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Humanities

Degree Offered: Associate in Arts

Credits Required: 61/63 (2016-2017 Academic Year)

As a Humanities graduate, you are prepared to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a major such as communications, English, philosophy, and law.

In the Humanities, you will be creative and investigate the creativity of others. You may practice the many forms of written and oral communications, or you may study theater or music. You will develop the strong analytical skills that varied employers find valuable.

 

Program Outcomes:  

Graduates will be able to

  1. Conduct college-level, academic research by utilizing appropriate sources/resources to adequately substantiate/defend an established thesis statement.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of a culture or cultures other than their own.
  3. Produce grammatically sound writing that logically develops and organizes information and evidence.
  4. Deliver a unified speech to a peer group involving the presentation of research findings.

 

 

Curriculum - 1st Year

First Semester - 15 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
CIST 100Introduction to Information Tech 3.00
PSYC 101General Psychology 3.00
WRIT 101English Composition 3.00
 TAOC Category Five (HIST) - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Five or Six - 3 credits 

Second Semester - 15/16 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
LITR 210Concepts of Literature 3.00
MATH 126Statistics 4.00
 OR 
 TAOC Category Three - 3/4 credits 
 TAOC Category Five (HIST) - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Five (PSYC) - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Six - 3 credits 

Curriculum - 2nd Year

Third Semester - 16 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
SOCI 101Principles of Sociology 3.00
 TAOC Category Four - 4 credits 
 TAOC Category Five or Six - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Five or Six - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Six - 3 credits 

Fourth Semester - 15/16 Credits

CodeTitleCredits
COMM 201Public Speaking 3.00
 TAOC Category Three or Four - 3/4 credits 
 TAOC Category Five or Six - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Six - 3 credits 
 TAOC Category Six - 3 credits