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Humanities Building, c. 1958

First Floor

KUMD 103.3 FM Radio Station

100,000-Watt voice of UMD that offers a variety of excellent opportunities for student volunteers and interns.

Second Floor

Department of Music

Faculty studios, the Music Department main office, an organ practice room, and classrooms are located here. Music ensembles rehearse in Marshall Performing Arts Center 1 and in Singer Hall (in Weber Music Hall).

Third Floor

Department of Art and Design

Offers programs in studio art in both traditional and digital media, graphic design, art education and art history. The department offers minors in art, photography, art history and arts in media, as well as liberal education courses for non-majors. The department also offers a Master of Fine Arts degree graduate program in Graphic Design.

Fourth Floor

Department of Writing Studies

Offers a major in Writing Studies with tracks in Journalism and Professional Writing. It also offers four minors: Information Design, Linguistics, Journalism, and Professional Writing. The Department is also responsible for providing the College Writing course for all first-year students, and an upper-division Advanced Writing course specialized to fit the student's major.

Department of English

Offers programs of study in British, American, and World literatures, and in creative writing. Majors choose one of three tracks: liberal arts; literature, language and culture; or pre-graduate study. The department also offers a teacher education program leading to state licensure for the teaching of English in the public schools of Minnesota.

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Offers Liberal Arts majors in Spanish and German Studies, as well as minors in French, German Studies and Spanish. Study abroad is encouraged and counts towards the student's major and minor.

Department of Women's Studies

Offers an interdisciplinary major and minor, with courses focusing on the study of women's lives, experiences and expression around the world.

Master of Liberal Studies Offices

Offers a graduate program in which students largely design their own course of study under a graduate advisor.

  • Non music majors are welcome to take lessons on an instrument or in voice.

Next Location

As you walk through the Humanities Building, A.B. Anderson Hall will be on your left.

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  6. Swenson Science Building
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  10. Residence Dining Center
  11. Housing
  12. Health Services
  13. Kirby Plaza
  14. Bohannon Hall
  15. Montague Hall
  16. Endazi-gikinoo'amaading
  17. Labovitz School of Business and Economics
  18. Library
  19. Swenson Civil Engineering Building
  20. Voss-Kovach Hall
  21. Engineering Building
  22. Visualization & Digital Imaging Lab
  23. Marshall Performing Arts Center
  24. Sports and Health Center
  25. Weber Music Hall
  26. Humanities Building
  27. A.B. Anderson Hall
  28. Tweed Museum of Art
  29. Cina Hall
  30. Chester Park
  31. Other Points of Interest


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