Liberal Arts: Emphasis in Arts and Humanities A.A. Art History Appreciation -19th Century 3 ART105 Art History Appreciation-Early 20th Cent 3 ART110 Introduction to the Visual Arts 3 ART111 Beginning Drawing 3 ART112 Intermediate Drawing 3 ART120 Two A.A ...

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<ul><li><p>Liberal Arts: Emphasis in Arts and Humanities A.A. Degree 2012-2013 </p><p> The Associate in Liberal Arts is designed for students who wish a broad knowledge of liberal arts and sciences plus additional coursework in an Area of Emphasis. This area of emphasis would be an ideal choice for students planning on transferring to the California State University or University of California as the student can satisfy their general education requirements, plus focus on transferable course work that relates to majors at CSU or UC. Please consult with a counselor for specific information regarding your intended major at the specific colleges/universality of your choice. This program is intended for students who are planning to transfer to a 4-year university. Students are required to complete the general education requirements listed on the IGETC or CSU Breadth advising forms, along with a minimum of 18 units in one area of emphasis. These courses emphasize the study of cultural, literary, humanistic activities and artistic expression of human beings. Students will evaluate and interpret the ways in which people through the ages in different cultures have responded to themselves and the world around them in artistic and cultural creation. Students will also learn to value aesthetic understanding and incorporate these concepts when constructing value judgments. This emphasis includes lower division coursework that prepares students for possible majors in the areas of fine arts, foreign languages, literature, and philosophy. This degree requires meeting the Citrus College General Education and proficiency requirements combined with successful completion (grades of "C" and above) of the following major requirements: Courses listed in RED are offered in the distance education (online) format. Choose at least one course from each category (A and B) and then complete additional courses in categories A or B to total 18 units. A. Arts ART100 Art History &amp; Appreciation - Fundamentals 3 ART101 Art History &amp; Appreciation - Ancient 3 ART102 Art History &amp; Appreciation - Medieval 3 ART103 Art History &amp; Appreciation - Renaissance 3 ART104 Art History &amp; Appreciation -19th Century 3 ART105 Art History &amp; Appreciation-Early 20th Cent 3 ART110 Introduction to the Visual Arts 3 ART111 Beginning Drawing 3 ART112 Intermediate Drawing 3 ART120 Two-Dimensional Design 3 ART121 Three-Dimensional Design 3 ART130 Beginning Painting 3 ART140 Beginning Ceramics 3 ART199 Motion Picture Appreciation 3 ART200 History of Motion Pictures 3 ART201 History of Motion Pictures II 3 ART206 History of Latin American Art 3 ART207 History of Asian Art 3 COMM100 Mass Media and Society 3 </p><p>COMM136 Cultural History of American Films 3 DANC102 History of Dance 3 DANC130 Alignment and Correctives 2 DANC159 Beginning Tap 1 DANC160 Jazz Dance Techniques 1 DANC161 Beginning Modern Dance 1 DANC162 Beginning Ballet 1 DANC259 Intermediate Tap I 1 DANC260 Intermediate Jazz Dance I 1 DANC261 Intermediate Modern Dance I 1 DANC262 Intermediate Ballet I 1 DANC289 Dance Concert Production 3 MUS105 Elementary Piano I 2 MUS110 History of Music I 3 MUS111 History of Music II 3 MUS113 History of Rock and Roll 3 MUS114 Music Appreciation 3 MUS200 Musicianship III 2 MUS201 Musicianship IV 2 MUS202 Harmony III 3 </p></li><li><p>MUS203 Harmony IV 3 MUS218 History of Jazz 3 MUS225 Introduction to American Music 3 MUS290 Applied Music 2 MUS291 Applied Music / Individual Instruction 2 PHTO101 Basic Photography 3 THEA101 Intro to Theatre Arts 3 THEA120 Intro to Tech for Theatre, TV &amp; Film 3 THEA125 Technical Theatre Production 2 THEA200 The Art of the Theatre 3 THEA201 Acting Fundamentals I 3 THEA202 Acting Fundamentals II 3 B. Humanities COMM200 Visual Communications 3 ENGL102 Introduction to Literature 3 ENGL120 Introduction to Women's Literature 3 ENGL210 Creative Writing I 3 ENGL213 Horror Literature 3 ENGL216 American Latino Literature 3 ENGL251 Introduction to English Literature I 3 ENGL252 Introduction to English Literature II 3 ENGL261 Introduction to U.S. American Literature I 3 ENGL262 Introduction to U.S. American Literature II 3 ENGL271 Introduction to World Literature: 3 ENGL272 Introduction to World Literature: 3 ENGL291/H Film as Literature/ Honors 3 ENGL293/H Children's Literature/Honors 3 ENGL294 Introduction to Shakespeare 3 ENGL296 Introduction to Folklore 3 ENGL298 Literature of the Bible 3 GER101 German I 5 GER102 German II 5 GER201 German III 5 GER202 German IV 5 HIST103/H Hist of World Civ up to 1500/Honors 3 HIST127 Spanish Civilization 3 HIST140 History of the American West 3 HUM101/H Humanities/Honors 3 HUM102 Humanities 3 HUM110 Humanities in the 20th Century 3 JPN101 Japanese I 5 JPN102 Japanese II 5 PHIL101 Great Religions of the World 3 PHIL106 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL108 Philosophy/Ethics 3 SPAN101 Spanish I 5 SPAN102 Spanish II 5 SPAN127 Spanish Civilization 3 SPAN201 Spanish III 5 SPAN202 Spanish IV 5 SPAN210 Interm Spanish for Speakers of Spanish 5 SPAN211 Reading &amp; Comp for Speakers of Spanish II 5 </p><p>Total Units 18 </p><p> A.A. Degree Level Student Learning Outcomes Students completing the Liberal Arts: Emphasis in Arts and Humanities A.A. Degree will: </p><p>1. Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of Fine and Performing Arts history, techniques and theory. </p><p> 2. Analyze, create, notate and perform </p><p>examples in a variety of styles within a studio and/or performance environment. </p><p> 3. Demonstrate college-level critical </p><p>interpretation, analysis, and synthesis of written material and media messages that reflect multicultural perspectives. </p><p> 4. Demonstrate college-level informed, </p><p>thoughtful, effective written, oral, and visual expression in English or other languages. </p><p> 5. Demonstrate college-level development of </p><p>cultural appreciation through literature in English and other languages. </p><p> 6. Demonstrate respect for diverse </p><p>perspectives and demonstration of cultural awareness, personal responsibility, and ethical behavior within a diverse society </p></li></ul>

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