To explore offerings in the humanities, click on the tabs located across the top of this page.
Looking for writing courses or courses that focus on literature?
Writing and literary studies are vital disciplines within the humanities. However, at YCCC, writing and literature courses are housed separately, in the English department. English and humanities faculty work closely together to coordinate course offerings.
For information on English classes, contact Dr. Dianne Fallon, English Department Chair: 216-4357 or email@example.com.
The word "humanities" refers to a broad range of disciplines--essentially, any field of study that focuses on human creativity or culture. Thus, the humanities include all traditional arts, as well as history, philosophy, religion, and languages.
At YCCC, we offer a variety of humanities courses. Some are rooted in the creative arts, including music, film, drama, and fine arts. Others focus on ideas and theories that form the very backbone of our world: U.S. and global history, ethics, and philosophy. All of our humanities courses emphasize the power of ideas, the value of creativity, the importance of critical thinking, and the worth of human achievement.
Even more broadly, the humanities reflect a love of learning. We study the humanities not simply to gain marketable skills, but to widen our knowledge, to deepen our intellect, to foster our curiosity, to enhance our life skills, and to find and appreciate meaning, significance, and beauty in the world around us.
We invite you to explore the humanities offerings at YCCC and beyond.
|ART 110: Art Appreciation||HUM 101: Introduction to the Humanities|
|ART 120: Introduction to Drawing||
|ART 123: Introduction to Painting||HUM 102: Seminar: Mythology|
|ART 126: Foundations of Design||HUM 110: World Religions|
|ART 131: Introduction to Sculpture||HUM 135: Arts in America|
|ART 132: Introduction to Illustration||
|ART 134: Color Theory||HUM 210: Historical and Literary Survey of the Bible|
|ART 136: Digital Photography||
|ASL 101: Beginning Sign Language||LAT 101: Beginning Latin|
|ASL 102: Advanced Sign Language||
|COM 101: Introduction to Film||
|COM 110: Introduction to Digital Filmmaking||
|HIS 101: Western Civilization: From Antiquity to 1715||PHI 102: Ethics and Contemporary Society|
|HIS 102: Western Civilization: From 1715 to the Present||SPA 101: Conversational Spanish|
|HIS 105: Topics: Age of World War||
|HIS 110: United States History to 1877||
|HIS 120: United States History 1877 to the Present||
|HIS 125: U.S. Civil Rights||
|HIS 140: U.S. Religious History|