Academic Information

Fall 2019: European Humanities-themed semester

Students will choose between FYS 100 and COM 110.  If you choose to take FYS in the fall, then you will be registered for CHM 111 in the spring.  If you choose COM 110 in the fall, then you will be registered for FYS 100 in the spring. All first-year students are required to take one FYS course.

  • FYS 100. Expressions of Love (3h)
    **Fulfills first-year seminar basic requirement**

OR

  • COM 110. Public Speaking (3h)
    **Fulfills Division IV requirement**

All students will take the following:

  • INS 120. Danish Language and Culture (3h)
  • HMN 213. A Sense of Place in European Literature (3h) 
    **Fulfills Division II requirement**
  • ART 198. European Art of the 19th Century (3h)
  • COM 350. Intercultural Communication (3h)
    **Fulfills Cultural Diversity requirement**

Spring 2020: Global Perspectives-focused semester

  • FYS 100. Wanted Dead or Alive: Schrödinger’s Cat (3h)
    **Fulfills first-year seminar basic requirement**

OR

  •  CHM 111 College Chemistry I (3h)
    **Fulfills Division V requirement** [Students will take lab in Fall 2020]

All students will take the following:

  • ECN 150. Introduction to Economics (3h)
    **Fulfills Division IV requirement**
  • REL 389. Islam in the West: Changes & Challenges (3h)
  • ENV 301. Sustainable Development in Northern Europe (3h)
  • POL 235. The European Game of Politics: Crisis and Survival (3h)

Important Note:

Students who are interested in pursuing a pre-health (pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, etc), business, or engineering major at Wake Forest should note that these majors may have pre-requisites that typically are taken during the first-year and may not be available via the Global AWAKEnings program.

Should you have any curricular questions, please contact Janice Claybrook.


Fall 2018: European Humanities-themed semester

  • FYS 100. Creativity Across the Lifespan (3h)
    **Fulfills first-year seminar basic requirement**
  • SOC 153. Contemporary Families (3h) 
    **Fulfills Division IV requirement**
  • INS 120. Danish Language and Culture (3h)
  • HMN 213. A Sense of Place in European Literature (3h) 
    **Fulfills Division II requirement**
  • ART 198. European Art of the 19th Century (3h)

Spring 2019: Global Perspectives-focused semester

  • HMN 290. The Humanities through Film, Literature & Media (3h)
    **Fulfills Cultural Diversity requirement** (Course emphasizes global and cross-cultural nature of topics studied.)
  • ECN 150. Introduction to Economics (3h)
    **Fulfills Division IV requirement**
  • REL 389. Islam in the West: Changes & Challenges (3h)
  • ENV 301. Sustainable Development in Northern Europe (3h)
  • POL 235. The European Game of Politics: Crisis and Survival (3h)

 

Fall 2017: European Humanities-themed semester

  • FYS 100. Competition, Cooperation, and Consumption: Issues of Social Networks and Social Participation (3h)
    **Fulfills first-year seminar basic requirement**
  • SOC 151. Principles of Sociology (3h) 
    **Fulfills Division IV requirement**
  • INS 120. Danish Language and Culture (3h)
  • HMN 213. A Sense of Place in European Literature (3h) 
    **Fulfills Division II requirement**
  • ART 198. European Art of the 19th Century (3h)

Spring 2018: Global Perspectives-focused semester

  • COM 120. Introduction to Film & Media Aesthetics (3h)
     **Fulfills Division IV requirement**
  • COM/FLM/WGS 370. Gender in Nordic Cinema (3h)
  • REL 389. Islam in the West: Changes & Challenges (3h)
  • ENV 301. Sustainable Development in Northern Europe (3h)
  • POL 235. The European Game of Politics: Crisis and Survival (3h)