Wenatchee Valley College offers humanities courses that apply to the WVC Associate of Arts and Sciences Direct Transfer Degree.
An introduction to the critical thinking, arts and philosophical ideas that enrich human experience.
Brewing history, culture and application from ancient origins of brewing to the modern development of the brewing industry and the recent proliferation of whole-grain micro-brewing. Relating the social and scientific aspects of brewing to practical applications of whole-grain brewing. Prerequisites: must be 21 years old.
Explores the elements of film structure and content for analysis and understanding of the human experience. Through critical viewing, thinking and writing, students will gain a basis for understanding how cultural themes and values are expressed in film.
Probes the Ancient Greek history, government, science, philosophy, art, architecture and literature - both epic poetry and tragedy. Prerequisites: college-level reading and writing required.
A survey of the humanities from ancient Greece through the Italian Renaissance.
A survey of the humanities from the Renaissance through the 20th century.
A study of the meaning, value and scope of symbolism and myth.