HUM 100 - Intro to the Humanities
Studies the foundations of civilization and culture in the Western world. Looks at classical Greece and Rome, the drama, art, architecture and philosophy. Explores cultural contributions of an essentially Christian society through the Baroque period, as well as secular culture of the Enlightenment period in Europe and its continuing influence on the industrial and scientific ages' art, music, literature, and cinema. Although generally the course is narrative, outside cultural activities may take students forward or backward in their exploration of Western artistic, political, social and economic heritage. (Arts and Humanities elective)
Co-requisite: NONE
Prerequisite: NONE
Credits: 3(Lec: 3)
School: School of Liberal Arts
Department: Humanities
Attributes: General Elective





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