Students must engage with academic material in a manner that is different from what is typical in a first or second-year college course. Students must spend significant time on purposeful tasks, receive and respond to substantial feedback, and engage in interaction with instructors and other students. Choose a minimum of 3 credits.
|CGS INT 281x||Deviant Minds||
Approaches the concept of deviance from both sociological and psychological perspectives, including the ‘deviant’ (rule-breaking) categories of mental illness and criminal behavior.
Course classification: applied scholarship; social sciences
|ENGLISH 435x||Rhetoric and Professional Writing||
Theories and practices of rhetoric and professional writing with attention to business, technical, and community contexts.
For Associate of Arts & Sciences students: This course transfers to the AAS program as CGS ENG/BUS 210x, satisfying the Applied Scholarship and Application & Performance general education requirement.
|CGS REL 100x||Introduction to the Study of Religion||
This course introduces students to various methods employed in the academic study of religion and will provide opportunity for students to apply these methods to diverse expressions of the religious life.
Course classification: humanities, applied scholarship.
Note: This course was listed as CGS REL 101x prior to the January 2022 subscription period.