The Arts and Humanities perspective is characterized by the interpretive analysis, critique, and creative and aesthetic expression of ideas and values.
Select three courses from the following.
- No more than two courses can be from any one discipline, which is defined by the course prefix.
- Courses with different prefixes are considered as different disciplines.
NOTE: Some courses may have specific pre-requisites and/or co-requisites or are open only to majors within that discipline.
ART HISTORY - Courses with a prefix of ARHI
ART & DESIGN - Courses with the prefix: ARTS
ENGLISH - Courses with the prefix: ENGL at or above the 200 level
HISTORY - Courses with the prefix of HIST
MUSIC HISTORY (≥3 credits courses only) - Courses with the prefix: MUHI
MUSIC THEORY - Courses with the prefix: MUTH
PHILOSOPHY - Courses with the prefix: PHIL
THEATRE ARTS - Courses with a prefix of THEA
WORLD LANGUAGES* - Courses with a prefix: WLFR, WLGE, WLIT, WLAR, WLKH, WLCH, WLPO, WLSP, WLAN, WLLA
Courses used to satisfy the language requirement in the College of FAHSS may not also be used to meet Core Curriculum Breadth of Knowledge requirements.
INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES (only can fulfill one breadth of knowledge requirement)
AMST.2480 Values in American Culture (Also listed as ENGL.2480)
AMST.2570 The Family in American Literature (Also listed as ENGL.2570)
GNDR.2400 Introduction to Gender Studies
HONR.1100 First Year Seminar in Honors: Text and the City
MUED.2120 Sound Thinking (Also listed as COMP.2120)
MUSR.3010 Music, Technology and Society
MUSR.4010 Music of the Beatles
UTCH.2040 Perspectives on Math and Science