Humanities

The following courses can be used to meet the humanities requirement for the kinesiology and health curriculum:

Apparel, merchandising and design

A M D 257 Museum Studies
A M D 354 History of European and North American Dress*
A M D 356 History of Twentieth Century Fashion

African American Studies

AF AM 201 Introduction to African American Studies**
AF AM 334 African American Religious Experience**
AF AM 347 Studies in African American Literature**
AF AM 350 Women of Color in the U.S.**
AF AM 353 History of African Americans I**
AF AM 354 History of African Americans II**
AF AM 473 Civil rights and Ethnic Power

Air Force Aerospace Studies

AFAS 241 The Evolution of USAF Air & Space Power I
AFAS 242 The Evolution of USAF Air & Space Power II

American Indian Studies

AM IN 210 Introduction to American Indian Studies**
AM IN 240 Introduction to American Indian Literature**
AM IN 310 Topics in American Indian Studies
AM IN 315 Archaeology of North America**
AM IN 342 American Indian Women Writers**
AM IN 346 Topics in Native American Architecture **
AM IN 426 Topics in Native American Architecture **

American Sign Language

ASL 101 American Sign Language I**
ASL 102 American Sign Language II**
ASL 201 Intermediate American Sign Language I
ASL 202 Intermediate American Sign Language II
ASL 275 Topics in Deaf Culture**
ASL 325 Deaf Peoples Pre- World War II

Anthropology

ANTHR 315 Archaeology of North America**
ANTHR 321 World Prehistory
ANTHR 333 Asian American Material Cultures**
ANTHR 376 Classical Archaeology*
ANTHR 450 Historical and Theoretical Approaches in Anthropology

Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

AESHM 342 Aesthetics of Consumer Experience **

Architecture

ARCH 221 History of Architecture I*
ARCH 222 History of Architecture II*
ARCH 321 History of the American City**
ARCH 420 Topics in American Architecture**
ARCH 422 Topics in Medieval Architecture*
ARCH 423 Topics in Renaissance to Mid-Eighteenth Century Architecture*
ARCH 424 Topics in Nineteenth Century Architecture
ARCH 425 Topics in Twentieth Century Architecture
ARCH 426 Topics in Native American Architecture**
ARCH 427 History, Theory, and Criticism of Chinese Architecture*
ARCH 429 Topics in Italian Architecture and Urbanism
ARCH 486 Design: Made in Italy

Art History

ART H 280 History of Art I*
ART H 281 History of Art II*
ART H 292 Introduction to Visual Culture Studies**
ART H 293 Origins and Evolution of Modern Design
ART H 382 Art and Architecture of Asia*
ART H 383 Greek and Roman Art
ART H 384 Art of Islam*
ART H 385 Renaissance Art
ART H 386 American Art to 1945**
ART H 388 Modern Art and Theory
ART H 395 Art and Theory Since 1945**
ART H 396 History of Photography
ART H 481 Art and Architecture of Asia*
ART H 487 Greek and Roman Art
ART H 489 Art of Islam
ART H 494 Renaissance Art**
ART H 498 Selected Topcis in Art History

Biology

BIOL 307 Women in Science and Engineering**

Classical Studies

CL ST 273 Greek and Roman Mythology*
CL ST 275 The Ancient City*
CL ST 304 Cultural Heritage of the Ancient World
CL ST 310 Ancient Philosophy
CL ST 350 Rhetorical Traditions
CL ST 353 World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance*
CL ST 367 Christianity in the Roman Empire
CL ST 372 Greek and Roman Tragedy and Comedy*
CL ST 373 Heroes of Greece, Rome, and Today*
CL ST 374 Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean World*
CL ST 376 Classical Archaeology*
CL ST 383 Greek and Roman Art
CL ST 384 Roman Italy: An Introduction
CL ST 385 Study Abroad Roman Italy: Building an Empire
CL ST 395 Study Abroad: The Archaeology of Greece
CL ST 402 Greek Civilization
CL ST 403 Roman Civilization
CL ST 430 Foundations of Western Political Thought

Criminal Justice Studies

CJ ST 332 Philosophy of Law

Dance

DANCE 270 Dance Appreciation*
DANCE 360 History and Philosophy of Dance

Design Cultures

DSN S 183 Design Cultures

English

ENGL 120 Computers and Language
ENGL 201 Introduction to Literature
ENGL 214 Introduction to Technical Communication
ENGL 225 Survey of British Literature to 1800
ENGL 226 Survey of British Literature since 1800
ENGL 227 Survey of American Literature to 1865
ENGL 228 Survey of American Literature since 1865
ENGL 237 Survey of Film History
ENGL 240 Introduction to American Indian Literature**
ENGL 260 Introduction to Literary Study
ENGL 330 Science Fiction
ENGL 335 Studies in Film
ENGL 339 Literary Theory and Criticism
ENGL 340 Women's Literature**
ENGL 344 U.S. Latino/a Literature**
ENGL 345 Women and Literature: Selected Topics**
ENGL 346 American Indian Literature**
ENGL 347 Studies in African American Literature**
ENGL 349 Topics in Multicultural Literatures of the United States**
ENGL 350 Rhetorical Traditions
ENGL 352 Gay and Lesbian Literature**
ENGL 353 World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance*
ENGL 354 World Literature: Seventeenth Century to the Present*
ENGL 355 Literature and the Environment
ENGL 358 Myth and Fairytale
ENGL 360 Studies in American Literature to 1800
ENGL 362 Studies in 19th Century American Literature
ENGL 364 Studies in American Literature: 1900 to the Present
ENGL 370 Shakespeare*
ENGL 373 Studies in British Literature: The Middle Ages
ENGL 375 Studies in British Literature: The Restoration and 18th Century*
ENGL 376 Studies in British Literature*
ENGL 389 Postcolonial Literature*
ENGL 393 The History of Children's Literature
ENGL 395 Study and Travel*
ENGL 396 Teaching and Reading of Young Adult Literature
ENGL 420 History of the English Language
ENGL 422 Women, Men, and the English Language**

Environmental Studies

ENV S 320 Ecofeminism
ENV S 334 Environmental Ethics
ENV S 355 Literature and the Environment
ENV S 384 Religion and Ecology*
ENV S 471 Global Environmental History
ENV S 472 U. S. Environmental History
ENV S 484 Sustainable Communities

History

HIST All courses except 480, 480A, 490, 495, 498

Human Development and Family Studies

HD FS 240 Literature for Children**

Interior Design

ARTID 355 Interior Design History/Theory/Criticism I
ARTID 356 Interior Design History/Theory/Criticism II

Journalism and Mass Communication

JL MC 454 Critical Analysis and History of the Moving Image
JL MC 461 History of American Journalism
JL MC 464 Journalism and Literature

Landscape Architecture

L A 371 History of Modern Landscapes, 1750 to Present
L A 373 Gardens and Landscapes from Antiquity to 1750*
L A 478 D Topical Studies in Landscape Architecture: History/Theory/Criticism

Liberal Arts and Sciences Cross-Disciplinary Studies

LAS 350B Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies: Humanities

Linguistics

LING 119 Introduction to World Languages
LING 120 Computers and Language
LING 351 Introduction to Spanish-English Translation
LING 354 Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation
LING 420 History of the English Language
LING 422 Women, Men, and the English Language**
LING 463 Hispanic Dialectology*

Music

MUSIC 102 Introduction to Music Listening
MUSIC 120 Introduction to Music Literature and Styles *
MUSIC 302 Masterpieces of Music and Art in Western Culture
MUSIC 304 History of American Rock 'n' Roll**
MUSIC 367 Choral Literature
MUSIC 383 History of Music I*
MUSIC 384 History of Music II*
MUSIC 472 History of American Music**
MUSIC 473 Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras
MUSIC 475 Music of the Romantic Era
MUSIC 476 Music of the Twentieth Century

Natural Resource Ecology and Management

NREM 270 Public Art/Public Space

Naval Science

N S 212 Seapower and Maritime Affairs

Philosophy

PHIL All courses except 267, 339, 398

Political Science

POL S 361 American Institutions: The Presidency
POL S 370 Religion and Politics
POL S 430 Foundations of Western Political Thought
POL S 431 Modern Political Thought

Psychology

PSYCH 348 Psychology of Religion
PSYCH 401 History of Psychology

Religion

RELIG All courses

Speech Communication

SP CM 216 America Speaks: Great Speakers and Speeches in US History
SP CM 350 Rhetorical Traditions
SP CM 416 Hisotry of American Public Address

Technology and Social Change

TSC 343 Philosophy of Technology

Theatre

THTRE 106 Introduction to the Performing Arts
THTRE 110 Theatre and Society
THTRE 465 History of Theatre I
THTRE 466 History of Theatre II

U.S. Latino/a Studies Program

US LS 211 Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Studies**
US LS 240 Latina/o History
US LS 342 Religion and U.S. Latino/a Literature**
US LS 344 U.S. Latino/a Literature**
US LS 371 Mexican American Hisotry
US LS 473 Civil Rights and Ethnic Power **

Women's and Gender Studies

WGS 201 Introduction to Women's Studies**
WGS 301 International Perspectives on Women and Gender
WGS 307 Women in Science and Engineering**
WGS 320 Ecofeminism
WGS 336 Women and Religion**
WGS 338 Feminist Philosophy**
WGS 340 Women's Literature**
WGS 342 American Indian Women Writers**
WGS 345 Women and Literature: Selected Topics**
WGS 350 Women of Color in the U.S.**
WGS 352 Gay and Lesbian Literature**
WGS 370F Studies in English Translation: French Topics on Women and Gender Studies
WGS 370G Studies in English Translation: French Topics on Women or Feminism
WGS 370R Studies in English Translation: Russian Topics on Women or Feminism
WGS 370S Studies in English Translation: hispanic Topics on Women or Feminism
WGS 374 Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean World*
WGS 380 History of Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine**
WGS 386 History of Women in America**
WGS 422 Women, Men, and the English Language**
WGS 494 Women/Gender in Art**

World Languages and Cultures

WLC 119 Introduction to World Languages
WLC 278 Introduction to Global Film
WLC 370 Topics in World Languages and Cultures in English Translation

* Course also meets international perspectives requirement.

** Course also meets U.S. diversity requirement

World Languages also qualify as humanities credits (French, Spanish, German, Arabic, etc.)

Check the Department listings for U.S. diversity and international perspectives for additional choices that are specifically coded as “humanities”.

Revised 9/18