HUM 290 - World Cultures: Honors Seminar
Course Description: This course is an interpretive survey of the development of selected societies and cultures from ancient to modern times. The class presents a comparative and interdisciplinary study of world cultures within the context of their religious and philosophical traditions. Additionally, this seminar examines the nature of multiculturalism in modern societies and analyzes the meaning and relevance of cultural chauvinism, race, and racism within their historical and contemporary contexts.
ISLOs: This course supports student development of Written and Oral Communications, Critical Thinking, and Multicultural and Global Perspectives.
Prerequisite(s): 12 college level (100 above) credits with a GPA of 3.2 and B or better in ENG 101 or by permission of instructor(s)
General Education Elective(s): This course will satisfy requirements for the Honors Program, the interdisciplinary option, general education, humanities, and social sciences.
Note(s): This course will fulfill Commonwealth Honors Colloquium Requirement.
This course has been approved to meet the Core curriculum General Education Requirement.
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