General Education: Humanities and Fine ArtsGeneral Education: Humanities and Fine Arts

General Education: Humanities and Fine Arts (6 credits)

Students will have an “appreciation of and experience with literature and the arts” (BOG), as well as with other traditional areas of the humanities. The humanities deal with human values, beliefs and emotions and the way these are expressed through human creations. The humanities are typically subdivided into two areas, humanities and fine arts. Humanities courses present organized values, beliefs, or emotions using language and ideas as the creative vehicle, and include literature, philosophy and foreign language study. Fine arts courses are those that present organized values, beliefs or emotions using the senses and physical expression as the creative vehicle, and include courses in art, music and theater.  Students are to complete three credits in humanities and three credits in fine arts.

Fine Arts Objectives:

  • To present, critique or analyze human values, beliefs and emotions as they are conceptualized, formulated and expressed through verbal and physical action and artifacts and perceived through the senses; and
  • To attend and react to a performance or exhibit related to the discipline studied.

Menu Courses

ART 106, ART 119, ART 120, ART 130, ART 310, ART 382, ART 385, ART 393, ART 496, ART 498, COM 275, DAN 132, DAN 133, FRE 345, FRE 346, GCM 101, MUS 100, MUS 104, MUS 191, MUS 192, MUS 196, MUS 198, MUS 199, MUS 211, MUS 215, MUS 300, MUS 306, MUS 307, MUS 313, MUS 315, MUS 380, PHI 335, THE 100, THE 101, THE 131, THE 150, THE 201, THE 231, THE 240, THE 245, THE 309, THE 350, THE 351, THE 345, THE 356

Humanities Objective:

  • To present, critique or analyze human values, beliefs and emotions as they are conceptualized, formulated and expressed through language and ideas.

Menu Courses

ARB 101, ARB 102, CMD 350, CMD 352, COM 325, COM 351, ENG 106, ENG 107, ENG 108, ENG 112, ENG 178, ENG 203, ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 301, ENG 302, ENG 315, ENG 337, ENG 338, ENG 355, ENG 356, ENG 357, ENG 371, ENG 425, ENG 487, ESP 100, ESP 412, ESP 413, FRE 101, FRE 102, FRE 203, FRE 204, FRE 340, FRE 341, FRE 342, FRE 343, FRE 344, FRE 345, FRE 346, HIS 104, HIS 111, HIS 310, HIS 422, MFL 479, MUS 100, MUS 304, MUS 306, MUS 313, PHI 100, PHI 200, PHI 206, PHI 220, PHI 225, PHI 307, PHI 308, PHI 320, PHI 325, PHI 335, PHI 355, PHI 370, PHI 426, SPN 101, SPN 102, SPN 203, SPN 204, SPN 311, SPN 312, SPN 342, SPN 345, SPN 346, SPN 348, SPN 349, SPN 350, SPN 401, SPN 421, SPN 422, THE 100, THE 304, THE 305, THE 306