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HUMAN 194 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 195 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 196 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 197 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 205 Life & Culture for Study Abroad • V1-5 Cr.

Designed to enhance students' knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of people, culture, and life in other parts of the world, as part of an on-site travel study or travel learning program. Examines the identified subject as a total cultural product that may include history, geography, language, literature, music, art, architecture, religion, politics, etc. Introduces unique cultural aspects within a broad world context and in contrast to American culture and prepares students for a living and learning experience in that culture. Students learning activities may include lecture-discussion-participation, analysis of readings and films, exams, and research projects.

HUMAN 220 British Life & Culture • 5 Cr.

Provides a broad background to promote understanding of British culture and civilization. Takes a historical, social, and cultural approach to analyzing contemporary British society and examines traditions and institutions to give insights into contemporary British life. Students learning activities include lecture-discussion-participation, analysis of readings and films, field trips, site visits and walking tours, exams, and individual and group research and reports.

HUMAN 224 Australian Life & Culture • 5 Cr.

Course enhances students' knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the culture and cultural groups of Australia. Examines Australia as a total cultural product, including history, geography, literature, music, art, architecture, religion and politics, and incorporates information about uniquely Australian sub-cultures and the development of a unique Australian civilization within the context of world events. Learning activities include lecture-discussion-participation, analysis of readings and films, exams, and a research project.

HUMAN 230 Central American Perspectives • V1-5 Cr.

Provides a broad background to promote understanding of culture and civilization in Central America. Examines traditions and institutions, takes a historical, social, and cultural approach to analyzing contemporary Central American issues, and gives insights into contemporary life. Students learning activities include lecture-discussion-participation, analysis of readings and films, field trips, site visits and walking tours, exams, and individual and group research and reports.

HUMAN 294 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 295 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 296 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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HUMAN 297 Special Topics in Humanities • V1-5 Cr.

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