Jul 14, 2020  
Traditional Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
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COR 3093 Honors: Integrated Humanities I

Three hours
A six-hour course sequence studying the development of human thought and expression from the perspective of the arts, literature, and philosophy. Using a basically chronological approach, students study the dominant art forms in their philosophical contexts, seeking to develop an integrated understanding of human history and the relationship between ideas and the arts. Students are exposed to the writings of important philosophers, and great works of literature and the visual arts. The course requires participation in relevant arts activities in the surrounding area, and students are encouraged to support and become involved in community arts programs as a means of developing a lifelong commitment to the arts. COR 3093 and COR 4093  together substitute for three requirements in the Core Curriculum (Masterpieces of Literature, The Arts Group, and the Philosophy Group). If a student completes only one of the courses, the course will count for one of the three requirements.

Prerequisites: admission to Honors Program or Honors Committee approval, junior standing, EGL 1023 , HST 1013 , and HST 1023  (or Honors counterparts)
Offered fall semester (even-numbered years)