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Humanities

Quick Facts

  • Courses:
    • Core Curriculum Requirement: Language, Culture & Philosophy
    • Degree & certificate plan requirements
  • Courses are offered at: all campuses

Summary

The humanities study the creative legacy of human culture: the connective thread that unites all of humanity—past, present and future.

Examining what it means to be human—whether through an ancient Greek sculpture, a Renaissance invention or a contemporary American political debate—is at the heart of the humanities.

Our courses are designed to help you develop skills in critical thinking, creativity and self-expression. Plus, our dedicated, student-centered faculty have fresh ideas and teach with interactive methods.

Many disciplines are included in the study of human beings and the cultural products they create, including:

  • Anthropology
  • Philosophy
  • History
  • Language
  • Literature
  • Geography
  • Fine arts
  • Political science

Reasons to Study Humanities

  • Connect to almost every other college discipline
  • Develop skills employers look for: creativity, critical thinking and global awareness
  • Participate in your own learning process
  • Explore big ideas
  • Learn to think independently and develop opinions
  • Build upon your interests—whether it's art, history, or politics
  • Transfer humanities courses to any Texas state college or university—with completion of the core curriculum

Courses

 

Contact

Northwest Campus

Kim Jackson
Associate Professor of Humanities & Dance

Call 817-515-7190

Email kim.jackson@tccd.edu

South Campus

Carlos Rovelo
Instructor of History & Government

Call 817-515-4062

Email carlos.rovelo@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus

Justin Brumit
Professor of English & Humanities

Call 817-515-1173

Email justin.brumit@tccd.edu

Updated August 03, 2021