School of Design, Arts, and Humanities

Dean: Dr. Christina A. Clark

The School of Design, Arts, and Humanities supports the university’s objectives to provide a fundamental grounding in the liberal arts through programs of study in design, the fine and applied arts, and the humanities.

At the graduate level, the school offers programs in English and the humanities as well as interior design. The school also offers a graduate certificate in teaching English at the community college.

Nondegree Admission: Graduate nondegree admission, in programs which permit it, is limited to a total of nine (9) credits and two consecutive semesters in the School of Design, Arts, and Humanities. See individual program descriptions for further restrictions or requirements.