Humanities and Philosophy
Des Plaines, Skokie
Our department offers a wide range of classes in philosophy, film, women and gender studies, and interdisciplinary humanities. Many of our classes, in addition to fulfilling the humanities graduation requirements, also fulfill global studies and U.S diversity requirements. Find out more about our available classes by clicking the Summer 2019 Classes link on the left hand side of this page. By looking at our department schedule, you can find out what requirements different classes meet. By clicking on the name of the instructor, you can look at a brief biography. Any questions about humanities and philosophy can be answered by the department co-chair, Hollace Graff. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and her phone number is 847-376-7033. Of course, you should register through myOakton when you are ready!
Des Plaines, Skokie
Take Classes by Concentration
Here at Oakton, students have an excellent opportunity to study within a concentration while completing their degree. Students will receive recognition on their transcripts for completing one or more concentrations. These areas of study include the Honors, Peace and Social Justice, Women and Gender Studies, Great Books, Global Studies, and our newest Environmental Studies concentrations. Many humanities and philosophy classes fulfill one or more requirements for multiple concentrations at a time. More information about each concentration can be found under "Related Links" on the left hand side of this page. Be sure to check out what classes fit your concentration by searching under "Category" when registering for classes.
We wish to congratulate Kristin McCartney for her new position as Co-Coordinator of the Honors Program. Kristin has taught various humanities and philosophy classes such as Intro to Philosophy, Ethics, and Women & Creativity throughout her years of teaching at Oakton. She also has encouraged many students to learn more about social justice issues and aided their efforts to make positive changes in both their school and community as a former advisor of Students for Social Justice. We look forward to Kristin bringing her fresh ideas, meaningful concerns and great empathy to the program!