Global/World Society (GG)
Requirement: One 3-credit hour course.
GenEd Global/World Society courses explore societies and cultures outside of the United States. These courses take one of two approaches. Some concentrate on a single nation or region, examining in depth its political, social, historical, cultural, artistic, literary, geographic, and/or economic landscape. Others investigate globalization and its effects across nations and regions.
Global/World Society courses are intended to teach students how to:
- Understand the influences (e.g. political, social, historical, cultural, artistic, literary, geographic, economic) on world societies or processes (e.g. globalization) linking world societies;
- Access and analyze materials related to world societies and cultures;
- Develop observations and conclusions about selected themes in world societies and cultures;
- Construct interpretations using evidence and critical analysis; and
- Communicate and defend interpretations.
Global/World Society Courses
Below, you will find a list of GenEd courses in this area.
Please be advised that GenEd offerings vary from semester to semester and that all GenEd courses will not be offered every semester. For the most current list of GenEd offerings, please consult the Class Schedule.
In addition, a single GenEd course may be offered by more than one department. GenEd courses offered by more than one department will have the same course number and the same course title. A student may not take the same course from multiple departments and earn credit toward graduation. However, if a student wishes to replace their grade in a GenEd course, they may replace the grade with any course bearing the same course number and the same course title regardless of department.
- Advertising and Globalization ADV 0853
- Border Crossings: Gendered Dimensions of Globalization GSWS 0801
- Confronting Empire: Voices of Resistance HIST 0874
- Development and Globalization ASST 0862, GUS 0862, HIST 0862, POLS 0862, SOC 0862
- Education for Liberation Here and Abroad URBE 0855
- Evolution of Culture ANTH 0856
- Gender and World Societies GSWS 0824, HIST 0824
- Global Cities GUS 0831
- Global Slavery HIST 0861
- Imaginary Cities FMA 0869
- Latin American Media MSP 0823
- Latino Immigration LAS 0854, SPAN 0854
- Philadelphia Dance Experience DANC 0827
- Religion in the World ASST 0863, REL 0863
- The Detective Novel CRIT 0857, ENG 0857
- The Global Crisis: Power, Politics and the Making of Our Times HIST 0865
- Turning Points in Human History: The Modern World HIST 0872
- War and Peace HIST 0864, POLS 0864
- World Affairs POLS 0866
- World Performances THTR 0852
- World Regions and Cultures: Diversity and Interconnections ANTH 0867, GUS 0867
- World Society in Literature & Film ARBC 0868, ASST 0868, CHI 0868, ENG 0868, FREN 0868, GER 0868, JPNS 0868, LAS 0868, POLS 0868, RUS 0868, SPAN 0868
- Honors Global Slavery HIST 0961
- Honors Imaginary Cities FMA 0969
- Honors World Society in Literature & Film SPAN 0968
The Global/World Society requirement may be waived if any of the following guidelines have been met:
- a student enrolled at any Temple campus successfully completes (with a C- or better) credit-bearing coursework worth at least three semester hours in an approved summer or semester study abroad program with a minimum stay abroad of 28 days.
- a student who has participated in a credit-bearing study abroad program with a minimum stay abroad of 28 days before matriculation to Temple provides a transcript with evidence of transferrable college-level credit (with a C- or better).
- a student enrolled at Temple Japan successfully completes (with a C- or better) credit-bearing coursework worth at least three semester hours at a Temple U.S. campus with a minimum stay abroad of 28 days.
- a student enrolled at any campus provides a transcript with an international study abroad experience in which at least three semester hours of coursework (with a C- or better) transferred to Temple.
- a U.S. campus admit is a Foreign National student whose permanent residence at the point of admission is outside of U.S. boundaries.
- a Japan campus admit is a Foreign National student whose permanent residence at the point of admission is outside of Japanese boundaries.
- a Temple Rome Entry Year student enrolls at Temple Japan or a Temple U.S. campus after having successfully completed (with a C- or better) credit-bearing coursework at Temple Rome worth at least three semester hours with a minimum stay abroad of 28 days.
- a student successfully completes (with a C- or better) the Latin American Studies Semester (LASS).
Consult an academic advisor for details.