Humanities General Education Requirements
A.A. degree seeking students must take six hours of humanities as part of their General Education requirement. Students must complete the six hour General Education communications requirement before enrolling in humanities. Admitted A.S. degree students, with a C or better in ENC 1101, must take a humanities course as part of their general education requirement.
To complete the General Education Requirement select Option A, B, or C.
HUM2210 Humanities I
HUM2230 Humanities II
HUM2740 Humanities Abroad I
HUM2741 Humanities Abroad II
Select three hours from two of the following categories:
ARH2500 Non-Western Art History
ARH2050 Introduction to Art History and Art Criticism I
ARH2051 Introduction to Art History and Art Criticism II
Philosophy and Religion
PHI2100 Introductory Logic: Reasoning and Critical Thinking
REL2200 Introduction to Biblical Studies
REL2300 World Religions
AML2600 Introduction to African American Literature
AML2301 Major American Writers
ENL2000 British Literature
LIT2100 Masterpieces of World Literature
THE2100 - Introduction to Theater History
HUM2525 The American Music Tradition: Jazz
HUM2529 The American Music Tradition: Popular Music
MUH2011 Introduction to Music History
MUH2120 Music of the World
To satisfy the requirement of State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.030, students must complete six hours in Communications with a grade of "C+" or better and produce multiple writing assignments in each of the courses. Students who earn a minimum of a "C+" average in six credit hours of Communications courses or three hours of Communications and three hours of Humanities courses listed above meet the state CLAS requirement in essay, reading and writing.
Elective Humanities Courses
The Humanities courses identified below may be taken as electives. They do not fulfill the Humanities General Education Requirements.