IHUM 250

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Humanities

Comparative Arts and Letters College of Humanities

Course Description

Major literary, artistic, and musical forms and their use in the interdisciplinary study of aesthetics and culture and intellectual history. May include International Cinema.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

Grade Rule

Grade Rule 8: A, B, C, D, E, I (Standard grade rule)

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

0.5

Title

Artifact Production Methodologies and Techniques

Learning Outcome

Broaden and deepen your knowledge of methods, techniques, and approaches used in the production of artistic artifacts

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Writing Exercises

Learning Outcome

Improve your writing skills through directed exercises

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Individual Counseling

Learning Outcome

Receive individualized counseling and direction for your Interdisciplinary Humanities major

Title

Critical Thinking and Analysis

Learning Outcome

Sharpen your analytical and critical thinking skills

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Vocabulary and Technical Terminology

Learning Outcome

Master vocabulary and technical terms used in the analysis of a variety of artistic artifacts

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Close Reading Skills

Learning Outcome

Learn and practice close reading skills for various disciplines in the humanities