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AREA C – HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS

HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS LEARNING OUTCOMES

6 hours

  • Develop the ability to make informed judgements about art forms from variouscultures including one's own culture
  • Develop the ability to recognize the fine, literary & performing arts as expressions of human experience 
  • Develop the ability to discern the impact and role of artistic and literary achievement in society and one's personal life
 
Category 1 - Fine Arts. Choose ONE of the following:

XIDS 2100 Arts and Ideas: Special Topics (3)* Topics in this course vary each semester

ART 1201 Introduction to Art (3)

ART 2201 History of Western Art I (3)

ART 2202 History of Western Art II (3)

MUSC 1100 Music Appreciation (3)

MUSC 1120 Survey of Jazz, Rock, and Popular Music (3)

THEA 1100 Theatre Appreciation (3)

 

Category 2 - Humanities. Choose ONE of the following:

XIDS 2100 Arts & Ideas: Special Topics (3)* Topics in this course vary each semester

COMM 1154 Introduction to Mass Communications (3)

ENGL 2110 World Literature (1) *

ENGL 2120 British Literature (3) *

ENGL 2130 American Literature (3) *

ENGL 2160 Philosophy and Literature (3) *

ENGL 2180 Studies in African-American Literature (3) *

ENGL 2190 Studies in Literature by Women (3)*

FORL 2200 Survey of National Literatures (3)

FORL 2300 Topics in National Literatures (3)

PHIL 2100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)

PHIL 2120 Introduction to Ethics (3)

Any 3 credits of foreign language 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002 You must earn a C or higher at each level to continue on in the language sequence.

 

* Before you register for these classes, you must have successfully completed ENGL 1101 AND ENGL 1102. XIDS 2100 is listed in both categories, but it may be counted only once.