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HUM-Humanities

Lower Division Collegiate

HUM101 (4 credits)
Introduction to Humanities: Classical to Medieval

Provides a survey of important achievements in a variety of disciplines as they emerged during the classical periods and the medieval era, in Europe and beyond: visual arts, architecture, literature, philosophy, religions, music, theater and criticism. This course covers the period from the first civilizations to the Middle Ages and is designed to help students trace the origin of the nature of human thought and creativity as they emerged and manifested themselves in the pre-industrial era. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM102 (4 credits)
Introduction to Humanities: Renaissance to Enlightenment

Provides a survey of important achievements in a variety of disciplines as they emerged during the Renaissance and the Age of Global Encounters: visual arts, architecture, literature, philosophy, religions, music, theater and criticism. Covers the period from the Proto-Renaissance to the Age of Reason and is designed to help students trace the origin of the nature of human thought and creativity as they emerged and manifested themselves in the pre-industrial era. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM103 (4 credits)
Introduction to Humanities: Romanticism to 20th Century

Provides a survey of important achievements in a variety of disciplines as they emerged during the periods of Romanticism and Realism and shaped the world of the twentieth century: visual arts, architecture, literature, music, philosophy, religions, theater and criticism. Covers the period from Romanticism to the present, and is designed to help students trace the nature of human thought and creativity, prepare them for further study and appreciation of the arts, and encourage them to look to the humanities for insights necessary to themselves and society. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM199 (variable credits)
Special Studies: Humanities

The course is offered in a number of formats: workshop, seminar, or independent study. Prerequisite: Varies by course.

HUM215 (4 credits)
Native American Arts and Cultures: Eskimo/Inuit

Studies the art and culture of the Eskimo/Inuit of the Arctic area from the past to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM216 (4 credits)
Native American Arts and Cultures: First Nations of Northwest Coast

Studies the art and culture of the native peoples of the Northwest Coast from the past to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM217 (4 credits)
Native American Arts and Cultures: Nations of the Plains

Studies the art and culture of the native peoples of the Great Plains from the past to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM218 (4 credits)
Native American Arts and Cultures: Nations of the Southwest

Studies the art and culture of the native peoples of the Southwest from the past to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM219 (4 credits)
Native American Arts and Cultures: Peoples of Mexico

Studies the art and culture of the peoples of pre-Columbian Mexico from the past to the present. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: WR115 or designated placement score.

HUM280 (variable credits)
Cooperative Work Experience / Humanities

Cooperative work experience is an educational program that enables students to receive academic credit for on-the-job, experiential learning based on skills acquired in their programs. Together, the instructor, employer, and student establish learning objectives that specify the significant and appropriate learning which is expected to result from the work experience. This course offers a career-related experience for students working for an approved employer. As a capstone course, it should be completed within the last two terms of a certificate or degree program. Prerequisites: Cooperative education is open to all students who have completed at least one-half of the required classes for their program of study, and have the recommendation of the department cooperative education advisor.