HUM 146: Mythology
In this course, students are introduced to myths from around the world, and explore mythological themes and the relationship between culture and myths. Course content touches on other disciplines including psychology, sciences, arts and literature. This course can be structured according to cultures, core themes or archetypes. Classes will cover at least 5-6 different cultures and a variety of core themes. Cultures: Greek, Roman, Celtic, Norse, Native American, Arctic, Asia, Americas, Africa, Middle East. Core themes (selection): Creation, Gods and Goddesses, Heroes, Demons, Animals, Underworld, Quests, Afterlife, and Worlds Destroyed (Floods).
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
Level II Prereq: Computer Literacy
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