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3 credit hours

  • Africana Studies 1110
  • American Studies 1150
  • Chicana and Chicano Studies 2110
  • Classics 1110, 2110, 2120
  • Comparative Literature 222, 224
  • English 1410, 2650, 2660
  • Film and Digital Media Arts 1520
  • Geography 1175
  • History 1110, 1120, 1150, 1160, 1170, 1180
  • Modern Language 1110
  • Native American Studies 1150
  • Philosophy 1115, 2210, 2225
  • Religion 1110, 2110, 2120
  • University Honors 121, 122, 205

I will tell you something about stories,
[he said]
They aren't just entertainment.
Don't be fooled.
They're all we have, you see.
All we have to fight off illness and death.
You don't have anything
if you don't have the stories.
Their evil is mighty,
but it can't stand up to our stories.

Leslie Marmon Silko, Ceremony
  • Explore how individuals and diverse societies, past and present, make meaning and assign value.
  • Explain how histories, cultural works, languages and ideas shape diverse communities and relations between them
  • Design ways of understanding diverse human experiences, including conflict and inequality, by examining cultural records
  • Identify and analyze the sources of particular claims about human experience

Courses

Course NumberNameDescription
AFST 1110 Introduction to Africana Studies
AMST 1150 Introduction to SW Studies
CCST 2110 Intro to Chicana & Chicano Studies
CLST 1110 Greek Mythology
CLST 2110 Greek Civilization
CLST 2120 Roman Civilization
COMP 222Fairy and Folk Tales
COMP 224 Lit Questions
ENGL 1410 Introduction to Literature
ENGL 2650 World Literature I
ENGL 2660 World Literature II
GEOG 1175 World Regions
HIST 1110 United States History I
HIST 1120 United States History II
HIST 1150 Western Civilization I
HIST 1160 Western Civilization II
HIST 1170 Survey of Early Latin America
HIST 1180 Survey of Modern Latin America
MLNG 1110 Approaches to Languages and Cultures
NATV 1150 Introduction to Native American Studies
PHIL 1115 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2210 Early Modern Philosophy
PHIL 2225 Greek Thought
RELG 1110 Introduction to World Religions
RELG 2110 Eastern Religions
RELG 2120 Western Religions
UHON 121 Legacy Seminar
UHON 122 Legacy Seminar
UHON 205 Seminar in Humanities in Society & Culture