Rethink Your Gen Ed - Consider a WSU Course!

WSU courses are interdisciplinary, variable (3-5) credit, team-taught, and limited enrollment courses that satisfy requirements in two areas (core or breadth) of general education (with passing grade)*. Check out these offerings for next year:

FALL 2017 WSU Course Offerings
WSU 1450 Intersections of Art and Communication (3) Humanities & Creative Arts Colleen Packer
 & Jeremy Stott
WSU 1560 Identity in the Digital Age (3) Humanities & Social Science Luke Fernandez
& Julia Panko
WSU 1560 The Story and the Brain:
Neuroscience and Literature (3)
Humanities & Social Science Lauren Fowler
& Sally Shigley
WSU 1560 Research, Creativity, and Exploration among Disciplines (3) Humanities & Social Science Therese Grijalva & Michael Ault
WSU 1680 Microbes Rule: Impact of Disease on History (4) Life Science & Social Science Craig Oberg
& Gene Sessions
SPRING 2018 WSU Course Offerings
WSU 1560 Sustainability in Thought and Practice (3) Humanities & Social Science Hal Crimmel
& Alice Mulder
WSU 1680 The Sciences of Human Variation: From Sex to Gender and Race to Ethnicity (3) Life Science & Social Science Maria Parrilla de Kokal & Jon Marshall
WSU 1680 Microbes Rule: Impact of Disease on History (4) Life Science & Social Science Craig Oberg
& Gene Sessions
WSU 2350 Writing with Numbers (4) Quantitative Literacy & Humanities Sandra Fital-Akelbek & Jean Norman

Complete course descriptions

*Students may take as many WSU course as they wish, but only the non-overlapping GE attributes from subsequent WSU courses will count toward GE requirements.