About School

The School of Humanities today enrolls more than 2,600 students with 300 staff and faculty; more than 70% of the faculty have Ph.D. degrees.

The School is a home for a wide range of humanities and social sciences creating a unique interdisciplinary environment for the exchange of ideas and discoveries. The School of Humanities includes departments of Philosophy; Social Sciences; World History, Archeology and Anthropology; Russian History and Archival Studies; Psychology, Theology and Religion Studies, Journalism and Publishing, and Advertising and Public Relations. This broad range of academic disciplines gathered in one institution gives our faculty and students exciting collaborative and creative opportunities for observing, analyzing, and addressing contemporary human challenges and social issues.

The School is proud of its long traditions and high standards of classical liberal education. The oldest department of the School, the Department of History, is preparing for its 95th anniversary.