The College of Arts & Humanities
Programs of Study
The College of Arts and Humanities comprises six departments which offer programs of study leading to baccalaureate and associate degrees as listed below:
Associate of Arts
Associate of Science
Bachelor of Arts
Communication with options in:
Cultural and Geospatial Studies
Foreign Language Education
Journalism with options in:
Social Studies Education
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music Education
In addition to the degree programs offered, the College of Arts and Humanities also offers minors in:
- Addictions (for Rehabilitation Science majors only)
- Aging (for Rehabilitation Science majors only)
- Child Welfare and Social Services (for Rehabilitation Science majors only)
- Corrections (for Rehabilitation Science majors only)
- Creative writing
- Criminal justice
- Disability Studies (for Rehabilitation Science majors only)
The college also supervises pre-professional curriculum in law and is extensively involved in the general education program.
Through these degree and pre-professional curricula, the departments in the College of Arts and Humanities prepare graduates for a variety of challenging and rewarding careers, either directly or via continued graduate or professional studies. These curricula are designed not only to develop theoretical and technical expertise in the fine arts, humanities, and social sciences, but also to nurture the ability to think clearly and express ideas persuasively. Through its general education commitment and elective offerings, the college’s faculty contributes to the broadening of the knowledge and experience of all graduates of Arkansas Tech University by promoting basic competence in communication skills, by fostering an appreciation and understanding of our cultural heritage and current world affairs, and by developing problem-solving techniques.
Applicability of transfer credit to meet specific degree requirements depends on the major selected by the transfer student. The transfer student should review the Transfer Credit policy in the Admission section of this catalog and meet with their academic advisor to determine final transfer credit eligibility for the selected program of study.