Intellectual Heritage (IH)

Courses

IH 0851. Mosaic: Humanities Seminar I. 3 Credit Hours.

Through the analysis, synthesis and evaluation of challenging primary texts and their contexts, students are introduced to core humanities concepts. This theme-based course, the first of a two-course sequence, presents texts across cultures, histories and disciplines. Students investigate the nature of the individual in human society through the examination of psychological, social and political texts in dialogue with examples from art and literature. Duplicate Credit Warning: All students are required to take a two-semester sequence of Intellectual Heritage (unless they transferred 45 credits or more or an approved Associate's Degree). Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar I is currently numbered 0851 or 0951 for Honors and was previously known as 1196, 1996, X051, and X091. Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar II is currently numbered 0852 or 0952 for Honors, and was previously known as 1297, 1997, X052, and X092. Students who have completed the first semester of Intellectual Heritage (1196, 1996, X051, or X091) are permitted to take either IH 0851 or 0852 to complete their requirements. Students will not receive additional credits if two courses are taken from the second semester options (0852, 0952, 1297, 1997, X052, and X092); only one course of these options will carry graduation credit.

Course Attributes: GY

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 0852. Mosaic: Humanities Seminar II. 3 Credit Hours.

In the second course of a two-course sequence, students continue to work with texts across cultures, histories and disciplines. Students extend their investigation of human society to the cosmos, and move from in-depth textual analysis to broader considerations of scientific discourse, philosophy and ethical understanding. Duplicate Credit Warning: All students are required to take a two-semester sequence of Intellectual Heritage (unless they transferred 45 credits or more or an approved Associate's Degree). Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar I is currently numbered 0851 or 0951 for Honors and was previously known as 1196, 1996, X051, and X091. Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar II is currently numbered 0852 or 0952 for Honors, and was previously known as 1297, 1997, X052, and X092. Students who have completed the first semester of Intellectual Heritage (1196, 1996, X051, or X091) are permitted to take either IH 0851 or 0852 to complete their requirements. Students will not receive additional credits if two courses are taken from the second semester options (0852, 0952, 1297, 1997, X052, and X092); only one course of these options will carry graduation credit.

Course Attributes: GZ

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 0951. Honors Mosaic: Humanities Seminar I. 3 Credit Hours.

Through the analysis, synthesis and evaluation of challenging primary texts and their contexts, students are introduced to core humanities concepts. This theme-based course, the first of a two-course sequence, presents texts across cultures, histories and disciplines. Students investigate the nature of the individual in human society through the examination of psychological, social and political texts in dialogue with examples from art and literature. Duplicate Credit Warning: All students are required to take a two-semester sequence of Intellectual Heritage (unless they transferred 45 credits or more or an approved Associate's Degree). Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar I is currently numbered 0851 or 0951 for Honors and was previously known as 1196, 1996, X051, and X091. Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar II is currently numbered 0852 or 0952 for Honors, and was previously known as 1297, 1997, X052, and X092. Students who have completed the first semester of Intellectual Heritage (1196, 1996, X051, or X091) are permitted to take either IH 0851 or 0852 to complete their requirements. Students will not receive additional credits if two courses are taken from the second semester options (0852, 0952, 1297, 1997, X052, and X092) only one course of these options will carry graduation credit.

Cohort Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Cohorts: SCHONORS, UHONORS, UHONORSTR

Course Attributes: GY, HO

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 0952. Honors Mosaic: Humanities Seminar II. 3 Credit Hours.

In the second course of a two-course sequence, students continue to work with texts across cultures, histories and disciplines. Students extend their investigation of human society to the cosmos, and move from in-depth textual analysis to broader considerations of scientific discourse, philosophy and ethical understanding. Duplicate Credit Warning: All students are required to take a two-semester sequence of Intellectual Heritage (unless they transferred 45 credits or more or an approved Associate's Degree). Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar I is currently numbered 0851 or 0951 for Honors and was previously known as 1196, 1996, X051, and X091. Intellectual Heritage/Mosaic Humanities Seminar II is currently numbered 0852 or 0952 for Honors, and was previously known as 1297, 1997, X052, and X092. Students who have completed the first semester of Intellectual Heritage (1196, 1996, X051, or X091) are permitted to take either IH 0851 or 0852 to complete their requirements. Students will not receive additional credits if two courses are taken from the second semester options (0852, 0952, 1297, 1997, X052, and X092) only one course of these options will carry graduation credit.

Cohort Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Cohorts: SCHONORS, UHONORS, UHONORSTR

Course Attributes: GZ, HO

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1061. Intellectual Heritage I Lab. 1 Credit Hour.

An intensive series of guided reading exercises for the assigned texts of Intellectual Heritage I. Emphasis is on comprehending important ideas contained in the texts through self-paced reading and comparison with paraphrased versions. The course includes a discussion of ideas for essay assignments and an opportunity to draft and redraft with advice from the lab instructor before submitting essays to the IH instructor. The course offers focused preparation for IH examinations. NOTE: Offered at Temple University Japan only.

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1062. Intellectual Heritage II Lab. 1 Credit Hour.

An intensive series of guided reading exercises for the assigned texts of Intellectual Heritage II. Emphasis is on comprehending important ideas contained in the texts through self-paced reading and comparison with paraphrased versions. The course includes a discussion of ideas for essay assignments and an opportunity to draft and redraft with advice from the lab instructor before submitting essays to the IH instructor. The course offers focused preparation for IH examinations. NOTE: Offered at Temple University Japan only.

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1196. Intellectual Heritage I. 3 Credit Hours.

The first course of a required two-course sequence covering key readings in the western and other intellectual traditions. Readings in Intellectual Heritage I extend from the Bible and ancient Greece through the Renaissance, covering topics as varied as literature, religion, political thought, and the history of science.

Course Attributes: IA

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1297. Intellectual Heritage II. 3 Credit Hours.

Second course in the Intellectual Heritage sequence, extending from John Locke through the modern era, and again including the history of science, political science, and literature.

Course Attributes: IB

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1996. Honors Intellectual Heritage I. 3 Credit Hours.

The first course of a required two-course sequence covering key readings in the western and other intellectual traditions. Readings in Honors Intellectual Heritage I extend from the Bible and ancient Greece through the Renaissance, covering topics as varied as literature, religion, political thought, and the history of science.

Cohort Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Cohorts: SCHONORS, UHONORS, UHONORSTR

Course Attributes: HO, IA

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.

IH 1997. Honors Intellectual Heritage II. 3 Credit Hours.

Second course in the Intellectual Heritage sequence, extending from John Locke through the modern era, and again including the history of science, political science, and literature.

Cohort Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Cohorts: SCHONORS, UHONORS, UHONORSTR

Course Attributes: HO, IB

Repeatability: This course may not be repeated for additional credits.