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COLLEGE OF ALAMEDA: PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES WHY STUDY THE HUMANITIES ?. 1. Explore the aesthetics of everyday life. 2. Examine diverse forms of play, creativity, and innovation around the world. 3. Integrate knowledge across disciplines to increase self-awareness and cultural competence.

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Art1 introduction to art history

COLLEGE OF ALAMEDA: PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

WHY STUDY THE HUMANITIES?

1. Explore the aesthetics of everyday life

2. Examine diverse forms of play, creativity, and innovation around the world

3. Integrate knowledge across disciplines to increase self-awareness and cultural competence

DANCE

and related

courses

ANTH3:

Cultural Anthropology

MUS15:

Jazz, Blues, and Popular Music

COMM1:

Introduction to Speech

ART1:

Introduction to Art History

POSCI4:

Political Theory

HUM2:

Human Values

(FLOWERS)

HUM13A:

Myth, Symbol, Folklore

(ERET)

Recommended Requirements:

ENG201B:

Preparation for

Reading & Composition

Intended Roles:

1. Transfer Student

2. Teacher/Educator

3. Folklorist/Ethnographer

4. Writer/Journalist/Poet

5. Performer/Artist/Leader

6. Filmmaker/Producer

7. Social Worker/Activist

HUM15:

Popular Culture

(ERET)

HUM40:

World Religions

HUM1:

Introduction to the Humanities

(ERET)

HUM3:

Future Studies

(Technology &

Culture)

HUM13B:

Myth, Symbol, Folklore

(Part 1I)

PHIL1:

Introduction to Philosophy

HIST7A:

History of the United States

PROGRAM: HUMANITIES

PHIL10:

Logic

SOCI:

Introduction to Sociology

PSY1A/B:

Introduction to Psychology

MATH24:

Math for Liberal Arts Students

= Courses Offered in Fall 2009/Spring 2010

= Related Courses

NOTE: You may take any course out of sequence.

HUM1 centers around play & performance,

HUM13A/B around storytelling, and

HUM15 around media & globalization.

= Courses Possibly Offered in Fall 2010 or later


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