About the English & Humanities Program
The English and Humanities program gives students an educational foundation for building a successful career or continuing their education through graduate studies. Students learn critical thinking as well as the oral and written communications skills that are in high demand for professionals in a wide variety of industries. English and humanities majors are found in business, politics, media, entertainment, education, law and more.
The English and Humanities department at Heritage provides much of the liberal arts core required courses including: English, communications, history, philosophy, religion, and music and dance. Students learn about world, gender, and cultural views, values, and experiences that build a foundation upon which they develop their own creative identities. This focus on multiculturalism is woven throughout the coursework in all areas of study.
What can I do with an English & Humanities degree from Heritage?
- Teaching English as a Foreign Language (Global Opportunities)
- Community and Public Relations Specialist
- Nonprofit Director
- Secondary Education
- English Instruction
- Community College English Instructor (Master's Level)
- Grant Writer
- Professional Fundraiser
- Education Consultant
English and Humanities Department
Associate of Arts
American Indian Studies, A.A.
Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, A.A.
Bachelor of Arts
American Cultural Studies, B.A.
American Indian Studies, B.A.
English/Language Arts (5-12 Credential), B.A.
Master of Arts
English (This program is also available online)