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The Humanities minor is an undergraduate program that promotes intellectual inquiry through the humanities, exploring a variety of topics relative to the modern human condition thought and values as depicted in literature, film, and culture. Through the Humanities minor, students will understand ways in which various peoples throughout history and across geographic boundaries have expressed ideals and values rooted in/surrounding the human condition. The Humanities minor enhances one’s ability to critically assess texts and ideas and to aptly communicate these assessments-skills that allow students to make effective contributions in the community and in the workplace. The minor requires 15 hours of upper-division courses in the HUM rubric.