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.

Course Name Course Title Category
AFNR 3215 Community Food Systems
  • SOC
AG_EC 3241 Ethical Issues in Agriculture
  • HFA
AG_EC 3256 Agribusiness and Biotechnology Law
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 3010 Leadership in Today’s World
  • BEH
AG_ED_LD 4240 Leading Organizational and Community Change
  • HFA
AG_JRN 3210 Fundamentals of Communications → Changed to SCI_AG_J 3210
  • HFA  1
AG_JRN 3240 Communicating on the Web → Changed to SCI_AG_J 3240
  • HFA
AN_SCI 3213 Genetics of Agricultural Plants and Animals
  • BIO
AN_SCI 3254 Physiology of Domestic Animals
  • BIO
AN_SCI 3254H Physiology of Domestic Animals – Honors
  • BIO
AN_SCI 4354 Physiology and Biochemistry of Muscle as Food
  • BIO
ANTHRO 3002 Topics in Anthropology – Biological/Physical/Mathematics
  • BIO
  • MATH
  • PHYS
ANTHRO 3003 Topics in Anthropology – Behavioral Science
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 3005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 3150 American Folklore
  • HFA
ANTHRO 3340 Human Nature
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3340H Human Nature – Honors
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3380 Native American Religions
  • HFA
ANTHRO 3380H Native American Religions – Honors
  • HFA
ANTHRO 3470 Culture as Communication
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3490 Indian Cinema
  • HFA
ANTHRO 3540 Human Biology and Life History
  • BIO
ANTHRO 3560 Plagues and Peoples
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3600 North American Indian Culture
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3610 Peoples of Canada
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3650 Aztec, Maya, and Inca Civilization
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3660 Peoples of the Andes
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3680 Plants and People in Native America
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3700 Cultures of Europe
  • BEH
ANTHRO 3780 Cultures of Southeast Asia
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4002 Topics in Anthropology – Biological/Physical/Mathematics
  • BIO
  • MATH
  • PHYS
ANTHRO 4003 Topics in Anthropology – Behavioral Science
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 4005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4150 Special Themes in Folklore
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4160 Themes in Africana Folklore
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4170 Oral Tradition
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4200 Environment and Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4240 History of Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4280 Archaeology of Religion
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4300 Comparative Social Organization
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4320 Ecological and Environmental Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4340 Cultural Evolution and Change
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4350 Psychological Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4360 Medical Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4370 Anthropology of Gender
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4380 Anthropological Theories of Religion
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 4385 Anthropology of Shamanism
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4400 Language and Culture
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4412 Gender, Language, and Communication
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4420 Historical Linguistics
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4500 Human Origins
  • BIO
ANTHRO 4520 Functional Morphology of the Human Skeleton
  • BIO
ANTHRO 4540 Human Biological Variation
  • BIO
ANTHRO 4560 Anthropological Genetics → Changed to ANTHRO 4885
  • BIO
ANTHRO 4580 Evolutionary Medicine
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4600 Ethnographic Studies of Selected Cultures
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4620 North American Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4640 Prehistory of the Greater Southwest
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4650 Prehistory of Mesoamerica
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4670 Archaeology of South America
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4680 Cultures and Peoples of the Amazon
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4700 Old World Prehistory
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4720 Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4740 Celtic and Iron Age Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4770 Asiatic Prehistory
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4790 Culture and Society in South Asia
  • SOC
ANTHRO 4830 Ethnographic Methods
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4840 The Comparative Method in Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4880 Demographic Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 4885 Anthropological Genetics
  • BIO
AR_H_A 3005 Topics in Art History and Archaeology- Humanities
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3005H Topics in Art History and Archaeology – Humanities – Honors
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3010 Study Abroad in Art History & Archaeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3120 Art and Gender in Antiquity
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3210 Near Eastern and Egyptian Art and Archaeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3310 Greek Art and Archaeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3410 Roman Art and Archaeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3510 Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Archeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3520 Early Medieval Art and Archaeology
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3530 Late Medieval Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3620 Italian Renaissance Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3630 Northern Renaissance Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3640 Baroque Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3720 Cities in the Western Imagination
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3730 Eighteenth Century European Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3740 Nineteenth Century European Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3750 Modern Art in Europe and America
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3760 Contemporary Art
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3775 The Ancient World on Film
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3780 Architecture in Film
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3785 Arts and Artists on Film
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3790 Indian Cinema
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3830 American Art and Culture, 1500-1820
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3840 American Art and Culture, 1820-1913
  • HFA
AR_H_A 3850 American Art and Culture, 1913-Present
  • HFA
AR_H_A 4005 Topics in Art History and Archaeology-Humanities
  • HFA
AR_H_A 4120 Women, Art and Society 1700-1920
  • HFA
AR_H_A 4320 Archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age
  • 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.