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1 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 Current Students Students who entered CSS before Fall 2016 will continue with Pathways General Education Program (see list of approved courses below) unless they choose otherwise. All new students who enter Fall 2016 (including transfer, extended, and online students) will follow the Veritas requirements. s Approved for Pathways Requirements I. Cultural Diversity Cultural Diversity challenges the student to articulate how her/his perception of reality is culturally embedded and how values, assumption and beliefs are reflected in behavior. This scrutiny fosters respect for the diversity of peoples and cultures. This respect requires more than just exposure to cultural differences; it requires intellectual discourse which examines such differences critically and is attentive to the challenges of understanding global and community members whose lives are shaped by cultures other than one's own. Title ART/INS 2204 CTA 2205 CTA 2240 CTA/ART 2301 CTA 2525 ENG 1130 ENG 2210 ENG/MER 2220 ENG/RUS 2280 GCL 1101 GCL 2111 GCL 2220 GCL 3200 GCL 3202 GCL 3302 GCL 3401 GCL 3915 GCL 4411 GCL/POL 4402 GCL/SPN 3303 HIS/INS 2201 HIS/INS 2202 HIS/WGS 2231 HIS/GCL 3307 HIS/INS 3308 HIS/WGS 3324 HIS/WGS 3325 HIS 3340 American Indian Art and Music Performing Culture Intercultural Communication World Cinema The Media, Race and Gender Introduction to Women's Literature Ethnic Literature Medieval and Renaissance Worlds in Literature Literature in Translation Introduction to Global, Cultural and Language Studies Migration, Diaspora, and Identity Dance, Gender and Culture Popular Music and Political Movements Culture Through Film Europe Today Healthcare Across Cultures The Tanzanian Experience Strangers in Their Own Land Environmental Politics The Other Americas American Indian History I American Indian History II Cultural Anthropology Modern Latin American History Ojibwe History African American History I African American History II The Shaping of Modern China 1

2 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 HIS 3356 History of Modern India HSC 3101 Health for All: A Global Perspective HUM 2150 Ethnicity and the Performing Arts INS 1101 Introduction to American Indian Studies INS 2203 American Indian Literature INS 3320 American Indian Women: Myth/Reality INS 4401 American Indian Law and Policy INS/PHL 3301 American Indian Philosophy INS/SWK 4410 Counseling the American Indian INS/SWK 4415 American Indian Families INS/SWK 4420 Human Behavior and the American Indian Community MUS 2303 Music of the Caribbean MUS 2304 Music of Africa MUS 2305 Jazz Music and Musicians MUS 3309 World Music POL 2280 Rethinking Religion and Culture after 9/11 RUS 2209 Russian Language Camp SBT 3390 China Study Abroad SOC 2265 Diversity and Marginality (of Minority) in the U.S. SOC 2433 The Family and Society TRS 3101 Christianity and World Religions TRS 3380 Women's Spirituality and Literature WGS 1011 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies II. Social Sciences Social Science is the study of psychological, economic, social, cultural and/or political thinking and behavior in individuals and societies. Students discover the interconnectedness and relationships among motivation, learning and development, including the causes and implications of differences and similarities among people. Title ECN 2230 ECN 3335 ECN 4430 GCL/POL 2001 GCL 2111 GCL 2201 GCL/POL 3001 GCL 3301 GCL 3302 GCL/SPN 3303 HIS/WGS 2231 INS 1101 Principles of Microeconomics Contemporary Healthcare Economic Systems Current Economic Issues Introduction to Political Science Migration, Diaspora, and Identity Peaceful Resolution of International Conflicts Politics of Globalization Human Rights Europe Today The Other Americas Cultural Anthropology Introduction to American Indian Studies 2

3 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 INS 3320 INS 4401 INS/SWK 4410 INS/SWK 4415 INS/SWK 4420 POL 3331 PSY 1105 PSY 2208 SOC 1125 SOC 2433 SWK 2240 American Indian Women: From Myth to Reality American Indian Law and Policy Counseling the American Indian American Indian Families Human Behavior and the American Indian Community American Government General Psychology Life Span Developmental Psychology General Sociology The Family and Society Introduction to Social Work III. World Language Language guides our thinking, shapes our perceptions and is the foundational element of culture. The four skills of language study listening, responding, reading and writing provide the key that opens the door to a deepened understanding and appreciation of the world's cultures and peoples. Title ASL 1111 ASL 1112 FRN 1111 FRN 1112 GMN 1111 GMN 1112 LTN 1111 LTN 1112 OJB 1111 OJB 1112 RUS 1111 RUS 1112 RUS 2209 SPN 1111 SPN 1112 Beginning American Sign Language and Culture I Beginning American Sign Language and Culture II Beginning French Language and Culture I Beginning French Language and Culture II Beginning German Language and Culture I Beginning German Language and Culture II Beginning Latin Language and Culture I Beginning Latin Language and Culture II Beginning Ojibwe Language and Culture I Beginning Ojibwe Language and Culture II Beginning Russian Language and Culture I Beginning Russian Language and Culture II Russian Language Camp Beginning Spanish Language and Culture I Beginning Spanish Language and Culture II IV. Literature Literary study emphasizes close reading of and thoughtful expression about texts from a variety of perspectives and issues, ranging from forms and genres to modes and historical-cultural contexts. Focused on language, literary study involves both individual work and communal ways of understanding texts through oral and written interpretation. Literary study fosters the imaginative and intellectual effort needed to engage in varying cultural experiences to understand human values. 3

4 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 Title CTA 2205 Performing Culture CTA/ENG 3330 Theatre: Greek- Elizabethan CTA/ENG 3331 Theatre: Restoration-Twentieth Century CTA/ENG 4420 Film and Literature ENG 1115 Introduction to Literature ENG 1120 Mythology ENG 1130 Introduction to Women's Literature ENG 1140 Modern World Literature ENG 2210 Ethnic Literature ENG/MER 2220 Medieval and Renaissance Worlds in Literature ENG 2250 Introduction to Poetry ENG 2251 Introduction to Fiction ENG 2252 Introduction to Drama ENG 2270 Irish Poetry and Drama ENG/RUS 2280 Literature in Translation ENG 3310 American Literature I: Beginnings to 1900 ENG 3311 American Literature II:1900 to Present ENG 3315 American Short Story ENG 3320 British Literature I: Medieval to Neoclassical ENG 3321 British Literature II: Romantic to Modern ENG 3340 American Novel ENG 3350 British Novel ENG 3370 Studies in Women's Literature ENG 3390 Irish Literature ENG 4400 Shakespeare I ENG 4401 Shakespeare II ENG 4410 Individual Author INS 2203 American Indian Literature V. Analytical Reasoning Analytical reasoning is an approach to knowledge which includes the ability to break down a larger problem and theory into constituent elements, gain an organized, logical and/or empirical understanding of the patterns and relationships among those elements, apply that understanding in a methodical fashion to similar situations and communicate that understanding in language appropriate to the problem. The development of analytical abilities enables students to consider and respond more capably to the complexities of responsible living and the challenges of meaningful work. Title CIS 1001 CIS 2085 CTA 3445 MTH 1110 Computer Science Principles Programming I w/java Argumentation Liberal Arts Mathematics 4

5 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 MTH 1111 MTH 1113 MTH 1114 MTH 1116 MTH 1210 MTH 1211 MTH 2221 MTH 2222 MUS 1101 PHL 1105 PSY 2335 PSY 3331 SWK 3131 SWK 3132 College Algebra Mathematical Ideas I Mathematical Ideas II Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers Concepts of Mathematical Ideas A Concepts of Mathematical Ideas B Calculus I Calculus II Music Theory I Logic Statistics for Professional Practice Statistics Statistical Methods for Evidence-Based Practice I Statistical Methods for Evidence-Based Practice II VI. Natural Sciences The natural sciences attempt to discover principles or laws which describe life and the physical universe through the cycle of observation, formulation of hypotheses, experimentation and development of theory. The fruits of scientific discovery enable humans to appreciate the beauty and interconnectedness of the universe in its many parts and exercise stewardship over the resources nature provides. Students who take natural science courses are better able to understand the scope and limits of the scientific endeavor, how science has shaped the modern world and the technical issues society now faces. Title BIO 1102 BIO 1103 BIO 1104 BIO 1105 BIO 1120 BIO 3101 CHM 1010 CHM 1020 CHM 1040 CHM 1110 HSC 2201 PSC 1201 PSC 1501 PSC 1777 Human Biology and Heredity Current Environmental Topics Life Science Evolution Today General Biology II Conversations with the Naturalists Everyday Chemistry Introductory Chemistry for Health Sciences General, Organic, and Biochemistry General Chemistry I Nutrition Concepts of Physics A Short in Physics Explorations in Astronomy VII. History History is an interdisciplinary study that reflects upon and analyzes human experience. It focuses on the ways women and men are active agents in transforming the world and how the past illuminates the 5

6 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 present. Students explore human societies in different times and places, encouraging cross-cultural comparisons. s in history contribute to creating better informed, more critically thinking citizens who understand themselves and the world around them in deeper, more diverse ways. Title GCL 2050 Introduction to Mexico HIS 1101 World History I HIS 1102 World History II HIS 1110 History of the United States I HIS 1111 History of the United States II HIS 1112 Religion in the United States HIS/INS 2201 American Indian History I HIS/INS 2202 American Indian History II HIS 2212 Medieval Europe HIS/TRS 2222 A History of Christian Thought HIS 3206 Historiography and Historical Methods HIS 3209 Ancient History: Greece and Rome HIS 3212 The Renaissance and Reformation in Global Perspective HIS 3214 The World Since 1945 HIS 3301/GCL 3304 Russia Since 1900 HIS 3302 Modern German History HIS 3303 History of Great Britain HIS 3304 Modern European Intellectual History HIS 3305 Issues in Modern European History HIS/GCL 3307 Modern Latin American History HIS/INS 3308 Ojibwe History HIS 3310 United States Foreign Relations HIS 3320 Women in United States History I HIS 3321 Women in United States History II HIS/WGS 3324 African American History I HIS/WGS 3325 African American History II HIS 3333 Issues in United States History HIS 3340 Shaping of Modern China HIS 3355 Islam and the Modern World HIS 3356 History of Modern India MUS 3310 History of Medieval & Renaissance Music TRS/HIS/MER 2403 The Way of the Pilgrim VIII. Fine Arts Art is created in all human cultures as a response to life. All forms of art can enable us to express depths of spirituality and emotion, rationally explore that which gives us pleasure, shape social values, reach out to others across time and culture and create something more lasting than we are. Through the creation and study of art, students consider its definition, interpretation and impact on humanity. Art merits both technical and reflective study as part of a liberal education. 6

7 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 Title ART 1105 ART/CTA 1107 ART 1120 ART 1124 ART 1126 ART/CIS/CTA 2041 ART 2121 ART 2122 ART 2125 ART/CTA 2201 ART/INS 2204 ART 2221 ART 2420 CTA 1150 CTA 2100 CTA 2150 CTA 2220 CTA 2250 CTA/ART 2301 CTA 3301 CTA/ENG 3330 CTA/ENG 3331 CTA 4220 CTA/ENG 4420 GCL 2220 GCL 3200 GCL 3202 HUM 2150 MUS 1001 MUS 1101 MUS 1211 MUS 1212 MUS 1213 MUS 1214 MUS 1301 MUS 1410 MUS 1411 MUS 1421 MUS 1430 MUS 1431 MUS 1713 MUS 1715 MUS 1723 Introduction to Art Photography I Drawing I Basic Design Modern Art History Computer Visual Design Painting I Color Theory Print Making The Film as Art American Indian Art and Music Painting II Beginning Life Drawing Introduction to Theatre Theatre Practicum Acting for the Stage Film Topics Stagecraft World Cinema Film Genres Theatre: Greek-Elizabethan Theatre: Restoration-Twentieth Century Great Filmmakers Film and Literature Dance, Gender and Culture Popular Music and Political Movements Culture Through Film Ethnicity and the Performing Arts Fundamentals of Music Music Theory I Women s Choir Hand Drum Ensemble Drum Line Steel Band Music in Western Culture Beginning Piano Class Class Piano II Beginning Voice Class Beginning Guitar Class Beginning Recorder Music Lessons Music Lessons Music Lessons 7

8 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 MUS 1725 MUS 1745 MUS 2301 MUS 2302 MUS 2303 MUS 2304 MUS 2305 MUS 2306 MUS 2307 MUS 2308 MUS 3210 MUS 3211 MUS 3212 MUS 3213 MUS 3214 MUS 3309 MUS 3310 MUS 4211 Music Lessons Music Lessons Introduction to Opera Introduction to Symphony Music of the Caribbean Music of Africa Jazz Music and Musicians Mozart s Life and Works Beethoven s Life and Works Irish Traditional Music Bella Voce Concert Choir Concert Band Jazz Ensemble String Orchestra World Music History of Medieval and Renaissance Music Small Ensembles IX. Philosophy Philosophy, the love of wisdom, uses natural reason to guide the search for the good life. The study of philosophy challenges the student to think critically and make and evaluate arguments. The aim of philosophy courses is to contemplate those questions that will lead to responsible living. Title CIS 1205 GCL 3250 INS/PHL 3301 PHL 1114 PHL 2205 PHL 2214 PHL 2220 PHL 2223 PHL 3302 PHL 3304 PHL 3345 PHL 3350 PHL 3354 PHL 3355 PHL 3360 PHL 3369 PHL 3777 PHL 4420 Technology Ethics Voices of the Earth: Ecology and Indigenous Philosophy American Indian Philosophy The Philosophical Perspective Philosophy of Person Introductory Ethics Philosophy of Religion Political Philosophy History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy History of Renaissance and Modern Philosophy Contemporary Philosophy Contemporary Ethical Issues Management Ethics Development of Values in Children Philosophies of Feminism Metaphysics Medieval Philosophy Philosophy of Science 8

9 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 X. Religious Studies Religious studies invites students to explore religion as a central means of preparing themselves for responsible living and meaningful work by challenging them to work for justice and social change, and encouraging them to shape religious beliefs and spiritual values for their personal and professional lives. Special emphasis is placed on our Catholic and Benedictine heritage. Title HIS/TRS 2222 HUM 3378 INS/PHL 3301 TRS 1101 TRS 1102 TRS 1103 TRS 1104 TRS 1105 TRS 1110 TRS 1420 TRS 1510 TRS 2101 TRS 2120 TRS/WGS 2243 TRS 2401 TRS/HIS/MER 2403 TRS 2601 TRS 2777 A History of Christian Thought Spirituality and Prayer American Indian Philosophy Introduction to Christian Theology Sin, Suffering and Salvation Introduction to the Bible Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures Introduction to the New Testament Introduction to Catholicism Introduction to Spirituality God for Guys: Towards a Masculine Spirituality Contemporary Moral Issues The Christian Faith in Art: The College of St. Scholastica in Rome Women and Religion Benedictine Tradition The Way of the Pilgrim Religions of the World The Catholic Imagination XI. Writing Intensive During junior or senior year, students must select a four-credit course designated Writing Intensive (WI) outside their major. This requirement must be completed at St. Scholastica. The purpose of this requirement is twofold: 1) students will have the opportunity to apply liberal arts skills and values developed in their major field to a body of subject matter outside their major; and 2) students will have the opportunity to further develop and practice writing skills essential to personal and professional growth. s designated WI build on skills developed in Dignitas. In WI courses students write about personal experience, narrate events, gather, summarize and evaluate information, rewrite and edit, incorporate feedback in drafts, develop arguments and produce texts which reflect research. WI courses challenge juniors and seniors to apply further those communication skills and principles they have learned in and out of the classroom. Title BIO 3101 CTA 3301 CTA 4220 Conversations with the Naturalists Film Genres Great Filmmakers 9

10 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 CTA 4417 ECN 3335 ECN 4430 ENG 3300 ENG 3301 ENG 3315 ENG 3340 ENG 3350 ENG 3360 ENG 3362 ENG 3364/MGT 3150 ENG 3370 ENG 4400 ENG 4401 ENG 4410 ENG 4430 GCL 3401 GCL/POL 4402 GCL 4411 HIS 3206 HIS 3212 HSC 3101 HUM 3366 MER 4444 NSG 3355 PHL 3302 PHL 3304 PHL 3345 PHL 3350 PHL 3354 PHL 3355 PHL 3360 PHL 3369 PHL 3777 PHL 4420 PSC 4150 SOC 3433 TRS/HIS 2320 TRS 3101 TRS 3110 TRS 3120 TRS/GER 3310 TRS/HSC 3311 Mass Media Law and Ethics Contemporary Healthcare Economic Systems Current Economic Issues Creative Writing: Fiction and Nonfiction Creative Writing: Poetry American Short Story American Novel British Novel Technical Writing Advanced Writing Management Communication: Written Studies in Women's Literature Shakespeare I Shakespeare II Individual Author English Language and Linguistics Healthcare Across Cultures Environmental Politics Strangers in Their Own Land Historiography and Historical Methods The Renaissance and Reformation in Global Perspective Health for All: A Global Perspective Travel Writing: Travelogue and Travel Blog Seminar: Medieval and Renaissance Studies Research, Evidence-Based Practice and Information Technology in Nursing History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy History of Renaissance and Modern Philosophy Contemporary Philosophy Contemporary Ethical Issues Management Ethics Development of Values in Children Philosophies of Feminism Metaphysics Medieval Philosophy Philosophy of Science Science and Culture Social Issues and Social Change Religion and Politics Christianity and World Religions Gospel of John Paul s Letters Religious Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grieving Religious Perspectives on Healthcare Ethics 10

11 Gen Ed s Approved for Pathways updated 11/29/16 TRS 3312 TRS 3325 TRS 3340 TRS 3380 TRS 4130 TRS 4220 TRS 4440 WGS 4555 Spirituality, Resilience, Recovery Faith, Values and Film Spiritual Living in the 21st Century Women s Spirituality and Literature Biblical Studies Seminar A History of Justice and Mercy Women Mystics Women's and Gender Studies Practicum/Seminar 11

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