Humanities (HUMN)

HUMN1200 | Vietnam War | Lecture (3 Credits)

Examine fiction, poetry, rock, classical music, movies, and contemporary art inspired by the Vietnam War. These cultural by-products act as a lens through which we analyze means of coping for survivors and their families, and the human condition in extreme circumstances.

HUMN2100 | The Literature of Migration | Lecture (3 Credits)

Examine the literature and films inspired by the immigrant, refugee, and foreigner experience here in America and abroad. Explore the different ways one can become a foreigner and how art can be used as a means of immersing the reader/viewer in the foreigner experience.

General Education: Humanities

HUMN3000 | Human Creative Expression | Lecture (2 Credits)

Exploration of human values, attitudes and ideas by examining humankind's historical cultural achievements from a variety of time periods, art forms, creators and cultural traditions to develop an appreciation of the interrelated expressions of human culture.

General Education: Upper Humanities

HUMN3600 | Critical Thinking & Creativity | Lecture (3 Credits)

Identify the effect that critical thinking has on human creativity and how creative activity impacts human progress through reading/reflection and hands on activities. Explore various means to develop critical thinking skills and apply that to creative activities.

General Education: Upper Humanities