EURO 2105. Introduction to the European Union (3-0-3) A survey of the politics, history, economics, geography, economy and culture of the European Union. First required course for the European Union Certificate. (Course fee required.)
LIBR 1105. Introduction to Library and Information Science (2-0-2) An introduction to Library and Information Science concepts and Information Literacy competencies. It includes the research process, nature of information, efficient and effective access, evaluation and use of information, ethical/legal issues, and the role of libraries in society. The theoretical framework for this course is complemented by practical applications aimed at gaining basic Information Literacy proficiency. (Course fee required.)
POLS 2401. Global Issues (3-0-3) This courses introduces students to contemporary issues in global affairs. It assumes no prior knowledge of international relations. The course examines problems facing the global community, as well as the prospects for governments, individuals, and international groups to address those problems. Issues include population and demographics, natural resources and the environment, the globalization of the economy, terrorism and threats to security, development and technology, global security, ethics, human rights, and the role of the United States and other regional powers in world affairs.
HIST 1111. World History to 1500 (3-0-3) A survey of world history to early modern times.
HIST 1112. World History since 1500 (3-0-3) A survey of world history from early modern times to the present.