All undergraduate majors entering Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences must fulfill their First-Year Foundation (FFC) course requirement by selecting from the course offerings organized into three major themes, Global Intersections, Justice and Equality, or Representation and Interpretation. In Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences we examine and represent the complex relationships we have to one another and to the world around us. To do this, we ask the essential questions at the heart of the intersection of the arts, humanities, and social sciences: Who are we? How do we know? How can we best live together?
Students will critically analyze and communicate complex issues and ideas as they explore global intersections, justice and equality, and how we represent and interpret the world.
Wilkinson College majors select their FFC course from one of three major themes listed below: