Elective Internationalized Courses

LCCC Elective Internationalized Courses

 URBS 152    Contemporary Urban Studies
 ENGL 291  Introduction to Postcolonial Literature
 ALHN 122/
 SRGT 221
 Health Care in Developing Nations 
 CHNS 151   Elementary Chinese I
 THTR 184  Multicultural Performance Studies

The following courses will only have certain designated sections that contain a global component. Students are advised to consult the LCCC website or division representative before enrolling.

TCMN 151   Introduction to Mass Media
 ENGL 161  College Composition I (required)
 ENGL 162  College Composition II (required) 
 HUM 271  Introduction to Mythology
 ARTS 277  Typography
 THTR 151  Introduction to Theatre
 CMMC 151  Oral Communication
 ENGL 267  Children's Literature
 ENGL 255  Introduction to Fiction
 NURS 115  Basic Nursing Concepts
 SOCY 265  Death and Dying
 SOWK 252  Human Behavior in the Social Environment
 ACTG 152  Accounting Principles II
 MKRG 251  Principles of Marketing
 ECED 162  Social Studies for Young Children

 

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