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  • Home / Academics / Find a Program / Humanities Bachelor's Degree Program / Humanities Bachelor's Degree Program Course Requirements | Ursuline - Liberal Arts College in OH

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    Humanities Bachelor's Degree Program Course Requirements

    Core Course Requirements for the Humanities Bachelor's Degree Program

    • AR 288 - Special Topics

    • EN 256 - Rustbelt to Revival: Anisfield-Wolf

      Cleveland's Anisfield-Wolf book award, "...the only juried prize in the nation for books that confront racism and celebrate diversity, "is rooted in the idea that literature is a vehicle for social justice. In a rustbelt city like Cleveland, marred by a history of segregation and uneven decline, these themes are of special significance. This course will include reading the canon, meeting the authors, exploring the legacy of the founder, and engaging in the digital humanities. Fulfills Ursuline Core Curriculum requirement of EN Literature and American Culture (AM). *AM/DCPrerequisite: EN 123/124 OR EN 125.

    • HS 490 - Senior Thesis

    • PH 260 - Bioethics* WE/DC

      An introduction to ethics and an inquiry into the major ethical problems regarding issues of life and death. Fulfills Ursuline Core Curriculum Western Culture (WE). *DC

    Humanities Course Requirements

    • One Art class
    • One drama class
    • One American Literature course in English
    • One British Literature course in English
    • One American history course
    • One World history course
    • Two Modern Language courses
    • One Music course
    • Two Philosophy courses
    • Two Religious Studies courses
    • Humanities 490 – Senior Project

    Additional Course Requirements

    • Only two courses may double count towards both the major and the core curriculum: EN 256 (Rust Belt to Revival: Anisfield Wolf) and PH 260 (Bioethics)
    • Two of the following English courses at the 300-level focused on public writing: Creative Writing, Magazine Production, Journalism
    • Two philosophy courses at the 300- or 400- level
    • One history elective; HI 240 (Ordinary Women in World History)—a course that forms part of the Rust Belt pathway through the core curriculum—is strongly recommended
    • One religious studies course at the 300- or 400-level (in addition to core RS)
    • One Elective at the 300- or 400- level in PH, HI, AR, EN, RS, MU, or HiP
    • Locally-rooted Internship

    Half of your classes must be taken at the 300+ level.