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To understand how the human species has developed socially, politically and culturally is to understand the complexity of what it means to be human. The courses suggested here demonstrate different paths societies have taken, and various cultural forms and social institutions that have laid the foundation for contemporary societies.

Offerings

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 100 Invitation to Anthropology
ANTH 101 Human Origins
ANTH 102 Intro to Social and Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 111 First Nations in B.C. - Traditional Culture
ANTH 130 Anthropology of World Religions
BIO 105 Human Biology
BIO 106 Ecology From an Urban Perspective
CMNS 155* Intro to Workplace and Academic Communication
CMNS 180 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
ENGL 105* Academic Writing
ENGL 109 Introduction to the English Language
GEOG 140 Human Geography
HIST 103 Sto:lo History
HIST 108 The Birth of Europe: Antiquity to 14th Century
HIST 115 Traditional East Asian Civilizations
LIBT 200 Information and Society
MACS 210 History of Communication
PHIL 120 Knowledge & Reality 


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