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Humanities/Humanistic Studies

Humanities/Humanistic Studies
Lists containing Humanities/Humanistic Studies
The most popular Associates's degrees

Leading Humanities/Humanistic Studies Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
Nassau Community College   (1429 Associates degrees)
Thomas Edison State College   (713 Bachelors degrees)
Northern Virginia Community College   (548 Associates degrees)
Chaffey College   (538 Associates degrees)
Riverside City College   (508 Associates degrees)
Rockland Community College   (453 Associates degrees)
Mt. San Jacinto Community College District   (427 Associates degrees)
Santiago Canyon College   (375 Associates degrees)
SUNY Westchester Community College   (374 Associates degrees)
Palomar College   (327 Associates degrees)
San Joaquin Delta College   (309 Associates degrees)
Norco College   (303 Associates degrees)
Santa Barbara City College   (302 Associates degrees)
Cayuga County Community College   (283 Associates degrees)
Dutchess Community College   (252 Associates degrees)
Orange County Community College   (224 Associates degrees)
College of the Desert   (214 Associates degrees)
Onondaga Community College   (208 Associates degrees)
Erie Community College   (203 Associates degrees)
Moreno Valley College   (184 Associates degrees)
Adirondack Community College   (181 Associates degrees)
Moorpark College   (170 Associates degrees)
Grossmont College   (168 Associates degrees)
Jefferson Community College   (160 Associates degrees)
Niagara County Community College   (159 Associates degrees)
MiraCosta College   (141 Associates degrees)
San Diego City College   (140 Associates degrees)
Clinton Community College   (133 Associates degrees)
Washington State University   (132 Bachelors degrees)
De Anza College   (129 Associates degrees)
Humanities/Humanistic Studies Description

A program that focuses on combined studies and research in the humanities subjects as distinguished from the social and physical sciences, emphasizing languages, literatures, art, music, philosophy and religion.

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