Studying the Humanities at a university with a technology focus will provide you a singular and valuable experience for today’s world. As a Humanities major at IIT, you will study history, philosophy, communications, literature, art and architectural history, or language, and examine human problems and issues as they intersect with technology.
Rapid technological advances affect our way of life and challenge our ethics. The benefit of studying humanities at IIT is that you will encounter fellow students in the human sciences, the natural sciences, engineering, and architecture who are thinking about technological problems in new ways. As technological advancements proceed at a rapid pace and change the relationship of individuals to their world, you will need more humanistic knowledge to meet the challenges and potential disruptions this change presents, from the local to the global setting. Your classes with humanities professors will provide you with invaluable insight into the human experience that will prepare you to enter the workforce and make a difference for the future.
Program at a glance
Within this major, you can choose concentrations in history, philosophy, communication, literature, or linguistics. You also have the option of earning minor in a non-humanities area of your choosing.
General Education (47 hours)
Major Coursework (33 hours)
Minor/Second Major/Free Electives (46 hours)
You will also participate in an, unique to IIT’s curriculum.
- Social Networks
- Gender and Technological Change
- Digital Game Theory
- The City in World History
- Science and Values
- Humanizing Technology
- Technology and Social Change
- Intercultural Communication
- Talking Animals, Robots and Zombies
- Philosophy of Law
The Bachelor of Science in Humanities is an interdisciplinary degree in which you will learn critical skills in reading, writing, and empirical research and analysis. You will be prepared for careers in many fields including:
- Technical and digital communications
- Data analysis
- Public or government service
- Communications and marketing
- Writing, journalism, or social media production
- Research and archiving
Get in touch: For more information contact Professor Greg Pulliam at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 312.567.3465.
Apply: To get started on your application visit undergraduate admissions.