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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
CHIC 4401 Chicana/Latina Cultural Studies Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
CHIC 4901W Senior Paper Writing Intensive

CHIC 4993W Directed Study: Senior Capstone Writing Intensive

CHIC 5216W Chicana and Chicano Art Arts/Humanities
Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
CHIC 5374 Migrant Farmworkers in the United States: Families, Work, and Advocacy Civic Life and Ethics

CHIC 5412 Comparative Indigenous Feminisms Global Perspectives

CI 1032 Creating Identities: Learning In and Through the Arts Arts/Humanities

CI 1121 Educational Movements Past and Present: Multicultural Perspectives Historical Perspectives
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
CI 1124 Global Stories of Education: Literature for Young Adults Literature
Global Perspectives
CI 1150 Special Topics History Historical Perspectives
Global Perspectives
CI 1512 Nature in the City Biological Sciences
Environment
CI 1563 Physics by Inquiry Physical Sciences

CI 1806 College Algebra through Modeling Mathematical Thinking

CI 1826 Social Change, Social Justice: An Introduction to Applied Calculus Mathematical Thinking

CI 1908W Children and Other Talking Animals: Animal Tales in (Mostly) Children's Literature Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
CI 1943W Science, Technology, and Society Technology and Society
Writing Intensive
CI 2311W Introduction to Technology and Ethics in Society Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
CI 3401W Diversity in Children's Literature Writing Intensive

CI 3421W Writing on Education: Pivotal Experiences of Teaching and Learning Writing Intensive

CI 3610 Linguistics for Teachers Social Sciences

CI 3611W Basics in Teaching English as a Second Language Writing Intensive

CI 4311W Technology and Ethics in Society Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
CLA 3501 Spanish History on the Camino de Santiago: A Hiking Adventure Global Perspectives

CMGT 3001W Introduction to Construction Writing Intensive

CMGT 3024W Facility Programming and Design Writing Intensive

CMGT 4041W Specifications and Technical Writing for Construction Professionals Writing Intensive

CNRC 1002 World of Greece Historical Perspectives

CNRC 1003 World of Rome Historical Perspectives

CNRC 1042 Greek and Roman Mythology Arts/Humanities

CNRC 1042H Honors Course: Greek and Roman Mythology Arts/Humanities

CNRC 1082 Jesus in History, Art & Culture Historical Perspectives

CNRC 1201 Bible:Context & Interpretation Literature

CNRC 1913 Homer's Odyssey and Politics Civic Life and Ethics

CNRC 3016W Biblical Law and Jewish Ethics Writing Intensive

CNRC 3016W Biblical Law and Jewish Ethics Writing Intensive

CNRC 3042 Myths, Legends, and Literature of the Ancient Near East Arts/Humanities

CNRC 3061 "Bread and Circuses:" Spectacles and Mass Culture in Antiquity Historical Perspectives
Civic Life and Ethics
CNRC 3071 Greek and Hellenistic Religions Historical Perspectives

CNRC 3072 The Birth of Christianity Arts/Humanities

CNRC 3074 Exploring the Quran: An intellectual odyssey with Islam's holy scripture Arts/Humanities

CNRC 3081W Classical Epic in Translation Literature
Writing Intensive
CNRC 3082W Greek Tragedy in Translation Literature
Writing Intensive
CNRC 3092 Jesus in History, Art & Culture Historical Perspectives

CNRC 3103 Ancient Greece: Alexander and the East Historical Perspectives

CNRC 3121 Gender and Body in Early Christianity Arts/Humanities

CNRC 3152 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece Historical Perspectives

CNRC 3162 Roman Art and Archaeology Historical Perspectives

CNRC 3182 Egypt and Western Asia: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt and Western Asia Arts/Humanities
Global Perspectives
CNRC 3201 The Bible: Context and Interpretation Literature

CNRC 3205 Women, Gender, and the Hebrew Bible Arts/Humanities

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Important Dates

Academics

Wed, Dec 22, 2021 End of fall semester
Tue, Jan 18, 2022 Spring full semester and first 7-week sessions begin
Tue, Mar 15, 2022 Spring second 7-week session begins