GENERAL STUDIES

What is General Studies?

General Studies (GS) courses allow students to study beyond a specialized area, facilitating interdisciplinary understanding of academic fields and reflection upon fundamental human and social issues. The scope of courses is broad, and, in addition to Studies in Christian Humanism, Language, Health and Physical Education, offers GS distribution courses in three categories: The Legacy of the Past, Cultural Traditions, and The Contemporary World. Furthermore, the various Elective Courses allow students to acquire a solid foundation in Computer Studies, Environmental Issues, Geography, Mathematics and Statistics.

 

Course Lists

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Society and Culture
Courses NoTitle2015 Semester Offerd
RPH201INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
Politics and Economy
Courses NoTitle2015 Semester Offerd
ANT202INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL & SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT220ANTHROPOLOGY OF JAPAN
ANT230CULTURE & IDENTITY
IBE200PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS Spring
IBE200PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS
POL210INTRO TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS ISpring
SOC201INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOC222INTRO TO CONTEMP.CHINESE SOC.Spring
SOC223GLOBALIZATION AND SOCIETY
General Studies Elective Courses
Courses NoTitle2015 Semester Offerd
GCE301HUMAN ECOLOGY : RIVERSSpring
MTH111MATH AND STAT FOR BUS/ECONSpring