A.B/B.S. Requirements

Distribution Courses

Fall Term, 1997 Distribution Courses

Below, you will find courses that may be used to meet the distribution requirements in the areas of Humanities, Social Science, Natural Science, Mathematical and Symbolic Analysis, and Creative Expression. These lists show you that your choices are many and that some of your choices exist in not so obvious places. Use these lists, along with the descriptions in the Course Guide section, to begin planning the academic schedule that best meets your individual needs.

Humanities


Afroamerican and African Studies
108/Hist. of Art 108. Introduction to African Art. (4).

274/English 274. Introduction to Afro-American Literature. (3).

342/Theatre 233. Acting and the Black Experience. (3).

360. Afroamerican Art. (3).

470/Film-Video 470. Cultural Issues in Cinema. (3).

American Culture
204. Themes in American Culture. (3).

213. Introduction to Latino Studies Humanities. (3). (R&E).

217. Introduction to Native American Studies Humanities. (3). (R&E).

240/WS 240. Introduction to Women's Studies. (4). (R&E).

311. Topics in Ethnic Studies. (3).

327/English 387. Latino/Latina Literature of the U.S. (3).

328/Engl. 382. Native American Literature. (3).

335. Arts and Culture in American Life. (3).

351. Race and American Cinema. (4).

Anthropology
Cultural 472/Ling. 409. Language and Culture. (3).

Asian Languages and Cultures
Asian Studies 111/UC 172/Hist. 151. South Asian Civilization. (4).

Asian Studies 230/Buddhist Studies 230/Phil. 230/Rel. 230. Introduction to Buddhism. (4).

Asian Studies 476/RC Hums. 476/Chinese 476. Writer and Society in Modern China. (4).

Buddhist Studies 230/Asian Studies 230/Phil. 230/Rel. 230. Introduction to Buddhism. (4).

Buddhist Studies 252/Religion 250/WS 250. Religion and Culture: Feminine and Masculine Images of Religious Experience. (3).

Chinese 250. Undergraduate Seminar in Chinese Culture. (3).

Chinese 468/Phil. 468. Classical Chinese Thought (To A.D. 220). (3).

Chinese 471. Classical Chinese Literature in Translation. (3).

Chinese 476/RC Hums. 476/Asian Studies 476. Writer and Society in Modern China. (4).

Japanese 250. Undergraduate Seminar in Japanese Culture. (3).

Japanese 401. Japanese Literature in Translation: Classical Periods to 1600. (3).

South & Southeast Asia 225/Rel. 225. Hinduism. (3).

South & Southeast Asia 250. Undergraduate Seminar in South and Southeast Asian Culture. (3).

South & Southeast Asia 320. Sikh History I (18th-19th Centuries). (3).

Classical Studies
Classical Archaeology 221/Hist. of Art 221. Introduction to Greek Archaeology. (4).

Classical Archaeology 365/Class. Civ. 365. Alexander the Great: The Making of a Legend. (3).

Classical Archaeology 422/Hist. of Art 422. Etruscan Art and Archaeology. (3).

Classical Archaeology 424/Hist. of Art 424. Archaeology of the Roman Provinces. (3).

Classical Archaeology 435/Hist. of Art 435. The Art and Archaeology of Asia Minor. (3).

Classical Civilization 101. Classical Civilization I: The Ancient Greek World (in English). (4).

Classical Civilization 120. First-year Seminar in Classical Civilization (Humanities). (3).

Classical Civilization 365/Class. Arch. 365. Alexander the Great: The Making of a Legend. (3).

Classical Civilization 372. Sports and Daily Life in Ancient Rome. (4).

Classical Civilization 388/Phil. 388. History of Philosophy: Ancient. (4).

Classical Civilization 466/Rel. 468. Greek Religion. (3).

Comparative Literature
240. Introduction to Comparative Literature. (3).

424. Literature and Other Disciplines. (3).

434. Comparative Studies in Poetry. (3).

English
140. First-Year Literary Seminar. (3).

225. Argumentative Writing. (4).

230. Introduction to Short Story and Novel. (3).

239. What is Literature? (3).

240. Introduction to Poetry. (3).

245/RC Hums. 280/Theatre 211. Introduction to Drama and Theatre. (4).

267. Introduction to Shakespeare. (4).

270. Introduction to American Literature. (3).

274/CAAS 274. Introduction to Afro-American Literature. (3).

285. Introduction to Twentieth-Century Literature. (3).

305. Introduction to Modern English. (3).

313. Topics in Literary Studies. (4).

315/WS 315. Women and Literature. (3).

317. Literature and Culture. (3).

367. Shakespeare's Principal Plays. (4).

382/Amer. Cult. 328. Native American Literature. (3).

383. Topics in Jewish Literature. (3).

387/Amer. Cult. 327. Latino/Latina Literature of the U.S. (3).

412/Film-Video 412. Major Directors. (3).

413/Film-Video 413. Film Genres and Types. (3).

443/Theatre 321. History of Theatre I. (3).

449/Theatre 423. American Theatre and Drama. (3).

455/MARC 455. Medieval English Literature. (3).

Film and Video Studies
236/RC Hums. 236. The Art of the Film. (4).

412/English 412. Major Directors. (3).

413/English 413. Film Genres and Types. (3).

470/CAAS 470. Cultural Issues in Cinema. (3).

Germanic Languages and Literatures
German 180. First Year Seminar. (3).

German 250. Literature and Culture of War in Germany. (3).

German 360. Art and Politics in the Weimar Republic. (3).

Great Books
191. Great Books. (4).

201. Great Books of the Ancient World. (4).

291. Great Books of Modern Literature. (4).

History
132/APTIS 100/ACABS 100/HJCS 100. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).

151/UC 172/Asian Studies 111. South Asian Civilization. (4).

197. Freshman Seminar. (3).

200. Greece to 201 B.C. (4).

250. China from the Oracle Bones to the Opium War. (3).

266. Twentieth-Century American Wars as Social and Personal Experience. (4).

285. Science, Technology, and Society: 1940 to the Present. (4).

286/Rel. 286. A History of Eastern Christianity from the 4th to the 18th Century. (3).

397. History Colloquium. (3).

History of Art
101. Near Eastern and European Art from the Stone Age to the End of the Middle Ages. (4).

102. Western Art from the End of the Middle Ages to the Present. (4).

108/CAAS 108. Introduction to African Art. (4).

112/Art 112. History of Photography. (4).

194. First Year Seminar. (3).

211/UC 182/WS 211. Gender and Popular Culture. (4).

221/Class. Arch. 221. Introduction to Greek Archaeology. (4).

251/MARC 251. Italian Renaissance Art, II. (4).

260. European Painting and Sculpture of the Seventeenth Century. (3).

271. European Painting of the Nineteenth Century. (4).

422/Class. Arch. 422. Etruscan Art and Archaeology. (3).

424/Class. Arch. 424. Archaeology of the Roman Provinces. (3).

435/Class. Arch. 435. The Art and Archaeology of Asia Minor. (3).

448. Medieval Manuscript Illumination. (3).

College Honors
251. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

Inteflex
211. Introduction to Health Care, I. (4).

Judaic Studies
296/HJCS 296/Rel. 296. Perspectives on the Holocaust. (4).

Linguistics
102. First Year Seminar (Humanities). (3).

409/Anthro. 472. Language and Culture. (3).

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC)
251/Hist. of Art 251. Italian Renaissance Art, II. (4).

455/English 455. Medieval English Literature. (3).

Near Eastern Studies
ACABS 100/APTIS 100/HJCS 100/Hist 132. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).

ACABS 121/Rel. 121. Introduction to the Tanakh/Old Testament. (4).

ACABS 200/Rel. 201/APTIS 200/HJCS 200. Introduction to World Religions: Near Eastern. (4).

ACABS 221/Rel. 280. Jesus and the Gospels. (4).

ACABS 281. Ancient Egypt and its World. (4).

APTIS 100/ACABS 100/HJCS 100/Hist. 132. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).

APTIS 200/Rel. 201/ACABS 200/HJCS 200. Introduction to World Religions: Near Eastern. (4).

APTIS 381. Introduction to Arab Literature in Translation. (3).

HJCS 100/APTIS 100/ACABS 100/Hist. 132. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).

HJCS 200/Rel. 201/ACABS 200/APTIS 200. Introduction to World Religions: Near Eastern. (4).

HJCS 296/Judaic Studies 296/Rel. 296. Perspectives on the Holocaust. (4).

Philosophy
180. Introductory Logic. (3).

181. Philosophical Issues: An Introduction. (3).

201. Introduction to Logic. (3).

202. Introduction to Philosophy. (3).

230/Buddhist Studies 230/Asian Studies 230/Rel. 230. Introduction to Buddhism. (4).

232. Problems of Philosophy. (4).

234. Introduction to Philosophy: Types of Philosophy. (4).

297. Honors Introduction to Philosophy. (3).

340. Mind, Matter, and Machines. (3).

344. Ethics and Health Care. (3).

345. Language and Mind. (3).

355. Contemporary Moral Problems. (4).

361. Ethics. (4).

365/Rel. 365. Problems of Religion. (4).

368. Philosophy of Film. (3).

371. Existentialism. (3).

388/Class. Civil. 388. History of Philosophy: Ancient. (4).

468/Chinese 468. Classical Chinese Thought (To A.D. 220). (3).

Religion
121/ACABS 121. Introduction to the Tanakh/Old Testament. (4).

201/ACABS 200/APTIS 200/HJCS 200. Introduction to World Religions: Near Eastern. (4).

225/S&SEA 225. Hinduism. (3).

230/Asian Studies 230/Buddhist Studies 230/Phil. 230. Introduction to Buddhism. (4).

250/Budd. Studies 252/WS 250. Religion and Culture: Feminine and Masculine Images of Religious Experience. (3).

280/ACABS 221. Jesus and the Gospels. (4).

286/Hist. 286. A History of Eastern Christianity from the 4th to the 18th Century. (3).

296/HJCS 296/Judaic Studies 296. Perspectives on the Holocaust. (4).

312. Church and American Society. (3).

365/Phil. 365. Problems of Religion. (4).

Residential College Humanities
236/Film Video 236. The Art of the Film. (4).

251. Topics in Music. (4).

280/English 245/Theatre 211. Introduction to Drama and Theatre. (4).

291. The Experience of Arts and Ideas in the Nineteenth Century. (4).

309. Classical Sources of Modern Culture. (4).

313/Slavic Film 313. Russian Cinema. (3).

317. The Writings of Latinas. (4).

410. Upperclass Literature Seminar. (4).

451/Russian 451. Survey of Russian Literature. (3).

476/Chinese 476/Asian Studies 476. Writer and Society in Modern China. (4).

Romance Languages and Literatures
French 240. French and Francophone Topics in Translation. (3).

Italian 150. First Year Seminar in Italian Studies. (3).

Italian 310. Italian Cities. (3).

Slavic Languages and Literatures
Russian 231/UC 174. Russian Culture and Society: An Introduction. (3).

Russian 449. Twentieth-Century Russian Literature. (3).

Russian 451/RC Hums. 451. Survey of Russian Literature. (3).

Russian 462. Dostoevsky. (3).

Polish 425. Polish Literature in English. (3).

Slavic Film and Surveys 150. First Year Seminar. (3).

Slavic Film and Surveys 225/UC 173. Arts and Cultures of Central Europe. (3).

Slavic Film and Surveys 313/RC Hums. 313. Russian Cinema. (3).

Theatre and Drama
211/RC Hums. 280/English 245. Introduction to Drama and Theatre. (4).

233/CAAS 342. Acting and the Black Experience. (3).

321/English 443. History of Theatre I. (3).

423/English 449. American Theatre and Drama. (3).

University Courses
150. First-Year Humanities Seminar. (3).

172/Asian Studies 111/Hist. 151. South Asian Civilization. (4).

173/Slavic Surveys 225. Arts and Cultures of Central Europe. (3).

174/Russian 231. Russian Culture and Society: An Introduction. (3).

182/Hist. of Art 211/WS 211. Gender and Popular Culture. (4).

Women's Studies
150. Humanities Seminars on Women and Gender. (3).

211/UC 182/Hist. of Art 211. Gender and Popular Culture. (4).

240/Amer. Cult. 240. Introduction to Women's Studies. (4). (R&E).

250/Religion 250/Budd. Studies 252. Religion and Culture: Feminine and Masculine Images of Religious Experience. (3).

315/English 315. Women and Literature. (3).

Humanities Courses requiring a knowledge of a foreign language

Classical Studies
Greek 401. Readings in Classical Greek Prose. (3).

Latin 301. Intermediate Latin I. (3).

Latin 401. Republican Prose. (3).

Latin 409. Augustan Poetry. (3).

Germanic Languages and Literatures
German 381. Eighteenth to Nineteenth-Century Drama. (3).

German 384. Short Fiction: Romanticism to Realism. (3).

Near Eastern Studies
HJCS 471. Introduction to Modern Hebrew Literature, I. (3).

HJCS 571. Israeli Literature, I. (3).

Romance Languages and Literatures
French 250. First-Year Seminar in French and Francophone Studies. (4).

French 270. French and Francophone Literature and Culture. (4).

French 274. French and Francophone Societies and Culture. (4).

French 367. Literature, History, and Culture of Early Modern France. ( 3).

French 368. Enlightenment, Revolution, and Romanticism. (3).

French 369. Literature, History, and Culture of Modernity. (3).

French 384. Origins of Contemporary France: From the Gauls to de Gaulle. (3).

Italian 340. Contemporary Italian Culture. (3).

Italian 387. Italian Renaissance Literature. (3).

Spanish 320. Introduction to the Study of Literature. (3).

Spanish 332. Short Narrative in Latin America/Spain. (3).

Spanish 371. Survey of Spanish Literature, I. (3).

Spanish 381. Survey of Latin American Literature, I. (3).

Spanish 459. Don Quijote. (3).



Social Science

Afroamerican and African Studies
100. Introduction to Afro-American Studies. (4).

103. Fist Year Social Science Seminar. (3).

230/Hist. 274. Survey of Afro-American History I. (3).

303/Soc. 303. Race and Ethnic Relations. (4). (R&E).

426. Urban Redevelopment and Social Justice. (3).

446/Hist. 446. Africa to 1850. (3).

American Culture
100. What is an American? (4).

206. Themes in American Culture. (3).

214. Introduction to Asian American Studies Social Science. (3). (R&E).

304/Soc. 304. American Immigration. (3).

310. Topics in Ethnic Studies. (3).

345. American Politics and Society. (3).

Anthropology, Cultural
101. Introduction to Anthropology. (4). (R&E).

222. The Comparative Study of Cultures. (4).

286. Food in Human Affairs. (4).

298. Topics in Cultural Anthropology. (3).

315. Native American Peoples of North America. (4).

319. Latin American Society and Culture. (4).

333. Non-Western Legal Systems, I. (3).

416/Hist. 476. Latin America: The Colonial Period. (4).

489. Maya and Central American Archaeology. (3).

Communication Studies
101. The Mass Media. (4).

102. Media Processes and Effects. (4).

211. Evaluating Information. (4). (QR/1).

351. Structure and Function of Media Systems. (4).

361. Processes of Mediated Communication. (4).

371. Media, Culture, and Society. (4).

381. Media Impact on Knowledge, Values, and Behavior. (4).

453. The Media in American History. (3).

485/Soc. 463. Mass Communication and Public Opinion. (3).

Economics
101. Principles of Economics I. (4). (QR/2).

102. Principles of Economics II. (4). (QR/2).

108. Introductory Microeconomics Workshop. (1).

195. Seminar in Introductory Economics. (3).

310. Money and Banking. (3).

330. American Industries. (3).

340. International Economics. (3).

401. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory. (4). (QR/1).

402. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory. (3). (QR/1).

History
110. Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe. (4).

160. United States to 1865. (4).

161. United States, 1865 to the Present. (4).

210/MARC 210. Early Middle Ages, 300-1100. (4).

218. The Vietnam War, 1945-1975. (4).

220. Survey of British History to 1688. (4).

274/CAAS 230. Survey of Afro-American History I. (3).

318. Europe in the Era of Total War, 1870-1945. (4).

332/REES 395/Pol. Sci. 395/Slavic 395/Soc. 392. Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States. (4).

396. History Colloquium. (3).

433. Imperial Russia. (4).

446/CAAS 446. Africa to 1850. (3).

460. American Colonial History to 1776. (3).

466. The United States, 1901-1933. (4).

476/Anthro. 416. Latin America: The Colonial Period. (4).

College Honors
250. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

Linguistics
119. Conversation. (3).

210. Introduction to Linguistic Analysis. (4).

211. Introduction to Language. (3).

313. Sound Patterns. (3).

451/Psych. 451. Development of Language and Thought. (3).

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC)
210/Hist. 210. Early Middle Ages, 300-1100. (4).

Physics
419/Public Policy 519/NR&E 574/RC Nat. Sci. 419. Energy Demand. (3).

Political Science
101. Introduction to Political Theory. (4).

111. Introduction to American Politics. (4).

140. Introduction to Comparative Politics. (4).

160. Introduction to World Politics. (4).

395/REES 395/Slavic 395/Hist. 332/Soc. 392. Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States. (4).

Psychology
111. Introduction to Psychology. (4).

114. Honors Introduction to Psychology. (4).

120. First-Year Seminar in Psychology as a Social Science. (3).

350. Introduction to Developmental Psychology. (4).

370. Introduction to Psychopathology. (4).

380. Introduction to Social Psychology. (4).

390. Introduction to the Psychology of Personality. (4).

411/WS 419. Gender and Group Process in a Multicultural Context. (3).

451/Ling. 451. Development of Language and Thought. (3).

453. Socialization of the Child. (3).

455. Cognitive Development. (3).

459. Psychology of Aging. (3).

470. Introduction to Community Psychology. (3).

471. Marriage and the Family. (3).

488/Soc. 465. Sociological Analysis of Deviant Behavior. (3).

490. Political Psychology. (3).

Residential College
Natural Science 419/Public Policy 519/NR&E 574/Physics 419. Energy Demand. (3).

Social Science 220/Soc. 220. Political Economy. (4).

Social Science 301. Social Science Theory I: From Social Contract to Oedipus Complex. (3).

Social Science 388. Transitions to Capitalism. (4).

Russian and East European Studies (REES)
395/Hist. 332/Pol. Sci. 395/Slavic 395/Soc. 392. Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States. (4).

Slavic Languages and Literatures
Slavic Surveys 395/REES 395/Pol. Sci. 395/Hist. 332/Soc. 392. Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States. (4).

Sociology
100. Principles of Sociology. (4).

101. Person and Society: An Introduction to Sociology Through Social Psychology. (4).

102. Contemporary Social Issues: An Introduction to Sociology. (4).

195. Principles in Sociology (Honors). (4).

105. First Year Seminar in Sociology. (3).

220/RC Soc. Sci. 220. Political Economy. (4).

303/CAAS 303. Race and Ethnic Relations. (4). (R&E).

304/Amer. Cult. 304. American Immigration. (3).

330. Population Problems. (3).

392/REES 395/Hist. 332/Pol. Sci. 395/Slavic 395. Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States. (4).

447/WS 447. Gender Roles and Status. (3).

450. Political Sociology. (3).

454. Law and Social Organization. (3).

463/Comm. 485. Mass Communication and Public Opinion. (3).

465/Psych. 488. Sociological Analysis of Deviant Behavior. (3).

University Courses
151. First-Year Social Science Seminar. (3).

Women's Studies
220/Nursing 220. Perspectives in Women's Health. (3).

270. Women and the Law. (3).

346. African-American Women in Context. (3).

419/Psych. 411. Gender and Group Process in a Multicultural Context. (3).

447/Soc. 447. Gender Roles and Status. (3).



Natural Science

Anthropology, Biological
161. Introduction to Biological Anthropology. (4).

168. First Year Seminar in Primate Field Studies. (3).

361. Biology, Society, and Culture. (3).

364. Nutrition and Evolution. (4).

368/Psych. 437. Primate Social Behavior I. (4).

Astronomy
101. Introductory Astronomy: The Solar System. (4). (QR/2).

102. Introductory Astronomy: Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe. (4). (QR/2).

111. Introductory Astronomy: The Solar System. (4). (QR/2).

112. Introductory Astronomy: Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe. (4). (QR/2).

204/AOSS 204/Geology 204. The Planets: Their Geology and Climates. (3).

Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences
202. The Atmosphere. (3).

Biology
100. Biology for Nonscientists. (4).

101. Biology and Human Affairs. (4).

107. Evolution of Life. (4).

110/AOSS 171/UC 110/NR&E 110. Introduction to Global Change I. (4).

130. Animal Behavior. (3).

140. Genetics and Society. (4).

152. Introduction to Biology: Term A. (4).

154. Introduction to Biology: Term B. (4).

207. Introductory Microbiology. (4).

224. Biology of Cancer. (3).

281. General Ecology. (3).

Chemistry
105/AOSS 105. Our Changing Atmosphere. (3).

108/Geol. 130/Phys. 119. The Physical World. (4). (QR/2).

125. General and Inorganic Chemistry: Laboratory. (2).

130. General Chemistry: Macroscopic Investigations and Reaction Principles. (3). (QR/2).

210. Structure and Reactivity I. (4).

211. Investigations in Chemistry. (1).

215. Structure and Reactivity II. (3).

216. Synthesis and Characterization of Organic Compounds. (2).

230. Physical Chemical Principles and Applications. (3).

241. Introduction to Chemical Analysis. (2).

242. Introduction to Chemical Analysis Laboratory. (2).

260. Chemical Principles. (3).

302. Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure, Reactivity, and Function. (3).

Computer Science
380/EECS 380. Data Structures and Algorithms. (4).

Environmental Studies
124/Geol. 124/AOSS 124. Environment, People, Resources. (2).

353/Physics 250. Energy, Entropy, and Environment. (3).

360/Geol. 280. Mineral Resources, Economics and the Environment. (4). (QR/2).

Geography
201/Geol. 201. Introductory Geography: Water, Climate, and Mankind. (4).

Geological Sciences
100. Coral Reefs. (1).

107. Volcanoes and Earthquakes. (1).

110. The History of the Oceans. (1).

111. Climate and Mankind. (1).

115. Geologic Time. (1).

117. Introduction to Geology. (5).

118. Introductory Geology Laboratory. (1).

119. Introductory Geology Lectures. (4).

124/AOSS 124/Environ. Stud. 124. Environment, People, Resources. (2).

125. Evolution and Extinction. (3).

130/Phys. 119/Chem. 108. The Physical World. (4).
(QR/2).


201/Geography 201. Introductory Geography: Water, Climate, and Mankind. (4).

204/AOSS 204/Astronomy 204. The Planets: Their Geology and Climates. (3).

205. How the Earth Works: the Dynamic Planet. (2).

222. Introductory Oceanography. (3). (QR/2).

223. Introductory Oceanography, Laboratory. (1). (QR/2).

232. Earth Materials. (4).

269. Evolution of the Earth. (3).

271. Natural Hazards. (3).

273. Contemporary Dinosaurs. (3).

280/Environ. Stud. 360. Mineral Resources, Economics and the Environment. (4). (QR/2).

283. Evolution of North America. (3).

284. Environmental Geology. (4).

College Honors
252. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

Natural Resources and Environment (NR&E)
301. Ecological Issues. (4).

Physics
103. The Physical Universe: Relativity and Quanta. (1).

104. The Physical Universe: What Einstein Never Knew. (1).

106. Everyday Physics. (3).

107. 20th Century Concepts of Space, Time, and Matter. (3). (QR/1).

112. Cosmology: The Science of the Universe. (3).

119/Geol. 130/Chem. 108. The Physical World. (4).
(QR/2).


125. General Physics: Mechanics, Sound, and Heat. (4). (QR/1).

126. General Physics: Electricity and Light. (4).
(QR/1).


127. Mechanics, Heat, and Sound Lab. (1).

128. Electricity and Light Lab. (1).

140. General Physics I. (4). (QR/1).

141. Elementary Laboratory I. (1).

145. General Physics. (3). (QR/1).

160. Honors Physics I. (4). (QR/1).

201. Physics, Truth and Consequences. (3). (QR/2).

240. General Physics II. (4). (QR/1).

241. Elementary Laboratory II. (1).

250/Environ. Studies 353. Energy, Entropy, and Environment. (3).

260. Honors Physics II. (4). (QR/1).

Physiology
101. Introduction to Human Physiology. (4).

Psychology
116. Introduction to Mind and Brain. (4).

121. First-Year Seminar in Psychology as a Natural Science. (3).

330. Introduction to Biopsychology. (4).

335. Introduction to Animal Behavior. (4).

340. Introduction to Cognitive Psychology. (4).

341. Superlab in Psychology as a Natural Science. (4).

345. Introduction to Human Neuropsychology. (4).

437/Anthro. 368. Primate Social Behavior I. (4).

442. Perception, Science, and Reality. (3).

444. Perception. (3).

Residential College
Natural Science 232. History of Life. (4).

Natural Science 250. Ecology, Development, and Conservation in Latin America. (4).

Natural Science 263/Urban Planning 263. Energy and the Environment. (4).

Natural Science 343. Scientific Change. (4).

Statistics
402. Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis. (4). (QR/1).

University Courses
110/AOSS 171/Biol. 110/NR&E 110. Introduction to Global Change I. (4).

Mathematical and Symbolic Analysis

Computer Science
100/EECS 100. Introduction to Computing Systems. (4).

183/EECS 183. Elementary Programming Concepts. (4).

270/EECS 270. Introduction to Logic Design. (4).

280/EECS 280. Programming and Introductory Data Structures. (4).

303/EECS 303. Discrete Structures. (4).

Economics
405/Stat. 405. Introduction to Statistics. (4). (QR/1).

Mathematics
105. Data, Functions, and Graphs. (4). (QR/1).

112. Brief Calculus. (4).

115. Calculus I. (4). (QR/1).

116. Calculus II. (4). (QR/1).

119. Calculus II Using MAPLE. (4). (QR/1).

127. Geometry and the Imagination. (4). (QR/1).

128. Explorations in Number Theory. (4). (QR/1).

147. Introduction to Interest Theory. (3).

156. Applied Honors Calculus II. (4). (QR/1).

175. Combinatorics and Calculus. (4). (QR/1).

185. Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus I. (4).
(QR/1).


215. Calculus III. (4). (QR/1).

216. Introduction to Differential Equations. (4).

217. Linear Algebra. (4). (QR/1).

256. Applied Honors Calculus IV. (4).

285. Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus III. (4).

295. Honors Mathematics I. (4). (QR/1).

403. Mathematical Modeling Using Computer Algebra Systems. (3). (QR/1).

425/Stat. 425. Introduction to Probability. (3).

Philosophy
303. Introduction to Symbolic Logic. (3).

Residential College
Core 105. Logic and Language. (4).

Sociology
210. Elementary Statistics. (4). (QR/1).

Statistics
100. Introduction to Statistical Reasoning. (4). (QR/1).

125. Games, Gambling and Coincidences. (3). (QR/1).

405/Econ. 405. Introduction to Statistics. (4). (QR/1).

425/Math. 425. Introduction to Probability. (3).

426. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics. (3).

Creative Expression

English
223. Creative Writing. (3).

323. Creative Writing. (3).

Film and Video Studies
200. Introduction to Film, Video and Television Production. (3).

Residential College
Arts 267. Introduction to Holography. (4).

Arts 269. Elements of Design. (4).

Arts 285. Photography. (4).

Arts 288. Introduction to Drawing. (4).

Arts 289. Ceramics. (4).

Humanities 220. Narration. (4).

Humanities 221. The Writing of Poetry. (4).

Humanities 222. Writing for Children and Young Adults. (4).

Humanities 320. Advanced Narration. (4).

Humanities 321. Advanced Poetry Writing. (4).

Humanities 282. Drama Interpretation I: Actor and Text. (4).

Humanities 250. Chamber Music. (1).

Humanities 253. Choral Ensemble. (1).

Humanities 254. The Human Voice as An Acoustical Instrument. (4).

Theatre and Drama
101. Introduction to Acting 1. (3).

102. Introduction to Acting 2. (3).

245. Introduction to Stage Management. (2).

Courses in Non-LS&A Units offering courses with Creative Expression designation (Credits are counted as Non-LS&A)

Art and Design (Division 010)

101. Ceramics I.

111. Painting I.

114. Drawing Mini-course.

115. Basic Drawing I.

116. Basic Drawing II.

121. Fibers: Introduction.

125. Basic Design I.

126. Basic Design II.

131. Graphic Design I.

161. Photography: Introduction.

191. Sculpture I.

254. Jewelry Casting.

261. Photography I.

Architecture (Division 005)

201. Introduction to Communication Skills.

202. Graphic Communication.

218. Visual Studies.

Performance Piano (Division 639)

110. Performance.

111. Performance.

Dance (Division 671)

101. Introduction to Modern Dance.

102. Introduction to Modern Dance.

111. Introduction to Ballet.

112. Introduction to Ballet.

121. Introduction to Jazz Dance.

122. Introduction to Jazz Dance.

241. Afro-American Dance.

Ensemble (Division 672): All Courses

Courses in other Music Performance divisions (viz., other than Piano Performance) may also be used for Creative Expression, but enrollment is restricted to students of advanced ability. Request forms for performance instruction are available at the Information Office, Room 2249, School of Music, North Campus.


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