Humanities - complete 6 credits
- Describe the humanities unique ways of understanding major events and movements in Western and world civilizations.
- Critically examine a range of literary, philosophical, and other cultural texts produced by those movements.
- Articulate individual and social values within cultures and the implications of decisions made on the basis of those values.
- Analyze and produce complex forms of expression.
Humanities 1 6 Introduction to Film Introduction to Literature Introduction to Creative Writing Introduction to English Literature I Introduction to English Literature II Introduction to American Literature I Introduction to American Literature II World Literatures I World Literatures II Literary Themes American Indians In Film First Nations and The Sacred Indigenous Nations Oral and Storytelling Traditions Wisconsin First Nations Ethnohistory Perspectives on Human Values: First Nations First Nations Studies Seminar First Nations Justice and Tribal Governments First Nations and Education Policy American History to 1865 History of the United States from 1865 to the Present Introduction to African-American History Foundations of Western Culture I Foundations of Western Culture II World Civilizations I World Civilizations II Introduction to the Humanities I Introduction to the Humanities II Science Fiction & Fantasy Science Fiction Film Interdisciplinary Themes in Humanistic Studies Globalization and Cultural Conflict Perspectives on Human Values: The Contemporary World Introduction to Philosophy Contemporary Ethical Issues Logic and Reasoning Philosophy, Religion, and Science Ancient Philosophy Early Modern Philosophy Introduction to Asian Philosophy Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion Environmental Ethics Happiness and the Good Life Plato and Aristotle Women in Literature 1
Complete two courses (6 credits) in at least two different course prefixes