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GH. Humanities Requirement Fall 2017 and thereafter

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, including 2017-18. Students using the 2017-18 catalog who wish to apply to the Humanities requirement courses not listed on this page must submit a Request for Modification of Academic Requirement form.

Select two (in different areas):

  • ART¬†101 Introduction to Visual Arts
  • ART¬†175 Survey of World Art I
  • ART¬†176 Survey of World Art II
  • ART¬†380 Art of China
  • ART¬†381 Art of Japan
  • BIOL¬†392 Biology & Philosophy
  • CHNS¬†101 Elementary Chinese I
  • CHNS¬†102 Elementary Chinese II
  • CHNS¬†107 Accelerated Elementary Chinese
  • CHNS¬†200 Conversational Chinese for Business
  • CHNS¬†201 Intermediate Chinese I
  • CHNS¬†202 Intermediate Chinese II
  • CHNS¬†250 Chinese Folklore and Symbolism
  • CHNS¬†260 Chinese History and Culture through Film
  • CHNS¬†381 Chinese Culture through Architecture & Gardens
  • COM¬†100 Human Communication in Diverse Society
  • COM¬†270 Introduction to Theories of Human Communication
  • DNCE¬†160 Ballet I
  • DNCE¬†180 Jazz Dance I
  • DNCE¬†190 Modern Dance I
  • DNCE¬†251 Introduction to Dance
  • DNCE¬†260 Ballet II
  • DNCE¬†280 Jazz Dance II
  • DNCE¬†290 Modern Dance II
  • DNCE¬†360 Ballet III
  • DNCE¬†419 Dance in Education
  • DRAM¬†271 Introduction to Theatre
  • DRAM¬†383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • DRAM¬†419 Drama in Education
  • ENG¬†200 Introduction to Literary Genres
  • ENG¬†200G Introduction to Graphic Novels and Comics
  • ENG¬†201 Global Cinema
  • ENG¬†202 Literature of Human Rights
  • ENG¬†204 Introductory Race/Gender Film Studies
  • ENG¬†205 Hawai Ľi on Screen
  • ENG¬†206 Introduction to Popular Culture
  • ENG¬†240 British Literature's Greatest Hits
  • ENG¬†253 World Literature: Class ‚Äď 17th Century
  • ENG¬†254 World Literature: 17th Century ‚Äď Present
  • ENG¬†257 Multicultural Literature
  • ENG¬†275 Literature of the Earth
  • ENG¬†286A Introduction to Fiction Writing
  • ENG¬†286B Introduction to Poetry Writing
  • ENG¬†287 Introduction to Rhetoric
  • ENG¬†289 The Rhetoric of Food
  • ENG¬†290 Literature and Medicine
  • ENG¬†323 The Literature of Hawai Ľi
  • ENG¬†345 Children & Literature
  • ENG¬†355 Women in Modern Literature and Film
  • ENG¬†365 Japanese Lit in English
  • ENG¬†423 Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENG¬†430 Pacific Islands Literature
  • ENG¬†448 Graphic Novels and Comics
  • ENG462 [Course Not Found] Shakespeare II
  • FIL¬†101 Elementary Filipino 1
  • FIL¬†330 Filipino Films
  • FR¬†101 Elementary French I
  • FR¬†102 Elementary French II
  • HAW¬†101 Elementary Hawaiian I
  • HAW¬†102 Elementary Hawaiian II
  • HAW¬†201 Intermediate Hawaiian I
  • HAW¬†202 Intermediate Hawaiian II
  • HWST¬†175 Intro Music Of Polynesia
  • HWST¬†176 History & Development of Hawaiian Music
  • HWST¬†211 Hawaiian Ethnobotany
  • HWST¬†213 Hawaiian Ethnozoology
  • JPNS¬†101/JPST¬†101 Elementary Japanese I
  • JPNS¬†102/JPST¬†102 Elementary Japanese II
  • JPNS¬†107/JPST¬†107 Accelerated Elementary Japanese
  • JPNS¬†201/JPST¬†201 Intermediate Japanese I
  • JPNS¬†202/JPST¬†202 Intermediate Japanese II
  • JPNS¬†301/JPST¬†301 Third-Year Japanese I
  • JPNS¬†302/JPST¬†302 Third-Year Japanese II
  • JPNS¬†361/JPST¬†361 Feminism in Japan
  • JPNS¬†365/JPST¬†365 Japanese Lit in English
  • JPNS¬†382/JPST¬†382 Gender & Minority Issues in Japanese Comics
  • JPNS¬†383/JPST¬†383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • JPNS¬†385/JPST¬†385 Postwar Japan thru Film/Literature
  • JPST¬†430 Philosophy of Zen
  • JPST¬†450 Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy
  • JPNS¬†451/JPST¬†451 Structure of Japanese I
  • KHAW¬†103 First Lvl Trans Hawn Immersion
  • KHAW¬†104 First Lvl Partial Hawn Immersion
  • KHAW¬†108 Accel First Level Hawn Immers (new title for 107 eff Fall 2013)
  • KHAW¬†133 First Lvl Hawn for Speakers
  • KHAW¬†203 Second Lvl Univ Hawn Immers I
  • KHAW¬†204 Second Lvl Univ Hawn Immers II
  • KHAW¬†208 Accel First Lvl Hawn Immersion
  • KHAW¬†233 Second Level Hawn for Speakers
  • KOR¬†101 Elementary Korean I
  • KOR¬†102 Elementary Korean II
  • LANG¬†200/JPST¬†200 Intro to Japanese & Chinese Studies
  • LING¬†102 Introduction to Linguistics
  • LING¬†133 Elementary Indigenous Languages
  • LING¬†233 Intermediate Indigenous Languages
  • LING¬†412 Discourse Analysis
  • MUS¬†102 University Chorus
  • MUS¬†141 Computer Music
  • MUS¬†160 Intro to Music Literature
  • MUS¬†163 American Music & Popular Culture
  • MUS¬†165 Introduction to Jazz
  • MUS¬†175 Intro Music Of Polynesia
  • MUS¬†180 Elementary Music Theory
  • MUS¬†195 Contemporary Island Music
  • MUS¬†365 History of Western Music I
  • MUS¬†366 History of Western Music II
  • MUS¬†404 Kapili Choir
  • MUS¬†465 The World and the Composer
  • PHIL¬†100 Introduction to Western Philosophy
  • PHIL101 [Course Not Found] Intro to Eastern Philosophy
  • PHIL¬†180 Love and Sex
  • 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¬†304 Philosophy and Cultural Diversity
  • PHIL¬†310 Metaphysics
  • PHIL¬†313 19th Century Philosophy
  • PHIL¬†315 Ethical Theory
  • PHIL¬†323 Professional Ethics
  • PHIL¬†329 Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL¬†330 Philosophy of Art
  • PHIL¬†340 Philosophy of Religion
  • PHIL¬†343 Comparative Philosophy
  • PHIL¬†355 Philosophy of Sport
  • PHIL¬†370 American Philosophy
  • PHIL¬†375 Feminist Philosophy
  • 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
  • SPAN¬†369 Latin and Global Documentaries & Film: Critical Analysis
  • 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
  • WS359 [Course Not Found] Music and Activism
  • WS¬†368 Latin American Women's Literature
  • WS¬†393 Normality, Abnormality, & Society
  • WS¬†423 Post-Colonial Literature