Web Course Fact Sheet
  HUM 124, Humanities and the Search for Meaning
 InstructorsPost New Course/Edit Current Entry
  • The entries below are contributed by instructors to alert students about the technology requirements for specific 100% online or mixed Web/classroom courses.
  • Directions for instructors

  • Tuition for 100% online courses is charged at a higher rate, and always per credit hour. Tuition for mixed Web/classroom courses is charged at the same rate as regular classroom courses. For tuition information, see this link.
To Register in an EKU Web course, students must login to EKUDirect.
Semester: Summer 2013
Course Subject: HUM
Course #: 124
Course Section: 003
Course Title: Humanities and the Search for Meaning
Course Section Information: HUM 124: Humanities and the Search for Meaning. (3) I, II.
An introduction to the comparative and interdisciplinary study of culture. Gen. Ed. IIIA/IIIB. [AH].
Credit Hours: 3
Special Section 
Registration Requirements: 
Taking an integrated, multi-media approach, this course offers an accessible, challenging and diverse survey considering the search for meaning in and through a variety of modes of human expression, from Western and Non-Western cultures, from the ancient world to the present time.
Course Begins: Jul 01, 2013
Course Ends: Aug 02, 2013
Instructor: Erik Liddell
Instructor's Email: erik.liddell@eku.edu
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
 Email Discussion Boards Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
 Online Tests PowerPoint Files Other  E-text plus interactive online arts and humanities "lab"
Instructor's Web Page
(with syllabus and detailed course information):