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Globally Intensive CoursesNorth Carolina Scholar of Global Distinction Program

Global Distinction Program

College of The Albemarle (COA) students must complete at least 15 credit hours of globally intensive courses for the North Carolina Scholar of Global Distinction Program.

Globally Intensive Courses

Note: COA will continue to work to expand approved courses to increase opportunities for participation by students across all programs of study.

  • ACC 270 – International Accounting
  • ECO 251 – Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 252 – Principles of Macroeconomics
  • INT 110 – International Business
  • INT 210 – International Trade
  • INT 220 – International Economics
  • INT 230 – International Law
  • LOG 120 – Global Logistics
  • AGR 139 – Sustainable Agriculture
  • AGR 110 – Agricultural Economics
  • AGR 214 – Agricultural Marketing
  • CUL 170 – Garde Manger I
  • CUL 230 – Global Cuisines
  • NUR 212 – Health Systems Concepts
  • ART 111 – Art Appreciation
  • ART 114 – Art History Survey I
  • ART 115 – Art History Survey II
  • COM 120 – Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 231 – Public Speaking, beginning spring 2020
  • DRA 111 – Theatre Appreciation
  • DRA 211 – Theatre History I
  • DRA 212 – Theatre History II
  • HUM 115 – Critical Thinking
  • HUM 211 – Humanities I
  • HUM 212 – Humanities II
  • MUS 110 – Music Appreciation
  • MUS 112 – Introduction to Jazz
  • MUS 151 – Class Music I
  • REL 110 – World Religions
  • ENG 111 – Writing and Inquiry, beginning fall 2018
  • ENG 112 – Writing/Research in the Disciplines, spring 2019 sections VCG and VCP, all sections beginning fall 2019
  • ENG 241 – British Literature I
  • ENG 242 – British Literature II
  • ENG 261 – World Literature I
  • ENG 262 – World Literature II
  • FRE 111 – Elementary French I
  • FRE 112 – Elementary French II
  • SPA 111 – Elementary Spanish I
  • SPA 112 – Elementary Spanish II
  • SPA 161 – Cultural Immersion
  • SPA 211 – Intermediate Spanish I
  • MAT 143 – Quantitative Literacy, beginning fall 2018
  • ANT 210 – General Anthropology
  • GEO 111 – World Regional Geography
  • GEO 112 – Cultural Geography
  • HIS 111 – World Civilizations I
  • HIS 112 – World Civilizations II
  • HIS 131 – American History I
  • HIS 132 – American History II
  • SOC 225 – Social Diversity

Contact

  • Roughton, Dr. Dean

  • Vice President, Institutional Research, Planning, Effectiveness and Technology

  • COA – Elizabeth City: A 103

  • 252-335-0821 ext. 2306