Home > Bachelor > Liberal Studies > Ottawa > Bachelor of Humanities (Combined Honours) - Ottawa - Ontario

Bachelor of Humanities (Combined Honours)

Speak without obligation to Carleton University

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Bachelor of Humanities (Combined Honours) - At the institution - Ottawa - Ontario

  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Humanities program provides an integrated, interdisciplinary liberal education, combining the disciplines of history, philosophy, literature, political theory, religion, classics, art history, and music history. In addition to the curriculum the B.Hum fosters collegiality among the 70 to 80 students admitted each year through small discussion groups and their own College precinct.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Humanities (Combined Honours)
  • Course description
    Humanities
    B.Hum. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

    Students already admitted to the B.Hum. may register for a Combined Honours degree in Humanities and any other discipline offered within the B.A. Honours degree as a Combined Honours. Credits used to satisfy Items 1 through 8 below may also be used to satisfy up to 2.0 credits of the requirements of the other discipline under Item 9. A core seminar in Humanities used to fulfil the requirements of the other discipline will satisfy the 1.5 credit residence requirement of that discipline. In this case the requirement that residency credits be 3000-level or above is waived.
    Requirements (20.0 credits):

       1. 4.0 credits in Humanities Core: HUMS 1000 [1.0], HUMS 2000 [1.0], HUMS 3000 [1.0], and HUMS 4000 [1.0];
       2. 2.5 credits in HUMS 1005, HUMS 3200 [1.0] HUMS 4103, and HUMS 4104;
       3. 2.0 credits in HUMS 2101, HUMS 2102, HUMS 3102, HUMS 3103 (See Note, below);
       4. 2.5 credits in CLCV 2000 [1.0], RELI 1731, and RELI 2710 [1.0];
       5. 1.0 credit from ENGL 1000 [1.0], HIST 1001 [1.0], PHIL 1600 [1.0], or PSCI 1000 [1.0];
       6. 1.0 credit fulfilling the language requirement;
       7. 0.5 credit from ENGL 3601, ENGL 3603, ENGL 4607, ENGL 4608; HIST 3200 [1.0], PHIL 3005, PSCI 4310 [1.0], or HIST 2205 [1.0];
       8. 0.5 credit from HUMS 4901, HUMS 4902, HUMS 4903, or HUMS 4904;
       9. 6.0 credits in electives that include the requirements for the other discipline of the combined degree or the minor. Note: For Item 3 above, students who transfer into the B. Hum. may use up to 2.0 credits of any previously completed art and/or music courses (with the exception of advanced placement courses); student who study abroad may use up to 2.0 credits of art and/or music courses taken abroad; students enrolled in a Combined Honours in Humanities and Art History or Humanities and Music may substitute up to 1.0 credit of music or art from their combined discipline for the respective requirement or part thereof.

    • HUMS 1000 - Myth and Symbol
    • HUMS 1005 - Early Human Cultures
    • HUMS 2000 - Reason and Revelation
    • HUMS 2101 - Art from Antiquity to the Medieval World
    • HUMS 2102 - Modern European Art 1527-2000
    • HUMS 3000 - Culture and Imagination
    • HUMS 3102 - Western Music 1000-1850
    • HUMS 3103 - Western Music 1850-2000
    • HUMS 3200 - Continental European Literature
    • HUMS 3205 - Platonism and Idealism
    • HUMS 4000 - Politics, Modernity and the Common Good
    • HUMS 4001 - Directed Studies in the Humanities
    • HUMS 4002 - Directed Studies in the Humanities
    • HUMS 4103 - Science in the Modern World
    • HUMS 4104 - Modern Intellectual History
    • HUMS 4901 - Research Seminar: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
    • HUMS 4902 - Research Seminar: Renaissance to Enlightenment
    • HUMS 4903 - Research Seminar: Romanticism to the Present
    • HUMS 4904 - Research Seminar: Non-Western Traditions

Other programs related to Liberal Studies

This site uses cookies. If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted. See more  |