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
ANTHRO 2300 Anthropology of War
  • BEH
  • SOC
ASTRON 2100 Archaeo-Astronomy
  • PHYS
BL_STU 1334 Women, Race and Class
  • SOC
BL_STU 2120 Black Women in American Politics
  • SOC
BL_STU 2870 Black Political Thought
  • SOC
C_S_D 3230 Hearing Science
  • BIO
CHEM 2050 Introduction to Organic Chemistry with Lab
  • PHYS
COMMUN 2500 Introduction to Communication
  • BEH
  • HFA
ECONOM 3261 Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe & Former Soviet Union
  • SOC
ENGLSH 1810 Introduction to Film: The Beginnings to 1945
  • HFA
ENGLSH 1820 Introduction to Film: 1945-Present
  • HFA
ENV_SC 1100 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • PHYS
FILM_S 1810 Introduction to Film: The Beginnings to 1945
  • HFA
FILM_S 1820 Introduction to Film: 1945-Present
  • HFA
FILM_S 2810 Introduction to Film Analysis
  • HFA
FINPLN 2180 Personal and Family Management
  • SOC
FRENCH 2340 Sub-Saharan Francophone Literature in Translation
  • HFA
FRENCH 2360 Modern French Feminism
  • HFA
GEOL 1300 Geology of Our National Parks
  • PHYS
GERMAN 2810 Introduction to Film Analysis
  • HFA
GN_HON 2241H Creating a New Nation
  • BEH
  • SOC
GN_HON 2242H Creating the Modern Society
  • BEH
  • SOC
H_D_FS 4670 The Politics of Reproduction and Fertility Control
  • BEH
HIST 3840 Nonviolence in the Modern World
  • SOC
IMSE 2030 Fundamentals of Systems Design and Analysis
  • SOC
PEA_ST 2300 Anthropology of War
  • BEH
  • SOC
PEA_ST 3410 Social Bases of War and Peace
  • SOC
PHIL 3300 Between Kant and Hegel
  • HFA
PHIL 4220H Philosophy of Religion – Honors
  • HFA
PHYSCS 1440 Physics of Sound and Music
  • PHYS
PLNT_S 2120 Plant Science Laboratory
  • BIO
POL_SC 1700 Introduction to Political Science
  • SOC
POL_SC 1700H Introduction to Political Science – Honors
  • SOC
POL_SC 4620 Politics in India and South Asia
  • SOC
POL_SC 4860 Liberal Thought and the Ownership of the Self
  • SOC
POL_SC 4870 Environmental Theory and Politics
  • SOC
POL_SC 4880 Feminist Political Thought
  • SOC
PORT 2004 Topics in Portuguese – Social Science
  • SOC
PSYCH 1010 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
  • BEH
REL_ST 3110 History of Religion in Post-Civil War America
  • HFA
REL_ST 3110H History of Religion in Post-Civil War America – Honors
  • HFA
REL_ST 3430 Revelation and Apocalyptic Literature
  • HFA
REL_ST 3510 Origins of Rabbinic Judaism
  • HFA
REL_ST 3520 Judaism in the Middle Ages through the Enlightenment
  • HFA
REL_ST 4550H The Historical Jesus – Honors
  • HFA
REL_ST 4650 The Greek New Testament
  • HFA
RM_LAN 2004 Undergraduate Topics in Romance Languages – Social Science
  • SOC
RM_LAN 2810 Introduction to Film Analysis
  • HFA
RU_SOC 3000 Urban Sociology
  • SOC
S_A_ST 4620 Politics in India and South Asia
  • SOC
SOCIOL 3410 Social Bases of War and Peace
  • SOC
SPAN 2004 Undergraduate Topics in Spanish – Social Science
  • SOC
SPAN 2360 Chicano Literature
  • HFA
SPAN 2370 Puerto Rican Literature
  • HFA
SPAN 2380 Spanish American Women Writers
  • HFA
SPAN 2390 Latin American Women’s Culture
  • HFA
T_A_M 3110 Textiles and Apparel in the Global Economy
  • SOC
WGST 1334 Women, Race, and Class
  • SOC
WGST 2230 U.S. Women’s Political History, 1880-Present
  • SOC
WGST 4860 Liberal Thought and the Ownership of the Self
  • SOC
WGST 4880 Feminist Political Thought
  • 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.