Course Description

Humanities Course Descriptions Credit Hours
HUMA 310.  HUMANITIES FOR TEACHERSThis course is a critical investigation into the role of creative expression through an analytic study of the arts. 3
HUMA 311.  HUMANITIES/ARTS
This course provides a critical investigation into the role of creative expression through an analytic study of the arts.
3
HUMA 312.  HUMANITIES/IDEAS
This is a study of contemporary views of man as reflected in his ideas and their traditional background.
3
HUMA 314.  AFRICAN HUMANITIES
This is a study of the African contribution to the world of arts and ideas.
3
HUMA 315.  AFRICAN-AMERICAN HUMANITIES
This course offers the history of African Americans’ involvement in and contributions to American stage, television, and film, from minstrel shows to the present.
3
HUMA 453.  AFRICA AND THE BLACK DIASPORA
This course gives a general introduction to the parallelism and differences in the literature, thought, and cultural worlds of both contemporary Africa and the Africa descended communities.
3
Geography Course Descriptions
GEOG 110.  SURVEY OF REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
This course is an introduction to the basic physical and cultural understanding of major geographic regions of the world.
3
GEOG 111.  GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA
Earth Science is the interdisciplinary study of materials, energy and resources in four areas:  (a) the solid earth and its interior, (b) the atmosphere, (c) the hydrosphere, and (d) the earth’s environment in space and time.  This course deals with the first two.
3
GEOG 410.  GEOGRAPHY OF LOUISIANA
This course is an examination of the natural and cultural elements and regions of Louisiana.
3
Philosophy Course Descriptions
PHIL 211.  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (ONLINE)
This course is a survey of the major problems in the fields of philosophy with emphasis on historically important philosophers and their solutions to such problems.
3
PHIL 212.  INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC (ONLINE)
This is an inquiry into the nature of thinking and the means by which it is made logical and coherent.  The course deals mainly with the methods and principles that have been developed for distinguishing valid from invalid inferences in deductive and inductive arguments.