Humanities & Fine Arts

Course Name Course Title Category
AFNR 2191 International Agriculture and Natural Resources – Humanities
  • HFA
AG_ED_LD 2220 Verbal Communication in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • HFA
AG_ED 2220 Verbal Communication in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources → Changed to AG_ED_LD 2220
  • HFA
AGRIC 2190 International Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • HFA
AGRIC 2191 International Agriculture and Natural Resources – Humanities → Changed to AFNR 2191
  • HFA
AMS 1050 Greek and Latin in English Usage
  • HFA
AMS 1060 Classical Mythology
  • HFA
AMS 1060H Classical Mythology – Honors
  • HFA
AMS 2005 Topics in Classical Humanities
  • HFA
AMS 2050 Comparative History of Greece and Rome I
  • HFA
  • SOC
AMS 2060 Comparative History of Greece and Rome II
  • HFA
  • SOC
AMS 2100 Greek Culture
  • HFA
AMS 2100H Greek Culture – Honors
  • HFA
AMS 2200 Roman Culture
  • HFA
AMS 2300 Greek Classics in Translation
  • HFA
AMS 2300H Greek Classics in Translation
  • HFA
AMS 2400 Roman Classics in Translation
  • HFA
AMS 2500 The Origins of Music in the Ancient World
  • HFA
AMS 2600 Media and Communication in Ancient Greece and Rome
  • HFA
ANTHRO 1005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 1150 Introduction to Folklore Genres
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2100 Indigenous Religions
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2100H Indigenous Religions – Honors
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2150 Introduction to Folklore Field Research
  • BEH
  • HFA
  1. Only one of these types of Humanities and Fine Arts courses can be counted.
  2. For these courses, the category will be designated per section per semester.
  3. Students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, HES, SNR, and Nursing may use this course towards fulfillment of the humanities distribution requirement, but only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed. This course may NOT be used to fulfill the humanities requirement in A&S, Business, Education, Journalism and Social Work.