Each Mudder has to take 12 Humanities classes (including Hum1) in order to graduate, including 2 from each segment of the hum department and a couple more from your particular hum focus field.
For some reason, the humanities department also includes economics. This makes sense to Mudders (see above definition of humanities), but was a near-disaster when, on tour with a student whose parent (who was there) happened to be an English lit teacher, saw the "economics" label on doors in the Hum department. "You consider economics to be a humanities?" she questioned. She kept a set of pursed lips until the end of the tour. And maybe after that.