Humanities Minor

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There has never been a more exciting time to be human—or has there? What exactly does it mean to be a human being in the twenty-first century? How can you get the most out of your humanity? Find out by minoring in the humanities. It can help prepare you for a life you may not have considered, in ways you've never imagined.

The humanities minor consists of the following courses:

Select two courses (8 credits) of the following sequence:8
Ancient World: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Medieval World: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Renaissance and Early Modern: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Modern World: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
20th Century, 1900-1945: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
20th Century, 1945-1999: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
Select two courses (8 credits) from other humanities program courses, one of which should be at the 600 level8
HUMA 700Seminar (or another approved course)4
Total Credits20

Inquiries about the humanities major and minor should be directed to, Catherine Peebles, Coordinator of the humanities program, 320 Murkland Hall, (603) 862-3638; e-mail