Franklin College Requirement: Two Courses

The Franklin College Fine Arts/Philosophy/Religion Requirement can be satisfied with any courses taught from or cross-listed with Art History (ARHI), Religion (RELI), ARTS or Philosophy (PHIL) - excluding PHIL2500, PHIL2500H, PHIL4510 and PHIL4530. 

Both courses must be at least 3 hours and taught at the undergraduate level (1000-5999). Except for Multicultural selections, no course may be used to satisfy more than one Franklin College Requirement.

Additionally, the following courses may be used towards the completion of this requirement. 

*Courses with an asterisk could be used to satisfy a different Franklin College requirement instead. The student must choose which requirement the course will satisfy.

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

MUSI(AFST)(AFAM)2080 African American Music

MUSI(AFAM)2960 African American Percussive Music: From Africa to the Americas

THEA(AFAM)4480 History of African American Drama and Theatre

AFRICAN STUDIES

MUSI(AFST)(AFAM)2080 African American Music

THEA(AFST)4470 African Theatre: An Historical Overview

ART HISTORY

All 3-hour, 1000-5999 ARHI courses

ART - GRAPHIC DESIGN

ARGD3070 The History of Graphic Design

ART - INTERIOR DESIGN

ARID3210 Design History I

ARID3220 Design History II

ART - STUDIO ART

ARST2100 Introduction to Painting and Visuality

ARST3750 History of Fabric Design

ARST3760 Advanced Studio Practices

ARST3770 Design for Industry

ARST4205 Photography in Time

ARST4910 (no longer offered)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

ARTI(PSYC)(EPSY)(PHIL)3550 Introduction to Cognitive Science

ARTS

All 3-hour, 1000-5999 ARTS courses

CLASSICAL CULTURE

CLAS4400 The Art of Rome

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

CMLT4160* The Bible in Western Literature and Art

CMLT4200* Literature and the Visual Arts

CMLT4210* Literature and Cinema

CMLT4220* East Asian Cinema

CMLT4230* African Cinema

CMLT4630* Holocaust Literature and Film

CMLT4670 (not currently offered)

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSCI3030 Computing, Ethics, and Society

DANCE

DANC2010 Dance Appreciation

DANC3500 Seminar in Dance

DANC4500 Studies in Dance History

DANC4510 Dance History II

DRAMA

DRAM4270 (not currently offered), 

DRAM4490 African American Women in Cinema: Image and Aesthetics

ENGLISH

ENGL4640 Film as Literature

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

ARTI(PSYC)(EPSY)(PHIL)3550 Introduction to Cognitive Science

FILM STUDIES

FILM2120 Introduction to Cinema

FILM2121H Introduction to Cinema (Honors)

FILM2130 American Ethnic Cinema

FILM4250 History of Cinema I

FILM4260 History of Cinema II

FILM4600 Women and Film

FILM4650 French Film History

FILM4660 History of Animation

FILM4670 Film Technology and Style

GERMAN

GRMN2300 Introduction to German Culture Studies

GRMN2400 Improbable Laughter? German Film Comedy

GRMN2410 Modern Germany and the Holocaust

GRMN3300 Introduction to German Cinema

GRMN3820 German Film

HISTORY

HIST4750 History and Film

ITALIAN

ITAL4040 Italian Cinema

LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES

LACS4300/6300 Critical Concepts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

LINGUISTICS

LING2100* The Study of Language

LING2100H* The Study of Language (Honors)

MUSIC

MUSI1100 Music Theory I

MUSI1120 Music Theory II

MUSI2020 Introduction to Music

MUSI2030 Introduction to the Study of Music

MUSI2040 History of Popular Music

MUSI2050 Survey of Jazz History

MUSI2060 History and Analysis of Rock Music

MUSI(AFST)(AFAM)2080 African American Music

MUSI2090 Music and Film

MUSI2200H Honors Seminar in Music

MUSI2300 Music in Athens

MUSI2300H Music in Athens (Honors)

MUSI(AFAM)2960 African American Percussive Music: From Africa to the Americas

MUSI3020 World Music Survey: Africa, Europe, and the Americas

MUSI3021 World Music Survey: Middle East, Asia, and Oceana

MUSI3210 Music History I

MUSI3220 Music History II

MUSI3550 Music Theory for Non-Majors

MUSI4120 Form and Analysis

MUSI4200 Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Music

MUSI4210 Late Renaissance and Baroque Music

MUSI4220 Music in the Classic Period

MUSI4230 Music in the Romantic Period

MUSI4240 Modern Music

MUSI4250 Women and Music

MUSI4260 History of Opera

MUSI4270 Topics in Musical Cultures of the World

MUSI4290 Seminar in Musicology-Ethnomusicology

MUSI4291 African Music

WMST(MUSI)4310 Gender and Music Video

MUSI4440 History of American Music

MUSI4783 Jazz History

PHILOSOPHY

All 3-hour, 1000-5999 PHIL courses 

(EXCLUDING PHIL2500, PHIL2500H, PHIL4510 and PHIL4530)

PSYCHOLOGY

ARTI(PSYC)(EPSY)(PHIL)3550 Introduction to Cognitive Science

RELIGION

All 3-hour, 1000-5999 RELI courses

RUSSIAN

RUSS2050 20th-Century Russian Culture: The Soviet Experiment and its Aftermath

RUSS3300 Introduction to Russian Cinema

RUSS4040* Tolstoy on Page and Screen

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

SLAV2100 Slavic Folklore

SPANISH

SPAN4081 Spanish Film

SPAN4082 Spanish-American Film

THEATRE

THEA2000 Appreciation of Theatre

THEA2100H Appreciation of Theatre (Honors)

THEA2110 Voices of Diversity in American Drama and Theatre

THEA2131H American Ethnic Cinema (Honors)

THEA4200 (not currently offered)

THEA4210 Theatre and Modernity

THEA4220 Theatre and Society

THEA4230/6230 (not currently offered),

THEA4280 Women in Performance

THEA4300 Queer Theatre and Film

THEA4400 Asian Theatre and Drama

THEA4460 History of Dramatic Art: Special Topics

THEA(AFST)4470 African Theatre: An Historical Overview

THEA(AFAM)4480 History of African American Drama and Theatre

THEA4500/6500 The Broadway Musical and American Culture

THEA4700/6700 Dramaturgy

THEA4800/6800 Topics in History

WOMEN'S STUDIES

WMST(MUSI)4310 Gender and Music Video

 

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