HUM 1020  Introduction to Humanities credits: 3

This course provides an introduction to interdisciplinary humanities by focusing on various topics, relationships, and themes of human expression from a global perspective. Topics may include Music, Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Religion, Philosophy, Dance, Theater, Literature, and Film. Using global examples, this course examines the relationship between the visual, performing, and literary arts and their social, historical, and cultural contexts. This course is intended to broaden and establish an appreciation of the arts and ideas. It is representative of western and non-western cultures, races, religions, and genders, introducing students to a global approach to the humanities. This course satisfies the Enhanced World View requirement. (Note: Study Abroad opportunities may apply to this course

Prerequisite: Dev Level 2 Writing Met or Appropriate score on the college placement test.