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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
WRIT 3381W Writing and Modern Cultural Movements Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
WRIT 3405W Humanistic Healthcare and Communication Arts/Humanities
Writing Intensive
WRIT 3562V Honors: Technical and Professional Writing Writing Intensive

WRIT 3562W Technical and Professional Writing Writing Intensive

WRIT 3577W Rhetoric, Technology, and the Internet Technology and Society
Writing Intensive
WRIT 3672W Project Design and Development Writing Intensive

WRIT 3701W Rhetorical Theory for Writing Studies Writing Intensive

WRIT 3751W Seminar: Theory and Practice of Writing Consultancy Writing Intensive

WRIT 4431W Science, Technology, and the Law Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
WRIT 4573W Writing Proposals and Grant Management Writing Intensive

WRIT 4662W Writing With Digital Technologies Writing Intensive

WRIT 4664W Science, Medical, and Health Writing Writing Intensive

WRIT 5270 Special Topics Writing Intensive

YOST 1366 Stories of Resistance & Change: Youth, Race, Power & Privilege in the U.S. Literature
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
YOST 1368W Youth Global Perspectives: Stories from the Arab, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Worlds Literature
Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
YOST 2101 Urban Youth and Youth Issues Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

YOST 3011 Young Voices: The Fight for Social Change in Croatia Global Perspectives

YOST 3325V Honors: Project-Based Writing For Education and Human Development Majors Writing Intensive

YOST 3325W Project-Based Writing For Education and Human Development Majors Writing Intensive

YOST 4401W Young People's Spirituality and Youthwork: An Introduction Writing Intensive

AMIN 5412 Comparative Indigenous Feminisms Global Perspectives

AMST 5412 Comparative Indigenous Feminisms Global Perspectives

ANTH 5412 Comparative Indigenous Feminisms Global Perspectives

CFAN 3518 Environmental Issues in New Zealand Global Perspectives

COMM 3351 Asian Americans and Popular Culture Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
GWSS 3515 Comparative Indigenous Feminisms Global Perspectives

AAS 3341 Asian American Images Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
AAS 3351 Asian Americans and Popular Culture Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
CFAN 5518 Environmental Issues in New Zealand Global Perspectives

GLOS 3152 Global Avant-Gardes: Theatre, Music, Modernity Historical Perspectives

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

HSCI 3246 History of (Un)Natural Disasters Historical Perspectives
Environment
FSOS 4158 Thailand: Global Change, Communities and Families Global Perspectives

MATH 1042 Mathematics of Design Mathematical Thinking

AFRO 3135 Political Dynamics in the Horn of Africa Social Sciences
Global Perspectives
COMM 3341 Asian American Images Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
CLA 3501 Spanish History on the Camino de Santiago: A Hiking Adventure Global Perspectives

ENGL 1031 Introduction to the Short Story Literature

HIST 3623W The Age of Reformation Writing Intensive

JOUR 3101W News Reporting and Writing Writing Intensive

JOUR 3241W Advertising Strategy and Creative Development Writing Intensive

PHIL 1916W What's So Great About Classical Music? Writing Intensive

SOC 3641 Understanding New Zealand: Culture, Society, and Environment Civic Life and Ethics
Global Perspectives
TH 1911W Attending (to) Theater Writing Intensive

TH 3152 Global Avant-Gardes: Theatre, Music, Modernity Historical Perspectives

GCC 3025 Living the Good Life at the End of the World: Sustainability in the Anthropocene Civic Life and Ethics

GCC 3026 Stepping into the gap: Understanding the challenges of supporting diversity in STEM Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

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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