University of California, Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616 | 530-752-1011. The units of most undergraduate courses at UC Davis are assigned to one of the following three Topical Breadth areas.
All rights reserved. GE credit with concurrent enrollment in course 4: ArtHum, Wrt. GE credit: ArtHum, Div, Wrt. If you are graduating under catalog rules for academic years 2011-12 through 2016-17, however, the requirement is slightly different: you must take 6 units of American Cultures, Governance, and History (of which 3 units must also be certified in Domestic Diversity) and 3 units of World Cultures coursework, for a total of 9 Civic and Cultural Literacy units. Lecture/discussion—3 hours; extensive writing.
May be repeated once for credit.
Introduction to humanities topics and methodologies; analysis of major figures, works, and genres in world arts and literatures, with emphasis on relationships between history, society, and culture.
University of California, Davis Note: If a course is certified in more than one Core Literacy area, you may count the course units toward only one Core Literacy area. Arts and Humanities: 12 to 20 units; Science and Engineering: 12 to 20 units Study of major texts of these thinkers, selected with an eye to their impact on 20th-century economics, ethics, and attitudes toward eros. May be repeated once for credit if topic differs. Interdisciplinary approach to the use of story across time, culture, and discipline. Drawing on faculty from a wide range of disciplines and intellectual interests, the program cuts across the humanities, social sciences, the law school, and agricultural and environmental studies. The faculty’s intellectual and teaching philosophy is geared toward incorporating new theoretical and scholarly models, especially cross-disciplinary methods, without ceasing to pay attention to national literatures. Copyright © The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus.
GE credit: ArtHum, Wrt. The meaning of human relations with animals studied across a variety of historical periods and culture and from a variety of humanistic perspectives. 60. Individually designed supervised internship, off campus, in community or institutional setting.
Attention to provocative implications for contemporary society. The program of study includes composition/theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, and conducting.
Offered in alternate years.
Individually supervised instruction and specially designed qualifying exams permit students to pursue their interests in depth and with great flexibility. Offered in alternate years. Lecture/discussion- 3 hours; extensive writing. GE 2 credit: ArtHum. For faculty with policy or interpretation questions, please contact the committee analyst, Theresa Costa. Offered in alternate years. Reading Don Quixote as emblem of modernity in the West.
GE credit with concurrent enrollment in course 1: GE 2 credit: ArtHum, Wrt. The UC Davis General Education (GE) requirement has two components: Topical Breadth (52 units) and Core Literacies (35 units). Prerequisite: satisfaction of Subject A requirement.
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The program has both M.A. Lecture/discussion-3 hours; extensive writing. With the exception of units used to satisfy the English Composition literacy, units satisfying a Core Literacy component are also allowed to satisfy a Topical Breadth area. Special Study for Advanced Undergraduates (1-4). GE credit: ArtHum, Div, SocSci, Wrt. Lecture/discussion-3 hours; extensive writing. Live performance and globalization in the twenty-first century. Social, economic, and cultural issues related to modern trends in travel. GE credit with concurrent enrollment in course 9D: ArtHum, Wrt. 1D. May be repeated once for credit if topic differs.
Lecture/discussion-4 hours; term paper. Animals and Human Culture Discussion (2). Don Quixote and the Modern World Discussion (2).
For students with questions, please contact your advisor. Small group discussions and preparation of short papers for course 9. The Spanish Graduate Program offers comprehensive knowledge of the history of the Spanish language, literary or linguistic scholarship, and competence in two other foreign languages. Humanities Forum (2) Lecture-2 hours. Beginning in the academic year 2019 -2020, the UC Davis will offer a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing through the Department of English.
Topics will vary. Lecture-3 hours; extensive writing. Issues of reality versus illusion, heroism, freedom and self-fulfillment, racial tolerance and love. Particular focus on conceptions of the self and the individual's relation to society. Writers take workshop courses in several genres and can write a thesis in fiction, nonfiction, poetry or “hybrid” (multi-genre) form. Lecture-2 hours.
), Individual research in the humanities resulting in a formal written research report. (P/NP grading only. 1D. (S/U grading only. Small group discussions and preparation of short papers for course 4. All rights reserved. Beginning in the academic year 2019 -2020, the UC Davis will offer a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing through the Department of English. Introduction to topics related to the construction of identity through language use, including geographical and social factors affecting language groups. May be repeated once for credit if topic differs. Prerequisite: graduate standing or consent of instructor. Lecture/discussion-3 hours; term paper. Don Quixote in other cultural and popular media: film, dance, art, musical drama, and television. May be repeated for credit up to 15 units. Contemporary trends in travel, including mass tourism, adventure travel, and ecotravel.
Prerequisite: course 9 concurrently. All rights reserved. Prerequisite: consent of instructor required. See additional information here. The following requirements pertain to students who matriculated for the first time in Fall 2011 or later.
The minor in Medieval and Early Modern Studies is a coherent program of interdisciplinary study. Note: If a course is certified in more than one Topical Breadth area, you may count the course units toward only one Topical Breadth area.