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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
GDES 2399W Design and its Discontents: Design, Society, Economy, and Culture Writing Intensive

GDES 4131W History of Graphic Design Writing Intensive

GDES 4361V Honors Thesis Studio and Writing Writing Intensive

GDES 4361W Thesis Studio and Writing Writing Intensive

GEOG 1301W Our Globalizing World Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
GEOG 1372 Geography of Global Cities Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
GEOG 1403 Biogeography of the Global Garden Biological Sciences
Environment
GEOG 1403H Honors: Biogeography of the Global Garden Biological Sciences
Environment
GEOG 1425 Introduction to Weather and Climate Physical Sciences
Environment
GEOG 1502 Mapping Our World Social Sciences
Technology and Society
GEOG 1973 Geography of the Twin Cities Social Sciences

GEOG 3101 Geography of the United States and Canada Social Sciences
Technology and Society
GEOG 3145 The Islamic World Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
GEOG 3161 Europe: A Geographic Perspective Global Perspectives

GEOG 3331 Geography of the World Economy Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
GEOG 3361W Geography and Public Policy Writing Intensive

GEOG 3371W Cities, Citizens, and Communities Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
Writing Intensive
GEOG 3373 Changing Form of the City Historical Perspectives
Global Perspectives
GEOG 3374V Honors: The City in Film Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
GEOG 3374W The City in Film Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
GEOG 3376 Political Ecology of North America Environment

GEOG 3377 Music in the City Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
GEOG 3379 Environment and Development in the Third World Social Sciences
Environment
GEOG 3381W Population in an Interacting World Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
GEOG 3388 Going Places: Geographies of Travel and Tourism Civic Life and Ethics

GEOG 3401 Geography of Environmental Systems and Global Change Environment

GEOG 3411W Geography of Health and Health Care Writing Intensive

GEOG 3521 Digital Planet: Understanding Your World in the Information Age Technology and Society

GEOG 3973 Geography of the Twin Cities Social Sciences

GEOG 3985V Honors Senior Project Seminar Writing Intensive

GEOG 3985W Senior Project Seminar Writing Intensive

GEOG 4002W Environmental Thought and Practice Writing Intensive

GEOG 5374 The City in Film Writing Intensive

GER 1601 Fleeing Hitler: German and Austrian Filmmakers Between Europe and Hollywood Arts/Humanities

GER 1911W Art & Memory: Post-Holocaust Berlin Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
GER 3011W Conversation and Composition Writing Intensive

GER 3012W Conversation and Composition Writing Intensive

GER 3104W Reading and Analysis of German Literature Literature
Writing Intensive
GER 3601 German Medieval Literature Literature
Global Perspectives
GER 3604W Introduction to German Cinema Arts/Humanities
Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
GER 3633 The Holocaust: Memory, Narrative, History Historical Perspectives
Global Perspectives
GER 3641 German Folklore Literature
Global Perspectives
GER 3651 Thinking Environment: Green Culture, German Literature and Global Debates Literature
Environment
GER 3655 Cultures of Control and Surveillance in Germany and the US Historical Perspectives
Civic Life and Ethics
GER 5651 Thinking Environment: Green Culture, German Literature and Global Debates Literature
Environment
GLBT 1001 Introduction to GLBT Studies Social Sciences
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
GLBT 3305 Queer Cinema Arts/Humanities

GLBT 3309 LGBTQ Literature: Then and Now Literature
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
GLBT 3404 Transnational Sexualities Global Perspectives

GLBT 3456W Sexuality and Culture Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
Writing Intensive

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Important Dates

Academics

Thu, Dec 20, 2018 End of fall semester
Tue, Jan 22, 2019 Spring full semester and first 7-week sessions begin
Tue, Mar 12, 2019 Spring second 7-week session begins