World and Cultural Affairs (WAC) Selective (3 cr. hrs.)

As part of the General Education Program, students must complete 3 credit hours to satisfy the World and Cultural Affairs Selective requirement. Any course shown below will satisfy the World and Cultural Affairs Selective as well as the Human Cultures: Humanities (H) Foundational Outcome.

  • ARAB 10100/10200/20100/20200/28000/30100/30200 - Standard Arabic Levels I-VI
  • ARAB 28000 - Arabic Culture
  • ASL 10100/10200/20100/20200 - American Sign Language Levels I-IV
  • CHNS 10100/10200/20100/20200/28000/30100/30200/33000/40100/40200 - Chinese Levels I-VIII
  • CLCS 23010 - Survey of Greek Literature in Translation
  • CLCS 23100 - Survey of Latin Literature
  • CMPL 26600 - Intro to World Lit Beg - 1600
  • CMPL 26700 - World Lit from 1600 to Today
  • ENGL 24000* - Survey of the British Literature: From the Begginings Through The Neoclassical Period
  • ENGL 24100* - Survey of the British Literature: From the Rise of Romanticism to the Modern Period
  • ENGL 26700* - World Lit from 1700 to present
  • FR 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200/40100/40200 - French Levels I-VIII
  • FR 33000 - French Cinema
  • GER 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200/40100/40200 - German Levels I-VIII
  • GER 23000 - German Literature in Translation
  • GER 33000 - German Cinema
  • GREK  10100/10200/20100/20200 - Ancient Greek Levels I-IV
  • HEBR  10100/10200/20100/20200 - Modern Hebrew Levels I-IV
  • HEBR  12100/12200/22100/22200 - Biblical Hebrew Levels I-IV
  • HEBR  28000 - Modern Israel
  • HIST  10300 - Intro to the Medieval World
  • HIST  10400 - Intro to the Modern World
  • HIST  10500 - Survey of Global World
  • HIST  21000* - The Making of Modern Africa
  • HIST  23800* - History of Russia from Medieval times to 1861
  • HIST  23900* - History of Russia from 1861 to Present
  • HIST  24000 - East Asia and Its Historical Tradition
  • HIST  24100 - East Asia in the Modern World
  • HIST  24300 - South Asian History and Civilizations
  • HIST  24500 - Middle East History and Culture
  • HIST  24600 - Modern Middle East and North Africa
  • HIST  27100 - Latin American History to 1824
  • HIST  27200 - Latin American History from 1824
  • HIST  30000 - Eve of Destruction: Global Crises and World Organization in the 20th Century
  • HIST  32300 - German History
  • HIST 32400 - Modern France
  • HIST 32900 - History of Women in Modern Europe
  • HIST 34000 - Modern China
  • HIST 34100 - History of Africa South of the Sahara
  • HIST 34300 - Traditional Japan
  • HIST 34400 - History of Modern Japan
  • HIST 34900 - The First World War
  • HIST 35100 - The Second World War
  • HIST 35900 - Gender in East Asian History
  • ITAL 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200 - Italian Levels I-VI
  • ITAL 28000 - Italian Culture and Civilization
  • ITAL 28100 - The Italian Renaissance
  • ITAL 33000 - Italian Cinema
  • ITAL 33300 - The Spirit of Italian Comedy
  • ITAL 38000 - Italian Culture and Civilization
  • JPNS 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200/40100/40200 - Japanese Levels I-VIII
  • JWST 33000 - Introduction to Jewish Studies
  • LATN 10100/10200/20100/20200 - Latin Studies I-IV
  • LATN 34300 - Roman Oratory
  • LATN 34400 - Roman Epic
  • LATN 34500 - Roman Elegy
  • LATN 34600 - Roman Rhetoric
  • LATN 34700 - Roman Comedy
  • LATN 44200 - Roman Lyric Poetry
  • LATN 44400 - Roman Philosophers
  • LATN 44500 - Roman Encyclopedists
  • LATN 44600 - Roman Historians
  • LC 23900 - Contemporary Foreign Women Writers in Translation
  • LC 33300 - The Middle Ages of Film
  • PHIL 11400 - Global Moral Issues
  • PHIL 23000 - Religions of the East
  • PTGS  10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200 - Portuguese Levels I-VI
  • REL 23000 - Religions of the East
  • RUSS 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200/40100/40200 - Russian Levels I-VIII
  • RUSS 28100 - Post Soviet Experience
  • RUSS 33000 - Russian and East European Cinema
  • SPAN 10100/10200/20100/20200/30100/30200/40100/40200 - Spanish Levels I-VIII
  • SPAN 23500 - Spanish American Literature in Translation
  • SPAN 30500 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers
  • SPAN 30801 - Advanced Spanish for Heritage Speakers
  • SPAN 33000 - Film in Spain and Hispanic America