Course Descriptions - Humanities

HUM 244 CRITICAL THINKING

This course exposes biases, perspectives and motivations which can be hindrances to organizational problem solving and decision making. Students are asked to examine in detail how they think to better evaluate, analyze and resolve issues encountered in organizational contexts.

3 Hours, 1 Semester

HUM 254 AROUND THE WORLD

Become an informed and curious citizen of the world by exploring the current global events and chronic global problems of our time. Learn basic French, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese, and learn how gestures vary across cultures. Engage in critical thinking regarding your own culture and prepare to work with people from around the world.

3 Hours, 1 Semester

HUM 270 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE HUMANITIES

This course is designed to present topics of special interest in the arts and humanities not covered in the existing course listings for the humanities.

3 Hours, 1 Semester

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Catalog of Nichols College
July 2016
Volume XLVIII