A Humanities minor is designed for students who wish to broaden and deepen their understanding and skills in selected areas of the traditional liberal arts.
- HUMN courses emphasize analysis, history and theory of a subject;
- practicums, workshops, internships, studio and applied courses are usually not applicable;
- students should seek prior approval of the program coordinator for course selections.
|Required Courses–in addition to courses used for GECRs||20|
|Choose from at least two of these areas: Fine Arts—Literature—Philosophy|
|Select 5 credits, elective, in one of the three areas listed above or in another area of study (e.g., social sciences)|
|At least 10 credits must be at the 300-level or above|
|No more than 10 credits may be counted from any one department except HUMN|