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Humanities Distributions and Cultural Perspective Objectives Form

for New Course Proposals


Department: HIST and AHIS Course Number: 201
Course Title: Western Art History I: Prehistory through Medieval Credit Hours: 3

Use the following tables to help determine which distribution or cultural perspective objective or objectives
your course fulfills. Indicate whether criteria/on is/are met and offer evidence of how objective/s is/are
met.

Humanities Distribution Requirements: Students in humanities classes study human culture and
creative production through literature, rhetoric and history. Primary and critical texts are the basis for
tracing the development of ideas.

Criterion/a
Objective Focus Evidence
Met?
Literature Course examines history and
Humanities Distribution

Rhetoric cultures of Europe and US from


Human Culture History x Prehistory through Medieval period.
Other:

Literature Primary evidence includes art and


Creative Rhetoric architecture.
Production History x
Other:
Primary texts x Students write historiographic essays
Development of
to identify how knowledge is created
Ideas
and ideas change.

Non-Western Perspective Requirement: Todays global village requires the responsible citizen to be
aware of the values, languages, economies, religions and structures of other societies. Because most
students are introduced to western societies throughout their education, Adrian College students are
expected to learn about societies that are not historically European. In addition to the study of topics in
specific Non-Western courses, students are encouraged to complete independent studies on Non-
Western topics and to study abroad.

Criterion/a
Objective Focus Evidence
Met?
Non-Western
Perspective

Values
Languages
Societies not Economies
Historically Religions
European Structures of
Societies