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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
POL 4502W The Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil Rights Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
POL 4525W Federal Indian Policy Writing Intensive

POL 4737W American Political Parties Writing Intensive

POL 4766 America, the Unusual?: American Political Culture in Comparative Context Civic Life and Ethics

POL 4771 Race and Politics in America: Making Sense of Racial Attitudes in the United States Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

POL 4773W Advocacy Organizations, Social Movements, and the Politics of Identity Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
Writing Intensive
POL 4867W United States Foreign Policy Toward the Middle East Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
POL 4878W Israeli-Palestinian Situation Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
POL 4881 The Politics of International Law and Global Governance Global Perspectives

POL 4883W Global Governance Writing Intensive

POL 4885W International Conflict and Security Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
POL 4887 Thinking Strategically in International Politics Mathematical Thinking

POL 4900W Senior Paper Writing Intensive

POL 5315 State Governments: Laboratories of Democracy Writing Intensive

POL 5461 European Government and Politics Writing Intensive

POL 5465 Democracy and Dictatorship in Southeast Asia Global Perspectives

PORT 3501W Global Portuguese: 1300-1900 Writing Intensive

PORT 3502W Global Portuguese: 1900-present Writing Intensive

PSTL 1211 Sociological Perspectives: A Multicultural America Social Sciences
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
PSY 1001 Introduction to Psychology Social Sciences

PSY 1001H Honors Introduction to Psychology Social Sciences

PSY 1511 Introduction to Psychology Social Sciences

PSY 1916 Race in Everyday Space Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

PSY 1942 Freshman Seminar Technology and Society

PSY 3001V Honors Introduction to Research Methods Writing Intensive

PSY 3001W Introduction to Research Methods Writing Intensive

PSY 3801 Introduction to Psychological Measurement and Data Analysis Mathematical Thinking

PSY 3801H Honors Introduction to Psychological Measurement and Data Analysis Mathematical Thinking

PSY 3901W Major Project - Research Laboratory Writing Intensive

PSY 3902W Major Project - Individual Interests Writing Intensive

PSY 3903W Major Project - Community Engagement Writing Intensive

PSY 4902V Honors Project Writing Intensive

PSY 4994V Honors Research Practicum Writing Intensive

PSY 5031W Perception Writing Intensive

PSY 5036W Computational Vision Writing Intensive

PSY 5038W Introduction to Neural Networks Writing Intensive

PUBH 2561 Public Health: A Global Perspective Global Perspectives

PUBH 3531 Health Policy in a Global Context Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
PUBH 3561 Environmental Health and Environmental Justice Social Sciences
Environment
RADI 3011 Foundations of Radiography Technology and Society

REC 1901 Freshman Seminar: Environmental Issues Environment

REC 3541W Recreation Programming Writing Intensive

REC 3601W Leisure and Human Development Writing Intensive

RELS 1001 Introduction to the Religions of the World Global Perspectives

RELS 1002 Introduction to the Study of Religions in America Arts/Humanities

RELS 1011 Religions and American Identity in the United States from World War II to the Present Civic Life and Ethics

RELS 1034 Introduction to Jewish History and Cultures Historical Perspectives

RELS 1082 Jesus in History Historical Perspectives

RELS 1201 Bible:Context & Interpretation Literature

RELS 3001W Theory and Method in Religion: Critical Approaches to the Study of Religion Writing Intensive

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Important Dates

Academics

Mon, Mar 19, 2018 Spring second 7-week session begins
Fri, May 4, 2018 Last day of instruction
Sat, May 12, 2018 End of spring semester