LIBART-AA - Liberal Arts: Social Science and Humanities
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For students who want an early start in planning for a liberal arts-related career, the program has a number of courses offered in such areas as art, music, media, theater, film, philosophy, journalism, and Latin American studies, to choose from.
Minimum amount of Liberal Arts content required
ENA 101 or ENC 101 depending on placement scores
Select one course from each of the five flexible core categories AND one additional course from any flexible core category.
Note: Student can select only two courses from any one discipline.
Students are advised to select one Urban Study course to complete college requirement. To complete the degree requirements from the Flexible Core, students are advised to select courses from the recommended course selections listed on the program handbook.
One Chinese or Korean language course depending on the placement score. ELC101 and ELK101 are not paired with the 102-level course for Japanese Option students.
ELS200, ELS201, ELS204 are taught in Spanish
ELS205, ELS250 and ELF250 are taught in English
ELF201 is taught in French
Modern Language or Literature
Literature 1, 2
Philosophy 1, 2
Humanities Electives 1, 2
Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science or Economics 1, 2
History 1, 2