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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
CL_HUM 2300Greek Classics in TranslationHFA
CL_HUM 2300HGreek Classics in TranslationHFA
CL_HUM 2400Roman Classics in TranslationHFA
CL_HUM 2500The Origins of Music in the Ancient WorldHFA
CL_HUM 2600Media and Communication in Ancient Greece and RomeHFA
CL_HUM 3000Foreigners and Dangerous Women in Greek and Latin LiteratureHFA
CL_HUM 3000HForeigners & Dangerous Women in Greek & Latin Literature - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3005Topics in Classical HumanitiesHFA
CL_HUM 3005HTopics in Classical Humanities - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3025Ancient Western PhilosophyHFA
CL_HUM 3050Philosophy Before SocratesHFA
CL_HUM 3050HPhilosophy Before Socrates - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3100The Age of PericlesHFA
CL_HUM 3100HThe Age of Pericles - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3150The Age of AugustusHFA
CL_HUM 3150HThe Age of Augustus - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3200Power and Oratory in Ancient GreeceHFA
CL_HUM 3200HPower and Oratory in Ancient Greece - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3225Roman Comedy, Wit and HumorHFA
CL_HUM 3250Greek and Roman EpicHFA
CL_HUM 3250HGreek and Roman Epic - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3300Greek DramaHFA
CL_HUM 3300HGreek Drama - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3350Advanced MythologyHFA
CL_HUM 3350HAdvanced Mythology - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3400Murder and Mayhem: Images of Justice in Classical AntiquityHFA
CL_HUM 3400HMurder & Mayhem: Images of Justice in Classical Antiquity -HonoHFA
CL_HUM 3450Greek and Roman Characters and IdealsHFA
CL_HUM 3450HGreek and Roman Characters and Ideals - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3500Greek and Roman Religion→ Changed to CL_HUM 4500HFA
CL_HUM 3600The Ancient NovelHFA
CL_HUM 3600HThe Ancient Novel - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3650Paganism and ChristianityHFA
CL_HUM 3650HPaganism and Christianity - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3700Women in the Ancient WorldHFA
CL_HUM 3700HWomen in the Ancient World - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3750Classics in a Cross-Cultural ContextHFA
CL_HUM 3750HClassics in a Cross-Cultural Context - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 3775The Ancient World on FilmHFA
CL_HUM 3800Sports and Spectacles in Greco-Roman AntiquityHFA
CL_HUM 4100Greece: From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine EmpireHFA
CL_HUM 4100HGreece: From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Empire - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 4500Greek and Roman ReligionHFA
CL_HUM 4770Oral TraditionHFA
CL_HUM 4770HOral Tradition - HonorsHFA
CL_HUM 4800Political Thought in Classical and Christian AntiquityHFA, SOC
COMMUN 1200Public SpeakingHFA
COMMUN 1200HPublic Speaking - HonorsHFA
COMMUN 2100Media Communication in SocietyHFA
COMMUN 2100HMedia Communication in Society - HonorsHFA
COMMUN 2500Introduction to CommunicationBEH, HFA
COMMUN 2705Topics in Communication - Humanities/Fine ArtsHFA
COMMUN 3570Performance of LiteratureHFA 1
COMMUN 3572Argument and AdvocacyHFA
COMMUN 3705Topics in Communication-HumanitiesHFA
COMMUN 3705HTopics in Communication - Humanities - HonorsHFA
COMMUN 4440Ethical Issues in CommunicationHFA
COMMUN 4481Principles of RhetoricHFA
COMMUN 4618Television Program Analysis and CriticismHFA
COMMUN 4705Topics in Communication - HumanitiesHFA
DST 1800Introduction to Film StudiesHFA
DST 1880Introduction to Digital StorytellingHFA
DST 2005Topics in Digital StorytellingHFA
DST 2880Digital Storytelling Production IHFA
DST 3005Topics in Digital StorytellingHFA
DST 3510HThink Global: Fundamentals of Globalization & Digital TechnologiesHFA, SOC
DST 3860Special Themes in Digital StorytellingHFA
DST 3880Writing and Theory for Digital MediaHFA
DST 3885Audio StorytellingHFA
DST 4005Topics in Digital StorytellingHFA
DST 4810Film TheoryHFA
DST 4840Culture and MediaHFA
DST 4880Digital Storytelling Production IIHFA 1
DST 4885Digital Story Telling Animation Production IIHFA
ENGINR 2600HHistory of Human Spaceflight - HonorsBEH, HFA, SOC
ENGINR 3000Short Term Education AbroadHFA, SOC
ENGINR 3000HShort Term Education Abroad - HonorsHFA, SOC
ENGLSH 1100Reading LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1106Reading Literature, Beginnings to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 1107Reading Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 1108Reading Literature, 1789-1890HFA
ENGLSH 1109Reading Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 1150Introduction to World Literatures→ Changed to ENGLSH 2155HFA
ENGLSH 1160Themes in LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1166Themes in Literature, Beginnings to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 1167Themes in Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 1168Themes in Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 1169Themes in Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 1200Readings in British LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1206Readings in British Literature, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 1207Readings in British Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 1208Readings in British Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 1209Readings in British Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 1210Introduction to British LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1210HIntroduction to British LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1300Readings in American LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 1307Readings in American Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 1308Readings in American Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 1309Readings in American Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 1310Introduction to American LiteratureHFA
  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.