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GSoE Liberal Arts

These are the liberal arts electives allowed for undergraduate degrees in the Grove School of Engineering (GSoE), as of April 2014.  (As of November 2017, an updated list is being prepared.)

These are the only courses allowed as GSoE “college option” liberal arts electives, which are to be taken after the four “flexible core” liberal arts requirements are satisfied.

(Flexible core electives — the “Pathways” areas of Creative Expression [CE], World Cultures & Global Issues [WCGI], Individual & Society [IS], and U.S. Experience [US] — are listed elsewhere, and are the same for all schools and divisions of CCNY, and may be satisfied by courses at other colleges.)

General information about GSoE liberal arts requirements >>

 

American Studies 
20100  American Studies I   
20200  American Studies II   
     
Archit & Environ. Studies 
23200  A Survey of Western Architecture I (A History of Architecture in the West)  15-May-12 
     
Anthropology 
10100  General Anthropology   
10101  Anthropology 10100 for honors students  4 credits 
20000  Archaeology   
20100  Cross Cultural Perspectives   
20200  Languages & Dialects in Cross-Cultural Perspective   
20300  Human Origins  8/22/12 
20500  Historical Archeaology   
22500  Class, Ethnicity & Gender   
22600  Culture, Personality & Behavior   
22800  Anthropology of Urban Areas   
22900  Cultural Change and Modernization   
23100  Anthroplogy of Law   
23600  Sex, Marriage & the Family in Cross Cultural Perspective   
24000  Peoples of Africa   
24200  Peoples of the Caribbean   
24300  Peoples of Latin America   
24600  Peoples of the Middle East   
25400  American Cultural Patterns   
25500  Anthropology of Health & Healing   
25600  Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective   
26500  Language & Society   
27200  Television & Film: Anthropological Perspectives on the Mass Media   
27300  Black English: Structure & Use   
27500  Creole Sociolingusitics   
28500  Human, Heredity, Race & Intelligence   
29000  Dynamics of Human Ecology   
29500  Bio-Cultural Anthropology   
31994  South East Asian Traditional Food Culture  11-May-11 
31107  Anthropology of Reproduction  14-Feb-14 
31108  Immigrant & Refugee Movement & Cultures   
31403R  Women: Violations of Human Rights  12-Apr-12 
31404  Health Issues and Alternatives   
31900  Anthropology of Sport  27-Jan-14 
32300  Islamic Cultures and Issuses  26-Sep-11 
32400  Violations of Human Rights  26-Sep-11 
35000  Race and Racism   
30100-30400  Honors I-IV   
     
Art 
10000  Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World   
10001  Introduction to the Visual Arts of the World (Honors version)  2/5/14 
21021  Egyptian Art and Architecture  1/16/09 
21000  Writing About Art  1/4/11 
21012  Egyptian Art  5/11/11 
21036  Early Modern Art in Europe and the U.S.  5/16/11 
21090  Research Methods in Art History  27-Jan-14 
21100  Art History I: Cave Paintings to Renaissance: A Multicultural Perspective   
21200  Art History II: Renaissance to Modern: A Multicultural Perspective   
27000  Egyptian Art and Architecture   
27100  Greek and Roman Art   
27300  Romanesque and Gothic Art of Medieval Europe   
27400  Renaissance Art in Europe   
27600  Baroque and Rococo Art in Europe   
27700  Nineteenth Century Art in Europe   
27800  Early Modern Art in Europe and the U.S.   
27900  American Art: 1776-1900   
28000  Postwar Art in the U.S. and Europe   
28100  Ancient Art of Meso-America, the Andes, and the Caribbean   
28200  North American Indian Art   
28300  Art of Black Africa   
28401  Islamic Art   
28402  Art of India, Southeast Asia and Indonesia   
28500  Art of China, Japan, and, Korea   
28600  The History, Aesthetics, and Criticism of Still Photography   
28700/ 21067  History of Design   
28900  New York City as an Art Center   
29000  19th and 20th Century Architecture of New York City   
29100  Women in World Art   
29200  Women and Art in New York City   
39000  Research Methods in Art History   
48800  Art Criticism   
     
Asian Studies 
10100  Asian Culture and Peoples  2-Aug-10 
20100  Asians in America   
20200  Contemporary Asia   
20500  Chinese Culture- Strategies & Practices  27-Mar-09 
20800/ 31706  Asians in American Law & Politics  29-May-08 
30500  Asians and American Law and Politics   
30700  Asian American Communities I: Analysis of Asian American Communities   
31116  Japanese Film: Kurosawa Akira  14-Feb-14 
31616  Kabuki Theather  22-Jun-11 
31807  Korean Films & Culture  Janaury 4, 2011 
31816  Asian Religions  17-Aug-11 
31817  Introduction to Taiwan Studies  4-Jan-11 
33100  Oriental Literature I (crosslisted as English 38001)   
33200  Modern Chinese Literature (crosslisted as English 38002)  title updated 2/4/2014 
     
Black Studies 
10100  African Heritage and the Afro-American Experience   
10200  African Heritage and the Caribbean-Brazilian Experience   
12300  African Politics   
12400  National Building and Development in Africa   
12800  The United Nations and New Nation States   
13200  The Afro-American Child in His Urban Setting   
13400  The Harlem Community   
13500  Economic Development of the Black Community   
14500  Capitalism and Colonialism in Contemporary America   
14700  The Civil Rights Movement   
14900  Religion and Survival   
15500  Black Studies and Black Psychology   
15700  Racism and the American Legal System   
16100  Caribbean and Brazilian Heritage   
16300  Race and Politics in the Caribbean   
16600  Caribbean Immigration   
17100  Roots: Seminar on the Black World Experience   
17600  The Black Revolution   
18900  Sociopolitical Impact of Race and Racism   
21500  African Literature from 1940 to Present  4-Sep-09 
31414  Religion & Survival  19-May-11 
31608  Afro-Latinos History and Culture   
33000  Afro-American Heritage: 1619 to 1865   
33100  Afro-American Heritage: 1865-Present   
33300  The Black Woman   
     
Comparative Literature 
35000  Introduction to Comparative Literature   
31100- 32000  Selected Topics in Comparative Literature   
     
Classical Culture 
32100  Classical Mythology   
32300  Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Translation   
34100  Science in Antiquity   
40100  Modern Problems in Perspective   
     
CUNY Honors College 
10101  The Arts in New York City, Seminar I, honors  4 credits 
10201  The Peopling of New York, Seminar II, honors  3 credits 
20301  Science & Technology in New York City, Seminar III, honors  3 credits 
20401  Shaping the Future of New York City, Seminar IV, honors  3 credits 
     
Economics 
10150  Organization and Management  was 34000 
10250  [formerly Modern United States Economy] Principles of Microeconomics  was 10000 
10350  [formerly Principles and Policies] Principles of Macroeconomics  5/15/2012; was 10300 
10400  Introduction to Quantitative Economics  For GSoE students only 
19150  Introduction to Economics, honors  was 10101 - Honors 
20250  Microeconomic Theory I  was 22000 
20350  Macroeconomics I  was 22500 
20450  Principles of Accounting I  was 36000 
21250  Economics of Marketing  was 33000 
21350  International Environment of Business  was 23200 
21450  Law of Business Contracts  was 38000 
22100  Microeconomic Theory II   
22250  Economics of Corporate Finance  was 27100 
22350  Economics of Investment  was 27200 
22600  Macroeconomics II   
24300  European Economic Development   
24400  American Economic Development   
24500  Asian Economic Development   
24600  Comparative Economic Systems   
25000  Contemporary Domestic Economic Problems   
25100  Contemporary International Economic Problems   
26100  Economics of Regulation   
26500  Public Expenditure   
27300  Personal Finance   
27600  Banking and the Financial Services Industry   
28100  Trade Unionism in the United States   
28200  Comparative Labor Movements   
28500  Economics of Economic and Social Security   
31201  Developing Management Skills  1/4/11 
31250  Administrative Economics: Personnel  was 35100 
31350  Administrative Economics: Operations and Ptoduction  was 35200 
31450  Law of Business Organization  was 38100 
31750  Environmental Entrepreneurship  10-Mar-14 
31850  Managerial Economics  was 35000 
32150  International Finance  was 23100 
32250  Economic of Finance  was 27000 
32350  Principles of Accounting II  was 36100 
33450  [formerly International Economics] International Trade  was 23000 
33550  Urban Economics  was 25400 
33650  Public Finance  was 26400 
41150  Administrative and Managerial Policy  was 35300 
41350  Government Regulation and Executive Decision Making  was 35800 
42150  Advanced Financial Economics  was 27400 
42250  Options and Futures  was 27500 
43150  Industrial Organization and Public Policy  was 26000 
43250  Economic Development  was 24000 
43350  Economics of Labor  was 28000 
     
Education 
22100  Urban Schools in A Diverse American Society  Credit only for 22100 or 22200 
22200  The School in American Society: Bilingual Education in the Urban School   
     
English 
21001  Writing for the Humanities   
34200  Advanced Grammar  28-Jan-14 
35200  Representative British Writers of the Middle Ages   
35202  Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales   
35300  Representative Writers of the Renaissance   
35301  Shakespeare I   
35302  Shakespeare II   
35303  Shakespeare on Film   
35304  Seventeenth Century English Poetry   
35500  Representative British Writers of the Restoration and the Eighteenth Century   
35501  Milton   
35502  The Eighteenth Century Novel   
35600  Representative British Writers of the Romantic Period   
35700  Representative British Writers of the Victorian Period   
35701  Nineteenth Century British Novel   
35800  Representative British Writers of the Modernist Period   
35801  British Poetry of the Twentieth Century   
35802  The Twentieth Century British Novel   
36000  Representative Writers of the United States: Early American Literature   
36100  Representative Writers of the United States: the Nineteenth Century   
36200  Representative Writers of the United States The Twentieth Century   
36201  Twentieth Century American Poetry   
37001  African American Literature in America   
37004  African American Fiction   
37005  African Literatures other than African American   
37006  Comparative African fiction   
37501  Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century   
37503  Twentieth Century Women Writers   
38001  Oriental Literature I   
38002  Oriental Literature II   
38003  The Bible as Literature I   
38004  The Bible as Literature II   
38006  Comparative Literature of the Renaissance   
38007  Introduction to Comparative Literature   
38101  Currents in Modern Literature I   
38102  Currents in Modern Literature II   
38104  Modern Drama I   
38105  Modern Drama II   
39001  Genres: Satire   
39002  Genres: The Lyric   
39005  Genres: Literacy Criticism   
39006  Genres: Science Fiction   
39007  Genres: Children’s Literature   
39100  Themes   
39101  Mythic Patterns in Modern Literature   
39102  The Vampire   
39200  Literature and Other Disciplines   
39202  Religious Themes in Literature   
39203  The Political Novel   
39205  The Novel into Film   
35000- 35100  A Historical Approach of Literature   
35001- 35101  A Generic Approach to Literature   
     
Engineering 
30000  Impact of Biomedical Technology   
     
Foreign Languages & Literatures (French) 
28200  Masterworks of French Literature from the Enlightenment to Symbolism   
28300  The Literature of Contemporary France   
33000  French Cinema   
36000  Techniques for Literary Analysis   
42100  French Poetry   
42300  French Philosophers and Essayists   
42500  French Theatre   
42700  French Novel   
42701  The Novel in France before 1850   
42702  The Novel in France from Flaubert to the Present   
44100  French Literature Outside France   
45100  French Civilization   
     
Foreign Languages & Literatures (Spanish)
28100  Masterworks of Spanish Literature I   
28200  Masterworks of Spanish Literature II   
28300  Masterworks of Latin American Literature   
33000  Representations of Contemporary Spain in its Cinema  17-May-10 
35100  Studies in Spanish Literature I   
35200  Studies in Spanish Literature II   
35300  Studies in Spanish American Literature   
36000  Techniques for Literary Analysis   
42100  Studies in Medieval Spanish Literature   
42400  Cervantes: Don Quijote   
42601  Lope de Vega and the Evolution of the Spanish Theater (Golden Age of Spanish)   
42602  Renaissance and Baroque Prose and Poetry (Golden Age of Spanish)   
42800  Spanish Literature of the 18th and 19th Centuries   
43200  The Generation of 1898   
43401  The Spanish Novel since the Civil War (Studies in Contemporary Spanish Literature)   
43402  Comtemporary Spanish Poetry and Theater (Studies in Contemporary Spanish Literature)  
43600  Spanish American Colonial Literature   
43800  Spanish American Literature of the 19th Century   
44100  The Literature of the Social Protest in Spanish America   
44200  The Spanish American Essay   
44402  Contemporary Spanish American Poetry and Theater (Studies in Contemporary Spanish American Literature)   
44403  Contemporary Spanish American Short Story (Studies in Contemporary Spanish American Literature)   
44404  The Spanish American Contemporary Novel (Studies in Contemporary Spanish American Literature)   
44600  Literature of the Spanish Caribbean   
45100  Spanish Civilization   
45201  Topics in Spanish American Civilization I   
45202  Topics in Spanish American Civilization II   
45300  Gender Issues in Hispanic Letters   
45400  Latino Culture and Literature in the U.S.   
     
History 
20600  Modern Europe  12/10/2013 
21800  Social History of Modern France   
21900  Constitutional and Political History of England   
22100  History of England Since 1688   
22200  Italy Since 1815   
22300  Germany to the 18th Century to the Present   
22500  The History of Russia from Earliest Times to 1855   
22600  The History of Russia since 1855   
24000  US History to 1865  12/19/2013 
24100  US History: 1865 to the Present  12/10/13 
25100  Traditional Civilization of China   
25300  Modern China   
25400  Traditional Civilization of Japan   
25500  Modern Japan   
26200  The Middle East Under Islam   
26300  Traditional Civilization of India   
26400  History of Modern India   
27600  Western Africa   
27700  East and Southern Africa   
28100  Colonial Latin America   
28200  Modern and Contemporary Latin America   
31127  Madrasas: Manufacturing Terror  1-Sep-09 
31103  The Bungalow In Architecture  7-Jun-11 
31132 ND  The Great Partition: India & Pakistan  19-Dec-13 
31165  The Politics of Crime & Policing in the US  25-Apr-14 
31200  Early Modern Europe  2-Oct-08 
31313  Africa Since Independence  28-Jan-11 
31322  American Legal History  14-Sep-11 
31333  American Legal History  16-May-11 
31335  US History: Origins to 1877  5-Jan-11 
31337  US History: Since 1865  23-Dec-13 
31339  US since Reconstruction  23-Dec-13 
31418  United States History Since 1945  19-Jan-10 
31522  Einstein and His World   
31516  Power, Race and Culture in the U.S. City   
31623/ 31500  Modern Europe  08/02/10, 06/16/11 
31625  The People's Republic China, 1949 - Present  15-Jun-11 
31707  Pacific War in Film  5/11/11 
31721  The Vietnam War and U.S. Society  6-May-11 
31919  Indian Cine Cultures  7-Jun-11 
31924  Gandhi and Non-violence Poltics  7-Jun-11 
31926 ND  India After Gandhi  10-Mar-11 
32100  Studies in Ancient and Medieval History   
32200  American Revolution  15-Apr-10 
32300  The Early Middle Ages   
32400  The High Middle ages   
32500  Life, Art and Learning in the Renaissance   
32501  The Guilded Age and Progressive Era, 1877 - 1920  1/28/11 
32600  Uinted States History 1914 - 1945  6/16/11 
32700  Europe in the Revolutionary era: 1760-1815   
32800  Europe: 1815-1914   
32900  Twentieth Century Europe   
33100  Early America: from Settlement to the Great Awakening   
33200  The Era of the American Revolution   
33300  The New Nation, Slave and Free, 1783 to 1840   
33400  The Era of Civil War and Reconstruction, 1840-1877   
33401  History of Modern Japan  9/24/12 
33500  The Response to Industrialization, to 1917   
33600  The United States in the Twentieth Century   
33601  Modern India (From 1556 AD)  3-Dec-08 
34100  Africa and the Modern World   
34200  History of African Nationalist Thought   
34800  The Theory and Practice of Genocide in the Twentieth Century   
34900  The Third Reich   
35100  The Age of Enlightenment   
35200  Intellectual History of the 19th Century Europe   
35300  Intellectual History of 20th Century Europe   
35600  Social History of Modern Europe   
35700  History of Socialism   
36000  Women in Modern History   
36200  Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life   
36400  The History of American Labor   
36500  African-American History from Emancipation to the Present   
36600  The American women’s Movement   
36700  American Urban History   
36800  A Social History of American Architecture   
37000  The American Legal Tradition   
37100  History of American Foreign Relations   
37500  The Mass Media in Recent American History   
37700  Comparative Slavery   
38000  The Writing of American History   
38200  Latin America: A Comparative Study of 20th Century Revolutionary Movements   
38300  History of Science I   
38400  History of Science II   
38500  Health Care and Health Professions from the 17th Century   
38600  The American Health Care System   
38700  Technology and Society, 1450-1870   
38800  Technology and Society, 1870-to the Present   
41100  Comparative History of Revolutions   
41300  Nationalism in the Modern World   
41400  Modern Imperialism   
41800  Jewish History: Ancient and Medieval   
41900  Jewish History: Late Medieval and Modern   
     
Humanities 
10201  Introduction Music/Art, Students in the Honors Program  4 credits 
     
International Studies 
20100  International Studies: A Global Perspective   
20200  Comparative Political Economy   
31400  A Cross-Cultural Perspective   
     
Jewish Studies 
10000  Introduction to Jewish Life - Religion  11-May-11 
10411  Psychology of Religion`   
20500  Jewish Spiritual Medicine  25-Apr-14 
20700  Jesus the Jew  used to be 31803 
21100  Contemporary Israel   
24100  The Jew in Literature   
25100  Studies in Judaism and Christianity   
27100  Human Development in Classical Jewish Sources   
27200  The American Jewish Community   
27300  The Jewish Woman   
28100  The Holocaust   
31108  Humor and Despair in Modern Jewish Fiction  11-May-11 
31110  Introduction to Jewish Philosophy  16-May-11 
31112  History of Israeli Cinema  28-Jan-10 
31120  Introduction to Jewish Mysticism  13-Nov-13 
31160  Christian Relations in the Pre-Modern Era  29-Jan-14 
31181  Sacred Monsters  14-Feb-14 
31310  The Holocaust in Film   
31312  Introduction to Sephardic Literature  5-May-11 
31402  Contemporary Israeli/Palestinian Cinema   
31510  Introduction to the Talmud  14-Jul-09 
31602  The Bible and Its Stories  10-Feb-09 
31700  Jewish Law & Ethics  2-Jun-08 
31702  God & Evil: An Introduction  5-Jan-10 
31705  The Jews of Latin America  12-Apr-12 
31708  Bibical Commentaries and Midrash  2-Jun-08 
32100  The Modernization of Judaism   
     
Latin American & Latino Studies 
12300  Dominican Heritage  19-Aug-09 
29100  Culture and Health: Hispanics and Other Minorities   
29200  Health Care Planning and the Hispanic Experience   
31311  Hawaii PRS GLBL SO (The Puerto Rican Diaspora)  9/24/12 
31121  The Dominican Community  23-Feb-10 
30100- 30400  Honors   
     
Media & Communication Arts 
10100  Introduction to Media Studies   
2330  Introduction to Journalism   
21000  The fundamentals of the Advertising Industry   
22100  History and Theory of Film I   
22200  History and Theory of Film II   
22300  Critical Approaches to Independent Cinema   
30200  Critical Approaches to Film Directors   
30300  The Documentary in Film and Television (Formerly 42400)   
30400  Studies in the Film History and Aesthetics   
     
Music 
10100  Introduction to Music   
10200  Introduction to World Music  May 16 2011 
21000  Writing About Music   
24100  Antiquity through the Renaissance   
24200  The Baroque through the Early Classical Era   
24500  Jazz History I: From the Beginning to World War II   
27400     
34100  The Classic-Romantic Era   
34200  Late Romanticism through the Present   
34500  Jazz History II: From World War II to the Present   
     
Philosophy 
10200  Introduction to Philosophy   
11100  Critical Thinking   
20100  Logical Reasoning   
20200  Introduction to Logic   
20400  Matters of Life and Death   
20600  Philosophy of Science Fiction   
30000  The Rational Animal: Dimensions of Understanding   
30001  The Rational Aninal: Honors  Freshman Honor 
30500  History of Philosophy I: Ancient   
30600  History of Philosophy II: Modern   
30700  Metaphysics and Epistemology   
30800  Ethics   
30900  Social and Political Philosophy   
31119  Theory of Action   
31118  Labyrinths of Reason  12-Apr-12 
[no: 32100] [not allowed: Symbolic Logic] Disallowed 
32200  Philosophy of Science   
32300  Philosophy of Mind   
32400  Philosophy of Language   
32500  Aesthetics: The Philosophy of Art   
32600  Philosophy of Law   
32700  Philosophy of Religion   
32800  Philosophy of Social Science   
32900  Philosophy of History   
33000  Philosophy of Mathematics   
33300  Philosophy of Technology   
33400  Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence   
33500  Philosophy of Film   
33600  Philosophy of Space and Time   
[no: 33700] [not allowed: Decision Theory] Disallowed Course 
33800  Philosophy of Wittgenstein   
33900  Kierkegaard, Nietzche, Freud   
34000  Self and Identity   
34100  Philosophy of Psychoanalysis   
34400  World Philosophies II   
34500  American Philosophy   
34600  Feminist Philosophy   
34700  Contemporary Philosophy   
34800  Continental European Philosophy   
34901  Applied Ethics: Business Ethics   
34902  Applied Ethics: Computer Ethics   
34903  Applied Ethics: Engineering Ethics   
34904  Applied Ethics: Environmental Ethics   
34905  Applied Ethics: Medical Ethics  identical to PHIL 34900 
35200  Issues in Epistemology   
35300  Issues in Metaphysics   
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 
30100-30200 Honors I-II   
     
Political Science  I. U.S. Politics and Government 
10100  United States Politics and Government   
10101  American Government and Politics, honors   
10400  Introduction to World Politics   
12400  Political Ideas and Issues   
12500  Introduction to Public Policy   
12600  Introduction to the Legal Process   
20700  United States Politics and Government   
20800  American Political Thought I: 1620 - 1865   
20900  American Political Thought II: 1865 - Present   
21000  Urban Politics   
21002  Politics and Leadership   
21100  New York Politics   
21200  Constitutional Law, The Federal System   
21300  Constitutional Law, Individual Liberties   
21600  Political Parties and Interest   
21700  Mass Media and Politics   
22100  The Congress  17-Apr-09 
22000  The Judiciary   
22200  The Presidency   
22300  United States Foreign Policy   
22400  An Introdutction to Quantitative Data Literacy   
22600  Ethnic and Racial Polictics in the United States   
22800  Policy Analysis   
22900  Women and Politics   
31700  Jurisprudence  10-Dec-2013 
32400  The Politics of Protest   
     
  II. Comparative Politics and Govenrment 
23000  Contemporary Comparative Politics   
23100  European Politics and Government   
23500  Introduction to the Politics of Developing Nations   
23600  Latin American Political Systems   
23700  Political systems in Asia   
23900  Developing Political Systems in Africa   
24000  Politics of South Africa   
24500  Caribbean Politics   
35500  Environmental Politics: Comparative and Global Perspectives   
     
  III. International Relations 
20200  International Political Economy   
25000  Contemporary International Politics   
25200  Theories of International Relations   
25300  International Law   
25400  International Organization   
25600  Contemporary World Conflict   
     
  IV. Political Theory and Philosophy 
27300  Classical Political Thought   
27400  Modern Political Thought: Up to 1848   
27500  Contemporary Political Thought: 1848 to the Present   
37600  Marxism   
     
Psychology 
10101  Psychology for Honors Students  For Freshman Honors Students 
10200  Applications of Psychology in the Modern World   
10299  Applications of Psychology in the Modern World  For SEEK Students 
20300  Psychology as the Science of Behavior  16-May-11 
22600  Introduction to Life-Span Development   
23800  Drug and Alcohol Abuse: Causes and Treatment   
24400  Psychology and the Black Experience   
24500  Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior   
24600  Introduction to Human Development: Infancy and Childhood   
24700  Social Psychology   
24800  The Abnormal Personality   
24900  Psychology of Personality  6/9/09 
25300  Cognitive Psychology: Thinking, Knowing and Remembering   
26600  Introduction to Human Development: Adulthood and Aging   
26900  Behavior in Organizations   
31106  Sleep and Dreams  1/28/09 
33100  Evolution of Modern Psychology   
33800  The Psychology of Women   
33900  Psychology Applied to Work  used to be 23900 
34700  Social Psychology of Racism and Prejudice  added 12/10/2013 
35600  Introduction to Human Development: Adolescence and Youth  was 246 (error?) 
35700  Community Psychology   
36200  Behavior Modification   
36500  Family Psychology   
36700  Small Group Processes   
37100  Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience   
37700  Theories of Personality   
38800  Theories of Psychotherapy   
38900  Psychological Tests and Measurements   
30100- 30400  Honors I-IV   
30100- 30300  Honors I-III   
     
Sociology 
10500  Individual, Group and Society   
10501  Introductory Sociology for Honors Students  Freshman only 
23700  Foundations of Sociological Theory   
23800  Contemporary Sociological Theory   
24000  Personality and Social Structure   
24100  Criminology and Corrections   
24200  Juvenile Delinquency   
24300  Sociology of Youth   
24400  Principles of Social Work  13-Aug-08 
24500  Sociology of Social Welfare Institutions   
24800  Studies in Deviant Behavior   
25000  Theory of Mass Culture and Mass Communications  11-May-11 
25100  Urban Sociology   
25200  Social Class   
25300  Ethnic Minority Groups   
25400  Social Problems   
25500  Population and Human Ecology   
26000  Theory of Social Change   
26200  Political Sociology   
26300  Contemporary Social Issues   
26500  Sociology of Childhood   
26600  Family Relationships   
26700  Social Change in Developing Countries   
26800  Studies in Social Forces and Mass Movements   
27000  Sociology of Medicine   
27200  Religion and Religious Groups   
27400  Urban Politics and Policy   
27700  Ethnic Families in the United States   
29000  Immigration   
31210  Racial Groups  1-Sep-09 
31400  Urban Ethnography  1-Sep-09 
31919  Law and Society  6-Jun-11 
30100-30300 Honors I-III   
     
Speech 
11100  Foundations of Speech Communication   
23300  Voice & Dictation  25-Aug-10 
     
U.S. Society 
10100  Development of the U.S. and its People   
10101  Development of the U.S. and its People, honors  Honors Program 
     
Theatre 
13100  Introduction to Theatre Arts   
21100  Theatre History I   
21200  Theatre History II   
21300  Theatre History III   
23200  Black Theatre U.S.A. I   
23201  Black Theatre U.S.A. II   
     
World Civilizations 
10100  Prehistory to 1500 A.D.   
10101  World Civilization, honors  Honors Program 
10200  1500 to the Present   
     
World Humanities 
10100  World Humanities I: Introduction to world literature   
10101  Literature in the human experience  Honors Program 
10200  World Humanities II: Introduction to world literature   
     
Women's Studies 
10000  Women's/Gender Roles in Comtemporary Society