The humanities course of study incorporates the central expressions of human values including language, literature, philosophy, and artistic culture.
Knowledge of humanities enables students to understand the present and the future from a historical perspective. Studying humanities from a
Christian worldview allows students to put what they learn into a Biblical perspective on life, career, and ministry. Students also develop
skills in critical and analytical thinking, reading and interpretation, and creative writing. These insights and skills provide a foundation
for careers in many different professions and for productive and rewarding lives as educated citizens.
Why choose Humanities at Clearwater Christian
- An enhanced universal perspective that encompasses foreign languages, modern religious issues, and introductions to philosophy and psychology
that are beneficial in today's global economy
- Comprehensive understanding of traditional liberal arts disciplines of history, literature, language, philosophy, Bible, fine arts, and
rhetoric (speech) that enable the student to appreciate economic issues from a knowledgeable, Christian perspective
- In-depth study of the past through a Biblical viewpoint that allows for proper interpretation of cultures, societies, and economies that
have developed into world leaders and societal trends of today and how they will effect the future
- Heavy emphasis upon critical reading, analytical thinking, and creative writing that will give Humanities students a solid foundation
upon which they can build a successful career path or ministry goal
- Knowledgeable faculty that help the student explore the career and ministry opportunities available to a Humanities graduate
While there are no additional admissions requirements, those enrolling in the Humanities major are expected to maintain a minimum of a C average
in their major classes. Humanities majors are also expected to possess a love for the arts, history, and literature in order to understand the
past and its influences on our present and future society.
Interesting Classes I Might Take
- Expository and Creative Writing
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Literature, History, and Communication Electives
What can I do with a major in Humanities?
- Public relations
- Writing, editing, publishing
- Interpreting and translating
- Embassy work
- and more