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Change Course Proposal
WLC 241 *GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES

Status: Draft

Proposal

Proposal ID: 106791
Type: Change Course
Effective Term: Fall 2019
Justification:
The proposed revision reduces WLC 241 from 4 to 3 credits. This change brings the course into alignment with other Bacc Core courses offered in WLC and increases access to a broader range of students and schedule types.
Comments: None

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Sebastian Heiduschke Assistant Professor Foreign Langs and Lits
Bradley Boovy Assistant Professor World Languag & Cultures

Contacts

No contacts

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
Susan Bernardin - Director - SLCS / Liberal Arts Admin Not Contacted Yes
Joan Gross - Professor / Anthropology Department Not Contacted No

Course Information

Designator/Course #: WLC 241 
CIP Code: 160101
Title:
*GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES  
Original Course: WLC 241 *GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES 
College/Department or College/School:
College of Liberal Arts / School of Language, Culture, and Society  

Credits: 3 Updated 
Grading Mode: A-F (includes I, W, R, S/U)  
Courses Taught Schedule:
 

Schedule Types: Lecture; Project; Final Exam; Midterm Exam  
Campus Locations:  
Programs Requiring
this Course:
None

Description:
We will read a selection of the most popular Grimms' fairy tales and consider why they have remained so popular. What is it about fairy tales that has made them such a lasting source of creative inspiration into our time? Students will learn to understand and critique fairy tales and their role in Western cultures through analysis of the tales and creative adaptation of a tale for a modern audience. (Bacc Core Course)

Course Relationships

Designator Title Minimum Grade/Score
Enforced Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
Equivalent Courses
GER 241 *GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES
Slash Courses
None
Crosslisted Courses
None

Documents

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