2002-03 Bulletin
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HUMANITIES



 
Department
Members
Dan Lamberton, Director; Thomas Emmerson (Art), Marilynn Loveless (Communications), Nancy Cross (English), Robert Henderson (History), Jean-Paul Grimaud (Modern  Languages), __________ (Music), Linda  Emmerson (Philosophy), Dave Thomas (Theology).
 




The humanities major is an interdisciplinary program designed for those who want to study the themes and values of the humanities—in history, the visual arts, music, philosophy, religion, and literature—and who wish to tailor their major to meet their interests. It provides a choice of content areas for those interested in teaching. The humanities major also is excellent for preprofessional students, especially those planning to study business, medicine, or law. All humanities majors are required to take the GRE (general section). The first test is paid for by the student’s department of concentration.
 



The department offers these degrees and majors.

Degrees
* MAJOR IN HUMANITIES (Bachelor of Arts)
* CONCENTRATION: English
* CONCENTRATION: Fine Arts
* CONCENTRATION: History (12 quarter hours must be upper division)
* CONCENTRATION: Modern Languages
* CONCENTRATION: Philosophy
* CONCENTRATION: Religious Studies



Courses
* HUMANITIES (HMNT)