Liberal Arts and Humanities

The mission of the Division of Liberal Arts and Humanities is to empower students to become global leaders in scholarship, research, performing arts, and service to humanity. The division is committed to producing graduates who are critical thinkers in pursuit of truth, beauty, spirituality, and social justice. Students are prepared to become competitive candidates in graduate and professional schools, to excel in their chosen careers, and to provide community leadership based upon humanistic values.

Faculty members in the division are committed to broadening their knowledge, scholarship, research, professional experiences, and methods of teaching.

The Division of Liberal Arts and Humanities offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program
in the following areas, as listed by department:

Minor programs are available in English, History, Music, Political Science, and Sociology. Courses are offered in Humanities and Spanish to satisfy general education requirements and the Holistic Learning module, Spanish as a second language. See the Department of Liberal and Religious Studies for a complete list of concentrations for a degree in Liberal Studies. For more information about the Division, please contact: Dr. Hasan Crockett Dean of Liberal Arts and Humanities (704) 216-6804

Criminal Justice
Dr. Latarcia Barnes (Ext. 6840)

English: Liberal Arts
English: Teacher Education
Dr. Tiffany Adams Chair and Associate Professor Department of English and Foreign Language (Ext. 6256)
Pilar Cabrera-Matthews, Spanish Coordinator (Ext. 6056)

History: Liberal Arts
Political Science
Social Studies: Teacher Education (7-12)
Dr. Hasan Crockett, Department Chair (Ext. 6804)
Dr. Wyndham Whynot, History Coordinator (Ext. 6600) 

Liberal Studies (2 Concentrations) Religious Studies Dr. Michael Ellis, Department Chair (Ext. 6261)

Music: Liberal Arts
Music: Teacher Education
Dr. DaVaughn Miller, Department Chair (Ext. 6322)

Music Scholarships

Piano Scholarship
String Scholarship
Vocal Scholarship