College of Arts & HumanitiesPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/carts/
The College of Arts & Humanities offers more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs. The college is home to much of the university’s general education curriculum. It is also a destination for more than 2,500 students seeking degrees and rewarding careers in a wide variety of fields. The disciplines of the college focus on critical thinking, ethics, creativity, languages, writing, performance and communication.
The faculty and staff of the college welcome your questions. For more information, contact one of our academic advisors, the Dean’s Office, or any of the more than 100 faculty members in the college.
Thanks to a gift from the Andreas family the Nadine B. Andreas Endowment brings live educational experiences to the entire community.
"To promote student and faculty development in the College of Arts and Humanities, and to bring to campus cultural events that enrich the Mankato community."
College of Arts & Humanities faculty have won many awards for exceptional contributions to the campus community. Awards include the Distinguished Faculty Award and the Douglas Moore Lecturer award. This section honors our award-winning faculty and their achievements.
Art | Communication Studies | English | Mass Media | Music | Philosophy | Theatre & Dance | World Languages & Cultures | Humanities | Liberal Studies (AA Degree) | Interdisciplinary Studies | Scandinavian Studies