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Undergraduate Course Descriptions: Humanitiesnext

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HUM 201 LITERACY IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD: INTRODUCTION TO NEW MEDIA

This course analyzes the forces that keep increasing the demand for verbal, visual, and aural communication skills. The course examines the past, present, and future of information literacy, especially applications of emerging technology in human communication. Hands-on studio work will illuminate the promise and perils of networked intelligence while developing communication skills. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: ENG 110/ENG 111. Offered as needed.

HUM 298 SPECIAL TOPIC IN HUMANITIES

Topic to be specified each semester course offered.

HUM 300 THE ARTS IN SOCIETY

This course explores the roles of the arts in society. Students will examine various arts within the Humanities—the literary, visual, and performing arts—and analyze their functions and interrelationships within historical, political, and cultural contexts. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: ENG 100 or ENG 110/ENG 111. Offered fall and spring semesters.

HUM 398 SPECIAL TOPIC IN HUMANITIES

Topic to be specified each semester course offered.

HUM 400 PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

The consideration of selected topics and themes drawn from literature and seen from a corresponding philosophical viewpoint. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: ENG 110/ENG 111 and a philosophy course. Offered as needed.

HUM 498 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN HUMANITIES

Topic to be specified each semester course offered.