Course Number
HUM 234
Semester Offered

This course examines how the Humanities utilizes and interacts with the fields of Mathematics and Science. Students utilize methodologies of the Humanities to examine the historical, philosophical, and ethical natures of Math and Science. Students explore mathematics and science as theoretical lenses to understand literary texts and other forms of art. This course covers topics that include but are not limited to infinities, multidimensional spacetime, biology and environmental science, robotics and technology, the mathematician/scientist character, and the discovery and impact of individual numbers/theories. Students compose essays and participate in discussions to demonstrate the connectivity of these usually disparate fields (no formal mathematical calculations are required of students).

ENG 102