East Meets West16 hours (1 in fall, 12 in spring, 3 in Mayterm)
Program Director: Meic Pearse
This course of study in the fall and spring semesters, and Mayterm, focuses on the relationship between the “East” (Eastern Europe), the “Middle East,” and the “West”. Students take a total of 13 hours on campus (leaving room in their schedule for one other non-honors course), and three hours during Mayterm in Eastern Europe. The course is co-taught by a church historian (Dr. Pearse), a political scientist, and a member of the English faculty. Meets IS requirements in Faith Foundation: Theology, Culture: History, Culture: Literature, Community: Political Science, as well as the Writing Competency.
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