Arts & Humanities Degrees

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Arts & Humanities Degrees

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Kirkwood's Arts and Humanities programs not only provide easy opportunities to transfer to a four-year school, but also offer incredible educational experiences.

Explore community and world cultures through art, music, philosophy, film history, religion, anthropology, theatre, and world languages. Learn a new language and develop critical and creative thinking skills.

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Anthropology & Cultural Studies

Our Anthropology and Cultural Studies interest area focuses on a wide range of regions and people, including Latin America, Japan, China, the Mideast, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Art

Learn what it takes to be in the middle of exciting local and world events, telling stories that matter.

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Digital Arts

Our full-featured program includes photography, studio lighting, production, design, entrepreneurship, and more.

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Humanities

Study how people process and document human cultures and experiences, including music, art, religion, and more.

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Music

Give your talent the spotlight it deserves in Kirkwood’s music program.  

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Theatre

Raise the curtain! Take a starring role, serve as a stage manager, or be the lighting designer.

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Philosophy

What is the meaning of life? What happens when we die? Great conversations about meaningful topics.

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Religious Studies

Studying religious traditions can provide a new sense of understanding and respect for others.

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World Languages

A broad depth in world languages allows you to travel, work, and communicate with people across the globe.

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Kirkwood Student Elise Wuthrich

“Kirkwood makes it easy to get involved. The more involved you are, the more you surround yourself with good people who keep you motivated to study and do your work, the better your experience will be.”

Elise Wuthrich,
Bloomfield, Iowa


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Arts & Humanities
2092 Cedar Hall
319-398-4913
arts@kirkwood.edu

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