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Group IV, continued

Subgroup B. Studies in Global Cultures (At least 3 semester hours)

Option 1 Study Abroad (At least 3 semester hours):

At least 3 credits of study at any institution of higher education located outside the United States or Canada (except Quebec) OR at least 3 credits of study in a CMU faculty-led course taught outside the United States and Canada (except Quebec) approved by the General Education Sub-Committee. NOTE: A study-abroad course may not double count for credit in both Subgroup IV-B and another subgroup.

OR

Option 2 Study In a Culture Substantially Different Than One’s Own (At least 3 semester hours)

At least 3 credits of an internship, practicum, service learning or other resident program among members of a culture substantially different than the student’s own within the United States and ap- proved by the General Education Sub-Committee (see page 42, H. I., for details).

OR

Option 3 Global Studies or Foreign Language Courses At least 3 semester hours from the following:

ANT 175 - Archaeology of the Americas 3(3-0) ANT 321 - Cultures of Latin America 3(3-0) ANT 322 - Cultures of Africa 3(3-0) ANT 324 - Cultures of the South Pacific 3(3-0) ANT 326 - Chinese Societies 3(3-0) CHN 101 - Elementary Chinese I 4(4-0) CHN 102 - Elementary Chinese II 4(4-0) ECO 281 - Economic Development of the Pacific Rim 3(3-0) EUR 303/PSC 341 - Comparative Politics: Eastern Europe 3(3-0) EUR 304 - The European Economy 3(3-0) FRN 101 - Elementary French I 4(4-0) FRN 102 - Elementary French II 4(4-0) FRN 201 - Intermediate French I 4(4-0) FRN 202 - Intermediate French II 4(4-0) GEO 373 - Latin America 3(3-0) GER 101 - Elementary German I: Language and Culture 4(4-0) GER 102 - Elementary German II: Language and Culture 4(4-0) GER 201 - Intermediate German I 4(4-0) GER 202 - Intermediate German II 4(4-0) HDF 318 - Indigenous Families and Survival: A Global

Perspective 3(3-0) HST 163 - The Latin American Experience 3(3-0) HST 168 - The Far East 3(3-0) HST 176 - The African Experience 3(3-0) HST 236 - The Near East to Alexander 3(3-0) HST 237 - The Middle East since Muhammad 3(3-0) JPN 101 - Elementary Japanese I 4(4-0) JPN 102 - Elementary Japanese II 4(4-0) JPN 201 - Intermediate Japanese I 4(4-0) JPN 202 - Intermediate Japanese II 4(4-0) LAT 101 - Elementary Latin I 4(4-0) OJB 101 - Elementary Ojibwe I 3(3-0) PHL 305 - Chinese Philosophy 3(3-0) PSC 340 - African Political Systems and Processes 3(3-0) PSC 341/EUR 303 - Comparative Politics: Eastern Europe 3(3-0) PSC 343 - Southeast Asian Political Systems and Processes

3(3-0) PSC 344 - East Asian Political Systems and Processes 3(3-0) PSC 345 - Middle Eastern Political Systems 3(3-0) PSC 347 - Comparative Politics: Western Europe 3(3-0) PSC 348 - Latin American Political Systems 3(3-0) PSC 349 - Panama: Exploring Politics and Society in a Central

American Nation 3(3-0)

General Education Requirements

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REL 220 - Religious Traditions of China 3(3-0) REL 221 - Religious Traditions of Japan 3(3-0) REL 222 - Religious Traditions of India 3(3-0) REL 314 - Islam 3(3-0) REL 320 - The Buddhist Tradition 3(3-0) RUS 101 - Elementary Russian I 4(4-0) SOC 310 - Life in Russia Today 3(3-0) SPN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 4(4-0) SPN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 4(4-0) SPN 201 - Intermediate Spanish I 4(4-0) SPN 202 - Intermediate Spanish II 4(4-0)

Note: Under Option 3, University Program is a minimum of 30 hours and if necessary, you must select additional courses from any of the lists for any subgroup to complete 30 semester hours.

Subgroup C. Studies in Racism and Cultural Diversity in the United States (At least 3 semester hours)

ANT 320 - North American Indian Cultures 3(3-0) ANT 368 - Hispanic Cultures in the U.S. 3(3-0) BLR 222 - The Search for Racial Justice Through Law 3(3-0) BLR 365 - Native American Justice Through Law 3(3-0) ENG 329 - African American Literature 3(3-0) ENG 582 - Cultural Pluralism in Young Adult and Children’s

Literature 3(3-0) HDF 110 - Oppression: Roots and Impact on Human Develop-

ment in the United States 3(3-0) HST 323 - History of Native Americans 3(3-0) HST 324 - African-American History to 1915 3(3-0) HST 325 - African-Americans in Twentieth Century America

3(3-0) JRN 380 - Racial Diversity: Mass Media’s Role 3(3-0) LAR 145 - - Racism and Diversity in America 3(3-0) PHL 345/PSC 325/REL 345/SOC 345 - The Civil Rights Move-

ment 3(3-0) PSC 125 - - African-American Politics 3(3-0) PSC 325/PHL 345/REL 345/SOC 345 - The Civil Rights Move-

ment 3(3-0) REL 140 - Religion, Race and Discrimination in America 3(3-0) REL 240 - African-American Religion 3(3-0) REL 342 - From Spirituals to Gospel 3(3-0) REL 345/PHL 345/PSC 325/SOC 345 - The Civil Rights Move-

ment 3(3-0) REL 347 - African American Reflections on Racism 3(3-0) SOC 323 - Racism and Inequality 3(3-0) SOC 345/PHL 345/PSC 325/REL 345 - The Civil Rights Move-

ment 3(3-0)

Note: Only one time may you take a second course with the same designator to satisfy your University Program re- quirement, with the exception of a sequence of foreign language courses with the same designator and courses taken for study abroad credit (see Subgroup IV-B).

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