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Global Citizenship Concentration Curriculum

Freshman Year

Fall Semester Credit
Hours
Spring Semester Credit
Hours
MATH1200 College Algebra 3 History Elective 3
CORE1001 Managing Transitions: Change as a Norm 3 CORE-ENGL The New Normal: Exploring Unstructured Problems 3
HIST1308 US History I 3 PHIL1001 Introduction to Philosophy 3
HUMN1001 Introduction to Humanities 3 SOCI1001 Introduction to Sociology 3
PSYC1001 Introduction to Psychology 3 HUMN2103 Global Citizenship and Community Engagement 3
15 15

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester Credit
Hours
Spring Semester Credit
Hours
ENGL1003 Writing about Literature 3 ENGL2003 Public Speaking 3
SOCI2400 Social Problems 3 SOCI2100 Women of the World: Health, Social Challenges, and Solutions 3
GOVT1108 American Government or 3 Science Elective 3
GOVT1109 State and Local Government CORE2003 Needfinding: Uncovering Opportunity in Human Need 3
Elective (Psychology 2000+) 3 ENGL2102 Advanced Composition or 3
Science Elective w/ Lab 4 Elective (English 2000+)
16 15

Junior Year

Fall Semester Credit
Hours
Spring Semester Credit
Hours
ENGL2200 American Literature I or 3 MATH2200 Statistics 3
ENGL2201 American Literature II HUMN2107 America and the Contemporary World 3
PHIL3001 Ethics 3 HUMN2405 Religions of the World 3
ARTS1003 Art History I or 3 HUMN3901 Global Citizenship Internship 3
ARTS1004 Art History II PSYC2203 Understanding Diversity 3
CORE3004 Entrepreneurial Mindset: Creating & Capturing Value 3
English Elective 3
15 15

Senior Year

Fall Semester Credit
Hours
Spring Semester Credit
Hours
HIST3100 American Constitutional History 3 LGLS3292 Conflict Resoultion 3
HUMN3100 Intercultural Communication 3 GOVT3001 Political Theory 3
CORE4005 Agile Mindset Capstone 3 LIBA4100 Seminar in Liberal Arts 3
Elective (PSYC/SOCI/HIST/HUMN/ENGL) 3 Open Elective 3
Open Elective (2000+) 3 Humanities OR Global Awareness and Diversity Elective (3000+) 3
15 15
Total Credits: 121

Recommended Courses:
Environmental Science (science option)
Language (HUMN elective or open elective)
PSYC2105 Social Psychology

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