Humanities (HUM)

HUM 2301 The Western Cultural Tradition

This writing intensive course introduces students, through selective readings, to the Western intellectual tradition, starting from the Greco-Roman epoch and extending through the Middle Ages to the present. This course fulfills a core curriculum requirement for some majors.

Prerequisites: ENGL 1302 or equivalent.

HUM 3301 Studies in World Hist & Cult

An advanced special topics course offered for both WIN and Honors credit, this course will feature an depth cross-disciplinary study of a topic or a defined historical period in world history. Readings will typically be drawn from more than one area of human knowledge, areas as diverse as art, anthropology, religion, science, philosophy, history, music, literature, psychology, and political and social theory. Depending on the topic, the course may be cross-indexed with an appropriate discipline and count for credit in the major. May be repeated once for credit when the topic changes.

Prerequisites: “B” or higher in ENGL 2322, 2323, 2327, 2328, 2332, or 2333.

HUM 4173 Undergraduate Research

A course adapted to the directed, interdisciplinary study of topics in the liberal arts. Advanced students will develop a project in cooperation with a designated instructor chosen by the student. The nature of the material may allow for the involvement of multiple instructors. The project will be established by the student with the approval of the designated instructor prior to registration. The course may be repeated with a change in project, but total credit cannot exceed eight semester hours.

Prerequisites: Permission of the designated instructor.

HUM 4273 Undergraduate Research

A course adapted to the directed, interdisciplinary study of topics in the liberal arts. Advanced students will develop a project in cooperation with a designated instructor chosen by the student. The nature of the material may allow for the involvement of multiple instructors. The project will be established by the student with the approval of the designated instructor prior to registration. The course may be repeated with a change in project, but total credit cannot exceed eight semester hours.

Prerequisites: Permission of the designated instructor.

HUM 4373 Undergraduate Research

A course adapted to the directed, interdisciplinary study of topics in the liberal arts. Advanced students will develop a project in cooperation with a designated instructor chosen by the student. The nature of the material may allow for the involvement of multiple instructors. The project will be established by the student with the approval of the designated instructor prior to registration. The course may be repeated with a change in project, but total credit cannot exceed eight semester hours.

Prerequisites: Permission of the designated instructor.

HUM 4473 Undergraduate Research

A course adapted to the directed, interdisciplinary study of topics in the liberal arts. Advanced students will develop a project in cooperation with a designated instructor chosen by the student. The nature of the material may allow for the involvement of multiple instructors. The project will be established by the student with the approval of the designated instructor prior to registration. The course may be repeated with a change in project, but total credit cannot exceed eight semester hours.

Prerequisites: Permission of the designated instructor.