MU ALERT ISSUED

Global Perspective Courses

Among the fundamental competencies promoted by the core, major courses, and other university requirements is that of a Global Perspective. Marymount undergraduates are required to complete at least one of the following “Global Perspective (GP)” designated courses, study abroad, or a foreign language course before they graduate.

Global Perspective (GP Designation) Courses

  • AA 405 Fashion in the Global Marketplace
  • AA 410 Clothing Selection and Behavior
  • BIO 127 Introduction to Marine Biology and Tropical Ecology
  • BIO 327 Introduction to Marine Biology and Tropical Ecology
  • ECO 485 International Economics
  • EN 201 World Literature: The Ancient World
  • EN 202 World Literature: The Middle Ages
  • EN 203 World Literature: Renaissance through Enlightenment
  • EN 204 World Literature: Romanticism through Post-Modernism
  • EN 207 Theater History
  • EN 230 American Multicultural Literature
  • FA 110 Cross-Cultural Visual Thinking
  • FA 201 Introduction to Art History I
  • FA 202 Introduction to Art History II
  • FA 305 Pre-Classical Art
  • FA 315 Classical Art
  • FA 325 Medieval Art
  • FA 345 Renaissance Art
  • FA 365 Baroque Art
  • FA 370 19th-Century Art
  • FA 380 Modern Art
  • FIN 485 International Finance
  • FR 101 Introductory French I
  • FR 102 Introductory French II
  • GER 101 Introductory German I
  • GER 102 Introductory German II
  • HI 203 Western Civilization I
  • HI 204 Western Civilization II
  • HI 210 History of the United States to 1877
  • HI 211 History of the United States since 1877
  • HI 310 Modern European History: 1815-1914
  • HI 311 Modern European History: 1914 to the Present
  • HI 350 Modern United States History
  • HPR 308 Transcultural Concepts in Health and Illness
  • IT 110 Information Technology in the Global Age
  • MGT 385 International Business
  • MGT 485 International Management
  • MKT 485 International Marketing
  • NU 304 Transcultural Concepts in Health and Illness
  • POL 102 International Relations
  • POL 103 Comparative Politics
  • POL 104 American Government
  • POL 355 Advanced International Relations Theory
  • POL 360 Strategy and Power in World Politics
  • POL 380 Politics of Latin America
  • POL 386 Politics of East Asia
  • PSY 230 Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 325 Cultural Psychology
  • SOC 131 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 203 The Global Village
  • SOC 204 Engaging Diversity
  • SOC 261 Through the Sociological Lens I
  • SOC 361 Through the Sociological Lens II 
  • SOC 365 Gender Inequality in Global Perspective
  • SOC 375 Topics in Human Rights
  • SOC 385 Global Inequality and Community Development
  • SP 101 Introductory Spanish I
  • SP 102 Introductory Spanish II
  • TRS 325 Religious Approaches to Death
  • TRS 340 Judaism in Thought and Practice
  • TRS 345 Buddhist Traditions
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