A three-credit course that develops critical perspectives on the thought, culture and behavior of people outside the United States. Learning perspective courses can meet this requirement, but a first-year LS course cannot satisfy this requirement. A course cannot carry both a “G” and a “D” suffix at the same time.
In these courses students should begin to:
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Please provide a short explanation of how does this course:
Focus on the core beliefs, cultural traditions, or social practices that have originated and developed largely in independence from the traditions and societies within the United States?
Develop an understanding of non-U.S. traditions from within the traditions themselves (e.g., by using primary sources that are from within those traditions)?
Provide adequate context that will allow the student to evaluate non-U.S. philosophies, cultural traditions, or social practices from multiple perspectives?
Include a component that examines non-U.S. philosophies, cultural traditions, or social practices that differ from those with which the students may identify