2021-2022 Spring Edition 
    Apr 18, 2024  
2021-2022 Spring Edition [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


0 Unit 2 hours lecture
Designed for the older adult, this survey course introduces students to works of prose, essays, poetry, drama, fiction, and non-fiction to encourage the study, interpretation, and articulation of the common human experience found within world literature. Selected works will be chosen from varying cultures and languages. Topics covered may include: religious history, social justice, colonization, cultural identity, identity development, alienation, gender roles, race, family life, and social class. Older adult students will analyze selected literary works and compare and contrast cultural, political, philosophical, and humanistic themes in order to promote active citizenship and individual responsibility in a global context. Primarily for the older adult. (formerly ENG 30X).
Grading Method: NC - Noncredit