The College of Humanities and Sciences includes three schools of study: the School of Humanities, the School of Natural Sciences, and the School of Social Sciences.
School of Humanities
The School of Humanities is comprised of three departments: English, Modern Foreign Languages, and Communication & Media Studies. Our robust curricula provides the best of what liberal arts and humanities has to offer as well as professional development activities for our students. Our distinctive learning experiences include study abroad experiences, an award-winning Speech and Debate team, Cru Films, Deaf Awareness events, literary festivals and workshops, distinguished speakers, and service to our communities.
The School of Humanities also offers three multidisciplinary minors which provide extra resources, training, and learning opportunities for almost any major at UMHB. The Writing minor caters to students who value written communication as a vital component to their professional goals. The Classical Humanities minor accommodates students who are interested in graduate or professional schools. The Applied Humanities minor engages students who desire to work/study abroad or desire to expand their global perspectives.
School of Natural Sciences
The School of Natural Sciences is comprised of the Department of Biology; the Department of Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Geology; the Department of Computer Science, Engineering and Physics; and the Department of Mathematics. Together, these departments provide quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs through robust curricula.
The goal of the school is to create a vibrant, innovative environment where students can flourish. Our professors are committed to helping students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, maintaining significant student-faculty interactions, and providing professional development opportunities through research and internships. Our distinctive learning experiences include study abroad experiences, a variety of student clubs and honor societies, STEM-related workshops and distinguished speakers, and service to our communities.
Dr. Jacky Dumas, Interim Dean
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Page last updated September 28, 2018