The Humanities and Fine Arts division offers a rich array of graduate programs, from master’s and doctoral degrees in humanistic disciplines to fine arts and specialist degrees in creative writing, music, studio art and theatre. The 175 faculty in this division regularly earn national and international accolades for their original research and creative work. Graduate students can expect to study with dedicated faculty mentors, who provide a range of stimulating course options, as well as innovative learning opportunities and professional guidance in their respective fields.

Humanities and Fine Arts Departments:

Art and Art History

English

Gender and Race Studies

Modern Languages and Classics

Music

Philosophy

Religious Studies

Theatre and Dance