Global Culture - complete 3 credits
- Demonstrate an understanding of individual and cultural differences outside the United States.
- Explore issues that cross geographic, political, economic and/or socio-cultural boundaries outside the United States.
- Engage in informed judgments about global issues and problems as a socially responsible citizen.
Global Culture 3 Varieties of World Culture Family, Kin, and Community Myth, Ritual, Symbol and Religion World Art International Marketing World Literatures I World Literatures II World Literatures Intermediate French Language II Intermediate French Conversation and Composition Advanced French Conversation and Composition Representative French Authors World Regions and Concepts: A Geographic Analysis Intermediate German Language II Intermediate German Conversation and Composition Advanced German Conversation and Composition Representative German Authors Human Disease and Society Science and Religion: Spirit of Inquiry Cross Cultural Human Development World Civilizations I World Civilizations II Non-Western Religions German Culture German Cinema Globalization and Cultural Conflict Perspectives on Human Values: The Contemporary World Perspectives on Human Values in Other Cultures World Music Special Topics in NursingTopic: Global Health Ethics and Human RightsTopic: Global Aspects of HealthcareTopic: Nursing Diagnosis Across the Globe World Food and Population Issues Introduction to Asian Philosophy Happiness and the Good Life Global Politics and Society Comparative Politics Politics of Developing Areas Psychology and Culture Environment and Society Intermediate Spanish Language II Composition and Conversation I Composition and Conversation II Introduction to Cultural Studies in Spanish Representative Spanish and Latin American Authors City Life and Globalization Cities in CinemaXXX 299 Travel CourseXXX 499 Travel Course
One of the following will also fulfill the Global Culture Requirement:
Completion of a second year (fourth semester) of a foreign language at the college level or any upper-level foreign language course. Courses with variable content (course numbers 498, 497, and 478) may be approved for the Global Culture Requirement by use of a special petition.
Completion of any approved UW-Green Bay trip outside the United States (XXX-499), or study abroad programs, or student exchange programs outside the United States. Students should contact the Office of International Education for information on opportunities in international education.
Substantial living experience outside the United States. The Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or a designate may grant a waiver of the Global Culture Requirement to students based on documented prior experience living in a foreign country.
Students who are not residents of the United States will satisfy the requirement by residence and course work at UW-Green Bay.