Courses for Career Exploration Students

NHSS-110 - Perspectives on Literature and the Arts

Students are introduced to basic concepts and terminology in the study of the humanities (visual and performing arts, history, and philosophy) through a variety of literary works presented in English and/or American Sign Language (short story, storytelling, novel excerpts, drama, film, poetry, and ASL literature). Students will learn about intellectual/academic inquiry and issues studied within these disciplines. (NTID Supported Students.) Lecture 3, Credits 3 (Spring)

NHSS-111 - The Changing American Family

Students are introduced to basic concepts and terminology in the study of the evolving American family from its Judeo-Christian roots to its multi-cultural reality in the 21st century. Students will learn about the nature of the family unit, the contributions of its members to the family organization, the family's contribution to society, and the current trends in the American family. (NTID Supported Students.) Lecture 3, Credits 3 (Fall)