You don’t believe in sayings like, “That’s just the way it is.” You perpetually ask why. You think outside the box in everything you do. You belong in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
At Indiana University Kokomo, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is the heart of our academic and intellectual life, providing education designed to prepare well-rounded, globally-minded citizens.
With seven academic departments within the School, you’re sure to find the perfect combination of a major, concentration, certificate, and minor to suit your interests and career aspirations while you deepen your intellectual understanding, broaden your horizons, and ask the tough questions.
If you’re ready to jump in and get started on a degree within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, let’s chat! Contact an admissions counselor today.
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- Certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- Certificate in Correctional Management and Supervision
- Certificate in Public Safety
- Certificate in Spanish
- Postbaccalaureate Certificate in New Media, Art, and Technology
- Graduate Certificate in Composition Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Literature
- Graduate Certificate in Language and Literature
- Graduate Certificate in Communication Studies
- Online Graduate Certificate in History
- Online Graduate Certificate in Political Science
- Art History
- Creative Writing
- English Literature
- Film Studies
- Individualized English Minor
- International Studies
- Irish Studies
- New Media, Art, and Technology
- Political Science
- Professional Writing
- Social Justice and Community Engagement
- Studio Art
13Bachelor's Degrees in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences
35Student Clubs and Organizations
A Lifetime of Success
NYC trip inspires museum studies career
A class trip to New York City changed Alyssa Pier’s life.
While walking through some of the world’s most respected museums, her career focus shifted from substance abuse counseling to museum studies.
“When we visited the Met and the Guggenheim, I knew this was it.Read Alyssa's story
Latino culture class influences senior’s art
After moving to Logansport from California as a toddler, Adrian Gazcon grew up feeling distanced from his family’s Latino roots.
He rediscovered his heritage, and combined it with his love of art, while earning his degree in New Media, Art, and Technology (NMAT) at Indiana University Kokomo.Meet Adrian Gazcon
Research knits together scholarship, interest
Research can be as interesting — and colorful — as a hand-dyed skein of yarn.
That’s what Erin Doss wants her students to learn from her example.
“Research doesn’t have to be stuffy,” said Doss, assistant professor of communication at Indiana University Kokomo.Learn more about her research