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University of Missouri

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
BL_STU 2120Black Women in American PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 2150African-American CinemaHFA
BL_STU 2200Social InequalitiesBEH, SOC
BL_STU 2210The Black AmericansSOC
BL_STU 2303Studies in Black RelationshipsBEH
BL_STU 2310Literature in the African DiasporaHFA
BL_STU 2400Introduction to Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
BL_STU 2407Introduction to Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
BL_STU 2408Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
BL_STU 2409Introduction to African Diaspora Literature, 1890-PresentHFA
BL_STU 2410African American Women in HistorySOC
BL_STU 2450Themes in the Geography of Africa South of the SaharaSOC
BL_STU 2570Black ReligionHFA
BL_STU 2601Languages of AfricaHFA
BL_STU 2604Caribbean History and CultureSOC
BL_STU 2610Islam and Black AmericaSOC
BL_STU 2715Studies in Black CultureHFA
BL_STU 2720African-American Visual CultureHFA
BL_STU 2870Black Political ThoughtSOC
BL_STU 2904Black Studies in Slavery and FreedomSOC
BL_STU 2940African ReligionsHFA
BL_STU 2975Theoretical Traditions in Blacks Studies - CultureHFA
BL_STU 2977Theoretical Traditions in Blacks Studies - Culture→ Changed to BL_STU 2975HFA
BL_STU 3003Undergraduate Topics in Black Studies - Behavioral SciencesBEH
BL_STU 3004Undergraduate Topics in Black Studies - Social ScienceSOC
BL_STU 3005Undergraduate Topics in Black Studies - HumanitiesHFA
BL_STU 3005HUndergraduate Topics in Black Studies - Humanities - HonorsHFA
BL_STU 3200Black Freedom Movement, 1955-1973SOC
BL_STU 3230Studies in Black Sexual PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 3303Black AthletesBEH
BL_STU 3400Survey of African American Literature, Beginnings to 1900HFA
BL_STU 3410Survey of African American Literature, 1900-PresentHFA
BL_STU 3420Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
BL_STU 3427Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature,1603 to 17HFA
BL_STU 3428Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature,1789 to 18HFA
BL_STU 3429Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature, 1890-PresentHFA
BL_STU 3590Religious Biography: Black ReligionSOC
BL_STU 3605The History of Blacks in GermanySOC
BL_STU 3624Comparative Approaches to Black Studies in HistorySOC
BL_STU 3625Comparative Approaches in Black Studies CultureHFA
BL_STU 3670History of Black Nationalism in the United StatesSOC
BL_STU 3703Themes in Black SocietyBEH
BL_STU 3705Themes in Black CultureHFA
BL_STU 3800Women in African HistorySOC
BL_STU 3850Gender, Hip Hop, and the Politics of RepresentationSOC
BL_STU 4003Topics in Black StudiesBEH
BL_STU 4004Topics in Black StudiesSOC
BL_STU 4005Topics in Black StudiesHFA
BL_STU 4020Studies in Black Feminist ThoughtSOC
BL_STU 4040Houses Divided: Society and Politics in the Civil War EraSOC
BL_STU 4130African-American PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 4181Themes in Literature by WomenHFA
BL_STU 4210African-American ReligionHFA
BL_STU 4230Women, Development, and GlobalizationBEH
BL_STU 4235Social Perspectives on Gender and EmotionBEH
BL_STU 4270African-Americans in the Twentieth CenturySOC
BL_STU 4300The Black Family: Past, Present & FutureBEH, SOC
BL_STU 4303Race, Class, Gender and U.S. Social PolicyBEH
BL_STU 4335The Wire; Race, Urban Inequity and the “Crisis” of the American CitySOC
BL_STU 4400Studies in Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
BL_STU 4407Studies in Anglophone Africana Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
BL_STU 4408Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
BL_STU 4409Studies in Anglophone Africana Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
BL_STU 4410Major Africana Diaspora WritersHFA
BL_STU 4415African Americans and American JusticeSOC
BL_STU 4417Major Anglophone Africana Writers, 1603 to 1789HFA
BL_STU 4418Major Anglophone Africana Writers, 1789 to 1890HFA
BL_STU 4419Major Anglophone Africana Writers, 1890 to PresentHFA
BL_STU 4420Africana WomanismHFA
BL_STU 4460Economic Characteristics of the African American ExperienceSOC
BL_STU 4480Major African Diaspora Women WritersHFA
BL_STU 4487Major Anglophone Africana Women Writers, 1603 to 1789HFA
BL_STU 4488Major Anglophone Africana Women Writers, 1789 to 1890HFA
BL_STU 4489Major African Diaspora Women Writers, 1890 to PresentHFA
BL_STU 4640African PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 4710Themes in African Diaspora FolkloreHFA
BL_STU 4720Third World PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 4804Historical Studies of Black WomenSOC
BL_STU 4875Black Studies: Study Abroad - HumanitiesHFA
BL_STU 4877Black Studies AbroadSOC
BL_STU 4904Historical and Contemporary SlaverySOC
CHEM 1100Atoms and Molecules with LabPHYS
CHEM 1100HAtoms and Molecules with Laboratory - HonorsPHYS
CHEM 1310General Chemistry IPHYS
CHEM 1320General Chemistry II with LabPHYS
CHEM 1320HGeneral Chemistry II with Lab - HonorsPHYS
CHEM 1330General Chemistry III with LabPHYS
CHEM 1330HGeneral Chemistry III with Lab - HonorsPHYS
CHEM 1500HHonors Intensive General Chemistry with Lab - HonorsPHYS
CHEM 2030Survey of Organic ChemistryPHYS
CHEM 2050Introduction to Organic Chemistry with LabPHYS
CHINSE 1100Elementary Chinese IHFA 3
CHINSE 1200Elementary Chinese IIHFA 3
CHINSE 2005Undergraduate Topics in Chinese - HumanitiesHFA
CHINSE 2160Intermediate Chinese I Conversation and CompositionHFA 3
CHINSE 2310Chinese Civilization IHFA
CHINSE 2330Chinese Language and CultureHFA
CHINSE 3005Topics in Chinese - HumanitiesHFA
CHINSE 3300Chinese Traditions and Global IntegrationHFA, SOC
CHINSE 3300HChinese Traditions and Global Integration - HonorsHFA, SOC
  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.