Nov 21, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Humanities

HUMT 1500,  HUMT 1510,  HUMT 1520,  HUMT 1620,  HUMT 1610,  HUMT 1630,  HUMT 1800,  HUMT 1810,  HUMT 1820,  HUMT 2710,  HUMT 2720,  HUMT 4020  and HUMT 4010  are open to Matteo Ricci College students only. HUMT 3010,  HUMT 3020,  HUMT 3800 , and HUMT 4000  are normally cross-listed with collaborating departments and are open to any student in the university to the extent that space is available. Students enrolling in HUMT 1710 , HUMT 3710 , HUMT 3720 , HUMT 4710 , and HUMT 4720  must have been admitted to the BAHT degree program or have written permission from the dean of Matteo Ricci College; students not enrolled for the BAHT degree will be welcomed on a space-available basis. In some cases prerequisites may be waived for students not enrolled for the BAHT degree.

   •  HUMT 1010 - Reading Seminar
   •  HUMT 1020 - Thought and Language Lab
   •  HUMT 1300 - Leadership and Voice
   •  HUMT 1310 - Effective Communication Skills
   •  HUMT 1315 - Difference, Power, and Social Change
   •  HUMT 1400 - Critical Thinking for Leadership
   •  HUMT 1410 - Critical Thinking for Leadership II
   •  HUMT 1420 - BAHL Internship Seminar I
   •  HUMT 1430 - BAHL Internship Seminar II
   •  HUMT 1500 - Composition: Language and Thought
   •  HUMT 1510 - Composition: Language and the Arts
   •  HUMT 1520 - Logic, Ethics, and Discernment
   •  HUMT 1600 - Social Context of Education
   •  HUMT 1610 - Humanities: Introduction to Tutoring
   •  HUMT 1620 - Humanities: Introduction to Tutoring
   •  HUMT 1630 - Humanities: Introduction to Tutoring
   •  HUMT 1710 - Proseminar: Humanistic Foundations of Education
   •  HUMT 1720 - Humanistic Foundation of Leadership
   •  HUMT 1800 - Socio-Cultural Transformations I
   •  HUMT 1810 - Socio-Cultural Transformations II
   •  HUMT 1820 - Socio-Cultural Transformations III
   •  HUMT 1830 - Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest
   •  HUMT 1840 - American Revolutions
   •  HUMT 1850 - World Literature and Culture
   •  HUMT 1910 - Special Topics
   •  HUMT 2300 - Leadership in Organizations
   •  HUMT 2400 - Leadership, Discernment and the Community
   •  HUMT 2410 - Leadership, Discernment and the Community II
   •  HUMT 2420 - Leadership, Discernment and the Community III
   •  HUMT 2450 - Colloquium
   •  HUMT 2710 - Seminar on Elementary and Secondary Education
   •  HUMT 2720 - Supervised Internship in Elementary or Secondary Education
   •  HUMT 2910 - Special Topics
   •  HUMT 2960 - Independent Study
   •  HUMT 3010 - Perspectives on the Person I
   •  HUMT 3020 - Perspectives on the Person II
   •  HUMT 3200 - Acting for Future Teachers
   •  HUMT 3210 - Cartooning for Future Teachers
   •  HUMT 3400 - Leadership, Discernment and Global Engagement
   •  HUMT 3500 - Applied Ethics Workshop
   •  HUMT 3700 - State Credential Requirements
   •  HUMT 3710 - Education and the Polity
   •  HUMT 3720 - Leadership and Teaching
   •  HUMT 3730 - Understanding Leadership
   •  HUMT 3800 - Cultural Interface
   •  HUMT 3910 - Special Topics
   •  HUMT 3960 - Independent Study
   •  HUMT 4000 - Matteo Ricci College Seminars on Contemporary Problems
   •  HUMT 4010 - Matteo Ricci College Capstone Course I
   •  HUMT 4020 - Matteo Ricci College Capstone Course II
   •  HUMT 4390 - Leadership Capstone Course
   •  HUMT 4400 - Ethical Reasoning and Leadership
   •  HUMT 4410 - Leadership Internship
   •  HUMT 4420 - Applied Ethics Lab for Ethics Bowl
   •  HUMT 4710 - Jesuit Education
   •  HUMT 4720 - Jesuit Education Practicum
   •  HUMT 4910 - Special Topics
   •  HUMT 4950 - Internship
   •  HUMT 4960 - Independent Study
   •  HUMT 4990 - Undergraduate Research