Apr 04, 2020  
2019-2020 University Catalog 
    
2019-2020 University Catalog
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CORE 103 - Human Behavior in Perspective


Prerequisites: None
A study of the individual in society, this course draws from disciplines such as psychology, sociology, and anthropology in order to demonstrate the idea that multiple perspectives and frames of reference broaden our understanding of specific behaviors. A focus on cultural diversity will be a central feature throughout the course. The course also proposes a model for critical thinking about human behavior in general. Students explore the limitations of a single point of view and the benefits of information derived from multiple vantages as they consider key existential questions: Who am I? What can I know? And, based on what I know, how should I act?

3 credits
Fall, Spring



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