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PHILT 190 - Literary And Intellectual Traditions

Description
Explores, in an interdisciplinary way, one of the great humanistic traditions of inquiry regarding one of the following themes: ideas of self, ideas of truth, ideas of beauty, ideas of community, ideas of nature, ideas of conflict. Writing-intensive, discussion-focused. Class Notes: This course has been approved to enforce the IU South Bend Attendance and Course Commitment Policy and the full text of this policy is available at: https://students.iusb.edu/registrar/policies/attendance.html Campuswide Gen Ed Common Core: Literary and Intellectual Traditions This First-Year Seminar class is intended for Freshmen who have completed 29 or fewer credit hours. Enrollment Requirements: Open only to Freshman students (29 or fewer credit hours).
Credits
3
Attributes
First Year Seminar Class Common Core-Literary and Intellectual Traditions
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1