Improve your academic skills in this 4-week intensive course.
- 200 US dollars$200
- TBD During final TR.1000 Tactical Session
HUM.1310 Humanities Introduction (3) An orientation to the tools and practices involved with classically humane learning. This course introduces students to some of the richest texts from the Great Books of the Western World to help them gain confidence in their ability to succeed with the interpretive process in a conversational learning setting. Students examine works by authors including, but not necessarily limited to, Plato, Aristotle, Plutarch, and Augustine. Offered during the Fall and Spring semesters upon sufficient demand. Budgeting your time The first 4-weeks of this course involve 2.5 hours each week in the Relational Learning Session and 5 hours of additional preparation. You will have an additional 4 weeks to complete 4 independent study sessions that involve reading, asking interpretive questions, and writing and revising essays. The total number of hours, including your time investment from TR.1000, should equal or exceed 135-clock hours.
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