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CORE 5 – ARTS & HUMANITIES (3 UNITS)

The arts examine aesthetics and the development of the aesthetic form. Courses in
this area may include, but are not limited to fine, performing and studio art, appreciation
of the arts,and history of the arts. All courses, including fine, performing and studio
arts, will explore the relationship between theory and practice. The humanities examine
the values and cultural heritage that establish the framework for inquiry into the
meaning of life. Courses in the humanities may include but are not limited to, the
language, history, literature, and philosophy of Western and other culture.

Must be different discipline than Core 4

  • ARAB 101, Arabic Elements I
  • ARAB 201, Arabic Intermediate I
  • ARAB 301, Arabic Composition & Conversation
  • ARTH 105, Art in Culture
  • ARTH 109, Art and the Human Body
  • ARTH 207, Honors Art History
  • ARTH 221, Survey of Western Art I
  • ARTH 222, Survey of Western Art II
  • CHNS 101, Elementary Chinese I
  • CHNS 201, Intermediate Chinese I
  • CHNS 301, Chinese Composition & Conversation
  • COMM 131, Public Speaking
  • COMM 132, Honors Public Speaking
  • DANC 101, The Alexander Technique
  • DANC 105, Movement Skills for Men
  • DANC 130, Dance and Myth
  • DFST 104, American Sign Language I
  • DFST 114, Honors American Sign Language I
  • EMF 313, Film History
  • ENGL 205, Shakespeare for Non-Majors
  • ENGL 221, British Literature to 1798
  • ENGL 222, British Literature Since 1798
  • ENGL 240, Classics of the Western Heritage
  • ENGL 243, Introduction to Classical Mythology
  • ENGL 244, World Folklore
  • ENGL 261, Elements of Poetry
  • ENGL 263, Elements of Fiction
  • ENGL 290, Honors Seminar: Literature
  • FORL 101: Swahili Elements I 
  • FREN 101, French Elements I
  • FREN 201, French Intermediate I
  • FREN 301, Advanced Conversation
  • GERM 101, German Elements I
  • GERM 201, German Intermediate
  • GERM 301, German Composition & Conversation
  • GRK 103, Ancient Greek Elements
  • HEBR 101, Elements of Hebrew I
  • HEBR 103, Biblical Hebrew I
  • HEBR 201, Hebrew Intermediate I
  • HEBR 203, Biblical Hebrew III
  • HEBR 301, Hebrew Composition and Conversation I
  • HIST 101, Introduction to Ancient Mediterranean Cvl
  • HIST 102, History of European Civilization Thru 17th C.
  • HIST 103, History of European Civilization from 17th C.
  • HONR 235, Honors Seminar: Arts & Humanities
  • ITAL 101, Italian Elements I
  • ITAL 201, Italian Intermediate I
  • ITAL 301, Italian Composition & Conversation
  • JPNS 101, Japanese Elements I
  • JPNS 201, Japanese Intermediate I
  • JPNS 301, Japanese Composition & Conversation
  • LATN 101, Latin Elements I
  • LATN 201, Latin Intermediate I
  • LATN 301, Advanced Readings in Latin I
  • MUSC 101, Intro to Music of the Western Heritage
  • MUSC 114, Music, Technology & Culture
  • MUSC 127, Elements and History of Rock Music
  • PHIL 101, Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 111, Introduction to Logic
  • PHIL 221, Ancient Greek Philosophy
  • PORT 101, Portuguese Elements I
  • PORT 201, Portuguese Intermediate I
  • PORT 301, Composition & Conversation in Portuguese
  • RLST 103, Exploring Biblical Archeology
  • RLST 201, Introduction to the Hebrew Bible
  • RLST 202, Introduction to Christianity
  • RLST 211, Introduction to Jewish Thought
  • RLST 325, Jewish Graphic Novels
  • RUSS 101, Russian Elements I
  • RUSS 201, Russian Intermediate I
  • SEMS 250, Perspectives in Science and Mathematics
  • SPAN 101, Spanish Elements I
  • SPAN 201, Spanish Intermediate I
  • SPAN 203, Honors Spanish Intermediate I
  • SPAN 301, Composition & Conversation I
  • SPAN 303, Spanish for Heritage Speakers I
  • THEA 100, Introduction to Theatre
  • THEA 242, Costume, Dress, & Society


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