Humanities 201-202 is designed to assist students to:
- Identify works of art, music, and literature of Western and non-Western cultures from ancient times through the 20th Century;
- Provide opportunities for students to perceive and to analyze characteristics of works of art, music, and literature of western and non-western cultures from Ancient Times through the 20th Century;
- Demonstrate how human knowledge is interrelated domains of thought rather than a series of specialized subjects;
- Enhance opportunities for students to evaluate how men and women of diverse origins have formed their personal beliefs and values.
Humanities 201 Honors and 202 Honors is designed to:
- Provide opportunities for students to engage in challenging academic experiences through stimulating discussions, critical thinking, free inquiry and investigation;
- Assist students in perceiving and analyzing the elements of our value system in terms of individual and collective needs;
- Enhance opportunities for first-hand experiences in the arts (and in science as it pertains to the arts);
- Demonstrate how knowledge is interrelated domains of thought rather than a disconnected series of specialized subjects.
Students attend lectures, special art exhibits, and dramatic and musical presentations both on and off campus.