Courses

Courses

  • HUM 515 Seminar (3 per semester, maximum of 9) May be repeated for credit.
    • Unit A. Art History (3) Study of sources and documents, style analysis, iconography, criticism, interpretation, and social context of art, within a selected chronological period.
    • Unit B. History. (3) Study of a particular historical period or theme, emphasizing critical use of sources, interpretive approaches, and theories.
    • Unit C. Literature (3) Study of a period, form, author, or idea and/or investigation of a fundamental problem in literary aesthetics or theory.
    • Unit D. Music History and Analysis (3) Study of a period, style, composer, or genre and/or investigation of problems in the aesthetics or history of music.
    • Unit E. Philosophy (3) Detailed investigation of a period of philosophy, e.g., ancient, contemporary, or of a fundamental problem, e.g., mind, language, ethics, logic.
    • Unit F. Communications (3) Study of an issue, genre, or development in media, their social/cultural context, or communications theory.
    • Unit G. Writing (3) Investigation and application of one or more genres or composition theory.
  • ART H 423 Studies in Italian Renaissance Art (3)
    • HUM 500 RESEARCH METHODS AND SCHOLARLY INQUIRY IN THE HUMANITIES (3)
    • HUM 560 A CAPSTONE COURSE IN INTERDISCIPLINARY THEORY AND RESEARCH (3). Prerequisite: HUM 500
    • HUM 580 THE MASTER’S PRODUCTION (1-6)
    • HUM 515 Seminar (3 per semester, maximum of 9) May be repeated for credit.
      • Unit A. Art History (3) Study of sources and documents, style analysis, iconography, criticism, interpretation, and social context of art, within a selected chronological period.
      • Unit B. History. (3) Study of a particular historical period or theme, emphasizing critical use of sources, interpretive approaches, and theories.
      • Unit C. Literature (3) Study of a period, form, author, or idea and/or investigation of a fundamental problem in literary aesthetics or theory.
      • Unit D. Music History and Analysis (3) Study of a period, style, composer, or genre and/or investigation of problems in the aesthetics or history of music.
      • Unit E. Philosophy (3) Detailed investigation of a period of philosophy, e.g., ancient, contemporary, or of a fundamental problem, e.g., mind, language, ethics, logic.
      • Unit F. Communications (3) Study of an issue, genre, or development in media, their social/cultural context, or communications theory.
      • Unit G. Writing (3) Investigation and application of one or more genres or composition theory.
    • ART H 423 Studies in Italian Renaissance Art (3)
    • ART H 429 Studies in Baroque Art (3)
    • ART H 435 Studies in Modern Art (3)
    • CMLIT 470 The Modern Novel (3)
    • CMLIT 488 Modern Continental Drama (3)
    • CMLIT 489 Contemporary World Fiction (3)
    • ENGL 415 Advanced Nonfiction Writing (3)
    • ENGL 420 Writing for the Web (3)
    • ENGL 421 Advanced Expository Writing (3)
    • ENGL 424 Creative Writing and the Natural World (3)
    • ENGL 427 Topics in Jewish American Literature (3)
    • ENGL 431 Black American Writers (3)
    • ENGL 432 The American Novel to 1900 (3)
    • ENGL 438 American Drama (3)
    • ENGL 444 Shakespeare (3)
    • ENGL 453 Victorian Novel (3)
    • ENGL 469 Slavery and the Literary Imagination (3)
    • ENGL 470 Rhetorical Theory and Practice (3)
    • ENGL 486 The World Novel in English (3)
    • ENGL 489 British Women Writers (3)
    • ENGL 492 American Women Writers (3)
    • ENGL 507 English Composition Studies (3)
    • ENGL 553 Literacy Studies (3)
    • ENGL 584 Studies in Rhetoric (3)
    • I HUM 410 Religion and Culture (3)
    • I HUM 430 Philosophy and Literature (3)
    • I HUM 460 Thematic Studies (3)
    • I HUM 461 Selected Periods in Humanities (3)
    • L A 499 Foreign Study--Liberal Arts (3)
    • PHIL 455 Topics in Modern Philosophy (3)
    • RL ST 422 Religion and American Culture (3)
    • THEA 405 Theatre History: American Theatre (3)
    • HUM 525 STUDIES IN AESTHETICS (3)
    • HUM 530 SEMINAR IN COMPARATIVE ARTS (3 credits per semester, maximum of 9)
    • HUM 535 TOPICS IN CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY (3 credits per semester, maximum of 9)
    • HUM 550 JUNIOR COLLEGE TEACHING INTERNSHIP (3). (Credits not applicable toward graduation) Prerequisite: HUM 500, HUM 560, 12 additional graduate credits
    • HUM 590 COLLOQUIUM (1-3)
    • HUM 596 INDIVIDUAL STUDIES (1-9)
    • HUM 597 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-9)

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