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Courses Approved for Arts Study

General Education courses that satisfy the Arts Study requirement are:

  • ASI 341  Special Topics in Arts Study
  • ASI 347  Physics and Literature
  • ASI 351  Constructing Civilization: Cities in Art and Civil Engineering
  • ASI 357  Vocation and the Arts
  • CLA 203  Classical Mythology
  • CMM 355  Rhetoric of Social Movements
  • ENG 151  Introduction to Literature
  • ENG 198  English Scholars' Seminar
    Note: Berry Scholars only for students entering prior to Fall 2010.
  • ENG 203  Major British Writers
  • ENG 204  Major American Writers
  • ENG 205  Major World Writers
  • ENG 301  Survey of Early English Literature
  • ENG 302  Survey of Later English Literature
  • ENG 305  Survey of American Literature
  • ENG 306  Survey of Continental Literature
  • ENG 320  Contemporary Drama
  • ENG 321  Reading Popular Music
  • ENG 322  Masterpieces of World Literature
  • ENG 323  Literature of the Christian Tradition
  • ENG 333  Images of Women in Literature
  • ENG 334  Modern Men – Images
  • ENG 335  African American Literature
  • ENG 336  Gender in Fiction
  • ENG 338  Images of Business
  • ENG 339  American Indian Literature
  • ENG 340  The Prison in Literature
  • ENG 341  Asian American Literature
  • ENG 342  Literature and the Environment
  • ENG 345  Colonial and Postcolonial Literature
  • ENG 346  Literature and Human Rights
  • ENG 348  Modern Irish Literature
  • ENG 350  European Literature of Antiquity
  • ENG 353  Literature of the Renaissance
  • ENG 354  Literature of the Enlightenment
  • ENG 355  Literature of the Romantic Age
  • ENG 356  European Literature of the Nineteenth Century
  • ENG 357  European Literature of the Early Twentieth Century
  • ENG 358  Contemporary Literature of Europe
  • ENG 360  U.S. Latina/o Literature
  • ENG 362  Shakespeare
  • ENG 363  Shakespeare's Worlds
  • ENG 370  Report and Proposal Writing
  • ENG 371  Technical Communication
  • ENG 372  Business Communication
  • ENG 373  Medical Writing
  • ENG 382  Mozart's Operas
  • ENG 383  The Tragic Dilemma
  • ENG 384  Christianity and Modern Poetry
  • FRN 352  Old World Meets New (ENG)
  • FRN 452  Old World Meets New (FRN) 
  • GER 351  German Film
  • GER 361  Survey of German Literature I
  • GER 362  Survey of German Literature II
  • HMS 360  Latin America through Literature
  • MUS 201  Music in Concert
  • MUS 203  Sights and Sounds of Music
  • MUS 205  Music, Instruments, and Technology
  • MUS 223  Introduction to Music Technology
  • MUS 232  Integrating the Arts: Music
  • MUS 302  Music History and Literature II
  • MUS 303  Introduction to Music of the World
  • MUS 304  History of American Music
  • MUS 305  African-American Sacred Music
  • MUS 306  History of American Jazz
  • MUS 307  Development of American Popular Song
  • MUS 309  Opera History and Literature
  • MUS 310  Mozart's Operas
  • MUS 325  Beethoven and His Era
  • MUS 327  Music in Film
  • MUS 328  History of the American Musical
  • MUS 350  Sacred Music History
  • MUS 352  Sacred Music and Worship in the Local Church
  • SEE 303  Constructions of Place
  • THR 105  Introduction to the Theatre
  • VAD 211 Fundamentals of Visual Communication Design
  • VAE 232  Integrating the Arts: Visual Arts
  • VAF 104  Foundation Drawing
  • VAF 203  Drawing through Process
  • VAF 225  Painting for Non-Majors
  • VAF 242  Ceramics II Wheel
  • VAH 101  Introduction to the Visual Arts
  • VAH 201  Survey of Art I
  • VAH 202  Survey of Art II
  • VAH 203  Survey of Art III
  • VAH 320  Latin American Art
  • VAH 330  Arts of Asia
  • VAH 483  Twentieth-Century Art II
  • VAP 100  Darkroom Photography for Non-Majors
  • VAP 101  Foundation Photography
  • VAP 200  Digital Photography for Non-Majors
  • VAR 210  Visual Journal
  • VAR 220  Visual Resources