Humanities Interdisciplinary Concentration

Contact

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
CLASS Dean's Office, Foy Fine Arts Building
(912) 478-2527

Concentration Program

Select six (3 credit hours) courses, with at least three different prefixes, from the following list. At least five of these courses (15 credit hours) for the concentration must be upper division (3000 or above). Courses may be selected from the list of courses below approved for the concentration. Other courses may be approved by the student's advisor in consultation with the Associate Dean of CLASS.

Credit Hours
Select 18 credit hours from the following: 18
African Art History
African American Art History
American Art History
Art and Architecture of the Ancient World
Medieval Art History
Italian Renaissance Art History
Baroque and Rococo Art History
19th Century Art History
20th Century Art History
Contemporary Art History
Survey of African-American Literature
Women and Literature
Patterns in Film and Literature
The British Novel
Chaucer
The American Novel
Shakespeare
Single Author
Literature by Women
Documentary Film
Art of Film
Classicism (only one 2000-level course may be included)
Myth in Arts and Humanities (only one 2000-level course may be included)
History of Music I
History of Music II
Music in the Classic Period
Music in the Romantic Period
Music in the Contemporary Period
History of Opera
Jazz History
World Religions
Philosophy of Art
Ancient Philosophy
Modern Philosophy
Nineteenth Century European Philosophy
Contemporary Philosophy
Theory of Knowledge
Metaphysics
Existentialism
Feminist Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion
History of Religion in the U.S.
The Early Church
The Muslim World to Tamerlane
The Muslim World Since Genghis Khan
Introduction to the Hebrew Bible
Christian Europe 450-1750
The Reformation
The Bible as Literature
African American Theatre
Irish Theatre
Theatre History I: Origins to 1700
Theatre History II: 1700 to Contemporary
Seminar: World Theatre
Total Credit Hours18