Humanities courses allow you to explore the diversity of human thought, expression, and culture and include a wide range of subjects: architecture, art, dance, food, handicrafts, history, film, language, literature, music, mythology, philosophy, photography, and theater.


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The humanities program offers a diverse transfer curriculum and is committed to equity-minded teaching and academic excellence. Course offerings focus on global cultures, historically underrepresented groups in the United States, and various forms of art and cultural expression. Program courses also emphasize research and writing, active learning, and critical thinking and interpretive skills that are essential to the college’s General Education mission.