Cultural Discourse Requirements

Students are required to complete three (3) semester credit hours from the courses listed.

AFST 201Introduction to Africana Studies3
AFST 327/PERF 327Popular Musics in the African Diaspora3
AFST 338/COMM 338Critical Race Discourse3
AGSM 105The World Has a Drinking Problem - Global Water Scarcity3
ANTH 210Social and Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH 222Cross Cultural Competency3
ANTH 301Indians of North America3
ANTH 324/PERF 324Music in World Cultures3
ANTH 404/WGST 404Women and Culture3
ARTS 234Body Art of Tattoos3
ARTS 339Themes in Contemporary Art3
ARTS 349The History of Modern Art3
CARC 101Cultural and Social Issues in the Natural, Built and Virtual Environment3
COMM 257/RELS 257Communication, Religion and the Arts3
COMM 338/AFST 338Critical Race Discourse3
COMM 343Communication in a Diverse World3
COMM 346/JOUR 346Media, Culture and Identity3
COSC 222Social Issues in the History of the Construction Environment3
DCED 201Dance History3
ENGL 211/INTS 211Foundations in Cultural Studies3
ENGL 350Twentieth-Century Literature to World War II3
ENGL 378The British Novel, 1870 to Present.3
ENGR 482/PHIL 482Ethics and Engineering3
FILM 215/INTS 215Global Cinema3
FILM 376/PHIL 376Philosophy, Film and Evil3
FSCI 334One Health in Coastal Regions3
GEOG 205Environmental Change3
GEOS 110Disasters and Society3
HIST 225Revolutionary America3
HIST 240Empires of Food3
HIST 308History of American Indians in the U.S. South3
HLTH 342Human Sexuality3
HMGT 340Global Communities & Diverse Populations in Hospitality and Tourism3
INST 222Foundations of Education in a Multicultural Society3
INTS 211/ENGL 211Foundations in Cultural Studies3
INTS 215/FILM 215Global Cinema3
JOUR 346/COMM 346Media, Culture and Identity3
LMAS 201Introduction to Latino/Mexican American Studies3
MARA 373Personnel Management3
MARB 445Marine Fisheries Management3
MAST 226Museums, Law and Ethics3
MAST 340Museums and the Construction of Identities3
NURS 421Care of Community Health Clients5
NURS 464Health Promotion Across the Lifespan for the RN3
PERF 156Dress in World Cultures3
PERF 222Music of the Americas3
PERF 223Aesthetics of Activism3
PERF 224History of Country and Western Music3
PERF 301Performance in World Cultures3
PERF 324/ANTH 324Music in World Cultures3
PERF 326Dance and Identity in the United States3
PERF 327/AFST 327Popular Musics in the African Diaspora3
PERF 386Evolution of the American Musical3
PHIL 111Contemporary Moral Issues3
PHIL 282Ethics in a Digital Age3
PHIL 376/FILM 376Philosophy, Film and Evil3
PHIL 482/ENGR 482Ethics and Engineering3
RELS 202Religion in America3
RELS 257/COMM 257Communication, Religion and the Arts3
RELS 367Christianity and American Identity3
SCSC 201American Agriculture3
SOCI 207/WGST 207Introduction to Gender and Society3
SOCI 217Introduction to Race and Ethnicity3
SOCI 240Tourism, Culture and Place3
SOCI 319/SPMT 319Sociology of Sport3
SPMT 304Sport Psychology Management and Practice3
SPMT 319/SOCI 319Sociology of Sport3
URPN 240More Than Monuments: Preservation as Social Justice3
VTPB 303Medical Communication in the International Community3
WGST 200Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies3
WGST 207/SOCI 207Introduction to Gender and Society3
WGST 404/ANTH 404Women and Culture3

Undergraduate Studies’ units have modified services available to students enrolled via distance education, at branch campuses, or at other instructional locations.