2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog

Humanities

Goal of the Humanities Minor:

The student taking a minor in Humanities is getting a really good broad liberal arts education. Humanities is the study of the arts and cultures of the world. Our basic courses, HUM 251 Humanities, HUM 252 Humanities, and HUM 253 Humanities, offer a rich and fulfilling study of the Western (European and American) tradition. HUM 254 Non-Western Humanities and other courses consider the artistic and cultural traditions of non-Western traditions. The other more specific courses (Art History, Music History, and Literary History for instance) strongly contribute to filling out the artistic and cultural knowledge of the student who chooses Humanities as a minor.

 

Humanities Minor

Students must use HUM 251, HUM 252, HUM 253, or HUM 254 to fulfill the Humanities portion of General Education. (6cr)

Select one of the following:3
Art History I
Art History II
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Theatre Arts
Theatre History, Criticism & Literature I
Age of Shakespeare
Select one of the following:3
Western Civilization I
Western Civilization II
US History to 1877
US History from 1877
Modernization of Early America
Political Philosophy
Existentialism
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Literature
Foundations in Brit Lit I
Foundations in Brit Lit II
Foundations in Am Lit I
Foundations in Am Lit II
Select one of the following:3
Music Appreciation
Music History and Literature I
Music History and Literature II
Approved electives from Art, ENGL, HIST, MUSC, PHIL, or THEA (6). Electives must be approved by the humanities coordinator.6
Total Hours21