6 credit hours from at least two disciplines required; a maximum of 9 credit hours count as General Studies credit.

The courses in this category are designed to develop and demonstrate the following abilities:

  1. Articulate the relevance of the Humanities course to their general education.
  2. Analyze primary sources using methodologies appropriate to disciplines in the Humanities.
  3. Create coherent positions based on the interpretation of primary sources.
  4. Communicate effectively using the modes of discourse appropriate to the discipline.
  5. Evaluate primary sources in cultural, historical, literary, or philosophical contexts.
ENG 235HAmerican Studies3
ENG 240HLiterary Classics of the Western World3
ENG 250Introduction to Literature: British Literature3
ENG 251Introduction to Literature: American Literature3
ENG 252Introduction to Literature: Western Civilization3
ENG 253Intro to Literature: Non-Western Civilization3
ENG 254Introduction to Literature: Special Topics3
ENG 280HSpecial Topics3
HIST 110History of Science & Medicine3
HIST 210Western Civilization3
HIST 211Western Civilization3
HIST 212Non-Western World History3
HIST 215Introduction to Latin America3
HIST 250American History3
HIST 251American History3
Modern Languages
FREN 200Intermediate French I3
FREN 201Intermediate French II3
GERM 200Intermediate German I3
GERM 201Intermediate German II3
GERM 205Culture, Conversation and Composition3
SPAN 200Intermediate Spanish I3
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish II3
SPAN 205Culture, Conversation and Composition3
PHIL 100Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 120Introduction to Ethics3
PHIL 250Ancient Philosophy3
PHIL 251Medieval Philosophy3
PHIL 253Modern Philosophy3
PHIL 254Contemporary Philosophy3
SPCH 154Cross-Cultural Communication3