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Bloomfield College Students Can Now Register for Online Humanities Courses at Various Colleges

Bloomfield College Students

By Alicia Cook

It is already time for Bloomfield College students to register for the Spring 2018 Semester. Registration officially opened yesterday. During this upcoming spring semester, Bloomfield College students will have the unique opportunity to take online courses in the Humanities at various independent colleges across the nation.

This is thanks to Bloomfield College being a part of a Consortium of Independent Colleges (CIC), which is dedicated to improving the effectiveness of online humanities teaching and learning.

The CIC states that, “21 institutions were selected for participation in the second Consortium for Online Humanities Instruction.” This program provides opportunities for “CIC member institutions to build their capacity for online humanities instruction and share their successes with other liberal arts colleges.”

Students at Bloomfield College now have a wide variety of courses to pick from in the Spring of 2018.  All courses are offered for academic credit and at no additional cost to Bloomfield students. Students, for example, can take “Greek and Roman Art” at Wesleyan College or a foreign language at Gettysburg College.

Available online courses for eligible Bloomfield College students include:

·         20th Century Art in the United States

·         Greek and Roman Art

·         Literature of the American Dream

·         Classics of World Literature

·         Marriage, Money, and Mystery: Studies in the British Novel

·         Linguistic Perspectives on English

·         Introduction to Black Feminist Thought

·         Renaissance and Reformation Europe

·         The Native American–European Encounter in North America

·         Power, Responsibility, and Exploitation: Britain’s Age of Empire

·         History of Gender in the United States

·         Globalization and Place: Past, Present, and Future

·         The History of Medicine

·         American Wars in the 20th Century

·         Italian Culture: Bella Figura, Sprezzatura, La Chiesa and a Whole Lot More

·         Modern Philosophy: Reason, Freedom, and Tolerance

·         Ethics, Values, and Justice

·         Applied Ethics: Biomedicine

·         Philosophy and Science Fiction

·         “That’s Not Fair!”: An Exploration of Theories of Justice

·         Legal Ethics

·         Advanced Spanish

·         Introduction to Classical Myth

·         Mexican Literature of the 20th and 21st Centuries: Revolutionaries, Visionaries, and Renegades

Click here for more information about the course offerings including course descriptions and college locations.