Ateneo School of Humanities

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Ateneo de Manila University
School of Humanities
Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila
Paaralan ng mga Humanidades
Established 2000
Type Roman Catholic
Dean Ma. Luz C. Vilches, M.A. Ph.D.
Location Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Flag of the Philippines.svg
Website http://soh.ateneo.edu

The Ateneo de Manila School of Humanities is one of the four Loyola Schools of the Ateneo de Manila University.

History[edit]

Deans of the Ateneo School of Humanities
Dr. Leovino Ma. García 2000-2007
Dr. Benilda Santos[1] 2007-2008
Dr. Ma. Luz Vilches 2008–present

In 2000, the School of Arts and Sciences of the university, which comprises the College and the Graduate School, restructured into the four Loyola Schools of Humanities, Management, Science and Engineering, and Social Sciences. The School of Humanities offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities. The first dean of the school was Dr. Leovino Ma. García of the Department of Philosophy, who also served as the first lay dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Benilda S. Santos, a professor of Filipino led the school as the acting dean, followed by Dr. Ma. Luz C. Vilches, an associate professor of English, the incumbent dean of the school.

Academic Departments and Programs[edit]

The building housing the School of Humanities was named after the eminent Filipino Jesuit Fr. Horacio de la Costa, S.J.

English[edit]

[2]

  • Bachelor of Arts in Literature (AB LIT-ENG)
  • Minor in Literature (English)
  • Master of Arts in Literary/Cultural Studies (MA LCS)
  • Master of Arts in English Language and Literature Teaching (MA ELLT)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in English Language and Literature (PhD ELL)

Filipino[edit]

[3][4]

  • Master of Arts in Filipino Language and Literature
  • Minor in Filipino Literature
  • Master of Arts in Literature (MA Lit-Fil)

Interdisciplinary Studies[edit]

[5]

  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Interdisciplinary Studies (AB IS)
  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Humanities (AB HUM)
  • Minor in Music Literature

Modern Languages[edit]

[6]

  • Minor in French Studies
  • Minor in German Studies
  • Minor in Hispanic Studies

Philosophy[edit]

[7]

  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Philosophy (AB PH)
  • Bachelor of Arts Major in Pre-Divinity (AB PRE-DIV)
  • Master of Arts in Philosophy
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Philosophy
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy

Theology[edit]

[8]

  • Master of Arts in Theological Studies
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Theology

Fine Arts Program[edit]

[9]

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Management (BFA AM)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (BFA CW)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Information Design (BFA ID)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Arts (BFA TA)



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