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HUM 200 - Applied Humanities

Research and information guide to support the learning objectives of this course.


Welcome to the research and information guide for HUM 200 - Applied Humanities! On this guide, you will find information to help you find research and resources to support your learning and completion of your course projects. Use the blue buttons on the left to navigate through the guide and find what you need. In this course, you will learn to:

  • Illustrate the impact of the humanities on personal and professional experiences

  • Select appropriate and relevant resources in the humanities in investigating expressions of human creativity

  • Communicate effectively to specific audiences in examining fundamental aspects of human culture

  • Utilize evidence from subjective and objective cultural analysis in drawing conclusions about the impact of cultural artifacts on individuals and society

  • Apply essential principles of the humanities in exploring major themes of human culture and creativity. 

Ophelia by John Everett Millais. Ophelia from Shakespeare's Hamlet is depicted floating in a stream in this Pre-Raphaelite Painting

Ophelia by John Everett Millais Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons