Course CostSemester: Spring 2020
Credit Hours: 3.0
Some sections may include additional fees
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This is a broad course which introduces students to a view of their inherited culture through the examination of literature, art, music, architecture, philosophy, drama, film, and religion. The emphasis is twofold: on cultural history and on the present in a civilized society. Students will critique and assess the meaning, purpose or function of major artworks. Materials are organized in terms of issues and ideas.
Note: Participation in this course may include field trips which require admission fees.
IAI: HF 900.
|Status||Days||Times||Location||Instructor||Meeting Times||Duration||Books / Materials||Ticket #||CRN|
|Reg Closed||TTh||8:00am-9:15am||Kearns||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||MW||9:30am-10:45am||Lawler||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||TTh||9:30am-10:45am||Unruh||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||MW||11:00am-12:15pm||Ellsworth||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||TTh||11:00am-12:15pm||McBrady||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||MW||12:30pm-1:45pm||Lawler||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||MW||2:00pm-3:15pm||Lathan||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||TTh||2:00pm-3:15pm||Lathan||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Reg Closed||T||6:30pm-9:15pm||Ellsworth||Evening Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
Online instruction is delivered 100 percent via the Internet through use of the college's learning management system. Any proctored testing requirements are indicated.