Foundation II. Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 semester hours)

IIA. Fine Arts (3 hours minimum)

ARC 107 Global Design (3) IIIB, Cul

ARC 188 Ideas in Architecture (3) IIB, H

ARC 221,222 History and Philosophy of Environmental Design (3, 3) IIB, H

ART 181 Concepts in Art (3)

ART/AMS 183 Images of America (3) IIB, Cul

ART 185 India and Southeast Asia (3) IIB, Cul, H

ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic (3) IIB, H

ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) IIB, H

ART 189 History of Western Dress (3) IIB, H

ART 233 Global Perspectives on Dress (3) Cul

ART 256 Design, Perception, and Audience (3)

ART 283 Modern America (3) IIB, Cul

ART 286 China, Korea, and Japan (3) IIB, Cul, H

MUS/AMS 135 Understanding Jazz: Its History & Context (3) IIIB, Cul, H

MUS 181 Music in our Lives (3)

MUS 184 Opera: Passport to the Liberal Arts (3) IIB, Cul

MUS 185 Diverse Worlds of Music (3) IIB, IIIB, Cul, H

MUS 186 Global Music for the I-Pod (3) IIB, IIIB, Cul

MUS 188 The Music of Russia (3)

MUS 189 Great Ideas in Western Music (3) H

MUS 211 History of Western Music (3) Cul, H

MUS/IMS 221 Music Technologies (3) V

MUS 287 Enter the Diva: Women in Music (3) IIB, Cul

SCA 111 Innovation, Creativity and Design Thinking (3) V

THE 101 Introduction to Theatre: Drama and Analysis (3) *

THE 103 Introduction to Theatre: Production and Performance (1)*

THE 123 Acting for the Non-Major: Text and Performance (3)

THE 191 Theatre Appreciation (3) H

* must be taken concurrently Language and Culture I

IIB. Humanities (3 hours minimum)

AAA 201 Introduction to Asian/Asian American Studies (3) IIC, IIIB, Cul, H

AAA/REL 203 Religions of India (3) IIC, IIIB, Cul, H

AMS 205 Introduction to American Studies (3) Cul, H

AMS 207 America - A Global Perspective (3) IIIB, Cul, H

AMS/ENG 247 Appalachian Literature (3) Cul

AMS/ENG 248 Asian American Literature (3) Cul

ARC 188 Ideas in Architecture (3) IIA, H

ARC 221, 222 History and Philosophy of Environmental Design (3, 3) IIA, H

ART/AMS 183 Images of America (3) IIA, Cul

ART 185 India and Southeast Asia (3) IIA, Cul, H

ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic (3) IIA, H

ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) IIA, H

ART 189 History of Western Dress (3) IIA, H

ART/JPN 279 Buddhism and Culture: China and Japan (3) Cul, H

ART 283 Modern America (3) IIA, Cul

ART 286 China, Korea, and Japan (3) IIA, IIB, Cul, H

ATH/HST/POL/REL/RUS 254 Introduction to Russian and Eurasian Studies (3) Cul, H

CHI 251 Traditional Chinese Literature in English Translation (3) Cul

CHI 252 Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation (3) Cul

CHI/JPN 255 Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3) Cul

CIT/CSE 262 Technology, Ethics, and Global Society (3) IIC

CLS 101 Greek Civilization in its Mediterranean Context (3) Cul, H

CLS 102 Roman Civilization (3) Cul, H

CLS 121 Introduction to Classical Mythology (3) H

COM 135 Public Expression and Critical Inquiry (3)

COM/FST/IDS 206 Diversity and Culture in American Film (3) Cul

COM/DST 247 Rhetoric of Disability Rights (3) Cul

COM/FST 281 Mediated Sexualities: Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgendered Persons and the Electronic Media (3) Cul

EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education (3)

ENG 122 Popular Literature (3)

ENG 123 Introduction to Poetry (3)

ENG 124 Introduction to Fiction (3)

ENG 125 Introduction to Drama (3) H

ENG 131, 132, 133 Life and Thought in English Literature (3, 3, 3) H

ENG 134 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)

ENG 141, 142, 143 Life and Thought in American Literature (3, 3, 3) H

ENG 144 Major American Writers (3)

ENG 161 Literature and Politics (3)

ENG 162 Literature and Identity (3) Cul

ENG 163 Literature and Travel (3) H

ENG 165 Literature and Sexuality (3) H

ENG/DST 169 Disability Identity and the American Imagination (3) Cul

ENG/IMS 171 Humanities and Technology (3)

ENG 202 Varieties of American English: Dialect Diversity & Language Change (3) Cul

ENG/IMS 238 Narrative & Digital Technology (3)

ENG/AMS 246 Native American Literature (3) Cul

ENG 251, 252 Life and Thought in European Literature (3, 3) H

ENG/LAS 254 Latino/a Literature and the Americas (3) IIIB, Cul

ENG/AMS 271 Cultures and Literature of the American South (3) Cul, H

FRE 131 Masterpieces of French Literature in Translation (3) Cul, H

FRE 202 Critical Analysis of French Culture (3) IIIB, Cul

FRE/GER/RUS 212; HST 211 Secular Jewish Culture From the Enlightenment to Zionism (3) Cul, H

FRE/FST/GER 255 Visual Representations of the Holocaust (3) Cul, H

FST 201 Introduction to Film Criticism and History (3)

GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity (3) IIC, IIIB, Cul

GER 151 The German-American Experience (3) Cul, H

GER 231 Folk Fairy Tales and Literary Fairy Tales (3) Cul, H

GER 232 The Holocaust in German Literature, History, and Film (3) IIIB, Cul, H

GER 251 German Literature in Translation: Changing Concepts of the Self (3) Cul, H

GER 252 The German-Jewish Experience (3) Cul, H

GER/FST 261 German Film in Global Context (3) IIIB, Cul, H

GER 321 Cultural Topics in German-Speaking Europe Since 1870 (3) Cul, H

GER 322 Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the U.S.A. (3) Cul, H

HST 111, 112 Survey of American History (3, 3) Cul, H

HST 121, 122 Western Civilization (3, 3) Cul, H

HST 197 World History To 1500 (3) IIIB, Cul, H

HST 198 World History Since 1500 (3) IIIB, Cul, H

HST/BWS 224 Africa in History (3) Cul, H

HST/BWS 225 The Making of Modern Africa (3) Cul, H

HST 245 Making of Modern Europe, 1450-1750 (3) IIB, Cul, H

HST/LAS 260 Latin America in the United States (3) IIIB, Cul, H

HST 296 World History Since 1945 (3) IIIB, Cul, H

ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3) Cul, H

ITL/AMS/FST 222 Italian American Culture (3) Cul

JPN 231 Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3) Cul, H

JRN 101 Introduction to Journalism (3)

KNH/BWS 292 Dance, Culture, and Contexts (3)

MUS/AMS 135 Understanding Jazz, Its History and Context (3) IIA, Cul, H

MUS 184 Opera: Passport to the Liberal Arts (3) IIB, Cul

MUS 185 Diverse Worlds of Music (3) IIA, IIIB, Cul, H

MUS 186 Global Music for the I-Pod (3) IIA, IIIB, Cul

MUS/WGS 287 Enter the Diva: Women in Music (3) IIA, Cul

PHL 101 Knowledge of World, God, and Morality (3)

PHL 103 Society and the Individual (3) H

PHL 104 Purpose or Chance in the Universe (3) H

PHL 105 Theories of Human Nature (3) H

PHL 106 Thought and Culture of India (3) Cul, H

PHL 131 Problems of Moral and Social Values (3)

POR/BWS/FST/LAS/MUS 204 Brazilian Culture Through Popular Music (3) IIIB, Cul

POR/BWS/ENG/WGS/FST 383 By or About (Afro-) Brazilian Women (3) IIIB, Cul

REL 101 American Religious Encounters (3)

REL 102 Religion and Modern Culture (3) H

REL 103 Themes in the History of Religion (3) H

REL/RUS 133 Imagining Russia (3) IIIB, Cul, H

REL 175 Introduction to the Critical Study of Biblical Literature (3) H

REL 186 Global Jewish Civilization (3) IIIB, Cul, H

REL 213 Religious and Social History of the Jewish People (3) H

RUS 137 Russian Folklore (3) IIB, Cul

RUS/ENG 255 Russian Literature from Pushkin to Dostoevsky in English Translation (3)

RUS 257/ENG 267 Russian Literature in English Translation: From Pasternak to the Present (3) IIIB, Cul, H

SPN 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3)

WGS 202 Introduction to GLBT Studies (3) Cul

WST 201 Self and Place (3) Cul

IIC. Social Science (3 hours minimum)

AAA 201 Introduction to Asian/ Asian American Studies (3) IIB, IIIB, Cul, H

AAA/SOC 207 China and Globalization (3) IIIB, Cul

ATH 155 Introduction to Anthropology (4)

ATH 145 Lost Cities & Ancient Civilizations (3) IIIB, Cul

ATH 175 People of the World (3) IIIB, Cul

ATH 185 Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (3) IIIB, Cul

ATH 405 Food, Taste, and Desire (3) IIIB, Cul

BWS/GEO/REL 209 Civilization of Africa (3) Cul, H

BWS 151 Introduction to Black World Studies (4) Cul, H

CIT/CSE 262 Technology, Ethics, and Global Society (3) IIB

CJS 451 Comparative Justice Systems (3) IIIB

COM 134 Introduction to Speech Communications (3)

COM 136 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3)

COM 143 Introduction to Media (3)

ECO 131 Economic Perspectives on Inequality in America (3)

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3)*

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)*

EDL 232 Introduction to Community-Based Leadership (3)

EDP 101 Critical Issues in the Psychology of the Learner (3)

EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts (3)

EDP/DST/SOC 272 Introduction to Disability Studies (3) Cul

ENG/COM 201 Language Awareness (3)

FSW 206 Social Welfare: Impact on Diverse Groups (3)

FSW 261 Diverse Family Systems Across the Life Cycle (3)

GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity (3) IIB, IIIB, Cul

GEO 111 World Regional Geography: Patterns and Issues (3) Cul

GEO/SJS 159 Creating Global Peace (3) IIIB, Cul

GEO 201 Geography of Urban Diversity (3) Cul

GEO 207 Civilization of the Middle East (3) Cul, H

GEO/HST/ITS/SOC 208 The Rise of Industrialism in East Asia (3) Cul, H

GER 322 Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the U.S.A. (3) IIB, Cul, H

GTY 154 Aging in American Society (3)

IDS 159 Strength Through Cultural Diversity (3) Cul

ITS 201 Introduction to International Studies (3) IIB, IIIB, Cul, H

KNH 188 Physical Activity and Health (3)

KNH 206 AIDS: Etiology, Prevalence, and Prevention (3)

KNH 242 Personal Health (3)

KNH 276 The Meaning of Leisure (3) H

KNH/BWS/SOC 279 African Americans in Sport (3) H

LAS 207 Latin America before 1910 (3) Cul, H

LAS 208/ATH 206 Introduction to Latin America (3) IIIB, Cul, H

MGT 111 Introduction to Business (3)

POL 101 Politics and National Issues (3)

POL 102 Politics and Global Issues (3) IIIB

POL 142 American Politics and Diversity (3) Cul

POL 159 U.S. Identity Politics (3) Cul

PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology (4)

PSY 210 Psychology Across Cultures (3) IIIB, Cul

SJS/SOC 165 Introduction to Social Justice Studies (3)

SOC 151 Social Relations (4)

SOC 153 Sociology in a Global Context (3) IIIB, Cul

SPA 127 Introduction to Communication Disorders (3)

SPA 211 Deaf Culture and Community (3) Cul

SPA 223 Theories of Language Development (3)

SPA/DST 312 Deaf Culture: Global, National and Local Issues (3) IIIB, Cul

WGS 201 Introduction to Women's Studies (3) IIIB, Cul

* ECO 201 and 202 are a year course; the recommended sequence is 201, 202. This course sequence ordinarily should not be taken during the freshman year.

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