Humanities Concentration Program at Fisher College
The Humanities Concentration is appropriate for a student preparing to major in one of the Humanities at the baccalaureate level. The Concentration provides the prospective Humanities major with a solid background as well as the opportunity to determine interest in an area of study. Currently, the Humanities at Fisher College include Communications (CM), English (EN), Fine Arts (FA), Foreign Language (FL), Humanities (HU), Philosophy (PH), and Women's Studies (WS).
|First Year||Credit hours|
|EN101||English I: Expository Writing||3|
|HIXXX||History Requirement I*
|HIXXX||History Requirement II*
|Fine Arts, Humanities , or Philosophy Elective||3|
|Second Year||Credit hours|
|CS101||Computer Concepts and Applications||3|
|Humanities Concentration Electives*****||6|
|Liberal Arts Elective (Humanities, Social Science, Math, or Science)||3/4|
|Social Science Electives||6|
|* Two courses selected from HI101, HI102, HI203, and HI204.|
|* A minimum of one year of college-level foreign language competency is required but can be waived through demonstrating elementary-level competency in a foreign language. If the language requirement is waived, free electives must be substituted. Completion of intermediate-level foreign language is recommended for transfer.|
|** At least three (3) credits in math, three (3) credits in science, and three (3) additional credits in math, science, or computer programming are required. MA106, MA107, MA109, MA110 or MA121 will satisfy the minimum college math requirement. MA107 and a science course with a lab are recommended for transfer.|
|*** Any EN course except EN 001, EN 101, EN 102, EN 201, or ESL courses.|
|**** As part of the Humanities concentration, students must complete at least two college-level courses in the same discipline, such as two literature courses, two fine arts courses, or two philosophy courses. Currently, the Humanities discipline courses include those with the prefixes CM, EN (literature), FA, FL, HU, or PH. The two required elementary-level foreign language courses, EN101, EN102, and EN201 do not fulfill this requirement. Intermediate-level foreign language (two semesters) does fulfill the requirement. Also, for the Fine Arts (FA) discipline, at least one of the two courses must be an art history course (FA111 or FA112).
Minimum credits required for graduation--60.
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