HUMA 121 The American Work Experience (Cr3)(3:0)
The American Work Experience is an interdisciplinary humanities course using history, literature and the arts, and other cultural studies to deepen the student's knowledge and understanding of over two centuries of Americans at work. Course numbers ending with G are Writing Intensive (WI). Core: AH, D.
HUMA 140G Introduction to Women and Gender Studies(Cr3) (3:0)
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to Women and Gender Studies from a humanistic perspective using art, film, history, literature, music, and popular culture. Prereq. - ENGL101. Course numbers ending with G are Writing Intensive (WI). CORE: AH, D.
HUMA 150 Nature of the Environment (Cr3) (3:0)
This course provides an introduction to humanity's complex relationship with the natural world and addresses philosophical theories and ethical issues regarding humankind's responsibility to care for the environment. Topics include environmental ethics and politics, rights of non-humans, ecofeminism, climate change, sustainability, eco-criticism and the idea of wilderness. Pre- or coreq.- ENGL 101. Core: AH, D.
HUMA 210 Creativity and the Origin of Ideas (Cr3) (3:0)
This course investigates creativity from a cultural and theoretical/research perspective and incorporates a workshop format allowing students to actively apply knowledge gained through experiential learning activities. Pre-req. - ENGL101. Core: AH, D.
HUMA 250G Research Methods in the Social Sciences (Cr3) (3:0)
This class is an overview of scientific research methods used in the social sciences. Social sciences include disciplines in which we examine people or collections of people, and their individual or collective behaviors, such as psychology, sociology, and political science. In this class we will discuss not only research methods (such as empirical data collection and analysis) but also the research process from start to end, including the steps of scientific inquiry, and the ethics involved. Restricted to students in the Honors Program. Prereq. - ENGL101 and either POLS101 or PSYC103 or SOCA103. Core: SSHB, WI