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Department

Course No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

American Studies

20100

American Studies I

h,j

 

American Studies

20200

American Studies II

h,j

 

Archit & Environ. Studies

23200

A Survey of Western Architecture I (A History of Architecture in the West)

h

15-May-12

Anthropology

10100

General Anthropology

h,j

 

 

10101

Anthropology 10100 for honors students

h,j

4 credits

 

20000

Archaeology

h

 

 

20100

Cross Cultural Perspectives

h,j

 

 

20200

Languages & Dialects in Cross-Cultural Perspective

h,j

 

 

20300

Human Origins

h,j

8/22/12

 

20500

Historical Archeaology

h,j

 

 

22500

Class, Ethnicity & Gender

h,j

 

 

22600

Culture, Personality & Behavior

h,f,j

 

 

22800

Anthropology of Urban Areas

h,j

 

 

22900

Cultural Change and Modernization

h,j

 

 

23100

Anthroplogy of Law

h,j

 

 

23600

Sex, Marriage & the Family in Cross Cultural Perspective

h,j

 

 

24000

Peoples of Africa

h,f,j

 

 

24200

Peoples of the Caribbean

h,f,j

 

 

24300

Peoples of Latin America

h,f,j

 

 

24600

Peoples of the Middle East

h,f,j

 

 

25400

American Cultural Patterns

h,f,j

 

 

25500

Anthropology of Health & Healing

h,j

 

 

25600

Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective

h,f,j

 

 

26500

Language & Society

h,f,j

 

 

27200

Television & Film: Anthropological Perspectives on the Mass Media

h,j

 

 

27300

Black English: Structure & Use

h,g,j

 

 

27500

Creole Sociolingusitics

h,g,j

 

 

28500

Human, Heredity, Race & Intelligence

j,h,f

 

 

29000

Dynamics of Human Ecology

h,j

 

 

29500

Bio-Cultural Anthropology

h,f,j

 

 

31994

South East Asian Traditional Food Culture

h

11-May-11

 

31107

Anthropology of Reproduction

h,j

14-Feb-14

 

31108

Immigrant & Refugee Movement & Cultures

h,j

 

 

31403R

Women: Violations of Human Rights

h,j

12-Apr-12

 

31404

Health Issues and Alternatives

h,j

 

 

31900

Anthropology of Sport

h,j

27-Jan-14

 

32300

Islamic Cultures and Issuses

h,j

26-Sep-11

 

32400

Violations of Human Rights

f,h,j

26-Sep-11

 

35000

Race and Racism

h,f,j

 

 

30100-30400

Honors I-IV

h,j

 

Art

10000

Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World

h,g,j

 

 

10001

Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World (Honors version)

h,g,j

2/5/14

 

21021

Egyptian Art and Architecture

h,g

1/16/09

 

21000

Writing About Art

h,g

1/4/11

 

21012

Egyptian Art

h

5/11/11

 

21036

Early Modern Art in Europe and the U.S.

h

5/16/11

 

21090

Research Methods in Art History

h

27-Jan-14

 

21100

Art History I: Cave Paintings to Renaissance: A Multicultural Perspective

h

 

 

21200

Art History II: Renaissance to Modern: A Multicultural Perspective

h

 

 

27000

Egyptian Art and Architecture

h

 

 

27100

Greek and Roman Art

h

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

Art

27300

Romanesque and Gothic Art of Medieval Europe

h

 

 

27400

Renaissance Art in Europe

h

 

 

27600

Baroque and Rococo Art in Europe

h

 

 

27700

Nineteenth Century Art in Europe

h,j

 

 

27800

Early Modern Art in Europe and the U.S.

h,j

 

 

27900

American Art: 1776-1900

h,j

 

 

28000

Postwar Art in the U.S. and Europe

h,j

 

 

28100

Ancient Art of Meso-America, the Andes, and the Caribbean

h

 

 

28200

North American Indian Art

h,j

 

 

28300

Art of Black Africa

h,j

 

 

28401

Islamic Art

h,j

 

 

28402

Art of India, Southeast Asia and Indonesia

h,j

 

 

28500

Art of China, Japan, and, Korea

h,j

 

 

28600

The History, Aesthetics, and Criticism of Still Photography

h

 

 

28700/

21067

History of Design

h,g

 

 

28900

New York City as an Art Center

h,g

 

 

29000

19th and 20th Century Architecture of New York City

h,j

 

 

29100

Women in World Art

h,j

 

 

29200

Women and Art in New York City

h,j

 

 

39000

Research Methods in Art History

h

 

 

48800

Art Criticism

h

 

Asian Studies

10100

Asian Culture and Peoples

h,j

2-Aug-10

 

20100

Asians in America

h,j

 

 

20200

Contemporary Asia

h,j

 

 

20500

Chinese Culture- Strategies & Practices

h,j

27-Mar-09

 

20800/ 31706

Asians in American Law & Politics

 

29-May-08

 

30500

Asians and American Law and Politics

h,j,f

 

 

30700

Asian American Communities I: Analysis of Asian American Communities

h,j

 

 

31116

Japanese Film: Kurosawa Akira

h,j

14-Feb-14

 

31616

Kabuki Theather

h,j

22-Jun-11

 

31807

Korean Films & Culture

h,j

Janaury 4, 2011

 

31816

Asian Religions

h,j

17-Aug-11

 

31817

Introduction to Taiwan Studies

h,j

4-Jan-11

 

33100

Oriental Literature I (crosslisted as English 38001)

h

 

 

33200

Modern Chinese Literature (crosslisted as English 38002)

h

title updated

2/4/2014

Black Studies

10100

African Heritage and the Afro-American Experience

h,j

 

 

10200

African Heritage and the Caribbean-Brazilian Experience

h,j

 

 

12300

African Politics

h,j

 

 

12400

National Building and Development in Africa

h,j

 

 

12800

The United Nations and New Nation States

h,j

 

 

13200

The Afro-American Child in His Urban Setting

j

 

 

13400

The Harlem Community

j,h

 

 

13500

Economic Development of the Black Community

h,j

 

 

14500

Capitalism and Colonialism in Contemporary America

j

 

 

14700

The Civil Rights Movement

j

 

 

14900

Religion and Survival

h,j

 

 

15500

Black Studies and Black Psychology

h,g

 

 

15700

Racism and the American Legal System

j

 

 

16100

Caribbean and Brazilian Heritage

j

 

 

16300

Race and Politics in the Caribbean

j

 

 

16600

Caribbean Immigration

j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

Black Studies

17100

Roots: Seminar on the Black World Experience

j,h

 

 

17600

The Black Revolution

j,h

 

 

18900

Sociopolitical Impact of Race and Racism

j

 

 

21500

African Literature from 1940 to Present

j,h

4-Sep-09

 

31414

Religion & Survival

h,j

19-May-11

 

31608

Afro-Latinos History and Culture

h,j

 

 

33000

Afro-American Heritage: 1619 to 1865

j

 

 

33100

Afro-American Heritage: 1865-Present

j

 

 

33300

The Black Woman

j

 

Comparative Literature

35000

Introduction to Comparative Literature

h

 

 

31100-

32000

Selected Topics in Comparative Literature

j

 

Classical Culture

32100

Classical Mythology

g,h

 

 

32300

Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Translation

g,h

 

 

34100

Science in Antiquity

g,h

 

 

40100

Modern Problems in Perspective

g,h,j

 

CUNY Honors College

10101

The Arts in New York City, Seminar I, honors

g,h,j

4 credits

 

10201

The Peopling of New York, Seminar II, honors

f,g,h,j

3 credits

 

20301

Science & Technology in New York City, Seminar III, honors

f,g,h,j

3 credits

 

20401

Shaping the Future of New York City, Seminar IV, honors

f,g,h,j

3 credits

 

 

 

 

 

Economics

10150

Organization and Management

h,j

was 34000

 

10250

Modern United States Economy – Principles of Microeconomics

h,j

was 10000

 

10350

Principles and Policies – Principles of Macroeconomics

h,j

5/15/2012; was

10300

 

10400

Introduction to Quantitative Economics

h,j

For GSoE

students only

 

19150

Introduction to Economics, honors

h,j

was 10101 -

Honors

 

20250

Microeconomic Theory I

h,j

was 22000

 

20350

Macroeconomics I

h,j

was 22500

 

20450

Principles of Accounting I

h,f

was 36000

 

21250

Economics of Marketing

h,j

was 33000

 

21350

International Environment of Business

h,j

was 23200

 

21450

Law of Business Contracts

h,f

was 38000

 

22100

Microeconomic Theory II

h,j

 

 

22250

Economics of Corporate Finance

h,j

was 27100

 

22350

Economics of Investment

j

was 27200

 

22600

Macroeconomics II

h,j

 

 

24300

European Economic Development

h,j

 

 

24400

American Economic Development

h,j

 

 

24500

Asian Economic Development

h,j

 

 

24600

Comparative Economic Systems

h,j

 

 

25000

Contemporary Domestic Economic Problems

h,j

 

 

25100

Contemporary International Economic Problems

h,j

 

 

26100

Economics of Regulation

h,j

 

 

26500

Public Expenditure

h,j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

Economics (Continued)

27300

Personal Finance

j

 

 

27600

Banking and the Financial Services Industry

j,h

 

 

28100

Trade Unionism in the United States

h,j

 

 

28200

Comparative Labor Movements

h,j

 

 

28500

Economics of Economic and Social Security

h,j,f

 

 

31201

Developing Management Skills

f,j

1/4/11

 

31250

Administrative Economics: Personnel

h,j

was 35100

 

31350

Administrative Economics: Operations and Ptoduction

h,j

was 35200

 

31450

Law of Business Organization

h,f

was 38100

 

31750

Environmental Entrepreneurship

h,j

10-Mar-14

 

31850

Managerial Economics

h,j

was 35000

 

32150

International Finance

h,j

was 23100

 

32250

Economic of Finance

j, h

was 27000

 

32350

Principles of Accounting II

h,f

was 36100

 

33450

International Economics – International Trade

h,j

was 23000

 

33550

Urban Economics

h,j

was 25400

 

33650

Public Finance

h,j

was 26400

 

41150

Administrative and Managerial Policy

h,j

was 35300

 

41350

Government Regulation and Executive Decision Making

h,f,j

was 35800

 

42150

Advanced Financial Economics

j,h

was 27400

 

42250

Options and Futures

j,h

was 27500

 

43150

Industrial Organization and Public Policy

h,j

was 26000

 

43250

Economic Development

h,j

was 24000

 

43350

Economics of Labor

h,j

was 28000

Education

22100

Urban Schools in A Diverse American Society

h,j

Credit only for

22100 or 22200

 

22200

The School in American Society: Bilingual Education in the Urban School

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

21001

Writing for the Humanities

h,j,g

 

 

34200

Advanced Grammar

g

28-Jan-14

 

35200

Representative British Writers of the Middle Ages

h

 

 

35202

Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales

h

 

 

35300

Representative Writers of the Renaissance

h

 

 

35301

Shakespeare I

h

 

 

35302

Shakespeare II

h

 

 

35303

Shakespeare on Film

h

 

 

35304

Seventeenth Century English Poetry

h

 

 

35500

Representative  British  Writers  of  the  Restoration  and  the  Eighteenth

Century

h

 

 

35501

Milton

h

 

 

35502

The Eighteenth Century Novel

h

 

 

35600

Representative British Writers of the Romantic Period

h

 

 

35700

Representative British Writers of the Victorian Period

h

 

 

35701

Nineteenth Century British Novel

h

 

 

35800

Representative British Writers of the Modernist Period

h,j

 

 

35801

British Poetry of the Twentieth Century

h,j

 

 

35802

The Twentieth Century British Novel

h,j

 

 

36000

Representative Writers of the United States: Early American Literature

h

 

 

36100

Representative Writers of the United States: the Nineteenth Century

h

 

 

36200

Representative Writers of the United States The Twentieth Century

h,j

 

 

36201

Twentieth Century American Poetry

h,j

 

 

37001

African American Literature in America

h,j

 

 

37004

African American Fiction

h,j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

English (Continued)

37005

African Literatures other than African American

h,j

 

 

37006

Comparative African fiction

h,j

 

 

37501

Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century

h

 

 

37503

Twentieth Century Women Writers

h,j

 

 

38001

Oriental Literature I

h

 

 

38002

Oriental Literature II

h

 

 

38003

The Bible as Literature I

h

 

 

38004

The Bible as Literature II

h

 

 

38006

Comparative Literature of the Renaissance

h

 

 

38007

Introduction to Comparative Literature

h

 

 

38101

Currents in Modern Literature I

h

 

 

38102

Currents in Modern Literature II

h

 

 

38104

Modern Drama I

h

 

 

38105

Modern Drama II

h

 

 

39001

Genres: Satire

h

 

 

39002

Genres: The Lyric

h

 

 

39005

Genres: Literacy Criticism

h

 

 

39006

Genres: Science Fiction

h

 

 

39007

Genres: Children’s Literature

h

 

 

39100

Themes

h

 

 

39101

Mythic Patterns in Modern Literature

h

 

 

39102

The Vampire

h

 

 

39200

Literature and Other Disciplines

h

 

 

39202

Religious Themes in Literature

h

 

 

39203

The Political Novel

h

 

 

39205

The Novel into Film

h

 

 

35000-

35100

A Historical Approach of Literature

h

 

 

35001-

35101

A Generic Approach to Literature

h

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineering

30000

Impact of Biomedical Technology

h,j,f

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Languages & Literatures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(French)

28200

Masterworks of French Literature from the Enlightenment to Symbolism

h

 

 

28300

The Literature of Contemporary France

j,h

 

 

33000

French Cinema

j,h

 

 

36000

Techniques for Literary Analysis

h

 

 

42100

French Poetry

h

 

 

42300

French Philosophers and Essayists

h

 

 

42500

French Theatre

h

 

 

42700

French Novel

h

 

 

42701

The Novel in France before 1850

h

 

 

42702

The Novel in France from Flaubert to the Present

h,j

 

 

44100

French Literature Outside France

h,j

 

 

45100

French Civilization

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Languages &

Literatures

 

 

 

 

28100

Masterworks of Spanish Literature I

h

 

 

28200

Masterworks of Spanish Literature II

h

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

 

28300

Masterworks of Latin American Literature

h,j

 

 

33000

Representations of Contemporary Spain in its Cinema

h,j

17-May-10

 

35100

Studies in Spanish Literature I

h

 

 

35200

Studies in Spanish Literature II

h

 

 

35300

Studies in Spanish American Literature

h,j

 

 

36000

Techniques for Literary Analysis

h

 

 

42100

Studies in Medieval Spanish Literature

h

 

 

42400

Cervantes: Don Quijote

h

 

 

42601

Lope de Vega and the Evolution of the Spanish Theater (Golden Age of

Spanish)

h

 

 

42602

Renaissance and Baroque Prose and Poetry (Golden Age of Spanish)

h

 

 

42800

Spanish Literature of the 18th and 19th Centuries

h

 

 

43200

The Generation of 1898

h

 

 

43401

The Spanish Novel since the Civil War (Studies in Contemporary Spanish

Literature)

h,j

 

 

43402

Contemporary Spanish Poetry and Theater (Studies in Contemporary Spanish

h,j

 

 

43600

Spanish American Colonial Literature

h,j

 

 

43800

Spanish American Literature of the 19th Century

h

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

44100

The Literature of the Social Protest in Spanish America

h,j

 

 

44200

The Spanish American Essay

h

 

 

44402

Contemporary Spanish American Poetry and Theater (Studies in

Contemporary Spanish American Literature)

h,j

 

 

44403

Contemporary Spanish American Short Story (Studies in Contemporary

Spanish American Literature)

h,j

 

 

44404

The Spanish American Contemporary Novel (Studies in Contemporary Spanish

American Literature)

h,j

 

 

44600

Literature of the Spanish Caribbean

h,j

 

 

45100

Spanish Civilization

h,j

 

 

45201

Topics in Spanish American Civilization I

h,j

 

 

45202

Topics in Spanish American Civilization II

h,j

 

 

45300

Gender Issues in Hispanic Letters

h,j

 

 

45400

Latino Culture and Literature in the U.S.

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

History

 

 

 

 

 

20600

Modern Europe

h,j

12/10/2013

 

21800

Social History of Modern France

h,j

 

 

21900

Constitutional and Political History of England

h,j

 

 

22100

History of England Since 1688

h,j

 

 

22200

Italy Since 1815

h,j

 

 

22300

Germany to the 18th Century to the Present

h,j

 

 

22500

The History of Russia from Earliest Times to 1855

h

 

 

22600

The History of Russia since 1855

h,j

 

 

24000

US History to 1865

h,j

12/19/2013

 

24100

US History: 1865 to the Present

h,j

12/10/13

 

25100

Traditional Civilization of China

h

 

 

25300

Modern China

h,j

 

 

25400

Traditional Civilization of Japan

h

 

 

25500

Modern Japan

h,j

 

 

26200

The Middle East Under Islam

h,j

 

 

26300

Traditional Civilization of India

h

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

History (continued)

26400

History of Modern India

h,j

 

 

27600

Western Africa

h,j

 

 

27700

East and Southern Africa

h,j

 

 

28100

Colonial Latin America

h,j

 

 

28200

Modern and Contemporary Latin America

h,j

 

 

31127

Madrasas: Manufacturing Terror

h,j

1-Sep-09

 

31103

The Bungalow In Architecture

h

7-Jun-11

 

31132 ND

The Great Partition: India & Pakistan

h,j

19-Dec-13

 

31165

The Politics of Crime & Policing in the US

h,j

25-Apr-14

 

31200

Early Modern Europe

h,j

2-Oct-08

 

31313

Africa Since Independence

h,j

28-Jan-11

 

31322

American Legal History

h,j

14-Sep-11

 

31333

American Legal History

f,h,j

16-May-11

 

31335

US History: Origins to 1877

h

5-Jan-11

 

31337

US History: Since 1865

h,j

23-Dec-13

 

31339

US since Reconstruction

h,j

23-Dec-13

 

31418

United States History Since 1945

h,j

19-Jan-10

 

31522

Einstein and His World

h,j,

 

 

31516

Power, Race and Culture in the  U.S. City

h,j

 

 

31623/

31500

Modern Europe

h,j

08/02/10,

06/16/11

 

31625

The People's Republic China, 1949 - Present

h,j

15-Jun-11

 

31707

Pacific War in Film

h

5/11/11

 

31721

The Vietnam War and U.S. Society

h

6-May-11

 

31919

Indian Cine Cultures

g,h

7-Jun-11

 

31924

Gandhi and Non-violence Poltics

h

7-Jun-11

 

31926 ND

India After Gandhi

h,j

10-Mar-11

 

32100

Studies in Ancient and Medieval History

h

 

 

32200

American Revolution

h

15-Apr-10

 

32300

The Early Middle Ages

h

 

 

32400

The High Middle ages

h

 

 

32500

Life, Art and Learning in the Renaissance

h

 

 

32501

The Guilded Age and Progressive Era, 1877 - 1920

h

1/28/11

 

32600

Uinted States History 1914 - 1945

h

6/16/11

 

32700

Europe in the Revolutionary era: 1760-1815

h

 

 

32800

Europe: 1815-1914

h,j

 

 

32900

Twentieth Century Europe

h,j

 

 

33100

Early America: from Settlement to the Great Awakening

h

 

 

33200

The Era of the American Revolution

h

 

 

33300

The New Nation, Slave and Free, 1783 to 1840

2,4

 

 

33400

The Era of Civil War and Reconstruction, 1840-1877

h,j

 

 

33401

History of Modern Japan

h,j

9/24/12

 

33500

The Response to Industrialization, to 1917

h,j

 

 

33600

The United States in the Twentieth Century

h,j

 

 

33601

Modern India (From 1556 AD)

h,j

3-Dec-08

 

34100

Africa and the Modern World

h,j

 

 

34200

History of African Nationalist Thought

h,j

 

 

34800

The Theory and Practice of Genocide in the Twentieth Century

h,j

 

 

34900

The Third Reich

h,j

 

 

35100

The Age of Enlightenment

h

 

 

35200

Intellectual History of the 19th Century Europe

h

 


 

35300

Intellectual History of 20th Century Europe

h,j

 

Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

History (Continued)

35600

Social History of Modern Europe

h,j

 

 

35700

History of Socialism

h,j

 

 

36000

Women in Modern History

h,j

 

 

36200

Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life

h,j

 

 

36400

The History of American Labor

h,j

 

 

36500

African-American History from Emancipation to the Present

h,j

 

 

36600

The American women’s Movement

h,j

 

 

36700

American Urban History

h,j

 

 

36800

A Social History of American Architecture

h,j,g

 

 

37000

The American Legal Tradition

h,j

 

 

37100

History of American Foreign Relations

h,j

 

 

37500

The Mass Media in Recent American History

h,j

 

 

37700

Comparative Slavery

h,j

 

 

38000

The Writing of American History

h

 

 

38200

Latin America: A Comparative Study of 20th Century Revolutionary Movements

h,j

 

 

38300

History of Science I

h,j,f

 

 

38400

History of Science II

h,j,f

 

 

38500

Health Care and Health Professions from the 17th Century

h

 

 

38600

The American Health Care System

h

 

 

38700

Technology and Society, 1450-1870

h,f

 

 

38800

Technology and Society, 1870-to the Present

h,j,f

 

 

41100

Comparative History of Revolutions

h,j

 

 

41300

Nationalism in the Modern World

h,j

 

 

41400

Modern Imperialism

h,j

 

 

41800

Jewish History: Ancient and Medieval

h

 

 

41900

Jewish History: Late Medieval and Modern

h

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humanities

10201

Introduction Music/Art, Students in the Honors Program

g,h,j

4 credits

 

 

 

 

 

International Studies

20100

International Studies: A Global Perspective

h,j

 

 

20200

Comparative Political Economy

h,j

 

 

31400

A Cross-Cultural Perspective

h,f,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jewish Studies

10000

Introduction to Jewish Life - Religion

h

11-May-11

 

10411

Psychology of Religion`

h,j

 

 

20500

Jewish Spiritual Medicine

h,j

25-Apr-14

 

20700

Jesus the Jew

h,j

used to be 31803

 

21100

Contemporary Israel

h,j

 

 

24100

The Jew in Literature

h

 

 

25100

Studies in Judaism and Christianity

h

 

 

27100

Human Development in Classical Jewish Sources

h

 

 

27200

The American Jewish Community

h,j

 

 

27300

The Jewish Woman

h,j

 

 

28100

The Holocaust

h,j

 

 

31108

Humor and Despair in Modern Jewish Fiction

g,h,j

11-May-11

 

31110

Introduction to Jewish Philosophy

h,j

16-May-11

 

31112

History of Israeli Cinema

h,j

28-Jan-10

 

31120

Introduction to Jewish Mysticism

h,j

13-Nov-13

 

31160

Christian Relations in the Pre-Modern Era

h,j

29-Jan-14

 

31181

Sacred Monsters

h,j

14-Feb-14

 

31310

The Holocaust in Film

h,j

 

 

31312

Introduction to Sephardic Literature

h,j

5-May-11

 

31402

Contemporary Israeli/Palestinian Cinema

h,j

 

 

31510

Introduction to the Talmud

h,j

14-Jul-09


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

 

31602

The Bible and Its Stories

h,j

10-Feb-09

 

31700

Jewish Law & Ethics

h,j

2-Jun-08

 

31702

God & Evil: An Introduction

h,j

5-Jan-10

 

31705

The Jews of Latin America

h,j

12-Apr-12

 

31708

Bibical Commentaries and Midrash

h,j

2-Jun-08

 

32100

The Modernization of Judaism

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latin American & Latino

Studies

 

 

 

 

 

12300

Dominican Heritage

j,h

19-Aug-09

 

29100

Culture and Health: Hispanics and Other Minorities

j,h

 

 

29200

Health Care Planning and the Hispanic Experience

j,h

 

 

31311

Hawaii PRS GLBL SO (The Puerto Rican Diaspora)

j,h

9/24/12

 

31121

The Dominican Community

j,h

23-Feb-10

 

30100-

30400

Honors

j,h,f

 

 

 

 

 

 

Media & Communication

Arts

 

 

 

 

10100

Introduction to Media Studies

g,h,j

 

 

2330

Introduction to Journalism

g,h,j

 

 

21000

The fundamentals of the Advertising Industry

g,h

 

 

22100

History and Theory of Film I

h,j

 

 

22200

History and Theory of Film II

h,j

 

 

22300

Critical Approaches to Independent Cinema

h,j

 

 

30200

Critical Approaches to Film Directors

h,j

 

 

30300

The Documentary in Film and Television (Formerly 42400)

h,j

 

 

30400

Studies in the Film History and Aesthetics

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music

10100

Introduction to Music

h,j,g

 

 

10200

Introduction to World Music

h,j,g

May 16 2011

 

21000

Writing About Music

g,h

 

 

24100

Antiquity through the Renaissance

h

 

 

24200

The Baroque through the Early Classical Era

h

 

 

24500

Jazz History I: From the Beginning to World War II

h,j

 

 

27400

 

 

 

 

34100

The Classic-Romantic Era

h

 

 

34200

Late Romanticism through the Present

h,j

 

 

34500

Jazz History II: From World War II to the Present

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philosophy

10200

Introduction to Philosophy

f,h,j

 

 

11100

Critical Thinking

g,h,f

 

 

20100

Logical Reasoning

h,f

 

 

20200

Introduction to Logic

j

 

 

20400

Matters of Life and Death

h,f

 

 

20600

Philosophy of Science Fiction

h

 

 

30000

The Rational Animal: Dimensions of Understanding

h,f

 

 

30001

The Rational Aninal: Honors

h,f,

Freshman

Honor

 

30500

History of Philosophy I: Ancient

h

 

 

30600

History of Philosophy II: Modern

h

 

 

30700

Metaphysics and Epistemology

h

 

 

30800

Ethics

h,f

 

 

30900

Social and Political Philosophy

h,f

 

 

31119

Theory of Action

h,f

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

Philosophy cont'd

31118

Labyrinths of Reason

h,f

12-Apr-12

 

32100

Symbolic Logic

 

Disallowed

 

32200

Philosophy of Science

h,g

 

 

32300

Philosophy of Mind

h

 

 

32400

Philosophy of Language

h

 

 

32500

Aesthetics: The Philosophy of Art

h

 

 

32600

Philosophy of Law

h,f

 

 

32700

Philosophy of Religion

h,f

 

 

32800

Philosophy of Social Science

h

 

 

32900

Philosophy of History

h

 

 

33000

Philosophy of Mathematics

h

 

 

33300

Philosophy of Technology

h,g

 

 

33400

Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence

h,g

 

 

33500

Philosophy of Film

h

 

 

33600

Philosophy of Space and Time

h

 

 

33700

Decision Theory

 

Disallowed

Course

 

33800

Philosophy of Wittgenstein

h

 

 

33900

Kierkegaard, Nietzche, Freud

h

 

 

34000

Self and Identity

h

 

 

34100

Philosophy of Psychoanalysis

h

 

 

34400

World Philosophies II

h,j

 

 

34500

American Philosophy

h

 

 

34600

Feminist Philosophy

g,j

 

 

34700

Contemporary Philosophy

g,j

 

 

34800

Continental European Philosophy

g,j

 

 

34901

Applied Ethics: Business Ethics

h,f

 

 

34902

Applied Ethics: Computer Ethics

h,f

 

 

34903

Applied Ethics: Engineering Ethics

h,f

 

 

34904

Applied Ethics: Environmental Ethics

h,f

 

 

34905

Applied Ethics: Medical Ethics

h,f

identical to

PHIL 34900

 

35200

Issues in Epistemology

h

 

 

35300

Issues in Metaphysics

h

 

 

35400

Seminar in Advanced Topics in Philosophy

 

Disallowed

Course

 

 

 

 

 

 

30100-

30400

 

Honors I-IV

 

Permission of SOE U/G Dean

 

 

31000

 

Independent Study and Research

 

Permission of SOE U/G Dean

 

31100-

32000

 

Special Topics in Philosophy

 

Permission of SOE U/G Dean

30100-3020

Honors I-II

h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Political Science

 

 

 

 

I. U.S. Politics and Government

10100

United States Politics and Government

g,h,j

 

 

10101

American Government and Politics, honors

g,h,j

 

 

10400

Introduction to World Politics

g,h,j

 

 

12400

Political Ideas and Issues

g,h,j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

 

12500

Introduction to Public Policy

g,h,j

 

 

12600

Introduction to the Legal Process

g,h,j

 

 

20700

United States Politics and Government

g,h,j

 

 

20800

American Political Thought I: 1620 - 1865

g,h

 

 

20900

American Political Thought II: 1865 - Present

g,h,j

 

 

21000

Urban Politics

g,h,j

 

 

21002

Politics and Leadership

g,h,j

 

 

21100

New York Politics

g,h,j

 

 

21200

Constitutional Law, The Federal System

g,h

 

 

21300

Constitutional Law, Individual Liberties

g,h,j

 

 

21600

Political Parties and Interest

g,h,j

 

 

21700

Mass Media and Politics

g,h,j

 

 

22100

The Congress

g,j

17-Apr-09

 

22000

The Judiciary

g,h

 

 

22200

The Presidency

g,h

 

 

22300

United States Foreign Policy

g,h,j

 

 

22400

An Introdutction to Quantitative Data Literacy

g,h,j

 

 

22600

Ethnic and Racial Polictics in the United States

g,h

 

 

22800

Policy Analysis

g,h,j

 

 

22900

Women and Politics

g,h,j

 

 

31700

Jurisprudence

g,h,j

10-Dec-2013

 

32400

The Politics of Protest

g,h

 

 

 

 

 

 

II. Comparative Politics and

Govenrment

 

 

 

 

23000

Contemporary Comparative Politics

g,h,j

 

 

23100

European Politics and Government

g,h,j

 

 

23500

Introduction to the Politics of Developing Nations

g,h,j

 

 

23600

Latin American Political Systems

g,h,j

 

 

23700

Political systems in Asia

g,h

 

 

23900

Developing Political Systems in Africa

g,h

 

 

24000

Politics of South Africa

g,h

 

 

24500

Caribbean Politics

g,h,j

 

 

35500

Environmental Politics: Comparative and Global Perspectives

g,h,j

 

III. International Relations

20200

International Political Economy

g,h,j

 

 

25000

Contemporary International Politics

g,h,j

 

 

25200

Theories of International Relations

g,h,j

 

 

25300

International Law

g,h,j

 

 

25400

International Organization

g,h,j

 

 

25600

Contemporary World Conflict

g,h,j

 

IV. Political Theory and

Philosophy

 

 

 

 

27300

Classical Political Thought

g,h

 

 

27400

Modern Political Thought: Up to 1848

g,h

 

 

27500

Contemporary Political Thought: 1848 to the Present

g,h,j

 

 

37600

Marxism

g,h

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Psychology

 

10101

 

Psychology for Honors Students

 

h,f,j

For Freshman

Honors Students

 

10200

Applications of Psychology in the Modern World

h,f,j

 

 

10299

Applications of Psychology in the Modern World

h,f,j

For SEEK

Students

 

20300

Psychology as the Science of Behavior

  f,h,j

16-May-11

 

22600

Introduction to Life-Span Development

h,j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

 

23800

Drug and Alcohol Abuse: Causes and Treatment

h,f,j

 

 

24400

Psychology and the Black Experience

h,f,j

 

 

24500

Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior

j,h

 

 

24600

Introduction to Human Development: Infancy and Childhood

h,j

 

 

24700

Social Psychology

h,f,j

 

 

24800

The Abnormal Personality

h,f,j

 

 

24900

Psychology of Personality

h,j

6/9/09

 

25300

Cognitive Psychology: Thinking, Knowing and Remembering

h,f,j

 

 

26600

Introduction to Human Development: Adulthood and Aging

h,f,j

 

 

26900

Behavior in Organizations

h,f,j

 

 

31106

Sleep and Dreams

j

1/28/09

 

33100

Evolution of Modern Psychology

j,h

 

 

33800

The Psychology of Women

h,f,j

 

 

33900

Psychology Applied to Work

h,f,j

used to be

23900

 

34700

Social Psychology of Racism and Prejudice

 

added

12/10/2013

 

35600

Introduction to Human Development: Adolescence and Youth

h,j

was 246 (error?)

 

35700

Community Psychology

h,j,f

 

 

36200

Behavior Modification

h,f,j

 

 

36500

Family Psychology

h,j,f

 

 

36700

Small Group Processes

h,f,j

 

 

37100

Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience

j,f

 

 

37700

Theories of Personality

h,f,j

 

 

38800

Theories of Psychotherapy

h,f,j

 

 

38900

Psychological Tests and Measurements

h,f,j

 

 

30100-

30400

Honors I-IV

h,f,j

 

 

30100-

30300

Honors I-III

h,f,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sociology

10500

Individual, Group and Society

h,f,j

 

 

10501

Introductory Sociology for Honors Students

h,f,j

Freshman only

 

23700

Foundations of Sociological Theory

h,j

 

 

23800

Contemporary Sociological Theory

h,j

 

 

24000

Personality and Social Structure

h,f,j

 

 

24100

Criminology and Corrections

h,j

 

 

24200

Juvenile Delinquency

h,j

 

 

24300

Sociology of Youth

h,j

 

 

24400

Principles of Social Work

h,j

13-Aug-08

 

24500

Sociology of Social Welfare Institutions

h,j

 

 

24800

Studies in Deviant Behavior

h,f,j

 

 

25000

Theory of Mass Culture and Mass Communications

g,h,j

11-May-11

 

25100

Urban Sociology

h,j

 

 

25200

Social Class

h,j,f

 

 

25300

Ethnic Minority Groups

h,f,j

 

 

25400

Social Problems

h,j

 

 

25500

Population and Human Ecology

h,j

 

 

26000

Theory of Social Change

h,j

 

 

26200

Political Sociology

h,j

 

 

26300

Contemporary Social Issues

h,j

 

 

26500

Sociology of Childhood

h,j

 

 

26600

Family Relationships

h,j

 


Department

Course

No.

Course Title

Cluster(s)

Notes

(Sociology continues)

26700

Social Change in Developing Countries

h,f,j

 

 

26800

Studies in Social Forces and Mass Movements

h,j

 

 

27000

Sociology of Medicine

h,f,j

 

 

27200

Religion and Religious Groups

h,j

 

 

27400

Urban Politics and Policy

h,j

 

 

27700

Ethnic Families in the United States

h,j

 

 

29000

Immigration

h,j

 

 

31210

Racial Groups

h,j

1-Sep-09

 

31400

Urban Ethnography

  h,j

1-Sep-09

 

31919

Law and Society

j,h

6-Jun-11

30100-3030

Honors I-III

 h,f,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speech

11100

Foundations of Speech Communication

g,h

 

 

23300

Voice & Dictation

g

25-Aug-10

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. Society

10100

Development of the U.S. and its People

h,j

 

 

10101

Development of the U.S. and its People, honors

h,j

Honors Program

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre

13100

Introduction to Theatre Arts

g,j

 

 

21100

Theatre History I

 h,g

 

 

21200

Theatre History II

 h,g

 

 

21300

Theatre History III

 h,g

 

 

23200

Black Theatre U.S.A. I

 h,g

 

 

23201

Black Theatre U.S.A. II

 h,g,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Civilizations

10100

Prehistory to 1500 A.D.

 g,h

 

 

10101

World Civilization, honors

 g,h

Honors Program

 

10200

1500 to the Present

  g,h,j

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Humanities

10100

World Humanities I: Introduction to world literature

 g,h

 

 

10101

Literature in the human experience

 g,h

Honors Program

 

10200

World Humanities II: Introduction to world literature

 g,h

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women's Studies

10000

Women's/Gender Roles in Comtemporary Society

 g,h

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                    The Four General Education Cluster Definitions                    

Outcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Professional and Ethical Responsibility Cluster.

f

 

 

2

Communication Cluster.

g

 

 

3

Global and Societal Context Cluster.

h

 

 

4

Contemporary Issues Cluster.

j

 

 

 

 

 

 

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