Winter 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, and not excluded. 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
Social Science
Natural Science
Not Excluded

Humanities

Afroamerican and African Studies
338/English 320. Literature in Afro-American Culture. (3).
341/Theatre 222. Introduction to Black Theatre. (3).
464/MHM 464. Music of the Caribbean. (3).
335/Rel. 310. Religion in the Afro-American Experience. (3).

American Culture
103. First Year Seminar in American Studies. (3).
201. American Values. (4).
203. Periods in American Culture. (3).
204. Themes in American Culture. (3).
213. Introduction to Latino Studies Humanities. (3). (RandE).
215. Introduction to Asian American Studies Humanities. (3). (RandE).
217. Introduction to Native American Studies Humanities. (3). (RandE).
240/WS 240. Introduction to Women's Studies. (4). (RandE).
260/Hist. 260. Religion in America. (3).
324/Engl. 381. Asian American Literature. (3).
332/Hist. of Art 332. Art on Trial: American Public Monuments and Political Controversy. (3).
351. Race and American Cinema. (4).

Anthropology
Cultural 330. Culture, Thought, and Meaning. (4).

Asian Languages and Cultures
Asian Studies 220/Buddhist Studies 220/Rel. 202. Introduction to World Religions: South and East Asia. (4).
475/Chinese 475/Hist. of Art 487/RC Hums. 475/Phil. 475. The Arts and Letters of China. (4).
Buddhist Studies 220/Asian Studies 220/Rel. 202. Introduction to World Religions: South and East Asia. (4).
Buddhist Studies 250. Undergraduate Seminar in Buddhist Studies. (3).
Chinese 250. Undergraduate Seminar in Chinese Culture. (3).
Chinese 469/Phil. 469. Later Chinese Thought (A.D. 220-1849). (3).
Chinese 472. Traditional Chinese Drama and Fiction in Translation. (3).
Chinese 475/Asian Studies 475/Hist. of Art 487/RC Hums. 475/Philosophy 475. The Arts and Letters of China. (4).
Japanese 250. Undergraduate Seminar in Japanese Culture. (3).
Japanese 402. Japanese Literature in Translation: Edo and Modern Periods. (3).
Japanese 490. Introduction to Japanese Linguistics. (3).
Korean 249/Hist. 249. Introduction to Korean Civilization. (3).
South and Southeast Asia 250. Undergraduate Seminar in South and Southeast Asian Culture. (3).

Classical Studies
Classical Archaeology 222/Hist. of Art 222. Introduction to Roman Archaeology. (4).
Classical Archaeology 437/Hist. of Art 437. Egyptian Art and Archaeology. (3).
Classical Archaeology 440/Hist. of Art 440. Cities and Sanctuaries of Classical Greece. (3).
Classical Archaeology 475. Archaeology, Identity, and Nationalism in the Balkans and Europe. (3).
Classical Civilization 102. Classical Civilization II: The Ancient Roman World (in English). (4).
Classical Civilization 120. First-year Seminar in Classical Civilization (Humanities). (3).
Classical Civilization 371. Sport in the Ancient Greek World. (3).
Classical Civilization 462. Greek Mythology. (4).
Classical Civilization 466/Rel. 468. Greek Religion. (3).
Classical Civilization 472. Roman Law. (3).
Greek 402. Greek Drama. (3).
Latin 302. Intermediate Latin II. (3).
Latin 402. Imperial Prose. (3).
Latin 410. Poetry of the Republic or Later Empire. (3).

Comparative Literature
241. Topics in Comparative Literature. (3).
430. Comparative Studies in Fiction. (3).

English
140. First-Year Literary Seminar. (3).
217. Literature Seminar. (3).
223. Creative Writing. (3).
225. Argumentative Writing. (4).
227. Introductory Playwriting. (3).
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).
280. Thematic Approaches to Literature. (3).
308. History of the English Language. (3).
313. Topics in Literary Studies. (4).
315/WS 315. Women and Literature. (3).
316. Intellectual Problems in Literature. (3).
317. Literature and Culture. (3).
319. Literature and Social Change. (3).
320/CAAS 338. Literature in Afro-American Culture. (3).
367. Shakespeare's Principal Plays. (4).
381/Amer. Cult. 324. Asian American Literature. (3).
383. Topics in Jewish Literature. (3).
401/Rel. 481. The English Bible: Its Literary Aspects and Influences, I. (4).
411. Art of the Film. (3).
412/Film-Video 412. Major Directors. (3).
413/Film-Video 413. Film Genres and Types. (3).
444/Theatre 322. History of Theatre II. (3).
449/Theatre 423. American Theatre and Drama. (3).
483. Great Works of Literature. (1).

Film and Video Studies
230. Introduction to the Moving Image. (4).
340. Writing Film Criticism. (3).
350. The History of American Film. (3).
365. Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary American Television. (3). (RandE).
412/English 412. Major Directors. (3).
413/English 413. Film Genres and Types. (3).

Germanic Languages and Literatures
German 382. Nineteenth to Twentieth-Century Drama. (3).
German 385. Short Fiction: Naturalism to the Present. (3).

Great Books
192. Great Books. (4).
202. Great Books of the Medieval and Modern World. (4).
221. Great Books of China. (4).
246/APTIS 296. Great Books of the Middle East. (4).

History
197. Freshman Seminar. (3).
201. Rome. (4).
249/Korean 249. Introduction to Korean Civilization. (3).
260/Am. Cult. 260. Religion in America. (3).
265. A History of the University of Michigan. (4).
286/Rel. 286. A History of Eastern Christianity from the 4th to the 18th Century. (3).
366. Twentieth-Century American Wars as Social and Personal Experience. (4).
397. History Colloquium. (4).
550. Imperial China: Ideas, Men, and Society. (3).

History of Art
102. Western Art from the End of the Middle Ages to the Present. (4).
151. Art and Ideas East and West. (3).
194. First Year Seminar. (3).
210. Norm and Storm: Rebellion in Art. (3).
222/Class. Arch. 222. Introduction to Roman Archaeology. (4).
272. Arts of the Twentieth Century. (4).
332/Amer. Cult. 332. Art on Trial: American Public Monuments and Political Controversy. (3).
341. The Gothic Age. (3).
437/Class. Arch. 437. Egyptian Art and Archaeology. (3).
440/Class. Arch. 440. Cities and Sanctuaries of Classical Greece. (3).
487/Chinese 475/Asian Studies 475/RC Hums. 475/Phil. 475. The Arts and Letters of China. (4).

College Honors
251. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

Institute for the Humanities
101. First Year Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies. (3).

Linguistics
102. First Year Seminar (Humanities). (3).
317. Language and History. (3).

Lloyd Hall Scholars Program
114. Literature and the Arts in Society. (3).

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC)
439/Italian 433. Dante in Translation. (3).

Music
MHM 341. Introduction to the Art of Music. (3).
MHM 346. The History of Music. (3).
MHM 413. History of Opera. (3).
MHM 458. Music and Culture. (3).
MHM 464/CAAS 464. Music of the Caribbean. (3).
Music Theory 238. Introduction to Musical Analysis. (3).

Near Eastern Studies
ACABS 100/APTIS 100/HJCS 100. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).
ACABS 281. Ancient Egypt and its World. (4).
ACABS 393/APTIS 393/Rel. 393. The Religion of Zoroaster. (3).
APTIS 100/ACABS 100/HJCS 100. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).
APTIS 262/Rel. 204. Introduction to Islam. (4).
APTIS 296/Great Books 246. Great Books of the Middle East. (4).
APTIS 331. Introduction to Arab Culture and Language. (4).
APTIS 381. Introduction to Arab Literature in Translation. (3).
APTIS 393/ACABS 393/Rel. 393. The Religion of Zoroaster. (3).
APTIS 467. Shi'ism: The History of Messianism and the Pursuit of Justice in Islamdom. (3).
APTIS 486. Modern Middle Eastern Literature. (3).
HJCS 100/APTIS 100/ACABS 100. Peoples of the Middle East. (4).
HJCS 572. Israeli Literature, II. (3).

Philosophy
153. Philosophy and the Arts. (3).
181. Philosophical Issues: An Introduction. (3).
196. First Year Seminar. (3).
202. Introduction to Philosophy. (3).
232. Problems of Philosophy. (4).
297. Honors Introduction to Philosophy. (3).
340. Mind, Matter, and Machines. (3).
359. Law and Philosophy. (4).
366. Introduction to Political Philosophy. (4).
372. Philosophical Topics in the Study of Gender. (3).
383. Knowledge and Reality. (3).
385. Continental Philosophy Since 1900. (3).
389. History of Philosophy: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. (4).
469/Chinese 469. Later Chinese Thought (A.D. 220-1849). (3).
475/Chinese 475/Hist. of Art 487/RC Hums. 475/Asian Studies 475. The Arts and Letters of China. (4).

Religion
202/Buddhist Studies 220/Asian Studies 220. Introduction to World Religions: South and East Asia. (4).
204/APTIS 262. Introduction to Islam. (4).
286/Hist. 286. A History of Eastern Christianity from the 4th to the 18th Century. (3).
310/CAAS 335. Religion in the Afro-American Experience. (3).
393/ACABS 393/APTIS 393. The Religion of Zoroaster. (3).
481/Engl. 401. The English Bible: Its Literary Aspects and Influences, I. (4).

Residential College
Humanities 257. Visual Sources. (4).
Humanities 260/Dance 220. The Art of Dance: An Introduction to American and European Dance History, Aesthetics, and Criticism. (3).
Humanities 252. Topics in Music. (4).
Humanities 280/English 245/Theatre 211. Introduction to Drama and Theatre. (4).
Humanities 311. Intellectual Currents of the Renaissance. (4).
Humanities 317. The Writings of Latinas. (4).
Humanities 318. Critical Approaches to Literature. (4).
Humanities 319. Topics in Film. (3).
Humanities 340. Four Interdisciplinary Studies in 19th and 20th Century Intellectual History: Psychoanalysis, Mysticism, Nihilism and Marxism. (4).
Humanities 344. Tradition and Invention: Aspects of the Arts in 18th Century Europe. (3).
Humanities 410. Upperclass Literature Seminar. (4).
Humanities 452/Russian 452. Survey of Russian Literature. (3).
Humanities 475/Chinese 475/Phil. 475/Asian Studies 475/Hist. of Art 487. The Arts and Letters of China. (4).

Romance Languages and Literatures
French 270. French and Francophone Literature and Culture. (4).
French 274. French and Francophone Societies and Culture. (4).
French 342. French and Francophone Film Taught in English. (3).
French 368. Enlightenment, Revolution, and Romanticism. (3).
French 369. Literature, History, and Culture of Modernity. (3).
Italian 315. Italian Cinema and Society Since 1945. (3).
Italian 374. Topics in Italian Literature. (3).
Italian 433/MARC 439. Dante's Divine Comedy. (3).
Spanish 320. Introduction to the Study of Literature. (3).
Spanish 332. Short Narrative in Latin America/Spain. (3).
Spanish 382. Survey of Latin American Literature, II. (3).

Slavic Languages and Literatures
Russian 222/UC 176. Russia Today. (4).
Polish 426. Polish Literature in English. (3).
Russian 450. Twentieth-Century Russian Literature. (3).
Russian 452/RC Hums. 452. Survey of Russian Literature. (3).
Slavic Surveys 150. First Year Seminar. (3).
Slavic Surveys 221/UC 175. Armenia: Culture and Ethnicity. (3).
Slavic Surveys 240/UC 177. Introduction to Slavic Folklore. (3).

Theatre and Drama
211/RC Hums. 280/English 245. Introduction to Drama and Theatre. (4).
222/CAAS 341. Introduction to Black Theatre. (3).
322/English 444. History of Theatre II. (3).
423/English 449. American Theatre and Drama. (3).
University Courses
150. First-Year Humanities Seminar. (3).
175/Slavic Surveys 221. Armenia: Culture and Ethnicity. (3).
176/Russian 222. Russia Today. (4).
177/Slavic Surveys 240. Introduction to Slavic Folklore. (3).
250. Collegiate Seminars. (3).

Women's Studies
150. Humanities Seminars on Women and Gender. (3).
240/Amer. Cult. 240. Introduction to Women's Studies. (4). (RandE).
315/English 315. Women and Literature. (3).

Social Science

Afroamerican and African Studies
105. Introduction to African Studies. (4).
303/Soc. 303. Race and Ethnic Relations. (4). (RandE).
326. The Black American Family. (3).
448/Hist. 448. Africa Since 1850. (3).
479/Pol. Sci. 479. Political Development and Economy of Africa. (3).

American Culture
206. Themes in American Culture. (3).
342/Hist. 368/WS 360. History of the Family in the U.S. (3).
345. American Politics and Society. (3).
374/Hist. 374. The Politics and Culture of the "Sixties." (3).
399. Race, Racism, and Ethnicity. (4). (RandE).

Anthropology
Cultural 101. Introduction to Anthropology. (4). (RandE).
Cultural 272/Ling. 272. Language in Society. (4). (RandE).
Cultural 285. Cult Archaeology. (4).
Cultural 310. Religious Movements and Social Change. (3).
Cultural 386. Early New World Civilizations. (4).

Asian Languages and Cultures
Asian Studies 112/Hist. 152. Southeast Asian Civilization. (4).
Asian Studies 122/Hist. 122. Modern Transformation of East Asia. (4).

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).
401. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory. (4). (QR/1).
402. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory. (3). (QR/1).

History
111. Modern Europe. (4).
122/Asian Studies 122. Modern Transformation of East Asia. (4).
152/Asian Studies 112. Southeast Asian Civilization. (4).
160. United States to 1865. (4).
161. United States, 1865 to the Present. (4).
211/MARC 211. Later Middle Ages, 1100-1500. (4).
319. Europe Since 1945. (4).
333/Pol. Sci. 396/Slavic 396/REES 396/Soc. 393. Survey of East Central Europe. (4).
368/Amer. Cult. 342/WS 360. History of the Family in the U.S. (3).
374/Amer. Cult. 374. The Politics and Culture of the "Sixties." (3).
396. History Colloquium. (4).
423. Social History of Europe in the 19th Century. (3). (SS).
434. History of the Soviet Union. (4).
448/CAAS 448. Africa Since 1850. (3).
463. The Origins of the American Civil War, 1830-1860. (3).
467. The United States Since 1933. (4).
477. Latin America: The National Period. (4).

College Honors
250. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

Judaic Studies
379/HJCS 379 Jewish Civilization. (4).

Linguistics
210. Introduction to Linguistics. (3).
211. Introduction to Language. (3).
272/Anthro. 272. Language in Society. (4). (RandE).
313. Sound Patterns. (3).
351. Second Language Acquisition. (3).
411. Introduction to Linguistics. (3).

Lloyd Hall Scholars Program
112. Studies in Social and Political History I. (3).

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC)
211/Hist. 211. Later Middle Ages, 1100-1500. (4).

Near Eastern Studies
HJCS 379/Judaic Studies 379. Jewish Civilization. (4).

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).
396/REES 396/Slavic 396/Hist. 333/Soc. 393. Survey of East Central Europe. (4).
479/CAAS 479. Political Development and Economy of Africa. (3).

Psychology
111. Introduction to Psychology. (4).
114. Honors Introduction to Psychology. (4).
120. First-Year Seminar in Psychology as a Social Science. (3).
125. Drugs, Culture, and Human Behavior. (3).
350. Introduction to Developmental Psychology. (4).
360. Introduction to Organizational 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).
453. Socialization of the Child. (3).
455. Cognitive Development. (3).
459. Psychology of Aging. (3).
471. Marriage and the Family. (3).
488/Soc. 465. Sociological Analysis of Deviant Behavior. (3).

Residential College
Social Science 241. Democratization in Brazil, Russia, and South Africa: Three Case Studies. (4).
Social Science 306. Environmental History and Third World Development. (3).

Russian and East European Studies (REES)
396/Pol. Sci. 396/Slavic 396/Hist. 333/Soc. 393. Survey of East Central Europe. (4).

Slavic Languages and Literatures
Slavic Surveys 396/REES 396/Poli. Sci. 396/Hist. 333/Soc. 393. Survey of East Central Europe. (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).
400. Sociological Principles and Problems. (3).
231. Investigating Social and Demographic Change in America. (4). (QR/2).
303/CAAS 303. Race and Ethnic Relations. (4). (RandE).
330. Population Problems. (3).
393/Hist. 333/Pol. Sci. 396/Slavic 396/REES 396. Survey of East Central Europe. (4).
444. The American Family. (3).
447/WS 447. Gender Roles and Status. (3).
450. Political Sociology. (3).
463/Comm. 485. Mass Communication and Public Opinion. (3).
465/Psych. 488. Sociological Analysis of Deviant Behavior. (3).
468. Criminology. (3).
475/MCO 475 (Public Health). Introduction to Medical Sociology. (3).

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

Women's Studies
151. Social Science Seminars on Women and Gender. (3).
220/Nursing 220. Perspectives in Women's Health. (3).
230. Women's Movements. (3).
270. Women and the Law. (3).
360/Hist. 368/Amer. Cult. 342. History of the Family in the U.S. (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).
Biological 168. First Year Seminar in Primate Field Studies. (3).
Biological 362. Problems of Race. (3).
Biological 365. Human Evolution. (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).
122. The Origin of the Elements and the History of Matter. (3).
125. Observational Astronomy. (4).
160. Introduction to Astrophysics. (4). (QR/2).

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

Biology
100. Biology for Nonscientists. (4).
102. Practical Botany. (4).
108. Introduction to Animal Diversity. (4).
124. Cells, Cancer, and Society. (3).
152. Introduction to Biology: Term A. (4).
154. Introduction to Biology: Term B. (4).
195. Introduction to Biology. (6).
275. Introduction to Plant Development. (4).

Chemistry
105/AOSS 105. Our Changing Atmosphere. (3).
106. Environmental Issues. (3).
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
183/EECS 183. Elementary Programming Concepts. (4).
280/EECS 280. Programming and Introductory Data Structures. (4).
380/EECS 380. Data Structures and Algorithms. (4).

Environmental Studies
123/Geol. 123/AOSS 123. Life and the Global Environment. (2).
361/Geol. 277. Humans and the Natural World. (3).

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

Geological Sciences
102. Energy from the Earth. (1).
105. Continents Adrift. (1).
106. Fossils, Primates, and Human Evolution. (1).
107. Volcanoes and Earthquakes. (1).
110. The History of the Oceans. (1).
117. Introduction to Geology. (5).
118. Introductory Geology Laboratory. (1).
119. Introductory Geology Lectures. (4).
120. Geology of National Parks and Monuments. (4).
123/AOSS 123/Environ. Stud. 123. Life and the Global Environment. (2).
130. The Physical World. (4). (QR/2).
135. History of the Earth. (3).
201/Geography 201. Introductory Geography: Water, Climate, and Mankind. (4).
205. How the Earth Works: the Dynamic Planet. (2).
206. How the Earth Works: the Water Cycle and Environment. (2).
222. Introductory Oceanography. (3). (QR/2).
223. Introductory Oceanography, Laboratory. (1). (QR/2).
272. Seminar: Environmental Geology. (3).
273. Contemporary Dinosaurs. (3).
274. Dinosaur Extinction and Other Controversies. (3).
277/Environ. Stud. 361. Humans and the Natural World. (3).
278. Earthlike Planets. (3).
283. Evolution of North America. (3).

Great Books
204/Physics 204. Great Books in Physics. (4).

College Honors
252. Sophomore Seminar. (3).

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

Natural Resources (NRandE)
301. Ecological Issues. (4).

Physics
105. Origin, and Fate of Life, Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe. (1).
106. Everyday Physics. (3).
115. Living with Physics. (3).
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).
160. Honors Physics I. (4). (QR/1).
201. Physics, Truth and Consequences. (3). (QR/2).
204/Great Books 204. Great Books in Physics. (4).
240. General Physics II. (4). (QR/1).
241. Elementary Laboratory II. (1).
242. General Physics III. (3).
260. Honors Physics II. (4). (QR/1).
262. Honors Physics III. (4).
288. Physics of Music. (3). (QR/1).
301. The Science Connection. (3).

Psychology
116. Introduction to Mind and Brain. (4).
121. First-Year Seminar in Psychology as a Natural Science. (3).
330. Introduction to Biopsychology. (4).
340. Introduction to Cognitive Psychology. (4).
341. Superlab in Psychology as a Natural Science. (4).
430. Comparative Animal Behavior. (3).
434. Human Neuropsychology. (4).
442. Perception, Science, and Reality. (3).
447. Psychology of Thinking. (3).

Statistics
100. Introduction to Statistical Reasoning. (4). (QR/1).
170. The Art of Scientific Investigation. (4). (QR/1).
402. Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis. (4). (QR/1).
426. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics. (3).

University Courses
152. First-Year Natural Science Seminar. (3).

Not Excluded

Courses designated "NOT EXCLUDED" may be used to complete the required thirty credits for distribution courses in an AB or BS degree program, but they do not count in the twenty-seven total required credits (nine each in natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities) for Pattern I distribution. These courses may also be used to complete the M/L (mathematics and logical analysis) requirement for Pattern II, when appropriate.

Mathematics
112. Brief Calculus. (4).
115. Calculus I. (4). (QR/1).
116. Calculus II. (4). (QR/2).
176. Dynamical Systems and Calculus. (4).
186. Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus II. (4). (QR/1).
296. Honors Mathematics II. (4). (QR/1).
425/Stat. 425. Introduction to Probability. (3).

Philosophy
201. Introduction to Logic. (3).

Residential College
Interdivisional 310/WS 312. Gender and Science. (4).
Natural Science 270. New Biotechnology: Scientific, Social and Historical Perspectives. (4).

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

Women's Studies
312/RC Interdiv. 310. Gender and Science. (4).





This list is subject to change.


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