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Area IV. Humanities/Fine Arts

Students must complete five to eleven semester hours. One course must meet the literature requirement. Courses meeting the literature requirement are marked by an asterisk (*). Courses DAN 3144, DAN 3145, and DAN 3146 (the dance series) are marked by a pound sign (#) to indicate that they have a credit limit and only one course will earn credit toward meeting the liberal studies requirement.

 

AFA

2000W

Introduction to the Afro-American Experience (3)

AML

2010W

American Authors to 1975 (3)

AML

2600yW

Introduction to African-American Literature (3)

AML

3041W

American Authors Since 1875 (3)

AML

3311W

Major Figures in American Literature (3)

AML

3630yW

Latino/a Literature in English (3)

AML

3682yW

American Multi-Ethnic Literature (3)

AMS

3310W

Changing Concepts of the American Character (3)

AMS

3810W

The Life of the Mind in America (3)

ARH

2000W

Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision (3)

ARH

2090xW

Great Discoveries in World Archeology (3)

ARH

3056W

History and Criticism of Art I (3)

ARH

3057W

History and Criticism of Art II (3)

ARH

3130W

Survey of Greek Art and Archaeology (3)

ARH

3150W

Art and Archaeology of Ancient Italy (3)

ARH

3530xW

The Arts of Asia (3)

ART

2003CW

Survey of Studio Art Practices (3)

*CLA

2010W

Introduction to Greek and Roman Civilization (3)

*CLA

2110W

The Greek Way: Introduction to Greek Civilization (3)

*CLA

2123W

The Roman Way: Introduction to Roman Civilization (3)

CLA

2810W

Discovery of Nature: Ancient Science (3)

CLA

3012yW

Homosexuality in Antiquity (3)

*CLA

3501yW

Gender and Society in Ancient Greece (3)

CLA

3502yW

Women, Children, and Slaves in Ancient Rome: The Roman Family (3)

CLT

2044W

Word Building: Greek and Latin Elements in the English Vocabulary (3)

*CLT

3370W

Classical Mythology (3)

*CLT

3378xW

Ancient Mythology, East and West (3)

CLT

3510yW

The Ancient World in Film (3)

DAN

2100W

Introduction to History and Appreciation of Dance (3)

#DAN

3144W

History and Philosophy of Dance (3)


or

 

DAN

3145W

History and Philosophy of Dance (3)


or

 

#DAN

3146W

History and Philosophy of Dance (3)

DAN

3185yW

African-American Dance in American Culture (3)

ENG

3310W

Film Genres (3)

ENG

3600

Hollywood Cinema (3)

*ENL

2012W

British Authors: Beginnings to 1790 (3)

*ENL

2022W

British Authors: Early Romantics to the Present (3)

*ENL

3334W

Introduction to Shakespeare (3)

FIL

2001

Introduction to Film (3)

*FOW

3240yW

Literature and Sexuality (3)

FRT

3520r

French Cinema (3)

FRT

3561yW

French Women Writers (3)

GET

3130yW

Masterpieces of German Literature in Translation: 19th and 20th Centuries (3)

GET

3524rW

German Cinema (3)

HPS

3320W

Screening the Scientific Life: Cinema and the Cultural Image of Science (3)

*HUM

2210W

Humanities: Pre-History to Late Antiquity (3)

*HUM

2235W

Humanities: From the Renaissance to the Enlightenment (3)

*HUM

2250W

Humanities: Eighteenth-Century Romanticism to Postmodernism (3)

HUM

2937rW

Humanities Honor Seminar (3) (for honors students only.)

HUM

3321yW

Multicultural Dimensions of Film and 20th-Century Culture (3)

*HUM

3324xW

Cultural Imperialism (3)

*HUM

3800W

Humanities: Principles of Criticism and Appreciation (3)

*ITT

3430W

Masterpieces of Italian Literature in Translation (3)

*ITT

3500W

Italian Culture and Civilization: From Origins to the Age of Romanticism (3)

*ITT

3501yW

Modern Italian Culture: From the Unification to the Present (3)

*ITT

3520yW

The Italian-American Experience in Literature and Film (3)

ITT

3523rW

Italian Cinema (3)

JPT

3391zW

Japanese Film and Culture (3)

*LIT

2010W

Introduction to Fiction (3)

*LIT

2020W

Introduction to the Short Story (3)

*LIT

2030W

Introduction to Poetry (3)

*LIT

2081W

Contemporary Literature (3)

*LIT

2230xW

Introduction to Global Literature in English (3)

*LIT

3043W

Modern Drama (3)

*LIT

3383yW

Women in Literature (3)

MUH

2011W

Introduction to Music History – Music Appreciation: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (3)

MUH

2012W

Music in Western Culture: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (3)

MUH

2019y

Modern Popular Music (3)

MUH

2051xW

Music Cultures of the World: Music of Tribal and Folk Cultures (3)

MUH

3053yW

American Roots Music (3)

MUH

3211W

Survey of Music History: Antiquity to 1750 (3)

MUH

3212W

Survey of Music History: 1750 to the Present (3)

MUL

2110

Survey of Music Literature (2)

MUN

XXXX

Any undergraduate music ensemble with the prefix MUN. Credit toward the liberal studies requirement is limited to one semester hour in each ensemble course.

MUT

1001

Fundamentals of Music Theory (3)

MUT

1011

Music Theory for the Non-Music Major (3)

PHH

3130W

Plato and His Predecessors (3)

PHH

3140W

Aristotle to Augustine (3)

PHH

3400W

Modern Philosophy (3)

PHI

2010W

Introduction to Philosophy (3)

PHI

2100W

Reasoning and Critical Thinking (3)

PHI

2620W

Environmental Ethics (3)

PHI

2630W

Ethical Issues and Life Choices (3)

PHI

3400W

History and Philosophy of Science (3)

PHI

3800W

Philosophy of the Arts (3)

*PHI

3882W

Philosophy in Literature (3)

PHM

2121y

Philosophy of Race, Class and Gender (3)

PHM

2300xW

Introduction to Political Philosophy (3)

PHM

3123yW

Philosophy of Feminism (3)

REL

1300xW

Introduction to World Religions (3)

REL

2121yW

Religion in the United States (3)

*REL

2210W

Introduction to the Old Testament (3)

*REL

2240W

Introduction to the New Testament (3)

REL

2315x

Religions of South Asia (3)

REL

3054W

Critics of Religion (3)

REL

3145yW

Gender and Religion (3)

REL

3170xW

Religious Ethics and Moral Problems (3)

REL

3493

Religion and Science (3)

REL

3505W

The Christian Tradition (3)

REL

3607W

The Jewish Tradition (3)

*RUT

3110yW

Russian Literature in English Translation (3)

RUT

3523ry

Russian Cinema (3)

*SSL

3500x

Slavic Culture and Civilization (3)

SLL

3510x

The Slavic Vampire (3)

*SPT

3130xW

Latin American Literature in Translation (3)

SPT

3391r

Hispanic Cinema (3)

THE

2000xW

Introduction to Theatre (3)

THE

3061

Introduction to Theatre in London (3)

*THE

3214W

World Theatre History II (3)

WST

3251yW

Women in Western Culture: Images and Realities (3)