CORE Distributive Studies
Humanities and the Arts

Humanities
(CORE Code: HO)

(D) listed after a course indicates that this course also double counts as Human Cultural Diversity.

Course Number
Course Title
Diversity
AASP 200
African Civilization
 
AMST101 Introduction to American Studies (formerly AMST201) D
AMST 203
Popular Culture in America
 
AMST 204
Film and American Culture Studies
 
AMST289 A Shifting Sands Constructing Cultural Mainstreams and Margins in the U.S. (I-Series course) D
AMST 211
Technology and American Culture
 
ARAB204 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I  
ARAB205 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II  
CHIN201 Intermediate Spoken Chinese I  
CHIN 202
Intermediate Written Chinese I
 
CHIN203 Intermediate Spoken Chinese II  
CHIN 204
Intermediate Written Chinese II
 
CHIN 205
Intermediate Chinese - Accelerated Track
 
CMLT 291
International Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Studies (also as LGBT 291)
D
COMM 200
Critical Thinking and Speaking
 
EDHD 210 Foundations of Early Childhood Education  
EDPS 210
Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education
 
ENGL 280
Introduction to the English Language
 
ENGL 282 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory  
ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World  
FREN 201
Intermediate French
 
FREN 203
Intensive Intermediate French
 
FREN 204
Review Grammar and Composition
 
FREN 211
French Reading and Conversation
 
GERM 201
Intermediate German I
 
GERM 202
Intermediate German II
 
GERM 203
Intensive Intermediate German
 
GERM204 German Grammar Review  
GERM 280
German-American Cultural Contrast
 
HEBR211 Intermediate Hebrew I  
HEBR 212 Intermediate Hebrew II  
HHUM 205
Second Year Seminar in Honors Humanities (Formerly ARHU 205)
 
HISP 200
The Everyday and the "American" Built Environment
D
HIST 110
The Ancient World
 
HIST 112
The Rise of the West: 1500-1789
 
HIST 216 Introduction to the Study of World Religions D
HIST289G
The Practice of Tolerance in Religious Societies (I-Series Course) - Also offered as RELS289T and JWST289T
D
HONR 216
In Search of Ancient Astronomies
D
HONR 217
Life, the Multiverse and Everything: Developing an Individual Cosmovision
D
HONR 218C
Western Intellectual Heritage: The Hero and Society
 
HONR 218L
Language and Mind
 
HONR 219Q
Perspectives on the Cosmos: From Ancient Philosophers to Modern Science
 
HONR 219V
Religion, Science and Freedom
 
HONR 238F
From Animal Thoughts to Animal Feelings: Cognitive and Applied Ethology's Understanding of Animals
 
HONR 238M
Black Holes and B-Movies: New Physics and Contemporary Cultures (formerly HONR 219S)
 
HONR 248E
Cultures of the Contact Zones - Seville, Al-Andalus and the Atlantic World (also as SPAN 225)
D
HONR 248M
Death and Afterlife in Ancient Egypt
 
HONR 249V
Lawyers and the Adversary System
 
HONR 249W
The Spiritual Heritage of the Human Race
D
HONR 268J
Religion and Progress: Islamic Science, Politics, and Economics
D
HONR 268M
The University as a Cultural Institution
D
HONR 269J
The Beat Begins: American Culture in the 1950's
 
HONR 289M
Medieval and Renaissance Humanism: Humanists and their World
 
ITAL 122
Accelerated Italian II
 
ITAL 203
Intensive Intermediate Italian
 
ITAL 204
Review Grammar and Composition
 
ITAL211 Intermediate Conversation  
ITAL 261
Cuisine, Culture, and Society in Italy Yesterday and Today (taught in Italian)
 
ITAL 271
The Italian-American Experience
 
JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I  
JAPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II  
JWST 219A
The World of the Dead Sea Scrolls
 
JWST 250
Fundamental Concepts of Judaism (also as PHIL 234 and RELS 250)
 
JWST 289T The Practice of Tolerance in Religious Societies (I-Series Course) - Also offered as RELS289T and HIST289G D
KORA201 Intermediate Korean I  
KORA202 Intermediate Korean II  
KORA211 Introductory Reading for Speakers of Korean I  
KORA 212
Reading for Speakers of Korean II
 
LARC 160
Introduction to Landscape Architecture
 
LASC 234
Issues in Latin American Studies I (also as PORT 234 and SPAN 234)
D
LASC 235
Issues in Latin American Studies II (also as PORT 235 and SPAN 235)
D
LATN 201
Intermediate Latin
 
LGBT 291
International Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Studies (also as CMLT 291)
D
LING 210
Structure of American Sign Language
D
LING 240
Language and Mind
 
PERS201 Intermediate Persian I  
PERS202 Intermediate Persian II  
PHIL 100
Introduction to Philosophy
 
PHIL 140
Contemporary Moral Issues
 
PHIL209K Phil, Fiction, & Sci D
PHIL 209N Philosophical Issues: Know Thyself: Wisdom Through Cognitive Science  
PHIL 233
Philosophy in Literature
 
PHIL 234
Fundamental Concepts of Judaism (also as JWST 250 and RELS 250)
 
PHIL 236
Philosophy of Religion
 
PHIL 245
Political and Social Philosophy I
 
PHIL 250
Philosophy of Science I
 
PHIL 256
Philosophy of Biology I
 
PHIL 282
Action and Responsibility
 
PORT205 Intermediate Reading and Conversation  
PORT 223
Portuguese Culture (in English)
 
PORT 224
Brazilian Culture (in English)
D
PORT 234
Issues in Latin American Studies I (also as LASC 234 and SPAN 234)
D
PORT 235
Issues in Latin American Studies II (also as LASC 235 and SPAN 235)
D
RELS216 What is Religion? (was RELS289D) (I-Series Course) D
RELS 250 Fundamental Concepts of Judaism (also as JWST 250 and PHIL 234) D
RELS264 Introduction to the New Testament  
RELS289T The Practice of Tolerance in Religious Societies (I-Series Course) - Also offered as HIST 289G and JWST289T  
RUSS 201
Intermediate Russian I
 
RUSS 202
Intermediate Russian II
 
RUSS 281
Russian Language and Pre-Revolutionary Culture
 
RUSS 282
Contemporary Russian Culture
D
RUSS 298M
Building a New Reality: Russian Cinema at the End of the 20th Century
D
SLLC 284 Language, Power & Society D
SPAN 201
Intermediate Spanish
 
SPAN 203
Intensive Intermediate Spanish
 
SPAN 204
Spanish Grammar Review
 
SPAN 223
U.S. Latino Culture
D
SPAN 225
Cultures of the Contact Zones - Seville, Al-Andalus and the Atlantic World ( also as HONR 248E)
D
SPAN 234
Issues in Latin American Studies I (also as LASC 234 and PORT 234)
D
SPAN 235
Issues in Latin American Studies II (also as LASC 235 and PORT 235)
D
WMST 265
Constructions of Manhood and Womanhood in the Black Community
D

Current as of: July 2012

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