Humanities

Classes

HUM 101 : Introduction to the Humanities I

This is the first course in a two-semester sequence which offers the student an introduction to the humanities using selections from art, music, literature, history, and philosophy which relates to a unifying theme. 

Credits

3

HUM 102 : Introduction to the Humanities II

This is the second course in a two-semester sequence which offers the student an introduction to the humanities using selections from art, music, literature, history, and philosophy which relates to a unifying theme.

Credits

3

HUM 299 : PTK Honors Course

This course combines HUM 299-01, -02, and -03 into a single semester course with a total of 3 credit hours (not repeatable for credit).  It provides an opportunity for the student to study selected topics in the area of the humanities under the supervision of a qualified instructor.  The topics selected will be broad in scope and content rather than specific, and will reference important cultural works from a variety of areas, which may include literature, religious studies, speech, foreign languages, art, music, theatre, and dance.

Credits

3

HUM 299A : PTK Honors I

This course provides an opportunity for the student to study selected topics in the area of the humanities under the supervision of a qualified instructor. The topics selected will be broad in scope and content rather than specific, and will reference important cultural works from a variety of areas, which may include literature, religious studies, speech, foreign languages, art, music, theatre, and dance. The course may be repeated for credit.

Credits

1

Prerequisites

As approved by PTK advisor

HUM 299B : PTK Honors II

This course provides an opportunity for the student to study selected topics in the area of the humanities under the supervision of a qualified instructor. The topics selected will be broad in scope and content rather than specific, and will reference important cultural works from a variety of areas, which may include literature, religious studies, speech, foreign languages, art, music, theatre, and dance. The course may be repeated for credit.

Credits

1

Prerequisites

As approved by PTK advisor

HUM 299C : PTK Honors IIi

This course provides an opportunity for the student to study selected topics in the area of the humanities under the supervision of a qualified instructor. The topics selected will be broad in scope and content rather than specific, and will reference important cultural works from a variety of areas, which may include literature, religious studies, speech, foreign languages, art, music, theatre, and dance. The course may be repeated for credit.

Credits

1

Prerequisites

As approved by PTK advisor