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Course Category: Interdisciplinary Studies

This course provides the opportunity for students to experience first-hand cultures outside the Anglo-American tradition. After initial preparation in the classroom, the class will then travel to the destination(s) being studied for a period between 7 and 21 days. Upon return, students will write a paper reflecting on the experiences and learning. The specific destination(s) and areas of academic focus will be determined by the instructor. Students will be responsible for paying all travel costs according to the payment schedule put in place by the instructor.
This course helps the student develop and strengthen the ability to reason soundly and critically. It addresses the purpose and process of critical thinking, language and critical thinking, patterns of argument, and modes of reasoning. May not be used to satisfy a humanities general education requirement.
ENG 102 or ENG 202