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HUM 212. Integrated Cultural Experience. 3 Credits.

This course seeks to examine human concerns and motivations through the examination of artistic and cultural expressions. Students will attend and analyze various types of cultural events, including dramatic productions, art shows, films, and music concerts to examine the sub-text of the human condition. They will also study texts in which authors present philosophies regarding the nature of art and the importance of particular mediums (poetry, visual arts, film, etc.) in voicing personal and social concerns. In addition, students will study the philosophy of philanthropy by researching and gaining personal experience in a community service activity. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. F,S.

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