Online Course

Course Name Course Title Category
ACCTCY 2010 Introduction to Accounting
  • SOC
AG_EC 1041 Applied Microeconomics
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 2250 Personal Leadership Development
  • SOC
ANTHRO 1000 General Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1350 Deviance: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2030 Cultural Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2300 Anthropology of War
  • BEH
  • SOC
ANTHRO 3600 North American Indian Culture
  • BEH
ARCHST 2323 Sustainable Building Design Fundamentals
  • PHYS
ARCHST 2620 People, Places, and Design
  • BEH
ARCHST 4323 Sustainable Technologies and Systems
  • PHYS
ARCHST 4430 Guiding Design with Historic Preservation
  • HFA
ART_GNRL 1020 Appreciation of Art
  • HFA
ASTRON 1010 Introduction to Astronomy
  • PHYS
ATM_SC 1050 Introductory Meteorology
  • PHYS
ATM_SC 2150 Natural Hazards
  • PHYS
BIO_SC 1010 General Principles and Concepts of Biology
  • BIO
BIO_SC 1060 Basic Environmental Studies
  • BIO
BIO_SC 1200 General Botany with Laboratory
  • BIO
BIO_SC 2060 Community Biology
  • BIO
BIO_SC 2150 Genetic Diseases
  • BIO
BL_STU 1800 The Making Modern Africa
  • SOC
BL_STU 2200 Social Inequalities
  • BEH
  • SOC
BL_STU 2400 Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature
  • HFA
CHEM 1320 General Chemistry II with Lab
  • PHYS
CL_HUM 1050 Greek and Latin in English Usage
  • HFA
CL_HUM 1060 Classical Mythology
  • HFA
CL_HUM 2100 Greek Culture
  • HFA
CL_HUM 3250 Greek and Roman Epic
  • HFA
CL_HUM 3775 The Ancient World on Film
  • HFA
COMMUN 2100 Media Communication in Society
  • HFA
COMMUN 3705 Topics in Communication-Humanities
  • HFA
COMMUN 4638 New Technologies and Communication
  • BEH
DST 2005 Topics in Digital Storytelling
  • HFA
ECONOM 1014 Principles of Microeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 1015 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 4351 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • SOC
ENGLSH 1160 Themes in Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 1200 Readings in British Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 1210 Introduction to British Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 1310 Introduction to American Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2000 Topics in English Studies
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2100 Writing About Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2150 Popular Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2155 Introduction to World Literatures
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2168 Major Authors, 1789 to 1890
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2208 Studies in British Literature, 1789 to 1890
  • HFA
ENGLSH 2400 Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 3200 Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1784
  • HFA
ENGLSH 3210 Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the Present
  • HFA
ENGLSH 3300 Survey of American Literature: Beginnings to 1865
  • HFA
ENGLSH 3310 Survey of American Literature: 1865-Present
  • HFA
ENGLSH 4260 20th-Century British Literature
  • HFA
ENGLSH 4600 Structure of American English
  • HFA
ENGLSH 4610 History of the English Language
  • HFA
ESC_PS 4170 Introduction to Educational Statistics
  • MATH
ESC_PS 4200 Positive Psychology
  • BEH
F_S 1030 Food Science and Nutrition
  • BIO
F_S 2195 Grapes and Wines of the World
  • BIO
FILM_S 1000 Introduction to Film for Non Majors
  • HFA
FILM_S 1800 Introduction to Film Studies
  • HFA
FILM_S 2020 World Cinema for Non Majors
  • HFA
FILM_S 2160 Film Adaptations of Shakespeare – Non Majors
  • HFA
FILM_S 2820 Trends in World Cinema
  • HFA
FINANC 2000 Survey of Business Finance
  • SOC
FINPLN 2183 Personal and Family Finance
  • SOC
FRENCH 2100 Elementary French III
  • HFA  3
FRENCH 2310 French Civilization
  • HFA
FRENCH 2320 French Literature and Thought in English Translation I
  • HFA
FRENCH 2330 French Literature in Translation II
  • HFA
GEOG 1800 Digital Earth: Introduction to the Geospatial Technologies
  • SOC
GEOG 2280 Race, Democracy and Violence in Cuba and Haiti
  • SOC
GEOG 2904 Topics in Geography-Social Science
  • SOC
GEOL 1100 Principles of Geology with Laboratory
  • PHYS
GERMAN 1100 Elementary German I
  • HFA  3
GERMAN 1200 Elementary German II
  • HFA  3
GERMAN 2310 German Civilization: Beginning to 1850
  • HFA
GERMAN 2320 German Civilization: 1850 to Present
  • HFA
GERMAN 3520 Folk & Fairytales in Global Context
  • HFA
GERMAN 3550 Resistance is Futile: The Advance of the Cyborg
  • HFA
H_D_FS 1610 Intimate Relationships and Marriage
  • BEH
H_D_FS 2300 Multicultural Study of Children and Families
  • SOC
H_D_FS 2400 Principles of Human Development
  • BEH
H_D_FS 2450 Human Sexuality Across the Life Span
  • BEH
  • SOC
H_D_FS 3440 Adulthood and Aging
  • BEH
HIST 1100 Survey of American History to 1865
  • SOC
HIST 1200 Survey of American History Since 1865
  • SOC
HIST 1800 The Making Modern Africa
  • SOC
HIST 2210 Twentieth Century America
  • SOC
HIST 2445 American Constitutional Democracy
  • SOC
HIST 4004 Topics in History – Social Science
  • SOC
HLTH_SCI 2200 Nuclear Weapons: Environmental, Health and Social Effects
  • BEH
HLTH_SCI 3300 Public Health Principles and Practice
  • SOC
HLTH_SCI 3310 Social and Behavioral Health Theory and Practice
  • BEH
  • SOC
HLTH_SCI 3500 Mental Health
  • BEH
  • SOC
HLTH_SCI 4300 Health Care in the United States
  • SOC
HLTH_SCI 4400 Culture and Health Literacy for the Health Professions
  • SOC
ITAL 2310 Italian Civilization
  • HFA
ITAL 3005 Topics in Italian – Humanities/Fine Arts
  • HFA
LINGST 4600 Structure of American English
  • HFA
  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.