Notes: In the first two years, students in this flexible Humanities program first focus on fulfilling all their Gen. Ed. requirements (all Directions; DICO; QRCO; TECO). Briefly, the students complete all Gen. Ed. requirements, two courses in three of the Humanities disciplines (Anthropology, Art History, English, Foreign Languages beyond basic requirement, History, Music, Philosophy, and Theatre), and nine credits of courses in one of the three available focus areas (The Americas; Medieval and Renaissance; The World – International, with courses available focusing on Europe or Asia). For a list of courses, refer to the catalog.
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