Associate in Arts

HUmanities Appreciation

This list constitutes courses that meet the Humanities Appreciation requirement in the new Associate in Arts degree being implemented in Fall 2014

ARAB 101 - Elementary Modern Arabic I
4-5 credits. 4-5 hours. (Lecture 4-5 hours.)
A practical beginning course in speaking and understanding modern Arabic.
Proper pronunciation, words and structures used in daily conversation
Social conventions and Arabic culture necessary for interpersonal
communication with native speakers of contemporary Arabic.

ART 108 - Survey of Art
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
A brief history of the Visual Arts, including painting drawing, sculpture and
architecture. Global cultures from prehistoric times through present day will
be covered.

ART 150 - History of Art I
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Historical events and their influence on the development of architecture,
painting, and sculpture from prehistoric times through the medieval periods
in Western Civilization.

ART 151 - History of Art II
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Western civilization through the historical developments and relationships of
architecture, painting, and sculpture from the Renaissance to present day.

CHIN 101 - Elementary Chinese I
4-5 credits. 4-5 hours. (Lecture 4-5 hours.)
An introduction to Chinese. Course develops basic communication skills:
Listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Informal study of the culture of
Chinese-speaking countries.

FREN 101 - Elementary French I
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
An introduction to French. Develop basic communication skills (listening,
reading, writing, and speaking). Informal study of the culture of French speaking countries.

FREN 102 - Elementary French II
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
Prerequisite: FREN 101.
Grammar essentials. Develop communication skills (listening, reading,
writing, and speaking). Informal study of the culture of French-speaking
countries.

FREN 203 - Intermediate French I
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: FREN 102.
Advanced grammar. Continued development of communication skills with
emphasis on reading, writing and speaking. French is the language of
instruction.

FREN 204 - Intermediate French II
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: FREN 203.
A continuation of French 203. Advanced grammar. Continued development
of communication skills with emphasis on reading, writing and speaking.
French is the language of instruction.

GERM 101 - Elementary German
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
Introduction to speaking, reading, and writing German.

GERM 102 - German II
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
Prerequisite: GERM 101.
Grammar essentials. Introduction to German culture and history.

GERM 203 - Intermediate German I
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours)
Prerequisite: GERM 201
Advanced grammar. Continued development of communication skills with emphasis on reading, writing and speaking. German is the language of instruction.

GERM 204 - Intermediate German II
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: GERM 203.
Continuation of Germ 203. Advanced grammar. Continued development
of communication skills with emphasis on reading, writing and speaking.
German is the language of instruction.

MUSI 108 - Music Appreciation
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
This course will introduce the student to the aesthetics of music through the
study of musical eras including the Middle Ages through 20th century and
music genres through vocal and instrumental mediums.

SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
An introduction to Spanish. Develop basic communication skills (listening,
reading, writing, and speaking). Study of the culture of Spanish-speaking
countries.

SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II
5 credits. 5 hours. (Lecture 5 hours.)
Prerequisites: Spanish 101 or Spanish 111 or appropriate placement score.
Develop communication skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking). Study
of the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish I
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or appropriate placement score.
Continued development of communication skills with emphasis on reading,
writing and speaking. Study of Spanish-speaking cultures. Spanish is the language of instruction

SPAN 204 - Intermediate Spanish II
3 credits. 3 hours. (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisite: SPAN 203 or appropriate placement score.
Advanced grammar. Continued development of communication skills with emphasis on reading, writing and speaking. Current topics in the Spanish speaking world. Spanish is the language of instruction.

THEA 106 - Theater Appreciation
3 credits. 3 hours (Lecture 3 hours.)
Prerequisites: ENGL 30/90 or appropriate placement test score.
Theater Appreciation is an overview of theater from the playgoer's perspective. The course will include a discussion of theater as a composite art form, investigate theater practices that relate to audiences, and examine the function of the playwright, actor, director, designer, and others in relationship to the creation of a theatrical production.

Last Modified: 9/18/14