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A Marymount education reflects the mission of Marymount University and fulfills its Catholic identity and the heritage of its founders, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. The university fosters intellectual, spiritual, and moral growth through study, reflection, and application of knowledge. Marymount undergraduates prepare for the challenges of the 21st century as they develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to succeed, adapt to change, and contribute to society.
 
By completing requirements of the Liberal Arts Core, academic majors and minors, and University Requirements that are integrated within the core and majors, Marymount students become rigorous, reflective thinkers and practitioners. They are lifelong learners who value and respect the importance of knowledge as they integrate and apply it. Through this integrated learning experience, Marymount students gain intellectual and practical skills as well as knowledge of human cultures and the world around them. At the same time, they cultivate their sense of personal and social responsibility by examining their own lives.  
 
Among the fundamental competencies promoted by the core, major courses, and other university requirements is that of a Global Perspective.  Marymount undergraduates are required to complete at least one of the following "Global Perspective (GP)" designated courses, study abroad, or a foreign language course before they graduate.
 
 
Global Perspective (GP Designation) Courses
AA 405 Fashion in the Global Marketplace
AA 410 Clothing Selection and Behavior
BIO 127 Introduction to Marine Biology and Tropical Ecology
BIO 327 Introduction to Marine Biology and Tropical Ecology
ECO 485 International Economics
EN 201 World Literature: The Ancient World
EN 202 World Literature: The Middle Ages
EN 203 World Literature: Renaissance through Enlightenment
EN 204 World Literature: Romanticism through Post-Modernism
EN 207 Theater History
EN 230 American Multicultural Literature
FA 110 Cross-Cultural Visual Thinking
FA 201 Introduction to Art History I
FA 202 Introduction to Art History II
FA 305 Pre-Classical Art
FA 315 Classical Art
FA 325 Medieval Art
FA 345 Renaissance Art
FA 365 Baroque Art
FA 370 19th-Century Art
FA 380 Modern Art
FIN 485 International Finance
FR 101 Introductory French I
FR 102 Introductory French II
GER 101 Introductory German I
GER 102 Introductory German II
HI 203 Western Civilization I
HI 204 Western Civilization II
HI 210 History of the United States to 1877
HI 211 History of the United States since 1877
HI 310 Modern European History: 1815-1914
HI 311 Modern European History: 1914 to the Present
HI 350 Modern United States History
HPR 308 Transcultural Concepts in Health and Illness
IT 110 Information Technology in the Global Age
MGT 385 International Business
MGT 485 International Management
MKT 485 International Marketing
NU 304 Transcultural Concepts in Health and Illness
POL 102 International Relations
POL 103 Comparative Politics
POL 104 American Government
POL 355 Advanced International Relations Theory
POL 360 Strategy and Power in World Politics
POL 380 Politics of Latin America
POL 386 Politics of East Asia
PSY 230 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 325 Cultural Psychology
SOC 131 Principles of Sociology
SOC 203 The Global Village
SOC 204 Engaging Diversity
SOC 305 Criminology
SOC 322 Racial and Ethnic Diversity
SOC 375 Topics in Human Rights
SP 101 Introductory Spanish I
SP 102 Introductory Spanish II
TRS 325 Religious Approaches to Death
TRS 340 Judaism in Thought and Practice
TRS 345 Buddhist Traditions