HUMA - HUMANITIES

HUMA - 1200   HUMANITIES:  GREEKS TO THE RENAISSANCE
[3 hours]  This course is a survey of the Western Humanities from the Ancient World to the Renaissance with chronological investigations into creativity in art, music, architecture, philosophy and literature.  Prerequisite: ENGL 1100 and/or ENGL 1110

HUMA - 1210   HUMANITIES: BAROQUE TO THE MODERN PERIOD
[3 hours]  This course is a survey of the Western Humanities from the Baroque to the Modern World with chronological interdisciplinary investigations into creativity in art, music, architecture, philosophy and literature.  Prerequisite: ENGL 1100 and/or ENGL 1110

HUMA - 1220   WORLD RELIGIONS
[3 hours]  The course surveys major religions with an emphasis on non-Western belief systems. The course  also focuses on the relationships between religious and cultural values in particular societies.

HUMA - 1230   MUSIC APPRECIATION
[3 hours]  This course is designed to introduce the non-music major to music from the Western European tradition.  Elements of music theory and the eras of music culture will be covered.  Prerequisite: ENGL 1100 and/or ENGL 1110

HUMA - 2100   AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE
[3 hours]  A survey of the history of African Americans in the United States emphasizing the social, religious, political and economic experiences of African American life in America.

HUMA - 2900   LEADERSHIP SEMINAR: DEVELOPING EMERGING LEADERS
[3 hours]  Explores characteristics of leadership in historical figures and examines critical contexts of decision-making.  Internationally-recognized course designed by Phi Theta Kappa.  Writing   intensive, interactive, seminar style.  Prerequisite: Approval of Department Honors Committee;  ENGL 1100 and/or ENGL 1110

HUMA - 2920   HONORS READINGS IN HUMANITIES
[3 hours]  Examination and discussion of classic readings that form a foundation of contemporary Western culture.  Topics may vary with each offering.  Prerequisite: Approval of Department Honors Committee/ENGL 1100 and/or 1110

HUMA - 2980   SPECIAL TOPICS
[1 - 4 hours]  An examination of a specialized topic in the Humanities.  May be repeated for different specialized topics.

HUMA - 2990   INDEPENDENT STUDY
[1 - 4 hours]  This course provides students the opportunity for individualized, supervised study in an area of the Humanities.  Prerequisite:  Permission of the instructor and department chairperson required.

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Last Updated: 5/5/14