Humanities (6 hours)

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Humanities

Humanities courses develop our imaginative and analytical capacities through the use of texts from diverse times, cultures, philosophies and religions, and through the development of ideas by means of oral and written expression.  To understand what it means to be human, one must understand oneself in relation to others, reflect on ideas and presuppositions from one's own and other cultures, and respond creatively.

In addition to the courses listed below, the UCC Humanities requirement can be satisfied by taking a third semester of a foreign language or a course in Latin or Classical Greek.

Course ID
& Credit Hours
Course Title Type Syllabus Availability Description
AD 207A - 3 Introduction to Art History 1 Humanities None Spring Course Description
AD 207B - 3 Introduction to Art History II Humanities None Fall Course Description
AD 207C - 3 Introduction to Art History III Humanities None Fall Course Description
AD 358 - 3 Art of Small Scale Cultures Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall Course Description
AD 368 - 3 Pre-Columbian Art Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Unknown Course Description
CLAS 130A - 3 Elementary Classical Greek Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Unknown Course Description
CLAS 133A - 3 Elementary Latin Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Unknown Course Description
CLAS 230 - 3 Classical Mythology Humanities None Fall, Summer Course Description
CLAS 270 - 3 Greek Civilization Humanities None Fall Course Description
CLAS 271 - 3 Roman Civilization Humanities None Spring Course Description
CLAS 304 - 3 Ancient Philosophy Humanities None Spring Course Description
CLAS 315I - 3 to 9 Classical Themes and Contemporary Life: Seminar Series Humanities None Unknown Course Description
CP 358I - 3 Introduction to Peace Studies Humanities None Unknown Course Description
EA 102 - 3 East Asian Civilization Humanities None Unknown Course Description
ENGL 121 - 3 The Western Literary Tradition Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ENGL 121H - 3 The Western Literary Tradition Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ENGL 204 - 3 Literary Perspectives on the Modern World Humanities Syllabus Fall, Summer Course Description
ENGL 209 - 3 Introduction to Genre Humanities None Fall, Summer Course Description
GEOL 329H - 3 Geomythology Humanities None Fall, Summer Course Description
GEOL 329I - 3 Geomythology Humanities None Unknown Course Description
GER 101A - 4 German Language and Culture I Humanities None Fall Course Description
GER 101B - 4 German Language and Culture II Humanities None Spring Course Description
HIST 101A - 3 The History of World Civilization I - To Industrialization Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
HIST 101B - 3 The History of World Civilization II - Since the Age of Encounter Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
HIST 207A - 3 World History-From Pre-History Through the Fifteenth Century Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Summer Course Description
HIST 207B - 3 World History-Fifteenth Century to the Present Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Spring Course Description
HIST 358I - 3 Introduction to Peace Studies Humanities None Unknown Course Description
LING 200 - 3 Language, Society, and the Mind Humanities None Fall, Summer Course Description
MATH 300I - 3 History of Mathematics Humanities None Fall Course Description
PHIL 102 - 3 Introduction to Philosophy Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
PHIL 103A,B,C - 3,3,3 World Humanities Humanities None Unknown Course Description
PHIL 104 - 3 Ethics Humanities None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
PHIL 105 - 3 Elementary Logic Humanities None Fall, Spring Course Description
PHIL 303I - 3 Philosophy and the Arts Humanities None Unknown Course Description
PHIL 304 - 3 Ancient Philosophy Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall Course Description
PHIL 305A - 3 Modern Philosophy-Metaphysics and Epistemology Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall Course Description
PHIL 305B - 3 Modern Philosophy-Moral and Political Philosophy Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Spring Course Description
PHIL 307I - 3 Philosophy of Science, Nature and Technology Humanities None Fall, Spring Course Description
PHIL 309I - 3 Philosophy of Peace, Law, and Justice Humanities None Fall, Spring Course Description
PHIL 340 - 3 Ethical Theories Humanities
Advanced UCC Course
None Spring Course Description