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HUM 2210 Western Humanities I

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    Nov 22, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    After taking my first humanities class, it is no wonder why humanities is a required course for most associate and bachelor degrees. I would recommend everyone take this class ten-fold. If you are interested in expanding your mind and learning about human nature and history, then you will find the course but invigorating and satisfying. My professor provided a relaxed, yet challenging atmosphere for students to question the different aspects of human nature.

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    Humanities opens up a world of possibilities. Learning about different cultures, art, religions, and ideologies are the key defense mechanisms in fighting against stereotypes, racism, and prejudice. Humanities unites us a one, and I learned to understand an opposing view through the intriguing beliefs of others. I recommend everyone ages 18 to 99 take a humanities course in order to promote better understanding of each other and spread the power of education.

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    3-5 hours

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    I would advise students taking this course to fully read each chapter and take notes on specific ideas/concepts that are questionable or promote intellectual thought. Discussing theories and philosophies in class were one of my favorites things to do.

    • Fall 2016
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