Social Sciences

Course Name Course Title Category
ACCTCY 2010 Introduction to Accounting
  • SOC
AFNR 2192 International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social Science
  • SOC
AFNR 3215 Community Food Systems
  • SOC
AG_EC 1011 Survey of Global Agribusiness
  • SOC
AG_EC 1041 Applied Microeconomics
  • SOC
AG_EC 1042 Applied Macroeconomics
  • SOC
AG_EC 2070 Environmental Economics and Policy
  • SOC
AG_EC 2156 Introduction to Environmental Law
  • SOC
AG_EC 2223 Agricultural Sales
  • SOC
AG_EC 3256 Agribusiness and Biotechnology Law
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 2250 Personal Leadership Development
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 2260 Team and Organizational Leadership
  • SOC
AG_ED 2250 Personal Leadership Development → Changed to AG_ED_LD 2250
  • SOC
AG_ED 2260 Team and Organizational Leadership → Changed to AG_ED_LD 2260
  • SOC
AG_S_M 2020 Environmental Ethics in Agriculture
  • SOC
AGRIC 2192 International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social Science → Changed to AFNR 2192
  • SOC
ANTHRO 1004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2200 World Archaeology → Changed to ANTHRO 2215
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2215 World Archaeology
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2300 Anthropology of War
  • BEH
  • SOC
ANTHRO 3004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 4004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 4790 Culture and Society in South Asia
  • SOC
AR_H_A 1230 Introduction to Asian Arts
  • HFA
  • SOC
AR_H_A 4630 The Renaissance Artist
  • SOC
ARCHST 2100 Understanding Architecture and the American City
  • HFA
  • SOC
ARCHST 4630 Shaping Human Settlements
  • SOC
ARCHST 4964 Design Thinking
  • SOC
BL_STU 1332 Social Perspectives on Women, Race and Class
  • SOC
BL_STU 1334 Women, Race and Class
  • SOC
BL_STU 1410 African American History
  • SOC
BL_STU 1500 The Black Woman in America
  • SOC
BL_STU 1790 History of Early Africa
  • SOC
BL_STU 1800 The Making Modern Africa
  • SOC
BL_STU 1810 History of South Africa
  • SOC
BL_STU 2000 Black Studies
  • SOC
BL_STU 2004 Topics in Black Studies
  • SOC
BL_STU 2120 Black Women in American Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 2200 Social Inequalities
  • BEH
  • SOC
BL_STU 2210 The Black Americans
  • SOC
BL_STU 2410 African American Women in History
  • SOC
BL_STU 2450 Themes in the Geography of Africa South of the Sahara
  • SOC
BL_STU 2604 Caribbean History and Culture
  • SOC
BL_STU 2610 Islam and Black America
  • SOC
BL_STU 2870 Black Political Thought
  • SOC
BL_STU 2904 Black Studies in Slavery and Freedom
  • SOC
BL_STU 3004 Undergraduate Topics in Black Studies – Social Science
  • SOC
BL_STU 3200 Black Freedom Movement, 1955-1973
  • SOC
BL_STU 3230 Studies in Black Sexual Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 3590 Religious Biography: Black Religion
  • SOC
BL_STU 3605 The History of Blacks in Germany
  • SOC
BL_STU 3624 Comparative Approaches to Black Studies in History
  • SOC
BL_STU 3670 History of Black Nationalism in the United States
  • SOC
BL_STU 3800 Women in African History
  • SOC
BL_STU 3850 Gender, Hip Hop, and the Politics of Representation
  • SOC
BL_STU 4004 Topics in Black Studies
  • SOC
BL_STU 4020 Studies in Black Feminist Thought
  • SOC
BL_STU 4040 Houses Divided: Society and Politics in the Civil War Era
  • SOC
BL_STU 4130 African-American Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 4270 African-Americans in the Twentieth Century
  • SOC
BL_STU 4300 The Black Family: Past, Present & Future
  • BEH
  • SOC
BL_STU 4335 The Wire: Race, Urban Inequity and the “Crisis” of the American City
  • SOC
BL_STU 4415 African Americans and American Justice
  • SOC
BL_STU 4460 Economic Characteristics of the African American Experience
  • SOC
BL_STU 4640 African Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 4720 Third World Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 4804 Historical Studies of Black Women
  • SOC
BL_STU 4877 Black Studies Abroad
  • SOC
BL_STU 4904 Historical and Contemporary Slavery
  • SOC
CHINSE 3300 Chinese Traditions and Global Integration
  • HFA
  • SOC
CHINSE 3300H Chinese Traditions and Global Integration – Honors
  • HFA
  • SOC
CL_HUM 4800 Political Thought in Classical and Christian Antiquity
  • HFA
  • SOC
CV_ENG 4155 Transportation Geography
  • SOC
DST 3510H Think Global: Fundamentals of Globalization & Digital Technologies
  • HFA
  • SOC
ECONOM 1000 General Economics
  • SOC
ECONOM 1013 Economic Analysis for Social Issues
  • SOC
ECONOM 1014 Principles of Microeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 1015 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 1024 Fundamentals of Microeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 1051 General Economics → Changed to ECONOM 1000
  • SOC
ECONOM 1051H General Economics – Honors
  • SOC
ECONOM 1111 Environmental Economics
  • SOC
ECONOM 3004 Topics in Economics – Social Science
  • SOC
ECONOM 3224 Introduction to International Economics
  • SOC
ECONOM 3251 Theory of the Firm
  • SOC
ECONOM 3261 Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe & Former Soviet Union
  • SOC
ECONOM 4004 Topics in Economics- Social Science
  • SOC
ECONOM 4351 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • SOC
ECONOM 4351H Intermediate Microeconomics – Honors
  • SOC
ECONOM 4370 Quantitative Economics
  • SOC
ENGINR 2010 Women in Engineering Leadership
  • SOC
ENGINR 2500 A History of Modern Engineering
  • SOC
ENGINR 2600H History of Human Spaceflight – Honors
  • BEH
  • HFA
  • SOC
ENGINR 3000 Short Term Education Abroad
  • HFA
  • SOC
ENGINR 3000H Short Term Education Abroad – Honors
  • HFA
  • SOC
ENGLSH 4004 Topics in English-Social Science
  • SOC
ENV_SC 4024 Foundations of Environmental Education
  • SOC
ENV_ST 2070 Introduction to Ecological Economics
  • SOC
ESC_PS 2000 Experiencing Cultural Diversity in the United States
  • 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.