COM205 Oral Interpretation/Readers Theater
A performance course involving the analysis and aesthetic appreciation of literature (lyric, narrative, and drama) through the medium of oral interpretation. This course incorporates techniques for control of self (body and voice), control of the literary object, control of the audience, and critique of solo and group performances. Rehearsals outside of class time may be required; please see instructor.
Prerequisite: COM103 or ENL101 or THR103
HUM102 Humanities: Perception through the Arts
This course is an introduction to humanistic studies; it examines works of the human spirit (in music, painting, philosophy, sculpture, architecture, drama, poetry) which have influenced our civilization and who we are as individuals.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Note: Satisfies a Humanities and Fine Arts general education requirement.