TWU’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences equips you to analyze, understand, and engage meaningfully with today’s world.

Through its many and diverse areas of study, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences provides multiple perspectives on the question, “What does it mean to be human?”

Studying the humanities and social sciences will help increase your understanding of the ideas, events, languages, social structures, religious beliefs, and processes that have shaped individuals and societies in the past and present. A degree from any area in the humanities and social sciences can help you change our world, not only through the knowledge gained from your studies, but also through the person you become as you engage with ideas and cultures past and present, local and global.

Important Dates & Events

Add/Drop Deadline

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Film Screening: She Has a Name.

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Final Tuition Payment Due

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Dr. Abby Day, Reader in Race, Faith and Culture

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Last Day Course Withdrawal

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Independent Study Week

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Meet the Faculty

Craig Allert, Ph.D.

Professor of Religious Studies and History
Director MA in Biblical Studies
Coordinator Christianity and Culture Program
Kelly Arbeau

Kelly Arbeau, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Craig Broyles, Ph.D.

Professor of Religious Studies

Silvia Brynjolfson

Sessional Instructor in Spanish