The College of Language & Letters is home to twelve majors and thirty minors in the areas of Languages, Literature, Composition, History, Geography, International Studies, Political Science, Humanities, and Philosophy. In addition to these disciplines' content, students develop writing, reasoning, speaking, and critical thinking skills that transfer to a wide range of careers and graduate school programs.
Our graduates find employment in diverse sectors and matriculate into all types of graduate and professional programs. More fundamentally, students in the College of Language and Letters develop a spirit of curiosity and an intellectual skillset that enables them to be lifelong learners, regardless of their education or career paths.
Six of our majors and ten minors prepare students to certify as teachers at the secondary level. Consistently high Praxis exam pass rates and praiseworthy student teaching evaluations lead our education majors to success finding employment and acceptance into graduate schools.