Why humanities? Our increasingly technical and scientific world is transforming rapidly, requiring people who can adapt quickly, possess strong communication skills, think creatively and critically; people who are multilingual, with a broad cultural base, and embrace lifelong learning. Studying humanities at a technological university, you will be well-positioned to address these challenges and create the future.
Communication, Culture, and Media—BA
Learn the ways media, communication, and technology function in contemporary culture and daily life. Communication, Culture, and Media (CCM) students combine theoretical knowledge with practical skills in writing, speaking, and digital media to understand media and culture and to advocate for cultural diversity and social justice.
Study Anglophone literature and creative writing in its many forms: textual, visual, cinematic, dramatic and theatrical, oral, digital, and multimedia. Our English bachelors degree students read, interpret, communicate, and think critically with their knowledge of literary history, criticism, and theory.
Scientific and Technical Communication—BA, BS
Study communication in its various forms: oral, written, print, video, web, and digital. A core emphasis in a science, technical, or business field, prepares our Scientific and Technical Communication (STC) graduates to communicate scientific and technical information for both specialized and general audiences.
Add Value To Your Degree
Choose from eight minors to add to your degree. Among them is the Modern Languages minor encompassing French, Spanish, and German languages.
Modern Languages Minor
Michigan Tech students study French, German, or Spanish language and culture to satisfy general education credit, as well as fulfill requirements for a minor or international minor. The Modern Languages Minor program also offers cultural events and opportunities for study abroad.