The Humanities courses in the Humanities Department cover a diversity of topics from critical thinking to film studies to the Holocaust to the history of architecture. These courses explore unique aspects of humanity and contemporary culture from a variety of literary, historical, cinematic, artistic, and humanistic perspectives. The aim of these courses is for students to develop an understanding of their broader culture and its foundations.
Most Humanities courses can be used in either the Critical Thinking or the Global Awareness and Foreign Languages components of the Additional General Education Courses requirements for the AA and AS degrees, and all Humanities courses can be used as elective credit for such degrees. In addition, many Humanities courses can be used to satisfy various requirements in technical and vocational programs.
Visit the CFCC catalog for more information about how Humanities courses fit into the curriculum. (See pp. 66-163 of the catalog.)
Click on the links to the right to see all the Humanities courses and the faculty.