|Spring Quarter 2016
|Humanities and Brewing
A cultural and historical perspective
HUMN 121 Sec. AO Item 2284
Fridays, 1-4 p.m.
Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Must be 21 years old to register.
To register, visit the WVC Course Finder.
HUM& 101 5 credits
Introduction to Humanities
An introduction to the critical thinking, arts and philosophical ideas that enrich human experience.
HUMN 121 5 credits
Humanities & Brewing: Cultural-Historic Perspective
Brewing history, culture and application from ancient origins of brewing to the modern development of the brewing industry and the recent proliferation of whole-grain micro-brewing. Relating the social and scientific aspects of brewing to practical applications of whole-grain brewing. Prerequisites: must be 21 years old.
HUMN 141 5 credits
Film and Culture
Explores the elements of film structure and content for analysis and understanding of the human experience. Through critical viewing, thinking and writing, students will gain a basis for understanding how cultural themes and values are expressed in film.
HUMN 200 5 credits
Probes the Ancient Greek history, government, science, philosophy, art, architecture and literature - both epic poetry and tragedy. Prerequisites: college-level reading and writing required.
HUMN 201 5 credits
Humanities in Western Civilization I
A survey of the humanities from ancient Greece through the Italian Renaissance.
HUMN 202 5 credits
Humanities in Western Civilization II
A survey of the humanities from the Renaissance through the 20th century.
HUMN 206 5 credits
Symbolism and Mythology
A study of the meaning, value and scope of symbolism and myth.