The major in the Department of Global Culture Studies is designed around four curricular goals.
The Student Learning Outcomes of the Global Cultural Studies Department Include
- Expand intercultural competence through multiple learning approaches, including language training, literary analysis, and social-science research.
- Explain complex social relations with regard to factors such as gender, equality, race, nationality, socioeconomic status, religion, age and more, between and among peoples from diverse parts of the world.
- Critically evaluate texts in a broad sense, such as artistic verbal, written, and visual texts, academic publications, and news sources.
- Understand contemporary issues and power dynamics among diverse people, such as issues related to cultural representation and appropriation, intellectual property, reparations, migration, repatriation, and more.