General Education Requirements

Office of Undergraduate Curricula

Vacant, Associate Dean

NICK SIEDENTOP, Curriculum Director

(See also the Office of Undergraduate Curricula Web site)
Academic Flowchart

Office of Undergraduate Curricula
The General Education Curriculum

Making Connections Curriculum Chart

Foundations
Approaches
Connections
Supplemental Education

Note: For an explanation of course abbreviations in this chapter, see Course Abbreviations.

The Office of Undergraduate Curricula has primary responsibility for monitoring all curricular changes in the General College and the College of Arts and Sciences. This office receives and reviews all requests for new courses, course revisions, changes to degree programs, and proposals for new minors, majors, and curricula. The office also reviews all student petitions requesting to satisfy General Education requirements by substitution. Students can find the most current information regarding General Education requirements at the Office of Undergraduate Curricula Web site at www.unc.edu/depts/uc.

Making Connections: The General Education Curriculum

The requirements of the Making Connections curriculum apply to students beginning undergraduate study in or after the fall semester of 2006. Because students are subject to the requirements in place when they were admitted to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the General Education requirements described in this section of the >Undergraduate Bulletin particularly apply to first-time, first-year undergraduate students entering the University during the 2014–2015 academic year.

Undergraduates at the University fulfill General Education requirements in addition to the more specialized requirements of their own major or minor fields. The General Education curriculum implemented in the fall of 2006 was the product of a curriculum review that brought about a major revision of the existing General Education requirements. A review of the Making Connections curriculum in 2010 substantially affirmed its principles and structure. The structure of the General Education requirements reflects not only the cyclical updating of curricular expectations—a process that takes place with each new generation—but also the faculty's intent to make the entire General Education experience more integrated and meaningful for the University's undergraduates. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill strives to cultivate the range of skills, knowledge, values, and habits that will allow graduates to lead personally enriching and socially responsible lives as effective citizens of rapidly changing, richly diverse, and increasingly interconnected local, national, and worldwide communities.

To this end the curriculum seeks to provide for all students 1) the fundamental skills that will facilitate future learning, 2) broad experience with the methods and results of the most widely employed approaches to knowledge, 3) a sense of how one might integrate these approaches to knowledge in ways that cross traditional disciplinary and spatial boundaries, and 4) a thorough grounding in one particular subject. The undergraduate major is dedicated to the last of these curricular objectives; the others fall under the purview of the General Education curriculum.

The Making Connections curriculum is divided into four broad categories that can be described in the Making Connections Curriculum chart and the sections that follow.

Foundations

The faculty believes that General Education rests on certain foundational skills and knowledge, including the ability to communicate effectively both in English and another language and to apply quantitative reasoning skills in context. Consequently, the Foundations component of the curriculum includes courses in English composition and rhetoric, at least one foreign language, and quantitative reasoning. It also includes a lifetime fitness course that encourages the lifelong health of graduates. In most cases, students should be able to fulfill the Foundations requirements by taking no more than 15 credit hours. They must maintain continuous enrollment, beginning in the first semester, in Foundations foreign language courses until the requirement is satisfied and must complete the composition and rhetoric course in the first or second semester.

Note on the Importance of Communication Skills

The faculty of the General College and the College of Arts and Sciences expects students to write and speak effectively. Instructors should help students realize that there is a direct relationship between thinking clearly, writing clearly, and speaking clearly. Faculty members in all disciplines and professions should therefore develop the writing and speaking skills of their students. Students should expect to be graded on spelling, grammar, and style, as well as on the content and organization of their written work; in addition, students should expect to be graded on presentation, style, poise, and diction, as well as on the content and organization of their oral presentations.

Students who wish to improve their writing can make appointments with a tutor in the Writing Center. This free, noncredit service is available to any member of the University community.

English Composition and Rhetoric (CR)

Beginning in fall 2012, all entering first-year, first-time students at the University must complete, or transfer in, ENGL 105 or 105I. ENGL 105 introduces students to several disciplinary contexts for written work and oral presentations required in college courses, whereas ENGL 105I introduces students to one specific disciplinary context—natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, law, business, or medicine—for such written and oral assignments. Exempting the course on the basis of nationally normed examinations is not possible. Students may prepare for ENGL 105 or 105I while in high school by taking courses in English composition and speech communication beyond the requirements for admission to the University.

Transfer students who have not completed the CR Foundations requirement are strongly urged to register for ENGL 105 during their first semester at Carolina. Transfer students have the option of completing a portfolio of written work that will be evaluated by instructors in the Department of English and Comparative Literature to receive credit for ENGL 105; for additional information, see englishcomplit.unc.edu/writing/portfolio. If placement scores or the portfolio indicates a need for instruction and practice in preparation for ENGL 105, students will be required to pass ENGL 100 before taking 105.

Students must complete the CR requirement during the first academic year on campus. Any student whose native language is not English will be required, as all students are, to complete ENGL 105. However, such students may be permitted also to fulfill the Foundations foreign language requirement with ENGL 105, provided that an authorized representative of the appropriate University department has confirmed the student's native language proficiency up to or through level 4.

Foreign Languages (FL)

The study of a foreign language enables students to see more clearly the nature and structure of their native language while gaining an understanding of a foreign culture. Students are required to complete courses or demonstrate proficiency in the study of a foreign language through level 3. Certain majors may require additional levels of foreign language study.

Students should improve their language preparation by continuing their foreign language study through the senior year of high school. It is preferable that they complete four years of one high school language rather than, for example, taking two years each of two different languages.

Placement in a foreign language is determined by the student's score on a College Board SAT Subject Test, the Advanced Placement Test in a foreign language (taken at the completion of language study in high school), or the appropriate placement test as determined by the UNC–Chapel Hill academic department offering foreign language instruction. Regardless of placement, continuous enrollment, beginning in the first semester, is required until the Foundations foreign language requirement is completed.

In the following paragraphs, "high school foreign language" refers to the foreign language in which students received the equivalent of at least two years of instruction in grades nine through 12.

Students whose placement in their high school foreign language is below level 4 and who wish to continue in this language are required to take the number of courses that are needed to reach level 3 of that language. That number varies depending on the level into which a student places. Credit hours toward the 120-academic-hour graduation requirement are not awarded for level 1 of a student's high school foreign language (with the exceptions of Japanese and Modern Hebrew), even if students place by examination into level 1. Grades earned in level 1 courses, however, are computed in the students' grade point average and are used in all academic eligibility and academic load considerations.

Students who enroll in a foreign language that they have not formally studied before are required to complete through level 3. In this case, credit hours toward the 120-academic-credit-hour graduation requirement are awarded for successful completion of level 1.

Students who place into level 4 of their high school foreign language have satisfied the Foundations foreign language requirement and will receive placement (PL) but no credit hours for level 3. Students who place beyond level 4 of their high school language have fulfilled the Foundations foreign language requirement and are awarded placement (PL) but no credit hours for levels 3 and 4.

For information about foreign language placement for native and experiential speakers, see "Foreign Language Placement Credit" in the Undergraduate Education section of this bulletin.

Quantitative Reasoning (QR)

Through the study of quantitative reasoning and methods, students acquire and reinforce the ability to use analytic and quantitative ideas in both theoretical and applied contexts. In today's world of fast-paced scientific and technological advances, the importance of such skills cannot be overstated.

Students should prepare by taking precalculus and/or calculus in high school and by continuing their mathematical studies up through their senior year of high school. Not doing so may put them at a disadvantage when they arrive at the University.

Students may satisfy the quantitative reasoning requirement either by taking or receiving advanced placement for one of the courses listed below. Several of these courses have a prerequisite of MATH 110 (algebra) or a placement score beyond MATH 110 on the College Board SAT Subject Test in Mathematics, Level 1 or Level 2. Unless a particular major requires those specific courses, however, a student may fulfill the quantitative reasoning requirement with courses that do not require MATH 110 as a prerequisite. MATH 110 placement carries no credit hours, although students who place into MATH 110 and complete it successfully will earn credit hours towards graduation.

Students should be aware that some undergraduate degree programs require completion of specific mathematical sciences courses beyond those needed to fulfill General Education requirements.

Lifetime Fitness (LFIT)

Lifetime fitness (LFIT) courses combine the practice of a sport or physical activity that can be sustained in later life with broader instruction in lifelong health. These courses carry one hour of academic credit and may be declared Pass/D+/D/Fail. Students can enroll in only one, one-credit lifetime fitness course during their career at the University, and only one lifetime fitness course can be counted toward the 120 hours needed for graduation.

Approaches

Students also become acquainted with six distinctive Approaches to knowledge, as represented by courses in the physical and life sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, historical analysis, philosophical and/or moral reasoning, literary arts, and the visual and performing arts. Students meet these requirements by taking courses worth a total of 25 credit hours.

Physical and Life Sciences (PL, PX)

Students must take two courses, at least one of which has a required laboratory component. Science courses combining lecture and laboratory components normally constitute four hours of credit. Some lecture courses may be taken singly for three credit hours or combined with an optional matching laboratory for one additional credit hour. All courses in this category emphasize a physical science, a life science, the scientific basis of technology, or a combination of these topics. Students who have exceeded minimum high school science requirements typically have an advantage in the University's science courses.

Social and Behavioral Sciences (SS, HS)

Students must take three courses from at least two different departments; at least one of the three courses must be classified as an historical analysis (HS) course. Courses in social and behavioral sciences focus on the scientific study of individual or collective behavior, considering the various dimensions of individual behavior, the family, society, culture, politics, and the economy.

Humanities and Fine Arts (PH, LA, VP)

The humanities and fine arts explore enduring issues of the human condition and develop and encourage the means of communicating, representing, and expressing the varieties of human experience. Students must take three courses, including one in philosophical and/or moral reasoning (PH), one in the literary arts (LA), and one in the visual and performing arts (VP).

Connections

The Making Connections curriculum builds on previously acquired knowledge and establishes links between discrete forms of knowledge, both by encouraging interdisciplinary contact and conversation and by inviting students to develop and apply their academic expertise in environments beyond the University classroom. In addition to building directly on the Foundations, through communication intensive and quantitative intensive courses, the Connections requirement promotes an understanding of global issues, U.S. diversity, the world before 1750, the North Atlantic world, and people living beyond the North Atlantic world (see descriptions below).

The Connections category also incorporates a requirement in experiential education, one that can be satisfied either within the framework of a conventional academic course or in the form of some other credit-earning learning experience. Because Connections courses may meet multiple requirements at once (including Approaches requirements, other Connections requirements, major and/or minor requirements, or the Supplemental General Education requirement), most students should be able to fulfill the eight Connections requirements without taking credit hours in addition to those needed to fulfill Foundations, Approaches, and major/minor requirements.

Communication Intensive (CI)

Communication intensive courses integrate written work, oral presentations, and processes of revision into the course subject matter in substantive and important ways. They build on and enhance skills acquired in English composition and rhetoric classes as well as foreign language classes by preparing students to write and speak effectively in disciplinary areas.

Quantitative Intensive (QI)

Quantitative intensive courses focus especially on the ways that quantitative reasoning can be applied within particular fields. They involve modeling and problem solving, numerical reasoning, the collection and interpretation of quantitative data, mathematical analysis, the application of formal logic and proofs, or some combination of these. The requirement can be satisfied by taking one course from the list below or by taking a second quantitative reasoning (QR) course from the list of approved courses in that category.

Experiential Education (EE)

Experiential education courses connect academic inquiry with a structured, active learning experience in which students exercise initiative and apply academic knowledge in various real-world contexts (geographic, social, cultural, etc.). Students may satisfy the experiential education requirement in a number of ways. They may participate in specifically approved undergraduate research programs or approved service-learning courses, take an approved course with a substantial field work component, participate in a University-approved study abroad program, complete an approved internship or honors thesis administered through an academic unit, or participate in an approved community- or audience-oriented creative activity. Please see the Study Abroad Program Office (studyabroad.unc.edu) for additional experiential education opportunities.

U.S. Diversity (US)

Courses in U.S. diversity help students develop a greater understanding of diverse peoples and cultures within the United States and thereby enhance their ability to fulfill the obligations of Unites States citizenship. These courses address in systematic fashion one or more aspects of diversity in the United States, whether arising from ethnic, generational, class, gender, sexual, regional, or religious differences.

North Atlantic World (NA)

Courses that treat the North Atlantic world provide a grounding in the history, culture, geography, and social institutions of the region that is the place of origin and eventual home of most UNC–Chapel Hill students.

Beyond the North Atlantic World (BN)

Courses in this category introduce students to the history, culture, geography, and social institutions of one or more regions that lie beyond the North Atlantic—specifically, Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and the Pacific.

World before 1750 (WB)

Courses in this category introduce students to periods and places that differ significantly from the modern world but whose histories influenced the shape of contemporary civilizations in ways both subtle and profound.

Global Issues (GL)

Courses in global issues provide knowledge and understanding of transnational connections and global forces. Those forces involve interrelationships among cultures, societies, nations, and other social units, and they include processes such as migration, urbanization, trade, diplomacy, cultural adaptation, and information flow.

Supplemental General Education

Students who pursue the bachelor of arts degree also must satisfy a Supplemental General Education requirement. The intent of this requirement is to broaden a student's perspective on the major by examining its relationship to work in at least one other field. Students may fulfill the Supplemental General Education requirement in three ways:

Course Numbering System

In general, the system of course numbering works as follows:

With the exception of the important groupings above, students generally should not assume that courses have been arranged in ascending order of difficulty or specialization (i.e., ENGL 420 is not "more difficult" than ENGL 340). The logic behind any department's or curriculum's numbering scheme is specific to that unit. Students should check the prerequisites and corequisites for any course prior to enrolling. Prerequisites represent courses that must be completed before enrolling in a particular course; corequisites are courses that must be taken in the same semester. Pre- and corequisites are indicated in the course descriptions under each academic department, curriculum, or school.

Honors courses fulfill the same General Education requirements as the nonhonors version of that course, as listed below. For example, PHIL 155H satisfies the same General Education requirement as PHIL 155.

Be advised that the list of courses included under each of the following General Education categories in this section of the >Undergraduate Bulletin is not necessarily exhaustive. Courses may have been added to or removed from the lists after the present edition of the >Undergraduate Bulletin went to press.

General Education Course Lists
(2014–2015 Academic Year)

The courses listed below satisfy the General Education requirements during the 2014–2015 academic year. Because the content and structure of a course may change, the requirements it fulfills also may change. To determine which courses will satisfy General Education requirements in future years, students should consult the Course Catalog in ConnectCarolina or subsequent issues of the Undergraduate Bulletin.

English Composition and Rhetoric (CR)

ENGL 105

ENGL 105I

Foreign Languages (FL)

The last digit of the course number indicates the course level. For example, CHIN 102 is a level 2 course and FREN 203 is a level 3 course; exceptions are noted in parenthesis.

ARAB 101, 102, 203, 204

CHER 101, 102, 203, 204

CHIN 101, 102, 111 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 212 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

CHWA 401, 402, 403

CZCH 401, 402, 403, 404

DTCH 402, 403, 404

FREN 101, 102, 105 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 111 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 212 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

GERM 101, 102, 105 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 206 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

GREK 101, 102, 203, 204

HEBR 101, 102, 203, 204

HNUR 101, 102, 203, 204

HUNG 401, 402, 403, 404

ITAL 101, 102, 203, 204

JAPN 101, 102, 203, 204

JWST 101, 102, 203, 204

KOR 101, 102, 203, 204

LATN 101, 102, 111 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 212 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

LGLA 401, 402, 403, 404

MACD 401, 402, 403, 404

PLSH 401, 402, 403, 404

PORT 101, 102, 111 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 212 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

PRSN 101, 102, 203, 204

RELI 401, 402, 403, 404

RUSS 101, 102, 203, 204

SECR 401, 402, 403, 404

SPAN 100, 101, 102, 105 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 111 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 203, 204, 212 (levels 3 and 4 combined)

SWAH 112 (levels 1 and 2 combined), 234 (levels 3 and 4 combined), 401, 402, 403, 404

TAML 101, 102, 203, 204

TURK 101, 102, 203, 204

WOLO 401, 402, 403, 404

Quantitative Reasoning (QR)

COMP 66

COMP 101

COMP 110

COMP 116 (prerequisite, MATH 231)

COMP 121

COMP 401

COMP 416 (prerequisite, COMP 401)

LING 455

MATH 116

MATH 117

MATH 118

MATH 119

MATH 130 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

MATH 152 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

MATH 231 (prerequisites, MATH 110 and 130)

MATH 241 (prerequisite, MATH 130 or placement
by department)

PHIL 155

PHIL 455

STOR 112 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

STOR 113 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

STOR 151 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

STOR 155 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

STOR 215 (prerequisite, MATH 110)

Lifetime Fitness (LFIT)

LFIT 102

LFIT 103

LFIT 104

LFIT 105

LFIT 106

LFIT 107

LFIT 108

LFIT 109

LFIT 110

LFIT 111

LFIT 112

LFIT 113

LFIT 114

LFIT 115

LFIT 118

LFIT 129

LFIT 130

LFIT 138

LFIT 140

LFIT 145

LFIT 146

LFIT 190

Physical and Life Sciences without Laboratory (PL)

ANTH 143

ANTH 148

ANTH 298

ANTH 315

ANTH 318

ANTH 412

ANTH 414

ANTH 423

ANTH 437

ASTR 61

ASTR 63

ASTR 101

ASTR 102

ASTR 205

BIOL 53

BIOL 55

BIOL 57

BIOL 61

BIOL 62

BIOL 65

BIOL 101

BIOL 113

BIOL 159

BIOL 201

BIOL 202

BIOL 251

BIOL 277

BIOL 278

BIOL 279

BIOL 290

BIOL 457

BIOL 462

BIOL 474

BIOL 657

CHEM 70

CHEM 71

CHEM 72

CHEM 73

CHEM 101

CHEM 102

COMP 65

ENEC 108

ENEC 220

ENEC 222

ENEC 450

ENVR 505

ENVR 520

EXSS 175

EXSS 276

GEOG 50

GEOG 53

GEOG 54

GEOG 110

GEOG 111

GEOG 212

GEOG 269

GEOG 416

GEOL 70

GEOL 71

GEOL 72

GEOL 73

GEOL 74

GEOL 75

GEOL 76

GEOL 77

GEOL 79

GEOL 101

GEOL 103

GEOL 105

GEOL 108

GEOL 109

GEOL 110

GEOL 159

GEOL 202

GEOL 204

GEOL 450

GEOL 503

GEOL 505

GEOL 506

GEOL 550

GEOL 552

GEOL 563

HNRS 351

MASC 51

MASC 52

MASC 53

MASC 55

MASC 57

MASC 58

MASC 59

MASC 101

MASC 108

MASC 220

MASC 310

MASC 440

MASC 442

MASC 443

MASC 450

MASC 470

MASC 472

MASC 503

MASC 504

MASC 505

MASC 506

MASC 550

MASC 552

MASC 561

MASC 562

MASC 563

MATH 63

MCRO 50

MUSC 51

NBIO 400

NBIO 401

PHIL 352

PHIL 451

PHYI 50

PHYS 51

PHYS 53

PHYS 54

PHYS 61

PHYS 63

PHYS 100

PHYS 108

PHYS 131

PHYS 133

PSYC 50

PSYC 51

PSYC 52

PSYC 53

PSYC 61

PSYC 67

PSYC 101

PSYC 220

PSYC 222

PSYC 225

PSYC 230

PSYC 245

PSYC 315

PSYC 320

PSYC 400

PSYC 401

PSYC 404

PSYC 425

PSYC 430

PSYC 431

PSYC 433

PSYC 434

PSYC 437

PSYC 461

PSYC 469

PSYC 470

PSYC 504

PSYC 507

PSYC 517

PSYC 530

PWAD 108

Physical and Life Sciences with Laboratory (PX)

BIOC 107

BIOC 108

BIOL 252

BIOL 271

BIOL 272

BIOL 273

BIOL 274

BIOL 478

ENEC 202

GEOL 413

GEOL 478

NBIO 402

PHYS 101

PHYS 104

PHYS 105

PHYS 106

PHYS 114

PHYS 115

PHYS 116

PHYS 117

PHYS 118

PHYS 119

PSYC 270

PSYC 402

PSYC 403

The courses listed below have an optional laboratory and may be used to satisfy the physical and life sciences with laboratory (PX) requirement.

Note: The lecture is either a pre- or corequisite to the laboratory; see course description. The student must take both the lecture and the associated laboratory in order to receive credit for the physical and life sciences with laboratory (PX) requirement. Without the associated optional laboratory, the lecture course counts as a physical and life sciences (PL) class.

ANTH 413 + ANTH 413L

ASTR 101 + ASTR 101L

BIOL 101 + BIOL 101L

BIOL 159 + GEOL 101L

BIOL 251 + BIOL 251L

BIOL 277 + BIOL 277L

BIOL 278 + BIOL 278L

BIOL 474 + BIOL 474L

CHEM 101 + CHEM 101L

CHEM 102 + CHEM 102L

CHEM 102H + CHEM 102L

CHEM 200 + CHEM 101L

GEOL 101 + GEOL 101L

GEOL 105 + GEOL 101L

GEOL 109 + GEOL 101L

GEOL 110 + GEOL 101L

GEOL 159 + GEOL 101L

PHYS 131 + PHYS 131L

Social and Behavioral Sciences (SS, HS)

Social Sciences (SS)

AAAD 50

AAAD 200

AAAD 210

AAAD 214

AAAD 232

AAAD 278

AAAD 315

AAAD 316

AAAD 332

AAAD 403

AAAD 460

AAAD 488

AAAD 491

AERO 301

AERO 302

AERO 446

AMST 51

AMST 57

AMST 275

AMST 285

AMST 375

AMST 385

ANTH 50

ANTH 51

ANTH 52

ANTH 53

ANTH 56

ANTH 57

ANTH 59

ANTH 61

ANTH 62

ANTH 63

ANTH 66H

ANTH 92

ANTH 93

ANTH 101

ANTH 102

ANTH 103

ANTH 120

ANTH 130

ANTH 142

ANTH 147

ANTH 202

ANTH 206

ANTH 220

ANTH 230

ANTH 240

ANTH 248

ANTH 259

ANTH 270

ANTH 277

ANTH 280

ANTH 284

ANTH 291

ANTH 294

ANTH 297

ANTH 312

ANTH 317

ANTH 319

ANTH 320

ANTH 325

ANTH 330

ANTH 331

ANTH 333

ANTH 340

ANTH 342

ANTH 380

ANTH 406

ANTH 411

ANTH 415

ANTH 416

ANTH 417

ANTH 422

ANTH 428

ANTH 429

ANTH 435

ANTH 439

ANTH 441

ANTH 445

ANTH 446

ANTH 447

ANTH 459

ANTH 466

ANTH 469

ANTH 470

ANTH 473

ANTH 474

ANTH 484

ANTH 502

ANTH 525

ANTH 537

ANTH 539

ANTH 545

ANTH 559

ANTH 567

ANTH 574

ANTH 585

ANTH 623

ANTH 624

ANTH 625

ANTH 626

ANTH 639

ANTH 649

ANTH 650

ANTH 660

ANTH 675

ANTH 682

ANTH 688

ANTH 691H

ARAB 350

ASIA 50

ASIA 150

ASIA 243

ASIA 429

ASIA 453

ASIA 455

ASIA 460

ASIA 461

ASIA 466

ASIA 545

ASIA 574

ASIA 682

BUSI 50

CHIN 253

CHIN 342

CHIN 441

CHIN 532

CHIN 562

CMPL 435

COMM 51

COMM 53

COMM 82

COMM 171

COMM 350

COMM 436

COMM 526

COMM 577

ECON 50

ECON 51

ECON 52

ECON 53

ECON 54

ECON 56

ECON 57H

ECON 101

ECON 125

ECON 285

ECON 360

ECON 363

ECON 385

ECON 434

ECON 461

ECON 465

ECON 560

ECON 570

ECON 575

EDUC 504

EDUC 505

EDUC 506

EDUC 508

EDUC 509

EDUC 532

EDUC 533

ENEC 51

ENEC 201

ENEC 254

ENEC 266

ENEC 372

ENEC 380

ENEC 480

ENEC 510

ENEC 520

ENEC 686

ENGL 202

ENGL 269

ENGL 364

ENVR 686

EURO 239

EURO 442

EXSS 50

EXSS 260

FOLK 130

FOLK 135

FOLK 202

FOLK 230

FOLK 340

FOLK 342

FOLK 375

FOLK 428

FOLK 429

FOLK 435

FOLK 470

FOLK 473

FOLK 484

FOLK 525

FOLK 525

FOLK 537

FOLK 675

FOLK 688

GEOG 55

GEOG 56

GEOG 57

GEOG 58

GEOG 60

GEOG 61

GEOG 120

GEOG 121

GEOG 123

GEOG 125

GEOG 130

GEOG 225

GEOG 228

GEOG 232

GEOG 259

GEOG 260

GEOG 266

GEOG 268

GEOG 270

GEOG 392

GEOG 429

GEOG 430

GEOG 470

GEOG 480

GEOG 481

GEOG 650

HNRS 352

INLS 151

INLS 201

JAPN 381

JAPN 482

JAPN 563

JOMC 101

JOMC 442

JOMC 445

JWST 143

KOR 150

KOR 151

LING 50

LING 101

LING 333

LING 409

LING 484

LING 563

MASC 312

MNGT 427

MUSC 53

MUSC 58

MUSC 61H

MUSC 258

PHIL 63

PHIL 154

PHIL 345

PHIL 353

PHIL 453

PLAN 51

PLAN 52

PLAN 54

PLAN 55

PLAN 57

PLAN 58

PLAN 246

PLAN 247

PLAN 550

PLAN 663

PLAN 686

PLCY 50

PLCY 55

PLCY 65

PLCY 70

PLCY 75

PLCY 101

PLCY 110

PLCY 210

PLCY 220

PLCY 349

PLCY 360

PLCY 361

PLCY 372

PLCY 430

PLCY 480

PLCY 485

PLCY 520

PLCY 530

PLCY 686

POLI 50

POLI 53

POLI 58

POLI 60

POLI 61

POLI 62

POLI 63

POLI 65

POLI 66

POLI 67

POLI 70

POLI 71

POLI 72

POLI 100

POLI 101

POLI 130

POLI 131

POLI 150

POLI 190

POLI 200

POLI 201

POLI 202

POLI 203

POLI 207

POLI 208

POLI 209

POLI 215

POLI 216

POLI 217

POLI 218

POLI 230

POLI 231

POLI 232

POLI 235

POLI 236

POLI 237

POLI 238

POLI 239

POLI 252

POLI 253

POLI 254

POLI 260

POLI 281

POLI 285

POLI 287

POLI 288

POLI 400

POLI 401

POLI 404

POLI 409

POLI 410

POLI 412

POLI 416

POLI 417

POLI 418

POLI 419

POLI 420

POLI 421

POLI 422

POLI 424

POLI 431

POLI 433

POLI 434

POLI 435

POLI 436

POLI 437

POLI 438

POLI 442

POLI 443

POLI 446

POLI 450

POLI 457

POLI 458

POLI 469

POLI 488

POLI 630

POLI 631

POLI 632

POLI 633

PORT 530

PSYC 54

PSYC 55

PSYC 56

PSYC 57

PSYC 58

PSYC 62

PSYC 63

PSYC 64

PSYC 65

PSYC 66

PSYC 68

PSYC 242

PSYC 250

PSYC 260

PSYC 310

PSYC 463

PSYC 465

PSYC 467

PSYC 468

PSYC 472

PSYC 475

PSYC 500

PSYC 501

PSYC 502

PSYC 506

PSYC 509

PSYC 516

PSYC 531

PSYC 560

PSYC 561

PSYC 563

PSYC 564

PSYC 565

PSYC 567

PSYC 568

PSYC 569

PSYC 570

PSYC 693H

PSYC 694H

PWAD 101

PWAD 120

PWAD 150

PWAD 220

PWAD 252

PWAD 253

PWAD 260

PWAD 280

PWAD 287

PWAD 416

PWAD 430

PWAD 443

PWAD 444

PWAD 446

PWAD 457

PWAD 469

PWAD 481

RECR 310

RECR 311

RECR 440

RECR 470

RECR 475

RELI 60

RELI 67

RELI 69

RELI 70

RELI 76

RELI 101

RELI 121

RELI 143

RELI 225

RELI 232

RELI 242

RELI 246

RELI 342

RELI 381

RELI 428

RELI 429

RELI 481

RELI 524

RELI 574

RELI 586

RELI 688

ROML 50

ROML 51

ROML 52

ROML 53

ROML 61

RUES 260

RUES 469

SOCI 50

SOCI 51

SOCI 52

SOCI 53

SOCI 54

SOCI 55

SOCI 56

SOCI 57

SOCI 58

SOCI 59

SOCI 60

SOCI 61

SOCI 62

SOCI 63

SOCI 64

SOCI 65

SOCI 66

SOCI 67

SOCI 68

SOCI 69

SOCI 70

SOCI 101

SOCI 111

SOCI 112

SOCI 115

SOCI 121

SOCI 122

SOCI 123

SOCI 124

SOCI 130

SOCI 133

SOCI 260

SOCI 265

SOCI 301

SOCI 411

SOCI 413

SOCI 414

SOCI 417

SOCI 419

SOCI 422

SOCI 423

SOCI 426

SOCI 427

SOCI 428

SOCI 429

SOCI 431

SOCI 450

SOCI 453

SOCI 469

SPAN 679

SPAN 680

SPAN 682

WMST 51

WMST 101

WMST 111

WMST 124

WMST 200

WMST 217

WMST 218

WMST 225

WMST 260

WMST 266

WMST 277

WMST 281

WMST 310

WMST 368

WMST 381

WMST 385

WMST 388

WMST 410

WMST 437

WMST 438

WMST 441

WMST 442

WMST 550

WMST 610

WMST 660

Historical Analysis (HS)

AAAD 130

AAAD 202

AAAD 231

AAAD 240

AAAD 254

AAAD 258

AAAD 260

AAAD 284

AAAD 286

AAAD 300

AAAD 341

AAAD 385

AAAD 387

AAAD 401

AAAD 402

AAAD 412

AAAD 430

AAAD 431

AAAD 432

AAAD 450

AAAD 485

AERO 213

AMST 53

AMST 54

AMST 56

AMST 58

AMST 59

AMST 60

AMST 101

AMST 110

AMST 202

AMST 203

AMST 210

AMST 231

AMST 233

AMST 234

AMST 235

AMST 253

AMST 255

AMST 259

AMST 269

AMST 277

AMST 292

AMST 334

AMST 337

AMST 339

AMST 350

AMST 378

AMST 384

AMST 386

AMST 387

AMST 390

AMST 410

AMST 466

AMST 482

AMST 486

ANTH 54

ANTH 60

ANTH 64

ANTH 65

ANTH 121

ANTH 145

ANTH 151

ANTH 231

ANTH 232

ANTH 234

ANTH 250

ANTH 252

ANTH 278

ANTH 306

ANTH 377

ANTH 426

ANTH 449

ANTH 451

ANTH 452

ANTH 453

ANTH 454

ANTH 455

ANTH 456

ANTH 458

ANTH 460

ANTH 461

ANTH 468

ANTH 538

ANTH 550

ARTH 464

ARTH 467

ARTH 514

ARTH 562

ASIA 62

ASIA 63

ASIA 131

ASIA 132

ASIA 133

ASIA 134

ASIA 135

ASIA 136

ASIA 138

ASIA 139

ASIA 180

ASIA 181

ASIA 222

ASIA 225

ASIA 232

ASIA 237

ASIA 244

ASIA 276

ASIA 277

ASIA 281

ASIA 282

ASIA 286

ASIA 287

ASIA 288

ASIA 331

ASIA 350

ASIA 424

ASIA 537

ASIA 570

ASIA 582

ASIA 583

CHIN 346

CLAR 110

CLAR 120

CLAR 241

CLAR 242

CLAR 243

CLAR 244

CLAR 245

CLAR 375

CLAR 464

CLAR 470

CLAR 475

CLAR 489

CLAR 491

CLAS 62

CLAS 71

CLAS 73

CLAS 122

CLAS 242

CLAS 391

CMPL 270

COMM 249

COMM 576

DRAM 470

DRAM 475

EDUC 510

ENEC 460

ENEC 585

ENGL 75

ENGL 314

ENVR 585

EURO 159

FOLK 455

FOLK 560

FOLK 571

FOLK 610

FOLK 670

GEOG 64

GERM 51

GERM 53

GERM 55

GERM 56

GERM 58

GERM 59

GERM 216

GERM 218

GERM 251

GERM 254

GERM 255

GERM 257

GERM 270

GERM 311

GLBL 514

HIST 51

HIST 52

HIST 53

HIST 54

HIST 56

HIST 57

HIST 62

HIST 64

HIST 66

HIST 68

HIST 72

HIST 73

HIST 75

HIST 76

HIST 79

HIST 83

HIST 84

HIST 106

HIST 107

HIST 110

HIST 120

HIST 121

HIST 124

HIST 125

HIST 127

HIST 128

HIST 130

HIST 131

HIST 132

HIST 133

HIST 134

HIST 135

HIST 136

HIST 138

HIST 139

HIST 140

HIST 142

HIST 143

HIST 151

HIST 152

HIST 153

HIST 156

HIST 157

HIST 158

HIST 159

HIST 161

HIST 162

HIST 163

HIST 174H

HIST 175H

HIST 176H

HIST 177H

HIST 178H

HIST 179H

HIST 202

HIST 203

HIST 205

HIST 206

HIST 212

HIST 213

HIST 215

HIST 225

HIST 226

HIST 227

HIST 228

HIST 231

HIST 232

HIST 233

HIST 234

HIST 235

HIST 239

HIST 240

HIST 241

HIST 242

HIST 250

HIST 251

HIST 253

HIST 254

HIST 255

HIST 257

HIST 258

HIST 259

HIST 260

HIST 262

HIST 263

HIST 264

HIST 268

HIST 271

HIST 274

HIST 276

HIST 277

HIST 278

HIST 279

HIST 280

HIST 281

HIST 282

HIST 284

HIST 285

HIST 286

HIST 287

HIST 288

HIST 289

HIST 306

HIST 307

HIST 308

HIST 309

HIST 310

HIST 325

HIST 331

HIST 345

HIST 351

HIST 355

HIST 356

HIST 357

HIST 358

HIST 359

HIST 360

HIST 362

HIST 363

HIST 364

HIST 365

HIST 366

HIST 367

HIST 368

HIST 369

HIST 370

HIST 371

HIST 372

HIST 373

HIST 374

HIST 375

HIST 376

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 379

HIST 380

HIST 381

HIST 420

HIST 421

HIST 422

HIST 423

HIST 424

HIST 425

HIST 427

HIST 428

HIST 431

HIST 432

HIST 433

HIST 435

HIST 436

HIST 437

HIST 438

HIST 451

HIST 452

HIST 453

HIST 460

HIST 461

HIST 462

HIST 463

HIST 466

HIST 467

HIST 469

HIST 471

HIST 472

HIST 477

HIST 478

HIST 479

HIST 480

HIST 481

HIST 482

HIST 483

HIST 484

HIST 485

HIST 490

HIST 500

HIST 501

HIST 516

HIST 517

HIST 526

HIST 527

HIST 528

HIST 529

HIST 533

HIST 534

HIST 535

HIST 537

HIST 540

HIST 541

HIST 542

HIST 543

HIST 550

HIST 561

HIST 563

HIST 564

HIST 566

HIST 568

HIST 569

HIST 570

HIST 571

HIST 574

HIST 576

HIST 577

HIST 581

HIST 582

HIST 586

HIST 589

HIST 625

HIST 670

HIST 671

HIST 674

HIST 692H

HIST 697

HNRS 353

ITAL 330

ITAL 331

ITAL 343

JAPN 150

JAPN 165

JAPN 231

JAPN 246

JAPN 333

JAPN 420

JAPN 451

JOMC 242

JOMC 342

JWST 100

JWST 106

JWST 107

JWST 110

JWST 153

JWST 239

JWST 253

JWST 262

JWST 308

JWST 451

JWST 485

JWST 486

LATN 511

LING 444

LING 558

LTAM 291

MNGT 364

MNGT 365

MUSC 56

MUSC 59

MUSC 62

MUSC 252

MUSC 253

MUSC 255

PHIL 54

PLAN 585

PLCY 585

POLI 257

POLI 411

POLI 474

PORT 323

PWAD 132

PWAD 134

PWAD 212

PWAD 213

PWAD 251

PWAD 254

PWAD 262

PWAD 263

PWAD 268

PWAD 277

PWAD 281

PWAD 351

PWAD 368

PWAD 369

PWAD 373

PWAD 421

PWAD 422

PWAD 432

PWAD 488

PWAD 517

PWAD 564

PWAD 570

PWAD 577

RELI 61

RELI 63

RELI 72

RELI 104

RELI 105

RELI 106

RELI 107

RELI 109

RELI 110

RELI 123

RELI 140

RELI 141

RELI 142

RELI 151

RELI 161

RELI 163

RELI 165

RELI 180

RELI 181

RELI 208

RELI 209

RELI 217

RELI 218

RELI 239

RELI 241

RELI 244

RELI 289

RELI 340

RELI 362

RELI 375

RELI 446

RELI 450

RELI 565

RELI 566

RELI 580

RELI 582

RELI 583

RELI 662

ROML 62

SLAV 251

SOCI 257

WMST 237

WMST 242

WMST 244

WMST 253

WMST 258

WMST 259

WMST 262

WMST 264

WMST 278

WMST 280

WMST 283

WMST 289

WMST 362

WMST 375

WMST 458

WMST 479

WMST 500

WMST 501

WMST 537

WMST 568

WMST 569

WMST 576

Philosophical and/or Moral Reasoning (PH)

AMST 55

AMST 291

AMST 392

ANTH 146

ASIA 55

ASIA 65

CHIN 356

CHIN 463

CHIN 525

CLAR 51

CLAS 52

COMM 71

COMM 170

COMM 374

COMM 375

COMM 450

COMM 470

COMP 380

COMP 381

COMP 382

COMP 388

ECON 234

ECON 384

ENEC 368

ENEC 375

ENGL 611

GEOG 62

GEOG 63

GERM 245

GERM 246

GERM 280

GERM 283

GERM 370

HNRS 354

INLS 384

LING 145

LING 545

NAVS 402

PHCY 432

PHIL 51

PHIL 52

PHIL 53

PHIL 55

PHIL 56

PHIL 58

PHIL 66

PHIL 67

PHIL 68

PHIL 75

PHIL 76

PHIL 77

PHIL 78

PHIL 79

PHIL 85

PHIL 101

PHIL 105

PHIL 110

PHIL 112

PHIL 134

PHIL 145

PHIL 150

PHIL 160

PHIL 163

PHIL 164

PHIL 165

PHIL 170

PHIL 180

PHIL 185

PHIL 210

PHIL 213

PHIL 215

PHIL 220

PHIL 224

PHIL 230

PHIL 261

PHIL 266

PHIL 272

PHIL 273

PHIL 274

PHIL 275

PHIL 280

PHIL 282

PHIL 330

PHIL 335

PHIL 340

PHIL 351

PHIL 354

PHIL 360

PHIL 362

PHIL 364

PHIL 368

PHIL 370

PHIL 381

PHIL 384

PHIL 450

PHIL 460

PHIL 462

PHIL 470

PHIL 474

PHIL 476

PHIL 480

PHYS 354

PLCY 340

PLCY 364

PLCY 440

POLI 51

POLI 56

POLI 73

POLI 74

POLI 206

POLI 219

POLI 265

POLI 270

POLI 271

POLI 272

POLI 274

POLI 276

POLI 280

POLI 384

POLI 414

POLI 415

POLI 432

POLI 449

POLI 470

POLI 471

POLI 472

POLI 473

POLI 475

POLI 477

PWAD 272

PWAD 283

RELI 64

RELI 66

RELI 68

RELI 71

RELI 74

RELI 75

RELI 77

RELI 85

RELI 102

RELI 122

RELI 125

RELI 126

RELI 127

RELI 134

RELI 135

RELI 138

RELI 166

RELI 184

RELI 207

RELI 222

RELI 322

RELI 325

RELI 338

RELI 421

RELI 424

RELI 438

RELI 522

RELI 530

RELI 603

RELI 617

SOCI 114

SOCI 250

SOCI 273

SOCI 274

WMST 219

WMST 265

WMST 275

WMST 477

Literary Arts (LA)

AAAD 201

AMST 52

AMST 201

AMST 211

AMST 246

AMST 256

AMST 257

AMST 258

AMST 266

AMST 286

AMST 290

AMST 297

AMST 335

AMST 338

AMST 360

AMST 365

AMST 370

AMST 440

AMST 685

ARAB 150

ARAB 151

ARAB 407

ARAB 408

ARAB 433

ARAB 434

ARAB 443

ARAB 452

ARAB 468

ARAB 477

ASIA 52

ASIA 56

ASIA 147

ASIA 151

ASIA 152

ASIA 163

ASIA 228

ASIA 241

ASIA 261

ASIA 262

ASIA 332

ASIA 333

ASIA 380

ASIA 451

ASIA 452

ASIA 481

ASIA 483

ASIA 486

ASIA 489

ASIA 584

CHIN 231

CHIN 232

CHIN 252

CHIN 255

CHIN 464

CHIN 551

CHIN 552

CHIN 563

CLAS 55

CLAS 56

CLAS 57

CLAS 58

CLAS 60

CLAS 61

CLAS 65

CLAS 121

CLAS 131

CLAS 133H

CLAS 240

CLAS 241

CLAS 253

CLAS 257

CLAS 258

CLAS 259

CLAS 362

CLAS 363

CLAS 364

CLAS 409

CLAS 547

CMPL 120

CMPL 121

CMPL 122

CMPL 123

CMPL 124

CMPL 130

CMPL 131

CMPL 132

CMPL 134

CMPL 198H

CMPL 220

CMPL 223

CMPL 225

CMPL 230

CMPL 250

CMPL 251

CMPL 275

CMPL 277

CMPL 279

CMPL 282

CMPL 321

CMPL 364

CMPL 374

CMPL 380

CMPL 383

CMPL 385

CMPL 386

CMPL 450

CMPL 452

CMPL 453

CMPL 456

CMPL 458

CMPL 460

CMPL 462

CMPL 464

CMPL 466

CMPL 468

CMPL 469

CMPL 470

CMPL 471

CMPL 472

CMPL 473

CMPL 478

CMPL 481

CMPL 483

CMPL 485

CMPL 486

CMPL 487

CMPL 492

CMPL 558

CMPL 621

CMPL 624

CMPL 685

CMPL 697

COMM 70

COMM 160

COMM 263

COMM 466

CZCH 280

CZCH 411

CZCH 469

DRAM 82

DRAM 115

DRAM 117

DRAM 215

DRAM 282

DRAM 285

DRAM 286

DRAM 289

DRAM 297

DRAM 298

DRAM 487

DTCH 405

EDUC 567

ENGL 52

ENGL 53

ENGL 54

ENGL 55

ENGL 56

ENGL 57

ENGL 63

ENGL 64

ENGL 65

ENGL 67

ENGL 68

ENGL 69

ENGL 70

ENGL 71

ENGL 72

ENGL 74

ENGL 76

ENGL 80

ENGL 84

ENGL 85

ENGL 86

ENGL 88

ENGL 120

ENGL 121

ENGL 122

ENGL 123

ENGL 124

ENGL 125

ENGL 126

ENGL 127

ENGL 128

ENGL 129

ENGL 130

ENGL 131

ENGL 132H

ENGL 133H

ENGL 134H

ENGL 135H

ENGL 137

ENGL 138

ENGL 140

ENGL 141

ENGL 144

ENGL 145

ENGL 146

ENGL 147

ENGL 148

ENGL 149

ENGL 150

ENGL 191

ENGL 206

ENGL 207

ENGL 208

ENGL 209

ENGL 210

ENGL 225

ENGL 226

ENGL 227

ENGL 228

ENGL 229

ENGL 230

ENGL 240

ENGL 246

ENGL 260

ENGL 261

ENGL 262

ENGL 263

ENGL 264

ENGL 265

ENGL 266

ENGL 267

ENGL 268

ENGL 270

ENGL 271

ENGL 278

ENGL 281

ENGL 282

ENGL 283

ENGL 284

ENGL 285

ENGL 286

ENGL 287

ENGL 288

ENGL 289

ENGL 291

ENGL 301

ENGL 306

ENGL 307

ENGL 317

ENGL 318

ENGL 319

ENGL 320

ENGL 321

ENGL 322

ENGL 325

ENGL 326

ENGL 327

ENGL 328

ENGL 330

ENGL 331

ENGL 332

ENGL 333

ENGL 337

ENGL 338

ENGL 339

ENGL 340

ENGL 343

ENGL 344

ENGL 345

ENGL 347

ENGL 348

ENGL 350

ENGL 353

ENGL 355

ENGL 356

ENGL 357

ENGL 359

ENGL 361

ENGL 363

ENGL 365

ENGL 366

ENGL 367

ENGL 368

ENGL 369

ENGL 370

ENGL 371

ENGL 373

ENGL 374

ENGL 376

ENGL 375

ENGL 377

ENGL 379

ENGL 383

ENGL 384

ENGL 385

ENGL 387

ENGL 388

ENGL 390

ENGL 405

ENGL 406

ENGL 407

ENGL 423

ENGL 424

ENGL 430

ENGL 436

ENGL 437

ENGL 439

ENGL 440

ENGL 441

ENGL 442

ENGL 443

ENGL 444

ENGL 445

ENGL 446

ENGL 447

ENGL 462

ENGL 463

ENGL 464

ENGL 465

ENGL 466

ENGL 472

ENGL 475

ENGL 481

ENGL 486

ENGL 487

ENGL 489

ENGL 490

ENGL 525

ENGL 619

ENGL 621

ENGL 627

ENGL 628

ENGL 629

ENGL 630

ENGL 631

ENGL 637

ENGL 638

ENGL 639

ENGL 643

ENGL 644

ENGL 659

ENGL 662

ENGL 664

ENGL 670

ENGL 673

ENGL 674

ENGL 675

ENGL 676

ENGL 685

ENGL 686

EURO 362

FOLK 487

FREN 250

FREN 260

FREN 280

FREN 285

FREN 330

FREN 331

FREN 370

FREN 371

FREN 372

FREN 376

FREN 383

FREN 387

FREN 451

FREN 594

GERM 50

GERM 54

GERM 65

GERM 68

GERM 220

GERM 225

GERM 252

GERM 279

GERM 290

GERM 303

GERM 310

GERM 325

GERM 330

GERM 349

GERM 350

GERM 371

GERM 372

GERM 380

GERM 381

GERM 382

GERM 390

GREK 221

GREK 352

GREK 509

GREK 510

GSLL 260

GSLL 475

HNRS 250

HNRS 355

HNUR 305

HNUR 306

HNUR 410

HNUR 592

HUNG 411

ITAL 240

ITAL 241

ITAL 242

ITAL 340

ITAL 345

ITAL 370

ITAL 371

ITAL 382

JAPN 160

JAPN 375

JAPN 384

JAPN 409

JWST 289

JWST 360

JWST 412

JWST 464

JWST 465

JWST 469

JWST 602

LATN 221

LATN 222

LATN 332

LATN 333

LATN 334

LATN 351

LATN 352

LATN 353

LATN 354

LATN 512

LATN 513

LATN 514

MUSC 52

MUSC 55H

MUSC 57

MUSC 60H

PLSH 411

PLSH 412

PORT 270

PORT 275

PORT 382

PORT 385

PWAD 452

PWAD 465

PWAD 475

PWAD 489

PWAD 659

RELI 73

RELI 88

RELI 201

RELI 212

RELI 240

RELI 385

RELI 463

RELI 480

RELI 489

RELI 584

RELI 592

RELI 602

ROML 54

ROML 55

ROML 56

ROML 58

RUSS 250

RUSS 270

RUSS 274

RUSS 275

RUSS 276

RUSS 277

RUSS 281

RUSS 431

RUSS 432

RUSS 441

RUSS 442

RUSS 450

RUSS 460

RUSS 463

RUSS 464

RUSS 465

RUSS 469

RUSS 471

RUSS 473

RUSS 475

RUSS 479

RUSS 486

RUSS 513

RUSS 514

RUSS 560

SECR 411

SLAV 81

SLAV 82

SLAV 83

SLAV 84

SLAV 85

SLAV 86

SLAV 88H

SLAV 248

SLAV 250

SLAV 273

SLAV 463

SLAV 464

SLAV 465

SLAV 469

SLAV 470

SPAN 252

SPAN 260

SPAN 262

SPAN 270

SPAN 280

SPAN 348

SPAN 362

SPAN 371

SPAN 372

SPAN 373

SPAN 379

SPAN 386

SPAN 387

SPAN 388

SPAN 625

WMST 64

WMST 80

WMST 140

WMST 211

WMST 220

WMST 233

WMST 240

WMST 241

WMST 243

WMST 263

WMST 294

WMST 297

WMST 352

WMST 363

WMST 365

WMST 373

WMST 374

WMST 380

WMST 384

WMST 446

WMST 486

Visual and Performing Arts (VP)

AAAD 51

AAAD 211

AAAD 237

AAAD 250

AAAD 259

AAAD 318

AAAD 319

AAAD 320

AAAD 330

AAAD 340

AAAD 356

AAAD 449

AAAD 486

AMST 50

AMST 268

AMST 336

AMST 340

AMST 371

AMST 483

AMST 484

AMST 485

AMST 487

AMST 488

AMST 489

AMST 498

ANTH 77

ANTH 123

ANTH 334

ANTH 343

ANTH 477

ANTH 586

ARAB 453

ARTH 53

ARTH 54

ARTH 55

ARTH 56

ARTH 61

ARTH 64

ARTH 66

ARTH 77

ARTH 79

ARTH 84

ARTH 151

ARTH 152

ARTH 153

ARTH 154

ARTH 155

ARTH 157

ARTH 158

ARTH 159

ARTH 160

ARTH 161

ARTH 251

ARTH 254

ARTH 255

ARTH 258

ARTH 259

ARTH 262

ARTH 263

ARTH 264

ARTH 266

ARTH 270

ARTH 271

ARTH 273

ARTH 274

ARTH 275

ARTH 277

ARTH 279

ARTH 282

ARTH 283

ARTH 284

ARTH 285

ARTH 287

ARTH 288

ARTH 289

ARTH 293

ARTH 302

ARTH 351

ARTH 352

ARTH 353

ARTH 361

ARTH 362

ARTH 363

ARTH 365

ARTH 368

ARTH 370

ARTH 383

ARTH 385

ARTH 387

ARTH 391

ARTH 445

ARTH 450

ARTH 452

ARTH 453

ARTH 454

ARTH 455

ARTH 465

ARTH 468

ARTH 470

ARTH 473

ARTH 475

ARTH 481

ARTH 483

ARTH 485

ARTH 551

ARTH 556

ARTH 588

ARTH 595

ARTS 50

ARTS 57

ARTS 58

ARTS 59

ARTS 75

ARTS 78

ARTS 82

ARTS 101

ARTS 102

ARTS 103

ARTS 104

ARTS 105

ARTS 106

ARTS 116

ARTS 203

ARTS 208

ARTS 213

ARTS 214

ARTS 233

ARTS 243

ARTS 300

ARTS 303

ARTS 305

ARTS 313

ARTS 314

ARTS 324

ARTS 328

ARTS 337

ARTS 338

ARTS 348

ARTS 358

ARTS 368

ARTS 426

ARTS 428

ARTS 500

ASIA 54

ASIA 57

ASIA 58

ASIA 59

ASIA 61

ASIA 64

ASIA 122

ASIA 153

ASIA 154

ASIA 158

ASIA 164

ASIA 224

ASIA 231

ASIA 235

ASIA 242

ASIA 251

ASIA 252

ASIA 253

ASIA 255

ASIA 266

ASIA 273

ASIA 379

ASIA 435

ASIA 468

ASIA 586

CHIN 244

CHIN 354

CHIN 361

CHIN 367

CHIN 531

CLAR 50

CLAR 246

CLAR 247

CLAR 262

CLAR 263

CLAR 268

CLAR 465

CLAR 512

CLAR 561

CLAS 64

CMPL 55

CMPL 133

CMPL 143

CMPL 227

CMPL 252

CMPL 254

CMPL 255

CMPL 257

CMPL 260

CMPL 280

CMPL 281

CMPL 332H

CMPL 375

CMPL 379

CMPL 382

CMPL 420

CMPL 463

CMPL 494

COMM 61

COMM 62

COMM 63

COMM 130

COMM 131

COMM 150

COMM 251

COMM 262

COMM 345

COMM 364

COMM 365

COMM 437

COMM 452

COMM 463

COMM 464

COMM 493

COMM 638

COMM 647

COMM 662

DRAM 80

DRAM 81

DRAM 83

DRAM 84

DRAM 85

DRAM 86

DRAM 87

DRAM 88

DRAM 116

DRAM 120

DRAM 131

DRAM 165

DRAM 192

DRAM 231

DRAM 260

DRAM 281

DRAM 283

DRAM 287

DRAM 291

DRAM 292

DRAM 294

DRAM 331

DRAM 450

DRAM 466

DRAM 467

DRAM 468

DRAM 477

DRAM 480

DRAM 486

DRAM 488

DRAM 489

ENGL 50

ENGL 58

ENGL 77

ENGL 87

ENGL 142

ENGL 143

ENGL 351

ENGL 380

ENGL 381

ENGL 389

ENGL 410

ENGL 580

ENGL 583

ENGL 665

ENGL 666

ENGL 680

EURO 332H

EXSS 191

FOLK 77

FOLK 334

FOLK 488

FOLK 550

FOLK 587

FREN 332H

FREN 373

FREN 388

FREN 505

FREN 617

GERM 60

GERM 63

GERM 210

GERM 250

GERM 265

GERM 266

GERM 275

GERM 373

GERM 374

GSLL 69

HEBR 142

HIST 77

HIST 302H

HIST 468

HNRS 356

HUNG 280

ITAL 333

ITAL 335

JAPN 161

JAPN 162

JAPN 261

JAPN 412

JAPN 413

JAPN 414

JWST 512

MUSC 54

MUSC 63

MUSC 64

MUSC 65

MUSC 120

MUSC 121

MUSC 131

MUSC 132

MUSC 141

MUSC 142

MUSC 143

MUSC 144

MUSC 145

MUSC 146

MUSC 147

MUSC 148

MUSC 155

MUSC 156

MUSC 157

MUSC 158

MUSC 188

MUSC 232

MUSC 251

MUSC 280

MUSC 281

MUSC 282

MUSC 283

MUSC 284

MUSC 285

MUSC 286

MUSC 287

MUSC 288

MUSC 289

MUSC 291

MUSC 390

PLSH 280

PORT 388

PWAD 289

RELI 235

RELI 236

RELI 512

ROML 660

RUSS 273

SLAV 281

SPAN 253

SPAN 361

VIET 252

WMST 68

WMST 188

WMST 230

WMST 231

WMST 232

WMST 250

WMST 254

WMST 285

WMST 336

WMST 345

WMST 665

WMST 666

Communication Intensive (CI)

AAAD 52

AAAD 319

AAAD 395

AAAD 486

AERO 301

AERO 302

AERO 401

AMST 50

AMST 51

AMST 53

AMST 55

AMST 59

AMST 257

AMST 259

AMST 269

AMST 275

AMST 285

AMST 338

AMST 339

AMST 385

AMST 386

AMST 387

AMST 394

AMST 398

AMST 466

AMST 486

ANTH 59

ANTH 60

ANTH 278

ANTH 284

ANTH 330

ANTH 331

ANTH 343

ANTH 413

ANTH 439

ANTH 447

ANTH 463

ANTH 484

ANTH 567

ANTH 578

ANTH 675

ARAB 300

ARTH 64

ARTH 254

ARTH 275

ARTH 283

ARTH 353

ARTH 453

ARTH 555

ARTS 58

ASIA 50

ASIA 58

ASIA 61

ASIA 285

ASIA 300

ASIA 487

ASIA 488

ASIA 578

BIOL 81

BIOL 101L

BIOL 522

BIOL 524

BIOL 692H

BMME 698

BUSI 51

BUSI 401

CHEM 550L

CHIN 441

CHIN 443

CLAR 51

CLAS 52

CLAS 61

CLAS 62

CLSC 630

CMPL 250

CMPL 251

CMPL 260

CMPL 460

CMPL 478

CMPL 697

COMM 63

COMM 82

COMM 85

COMM 113

COMM 131

COMM 224

COMM 318

COMM 333

COMM 334

COMM 350

COMM 375

COMM 432

COMM 452

COMM 472

COMM 535

COMM 650

COMP 51

COMP 80

COMP 102

COMP 382

COMP 523

DRAM 80

DRAM 81

DRAM 82

DRAM 84

DRAM 87

DRAM 120

DRAM 131

DRAM 231

DRAM 279

DRAM 282

DRAM 283

DRAM 285

DRAM 286

DRAM 287

DRAM 288

DRAM 294

DRAM 300

DRAM 450

DRAM 488

DRAM 493

ECON 55

ECON 57H

ECON 285

ECON 385

EDUC 567

ENEC 375

ENGL 50

ENGL 52

ENGL 55

ENGL 69

ENGL 72

ENGL 75

ENGL 79

ENGL 80

ENGL 84

ENGL 85

ENGL 86

ENGL 121

ENGL 127

ENGL 132H

ENGL 133H

ENGL 137

ENGL 149

ENGL 150

ENGL 206

ENGL 207

ENGL 208

ENGL 209

ENGL 216

ENGL 300

ENGL 300I

ENGL 301

ENGL 302

ENGL 303

ENGL 304

ENGL 305

ENGL 316

ENGL 317

ENGL 318

ENGL 361

ENGL 366

ENGL 370

ENGL 371

ENGL 402

ENGL 406

ENGL 407

ENGL 496

ENGL 610

ENGL 611

ENGL 638

ENGL 674

ENGL 675

ENGL 676

ENGL 680

FOLK 484

FOLK 670

FOLK 675

FREN 255

FREN 310

FREN 311

FREN 350

GEOG 62

GEOG 424

GEOG 650

GEOL 550

GERM 50

GERM 55

GERM 56

GERM 58

GERM 301

GERM 302

GERM 302

GERM 303

HIST 72

HIST 398

HIST 438

HIST 670

HIST 692H

INLS 384

INLS 691H

ITAL 310

JOMC 153

JWST 444

JWST 486

JWST 697

LING 306

LING 409

LING 484

LTAM 697

MASC 550

MATH 67

MUSC 52

MUSC 54

MUSC 55H

MUSC 56

MUSC 57

MUSC 58

MUSC 59

MUSC 60H

MUSC 61H

MUSC 62

MUSC 63

MUSC 64

MUSC 355

MUSC 390

PHIL 55

PHIL 79

PHIL 261

PHIL 397

PHIL 691H

PHYS 281L

PLAN 53

PLCY 70

PLCY 210

PLCY 691H

PLCY 692H

PLCY 698

POLI 50

POLI 61

POLI 62

POLI 230

POLI 265

POLI 400

POLI 417

POLI 421

POLI 432

POLI 477

POLI 692H

PSYC 61

PSYC 62

PSYC 63

PSYC 64

PSYC 530

PSYC 693H

PSYC 694H

PWAD 467

PWAD 475

PWAD 670

PWAD 680

RECR 430

RELI 60

RELI 73

RELI 283

RELI 285

RELI 444

RELI 485

RELI 487

RELI 488

RELI 524

RELI 586

RELI 697

ROML 60

RUSS 475

SLAV 248

SLAV 306

SLAV 467

SOCI 67

SOCI 68

SOCI 691H

SOCI 692H

SPAN 255

SPAN 266

SPAN 350

SPAN 394

WMST 224

WMST 254

WMST 265

WMST 278

WMST 385

WMST 477

WMST 695

Quantitative Intensive (QI)

ANTH 411

ASTR 63

ASTR 390

BIOL 201

BIOL 226

BIOL 452

COMP 56

COMP 60

COMP 61

COMP 72

COMP 665

ECON 400

ECON 485

ECON 570

ECON 575

ENEC 222

EXSS 273

GEOG 410

GEOL 460

GEOL 509

GEOL 510

GEOL 512

GEOL 655

JOMC 279

LING 333

LING 540

MASC 57

MASC 460

MASC 470

MASC 553

MASC 561

MASC 562

MATH 50

MATH 51

MATH 52

MATH 53

MATH 54

MATH 55

MATH 56

MATH 57

MATH 58

MATH 59

MATH 60

MATH 61

MATH 62

MATH 63

MATH 64

MATH 65

MATH 66

MATH 67

MATH 232

MATH 233

MATH 283

MATH 307

MATH 381

MATH 383

MATH 401

MATH 406

MATH 411

MATH 418

MATH 452

MATH 515

MATH 521

MATH 522

MATH 523

MATH 524

MATH 528

MATH 529

MATH 533

MATH 534

MATH 535

MATH 547

MATH 548

MATH 550

MATH 551

MATH 555

MATH 564

MATH 565

MATH 566

MATH 577

MATH 578

MUSC 131

PHIL 65

PHIL 157

PHIL 355

PHIL 357

PHIL 456

PHYS 63

PHYS 104

PHYS 105

PHYS 114

PHYS 115

PHYS 116

PHYS 117

PHYS 118

PHYS 119

PHYS 131

PLCY 460

POLI 209

POLI 281

POLI 285

POLI 288

POLI 488

PSYC 210

PSYC 215

PSYC 310

PSYC 530

PSYC 531

SOCI 252

STOR 52

STOR 53

STOR 56

STOR 58

STOR 60

STOR 61

STOR 62

STOR 63

STOR 64

STOR 66

STOR 68

STOR 72

STOR 305

STOR 435

STOR 471

STOR 582

Experiential Education (EE)

AAAD 293

AAAD 395

AAAD 402

AAAD 691H

AAAD 692H

AERO 393

AMST 51

AMST 57

AMST 275

AMST 285

AMST 350

AMST 385

AMST 394

AMST 394L

AMST 398

AMST 410

AMST 466

AMST 493

AMST 691H

AMST 692H

ANTH 93

ANTH 240

ANTH 248

ANTH 278

ANTH 393

ANTH 395

ANTH 451

ANTH 453

ANTH 477

ANTH 539

ANTH 625

ANTH 688

ANTH 691H

ANTH 692H

ARCH 393

ARCH 691H

ARCH 692H

ARTH 293

ARTH 551

ARTH 595

ARTH 691H

ARTH 692H

ARTS 233

ARTS 243

ARTS 300

ARTS 493

ARTS 500

ARTS 691H

ARTS 692H

ASIA 691H

ASIA 692H

ASTR 111L

BFRS 300

BFRS 310

BFRS 320

BFRS 330

BFRS 340

BFRS 350

BFRS 360

BFRS 370

BFRS 371

BIOL 274

BIOL 277L

BIOL 293

BIOL 294

BIOL 295

BIOL 395

BIOL 410

BIOL 421L

BIOL 463

BIOL 555

BIOL 661

BIOL 692H

BIOS 392

BIOS 664

BIOS 693H

BIOS 694H

BMME 395

BMME 691H

BMME 692H

BMME 698

BUSA 101

BUSA 102

BUSA 103

BUSG 101

BUSI 200

BUSI 493

BUSI 505

BUSI 514

BUSI 519

BUSI 593

BUSI 650

BUSI 692H

BUSS 101

CHEM 395

CHEM 397H

CHEM 410

CHIN 354

CLAR 650

CLAS 123

CLAS 691H

CLAS 692H

CLSC 540L

CLSC 580L

CMPL 260

CMPL 460

CMPL 558

CMPL 622

CMPL 691H

CMPL 692H

CMPL 697

COMM 53

COMM 393

COMM 466

COMM 472

COMM 493

COMM 562

COMM 625

COMM 668

COMM 691H

COMM 692H

COMM 693H

COMM 694H

COMP 80

COMP 180

COMP 381

COMP 393

COMP 493

COMP 495

COMP 523

COMP 580

COMP 593

COMP 691H

COMP 692H

DHYG 362

DHYG 393

DHYG 422

DRAM 85

DRAM 88

DRAM 191

DRAM 192

DRAM 193

DRAM 196

DRAM 260

DRAM 393

DRAM 460

DRAM 493

DRAM 691H

DRAM 692H

ECON 55

ECON 285

ECON 293

ECON 327

ECON 385

ECON 393

ECON 570

ECON 691H

ECON 692H

EDUC 318

EDUC 412

EDUC 469

EDUC 493

EDUC 593

EDUC 691H

EDUC 694H

EDUC 697

ENEC 220

ENEC 259

ENEC 304

ENEC 393

ENEC 395

ENEC 479

ENEC 482

ENEC 493

ENEC 593

ENEC 694H

ENEC 698

ENGL 50

ENGL 75

ENGL 271

ENGL 316

ENGL 376

ENGL 496

ENGL 583

ENGL 691H

ENGL 692H

ENGL 693H

ENGL 694H

ENVR 593

ENVR 691H

ENVR 692H

EXSS 51

EXSS 207

EXSS 323

EXSS 393

EXSS 493

EXSS 593

EXSS 693H

EXSS 694H

FOLK 562

FOLK 688

FOLK 691H

FOLK 692H

FREN 691H

FREN 692H

GEOG 53

GEOG 293

GEOG 419

GEOG 429

GEOG 452

GEOG 691H

GEOG 692H

GEOL 72

GEOL 221

GEOL 412

GEOL 555

GEOL 601

GEOL 602

GEOL 691H

GEOL 692H

GERM 373

GERM 374

GERM 493

GERM 691H

GERM 692H

GERM 693H

GLBL 193

GLBL 382

GLBL 485

GLBL 691H

GLBL 692H

GSLL 691H

GSLL 692H

GSLL 693H

HBEH 610

HBEH 611

HIST 398

HIST 493

HIST 562

HIST 691H

HIST 692H

HNRS 393

HPM 393

HPM 691H

HPM 692H

IDST 691H

IDST 692H

INLS 393

INLS 691H

INLS 692H

ISP 300–600

ITAL 691H

ITAL 692H

JAPN 451

JOMC 232

JOMC 393

JOMC 671

JOMC 691H

JOMC 692H

LING 691H

LING 692H

LTAM 512

LTAM 691H

LTAM 692H

MASC 220

MASC 395

MASC 472

MATH 290

MATH 396

MATH 410

MUSC 269

MUSC 296

MUSC 300

MUSC 302

MUSC 303

MUSC 304

MUSC 305

MUSC 306

MUSC 364

MUSC 471

MUSC 493

MUSC 691H

MUSC 692H

NURS 591

NURS 691H

NURS 692H

NUTR 245

NUTR 295

NUTR 692H

PHIL 261

PHIL 292

PHIL 691H

PHIL 692H

PHYS 395

PHYS 410

PHYS 482L

PLAN 575

PLAN 691H

PLCY 130

PLCY 293

PLCY 393

PLCY 493

PLCY 691H

PLCY 692H

PLCY 698

POLI 193

POLI 196

POLI 206

POLI 219

POLI 404

POLI 421

POLI 449

POLI 691H

POLI 692H

POLI 693H

PORT 691H

PORT 692H

PSYC 56

PSYC 270

PSYC 294

PSYC 395

PSYC 403

PSYC 470

PSYC 493

PSYC 502

PSYC 506

PSYC 509

PSYC 693H

PSYC 694H

PUBA 396

PUBH 423

PWAD 393

PWAD 670

PWAD 680

PWAD 691H

PWAD 692H

RECR 420

RECR 691H

RECR 692H

RELI 688

RELI 691H

RELI 692H

ROML 60

ROML 500

RUSS 691H

RUSS 692H

SLAV 691H

SLAV 692H

SOCI 253

SOCI 273

SOCI 301

SOCI 393

SOCI 413

SOCI 416

SOCI 417

SOCI 423

SOCI 470

SOCI 691H

SOCI 692H

SOWO 492

SPAN 253

SPAN 293

SPAN 329

SPAN 691H

SPAN 692H

STOR 358

STOR 493

STOR 496

STOR 691H

STOR 692H

WMST 219

WMST 278

WMST 340

WMST 385

WMST 393

WMST 562

WMST 691H

WMST 692H

YAP 300–464

U.S. Diversity (US)

AAAD 50

AAAD 51

AAAD 130

AAAD 231

AAAD 252

AAAD 254

AAAD 332

AAAD 432

AAAD 449

AAAD 491

AMST 50

AMST 52

AMST 54

AMST 55

AMST 56

AMST 60

AMST 110

AMST 201

AMST 203

AMST 210

AMST 211

AMST 231

AMST 234

AMST 246

AMST 255

AMST 258

AMST 259

AMST 266

AMST 269

AMST 335

AMST 336

AMST 337

AMST 338

AMST 339

AMST 360

AMST 371

AMST 375

AMST 384

AMST 394

AMST 486

ANTH 54

ANTH 62

ANTH 92

ANTH 93

ANTH 194

ANTH 202

ANTH 206

ANTH 234

ANTH 340

ANTH 484

ANTH 538

ANTH 539

ANTH 625

ASIA 237

ASIA 350

ASIA 445

CMPL 133

COMM 63

COMM 224

COMM 318

COMM 374

COMM 422

COMM 437

COMM 576

COMM 577

COMP 80

EDUC 510

EDUC 533

ENGL 53

ENGL 58

ENGL 63

ENGL 80

ENGL 88

ENGL 129

ENGL 139

ENGL 140

ENGL 202

ENGL 246

ENGL 262

ENGL 265

ENGL 267

ENGL 269

ENGL 270

ENGL 271

ENGL 315

ENGL 353

ENGL 359

ENGL 361

ENGL 370

ENGL 371

ENGL 384

ENGL 611

ENGL 665

ENGL 666

ENGL 670

EXSS 50

FOLK 77

FOLK 202

FOLK 340

FOLK 375

FOLK 484

FOLK 560

FOLK 610

HIST 79

HIST 110

HIST 120

HIST 121

HIST 127

HIST 231

HIST 232

HIST 234

HIST 239

HIST 241

HIST 355

HIST 356

HIST 366

HIST 370

HIST 375

HIST 376

HIST 378

HIST 381

HIST 561

HIST 574

ITAL 340

JOMC 441

JWST 360

JWST 486

LING 484

LTAM 291

MUSC 143

MUSC 144

MUSC 145

MUSC 148

MUSC 280

PHIL 57

PHIL 274

PHIL 275

PHIL 473

PHIL 475

PLCY 349

PLCY 425

PLCY 530

POLI 51

POLI 56

POLI 71

POLI 203

POLI 206

POLI 217

POLI 220

POLI 255

POLI 280

POLI 404

POLI 414

POLI 419

POLI 422

PSYC 64

PSYC 472

RECR 475

RELI 60

RELI 140

RELI 245

RELI 248

RELI 282

RELI 423

RELI 445

RELI 542

SOCI 56

SOCI 67

SOCI 122

WMST 101

WMST 111

WMST 140

WMST 211

WMST 217

WMST 224

WMST 230

WMST 231

WMST 233

WMST 275

WMST 297

WMST 365

WMST 368

WMST 375

WMST 475

WMST 665

WMST 666

North Atlantic World (NA)

AAAD 237

AAAD 298

AAAD 330

AAAD 385

AAAD 486

AMST 53

AMST 56

AMST 57

AMST 58

AMST 59

AMST 101

AMST 110

AMST 201

AMST 202

AMST 203

AMST 210

AMST 211

AMST 231

AMST 233

AMST 234

AMST 235

AMST 253

AMST 255

AMST 256

AMST 257

AMST 258

AMST 266

AMST 268

AMST 277

AMST 286

AMST 290

AMST 291

AMST 292

AMST 297

AMST 334

AMST 335

AMST 336

AMST 340

AMST 350

AMST 360

AMST 370

AMST 375

AMST 384

AMST 386

AMST 390

AMST 392

AMST 410

AMST 482

AMST 483

AMST 487

AMST 488

AMST 498

AMST 685

ANTH 64

ANTH 230

ANTH 234

ANTH 342

ANTH 377

ANTH 406

ANTH 585

ARTH 53

ARTH 54

ARTH 55

ARTH 64

ARTH 66

ARTH 152

ARTH 161

ARTH 254

ARTH 259

ARTH 262

ARTH 263

ARTH 264

ARTH 270

ARTH 271

ARTH 274

ARTH 275

ARTH 282

ARTH 283

ARTH 284

ARTH 285

ARTH 287

ARTH 288

ARTH 289

ARTH 370

ARTH 383

ARTH 385

ARTH 387

ARTH 453

ARTH 464

ARTH 465

ARTH 473

ARTH 483

ARTH 485

ARTH 514

ARTH 551

ARTH 556

ARTH 588

ASIA 51

ASIA 350

ASIA 451

ASIA 452

ASIA 455

ASTR 61

CLAR 244

CLAR 245

CLAR 247

CLAR 262

CLAR 263

CLAR 268

CLAR 375

CLAR 464

CLAR 465

CLAR 470

CLAR 491

CLAS 55

CLAS 56

CLAS 57

CLAS 58

CLAS 121

CLAS 122

CLAS 123

CLAS 240

CLAS 241

CLAS 242

CLAS 257

CLAS 258

CLAS 259

CLAS 263

CLAS 363

CLAS 364

CLAS 409

CLAS 547

CMPL 130

CMPL 134

CMPL 250

CMPL 251

CMPL 270

CMPL 279

CMPL 321

CMPL 332H

CMPL 364

CMPL 374

CMPL 375

CMPL 383

CMPL 385

CMPL 386

CMPL 450

CMPL 452

CMPL 453

CMPL 454

CMPL 456

CMPL 458

CMPL 462

CMPL 464

CMPL 466

CMPL 468

CMPL 470

CMPL 471

CMPL 472

CMPL 485

CMPL 487

CMPL 492

CMPL 621

CMPL 624

CMPL 685

COMM 436

COMM 452

COMM 470

DRAM 81

DRAM 85

DRAM 87

DRAM 115

DRAM 120

DRAM 215

DRAM 282

DRAM 283

DRAM 285

DRAM 286

DRAM 289

DRAM 450

DRAM 470

DRAM 480

DTCH 405

ENEC 480

ENEC 585

ENGL 54

ENGL 58

ENGL 64

ENGL 68

ENGL 70

ENGL 74

ENGL 84

ENGL 120

ENGL 121

ENGL 122

ENGL 128

ENGL 129

ENGL 225

ENGL 226

ENGL 227

ENGL 228

ENGL 229

ENGL 230

ENGL 246

ENGL 261

ENGL 278

ENGL 284

ENGL 285

ENGL 286

ENGL 287

ENGL 288

ENGL 289

ENGL 319

ENGL 320

ENGL 321

ENGL 322

ENGL 325

ENGL 326

ENGL 327

ENGL 328

ENGL 330

ENGL 331

ENGL 332

ENGL 333

ENGL 337

ENGL 338

ENGL 339

ENGL 343

ENGL 344

ENGL 345

ENGL 347

ENGL 348

ENGL 350

ENGL 351

ENGL 353

ENGL 355

ENGL 356

ENGL 357

ENGL 367

ENGL 368

ENGL 369

ENGL 373

ENGL 374

ENGL 375

ENGL 377

ENGL 379

ENGL 384

ENGL 387

ENGL 388

ENGL 423

ENGL 424

ENGL 430

ENGL 436

ENGL 437

ENGL 439

ENGL 440

ENGL 441

ENGL 442

ENGL 443

ENGL 444

ENGL 445

ENGL 446

ENGL 465

ENGL 472

ENGL 475

ENGL 486

ENGL 487

ENGL 525

ENGL 619

ENGL 621

ENGL 627

ENGL 628

ENGL 629

ENGL 630

ENGL 631

ENGL 637

ENGL 638

ENGL 639

ENGL 643

ENGL 644

ENGL 665

ENGL 666

ENGL 673

ENGL 685

ENVR 585

EURO 159

EURO 239

EURO 332H

EURO 362

FOLK 230

FOLK 342

FOLK 375

FOLK 487

FOLK 488

FOLK 560

FOLK 571

FOLK 587

FREN 250

FREN 280

FREN 285

FREN 330

FREN 331

FREN 332H

FREN 373

FREN 376

FREN 377

FREN 378

FREN 451

GEOG 260

GEOG 262

GEOG 430

GEOG 435

GEOG 464

GERM 50

GERM 53

GERM 54

GERM 56

GERM 65

GERM 67

GERM 68

GERM 210

GERM 216

GERM 220

GERM 225

GERM 245

GERM 246

GERM 250

GERM 254

GERM 255

GERM 257

GERM 265

GERM 266

GERM 270

GERM 275

GERM 279

GERM 280

GERM 283

GERM 290

GERM 301

GERM 302

GERM 303

GERM 304

GERM 305

GERM 310

GERM 311

GERM 325

GERM 330

GERM 349

GERM 350

GERM 370

GERM 371

GERM 372

GERM 373

GERM 374

GERM 380

GERM 381

GERM 382

GERM 383

GERM 390

GERM 493

GLBL 514

GSLL 280

HIST 53

HIST 54

HIST 56

HIST 57

HIST 66

HIST 68

HIST 72

HIST 73

HIST 79

HIST 84

HIST 106

HIST 107

HIST 110

HIST 124

HIST 125

HIST 127

HIST 128

HIST 152

HIST 156

HIST 157

HIST 158

HIST 159

HIST 177H

HIST 178H

HIST 179H

HIST 225

HIST 226

HIST 227

HIST 228

HIST 231

HIST 232

HIST 233

HIST 234

HIST 235

HIST 254

HIST 255

HIST 257

HIST 258

HIST 259

HIST 262

HIST 263

HIST 268

HIST 306

HIST 307

HIST 310

HIST 355

HIST 356

HIST 357

HIST 358

HIST 360

HIST 362

HIST 363

HIST 364

HIST 365

HIST 366

HIST 367

HIST 368

HIST 369

HIST 370

HIST 371

HIST 372

HIST 373

HIST 374

HIST 375

HIST 376

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 380

HIST 420

HIST 421

HIST 422

HIST 423

HIST 424

HIST 425

HIST 427

HIST 428

HIST 431

HIST 432

HIST 433

HIST 435

HIST 436

HIST 452

HIST 453

HIST 460

HIST 461

HIST 462

HIST 463

HIST 466

HIST 467

HIST 468

HIST 469

HIST 471

HIST 472

HIST 479

HIST 500

HIST 501

HIST 516

HIST 517

HIST 563

HIST 564

HIST 566

HIST 568

HIST 569

HIST 571

HIST 576

HIST 577

HIST 581

HIST 582

HIST 586

HIST 589

HIST 625

HIST 671

HIST 674

ITAL 242

ITAL 330

ITAL 331

ITAL 333

ITAL 335

ITAL 340

ITAL 343

ITAL 345

ITAL 370

JWST 239

JWST 253

JWST 262

JWST 289

JWST 360

JWST 444

LATN 221

LATN 331

LATN 353

LATN 511

LATN 514

LATN 530

MNGT 364

MNGT 365

MUSC 64

MUSC 65

MUSC 141

MUSC 142

MUSC 143

MUSC 144

MUSC 145

MUSC 188

MUSC 248

MUSC 252

MUSC 253

MUSC 255

MUSC 281

MUSC 282

MUSC 283

MUSC 284

MUSC 285

MUSC 287

MUSC 288

MUSC 289

PHIL 51

PHIL 54

PHIL 134

PHIL 215

PHIL 220

PHIL 224

PHIL 228

PHIL 229

PHIL 230

PHIL 272

PHIL 370

PHYS 61

PLAN 53

PLAN 585

PLCY 70

PLCY 101

PLCY 220

PLCY 360

PLCY 361

PLCY 420

PLCY 480

PLCY 585

PLCY 698

POLI 51

POLI 54

POLI 56

POLI 63

POLI 72

POLI 100

POLI 101

POLI 216

POLI 219

POLI 230

POLI 232

POLI 239

POLI 257

POLI 265

POLI 270

POLI 271

POLI 272

POLI 276

POLI 280

POLI 410

POLI 411

POLI 412

POLI 414

POLI 415

POLI 416

POLI 418

POLI 432

POLI 433

POLI 438

POLI 470

POLI 471

POLI 472

POLI 473

POLI 475

POLI 477

PWAD 101

PWAD 220

PWAD 254

PWAD 262

PWAD 263

PWAD 268

PWAD 272

PWAD 283

PWAD 289

PWAD 352

PWAD 368

PWAD 369

PWAD 373

PWAD 416

PWAD 421

PWAD 422

PWAD 432

PWAD 517

PWAD 564

PWAD 577

RELI 62

RELI 72

RELI 104

RELI 105

RELI 126

RELI 140

RELI 141

RELI 142

RELI 162

RELI 164

RELI 207

RELI 208

RELI 209

RELI 236

RELI 239

RELI 240

RELI 241

RELI 242

RELI 282

RELI 323

RELI 332

RELI 340

RELI 342

RELI 375

RELI 441

RELI 444

RELI 530

RELI 580

RELI 607

RELI 662

RELI 665

RUSS 473

SOCI 61

SOCI 66

SOCI 115

SOCI 257

SPAN 280

SPAN 331

SPAN 335

SPAN 340

SPAN 362

SPAN 375

WMST 64

WMST 111

WMST 188

WMST 219

WMST 220

WMST 240

WMST 241

WMST 242

WMST 243

WMST 248

WMST 250

WMST 253

WMST 254

WMST 258

WMST 259

WMST 262

WMST 265

WMST 283

WMST 373

WMST 374

WMST 375

WMST 437

WMST 446

WMST 477

WMST 479

WMST 500

WMST 501

WMST 568

WMST 569

WMST 576

WMST 665

WMST 666

Beyond the North Atlantic World (BN)

AAAD 52

AAAD 101

AAAD 200

AAAD 201

AAAD 202

AAAD 210

AAAD 211

AAAD 212

AAAD 214

AAAD 260

AAAD 284

AAAD 300

AAAD 307

AAAD 315

AAAD 316

AAAD 318

AAAD 319

AAAD 320

AAAD 401

AAAD 404

AAAD 405

AAAD 412

AAAD 421

AMST 378

ANTH 60

ANTH 102

ANTH 121

ANTH 130

ANTH 142

ANTH 222

ANTH 231

ANTH 232

ANTH 233

ANTH 330

ANTH 343

ANTH 361

ANTH 375

ANTH 429

ANTH 461

ANTH 545

ANTH 574

ANTH 578

ANTH 586

ANTH 626

ANTH 682

ARAB 150

ARAB 151

ARAB 300

ARAB 350

ARAB 433

ARAB 434

ARAB 443

ARAB 452

ARAB 453

ARAB 477

ARTH 153

ARTH 154

ARTH 155

ARTH 157

ARTH 160

ARTH 251

ARTH 255

ARTH 258

ARTH 266

ARTH 273

ARTH 277

ARTH 352

ARTH 353

ARTH 363

ARTH 445

ARTH 452

ARTH 468

ARTH 488

ARTH 555

ARTH 562

ASIA 50

ASIA 52

ASIA 54

ASIA 55

ASIA 56

ASIA 57

ASIA 58

ASIA 59

ASIA 60

ASIA 61

ASIA 62

ASIA 63

ASIA 64

ASIA 66

ASIA 122

ASIA 131

ASIA 132

ASIA 133

ASIA 134

ASIA 135

ASIA 136

ASIA 138

ASIA 139

ASIA 147

ASIA 150

ASIA 151

ASIA 152

ASIA 153

ASIA 154

ASIA 163

ASIA 164

ASIA 180

ASIA 181

ASIA 183

ASIA 222

ASIA 224

ASIA 225

ASIA 228

ASIA 231

ASIA 232

ASIA 235

ASIA 240

ASIA 241

ASIA 242

ASIA 243

ASIA 244

ASIA 251

ASIA 252

ASIA 253

ASIA 266

ASIA 267

ASIA 273

ASIA 276

ASIA 277

ASIA 281

ASIA 282

ASIA 284

ASIA 285

ASIA 286

ASIA 287

ASIA 288

ASIA 300

ASIA 301

ASIA 302

ASIA 303

ASIA 331

ASIA 332

ASIA 333

ASIA 344

ASIA 375

ASIA 424

ASIA 429

ASIA 435

ASIA 453

ASIA 457

ASIA 460

ASIA 461

ASIA 466

ASIA 468

ASIA 483

ASIA 487

ASIA 488

ASIA 489

ASIA 537

ASIA 545

ASIA 574

ASIA 578

ASIA 581

ASIA 582

ASIA 583

ASIA 586

ASIA 682

BUSI 200

CHIN 150

CHIN 231

CHIN 232

CHIN 244

CHIN 252

CHIN 253

CHIN 255

CHIN 354

CHIN 361

CHIN 407

CHIN 408

CHIN 440

CHIN 442

CHIN 443

CHIN 464

CHIN 511

CHIN 525

CHIN 551

CHIN 552

CHIN 562

CHIN 563

CLAR 50

CLAR 110

CLAR 241

CLAR 242

CLAR 489

CLAR 512

CLAR 561

CLAS 71

CLAS 73

CLAS 253

CMPL 198H

CMPL 252

CMPL 281

CMPL 282

CMPL 469

CMPL 483

CZCH 280

CZCH 411

CZCH 469

DRAM 117

DRAM 291

DRAM 298

DRAM 475

DRAM 486

ENEC 266

ENGL 240

ENGL 364

ENGL 663

FOLK 130

FOLK 429

FREN 375

FREN 505

GEOG 59

GEOG 64

GEOG 259

GEOG 266

GEOG 267

GEOG 268

GEOG 269

GEOG 458

GERM 252

HEBR 142

HEBR 436

HIST 51

HIST 52

HIST 61

HIST 62

HIST 64

HIST 83

HIST 130

HIST 131

HIST 132

HIST 133

HIST 134

HIST 135

HIST 136

HIST 138

HIST 139

HIST 140

HIST 142

HIST 143

HIST 161

HIST 162

HIST 163

HIST 174H

HIST 175H

HIST 176H

HIST 240

HIST 242

HIST 260

HIST 264

HIST 274

HIST 276

HIST 277

HIST 278

HIST 279

HIST 280

HIST 281

HIST 282

HIST 284

HIST 285

HIST 286

HIST 287

HIST 288

HIST 331

HIST 477

HIST 478

HIST 480

HIST 481

HIST 482

HIST 483

HIST 484

HIST 485

HIST 526

HIST 527

HIST 528

HIST 529

HIST 533

HIST 534

HIST 535

HIST 537

HIST 540

HIST 541

HIST 542

HIST 543

HIST 550

HNUR 305

HNUR 306

HNUR 410

HNUR 592

HUNG 271

HUNG 280

HUNG 411

JAPN 150

JAPN 160

JAPN 161

JAPN 162

JAPN 246

JAPN 261

JAPN 306

JAPN 333

JAPN 363

JAPN 375

JAPN 381

JAPN 384

JAPN 408

JAPN 409

JAPN 410

JAPN 411

JAPN 412

JAPN 413

JAPN 482

JWST 103

JWST 106

JWST 110

JWST 412

JWST 464

JWST 465

JWST 485

JWST 512

KOR 150

KOR 151

LING 560

LTAM 101

LTAM 697

MUSC 146

MUSC 234

MUSC 240

MUSC 245

PHIL 213

PLSH 280

PLSH 405

PLSH 406

PLSH 411

PLSH 412

POLI 55

POLI 130

POLI 131

POLI 235

POLI 236

POLI 237

POLI 238

POLI 260

POLI 431

POLI 434

POLI 435

POLI 436

POLI 437

POLI 441

POLI 452

PORT 382

PORT 385

PORT 387

PORT 388

PWAD 132

PWAD 134

PWAD 260

PWAD 277

PWAD 281

PWAD 452

PWAD 465

PWAD 467

PWAD 475

PWAD 481

RELI 64

RELI 73

RELI 75

RELI 102

RELI 103

RELI 106

RELI 109

RELI 110

RELI 117

RELI 151

RELI 180

RELI 181

RELI 183

RELI 184

RELI 185

RELI 211

RELI 212

RELI 283

RELI 284

RELI 285

RELI 286

RELI 287

RELI 288

RELI 289

RELI 345

RELI 381

RELI 385

RELI 413

RELI 463

RELI 480

RELI 481

RELI 485

RELI 487

RELI 488

RELI 489

RELI 512

RELI 574

RELI 581

RELI 582

RELI 583

RELI 585

RELI 586

RELI 592

ROML 660

RUES 260

RUSS 250

RUSS 270

RUSS 273

RUSS 274

RUSS 275

RUSS 276

RUSS 277

RUSS 281

RUSS 400

RUSS 431

RUSS 432

RUSS 441

RUSS 442

RUSS 450

RUSS 460

RUSS 463

RUSS 464

RUSS 465

RUSS 469

RUSS 471

RUSS 475

RUSS 479

RUSS 486

RUSS 511

RUSS 512

RUSS 513

RUSS 514

RUSS 560

SECR 405

SECR 406

SECR 411

SLAV 84

SLAV 88H

SLAV 101

SLAV 248

SLAV 250

SLAV 273

SLAV 281

SLAV 405

SLAV 463

SLAV 464

SLAV 465

SLAV 467

SLAV 470

SOCI 60

SOCI 260

SOCI 265

SOCI 418

SOCI 419

SOCI 450

SOCI 453

SPAN 252

SPAN 330

SPAN 333

SPAN 344

SPAN 345

SPAN 348

SPAN 386

SPAN 387

SPAN 625

VIET 252

WMST 200

WMST 237

WMST 264

WMST 280

WMST 289

WMST 352

WMST 381

WMST 384

WMST 388

WMST 410

WMST 486

WMST 537

World before 1750 (WB)

AAAD 286

AAAD 298

AMST 54

ANTH 54

ANTH 121

ANTH 145

ANTH 222

ANTH 231

ANTH 233

ANTH 250

ANTH 252

ANTH 377

ANTH 411

ANTH 451

ANTH 452

ANTH 453

ANTH 458

ANTH 550

ANTH 551

ARAB 433

ARTH 52

ARTH 151

ARTH 153

ARTH 158

ARTH 160

ARTH 258

ARTH 263

ARTH 266

ARTH 270

ARTH 271

ARTH 273

ARTH 274

ARTH 277

ARTH 279

ARTH 351

ARTH 361

ARTH 362

ARTH 363

ARTH 365

ARTH 368

ARTH 464

ARTH 465

ARTH 467

ARTH 470

ARTH 475

ARTH 562

ASIA 65

ASIA 131

ASIA 135

ASIA 138

ASIA 152

ASIA 153

ASIA 154

ASIA 158

ASIA 180

ASIA 183

ASIA 266

ASIA 273

ASIA 284

ASIA 286

ASIA 301

ASIA 333

ASIA 488

ASIA 581

ASIA 582

ASIA 583

ASTR 61

ASTR 205

CHIN 252

CHIN 346

CHIN 356

CHIN 361

CHIN 367

CHIN 511

CHIN 531

CLAR 50

CLAR 110

CLAR 120

CLAR 241

CLAR 242

CLAR 243

CLAR 244

CLAR 245

CLAR 246

CLAR 247

CLAR 263

CLAR 268

CLAR 375

CLAR 464

CLAR 465

CLAR 470

CLAR 475

CLAR 489

CLAR 491

CLAR 512

CLAS 52

CLAS 55

CLAS 56

CLAS 57

CLAS 58

CLAS 61

CLAS 62

CLAS 71

CLAS 73

CLAS 121

CLAS 122

CLAS 123

CLAS 240

CLAS 241

CLAS 242

CLAS 253

CLAS 257

CLAS 258

CLAS 259

CLAS 263

CLAS 362

CLAS 363

CLAS 364

CLAS 391

CLAS 409

CLAS 547

CMPL 120

CMPL 121

CMPL 122

CMPL 123

CMPL 124

CMPL 223

CMPL 227

CMPL 277

CMPL 321

CMPL 364

CMPL 452

CMPL 453

CMPL 454

CMPL 470

CMPL 471

CMPL 473

CMPL 478

CMPL 487

CMPL 558

CMPL 621

CMPL 622

CMPL 624

DRAM 281

ENGL 74

ENGL 85

ENGL 120

ENGL 225

ENGL 226

ENGL 227

ENGL 228

ENGL 229

ENGL 230

ENGL 285

ENGL 314

ENGL 319

ENGL 320

ENGL 321

ENGL 322

ENGL 325

ENGL 326

ENGL 327

ENGL 328

ENGL 331

ENGL 332

ENGL 333

ENGL 377

ENGL 423

ENGL 424

ENGL 430

ENGL 525

ENGL 619

ENGL 621

ENGL 627

ENGL 628

ENGL 629

ENGL 630

ENGL 631

FREN 387

FREN 594

GERM 53

GERM 55

GERM 58

GERM 210

GERM 216

GERM 218

GERM 220

GERM 225

GERM 310

GERM 311

GERM 325

GREK 221

GREK 352

GREK 509

HIST 75

HIST 76

HIST 106

HIST 107

HIST 131

HIST 135

HIST 138

HIST 151

HIST 153

HIST 156

HIST 158

HIST 177H

HIST 225

HIST 226

HIST 227

HIST 228

HIST 251

HIST 253

HIST 254

HIST 255

HIST 258

HIST 271

HIST 286

HIST 308

HIST 309

HIST 345

HIST 420

HIST 421

HIST 422

HIST 423

HIST 424

HIST 425

HIST 427

HIST 428

HIST 431

HIST 432

HIST 433

HIST 435

HIST 436

HIST 437

HIST 438

HIST 451

HIST 452

HIST 453

HIST 460

HIST 461

HIST 467

HIST 472

HIST 561

ITAL 240

ITAL 241

ITAL 330

ITAL 370

JAPN 165

JAPN 231

JAPN 363

JWST 103

JWST 106

JWST 110

JWST 153

JWST 308

JWST 451

JWST 512

JWST 602

LATN 205

LATN 221

LATN 332

LATN 353

LATN 511

LATN 530

LING 444

MUSC 55H

MUSC 56

MUSC 57

MUSC 251

MUSC 254

PHIL 51

PHIL 210

PHIL 213

PHIL 215

PHIL 220

PHIL 412

PHYS 61

POLI 270

PWAD 251

PWAD 254

PWAD 421

PWAD 422

PWAD 432

RELI 63

RELI 65

RELI 88

RELI 103

RELI 104

RELI 105

RELI 106

RELI 108

RELI 109

RELI 110

RELI 117

RELI 161

RELI 164

RELI 165

RELI 180

RELI 183

RELI 201

RELI 207

RELI 208

RELI 209

RELI 211

RELI 217

RELI 218

RELI 284

RELI 286

RELI 362

RELI 375

RELI 413

RELI 450

RELI 463

RELI 488

RELI 512

RELI 565

RELI 566

RELI 581

RELI 582

RELI 583

RELI 602

RELI 603

RELI 607

RELI 617

RELI 665

RELI 668

SLAV 101

SLAV 463

SPAN 330

WMST 220

WMST 240

WMST 241

WMST 242

WMST 258

WMST 294

WMST 362

WMST 458

Global Issues (GL)

AAAD 101

AAAD 212

AAAD 260

AAAD 301

AAAD 307

AAAD 385

AAAD 387

AAAD 400

AAAD 405

AAAD 460

AAAD 485

AAAD 488

AAAD 489

AERO 213

AERO 401

AERO 446

AMST 61

AMST 277

AMST 378

ANTH 59

ANTH 61

ANTH 66H

ANTH 101

ANTH 103

ANTH 130

ANTH 142

ANTH 147

ANTH 210

ANTH 280

ANTH 306

ANTH 312

ANTH 319

ANTH 320

ANTH 333

ANTH 361

ANTH 375

ANTH 380

ANTH 422

ANTH 429

ANTH 439

ANTH 441

ANTH 445

ANTH 446

ANTH 447

ANTH 454

ANTH 460

ANTH 463

ANTH 466

ANTH 502

ANTH 537

ANTH 540

ANTH 545

ANTH 551

ANTH 567

ANTH 578

ANTH 585

ANTH 623

ANTH 624

ANTH 626

ANTH 649

ANTH 674

ARAB 468

ARTH 56

ARTH 488

ARTH 555

ASIA 147

ASIA 150

ASIA 235

ASIA 240

ASIA 261

ASIA 262

ASIA 276

ASIA 281

ASIA 331

ASIA 357

ASIA 375

ASIA 429

ASIA 435

ASIA 445

ASIA 451

ASIA 452

ASIA 453

ASIA 455

ASIA 457

ASIA 460

ASIA 461

ASIA 545

ASIA 570

ASIA 578

BIOL 62

BUSI 610

BUSI 611

BUSI 617

BUSI 623

CHIN 342

CLAR 51

CLAS 391

CMPL 131

CMPL 132

CMPL 143

CMPL 220

CMPL 225

CMPL 257

CMPL 270

COMM 82

COMM 350

COMM 422

COMM 625

COMM 650

COMM 661

COMM 662

ECON 56

ECON 360

ECON 363

ECON 461

ECON 465

ECON 560

EDUC 508

ENEC 108

ENEC 201

ENEC 254

ENEC 368

ENEC 460

ENEC 510

ENEC 520

ENGL 54

ENGL 56

ENGL 67

ENGL 72

ENGL 79

ENGL 141

ENGL 143

ENGL 282

ENGL 365

ENGL 463

ENGL 659

EURO 239

EURO 442

FOLK 130

FOLK 429

FOLK 537

FREN 378

FREN 383

FREN 451

FREN 452

FREN 617

GEOG 56

GEOG 120

GEOG 121

GEOG 130

GEOG 210

GEOG 212

GEOG 266

GEOG 270

GEOG 424

GEOG 434

GEOG 436

GEOG 445

GEOG 450

GEOG 452

GEOG 453

GEOG 470

GEOG 480

GEOG 481

GEOL 108

GERM 51

GERM 59

GERM 67

GERM 218

GERM 251

GERM 255

GERM 270

GLBL 210

GLBL 488

GLBL 560

GSLL 260

GSLL 280

GSLL 475

HIST 61

HIST 66

HIST 140

HIST 203

HIST 205

HIST 206

HIST 210

HIST 212

HIST 213

HIST 215

HIST 242

HIST 268

HIST 276

HIST 278

HIST 281

HIST 325

HIST 351

HIST 359

HIST 371

HIST 373

HIST 379

HIST 534

HIST 540

HIST 542

HIST 570

HIST 577

JAPN 277

JOMC 446

JWST 100

JWST 107

JWST 143

JWST 239

JWST 465

JWST 469

KOR 327

LING 306

LTAM 101

MASC 108

MASC 312

MUSC 147

MUSC 188

MUSC 240

MUSC 258

PHIL 272

PHIL 368

PHYS 108

PLAN 58

PLCY 50

PLCY 110

PLCY 430

PLCY 455

PLCY 487

PLCY 520

POLI 58

POLI 60

POLI 61

POLI 130

POLI 150

POLI 210

POLI 239

POLI 252

POLI 253

POLI 254

POLI 255

POLI 272

POLI 287

POLI 423

POLI 431

POLI 433

POLI 435

POLI 437

POLI 441

POLI 442

POLI 446

POLI 449

POLI 450

POLI 452

POLI 457

POLI 469

PWAD 108

PWAD 110

PWAD 120

PWAD 150

PWAD 212

PWAD 213

PWAD 252

PWAD 253

PWAD 268

PWAD 272

PWAD 280

PWAD 281

PWAD 287

PWAD 351

PWAD 373

PWAD 423

PWAD 430

PWAD 444

PWAD 446

PWAD 453

PWAD 455

PWAD 457

PWAD 465

PWAD 469

PWAD 481

PWAD 570

PWAD 577

PWAD 659

RELI 64

RELI 77

RELI 85

RELI 107

RELI 123

RELI 143

RELI 185

RELI 218

RELI 225

RELI 239

RELI 246

RELI 345

RELI 445

RELI 480

RELI 481

RELI 541

RELI 580

RELI 585

RELI 668

ROML 62

RUES 469

SLAV 85

SLAV 251

SLAV 306

SLAV 465

SLAV 469

SOCI 58

SOCI 68

SOCI 416

SPAN 333

WMST 188

WMST 281

WMST 289

WMST 297

WMST 388

WMST 410

WMST 438

WMST 441

WMST 610

The Cluster Program

The Cluster Program offers students an opportunity to make connections among courses offered across several disciplines in the College of Arts and Sciences. A cluster is a group of courses organized around a common theme and representative of different disciplinary approaches to defining and addressing an intellectual problem. Students may take any number of courses in a cluster, but it is recommended that the first course be the core course. Particular cluster courses can be used to satisfy Approaches and Connections requirements, but their principal advantage is the opportunity they afford students for examining a topic from the perspective of several disciplines.

Approved cluster programs are described on the Web site for the Office of Undergraduate Curricula at www.unc.edu/depts/uc/Students/ClusterIntro.html. The current roster of cluster programs includes the following groups of courses:

Border Crossings

HIST 202 Borders and Crossings (core course) (HS)

AMST 258 Captivity and American Cultural Definition (LA, NA, US)

ANTH 380 Anthropological Perspectives on Cultural Diversity (GL, SS)

ASIA/FREN 451 Orientalist Fantasies and Discourses on the Other (GL, NA, LA)

GEOG 464 Europe Today: Transnationalism, Globalisms, and the Geographies of Pan-Europe (NA)

HIST 278 The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade (BN, GL, HS)

HIST/WMST 375 History of Gender in America (HS, NA, US)

MUSC 258 Musical Movements: Migration, Exile, and Diaspora (GL, SS)

Defining Difference

HIST 202 Borders and Crossings (core course) (HS)

AAAD 257 Black Nationalism in the United States

ASIA/HIST 538 The Middle East and the West

BIOL 427 Human Diversity and Population Genetics

FREN 377 The Evolution of Frenchness since WWII (NA)

LING/SLAV 306 Language and Nationalism (CI, GL)

POLI/PWAD 469 Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia (GL, SS)

PWAD/RELI 481 Religion, Fundamentalism, and Nationalism (BN, GL, SS)

Evolution

BIOL 201 Ecology and Evolution (core course for biology majors) (PL, QI)

BIOL 213 Evolution and Life or GEOL 159 and 101L Prehistoric Life (core course for nonbiology majors) (GEOL 159 = PL; GEOL 159 + GEOL 101L = PX)

BIOL 277 Vertebrate Field Zoology (PL)

BIOL 474 Evolution of Vertebrate Life (PL)

HIST 516 Historical Time (HS, NA)

LING 333 Human Language and Animal Communication Systems (QI, SS)

PHIL 352 Philosophy of Biology (PL)

PSYC 602 Evolutionary Psychology

RELI 421 Religion and Science (PH)

Food Cultures

AMST/FOLK 375 Food in American Culture (core course) (NA, SS, US)

ASIA/CMPL 255 The Feast in Film, Fiction, and Philosophy (VP)

GEOG 232 Agriculture, Food, and Society (core course) (SS)

ANTH 252 Archaeology of Food (HS, WB)

AMST/FOLK 488 No Place like Home: Material Culture of the American South (NA, VP)

ENEC 330 Principles of Sustainability

GEOG 434 Cultural Ecology of Agriculture, Urbanization, and Disease (GL)

HNRS 352 Is There Dinner? Toward Understanding an Endangered Species (SS)

Global Environmental Change

MASC 310 Our Changing Planet: Science, Social Impacts, Solutions (core course) (PL)

ANTH 312 From the Equator to the Poles: Case Studies in Global Environmental Change (GL, SS)

ANTH/ENEC 460 Historical Ecology (GL, HS)

ENEC/PHIL 368 Environmental Ethics (GL, PH)

ENEC/PLCY 480 Environmental Decision Making (NA, SS)

GEOG 414 Climate Change

MASC 314 Earth Systems in a Changing World

MASC 432 Major World Rivers and Global Change: From Mountains to the Sea

Human Rights

GLBL 560 Human Rights, Ethics, and Global Issues (core course) (GL)

AAAD 403 Human Rights: Theories and Practices in Africa (SS)

AAAD 488 Human Rights and Democracy in African Diaspora Communities (GL, SS)

ENEC 225 Water Resource Management and Human Rights

PHIL 282 Human Rights: Philosophical Interrogations (PH)

SOCI 470 Human Rights (EE)

WMST 610 Feminism, Sexuality, and Human Rights (GL, SS)

Knowledge at the Crossroads: Religious and Scientific Cultures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance

ENGL 227 Literature of the Earlier Renaissance (core course) (LA, NA, WB)

ASTR 205 The Medieval Foundations of Modern Cosmology (PL, WB)

ENGL 229 Renaissance Women Writers (LA, NA, WB)

ENGL 325 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (LA, NA, WB)

HIST/RELI 454 The Reformation

MUSC 251 Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Music (VP, WB)

PHIL 220 Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Hume (NA, PH, WB)

Medicine and Culture

ENGL 268 Medicine, Literature, and Culture (core course) (LA)

ANTH 444 Medicine, Politics, and Justice

ANTH/FOLK 470 Medicine and Anthropology (SS)

ANTH/FOLK 473 Anthropology of the Body and the Subject (SS)

CMPL 383 Literature and Medicine (LA, NA)

ENGL 266 Science and Literature (LA)

ENGL 390 Studies in Literary Topics: Representing Medicine (LA)

HBEH 660/HPM 550/JOMC 560 Medical and Science Journalism

Memory Studies

AMST 384 Myth and History in American Memory (core course) (HS, NA, US)

ANTH 331 The Anthropology of Memory (core course) (CI, SS)

ANTH/ASIA 375 Memory, Massacres, and Monuments in Southeast Asia (BN, GL)

ARTH/GLBL 514 Monuments and Memory (HS, NA)

COMM 435 Memory Acts

COMM 471 Rhetorics of Public Memory

ENGL 447 Memory and Literature (LA)

FOLK/HIST 670 Introduction to Oral History (CI, HS)

HIST 514 Monuments and Memory

PSYC 430 Human Memory (PL)

Renaissance Literature, Art, and Music

CMPL 454 Literature of the Continental Renaissance in Translation (core course) (NA, WB)

ARTH 270 Early Renaissance Art in Italy (NA, VP, WB)

ARTH 271 High Renaissance Art in Italy (NA, VP, WB)

CMPL 223 Global Authors: Cervantes (LA, WB)

ENGL 225 Shakespeare (LA, NA, WB)

ENGL 227 Literature of the Earlier Renaissance (LA, NA, WB)

MUSC 251 Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Music (VP, WB)

MUSC 390H Honors Seminar in Music: Ovid and [Renaissance] Music (CI, VP)

War, Revolution, and Culture: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, 1750–1850

HIST 268 War, Revolution, and Culture: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, 1750–1850 (core course) (GL, HS, NA)

ARTH 370 Visual Art in the Age of Revolution (NA, VP)

ENGL 637 Chief British Romantic Writers (LA, NA)

GERM 330 The Age of Goethe (LA, NA)

HIST 466 Modern European Intellectual History (HS, NA)

HIST/PWAD 564 Revolution and Nation Making in America, 1763–1815 (HS, NA)

MUSC/PWAD 289 Sounds of War and Revolution (NA, VP)

The World Wars: Experience, Memory, Legacy

PWAD 350 National and International Security (core course)

ASIA/HIST/PWAD 281 The Pacific War, 1937–1945: Its Causes and Legacy (BN, HS, GL)

ENGL/PWAD 659 War in 20th-Century Literature (GL, LA)

HIST/JWST/PWAD 262 History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews (HS, NA)

HIST/PWAD 373 The United States in World War II (GL, HS, NA)

JWST/PWAD/SLAV 465 Literature of Atrocity: The Gulag and the Holocaust in Russia and Eastern Europe (BN, GL, LA)

POLI/PWAD/SOCI 260 Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe (BN, SS)