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|HUM-111||Introduction to Humanities I|
|HUM-112||Introduction to Humanities II|
|HUM-114||Intro Hum III: Contemp Western World|
|HUM-115||Cultural Pluralism in America|
|HUM-117||Ethnic Traditions in American Theatre|
|HUM-125||Introduction to Non-Western Humanities|
|HUM-151||Explrng Non-Western Culture Through Myth|
|HUM-210||Cult.Exp. Gender in Visual/Perform. Arts|
|HUM-211||War & West Humanities Thru Middle Ages|
|HUM-212||War & W. Human - Renaissance to Present|
|HUM-250||Leadership Development Studies|
Arts High School in Newark, New Jersey opened its doors to students in 1931 as the first U.S. public high school specializing in the visual and performing arts.