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Humanities Division

Part of being a faithful follower of Christ is understanding people. That way, we can meet their needs and reach their hearts. The Humanities Division at Cornerstone University is dedicated to discovering the intricacies of human language, philosophy and history. A degree in humanities will take you beyond where you’ve ever dreamed—you’ll encounter people in a new way and experience God’s goodness at every turn.

Real-World Experience

Each Humanities Division student at Cornerstone participates in an internship or practicum for credit. This gives them hands-on experience in their field before they even graduate. Here are where some of our students intern:

  • Baker Publishing.
  • Women at Risk, International.
  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
  • Kent County Literary Council.

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Launch Your Career

Graduates from the Humanities Division pursue many different careers in fields such as history, publishing, creative writing and more. Here are where some of our graduates start their careers:

  • Our Daily Bread Ministries.
  • Kent District Library.
  • Excel Charter Academy.
  • MLive Media Group.
  • Living Waters Ministry.

Cornerstone provided me with an amazing opportunity to learn from professors who care both about my education and about the person that I am becoming.

Henry Townsend (’19)


Of Humanities Divison students from the class of 2019 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.


Of students participate in internship or practicum experiences.


Student-to-faculty ratio with an average class size of 22 so you have the dedicated attention and support of your professors.


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