Professor of Choral/Vocal Music Education|Dean, School of Arts & Humanities


The School of Arts and Humanities presents an opportunity to study Art, English, English/Theatre, French, Geography, History, Liberal Studies, Music, Musical Theatre, Philosophy and Religion, Professional Communication, Spanish, and Theatre Arts.

All degrees

For a list of all Limestone University degrees, visit:

limestone.edu/degrees

Program Name Professor
Art Mr. Brett Schenning
English & Communications Dr. Brian Holcomb
Historical and Cultural Studies Dr. Karl Trybus
Interdisciplinary Studies Ms. Megan Anderson
Music Dr. Chip Hill, Program Coordinator
Theatre Dr. Tim Baxter-Ferguson

Minors are offered in Art, Christian Studies, English, History, Music, Professional Communication, and Theatre.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A)

Limestone is one of the few academic institutions in the area to offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA.)  The BFA provides the most intensive and rigorous theatre training programs available and offers the student a unique opportunity to hone their craft.  We are committed to the artistic development of both major and non-major students in the performing arts.

Associate of Arts (A.A.)

Many new professional opportunities require college preparation of a broad and extensive scope. A chance to design an academic program appropriate to a student’s special career or professional goal provided in the Liberal Studies program. Students learn from various courses of study, including mathematics, biological and physical sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Pursue your dreams, while preparing for numerous career paths in the theatre! A Theatre major develops performance and production skills including acting, directing, and design. Theatre Majors are students of writing and performance in the world of Theatre. Students take courses that develop a working knowledge of the History of Theatre, Contemporary Drama, and Playwriting.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The communications landscape of the 21st century is constantly changing, and those who enter the field of communications must be able to work in diverse environments with an ever-expanding toolbox of written, spoken, and visual skills. The B.A.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A)

The Musical Theatre BFA is an intensive performance-centered degree that prepares students for further training leading to professional performance opportunities.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

A Musical Theatre major provides students with performance and production skills including acting, singing, and advanced vocal techniques. Students gain knowledge of the fundamental elements of music, directing, and design. Coursework exposes students to vocal training, theatre history, and literature, acting and directing, playwriting, and design.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Education provides the proper training for a teaching career. Covering a wide range of disciplines, the course of study provides the future music educator with the knowledge, skills, understanding, and attitudes necessary for becoming a successful teacher of music.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The Limestone Department of Music, in accordance with the university's liberal arts philosophy and mission, provides a wide range of musical experiences and educational opportunities for students pursuing professional studies in music, liberal studies in music, and for students seeking personal enrichment through music.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Many new professional opportunities require college preparation of a broad and extensive scope. The Liberal Studies program offers students a chance to design an academic program appropriate to a student’s special career or professional goal. In this Bachelor of Arts degree, students learn from various courses of study with a focus on social sciences, arts, and humanities.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Many new professional opportunities require college preparation of a broad and extensive scope. A chance to design an academic program appropriate to a student’s special career or professional goal is provided in the Liberal Studies program.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Students interested in earning a degree in History also have the option of including a Pre-Law concentration in their studies. This program of study allows students to study History in conjunction with Criminal Justice in efforts to prepare students for a career in the legal field. 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The History program propels students into the dynamic history of the world. In addition to studying World Civilization, students progress through European, Non-Western, and American histories by delving into the narratives of each period.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

An English/Theatre major emphasizes traditional English skills such as writing, critical thinking, and literary analysis, as well as performance skills including acting, directing, and design. English/Theatre students become active members in both the English and Theatre departments.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Students who enjoy writing will thrive in the Writing Concentration. Writing students have the opportunity to study writing in all forms, both creative and professional.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

This program of study allows students to pursue studies in British, American, African-American, and Non-Western literature as well as studies in Drama. In addition to studies in literature, Creative Writing and Technical Writing courses allow students to construct a well-rounded curriculum that emphasizes the importance of communication in everyday life and in the workplace.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A)

The BFA in Design Management provides students with performance and production skills and gains a solid and thorough knowledge of production, design, and stage management.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The studio major concentrating in Graphic Design provides creative thinking and technical skills for a variety of career paths. This degree program offers a solid foundation for work toward graduate degrees and art-related vocations.  Related Occupations Many students begin careers as a web design coordinator, illustrator, print design coordinator, or freelance designer and publisher.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A)

The BFA in Performance provides students with performance and production skills and gain a solid and thorough knowledge of acting and directing.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Earning a Bachelor’s in Studio Arts from Limestone provides a solid foundation for real-world practices and graduate school preparation. Studio Art majors develop technical skills and their personal vision allowing them to find creative solutions to problems and further their dedication to art-making. Students may also elect to major in Studio Art with a concentration in Graphic Design.