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Contemporary Social Values

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Contemporary Social Values (8 cr.)

Non-Western Cultures (3 cr.)

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to demonstrate familiarity with the culture, society, and values of a non-Western people, or explore knowledge and traditions grounded in non-Western cultural paradigms.

  • ANTH-A 250 Anthropology in the Modern World
  • ANTH-A 385 Topics in Anthropology
  • ANTH-A 460 Topics in Anthropology
  • ANTH-E 105 Culture and Society
  • ANTH-E 310 Introduction to the Cultures of Africa
  • ANTH-E 320 Indians of North America
  • ANTH-E 321 Peoples of Mexico
  • ANTH-E 323 Indians of Indiana
  • ANTH-E 335 Ancient Civilizations of Mesoamerica
  • ANTH-E 365 Women and Power
  • ANTH-E 391 Women in Developing Countries
  • ANTH-E 397 Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East
  • ANTH-E 402 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH-P 398 The Rise of Civilization
  • EALC-E 271 Twentieth Century Japanese Culture
  • EALC-E 350 Studies in East Asian Society
  • EDUC-E 201 Multicultural Education and Global Awareness
  • ENG-L 382 Fiction of the Non-Western World
  • FINA-A 307 Introduction to Non-Western Art
  • GEOG-G 110 Introduction to Human Geography
  • GEOG-G 120 Regions of the World
  • HIST-C 391 History of Medieval and Modern Near East I
  • HIST-E 300 Issues in African History
  • HIST-G 358 Early Modern Japan
  • HIST-G 369 Modern Japan
  • HIST-H 207 Modern East Asian Civilization
  • HIST-H 211 Latin American Culture and Civilization I
  • HIST-H 237 Traditional East Asian Civilization
  • HIST-W 300 Issues in World History
  • MUS-M 375 Survey of Ethnic and Pop Music of the World
  • PHIL-P 283 Non-Western Philosophy
  • PHIL-P 374 Early Chinese Philosophy
  • POLS-Y 107 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS-Y 109 Introduction to International Relations
  • POLS-Y 324 Women and Politics
  • POLS-Y 330 Central American Politics
  • POLS-Y 337 Latin American Politics
  • POLS-Y 343 The Politics of International Development
  • REL-R 153 Religions of Asia
    VT: Religions of the East
  • SOC-S 362 World Societies and Cultures
  • SOC-S 460 Topics in Non-Western Cultures
  • SPAN-S 275 Hispanic Culture and Conversation
  • TEL-T 313 Comparative Media Systems
  • TEL-R 404 Topical Seminar in Telecommunications
  • WGS-E 391 Women in Developing Countries
  • WGS-W 301 International Perspectives on Women
    VT: Global Perspectives on Women
  • WGS-W 400 Topics in Women’s Studies

Diversity in United States Society (3 cr.)

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to develop an understanding of how factors such as race/ethnicity, class, gender, religion, and sexual orientation shape individual lives; how they are embedded in and shape our social institutions; and how they produce markedly different outcomes and opportunities for individuals and groups in the United States.

  • AFAM-A 150 Survey of the Culture of Black Americans
    (crosslist: HIST-A 100)
  • ANTH-E 380 Urban Anthropology
  • CMLT-C 253 Third World and Black American Films
  • EDUC-H 340 Education and American Culture
  • ENG-E 110 Diversity in U.S. Literature
  • ENG-L 370 Recent Black American Writing
  • ENG-L 379 American Ethnic and Minority Literature
  • HIST-A 100 Issues in United States History
  • HIST-A 310 Survey of American Indians I
  • HIST-A 352 History of Latinos in the United States
  • HIST-A 355 African American History I
    VT: Afro-American History to the 1890s 
  • HIST-A 356 African American History II
    VT: Afro-American History, 1890s to the Present
  • HIST-H 105 American History I
  • HIST-H 106 American History II
  • HIST-H 124 Latino and African American Civil Rights Movements
  • HIST-H 225 Special Topics in History
    VT: Freedom Summer
  • HIST-H 260 History of Women in the United States
  • HIST-H 425 Topics in History
  • HSC-H 327 Introduction to Public and Community Health
  • LSTU-L 110 Introduction to Labor Studies: Labor and Society
  • LSTU-L 390 Topics in Labor Studies
  • POLS-Y 327 Gender Politics in the United States
  • POLS-Y 329 Racial and Ethnic Politics in the United States
  • PSY-P 391 Psychology of Gender and Ethnicity
  • REL-R 160 Introduction to Religion in America
  • SOC-S 161 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC-S 306 Urban Society
  • SOC-S 316 The Family
  • SOC-S 317 Social Stratification
  • SOC-S 335 Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC-S 338 Gender Roles
    (crosslist WGS-S 338)
  • SOC-S 360 Topics in Social Policy
  • SPCH-S 450 Gender and Communication
  • SWK-S 102 Understanding Diversity in a Pluralistic Society
  • WGS-H 260 History of American Women (cross list HIST-H 260)
  • WGS-P 391 Psychology of Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
    (crosslist PSY-P 391)
  • WGS-S 338 Sociology of Gender Roles
    (crosslist SOC-S 338)
  • WGS-W 100 Gender Studies
  • WGS-W 201 Women in Culture-Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

Health and Wellness (2 cr.)

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to demonstrate familiarity with concepts and principles of physical fitness, holistic health, or healthful living and the prevention of disease. Courses in health and wellness that fulfill the campuswide requirement include an explicit instructional component focused on such knowledge. Students may also fulfill the requirement by completing 1 credit hour in a physical education or recreation course within the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation area in combination with a 1 credit hour course from the list of approved courses focused on fundamental principles of health and wellness. Courses need not be taken concurrently.

  • EDUC-M 359 Health and Wellness for Teachers (2 cr.)
  • HPER-E 133 Fitness and Jogging I (1 cr.)
  • HPER-E 190 Yoga I (1 cr.)
  • HPER-E 233 Fitness and Jogging II (1 cr.)
  • HPER-E 333 Fitness and Jogging III (1 cr.)
  • HPER-N 220 Nutrition for Health
  • HSC-H 102 Lifetime Wellness for Health
  • MUS-X 070 University Choral Ensembles (1-2 cr.)
  • NURS-B 108 Personal Health and Wellness (1-3 cr.) (only open to Nursing students)
  • NURS-B 109 Personal Health and Wellness (1 cr.)
  • NURS-B 233 Health and Wellness (4 cr.)
  • THTR-D 110 Social Dance (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 111 Introduction to Latin Dance (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 115 Modern Dance I (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 120 Ballet I (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 130 Flamenco I (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 140 Jazz Dance I (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 150 Middle Eastern Dance I (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 215 Modern Dance II (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 220 Ballet II (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 230 Flamenco Dance II (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 240 Jazz Dance II (2 cr.)
  • THTR-D 250 Middle Eastern Dance 2 (2 cr.)

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