Humanities and Philosophy Department
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Humanities and Philosophy SLOs

Humanities

Associate in arts degree in Arts and Humanities (Datatel code AA.HUM.D)
The purpose of the Letters and Science: Humanities A.A. degree is twofold: Completing a Humanities degree enriches the lives of students through a deeper appreciation of all the arts. There is a more practical aspect as well: the development of critical thinking skills makes the certificate holder attractive to a wide variety of professions, particularly those that require writing, speaking and evaluating problems from an interdisciplinary and or multi-cultural perspective.

SLO#1. use their critical thinking skills to analyze and evaluate both formally and contextually, a variety of creative works and literary documents.

SLO#2. compare and contrast the historic meaning and impact of works selected from the various arts, and from philosophic and religious literature.

SLO#3. recognize and explain the integration of arts and ideas in selected cultural, historical, and thematic contexts.

SLO#4. demonstrate their ability to articulate clearly in oral and written form objective analysis of major works from the various arts, and from philosophic and religious literature.


SLOs updated Aug 29, 2014 3:50:58 PM

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