General Education Guide for Mechanical Engineering

The Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering curriculum includes a strong component in General Education to provide students an integrated and well-rounded program in the humanities, fine arts, and social sciences. Following completion of the required freshman year courses in written communications (ENGL 106 or other approved option) and oral communications (COM 114 or other approved option), each student, with the assistance of an academic advisor, selects six three-credit hour courses to satisfy the General Education component of the ME curriculum.

Program Requirements

  1. Credit Requirements - A minimum of 18 credit hours in approved humanities and social sciences selectives are required. (A list of preapproved courses is appended below).
  2. Required Selectives - Of the 18 credit hours total, 6 credit hours must satisfy the following required selective categories.
    • Economics Selective (3 crs.) - either ECON 251 Microeconomics or ECON 252 Macroeconomics will satisfy the Economics Selective.
    • World Affairs and Cultures Selective-WAC (3 crs.) - any course on the pre-approved WAC list will satisfy this requirement.
  3. Breadth Requirements - Within the 18 credit hours, both depth and breadth must be demonstrated.
    • Breadth - No more than 12 credit hours can be taken in one department. This insures exposure to at least two different departments.
  4. Upper Level Requirement - At least 6 credit hours must come from Upper Level courses. Upper Level courses are considered to be at the 300 level or above or lower-division courses with a required prerequisite in the same department.
  5. Integrated Program - To encourage an integrated program, no more than 6 credit hours of general education selectives can be taken in one semester.
  6. Consideration of Exceptions - The appended list of preapproved general education selectives, while extensive, is not exhaustive. To have an unlisted course considered for approval, a written request should be submitted to Professor Jim Jones: jonesjd@purdue.edu.

Selection of a suitable set of humanities and/or social science courses presents some students with a challenge. It is difficult to select 6 courses from among several hundred; a frequently used method is to pick a course which has a reputation for being easy, requiring minimal work, and guaranteeing a high grade. Selecting approximately 15 percent of the total credits required for graduation by this method is not wise. The guidelines listed below are intended to assist in planning an effective General Education program:

  1. Explore Areas of Interest - You should explore different areas in the humanities, fine arts, and social sciences.
  2. Develop a Coherent Program - The program should have a unified framework and constitute a coherent educational experience. You may want to consider getting a minor in one of the departments listed below. If you are interested in a minor, please see the offering department for details of the requirements.
  3. Non-Approved Subjects - Courses treating subjects such as accounting, management, personnel administration, band, and ROTC may be of value to mechanical engineering students but most do not fulfill the purpose of the General Education program.
  4. Grade Options - The pass/not pass option may not be used for any courses required for graduation. All courses counted toward any graduation requirement must be taken for a grade. However, any extra courses not being utilized for graduation may be taken pass/not pass.

PREAPPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

Notes:

Introductory courses have an asterisk, Upper Level courses do not have an asterisk.

Appropriate 500 level courses may also be approved by the student’s advisor.

 

Aerospace Studies (AFT): 230*, 351, 361, 471

African American Studies (AAS): 271*, 277*, all 300+ level courses

Agricultural Economics (AGEC):  220, 250*, 340, 406, 410, 450

American Sign Language (ASL): 101*, 102, 201, 202, 280*

American Studies (AMST): 201*, 301

Anthropology (ANTH): 100*, 201*, 203*, 204*, 205*, 210*, 212*, 230*, 235*, 282*, all 300+ level courses

Arabic (ARAB): 101*, 102 111*, 112, 201, 202, 230*, 239*, 280*, 281*, all 300+ level courses

Art and Design (AD): 105*, 106, 113*, 114, 117*, 119*, 125*, 130, 146*, 200, 205, 206, 213, 215, 220*, 226*, 227*, 230, 233*, 235, 236*, 240, 242*, 246, 250, 251*, 255*, 256, 260, 262*, 265*, 266*, 267*, 270*, 271*, 275*, 285, all 300+ courses

Chinese (CHNS): 101*, 102, 201, 202, 241, 280*, 281, 285*, all 300+ level courses

Classics (CLCS): 181*, 23010*, 231*, 232*, 233*, 234*, 235*, 237*, 239*, 280*, all 300+ level courses (CLCS 231, CLCS 237, or CLCS 309 cannot be used as Gen Ed if used for Written Communication Selective)

Communication (COM): 102*, 204, 210, 212, 217, 224, 250, 251, 253, 256, all 300+ level courses (COM 217 cannot be used as Gen Ed if used for Oral Communication Selective)

Consumer Sciences and Retailing (CSR): 327, 331, 342

Dance (DANC): 101*, 102*, 103*, 130*, 140*, 144*, 201*, 202*, 203*, 230*, 240*, 250*, all 300+ level or above courses (note: most DANC courses are 1 or 2 credits)

Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS): 301, 320, 375

Educational and Psychological Studies (EDPS): 235*, 300, 315 (EDPS 315 cannot be used as Gen Ed if used for Oral Communication Selective), 316, 317

Economics (ECON): 251*, 252*, 300+ level or above courses except for ECON 451 and 461

English (ENGL): 203*, 205, 227*, 230*, 231*, 232*, 234*, 235*, 237*, 238*, 240*, 241*, 250*, 257*, 258*, 262*, 264*, 266*, 267*, 276*, 279*, 286, all 300+ level or above courses except for ENGL 421 (ENGL 420 and ENGL 421 cannot both be used to satisfy ME degree requirements)

French (FR): 101*, 102, 112, 201, 202, 212, 241, all 300+ courses

General Studies (GS): 100*, 101*

German (GER): 101*, 102, 112, 201, 202, 212, 223, 224, 230*, 241, 280*, all 300+ level courses

Greek (GREK): 101*, 102, 201, 202, all 300+ level courses

Hebrew (HEBR): 101*, 102, 121*, 122, 201, 202, 221, 222, 284*, all 300+ level courses

History (HIST): 103*, 104*, 105*, 151*, 152*, 201*, 210*, 228*, 229*, 238*, 239*, 240*, 241*, 243*, 245*, 246*, 271*, 272*, all 300+ level courses

Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS): 201*, 210*, all 300+ level courses

Italian (ITAL): 101*, 102, 105*, 201, 202, 205, 212, 231*, 281*, all 300+ or higher courses

Japanese (JPNS): 101*, 102, 201, 202, 241, 280*, all 300+ or higher courses

Jewish Studies (JWST): 330

Latin (LATN): 101*, 102, 201, 202, all 300+ or higher courses

Linguistics (LING): 201*

Music History/Theory (MUSC): 250*, 261*, all 300+ or higher courses

Naval Science (NS): 213*, 214*, 413, 440

Organizational Leadership (OLS): 274*, 284*, 386

Philosophy (PHIL): 110*, 111*, 114*, 120*, 150*, 206*, 207*, 219*, 223*, 225*, 230*, 231*, 240*, 242*, 260*, 270*, 275*, 280*, 290*, 293*, all 300+ above courses (PHIL 260 cannot be used as Gen Ed if used for Written Communication Selective)

Political Science (POL): 101*, 120*, 130*, 141*, 222*, 223*, 229*, 230*, 231*, 235*, 237*, all 300+ level courses

Portuguese (PTGS): 101*, 102, 105*, 201, 202, all 300+ level courses

Psychology (PSY): 120*, 200, 201, 222, 235, 239, 240, 244, 272, 292, +300 level courses

Religious Studies (REL): 200*, 201*, 203*, 204*, 230*, 231*, 235*, 300+ level courses

Russian (RUSS): 101*, 102, 111*, 112, 201, 202, 211, 212, 300+ level courses

Sociology (SOC): 100*, 220*, 275*, all 300+ level courses

Spanish (SPAN):  101*, 102, 112*, 201, 202, 212, 235, 241, 280, all 300+ level or above courses (SPAN 330 cannot be used as Gen Ed if used for Written Communication Selective)T

Technology Leadership & Innovation (TLI): 152*, 213*, 253*, 254* (both 213 and 253 are considered equivalent to OLS 284)

Theatre (THTR):  133*, 15001*, 15002*, 15003*, 160*, 161*, 162*, 201*, 213*, 233*, 235*, 253*, 256*, 263*, 270*, 290*, all 300+ level or above courses

Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS):  280*, 281*, 282*, all 300+ level or above courses

 

General Education Interest Areas

*You must earn 6 credits in the same foreign language to use towards Gen Ed/World Culture requirements (i.e. SPAN 101, SPAN 102)
Languages Offered: American Sign Language, Ancient Greek, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

(parentheses indicate prerequisite course)

[brackets indicate TYPICALLY when courses are offered, but not guaranteed--please check the schedule of classes when available for the semester in which you would like ot take the course]

Looking for a Summer online course? Use this link to look for ALL online course offerings: Summer Courses. Please make sure the course you select is on our approved Gen Ed list.

Agricultural Economics

  • AGEC 220 - Economics of Agricultural Markets (ECON 251) [Fall, Spring]
  • AGEC 250 - Economic Geography of World Food and Resources [Fall, Spring]
  • AGEC 406 - Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (ECON 251) [Fall]
  • AGEC 410 – Agricultural Policy (AGEC 220, ECON 252) [Spring]
  • AGEC 450 - International Agricultural Trade (ECON 251 or ECON 252) [Fall]

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African American Studies

  • AAS 271 - Intro to African American Studies [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AAS 277 - African American Pop Culture [Fall, Spring]
  • AAS 359 - Black Women Writers [Fall]
  • AAS 370 - Black Women Rising [Fall]
  • AAS 371 - African American Experience: The Black Athlete [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AAS 373 – History of Injustice in the United States [Spring]
  • AAS 376 - The Black Male [Fall]
  • AAS 491 - African American Choral Foundations [Fall]
  • ENGL 257 - Literature of Black America [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 359 - Black Women Writers [Fall]
  • HIST 396 - The Afro-American to 1865 [Fall]
  • HIST 398 – The Afro-American Since 1865 [Spring]
  • HIST 469 - Black Civil Rights Movement [Fall]
  • PHIL 242 - Philosophy, Culture, and the African American Experience [Fall]
  • POL 326 - Black Political Participation in America [Fall, Summer]

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African Culture/History

  • HIST 210 - The Making of Modern Africa [Fall]

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American Culture/History

  • AMST 201 – Interpreting America [Spring, Summer]
  • AMST 301 – American Beauty [Fall]
  • AMST 301 – American Representations of the Middle East & North Africa [Spring]
  • AMST 301 – Arabic Literature in Translation [Spring]
  • AMST 301 – Intro to Asian American Studies [Fall]
  • ASL 280 – American Deaf Community: Language, Culture, and Society [Spring]
  • ENGL 350 - American Literature: Beginnings to 1865 [Fall]
  • ENGL 351 - American Literature II: 1865 to Post-War Period [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 354 – Asian American Literature [Spring]
  • HIST 151 - American History to 1877 [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 152 - American History Since 1877 [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 250 – United States Relations with The Middle East & North Africa [Spring]
  • HIST 304 - America in the 1960s [Fall]
  • HIST 30505 - The United States in the World 1898 – Present [Fall]
  • HIST 355 – History of American Military Affairs [Spring]
  • HIST 376 - History of Indiana [Fall, Summer]
  • HIST 377 - Native American History & Culture [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 38001 – History of United States Agriculture [Spring]
  • HIST 382 - American Constitutional History [Fall]
  • HIST 383 – Recent American Constitutional History [Spring]
  • HIST 38505 – Media, Politics, & Pop Culture [Spring]
  • HIST 396 - The Afro-American to 1865 [Fall]
  • HIST 398 – The Afro-American Since 1865 [Spring]
  • HIST 41005 - History of the American Presidency [Fall]
  • HIST 413 - Modern American Imperialism [Fall]
  • HIST 460 - American Colonial History [Fall]
  • HIST 461 – Revolutionary Era [Spring]
  • HIST 467 – Emergence of Modern America [Spring]
  • HIST 469 - Black Civil Rights Movement [Fall]
  • HIST 47005 - Women and Health in America [Fall]
  • HIST 488 – History of Sexual Regulation in the USA [Spring]
  • HIST 492 – Americans In the World [Spring]
  • HIST 492 - United States Imperialism [Fall]
  • ITAL 335 – Italian-American Cinema [Spring]
  • POL 415 – United States Politics & The Media (POL 101) [Spring]
  • SOC 367 - Religion in America [Fall, Spring]

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American Politics

  • COM 464 - American Political Communication [Fall]
  • HIST 382 - American Constitutional History [Fall]
  • HIST 38505 – Media, Politics, & Pop Culture [Spring]
  • HIST 41005 - History of the American Presidency [Fall]
  • POL 101 - American Government and Politics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 301 - The President and Policy Process (POL 101) [Fall]
  • POL 326 - Black Political Participation in America [Fall, Summer]
  • POL 373 - Campaigns and Elections [Fall]
  • POL 411 - Congress: Structure and Functioning (POL 101) [Fall]
  • POL 429 - Supreme Court and Constitutional Law [Fall]
  • POL 429 - American Political Communication [Fall]
  • POL 429 - CSPAN: Communicating Democracy through Media [Fall]

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Ancient History

  • CLCS 23010 – Survey of Greek Literature in Translation [Spring]
  • CLCS 233 – Comparative Mythology [Spring]
  • CLCS 235 – Intro to Classical Mythology [Summer]
  • CLS 237 – Gender and Sexuality in Greek & Roman Antiquity [Spring]
  • CLCS 380 – Alexander The Great & the Hellenistic World [Spring]
  • CLCS 383 - The Roman Empire [Fall]
  • CLCS 385 - Science, Medicine, and Magic in the Ancient West [Fall]
  • CLCS 386 – Ancient Greek Religion [Spring]
  • CLCS 483 – Republican Rome [Spring]
  • ENGL 262 – Greek & Roman Classics [Spring]
  • HEBR 284 - Ancient Near East History & Culture [Fall]
  • HIST 201 - Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity [Fall]
  • PHIL 301 - Ancient Philosophy [Fall, Spring]
  • REL 317 - Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity [Fall]

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  • Anthropology

  • ANTH 100 - Intro to Anthropology [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ANTH 201 - Intro to Archaeology and Prehistory [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 204 - Intro to Biological Anthropology and Human Evolution [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ANTH 205 - Human Cultural Diversity [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ANTH 210 – Technology & Culture [Summer]
  • ANTH 212 - Culture, Food, and Health [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 230 - Gender Across Cultures [Fall]
  • ANTH 305 – Ethnographic Methods (ANTH 205, SOC 100) [Spring]
  • ANTH 312 - Archaeology of Ancient Egypt and Near East [Fall, Summer]
  • ANTH 313 - Archaeology of North America [Fall]
  • ANTH 327 - Environment and Culture [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 335 - Primate Behavior (ANTH 204 or BIOL 110) [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 336 - Human Variation [Fall]
  • ANTH 337 - Human Diet: Origins and Evolution [Fall]
  • ANTH 377 – Hunter Gatherer Societies [Spring]
  • ANTH 380 - Using Anthropology in the World [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 392 - Anthropology of Tourism and Global Culture [Fall]
  • ANTH 392 - Anthropology of Reproductive Health [Fall]
  • ANTH 392 – Anthropology of Violence [Spring]
  • ANTH 407 - Development of Contemporary Anthropological Theory [Fall]
  • ANTH 414 - Intro to Language and Culture [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 482 - Sexual Diversity in Global Perspectives (ANTH 282 or WGSS 282) [Fall]

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Archaeology

  • ANTH 201 - Intro to Archaeology and Prehistory [Fall]
  • ANTH 312 - Archaeology of Ancient Egypt and Near East [Fall, Summer]
  • ANTH 313 - Archaeology of North America [Fall]
  • ANTH 378 – Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology of Mesoamerica [Spring]

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Art Appreciation/History

  • AD 226 - History of Art to 1400 [Fall]
  • AD 227 – History of Art Since 1400 [Spring]
  • AD 251 - History of Photography I [Fall]
  • AD 255 - Art Appreciation [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AD 312 – Roman Art [Spring]
  • AD 327 - Art History Methodology [Fall]
  • AD 334 - New Media Culture [Fall]
  • AD 344 – Latin American Art in the 20th Century [Spring]
  • AD 383 - Modern Art [Fall]
  • AD 384 – Contemporary Art [Spring]
  • AD 385 – History of Interior Design (AD 227) [Spring]
  • AD 395 - History of Design [Fall]
  • AD 396 – Art Museum Practices [Spring]
  • AD 397 - Sustainability in the Built Environment [Fall]
  • AD 451 - Italian Renaissance Art [Fall]
  • AD 485 - History of Contemporary Interiors (AD 385) [Fall]
  • PHIL 275 - Philosophy of Art [Fall]

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Art (Fine/Performing)

Ceramics

  • AD 242 - Intro to Ceramics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AD 342 - Ceramics II (AD 242) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 442 - Ceramics III (AD 342) [Fall, Spring]

Dance

  • DANC 101 - Modern Dance Technique I [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 102 - Ballet I [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 103 - Jazz Dance I [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 130 - Intro to Modern Dance [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 140 - Dance Improvisation [1 credit] [Fall]
  • DANC 144 – Contact Improvisation [1 credit] [Spring]
  • DANC 201 - Modern Dance Technique II [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 202 - Ballet II [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 230 - Ballet Biomechanics [Fall, Spring]
  • DANCE 240 – Dance Composition [Spring]
  • DANC 250 - Dance Appreciation [Fall, Spring]
  • DANC 301 - Modern Dance Techniques III (DANC 201) [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]

Drawing

  • AD 113 - Drawing I [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AD 114 - Drawing II (AD 113) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 146 – Design Drawing I [Spring]
  • AD 213 - Life Drawing I (AD 105 and AD 113) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 246 – Design Drawing II (AD 146) [Spring]
  • AD 256 – Presentation Techniques (AD 246) [Spring]
  • AD 300 – Life Drawing II (AD 213) [Spring]
  • AD 314 – Illustrative Drawing (AD 113) [Spring]

Design

  • AD 105 - Design I [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 106 - Design II (AD 105) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • AD 205 - Design III (AD 106) [Spring]
  • AD 206 – Studio in Visual Communications Design (AD 205) [Spring]
  • AD 319 – Web Design for Visual Communications (AD 318) [Spring]
  • AD 365 – Visual Communications Design II (AD 318, AD 332) [Spring]
  • AD 432 – Visual Communications Design IV (AD 431) [Spring]

Electronic/Computer Art

  • AD 233 - Electronic Media Studio [Fall]
  • AD 326 - Physical Computing [Fall]
  • AD 304 – Video Art [Spring]

Industrial Design

  • AD 235 – Materials and Processes II (AD 215) [Spring]
  • AD 305 - Industrial Design I [Fall]
  • AD 306 – Industrial Design II (AD 305) [Spring]
  • AD 316 – Seminar on Ideas in Industrial Design I (AD 305) [Spring]
  • AD 405 - Industrial Design III (AD 306) [Fall]
  • AD 406 – Industrial Design IV (AD 405) [Spring]
  • AD 415 - Professional Design (AD 305) [Fall]
  • AD 416 – Seminar on Ideas in Industrial Design II (AD 305) [Spring]

Interior Design

  • AD 125 - Intro to Interior Design [Fall]
  • AD 130 – Interior Design Communication (AD 105, AD 113, AD 125) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 230 - Interior Design I (AD 106, AD 130, CGT 262) [Fall]
  • AD 240 - Interior Drafting and Drawing (AD 106, AD 130, CGT 262) [Fall]
  • AD 250 – Interior Design II (AD 230, AD 240) [Spring]
  • AD 260 – CAD for Interior Design (AD 230, AD 240) [Spring]
  • AD 285 – Interior Components and Materials (AD 230) [Spring]
  • AD 338 – Advanced Interior Design Communication (AD 250, AD320, AD 330) [Spring]
  • AD 350 – Interior Design IV (AD 320, AD 330) [Spring]
  • AD 440 – Interior Detailing and Construction (AD 430) [Spring]
  • AD 485 - History of Contemporary Interiors (AD 385) [Fall]

Jewelry/Metalworking

  • AD 262 - Jewelry and Metalwork I [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 362 – Jewelry and Metalwork II (AD 262) [Spring]
  • AD 462 - Metalsmithing (AD 362) [Fall]

Painting

  • AD 200 - Beginning Painting (AD 113) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 365 – Intermediate Painting (AD 200) [Spring]
  • AD 400 – Advanced Painting (AD 365) [Spring]

Photography

  • AD 117 - Black and White Photography [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 119 - Color Photography [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 236 – Lighting Fundamentals for Photography [Spring]
  • AD 251 - History of Photography I [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 267 - Digital Media I: Photography and Digital Imaging [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 30701 – History of Contemporary Photography [Spring]
  • AD 363 – Documentary Photography (AD 117, AD 119, AD 267, AD 269) [Spring]
  • AD 381 - Fine Art Photography (AD 117, AD 119, AD 267) [Fall]

Printmaking

  • AD 265 – Relief Printmaking [Spring]
  • AD 266 - Silkscreen Printmaking [Fall]
  • AD 333 - Photo Silk Screening (AD 266) [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 368 - Intro to Etching and Intaglio Printmaking [Fall]
  • AD 369 – Lithographic Printmaking [Spring]
  • AD 468 - Printmaking III (AD 368 or AD 369) [Fall, Spring]

Sculpture

  • AD 275 – Beginning Sculpture [Spring]

Textiles

  • AD 270 Constructed Textiles [Spring]
  • AD 271 Dyed Textiles [Spring]
  • AD 370 - Intro to Woven Textiles [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 470 - Advanced Studies in Textiles (AD 270, AD 271, AD 370) [Fall, Spring]

Theatre

  • ENGL 235 - Intro to Drama [Fall, Spring]
  • THTR 133 - Survey of Acting [Fall, Spring]
  • THTR 15001 - Intro to Drafting [1 credit] [Fall]
  • THTR 15002 - Intro to Scenery Construction Tools and Techniques [1 credit] [Fall]
  • THTR 15003 - Intro to Rigging for Theatre [1 credit] [Fall]
  • THTR 160 - Intro to Scene Design and Technology [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • THTR 161 - Intro to Costume Design and Technology [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • THTR 162 - Intro to Light Design and Technology [2 credits] [Fall, Spring]
  • THTR 201 - Theatre Appreciation [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • THTR 213 – Voice for the Actor [2 credits] [Spring]
  • THTR 235 – Voice/Physical Preparation [2 credits] [Spring]
  • THTR 253 - Survey of Audio Production [Fall]
  • THTR 256 - Stage Make-Up [Fall]
  • THTR 290 - Statics for Theatre [2 credits] [Fall]
  • THTR 290 - Physics of Motion [2 credits] [Fall]
  • THTR 361 - Costume Design (THTR 161) [Fall]
  • THTR 381 – History of Theatre II (THTR 201) [Spring]

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Asian Culture/History/Politics

  • AMST 301 – Arabic Literature in Translation [Spring]
  • ARAB 239 - Arab Women Writers [Fall, Spring]
  • CHNS 280 – Chinese Culture [Spring]
  • CHNS 281 - Intro to Chinese Food Culture [Fall, Spring]
  • CHNS 285 – Chinese Calligraphy [Spring]
  • CHNS 330 – Chinese Cinema [Spring]
  • HIST 240 - East Asia and its Historical Tradition [Fall]
  • HIST 241 – East Asia Modern World [Spring]
  • HIST 243 - South Asian History & Civilizations [Fall, Spring]
  • HIST 250 – United States Relations with The Middle East & North Africa [Spring]
  • HIST 302 - Korean History 1945 to Present [Fall]
  • HIST 339 - Traditional China [Fall]
  • HIST 340 – Modern China [Spring]
  • HIST 344 – History of Modern Japan [Spring]
  • HIST 359 - Gender in East Asian History [Fall]
  • HIST 339 - Traditional China [Fall]
  • HIST 439 - Communist China [Fall]
  • JPNS 280 – Intro to Modern Japanese Civilization [Spring]
  • JPNS 330 – Japanese Cinema [Spring]
  • JPNS 490 - Japanese B Movies and Documentary Films [Fall]
  • POL 335 – China and the Challenges of Globalization [Summer]
  • POL 348 - East Asian Politics [Fall]
  • POL 430 - The Iraq Wars (POL 130) [Fall]
  • REL 230 – Religions of the East [Fall, Spring]

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Consumer Sciences & Retailing

  • CSR 331 - Consumer Behavior [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • CSR 342 - Personal Finance [Fall, Spring, Summer]

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Communication

  • COM 102 - Intro to Communication Theory [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 210 - Debating Public Issues (COM 114 or COM 117) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 212 - Approaches to the Study of Interpersonal Communication [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 217 - Science Writing and Presentation [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 224 - Communicating in the Global Workplace [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 250 - Mass Communication and Society [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 251 - Communication, Information, and Society [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 253 - Intro to Public Relations [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 256 - Intro to Advertising [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 303 - Intercultural Communication [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 312 – Rhetoric in the Western World (COM 114 or COM 217) [Spring, Summer]
  • COM 314 - Advanced Presentational Speaking (COM 114 or COM 217) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 315 - Speech Communication of Technical Information [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 318 - Principles of Persuasion [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 320 - Small Group Communication [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 324 - Intro to Organizational Communication [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 325 - Interviewing: Principles and Practice [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 328 – Diversity at Work: A Rhetorical Approach [Spring]
  • COM 329 – History of Mass Media [Spring]
  • COM 374 - Social Interaction Skills: Assessment and Development (COM 212) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 376 - Communication and Gender [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • COM 411 - Communication and Social Networks [Fall]
  • COM 415 - Discussion of Technical Problems (COM 114 or COM 217) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 435 - Communication and Emerging Technologies [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 464 - American Political Communication [Fall]

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Economics

  • AGEC 220 - Economics of Agricultural Markets (ECON 251) [Fall]
  • AGEC 250 - Economic Geography of World Food and Resources [Fall]
  • AGEC 406 - Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (ECON 251) [Fall]
  • AGEC 450 - International Agricultural Trade (ECON 251 or ECON 252) [Fall]
  • ECON 251 – Microeconomics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 252 – Macroeconomics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 325 - Economics of Sports (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 340 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (ECON 251) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 352 - Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 361 - Antitrust & Regulation (ECON 251) [Fall, Spring]
  • ECON 367 – Law and Economics (ECON 251) [Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 370 - International Trade (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 376 - Economics of the European Union (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall]
  • ECON 380 - Money & Banking (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 385 - Labor Economics (ECON 251) [Fall]
  • ECON 419 - Managerial Economics (ECON 251) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ECON 471 - Behavioral Economics (ECON 340) [Fall, Summer]
  • ECON 490 - Experimental Economics [Fall]

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Environment/Sustainability

  • AGEC 250 - Economic Geography of World Food and Resources [Fall]
  • AGEC 406 - Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (ECON 251) [Fall]
  • AMST 301 – Health, Built Environment, and Sustainability [Fall]
  • ANTH 327 - Environment and Culture [Fall, Spring]
  • AD 397 - Sustainability in the Built Environment [Fall]
  • ENGL 396 – Sustainability Studies [Spring]
  • PHIL 290 – Environmental Ethics [Spring]
  • PHIL 490 - Moral Psychology and Environment [Fall]
  • POL 223 - Intro to Environmental Policy [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 229 - Health, Built Environment, and Sustainability [Fall, Spring]
  • POL 327 - Global Green Politics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 423 - International Environmental Policy [Fall, Spring]

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Engineering/Technology

  • AMST 301 – Virtual Reality [Fall]
  • ANTH 210 – Technology & Culture [Summer]
  • ENGL 396 - Games and UX [Fall]
  • HIST 302 – Digital History [Summer]
  • PHIL 207 – Ethics for Technology, Engineering, and Design [Spring]

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European Culture/History

  • AD 451 - Italian Renaissance Art [Fall]
  • ECON 376 - Economics of the European Union (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall]
  • ENGL 240 - British Literature I: Beginning to Neoclassical Period [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 241 - British Literature II: Rise of Romanticism to the Modern Period [Fall]
  • ENGL 339 - 20th Century British Literature [Fall]
  • ENGL 413 – Tudor Queens in Literature & Film [Spring]
  • GER 230 - Myths and Legends: Elves to Elvis [Fall]
  • GER 230 – Vikings, Monsters, Grimm & God [Summer]
  • GER 280 – Beer & Brewing in German Culture [Spring, Summer]
  • GER 330 – German Cinema [Spring]
  • HIST 302 - Hitler’s Europe [Fall]
  • HIST 302 – Roma History, Music, & Culture [Spring]
  • HIST 32105 – Spain: The First Global Empire [Spring]
  • HIST 323 - German History [Fall, Summer]
  • HIST 324 - Modern France [Fall]
  • HIST 326 - Popular Culture in Preindustrial Europe (1400-1800) [Fall]
  • HIST 337 - Europe in the Age of the Cold War [Fall]
  • HIST 37005 – Queens in Early Modern Europe [Spring]
  • HIST 406 – Europe 1815 – 1870 [Spring]
  • HIST 418 – European Society & Culture, 1450-1800 [Spring]
  • HIST 423 – German Big Business [Spring]
  • ITAL 330 - Italian Cinema [Spring]
  • RUSS 330 - Russian and Eastern European Cinema [Fall]
  • RUSS 341 - Russian Literature in the 19th Century [Fall]

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Fantasy/Science Fiction/Gaming

  • CLCS 385 - Science, Medicine, and Magic in the Ancient West [Fall]
  • ENGL 232 – Dragons [Fall]
  • ENGL 373 - Science Fiction and Fantasy [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 396 - Games and UX [Fall]
  • GER 230 – Vikings, Monsters, Grimm, & God [Summer]

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Food

  • ANTH 212 - Culture, Food, and Health [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 337 - Human Diet: Origins and Evolution [Fall]
  • CHNS 281 - Intro to Chinese Food Culture [Fall, Spring]

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Global Studies/History

  • AGEC 250 - Economic Geography of World Food and Resources [Fall]
  • ANTH 392 - Anthropology of Tourism and Global Culture [Fall]
  • CLCS 181 - Classical World Civilizations [Fall, Summer]
  • ENGL 396 – Theories of Global Studies [Spring]
  • ENGL 466 - Cultural Encounters [Fall, Spring]
  • HIST 104 - Introduction to the Modern World [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 105 - Survey of Global History [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 302 – Intro to Jewish Studies [Summer]
  • HIST 302 – The Traveler’s Gaze (History of Travel) [Summer]
  • HIST 303 – Intro to Jewish Studies [Spring]
  • HIST 34901 - World War I [Fall, Summer]
  • HIST 351 - World War II [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 492 – Refugees and Statelessness [Spring]
  • JWST 330 – Intro to Jewish Studies [Spring]
  • PHIL 114 - Global Moral Issues [Fall, Spring]
  • POL 141 - Governments of the World [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 229 – Crossing Borders [Spring]
  • POL 229 – Terrorism [Spring]
  • POL 230 – Intro to the Study of Peace [Spring]
  • POL 235 - Rich and Poor Nations [Fall, Spring]
  • POL 429 – It’s a Complex World [Spring]
  • POL 430 – International Human Rights [Spring]
  • SOC 338 – Global Social Movements [Spring]

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Health

  • AMST 301 – Health, Built Environment, and Sustainability [Fall]
  • ANTH 212 - Culture, Food, and Health [Fall, Spring]
  • ANTH 340 – Global Health [Spring]
  • ANTH 392 - Anthropology of Reproductive Health [Fall]
  • HIST 47005 - Women and Health in America [Fall]
  • POL 229 - Health, Built Environment, and Sustainability [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 325 - Health & Health Care for Children and Families (HDFS210) [Fall]

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Human Development/Family Studies

  • HDFS 201 - Intro to Family Processes [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 210 - Intro to Human Development [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 280 - Diversity in Individual and Family Life [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 311 - Child Development [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 312 - Adult Development [Fall]
  • HDFS 313 - Adolescent Development (HDFS201, HDFS210) [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 325 - Health & Health Care for Children and Families (HDFS210) [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 330 - Sexuality and Family Life (HDFS201, HDFS210) [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 332 - Stress and Coping in Contemporary Families (HDFS201, HDFS210) [Fall]
  • HDFS 341 - Working with Parents (HDFS201, HDFS210) [Fall, Spring]
  • HDFS 390 - Understanding Autism [Fall]
  • SOC 350 - Social Psychology of Marriage [Fall, Spring]

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International Relations

  • POL 130 - Intro to International Relations [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 231 - Intro to United States Foreign Policy [Fall, Spring]
  • POL 235 - Rich and Poor Nations [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 237 - Modern Weapons and International Relations [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 347 - Intro to Latin American Politics [Fall]
  • POL 348 - East Asian Politics [Fall]
  • POL 429 – Model United Nations [Spring]
  • POL 430 - The Iraq Wars (POL 130) [Fall]

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Latin American Culture/History

Latin American Culture/History

  • ANTH 378 – Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology of Mesoamerica [Spring]
  • HIST 271 - Colonial Latin American History, 1492-1810 [Fall]
  • HIST 272 – Intro to Modern Latin America [Spring]
  • HIST 302 – Conquistadors [Fall]
  • POL 347 - Intro to Latin American Politics [Fall]
  • SPAN 335 - Literature of the Spanish-Speaking Peoples in the USA [Fall]

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Law

  • CLCS 339 - Literature and The Law [Fall]
  • PHIL 260 - Philosophy and Law [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 324 - Criminology (SOC 100) [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 326 - Social Conflict and Criminal Justice [Fall]
  • SOC 328 - Criminal Justice [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 419 - Sociology of Law (SOC 100) [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 421 – Juvenile Delinquency (SOC 100) [Summer]

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Learning a Language

  • LING 201 – Intro to Linguistics [Fall, Spring, Summer]

American Sign Language

  • ASL 101 - American Sign Language I [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ASL 102 - American Sign Language II (ASL 101) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ASL 201 - American Sign Language III (ASL 102) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ASL 202 - American Sign Language IV (ASL 201) [Fall, Spring]

Ancient Greek

  • GREK 101 - Ancient Greek I [Fall]
  • GREK 102 – Ancient Greek II (GREK 101) [Spring]
  • GREK 201 - Ancient Greek III (GREK 102) [Fall]
  • GREK 202 – Ancient Greek IV (GREK 201) [Spring]
  • GREK 344 - Greek Epic (GREK 202) [Fall]
  • GREK 353 – Greek Tragedy (GREK 202) [Spring]

Arabic

  • ARAB 101 - Arabic I [Fall, Spring]
  • ARAB 102 - Arabic II (ARAB 101) [Fall, Spring]
  • ARAB 111 - Elementary Standard Arabic Conversation I [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • ARAB 112 - Elementary Standard Arabic Conversation II (ARAB 111) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • ARAB 201 - Arabic III (ARAB 102) [Fall, Spring]
  • ARAB 202 – Arabic IV (ARAB 201) [Spring]

Chinese

  • CHNS 101 - Chinese I [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • CHNS 102 - Chinese II (CHNS 101) [Fall, Spring]
  • CHNS 201 - Chinese III (CHNS 102) [Fall]
  • CHNS 202 – Chinese IV (CHNS 201) [Spring]
  • CHNS 241 - Intro to the Study of Chinese Literature (CHNS 302) [Fall]
  • CHNS 301 - Chinese V (CHNS 202) [Fall, Spring]
  • CHNS 313 - Chinese Reading and Writing Practice (CHNS 302)
  • CHNS 341 – Chinese Literature I: Traditional Chinese Literature (CHNS 241) [Spring]
  • CHNS 342 - Chinese Literature II: Modern Chinese Literature (CHNS 241) [Fall]
  • CHNS 401 - Chinese VII (CHNS 302) [Fall]
  • CHNS 402 – Chinese VIII (CHNS 401) [Spring]

French

  • FR 101 - French I [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 102 - French II (FR101) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • FR 112 - Elementary French Conversation (FR101) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 201 - French III (FR102) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 202 - French IV (FR201) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 212 - Intermediate French Conversation (FR102) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 224 - Business French (FR202) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 241 - Introduction to the Study of French Literature (FR202) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 301 - French V (FR202 or FR224) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 302 - French VI (FR301) [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 312 - Advanced French Conversation (FR202) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • FR 341 - French Literature I: Middle Ages to Enlightenment (FR241) [Fall]
  • FR 342 - French Literature II: 19th & 20th Centuries (FR241) [Fall]
  • FR 394 - French Caribbean Literature (FR241) [Fall]
  • FR 401 - French Level VII (FR302) [Fall]
  • FR 424 - Business French III (FR302) [Fall]

German

  • GER 101 - German I [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • GER 102 - German II (GER101) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • GER 112 - Elementary German Conversation (GER101) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 201 - German III (GER102) [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 202 - German IV (GER201) [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 212 - Intermediate German Conversation (GER102) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 224 - German IV: Business German (GER201) [Fall]
  • GER 241 - Introduction to the Study of German Literature (GER202) [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 301 - German V (GER202) [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 302 - German VI (GER301) [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 312 - Advanced German Conversation (GER202) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 323 – German Level VI: Science & Engineering (GER 202) [Spring]
  • GER 342 - German Literature II: 18th Century to 21st Century (GER241) [Fall]
  • GER 401 - German VII (GER302) [Fall]
  • GER 402 – German VIII (GER 401) [Spring]
  • GER 424 - Business German (GER302) [Fall]
  • GER 498 – German Cultural History (GER 302) [Spring]

Hebrew

  • HEBR 101 - Modern Hebrew I [Fall]
  • HEBR 102 – Modern Hebrew II (HEBR 101) [Spring]
  • HEBR 121 - Biblical Hebrew I [Fall]
  • HEBR 122 – Biblical Hebrew II (HEBR 121) [Spring]
  • HEBR 201 - Modern Hebrew III (HEBR 102) [Fall]
  • HEBR 202 – Modern Hebrew IV (HEBR 201) [Spring]
  • HEBR 221 - Biblical Hebrew III (HEBR 122) [Fall]
  • HEBR 222 – Biblical Hebrew IV (HEBR 221) [Spring]

Italian

  • ITAL 101 - Italian I [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 102 - Italian II (ITAL 101) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 105 - Accelerated Basic Italian [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 201 - Italian III ITAL 102 or ITAL 105) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 202 - Italian IV (ITAL 201) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 205 - Accelerated Intermediate Italian (ITAL 102 or ITAL 105) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 301 - Italian V (ITAL 202 or ITAL 205) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 302 - Italian VI (ITAL 301) [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 312 – Advanced Italian Conversation (ITAL 202 or ITAL 205) [Spring]
  • ITAL 341 - Italian Literature I: Middle Ages to Enlightenment (ITAL 302) [Fall]
  • ITAL 342 – Italian Literature II: From Romanticism to The Present (ITAL 302) [Spring]

Japanese

  • JPNS 101 - Japanese I [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • JPNS 102 - Japanese II (JPNS 101) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • JPNS 201 - Japanese III (JPNS102) [Fall, Spring]
  • JPNS 202 – Japanese IV (JPNS 201) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • JPNS 241 - Intro to Japanese Literature (JPNS 201) [Fall]
  • JPNS 301 - Japanese V (JPNS 202) [Fall]
  • JPNS 302 – Japanese VI (JPNS 301) [Spring]
  • JPNS 313 - Intermediate Reading in Japanese I (JPNS 202)
  • JPNS 341 – Japanese Literature I (JPNS 241) [Spring]
  • JPNS 361 - Elementary Survey of Japanese Linguistics (JPNS 202)
  • JPNS 363 – Relationship of Japanese Language & Society (JPNS 202, ENGL 227) [Spring]
  • JPNS 401 - Japanese VII (JPNS 302) [Fall]
  • JPNS 402 – Japanese VIII (JPNS 401) [Spring]
  • JPNS 480 – Japanese Civilization (JPNS 302) [Spring]
  • JPNS 490 - Modern Japanese Masterpiece Novels (JPNS 302) [Fall]
  • JPNS 490 – Japanese Culinary Culture [Spring]

Latin

  • LATN 101 - Latin I [Fall]
  • LATN 102 – Latin II (LATN 101) [Spring]
  • LATN 201 - Latin III (LATN 102) [Fall]
  • LATN 202- Latin IV (LATN 201) [Spring]
  • LATN 343 - Roman Oratory (LATN 202) [Fall]
  • LATN 347 – Roman Comedy (LATN 202) [Spring]
  • LATN 490 - Latin Paleography (LATN 202) [Fall]

Portuguese

  • PTGS 101 - Portuguese I [Fall]
  • PTGS 102 – Portuguese II (PTGS 101) [Spring]
  • PTGS 105 - Accelerated Portuguese [Fall, Spring]
  • PTGS 201 - Portuguese III (PTGS 102) [Fall]
  • PTGS 202 - Portuguese IV (PTGS 201) [Fall, Spring]
  • PTGS 301 – Portuguese V (PTGS 202) [Spring]
  • PTGS 302 – Portuguese VI (PTGS 301) [Spring]

Russian

  • RUSS 101 - Russian I [Fall]
  • RUSS 102 – Russian II (RUSS 101) [Spring]
  • RUSS 111 - Conversation Supplement to Russian I [1 credit] [Fall]
  • RUSS 112 – Conversation Supplement to Russian II (RUSS 101) [1 credit] [Spring]
  • RUSS 201 - Russian III (RUSS 102) [Fall]
  • RUSS 202 – Russian IV (RUSS 201) [Spring]
  • RUSS 211 - Conversation Supplement to Russian III (RUSS 111) [1 credit] [Fall]
  • RUSS 212 – Conversation Supplement to Russian IV (RUSS 211) [1 credit] [Spring]
  • RUSS 301 - Russian V (RUSS 202) [Fall]
  • RUSS 302 – Russian VI (RUSS 301) [Spring]
  • RUSS 401 - Russian VII (RUSS 302) [Fall]
  • RUSS 402 – Russian VIII (RUSS 401) [Spring]
  • RUSS 424 - Business Russian (RUSS 302) [Fall]

Spanish

  • SPAN 101 - Spanish I [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 102 - Spanish II (SPAN 101) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SPAN 112 - Elementary Spanish Conversation [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 201 - Spanish III (SPAN 102) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SPAN 202 - Spanish IV (SPAN 201) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SPAN 212 - Intermediate Spanish Conversation (SPAN 102) [1 credit] [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 241 - Intro to Hispanic Literature (SPAN 202) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 280 - Intro to Latin America and Latino Studies (SPAN 102) [Fall]
  • SPAN 301 - Spanish V (SPAN 202) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 302 - Spanish VI (SPAN 301) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 305 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers (Spanish Placement 5) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 30801 – Advanced Spanish for Heritage Speakers (SPAN 305) [Spring]
  • SPAN 312 - Advanced Spanish Conversation (SPAN 202) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 321 - Intro to Spanish for the Professions (SPAN 202) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 322 - Spanish for the Health Professions (SPAN 301 or SPAN 305) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 341 - Hispanic Literature I: Poetry and Drama (SPAN 241) [Fall]
  • SPAN 342 - Hispanic Literature II: Prose (SPAN 241) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 361 - The Structure of Spanish I: Phonetics and Phonology (SPAN 301) [Fall]
  • SPAN 362 – The Structure of Spanish II: Morphology, Lexicology, Syntax (SPAN 202) [Spring]
  • SPAN 401 - Spanish VII (SPAN 302) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 402 - Spanish VIII (SPAN 401) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 424 - Business Spanish (SPAN 302) [Fall, Spring]
  • SPAN 480 – Spanish Civilization [Spring]
  • SPAN 483 – Latin American Culture [Spring]

Literature

  • AAS 359 - Black Women Writers [Fall]
  • ARAB 239 - Arab Women Writers [Fall, Spring]
  • CLCS 23010 – Survey of Greek Literature in Translation [Spring]
  • ENGL 230 - Great Narrative Works [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 231 - Intro to Literature [Fall]
  • ENGL 232 - Arab Women Writers [Fall]
  • ENGL 232 – Math, Science, & Literature [Spring]
  • ENGL 232 – Tolkien [Spring]
  • ENGL 234 – Ecological Literature [Spring]
  • ENGL 235 – Intro to Drama [Spring]
  • ENGL 237 - Intro to Poetry [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 238 - Intro to Fiction [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ENGL 240 - British Literature I: Beginning to Neoclassical Period [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 241 - British Literature II: Rise of Romanticism to the Modern Period [Fall]
  • ENGL 250 - Great American Books [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 257 - Literature of Black America [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 258 - Nobel Prize Winners in Literature [Fall]
  • ENGL 262 – Greek & Roman Classics [Spring]
  • ENGL 264 - The Bible as Literature [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 266 - World Literature I: Beginning to 1700 [Fall]
  • ENGL 267 - World Literature II: 1700 to Present [Spring]
  • ENGL 279 – The American Short Story in Print & Film [Spring]
  • ENGL 317 - Craft of Poetry from a Writer’s Perspective [Fall]
  • ENGL 339 - 20th Century British Literature [Fall]
  • ENGL 350 - American Literature : Beginnings to 1865 [Fall]
  • ENGL 351 - American Literature II: 1865 to Post-War Period [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 352 - Native American Literature [Fall]
  • ENGL 354 – Asian American Literature [Spring]
  • ENGL 359 - Black Women Writers [Fall]
  • ENGL 360 - Gender and Literature [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ENGL 365 - Literature and Imperialism [Fall]
  • ENGL 366 - Postcolonial Literature [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 373 – Science Fiction & Fantasy [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 377 - Major Modern Poetry [Fall]
  • ENGL 379 - The Short Story [Spring]
  • ENGL 382 - The American Novel [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 389 - Literature for Children [Fall]
  • ENGL 396 – Games & Narrative [Spring]
  • ENGL 396 – Sustainability Studies [Spring]
  • ENGL 396 – Theories of Global Studies [Spring]
  • ENGL 412 – Twenty-First Century Fiction [Spring]
  • ENGL 413 – Tudor Queens in Literature & Film [Spring]
  • ENGL 422 – Shakespeare [Spring]
  • ENGL 466 - Cultural Encounters [Fall, Spring]
  • GER 230 - Myths and Legends: Elves to Elvis [Fall]
  • HIST 400 – Great Books and The Search For Meaning [Spring]
  • RUSS 341 - Russian Literature in the 19th Century [Fall]
  • SPAN 335 - Literature of the Spanish-Speaking Peoples in the USA [Fall]
  • WGSS 499 - Black Women Writers [Fall]

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Medicine

  • CLCS 385 - Science, Medicine, and Magic in the Ancient West [Fall]
  • HIST 36305 – Medicine and Public Health [Spring]
  • PHIL 270 – Biomedical Ethics [Spring]
  • SOC 374 – Medical Sociology [Spring]

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Medieval History

  • HIST 103 - Introduction to the Medieval World [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 302 - History of Medieval Philosophy [Fall, Spring]

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Military Studies/Military Science/ROTC

  • AFT 351 - Air Force Leadership Studies I [Fall]
  • AFT 361 – Air Force Leadership Studies II [Spring]
  • HIST 34901 - World War I [Fall, Summer]
  • HIST 351 - World War II [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • NS 213 – Sea Power & Maritime Affairs [Spring]
  • NS 214 - Fundamentals of Leadership [Fall]
  • NS 413 - Naval Leadership, Management, and Ethics [Fall, Spring]
  • NS 440 – Amphibious Warfare & Leadership [Spring]
  • POL 237 - Modern Weapons and International Relations [Fall, Spring]
  • POL 430 - The Iraq Wars (POL 130) [Fall]

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Movies

  • CHNS 330 – Chinese Cinema [Spring]
  • ENGL 276 - Shakespeare on Film [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 286 - The Movies [Fall]
  • ENGL 386 - History of Film to 1938 [Fall]
  • ENG 387 – History of Film 1938 to Present [Spring]
  • ENGL 396 - History of Alternative Film Making [Fall]
  • GER 330 – German Cinema [Spring]
  • ITAL 330 - Italian Cinema [Fall, Spring]
  • ITAL 333 – The Spirit of Italian Comedy [Spring]
  • ITAL 335 – Italian-American Cinema [Spring]
  • ITAL 493 – Mafia and the Movies [Spring]
  • JPNS 330 – Japanese Cinema [Spring]
  • JPNS 490 - Japanese B Movies and Documentary Films [Fall]
  • PSY 392 - Social Psychology and Film (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • RUSS 330 - Russian and Eastern European Cinema [Fall]
  • SPAN 330 – Spanish & Latin American Cinema [Spring]

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Music

  • AAS 491 - African American Choral Foundations [Fall]
  • HIST 371 - Society, Culture, and Rock & Roll [Fall, Summer]
  • MUSC 250 - Music Appreciation [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • MUSC 261 - Fundamentals of Music [Fall, Spring]
  • MUSC 361 - Music Theory I [Fall, Spring]
  • MUSC 362 - Music Theory II (MUSC 361) [Fall]
  • MUSC 363 – Music Theory III (MUSC 362) [Spring]
  • MUSC 376 - World Music [Fall]
  • MUSC 378 - Jazz History [Fall, Spring]
  • MUSC 382 – Music History II MUSC 361) [Spring]

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Native American Culture/History

  • ANTH 379 – Native American Cultures [Spring]
  • ENGL 352 - Native American Literature [Fall]
  • HIST 377 - Native American History & Culture [Fall, Spring]

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Personal Growth/Leadership

  • CSR 342 - Personal Finance [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • EDPS 235 - Learning and Motivation [Fall, Spring]
  • EDPS 315 - Collaborative Leadership: Listening [Fall, Spring]
  • EDPS 316 - Collaborative Leadership: Cross-Cultural Settings [Fall, Spring]
  • EDPS 317: Collaborative Leadership: Mentoring [Fall, Spring]
  • GS 100 - Reading, Writing, and Speaking for International Students I [Fall, Spring]
  • GS 101 - Reading, Writing, and Speaking for International Students II [Fall, Spring]
  • OLS 274 - Applied Leadership [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • OLS 284 - Leadership Principles [Fall, Summer]
  • OLS 386 – Leadership for Organization, Change, and Innovation [Summer]
  • PHIL 120 - Critical Thinking [Fall, Spring]

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Philosophy

  • PHIL 110 - Intro to Philosophy [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 111 – Ethics [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 114 - Global Moral Issues [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 120 - Critical Thinking [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 150 - Principles of Logic [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 206 - Philosophy of Religion [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 207 – Ethics for Technology, Engineering, and Design [Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 219 - Intro to Existentialism [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 223 - Fate and Free Will [Fall]
  • PHIL 225 - Philosophy and Gender [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 230 - Religions of the East [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 231 - Religions of the West [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 240 - Social and Political Philosophy [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 242 - Philosophy, Culture, and the African American Experience [Fall]
  • PHIL 260 - Philosophy and Law [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 270 – Biomedical Ethics [Spring]
  • PHIL 275 - Philosophy of Art [Fall]
  • PHIL 280 - Ethics and Animals [Fall]
  • PHIL 290 – Environmental Ethics [Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 293 – Philosophy of Disability [Spring]
  • PHIL 301 - Ancient Philosophy [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 302 - History of Medieval Philosophy [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 303 - History of Modern Philosophy [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 304 – 19th Century Philosophy [Spring]
  • PHIL 350 – Philosophy and Probability [Spring]
  • PHIL 411 – Modern Ethical Theory (PHIL 111) [Spring]
  • PHIL 421 – Philosophy of Science (PHIL 150) [Spring]
  • PHIL 425 – Metaphysics (1 of: PHIL 110, PHIL 301, PHIL 302, PHIL 303) [Spring]
  • PHIL 490 - Moral Psychology and Environment [Fall]

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Psychology

  • PSY 120 - Elementary Psychology [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 200 - Intro to Cognitive Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 201 - Intro to Statistics in Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 222 - Intro to Behavioral Neuroscience (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 235 - Child Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 239 - Psychology of Women (PSY 120) [Fall, Summer]
  • PSY 240 - Intro to Social Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 272 - Intro to Industrial/Organizational Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 292 - Intro to Clinical Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 292 – Intro to Neuropsychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring]
  • PSY 310 - Sensory and Perceptual Processes (PSY 120, PSY 200, PSY 201) [Fall, Spring]
  • PSY 311 - Human Memory (PSY 120, PSY 200) [Fall]
  • PSY 314 - Intro to Learning (PSY 120, PSY 203) [Fall]
  • PSY 324 – Intro to Cognitive Neuroscience (PSY 200) [Spring]
  • PSY 335 - Stereotyping and Prejudice (PSY 120, PSY 240) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 337 - Social Cognition (PSY 120, PSY 240) [Fall]
  • PSY 342 – Psychology of Personality (PSY 120) [Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 350 - Abnormal Psychology (PSY 120) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • PSY 367 - Adult Development and Aging (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • PSY 392 – Attention & Cognitive Control (PSY 200) [Spring]
  • PSY 392 – Close Relationships (PSY 120, PSY 240) [Spring]
  • PSY 392 - Parapsychology and Psychic Claims (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • PSY 392 – Psychology of Helping (PSY 201, PSY 203, PSY 240) [Spring]
  • PSY 392 - Science of Happiness (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • PSY 392 - Social Psychology and Film (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • PSY 392 - Understanding Autism (6 credits of PSY) [Fall]
  • PSY 421 – Alcohol Use & Disorders (PSY 222) [Spring]
  • PSY 422 - Genes and Behavior (PSY 120, PSY 222) [Fall]
  • PSY 429 - Hormones and Behavior (PSY 120, PSY 222) [Spring]

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Professional Skill Building

  • COM 314 - Advanced Presentational Speaking (COM 114 or COM 217) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 315 - Speech Communication of Technical Information [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 318 - Principles of Persuasion [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 320 - Small Group Communication [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 324 - Intro to Organizational Communication [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 325 - Interviewing: Principles and Practice [Fall, Spring
  • COM 374 - Social Interaction Skills: Assessment and Development (COM 212) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 411 - Communication and Social Networks [Fall]
  • COM 415 - Discussion of Technical Problems (COM 114 or COM 217) [Fall, Spring]
  • COM 435 - Communication and Emerging Technologies [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 424 - Writing for High Technology Industries (ENGL 309) [Fall]

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Religion

  • CLCS 386 – Ancient Greek Religion [Spring]
  • ENGL 264 - The Bible as Literature [Fall, Spring]
  • HIST 302 - Muslim Women in History [Fall]
  • HIST 31905 – Christianity in the Golden Age [Spring]
  • JWST 330 – Intro to Jewish Studies [Spring, Summer]
  • PHIL 206 - Philosophy of Religion [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 230 - Religions of the East [Fall, Spring]
  • PHIL 231 - Religions of the West [Fall, Spring]
  • REL 200 – Intro to the Study of Religion [Fall, Spring]
  • REL 204 – Intro to Christian Theology [Spring]
  • REL 230 – Religions of the East [Fall, Spring]
  • REL 231 – Religions of the West [Fall, Spring]
  • REL 317 – Ancient Judaism & Early Christianity [Fall]
  • REL 318 – The Bible & Early Interpretations [Spring]
  • REL 351 – Christian Mysticism [Fall]
  • SOC 367 - Religion in America [Fall, Spring]

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Science

  • ANTH 204 - Intro to Biological Anthropology and Human Evolution [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ANTH 335 - Primate Behavior (ANTH 204 or BIOL 110) [Fall]
  • ANTH 336 - Human Variation [Fall]
  • ANTH 436 – Human Evolution (ANTH 204 or BIOL 110) [Spring]
  • CLCS 385 - Science, Medicine, and Magic in the Ancient West [Fall]
  • COM 217 - Science Writing and Presentation [Fall, Spring]
  • EAPS 301 - Oil ! [Fall, Spring]
  • EAPS 375 - Fossil Fuels, Energy, and Society [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ENGL 232 – Math, Science, & Literature [Spring]
  • ENGL 234 – Ecological Literature [Spring]
  • HIST 350 – Science & Society in the 20th Century [Summer]
  • HIST 387 – History of the Space Age [Spring]
  • HIST 494 – Science and Technology in American Civilization [Spring]
  • PHIL 270 – Biomedical Ethics [Spring]
  • PHIL 350 – Philosophy and Probability [Spring]
  • PHIL 421 – Philosophy of Science (PHIL 150) [Spring]
  • POL 429 - Science, Technology, and Society [Fall, Spring]

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Sociology

  • SOC 100 - Intro to Sociology [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SOC 220 - Social Problems [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SOC 275 – Social Gerontology [Summer]
  • SOC 310 – Racial & Ethnic Diversity [Spring, Summer]
  • SOC 320 - Social and Ethnic Diversity [Fall]
  • SOC 324 - Criminology (SOC 100) [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 326 - Social Conflict and Criminal Justice [Fall]
  • SOC 328 - Criminal Justice [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 338 – Global Social Movements [Spring]
  • SOC 340 - Social Psychology [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 350 - Social Psychology of Marriage [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 352 - Drugs, Culture, and Society [Fall]
  • SOC 356 - Hate and Violence [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 367 - Religion in America [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 374 – Medical Sociology [Spring]
  • SOC 382 - Intro to Statistics in Sociology [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SOC 383 - Intro to Research Methods in Sociology [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 391 - Sociology in Mental Health (SOC 100) [Fall]
  • SOC 402 - Sociological Theory (9 credits in SOC) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • SOC 411 - Social Stratification (SOC 100) [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 419 - Sociology of Law (SOC 100) [Fall, Spring]
  • SOC 426 - Social Deviance and Control (SOC 100) [Fall]
  • SOC 429 - Sociology of Protest (SOC 100) [Fall]
  • SOC 450 - Gender Roles in Modern Society [Fall, Spring]

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Sports

  • AMST 301 – Feminism in Sports Contexts [Spring]
  • AAS 371 - African American Experience: The Black Athlete [Fall, Spring]
  • ECON 325 - Economics of Sports (ECON 251, ECON 252) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • HIST 211 – World Soccer & Global History [Spring]
  • HIST 302 - History of Sports in America [Fall, Spring]

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Women’s Studies/Sexuality Studies

  • AAS 370 - Black Women Rising [Fall]
  • AMST 301 – Feminism in Sports Contexts [Spring]
  • ANTH 482 - Sexual Diversity in Global Perspectives (ANTH 282 or WGSS 282) [Fall]
  • CLS 237 – Gender and Sexuality in Greek & Roman Antiquity [Spring]
  • ENGL 396 – Women & Games: Design, Development, and Play [Summer]
  • HDFS 330 - Sexuality and Family Life (HDFS201, HDFS210) [Fall, Spring]
  • HIST 302 - Muslim Women in History [Fall]
  • HIST 31505 - American Beauty [Fall]
  • HIST 47005 - Women and Health in America [Fall]
  • HIST 488 – History of Sexual Regulation in the USA [Spring]
  • PHIL 225 - Philosophy and Gender [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 222 - Women, Politics, and Society [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • POL 360 – Women & The Law [Spring]
  • PSY 239 - Psychology of Women (PSY 120) [Fall, Summer]
  • SOC 450 - Gender Roles in Modern Society [Fall, Spring]
  • WGSS 280 - Intro to Women’s Studies [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • WGSS 281 - Arab Women Writers [Fall]
  • WGSS 282 - Intro to LGBT Studies [Fall, Spring]
  • WGSS 380 - Gender and Multiculturalism [Fall]
  • WGSS 390 - American Beauty [Fall]
  • WGSS 390 – Feminism in Sports Contexts [Spring]
  • WGSS 390 - Gender Revolution in Modern America [Fall]
  • WGSS 390 – Queens in Early Modern Europe [Spring]
  • WGSS 482 - Scholarship on Lesbian and Gay Issues (one of: WGSS 280, WGSS 282, WGSS 380) [Fall]
  • WGSS 480 – Feminist Theory (WGSS 280) [Spring]
  • WGSS 499 - Black Women Writers [Fall]
  • WGSS 499 - Muslim Women in History [Fall]

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Writing

  • ENGL 203 – Intro to Research for Professional Writers [Spring]
  • ENGL 205 - Intro to Creating Writing (ENGL 106) [Fall, Spring, Summer]
  • ENGL 304 – Advanced Composition (ENGL 106) [Spring]
  • ENGL 306 – Intro to Professional Writing (ENGL 106) [Spring]
  • ENGL 308 – Computer-Aided Publishing (ENGL 106) [Spring]
  • ENGL 316 – Craft of Fiction [Spring]
  • ENGL 407 - Intro to Poetry Writing (ENGL 205) [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 409 - Intro to Fiction Writing (ENGL 205) [Fall, Spring]
  • ENGL 420 – Business Writing (ENGL 106) [Spring, Summer]
  • ENGL 424 - Writing for High Technology Industries (ENGL 309) [Fall]

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