Core Humanities provide students with an interdisciplinary experience in the world-influencing traditions and cultures of ancient and modern times.
The Core Humanities courses provide students the experience of working with the basic tools of the humanities disciplines: clear writing, close reading of primary texts, practice with oral expression of serious ideas, awareness of modes of discourse, sensitivity to cultural differences, understanding and evaluating the past, and reflecting upon the cultural implications of arts, technologies, and scientific discoveries.
ENG 102 must be completed before beginning the Core Humanities sequence. You must take ALL the classes listed below:
- CH 201: Ancient and Medieval Cultures
- CH 202: The Modern World OR CH 212: Science, Technology, and Society in the Modern Era
- CH 203: American Experiences and Constitutional Change (satisfies the U.S. and Nevada Constitution requirement)