Interdisciplinary Humanities

Interdisciplinary Humanities
Hours56 - 87 Credit Hours
MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

requirement 6
Complete one upper-division foreign language course selected from the approved course list available in the College of Humanities Advisement Center.
Complete IHum 311: Advanced Writing in Comparative Arts and Humanities or another GE-approved Advanced Written and Oral Communication course.
requirement 9 Complete 1 option
Note: Students taking the internship course (IHum 399R) will work with the IHum internship coordinator and a mentoring professor; students choosing one of the other alternatives must gain approval from the section head.
option 9.1 Complete 1 course
Work with the IHum internship coordinator and a mentoring professor to complete one to three credit hours of the following:
option 9.2
An equivalent type of experiential learning opportunity such as Study Abroad, field studies, ORCA fellowships, or Honors thesis.
requirement 10 Complete 1 option
Complete 12 hours in one of the following tracks as approved by a faculty advisor. At least 6 of the 12 hours must be from upper division courses.
option 10.2 Complete 12.0 hours from the following course(s)
B. English Track:
option 10.4
D. Foreign Literature Track: Course work for the Foreign Literature track must consist of upper-division courses from foreign language departments, chosen in consultation with the track's faculty advisor.
option 10.5 Complete 12.0 hours from the following course(s)
E. History Track:
HIST 291 - (Not currently offered)
HIST 343 - (Not currently offered)
HIST 386 - (Not currently offered)
HIST 387 - (Not currently offered)
Note: IHum 390R only qualifies when it is on a film or media arts topic. It cannot simultaneously satisfy requirement 8.
requirement 11 Complete 6.0 hours from the following course(s)
Complete six hours of the following capstone course (take twice):
Program Outcomes

Cultural and Intellectual History

Demonstrate broad interdisciplinary knowledge of cultural and intellectual history, including proficiency in a foreign language.

Proficiency in Interdisciplinary Approaches to Humanities

Demonstrate proficiency in interdisciplinary approaches to the humanistic tradition as well as concentrated coursework in a chosen track.

Critical Thinking, Research, and Writing Skills

Demonstrate the skills of humanistic study, i.e. analyze, think critically and write clearly and persuasively.

Post-baccalaureate Preparation, Lifelong Learning, Service

Prepare for career or post-baccalaureate education through additional concentrated coursework specifically related to individual educational and career goals.