HUM Humanities Elective

Skill areas: evaluation of expressive works and ideas, evaluation of the historical basis of current society, evaluation of diversity of world cultures, evaluation of the influence of the arts, application of ethical choices, and evaluation of personal values

  • EDU121 - Children's and Young Adult Literature
  • ENL221 - Detective Fiction
  • ENL231 - World Literature
  • ENL240 - Early American Literature
  • ENL243 - Early British Literature and American Democratic Values
  • ENL250 - Literature of the American Indian (Electives:CUL)
  • ENL252 - Women in Literature
  • ENL257 - The Graphic Novel
  • ENL260 - Masters of Science Fiction
  • ENL265 - Sport Literature
  • ENL270 - American Comedy
  • HIS115 - World Civilization I (Electives:CUL)
  • HIS125 - World Civilization II (Electives:CUL)
  • HIS136 - United States Survey to 1877 (Electives:CUL)
  • HIS146 - United States Survey from 1877 to the Present (Electives:CUL)
  • HIS262 - Technology and Society (Electives:STS,WRT)
  • HIS315 - Technology and Propaganda (Electives:STS,WRT)
  • HIS325 - Native American History and Culture (Electives:CUL,WRT)
  • HIS330 - Civil War and Reconstruction (Electives:CUL,WRT)
  • HIS335 - U.S. Constitutional and Legal History (Electives:CUL,WRT)
  • HUM223 - American Indian Perspectives (Electives:CUL)
  • HUM225 - Fairy Tales and Fables (Electives:CUL)
  • HUM230 - Science and Religion: A Cultural Perspective (Electives:CUL)
  • HUM301 - Scientific Literature: Historical and Social Contexts (Electives:STS,WRT)
  • HUM315 - The Holocaust (Electives:CUL,WRT)
  • MCM323 - Media Evolution and Social Influence (Electives:WRT)
  • PHL110 - Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHL210 - Ethics