Course Descriptions: Hum

Hum200 Art Appreciation 3 hours

Looks to art and architecture of various periods and cultures as an expression of human life, understandings, beliefs and values. A vocabulary to describe visual art will be developed throughout the course and will be complemented with occasional hands-on projects. Art as it reflects the human condition will be used to gain an appreciation of a wide variety of art.

Hum240 European History and Fine Arts 3 hours

A three-week study tour of Europe with a focus on European history and culture, church history, architecture, music and visual arts. The course will emphasize Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque church architecture; composers and painters native to areas visited in Europe and Anabaptist thought and practice in relation to Protestantism and Catholicism. Course includes class sessions and research prior to departure; written assignments and an oral presentation while in Europe and a written evaluation upon return. Open only to members of a Hesston College vocal ensemble. Offered alternate summers. A Responsibility Source Course.

Hum261 Industrialization to Globalization 3 hours

Same as Econ 261. See course description listed under Economics. An Integration Source Course.