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Global Studies (AAGS)

Associate in Arts Degree

Description

Associate of Arts Liberal Arts Transfer in Global Studies will aid students in the development of an open, inclusive, international perspective through the study of human cultures, history, and language. This degree will provide students with the basic international and intercultural understanding that is applicable in the university and in the workplace, as well as prepare them for entry into a degree program at a four-year academic institution.

Contact Information

Division
Humanities, Social & Behav Sci
Department
Foreign Language Dept
Advisors
Nancy Ferrario

Requirements

First Semester
Class Title Credits
ART 150 Monuments and Cultures 3
ENG 111 Composition I 4
Foreign Language * 5
Elective(s) Math 4
Total 16
Second Semester
Class Title Credits
ENG 226 Composition II 3
GEO 101 World Regional Geography 3
Foreign Language * 5
Elective(s) Natural Sciences 4
Total 15
Third Semester
Class Title Credits
Elective(s) Arts and Humanities 3
COM 225 Intercultural Communication 3
Elective(s) Computer and Information Literacy 3
Global Studies Elective(s) ** 3
Elective(s) Social and Behavioral Science 3
Total 15
Fourth Semester
Class Title Credits
ANT 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3
Elective(s) Arts and Humanities 3
Global Studies Elective(s) ** 3
Global Studies Elective(s) ** 3
Elective(s) Social and Behavioral Science 3
Total 15
Total Credits Required
61

Footnotes

*First Year Language I and II meet the requirements, excludes conversational courses.
**Go to www4.wccnet.edu/departments/foreignlanguages/pdfs/Global_Studies_Course_Options.pdf

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