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Old September 17th, 2013, 11:06 AM
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Default Re: Humanities courses GW

The George Washington University is a well known university situated in United states .. below I am giving you details about it..

The GW School of Business
Humanities courses :
ART 31 or 32: Survey of Western Art
ART 71: Introduction to the Arts in America
CLAS 71: Greek Literature and Civilization
CLAS 72: Roman Literature and Civilization
COMM 40: Public Communication
COMM 41: Interpersonal Communication
COMM 42: Business and Professional Speaking (For Non-Communication Minors Only)
ENGL 40: Critical Readings in English (Prerequisite UW 20)
ENGL 51 or 52: Introduction to English Literature (Prerequisite UW 20)
ENGL 61 or 62: Tragedy/Comedy (Prerequisite UW 20)
ENGL 71 or 72: Introduction to American Literature (Prerequisite UW 20)
ENGL 91 or 92: Survey of Post Colonial Literature (Prerequisite UW 20)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Level 3 and up (Based on Placement Test)
HIST 42: Women in Western Civilization
HMN 1: Roots of the Western Tradition
HMN 2: Ideas in Western Culture: Aquinas to Locke
HMN 3: The Enlightenment
HMN 4: Romanticism & Revolution: The 19th Century
HMN 5: The 20th Century Consciousness
HMN 6: Asian Humanities
HMN 7: African Humanities
HMN 8: Islamic Humanities
MUS 3: Music in the Western World
MUS 4: Topics in Music for Non-Majors
MUS 7: Music of the World
MUS 8: History of Jazz
PHIL 45: Introduction to Logic
PHIL 51: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 62: Philosophy & Film
PSTD 10: Intro. to Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution
PSYC 1, 11, 12, 13: See Undergraduate Bulletin for description and prerequisites
REL 1: Introduction to World Religions: West
REL 2: Introduction to World Religions: East
REL 9: Bible: The Hebrews Scriptures
REL 10: Bible: New Testament
SPHR 11: Voice & Diction
SPHR 71: Foundations of Human Communication
SPHR 72: Multicultural Issues in Human Communication
TRDA 45: Understanding the Theatre
TRDA 46: Understanding the Dance

Elliott School of International Affairs::
Humanities courses :
Select Two or Three:
AH: Any Art History course except AH 4199
CLAS: Any non-language Classical Studies course
FILM: Any Film Studies Course
HMN: Any Humanities course
MUS 1103: Music in the Western World
MUS 1104: Topics in Music
MUS 1107: Music of the World
MUS 1108: History of Jazz
MUS 2101: Harmony (Previously History of Music I)
MUS 2105: Introduction to Ethnomusicology
MUS 2106: Music History II: 20th Century Art Traditions
MUS 2109: Orchestra Literature
MUS 2110: Chamber Music Literature
MUS 2111: Keyboard Music Literature
MUS 2121: Opera
MUS 3126: Music History I: Antiquity through Early Baroque
MUS 3127: Music History II: The Tonal Era
PHIL: Any Philosophy course (except PHIL 2045 and PHIL 3121)
REL: Any Religion course
TRDA 1015: Understanding the Dance
TRDA 1025: Understanding the Theater
TRDA 2191: Dance History
TRDA 2240: Play Analysis
TRDA 3245: History of the Theatre (formerly TRDA 145)
TRDA 3246: History of the Theatre

Creative arts :
ENGL 1210: Introduction to Creative Writing
FA: Any Fine Arts course
MUS: Performance Study Courses
TRDA: Performance Study Courses, including:
TRDA 1017: Movement Awareness
TRDA 1035: Theatre Production
TRDA 1150: Beginning Ballet
TRDA 1151: Beginning/Intermediate Ballet
TRDA 1152: Beginning Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 1153: Beginning/Intermediate Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 1214: Introduction to Acting
TRDA 2160: Intermediate Ballet
TRDA 2161: Intermediate Ballet
TRDA 2162: Intermediate/Advanced Ballet
TRDA 2163: Intermediate/Advanced Ballet
TRDA 1170: Intermediate Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 1171: Intermediate Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 2172: Intermediate/Advanced Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 2173: Intermediate/Advanced Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 3174: Advanced Modern/Postmodern Dance
TRDA 3175: Advanced Modern/Postmodern Dance

For more details I am attaching a PDF file with it ..

List of its schools :
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business Elliott School of International Affairs
School of Public Health and Health Services
School of Engineering and Applied Science
School of Nursing

Graduate Schools of The George Washington University
Graduate School of Political Management Medical School
Law School
Graduate School of Education & Human Development

Contact details :
The GW School of Business
2201 G Street, NW, Duquès Hall
Washington, D.C. 20052

The George Washington University
2121 Eye Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
Phone: (202) 994-1000
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