HUM 200 Experiential Learning Assess 1 sem. hr.
This course is designed to help students assess their experiential learning background. Theories of adult learning and learning styles will be explored and applied to personal and work settings. Students will prepare an autobiographical Personal Learning Theme and an Experiential Learning Portfolio demonstrating their knowledge, skills, and experiences. Designed especially for non-traditional students. Offered by arrangement. Requires authorization from student's academic advisor.
HUM 201 Humanities Research & Writing 1 sem. hr.
Provides students in the Humanities and other disciplines foundations for conducting independent research using library resources, including use of reference materials, locating sources, and using electronic databases. Offered every spring.
HUM 220 DV:Found Interdiscip Study 3 sem. hrs.
This course examines current topics from several different disciplinary perspectives, with the goal of showing how these perspectives inform and enhance one another. Drawing on materials from the humanities, the social sciences, and the physical sciences, the course explores issues relating to self and society, the American way, and the global community. The interdisciplinary approach will then be continued as students take courses in a thematic cluster. Offered every semester.
HUM 230 Special Topics 1 sem. hr.
A course offered by students for students with varying topics. The topics are chosen by the student teacher and designed to have personal application.
HUM 400 Interdisciplinary Seminar 3 sem. hrs.
Examines an idea from the various points of view of different disciplines to give a student a broad understanding of a particular topic through lectures, discussions, and individual research. Emphasis on interrelation of ideas and integration of knowledge.
Prerequisite: Junior or senior status with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
HUM 401 Integrative Project - Gen Stud 2,3 sem. hrs.
Examines an idea from the various points of view of different disciplines to give a student a broad understanding of a particular topic through lectures, discussions, and individual research. Emphasis on interrelation of ideas and integration of knowledge. Next offering TBA.
Prerequisite: Junior and senior status with a minimum 2.5 GPA.