Department Affiliation: Language and Culture
Culture courses are primarily interdisciplinary and intended to complement language acquisition, as well as to inform about global cultural diversity. They are generally taught in English.
Cultural Studies Minor
Culture courses are interdisciplinary and intended to inform about global cultural diversity.
Cultural Studies Courses
CUL 94/194 Study Travel (3)
Pre-travel lectures and readings, as well as guided tours in the country, serve as basis for a study/travel program, with each participant developing a project related to the travel experiences.
CUL 107 Theory and Practice of Culture (3)
The course addresses the growing domestic and global necessity for understanding and communication across cultural boundaries. This is a theoretical and practical approach to understanding cultural differences as well as similarities. GS-VI
CUL 108 World Literature in Translation (3)
Explores world cultures through short stories and novels from around the world in translation.
CUL 110 Culture through Films (3)
This course uses a thematic approach to analyze a selected number of cultures from different parts of the world through films.
CUL 114 Faces of Spirituality (3)
The focus of this course is to survey and gain an understanding of how different cultures approach spirituality.
CUL 117 Women’s Literature in Translation (3)
In search of similarities and differences in women's conditions, aspirations and accomplishments as seen through literature written by women from around the globe.
CUL 119 Culture Through the Artist's Eyes (3)
This course will develop understanding and appreciation for culture as expressed through art, and the creative process in different fields from painting, sculpture, dance, to film, music, literature, and poetry.