College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Express Yourself

At the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Wilkes, you will explore ideas and the world around you—and learn about yourself in the process.

Areas of Study

Discover Your Talents

Whether your dream is to perform on stage, graphic design, or create video games, Wilkes arts programs give you the room to grow and faculty that can help you reach your potential.

Performing Arts

Integrative Media, Art & Design

Tell Your Story

Study the classics, learn the craft of the written word, and communicate to inform, persuade or inspire by studying the humanities. 

English

Communication Studies

Change the World

Study politics and law, learn to harness the power of the brain, challenge societal norms, and gain an international perspective in the social sciences.

Behavioral & Social Sciences

Global Cultures: History, Languages & Philosophy

What Defines Us

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Flexible Curriculum

Flexible Curriculum

Our majors and minors can be combined in ways to best match your career goals.

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Engaging Faculty

Engaging Faculty

Small class sizes ensure one-on-one interaction with our expert faculty. They will know you, your goals and your challenges—and will be available to help you succeed.

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Travel Experiences

Travel Experiences

Travel abroad experiences are available and encouraged as a rich part of a liberal arts education.

[The faculty are] more than just professors. They’re friends, mentors and figures you can look up to while pursuing your degree. I will never ever forget their wisdom, words and support.

Kaitlyn McLaughlin '21 - Psychology major, Sociology minor | Behavioral Health Technician, Children’s Service Center

Recent Stories & Successes

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See You in Court

Pre-law student Sydney Cogswell explores the inside of a courtroom and the jungles of Costa Rica.

Wilkes University junior Juan Astegiano

Wilkes Student Receives Recognition from Model UN

Wilkes University junior Juan Astegiano received the Outstanding Position Paper award from the 2020 Model United Nations Committee in New York, the first Wilkes student to receive win this honor.

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