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Fall 2007

Humanities

305 Carlisle Hall • Box 19527 • 817-272-2764 • www.uta.edu/philosophy/huma
Course Descriptions

The humanities disciplines are broadly concerned with human thought and culture, and include anthropology, art and art history, classical studies, English, modern and ancient languages, history, linguistics, music, philosophy, social and political theory, theatre arts, and women’s studies. The minor in Humanities includes courses taught by members of these various departments in the College of Liberal Arts.

Students seeking the minor in Humanities should first consult with advisors in their departments or programs for approval of the minor, then with the undergraduate humanities advisor in the Department of Philosophy and Humanities. A minor in Humanities consists of 18 hours of courses in at least three of the humanities disciplines listed above; six of the 18 hours must consist of courses selected from the following list of foundational, integrative, or methodological courses in the humanities or from other approved humanities courses: ART 2300, 3300, 4301 (WOMS 4301), ANTH 3331, 3336, CLAS 2307 (WOMS 2307), 3310, 3320, ENGL 3361, 4301, HIST 3300, HUMA 2301, 3301, 4301, 4302, LING 2301, 3311, 4317, 4330, MUSI 2300, 3300* (*presupposes the student can read music), PHIL 2300, 3307, POLS 3310, 4322, 4323 (WOMS 4323), SOCI 3353, 4311, WOMS 2310.

Humanities

Advisor

Professor Bradshaw


Humanities (HUMA)

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