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Have you ever wondered about the origins, development and innovations of human cultures around the globe? For centuries, classical studies have represented ancient themes and knowledge for contemporary audiences. This set of courses offers a rich array of information and approaches to understanding how people, movements, events, mythologies and art forms have helped shape the world we live in today.

Offerings

AH 100 History of Art and Culture in a Global Context
AH 101 History of Western Art to 1400
AH 102 History of Western Art 1400 to Present
CMNS 155* Intro to Workplace and Academic Communication
ENGL 105* Academic Writing
ENGL 115 Great Books: The Western Tradition in Literature
ENGL 225 Classical Literature in Translation
ENGL 250 Bible as Literature
FD 193 History of Fashion
HIST 108 The Birth of Europe: Antiquity to 14th Century
PHIL 250 Hist of Western Philosophy: Ancient Philosophy
VA 113 Introduction to Drawing


* Communications 155 and English 105 do require a C+ in English 12. There are other alternatives; please check UFV’s English language policy.

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