2012-2013 CCBC College Catalog

Humanities

HUMN 110 – 2 Credits
Emerging Global Perspectives

Examines the development of globalization in the 20th and 21st centuries through a Humanities-based interdisciplinary approach. Course content examines the interplay of language, technology, commerce, and belief systems as reflected through literature, the arts, and religion. Students will also assess the role of current communications technologies in the development and evolution of cross-cultural dialogues.

Prerequisites: ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better and CSIT 101

HUMN 151 – 3 Credits
The Individual & The Community

NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 180 – 3 Credits
World Religion

Explores major world religions; emphasizes the traditions, scriptures, philosophies, forms of worship and artistic expressions of Hinduism, Buddhism, the traditional religions of China, and Islam as well as Christianity and Judaism. Topics and emphasis will vary and are announced for individual semester schedules. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 182 – 2 Credits
Coooperative Education I

NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 201 – 1 TO 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Ancient World

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from cultures of the ancient worlds of Europe and Asia. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 202 – 1 TO 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Global Culture

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from cultural contexts, including indigenous cultures, across the continents. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 203 – 1 TO 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Medieval, Renaissance and Early Modern Topics

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from medieval, reformation and renaissance or early modern European culture. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 204 – 1 TO 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Enlightenment 18th and 19th Century Topics

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from cultures of the Enlightenment era and/or the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 205 – 1 OR 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Twentieth Century Topics

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from cultures of the twentieth century. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 206 – 1 TO 3 Credits
Artifacts of Culture: Contemporary Topics-GL

Provides an intensive study of selected masterpieces, themes, or movement of art, music, literature, or architecture; focusing on topics drawn from contemporary cultural contexts. This course is a globally intensive course that promotes intercultural competency and global awareness. Successful completion of this course contributes toward the 15 credits of globally intensive curriculum needed to earn the certificate of Global Distinction. NOTE: Courses offered once a year (fall or spring).

HUMN 255 – 3 Credits
Bible as Literature

Surveys the major books of the Old and New Testaments from a historical and literary point of view; focuses on Biblical themes, characters, symbols, and archetypes that have had the most significant impact upon subsequent Western literature and art. NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 256 – 3 Credits
Religion and Culture

NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 262 – 2 Credits
Travel Study

NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 263 – 3 Credits
Travel Study

NOTE: Courses offered less than once a year.

HUMN 290 – 3 Credits
Studies in Humanities

Provides a series of team-taught, interdisciplinary studies in humanities enabling students to pursue systematic study of selected topics of special or unusual interest. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.