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AREA C – HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS

HUMANITIES, FINE ARTS, & ETHICS

6 hours


Learning Outcomes:


  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the foundational concepts of artistic, intellectual, or literary achievement.
  • Students will recognize and make informed judgments about the fine, literary, or performing arts from various cultures.
 
Choose one from each category.
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)

ENGL 2060 Intro to Creative Writing (3)

FILM 2080 Intro to the Art of Film (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 2180 Studies in African-American Literature (3) *

ENGL 2190 Studies in Literature by Women (3)*

Foreing Language 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002 (3)**

FORL 2200 Survey of National Literatures (3)**

FORL 2300 Topics in National Literatures (3)**

PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy (3)

PHIL 2030 Introduction to Ethics (3)

 

* 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.
** You must earn a C or higher at each level to continue in the language sequence.