GPAC Course List

  

Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics or Statistics

Must be a course taught in mathematics or statistics

  • MATH 1007 Mathematics and Politics
  • MATH 1008 History of Mathematics(effective Summer 2017)
  • MATH 1009 Mathematical Ideas I
  • MATH 1010 Mathematical Ideas II (ends effective Spring 2018)
  • MATH 1051 Finite Mathematics for the Social and Management Sciences
  • MATH 1221 Calculus with Precalculus II
  • MATH 1231 Single-Variable Calculus I
  • MATH 1232 Single-Variable Calculus II
  • MATH 1252 Calculus for the Social and Management Sciences
  • MATH 2233 Multivariable Calculus
  • STAT 1000 Dean's Seminar: Statistically Speaking (effective Fall 2022)
  • STAT 1000 Dean's Seminar: The Science of Uncertainty (effective Fall 2021)
  • STAT 1051 Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics
  • STAT 1053 Introduction to Statistics in Social Science
  • STAT 1111 Business and Economic Statistics I
  • STAT 1127 Statistics for the Biological Sciences
  • STAT 2112 Business and Economic Statistics II (ends effective Spring 2019)
  • STAT 2118 Regression Analysis (ends effective Fall 2019)

Note:

ALEKS Placement Test is required for MATH 1051, MATH 1220, MATH 1231 and MATH 1252. More information can be found here.

MATH 1221, 1231, and 1252 are equivalent courses.

STAT 1051, 1053, 1111, and 1127 are equivalent courses.

Credit cannot be earned for more than one in either group.

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.

Scientific Reasoning in Natural and/or Physical Lab Sciences

Must be a natural or physical science course with lab

  • ANTH 1001 Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 3412 Hominin Evolution
  • ASTR 1001 Stars, Planets, and Life in the Universe
  • ASTR 1002 Origins of the Cosmos
  • BISC 1005 The Biology of Nutrition and Health
  • BISC 1006 The Ecology and Evolution of Organisms
  • BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service
  • BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms through Service Learning
  • BISC 1111 Introductory Biology: Cells and Molecules
  • BISC 1112/BISC 1112W  Introductory Biology: The Biology of Organisms
  • BISC 1115 & BISC 1125* Introductory Biology: Cells and Molecules & Introduction to Cells and Molecules Laboratory (must be taken together to receive GPAC credit)
  • BISC 1116 & BISC 1126* Introductory Biology: The Biology of Organisms & Introduction to Organisms Laboratory (must be taken together to receive GPAC credit)
  • BISC 1120 Laboratory Introduction to Biomolecular Research
  • BISC 1125 & BISC 1115* Introduction to Cells and Molecules Laboratory & Introductory Biology: Cells and Molecules (must be taken together to receive GPAC credit)
  • BISC 1126 & BISC 1116* Introduction to Organisms Laboratory & Introductory Biology: The Biology of Organisms (must be taken together to receive GPAC credit)
  • BISC 1334 Bird Behavior (effective Summer 2023)
  • CHEM 1003 Energy, Environment, and Society: Current Issues and Future Outlook
  • CHEM 1004 Contemporary Science for Nonscience Majors
  • CHEM 1111 General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1112 General Chemistry II
  • FORS 2107 Fundamentals of Forensic Science (effective Summer 2022)
  • GEOG 1002 Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GEOL 1001 Physical Geology
  • GEOL 1002 Historical Geology
  • GEOL 1005 Environmental Geology
  • GEOL 1006 Science and the Environment (ends effective Fall 2018)
  • GTCH 3202 Research Methods in Mathematics and Science
  • HONR 1033 Honors Seminar: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery
  • HONR 1034 Honors Seminar: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery
  • PHYS 1003 Physics for Future Presidents
  • PHYS 1007 Music and Physics
  • PHYS 1011 General Physics I
  • PHYS 1012 General Physics II
  • PHYS 1021 University Physics I
  • PHYS 1022 University Physics II
  • PHYS 1025 University Physics I with Biological Applications
  • PHYS 1026 University Physics II with Biological Applications

Note:

CHEM 1111 requires completion of the ALEKS Chemistry Prep Course. More information can be found on the Chemistry site.

BISC 1005 and 1007 are equivalent courses; BISC 1006 and BISC 1008 are equivalent courses. Credit cannot be earned for both.

Critical Thinking in the Humanities

Meets Humanities distribution requirement

Notes:

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.

Language courses require placement tests.

Critical Thinking, Quantitative Reasoning or Scientific Reasoning in the Social Sciences

Meets Social Science distribution requirement

  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: The Anthropology of Globalization + Transnationalism (effective Spring 2021)
  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: Cities and Societies (effective Fall 2022)
  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: The Social Co-Production of Pandemics: Science, Policy, and Media (effective Fall 2022)
  • ANTH 1002/ANTH 1002W  Sociocultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 1003  Archaeology
  • ANTH 1004  Language in Culture and Society
  • ANTH 2008/ANTH 2008W  Foundations of Anthropological Thought
  • ANTH 2502  Anthropology of Science and Technology: Twenty-First Century Brave New Worlds
  • ANTH 3704  Cultures of Southeast Asia (effective Summer 2017)
  • ANTH 3838/ANTH 3838W  Theory and Practice in Archaeology
  • COMM 1000  Dean's Seminar: Imagining Better Social Media (effective Fall 2022)
  • COMM 1025  Introduction to Communication Studies
  • COMM 1040  Public Communication
  • COMM 1041  Interpersonal Communication
  • ECON 1002 Introduction to Personal Finance (effective Spring 2023)
  • ECON 1011  Principles of Economics I
  • ECON 1012  Principles of Economics II
  • GEOG 1000  Dean's Seminar: Geographies of Empire and Colonialism (effective Fall 2022)
  • GEOG 1000  Dean's Seminar: Can we mine our way out of climate change? (effective Fall 2022)
  • GEOG 1000    Dean's Seminar: Migrants and the City (effective Spring 2018)
  • GEOG 1001  Introduction to Human Geography
  • GEOG 1003  Society and Environment
  • GEOG 3143/GEOG 3143W Urban Sustainability (effective Summer 2022)
  • GTCH 3300  Anti-Racist STEM Education (effective Fall 2021)
  • HONR 2043  Honors Microeconomics
  • HONR 2044  Honors Macroeconomics
  • HONR 2047/HONR 2047W  Self and Society Seminar (certain sections may vary)
  • HSSJ 1000  Dean's Seminar: International Humanitarian Assistance (effective Fall 2022)
  • HSSJ 2200  Principles of Ethical Leadership (effective Fall 2021)
  • ORSC 1000: Dean's Seminar: Leadership in Organizations (effective Fall 2024)
  • ORSC 2000  Sophomore Colloquium: Diversity in Organizations (effective Spring 2018)
  • PSC 1000  Dean's Seminar: How Democracies Die (effective Fall 2022)
  • PSC 1000  Dean's Seminar: Troubling Transparency (effective Fall 2022)
  • PSC 1001/PSC 1001W  Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PSC 1002/PSC 1002W  Introduction to American Politics and Government
  • PSC 1011  Introduction to Politics I
  • PSC 1012W  Introduction to Politics II
  • PSYC 1000  Dean's Seminar: Psychology of Bias, Discrimination, and Inequality (effective Fall 2022)
  • PSYC 2011/PSYC 2011W  Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 2012  Social Psychology
  • PSYC 2013  Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 2014  Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC 2015  Biological Psychology
  • SLHS 1071/SLHS 1071W  Foundations of Human Communication (new number effective Fall 2020) (same as SPHR 1071/SPHR 1071W)  
  • SLHS 1072  Multicultural Issues in Human Communication (new number effective Fall 2019) (same as SPHR 1072) (effective Fall 2018)  
  • SLHS 1084  Perspectives in Deaf Culture (new number effective Spring 2020) (same as SPHR 1084)
  • SLHS 4201  Social Communication Development (ends effective Summer 2021)
  • SMPA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Hollywood & Politics (effective Fall 2020)
  • SMPA 1050  Media in a Free Society
  • SMPA 2101  Journalism: Theory and Practice
  • SMPA 2102  Introduction to Political Communication
  • SOC 1000  Dean's Seminar: Anti-racism and Policing (effective Fall 2022)
  • SOC 1002  The Sociological Imagination
  • SOC 1003  Introduction to Criminal Justice (effective Fall 2019)
  • SOC 2104/SOC 2104W  Contemporary Sociological Theory
  • SOC 2169  Urban Sociology (ends effective Fall 2018)
  • SUST 1001  Introduction to Sustainability
  • UNIV 1005  Social Interactions (effective Fall 2019)

Note:

PSYC 1001 is a prerequisite for all Psychology courses.

ECON 1011 requires completion of the ALEKS Math Placement Test. More information can be found here.

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.

Creative or Critical Thinking in the Arts
  • AH 1032  Survey of Art and Architecture II (same as CAH 1032)
  • AH 2071  Introduction to the Arts in America (same as AMST 2071 & CAH 2071)
  • AH 2154  American Architecture I (same as AMST 2520 & CAH 2154)
  • AH 2155   American Architecture II (same as AMST 2521 & CAH 2155)
  • AH 2162/AH 2162W  History of Photography (effective Fall 2017) (same as CAH 2162/ CAH 2162W) (effective Fall 2020)
  • AH 2191  South Asian Art (effective Fall 2017) (same as CAH 2191) (effective Fall 2019)
  • AMST 1000  Dean's Seminar: World of Bob Dylan (effective Fall 2020)
  • AMST 1000  Dean's Seminar: Media, Culture & Covid (effective Spring 2021)
  • AMST 1100  Politics and Film
  • AMST 2071  Introduction to the Arts in America (same as AH 2071 & CAH 2071)
  • AMST 2520  American Architecture I (same as AH 2154 & CAH 2154)
  • AMST 2521  American Architecture II (same as AH 2155 & CAH 2155)
  • CAH 1000  Dean's Seminar: Art & Politics (effective Fall 2022)
  • CAH 1000  Dean's Seminar: Art of Exhibition (same as AH 1000 Dean's Seminar: Art of Exhibition)
  • CAH 1032  Survey of Art and Architecture II (same as AH 1032)
  • CAH 1090  Art History I: Art Now, Contemporary Perspectives in the Visual Arts
  • CAH 2071  Introduction to the Arts in America (same as AH 2071 & AMST 2071)
  • CAH 2154  American Architecture I (formerly known as  AH 2154(same as AMST 2520)
  • CAH 2155  American Architecture II (formerly know as AH 2155) (same AMST 2521)
  • CAH 2162/CAH 2162W  History of Photography (effective Fall 2020) (same as AH 2162/ AH 2162W) (effective Fall 2017)
  • CAH 2191  South Asian Art (effective Fall 2019) (same as AH 2191) (effective Fall 2017)
  • CFN 1093  First-Year Studio 4: Interaction (effective Spring 2018)
  • CGD 2020  Communication Design (effective Summer 2020)
  • CHIN 3173  Chinese Drama and Theatre
  • CIAR 1000  Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design (formerly known as IA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design) 
  • CIAR 3325  Concepts in Modern Architecture 
  • CLAS 3112  Art and Archaeology of Pompeii
  • CMUS 1104  Topics in Music (same as MUS 1104)
  • CMUS 1106  Introduction to Musical Performance and Experience (effective Spring 2022) (same as MUS 1106 )
  • CMUS 2101  Harmony (same as MUS 2101)
  • CMUS 2110  Hip Hop Music: History, Culture and Aesthetics (effective Fall 2022)
  • CMUS 2122/CMUS 2122W Music in the U.S. (effective Spring 2022) (same as MUS 2122/MUS 2122W)
  • CSA 1401  Painting: Visual Thinking (effective Spring 2020) (same as CFA 1091) (same as FA 1401) (effective Fall 2016) (same as FA 1026)
  • CSA 1501  Black and White Photography Fundamentals (effective Spring 2020) (same as FA 1501) (effective Fall 2016) (same as FA 1041)
  • CSA 1502  Introduction to Digital Color Photography (effective Spring 2020) (same as FA 1502) (effective Fall 2016) (same as FA 1042)
  • CSA 1601  New Media Digital Art (effective Spring 2020) (same as FA 1601) (effective Fall 2016) (same as FA 1071)
  • CSA 1702  Screenprinting (effective Fall 2020) (formally known as CSA 2702)
  • CSA 2513  Photography: From Photograms to Scanograms
  • CSA 2703  Wood Block Print (effective Fall 2018) (Same as CPR 3361) (effective Fall 2017)
  • CSA 3915  Public Spectacle in Socially Engaged Art (effective Fall 2019) (same as CFA 3511) (effective Fall 2017)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creating Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2022) (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Creating Across Arts and Cultures)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Dance Cultures of the Silk Road (effective Fall 2022) (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Dance Cultures of the Silk Road)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021) (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress )
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • CTAD 1020  Women and the Creative Process (effective Summer 2021) (formerly known as TRDA 1020)
  • CTAD 1035 Theatre Production (effective Fall 2022)
  • CTAD 1214  Beginning Acting (same as TRDA 1214 & CTAD 1215)
  • CTAD 1215  Acting Fundamentals for Majors and Minors (same as TRDA 1214CTAD 1214)
  • CTAD 2191 (formerly known as TRDA 2191)
  • CTAD 2191W  Dance History (formerly known as TRDA 2191W)
  • CTAD 2195  Global Dance History (formerly known as TRDA 2195)
  • CTAD 2195W   Global Dance History (formally known as TRDA 2195W) (WID effective Fall 2018)
  • CTAD 3245/CTAD 3245W History of the Theatre I (formally known as TRDA 3245/TRDA 3245W)
  • CTAD 3246/CTAD 3246W History of the Theatre II (formally known as TRDA 3246/TRDA 3246W)
  • ENGL 1000  Dean's Seminar: Imitations
  • ENGL 1210  Introduction to Creative Writing
  • ENGL 2210  Techniques in Creative Writing
  • IA 3325  Concepts in Modern Architecture (effective Summer 2017) (same as CIAR 3325)
  • ITAL 4183  History of Italian Film
  • MUS 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2021) (same as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures)
  • MUS 1103  Music in the Western World
  • MUS 1104  Topics in Music (same as CMUS 1104)
  • MUS 1105  Introduction to Musical Thought and Practice
  • MUS 1106  Introduction to Musical Performance and Experience (effective Spring 2016) (same as CMUS 1106)
  • MUS 2101  Harmony (same as CMUS 2101)
  • MUS 2122/MUS 2122W  Music in the U.S. (same as CMUS 2122/CMUS 2122W)
  • SLAV 2785  Introduction to Russian Cinema I
  • SLAV 2786  Introduction to Russian Cinema II
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2021) (same as MUS 1000 Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (same as CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021) (same as CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress
  • TRDA 1020  Women and the Creative Process (same as CTAD 1020)
  • TRDA 1214  Beginning Acting (same as CTAD 1214)
  • TRDA 1215 Acting Fundamentals for Majors and Minors (same as CTAD 1215CTAD 1214)
  • TRDA 2191  Dance History 
  • TRDA 2191W  Dance History (same as CTAD 2191W)
  • TRDA 2195/TRDA 2195W   Global Dance History (same as CTAD 2195/CTAD 2195W)
  • TRDA 3245/TRDA 3245W  History of the Theatre I (same as CTAD 3245/CTAD 3245W )
  • TRDA 3246/TRDA 3246W  History of the Theatre II (same as CTAD 3246/ CTAD 3246W)

Note:

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.

Global or Cross-Cultural Perspectives
  • AH 1031  Survey of Art and Architecture I (effective Fall 2017) (same as CAH 1031 effective Summer 2020)
  • AH 2191  South Asian Art (effective Fall 2017)
  • AMST 1000  Dean's Seminar: Media, Culture & COVID (effective Spring 2021)
  • AMST 1200  The Sixties in America
  • AMST 2010  Early American Cultural History (same as HIST 2010)
  • AMST 2011  Modern American Cultural History (same as HIST 2011)
  • AMST 2120W  Freedom in American Thought and Popular Culture (same as PSC 2120W)
  • AMST 2210  The African American Experience
  • AMST 2320  U.S. Media and Cultural History (same as HIST 2320)
  • AMST 2350  U.S. Religion and Politics (same as HIST 2350)
  • AMST 2380  Sexuality in U.S. History (same as HIST 2380 & WGSS 2380)
  • AMST 2385/AMST 2385W  Sex and Citizenship (effective Fall 2017) (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as WGSS 2385/WGSS 2385W)
  • AMST 2410/AMST 2410W  Twentieth Century U.S. Immigration (same as HIST 2410/ HIST 2410W) (effective Summer 2020)
  • AMST 2440/AMST 2440W  The American City (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as HIST 2440/HIST 2440W)
  • AMST 2610/AMST 2610W  Science, Technology, and Politics in Modern America (effective Fall 2017) (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as HIST 2610/HIST 2610W)
  • AMST 2710  The United States in the World (same as HIST 2710)
  • AMST 2730/AMST 2730W  World War II in History and Memory (same as HIST 2730/HIST 2730W)
  • AMST 2750/AMST 2750W  Latinos in the United States (same as ANTH 2750/ANTH 2750W)
  • AMST 3352/AMST 3352W  U.S. Women's History to 1865 (same as HIST 3352/ HIST 3352W & WGSS 3352/WGSS 3352W)
  • AMST 3353  U.S. Women's History II (effective Fall 2018) (same as HIST 3353 & WGSS 3353 )
  • AMST 3360  African American History to 1865 (same as HIST 3360)
  • AMST 3361  African American History Since 1865 (same as HIST 3361)
  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: Cities and Societies (effective Fall 2022)
  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: Dogs Are People, Too: Domestication & Animals in Society (effective Fall 2022)
  • ANTH 1000  Dean's Seminar: The Social Co-Production of Pandemics: Science, Policy, and Media (effective Fall 2022)
  • ANTH 1002/ANTH 1002W  Sociocultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 1003  Archaeology
  • ANTH 1004  Language in Culture and Society
  • ANTH 2008/ANTH 2008W  Foundations of Anthropological Thought
  • ANTH 2750/ANTH 2750W  Latinos in the United States (same as AMST 2750/AMST 2750W)
  • ANTH 3704  Cultures of Southeast Asia (effective Summer 2017)
  • ANTH 3838/ANTH 3838W  Theory and Practice in Archaeology
  • ARAB 1000  Dean's Seminar: Arab Comics and Culture (effective Fall 2022)
  • ARAB 2105  Special Topics Course: Pop Culture in the Middle East and North Africa Global Biodiversity (effective Fall 2023)
  • CAH 1031  Survey of Art and Architecture I (same as AH 1031) (effective Summer 2020)
  • CHIN 3111  Chinese Literature in Translation I (ends effective Spring 2019) (same as CHIN 6111 effective Summer 2018)
  • CHIN 3112  Chinese Literature in Translation II (ends effective Spring 2019) (same as CHIN 6112 effective Summer 2018)
  • CHIN 3116  Language Policy of China (effective Spring 2020)
  • CHIN 3123  Introduction to Chinese Linguistics
  • CHIN 3124  Introduction to Chinese Linguistics
  • CHIN 3163  Taiwanese Literature and Film
  • CHIN 3173  Chinese Drama and Theatre
  • CIAR 1000  Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design (formerly known as IA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design) 
  • CIAR 3325 Concepts in Modern Architecture 
  • CLAS 2113  The Roman World to 337 A.D. (ends effective Spring 2018) (same as HIST 2113
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creating Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2022) (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Creating Across Arts and Cultures)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Dance Cultures of the Silk Road (effective Fall 2022) (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Dance Cultures of the Silk Road)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021)(formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements)
  • CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • EALL 3811  Confucian Literature in East Asia (same as REL 2811)
  • EALL 3814  Religion and Philosophy in East Asia 
  • EALL 3814W  Religion and Philosophy in East Asia (formerly known as REL 3814)
  • ENGL 1300  The Bible as Literature
  • ENGL 1330/ENGL 1330W  Myths of Britain
  • ENGL 1340/ENGL 1340W  Essential Shakespeare
  • ENGL 2610/ENGL 2610W  Introduction to Black Literature of America 
  • ENGL 2611/ENGL 2611W  Introduction to Black Literature of America II
  • ENGL 2710/ENGL 2710W Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as WGSS 2710/WGSS 2710W)
  • ENGL 2711  Postcolonialism and Migration in Global Anglophone Literature and Film
  • ENGL 2711W  Postcolonialism and Migration in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as WGSS 2711W)
  • ENGL 2712/ENGL 2712W  Bollywood Cinema (effective Fall 2017) (same as ENGL 1712W)
  • ENGL 3730  Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Fall 2017) (same as WGSS 3730 effective Summer 2020)
  • ENGL 3730W  Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Fall 2017)
  • ENGL 3800  Special Topics: Literature of Hawaii
  • FREN 2006  Language, Culture, and Society II
  • FREN 3020  Contemporary France (ends Spring 2019)
  • FREN 3100  Introduction to French Literature (ends effective Spring 2019)
  • FREN 4540  Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Culture
  • GEOG 1000  Dean's Seminar: Geographies of Empire and Colonialism (effective Fall 2022)
  • GEOG 1000  Dean's Seminar: Can we mine our way out of climate change? (effective Fall 2022)
  • GEOG 1001  Introduction to Human Geography
  • GER 1000  Dean's Seminar: Folklore, Politics & Social Change
  • GER 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fairy Tale from Grimm's to Disney (effective Fall 2017)
  • GER 2091  Introduction to German Literature—in English I
  • GER 2092  Introduction to German Literature—in English II
  • GER 2161  German Culture–in English I
  • GER 2162  German Culture–in English II
  • GER 3182  The Fairy Tale from the Grimms to Disney (effective Spring 2019)
  • GER 3187  German Cinema after 1945 (effective Fall 2017)
  • GREK 1001  Beginning Classical Greek I (ends effective Fall 2017)
  • GTCH 3300  Anti-Racist STEM Education (effective Fall 2021)
  • HIST 1011  World History, 1500-Present
  • HIST 1020  Approaches to Women's History (effective Fall 2018) (same as WGSS 1020)
  • HIST 1110  Foundations of Europe to 1715
  • HIST 1120  Europe in the World Since 1715
  • HIST 1120W  European Civilization in its World Context
  • HIST 1121  The War of Ideas in European and International History, 1750-Present
  • HIST 1310  Introduction to American History from the Pre-Columbian Era to 1877
  • HIST 1311  Introduction to American History since 1877
  • HIST 2010  Early American Cultural History (same as AMST 2010)
  • HIST 2011  Modern American Cultural History (same as AMST 2011)
  • HIST 2050  History of Jewish Civilization: From the Bible to Modernity
  • HIST 2061  Ghetto: History of a Concept (effective Spring 2020)
  • HIST 2113  The Roman World to 337 A.D. (ends effective Spring 2018) (same as CLAS 2113)
  • HIST 2124  Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • HIST 2125  Twentieth-Century Europe
  • HIST 2131  History of England Since 1689
  • HIST 2141  History of France Since 1789
  • HIST 2160  History of Germany
  • HIST 2312  The American Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877
  • HIST 2313  History of the American West
  • HIST 2320  U.S. Media and Cultural History (same as AMST 2320)
  • HIST 2321  U.S. History, 1890-1945
  • HIST 2322  U.S. History since 1945
  • HIST 2350  U.S. Religion and Politics (same as AMST 2350)
  • HIST 2380  Sexuality in U.S. History (same as AMST 2380 & WGSS 2380)
  • HIST 2410HIST 2410W Twentieth Century U.S. Immigration (effective Summer 2020) (same as AMST 2410/AMST 2410W)
  • HIST 2440/HIST 2440W  The American City (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as AMST 2440/AMST 2440W)
  • HIST 2520 Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World (effective Spring 2019)
  • HIST 2610/HIST 2610W  Science, Technology, and Politics in Modern America (effective Fall 2017) (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as AMST 2610/AMST 2610W
  • HIST 2710  The United States in the World (same as AMST 2710)
  • HIST 2730/HIST 2730W  World War II in History and Memory (same as AMST 2730/ AMST 2730W)
  • HIST 2811  The Formation of Islam to 1500 (effective Spring 2018)
  • HIST 2850  Modernization in Russia, Turkey, and Iran (effective Spring 2018)
  • HIST 3044W  The Price of Freedom: Normandy 1944
  • HIST 3352/HIST 3352W  U.S. Women's History to 1865 (same as AMST 3352/ AMST 3352W & WGSS 3352/WGSS 3352W)
  • HIST 3353  U.S. Women's History II (effective Fall 2018) (same as AMST 3353 & WGSS 3353 )
  • HIST 3360  African American History to 1865 (same as AMST 3360)
  • HIST 3361  African American History Since 1865 (same as AMST 3361)
  • HIST 3811/HIST 3811W  The Emergence of the Modern Middle East
  • HSSJ 1000  Dean's Seminar: International Humanitarian Assistance (effective Fall 2022)
  • IA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design (same as CIAR 1000 Dean's Seminar: Modern Architecture and Design)
  • IA 3325  Concepts in Modern Architecture (same as CIAR 3325)
  • ITAL 4184  Contemporary Italian Cinema (effective Spring 2018)
  • ITAL 4380   Italian Journeys Medieval to Postmodern
  • JAPN 3111  Japanese Literature in Translation I
  • JAPN 3112  Japanese Literature in Translation II
  • KOR 3111  Korean Literature in Translation I
  • KOR 3112  Korean Literature in Translation II
  • KOR 3123  Introduction to Korean Linguistics
  • KOR 3124  Introduction to Korean Linguistics
  • MUS 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2021) (same as TRDA 1000: Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures)
  • PHIL 2125/PHIL 2125W   Philosophy of Race and Gender (ends effective Fall 2017)
  • PHIL 2134  Philosophy of Human Rights
  • PSC 1000  Dean's Seminar: How Democracies Die (effective Fall 2022)
  • PSC 1001/PSC 1001W  Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PSC 1012W  Introduction to Politics II
  • PSC 2120W  Freedom in American Thought and Popular Culture (same as AMST 2120W)
  • PSTD 1010  Introduction to Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
  • REL 1000 Dean's Seminar: Islam and the Digital Age (same as WGSS 1000 )
  • REL 1010/REL 1010W  The New Testament
  • REL 2165  The Gospels
  • REL 2169  Lost Gospels
  • REL 2301  Christianity
  • REL 2562  Mythologies of India
  • REL 2811  Confucian Literature in East Asia (same as EALL 3811)
  • REL 2814  Religion and Philosophy in East Asia (formerly known as EALL 3814  & REL 3814)
  • REL 2981  Women in Western Religion (same as WGSS 3981)
  • REL 3149/REL 3149W  Biblical Issues (ends effective Spring 2020)
  • REL 3151/REL 3151W  The Historical Jesus
  • REL 3161/REL 3161W  The Life and Thought of Paul
  • REL 3923  Violence and Peace in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • SOC 2101  Social Research Methods (ends effective Spring 2019)
  • SOC 2102  Techniques of Data Analysis (ends effective Spring 2019)
  • SLAV 1017  Russian Rock Music: A Cultural History (effective Summer 2020)
  • SLAV 2310  The Russian Media Since Communism (effective Fall 2018)
  • SLAV 2320  The Social History of Modern Russian Music (effective Spring 2020)
  • SLHS 1071/SLHS 1071W  Foundations of Human Communication (new number effective Fall 2020) (same as SPHR 1071/ SPHR 1071W)
  • SLHS 1072  Multicultural Issues in Human Communication (new number effective Fall 2019) (same as SPHR 1072) (effective Fall 2018)
  • SLHS 1084  Perspectives in Deaf Culture (new number effective Spring 2020) (same as SPHR 1084)
  • SPAN 1095  The Spanish-Speaking World: Spain, Latin America, and the United States (effective Spring 2020) (same as SPAN 2500)
  • SPAN 2005  Advanced Spanish I
  • SPAN 2006  Advanced Spanish II (same as SPAN 2026 & SPAN 2156)
  • SPAN 2026  Advanced Spanish for Heritage Learners (effective Fall 2020) (same as SPAN 2006 & SPAN 2156)
  • SPAN 2056  Intensive Advanced Spanish (same as a combination of both SPAN 2005 & SPAN 2006)
  • SPAN 2156  Intensive Advanced Spanish for Heritage Learners (effective Fall 2020) (same as SPAN 2006 & SPAN 2026)
  • SPAN 2500  The Spanish-Speaking World: Spain, Latin America, and the United States (new number effective Summer 2021) (same as SPAN 1095)
  • SPAN 3100/SPAN 3100W  Texts and Contexts of the Spanish-Speaking World (WID effective Spring 2020) 
  • SPAN 3200  Bilingualism in the Spanish-Speaking World (effective Summer 2020)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures (effective Fall 2021) (same as MUS 1000: Dean's Seminar: Creativity Across Arts and Cultures)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (same as CTAD 1000: Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • WGSS 1000  Dean's Seminar: Islam and the Digital Age (same as REL 1000)
  • WGSS 1020  Approaches to Women's History (effective Fall 2018) (same as HIST 1020)
  • WGSS 2380  Sexuality in U.S. History (same as AMST 2380 & HIST 2380)
  • WGSS 2385/WGSS 2385W  Sex and Citizenship (WID effective Fall 2018) (same as AMST 2385/AMST 2385W)
  • WGSS 2710  Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (effective Spring 2020) (same as ENGL 2710)
  • WGSS 2710W Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as ENGL 2710W
  • WGSS 2711W  Postcolonialism and Migration in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as ENGL 2711W)
  • WGSS 3352/WGSS 3352W  U.S. Women's History to 1865 (same as AMST 3352/AMST 3352W & HIST 3352/HIST 3352W)
  • WGSS 3353  U.S. Women's History II  (effective Fall 2018) (same as AMST 3353 & HIST 3353 )
  • WGSS 3730 Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Summer 2020) (same as ENGL 3730)

  • WGSS 3981  Women in Western Religion (formerly known at WSTU 3981) (same as REL 2981)

Note:

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.

Local/Civic Engagement
  • AMST 2020/AMST 2020W  Washington, DC: History, Culture, and Politics (same as HIST 2020/HIST 2020W)
  • AMST 2450  History and Meaning of Higher Education in the United States (effective Fall 2021)
  • AMST 2630  Discovering the Mind
  • AMST 3625  Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives on Data Ethics (effective Fall 2021) (same as ANTH 3625 and DATS 2101
  • ANTH 3625  Ethnographic and Historical Perspectives on Data Ethics (effective Fall 2021) (same as AMST 3625 and DATS 2101
  • BISC 1007  Food, Nutrition, and Service
  • BISC 1008  Understanding Organisms through Service Learning
  • CGD 2020  Communication Design (effective Summer 2020)
  • CHEM 1003  Energy, Environment, and Society: Current Issues and Future Outlook (ends effective Fall 2017)
  • CMUS 2110  Hip Hop Music: History, Culture and Aesthetics (effective Fall 2022)
  • CSA 1702  Screenprinting (effective Fall 2020) (formally known as CSA 2702
  • CSA 3915  Public Spectacle in Socially Engaged Art (same as CFA 3511)
  • CTAD 1021W  The Artist Activist (effective Spring 2022) 
  • DATS 2101  Ethical Life in a Digital World (effective Fall 2021) (same as ANTH 3625 and AMST 3625)
  • ECON 1002 Introduction to Personal Finance (effective Spring 2023)
  • GEOG 1003  Society and Environment
  • GEOG 3143/GEOG 3143W  Urban Sustainability (effective Summer 2022)
  • GTCH 3103  Project-Based Learning (effective Fall 2020)
  • HIST 2020/HIST 2020W  Washington, DC: History, Culture, and Politics (same as AMST 2020/AMST 2020W)
  • HONR 1033  Honors Seminar: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery
  • HSSJ 2200  Principles of Ethical Leadership (effective Fall 2021)
  • PHIL 2133  Philosophy and Nonviolence
  • PHIL 2136  Contemporary Issues in Ethics
  • PHIL 2140  Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Friendship (effective Summer 2018)
  • PHIL 2281  Philosophy of the Environment
  • PHIL 3142/PHIL 3142W  Philosophy of Law
  • PSC 1002/PSC 1002W  Introduction to American Politics and Government
  • PSC 1011  Introduction to Politics I
  • SOC 1002  The Sociological Imagination 
  • SUST 1001  Introduction to Sustainability
Oral Communication
  • AMST 1000 Dean's Seminar: Zombie Capitalism
  • AMST 1000  Dean's Seminar: Nature & Culture of Children
  • AMST 2010  Early American Cultural History (not effective for Fall 2020) (same as HIST 2010)
  • AMST 2450  History and Meaning of Higher Education in the United States (effective Fall 2021)
  • AMST 2620  Human Mind and Artificial Intelligence (effective Spring 2018)
  • ANTH 1004  Language in Culture and Society
  • ANTH 2008/ANTH 2008W  Foundations of Anthropological Thought
  • ANTH 2502  Anthropology of Science and Technology: Twenty-First Century Brave New World
  • ANTH 3704   Cultures of Southeast Asia (effective Summer 2017)
  • ANTH 3838/ANTH 3838W  Theory and Practice in Archaeology
  • ARAB 3105  Arabic Literature From Arabia to America (effective Spring 2024)
  • ARAB 3202  Media Arabic (effective Spring 2024)
  • ARAB 3001:  Advanced Arabic I (effective Fall 2023)

  • ARAB 4002: Arabic Narratives Through the Age (effective Spring 2024)

  • CAH 2113  Survey of Early Islamic Art and Architecture from the Seventh to Fourteenth Centuries (new number effective Fall 2020) ( formerly known as AH 2113)
  • CAH 2114  Survey of Islamic Art and Architecture from the Fourteenth Century to the Present (new number effective Fall 2020) (formerly known as AH 2114
  • CFN 1093  First-Year Studio 4: Interaction (effective Spring 2018)
  • CHEM 2118W  Practicing Science Communications (effective Summer 2020)
  • CMUS 2122/CMUS 2122W  Music in the U.S. (effective Spring 2022)(formerly known as MUS 2122/MUS 2122W)
  • COMM 1040  Public Communication
  • COMM 1041  Interpersonal Communication
  • CSA 2513  Photography: From Photograms to Scanograms
  • CSA 2703  Wood Block Print
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021)(formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress)
  • CTAD 1000  Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (formerly known as TRDA 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • EAP 1010  Oral Academic Communication for International Students (effective Fall 2019)
  • ECON 4198W  Proseminar in Economics
  • ENGL 1000  Dean's Seminar: Making Movies out of Books (effective Fall 2022)
  • ENGL 1365  Literature and the Environment (effective Fall 2017)
  • ENGL 1710/ENGL 1710W  Introduction to Postcolonial Literature and Film I (ends effective Fall 2019)
  • ENGL 1711/ENGL 1711W  Introduction to Postcolonial Literature and Film II (ends effective Fall 2019)
  • ENGL 2510/ENGL 2510W  Introduction to American Literature I
  • ENGL 2710  Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (effective Spring 2020) (same as WGSS 2710)
  • ENGL 2710W  Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (effective Spring 2020) (same as WGSS 2710W)
  • ENGL 2711W  Postcolonialism and Migration in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as WGSS 2711W)
  • ENGL 3385  American Memoir (effective Fall 2017)
  • ENGL 3400  Topics in Literature and Finance (effective Spring 2019)
  • ENGL 3481/ENGL 3481W  The Eighteenth Century II
  • ENGL 3620  American Poetry I
  • ENGL 3621/ENGL 3621W  American Poetry II (effective Fall 2017)
  • ENGL 3730  Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Fall 2017) (same as WGSS 3730 effective Summer 2020)
  • ENGL 3730W  Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Fall 2017) 
  • ENGL 3800   Special Topics: Literature of Hawaii
  • ENGL 3918  Literature and Medicine (effective Fall 2017)
  • FREN 1000
  • FREN 2005  Language, Culture, and Society I
  • FREN 2006  Language, Culture, and Society II
  • FREN 2500  Cultural Politics of Food in France (effective Spring 2020)
  • FREN 2600  French Culture in Context (effective Fall 2021)
  • FREN 3020  Contemporary France (ends effective Spring 2019)
  • FREN 3500  Race, Religion, and Identity in France (effective Fall 2018)
  • FREN 3700  History of French Cinema (effective Fall 2018)
  • GEOG 1000  Dean's Seminar: Migrants and the City (effective Spring 2018)
  • GER 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fairy Tale from Grimm's to Disney (effective Fall 2017)
  • GER 2091  Introduction to German Literature—in English I
  • GER 2092  Introduction to German Literature—in English II
  • GER 2109   Advanced Conversation and Composition (effective Fall 2018)
  • GER 2109W   Advanced Conversation and Composition (effective Fall 2020)
  • GER 2111  Business German (effective Spring 2020)
  • GER 2161  German Culture–in English I
  • GER 3182  The Fairy Tale from the Grimms to Disney (effective Spring 2019)
  • GER 3187  German Cinema after 1945 (effective Fall 2017)
  • GREK 1002  Beginning Classical Greek II (effective Spring 2018)
  • GTCH 2003  Step 1 and 2 Hybrid: Inquiry Approaches to Teaching and Lesson Design (new number effective Spring 2021) (formerly known as GTCH 1003) (effective Fall 2019)
  • GTCH 3101  Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science (effective Fall 2019)
  • HEBR 3101/HEBR 3101W  Modern Hebrew Literary Classics in Translation (effective Spring 2020)
  • HIST 1110  Foundations of Europe to 1715
  • HIST 2010  Early American Cultural History (not effective for Fall 2020) (same as AMST 2010)
  • HIST 2050  History of Jewish Civilization: From the Bible to Modernity
  • HIST 2060  Modern Jewish History (new number effective Spring 2019) (formerly known as HIST 3060) (same as JSTD 2060)
  • HIST 3044W  The Price of Freedom: Normandy 1944
  • HONR 1034  Honors Seminar: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery (effective Spring 2018)
  • HSSJ 4195  Senior Capstone (effective Spring 2020)
  • ITAL 4380  Italian Journeys Medieval to Postmodern
  • JSTD 2060 Modern Jewish History (effective Spring 2019) (same as HIST 2060)
  • LATN 2002/LATN2002W  Poetry of Empire (effective Fall 2018)
  • MUS 2122/MUS 2122W  Music in the U.S. (same as CMUS 2122/CMUS 2122W)
  • ORSC 2000 Sophomore Colloquium: Diversity in Organizations (effective Spring 2018)
  • PHIL 2124/PHIL 2124W  Philosophies of Disability
  • PHIL 2133  Philosophy and Nonviolence (ends effective Fall 2017)
  • PHIL 2134  Philosophy of Human Rights
  • PHIL 4192  Analytic Philosophy (effective Fall 2017)
  • PHIL 4198/PHIL 4198W  Proseminar
  • PHYS 4195  Physics Capstone (effective Fall 2018)
  • PHYS 4195W  Physics Capstone
  • PSTD 1010  Introduction to Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution  
  • REL 1010/REL 1010W The New Testament
  • REL 2301  Christianity
  • REL 2814  Religion and Philosophy in East Asia (effective Fall 2018) (formerly known as REL 3814 & EALL 3814)
  • REL 2981  Women in Western Religion (effective Fall 2022) (same as WGSS 3981)
  • SLHS 1011  Voice and Diction (new number effective Spring 2020) (same as SPHR 1011) (effective Fall 2018)
  • SLHS 4201  Social Communication Development (ends effective Summer 2021)
  • SOC 4192  Advanced Seminar in Criminal Justice (effective Spring 2020)
  • SOC 4195  Senior Research Seminar (effective Spring 2020)
  • SOC 4195W  Senior Research Seminar (effective Fall 2020)
  • SPAN 2006  Advanced Spanish II (ends effective Spring 2018)
  • SPAN 2056  Intensive Advanced Spanish (ends effective Spring 2023)
  • SPAN 3022  Advanced Oral Proficiency: Environmental and Social Sustainability in Latin America
  • SPAN 3100/SPAN 3100W  Texts and Contexts of the Spanish-Speaking World (effective Spring 2020)
  • SPAN 3200  Bilingualism in the Spanish-Speaking World (effective Summer 2020)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet (same as CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Designing Classical Ballet)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture (same as CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Global Dress and Culture)
  • TRDA 1000  Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress (effective Fall 2021) (same as CTAD 1000 Dean's Seminar: Fashion Statements: The Visual Narrative of Dress)
  • WGSS 2710  Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (effective Spring 2020) (same as ENGL 2710)
  • WGSS 2710W  Postcolonialism, Race, and Gender in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (effective Spring 2020) (same as ENGL 2710W)
  • WGSS 2711W  Postcolonialism and Migration in Global Anglophone Literature and Film (same as ENGL 2711W)
  • WGSS 3730  Topics in Global Postcolonial Literature and Film (effective Summer 2020) (same as ENGL 3730)
  • WGSS 3981  Women in Western Religion (effective Fall 2022) (formerly known at WSTU 3981) (same as REL 2981)
  • WLP 1020  Writing, Literature, and Society (effective Spring 2022)

Notes: 

Language courses require placement tests.

Dean's seminars are restricted to first-year students.