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Approved Electives

Humanities and Social Science Elective Guidelines and Requirements

Undergraduate Requirements

All Swanson School of Engineering undergraduates must complete at least six humanities and social science elective courses from the School’s list of approved courses in order to satisfy Swanson School of Engineering and ABET accreditation requirements for breadth and depth. In order to meet these standards, all Engineering undergraduate students must fulfill the following requirements when choosing their six elective classes:

 

Depth Requirement

  • Students must complete two or more courses (only one of which can be an introductory course designated by an asterisk [*]) from one of the following departments or programs within the School of Arts and Sciences.
  • A student may also satisfy the Depth Requirement by completing two or more courses with a related theme, e.g. courses that focus on a geographic region, historic period, or ideological perspective.

Breadth Requirement

  • Students must select courses from at least three different School of Arts and Sciences humanities and social science departments.
  • Students must choose classes from both humanities and social science departments.

Departmental Requirements

  • It is important to note that some of the Engineering majors have additional guidelines for selecting the six humanities and social science elective requirements. Students are responsible for checking with their departments for any supplemental requirements.

 

Elective Course Approval

The humanities and social science courses listed below satisfy the Swanson School of Engineering’s requirements. However, students may petition the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to have a course added to the list of approved courses. Courses that are deemed sufficiently relevant and academically appropriate generally are approved. Broad survey courses (typically below the 100 level that are generally taught in large lecture sections) are usually not approved. Skills courses (courses that focus more on acquiring a skill than on conveying intellectual knowledge) are also usually not approved.

 

Notes and Restrictions on Selecting Electives

  • No more than two of the required six elective courses can be satisfied via high school Advanced Placement credits.
  • If a student has obtained elective credit from a community college prior to enrolling in the Swanson School of Engineering, no more than three of the six elective courses can be satisfied via community college credit.
  • Courses that are cross-listed with other departments may be taken under either course number (i.e. ANTH 1524 is equivalent to HAA 1650) and may be used to satisfy the depth requirement in either department.
  • All Swanson School of Engineering students must also complete at least one “W”-designated course in which the “W” indicates that a course has a substantial writing component as approved by the School of Arts and Sciences. Students should refer to the Registrar’s website each term to determine whether a course is being offered as a “W”-designated course. Under General Education requirements (right side), select "W - Writing Intensive" and then choose the semester you are inquiring about.

    Every School of Arts and Sciences department offers “W”-designated courses, which may or may not satisfy Swanson School of Engineering humanities or social science requirements.
  • Students are strongly encouraged to use language courses to partially satisfy the humanities and social science elective requirements. Three out of five, or six out of ten, first-year language course credits are acceptable toward fulfilling the humanities and social science requirements. However, the following restrictions apply:

    1. The language(s) must be other than English

    2. The language(s) must be other than the student’s mother tongue

    3. The course(s) must be a bona fide language course

  • No more than two of the required six elective courses can be satisfied by language courses.

Approved Course Listing

Only an officially listed School of Arts and Sciences course may be used to fulfill a humanities and social science requirement. Courses from the College of General Studies (including External Studies courses), the College of Business Administration, or the School of Information Sciences cannot be used to fulfill the humanities and social science requirements.

These courses may be used to satisfy a free or open elective requirement, though students should always discuss these courses with an Academic Advisor before selecting and registering for such a course.

Only A&S courses are acceptable. CGS courses that are not acceptable include Administration of Justice courses and all courses designated as self-paced (self), online (www) or hybrid online (hybrid). None of these courses will count as fulfilling H/SS requirements.

Most courses at or above the 100-level by the following departments have been approved as acceptable to satisfy the humanities and social science elective requirements (see below for detailed list of approved courses):

Africana Studies, Anthropology, Bioethics, Chinese, Classics, Communication, East Asian Studies, Economics, English Literature, English Writing, Film Studies, German, Greek, History, History and Philosophy of Science, History of Art and Architecture, Italian, Japanese, Jewish Studies, Korean, Latin, Linguistics, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Music, Philosophy, Polish, Political Science, Portuguese, Religious Studies, Russian, Slavic, Slovak, Sociology, Spanish, Ukrainian, Urban Studies, and Women's Studies.

Certain courses from the departments of Music, Psychology, Studio Arts, and Theatre Arts may also be acceptable. See below for a comprehensive list of Swanson School of Engineering-approved humanities and social science courses from the School of Arts and Sciences.

Course Options

Africana Studies, American Sign Language, Anthropology, Arabic, ARTSC, Chinese, Classics, Communication, Economics, English Composition, English Literature/English Film, English Writing, Film Studies, Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, Geography, German, Greek, Hindi, History, History and Philosophy of Science, History of Art and Architecture, Honors, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Jewish Studies, Korean, Latin, Less Commonly Taught Languages, Linguistics, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Music, Persian, Philosophy, Polish, Political Science, Portuguese, Psychology, Religious Studies, Russian, Quechua, School of Arts and Sciences, Slavic, Slovak, Sociology, Spanish, Studio Arts, Swahili, Swedish, Theater Arts, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urban Studies, and Vietnamese

Africana Studies—Social Science

0025 Yoruba 1

0031 Introduction to Africana Studies

0150 Intro. to African American Literature

0242 Africana Urban Woman

0311* Intro. to African American Family

0313 Black Church (RS 0417)

0316 Intro. to the African American Theater

0318* History of Africa Before 1800 (HIST 0795)

0385 Caribbean History (HIST 0521)

0454 Man/Woman Literature

0515* African American Politics

0517 Intro. to African American Poetry

0522* Intro. to African Literature (ENGLIT 0572)

0523 Swahili 1 (LING 0501)

0524 Swahili 2 (LING 0502)

0535 Antebellum African American Women

0536 20th C. African American Women's History

0586 African Civilization & Culture

0629 Afro-American History I (HIST 0670)

0630 Afro-American History II (HIST 0671)

0787 Black Consciousness

0788 Contemporary Africana Films

1011 Rise of Modern Pan-African Movement

1012 Early 20th Century Black Social Movement

1030 Introduction to African Politics

1036 Black Literature

1039 History of Caribbean Slavery

1137 19th Century African American History

1240 African Literature and Society

1309 Women of Africa & the African Diaspora

1310 Cultures of Africa

1331 African Liberation Movements (PS 1353)

1347 Francophone Africana Lit. (FR 1089)

1349 Contemporary Caribbean Literature

1353 Comparative Dance Expression

1402 African American Child Development

1415 Race and Religion in America (HIST 1604, RELGST 1415)

1656 History of Africa since 1800 (HIST 1796)

1661 Political Economy of Africa

1704 Africana World Literature

1710 African American Health Issues

1725 Social and Health Issues in East Africa (ANTHRO 1725)

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American Sign Language - Humanities

Language

0101 American Sign Language 1

0102 American Sign Language 2

0103 American Sign Language 3

0104 American Sign Language 4

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Anthropology—Social Science

0534 Prehistory of European Civilization

0536 Meso America before Cortez

0538 The Archaeologist Looks at Death

0582 Introduction to Archeology

0620 Biocultural Anthropology

0630 Forensic Anthropology: An Introduction

0645 Introduction to Human Biology

0655 Sociobiology

0669 Sex & Evolution

0680 Introduction to Physical Anthropology

0681 Introduction to Human Evolution

0710 Special topics in Cultural Anthropology

0715 Anthropology of Latin America

0768 Human Sexuality in Cross Culture

0780 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

1443 American Indian Languages (LING 1443)

1447 Language, Culture, and Society

1448 Aztec Language and Culture (LING 1448)

1466 Topics in Anthropological Linguistics (LING 1466)

1480 Aging & Death

1510 Survey of World Prehistory

1522 Europe in Later Prehistory

1524 Chinese Archaeology (HA&A 1650)

1525 Eastern North American Archaeology

1528 South American Archaeology

1530 Origin of Cities

1535 Basic Archeological Field Training

1539 Ancient Maya

1540 Special Topics in Archaeology

1544 Ancient Civilizations

1549 Warfare in Archaeology & Ethnology

1591 Historical Archaeology 

1601 Structure and Function (UHC)

1606 Fossil and Living Primates

1618 Evolutionary Psychology

1683 North American Indian Traditional Culture (HIST 1683)

1710 Philosophy of Anthropology (HPS 1610, PHIL 1630)

1725 Social and Health Issues in East Africa (AFRCNA 1725)

1729 Brazil (HIST 1522)

1737 Special Topics: Sex, Race, and Popular Culture

1737 Special Topics: Politics and Gender of Food

1738 Gender Perspectives in Anthropology

1745 Urban Poverty Cultural Implication

1748 Cultures of South America

1749 Cognition and Culture

1752 Anthropology of Food

1753 North American Indians

1754 Culture Regions of the United States

1755 Urban Anthropology

1756 Economic Anthropology

1757 Social Organization

1759 Chinese Society

1760 Anthropology of Law (UHC)

1761 Patients and Healers

1762 Human Ecology

1764 Cultures & Societies of India

1768 Cultures & Societies of Eastern Europe

1771 Religion and Culture (RELGST 1720)

1772 Anthropology of Women

1773 Cultures of Mesoamerica

1775 Applied Anthropology

1776 Myth, Symbol, & Ritual (RELGST 1610)

1777 American Culture

1780 Introduction to Anthropology

1782 Social Stratification & Expressive Culture

1784 Japanese Society

1785 Comparative Legal Systems

1786 Cultures of the Pacific

1787 Special Topics in Anthropology: Community Health in Tanzania (MUST be 3 or more credits; and other Special Topics for ANTH 1787 require approval)

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Arabic - Humanities

Language

0101 Modern Standard Arabic 1 / Egyptian 1

0102 Modern Standard Arabic 2 / Egyptian 2

0103 Modern Standard Arabic 3 / Egyptian 3

0104 Modern Standard Arabic 4 / Egyptian 4

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ARTSC—Social Sciences

0150 Intro to Global Studies

1501 Seminar: Latin America

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Chinese—Humanities

Language

0001 First Year Chinese 1

0002 First Year Chinese 2

0003 Second Year Chinese 1

0004 Second Year Chinese 2

0011 First Year Reading 1

0012 First Year Reading 2

0013 Second Year Reading 1

0014 Second Year Reading 2

0025 Basic Chinese 1 Speaking

0026 Basic Chinese 2 Speaking

0081 East Asia in the World

1005 Third Year Chinese 1

1020 Third Year Reading

1021 Third Year Chinese 2

1050 Fourth Year Reading

1089 The World of China

1090 Great Minds of China

1901 Independent Study

Culture

0007 Introduction to Chinese Civilization and Culture

0082 Hong Kong Cinema

0085 Revolution, Involution and Identity in Modern Chinese Culture

1030 Readings in Contemporary Literature 1

1031 Readings in Contemporary Literature 2

1040 Literary Chinese 1 Classical

1041 Literary Chinese 2 Classical

1047 Chinese & Western Poetry (ENGLIT 1730)

1065 Sources on East Asia

1083 Masterpieces of Chinese Lit.: Premodern

1084 Masterpieces of Chinese Lit. and Film

1088 New Chinese Cinema

1089 The World of China

1090 Great Minds of China

1091 Encountering Modern China

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Classics—Humanities

0010 Greek Civilization

0020 Roman Civilization

0030 Mythology in the Ancient World (RELGST 0083)

0032 Athletics of the Ancient World

0034 Women and Men in Ancient Mediterranean (HIST 0788)

0035 Women and Men in Ancient Mediterranean (if taken with CLASS 0034, fulfills W requirement)

0050 Ancient Art

0100 Masterpiece Greek & Roman Lit. (UHC)

0300 History of Ancient Philosophy (PHIL 0200)

0330 Myth & Science (HPS 0437)

0400 Ancient Empires

0618 Death in the Ancient World

1060 Greek and Latin Elements in English

1022 The Augustan Age

1130 Classical Mythology and Lit. (RELGST 1144)

1140 Greek Tragedy

1142 Ancient Epic

1144 Greek and Roman Lyric Poetry

1162 The Classical Tradition (UHC)

1210 Greek History (HIST 1783)

1216 Alexander—Hellenistic Age (HIST 1788)

1220 Roman History (HIST 1781)

1230 Emergence of Greco-Roman Civilization (UHC) (HIST 1782)

1312 Plato (PHIL 1020)

1314 Aristotle (PHIL 1040)

1316 Hellenistic Philosophy (UHC) (PHIL 1060)

1390 Topics in Ancient Philosophy

1430 Origins of Christianity (RS 1120, HIST 1775)

1432 Var. Early Christianity (RS 1130, HIST 1776)

1434 Dualism in the Ancient World (RS 1140)

1450 Classical Judaism (RELGST 1210/JS 1210)

1524 Roman Architecture (HA&A 1160)

1710 Sanskrit I (RS 1512)

1720 Sanskrit 2 (RS 1514)

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Communication—Social Sciences

0300 Communication Process

0310 Rhetorical Process

0320 Mass Communication Process

0500 Argument

0530 Interpersonal Communication

0540 Discussion

1103 Rhetoric and Culture

1104 Political Communication

1105 Television and Society

1106 Small Group Communication

1111 Theories of Persuasion

1122 Media Criticism

1123 Rhetorical Criticism

1148 Rhetoric and Human Rights

1160 Visual Rhetoric

1161 Communication Ethics

1730 Communicating World Culture through Film (Honors)

1731 Special Topics in Rhetoric

1732 Special Topics in Mass Communication

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Economics—Social Sciences

0100* Introduction to Microeconomic Theory

0110* Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory

0120* Introductory Economic Theory (UHC)

0140 Radical Political Economy

0160 Introduction to Econometrics (W sections only)

0200 Game Theory Principles

0220 Introduction to Health Economics

0230 Public Finance 1

0280 Introduction to Money and Banking

0330 Urban Economics

0360 Intro. to Environ. & Resource Economics

0400 Labor and the Economy

0430 Women in the Labor Market

0450 Economics of Technological Change

0460 Sports Economics

0470 Industrial Organization

0480 Consumer Economics

0490 Transportation Economics

0500 Introduction to International Economics

0520 Comparative Economic Systems

0530 Economics of Underdeveloped Areas

0630 East Asia's Dynamic Economies

0640 Economics of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

0700 Economics of Information Sci. (UHC)

0800 Introduction to Economics

0810 Consumer Economics

0820 Regulated Industries

1010 American Economic History (HIST 1645)

1030 European Economic History (HIST 1145)

1050 Socialism vs. Capitalism (HIST 1045)

1070 History of Economic Thought 1 (UHC)

1080 History of Economic Thought 2 (UHC)

1100 Intermediate Microeconomics

1110 Intermediate Macroeconomics

1210 Microeconomics

1230 Intermediate Public Finance

1260 Intermediate Micro/Business Economics

1280 Monetary Theory and Policy

1300 Introduction to Regional Economics

1320 Urban Economics

1390 Work, Self, and Society (UHC)

1400 Theory of Labor Unions

1410 Collective Bargaining

1420 Labor Economics

1440 Economics of Corporate Finance

1470 Industrial Organization 2

1480 Government Regulation of Business

1500 Intermediate International Trade

1530 Development Economics

1580 Economic Growth, Public Health & Demography

1590 Peoples and Resources of USSR and East Europe

1610 Latin American Economic Development

1620 Economic Development in Socialist Cuba

1630 Economic Development of China

1640 Japanese Economic Growth

1670 Economies of USSR and East Europe

1700 Prosem Methodology of Economics

1710 Prosem International Economics

1720 Prosem Monetary and Macroeconomics

1905 Special Topics

1960 Politics and Economics of Public Policy (UHC) (PS 1682)

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English Composition—Humanities

0410 Writing in the Legal Profession

0420 Writing for the Public

0440 Critical Writing

0450 Research Writing

0510 Narratives of the Workplace

0515 Persuasive Writing- Advertising and Fundraising

0520 Integrating Writing and Design

0550 Topics in Public/Professional Writing

0600 Introduction to Technical Writing

0610 Composing Digital Media

0620 Theories of Writing and Teaching

1100 Language of Business and Industry

1101 Language of Science and Technology

1103 Public Relations Writing

1111 Professional Writing in Global Contexts

1220 The Art of the Essay

1400 Grant and Proposal Writing

1510 Grammar and Style

1552 The Uses of Literacy

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English Literature/English Film—Humanities

0066 Literature and Society (Greensburg Campus)

0300 Introduction to Literature

0310* The Dramatic Imagination

0315* Reading Poetry

0320* The Comic Idea

0321 Forms of Prose

0325 Short Story in Context

0331 Great Books

0350* Literature, Tradition and the New

0354* Words & Images

0355 Visual Literacy

0360* Women and Literature

0365 Literature and the Contemporary

0370* Literature & Ideas

0380 Slovak Transatlantic Cultures

0399 Narrative and Technology (new course number 0512)

0400 Introduction to Film

0500 Introduction to Critical Reading

0505 Lectures in Literature / How to Do Things with Literature 1

0512 Narrative and Technology (formerly 0399)

0515 Contemporary African American Poetry

0520 Film Theory

0530 Film Analysis

0532 Introduction to Film Genres

0540 World Film History

0550 Introduction to Popular Culture

0560 Children and Culture

0562 Childhood's Books

0570 American Literary Traditions

0573 Literature of the Americas

0580 Introduction to Shakespeare

0590 Formative Masterpieces

0597 Bible as Literature

0610 Women and Literature

0615 Black Literature

0625 Detective Fiction

0626 Science Fiction

0627 Literature of Sports

0628 Working Class Literature

0629 The Wild West

0635 New Literature

0636 The Gothic Imagination

0640 Allegory

0641 Tragedy

0642 Comedy

0643 Satire

0644 Myth and Folktale

0645 Fantasy and Romance

0646 Apocalypse

0647 Harry Potter: Blood, Power, Culture

1020 History of Literary Criticism (UHC)

1028 Literature and Psychoanalysis

1100 Medieval Imagination

1105 Middle English Literature

1115 Chaucer

1125 Renaissance in England

1128 Women in Shakespeare

1132 Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama

1150 Enlightenment to Revolution

1153 British Drama: Restor. to WW1

1154 18th-Century Novel

1175 19th-Century British Literature

1180 Victorian Literature

1181 Victorian Novel

1199 Topics in British Literature: Ideas of Nation and National Character in Scottish Literature

1200 American Literature to 1860

1210 The American Renaissance

1220 Emerg. of Modern America 1860–1914

1240 Topics in American Literature (UHC)

1250 20th-Century American Literature

1255 American Theater (THEA 1350)

1272 Roaring Twenties

1300 Realist Tradition

1310 The European Novel

1325 The Modernist Tradition

1360 Topics in 20th-Century Literature

1370 Makers of Modern Drama

1372 Contemporary Drama

1380 World Literature in English

1390 Contemporary Film

1391 Making the Feature

1470 Film Directors

1472 Hitchcock's Films

1482 The Star System

1485 Film and Politics

1551 Introduction to the English Language

1552 History of the English Language

1578 Fantasy Writers

1579 Tolkien & Lewis

1587 Utopian Literature

1610 Topics in Genre

1611 Development of the Novel

1640 Literature for Children

1645 Critical Approach to Children's Lit

1680 Animation

1681 Film Comedy

1695 Horror Film

1699 Science Fiction Film

1703 Gender and Film

1730 Chinese And Western Poetry

1731 Topics in Ethnic Literature

1732 The Immigrant Experience

1738 Irish Literature

1752 Television Analysis

1756 Ballads and Blues

1760 Topics in Popular Culture

1790 Film & Literature

1797 Bible as Literature 2

1830 Film as Literature

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English Writing—Humanities

0050 Introduction to Creative Writing

0400 Introduction to Creative Writing

0520 Introduction to Fiction Writing

0530 Introduction to Poetry Writing

0550 Fundamentals of News Reporting

0560 Screenwriting and Narrative

0610 Introduction to Journalism and Non-Fiction

0650 Readings in Journalism: Writing and Reading Your Way Through the Digital Landscape

1010 Intermediate Fiction

1092 - 1200 Writer's Journals

1200 The Travelers Journal

1210 Poetry Workshop

1339 Topics in Non-Fiction: Newspaper

1393 Sports Writing

1394 Science Writing

1401 Topics in Non-Fiction: Magazine

1403 Topics in Non-Fiction: Electronic Media

1510 Advanced Poetry

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Film Studies—Humanities

1132 Screenwriter's Workshop 1

1390 Contemporary Film

1695 Horror Film

French—Humanities

Language

0001 Elementary French 1

0002 Elementary French 2

0003 Intermediate French 1

0004 Intermediate French 2

0006 Special Topics in Conversation and Culture

0007 Intensive French for Reading 1

0008 Intensive French for Reading 2

0020 France in the 20th Century

0055 French Conversation

0056 Written French 1

0057 Written French 2

Culture

0020 Intro to French Civilization

0021 Approaches to French Literature

0080 Modern French Novel

0081 French Theater

0085 French Film—1930–1960

0100 French for the Professions 1

0200 French for the Professions 2

1001 Poetry

1014 18th Century Topics

1018 20th Century Topics

1032 Stylistic

1050 French Civilization I

1052 Special Topics in French Civilization: Global French

1059 20th-Century French Civilization

1072 Representing Justice

1084 Politics in Modern French Literature

1089 Francophone Africana Literature

2402 17th/18th Century French Culture

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Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

0030 Women and Society

0100 Intro to Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

0200 Sex, Race, and Popular Culture

0300 Special Topics (Sex, Race, and Popular Culture)

0500 Introduction to Feminist Theory

0550 Sex and Sexualities

1140 Special Topics: Sexuality and the Body

1140 Special Topics: Politics and Gender of Food

1140 Special Topics: Transgender Studies

1170 Queer Theory

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Geography—Humanities

0210 Physical Geography

0810 Earth and People

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German—Humanities

Language

0001 Elementary German 1

0002 Elementary German 2

0003 Intermediate German 1

0004 Intermediate German 2

0021 German Reading 1

0101 Beginning German

1000 Reading Literary Texts

1001 German Writing

1002 German Phonetics

1003 Professional German 1

1004 Professional German 2 - German Business World

1101 Advanced German 1 - Media

1102 Advanced German 2 - Structures

Culture

1005 German Media

1052 The Major Cultural Periods

1106 German Cultural History

1220 Literature and Culture 1750–1830

1228 Literature and Culture 1830–1890

1252 Current Literature and Culture

1384 Film and Fascism

1410 Kafka and the Modern World (UHC)

1490 Special Topics

1500 Germanic Myths, Legends, and Sagas

1502 Indo-European Folktales

1508 The German Search for Order

1510 Kafka and the Modern World

1520 Hitler 's Germany

1522 Germany Today

1528 Vienna

1530 Weimar Culture

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Greek—Humanities

Language

0010 Beginning Ancient Greek 1

0011 Beginning Ancient Greek 1

0020 Beginning Ancient Greek 2

0021 Beginning Ancient Greek 2

0210 Intermediate Greek: Prose

0220 Intermediate Greek: Verse

0231 Modern Greek 1

0232 Modern Greek 2

0233 Modern Green 3

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Hindi - Humanities

Language

0101 Hindi 1

0102 Hindi 2

0103 Hindi 3

0104 Hindi 4

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History—Social Science

0042 Sociology of Revolution (SOC 0356)

0100 Western Civilization I

0101 Western Civilization II

0123 UHC Western Civilization 1

0126 French Revolution (SOC 0386)

0139 Viking Age Scandinavia

0150 History of Modern Ireland

0175 Inquisitions (RELGST 0335, M&RST 0025)

0187 World War II—Europe

0190 The Dictators

0200 East Europe Civilization

0220 Polish Modern History

0300 Russia to 1860

0301 Russia to 1917

0302 Soviet Russia

0400 Traditional East Asia to 1850

0401 Modern East Asian Civilizations

0402 History of East Asia

0403 History of Modern Southeast Asia: Colonial Era to Present

0430 Japan & The West, 1600 - Pres

0475 Religion and Culture in East Asia

0487 World War II in Asia

0500 Colonial Latin America

0501 Modern Latin America

0502 Afro-Latin America

0521 Caribbean History (AFRCNA 0085)

0600 U.S. to 1877

0601 U.S. 1865 to Present

1610 United States Colonial

1653 - 1200 Cold War America in the World

0670 Afro-Amer. History I (AFRCNA 0029)

0671 Afro-Amer. History II (AFRCNA 0030)

0673 Jewish and Black History (JS 0285)

0675 Religion Early America (RELGST 0405)

0676 Religion Modern America (RELGST 0415)

0678 U.S. and Holocaust (JS 0283, RELGST 0283)

0685 U.S. Foreign Relations

0687 US in the Middle East

0688 American Way of War

0700 World History

0751 Ancient Worlds

0755 Religion in Asia (RS 0505)

0756 Intro to Islamic Civilization

0788 Women and Men in Ancient Medit. (CLASS 0034)

0789 Women and Men in Ancient Medit. (if taken with HIST 0788, fulfills W requirement)

1016 The Irish in America

1017 Globalization and History

1019 Cities in Historical Perspective

1040 World War I Comparative Perspectives

1042 Theory and Practice—Nationalism (PS 1252)

1043 Rev. Social Movements (SOC 1362)

1045 Socialism vs. Capitalism (ECON 1050)

1048 Mass Violence in the 20th Century

1083 History of Sports

1086 Nuclear Age—Nuclear War

1088 Science and Religion—17th Century (RELGST 1364)

1090 History of Medicine and Health Care (SOC 488)

1091 Global Health History

1095 Sports and Global Capitalism

1108 Comparative European History

1109 France, Spain, and Italy in the 20th Century

1110 Medieval History I (RELGST 1320)

1111 Medieval History II (RELGST 1330)

1112 Medieval World (M&RST 1001, RELGST 1338)

1115 The West and the World

1116 Introduction to Renaissance (RELGST 1360, M&RST 1002)

1117 Renaissance and Reformation Europe

1121 Tudor England

1122 Stuart England

1123 Modern Britain

1124 Ireland

1125 Scotland

1126 French Revolution

1128 Modern France I 1780–1880

1131 Modern Germany 1868–1945

1145 Intellectual Foundations of Capitalism

1153 Europe Intellect. History 1870–1940 (HPS 1530, GER 1409)

1154 European Families

1190 Medieval Government and Society

1191 English Origins of American Law

1240 Political East Europe (PS 1346)

1313 History of Russian Revolution

1314 USSR: 1918–1932

1344 Russian Revolution Movements

1377 Soviet Jewry (JS 1258, RELGST 1258)

1380 Art and Society in 19th-Century Russia (UHC)

1390 Stalin and Western Historians

1420 Ancient China

1421 Medieval China

1425 History of Medicine in China

1422 Late Imperial China

1423 Modern China

1431 Traditional Japan

1432 World of Japan (JPNSE 1070)

1433 Modern Japan

1437 Exploring the Samurai

1447 Economic History of Japan

1480 Chinese Thought

1522 Brazil (ANTH 1729)

1525 Mexico, Aztecs to the Present

1526 Cuba, Columbus to Castro

1527 Mexico and Cuba

1585 U.S.-Latin American Relations

1587 Central American Revolutions

1604 Race and Religion in America (AFRCNA 1415, RELGST 1415)

1610 U.S. Colonial

1611 American Revolution 1763–1791

1612 U.S. 1789–1840

1614 Civil War History

1619 U.S. since 1945

1621 History of the South

1622 Immigration and American Diversity

1625 History of the American Frontier

1641 Modern American Politics

1645 American Econ. History (ECON 1010)

1653 Cold War America in the World

1655 American Workers—19th Century

1656 American Workers—20th Century

1660 U.S. Women I

1661 U.S. Women II

1662 Topics in Women's History

1665 History of the American City

1668 History of Pittsburgh

1669 History of Black Pittsburgh

1674 Pride and Prejudice

1677 Jews in the United States (JS 1260, RELGST 1260)

1680 Cultural History of U.S., 1830–1861 (HA&A 1511)

1683 North American Indian Traditional Culture (ANTH 1683)

1684 Native Americans Today

1685 U.S. Pop Culture

1686 War and Military in the United States (SOC 1486)

1690 American Legal History

1695 Environmental Politics

1709 Global History of Science from the 17th to 20th Century

1715 Empires in the Modern World

1746 Athletics of the Ancient World

1754 Religion and Politics

1757 Religion in India (RELGST 1500)

1759 Jews in the Islamic World (JS 1640, RELGST 1640)

1761 Contemporary Islam Internal Debates

1763 Politics of Contemporary Middle East (PS 1383, JS 1383)

1765 Israel in the Biblical Age (RELGST 1100)

1766 Modern Israel (RELGST 8256, JS 1256)

1767 Modern Jewry (RELGST 1250, JS 1250)

1768 Jewish-Christian Relations (JS 1644, RELGST 1644)

1769 History of the Holocaust (JS 1252, RELGST 1252)

1770 After the Holocaust (JS 1254, RELGST 1254)

1775 Origins of Christianity (RELGST 1120,CLASS 1430)

1776 Varieties of Early Christianity (RELGST 1130,CLASS 1432)

1781 Roman History (CLASS 1220)

1783 Greek History (CLASS 1210)

1790 Mediterranean World

1791 Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain (RELGST 1225, JS 1225)

1796 History of Africa Since 1800 (AFRCNA 1056)

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History of Art and Architecture—Humanities

0010 Introduction to Art

0020 Introduction to Asian Art

0030 Introduction to Modern Art

0040 Introduction to Western Architecture

0045 Introduction to Modern Architecture

0050 Introduction to Medieval Art

0090 Introduction to Contemporary Art

0105 Art and Empire

0150 Ancient Art (CLASS 0500)

0210 Medieval Painting

0221 Medieval Architecture

0302 Renaissance Art

0310 Northern Renaissance Art

0350 Baroque Art

0420 Van Gogh

0430 Surrealism

0440 Frank Lloyd Wright

0450 Twentieth - Century Architecture

0470 Photography and Art

0480 Modern Architecture

0501 American Art

0601 Special Topics—Japanese

0620 Art of China

0640 Art of Japan

0701 Art of India

0801 Film Analysis

0810 Experimental Cinema

0940 Approaches to the Built Environment

1010 Approaches to Art History

1020 Architecture Since 1945

1040 History of Architecture Theory

1048 Mass Violence in the 20th Century

1100 Ancient Greek Architecture

1130 Roman Art

1150 Roman Sculpture (CLASS 1522)

1160 Roman Architecture (CLASS 1524)

1190 Medieval Government and Society

1210 Medieval Iconography

1220 Early Christian/Byzantine Architecture

1230 Early Medieval Art

1235 English Medieval Architecture

1240 Romanesque Architecture

1255 Gothic Art

1300 Special Topics - Renaissance

1306 High Renaissance Architecture

1307 Painting in 17th-Century Holland

1401 Special Topics—Contemporary

1404 Modern Sculpture

1406 History of Graphic Art

1410 Realism and Impressionism

1440 Expressionism

1480 Architecture Since 1945

1490 Art since 1945

1500 Special Topics: American

1510 Pittsburgh Architecture/Urbanism

1530 American Architecture 1: To Civil War

1531 American Architecture to Today

1650 Chinese Archaeology (ANTH 1524)

1675 15th- and 16th- Century Japanese Art and Painting

1806 American Independent Film

1880 World Cities

1913 Foundations Studio 1

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History and Philosophy of Science—Social Sci.

0410 Einstein: Modern Science and Surprises

0419 Revolutions and Revolutionaries

0427 Myth and Science (CLASS 0330)

0430 Galileo Creation of Modern Science

0437 Darwinism and Its Critics

0515 Magic, Medicine and Science (HIST 0089)

0517 Thinking a bout the Environment

0545 Space-Time-Matter, Antique–20th Century

0605 The Nature of the Emotions

0608 Philosophy & Science

0610 Causal Reasoning

0611 Principles of Scientific Reasoning

0612 Mind and Medicine

0613 Morality and Medicine (PHIL 0360)

0616 Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy of Science

0621 Problem Solving: How Science Works

0623 Explanations of Humans and Society

0628 Paradox

0630 Science, Pseudo Science

0633 Science, Philosophy and Public Policy

0682 Freedom and Determinism

1019 Cities in Historical Perspective

1410 Change, Progress, Ideology

1502 Astrology and Witchcraft in the 17th Cen.

1530 European Intellect History 2: 1870–1940 (HIST 1153, GER 1409)

1551 History of Science—I

1552 History of Science—II

1605 Aesthetics and Science

1610 Philosophy of Anthropology (PHIL 1630, ANTH 1710)

1612 Philosophy of 20th- Century Physics

1616 Artificial Intelligence and the Philosophy of Science

1623 Death and Healthcare Professions (RELGST 1725)

1625 Philosophy of Medicine (UHC)

1653 Intro. to Philosophy of Science (PHIL 2600)

1660 Paradox

1690 Topics in Philosophy of Science

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Honors—Humanities/Social Science

1110 Comparative Studies in Leadership

1160 Discourses in Human Knowledge

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Irish - Humanities

Language

0101 Irish (Gaeilge) 1

0102 Irish (Gaeilge) 2

0103 Irish (Gaeilge) 3

0104 Irish (Gaeilge) 4

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Italian—Humanities

Language

0001 Elementary Italian 1

0002 Elementary Italian 2

0003 Intermediate Italian 1

0004 Intermediate Italian 2

0011 Elementary Italian 1: Pitt in Italy

0055 Italian Conversation and Culture

Culture

0061 Literary Italian

0080 Italian Cultural Heritage 1

0081 Italian Cultural Heritage 2

0085 Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio

0086 Italian Cinema

0087 Food for Thought

0088 Italian America on Screen

0100 Italian for the Professions 1

0200 Italian for the Professions 2

1061 Dante I

1064 Novel

1080 Masterpieces of Italian Prose

1081 Dante 's Divine Comedy

1082 Italian Renaissance Literature

1083 Modern Italian Literature

1085 Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio

1086 Italian Theater in English

1088 Topics in Italian American Studies

1089 Special Topics (FR 1088)

1902 Special Topics - Culture and History of Rome (MUST be 3 or more credits; and other Special Topics for ITAL 1902 require approval)

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Japanese—Humanities

Language

0001 First Year Japanese 1

0002 First Year Japanese 2

0003 Second Year Japanese 1

0004 Second Year Japanese 2

1011 Basic Japanese Language 1

1012 Basic Japanese Language 2

1013 Basic Japanese Language 3

1050 Fourth Year Japanese 1

1061 Intensive Japanese 1

1700 Intro to Theory and Practice of Translation

1800 Japanese Special Topics

Culture

0080 City Life and East Asian Culture (CHIN 0080)

0083 Introduction to Japanese Literature

0085 Japanese Tales of the Supernatural

1025 Exploring the Japanese Language and Mind

1057 Japanese Film as Literature

1058 Westerns and Samurai Films

1070 World of Japan (HIST 1432)

1071 The World of Japan

1080 Ghosts, Masks, and Actors

1081 Forms of Japanese Theatre

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Jewish Studies

Language

0013 Elementary Hebrew 1

0014 Elementary Hebrew 2

0025 Intermediate Hebrew 3

0026 Intermediate Hebrew 4

0037 Advanced Hebrew Composition and Conversation 1

0038 Advanced Hebrew Composition and Conversation 2

1065 Biblical Hebrew

Culture

0255 Modern Judaism (RELGST 0255)

0283 U.S. and the Holocaust (HIST 0678, RELGST 0283)

0285 Jewish and Black History (HIST 0673)

1100 Israel in the Biblical Age

1210 Classical Judaism (RELGST 1210/JS 1210/CLASS 1450)

1225 Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain (RELGST 1225, HIST 1791)

1250 Modern Jewry (RELGST 1250, HIST 1767)

1252 History of the Holocaust (RELGST 1252, HIST 1769)

1254 After the Holocaust (RELGST 1254, HIST 1770)

1256 Modern Israel (HIST 1766)

1258 Soviet Jewry (HIST 1377)

1260 Jews in the United States (HIST 1677, RELGST 1260)

1270 Modern Jewish Thought (RELGST 1270)

1383 Politics of Contemporary Middle East (PS 1383, HIST 1763)

1640 Jews in the Islamic World (HIST 1759, RELGST 1640)

1644 Jewish Christian Relations (HIST 1768,RELGST 1644)

1680 Readings in Jewish Historiography (RELGST 1680)

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Korean—Humanities

0001/1001 First Year Korean 1

0002/1002 First Year Korean 2

1023 Aspects of the Korean Language

Culture

0070 World of Korean: Past

0075 Intro to Korea Through Films

 

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Latin—Humanities

Language

0010 Beginning Latin 1

0011 Beginning Latin 1

0020 Beginning Latin 2

0021 Beginning Latin 2

0210 Intermediate Latin: Prose

0220 Intermediate Latin: Verse

1300 Latin Authors

1301 Latin Authors (if taken with LATIN 1300, fulfills W requirement)

1302 Latin Authors 2

1303 Latin Authors 2: Writing Practice

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Less Commonly Taught Languages - Humanities

Language

0391 Hungarian 1

0392 Hungarian 2

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Linguistics—Humanities

0080 Aspects of Language

0131 Arabic 1

0132 Arabic 2

0133 Arabic 3

0141 Modern Standard Arabic 1 / Egyptian 1

0142 Modern Standard Arabic 2 / Egyptian 2

0143 Modern Standard Arabic 3 / Egyptian 3

0144 Modern Standard Arabic 4 / Egyptian 4

0145 Modern Standard Arabic 5 / Egyptian 5

0146 Modern Standard Arabic 6 / Egyptian 6

0151 Modern Standard Arabic 1 / Levantine 1

0152 Modern Standard Arabic 2 / Levantine 2

0221 Irish Gaelic 1

0222 Irish Gaelic 2

0231 Modern Greek 1

0232 Modern Greek 2

0281 Hindi 1

0282 Hindi 2

0283 Hindi 3

0421 Persian 1 (Farsi) (PERS 0101)

0422 Persian 2 (Farsi) (PERS 0102)

0471 Sign Language 1

0472 Sign Language 2

0501 Swahili 1 (AFRCNA 0023)

0502 Swahili 2 (AFRCNA 0024)

0511 Swedish 1

0531 Tagalog 1

0581 Vietnamese I (for non-native speakers only), also

Advanced Vietnamese (Independent Study)

0611 Yoruba 1 (AFRCNA 0025)

1000 Introduction to Linguistics

1235 Language, Gender and Society

1240 Language and the Law (SPAN 1240)

1267 Aspects of Sociolinguists (UHC)

1443 American Indian Languages

1448 Aztec Language and Culture

1466 Topics in Anthropological Linguistics

1524 Readings in Arabic

1578 Phonetics and Phonemics

1720 Structure of Sign Languages

1775 Morphology

1860 Introduction to Historical Linguistics

1930 Applications of Linguistics

1950 Introduction to Linguistics

1951 Languages of the World

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Medieval and Renaissance Studies—Social Science

0025 Inquisitions (HIST 0175, RELGST 0335)

1001 Medieval World (HIST 1112, RELGST 1338)

1002 Intro. to the Renaissance (HIST 1116, RELGST 1360)

1011 Medieval Narrative: Epic and Romance

1019 Middle Ages: A Living Legacy (HIST 1004)

1052 Arthurian Legend and Cultural Change

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Music—Humanities

0100 Fundamentals of Western Music

0131 Preparation for Music Theory

0211 Introduction to Western Art Music

0222 History of Western Music to 1750

0224 History of Western Music since 1750

0232 History of Opera

0242 Major Composer

0311 Intro. to World Music

0411 Music Theory 1

0415 Music Theory 2

0417 Music Theory 3

0419 Music Theory 4

0711 History of Jazz

0844 The Music of the Beatles

0896 Music & Film

1226 History of Western Music 3

1228 Late Romantic & Early Twentieth Century

1262 Critical Listening and Music Criticism

1280 Music, Arts, and Conflict

1310 Global and Popular Music

1320 Music in North America

1332 Music in Latin America

1340 Music in Africa

1354 Music in East Asia

1360 Gypsy Music

1394 Intercultural Music

1396 Music in Society

1431 Instrumentation & Orchestration

1441 Electronic and Computer Music 1

1442 Electronic and Computer Music 2

1741 Jazz Improvisation I

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Persian—Humanities

0101 Persian 1 (Farsi) (LING 0421)

0102 Persian 2 (Farsi) (LING 0422)

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Philosophy—Humanities

0010* Concepts of Human Nature

0012* Concepts of Human Nature

0040* Computer and Culture

0080* Introduction to Philosophical Problems

0082 Introduction Philosophical Problem/Writing Practicum

0200* History of Ancient Philosophy (CLASS 0300)

0202 History Ancient Philosophy/Writing Practicum

0210* History of Modern Philosophy

0212 History of Modern Philosophy/Writing Practicum

0220* Introduction to Existentialism

0222 Intro to Existentialism/Writing Practicum

0270* East-West Philosophy

0300* Introduction to Ethics

0302 Introduction to Ethics/Writing

0320* Social Philosophy

0330* Political Philosophy

0332 Political Philosophy/Writing Practicum

0350 Philosophy and Public Issues

0352 Philosophy and Public Issues/Writing Practicum

0360 Morality and Medicine (HPS 0613)

0370 Philosophy in Literature

0380 Introduction to Feminist Thought

0440 Mind and Machines

0442 Mind and Machines (Writing Practicum)

0450 Knowledge and Reality

0460 Introduction to Philosophy of Mind

0470 Philosophy of Religion

0473 Philosophy of Religion (RELGST 0715)

0610 Philosophy & Science

0830 Philosophy for Engineers (UHC)

0840 Science and Religion (UHC) (HPS 0620)

0850 Philosophy and Liberal Democracy (UHC)

1020 Plato (CLASS 1312)

1040 Aristotle (CLASS 1314)

1060 Hellenistic Philosophy (CLASS 1316)

1110 Rationalism

1140 Empiricism

1170 Kant

1200 20th-Century Analytic Philosophy

1230 Topics in Continental Philosophy

1240 American Pragmatism

1245 American Philosophy

1290 Topics in the History of Philosophy

1300 Ethical Theory (UHC)

1310 History of Ethics

1315 Applied Ethics (UHC)

1320 Topics in Social Philosophy: Environmental Ethics

1330 Topics in Political Philosophy

1340 Feminist Philosophy

1350 Marxist Philosophy

1380 Business Ethics

1390 Philosophy of Law

1420 Philosophy of Language

1440 Philosophy of Mind (UHC)

1460 Theory of Knowledge

1480 Metaphysics

1580 Philosophy of Mathematics

1600 Philosophy and Rise of Modern Science

1610 Introduction Philosophy of Science (HPS 1653)

1612 Philosophy of 20th Century Physics

1630 Philosophy of Anthropology (HPS 1610, ANTH 1710)

1640 Philosophy of Psychology

1690 Topics in Philosophy of Science

1760 Religion and Rationality

2130 Bioethics

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Polish—Humanities

Language

0010 Elementary Polish 1

0020 Elementary Polish 2

0030 Intermediate Polish 3

0040 Intermediate Polish 4

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Political Science—Social Science

0200 American Political Process

0210 National Policy Making Climate

0234 Topics in American Electoral Politics

0300 Comparative Politics

0311 Modern East Asia

0500 World Politics

0600 Political Theory and Analysis

0650 Liberal Democracy (UHC) (PHIL 0850)

1201 Constitution and Civil Liberties

1202 American Constitutional Law

1203 Judicial Politics

1204 Women in Politics

1211 Legislative Process

1212 American Presidency

1213 Law and Politics

1231 Political Parties and Elections

1232 Political Attitudes and Public Opinion

1233 Political Psychology

1234 Electoral Behavior and Democratic Processes

1235 Media and Politics

1241 Public Administration and Political System

1251 Urban Government

1252 State Government

1261 American Public Policy

1262 Health Policy in the United States

1263 Governments in the Economy

1265 Public Policy Implementation

1267 Environmental Politics and Policy

1275 Religion and Politics (RELGST 1438)

1300 REES Capstone

1302 Political Development

1311 Western European Government and Politics

1312 British Government and Politics

1313 French Government and Politics

1314 German Government and Politics

1315 Italian Government and Politics

1321 Latin American Politics

1322 Latin American Political Development

1331 Government and Politics of Southeast Asia

1332 Government and Politics of Communist China

1333 Government and Politics of Japan

1334 Vietnam War

1335 Political Economy of Japan

1384 Topics in Comparative Politics

1341 Government and Politics—USSR and Its Successors

1342 Government and Politics of East Europe

1345 Politics of Oceania

1351 Government and Politics Middle East

1352 Intro. to African Politics (AFRCNA 1030)

1353 African Liberation Movements (AFRCNA 1031)

1361 Comparative Political Party Systems

1375 Religion and Politics (RELGST 1438)

1383 Politics of Contemporary Middle East (JS 1383, HIST 1763)

1501 Theory of International Relations

1509 Conflict and War Theory

1510 Cold War: Soviet Union and the West 1917 to 1991

1511 American Foreign Policy

1512 Europe after Cold War: Cooperation and Conflict

1513 Foreign Policies in a Changing World

1514 Political Strategy in Int'l Rltn.

1521 Eastern Europe in World Politics

1522 Latin America in World Politics

1523 East Asia in World Politics

1531 National Security Policy

1532 U.S. National Security Policy

1538 Politics of Oil and Natural Resources

1541 Politics of Global Economic Relations

1542 Global Environmental Politics

1583 International Relations (Honors)

1601 Political Theory—Plato to Machiavelli

1602 Political Theory—Machiavelli to Rousseau

1603 Contemporary Political Thought

1605 Modern Political Ideologies

1614 Theories of Justice

1621 Conflict and War Theory

1629 Topics in Political Theory

1681 Seminar Political Theory—Majors Only

1836 Politics through Film

1910 Politics Institute Internship (CAS 1910)

1911 Political Institute Internship Seminar

8682 Politics and Economics of Public Policy (UHC)

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Portuguese—Humanities

Language

0001 Elementary Portuguese 1

0002 Elementary Portuguese 2

0003 Intermediate Portuguese 3

0004 Intermediate Portuguese 4

0020 Conversation

0025 Grammar and Composition

1010 Portuguese for Spanish Speakers

Culture

1060 Survey of Portuguese Literature

1061 Survey of Brazilian Literature

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Psychology—Social Sciences

0010* Introduction to Psychology

0015* Introduction to Psychology as Natural Science

0105 Intro. to Social Psychology

0160 Psychology of Personality

0182 Law and Social Psychology

0184 Psychology of Gender

0205 Psychology of Aging

0310 Developmental Psychology

0422 Cognitive Psychology for Non-Majors

0680 Industrial/Organizational Psych

1050 Special Topics - Child Development in a British Context (Other Special Topics for PSY 1050 require approval)

1051 Special Topics - Interpersonal Relations (Other Special Topics for PSY 1051 require approval)

1110 Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality

1112 Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality

1140 Social Motivation

1155 Psychology of Small Groups

1205 Abnormal Psychology

1330 Developmental Psych: Cognitive Development

1357 Psychology of Aging

1630 Personnel Psychology

1635 Organizational Psychology

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Quechua - Humanities

Language

0101 Quechua 1

0102 Quechua 2

0103 Quechua 3

0104 Quechua 4

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Religious Studies—Humanities

0025 Major Biblical Themes

0083 Mythology in the Ancient World (CLASS 0030)

0090 Myth in the Ancient Near East

0105 Religions of the West

0115 Bible as Literature (ENGLIT 0597)

0255 Modern Judaism (JS 0255)

0283 U.S. and the Holocaust (HIST 0678, JS 0283)

0305 Classics of Christian Thought

0415 Religion in Modern American (HIST 0676)

0417 The Black Church (AFRCNA 0013)

0440 Religion and Politics in America

0455 Intro. to Islamic Civilization (HIST 0756)

0505 Religion in Asia (HIST 0755)

0540 Saints East and West

0601 Varieties of Religious Tradition

0705 Approaches to Religion

0710 Sociology of Religion (SOC 0339)

0715 Philosophy of Religion (PHIL 0473)

0805 Professions and the Dying Patient (SOC 0441)

1025 Reform and Modern Church History

1100 Israel in the Biblical Age (HIST 1765)

1110 Religions of Ancient Egypt (RELGST 1148)

1120 Origins of Christianity (HIST 1775, CLASS 1430)

1130 Varieties of Early Christianity (HIST 1776, CLASS 1432)

1135 Orthodox Christianity

1140 Dualism in Ancient World (CLASS 1434)

1142 Construction of Evil

1143 Death In The Name of God

1144 Classical Mythology and Literature (CLASS 1130)

1145 Greco-Roman Religions

1148 Religions of Ancient Egypt (RELGST 1110)

1210 Classical Judaism (RELGST 1210/JS 1210/CLASS 1450)

1222 Jewish Mysticism

1225 Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain (JS 1225, HIST 1791)

1250 Modern Jewry (JS 1250, HIST 1767)

1252 History of the Holocaust (HIST 1769, JS 1252)

1254 After the Holocaust (JS 1254, HIST 1770)

1256 Modern Israel

1258 Soviet Jewry

1260 Jews in the United States (HIST 1677, JS 1260)

1266 Israel: State & Society 1948–1988 (JS 1266, HIST 1764)

1270 Modern Jewish Thought (JS 1270)

1320 Medieval History 1 (HIST 1110)

1330 Medieval History 2 (HIST 1111)

1360 Intro. to Renaissance (HIST 1116, M&RST 0102)

1364 Science and Religion in the 17th Century (HIST 1088)

1412 Ethnicity in American Religion (HIST 1675)

1415 Race and Religion in America (AFRCNA 1415, HIST 1604)

1425 Popular Religion in America

1438 Religion and Politics (PS 1275)

1440 Religion and Politics in the Middle East (PS 1376)

1466 Sociology of Islam

1500 Religion in India (HIST 1757)

1510 Religion in India 2: Storytelling as a Religious Form

1512 Sanskrit I (CLASS 1710)

1516 Temple, Icon and Deity in India

1520 Buddhist Civilization

1540 Saints East and West

1545 Mysticism East and East

1560 Chinese Religious Traditions

1610 Myth, Symbol and Ritual (ANTH 1776)

1620 Women in Religion

1640 Jews in the Islamic World (HIST 1759, JS 1640)

1644 Jewish/Christian Relations (JS 1644, HIST 1768)

1650 Approaches to Anti-Semitism

1681 Inventing Israel: Zionism, Anti-Zionism, and Post-Zionism

1720 Religion and Culture (ANTH 1771)

1725 Death and Healthcare Professions (HPS 1623)

1730 Problems in Philosophy of Religion (Honors)

1740 Meaning, Mystery, and Paradox

1750 Psychology of Religion (UHC)

1760 Religion and Rationality

8256 Modern Israel (HIST 1766, JS 1256)

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Russian—Humanities

Language

0010 Elementary Russian 1

0020 Elementary Russian 2

0030 Intermediate Russian 1

0040 Intermediate Russian 2

Culture

0090 Russian Fairy Tales

0325 Russian Short Story in Context

0800 Masterpieces of Russian Lit 19th Cent.

0810 Masterpieces of Russian Lit 20th Cent.

0811 Madness and Madmen in Russian Lit.

0850 Russian Culture 1

0860 Russian Culture 2

1210 Man & Superman: Representations of the Superior Individuals in Literature, Film, Philosophy, & Drama

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School of Arts and Sciences—Social Sciences

0150 Introduction to Global Studies

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Serbian—Humanities

Language

0010 Elementary Serbian 1

0020 Elementary Serbian 2

0030 Intermediate Serbian 3

0040 Intermediate Serbian 4

Culture

1260 Survey of Serbian Literature

1270 Serbia Today

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Slavic—Humanities

Language

0211 Beginning Intensive Hungarian

0213 Beginning Intensive Bulgarian

Culture

0660 Sci-Fi: East and West

0880 Vampire: Blood and Empire

0890 Slavic, Czech, and Central European Film

1840 Topics in the Slavic Literature

1850 Slavic Cultures in the USA

1861 Slavic Folklore

1865 The Year Communism Crumbled

2160 Slavic Peoples and Cultures

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Slovak—Humanities

Language

0010 Elementary Slovak 1

0020 Elementary Slovak 2

0030 Intermediate Slovak 3

0040 Intermediate Slovak 4

Culture

0380 Slovak Transatlantic Cultures

0890 Slovak, Czech and Central European Film

1260 Survey of Slovak Literature and Culture

1270 Slovakia Today

1280 Modern Slovak Literature

1771 Czech and Slovak Cinema

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Sociology—Social Sciences

0002* Sociology of Everyday Life

0003* Technology and Social Change

0005* Societies

0007* Social Problems

0010 Introduction to Sociology

0020 Crime, Law and Public Policy

0140 Classical Sociological Theories

0145 Drugs and Society

0150 Contemporary Sociological Theories

0312 Science in Society

0317 Global Society

0339 Sociology of Religion (RELGST 0710)

0351 Social Change (HIST 0050)

0352 Social Movements

0354 Social Structure of Contemporary Japan

0356 Sociology of Revolution (HIST 0042)

0359 Global Issues and the United Nations

0361 Southeast Asian Soc. (RELGST 0535)

0362 Latin American Societies

0386 French Revolution (HIST 0126)

0411 Deception and Betrayal

0424 Small Groups

0426 Society and the Child

0431 Bureaucracies

0432 Wealth and Power

0434 Political Sociology

0436 Social Aspects of Sexuality

0438 Sociology of the Family

0441 Professions and Dying Patient (RELGST 0805)

0444 Urban Sociology

0446 Sociology of Gender

0460 Minority Groups

0465 Sociology of Sports

0466 Social Control of Business

0471 Deviance and Social Control

0472 Intro. to Criminology

0474 Society and the Law

0475 Sociology of Aging

0476 Work and Occupations

0477 Medical Sociology

0478 Youth and Society

0490 Mass Media

1107 Cultural Sociology

1111 Social Theory and Models

1317 Sociology of Literature

1324 Social Problems and Moral Crusades

1342 Mass Society in Japan

1354 Japan and the USA

1358 Contemporary Chinese Society

1360 Peace Movements (PS 1303)

1362 Rev. Social Movements (HIST 1043)

1382 Comparative Civilizations (UHC) (HIST 1756)

1413 Marriage

1435 Social Change in the United States

1441 Energy, Society, and Behavior

1443 Juvenile Delinquency

1445 Society and Environment

1446 Vietnam War and Intervention

1448 Working Women

1450 Health and Illness

1470 Research on Aging

1476 Urban Policy and Planning

1486 War & Military in the US

1488 History of Medicine and Health Care (HIST 1090)

1526 Female Offender in Society

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Spanish—Humanities

Language

0001 Elementary Spanish 1

0002 Elementary Spanish 2

0003 Intermediate Spanish 3

0004 Intermediate Spanish 4

0008 Intermediate Spanish Readings

0015 Intensive Elementary Spanish

0020 Conversation

0025 Grammar and Composition

1260 Overview of Spanish Literature

1300 Spanish Phonetics and Phonemics

1323 Medical Spanish

Culture

0050 Spanish Civilization

0055 Intro. to Hispanic Literature 1

0082 Latin America Today

1192 Professional Translation 2

1250 Hispanic Civilizations

1323 Medical Spanish

1404 Latin American Topics

1600 Survey of Spanish Literature

1801 Don Quixote and the Novel

1803 Contemporary Hispanic Literature

1804 Contemporary Latin American Literature

1805 Contemporary Hispanic Lit. and Society

1809 Hispanic Film

1890 The New Novel in Latin America

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Studio Arts—Humanities

0110* Visual Thinking (previously titled Foundation Design)

0120* Painting Studio 1 (previously titled Foundation Painting)

0130* Drawing Studio 1 (previously titled Foundation Drawing)

0140* Sculpture Studio 1 (previously titled Foundation Sculpture)

1220 Painting Studio 2

1230 Drawing Studio 2

1240 Sculpture Studio 2

1270 Digital Studio: Imaging

1515 The Book as Art: Text and Image

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Swahili - Humanities

Language

0101 Swahili 1

0102 Swahili 2

0103 Swahili 3

0104 Swahili 4

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Swedish - Humanities

Language

0101 Swedish 1

0102 Swedish 2

0103 Swedish 3

0104 Swedish 4

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Theater Arts—Humanities

0505 Enjoy Performances

0804 Theatre and Collaboration

0810 Introduction to Dramatic Art

0830 Introduction to Performance

0840 Introduction to Theater Design

0842 Introduction to Stagecraft

0850 Introduction to Shakespeare

1102 Acting 1

1120 Drama and Performance in the Classroom

1226 Stagecraft 2

1230 Stage Lighting 1

1240 Costume Production and Technology

1343 World Theatre 1890-1970

1350 American Theatre

1359 Contemporary American Drama

1360 Theatre Criticism

1365 Playwriting 1

1393 Special Topics: Theatre and the Black Lives Matter Movement

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Turkish - Humanities

Language

0101 Turkish 1

0102 Turkish 2

0103 Turkish 3

0104 Turkish 3

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Ukrainian—Humanities

Language

0010 Elementary Ukrainian 1

0020 Elementary Ukrainian 2

0030 Intermediate Ukrainian 1

0040 Intermediate Ukrainian 2

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Urban Studies- Social Science

1408 Analyzing and Exploring the Global City: Florence

1410 Global City - London

1613 Sustainable Cities 1: Theories and Concepts

1615 Sustainable Cities 2: Field Research

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Vietnamese - Humanities

Language

0101 Vietnamese 1

0102 Vietnamese 2

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