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Humanities & Social Sciences Division

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Humanities and Social Sciences Division within the School of Arts & Sciences is comprised of faculty from various disciplines who deliver a broad set of courses within the Arts & Sciences core curriculum, including Philosophy, Art history, World Cultures and Public Speaking.

Minor in Humanities:

The Minor in Humanities allows students to explore the general field of subjects classified under the category of “Humanities”, but also requires them to investigate different subject areas in order to understand the importance of the humanities.

Courses which satisfy the International Studies Core may not be used to complete the minor in Humanities.

Students must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours from the following list of courses and satisfy each category requirement:

Category

Courses

Credit Hours

Philosophy

Choose from PHIL 310, PHIL 320

3

Literature

Choose from ENGL 211, 212, 221, 222, 231, 232, 305, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, MEST 317

3

Philosophy

 

3

Arts

Choose from ARTS 200, 201, 202, 203, 215, MEST 329, VCDM 305

3

Music

WLDC 250

3

Total Minor Requirements

15

FACULTY

Associate Professor of Social Sciences
Deniz Gökalp
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Coordinator of Humanities and Social Sciences and Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies
Ioannis Ramos
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Assistant Professor of History
James Lockhart
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Assistant Professor of Humanities
Loulou Malaeb
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Assistant Professor of Humanities
Sandra Alexander
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Assistant Professor of Art History
Sarah Schell
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Associate Professor of Cultural Studies
Shane Brennan
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Adjunct Instructor in Spanish
Rocío Amores
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Assistant Professor of Psychology
Viola Weber
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