Review of General Education and Cultural Diversity Courses - Area C

Executive Memorandum 08-066

September 05, 2008

From: Paul J. Zingg, President

Subject: Review of General Education and Cultural Diversity Courses - Area C

GENERAL EDUCATION AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY COURSES - AREA C

Following review by the General Education Advisory Committee (GEAC) and the recommendation of the Provost, I approve General Education (GE) and Cultural Diversity status as noted for the courses below. Status noted will be effective spring 2009.


GE Area C1 - The Arts

AFAM/MUSC 296 - African American Music - Eth Approved

APCG 110 - Comp Asst Art I

ARTS 100 - Art Appreciation

ARTS 101 - Art History Survey (#ARTH 101 eff fa 09)

ARTS 102 - Art History Survey (#ARTH 102 eff fa 09)

ARTS 103 - Far Eastern Art Survey (#ARTH 103 eff fa 09) - NW Approved

ARTS 104 - Survey of Arts of the Americas, Oceania & Africa (#ARTH 104 eff fa 09) - NW Approved

KINE 352 - Intro to Dance

MUSC 190 - Introduction to the World of Music

MUSC 291 - American Music

THEA 110 - Intro to Theatre

THEA 110L - Intro to Theatre: London

THEA 112 - Acting for Non-Majors


GE Area C2 - Languages and Literatures


AAST/ENGL 253 - Asian American Literature - Eth Approved

AFAM/ENGL 251 - African American Literature - Eth Approved

AIST/ENGL 252 - American Indian Literature - Eth Approved

AMST/ENGL 264 - American Ethnic and Regional Writers - Eth Approved

EFLN 170 - English as a Foreign Language

ENGL 203 - Shakespeare on Film

ENGL 220 - Beginning Creative Writing

ENGL 240 - Intro to Literature

ENGL 251H - African American Literature: Honors - Eth Approved

ENGL 252H - American Indian Literature: Honors - Eth Approved

ENGL 254 - Chicano/Latino/a Literature - Eth Approved

ENGL 258 - World Literature - NW Approved

ENGL 260 - Great Books

ENGL 354 - Classical Literature

ENGL 371 - Principles of Language

FREN 101 - First-Semester French

FREN 102 - Second-Semester French

FREN 201 - Third-Semester French

FREN 202 - Fourth-Semester French

GERM 101 - First-Semester German

GERM 102 - Second-Semester German

GERM 201 - Third-Semester German

GERM 202 - Fourth-Semester German

HBRW 101 - First-Semester Hebrew

HBRW 102 - Second-Semester Hebrew

ITAL 101

ITAL 102 - Second-Semester Italian

ITAL 201 - Third-Semester Italian

ITAL 202 - Fourth-Semester Italian

JAPN 101 - First-Semester Japanese

JAPN 102 - Second-Semester Japanese

JAPN 201 - Third-Semester Japanese

JAPN 202 - Fourth-Semester Japanese

LATN 101 - First-Semester Latin

SPAN 101 - First-Semester Spanish

SPAN 102 - Second-Semester Spanish

SPAN 201 - Third-Semester Spanish

SPAN 202 - Fourth-Semester Spanish

SPAN 202N - Spanish for Spanish Speakers


GE Area C3 - Philosophy, Religion, and Humanities Studies


ANTH 222 - Archaeology and the Bible

HIST 112 - Intro to Classic Civilization

HIST/MEST 261/RELS 202 - Islam - NW Approved

HUMN 220 - Arts and Ideas: Ancient to Modern

HUMN 224 - Arts and Ideas: Asia - NW Approved

ITAL 360 - Italian Renaissance Influence on Civilization

MJIS/RELS 204 - Judaism - Eth Approved

MJIS/RELS 205 - History of the Jewish Peoples - Eth Approved

PHIL 101 - Intro to Philosophy

PHIL 101H - Intro to Philosophy: Honors

PHIL 104 - Personal Values

PHIL 107 - Human Existence

PHIL 201 - History of Ancient Philosophy

PHIL 202 - Phil: East and West - NW Approved

PHIL 203 - Existentialism (#PHIL 307 eff fa 09)

PHIL 204 - Reason and Religion

PHIL 383 - Philosophy and Film

RELS 100 - Judaism, Christianity, Islam

RELS 107 - Bible Controversies

RELS 110 - Asian Religions - NW Approved

RELS 180 - Introduction to Religion

RELS 207 - Christianity

RELS 212 - Hinduism - NW Approved

RELS 213 - Buddhism - NW Approved


Reviewed with Area C for Cultural Diversity Status Only


CMST 335 - Intercultural Communication Theories and Practice - Eth Approved


The courses listed below will no longer have GE Area C status effective spring 2009


THEA 111 - Literature in Performance - Was C1

THEA 112H - Acting for Non-Majors: Honors - Was C1

HNRS 175H - Make Believe: Creativity and Interpretation: Honors - Was C1