Liberal Arts (LIBA prefix)
The following numbered courses in the liberal arts do not have departmental affiliation.
- LIBA 290 and 490 are for the use of students transferring credit from courses taken at Harlaxton College while studying in England.
- LIBA 497 is used by seniors majoring in Liberal Arts disciplines (except those whose majors involve secondary education) to fulfill the Synthesis category of the University Core Curriculum. Several sections, with differing topics taught by instructors selected from throughout the school, will be offered each semester.
Following certain course descriptions are the designations: F, Sp, Su. These indicate the semesters fall, spring, summer in which the course is normally offered and are intended as an aid to students planning their programs of study.
LIBA 290: Special Topics in Liberal Arts (3-6) A course designed for introductory-level interdisciplinary special topics in the liberal arts. May be repeated for different topics. No prereq. F, Sp, Su
LIBA 490: Advanced Special Topics in Liberal Arts (3-6) A course designed for advanced-level interdisciplinary special topics in the liberal arts. May be repeated for different topics. Prereq: junior standing or consent of instructor. F, Sp, Su
LIBA 497: Capstone Studies (3) A senior-level seminar designed for the Synthesis category of the University Core Curriculum. Topics will change from semester to semester, but each offering will encourage students to draw on their educational experiences to develop interdisciplinary responses to a problem or issue in contemporary life. Open to students of any major or school. Prereq: senior standing or consent of instructor. F, Sp, Su