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  Jan 16, 2018
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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INT 202 Exploring Diversity

3 Credits

This wide-ranging interdisciplinary course is designed to help students understand, live successfully in, and contribute to a diverse world. The common features of and the differences between cultures are explored — along with the multiple factors which work either to connect or to separate people. Insights are provided by a variety of disciplines, including the Franciscan tradition, which values inclusiveness and respect for all creatures, as well as Catholic Social Teachings, which uphold the dignity and inherent worth of each person. In addition, through classroom discussion and reflection, students are encouraged to explore opportunities to become agents of positive social change in society.

Prerequisite(s): English Literature Core and sophomore standing.



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