Majors, Minors, and Graduate Programs

 

Twenty-one majors. Twenty-one minors. Two masters programs. The College of Liberal Arts is Benedictine's number one destination for students seeking innovative coursework in a wide array of humanities and social sciences disciplines. Our programs of study are designed to nurture budding artists, writers, and musicians; provoke reflection and debate; and encourage students to become active, responsible citizens of the world. Explore what a major, minor, or graduate degree in Benedictine's College of Liberal Arts can do for you.

 
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Majors and Graduate Programs in the College of Liberal Arts

Bilingual Journalism

Clinical Psychology (M.S. degree)

Communication Arts

Criminal Justice

English Language & Literature

Fine Arts

Graphic Arts and Design

Global Studies

History

International Studies

Linguistics (M.A. degree)

Medical Humanities

Music

Music Education

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology

Social Science

Sociology

Spanish

Studio Art

Theology

Writing and Publishing



Minors in the College of Liberal Arts

Including several innovative interdisciplinary programs of study, the College's wide range of minors allows students from across the University to broaden their educational experience. Whether seeking to supplement a chosen major or pursue interests not closely related to a primary area of study, Benedictine students will find exciting opportunities in the College of Liberal Arts.

Anthropology

Chinese

Communication Arts

English Language & Literature

Film Studies

Fine Arts

Gender Studies

Global Studies

History

International Studies

Latin American Studies

Life Span Services

Music

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Social Work

Spanish

Theology