Division of Humanities
Humanities professors at JU know how to connect with students, too. In small class settings, students are encouraged to explore, question, and analyze. Service-learning, internships, and study abroad opportunities also connect students to real-world experiences and provide invaluable lessons for life.
- The Humanities major provides a strong liberal arts education, which is the foundation for success in a number of fields ranging from law, education, and journalism to medicine and the corporate realm.
- All Humanities courses meet the requirements of the Core Curriculum. Note: ENGL 103 and a course fulfilling the English/literature core curriculum requirement are prerequisites for all HUM-prefix courses.
- Study abroad and domestic travel-based courses are periodically offered during spring and/or summer terms. Past offerings have involved travel-based study in locations such as England, Italy & Greece, Austria, Switzerland & Germany, and New York City.
Contacts For additional information, call or e-mail us:
Dr. Carole C. Barnett (Professor of Humanities)
Office: Council 115
Phone: (904) 256-7382
Dr. Joana Owens (Professor of Humanities)
Office: Council 129
Phone: (904) 256-7942