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Are you planning to travel or work outside Canada? Are you happy living in Canada and letting the world come to you? Either way, you are a global citizen - part of the future of the whole world. Prepare for your future in a connected world. Learn new languages and understand different world-views. Learn how to communicate across differences in language and culture. Explore the ethical issues of dealing with different expectations. See how art reveals culture in more depth. Discover how the world itself shapes human societies through their environments


AH 100 History of Art and Culture in a Global Context
AH 101 History of Western Art to 1400
AH 102 History of Western Art 1400 to Present
ANTH 102 Introduction to Social & Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 130 Anthropology of World Religions 
BIO 106 Ecology From an Urban Perspective
CMNS 155* Intro to Workplace/Academic Communication
CMNS 180 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
CMNS 235 Oral Communication
CRIM 214 Selected Topics in Crime & Criminal Justice 
ENGL 105* Academic Writing
FILM 110 Intro to Cinema
FILM 120 History & Aesthetics of World Cinema
FREN 100 Introduction to French 
GEOG 140 Human Geography
GEOG 240 World Regional Geography
HIST 210 European History since 1914
HIST 235 Late Imperial and Modern China  
HIST 262 Latin American History: National Experience
HIST 265 India and the Indo-Pacific World
LAS 100 Images of Latin American
LAS 200 Social Issues in Latin American
LAS 206 Politics of Art in Latin America
LING 101 Introduction to Linguistics 
JAPN 101 Japanese Language I
MACS 130 Mass Communications in Canada
MAND 101 Introduction to Mandarin I
MUSC 101 Listening to Music
MUSC 150 Intro to Music History - Music of the 20th Century
PHIL 110 Morality & Politics
POSC 100 Introduction to Politics
POSC 120 Ideology & Politics
PUNJ 101 Introduction to Punjabi I
RUSS 101 Russian language I
SOC 101 Introductory Sociology
SPAN 101 Spanish Language I

* Communications 155 and English 105 do require a C+ in English 12. There are other alternatives; please check UFV’s English language policy.

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