“MMUF is singular in the depth of its commitment to research in the humanities and humanistic social sciences, and in its robust support of scholars that stretches from the undergraduate years to the early years in the professoriate.”

~ Lee Bynum, Associate Director of MMUF, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Fields of Study

College of Arts & Sciences

Africana Studies
Anthropology/Archaeology
American Studies
Chicana and Chicano Studies
English & Literature
Foreign Languages and Literatures; Classics
Geography
History
Latin American Studies
Linguistics
Communications (Media Studies)
Philosophy
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese
Women’s Studies

College of Fine Arts

Art History
Cinematic Arts
Music and Ethnomusicology
Theatre (Performance Studies)

University College

Bachelor of Liberal Arts*
Native American Studies
Bachelor of Integrative Studies*

Honors College

BA in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts*

Multiple Colleges

Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media

*Students pursuing interdisciplinary degrees may be eligible if a core discipline is an included field and the Mellon Foundation approves the course of study in advance.