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HUMX 1100 - Intro to Humanities

This introductory course explores the impact of the humanities on people's lives. Emphasis is placed on understanding an artist's message as expressed through music, art, architecture, literature, and film. The course also focuses on the common bonds of humanity. (3 contact hours) (OT36) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Type Seats Days Times
/ Days
Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
30250

LECTURE
LECTURE
1
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:30 AM-10:45 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2021
/ MAIN
Cicora
, D
3
30251

LECTURE
LECTURE
8
M
T
W
R
F
S
09:30 AM-10:45 AM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2025
/ MAIN
Graves
, K
3
30252

LECTURE
LECTURE
7
M
T
W
R
F
S
12:30 PM-01:45 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2025
/ MAIN
Foust
, W
3
30253

LECTURE
LECTURE
9
M
T
W
R
F
S
11:00 AM-12:15 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2022
/ MAIN
Cicora
, D
3
30254

LECTURE
LECTURE
8
M
T
W
R
F
S
11:00 AM-12:15 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2012
/ MAIN
Dailey
, J
3
30370

ONLINE
ONLINE
2
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Dailey
, J
3
30383

ONLINE
ONLINE
1
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Dailey
, J
3
30384

ONLINE
ONLINE
3
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Dailey
, J
3
30935

ONLINE
ONLINE
4
- -

-
P1
1/13-3/08
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Dailey
, J
3
31482

LECTURE
LECTURE
17
M
T
W
R
F
S
05:30 PM-07:05 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
P12
2/10-5/10
A2023
/ MAIN
D'Apice
, D
3
30405

ONLINE
ONLINE
FULL
- -

-
P2
3/16-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Palermo
, A
3
 

HUMX 1300 - Choices in Contemp. Society

This course specializes in the art of being human, emphasizing the issue of self-interest versus social concern. Students will examine various theories of love, morality, happiness, the changing roles of men and women, and the American family through the exploration of literature, music, film, and the visual arts. (3 contact hours) (OT36) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Type Seats Days Times
/ Days
Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
30255

ONLINE
ONLINE
5
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Palermo
, A
3
31514

LECTURE
LECTURE
4
M
T
W
R
F
S
11:00 AM-12:15 PM

M
T
W
R
F
S
F
1/13-5/10
A2025
/ MAIN
Davenport
, W
3
 

HUMX 1500 - Dream Quest

This course will examine the significance and meaning of dreams in various cultures and time periods. Once earlier interpretations and perspectives have been assessed, students will study dream theories of psychologists with a focus on those of Freud and Jung. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in personal 'dream work', and the chance to interpret dreams for themselves. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Type Seats Days Times
/ Days
Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
30925

ONLINE
ONLINE
4
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Palermo
, A
3
 

HUMX 1600 - World Mythology

This course introduces students to the nature of myth, exploring how cultures use traditional narratives to define their world and affirm shared values. Though the myths of various civilizations (Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Norse, etc.) will be studied, the course will emphasize common elements of mythological structures and how they continue to shape contemporary culture. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Type Seats Days Times
/ Days
Dates
Room / Campus
Room / Faculty
Instructor Cr
30912

ONLINE
ONLINE
3
- -

-
F
1/13-5/10
ONLINE
/ MAIN
Palermo
, A
3

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