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Major Academic Plan (MAP)
Associate in Arts & Sciences
BA in Humanities
(64 credits)
English Department
College of Arts, Letters, and Education
Why study Humanities?
Study of the humanities is distinguished by an interest in the
human aspect of all knowledge. The humanities are therefore
broad in nature and a variety of individual programs can be
designed for students who want a non-vocational, liberal arts
background. The requirements listed on the reverse side of this
document are expected to meet the needs of most students;
other patterns may be developed with approval of the program
coordinator. In addition to the courses listed, individual study of
the classical languages, Greek and Latin, may be arranged.
Learning Goals
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Distinguish basic forms and strategies of philosophy,
literature and at least one of the arts and of the social
sciences
Recognize significant steps in the development of
Western Civilization, not only how values have developed
internally, but also the ways in which new values have
entered the culture from other civilizations
Write clear and effective English in a variety of rhetorical
contexts
Learn how useful interpretations arise from differing
experiences and information, especially from those who
are different in age, abilities, ethnicity, gender or sexual
orientation
Learn the values of intellectual honesty, personal
responsibility and the habits of active rather than passive
learning
Program Coordinator
Dr. Grant Smith
229I Patterson Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
509.359.6023
gsmith@ewu.edu
Department Chair
Dr. Logan Greene
203 Patterson Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
509.359.2400
lgreene@ewu.edu
Department Assistant
Diane Weber
203 Patterson Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
509.359.6039
dweber@ewu.edu
Sample Careers
Writer and editor
Journalist
Educator
Communications
Specialist
Public Relations
Specialist
Political organizer
Advertising Specialist
AA – DTA Degree Requirements with Suggested Classes
that Fulfill EWU Prerequisites/Requirements
WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE COURSE
WRITING SKILLS (10 credits)
ENGL& 101 Composition: General (5)
ENGL 201 Comp.: Advanced Essay (5) or
ENGL 202 Comp.: Critical Analysis (5) or
ENGL 203 Comp.: Research (5)
QUANTITATIVE SKILLS (5 credits)
Consult your advisor for course options.
HUMANITIES (15 credits)
Consult your advisor for course options.
NATURAL SCIENCES (15 credits)
Consult your advisor for course options.
SOCIAL SCIENCES (15 credits)
Consult your advisor for course options.
ELECTIVE REQUIREMENTS (30 credits)
Consult your advisor for course options.
E.W.U. COURSE EQUIVALENT
ENGL 101 College Composition
ENGL 201 College Composition:
Analysis/Research/Document (5)
The courses listed below transfer to satisfy EWU Graduation Requirements
and can be taken before or during the major programs:
Foreign Language
Two full years of high school-level or one full year of college-level credit is required for
graduation.
Cultural Diversity (one course)
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ANTH 220 Cross-Cultural Studies
(5)
CHST 112 Chicano Experience in
Contemporary Society (5)
HIST& 219 Native American History
(5)
SOC 135 Sociology of Women (5)
SOC 151 Sociology of Race and
Ethnic Groups (5)
International Studies (one course)
• HIST 174 Western World History –
Latin America (5)
• HIST 274 Eastern World History –
East Asia (5)
• PHIL 275 Comparative World
Religions (5)
• POLS& 203 International
Relations (5)
• SOC& 201 Social Problems (5)
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