Humanities in HSU's Foundational Curriculum require a three-‐hour course which "…explores issues of morality and value…[and] provides a venue in which the expression of differing interpretations and experiences can be recognized and areas of common interest explored" (White* 263). Humanities courses in HSU's Foundational Curriculum encourage multi-‐disciplinary and / or multi-‐cultural approaches to the study of areas such as arts (music, drama / theater, visual arts [painting, sculpture, etc.]), literature, architecture, religion, philosophy, economics, and government. (3 hours / 1 course)
*White, Lyn Maxwell. "The Humanities," in Handbook of the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Comprehensive Guide to Purposes, Structures, Practices, and Change. Eds. Jerry G. Gaff, James L. Ratcliff, et. al. San Francisco: Jossey-‐Bass, 1997. 262-‐279.
NOTE: No course taken for Humanities credit may be counted toward any other part of the Foundational Curriculum.
HSU'S CATALOG, Ch. 6, CONTAINS A LIST OF COURSES FULFILLING HUMANITIES REQUIREMENTS.