GH. HumanitiesRequirement Fall 2011 and thereafter

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6 semester hours.

Students select one semester course in one area and a second semester course in a different area. These courses use the terminology of the visual, performing, or creative arts; or of the study of philosophy, language, communication, or religion; or of literary representations.

These courses are certified as meeting the Humanities requirement effective Fall 2011 and thereafter.  Students using the 2011-2012 catalog who wish to apply to the Humanities requirement courses not listed on this page must submit a Request for Modification of Academic Requirement.

Select two (in different areas):

  • ART 101 Introduction to Visual Arts
  • ART 109 Introduction to Drawing & Painting
  • ART 270 Aspects of Western Art
  • ART 280 Aspects of Asian Art
  • BIOL 392 Biology & Philosophy
  • CHNS 101 Elementary Chinese I
  • CHNS 102 Elementary Chinese II
  • COM 270 Introduction to Theories of Human Communication
  • DNCE 251 Introduction to Dance
  • DRAM 271 Introduction to Theatre
  • DRAM 383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • ENG 200 A, B, C, D, E, F Introduction to Literary Genres
  • ENG 201 Global Cinema
  • ENG 202 Literature of Human Rights
  • ENG 204 Introductory Race/Gender Film Studies
  • ENG 205 Hawaiʻi on Screen
  • ENG 206 Introduction to Popular Culture
  • ENG 253 World Literature: Class – 17th Cent
  • ENG 254 World Literature:  17th Cent – Pres
  • ENG 257 Multicultural Literature
  • ENG 275 Literature of the Earth
  • ENG 286A Introduction to Fiction Writing
  • ENG 286B Introduction to Poetry Writing
  • ENG 289 The Rhetoric of Food
  • ENG 290 Literature and Medicine
  • ENG 323 The Literature of Hawaiʻi
  • ENG 345 Children & Literature
  • ENG 423 Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENG 430 Pacific Islands Literature
  • FR 101 Elementary French I
  • FR 102 Elementary French II
  • HAW 101 Elementary Hawaiian I
  • HAW 102 Elementary Hawaiian II
  • HAW 107 Intensive Elementary Hawaiian
  • HAW 201 Intermediate Hawaiian I
  • HAW 202 Intermediate Hawaiian II
  • HAW 207 Intensive Intermediate Hawaiian
  • HWST 176 History & Development of Hawaiian Music
  • HWST 211 Hawaiian Ethnobotany
  • HWST 213 Hawaiian Ethnozoology
  • JPNS/JPST 101 Elementary Japanese I
  • JPNS/JPST 102 Elementary Japanese II
  • JPNS/JPST 201 Intermediate Japanese I
  • JPNS/JPST 202 Intermediate Japanese II
  • JPST/JPNS 382 Gender & Minority Issues in Japanese Comics
  • JPST/JPNS 383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • JPST/JPNS 385 Postwar Japan thru Film/Literature
  • JPST 430 Philosophy of Zen
  • JPST 450 Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy
  • LING 102 Introduction to Linguistics
  • LING 412 Discourse Analysis
  • MUS 176 History and Development of Hawaiian Music
  • PHIL 100 Introduction to Western Philosophy
  • PHIL 101 Intro to Eastern Philosophy
  • PHIL 209 Reasoning
  • PHIL 211 History of Ancient Philosophy
  • PHIL 213 History of Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 220 Social Ethics
  • PHIL 230 Belief, Knowledge & Truth
  • PHIL 300 History of Indian Philosophy
  • PHIL 301 History of Chinese Philosophy
  • PHIL 302 History of Buddhist Philosophy
  • PHIL 310 Metaphysics
  • PHIL 315 Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 323 Professional Ethics
  • PHIL 330 Philosophy of Art
  • PHIL 340 Philosophy of Religion
  • PHIL 381 Philosophy of Wittgenstein
  • PHIL 390 History & Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 392 Biology & Philosophy
  • PHIL 393 Normality, Abnormality & Society
  • PHIL 430 Philosophy of Zen
  • PHIL 435 Philosophy of Tao
  • PHIL 450 Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy
  • SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II
  • SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
  • SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPAN 368 Latin American Women's Literature
  • WS 201 Global Cinema
  • WS 202 Literature of Human Rights
  • WS 204 Introductory Race/Gender Film Studies
  • WS 206 Introduction to Popular Culture
  • WS 257 Multicultural Literature
  • WS 368 Latin American Women’s Literature
  • WS 393 Normality, Abnormality, & Society
  • WS 423 Post-Colonial Literature