Regulations effective September 1, 2015.
Athabasca University has developed program learning outcomes that describe the career options that may be available to you upon graduating. Students complete the program regulations in effect at the time of their enrolment.
Students completing the Humanities Concentration will possess:
Students who have any doubt about their essay writing, critical thinking, or library research skills are strongly advised to take one or more of the following courses at the outset of their university studies: ENGL 255, PHIL 252, INFS 200.
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For specific degree requirements view each program page.
Requirements in addition to the general program requirements for the 3-year BA with Concentration:
|HUMN/HIST/CLAS 309||Ancient Greece||(3)|
|HUMN/HIST/RELS 313||Early Christians||(3)|
|ARHI 201/HIST 203||A Survey of Western Art I: Looking at Art from Ancient Times to the Middle Ages||(3)|
|ARHI 202/HIST 204||A Survey of Western Art II: Looking at Art from the Renaissance to Present Day||(3)|
|ENGL 303||A History of Drama Part I: Early Stages||(3)|
|ENGL 304||A History of Drama Part II: Modernist Theatre||(3)|
|HIST 371||Early Medieval Europe, 400 – 1000||(3)|
|HIST 372||High Medieval Europe (Medieval World II)||(3)|
|HIST 373||The Renaissance||(3)|
|HIST 374||The Northern Renaissance and the Reformation||(3)|
|HIST 404||Historical Foundations of Modern Science||(3)|
|PHIL 371||Ethics, Science, Technology, and the Environment||(3)|
|RELS 204||Introduction to World Religions||(6)|
|ANTH 320||Ancient Civilizations||(3)|
|ENGL||All courses (except all preparatory, 100-level English courses)|
|FREN 363||Le roman français du XXe siècle||(3)|
|MUSI 267||Sound and Sense: Listening to Music||(3)|
Information effective Sept. 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2016.
Updated January 04 2016 by laurab