Humanities (A.A.)

Overview

Humanities consist of art, communication, drama, foreign languages, literature, music, philosophy, religion – all fields whose basis is meant by which humans organize and communicate their experience to others. Due to the emphasis on communication skills, aesthetics, analysis, research and understanding of others’ experience – as well as upon specific knowledge areas – Humanities at SUNY Cobleskill is an excellent starting place for the pursuit of art, communications, education, English, foreign languages, law, public relations, theater and even medicine. As students in this major fulfill many of their basic general education requirements, they have the flexibility to change majors without losing credits. Students will take an A.A. core and then use their many electives to concentrate on a specific area of Humanities for preparation for transfer.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

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