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Programs »

Humanities


Mission Statement

Promoting excellence in a diverse community by providing quality academic and CE/WF education in Humanities in an urban multicultural setting and a global society.    
 
 Courses
  • HUMA 1302 Introduction to Humanities II (Core)
  • HUMA 1302-Introduction to the Humanities II:  Performance and Identity (Core)
  • HUMA 1305 – Introduction to Mexican-American Studies (Core)
  • HUMA 1311 – Mexican-American Fine Arts Appreciation (Core)
  • HUMA 1315 Fine Arts Appreciation (Core)
  • HUMA 1315-Fine Arts Appreciation through a Gendered Lens, Focus on Women in the Humanities (Core)
  • HUMA 2319 – American Minorities Studies (Core)
  • HUMA 2319-American Minorities Studies through Hip Hop (Core)
  • HUMA 2319-American Minorities Studies, Religion and the African American Community (Core)
  • HUMA 2323 – World Cultures
  • CUST 2370 Cultural Studies
  • Clemente Course in the Humanities (Free 6-hour College Course for students who demonstrate financial need)
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 Full Time Faculty

Dean Armstrong,
Program Administrator HUMA/DRAM
214-860-2254
 
Vanessa Taylor -
214-860-2443

Adjunct Instructors

Jerry Jones -
214-860-2341

Pamela Myers-Morgan -
pmyersmorgan@dccd.edu
214-860-2254

Randall Garrett -
rgarrett@dcccd.edu
214-860-2115

Jacqueline Smith -
jsmith@dcccd.edu
214-860-2254
 
For details about graduation rates, program costs and other important information, view the gainful employment disclosure.