AA Global Studies
The Global Studies program allows students to
complete the first two years of their college
education by selecting courses from a range of
offerings based on the interest and transfer
needs. These courses prepare students to
transfer to baccalaureate programs with majors in
global studies, international politics, and
1 of the following 2 Social Science (6cr) courses is required:
- Electives (to meet the required 64 credits): 3 credits Developmental courses may not be used to satisfy this requirement.
- Two (2) courses of the same World Language, and one (1) additional Humanities course selected from the list of Approved General Education Courses.
- Students must select one math course, one lab science course, and one technology course* and complete the 12 cr. requirement with any additional math or science course from the list of Approved General Education Courses. * Students may attempt to "test out" of the technology requirement. If they succeed, they must take an additional course(s) in math or science from the list of Approved General Education Courses.
- Global Studies Course Selections:# # ANTH 134 Cultural Anthropology (3 cr)# ARTS 181 Art from Prehistory to Middle Ages (3 cr)# ARTS 182 Art from Renaissance to Modern World (3 cr)# ARTS 191 The Arts of the Islamic World (3 cr)# ARTS 192 The Arts of Japan (3 cr)# ARTS 205 Modern Art (3 cr)# BUSN 291 International Business (3 cr)# ENGL 222 Native American Literature (3 cr# ENGL 225 Chinese Literature in Translation (3 cr)# ENGL 226 Arabic Literature in Translation (3 cr)# ENGL 227 Introduction to Jewish and Holocaust Literature (3 cr)# ENGL 235 Literature and Myth (3 cr)# ENGL 237 Multicultural Fairy and Folk Tales (3 cr)# ENGL 255 World Literature Ancient through 1600 (3 cr)# ENGL 256 World Literature 1600 to Present (3 cr)# FILM 190 World Cinema (3 cr)# GEOG 161 World Physical Geography (3 cr)# GEOG 162 Human Geography (3 cr)# HIST 185 Survey of Middle Eastern Civiliation (3 cr)# HIST 268 History and Culture of the Jewish People (3 cr)# HIST 271 History of English (3 cr)# HIST 272 History of Russia (3 cr)# HIST 275 History and Culture of China (3 cr)# HIST 278 History of the Arab World Since World War I (3 cr)# HIST 280 Modern Latin American History (3 cr)# HIST 282 Modern Israel (3 cr)# HUMN 200 Modernism and the Arts (3 cr)# HUMN 201 Postmodernism and the Arts (3 cr)# MUSC 194 Music of the World's People (3 cr)# PHIL 192 Contemporary Ethical Issues (3 cr)# PHIL 293 Religious Experiences (3 cr)# RELG 193 World Religions (3 cr)# POLI 263 Introduction to International Relations (3 cr)# POLI 265 Comparative Politics and Government (3 cr)# POLI 268 Women and Politics (3 cr)# PSYC 175 Cross Cultural Psychology (3 cr)# SOCI 181 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr)# SOCI 231 Social Problems (3 cr)# Any Study Abroad Experience (3 cr)# World Language courses (two semesters)# - ARBC 100 and ARBC 102 Elementary Arabic I and II (6 cr)# - ARBC 201 and ARBC 202 Intermediate Arabic I and II (6 cr)# - CHIN 100 and CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese I and II (6 cr)# - CHIN 201 and CHIN 202 Inter Chinese I and II (6 cr)# - FREN 191 and FREN 192 Elementary French I and II (6 cr)# - FREN 291 and FREN 292 Intermediate French I and II (6 cr)# - GRMN 191 and GRMN 192 Elementary German I and II (6 cr)# - GRMN 291 and GRMN 292 Intermediate German I and II (6 cr)# - HEBR 151 and HEBR 152 Elem Modern Hebrew I and II (6 cr)# - ITAL 100 and ITAL 102 Elementary Italian I and II (6 cr)# - RUSS 101 and RUSS 102 Elementary Russian I and II (6 cr)# - SPAN 151 and SPAN 152 Elementary Spanish I and II (6 cr)# - SPAN 251 and SPAN 252 Intermediate Spanish I and II (6 cr)#