Intercultural Studies

Curriculum SOC.INT.AA (U224A05)

Triton’s students represent a great variety of ethnic backgrounds. This mix reflects the national population and the interests, concerns and needs of such a population reflect, in turn, those of the nation in our increasing involvements with the international community.

Courses in Intercultural Studies are designed to promote the understanding of such issues as they relate both to our own communities and to international interests.

Recommended courses:

 

ART 210

Afro-American Art

3

 

GEO 104

Contemporary World Culture

3

 

HIS 141

World History I

3

 

HIS 142

World History II

3

 

HIS 155

History of the Afro-American in the United States

3

 

HIS 156

African History

3

 

HIS 192

History of Asia and the Pacific II

3

 

HUM 165

Introduction to the Latin American Experience

3

 

PHL 104

Social and Political Philosophy

3

 

PHL 105

World Religions

3

 

PSC 184

Global Politics

3

 

PSY 210

Introduction to Social Psychology

3

 

SOC 131

Social Problems

3

 

SOC 225

Racial and Cultural Minorities

3

(Select courses that meet the BA requirements of your transfer college.)

 

General education requirements: AA degree

37-41

 

Intercultural Studies courses or other electives for AA degree

23-27

Recommended electives include courses in the Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science, Economics, Political Science, Foreign Language and Literature.

Chairperson: Bill Decker, Ext. 3509