The major in Arts and Humanities is unique. Most major programs require a list of specific classes that the student must take. Some students find this approach to be restrictive. They want a multi-disciplinary major that enables them to explore a more diverse range of classes in their major.
The Arts and Humanities major enables the student to explore a greater variety of courses that will also serve as their major requirements. The Arts and Humanities major requires that the courses selected by the student fall into three basic categories: Arts and Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, or Math and Natural Sciences. If you would like to pursue a degree in Arts and Humanities, please contact Dr. Loren Warf in the College of Arts and Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information or questions regarding the A.A. in General Studies, please contact Jared Gott, Director of Emerging and Innovative Programs, at 731-989-6649 or email@example.com.
For additional information or questions regarding the minor in Military Science and Leadership, please contact Tim Roberts, Veteran Resource Director, at 731-989-6021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loren Warf, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Old Main, Room 304
Loren Warf graduated from FHU in 2008 with a degree in English. After working for several years at Pepperdine University, she began graduate study at Baylor University where she is currently a doctoral candidate in English with an emphasis in Victorian literature.
B.A./B.S. Major in Arts & Humanities 126 HOURS
Program Coordinator: Dr. Loren Warf
For a complete listing of requirements for graduation, see Academics: Degree/Graduation
I. Liberal Arts Core Requirements: 35 hours
Listed in this catalog under Academics: Liberal Arts Core
II. Major Requirements:* 36 hours
Arts and Humanities 6
Arts and Humanities (upper-division) 12
Social and Behavioral Sciences 6
Social and Behavioral Sciences (upper-division) 3
Mathematics and Natural Sciences 6
Mathematics and Natural Sciences (upper-division) 3
III. Electives (including additional Bible): 55 hours
*Courses taken must include three (3) writing (W) courses.
Associate of Arts in General Studies 60 hours
I. Liberal Arts Core Requirements: 31 hours
A. Biblical Values:
The Life of Christ
Acts of Apostles
B. Basic Skills:
1. Written Communication
English Composition I
English Composition II
2. Oral Communication
3. Quantitative Reasoning
C. Broadened Perspectives:
1. Behavioral Sciences
2. Natural Sciences
Principles of Biology OR
Physical Science I
3. Arts and Humanities: History
American History I
4. Arts and Humanities: Critical &Creative Works
Critical and Creative Works
II. General Studies Electives: 29 hours
Minor in Gerontology
Death and Dying
Aging and Care for the Older Adult
Choice of six (6) hours from the following courses: 6
The Problem of Suffering OR
The Problem of Suffering
Stress and Resilience in Individuals and Families (W)
Family and Individual Counseling
Human Behavior in the Social Environment II: Adulthood and Aging
Social Welfare Policies and Services II
Minor in Military Science and Leadership*
Leadership and Problem Solving
Leadership and Ethics
Leadership and Management
Leadership Development and Assessment Course
*Admission to the Minor in Military Science and Leadership Program is contingent upon successful completion of the following courses: MSL 101, MSL 102, MSL 201, MSL 202, and MSL 291**.
**MSL 291 and MSL 491 are conducted at a designated U.S. Army Installation.
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