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  1. HUM 1010 Critical Thinking

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    This course is designed to enable students to understand and to evaluate the structure, content, and quality of arguments; to objectively analyze print and oral communication; to clearly communicate their positions about issues, supporting their positions with solid evidence; and to understand how critical thinking can be applied to decision-making in all areas of daily life. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0710LE OR ENG0720LE OR CRD0020LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0040LE OR CWR0050LE) OR ENG102LELB OR ENG105LELB OR ENG106LE OR ENG0910LE OR ENG0920LE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      DC04M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
    • Section:
      DC03M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
    • Section:
      VC01M
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
    • Section:
      VT01M
      Date:
      9/3 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
    • Section:
      DC02M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        The Power of Critical Thinking, 4th edition
        Author(s)
        Vaughn
        Copyright
        ISBN
        97819956671
        Cost
        $110.35
  2. HUM 1050 Introduction to Film

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Introduction to Film is a course intended to introduce students to the elements and basic history of filmmaking. The basic technical aspects of filmmaking such as cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene will be examined. The different types of American films will be examined and discussed in relation to the historic periods from which they arose. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Movies & Meanings: An Intro, 6th edition
        Author(s)
        Prince
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780205211029
        Cost
        $103.35
    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Movies & Meanings: An Introduction 6th edition
        Author(s)
        Prince
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780205211029
        Cost
        $103.35
  3. HUM 1200 Survey of World Religions

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    World Religions is a general survey course that encompasses an historical investigation of the nature of religion by examining the major teachings, beliefs, and practices of the major world religions. The worldview, rituals, symbols, and sacred experiences of the following traditions will be considered: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism/Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0710LE OR ENG0720LE OR CRD0020LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0040LE OR CWR0050LE) OR ENG105LELB OR ENG102LELB OR ENG106LE OR ENG0910LE OR ENG0920LE
    Corequisites:
  4. HUM 1410 Introduction to Theatre

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    An introductory class designed to study the art of theatre; heritage and contemporary values as a humanistic discipline and its importance as a social/cultural experience. It should be applicable to the humanities and arts general education requirements. (On Demand)

    Prerequisites:
    (ENG0710LE OR ENG0720LE OR CRD0020LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE) AND (ENG0810LE OR ENG1020LE OR ENG1050LE OR ENG1060LE OR CWR0040LE OR CWR0050LE) OR ENG102LELB OR ENG105LELB OR ENG106LE OR ENG0910LE OR ENG0920LE
    Corequisites:
    ENG1050LE OR ENG1020LE
  5. HUM 199 Humanities Elective

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Humanities Elective

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  6. HUM 1990 Transfer 100 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  7. HUM 1991 Transfer Module 100 level Transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  8. HUM 2010 Introduction to Humanities

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Introduction to Humanities presents a study of the human condition in the framework of world cultures. Literature, history, and the fine arts (music and the visual arts) are the primary areas of investigation. Beginning with the earliest individuals and moving toward the present establishes a sequence that illuminates the shifting values of humankind over time. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    ENG1060LE OR ENG106LE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      VC01M
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      1:00 AM - 1:00 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Landmarks in Humanities, 3rd edition
        Author(s)
        Fiero
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780073376646
        Cost
        $137.70
  9. HUM 2550 Shakespeare on Film

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Introduction to Humanities presents a study of the human condition in the framework of world cultures. Literature, history, and the fine arts (music and the visual arts) are the primary areas of investigation. Beginning with the earliest individuals and moving toward the present establishes a sequence that illuminates the shifting values of humankind over time. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    ENG1060LE
  10. HUM 2900 Leading by the Humanities

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    A Humanities-based course integrating classical literature/philosophy, film, historical case studies, leadership theory, and group dynamic theory, Leading by the Humanities is designed to provide students with the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership and to develop and improve their leadership skills. Experiential exercises also enable students to understand the moral and ethical dimensions of leadership and their own leadership styles. The course provides the opportunity to develop essential leadership skills through study, observation, and application. Instructors will use a variety of pedagogical techniques that may include, but are not limited to, dialogue, experiential exercises, and shared-analysis of films and print texts, all of which integrate the humanities and the study of leadership. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    ENG1060LE AND College Level=Sophomore
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    FALL 2014

    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      M
      Date:
      8/20 - 12/12
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 7:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Leadership Development Studies, 2nd edition
        Author(s)
        Phi Theta Kappa
        Copyright
        ISBN
        Cost
        $74.50
  11. HUM 2990 Transfer 200 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  12. HUM 2991 Transfer Module 200 level transfer

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:

Terra State CLOSED

In observance of Labor Day, Terra State Community College will be closed Monday, September 1, 2014, and reopen Tuesday, September 2nd.

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