HUMA 1010 - Introduction to the Humanities
3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours
This course is a genre-based introduction to the humanities and the fine arts. The student will explore the six major means of artistic expression within the fine arts: painting, literature, drama, film, photography, and sculpture. The course focuses on an understanding of the genre itself as well as the various critical theories that apply to the fine arts, including but not necessarily limited to mimesis, formalism, didacticism, and postmodernism. Field trips are required in the course. Required Prerequisite(s): Placement in WRIT0090 or higher; students placed in READ0080 cannot enroll in HUMA1010 until they have completed their reading course.
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HUMA 1030 - Leadership and the Classics
3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours
This course is designed to provide learners with a fundamental awareness of leadership qualities and to help identify their personal leadership philosophies. The course is an interdisciplinary study that explores the relationships that exist among philosophy, history, meta-history, literature, drama, film, and visual art as they reveal examples of and standards for leadership. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
HUMA 1999 - Elective Humanities
1 Credits; 1 Lecture Hours
This course is used for transfer purposes only. may be used more than once.Availability | Similar | Syllabus
HUMA 2999 - Special Topics Humanities
1 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours
This course enables faculty members in Humanities to present various topics of current interest to students throughout the college on a limited basis. The course may involve participation in required field trips. Course may be repeated on different topic. The course may be offered twice before it must be discontinued or added to the curriculum via the required Curriculum Committee process. The course meets the humanities elective requirements in most NC State's degree programs. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
HUMA 9150 - Leadership and the Classics
2 Credits; 2 Lecture Hours
Leadership and the Classics (HUMA9150) is designed to help learners identify leadership qualities and to help identify their personal leadership philosophies. The course is an interdisciplinary study that explores the relationships that exist among philosophy, drama, film, literature, and visual art as they reveal examples of and standards for leadership. Bridge course from Quarter to Semester. Availability | Similar | Syllabus
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