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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
SPAN 3104W Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literatures Literature
Writing Intensive
SPAN 3105V Honors: Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures Writing Intensive

SPAN 3105W Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures Writing Intensive

SPAN 3107W Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Linguistics Writing Intensive

SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration and Community Engagement Civic Life and Ethics

SPAN 3403 Latino Immigration on US/Mexican Border Civic Life and Ethics

SPAN 3503 Pre-modern Spanish Culture and Thought Historical Perspectives

SPAN 3612 Don Quijote and the Novel Literature

SPAN 3972W Graduation Seminar Writing Intensive

SSM 3301 Global Water Resource Use and Sustainability Environment

SSM 4407W Sustainable Manufacturing Principles and Practices Writing Intensive

SSM 4504W Sustainable Products Systems Management Writing Intensive

SSM 4506W Sustainable Systems Management Capstone Writing Intensive

STAT 1001 Introduction to the Ideas of Statistics Mathematical Thinking

STAT 3011 Introduction to Statistical Analysis Mathematical Thinking

STAT 4893W Consultation and Communication for Statisticians Writing Intensive

SUST 3003 Sustainable People, Sustainable Planet Environment

SUST 3017 Environmental Justice Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

SUST 3501 Environmental and Cultural Diversity in China Environment
Global Perspectives
SW 1501 Introduction to Peace Studies Global Perspectives

SW 2501W Introduction to Social Justice Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
Writing Intensive
TH 1101V Honors Section: Introduction to the Theater Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
TH 1101W Introduction to the Theatre Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
TH 1102 Stage, Screen, Society: Performance in the Media Age Arts/Humanities

TH 1911W Attending (to) Theater Writing Intensive

TH 3152W Global Avant-Gardes: Theatre, Music, Modernity Historical Perspectives
Writing Intensive
TH 4177W Survey of Dramatic Literature I: Strategic Interpretation Writing Intensive

TH 4178W Survey of Dramatic Literature II: Representation and its Effects Writing Intensive

TH 4181 Convicts, Crocodiles, and Contrasts: Exploring Australian Identity in Film and Literature Global Perspectives

TH 5152 Global Avant-Gardes: Theatre, Music, Modernity Historical Perspectives

TH 5179W Text and Performance Writing Intensive

TH 5181W Blacks in American Theatre Writing Intensive

TH 5182W Contemporary Black Theatre: 1960-Present Writing Intensive

TLDO 3104W Art of Reading Literary Texts Writing Intensive

TLDO 3105W Cultural Heritage of Spain Writing Intensive

TLDO 3107W Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Linguistics Writing Intensive

URBS 1001W Introduction to Urban Studies: The Complexity of Metropolitan Life Writing Intensive

URBS 3001W Introduction to Urban Studies: The Complexity of Metropolitan Life Writing Intensive

URBS 3301W American Cities As Settings for Cultural Diversity Writing Intensive

URBS 3751 Understanding the Urban Environment Environment

URBS 3955W Senior Paper Seminar Writing Intensive

VBS 1001 Introduction to Biotechnology Biological Sciences
Technology and Society
VENZ 3104W The Art of Reading Literary Texts Writing Intensive

VENZ 3107W Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Linguistics Writing Intensive

VENZ 3512W Spanish-American Civilization: Modern Latin America Writing Intensive

VPM 3850W Health and Biodiversity Environment
Writing Intensive
WRIT 1915W Arguing with Authority: The Past, Present, and Future of Higher Education Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
WRIT 1925W Magazines and New Media Writing Intensive

WRIT 3029W Business and Professional Writing Writing Intensive

WRIT 3101W Writing Arguments 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