Group Satisfying & Multicultural Courses

Group Satisfying & Multicultural Courses

Bachelor's degree candidates are required to complete work in each of three groups representing comprehensive fields of knowledge: Arts & Letters (A&L), Social Science (SSC), and Science (SC). Approved group-satisfying courses must be at least 3 credits each. Students may use only one course that has the same subject code as their major to fulfill group requirements.

Bachelor's degree candidates must complete one course in two of the following categories: A: American Cultures (AC); B: Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance (IP); C: International Cultures (IC). A minimum of 6 credits in approved courses must be earned.

More information about the Group Requirements and Multicultural Requirement can be found in the Registration and Academic Policies section of the University Catalog.

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  • A&L: Arts & Letters
  • SSC: Social Science
  • SC: Science
  • AC: American Cultures
  • IP: Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance
  • IC: International Cultures

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
AAD 250 Art and Human Values        
AAD 251 The Arts and Visual Literacy        
AAD 252 Art and Gender        
AAD 301 Understanding Arts and Creative Sectors          
ANTH 114 Anthropology of Pirates and Piracy        
ANTH 145 Principles of Archaeology          
ANTH 150 World Archaeology        
ANTH 161 World Cultures        
ANTH 162 Introduction to Medical Anthropology        
ANTH 163 Origins of Storytelling        
ANTH 165 Sexuality and Culture        
ANTH 170 Introduction to Human Origins          
ANTH 171 Introduction to Monkeys and Apes          
ANTH 173 Evolution of Human Sexuality        
ANTH 175 Evolutionary Medicine          
ANTH 176 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology          
ANTH 234 Pacific Island Societies        
ANTH 270 Introduction to Biological Anthropology          
ANTH 280 Introduction to Language and Culture          
ANTH 311 Anthropology of Globalization        
ANTH 314 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective        
ANTH 315 Gender, Folklore, Inequality        
ANTH 320 Native North Americans        
ANTH 322 Anthropology of the United States        
ANTH 326 Caribbean Societies        
ANTH 327 Anthropological Perspectives on Africa        
ANTH 328 New Guinea        
ANTH 329 Immigration and Farmworkers Political Culture        
ANTH 330 Hunters and Gatherers        
ANTH 331 Cultures of South Asia        
ANTH 340 Fundamentals of Archaeology          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
ANTH 341 Food Origins          
ANTH 342 Archaeology of Egypt and Near East        
ANTH 343 Pacific Islands Archaeology        
ANTH 344 Oregon Archaeology        
ANTH 345 Archaeology of East Asia          
ANTH 347 Archaeology of Ancient Cities        
ANTH 350 Olmec, Maya, and Aztec Societies        
ANTH 355 Lithic Analysis in Archaeology          
ANTH 361 Human Evolution          
ANTH 362 Human Biological Variation        
ANTH 368 Scientific Racism: An Anthropological History          
ANTH 369 Human Growth and Development          
ANTH 375 Primates in Ecological Communities          
ANTH 376 Genomics and Anthropology          
ANTH 413 Culture and Psychology          
ANTH 420 Culture, Illness, and Healing          
ANTH 421 Anthropology of Gender          
ANTH 424 Feminist Methods in Anthropology          
ANTH 429 Jewish Folklore and Ethnology          
ANTH 430 Balkan Society and Folklore          
ANTH 434 Native South Americans          
ANTH 439 Feminism and Ethnography          
ANTH 442 Northwest Coast Archaeology          
ANTH 443 North American Archaeology          
ANTH 448 Gender and Archaeology          
ANTH 465 Gender Issues in Nutritional Anthropology          
ARB 201 Second-Year Arabic          
ARB 202 Second-Year Arabic          
ARB 203 Second-Year Arabic          
ARB 301 Language and Culture        
ARB 302 Language and Culture        
ARB 303 Language and Culture        
ARB 331 Reading Classical Arabic          
ARH 101 Global Masterpieces: Monuments in Context        
ARH 204 History of Western Art I          
ARH 205 History of Western Art II          
ARH 206 History of Western Art III          
ARH 207 History of Indian Art        
ARH 208 History of Chinese Art        
ARH 209 History of Japanese Art        
ARH 210 Contemporary Asian Art and Architecture        

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
ARH 314 History of Western Architecture I          
ARH 315 History of Western Architecture II          
ARH 320M History of Jewish Art        
ARH 322 Art of Ancient Greece          
ARH 323 Art of Ancient Rome          
ARH 331 Cultures of the Medieval West          
ARH 348 Rome in Age of Bernini          
ARH 349 History of Prints          
ARH 351 19th-Century Art          
ARH 353 Modern Art 1880-1950          
ARH 354 Art since 1945          
ARH 358 History of Design          
ARH 359 History of Photography          
ARH 381 Nomadic Art of Eurasia        
ARH 384 Chinese Art I        
ARH 386 Chinese Art III        
ARH 387 Chinese Buddhist Art        
ARH 397 Japanese Buddhist Art        
ARH 463 Native American Architecture          
ARH 488 Japanese Prints          
ART 101 Understanding Contemporary Media          
ART 111 The Artist Experience          
ASIA 350 What is Asia: Theoretical Debates          
ASL 201 Second-Year American Sign Language          
ASL 202 Second-Year American Sign Language          
ASL 203 Second-Year American Sign Language          
ASL 301 American Deaf Culture          
ASTR 121 The Solar System          
ASTR 122 Birth and Death of Stars          
ASTR 123 Galaxies and the Expanding Universe          
BA 101 Introduction to Business          
BI 121 Introduction to Human Physiology          
BI 122 Introduction to Human Genetics          
BI 123 Biology of Cancer          
BI 130 Introduction to Ecology          
BI 131 Introduction to Evolution          
BI 132 Introduction to Animal Behavior          
BI 140M Science, Policy, and Biology          
BI 150 The Ocean Planet          
BI 211 General Biology I: Cells          
BI 212 General Biology II: Organisms          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
BI 213 General Biology III: Populations          
BI 214 General Biology IV: Mechanisms          
BI 281H Honors Biology I: Cells, Biochemistry and Physiology          
BI 282H Honors Biology II: Genetics and Molecular Biology          
BI 283H Honors Biology III: Evolution, Diversity and Ecology          
BI 306 Pollination Biology          
BI 307 Forest Biology          
BI 309 Tropical Diseases in Africa          
BI 357 Marine Biology          
BI 372 Filed Biology          
CAS 101H Reacting to the Past          
CH 111 Introduction to Chemical Principles          
CH 113 The Chemistry of Sustainability          
CH 114 Green Product Design          
CH 140M Science, Policy, and Biology          
CH 157M Information, Quantum Mechanics and DNA          
CH 221 General Chemistry          
CH 222 General Chemistry          
CH 223 General Chemistry          
CH 224H Honors General Chemistry          
CH 225H Honors General Chemistry          
CH 226H Honors General Chemistry          
CHN 150 Introduction to the Chinese Novel        
CHN 151 Introduction to Chinese Film        
CHN 152 Introduction to Chinese Popular Culture        
CHN 201 Second-Year Chinese          
CHN 202 Second-Year Chinese          
CHN 203 Second-Year Chinese          
CHN 301 Third-Year Chinese          
CHN 302 Third-Year Chinese          
CHN 303 Third-Year Chinese          
CHN 305 History of Chinese Literature        
CHN 306 History of Chinese Literature        
CHN 307 History of Chinese Literature        
CHN 308 Literature of Modern Taiwan        
CHN 350 Gender and Sexuality in Traditional Chinese Literature        
CHN 351 Gender and Sexuality in Modern Chinese Literature        
CHN 380 Self and Society in Traditional Chinese Literature          
CHN 381 City in Chinese Literature and Film        
CHN 423 Issues in Early Chinese Literature          
CHN 424 Issues in Medieval Chinese Literature          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
CHN 425 Issues in Modern Chinese Literature          
CHN 451 Post-Mao Fiction and Debate          
CHN 452 Chinese Film and Theory          
CINE 350 Gender and Sexuality in European Cinema        
CINE 360 Film Theory          
CIS 105 Explorations in Computing          
CIS 110 Fluency with Information Technology          
CIS 111 Introduction to Web Programming          
CIS 115 Multimedia Web Programming          
CIS 122 Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving          
CIS 210 Computer Science I          
CIS 211 Computer Science II          
CIS 212 Computer Science III          
CLAS 110 Classical Mythology        
CLAS 201 Greek Life and Culture          
CLAS 202 Roman Life and Culture          
CLAS 301 Greek and Roman Epic          
CLAS 302 Greek and Roman Tragedy          
CLAS 303 Classical Greek Philosophers          
CLAS 310 Early China, Ancient Greece        
CLAS 311 Death and Rebirth in Greece and India        
CLAS 314 Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity        
COLT 101 Introduction to Comparative Literature        
COLT 102 Introduction to Comparative Literature        
COLT 103 Introduction to Comparative Literature        
COLT 211 Comparative World Literature        
COLT 212 Comparative World Cinema        
COLT 231 Literature and Society        
COLT 232 Literature and Film        
COLT 233 Literature and Science          
COLT 301 Approaches to Comparative Literature        
COLT 305 Cultural Studies        
COLT 360 Gender and Identity in Literature        
COLT 370 Comparative Comics        
DAN 251 Looking at Dance          
DAN 301 Dance in Traditional Cultures: Africa: [Topic]          
DANE 201 Second-Year Danish          
DANE 202 Second-Year Danish          
DANE 203 Second-Year Danish          
EALL 209 Language and Society in East Asia        
EALL 210 China: A Cultural Odyssey        

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
EALL 211 Japan: A Cultural Odyssey        
EALL 360 East Asian Cinema        
EC 101 Contemporary Economic Issues          
EC 201 Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics          
EC 202 Introduction to Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics          
EC 327 Introduction to Game Theory          
EC 330 Urban and Regional Economic Problems        
EC 333 Resource and Environmental Economic Issues          
EC 340 Issues in Public Economics          
EC 350 Labor Market Issues          
EC 360 Issues in Industrial Organization          
EC 370 Money and Banking          
EC 380 International Economic Issues          
EC 390 Problems and Issues in the Developing Economies        
EC 430 Urban and Regional Economics          
EC 490 Economic Growth and Development          
EDST 111 Educational Issues and Problems          
ENG 104 Introduction to Literature: Fiction          
ENG 105 Introduction to Literature: Drama          
ENG 106 Introduction to Literature: Poetry          
ENG 107 World Literature        
ENG 108 World Literature        
ENG 109 World Literature        
ENG 110 Introduction to Film and Media          
ENG 207 Shakespeare          
ENG 208 Shakespeare          
ENG 210 Survey of English Literature          
ENG 211 Survey of English Literature          
ENG 215 Survey of American Literature          
ENG 216 Survey of American Literature          
ENG 225 Age of King Arthur          
ENG 230 Introduction to Environmental Literature          
ENG 241 Introduction to African American Literature        
ENG 242 Introduction to Asian American Literature        
ENG 243 Introduction to Chicano and Latino Literature        
ENG 244 Introduction to Native American Literature        
ENG 245 Introduction to Ethnic American Literature: [Topic]          
ENG 246 Introduction to Global Literatures in English: [Topic]          
ENG 265 History of the Motion Picture          
ENG 266 History of the Motion Picture          
ENG 267 History of the Motion Picture          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
ENG 315 Women Writers' Cultures: [Topic]          
ENG 316 Women Writers' Forms: [Topic]          
ENG 321 English Novel          
ENG 322 English Novel          
ENG 323 English Novel          
ENG 330 Oral Controversy and Advocacy          
ENG 335 Inventing Arguments          
ENG 340 Jewish Writers        
ENG 360 African American Writers          
ENG 361 Native American Writers          
ENG 362 Asian American Writers          
ENG 363 Chicano and Latino Writers          
ENG 364 Comparative Ethnic American Literatures          
ENG 365 Global Literatures in English          
ENG 380 Film, Media, and History          
ENG 381 Film, Media, and Culture        
ENG 385 Graphic Narratives and Cultural Theory          
ENG 391 American Novel          
ENG 392 American Novel          
ENG 394 20th-Century Literature          
ENG 395 20th-Century Literature          
ENG 496 Feminist Film Criticism: [Topic]          
ENG 497 Feminist Literary Theory          
ENG 498 Studies in Women and Literature: [Topic]          
ENVS 201 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Social Sciences          
ENVS 202 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Natural Sciences          
ENVS 203 Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities          
ENVS 335 Allocating Scarce Environmental Resources          
ENVS 345 Environmental Ethics          
ES 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies        
ES 250 Introduction to African American Studies        
ES 252 Introduction to Asian American Studies        
ES 254 Introduction to Chicano and Latino Studies        
ES 256 Introduction to Native American Studies        
ES 310 Race and Popular Culture: [Topic]          
ES 330 Women of Color: Issues and Concerns          
ES 350 Native Americans and the Environment          
ES 352 Social Equity and Criminal Justice        
ES 370 Race, Ethnicity, and Cinema: [Topic]          
ES 440 Race, Literature, and Culture: [Topic]          
ES 456 History of Native American Education          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
FHS 213 Issues for Children and Families          
FINN 201 Second-Year Finnish          
FINN 202 Second-Year Finnish          
FINN 203 Second-Year Finnish          
FLR 225 Voices of Africa        
FLR 235 Folklore and the Supernatural          
FLR 250 Introduction to Folklore        
FLR 255 Folklore and United States Popular Culture        
FLR 370 Folklore and Sexuality        
FLR 411 Folklore and Religion          
FLR 416 African Folklore          
FLR 418 Folklore and Gender          
FLR 483 Folklore and Mythology of the British Isles          
FLR 484 Folklore in the United States          
FR 150 Cultural Legacies of France        
FR 201 Second-Year French          
FR 202 Second-Year French          
FR 203 Second-Year French          
FR 301 Culture et langage: la France contemporaine        
FR 303 Culture et langage: Identites Francophones        
FR 317 French Survey: Medieval and Renaissance          
FR 318 French Survey: Baroque and Enlightenment          
FR 319 French Survey: 19th and 20th Centuries          
FR 330 French Poetry          
FR 331 French Theater          
FR 333 French Narrative          
FR 362 French Film        
FR 373 French-Speaking Communities of the Americas        
FR 497 Francophone Women's Writing          
GEOG 141 The Natural Environment          
GEOG 142 Human Geography        
GEOG 181 Our Digital Earth          
GEOG 201 World Regional Geography        
GEOG 202 Geography of Europe          
GEOG 204 Geography of Russia and Neighbors        
GEOG 205 Geography of Pacific Asia        
GEOG 208 Geography of the United States and Canada        
GEOG 209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa        
GEOG 214 Geography of Latin America        
GEOG 321 Climatology          
GEOG 322 Geomorphology          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
GEOG 323 Biogeography          
GEOG 341 Population and Environment        
GEOG 342 Geography of Globalization          
GEOG 343 Society, Culture, and Place        
GEOG 360 Watershed Science and Policy          
GEOG 361 Global Environmental Change          
GEOG 441 Political Geography          
GEOG 444 Cultural Geography          
GEOG 445 Culture, Ethnicity, and Nationalism          
GEOG 465 Environment and Development          
GEOG 471 North American Historical Landscapes          
GEOG 475 Advanced Geography of Non-European-American Regions: [Topic]          
GEOL 101 Earth's Dynamic Interior          
GEOL 102 Environmental Geology and Landform Development          
GEOL 103 The Evolving Earth          
GEOL 110 People, Rocks, and Fire          
GEOL 156M Scientific Revolutions          
GEOL 201 Earth's Interior Heat and Dynamics          
GEOL 202 Earth Surface and Environmental Geology          
GEOL 203 Evolution of the Earth          
GEOL 213 Geology of National Parks          
GEOL 304 The Fossil Record          
GEOL 305 Dinosaurs          
GEOL 306 Volcanoes and Earthquakes          
GEOL 307 Oceanography          
GEOL 308 Geology of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest          
GEOL 310 Earth Resources and the Environment          
GEOL 353 Geologic Hazards          
GER 201 Second-Year German          
GER 202 Second-Year German          
GER 203 Second-Year German          
GER 204 Intensive Second-Year German          
GER 205 Intensive Second-Year German          
GER 220M From Kierkegaard to Kafka        
GER 221 Postwar Germany: Nation Divided        
GER 222 Voices of Dissent in Germany        
GER 223 Germany: A Multicultural Society        
GER 257 German Culture and Thought        
GER 258 German Culture and Thought        
GER 259 German Culture and Thought        
GER 311 Intermediate Language Training          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
GER 312 Intermediate Language Training          
GER 313 Intermediate Language Training          
GER 314 Intensive Intermediate Language Training        
GER 315 Intensive Intermediate Language Training        
GER 317 Study in Germany          
GER 340 Introduction to German Culture and Society          
GER 341 Introduction to German Culture and Society          
GER 350 Genres in German Literature        
GER 351 Diversity in Germany        
GER 352 Authors in German Literature          
GER 354 German Gender Studies        
GER 355 German Cinema: History, Theory, Practice        
GER 356 German Fairy Tales        
GER 360 Introduction to German Literature: Poetry, Plays, Prose          
GER 361 Introduction to German Literature: Literary Movements          
GER 362 Introduction to German Literature: Interpretive Models          
GER 366 Themes in German Literature          
GER 367 Themes in German Literature          
GER 368 Themes in German Literature          
GRK 301 Authors: [Topic]          
GRK 302 Authors: [Topic]          
GRK 303 Authors: [Topic]          
HC 207H Honors College Science          
HC 209H Honors College Science          
HC 221H Honors College Literature          
HC 222H Honors College Literature          
HC 223H Honors College Literature          
HC 231H Honors College History          
HC 232H Honors College History          
HC 233H Honors College History          
HC 424H Honors College Identities Colloquium: [Topic]          
HC 434H Honors College International Cultures Colloquium: [Topic]          
HC 444H Honors College American Cultures Colloquium: [Topic]          
HIST 101 Western Civilization          
HIST 102 Western Civilization          
HIST 103 Western Civilization          
HIST 104 World History        
HIST 105 World History        
HIST 106 World History        
HIST 120 Foundations of Islamic Civilization        
HIST 121 Women in World History        

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
HIST 186 Cultures of India        
HIST 190 Foundations of East Asian Civilizations        
HIST 191 China, Past and Present        
HIST 192 Japan, Past and Present        
HIST 201 United States          
HIST 202 United States          
HIST 203 United States          
HIST 240 War in the Modern World I          
HIST 241 War in the Modern World II          
HIST 245 Russia, America, and the World          
HIST 250 African American History        
HIST 251 African American History        
HIST 273 Introduction to American Environmental History        
HIST 301 Modern Europe          
HIST 302 Modern Europe          
HIST 303 Modern Europe          
HIST 308 History of Women in the United States I        
HIST 309 History of Women in the United States II        
HIST 319 Early Middle Ages in Europe          
HIST 320 High Middle Ages in Europe          
HIST 321 Late Middle Ages in Europe          
HIST 325 Precolonial Africa        
HIST 326 Colonial and Postcolonial Africa        
HIST 345 Early Russia        
HIST 346 Imperial Russia        
HIST 347 Soviet Union and Contemporary Russia        
HIST 350 American Radicalism          
HIST 351 American Radicalism          
HIST 352 The U.S. in the 1960s          
HIST 356 Black Radicalism in U.S.          
HIST 358 American Jewish History          
HIST 361 Early Modern Science          
HIST 380 Latin America        
HIST 381 Latin America        
HIST 382 Latin America        
HIST 385 South Asia: [Topic]          
HIST 386 India          
HIST 387 Early China        
HIST 388 Vietnam and the United States          
HIST 396 Samurai in Film        
HIST 414 Ancient Rome: [Topic]          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
HIST 415 Advanced World History: [Topic]          
HIST 417 Society and Culture in Modern Africa: [Topic]          
HIST 420 The Idea of Europe          
HIST 444 The Holocaust          
HIST 446 Modern Russia: [Topic]          
HIST 449 Race and Ethnicity in the American West          
HIST 455 Colonial American History          
HIST 469 American Indian History: [Topic]          
HIST 480 Mexico          
HIST 482 Latin America's Indian Peoples          
HIST 483 Latin America: [Topic]          
HIST 484 Philippines          
HIST 487 China: [Topic]          
HIST 490 Japan: [Topic]          
HIST 491 Medicine and Society in Premodern Japan          
HIST 497 Culture, Modernity, and Revolution in China: [Topic]          
HIST 498 Early Japanese Culture and Society: [Topic]          
HPHY 101 Exercise as Medicine          
HPHY 102 Exercise and Wellness across the Life Span          
HPHY 103 Exercise and Performance          
HPHY 104 Understanding Human Disease          
HPHY 105 Principles of Nutrition          
HPHY 111 The Science of Sex          
HUM 101 Introduction to the Humanities I          
HUM 102 Introduction to the Humanities II          
HUM 103 Introduction to the Humanities III          
HUM 245 Food, Art and Literature          
HUM 260 Postwar European Culture        
HUM 300 Themes in the Humanities          
HUM 315 Introduction to African Studies          
HUM 354 The City        
HUM 355 The American City          
HUM 361 Ancient Science and Culture          
INTL 101 Introduction to International Issues        
INTL 240 Perspectives on International Development        
INTL 250 Value Systems in Cross-Cultural Perspective        
INTL 260 Culture, Capitalism, and Globalization        
INTL 280 Global Environmental Issues          
INTL 340 Global Health and Development        
INTL 345 Africa Today: Issues and Concerns          
INTL 360 International Cooperation and Conflict        

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
INTL 370 International Human Rights        
INTL 421 Gender and International Development          
INTL 423 Development and the Muslim World          
INTL 431 Cross-Cultural Communication          
INTL 432 Indigenous Cultural Survival          
INTL 433 Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective          
INTL 442 South Asia: Development and Social Change          
INTL 444 Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia          
INTL 445 Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa          
INTL 447 Comparative Tribalisms          
ITAL 150 Cultural Legacies of Italy        
ITAL 201 Second-Year Italian          
ITAL 202 Second-Year Italian          
ITAL 203 Second-Year Italian          
ITAL 301 Cultura e lingua: l'Italia contemporanea        
ITAL 303 Cultura e lingua: societa, economia, politica        
ITAL 305 Cultura e lingua: arte, musica, i mass media        
ITAL 317 Italian Survey: Medieval and Renaissance          
ITAL 318 Italian Survey: Baroque and Enlightenment          
ITAL 319 Italian Survey: 19th and 20th Centuries          
ITAL 341 Dante in Translation          
J 201 Media and Society          
J 209 Understanding Media          
J 320 Gender, Media, and Diversity          
J 385 Communication Law          
J 387 Media History          
J 397 Media Ethics          
JDST 212 Medieval and Early Modern Judaism        
JDST 213 The Jewish Encounter with Modernity        
JDST 220 Introduction to Judaism        
JDST 320M History of Jewish Art        
JDST 324 Jewish-Christian Relations through the Ages        
JDST 330 American Jewish Cultures        
JDST 340 Israelis and Palestinians        
JPN 201 Second-Year Japanese          
JPN 202 Second-Year Japanese          
JPN 203 Second-Year Japanese          
JPN 250 Manga Millennium        
JPN 301 Third-Year Japanese          
JPN 302 Third-Year Japanese          
JPN 303 Third-Year Japanese          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
JPN 305 Introduction to Japanese Literature        
JPN 306 Introduction to Japanese Literature        
JPN 307 Introduction to Japanese Literature        
JPN 315 Introduction to Japanese Linguistics        
JPN 425 Modern Japanese Literature: [Topic]          
JPN 437 Classical Japanese Literary Language          
JPN 471 The Japanese Cinema          
KRN 151 Introduction to Korean Cinema        
KRN 201 Second-Year Korean          
KRN 202 Second-Year Korean          
KRN 203 Second-Year Korean          
KRN 301 Third Year Korean          
KRN 302 Third-Year Korean          
KRN 303 Third-Year Korean          
KRN 309 Languages and Cultural Formation in Korea        
KRN 315 Introduction to Korean Linguistics        
KRN 360 Contemporary Korean Film        
KRN 361 Korean Popular Culture and Transnationalism        
LA 260 Understanding Landscapes          
LA 333 Photography and Environmental Values          
LA 375 Contemporary American Landscape          
LAS 200 Introduction to Latin American Studies          
LAS 211 Latin American Humanities: [Topic]          
LAS 212 Latin American Social Sciences: [Topic]          
LAT 301 Authors: [Topic]          
LAT 302 Authors: [Topic]          
LAT 303 Authors: [Topic]          
LING 101 Introduction to Language          
LING 150 Structure of English Words          
LING 201 Language and Power        
LING 211 Languages of the World        
LING 294 Child Language          
LING 295 Language, Culture, and Society        
LING 296 Language and Society in the United States        
LING 301 Introduction to Linguistics Analysis          
LING 331 African Languages: Identity, Ethnicity, History          
LING 396 Language and Cognition          
LING 491 Sociolinguistics          
LING 495 Language and Gender          
MATH 105 University Mathematics I          
MATH 106 University Mathematics II          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
MATH 107 University Mathematics III          
MATH 211 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics I          
MATH 212 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics II          
MATH 213 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics III          
MATH 231 Elements of Discrete Mathematics I          
MATH 232 Elements of Discrete Mathematics II          
MATH 233 Elements of Discrete Mathematics III          
MATH 241 Calculus for Business and Social Science I          
MATH 242 Calculus for Business and Social Science II          
MATH 243 Introduction to Methods of Probability and Statistics          
MATH 246 Calculus for the Biological Sciences I          
MATH 247 Calculus for the Biological Sciences II          
MATH 251 Calculus I          
MATH 252 Calculus II          
MATH 253 Calculus III          
MATH 261 Calculus with Theory I          
MATH 262 Calculus with Theory II          
MATH 263 Calculus with Theory III          
MATH 307 Introduction to Proof          
MATH 343 Statistical Models and Methods          
MUJ 350 History of Jazz, 1900-1950        
MUJ 351 History of Jazz, 1940 to Present        
MUS 125 Understanding Music          
MUS 151 Popular Songwriting        
MUS 227 Elements of Electronic Music          
MUS 250 Popular Musics in Global Context          
MUS 264 Rock History, 1950-1970          
MUS 265 Rock History, 1965 to Present          
MUS 267 Survey of Music History          
MUS 268 Survey of Music History          
MUS 269 Survey of Music History          
MUS 270 History of the Blues        
MUS 280 First Nights in American Music          
MUS 281 Music of the Woodstock Generation          
MUS 349 American Ethnic and Protest Music          
MUS 351 The Music of Bach and Handel          
MUS 353 Survey of Opera          
MUS 356 Innovative Jazz Musicians: [Topic]          
MUS 358 Music in World Cultures        
MUS 359 Music of the Americas        
MUS 360 Hip-Hop Music: History, Culture, Aesthetics        

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
MUS 363 The Beatles and Their Times          
MUS 380 Film: Drama, Photography, Music          
MUS 451 Introduction to Ethnomusicology          
MUS 452 Musical Instruments of the World          
MUS 453 Folk Music of the Balkans          
MUS 454 Music of India          
MUS 457 Native American Music          
MUS 458 Celtic Music          
MUS 459 African Music          
MUS 460 Music and Gender          
MUS 462 Popular Musics in the African Diaspora          
NORW 201 Second-Year Norwegian          
NORW 202 Second-Year Norwegian          
NORW 203 Second-Year Norwegian          
PHIL 101 Philosophical Problems          
PHIL 102 Ethics          
PHIL 103 Critical Reasoning          
PHIL 110 Human Nature        
PHIL 120 Ethics of Enterprise and Exchange          
PHIL 123 Internet, Society, and Philosophy          
PHIL 130 Philosophy and Popular Culture          
PHIL 170 Love and Sex        
PHIL 211 Existentialism          
PHIL 213 Asian Philosophy        
PHIL 216 Philosophy and Cultural Diversity        
PHIL 307 Social and Political Philosophy          
PHIL 308 Social and Political Philosophy          
PHIL 309 Global Justice        
PHIL 310 History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval          
PHIL 311 History of Philosophy: Modern          
PHIL 312 History of Philosophy: 19th Century          
PHIL 322 Philosophy of the Arts          
PHIL 330 Philosophy and Disaster          
PHIL 332 Philosophy of Film          
PHIL 335 Medical Ethics          
PHIL 339 Introduction to Philosophy of Science          
PHIL 340 Environmental Philosophy          
PHIL 342 Introduction to Latin American Philosophy        
PHIL 343 Critical Theory        
PHIL 344 Introduction to Philosophy of Law          
PHIL 345 Place in the Cosmos          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
PHIL 452 Philosophy and Race          
PHYS 101 Essentials of Physics          
PHYS 102 Essentials of Physics          
PHYS 152 Physics of Sound and Music          
PHYS 153 Physics of Light, Color, and Vision          
PHYS 155 Physics behind the Internet          
PHYS 156M Scientific Revolutions          
PHYS 157M Information, Quantum Mechanics and DNA          
PHYS 161 Physics of Energy and Environment          
PHYS 162 Solar and Other Renewable Energies          
PHYS 163 Nanoscience and Society          
PHYS 171 The Physics of Life          
PHYS 201 General Physics          
PHYS 202 General Physics          
PHYS 203 General Physics          
PHYS 251 Foundations of Physics I          
PHYS 252 Foundations of Physics I          
PHYS 253 Foundations of Physics I          
PHYS 301 Physicists' View of Nature          
PHYS 361 Modern Science and Culture          
PORT 150 Lusofonia: The Portuguese-Speaking World        
PORT 201 Second Year Portuguese          
PORT 202 Second-Year Portuguese          
PORT 203 Second-Year Portuguese          
PPPM 201 Introduction to Planning, Public Policy and Management          
PPPM 202 Healthy Communities          
PPPM 205 Introduction to City Planning          
PPPM 280 Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector          
PPPM 340 Climate-Change Policy          
PS 101 Modern World Governments          
PS 104 Problems in United States Politics          
PS 201 United States Politics          
PS 203 State and Local Government          
PS 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics          
PS 205 Introduction to International Relations          
PS 208 Introduction to the Tradition of Political Theory          
PS 225 Political Ideologies          
PS 230 Introduction to Urban Politics        
PS 260 Public Policy and Democracy          
PS 275 Legal Process          
PS 301 Art and the State          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
PS 321 Introduction to Political Economy          
PS 324 European Politics        
PS 326 United States Foreign Policy I          
PS 337 The Politics of Development        
PS 342 Politics of China          
PS 345 Southeast Asian Politics        
PS 347 Political Power, Influence, and Control          
PS 348 Women and Politics          
PS 349 Mass Media and American Politics          
PS 352 Political Parties and Elections          
PS 375 Race, Politics, and the Law        
PS 377 Gods and Governments          
PS 386 United States Social Movements and Political Change        
PS 388 Mafia and Corruption in Russia          
PS 389 Direct Democracy        
PS 449 Racial Politics in the United States          
PS 463 Government and Politics of Latin America          
PSY 201 Mind and Brain          
PSY 202 Mind and Society          
PSY 304 Biopsychology          
PSY 330 Thinking          
PSY 348 Music and the Brain          
PSY 366 Culture and Mental Health        
PSY 376 Child Development          
PSY 380 Psychology of Gender        
REES 315 Politics of Language        
REL 101 World Religions: Asian Traditions        
REL 102 World Religions: Near Eastern Traditions        
REL 211 Early Judaism        
REL 222 Introduction to the Bible I          
REL 223 Introduction to the Bible II          
REL 233 Introduction to Islam        
REL 253 Religion, Love, and Death        
REL 302 Chinese Religions        
REL 303 Japanese Religions        
REL 304 Religions of India        
REL 305 Hinduism: Myth and Tradition        
REL 317 Jesus and the Gospels          
REL 318 Women in Judaism        
REL 321 History of Christianity          
REL 322 History of Christianity          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
REL 323 History of Christianity          
REL 324 History of Eastern Christianity          
REL 325 History of Eastern Christianity          
REL 335 Introduction to the Qur'an        
REL 353 Dark Self, East and West        
REL 355 Mysticism        
REL 440 Readings in Buddhist Scriptures          
RUSS 201 Second-Year Russian          
RUSS 202 Second-Year Russian          
RUSS 203 Second-Year Russian          
RUSS 204 Introduction to Russian Literature        
RUSS 205 Introduction to Russian Literature        
RUSS 206 Introduction to Russian Literature        
RUSS 240 Russian Culture        
RUSS 316 Third-Year Russian          
RUSS 317 Third-Year Russian          
RUSS 318 Third-Year Russian          
RUSS 331 Russian Short Story        
RUSS 334 Dostoevsky        
RUSS 335 Tolstoy        
RUSS 340 Russian Women in Literature        
RUSS 351 Russian Literature and Film        
RUSS 444 Slavic Linguistics: [Topic]          
SCAN 220M From Kierkegaard to Kafka        
SCAN 251 Text and Interpretation        
SCAN 259 Vikings through the Icelandic Sagas        
SCAN 315 Nordic Cinema        
SCAN 316 History of Cinema        
SCAN 317 Directors, Movements, and Manifestos          
SCAN 325 Constructions versus Constrictions of Identity        
SCAN 340 Emergence of Nordic Cultures and Society        
SCAN 341 Revisions of the Scandinavian Dream        
SCAN 343 Norse Mythology        
SCAN 344 Medieval Hero and Monster          
SCAN 351 Periods in Scandinavian Literature          
SCAN 352 Topics in Scandinavian Literature          
SCAN 353 Scandinavian Women Writers        
SCAN 354 Genres in Scandinavian Literature        
SOC 204 Introduction to Sociology          
SOC 207 Social Inequality        
SOC 301 American Society          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
SOC 303 World Population and Social Structure        
SOC 304 Community, Environment, and Society          
SOC 305 America's Peoples        
SOC 313 Social Issues and Movements          
SOC 317 Sociology of the Mass Media          
SOC 328 Introduction to Social Psychology          
SOC 335 Interaction and Social Order          
SOC 345 Race, Class, and Ethnic Groups        
SOC 346 Work and Occupations          
SOC 355 Sociology of Gender        
SOC 380 Introduction: Deviance, Control, and Crime          
SOC 445 Sociology of Race Relations          
SOC 450 Sociology of Developing Areas          
SOC 455 Issues in Sociology of Gender: [Topic]          
SOC 456 Feminist Theory          
SPAN 150 Cultures of the Spanish-Speaking World        
SPAN 201 Second-Year Spanish          
SPAN 202 Second-Year Spanish          
SPAN 203 Second-Year Spanish          
SPAN 218 Latino Heritage I        
SPAN 228 Latino Heritage II          
SPAN 301 Cultura y lengua: identidades hispanas          
SPAN 303 Cultura y lengua: expresiones artisticas          
SPAN 305 Cultura y lengua: cambios sociales        
SPAN 308 Cultura y lengua: comunidades bilingues        
SPAN 322 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics          
SPAN 341 Hispanic Cultures through Literature I        
SPAN 342 Hispanic Cultures through Literature II        
SPAN 343 Hispanic Cultures through Literature III        
SPAN 344 Hispanic Cultures through Literature IV        
SPAN 348 U.S. Latino Literature and Culture          
SPAN 450 Colonial Latin American Literature: [Topic]          
SPAN 480 19th-Century Spanish American Literature: [Topic]          
SPAN 490 20th-Century Latin American Literature: [Topic]          
SWAH 201 Second-Year Swahili          
SWAH 202 Second-Year Swahili          
SWAH 203 Second Year Swahili          
SWAH 301 Advanced Swahili          
SWAH 302 Contemporary Swahili Literature        
SWAH 303 Language and Culture: Swahili Nation        
SWED 201 Second-Year Swedish          

Courses taken prior to being approved for Group or Multicultural status will NOT be grandfathered in to complete degree requirements.

Subject/Course  Title A&L SSC SC AC IP IC
SWED 202 Second-Year Swedish          
SWED 203 Second-Year Swedish          
SWED 301 Third-Year Swedish          
SWED 302 Third-Year Swedish          
SWED 303 Third-Year Swedish          
TA 271 Introduction to Theater Arts          
TA 367 History of the Theater I          
TA 368 History of the Theater II          
TA 369 History of the Theater III          
TA 472 Multicultural Theater: [Topic]          
WGS 101 Women, Difference, and Power        
WGS 201 Introduction to Queer Studies          
WGS 303 Women and Gender in American History        
WGS 315 History and Development of Feminist Theory        
WGS 321 Feminist Perspectives: Identity, Race, Culture        
WGS 331 Science, Technology, and Gender          
WGS 341 Women, Work, and Class        
WGS 351 Introduction to Global Feminisms        
WGS 352 Gender, Literature, and Culture        
WGS 411 Feminist Praxis          
WGS 422 Sexuality Studies: [Topic]