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HUMAN 123: CLASSICAL HUMANITIES: BEGINNINGS THROUGH 1650

3 hrs. (TC)

Prerequisite: COMPASS reading score of 81 or higher, or equivalent, or department approval.

This course is an interdisciplinary study of literature, philosophy, the visual arts, and music in Western civilization from the ancient to the early modern periods. It is designed to show the inter-relationships of the arts and to give students a broad cultural background. [IAI: HF 902]

HUMAN 124: MODERN HUMANITIES: 1650-1900

3 hrs. (TC)

Prerequisite: COMPASS reading score of 81 or higher, or equivalent, or department approval.

This course is an interdisciplinary study of literature, philosophy, the visual arts, and music in Western civilization between the early modern and the contemporary periods: the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. It is designed to show the inter-relationships of the arts and to give students a broad cultural background. [IAI: HF 903]

HUMAN 125: CONTEMPORARY HUMANITIES

3 hrs. (TC)

Prerequisite: COMPASS reading score of 81 or higher, or equivalent, or department approval.

This course is a thematic-based interdisciplinary study of twentieth and twenty-first century literature, philosophy, the visual arts, and music. It is designed to show the inter-relationships of the arts and to give students a broad cultural background. [IAI: HF 903]

HUMAN 128: ART AND MUSIC

3 hrs. (TC)

Prerequisite: COMPASS reading score of 81 or higher, or equivalent, or department approval.

This interdisciplinary course will survey the development of music and the visual arts during the major epochs of Western Civilization. It is designed to provide students with a broad cultural background, an appreciation of music and the visual arts, and an understanding of how they are related to each other and to the societies from which they developed. [IAI: F9 900]

HUMAN 129: LITERATURE AND THEATRE

3 hrs. (TC)

Prerequisite: COMPASS reading score of 81 or higher, or equivalent, or department approval.

This course is an interdisciplinary study of the roots of contemporary literature and theatre. It is designed to show the inter-relationships of the arts and to give students a broad cultural background. [IAI: H3 902]