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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Ideas and Values in the Humanities
Course: HUM250

First Term: 2019 Summer
Lecture   3.0 Credit(s)   3.0 Period(s)   3.0 Load  
Subject Type: Academic
Load Formula: S - Standard Load


Description: An historical analysis of the interrelationships of art, architecture, literature, music, and philosophy from the early civilizations to the Renaissance, including western and non-western cultures.



MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Evaluate the inter-relationship of religion and art in early civilizations. (I)
2. Analyze the major aspects of the historical development, philosophy, art, and literature on early Hellenic and Hellenistic Greece. (II)
3. Analyze the major aspects of the historical development, philosophy, art, and literature on ancient Rome. (III)
4. Evaluate the development of the arts and philosophy of the Middle Ages. (IV)
5. Explain the rise of secularism and humanism in the arts during the Renaissance. (V)
MCCCD Official Course Competencies must be coordinated with the content outline so that each major point in the outline serves one or more competencies. MCCCD faculty retains authority in determining the pedagogical approach, methodology, content sequencing, and assessment metrics for student work. Please see individual course syllabi for additional information, including specific course requirements.
 
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Early civilizations
   A. Religions
   B. Art
II. Greece
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
III. Rome
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
IV. The Middle Ages
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
V. Renaissance
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
 
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: March 25, 2014

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