Humanities Seminar I: Great Works (Honors)
This course offers a study of selected classic works that shaped and represented different civilizations in a specified historical era, taught by a faculty tutor in an integrative, interdisciplinary fashion. On the APU campus, this is a three-unit course. At the High Sierra site, it is worth four units and is to be taken with one or more other Humanities Seminar(s). HUM 221 and HUM 321 may not be taken concurrently, and additional work is required in HUM 321. This course may be repeated once for credit as the topic varies. Meets the general studies core requirement in Heritage and Institutions and counts for 3-4 of 21 units of honors courses required.