Humanities

These courses may fulfill St. Mary's Core and/or School Specific Core requirements, with the approval of the Dean of Humanities and Social Science.

HU 2100. Pers. &Themes Hist, Phil & The. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 2103. Perspectives & Themes in SS. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 2105. Perspec & Themes in HS,PL, TH. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 2107. Perspectives and Themes in the Fine Arts. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 2200. Pers. &Themes Hist, Phil & The. 2 Semester Hours.

HU 2203. Perspectivesand Themes in SS. 2 Semester Hours.

HU 2300. Pers. &Themes Hist, Phil & The. 3 Semester Hours.

HU 2303. Perspectivesand Themes in SS. 3 Semester Hours.

HU 2305. Perspectives and Themes in Literature, Language, and/or Communication. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in literature, language, or communication taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

HU 2307. Perspectives and Themes in the Fine Arts. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the fine arts taught from an interdisciplnary perspective. Topics vary. This course can be taken for one-credit hour (HU 3107) or two-credit hours (HU 3207). And this course is available as HU 2107, HU 2207, HU 3307.

HU 2603. Perspectives & Themes in SS. 6 Semester Hours.

HU 3000. LSAT Preparation. 0 Semester Hours.

In a partnership with Kaplan, this course will assist students in their preparation for the entrance exam required by law schools. The Kaplan LSAT Course begins with a comprehensive work-up that includes a Personal Profile and two Diagnostic Tests. This information is utilized to provide comprehensive feedback that will not only identify the student's academic strengths and weaknesses, but also prescribe a study regimen that is tailored to build up the student's knowledge in weak subject areas, reinforce knowledge in stronger areas and develop the higher order analytical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for success on the LSAT test. Fee $1000.

HU 3103. Perspectives and Themes in SS. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 3105. Perspectives&Themes in Lit, La. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 3107. Perspectives&Themes in the Fin. 1 Semester Hour.

HU 3200. Perspectives&Themes in Hist, Philosophy and Theology. 2 Semester Hours.

HU 3203. Perspectives and Themes in SS. 2 Semester Hours.

HU 3205. Perspectives and Themes in Literature, Languages, and/or Communication. 2 Semester Hours.

HU 3300. Perspectives and Themes in History, Philosophy and/or Theology. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the synoptic studies fields of history, philosophy, or theology taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

HU 3303. Perspectives and Themes in Social Science. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the social sciences taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary. This course can be taken for one-credit hour (HU 3103) or two-credit hours (HU 3203). And this course is available as HU 2103, HU 2203, HU 2303.

HU 3305. Perspectives and Themes in Literature, Languages, and/or Communication. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in literature, language, or communication taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary. This course can be taken for one-credit hour (HU 3105) or two-credit hours (HU 3205). And this course is available as HU 2105, HU 2205, HU 2305.

HU 3307. Perspectives and Themes in the Fine Arts. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the fine arts taught from an interdisciplnary perspective. Topics vary. This course can be taken for one-credit hour (HU 3107) or two-credit hours (HU 3207). And this course is available as HU 2107, HU 2207, HU 2307.

HU 3325. Understanding Japan. 3 Semester Hours.

HU 5155. Humanities & Social Sciences Internship. 1 Semester Hour.

A hands-on approach to Humanities and Social Science major topics through work in a business, government agency, or not-for-profit organization. Cooperation between the workplace and the university is required. Topics vary depending on the needs of the sponsoring company, agency, or organization and on the academic needs of the student & the degree program. Credit hours may be completed in increments of 1, 2, or 3 credit hours per semester or summer session but not to exceed the number allowed by the major or by the electives guidelines. This course can be considered for substitution for other specific internship requirements. Prerequisite: Consent of the academic adviser & HSS Dean.

HU 5255. Humanities & Social Sciences Internship. 2 Semester Hours.

A hands-on approach to Humanities and Social Science major topics through work in a business, government agency, or not-for-profit organization. Cooperation between the workplace and the university is required. Topics vary depending on the needs of the sponsoring company, agency, or organization and on the academic needs of the student & the degree program. Credit hours may be completed in increments of 1, 2, or 3 credit hours per semester or summer session but not to exceed the number allowed by the major or by the electives guidelines. This course can be considered for substitution for other specific internship requirements. Prerequisite: Consent of the academic adviser & HSS Dean.

HU 5300. Internship. 3 Semester Hours.

HU 5355. Humanities & Social Sciences Internship. 3 Semester Hours.

A hands-on approach to Humanities and Social Science major topics through work in a business, government agency, or not-for-profit organization. Cooperation between the workplace and the university is required. Topics vary depending on the needs of the sponsoring company, agency, or organization and on the academic needs of the student & the degree program. Credit hours may be completed in increments of 1, 2, or 3 credit hours per semester or summer session but not to exceed the number allowed by the major or by the electives guidelines. This course can be considered for substitution for other specific internship requirements. Prerequisite: Consent of the academic adviser & HSS Dean.

HU 5600. Internship. 6 Semester Hours.

SS 3300. Essential Elements of Soc Sci. 3 Semester Hours.

This capstone course brings together the various essential knowledge and skills of the Social Science: History, Political Science, Economics, and Geography, for the prospective elementary educator. The key components of the social studies (as designed by the Texas State Board of Educator Certification) are focused upon. Methods of application to the classroom are highlighted. Field experience required.