College Credit Courses
Prerequisite: ENC 1101 or satisfactory score on the placement test. This course is a study of human nature, human society and human rights in a specified cultural setting through the humanities, religion, drama, music, dance, the visual arts, myths and legends, and their place in affecting social policies and a cultures vision of its future. Cultures will vary. This course includes reading and writing competencies. Students may repeat this course for credit three times when the cultural setting is changed. However, it can satisfy only three hours in Category B of the General Education Requirements. Additional courses, if taken, must stand as electives only. Particular cultural settings are shown by suffix letter to the humanities designation as follows: HUMA 2472 Greece, HUMB 2472 China, HUMC 2472 Middle East, HUMD 2472 Japan, HUME 2472 France, HUMF 2472 Latin America, HUMG 2472 Soviet Union, HUMH 2472 Spain, HUMI 2472 Germanic Cultures and HUMJ 2472 Philippines Culture. Three contact hours. Description: A.A., A.S., A.A. S.