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Humanities and Cultural Studies, BA

Figuring out how to get your bachelor’s degree can be a full-time job. Especially when you already have a full-time job. We make it easy. Our Adult Degree Completion Program is your solution to completing a competitive bachelor's degree while meeting your family and career responsibilities.


Our Humanities and Cultural Studies major offers you an opportunity to critically examine the significance of global issues, culture, ethics and values, and to explore the fundamental ideas and questions that have guided humankind and shaped the world throughout the centuries.

Based on a classical education model, our program brings together courses in art, art history, history, literature, music, philosophy, religion and cultural studies, while inviting you to choose a concentration and gain depth in that particular area.

Interested in hearing about the experiences of current Humanities and Cultural Studies students? Watch a video.

Apply now for Fall 2015!


Program Highlights

Pathways Student Leona

I never had a chance to go to college. I chose Dominican because I wanted to get the highest quality education possible.

—Leona George-Davidson, '14


Possible Career Paths

  • Newspaper Columnist
  • Grant Writer
  • High School Teacher
  • Creative Director
  • Publishing Executive
  • Historian



  • Teacher Preparation (K-12)
  • Social and Cultural Studies
  • Art and Art History
  • Philosophy and Religion
  • Environment, Culture and Sustainability
  • Literature and Creative Writing
  • Women and Gender Studies  
  • History


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San Rafael is located 12 miles north of San Francisco.

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