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Graduate, Majors, & Minors
Humanities Prelaw & Interdisciplinary Studies Virtual Visit
Tuesday, April 19th
4:30 PM EST
Philosophy Virtual Visit
Tuesday, April 19th
5:00 PM EST
Global Studies in the Arts & Humanities Virtual Visit
wednesday, April 20th
7:30 PM EST
Virtual Visit Days
The goal of the MSU College of Arts & Letters is to offer you a high-quality liberal arts education for the 21st century. We educate actors, artists, designers, filmmakers, linguists, philosophers, poets, teachers, translators, writers. Our majors help to build, shape, and sustain the arts, culture and the humanities.
Minor in African American and African Studies
Minor in American Indian and Indigenous Studies
Minor in Art History and Visual Culture
Minor in Arts and Cultural Management
Minor in Classical and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
Minor in Comic Art and Graphic Novels
Minor in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities
Minor in Indian and South Asian Languages and Cultures
Minor in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Sexuality Studies
Minor in Popular Culture Studies
Minor in Russian and Eurasian Studies
Minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Meet Sean - An Internship in NYC
Meet Margo - Study Abroad in China
Meet Chantel - At New York Fashion Week
Meet Erin - Working at Tasty
Explore the Arts & Letters Difference
Travel the Globe
in green & WHite
turn the world into your classroom
the excel network
Your hub for Career services, study abroad/away,
and networking opportunities
Connect with Alumni
Service Learning & Research
Advising for Careers & Internships
Liberal arts majors have a variety of career options but may need help navigating through their interests and how their degrees apply to the workforce. The Excel Network created Career Communities to assist students with exploring career paths and connecting to opportunities to prepare them for the future.
Informed by industries and fields where College of Arts & Letters graduates work, each Career Community offers highlighted events, internship and career options, alumni spotlights, and experiential learning opportunities.
Visual Arts, Arts
& Performing Arts
Affairs, Law &
from backpack to briefcase
our students have interned at
The internship experience
Student Stories: Shannon Gillespie
Co-curricular program for high-achieving students
The Arts & Letters Citizen Scholars program is designed to prepare students for a lifetime of social justice, human rights, global awareness, and equity work in the arts and humanities by guiding them through intentional study to connect their academic work with the transforming experience of community engagement.
Aspire to be a Citizen Scholar
Students will build upon the strengths of an arts and humanities education, mobilizing their knowledge and skills to connect to the community and to the world.
Ready to Learn More?
We’re excited you’re interested in becoming a Spartan! Below are ways you can learn even more. If you have any questions in the meantime, don’t hesitate to contact us.