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Humanities and Philosophy Generic Syllabi

Humanities and Philosophy Generic Syllabi

A generic syllabus shows the general outline of a course; for the syllabus for specific section of a course, please contact the instructor.

The links below will take you to a web file of a generic syllabus; if you need a Microsoft Word file, please select the link that says Word file.


HUM 120 (HF 902) Western Culture and the Arts: Beginnings through the Middle Ages
(Word file HUM 120)

HUM 121 (HF 903) Western Culture and the Arts: Renaissance through the 20th Century
(Word file HUM 121)

HUM 122 (HF 901) Contemporary Culture and the Arts (formerly HUM 101)
(Word file HUM 122)

HUM 123 (F2 900) Introduction to Art (formerly HUM 103)
(Word file HUM 123)

HUM 125 (F1 900) Introduction to Music (formerly HUM 105)
(Word file HUM 125)

HUM 126 Introduction to Music Theater (formerly HUM 106)
(Word file HUM 126)

HUM 127 (H4 900) Introduction to Philosophy (formerly HUM 107)
(Word file HUM 127)

HUM 131 (F1 907) Introduction to Theater (formerly HUM 111)
(Word file HUM 131)

HUM 133 Introduction to Architecture (formerly HUM 113)
(Word file HUM 133)

HUM 140 (IAI H9 900) Introduction to Women's Studies
(Word file HUM 140)

HUM 141 Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
(Word file HUM 141)

HUM 142 (HF 907D) Women and Creativity
(Word file HUM 142)

HUM 160 (F2 905) Introduction to Film
(Word file HUM 160)

HUM 161 Global Cinema
(Word file HUM 161)

HUM 162 Film and Literature
(Word file HUM 162)

HUM 165 (IAI F1 903N) Introduction to World Music
(Word file HUM 165)

HUM 210 (H9 901) World Mythologies
(Word file HUM 210)

HUM 220 (HF 904N) Asian Humanities (formerly Non-Western Humanities)
(Word file HUM 220)

HUM 242 (IAI F2 907D) Women, Art, and Culture
(Word file HUM 242

HUM 260 (F2 908) Perspectives on Film
(Word file HUM 260)

HUM 290 Special Topics in Humanities Not currently offered
(Word file HUM 290)


PHL 105 (H4 906) Logic
(Word file PHL 105)

PHL 106 (H4 904) Ethics
(Word file PHL 106)

PHL 107 Business Ethics
(Word file PHL 107)

PHL 180 Medical Ethics
(Word file PHL 180)

PHL 200 Independent Study (no generic syllabus)

PHL 204 Environmental Ethics
(Word File PHL 204)

PHL 205 (H5 904N) World Religions
(Word file PHL 205)

PHL 215 (H4 903N) Asian Philosophy (formerly Non-Western Philosophy)
(Word file PHL 215)

PHL 230 (H4 901) Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (formerly PHL 120)
(Word file PHL 230)

PHL 231 (H4 902) Modern and Contemporary Philosophy (formerly PHL 121)
(Word file PHL 231)

PHL 240 (H4 905) Philosophy of Religion (formerly PHL 201)
(Word file PHL 240)

PHL 245 (H5 901) Foundational Religious Texts
(Word file PHL 245)

PHL 290 Special Topics in Philosophy
(Word file PHL 290)

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