Humanities and Social Sciences


Welcome to the department of Humanities and Social Sciences where we offer a wide range of courses designed to expand the minds of our students to think critically about humanity and global issues as well as helping them become successful and productive members of society.​​

 

Course Name Course # Description SLO – Student Learning Outcome
ANTH2351Cultural AnthropologyStudents will have a critical understanding of basic concepts and methods and the intellectual fundamentals, historical-development and contemporary aims and methods of anthropology.
COMM1377Intro to Mass Comm-ENGL

Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of international media characteristics as they manifest in various globalized content and localized content

COMM1307Intro to Mass Comm ARABIC Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of international media characteristics as they manifest in various globalized content and localized content
COMM2311Newsgathering/Media Writing-ENGLStudents will be able to find appropriate and diverse news sources, interview them and build the research necessary for strong news stories
COMM2371Newsgathering/Media Writing - ARABICStudents will be able to find appropriate and diverse news sources, interview them and build the research necessary for strong news stories
ECON2301Macro-ENGL

Students will be able to sort viable theories from economic conjecture.

ECON2371Macro - ARABIC

Students will be able to sort viable theories from economic conjecture.

ECON2302Micro - ENGLStudents will be able to forecast and predict economic outcomes
ECON2372Micro -ARABICStudents will be able to forecast and predict economic outcomes
EDUC1300Learning Framework-ENGLStudents will be able to construct a personal learning system informed by the research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation.
EDUC1370Learning Framework - ARABIC

Students will be able to construct a personal learning system informed by the research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation.

GOVT2303International Relations-ENGL

Students will be able to understand and explain the historical evolution of and the challenges to the modern nation-state system.

GOVT2304Political Science-ENGL

Students will be able to describe and differentiate contending political science theories and ideologies

GOVT2373International Relations-ARABIC

Students will be able to understand and explain the historical evolution of and the challenges to the modern nation-state system.

GOVT2374Political Science-ARABICStudents will be able to describe and differentiate contending political science theories and ideologies.
GOVT2389International Relations in the Gulf-ENGL

Students will be able to explain the international relations of the Arabian Gulf region

GOVT2325Middle East Politics-ENGL

Students will be able to engage in advanced study of socio-political problems and policy issues pertaining to the Gulf region and the Middle East more generally.

HIST1301U.S. HISTORY PART 1

Students will be able to examine the cultural, political, and constitutional origins of the United States.

HIST1302U.S. HISTORY PART 2

Students will be able to construct historical narratives by identifying patterns of continuity and change.

HIST1305QATAR HIST ARABIC

Students will be able to identify social, economic, and political life during the pre- and post-oil and gas periods, as well as developments in the country during the rule of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.

HIST1385QATAR HIST ENGL

Students will be able to identify social, economic, and political life during the pre- and post-oil and gas periods, as well as developments in the country during the rule of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.

HIST1306Gulf Modern Period-ARABICStudents will be able to describe, explain, and evaluate major trends and developments in contemporary Arabian Peninsula and Gulf histories.
HIST1386Gulf Modern Period-ENGLStudents will be able to describe, explain, and evaluate major trends and developments in contemporary Arabian Peninsula and Gulf histories.
HIST2322Modern World Civilization-ENGLStudents will be able to understand events and themes of World History from the discovery of North America to the present.
HIST1307Islamic Civilization

Students will be able to understand  political, religious, and social conditions in the Arab-Islamic civilization.

ISLA1301Islamic Culture

The student will be able to examine the rise of Islam as a unique world culture from its beginnings with the first Caliphate down to the present and explore the evolution of the Islamic tradition into a coherent, doctrinal belief system that over the centuries has helped to promote a sense of Islamic community and identity worldwide.

LAWC1301Intro to Law - ARABIC

Students will be able to understand the general principles of law.

MUSI1301Music Fundamentals

Students will be able to understand the elements of music including the study of clefs, staff, key signatures, notation of meter and rhythm, sight singing, major and minor chords, ear training and basic keyboard harmony.

PHIL1371Intro to Philosophy -ARABICStudents will be able to explain core concepts and central figures in major subfields of philosophy.
PHIL1301Intro to Philosophy-ENGLStudents will be able to explain core concepts and central figures in major subfields of philosophy.
PHIL2306Intro to Ethics

Students will be able to explain the origins of a particular Ethical issue, the various ethical approaches taken towards it, as well as the reasons for such differences.

PSYC2371Intro to Psyc ARABIC

Students will be able to understand the subject of psychology, its history and development and the relevance of psychology in the lives of individuals and society.

PSYC2301Intro to Psyc ENGL

Students will be able to understand the subject of psychology, its history and development and the relevance of psychology in the lives of individuals and society.

SOCI1301Intro to SociologyStudents will be able to understand the sociological perspective, the ability to see and understand how societal issues can both positively and negatively affect the inner world of the individual and his/her relationship with others.
SOCI2336Intro to Criminology

Students will be able to understand concepts and theories of crime causation.

SPCH1315Public Speaking

Students will be able to understand effective organizational patterns for various modes of oral communication.

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1301

​Multimedia & Sound-Design

​Multimedia Sound Design is a 3-hour lecture/lab course designed to introduce students to concepts of music and sound for a variety of media, primarily focusing on creating original music and/or soundtracks to existing films and to students’ own projects. In addition, students will be introduced to the basic elements of photography, filmmaking terms, and develop their perspective of colors and aesthetics in visual media. Topics include music structures, production and editing, film and video synchronization, team spirit and other sound for film-related topics.

Humanities and Social Sciences

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