Artistic and Intellectual Perspective Area of Knowledge

This area of knowledge recognizes that intellectual creativity is an ability that is unique to humans. People, alone, have produced works of art and developed systematic bodies of thought. Thus, to understand people is to know them in this special role.

Area of Knowledge: Artistic and Intellectual Perspective9
Select three of the following courses: 1
American Memoir and Autobiography
Sports in American Life
American Myth in Literature, Landscape, and Music
Special Topics in American Studies
American Folklore
Studies in American Jewish Culture
American Popular Culture
Religion in America
Hip Hop and American Culture
American Identity in the Arts
Social Impact of Rock and Roll
Art and Society
Arts in Contemporary Civilization
Art of the Ancient World
Medieval and Renaissance Art
Art of the Baroque
American Art
Art of the 20th Century
Chinese Culture and Civilization
Calligraphy As a Window to Chinese Language and Culture
Intercultural Communication
Communication Law
Communication Ethics
Any English Literature (ENG) courses except ENG 250, ENG 251, ENG 411
Intercultural Communication
Ethnographic Film
American Political Film
World Music
Introduction to Gender Studies
Women In Literature
Feminist Literary Criticism
Special Topics
Gender, War and Peace
Gender and Ethics
U.S. Cultural History I
U.S. Cultural History II
Modern European Intellectual History
Renaissance and Reformation
Masterworks of Western Literature I
Masterworks of Western Literature II
European Short Novel
The Bible As Literature
Music and Society
Music in Children's Lives
The Arts in Contemporary Civil
Jazz History
Masterworks in Music
Music of the Theater
Great Composers
Music & Techn/Mobile Society
Postmodernism & Popular Culture
Beethoven and the Romantic Age
Music of the Beatles
The Music of Radiohead
Global Music
Film Music
The Film Music of Stanley Kubrick
Unpacking Bruce Springsteen
Black Music in America
Plato and Aristotle
Ethics
Symbolic Logic
Limits of Reason: 19th Century Philosophy
The Nature of Art
Philosophy of Law
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Mind
Understanding Politics
American Political Film
Psychology and Film
Spanish Culture & Civilization
Latin American Cultures
Law, Literature, and Film in America
Crime & Justice in the Media
Religion and Belief Systems
Visual Imagination
Theater Appreciation