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General Education Approved Courses

The courses listed in the categories below have been approved by the General Education Committee responsible for their oversight, and by the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Courses listed below may also carry GL, GN, or WI markers for a given semester. See the semester Schedule of Courses for complete General Education core and marker listings.

Additional College of Arts and Sciences Requirements (CAR)
Additional General Education requirements have been established by the College of Arts and Sciences, including requirements for foreign language study and writing intensive courses. These requirements are listed in detail on.

GE Marker Courses

GE requires four Global perspectives courses, one of which must carry the GN marker. See semester Schedule of Courses for complete marker listings for a given semester. Courses listed below carry marker credit as designated on a permanent basis.


Global Perspectives (GL)

ATY 325

Race & Culture Contact in the Caribbean

ATY 385 Language & Culture
CCI 102

The Classical Art of Persuasion

CCI 201

Introduction to Classical Civ: Greeks

CCI 202

Introduction to Classical Civ: Romans

CCI 205

Mythology

CCI 206

Classical Origins of the English Language

CCI 211 Introduction to Classical Archaeology (Greece)
CCI 212

Introduction to Classical Archaeology (Rome)

CCI 227 Comparative Studies in World Epics
CCI 228

Comparative Studies in World Drama

CCI 230

Women in Antiquity

CCI 305

Classical Tragedy

CCI 306

Classical Comedy

CCI 321

The Archaic Age

CCI 324

Age of Cicero

CCI 325

Age of Augustus

CCI 326

Age of Nero

CCI 340

Ancient Cosmology

CCI 350

Roman Law & Society

CCI 355

Roman Empire

ECO 300

The Global Economy

ENG 110 World Literature in English
ENG 201

European Literary Classics: Ancient to Renaissance

ENG 202

European Literary Classics: Enlightenment

ENG 208

Topics in Global Literature

ENG 371

Literary Study of the Bible

FMS 121

Freshman Seminar in Literature - Global Perspectives

FMS 131

Freshman Seminar in Fine Art - Global Perspectives

FMS 141

Freshman Seminar in Philosophical, Religious, and Ethical Principles - Global Perspectives

FMS 151

Freshman Seminar in Historical Perspectives - Pre-Modern Global Perspectives

FMS 161

Freshman Seminar in Historical Perspectives - Modern Global Perspectives

FMS 171

Freshman Seminar in Social and Behavioral Perspectives - Global Perspectives

FRE 101

Elementary French

FRE 102

Elementary French

FRE 203

Intermediate French

FRE 204

Intermediate French

FRE 222

Explorations in French Literature: English Versions

FRE 312

French Conversation & Culture

FRE 315

Advanced French Grammar & Composition

FRE 323

Albert Camus: English Versions

FRE 341

Business French

FRE 342 Business French
GEO 202

World Production & Marketing Patterns

GEO 301

Urban Geography: Global Patterns

GER 101

Elementary German

GER 102

Elementary German

GER 101B

Elementary German: Business Focus

GER 102B

Elementary German: Business Focus

GER 203

Intermediate German

GER 204

Intermediate German Topics

GER 215

German Civilization I

GER 216

German Civilization II

GER 217

Masterworks of German Literature

GER 218

Masterworks of Modern German Literature

GER 221

Germanic Mythology

GER 291

German Conversation Topics

GER 301

German Conversation and Composition

GER 305

German Literature: Advanced Intermediate Topics

GER 306 German Culture: Advanced Intermediate Topics
GER 306F German Culture: Advanced Intermediate Topics in German Film
GER 311

Business German

GER 404 German Civilization/Internet Projects
GRK 201

Elementary Ancient Greek I

GRK 202

Elementary Ancient Greek II

GRK 203

Intermediate Ancient Greek I

GRK 204

Intermediate Ancient Greek II

GRK 303

Greek Drama

GRK 304

Greek Drama

GRK 311

The Greek Orators

GRK 312

Greek Historical Writers

GEK 313

Greek Historical Writers

GRK 341

Homer

HIS 221

Medieval Legacy

HIS 222 Europe from Renaissance to Revolution
HIS 223

Modern Europe

HIS 309

Unity & Unrest in Medieval Towns

HIS 310

Daughters of Eve - Women in the Middle Ages

HIS 349 The World at War 1914-1945
HIS 355 Roman Empire
HIS 369

History of Spain: Golden Age

HIS 371

Europe since 1920

HIS 375

Germany in the Nineteenth Century 1800-1914

HIS 376

German History 1914-1945

HIS 392 The Holocaust: History & Meaning
HIS 393

Medieval Church & State

INS 233B

International Studies Seminar

ITA 101

Elementary Italian

ITA 102

Elementary Italian

ITA 203 Intermediate Italian
ITA 204

Intermediate Italian

LAT 101

Elementary Latin I

LAT 102

Elementary Latin II

LAT 104

Elementary Latin Review

LAT 203

Intermediate Latin I

LAT 204

Intermediate Latin II

LAT 301

Roman Lyric Poetry

LAT 302

Roman Letters & Men of Letters

LAT 303

Roman Drama

LAT 311

Roman Orators

LAT 312

Roman Historians

LAT 321

Roman Satire

LAT 401

Virgil

MGT 301

Introduction to International Business

MUS 241

Music Appreciation

MUS 333

History of Western Music III (19th & 20th century music)

MUS 375

Opera Performance Techniques

PHI 251

History of Ancient Philosophy

PHI 252

History of Modern Philosophy

PSC 240

The International System

PSC 260 Introduction to Comparative Politics
RCO 108 Roots of the American Experience
REL 101

Introduction to Religious Studies

REL 104

Religion, Ritual, & the Arts

REL 204

The New Testament & the Origins of Christianity

REL 210

Christianity I

REL 215

Judaism

SOC 201

Social Problems

SOC 223

Global Deviance

SOC 344

Global Society

SPA 101

Elementary Spanish

SPA 102

Elementary Spanish

SPA 203

Intermediate Spanish

SPA 204

Intermediate Spanish

SPA 222

Hispanic Masterpieces in English Translation

SPA 301

Advanced Spanish

SPA 311

Spanish Conversation

SPA 312 Spanish Conversation
SPA 315

Intermediate Spanish Composition

SPA 332

Introduction to Spanish Culture

SPA 334

Introduction to Spanish American Culture

SPA 341

Business Spanish

SPA 351

Approaches to Hispanic Literature

SPA 402

Spanish Literature I

SPA 403

Spanish Literature II

SPA 415

Advanced Written & Spoken Spanish

WCV 101

Western Civilization

WCV 102

Western Civilization


Global/Nonwestern Perspectives (GN)

ART 103

Survey of Visual Art in Non-Western Traditions

ART 314

African Art

ATY 100

Contemporary Non-Western Culture

ATY 213

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ATY 258

World Prehistory

ATY 330 Native Cultures of North America
ATY 333

Latin American Societies & Cultures

ATY 337

Cultures of the Pacific

CCI 312

Art and Archaeology of Egypt

DCE 205

Dance History I: World Dance Traditions

ENG 204

Non-Western Literary Classics

ENG 209

Topics in Non-Western Literature

FMS 122

Freshman Seminar in Literature - Global Non-Western Perspectives

FMS 132

Freshman Seminar in Fine Art - Global Non-Western Perspectives

FMS 142

Freshman Seminar in Philosophical, Religious, and Ethical Principles - Global Non-Western Perspectives

FMS 152

Freshman Seminar in Historical Perspectives - Pre-Modern Global Non-Western Perspectives

FMS 162

Freshman Seminar in Historical Perspectives - Modern Global Non-Western Perspectives

FMS 172

Freshman Seminar in Social and Behavioral Perspectives - Global Perspectives

GEO 104

Geography of the Non-Western World

GEO 105

Cultural Geography

GEO 114 Geography of World Affairs
GEO 303

World Population Problems

HEA 207

International Health

HIS 203

History of Africa to 1870

HIS 204

History of Africa Since 1870

HIS 215

Civilizations of Asia to 1800

HIS 216

Civilization of Asia Since 1800

HIS 239 Latin America: Colonial Period
HIS 240 Latin America: National Period
HIS 320

Central American History

HIS 361

Ottoman Empire & Republic of Turkey

HIS 381

Near & Middle East in the 20th Century

HIS

383

China to 1800

HIS 384

Modern Transformation of China

INS 233A

International Studies Seminar

JNS 101

Elementary Japanese

JNS 102

Elementary Japanese

JNS 203

Intermediate Japanese I

JNS 204

Intermediate Japanese II

JNS 220

Modern Japan

MUS 343

Music of the Non-Western World

MUS 425

Music and Culture of Sub-Saharan Africa

MUS 468

Teaching Music in a Multicultural Population

PSC 290

Politics of Development

PSC 391

African Political Systems

REL 111

Non-Western Religions

REL 218

Non-Western Religions and China

REL 221

Buddhism

REL 223

Hinduism

REL 225

Islam

REL 250

Religious Traditions and Care of the Earth

RUS 101 Elementary Russian I
RUS 102

Elementary Russian II

RUS 201

Russian Literature in Translation I

RUS 203

Intermediate Russian

RUS 204

Intermediate Russian

RUS 306

Slavic Life & Letters: Topics

RUS 313

Major Authors in Russian Literature

RUS 314

Major Movements in Russian Literature

SOC 300

Post Soviet Societies

SPA 404

Spanish American Literature I

SPA 405 Spanish American Literature II
TDM 121 Culture, Human Behavior, & Dress
THE 586

Non-Western Theatre and/or Film

WMS 333

Women in Non-Western Cultures


Writing Intensive Courses (WI)
GE requires one WI course; an additional WI course is to be taken in the major. College of Arts and Sciences requires additional WI courses.

Please be aware that some Writing Intensive courses carry the WI marker for all sections regardless of instructor; others will be Writing Intensive only when taught by a specific instructor(s). Additionally, enrollment in certain Writing Intensive courses is restricted to majors only.

The semester Schedule of Courses provides a comprehensive list of the Writing Intensive courses offered for a given term.


Speaking Intensive Courses (SI)
GE requires one SI course; an additional SI course is to be taken in the major. Please be aware that some Speaking Intensive courses carry the SI marker for all sections regardless of instructor; others will be Speaking Intensive only when taught by a specific instructor(s). Additionally, enrollment in certain Speaking Intensive courses is restricted to majors only.

The semester Schedule of Courses provides a comprehensive list of the Speaking Intensive courses offered for a given term.


 
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