The location for the October 19, 2017 meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees has been changed to the new Learning Resource Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus and is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.
Ammerman Campus
Hegis Code - 5649, CIP Code - 24.0103
Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: LAFL-AA

 

     The Humanities curriculum is designed to provide students with a rigorous introduction to the humanities as preparation for a variety of professions such as teaching, writing, law, film and communications. The curriculum attempts to balance the need for a broad background with an opportunity for an early experience in a particular branch of learning to foster greater depth of understanding.

     Opportunities to explore specialized areas are offered as options in cinema studies, communications, creative writing, English, foreign language and philosophy. Each option provides students with a solid background for transfer to baccalaureate programs in a chosen field.

Admission Procedures and Requirements

     Entering students should have an 80 or above high school average. Students already enrolled in college should demonstrate a minimum 3.0 GPA and can be admitted fall or spring. Students who do not meet the admission criteria may be admitted on a provisional basis.

FIRST SEMESTER: 16 credits Credits
  COL101: College Seminar 1
COM101: Introduction to Human Communication
or COM102: Interpersonal Communication
or COM105: Public Speaking
3
  ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition 3
*♦ Foreign Language Elective 3
Humanities Elective 3
  HIS101: Western Civilization I
or IND101: Civilization: The Human Experience I
3

SECOND SEMESTER: 16-17 credits Credits
***♦ ART / CIN / MUS / THR Elective 3
ENG102: Introduction to Literature 3
*♦ Foreign Language 3
  HIS102: Western Civilization II
or IND102: Civilization: The Human Experience II
3
  MAT103: Statistics I
or MAT124: Fundamentals of Precalculus I or higher
3-4
  Physical Education 1

THIRD SEMESTER: 17 credits Credits
** American History Elective 3
  English Elective 3
*♦ Foreign Language 3
  Laboratory Science Elective 4
Philosophy Elective 3
  Physical Education 1

FOURTH SEMESTER: 12-13 credits Credits
*♦ Foreign Language Elective 3
Foreign Language Elective 3
  Mathematics / Laboratory Science Elective 3-4
Other World Civilizations Elective 3

Total Credits Required 61-63

* Students are required to complete two (or four semesters in the Foreign Language Option) semesters of a foreign language in sequence based on completion of prerequisite or fulfillment of equivalent high school placement requirements, as follows: Elementary I/Elementary II OR Elementary II/Intermediate I OR Intermediate I/Intermediate II OR Intermediate II/any advanced-level course.
** One course to be chosen from HIS103, HIS104, POL105.
*** One course to be selected from the following: ART101, ART111, ART112, ART113, ART114, ART130, ART133, ART135, ART141, ART155, ART161, ART171, ART181, ART202, ART209, ART210, CIN114, CIN156, MUS101, MUS103, MUS105, MUS117, MUS120, MUS122, MUS123, MUS131, MUS132, MUS133, MUS134, MUS135, MUS206, MUS210, THR101, THR105, THR131, THR211, THR212. (MUS123, MUS131-135 can be used only if they add up to four credits.)
An elective that deals with Other World Civilizations to be chosen from the following: ANT101, ANT105, ANT203, ANT205, ANT211, COM202, ENG212, GEO101, GEO102, GEO103, HIS107, HIS110, HIS118, HIS119, HIS120, PHL111, POL107, or POL111.
These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.
  NOTES: 1) Students planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year institution should check the SUNY General Education Requirements for selecting courses.
2) See Transfer Agreements for articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities.