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Cultural Enrichment Courses for Broadened Understanding

Designated cultural enrichment courses provide an option for students who choose not to complete two years of language study. These courses are intended to satisfy the broadened cultural understanding which underlies the foreign language requirement through study of a non-English speaking culture which reveals another people’s concepts of life and human relationships.

Students opting to complete the language requirement by taking cultural enrichment courses will complete twelve hours from any combination of language courses and those courses listed below, including at least six semester hours in a single language. Some January Term courses may also be approved as cultural enrichment courses, but no courses may be counted that otherwise are part of the student’s major or the Core Curriculum.

The following have been approved to be counted toward the cultural enrichment requirement.

  • AR 371 Art History I
  • AR 381 Art History II
  • BR 331 Religions of the World
  • BR 421 Contemporary Religious Thought
  • EN 381 Early English Literature
  • EN 481 World Masterpieces I
  • EN 482 World Masterpieces II
  • HS 322 Early Modern Europe
  • HS 355 Modern Russia
  • HS 411 Medieval Europe
  • HS 432 Modern Europe
  • MU 241 English/German Diction and Literature
  • MU 242 Latin/Italian/French Diction and Literature
  • MU 341 Music History and Literature I
  • MU 342 Music History and Literature II
  • PL 311 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
  • PL 321 History of Modern Philosophy
  • PL 420 Twentieth Century Philosophy
  • SO 141 Cultural Anthropology
  • SO 421 Population Studies
  • SO 485 Sociological Theory
  • TH 311 History and Literature of the Theatre I
  • TH 312 History and Literature of the Theatre II