The intellectual environment for students of the humanities at Ithaca is inspiring. Dabble in literary modernism or explore Roman life through its material culture. Dissect the course of colonialism in Latin America or engage in a debate on Marxist philosophy.
At Ithaca, you'll find a number of writing labs, plenty of cocurricular interest groups, and accessible faculty to complement your studies in English, writing, legal studies, history, social studies, art, art history, philosophy, or religion.
- Art Education* (B.A.)
- Art History (B.A.)
- English (B.A.)
- English (teacher education)* (B.A.)
- History (B.A.)
- Legal Studies (B.A.)
- Philosophy (B.A.)
- Philosophy-Religion (B.A.)
- Social Studies (teacher education)* (B.A.)
- Writing (B.A.)
* Leads to initial New York State teacher certification