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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

General Education Humanities (GE:HU) Course List


The courses listed below have been approved to carry the general education humanities (GE:HU) designation. Full course descriptions may be viewed by clicking on the course or by using the course  filter found on this page.

Additional courses may be approved through the campus approval process during fall semester and may be offered during spring semester of this academic year. To view these courses go to the What's New This Year?  section of this catalog.

COURSE (PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE) CREDITS DESIGNATION
ASIA 2010 - Great Books of Modern China   3 GE: HU
CLAS 1300 - Greek and Latin for Vocabulary Building   3
GE: HU
CLAS 1500 - Classical Mythology   3
GE: HU
CLAS 2000 - Introduction to Classics (Humanities)   3
GE: HU
CLAS 2220 - Great Works of Ancient Literature I: Greece   3 GE: HU
CLAS 2230 - Great Works of Ancient Literature II: Rome   3 GE: HU
CLAS 2400 - Women in Classical Antiquity   3 GE: HU
CLAS 2500 - Greek Tragedy in Translation   3 GE: HU
CLAS 3300 - Ancient Greek Culture and Civilization   3 GE: HU
CLAS 3400 - Roman Culture and Civilization: The Republic   3 GE: HU
CLAS 3405 - Roman Culture and Civilization: The Empire   3 GE: HU
CLAS 3410 - The Ancient City: Pompeii   3 GE: HU
CLAS 3600 - Greek and Roman Religions   3 GE: HU
CLAS 4521 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation   1 GE: HU
CLAS 4522 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation   2 GE: HU
CLAS 4523 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation   3 GE: HU
ENGL 1000 - Appreciating Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2000 - Interpreting Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2100 - Major British Writers   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2200 - Major American Writers   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2230 - Southern Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2400 - World Literature in English   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2420 - The Short Story   3 GE: HU
ENGL 2570 - The Supernatural   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3000 - History of British Literature to 1700   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3010 - History of British Literature, 1700-1900   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3020 - History of American Literature to 1900   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3070 - Shakespeare: The Histories   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3080 - Shakespeare: The Comedies   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3090 - Shakespeare: The Tragedies   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3240 - U.S. Latino/a Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3250 - Native American Literatures   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3260 - African American Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3280 - African Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3290 - Asian American Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3300 - Women and Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3330 - Early Twentieth-Century Drama   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3340 - Contemporary Drama   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3410 - Introduction to Poetry   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3460 - Topics in Literature and Mythology   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3470 - Topics in Popular Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3480 - Science Fiction   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3570 - American Folklore   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3600 - Classics from Homer to Dante   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3630 - The Bible as Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3640 - Literature and Religion   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3890 - Critical Writing   3 GE: HU
ENGL 3950 - Literature for Children   3
GE: HU
ENGL 4010 - Medieval Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4020 - Chaucer   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4030 - Milton   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4040 - Literature of the New World to 1820   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4050 - Prose and Poetry of the English Renaissance   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4100 - Seventeenth-Century Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4120 - Eighteenth-Century Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4150 - The Romantic Period   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4170 - Victorian Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4200 - American Literature, 1820-1865   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4230 - North Carolina Literature   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4250 - American Literature, 1865-1920   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4300 - Recent British and American Writers   3 GE: HU
ENGL 4340 - Ethnic American Literature   3 GE: HU
ETHN 2001 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies: Humanities   3 GE: HU
ETHN 3501 - Selected Topics in Ethnic Studies: US Perspective   3 GE: HU
ETHN 3504 - Selected Topics in Ethnic Studies: Global Perspective   3 GE: HU
ETHN 4000 - Seminar in Ethnic Studies   3 GE: HU
FILM 2900 - Introduction to Film Studies   3 GE: HU
FILM 3920 - Film Theory and Criticism   3 GE: HU
FILM 4910 - Survey of Film Styles and Movements   3 GE: HU
FILM 4920 - Cinematic Identities   3 GE: HU
FORL 1060 - Global Understanding Through Literature   3 GE: HU
FORL 1551 - Introduction to Russia: Land of the Firebird   3 GE:HU
FORL 1662 - Introduction to Hispanic Studies   3 GE: HU
FORL 2220 - Sci-Fi: East and West   3 GE:HU
FORL 2520 - French Cinema Classics   3 GE: HU
FORL 2600 - Literature in Translation: The Holocaust   3 GE: HU
FORL 2620 - French Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
FORL 2622 - Francophone Literature of the Americas in Translation   3 GE: HU
FORL 2624 - Francophone Literature of Africa in Translation   3 GE: HU
FORL 2660 - Spanish Literature in Translation   3
GE: HU
FORL 2661 - Latin American Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
FORL 2665 - Don Quixote   3 GE: HU
FORL 2666 - Latino Texts   3 GE: HU
FORL 2680 - German Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
FORL 2690 - Introduction to German Cinema   3 GE: HU
FORL 2760 - Special Topics in Hispanic Studies   3 GE: HU
FORL 3660 - Hispanic Women Writers   3 GE: HU
GERM 3420 - Culture of the German-Speaking World   3 GE: HU
GERM 3510 - Introduction to German Literature   3 GE: HU
GRBK 2000 - Introduction to the Great Books   3 GE: HU
GRBK 2010 - Great Books of Modern China   3 GE: HU
GRBK 2400 - Great Books of the Middle Ages and Renaissance   3 GE: HU
GRBK 2500 - Great Books of the Enlightenment   3
GE: HU
GRBK 2600 - Great Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries   3 GE: HU
GRBK 3001 - Great Books of Science   3 GE: HU
GRBK 4000 - Seminar in the Great Books   3 GE: HU
GRBK 4999 - Thesis in the Great Books   3 GE: HU
HNRS 2011 - Honors Seminar in the Humanities   3 GE: HU
HNRS 3011 - Honors Seminar in the Humanities   3 GE: HU
INTL 2003 - Introduction to Chinese Culture   3 GE: HU
INTL 2100 - Arts and Sciences Abroad: Humanities   3 GE: HU
INTL 2101 - Arts and Sciences Abroad: Humanities   6 GE: HU
ITAL 2220 - Italian Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
LING 2700 - Introduction to Language Studies   3 GE: HU
LING 2720 - Invented Languages   3 GE: HU
LING 2740 - Language in the USA   3 GE: HU
LING 3750 - Introductory Linguistics   3 GE: HU
MRST 2000 - Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Studies   3 GE: HU
MRST 2400 - Introduction to Medieval Studies   3 GE: HU
MRST 2500 - Introduction to Renaissance Studies   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1110 - Introduction to Philosophy   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1175 - Introduction to Ethics   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1176 - Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1180 - Introduction to Critical Reasoning   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1262 - Introduction to Philosophical Issues in Biology   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1263 - Introduction to Philosophical Issues in Psychology   3
GE: HU
PHIL 1275 - Contemporary Moral Problems   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1290 - Introduction to Philosophy of Religion   3 GE: HU
PHIL 1311 - Great Philosophers from Antiquity to the Present   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2261 - Introduction to Philosophy of Science   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2271 - Introduction to Philosophy of Art   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2274 - Business Ethics   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2275 - Professional Ethics   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2280 - Introduction to Philosophy of Sport   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2282 - Philosophy of Law   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2453 - Existentialism and Phenomenology   3 GE: HU
PHIL 2455 - Introduction to Africana Philosophy   3 GE: HU
PHIL 3281 - Introduction to Philosophical Ethics in the Health Care Professions   3
GE: HU
PHIL 3519 - Directed Readings   1
GE: HU
PHIL 3520 - Directed Readings   2 GE: HU
PHIL 3521 - Directed Readings   3 GE: HU
RELI 1000 - Introduction to Religious Studies   3 GE: HU
RELI 1500 - Use and Abuse of the Bible   3 GE:HU
RELI 1690 - World Religions   3 GE: HU
RELI 2340 - Religion and Science   3 GE: HU
RELI 2350 - Religion and Sexuality   3 GE: HU
RELI 2400 - Religion and Film   3 GE: HU
RELI 2500 - Study Abroad   6 GE: HU
RELI 2691 - Classical Islam   3 GE: HU
RELI 2692 - Buddhism   3 GE: HU
RELI 2693 - Hinduism   3 GE: HU
RELI 2694 - Indigenous Religions   3 GE: HU
RELI 2695 - Introduction to the Old Testament   3 GE: HU
RELI 2696 - Introduction to the New Testament   3 GE: HU
RELI 2697 - Judaism   3 GE:HU
RELI 3600 - Greek and Roman Religions   3 GE: HU
RELI 3690 - Women and Religion   3
GE: HU
RELI 3691 - Islam in the Modern World   3
GE: HU
RELI 3692 - Tibetan Religion and Culture   3 GE: HU
RELI 3694 - Religions of Africa   3 GE: HU
RELI 3698 - Mysticism   3 GE: HU
RELI 3700 - Religion and Social Issues   3 GE: HU
RELI 3796 - Paul and His Letters   3 GE: HU
RELI 3800 - Religion and Violence   3 GE: HU
RELI 3896 - Life and Teachings of Jesus   3 GE: HU
RELI 3930 - Directed Readings in Religious Studies   3 GE: HU
RUSI 2001 - Introduction to Russian Studies: Humanities   3 GE: HU
RUSS 2120 - Introduction to Russian Culture   3 GE: HU
RUSS 3220 - Nineteenth Century Russian Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
RUSS 3221 - Twentieth Century Russian Literature in Translation   3 GE: HU
RUSS 3230 - Russian and Soviet Film   3 GE: HU
SPAN 3550 - Introduction to Cultural Analysis   3 GE: HU