- A Saint Mary’s student analyzes in depth historical developments of a particular aspect or issue in human culture, and/or its contemporary impact.
- A Saint Mary’s student articulates the ways in which this development is affected by cultural factors such as gender, religion, values, and privilege.
NOTE: The Sophia Program represents a dynamic curriculum with regular changes and new courses certified for particular learning outcomes. The following lists of Sophia Program course certifications are accurate at the time of publication. Not all sections of all courses have been certified for the Sophia Program. The class schedule search feature in PRISM, as well as the current schedule pdf, provides section-level certification details.
Achieve Histories Learning Outcomes through one of the following:
|ART 241||Art History Survey I||3 hours|
|ART 242||Art History Survey II||3 hours|
|ART 251RM||Italian Art History I||3 hours|
|ART 252RM||Italian Art History II||3 hours|
|ENLT 266||Film Crticism||3 hours|
|ENLT 304||History of the English Language||3 hours|
|ENVS 161||Introduction to Environmental Studies||3 hours|
|GWS 207||Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies||3 hours|
|GWS 220||Introduction to LGBTQ Studies||3 hours|
|HIST 324||U.S. Women's History||3 hours|
|HIST 413||Studies in Women's History: Women in Revolutions||3 hours|
|HUST 197||Myth, Legend, History||3 hours|
|HUST 212||High Society||3 hours|
|ICS 201||Introduction to Intercultural Studies||3 hours|
|MLIT 360||Italian Cultural Studies||3 hours|
|MUS 241||Music Appreciation||3 hours|
|MUS 242||American Popular Music||3 hours|
|MUS 271||Music History I||3 hours|
|THTR 280||Costume and Fashion History||3 hours|