Oct 16, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Course Lists by Special Designations

 

Great Books

  
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    GRBK 2000 - Introduction to the Great Books


    3 F-OY GE:HU

    May be repeated once with a change of topic for a maximum of 6 s.h. Moderated discussion featuring close reading of fundamental works of humanities, arts, and sciences. Students make reasoned arguments in class discussions. Content varies by semester’s topic, but typically includes selections from thinkers across the ages whose writings have shaped modern thought.
  
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    GRBK 2010 - Great Books of Modern China


    3 WI GE:HU Same as ASIA 2010  

    P: ENGL 1200  or ENGL 2201 . Guided discussion emphasizing close reading and reasoned argument by students on great works of modern Chinese literature in relation to history, philosophy and political thought.
  
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    GRBK 2400 - Great Books of the Middle Ages and Renaissance


    3 WI S-EY GE:HU

    Guided discussion emphasizing close reading and reasoned argument by students on some of the great ideas of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
  
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    GRBK 2500 - Great Books of the Enlightenment


    3 WI S-OY GE:HU

    Guided discussion emphasizing close reading and reasoned argument by students on some of the great ideas of the Enlightenment.
  
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    GRBK 2600 - Great Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries


    3 WI F-EY GE:HU

    Guided discussion emphasizing close reading and reasoned argument by students on some of the great ideas of the 19th and 20th centuries.
  
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    GRBK 3001 - Great Books of Science


    3 GE:HU

    May be repeated once with a change of topic for a maximum of 6 s.h. Founding texts of the origins, development, and implications of science and scientific thought from the Greeks to the present.
  
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    GRBK 4000 - Seminar in the Great Books


    3 S GE:HU

    May be repeated once with a change of topic for a maximum of 6 s.h. P: GRBK 2000  or consent of instructor. Seminar featuring close reading of fundamental works of humanities, arts, and sciences. Students will make reasoned arguments in class discussions. Content will typically include selections from thinkers across the ages whose writings have shaped modern thought.
  
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    GRBK 4999 - Thesis in the Great Books


    3 WI F,S GE:HU

    May include supervised readings as appropriate to topic and student. Capstone experience supervised by faculty mentor. Paper or idea from earlier course work developed into complete thesis.