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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
CNES 3072 The Birth of Christianity Arts/Humanities

CNES 3081W Classical Epic in Translation Literature
Writing Intensive
CNES 3082W Greek Tragedy in Translation Literature
Writing Intensive
CNES 3092 Jesus in History Historical Perspectives

CNES 3103 Ancient Greece: Alexander and the East Historical Perspectives

CNES 3121 Gender and Body in Early Christianity Arts/Humanities

CNES 3152 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece Historical Perspectives

CNES 3162 Roman Art and Archaeology Historical Perspectives

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

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

CNES 3535 Death and the Afterlife in the Ancient World Arts/Humanities

CNES 3601 Sexuality and Gender in Ancient Greece and Rome Arts/Humanities

CNES 3951W Capstone Writing Intensive

CNES 5072 The Birth of Christianity Arts/Humanities

CNES 5513W Scripture and Interpretation in Israelite Religion and Judaism Writing Intensive

COMM 1101 Introduction to Public Speaking Civic Life and Ethics

COMM 1101H Honors: Introduction to Public Speaking Civic Life and Ethics

COMM 1313W Analysis of Argument Writing Intensive

COMM 3263W Media Literacy: Decoding Media Images and Messages Writing Intensive

COMM 3341 Asian American Images Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
COMM 3351 Asian Americans and Popular Culture Arts/Humanities
Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
COMM 3409 Nonverbal Communication Social Sciences

COMM 3451W Intercultural Communication: Theory and Practice Writing Intensive

COMM 3452W Communication and the Intercultural Reentry Writing Intensive

COMM 3605W Persuasive Speaking and Speech Writing Writing Intensive

COMM 3631 Freedom of Speech Civic Life and Ethics

COMM 3635W Famous Speeches Writing Intensive

COMM 3645W How Pictures Persuade Writing Intensive

COMM 3676W Communicating Terrorism Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
COMM 3681W Rhetorical Fictions and 20th Century Conflicts Literature
Global Perspectives
Writing Intensive
COMM 3682W Communicating War Arts/Humanities
Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
COMM 3995W Major Project Writing Intensive

COMM 4250 Environmental Communication Environment

COMM 4263 Feminist Media Studies Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

COMM 4404W Language Borderlands Writing Intensive

COMM 4602W Contemporary Political Persuasion Writing Intensive

COMM 4621W Rhetoric of Feminism Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.
Writing Intensive
COMM 5451W Intercultural Communication Processes Writing Intensive

COMM 5615W Introduction to Rhetorical Criticism Writing Intensive

CPSY 1334 Global Issues on Children and Youth in Society Civic Life and Ethics

CPSY 2301 Introduction to Child Psychology Social Sciences

CPSY 3301 Introduction to Child Psychology Social Sciences

CPSY 3308W Introduction to Research Methods in Child Psychology Writing Intensive

CPSY 4313W Disabilities and Development Writing Intensive

CPSY 4334W Children, Youth in Society Writing Intensive

CPSY 4347W Senior Project Writing Intensive

CPSY 4994V Directed Research in Child Psychology (Honors Thesis) Writing Intensive

CPSY 5251W Social and Philosophical Foundations of Early Childhood Education Writing Intensive

CPSY 5981 Cross-Cultural Experiences in Education and English Teaching in Brazil Global Perspectives

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Important Dates

Academics

Tue, Sep 4, 2018 Fall first semester and first 7-week sessions begin
Tue, Oct 23, 2018 Fall second 7-week session begins
Thu, Dec 20, 2018 End of fall semester