At Centralia College, the humanities involve the study of human society and culture, including how humans understand the world and their unique experiences in it.
The Associate in Arts degree with emphasis in Humanities is designed for those planning to major in English, history, political science, or related academic areas after transferring to a four-year college or university.
Humanities Education Plan
Degree: Associate in Arts
Notes for Students
- The study of a foreign language is highly recommended.
- Students should consult with their advisor before selecting electives. This will allow coordination of electives with desired career goal.
HUM 110 - Ethics and Cultural Values
An interdisciplinary study of philosophy, literature, history and religion within Western and Oriental ethical systems of thought. It focuses on the importance of cultural values through a study of virtue, duty, utility, and rights.
HUM& 116 - Humanities I
A survey of the major movements in art, architecture, music, philosophy and literature in a historical context, from pre- history to 1400 C.E.
HUM& 117 - Humanities II
A survey of the major movements in art, architecture, music, philosophy, and literature in a historical context, from 1300 C.E. to 1800 C.E.
HUM& 118 - Humanities III
A survey of the major movements in art, architecture, music, philosophy, and literature in a historical context, from 1800 C.E. to the present.
HUM 270 - Survey of Film Studies
An examination of the social, historical, technical, and artistic aspects of film through viewing, study and discussion of notable motion pictures.
HUM 281-286 - Lyceum I-VI
The Lyceum offers a variety of lectures on topics of current interest across a wide variety of disciplines. The theme may vary from quarter to quarter.
Dan Taylor (he/him/his)
Dean of Instruction – Arts & Sciences
Office: WSC 118-A
Email Dan Taylor