Associate of Science - Humanities Electives
Select Two Courses from the list below:
ART 101 *Art Survey and Appreciation I 3-0-3
ART 101 is a slide/lecture course examining the visual arts from prehistoric times through the 17th century. Content includes a study of style, design, technique, iconography, and function of art in Western and non-Western culture.
ART 102 *Art Survey and Appreciation II 3-0-3
ART 102 is a slide/lecture course examining the visual arts from the 18th century to the present. Content includes a study of style, design, technique, iconography and function of art in Western and non-Western culture.
DRM 120 *Theater Appreciation 3-0-3
Students are introduced to all aspects of the art of theater from theatrical production to theater history and literature.
LAL120 * American Literature Survey to 1870 3-0-3
This course is a study of American literature from the colonial period to the late 19th century, emphasizing reading, interpretation, and criticism of works by major authors.
LAL121: * American Literature Survey from 1870 to Present 3-0-3
This course is a study of American literature from the late 19th century to the present, emphasizing reading, interpretation, and criticism of works by major authors.
LAL150: * English Literature Survey to 1750 3-0-3
This course surveys English literature from the Anglo-Saxon to the Neoclassical period, emphasizing reading, interpretation, and criticism of works by major authors. (FA)
LAL151: * English Literature Survey from 1750 to Present 3-0-3
This course surveys English literature from the Romantic, Victorian, Modernist, and Postmodern periods.
LAL 210: * A Survey of Western Literature I 3-0-3
This course is a survey of world literature from Semitic and Greek epics to 18th century literature. (IN)
LAL 211: * A Survey of Western Literature II 3-0-3
This course surveys the genres and masterworks of world literature from the 18th century to the present. (IN)
LAL 275: * Classical Mythology 3-0-3
The student is introduced to the subject of classical mythology with emphasis placed on its relevance to interpretation of both literature and art.
MUS 102: *Music Appreciation 3-0-3
This course is an introduction to music, emphasizing the various phases of musical beauty, designed to furnish a rational basis for intelligent listening to music. Focus is on basic elements of music and listening techniques; representational Renaissance, Classicism, Romanticist, and Post-Romanticist composers and their music; and discussion of extra-musical factors that bear upon lives and works. (FA, SP, SU)
PHI 151: *Introduction to Logic 3-0-3
PHI 151 is an introduction to the principles and methods of logic. Deduction, induction, informal fallacies, and other means of valid reasoning are emphasized. (FA, SP)
PHI 152: *Introduction to Ethics 3-0-3
Students will examine various moral philosophers' attempts to prescribe ethical norms applicable to humanity. This course also focuses on the fundamental principles of moral right and wrong and their applications. (FA, SP, SU)
PHI 251: *Religions of the World 3-0-3
This course focuses on the impact that religions have had on history and humanity. The basic beliefs and lifestyles of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are presented. (FA, SP)