Posted: August 25, 2020
Manchester Community College proudly offers a variety of courses which present an academic opportunity for students to explore important and timely social and cultural topics through humanities lenses such as literature, history, music, art and social media.
Current events have focused much of the attention of the nation on these very issues and MCC offers these classes through the program, “Core Learning Outcome of Social and Cultural Understanding,” presenting a series of Humanities courses focused on race and racism.
Starting in the Fall 2020 semester, students will have the opportunity to explore these topics from a broad range of perspectives, to apply their own experiences, and to engage in critical discourse with their peers through reading, writing and discussions. Students are encouraged to register today for one of these Humanities electives:
Please click the links below for full course descriptions:
- Themes of Social and Cultural Understanding: Humanities 200 Special Topics: The 1619 Project
- English 200 Special Topics: Native American Literature
- English 207 Literary Analysis: Contemporary Social Justice
- English 218 Short Story: International Voices
- English 227 Survey of African American Literature
Register for these course and others today at www.mccnh.edu/academics/course-schedules.