Eiffel Tower, Chichen Itza, Rodin's "Thinking Man", Socrates

Humanities Overview

The Humanities department houses courses in Humanities, Philosophy, Literature, and Foreign Languages: French and Spanish.

 
"When a person studies the mechanics of internal combustion engines, the intended result is that he should be better able to understand, design, build, or repair such engines, and sometimes he should be better able to find employment because of his skills, and thus better his life. When a person studies the humanities, the intended result is that he should be better able to understand, design, build, or repair a life --- for living is a vocation we all have in common despite our differences. The humanities provide us with opportunities to become more capable in thought, judgment, communication, appreciation, and action."
                                                              - Edwin Delattre