dave-killroy-headshotMessage from the Chair

I am delighted to welcome you to the Department of Humanities and Politics in the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences. On behalf of the faculty and staff in our department I invite you to learn more about our mission, accomplishments, and future plans.

The programs and courses in Department of Humanities and Politics are designed to engage you in our diverse, dynamic, and globalized world, and to encourage understanding and exploration of our humanity.  Our location, in the heart of the Americas, lends itself to an array of enriching cultural experiences and exciting academic and professional opportunities.  Steeped in the liberal arts tradition, we offer innovative and diverse interdisciplinary programs that emphasize critical thinking, reading, and writing. You will benefit from small class sizes taught by a team of dedicated, full-time faculty, who are committed to working with you inside and outside the classroom to ensure that your college experience is as full and rewarding as it can be.

Explore the Department of Humanities and Politics undergraduate and graduate offerings (see undergraduate and graduate pages). The department also offers a range of co-curricular opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students (see Student Opportunities page). Click to read the profiles of the faculty in the Department of Humanities and Politics (Faculty Profiles). 

I look forward to meeting with you and sharing in your successes at NSU.

David Kilroy, Ph.D.

Chair

Halmos College of Arts and Sciences

 

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