11 Credits for 15 students. Coordinator: Susan Stebbins.
The classes in this FIG will examine developments and issues of American history and society from two perspectives, those of Native Americans and those of Euro-Americans (the descents of people who immigrated here from other parts of the world). Students will be expected to critically read historical documents, and write about their conclusions.
92244 LITR 110 Writing about Literature: 4 Cr. TuTh 9:30-10:45 plus one hour TBA AM Tiernan, T.
Introduction to elements of literature through the study of its various forms. This course differs from LITR 100 in that there is extensive attention to writing, revising, and the use of information resources. The course cannot be taken if credit has been received for LITR 100. Satisfies General Education FW requirement.
92326 ANTH 130 The Native Americans: 3 cr. MW 2:00-3:15 PM Stebbins, S.
A general survey of Native American cultures in North America which examines various aspects of societies both historically and in contemporary times. Satisfies General Education XC requirement.
92229 COMM 105 Survey of Human Communication 3 Cr. MWF 10-10:50 AM Youngblood, J.
Various communication theories and applications. Topics: human and interpersonal communication, small group decision-making, public communication and the role of communication in professional settings. Satisfies General Education SA requirement.
92327 FY 100 First Year Success Seminar: 1 Cr. TBA Stebbins, S.
A one-credit course meeting once a week and offering an excellent introduction to the College?s resources and how to succeed in the difficult transition from high school to college life and work. Integrated with the FIG?s theme.