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College of Arts and Humanities

Preparing for every future.

Make your own way. Tell your own story.

The College of Arts and Humanities advances the mission of Lindenwood University by offering students high-quality academic, creative, and experiential programs to succeed in their careers and lives.

Join us and engage with world-class scholars, writers, designers, and visual and performing artists in state-of-the-art facilities. You’ll get a personalized experience and build lasting professional relationships, as you develop highly valued power skills, such as critical thinking, creativity, effective communication, and empathy. Explore and showcase your talents while crafting a successful and meaningful future.

Explore our Programs

Explore the majors, minors, and certificates offered by the College of Arts and Humanities at Lindenwood University.


Art, Design, and Media



Art History and Visual Culture



Human Culture and Society



Modern Languages

Multidisciplinary Studies

Performing Arts




Arts and Humanities in the REAL World

Discover What Employers Value

Eighty-one percent of respondents said they regularly use at least one humanities-related skill in the workplace.

Elizabeth Redden
"Survey on American Attitudes on the Humanities"
Inside Higher Ed

There is an enormous part of the economy hungry for graduates with skills in analysis and communications -- skills students are honoring as they conduct close readings of texts, persuade their classmates in seminars and hone the style and structure of papers.

Paul Fain
"Philosophy Degrees and Sales Jobs"
Inside Higher Ed

AAC&U's employer surveys confirm, year after year, that the skills employers value most in the new graduates they hire are not technical, job-specific skills, but written and oral communication, problem solving, and critical thinking— exactly the sort of "soft skills" humanities majors tend to excel in.

Wilson Peden 
"Why critics are wrong about liberal arts degrees"

Let's not forget what Steve Jobs said as recently as the iPad 2 launch: "It's in Apple's DNA that technology alone is not enough. That it's technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our hearts sing."

Tracy Carlson
"Humanities and business go hand in hand"
Boston Globe

It's no accident that many of our future medical school students attended liberal arts colleges. We look for students who are curious about and have an understanding of humanity, our history, our present and our future. An education that blends art and science not only helps them become great physicians who care about patients, but also helps them become exceptional citizens of the world. 

Kathleen Franco, M.D. 
"Boost Medical School Prep With Undergrad Courses in Other Fields"
U.S. News

80% of employers believe "that all students need a strong foundation in the liberal arts [humanities] and sciences"

Lynn Pasquerella 
"Yes, Employers Do Value Liberal Arts Degrees"
Harvard Business Review

"Even STEM-centric jobs require basic writing skills: for example, it's the second most-requested professional skill for engineering and IT occupations. However, many employers find graduates lacking in this area."

"Humanities and Social Science majors please apply"
Pearson 2019

Arts and Humanities Social Media

College of Arts and Humanities

Pas Selected for Curt. C. and Else Silberman Faculty Seminar

Dr. Justine Pas, professor of English and faculty advisor for Lindenwood’s Honors Academy, was selected to participate in the 2021 Curt C. and Else Silberman Faculty Seminar.

College of Arts and Humanities

Art Students Create Dunkin’ Donuts Mural

This semester, two Lindenwood University students painted a mural in the St. Charles Dunkin’ Donuts located on S. Fifth Street. The piece showcases the history and beauty of Lindenwood and St. Charles while representing the supreme talent of Lindenwood’s art programs.

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