Comparative Humanities (HUM)

101. Introduction to Humanities (3) (F, W) An introduction to major expressive art forms of music, painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, as well as philosophy and history through a cross-cultural, comparative approach.

290. Introduction to Film (3) (F, W, S) Introduction to studies of film form, language, style, genres, and techniques. (Prerequisite: ENGL 101).

308. Basic Video Production (3) (F, W, S) Using common video production tools, students in this course will learn to apply storytelling principles in creating visuals for various instructional and training purposes. (Same as ART 308).

318. Intermediate Video Production (3) (F, W, S) Storytelling using created video segments for broadcast and webcast. This course centers on narrowing and delivering topics for clients. (Same as ART 318) (Pre-requisite: HUM 290 or HUM/ART 308).

365R. Special Studies in World Cinema (3) (W) A variable content course designed to explore various topics and themes in world cinema. May be repeated for credit provided the topic is different. (Prerequisite: HUM 290).

440R. Special Studies in Humanities (3) (F) A variable content course designed to explore various topics, themes, genres and media in humanities. May be repeated for credit provided the topic is different. (Prerequisite: HUM 101 or HUM 290).

442. Philosophy of Art (3) (F, S) An exploration of problems, methods, and theories in aesthetic valuation, appreciation, and criticism. (Same as ART 442) (Prerequisite: HUM 101 or HUM 290).

490R. Humanities Portfolio (3) (F, W, S) Culminating capstone experience for students in digital humanities certificate program. It includes an electronic portfolio development and individual mentoring. (Prerequisites: instructor permission).