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            Please note, as of Fall 2019, the new Global Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (GLACC) has replaced this system of general education requirements. Read more about GLACC.

            AUP’s prior general education program requirements included five components of study: Mapping the World, Modeling the World, Comparing the World, Speaking the World, and FirstBridge.

            Mapping the World

            At AUP, courses in Mapping the World correspond to the social sciences and help students understand how human experience has been organized in and across time and space—and how various forms of social experience emerged spatially and historically around the globe. 

            Courses that fulfill the Mapping the World requirement are numerous and varied—everything from social anthropology to social robotics, intercultural communication to contemporary feminist theory. Just as cartography is the study of making maps, study in the social sciences helps you explore social experience and organization—and “map” the human world.

            Requirements: 

            • Four credits (one course) from the Mapping the World rubric 

            • Four credits (one course) from the Comparing Worlds rubric 

            • Four credits (one course) from either 

             

            COURSES

            AN1002 Socio-cultural Anthropology

            AN3061 Anthropology Of Cities

            AR1010 Visual And Environmental Studio

            BA北京福彩网 Management & Organizational Behavior

            CL1025 The World, The Text, & The Critic I

            CL2006 Contemporary Feminist Theory

            CL2010 Paris Through Its Books

            CM2006 Media Globalization

            CM3004 Communicating Fashion

            CS1040 Intro To Computer Programming I

            CS北京福彩网 Computer Games Design

            CS2021 Social Robotics

            CS3068 Database Applications

            EC2010 Principles Of Microeconomics

            EC北京福彩网 Principles Of Macroeconomics

            EC2010 Principles Of Microeconomics

            ES3061 Anthropology Of Cities

            FM2075 Intro To History Of Narrative Film I

            FM2076 Intro To History Of Narrative Film II

            FR2060 Intro To Linguistics / À La Linguistique

            GS2006 Contemporary Feminist Theory

            GS2010 Psychology & Gender

            GS2016 Gender And Sexuality: Global Perspectives

            GS3004 Communicating Fashion

            GS3014 Art, Cult., & Gender In Ital. Renaissance

            HI1002 History Of Western Civ. From 1500

            HI1003 The Contemporary World

            HI1005 World History Up To 1500

            HI1013 The City In World History

            HI1091 Topics In History

            HI2010 Early Islamic History

            HI北京福彩网 The Historical Foundations Of Law

            HI2030 Intro. To History, Law & Society

            IDISC1091 Interdisciplinary Topics

            LI1000 Language Acq And Soc Policy

            LI1000 Language Acq And Soc Policy

            LW北京福彩网 The Historical Foundations Of Law

            LW2030 Intro. To History, Law & Society

            PL2003 Political Philosophy

            PL2071 Critique Of Political Economy

            PL2072 Freud & Nietzsche

            PL3007 Concepts In Relativity And Quantum Theories

            PO1011 Foundations Of Modern Politics

            PO1091 Topics In Politics

            PO2003 Political Philosophy

            PO2012 Intro To Polit'l Geography & Geopolitics

            PY1000 Intro To Psychology

            PY2010 Psychology & Gender

            PY2021 Psychoanalytic Theories Of Personality

            PY2046 Cultural Psychology

            PY3067 Social Memory

            PY3068 The Autobiographical Process

            VC3014 Art, Cult., & Gender In Ital. Renaissance

            Modeling the World

            Science, math and quantitative reasoning are essential to a 21st-century education. Analyzing data, understanding the scientific method, learning to differentiate between pattern and anecdote—these are all important problem-solving skills that can be applied in a variety of contexts. 

            Modeling the World is our general education requirement that invites you into the world of mathematical and scientific investigation and will help shape the way you think about framing questions and finding solutions to contemporary problems. 

             

            REQUIREMENTS 

            • Four credits (one course) in the natural or physical sciences with laboratory 
            • Four credits (one course) in mathematics 

             

            PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR SCIENCE 

            • One science course with laboratory (4 credits) will satisfy this requirement. 
            • For transfer students, any university-level science course will be accepted in fulfillment of the general education science requirement. Advanced credit awards in science will also satisfy this requirement. 

             

            PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR MATH 

            • All first-year students take the AUP math placement exam during orientation of their first semester
            • Students who are able to demonstrate mastery of basic math and quantitative reasoning skills on the assessment test may be exempted from this requirement. 
            • If not exempted, students can complete any math course other than algebra at AUP to fulfill the requirement. 
            • Transfer students who have been awarded sufficient transfer credits for university-level math courses other than algebra will be exempted from the general education math requirement. Advanced credit awards in mathematics will also satisfy this requirement. 
            Comparing Worlds

            PLEASE NOTE, FROM FALL 2019 WE WILL BE LAUNCHING OUR NEW GLOBAL LIBERAL ARTS CORE CURRICULUM (GLACC), REPLACING THIS SYSTEM OF GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS. READ MORE ABOUT GLACC.

             

            The ability to make comparisons across cultures and time periods is a critical interpretive skill for citizens of the twenty-first century. It helps us articulate similarities and differences and gives us insight into how people think and live—with all the moral, ethical, and ideological forces at play. 

            The courses encourage you to compare worlds past and present in an effort to promote historical and cross-cultural understanding. The humanities—be it history, literature, philosophy, languages, religion, or art—help us to make sense of the world. As the root of the very word suggests, the humanities explore what it means to be human. 

            Requirements: 

            • Four credits (one course) from the Mapping the World rubric 

            • Four credits (one course) from the Comparing Worlds rubric 

            • Four credits (one course) from either 

             

            COURSES

            AH1000 Intro To Western Art I

            AH1003 Intro To Art Through Paris Museums

            AH1020 Intro To Western Art II

            AH2000 Paris Through Its Architecture I

            AH2011 Ancient Art & Architecture

            AH2012 Medieval Art & Architecture

            AH2013 Renaissance Art & Architecture

            AH2014 Baroque & Rococo Art & Architecture

            AH2016 19th & 20th Cent. Art & Architecture

            AH3074 Philosophy Of Aesthetics

            CL1025 The World, The Text, & The Critic I

            CL1050 The World, The Text, And The Critic II

            CL1091 Freshmen Topics

            CL2010 Paris Through Its Books

            CL2051 English Literature Before 1800

            CL2052 English Literature Since 1800

            CL2054 Modern Latin American & Spanish Lit.

            CL2059 Tales From Europe Central

            CL2094 French Fiction Now: Traduire Le Roman Francais Contemp.

            CL3017 Greek & Roman Key Texts

            CL3025 Dante & Medieval Culture

            CL3035 Contemporary World Literature

            CL3043 Paris Attraction: Modernist Experiments In Migration

            CL3050 Intermediate Latin II

            CL3063 Kafka And World Literature

            CL3070 Intermediate Ancient Greek II

            CL4050 Advanced Study In Latin

            CL4070 Advanced Study In Ancient Greek

            CM2004 Comparative Communications History

            EN2051 English Literature Before 1800

            EN2052 English Literature Since 1800

            ES1010 The Modern City

            ES2010 Early Islamic History

            ES3002 Berlin From Allied Occupation To Capital

            ES3017 The Islamic City

            ES3025 Dante & Medieval Culture

            ES3043 Paris Attraction: Modernist Experiments In Migration

            FM1010 Films & Their Meanings

            FM2075 Intro To History Of Narrative Film I

            FM2090 Film Noir

            FM3076 Arab Cinema

            FM3087 Paris Cinema

            FR2094 French Fiction Now: Traduire Le Roman Francais Contemp.

            FR3087 Paris Cinema

            FR3090 Topics In French And Another Discipline

            FR3091 Topics

            GK1005 Elementary Ancient Greek I

            GK4070 Advanced Study In Ancient Greek

            GS2016 Gender And Sexuality: Global Perspectives

            GS3014 Art, Cult., & Gender In Ital. Renaissance

            HI1000 Englishbridge: Los Angeles 1900-1950

            HI1013 The City In World History

            HI2010 Early Islamic History

            HI北京福彩网 The Historical Foundations Of Law

            HI3002 Berlin From Allied Occupation To Capital

            HI3017 The Islamic City

            HI3090 Topics In History (sorbonne)

            IDISC1091 Interdisciplinary Topics

            LI1000 Language Acq And Soc Policy

            LT1001 Elementary Latin I

            LT4050 Advanced Study In Latin

            PL1000 Belief, Knowledge, Facts

            PL1100 History Of Philosophy I: Ancient & Medieval

            PL1200 History Of Philosophy II

            PL2003 Political Philosophy

            PL2071 Critique Of Political Economy

            PL2072 Freud & Nietzsche

            PL3007 Concepts In Relativity And Quantum Theories

            PL3017 Greek & Roman Key Texts

            PL3074 Philosophy Of Aesthetics

            PO2003 Political Philosophy

            PY3067 Social Memory

            VC1091 Topics:visual Culture

            VC3014 Art, Cult., & Gender In Ital. Renaissance

            Speaking the World

            Eight credits earned in two consecutive courses: 

            • EN1010 College Writing
            • EN北京福彩网 Writing & Criticism

             

            Demonstrated intermediate French language proficiency; French language courses through Elementary French Language and Culture:

            • FR1200 French And Culture II
            FirstBridge (Freshmen only)