Humanities Minor

The Humanities minor allows students to explore the relationships among the different areas of the humanities as they developed historically.  The minor seeks to encourage a basic historic awareness along with the opportunity to pursue intellectual interests and curiosities in the humanities.  Courses taken for the student’s major are not applicable to this minor.

To obtain this minor, students must satisfy one course (3 hours) from each Period (All must be from different departments)

Course Number and Title Hrs. Prerequisites
Period I: 3 hours
ART 352: Art of the Renaissance 3 None
ENG 401: Lit. of Early Eng. 3 Core Comp. II
ENG 404: English Renaissance  3 Core Comp. II
MUSIC 320: Music History Survey 3 MUSIC 150 or 271
PHIL 311: Hist.-Anc. & Med. Phil. 3 PHIL 204, 205, 208,
210, 215 or 217
REL 230: Hist. of Early Christian. 3 None
Period II: 3 hours
ART 353: Baroque & Rococo Art 3 None
ENG 406: 17th Cent. Eng. Lit. 3 Core Comp. II
ENG 408: 18th Cent. Eng. Lit. 3 Core Comp. II
MUSIC 380: Music History I 3 MUSIC 150 or 271
PHIL 312: Hist. of Mod. Phil. 3 PHIL 204, 205, 208,
210, 215 or 217
REL 232: Hist. of Mod. Eur. Christ. 3 REL 106
Period III: 3 hours
ART 354: l9th Century Art 3 None
ART 356: 20th Century Art 3 None
ENG 410: Rom. Movement 3 Core Comp. II
ENG 411: Victorian Period 3 Core Comp. II
MUSIC 381: Music History II 3 MUSIC 150 or 271
PHIL 313: Hist. of Contemp. Phil. 3 PHIL 204, 205, 208,
210, 215 or 217
Electives: 9 hours
(Choose from any of the remaining courses
above or from any below)
ART 452: Topics in American Art 3 None
Any 300 or 400 lvl Eng. Lit. course 3 Core Comp. II
FREN 301 or 302 French Civ. 3 FREN 252
FREN 351 or 352 Intro. French Fiction 3 FREN 252
FREN 353 or 354 Intro. French Lit. 3 FREN 252
Any 300 or 400 level PHIL course 3 PHIL 204, 205, 208,
210, 215 or 217
REL 307: World Rel-East & West 3 REL 106 or 107
REL 400: Christian Lit. 3 REL 106
REL 401: Sem. in Christian Ethics 3 REL 106
REL 404: Sem. in Christian Theol. 3 REL 106, 208
SPAN 311 or 312 Hispanic Civ. 3 SPAN 272
SPAN 371: Intro Spanish Lit. Studies 3 SPAN 310, 311, or 312
SPAN 372: Survey of Spanish Lit. 3 SPAN 310
SPAN 373: Survey of Latin Am. Lit. 3 SPAN 310
SPAN 476: Seminar in Hispanic St. 3 SPAN 311 or 312;
372 or 373
TH 418, 419 or 420 Hist. of Theater 3 TH 204
18 hrs.

 

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