Digital and Public Humanities Emphasis

HUMANISTIC STUDIES Major

Language Requirement

All Humanistic Studies majors are expected to fulfill the non-English language requirement by completing one of the following:

  • Complete at least two college-level semesters of a non-English language. Students who have taken French, German or Spanish in high school or who have acquired a knowledge of the language elsewhere may receive credit for that preparation by passing an advanced-level UW-Green Bay course with a grade of “C” or better.
  • Demonstrate the equivalent level of proficiency in a non-English language on a proficiency exam. NOTE: Students seeking to fulfill the language requirement through proficiency testing in French, German, or Spanish should contact the appropriate language coordinator. For skill assessment in other languages, students should contact the chair of Modern Languages.
Supporting Courses:9-12
English Composition II: Composition and Rhetoric 1
Living the Humanities
Introduction to Digital and Public Humanities
Lower-Level Elective (choose one course): 2
100 or 200-level ENGLISH course
100 or 200-level FNS course
100 or 200-level HISTORY course
100 or 200-level PHILOS course
Arts in the Community
Upper-Level Courses: 324
Community Engagement (choose 6 credits):
Literary Themes (topic: The Literature of Suffering))
English Capstone
Internship
Internship
Internship
Language and Identity
Humanities Practicum
Internship
Internship
Project-based Learning (choose 6 credits):
Sheepshead Review Practicum
English Capstone
Book Editing Practicum
German Translation Studies
Intermediate Digital and Public Humanities
Humanities Practicum
Special Topics
Digital or Public Humanities Inflected courses (choose 6 credits):
Sheepshead Review Practicum
Literary Themes (Topic: The Literature of Suffering)
English Capstone
Book Editing Practicum
Shakespeare
Major Author(s) (Topic: Toni Morrison)
Internship
Internship
The Middle Ages
Problems in American Thought (Topic: Wilderness)
Topics in Medieval History
Topics in Early Modern European History
Studies in Comparative History (Topic: The French and Haitian Revolutions)
Internship
Intermediate Digital and Public Humanities
Humanities Practicum
Internship
Internship
Electives (choose 3 credits):
300 or 400-level ENGLISH course
300 or 400-level GERMAN course
300 or 400-level HISTORY course
300 or 400-level HUM STUD course
300 or 400-level PHILOS course
300 or 400-level SPANISH course
Capstone:
Humanities Practicum
Total Credits33-36