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Four men hold court in a theatrical period performance. Two men wear white wigs and black robes, one standing and holding a book. One man sits "on the witness stand" alone.
A degree in Humanities provides a classic liberal arts education and prepares students for careers that require critical thinking, sensitivity, imagination, and oral and written communication skills.
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