If you’re interested in literature, philosophy, and writing—and want a college education but don’t feel like a four-year degree is right for you—then the associate degree in humanities at Michigan Tech is the perfect fit. Our two-year program will help you transition into the workforce or a continued university experience through a broad range of course work—classes in philosophy, communication, literature, visual and performing arts, linguistics, technology and rhetoric, science, math, and social sciences.
What You Need to Know About Humanities
- Pursue your passion by earning a certificate in writing, media, modern language, advanced modern language—French, German, or Spanish—or teaching English to speakers of other languages.
- Our progressive department demonstrates intellectual diversity with faculty who are regarded as excellent teachers. Here you’ll find faculty with new ideas, experience using cutting edge technology, and world-class scholarship.
- The radically renovated Humanities Digital Media Zone (HDMZ) is your dedicated computer lab, language resource, and media production facility.
- Collaborate with other students on reading, writing, and oral presentations in our Multiliteracies Center.