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HUM 102. The Human Community. 4 Credits.

While this course has the same structure and goals as Humanities 101, its subject matter will focus primarily on the methods and expressions of human interactions within communities, with a focus on texts and artifacts that articulate the growth of human consciousness, responsibility, and potential. The texts chosen for this course will require students to compare and contrast ancient and modern ideas in the major disciplines of the humanities. Students may be expected to attend events outside of class. F,S,SS.

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