Arts and Humanities

Welcome to Arts and Humanities

Many Arts and Humanities courses serve the entire campus as General Education requirements or as requirements for disciplines outside the School of Arts and Humanities.


  • Art allows students to choose from four areas of concentration: Art History, Ceramics, General Art, and Painting and Drawing.
  • Communication offers Emphasis Areas in Applied Communication, Media Studies, Performance, Professional Writing, and Speech.
  • English offers concentrations in Creative Writing, Film Studies, and Literature.
  • Liberal Arts is a flexible, multidisciplinary degree.
  • Modern Languages allows students to do a Spanish or French emphasis or to study both languages equally.
  • Music majors select concentrations in instrumental or vocal music or Jazz Studies.
  • MA in English offers four concentrations: Literature, Children’s and Adolescent Literature, Rhetoric and Writing, and Creative Writing.
  • MFA in Creative Writing offers talented writers and students of literature an opportunity to study with faculty who are successful authors and teachers.
  • MFA is Debate & Communication offers a tailored program to develop debate teaching, coaching, research, and administration skills to an exemplary level through study under successful debate coaches and  scholars.

Contact the school of arts and humanities.

If you want to know more about the School of Arts and Humanities, our major programs of study and your career options, please contact us.


Main Office:  870-460-1078
Fax:   870-460-1961

Mailing Address

P O Box 3460
Monticello, AR 71656

Physical Address

School of Arts and Humanities
University of Arkansas at Monticello
562 University Drive - MCB 112


Dr. Steven Harper

Campus Life