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Approved Liberal Learning Courses For EECE Major Correlate Courses

Effective: Fall 2006

Visual and Performing Arts

AAH 105     Art History I: Caves to Cathedrals

AAH 106     Art History II: Renaissance to Revolution

AAH 242     Introduction to Renaissance Art

AAH 250     Contemporary Art

AAH 280     Histories of Photography

AAH 344     Art of the Italian Renaissance

AFA 101     Experiencing Art

MUS 170    College Choir (four semesters participation required)

MUS 171    Women’s Ensemble (four semesters participation required)

MUS 175    Choral (three semesters participation required)

MUS 180    Wind Ensemble: Non Music Majors

MUS 182    College Orchestra: Non Music Majors

MUS 185    College Band: Non Music Majors

MUS 260    Exploring Concert Music

MUS 265    Music and the Stage

MUS 345    Introduction to Electronic Music Skills and Literature

TST 161     Creative Design

TTR 347     Modern European Drama

VPA 101     Integrated Visual and Performing Arts

Visual and Performing Arts/Gender

AAH 343     Looking at Women: Representation, Feminism & Film

COM 343    Looking at Women: Representation, Feminism & Film

WGS 220    Gender and Popular Culture

WGS 305    Looking at Women: Representation, Feminism & Film

Visual and Performing Arts/Global

AAH 215    The Arts of South Asia

AAH 216    The Arts of East Asia

AAH 217    Arts of the Islamic World

LIT 233       World  Drama


Visual and Performing Arts/Race & Ethnicity

AAS 240    History of Jazz

AAS 240    Studies in Black Music

MUS 245   History of Jazz


U.S. History

HIS 168    America’s Moving Frontier

HIS 365    Topics in North America

HIS 372    US: the Coming of the Civil War


U.S. History/Gender

HIS 384/ WGS 303     Women in the US in the 20th Century

HIS 385/ WGS 301     Women in the US to 19th Century


U.S. History/ Race & Ethnicity

HIS 179    African American History to 1865

HIS 180    African American History: 1865-present

HIS 190    U.S. Race Relations


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