Department of Communication, Arts & Philosophy
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.Mahatma Ghandi
From writing to art, ethics to communication, the CAP department at IAC manages all of the General Education courses in Communication, Composition, Literature, Creative Writing, Art, Religion, Humanities and Philosophy.
Our faculty—regardless of discipline—find ways to engage your curiosity about the world and develop your critical thinking. With each course you will become more and more engaged in experiencing, questioning and changing the world around you. Our faculty and staff love the richness of our student body and welcome working with students from diverse parts of the world and from different neighborhoods in Miami.
We have a few unique opportunities here at the InterAmerican Campus:
- Join Urbana, our highly awarded literary magazine publishing fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and photography. Contact advisors Omar Figueras (email@example.com) or Emily Sendin (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to join. Open to all students;
- Take GSEL designated courses that help you develop your understanding of how best to create a more sustainable and resilient world while taking all of your required, general education courses. View our full listing of current GSEL courses. IAC has many clubs, field trips and service opportunities that develop your civic engagement and understanding of earth ethics;
- Look for our many blended courses that offer an option to meet face-to-face one day a week and complete the rest online.
Here is a current list of courses taught at InterAmerican. Gordon Rule courses are designated with GW. Every student needs 24 credits of GW courses to graduate. View this page for more information regarding Gordon Rule.
|ENC1101||English Composition 1 (GW)|
|ENC1102||English Composition 2 (GW)|
|LIT2480||Issues in Literature and Culture (GW)|
|LIT2000||Intro to Literature (GW)|
|SPC1017||Fundamental of Speech Communication (GW)|
|SPC2608||Intro to Public Speaking|
|ARH2740||Cinema Appreciation (GW)|
|THE2000||Theater Appreciation (GW Spring Only)|
|REL2300||World Religions (Fall only)|
|PHI1010||Introduction to Philosophy (GW)|
|PHI2604||Critical Thinking and Ethics (GW)|
|PHI2070||Intro to Eastern Philosophy (Fall only)|
|MMC2000||Intro to Mass Communication|
|MUL2380||Jazz and Popular Music in America (GW)|