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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 Title Category
T_A_M 352019th and 20th Century Western DressSOC
T_A_M 451019th and 20th Century Western DressSOC
PHIL 340019th Century PhilosophyHFA
ENGLSH 431019th-Century American LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 425019th-Century English LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 432020th-Century American LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 426020th-Century British LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 4260H20th-Century British Literature - HonorsHFA
ENGINR 2500A History of Modern EngineeringSOC
THEATR 1400Acting for Non-MajorsHFA
THEATR 3420Acting IHFA 1
ENGLSH 4570Adaptation of Literature for the StageHFA
THEATR 4200Adaptation of Literature for the Stage→ Changed to THEATR 4930HFA
THEATR 4930Adaptation of Literature for the StageHFA
ESC_PS 2600Adolescent DevelopmentBEH
HIST 4310Adoption, Child Welfare and the Family, 1850-PresentSOC
WGST 4310Adoption, Child Welfare and the Family, 1850-PresentSOC
H_D_FS 2440Adulthood and Aging→ Changed to H_D_FS 3440BEH
H_D_FS 3440Adulthood and AgingBEH
ART_GRDN 3430Advanced CalligraphyHFA 1
FILM_S 4130Advanced Character Voice and DialogueHFA
ENGLSH 3010Advanced CompositionHFA 1
AR_H_A 4780Advanced Course in Contemporary ArtHFA
CL_HUM 3350Advanced MythologyHFA
CL_HUM 3350HAdvanced Mythology - HonorsHFA
PHIL 4700AestheticsHFA
BL_STU 1410African American HistorySOC
HIST 1410African American HistorySOC
BL_STU 2410African American Women in HistorySOC
HIST 2410African American Women in HistorySOC
WGST 2410African American Women in HistorySOC
BL_STU 4415African Americans and American JusticeSOC
HIST 4415African Americans and American JusticeSOC
HIST 4815African History Through the Digital MediumSOC
BL_STU 4640African PoliticsSOC
POL_SC 4640African PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 1150African-American Cinema→ Changed to BL_STU 2150HFA
BL_STU 2150African-American CinemaHFA
THEATR 1150African-American Cinema→ Changed to THEATR 2150HFA
THEATR 2150African-American CinemaHFA
BL_STU 4130African-American PoliticsSOC
POL_SC 4130African-American PoliticsSOC
BL_STU 4210African-American ReligionHFA
REL_ST 4210African-American ReligionHFA
BL_STU 1720African-American Theatre HistoryHFA
THEATR 1720African-American Theatre HistoryHFA
AR_H_A 2720African-American Visual CultureHFA
BL_STU 2720African-American Visual CultureHFA
BL_STU 4270African-Americans in the Twentieth CenturySOC
HIST 4270African-Americans in the Twentieth CenturySOC
BL_STU 4420Africana WomanismHFA
ENGLSH 4420Africana WomanismHFA
SPAN 2350Afro-Hispanic LiteratureHFA
GERMAN 3440After the Fact: Holocaust in Contemporary History, Art & LiteratureHFA
PEA_ST 3440After the Fact: Holocaust in Contemporary History, Art & LiteratureHFA
HIST 4000Age of JeffersonSOC
HIST 4550Age of the VikingsSOC
AG_EC 3256Agribusiness and Biotechnology LawSOC
AG_EC 2223Agricultural SalesSOC
HIST 3530Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic WorldSOC
CMP_SC 1050Algorithm Design and Programming IMATH
HIST 2220America in the 1960'sSOC
PEA_ST 2220America in the 1960'sSOC
HIST 4280America in the Reagan YearsSOC
HIST 3420America's Environmental ExperienceSOC
PEA_ST 2430America's Environmental ExperienceSOC
PEA_ST 3420America's Environmental ExperienceSOC
AR_H_A 4840American ArchitectureHFA
AR_H_A 2830American Art and ArchitectureHFA
AR_H_A 3830American Art and Culture, 1500-1820HFA
AR_H_A 3840American Art and Culture, 1820-1913HFA
AR_H_A 3850American Art and Culture, 1913-PresentHFA
HIST 4050American Colonial History to 1760SOC
RU_SOC 4325American Community StudiesSOC
HIST 4200American Cultural and Intellectual History Since 1865SOC
HIST 4100American Cultural and Intellectual History to 1865SOC
FILM_S 2830American Film History I, 1895-1950HFA
ENGLSH 2840American Film History II, 1950-PresentHFA
FILM_S 2840American Film History II, 1950-PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2830American Film in an International Context, 1895-1950HFA
ANTHRO 3150American FolkloreHFA
ENGLSH 3700American FolkloreHFA
POL_SC 4540American Foreign PoliciesSOC
HIST 4080American Foreign Policy from Colonial Times to 1898HFA, SOC
PEA_ST 4080American Foreign Policy from Colonial Times to 1898HFA, SOC
POL_SC 1100American GovernmentSOC
POL_SC 1100HAmerican Government - HonorsSOC
HIST 1400American HistorySOC
AR_H_A 4820American Material CultureHFA
MUS_H_LI 4376American MusicalsHFA
THEATR 4720American MusicalsHFA
C_S_D 3010American PhoneticsBEH
LINGST 3010American PhoneticsBEH
POL_SC 2860American Political ThoughtSOC
HIST 4420American Urban HistorySOC
MATH 1500Analytic Geometry and Calculus IMATH
MATH 1500HAnalytic Geometry and Calculus I - HonorsMATH
C_S_D 3210Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech MechanismBIO
LINGST 3210Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech MechanismBIO
AR_H_A 1110Ancient & Medieval ArtHFA
  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.