English/literature, foreign languages, philosophy, and speech communication classes.
Those branches of knowledge, such as philosophy, literature, and art, that are concerned with human thought and culture; the liberal arts. (Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.)
Subjects such as English, philosophy, language, and literature as distinguished from the social sciences, and natural and physical sciences.
studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); "the college of arts and sciences"
An area of university studies that normally includes English, French, history, and philosophy.
Disciplines that study human cultures and expressions.
These refer to the cultural world. The humanities are usually classified as art, the classics, dramatic art, English, general and comparative literature, journalism, music, philosophy, religion, and language. Many colleges divide their offerings into three divisions: humanities, social science, and natural sciences.
Generally, the fields of art, communication, languages, literature, philosophy and religion are grouped into the broader academic area referred to as the humanities. At QVCC, the humanities requirements for degree programs and certificates can be satisfied with courses in the areas of art, communication, English, foreign Languages, humanities, music, philosophy, sign language, and theater.
The branch of learning that connects the fine arts, literature, languages, philosophy and cultural science. The humanities are concerned with the understanding and integration of human thought and accomplishment.
Courses focusing on human culture, including philosophy, foreign language, religion, and literature.
Human related programs usually offered within a Faculty of Arts (e.g., history, languages and literature, sociology).
The fine arts, literature, philosophy, speech, foreign language and sign language as vehicles for human expression as well as means by which to understand the human condition.
The humanities are those academic disciplines which study the human condition using methods that are largely analytic, critical, or speculative, as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches of the natural and social sciences. Conventionally the humanities include the classics, languages, literature, music, philosophy, history, religion, and the visual and performing arts. Additional subjects sometimes included in the humanities are anthropology, area studies, communications and cultural studies, although these are often regarded as social sciences.