University Catalog 2021-2022

Humanities - Interdisciplinary (HUMA)

Humanities - Interdisciplinary (HUMA)

HUMA 1500  Humanities  (4)  

Course designated for transfer credit. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

HUMA 4980  Capstone Seminar  (3)  

The Capstone seminar will allow humanities majors to integrate the knowledge and skills gained through their interdisciplinary degree and apply them to a range of professional settings through case study examples. Through collaborative course activities, the students will explore the relationships between the different areas of the humanities, while examining how their communication, writing, and critical thinking skills apply to issues and challenges commonly experienced in various professional settings. The seminar will culminate in a substantial writing or a creative project (e.g., artwork, website, podcast, etc.) that will highlight the interdisciplinary connections between the students’ prior coursework. Creative projects will be accompanied by a shorter academic narrative.

HUMA 4990  Capstone Independent Study  (3)  

The Capstone Independent Study will allow humanities majors to integrate the knowledge and skills gained through their interdisciplinary degree and apply them to a range of professional settings through case study examples. The students will explore the relationships between the different areas of the humanities, while examining how their communication, writing, and critical thinking skills apply to issues and challenges commonly experienced in various professional settings. The independent study will culminate in a substantial written or a creative project (e.g., artwork, website, podcast, etc.) that will highlight the interdisciplinary connections between the students’ prior coursework. Creative projects will be accompanied by a shorter academic narrative.