Bachelor of Arts Supplement
- Knowledge of a modern language demonstrated by completing two courses (for beginning language instruction, 4 credits per course, otherwise 3 credits per course), consistent with the student's score on the Foreign Language Placement Test (FLPT), taught in the target language by the Department of Modern Languages.
- The FLPT is used for placement into Norwich language courses only. No credit is awarded based on the student's score on this test.
- Modern Language coursework transferred from an accredited institution may be substituted for Norwich courses, to satisfy this requirement.
- A minimum of two 3-credit Intercultural Knowledge and Competence courses. The courses meeting this requirement emphasize a comparative approach that involves multiple perspectives regarding one or more cultural differences (ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexuality, disability studies, etc.) within the United States or across multiple societies.
- Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from OUTSIDE the major program, meaning the course must have a subject different from the courses in the student's designated primary major program.
|Intercultural Knowledge and Competence Courses:|
|Comparative Criminal Justice Systems||3|
CN (Chinese courses 205 or higher)
|Advanced Academic English I||3|
|Advanced Academic English II||3|
|Introduction to World Literatures||3|
|Survey of British Literature II||3|
|Survey of American Literature I||3|
|Survey of American Literature II||3|
|Introduction to Theater||3|
|Topics in World Literatures||3|
|History of the English Language||3|
FR (French courses 205 or higher)
GR (German courses 205 or higher)
|The History of Civilization I||3|
|The History of Civilization II||3|
|Ancient Greece and Rome||3|
|The Middle Ages: Europe 500 - 1500||3|
|Early East Asian Civilizations||3|
|Modern East Asian Civilizations||3|
|History of the Middle East||3|
|Survey of Sub-Sahara Africa||3|
ML (Modern Language 200 or higher)
|Think! Intro to Philosophy||3|
|PH 218 Global History of Philosophy|
SP (Spanish courses 205 or higher)
|Racial and Cultural Minorities||3|
|Topics in Sociology||3|