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Humanities Courses (BLS)

Courses for Undergraduates

300 Seminar in Humanities (3:3)

Pr. admission to the major

May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

Interdisciplinary online seminar designed to introduce students to substantive concerns in the Humanities and methods of investigation they employ. Topics vary by semester. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

320 Selected Topics: Literature (3:3)

Pr. junior standing (60 s.h.) or permission of instructor

May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

Online course that examines selected topics in world literature exploring works of prose and/or poetry from diverse cultural traditions and periods. Topics vary by semester. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

340 Selected Topics: Fine Arts (3:3)

Pr. junior standing (60 s.h.) or permission of instructor

May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

Online course that examines selected topics in the fine arts exploring the aims and methods of artistic expression and the role of cultural traditions and artistic values in human society. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

360 Selected Topics: Philosophy/Religion/Ethics (3:3)

Pr. junior standing (60 s.h.) or permission of instructor

May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

Online course that examines selected topics in philosophy, religion, and ethics; compares assumptions, modes of thought, and attendant practices, and analyzes their effects on behavior and human society. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

380 Selected Topics: Historical Perspectives (3:3)

Pr. junior standing (60 s.h.) or permission of instructor

May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

Online course that examines selected topics in history and explores the context of events (social structure, economics, political systems, culture, or beliefs) in a specific region and period. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

400 Senior Seminar in the Humanities (3:3)

Pr. admission to major

Online, capstone experience for majors. Students compile Web portfolio of work from classes in the major. Course serves as a method of assessment for majors. (Fall & Spring & Summer)

401 Individual Study (1–3)

Pr. admission to major, successful completion of one semester of course work at UNCG, and permission of an approved, cooperating instructor

Directed program of reading and/or research in the Humanities. Available to majors upon recommendation of an instructor and approval of the program directors. (Fall & Spring & Summer)