The School of Liberal Arts at Tulane encompasses the arts, humanities, and social sciences through sixteen departments and nineteen interdisciplinary programs as well as the Carroll Gallery, Shakespeare Festival, Summer Lyric Theatre, and the Middle American Research Institute. Our small classes allow students to be active learners directly engaged with their courses. With a broad array of majors, minors, Master’s and Ph.D. programs, students can choose to specialize in a wide number of fields, developing long-standing interests or discovering new passions. Engaged in the liberal arts, students not only learn key skills of writing, analysis and communication but come to understand better both themselves and the world beyond.
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Tulane School of Liberal Arts strives to build a global liberal arts curriculum and faculty, embraces our dual identity as research one university and liberal arts college, and forges a deeper relationship with New Orleans and the Gulf South. These pillars build upon Tulane’s distinctive academic strengths, provide leadership, and encourage students to remain in the city after graduation.
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