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Humanities

HUM 106


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Credit Hours

(1-0) 1 Cr. Hrs.

Section Start Dates


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017752January 12, 2015
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110850January 12, 2015
112304March 16, 2015
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112707January 12, 2015
112718January 12, 2015
112719March 16, 2015
140804October 21, 2014
142326October 21, 2014
142394October 21, 2014
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142429October 21, 2014
142437October 21, 2014
216525January 12, 2015
216556March 16, 2015
310810March 16, 2015

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Introduction to Art and Music


Course Description

This course will cover the basic mechanical and aesthetic elements underlying the visual and aural arts. It will also include an overview of major periods, styles, composers and artists. The course also prepares students to develop an understanding of how to perceive music and art. This course provides an introductory, fundamental, audience-related approach to art and music. Definitions and concepts will be approached in a very basic manner. No prior knowledge or experience in music or arts is necessary.

Prerequisites

(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)

  • None.

Course Competencies

Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:

  • Explain the basic mechanics, technical terms, rudimentary concepts, ideas, and philosophies as they pertain to art and music.
  • Analyze similarities and differences among Western and non-Western art and music systems.
  • Evaluate various works of art and music.
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