Humanities | Course Catalogue

2020-2021 Catalogue

Upon occasion, faculty in Humanities offer a course that incorporate texts from numerous national traditions and that enables students to strengthen skills in critical and analytical thinking, writing, and oral communication.

Humanities (HUM) Course Description

HUM 250: Technology & Society.
Goal: To explore and analyze how technology is used and influences a culture. Topics may vary.
Content: Representational topics include social media, video gaming, religion and technology, media use/texts in a particular country, digital communities, etc. Students may take up to 6 credit hours if topics vary.
Taught: As needed.
Gen. Ed. Category: Synthesizing Perspectives; Diverse & Interdependent World; (HUM).
Credit: 3 hours.
HUM 290: Readings in Humanities.
Goal: To enable students to broaden their experience of the Humanities.
Content: An interdisciplinary approach in Humanities. The class will typically be associated with learning experiences such as team teaching or study abroad. Areas of study could include Studies in Italian Culture, Studies in Francophone Culture, War and Peace, and the New South.
Taught: Occasionally.
Prerequisites: WIS 101 or ENG 101.
Credit: 3 hours.

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