Are you trying to figure out which GenEd courses you can take in Term-1? Maybe to balance out the upper division courses you are taking? We have several GenEd courses that you may want to consider.
ARTH 2100 Tribal Arts
This course will examine the indigenous art and architecture of sub Saharan Africa, Native America and the Pacific. It satisfies World A requirement as well as the Art Theme requirement. This course is offered at Schofield on Wednesday evenings. **CLASS CANCELED**
ENG 2301 World Film Studies
Like watching movies? This course will examine important feature films that are rarely seen in the United States. It also surveys several national cinemas and international trends, with particular attention to the increasing globalization of the film industry. The learning activities in the class will include film screenings and field trips including to the Hawaii International Film Festival. The last time we offered this course, it received rave reviews from the students. This course satisfies Values B as well as the Art Theme requirement. Consult your advisor as it may also substitute for other GenEd requirements. This course is offered at Pearl on Monday evenings. **CLASS CANCELED**
HIST 2401 American History to 1877
This course may be a good option for History majors. Also, Dr. Jim Corcoran will be teaching the course so it will be a fun, engaging and mind enriching course. It is being offered at Camp Smith on Thursdays.
MARS 1000 Introductory Oceanography
This course is a good option for the Global A requirement. It is usually only offered online and students have been requesting for it to be offered in the classroom. It’s being offered at Pearl on Saturdays.