Cross-Cultural Investigations

This focal study introduces students to the investigation of cross-cultural social practice across social science disciplines.

Instructions

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

First Cluster (complete 3 courses)
ANTH 101 Introduction to Anthropology 4 credits
ANTH/REL 140 Introduction to Comparative Religions 4 credits
ANTH 239 Introduction to Indigenous Studies 4 credits
EDUC 220 Africa Experience in Kenya I 2 credits
EDUC 221 Africa Experience in Kenya II 2 credits
HIST 111 Foundations of East Asia 4 credits
HIST 113 Islamic Middle East, 570-1300 4 credits
HIST 114 History of Modern China 4 credits
HIST 206 France from Caesar to Napoleon 4 credits
HIST 215 Imperialism in East Asia 4 credits
HIST 232 The Holocaust 4 credits
HIST 235 Europe Since WWII 4 credits
HIST 237 European Socialism Through Film 4 credits
HIST 313 World War II in History and Memory 4 credits
HIST 333 History of the British Empire 4 credits
HIST 413 Medicines in the Modern World 4 credits
PSJ 230 Navajo Service Learning 2 credits
PSJ 251 South Africa: Culture, Politics, and Travel 2 credits
PSJ 351 South Africa Travel Course 2 credits
POLS 180 The U.S. in World Affairs 4 credits
POLS 231 Contemporary Middle East 4 credits
POLS 241 Latin America II: Independence-Present 4 credits
PSY 160 Culture and Behavior 4 credits
PSY 358 Psychology of Ethnic Diversity in the U.S. 4 credits
SOC 208 Race: Inequality and Identity 4 credits