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What does it mean to be human? Humanities courses at Brookhaven College give students an opportunity to study human culture through the lens of the fine arts. Learn about how we process and express our thoughts, form relationships and search for meaning based on the culture of our societies.
Humanities courses may be offered at Brookhaven College
as classroom lecture courses, online courses using the eCampus Blackboard system and as flexible entry courses with new sections starting throughout each semester. HUMA 1315, 1302, 1311 and 2319 are part of the DCCCD Core Curriculum.
A special topics course,
HUMA 1302: Advanced Humanities, can be focused on individually specific or diverse subject areas.
HUMA 1311: Mexican-American Fine Arts Appreciation examines the rich legacy of Mexican-American and Chicano arts and culture.
HUMA 2319: American Minorities Studies, and
HUMA 2323: World Cultures, can also be customized to focus on different aspects of the human experience. See the current course schedule for the topics offered each semester.
Adrien Cuellar-McGuire, department chair972-860-4738
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