Humanities (HUM)

HUM 101
Humanities - Prehistory through the Medieval Period
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours
Equivalent to: HUM 101H

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

The humanities are approached on four levels: art, music, literature, and philosophy. Includes the beginnings in Egypt, Babylonia, and Greece and proceeds chronologically through the medieval period.

HUM 101H
Humanities - Prehistory through the Medieval Period - Honors
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours
Equivalent to: HUM 101

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Prerequisite(s): Student must be eligible for the Citrus College Honors Program or obtain a recommendation from an Honors instructor.

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

The humanities are approached on four levels: art, music, literature, and philosophy. Includes the beginnings in Egypt, Babylonia, and Greece and proceeds chronologically through the Medieval period. A critical in-depth reading of several primary sources is conducted in a discussion format.

HUM 102
Humanities from the Renaissance through the 19th Century
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

The humanistic studies are approached on five levels: art, history, music, literature, and philosophy. Begins with the European Renaissance and moves to the 19th century period of globalization.

HUM 110
Humanities in the Modern Period
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

This course is concerned with critical analysis of the arts and philosophy from the late 19th century to the contemporary period.

HUM 115
Multi-Cultural Mythologies
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

An introductory survey course in comparative mythology. Students will read, discuss, and write about basic myths as they have appeared in different civilizations. Basic myths, such as those dealing with creation, earliest times, the flood, tales of love, tales of heroes, journeys to other worlds, and some examination of the concept of myth itself and its values in today's society will be explored.

HUM 120
British Civilization
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus D1; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; IGETC 4G; CSUGE C2; CSUGE D7)
54 lecture hours
Equivalent to: HIST 120

Grade Mode: Pass/No Pass, Standard Letter

Strongly Recommended: ENGL 101.

An overview of British culture and civilization that considers the history, politics, economics, culture, and social changes that have formed contemporary British society.

HUM 123
Introduction to Peace Studies - Saving Civilization
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; CSUGE C2)
54 lecture hours

Grade Mode: Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

An introduction to peace and conflict studies, with an emphasis on war's destructive impact on art, literature, and philosophy. The course examines the meanings and reasons for war, as well as strategies for peace.

HUM 127
Spanish Civilization
3 Units (AA/AS; Citrus C2; Citrus D1; CSU; IGETC 3B; UC; IGETC 4F; CSUGE C2; CSUGE D6; CSUGE D7)
54 lecture hours
Equivalent to: SPAN 127

Grade Mode: Pass/No Pass, Standard Letter

Strongly recommended: ENGL 101.

Spanish Civilization provides an interdisciplinary global understanding of the culture and history of Spain. The course critically analyzes contemporary Spanish society by examining the social and historical traditions and institutions that shape the Spanish way of life in the 20th century.