General Education

Capstone Courses: LEH 300/301

  • LEH300:The Humanities and the Sciences
  • LEH301:The American Experience
Courses and Descriptions
Fall 2012 Descriptions of Sections (by course and by instructor) [PDF]
Spring 2012 Descriptions of Sections (by course and by instructor) [PDF]
Winter 2012 Descriptions of Sections (by course and by instructor) [PDF]
Spring 2011 Descriptions of Sections (by course and by instructor) [PDF]
Fall 2009 Descriptions of Sections (by course and by instructor) [PDF]
Summer 2009 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions [PDF]
Spring 2009 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions [PDF]
Fall 2008 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions [PDF]
Summer 2008 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions
Spring 2008 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions
Fall 2007 Schedule: Sections and Descriptions
Sample Syllabi 2006-2007
  • LEH300 and LEH301 are required of all students as the final General Education courses to be taken in the junior or senior year.
    Sections of LEH300 and LEH301 are devoted to a variety of topics, which change from semester to semester. The sections are multi-disciplinary, which means that they examine topics from the perspective of at least three different disciplines.
  • The General Education requirement is to take one section of LEH300 and one section of LEH301. Students MUST take ONE SECTION EACH. More may be taken, but sections of LEH300 cannot be substituted for LEH301 or vice versa.
  • LEH300 sections include topics in any disciplines of the humanities and the sciences.
    LEH301 sections include topics which examine what it means to be American.

    The PREREQUISITE for LEH300 and LEH301 is 60 credits. 

    No permission is required to register for LEH300 or LEH301.  These courses may be taken more than once for elective credit.

Last modified: Jun 18, 2012

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