UGB 05 -06 Banner

CORE CURRICULUM introduction

General Description
Core Transfer Programs

CORE AREAS

Library Skills Workbook
Composition/Writing
Intellectual Heritage
American Culture
The Arts
The Individual and Society
Intl. Studies/Language
Quantitative Reasoning
Science/Technology
Studies In Race
Writing- Intensive Courses

other useful links

Temple Policies
University Core
Course Descriptions
Class Schedule
OWLnet
Admissions Application
Student Life
TUportal
Temple Bulletins
PDF Version
  Academic Programs / University Core

Individual and Society

Core Individual and Society courses involve the study of contemporary society. Topics include political and economic organizations, social development, problems faced by minority groups, relationships between individuals, and the rights and responsibilities that accompany membership in a community.

Requirement: One three-credit course from this list.

Note: Core courses no longer offered by departments have been removed from this list, but students who took them will receive Core credit, as indicated in their DARS document. Questions about the past, present, or future Core status of a course can be answered by the Core and Transfer Office

 
Copyright 2005, Temple University. All rights reserved
Site developed by Temple University, Computer Services