Goal 8. Global Perspective
Goal: To increase students' understanding of the growing interdependence of nations and peoples and develop their ability to apply a comparative perspective to cross-cultural social, economic and political experiences.
LEP Objective: Develop a comparative perspective and understanding of one’s place in a global context. Students can meet this requirement through 1 approved course or experience.
Students will be able to:
- Describe and analyze political, economic, and cultural elements which influence relations of states and societies in their historical and contemporary dimensions.
- Demonstrate knowledge of cultural, social, religious and linguistic differences.
- Analyze specific international problems, illustrating the cultural, economic, and political differences that affect their solution.
- Understand the role of a world citizen and the responsibility world citizens share for their common global future.
Consistent with LEP Student Learning Outcomes, students will also demonstrate their ability to:
- Explain how they are connected and related to people elsewhere in the world.
- Describe similarities and differences among global places and populations.
- Analyze how political, economic or cultural elements influence relations among the world’s states, peoples, or societies.
- Analyze specific international issues and propose and evaluate responses.
- Articulate a vision of their individual roles and responsibilities in a common global future.
Goal 8: Global Perspective
Goal 8: Global Perspective (1 course)
AFST 2505, Introduction to African Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 1015, Introduction to Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ANTH 2505, Introductory Cultural Anthropology (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 1316, Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 2306, Art History Survey I, 3 Cr.
ART 4336, Asian Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4346, African Art History (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4356, Art History of the Americas (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ART 4906, Folk, Ethnic, and Indigenous Art (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ASTR 1203, Archaeoastronomy (Diversity), 3 Cr.
BLAW 230, Consumer and Personal Law, 3 Cr.
BRIT 101, Introduction to the British Cultural Experience, 1 Cr.
BRIT 201, Reflections on the British Cultural Experience, 2 Cr.
CFS 260, Children in a Changing World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
CMST 330, Intercultural Communication (Diversity), 3 Cr.
CMTY 2005, Cities, Suburbs, and Small Towns, 3 Cr.
CSD 230, Global Perspectives on Communication Disorders (Diversity), 3 Cr.
EAST 2505, Introduction to East Asia (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ECON 350, Economics of Developing Countries (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ENTR 200, Principles of Entrepreneurship, 3 Cr.
ETS 1825, Modern Technology and Civilization, 3 Cr.
ETS 1835, Technology and Third World Development (Diversity), 3 Cr.
ETS 18510, Energy Resources and Issues, 3 Cr.
FREN 1016, Elementary French I, 4 Cr.
FREN 1026, Elementary French II, 4 Cr.
FREN 1106, Introduction to French Culture, 3 Cr.
FREN 2016, Intermediate French I, 4 Cr.
FREN 2026, Intermediate French II, 4 Cr.
GEOG 111, Introduction to Global Geography (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GER 1016, Elementary German I, 4 Cr.
GER 1026, Elementary German II, 4 Cr.
GER 1106, Introduction to German Culture, 3 Cr.
GER 2016, Intermediate German I, 4 Cr.
GER 2026, Intermediate German II, 4 Cr.
GERO 4705, Global Aging (Diversity), 3 Cr.
GLST 1959, Global Society and Citizenship, 3 Cr.
GWS 340, Global Feminisms, 3 Cr.,
HIST 1015, Studies in World History, 3 Cr.
HIST 1065, Historical Studies (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HIST 1105, Western Civilization I: Antiquity to 1500, 3 Cr.
HIST 1115, Western Civilization II: 1500-Present, 3 Cr.
HIST 1505 , Twentieth Century World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
HTSM 111, Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism, 3 Cr.
HTSM 215, Geography of Tourism, 3 Cr.
HURL 30310, Global Social and Environmental Justice, 3 Cr.
IM 204, Research Strategies in a Changing World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
JPN 1016, Elementary Japanese I (Diversity), 4 Cr.
JPN 1026, Elementary Japanese II (Diversity), 4 Cr.
JPN 2016, Intermediate Japanese I, 4 Cr.
JPN 2026, Intermediate Japanese II, 4 Cr.
LAST 2505, Introduction to Latin America (Diversity), 3 Cr.
LC 1016, Elementary Foreign Language I (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 1026, Elementary Foreign Language II (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 2016, Intermediate Foreign Languages I (Topical), 4 Cr.
LC 2026, Intermediate Foreign Languages II (Topical), 4 Cr.
LIB 290, Social Media in a Global Context (Diversity), 3 Cr.
MCOM 218, Peace for our Planet, 3 Cr.
MGMT 260, Principles of Global Business, 3 Cr.
MKTG 100, Contemporary Business Concepts, 3 Cr.
MUSM 1256, Music in World Culture (Diversity), 3 Cr.
MUSP 1596, World Drumming Group, 1 Cr.
PHIL 1116, Multicultural Philosophy (Diversity), 3 Cr.
PHIL 2116, Philosophy and Feminism (Diversity), 3 Cr.
PHIL 3279, Global Justice, 3 Cr.
PHIL 4849, Global Business Ethics, 3 Cr.
POL 101, Political Ideas and Institutions, 3 Cr.
POL 251, Introduction to World Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 333, Latin American Government and Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 334, Middle East Government and Politics, 3 Cr.
POL 335, African Government and Politics (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 337, Emerging Political Issues in the Nonwestern World (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 434, Politics of the Arab Peninsula (Diversity), 3 Cr.
POL 436, Southeast Asian Governments and Politics (Diversity), 3 Cr.
REL 1006, World Religions (Diversity), 3 Cr.
REL 225, Asian Religions (Diversity), 3 Cr.
RUSS 1016, Elementary Russian I, 4 Cr.
RUSS 1026, Elementary Russian II, 4 Cr.
RUSS 1106, Introduction to Russian Culture, 3 Cr.
RUSS 2016, Intermediate Russian I, 4 Cr.
RUSS 2026, Intermediate Russian II, 4 Cr.
SOC 2735, Sociology of Gender (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SOC 2765, Families and Globalization (Diversity), 3 Cr.
SPAN 100, Spanish for Health Care Professionals, 3 Cr.
SPAN 1016, Elementary Spanish I, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1026, Elementary Spanish II, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1036, Accelerated Spanish for High Beginners, 4 Cr.
SPAN 1106, Introduction to Spanish Speaking Cultures, 3 Cr.
SPAN 2016, Intermediate Spanish I, 4 Cr.
SPAN 2026, Intermediate Spanish II, 4 Cr.
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