The Division of Humanities and Fine Arts consists of eleven disciplines: American studies, art; classical studies; communication, media and theatre; English; foreign languages; history; music; philosophy; religious studies; and women's and gender studies. Each of these disciplines has its own faculty and offers its own major program (except for American studies, classical studies, Japanese, and women's and gender studies). Taken as a whole the disciplinary offerings constitute an integral part of a liberal arts education and play a vital role in the intellectual, moral and personal development of our students. In addition to the major programs offered by individual disciplines, a divisional major is available for students seeking a broader range of courses in the Humanities and Fine Arts.
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The Killeen Chair uniquely serves the needs of St. Norbert College as an undergraduate Catholic institution of higher learning by underscoring the importance of theology and philosophy in a Catholic liberal arts education and highlighting the commitment of St. Norbert College to provide an education that is personally, intellectually, and spiritually challenging. The Killeen Chair enhances the religious and intellectual dimension of the College by investigating relationships between theology, philosophy, and other disciplines, and the special relationship of theology and philosophy to St. Norbert College's founding purpose. The programs sponsored by the Killeen Chair are designed to benefit not only students and faculty, but also the wider College community, the Diocese of Green Bay, and the general region of Northeastern Wisconsin.
2007-2008 Humanities & Fine Arts Program Requirements
2005-2007 Humanities & Fine Arts Program Requirements
2003-2005 Humanities & Fine Arts Program Requirements
2001-2003 Humanities & Fine Arts Program Requirements
Humanities & Fine Arts Course Descriptions
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