College of Arts and Letters

2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Progression Plans are for planning purposes
only; see the catalog for official details.

Interdisciplinary Studies - Humanities 90-30, Bachelor of Science

Campus Availability

  • Online
  • Yuma

Program Information

Students may transfer in up to 90 hours of credit. However, all Liberal Studies and other graduation requirements must be met. Please contact an advisor for more information regarding the use of transfer credit and suitability of the Humanities 90-30 degree.

Advising Contact:
Extended Campuses Student Service Center
1800-426-8315
Online.advising@nau.edu

Humanities Emphasis
Complete the following 15 hours:
HUM 345W  Critical Judgment in the Humanities
HUM 475C  Human Nature and Values
SC 361 or SC 424 Persuasion OR Gender and Communications
ENG 305W  Writing in Disciplinary Communities
BIO 301 or 302  Science, Religion, and Reality OR Relevance of Science

Choose 5 classes from the following for a total of 15 hours:
HUM 370, 371, 373, 375 (US Ethnic Diversity) 376, 395, 362 (Global Diversity), 381 (Global Diversity); or any 300-400 level HUM class

Communication Skills
CIS 120 Computer Literacy
Additional Computer Literacy Course

Choose one class from the following:  CST 111, CST 311, CST 312, CST 314, CST 315, CST 318
Choose one class from the following:  CST 271, CST 321, CST 323, CST 351, CST 365, CST 424, CST 465, CST 472, CST 477

Science Requirement:
Take at least 12 units selected from: ANT 101, 102, 104, BBA 340, BIO 301, 302, PSY 230, MAT 114, STA 270, ESE 380, SOC 355W or 365, PAS/CCJ 355 OR 356, POS 303 or courses with BIO, PHY, AST, MAT, STA, GLG, ENV, or CHM prefixes.