Hum 414: The Individual in the Contemporary World
In the final course, we focus on global issues and recent history, both Western and non-Western, building on information gathered and questions raised in the preceding Humanities courses toward a fuller understanding of the responsibilities of and opportunities for humanity today.
Prerequisites: 75 credit hours and HUM 124, 214, 324; LANG 120.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Students demonstrate knowledge of contemporary human diversity--in cultures and in personal identities
- Students identify the connection of values, beliefs, and cultural forms to humanity’s economic, social and environmental sustainability
- Students write a well-supported, organized, and clearly articulated argument using both primary and secondary sources, and appropriate documentation style
- Students gather, document, analyze, and integrate information about contemporary texts and other cultural forms
Senior Capstone Courses
UNCA offers two options for the Senior Capstone course: HUM 414 "The Individual in the Contemporary World" and "LS 479: Cultivating Global Citizenship." Please visit the Senior Capstone Course Comparison page to help you select a course that best harmonizes with your major and intellectual interests.
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