H1 900 Foreign Language IV FOR 116 4 H1 900 Italian 2nd Year Part II FOR 11601

H1 900 foreign language iv for 116 4 h1 900 italian

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H1 900 Foreign Language IV FOR 116 (4) H1 900 Italian 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.01 (4) H1 900 French 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.12 (4) H1 900 German 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.13 (4) H1 900 Latin 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.14 (4) H1 900 Spanish 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.15 (4) H1 900 Japanese 2nd Year Part II FOR 116.18 (4) H2 901 Western Civilization I HIS 101 (3)+++ H2 902 Western Civilization II HIS 102 (3)+++ H3 903 Non-Western Civilizations HIS104.01 (3)++ HIS 104.02 (3)++ HIS 104.03 (3)++ HIS 104.04 (3)++ HIS 104.05 (3)++ H2 904 American History HIS 135 (3)+++ H2 905 U.S. History/Civilization II HIS 136 (3) H3 910D American Ethnic Literature ENG 165 (3) H3 911D Literature and Gender ENG 160 (3) COM 128 (3) ENG 128 (3) FOR 128 (3) H3 912 Survey of British Literature I ENG 110 (3) H3 914 Survey of American Literature IENG 130 (3) H4 900 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 101 (3) H9 901 Mythology FOR 106 (3) HF-900 American Culture/Civilization ENG 131 (3) HIS 131 (3) F1 905D Ethnic Traditions in American Music MUS 153 (3)++ MUS 154 (3)++ F1 909D Intro to Black Drama and Theatre THE 154 (3) F2 901 History of Western Art I ART 155 (3) F2 902 History of Western Art II ART 156 (3) F2 903N Non-Western Art ART 140 (3)++ F2 905 Film History and Appreciation THE 170 (3) + + Courses designated specifically to examine aspects of human diversity from a non-U.S./non- European perspective. +++ Western Civilization (H2 901 or S2 902 and H2 902 or S2 903) and American/U.S. History (H2 904 or S2 900 or S2 901) can be used either as how it was approved for the school offering the course, or how the equivalent course at the receiving school was approved. S ocial and Behavioral Science (3 courses, 9 semester hours) Two disciplines must be represented from the fol- lowing list: Anthropology (S1), History (S2), Economics (S3), Geography (S4), Politics and Government (S5), Psychology (S6), Sociology (S7), Social Psychology (S8). S3 900 Principles of Economics ECO 105 (4) S4 900N Introduction to Human Geography GEO 135 (3)++ GEO 140 (3) S4 903N Introduction to Economic Geography GEO 150 (3)++ S5 900 American/U.S. National Government I POL 105 (3) POL 106 (3) S5 904N International Relations POL 151 (3)++ S5 905 Comparative Government POL 141 (3) S5 906N Non-Western Comparative Government POL 140 (3) S6 900 General Psychology I PSY 110 (3) PSY 111 (3) S6 902 Life-Span Developmental Psychology PSY 213 (3) S7 900 Introduction to Sociology SOC 106 (3) S7 901 Social Problems SOC 108 (3) S7 902 Marriage and Family FCS 224 (3) S8 900 Social Psychology PSY 131 (3) SOC 131 (3) + +Courses designated specifically to examine aspects of human diversity from a non-U.S./non- European perspective. General Education G E N E D
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84 Illinois State University offers major and minor programs that allow students to synthesize knowledge that spans two or more academic disci- plines. Each interdisciplinary program is directed by a faculty member. Faculty from across the University deliver courses within these programs. In addition, the University offers interdisciplinary (IDS) courses that transcend the boundaries of a single discipline.
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