Credits Hours: 3
Students will acquire knowledge about the world’s peoples - their cultures, arts, and environments - that prepares them for further study, deepens their understanding of the human condition, and strengthens their commitment to social and environmental responsibility.
Student Learning Outcomes: As a result of taking the course(s) meeting this goal, students will:
- Articulate the ways in which different peoples express an understanding of the human condition and respond to environmental opportunities and constraints.
- Describe how personal choices derive from and affect social, cultural, and environmental contexts.
- Engage in aesthetic experience in order to understand artistic expression and to learn how meaning emerges from the cultural contexts of both artist and audience.
- Explain the ethical consequences of decisions and actions concerning the environment to strengthen commitment to local, national, and global citizenship.
Each course meeting this goal includes the following student learning outcomes:
Required: #1, #2, and #3, or #1, #2, and #4
Note: The course used to meet IGR #2 must have a different prefix than the courses used to meet System Goals #3, #4, and #6.