This degree focuses on studying and analyzing the interplay of significant philosophical, artistic, historical, political, religious, and cultural issues. Students will have a historical understanding of major civilizations and cultures, both Western and non-Western, as well as an understanding and appreciation of the contributions and perspectives of prominent intellectual women and men, including those of ethnic and other minorities.
To complete this AA degree, a student needs to accomplish 9 units in Humanities plus 9 units in Philosophy, for a combined total of 18 units.Humanities Learning OutcomesOn-line NVC Catalog
AA Humanities and Philosophy For more information, contact:
Dr. Sharon GockeJanet Stickmon