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Distribution of Content Course List

Academic units may not accept all active courses listed and students should contact their academic adviser to verify degree applicability. Courses listed below include all courses and may not be offered every semester.

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Course NameCourse TitleCategory
ACCTCY 2010Introduction to AccountingSOC
AFNR 2191International Agriculture and Natural Resources - HumanitiesHFA
AFNR 2192International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social ScienceSOC
AGRIC 2190International Agriculture and Natural ResourcesHFA
AGRIC 2191International Agriculture and Natural Resources - Humanities→ Changed to AFNR 2191HFA
AGRIC 2192International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social Science→ Changed to AFNR 2192SOC
AG_EC 1011Survey of Global AgribusinessSOC
AG_EC 1041Applied MicroeconomicsSOC
AG_EC 1042Applied MacroeconomicsSOC
AG_EC 2070Environmental Economics and PolicySOC
AG_EC 2123Quantitative Applications in Agricultural EconomicsMATH
AG_EC 2156Introduction to Environmental LawSOC
AG_EC 2223Agricultural SalesSOC
AG_EC 2225Statistical AnalysisMATH
AG_EC 3241Ethical Issues in AgricultureHFA
AG_EC 3256Agribusiness and Biotechnology LawSOC
AG_ED 2220Verbal Communication in Agriculture, Food and Natural ResourcesHFA
AG_ED 2250Personal Leadership DevelopmentSOC
AG_ED 2260Team and Organizational LeadershipSOC
AG_JRN 3210Fundamentals of Communications→ Changed to SCI_AG_J 3210HFA
AG_JRN 3240Communicating on the Web→ Changed to SCI_AG_J 3240HFA 1
AG_S_M 1040Physical Principles for Agricultural ApplicationsPHYS
AG_S_M 2020Environmental Ethics in AgricultureSOC
ANTHRO 1000General AnthropologyBEH
ANTHRO 1000HGeneral Anthropology - HonorsBEH
ANTHRO 1060Human LanguageBEH
ANTHRO 1150Introduction to Folklore GenresBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 1200Significant Discoveries of ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 1300Multiculturalism: An IntroductionBEH
ANTHRO 1350Deviance: A Cross-Cultural PerspectiveBEH
ANTHRO 1500Monkeys, Apes and HumansBEH
ANTHRO 2002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
ANTHRO 2003Topics in Anthropology - BehavioralBEH
ANTHRO 2004Topics in Anthropology - Social ScienceSOC
ANTHRO 2005Topics in Anthropology - HumanitiesHFA
ANTHRO 2020Fundamentals of Archaeology with LaboratoryBEH
ANTHRO 2021Fundamentals of ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 2022Fundamentals of Archaeology LabBEH
ANTHRO 2030Cultural AnthropologyBEH
ANTHRO 2040Anthropological LinguisticsBEH
ANTHRO 2050Introduction to Biological Anthropology with LaboratoryBIO
ANTHRO 2051Introduction to Biological AnthropologyBIO
ANTHRO 2052Biological Anthropology LaboratoryBIO
ANTHRO 2100Indigenous ReligionsBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 2100HIndigenous Religions - HonorsBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 2150Introduction to Folklore Field ResearchBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 2200World Archaeology→ Changed to ANTHRO 2215SOC
ANTHRO 2215World ArchaeologySOC
ANTHRO 2300Anthropology of WarBEH, SOC
ANTHRO 2340Hunters and GatherersBEH
ANTHRO 2500Primate Anatomy and EvolutionBIO
ANTHRO 2570Parents and OffspringBEH
ANTHRO 2580Evolution of Human SexualityBEH
ANTHRO 3150American FolkloreHFA
ANTHRO 3380Native American ReligionsHFA
ANTHRO 3380HNative American Religions - HonorsHFA
ANTHRO 3470Culture as CommunicationBEH
ANTHRO 3540Human Biology and Life HistoryBIO
ANTHRO 3560Plagues and PeoplesBEH
ANTHRO 3600North American Indian CultureBEH
ANTHRO 3610Peoples of CanadaBEH
ANTHRO 3650Aztec, Maya, and Inca CivilizationBEH
ANTHRO 3660Peoples of the AndesBEH
ANTHRO 3680Plants and People in Native AmericaBEH
ANTHRO 3700Cultures of EuropeBEH
ANTHRO 3780Cultures of Southeast AsiaBEH
ANTHRO 4150Special Themes in FolkloreHFA
ANTHRO 4160Themes in Africana FolkloreHFA
ANTHRO 4200Environment and ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 4240History of ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 4280Archaeology of ReligionBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 4300Comparative Social OrganizationBEH
ANTHRO 4320Ecological and Environmental AnthropologyBEH
ANTHRO 4340Cultural Evolution and ChangeBEH
ANTHRO 4350Psychological AnthropologyBEH
ANTHRO 4360Medical AnthropologyBEH
ANTHRO 4370Anthropology of GenderBEH
ANTHRO 4380Anthropological Theories of ReligionBEH, HFA
ANTHRO 4400Language and CultureBEH
ANTHRO 4412Gender, Language, and CommunicationBEH
ANTHRO 4420Historical LinguisticsBEH
ANTHRO 4500Human OriginsBIO
ANTHRO 4540Human Biological VariationBIO
ANTHRO 4560Anthropological GeneticsBIO
ANTHRO 4580Evolutionary MedicineBEH
ANTHRO 4600Ethnographic Studies of Selected CulturesBEH
ANTHRO 4620North American ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 4640Prehistory of the Greater SouthwestBEH
ANTHRO 4650Prehistory of MesoamericaBEH
ANTHRO 4670Archaeology of South AmericaBEH
ANTHRO 4680Cultures and Peoples of the AmazonBEH
ANTHRO 4700Old World PrehistoryBEH
ANTHRO 4720Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 4740Celtic and Iron Age ArchaeologyBEH
ANTHRO 4770Asiatic PrehistoryBEH
ANTHRO 4790Culture and Society in South AsiaSOC
ANTHRO 4830Ethnographic MethodsBEH
ANTHRO 4880Demographic AnthropologyBEH
AN_SCI 1011Animal ScienceBIO
AN_SCI 1013Biotechnology in Animal AgricultureBIO
  1. Only one of these types of Humanities and Fine Arts courses can be counted.
  2. For these courses, the category will be designated per section per semester.
  3. Students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, HES, SNR, and Nursing may use this course towards fulfillment of the humanities distribution requirement, but only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed. This course may NOT be used to fulfill the humanities requirement in A&S, Business, Education, Journalism and Social Work.