First-year and second-year students enrolled in the Camden College of Arts and Sciences will have the unique opportunity to join a Learning Community this fall semester. Learning Communities consist of two courses that examine a single theme from different disciplinary perspectives that mutually support student learning. Many of the courses also satisfy General Education requirements. Students are encouraged to consult their academic advisor for registration. 

African American Experiences through Religion and Music

History of Music: Soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement (50:700:209:01)
Professor Joseph Streater, Music

African-American Religion (50:840:216:01)*
Professor Nicholas Johnson, Philosophy and Religion

*Satisfies Diversity (D) and Ethics and Values (EAV) General Education Requirements

Power and Propaganda

Young Adult Literature (50:350:107:71)
Professor Holly Blackford Humes, English and Communication

Truth and Lies in the Digital World (50:209:110:71)*
Professor Jim Brown, Digital Studies and English and Communication

*Satisfies Ethics and Values (EAV) General Education Requirement

Japanese Art and Culture: History and Visual Arts

Japanese Art (50:082:212:72)*
Professor Chinghsin Wu, Visual, Media and Performing Arts

*Satisfies Global Communities (GCM) General Education Requirement

Samurai Japan (50:516:233:72)*
Professor Nick Kapur, History

*Satisfies Heritages and Civilizations (HAC) General Education Requirement

Understanding Physical Concepts

Elements of Physics (50:750:131:73)
Professor Cory Trout, Physics

Calculus I (50:640:121:73)*
Professor Haydee Herrera-Guzman, Mathematics

*Satisfies Logical and Quantitative Reasoning (LQR)  General Education Requirement