HCOLL 310

Humanities in Professional Life

College of Humanities

Course Description

This course helps students frame their humanities experience as professional preparation. Students will learn how to translate the unique value of their degree as they pursue a variety of professional paths. In short, this class will explore what a Humanities graduate can do and why humanistic study meets so many needs in the modern workplace. By focusing on core professional competencies, students will find ways to make their major coursework relevant to life after graduation.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

Grade Rule

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

Min

1

Fixed

1

Fixed

1

Fixed

0

Title

Understanding

Learning Outcome

Students will be understand the nature of the Humanities programs, what expectations are for them throughout their program, and what employment opportunities are available to Humanities graduates.