Look through the variety of humanities courses being offered during the Spring 2024 semester.
Fields of Study in the Humanities
Humanities departments at Case Western Reserve University include the Departments of Art History, Classics, Dance, English, History, Modern Languages and Literatures, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies and Theater.
Humanities majors and minors at Case Western Reserve University include Africa and African American Studies, Art Studio, American Studies, Asian Studies, Creative Writing, Ethics,Ethnic Studies, Film Studies, History and Philosophy of Science, International Studies, Judaic Studies, Social Justice, Teacher Licensure, Women’s and Gender Studies and World Literature.
Language majors and minors at the university include Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian and Spanish.
Baker-Nord Scholars Program
The mission of the Baker-Nord Scholars program is to help humanities students identify their academic passions and pursue their life goals by integrating incoming students into the life of the humanities community at CWRU. The program offers our scholars the experience of a small liberal arts college within the setting of a world-class research university. It is intended to supplement their experiences within the department of their future major and to foster interdisciplinary connections across the campus and the community.
The mission on Humanities@Work is to connect Case Western Reserve University humanities students with corporate, government, nonprofit, and other partners through community discussions, networking events and paid career opportunities. Humanities@Work is a nationally recognized initiative which the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities began in 2016 in collaboration with Postgraduate Planning and Experiential Education, the Office of Corporate Relations, and the Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences.
For additional information about undergraduate programming, please visit humanities.case.edu.
As part of the Humanities@Work program, the Baker-Nord Center for Humanities and the Career Center have partnered with local organizations to create micro-internship projects for CWRU Humanities students.
As part of the Humanities@Work program, the Baker-Nord Center for Humanities is seeking applications from undergraduate CWRU students with a declared humanities major to fill four summer internship positions. Interns will be expected to commit 20 hours a week for a ten week period. Each intern will be paid a $3,500 stipend.