Arts & Humanities
Courses in Art & Humanities involve a variety of subject matter including art, art history, theatre, film, the human condition and more.
Many subject areas draw upon arts and humanities in understanding basic developments and progression through time, including history, religion, communications and languages.
We offer several art courses, including ART111 - Drawing I. This course examines the fundamental principles of drawing and can serve as a prerequisite course for additional courses such as:
- Drawing II
- Art Independent Study
Students are given several opportunities to showcase their work.
Art History Courses
Students can study various subjects in Art History, including ARH101 - Pre-History to the Renaissance. This course focuses on paintings, drawings, sculptures, architecture and artistic expressions, and require no prerequisites. Other areas of study include:
- Renaissance to Contemporary
- Post WWII to Contemporary
- Art History 102 offered in Prague, Summer Session II
We offer a mix of several Arts & Humanities courses, including HUM250 - Ideas and Values in the Humanities. This course presents an historical analysis of the interrelationships of art, architecture, literature, music, and philosophy from the early civilizations to the Renaissance, including western and non-western cultures. Other courses include:
- Introduction to Cinema
- Contemporary Cinema
- Acting I & II
If you are interested in arts and humanities courses, you may also be interested in philosophy & religion or English.
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