Interdisciplinary Humanities, B.A.
The Bachelor of Art in Interdisciplinary Humanities is a unique major that allows students to design a program of study from art, English, history, languages and literature, music, philosophy, religious studies, and more to create a solid foundation of knowledge and critical thinking.
As a humanities major, you will receive a broad, liberal arts-based education, suitable for a wide variety of careers. Many students go on to pursue studies in graduate programs and careers in education. Holy Family University graduates have found success in fields as diverse as Business, Law, Human Resources, and Publishing.
- Degree Awarded
- Bachelor of Arts
- Program Type
- Program Location
- Main Campus - Northeast Philadelphia
History, B.A. UG
Students pursuing the BA in History study the growth and development of human society from political, social, economic, and cultural perspectives. Students learn to make decisions about what to investigate, whom to believe, what happened first, and critical thinking.
English, B.A. UG
The English major fosters skills in critical analysis, independent thinking, creativity, research, and writing. Students take core courses in literary analysis, literary history, language, creative writing, and focused research.
Philosophy, Minor UG
The minor in Philosophy provides students with the opportunity to enhance their education with a firm grounding in the practice of analysis and critical thinking characterized by the careful exploration of philosophical concepts.
Religious Studies, B.A. UG
A degree in Religious Studies provides students with an opportunity to enhance their undergraduate degree, whether their major is in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities. Students specialize in one religious tradition and have the opportunity to study religion from a variety of perspectives.