NEH Pilot Grant - Columbus College Proposal for a Three-Quarter Sequence of Interdisciplinary Humanities Courses for General Students
Columbus College, begun in 1958, achieved senior status in the University System of Georgia in 1965. It has grown to a size of 5500 students, primarily out of an urban community interest in an institution which can provide a comprehensive education beyond the limits of the traditional two-year community college. Its philosophy is essentially practical if not technical, and the student body tends to seek out majors in professional and pre-professional disciplines such as Education, Business Administration, and Criminal Justice, more than in the liberal arts. The Humanities Division, while sponsoring about eighty majors, acts primarily as a service unit for other academic divisions.
KeywordsColumbus College Program Faculty Creative Writing Interdisciplinary Program Guest Lecturer
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