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Athabasca University

Humanities Minor

Regulations effective September 1, 2016.

Total Number of Required Credits: 30, of which 15 must be at the senior (300 of 400) level.

Required Courses

Elective Courses

(15 credits, to be selected from this list or from the above list of required courses)

ANTH 275 Faces of Culture: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANTH 277 The Archaeology of Ancient Peoples (3)
ANTH 320 Ancient Civilizations (3)
ANTH 354 Language and Culture (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)
CMNS 302 Communication in History (3)
CMNS 401 Cultural Policy in Canada (3)
CMNS 423 The Television Age (3)
ENGL 303 A History of Drama Part I: Early Stages (3)
ENGL 304 A History of Drama Part II: Modernist Theatre (3)
ENGL 373 Film and Literature (3)
ENGL 401 The Faust Theme (3)
ENGL 423 Advanced Literary Theory (3)
GLST 308 Americas: An Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean (3)
HIST 215 Europe: Ancient to Early Modern (3)
HIST 216 Europe: 1618 – 1939: From the Thirty Years' War to the Age of Dictators (3)
HIST 371 Early Medieval Europe, 400 – 1000 (3)
HIST 372 High Medieval Europe, 1000 – 1350 (3)
HIST 373 The Renaissance (3)
HIST 374 The Northern Renaissance and the Reformation (3)
HIST 404 Historical Foundations of Modern Science (3)
HUMN/CLAS/HIST 309 Ancient Greece (3)
HUMN/MUSI 315 Popular Music: Blues to Big Bands, 1900-1940 (3)
HUMN/MUSI 317 Popular Music: From Swing to the Counter-Culture, 1940-1970 (3)
HUMN/MUSI 310 Western Music I: Beginnings to Baroque (3)
HUMN/MUSI 420 Anglo-American Popular Music Before 1914 (3)
HUMN/MUSI 421 The Folk Music Revival I: Before 1945 (3)
HUMN/MUSI 423 Advanced Studies in Popular Music (3)
INST 203 Indigenous Studies I (3)
MUSI 267 Sound and Sense: Listening to Music (3)
PHIL 231 Introduction to Philosophy: West and East (3)
PHIL 342 Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Philosophy (3)
PHIL 371 Ethics, Science, Technology and the Environment (3)
POLI 355 Political Philosophy: Plato to Machiavelli (3)
POLI 357 Political Philosophy: Hobbes to Human Rights (3)
RELS 204 Introduction to World Religions (6)
WGST 266 Thinking from Women’s Lives: An Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)
WGST 333 Goddess Mythology, Women’s Spirituality, and Ecofeminism (3)

 

Information effective Sept. 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2017.

Updated January 05 2017 by laurab

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