Humanities (HUMN)

HUMN 530 Technology & the Humanities3 Credit hours   

This course surveys the effects of electronic media on the humanities and how they are taught in the postmodern society. Content will subsumeboth philosophical/ theoretical issues and technical matters

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HUMN 560 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

Courses and activities designed to meet specific needs of public school personnel. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading if approved but not in degree programs.

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
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HUMN 561 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

Courses and activities designed to meet specific needs of public school personnel. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading if approved but not in degree programs.

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
HUMN 562 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

Courses and activities designed to meet specific needs of public school personnel. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading if approved but not in degree programs.

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
HUMN 563 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

Courses and activities designed to meet specific needs of public school personnel. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading if approved but not in degree programs.

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
HUMN 600 Intro to Study in Humanities3 Credit hours   

Interdisciplinary core course addresses questions/concepts central to the humanities. Texts from philosophy, history, literature, the arts and in the sciences provide insights into selected historical periods. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 601 Literary Theory & Criticism3 Credit hours   

Core course introduces modern critical approaches, concepts and methods of research and scholarship in the field of literature. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 602 Historical Studies3 Credit hours   

Core course acquaints students with problems of historical knowledge, changes in the interpretation of history, nature of historical forces, and methods of historical research. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 603 History & Theory of the Arts3 Credit hours   

Core course provides chronological survey of the arts, emphasizing the social, political and/or religious motives that underlie artistic production. Emphasis on theories of modern art. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 604 Expository Wrtng for Research3 Credit hours   

This core writing course develops proficiency in writing for research. Note: a degree student may demonstrate competency through an alternative assessment to have the requirement waived. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 605 Wstrn Trdtns/Contemp Cultures3 Credit hours   

Using primary materials from different cultural periods, as well as contemporary critical analysis, this core course explores epistemological questions that underlie conflicts between cultures. Open to non-degree students.

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HUMN 650 Selected Topics1-9 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
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HUMN 660 Independent Study in Human1-3 Credit hours   

Independent study in a particular area of interest. Open only to students near the end of their plans of study. Permission of program director is required

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HUMN 680 Independent Research Symposium3 Credit hours   

Prerequisite: 24 credit hours, required courses, and comprehensive examination. A pro-seminar required of all Humanities degree students who are beginning the thesis or final projects. S-U grade.

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HUMN 681 Independent Research Symposium3 Credit hours   

Prequesite: Humanities 680. A continuation of the pro- seminar for students electing the thesis option. The student will produce a thesis suitable for submission to a committee S-U grade.

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