Renowned for producing some of the best students in the whole of America, Florida Atlantic University pride itself for excellence and as a student, you must always strive to make sure to keep the faith the school as in you. During your undergraduate, you can enjoy a smooth transition from one year to another with these easy classes.
1. ANT 2000 – Introduction to Anthropology
Anthropology encompasses the study of the prehistoric, historic and contemporary development of humans as both social and biological creatures. This course explores the roots of humanity in the fossil and archaeological record and examines both the great diversity and the similarities among contemporary cultural groups.
2. LAS 2000 – Introduction to Caribbean and Latin American Studies
This course is a required introductory course for the Caribbean and Latin American Studies Certificate and is designed to provide students with an understanding of the history, literature and culture of the Latin American region. While drawing on examples from specific Latin American nations, the course is broadly comparative, considering a number of substantive themes as they apply to the entire region and as they are related to world powers, multinational actors and global economic structures.
3. AMH 3420 – History of Florida
A study of the history of the state from the time of the Spanish conquest to the present day.
4. LAH 4470 – History of the Caribbean
The study of the historical development of the Caribbean-Gulf of Mexico cultural area from earliest times to the present. Emphasis is on Hispanic legacy and the region’s strategic importance since the 18th century.
5. PHH 3100 – Ancient Philosophy
Major philosophers and movements from the pre-Socratics to Augustine, with primary attention to Plato, Aristotle and Augustine.
6. SYO 3530 – Class, Status, and Power
A comparative analysis of the causes and consequences of social inequality. Concentration on the individual and societal effects of differential access to power and privilege in plural societies.
7. WST 2010 – Introduction to Women’s Studies
Multidisciplinary study of the heritage of women and the nature of gender-related problems in contemporary societies, stressing cultural images of women, socialization by gender, women’s history, feminist methods of analysis.
8. MUC 2211 – Music Composition Class
Class instruction in music composition. This classes could be repeated for credit for a max of 16 credits. If you have a background in music, this class will be extremely easy for you.
9. ARH 4957 – Art History Study Abroad
Credit for enrollment in approved study abroad programs.
10. WST 2010 – Introduction to Women’s Studies
Multidisciplinary study of the heritage of women and the nature of gender-related problems in contemporary societies, stressing cultural images of women, socialization by gender, women’s history, feminist methods of analysis. This class could be taken as an online class as well.