What you need to know
HASS Exploration (HEX) subjects are team-taught classes that explore a major concept or topic from multiple viewpoints across the humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS). HEX subjects give you an opportunity to interact closely with faculty, gain exposure to a variety of methodologies, and develop skills such as critical reading and analysis of primary materials. Review the criteria for HEX subjects.
Some key points to remember:
- HEX subjects are open to all undergraduates.
- Class size generally does not exceed 25 students per instructor.
- You can use HEX subjects toward your HASS Requirement Distribution component or as a HASS Elective.
21H.001 How to Stage a Revolution
21H.007J/21L.014J Introduction to Ancient and Medieval Studies
S. Frampton, E. Goldberg
21L.020J/WGS.145J Globalization: The Good, the Bad and the In-Between
17.53 The Rise of Asia
R. Samuels, V. Narang
21G.087J/21H.144J Introduction to Russian Studies
E. Wood, M. Khotimsky
24.912J/21H.106J/21L.008J/21W.741J/CMS.150J/WGS.190J Black Matters: Introduction to Black Studies
HASS-A, HASS-H, CI-H
M. DeGraff, D. Fox Harrell, D. Wood