Courses will help students to broaden their understanding of the human experience. Students will study the individual human condition, needs, values, and potentials and achievements within the multiplicity of cultural values that shape it. They will examine, using critical thinking strategies, how peoples in different cultures, times and places deal with common human needs and concerns. They will review and evaluate, using critical thinking techniques, the intellectual, spiritual and ethical concerns of the human experience as recorded in literature, philosophy, religion, history or other similar areas. Students need a minimum of six credits with two courses.
GR 310 and SN 314 are taught in English. SN 310 is taught in Spanish.