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Course NameCourse Title Category
CHEM 1100Atoms and Molecules with LabPHYS
CHEM 1100HAtoms and Molecules with Laboratory - HonorsPHYS
GEOG 4620Biogeography: Global Patterns of LifePHYS
ATM_SC 3600Climates of the WorldPHYS
GEOG 3600Climates of the WorldPHYS
PHYSCS 1210College Physics IPHYS
PHYSCS 1220College Physics IIPHYS
PHYSCS 1050Concepts in CosmologyPHYS
PHYSCS 1150Concepts of Physics-Physics for PoetsPHYS
GEOL 2300Earth Systems and Global ChangePHYS
PHYSCS 1500HEnergy and Energy TechnologyPHYS
GN_HON 2461Henvironment: From Molecules to the CosmosBIO, PHYS
GEOL 1200Environmental Geology with LaboratoryPHYS
GEOL 1200HEnvironmental Geology with LaboratoryPHYS
PHYSCS 2330Exploring the Principles of PhysicsPHYS
GEOL 2120HFaults and Earthquakes: Past, Present, and FuturePHYS
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
SOIL 4320Genesis of Soil LandscapesPHYS
GEOL 3110Geology of MissouriPHYS
GEOL 4400Geomicrobiology and Microbial BiogeochemistryPHYS
GEOL 2450Global Water CyclePHYS
GEOL 2350Historical GeologyPHYS
GEOL 2360Historical Geology LaboratoryPHYS
GN_HON 2450HHnrs Biological, Physical, Math (Computer Sci) Science ColloquiumBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
GN_HON 3450HHonors Biological, Physical, Math (Computer Sci.) Science ColloquiumBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
CHEM 1500HHonors Intensive General Chemistry with Lab - HonorsPHYS
GEOL 2220HHonors Seminar: Headline Topics in the Geological SciencePHYS
ASTRON 1010Introduction to AstronomyPHYS
BIOCHM 1090Introduction to BiochemistryBIO, PHYS
ASTRON 1020Introduction to Laboratory AstronomyPHYS
GEOL 4550Introduction to Paleontology with LaboratoryPHYS
SOIL 2110Introduction to Soil Science with LabPHYS
GEOL 2110Introduction to Soil Science with LaboratoryPHYS
PLNT_S 2100Introduction to SoilsBIO, PHYS
SOIL 2100Introduction to SoilsBIO, PHYS
ATM_SC 1050Introductory MeteorologyPHYS
GEOG 1050Introductory MeteorologyPHYS
PHYSCS 2200Life and the UniversePHYS
GEOL 2600Mineral and Energy Resources of the EarthPHYS
GEOL 3250MineralogyPHYS
ATM_SC 2150Natural HazardsPHYS
GEOL 2200OceanographyPHYS
GEOG 3610Physical Geography of the United StatesPHYS
GEOL 1150Physical Geology for Scientists and EngineersPHYS
AG_S_M 1040Physical Principles for Agricultural ApplicationsPHYS
GEOL 1050Planet EarthPHYS
GEOL 2250Planetary GeologyPHYS
GEOL 1100Principles of Geology with LaboratoryPHYS
GEOL 1100HPrinciples of Geology with Laboratory - HonorsPHYS
GEOG 3630Process GeomorphologyPHYS
PHYSCS 1100Science and InventionsPHYS
SOIL 2106Soil Science LaboratoryPHYS
ENV_SC 3290Soils and the EnvironmentPHYS
SOIL 3290Soils and the EnvironmentPHYS
C_S_D 3220Speech AcousticsPHYS
LINGST 3220Speech AcousticsPHYS
GEOL 2400Surficial Earth Processes and Products with LaboratoryPHYS
CHEM 2030Survey of Organic ChemistryPHYS
ARCHST 2323Sustainable Building Design FundamentalsPHYS
ARCHST 4323Sustainable Technologies and SystemsPHYS
T_A_M 2200TextilesPHYS
GEOL 2150The Age of the DinosaursPHYS
PHYSCS 2500The Beautiful Invisible: Exploring Physics, Fiction and RealityPHYS
GN_HON 2462HThe Honors College Science Sequence: The Warm Little PlanetBIO, PHYS
PHYSCS 2400The Physics Around UsPHYS
GEOL 1250The World's OceansPHYS
GEOL 1400Themes in GeologyPHYS
AG_S_M 1002Topics in Agricultural Systems Management - Biological/Physical/MathBIO, MATH, PHYS
AG_S_M 2002Topics in Agricultural Systems Management - Biological/Physical/MathBIO, MATH, PHYS
ANTHRO 1002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
ANTHRO 2002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS 2
ANTHRO 3002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
ANTHRO 4002Topics in Anthropology - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
BIOCHM 2002Topics in Biochemistry - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
BIO_SC 2002HTopics in Biological Sciences - Biological/Physical/Mathematics - HonorsBIO, MATH, PHYS
BIO_SC 3002HTopics in Biological Sciences - Biological/Physical/Mathematics - HonorsBIO, MATH, PHYS
ENV_SC 2002Topics in Environmental Science - Biological/Physical/MathematicalBIO, MATH, PHYS
F_W 2002Topics in Fisheries and Wildlife - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
F_W 3002Topics in Fisheries and Wildlife - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
F_W 4002Topics in Fisheries and Wildlife - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
FOREST 1102Topics in Forestry - Biological/Physical/MathematicalBIO, MATH, PHYS
GEOL 1302Topics in Geological Sciences - Biological/Physical/MathematicsPHYS
NAT_R 2002Topics in Natural Resources - Biological/Physical/MathematicalBIO, MATH, PHYS
PHYSCS 2002Topics in Physics and Astronomomy - Physical SciencePHYS
PHYSCS 3002Topics in Physics and Astronomy - Physical SciencePHYS
PLNT_S 1002Topics In Plant Science - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
PLNT_S 2002Topics in Plant Science - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
PLNT_S 3002Topics in Plant Science - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
PLNT_S 4002Topics in Plant Science - Biological/Physical/MathematicsBIO, MATH, PHYS
PHYSCS 2750University Physics IPHYS
PHYSCS 2750HUniversity Physics I - HonorsPHYS
PHYSCS 2760University Physics IIPHYS
  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.