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College of Arts, Education, & Sciences
School of Humanities

enthusiastic teachers in classroom photo collageThe School of Humanities at ULM includes the programs of Communication, English, History, and World Languages.

The humanities or studia humanitatis are connected through their study of the human environment, its diverse heritage, traditions, and history. 

They explore how we communicate with each other and how our ideas and thoughts on the human experience are expressed and interpreted.

They help us think about and respond to the world and give us tools to examine and make sense of our lives. Focusing on the big questions, both contemporary and perennial, these disciplines engage students in civic life, locally and globally, while equipping them to face the challenges of  the future.

 Mission of the School of Humanities

The School of Humanities prepares students with skills in communicating, critical thinking, and problem solving; enables students to investigate themes in the history, language and literature of various cultures, as well as the nature of culture itself; fosters a supportive environment in which faculty and student scholars can flourish; and provides graduates with tools to excel as locally, regionally, and globally informed citizens and professionals.

Extracurricular Activities

Travel & study opportunities complement classrooms.

Learning Opportunities

Students learn through hands-on opportunities.



The "Write Place" & Language Learning Lab