- Personal & Social Responsibility
- Critical Thinking
3 credit hours
One course from the list below at the appropriate level, determined by placement. Qualified students may count 300- and 400-level classes toward the area.
To survive the Borderlands
you must live sin fronteras
be a crossroads.
- Explore the relationship between languages and cultural identities
- Explain and understand ideas through speaking, listening, reading and writing in a second language
- Design strategies for communicating across borders
- Identify values, terms, and ideas that are important to linguistic communities
Only entry-level language classes are listed here, but another language class may satisfy this requirement based on placement
For qualified students who meet the necessary pre-requisites and placement, upper-division courses at the appropriate level may be taken in fulfillment of general education in this area. Students with advanced skills in a language (as measured by ACTFL proficiency levels) can work with their advisor, departmental faculty to identify the appropriate level and course. This may entail taking a placement exam in some language programs.
Yucca symbol = This course also meets the U.S. Global Diversity requirement.
|ARBC 1130||Arabic I|
|CHIN 1130||Mandarin Chinese I Intensive|
|FREN 1110||French I|
|GREK 1110||Greek I and II|
|GRMN 1110||German I|
|ITAL 1130||Italian I|
|JAPN 1130||Japanese Intensive I|
|LATN 1110||Latin I|
|NAVA 1110||Navajo I|
|PORT 1110||Portuguese I|
|RUSS 1110||Russian I|
|SIGN 2125 Yucca symbol||Introduction to Signed Language|
|SPAN 1110||Spanish I|
|SPAN 1210||Spanish for Heritage Learners I|
|SWAH 1110||Swahili I|