Global and Historic Awareness

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Explain connections between human behaviors and historical consequences.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of the past to make connections between historical and current events.
  3. Identify how values, belief systems, and institutions have evolved over time, and evaluate their significance and relationship to each other.
  4. Appraise the complexity of socioeconomic forces, divergent political views, cultural dynamics, and/or environmental pressures that contribute to the contemporary world condition.
  5. Compare and contrast one’s own cultural perspective and alternative global perspectives.

Courses:

  • ART 106 Survey of Art History II: Modern Art (3 credits) 
  • BUS 260 International Business (3 credits) 
  • COM 111 Mass Communication (3 credits) 
  • DST 151 Deaf History (3 credits) 
  • EDU 225 Diversity and Multicultural Education (3 credits) 
  • ENG 251 World Literature I (3 credits) 
  • ENG 252 World Literature II (3 credits) 
  • GVT 111 U.S. Government (3 credits) 
  • GVT 112 Comparative Government (3 credits) 
  • GVT 112 Comparative Government (3 credits) 
  • HST 111 The West and the World I (3 credits) 
  • HST 112 The West and the World II (3 credits) 
  • HST 113 United States History to 1877 (3 credits) 
  • HST 114 United States History from 1877 (3 credits) 
  • HST 115 Twentieth Century Social History-1919 to the Present (3 credits) 
  • HST 116 American Foreign Policy-1898 to the Present (3 credits) 
  • HST 226 Food in History (3 credits) 
  • HST 257 History of Modern East Asia (China and Japan) (3 credits) 
  • MAN 290 Managing an Enterprise (3 credits) 
  • MED 216 Medical Microbiology II (4 credits) 
  • PSY 263 Honors Seminar in Empowering Women (3 credits) 
  • PSY 271 Global Leadership (3 credits) 
  • SCI 117 History and Philosophy of Science (3 credits) 
  • SOC 101 Principles of Sociology (3 credits) 
  • SOC 212 The Sociology of Social Problems (3 credits) 
  • SOC 216 Food, Famine, and Farming in the Global Village (3 credits) 
  • SOC 252 The Sociology of Human Relations (3 credits) 
  • SSC 217 Technology and Society (3 credits)