This degree offers a broad course of study of world cultures. It is intended to expand and refine students’ understanding of diverse perspectives and practices that will serve them through a lifetime of living and working in a globally linked world. Students will develop evaluative skills needed for thorough analysis of various aesthetic creations and polish their capacity for communicating their knowledge of world cultures in writing and in speaking. Each student who chooses this major will work toward a capstone study abroad experience that is pertinent to his or her individual course of study. This program is especially suited to students who wish to continue in a baccalaureate program or higher and specialize in art history, museum studies, cultural studies, education, foreign languages, public history, international studies, international business, or government.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Evaluate information and ideas from diverse cultures.
- Analyze cultural products with appropriate reference to form, content, and historical context.
- Communicate effectively in writing and speaking.
- Use qualitative reasoning to solve problems.
- Discuss American culture, politics, and history in a global context.
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