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
ACCTCY 2010 Introduction to Accounting
  • SOC
AFNR 2191 International Agriculture and Natural Resources – Humanities
  • HFA
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 2123 Quantitative Applications in Agricultural Economics
  • MATH
AG_EC 2156 Introduction to Environmental Law
  • SOC
AG_EC 2223 Agricultural Sales
  • SOC
AG_EC 2225 Statistical Analysis
  • MATH
AG_EC 3241 Ethical Issues in Agriculture
  • HFA
AG_EC 3256 Agribusiness and Biotechnology Law
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 2220 Verbal Communication in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • HFA
AG_ED_LD 2250 Personal Leadership Development
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 2260 Team and Organizational Leadership
  • SOC
AG_ED_LD 3010 Leadership in Today’s World
  • BEH
AG_ED_LD 4240 Leading Organizational and Community Change
  • HFA
AG_S_M 1002 Topics in Agricultural Systems Management – Biological/Physical/Math
  • BIO
  • MATH
  • PHYS
AG_S_M 1040 Physical Principles for Agricultural Applications
  • PHYS
AG_S_M 2002 Topics in Agricultural Systems Management – Biological/Physical/Math
  • BIO
  • MATH
  • PHYS
AG_S_M 2020 Environmental Ethics in Agriculture
  • SOC
AN_SCI 1011 Animal Science
  • BIO
AN_SCI 1011H Animal Science – Honors
  • BIO
AN_SCI 1013 Biotechnology in Animal Agriculture
  • BIO
AN_SCI 1175 Biology of Animal Production II
  • BIO
AN_SCI 2110 Global Animal Agriculture
  • BIO
AN_SCI 2111 Sophomore Seminar: Societal Issues Facing Animal Agriculture
  • BIO
AN_SCI 2140 Companion Animals
  • BIO
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 1000 General Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1000H General Anthropology – Honors
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1002 Topics in Anthropology – Biological/Physical/Mathematics
  • BIO
  • MATH
  • PHYS
ANTHRO 1003 Topics in Anthropology – Behavioral
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 1005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 1060 Human Language
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1150 Introduction to Folklore Genres
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 1200 Significant Discoveries of Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1300 Multiculturalism: An Introduction
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1350 Deviance: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • BEH
ANTHRO 1500 Monkeys, Apes and Humans
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2002 Topics in Anthropology – Biological/Physical/Mathematics
  • BIO  2
  • MATH  2
  • PHYS  2
ANTHRO 2003 Topics in Anthropology – Behavioral
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2004 Topics in Anthropology – Social Science
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2005 Topics in Anthropology – Humanities
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2020 Fundamentals of Archaeology with Laboratory
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2021 Fundamentals of Archaeology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2022 Fundamentals of Archaeology Lab
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2030 Cultural Anthropology
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2040 Anthropological Linguistics
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2050 Introduction to Biological Anthropology with Laboratory
  • BIO
ANTHRO 2051 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • BIO
ANTHRO 2052 Biological Anthropology Laboratory
  • BIO
ANTHRO 2100 Indigenous Religions
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2100H Indigenous Religions – Honors
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2150 Introduction to Folklore Field Research
  • BEH
  • HFA
ANTHRO 2215 World Archaeology
  • SOC
ANTHRO 2340 Hunters and Gatherers
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2500 Primate Anatomy and Evolution
  • BIO
ANTHRO 2530 Human Evolution through Film and Literature
  • BIO
ANTHRO 2570 Parents and Offspring
  • BEH
ANTHRO 2580 Evolution of Human Sexuality
  • BEH
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
  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.