Pre-Approved Courses for Specializations (updated October 2017)

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General Menu of Approved Courses – Organized by Department

 

RELEVANT KU CORE CODES:

GE11 – core goal 1.1 (critical thinking)

GE3H – core goal 3 Humanities

GE3S – core goal 3 Social Sciences

GE3N – core goal 3 Natural Sciences

AE41 – core goal 4.1 (cultural diversity)

AE42 – core goal 4.2 (global awareness)

AE51 – core goal 5.1 (ethics)

AE61 – core goal 6 (capstone)

 

AAAS – African and African-American Studies

AAAS 102: Arabic and Islamic Studies (3) GE3H GE3S AE42

AAAS 103: Introduction to Africa (3) GE3H GE3S        

AAAS 105: Introduction to African History (3) GE11 GE3H

AAAS 160: Introduction to West African History (3) GE3H AE42

AAAS 305: Modern Africa (3) AE42

AAAS 320: African Studies In: ________ (3) AE42

AAAS 334: Introduction to African Dance Theatre (2)

AAAS 340: Women in Contemporary African Literature (3) GE3H AE42

AAAS 349: Islam (3) GE3S AE42

AAAS 353: Modern & Contemporary African Art (3)

AAAS 355: African Theatre and Drama (3)

AAAS 372: Religion, Power, and Sexuality in Arab Societies (3)

AAAS 415: Women and Islam (3)

AAAS 429: Postcolonial Theatre and Drama (3) GE3S AE42

AAAS 432: Francophone African Literature (3) GE3S AE42

AAAS 433: Islamic Literature (3) AE51

AAAS 435: Muslim Women’s Autobiography (3)

AAAS 470: Language and Society in Africa (3) GE3S AE42

AAAS 510: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations (3) AE42

AAAS 520: African Studies In: __________ (3) AE42

AAAS 536 Islamic Art & Architecture in Africa (3)

AAAS 542: The History of Islam in Africa (3)

AAAS 543: Language and Culture in Arabic-Speaking Communities (3) GE3S AE42

AAAS 545: Unveiling the Veil (3)

AAAS 554: Contemporary Health Issues in Africa (3)

AAAS 565: Gender, Culture, and Migration (3)

AAAS 583: Migration, Diasporas & Development (3)

AAAS 598: Sexuality & Gender in African History (3) AE42

AAAS 600: Politics in Africa (3) AE42

AAAS 662: Gender and Politics in Africa (3)

AAAS 677: African Design

AMS – American Studies

AMS 332: The United States in Global Context AE42

AMS 534: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations

ANTH – Anthropology

ANTH 108/109/308: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3) GE3S AE42

ANTH 160/162/360: The Varieties of Human Experience (3) GE3H GE3S AE42

ANTH 293: Myth, Legend, and Folk Beliefs in East Asia (3) AE42

ANTH 301: Anthropology through Films (3) AE42

ANTH 320/321: Language in Culture and Society, Honors (3) AE41 AE61

ANTH 323: Environmental Dynamics in India (3)

ANTH 343: Food, Nutrition, & Culture (3)

ANTH 359: Anthropology of Sex (3)

ANTH 364: People of Japan and Korea

ANTH 367: Introduction to Economic Anthropology (3)

ANTH 370: Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific (3)

ANTH 372: Religion, Power, and Sexuality in Arab Societies (3)

ANTH 379: Indigenous Traditions of Latin America (3) AE42

ANTH 380: Peoples of South America

ANTH 389: The Anthropology of Gender: Female, Male, and Beyond (3[BMR1] ) GE21 GE3H GE3S AE42

ANTH 465: Genocide & Ethnocide (3)

ANTH 484: Magic, Science, and Religion (3)

ANTH 543: The Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (3)

ANTH 560: Introduction to Economic Anthropology

ANTH 561: Indigenous Development in Latin America (3) AE42

ANTH 562: Mexamerica (3) AE41

ANTH 564: The Peoples of Africa (3)

ANTH 582: Ethnobotany (3)

ANTH 583: Love, Sex, and Globalization (3)

ANTH 603: Shamanism Past and Present (3)

ANTH 652: Population Dynamics (3)

ANTH 674: Political Anthropology (3)

ANTH 690: Social Construction of the Self (3) GE3H AE42

CLSX – Classics

CLXS 374: Gender & Sexuality: Ancient and Modern (3)

COMS – Communications

COMS 246: Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3)

COMS 557: East Asian Communication (3)

EALC – East Asian Languages and Cultures

EALC 105: Living Religions of the East (3) GE3H AE42

EALC 121: Introduction to Contemporary China (3) AE42

EALC 130: Myth, Legend, and Folk Beliefs in East Asia (3) AE42

EALC 312: Traditional Japanese Literature in Translation (3)

EALC 315: Survey of Japanese Film (3) AE42

EALC 316: Modern Japanese Literature in Translation (3) AE42

EALC 317: Contemporary Japanese Fiction & Film (3) AE42

EALC 318: Modern Chinese Literature in Translation (2-3) AE42

EALC 319: Contemporary Chinese Fiction & Film (3) AE42

EALC 325: Minorities in Japan (3)

EALC 330: China’s Cultural Legacy (3) AE42

EALC 331: Studies In: __________ (3)

EALC 362/562: Post-Colonial Korea (3)

EALC 380/580: Popular Cultures of East Asia (3)

EALC 410: The Culture of Play in Japan (3) AE42

EALC 519: Contemporary Chinese Fiction & Film (3)

EALC 520: Entrepreneurship in East Asia (3)

EALC 530: China’s Cultural Legacy (3) AE42

EALC 541: Asian Film (3)

EALC 543: Contemporary Japanese Film (3) AE42

EALC 555: Buddhists and Buddhism in China (3) AE42

EALC 575: Love, Sexuality and Gender in Japanese Literature (3)

EALC 580: Popular Cultures of East Asia (3)

EALC 584: Modern China (3) AE42

EALC 585: Reform in Contemporary China (3) AE42

EALC 589: Japan Since 1945 (3)

EALC 610: Minorities in Japan (3)

EALC 656: Government and Politics of East Asia (3) AE42

EALC 676: International Relations of Asia (3)

EALC 678: Chinese Foreign Policy (3)

ECIV – Eastern Civilizations

ECIV 304: Eastern Civilizations (3) AE42

ECON – Economics

ECON 505: History of Economic Analysis (3)

ECON 510: Energy Economics (3)

ECON 535: Economic History of Europe (3)

ECON 536: Economic Issues of the European Union

ECON 550: Environmental Economics (3)

ECON 582: Economic Development (3)

ECON 586: Economic Issues in China (3)

ECON 587: Economic Development of Africa (3)

ECON 604: International Trade (3) 

ECON 605: International Finance (3) 

ECON 610: Resource Economics and Environmental Policy (3)

ENGL - English

ENGL 305: World Indigenous Literatures (3) AE42

ENGL 306: Global Environmental Literature (3) AE42

ENGL 492: The London Review (3) AE42

ENGL 530: Irish Literature and Culture: _____ (3) AE61

ENGL 674: African Literature (3) AE61

EURS – European Studies

EURS 302: European Culture and Society 1945 to Present: AE42

EURS 430: European Civilization in World Context: _____ (3) GE3H AE42

EURS 435: Islam in Europe (3) AE42

EURS 500: Seminar in European Studies (3) AE42 AE61

EURS 503: Europe Today (3)

EURS 511: Topics in European Studies: ________ (3)

EURS 512: Irish Literature and Culture: _____ (3)

EURS 550: Classics of Peace Literature (3) AE51 AE61

EURS 604: The European Union (3)

EVRN – Environmental Studies

EVRN 140: Global Environment I: The Discovery of Environmental Change (3) GE3N

EVRN 142: Global Environment II: Ecology of Human Civilization (3) GE3S

EVRN 148: Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies (3) GE3N

EVRN 320: Environmental Policy Analysis (3)

EVRN 371: Environmental Geopolitics (3)

EVRN 374: Vulnerability & Adaptation (3)

EVRN 385: Environmental Sociology (3)

EVRN 519: Sociology of Global Food (3)

EVRN 542: Ethnobotany (3)

EVRN 550: Environmental Economics (3)

EVRN 620: Environmental Politics and Policy (3)

EVRN 645: Native & Western Views of Nature (3)

FIN - Finance

*FIN 420: International Finance (3)

FMS – Film and Media Studies

FMS 312: History of the International Sound Film to 1950 (3)

FMS 313: History of the International Sound Film Post 1950 (3)

FMS 315: Survey of Japanese Film (3) AE42

FMS 316: Cinemas of the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay (3) AE42

FMS 322: Soviet & Post-Soviet Russian Cinema (3)

FMS 540: Cuban Cinema (3)

FMS 542: Latin American Film (3)

FMS 543: Contemporary Japanese Film (3) AE42

FMS 620: International Women Filmmakers (3)

FREN – French

FREN 152: France and the French (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 326: Introduction to French Literature (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 401: Paris, City of Lights & Legends (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 405: French Literature in Translation (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 406: Introduction to French Culture through Film (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 440: Studies in French Culture: ______ (3)

FREN 432: Francophone African Literature (3) GE3H AE42

FREN 530: Studies in Film: __________ (3) AE42 AE61

FREN 593: French Culture through Film, 1950-Present (3) AE42 AE61

GEOG – Geography

GEOG 142/145: Global Environment II: Ecology of Human Civilization (3) GE3S

GEOG 148: Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies (3) GE3N

GEOG 210: Computers, Maps, & Geographic Analysis (3)

GEOG 321: Climate and Climate Change (3)

GEOG 352: Economic Geography (3)

GEOG 358: Principles of Geographic Information Systems (4)

GEOG 370: Introduction to Cultural Geography (3) GE3S

GEOG 372: Environmental Policy (3)

GEOG 377: Urban Geography (3)

GEOG 379: Topics in Cultural Geography (3)

GEOG 396: East Asia (3) GE3H

GEOG 553: Geography of African Development (3) GE3H GE3S AE42

GEOG 572: Political Geography (3)

GEOG 582: Geopolitics & Genocide (3)

GEOG 583: Migration, Diasporas & Development (3)

GEOG 586: Sustainable Food Systems & Food Security (3)

GEOG 590: Understanding Central America (3)

GEOG 591: Geography of Latin America (3) GE3S AE42

GEOG 601: Indigenous Peoples of the World (3)

GERM – German

GERM 120: German Classics in English Translation: _____ (3)

GERM 124/125: German Cinema in Context (3) AE42

GERM 148: German Myth, Religion & Folklore (3)

GERM 315: German Literature & Modern Era (3)

GERM 320: Border Crossings German Culture (3) AE42

GEOG 321: Climate & Climate Change (3) AE42

GERM 324: Magic, Monsters and the Occult in German Literature (3) AE42

GERM 328: Germany in the Arts (3) AE42

GERM 332: Berlin in German Culture (3) AE42

GERM 412: German Culture 1750-Present (3) AE61

GERM 424: German Cinema in Context (3)

GIST – Global and International Studies

GIST 201: Topics in: __________

GIST 210/211: Culture and Health/Hnrs AE42

GIST 215: A Global History of Money: Aristotle to Bitcoin (3)

GIST 220: Introduction to Global & International Studies (3) GE1.1

GIST 305: World Indigenous Literatures (3)

GIST 306: Global Environmental Literature (3) AE42

GIST 308: Key Themes in Modern Global History (3)

GIST 314: Globalization: History and Theory (3) GE3S

GIST 320: Love, Sex, & Marriage in India (3)

GIST 323: Environmental Dynamics in India (3)

GIST 325: Peoples & Cultures of South Asia (3)

GIST 354: Globalization: A Geographic Approach (3)

GIST 371: Environmental Geopolitics (3)

GIST 376: Immigrants, Refugees, and Diasporas (3)

GIST 424: Nationalism(s) in Turkey (3)

GIST 465: Genocide and Ethnocide (3)

GIST 495: Global Internship (3)

GIST 501: Advanced Topics in GIST: _______ (3)

GIST 502: Advanced Topics in South Asian Studies (3)

GIST 503: Advanced Topics in Middle East Studies (3)   

GIST 529: Globalization: Sociological Perspectives (3)

GIST 530: Politics & Society in the Contemporary Persianate World (3)

GIST 535: Literature & Society in the Contemporary Middle East (3)

GIST 550: Issues in Global Studies: _________ (3)

GIST 555: Seminar in Urban Geography (3)

GIST 565: Gender, Culture, and Migration (3)

GIST 570: Anthropology of Violence (3)

GIST 582: Geopolitics and Genocide (3)

GIST 585: Transnational Terrorism (3)

GIST 601: Indigenous Peoples of the World (3)

GIST 624: Social Movements in the Middle East (3)

GIST 633: Iran, Turkey, and the Kurds (3)

GIST 667: Islam and Politics (3)

GIST 678: Chinese Foreign Policy (3)

GIST 684: International Law: The State and the Individual (3)

GIST 685: International Law: Laws of Armed Conflicts (3) 

GIST 686: International Human Rights (3) AE42

GIST 697: Research and Diplomacy Lab (3)

HA - Art History

HA 265: Introduction to Asian Art (3)

HA 267: Art and Culture of Japan (3)

HA 268: Art and Culture of China (3)

HA 269: Art and Culture of Korea (3)

HA 310: Art and Architecture of Florence and Paris (3)

HA 353: Modern & Contemporary African Art (3)

HA 354: Japanese Prints (3)

HA 363: Modern Korean Art & Culture (3) AE42

HA 367: Art & Culture of Japan (3) GE3H AE42

HA 554: Japanese Prints (3)

HA 562: Ceramics of Korea (3)

HA 587: Japanese Sculpture (3)

HA 588: Modern and Contemporary Visual Arts in Japan (3)

HA 589: Japanese Art Encounters with Europe & the US (3)

HA 590: Special Study in African Art (3)

HA 677: African Design

HIST – History

HIST 104: Introduction to African History (3) GE11 GE3H

HIST 112: Introduction to British History (3) GE11

HIST 115: Europe 1789-Present (3) GE11 GE3H

HIST 117: Russia, an Introductory History (3) GE3H AE42

HIST 118: History of East Asia (3) AE42

HIST 120: Colonial Latin America (3) GE21 GE3H

HIST 124: Latin American Culture & Society (3) AE42

HIST 140: Global Environment I: The Discovery of Environmental Change (3) GE3H

HIST 142: Global Environment II: Ecology of Human Civilization (3) GE3H

HIST 300: Modern Africa (3) AE42

HIST 303: Sin Cities (3)

HIST 321: From Mystics to Feminists: Women's History in Europe 1600 to the Present (3) GE11 GE3H AE42

HIST 324: History of Women and the Body (3)

HIST 326: Native American Civilizations & European Counterparts (3) GE11 GE3H GE42

HIST 328: The Modern Middle East (3) AE42

HIST 336: Ethics, Ideas, and Nature (3) AE51

HIST 337: History, Ethics, Modernity (3) AE51

HIST 344: Modern Jewish History (3)

HIST 371: Tequila, Tango, Carnival, City (3)

HIST 372: Violence & Conflict in Latin America, Hrs. (3)

HIST 377: Everyday Communism in Eastern Europe (3)

HIST 378: Beyond the Iron Curtain: Soviet Perspectives on the Cold War (3) AE42

HIST 394: Made in China: Chinese Business History (3) AE42

HIST 397: From Mao to Now: China’s Red Revolution (3) GE11 AE42

HIST 398: Introduction to History of Japan: Anime to Zen (3)

HIST 399: The Samurai (3) GE11 AE42

HIST 480: Travelers’ Tales of the Middle East (3)

HIST 481: From Harem to the Streets: Gender in the Middle East (3)

HIST 527: Recent European History, 1870 to the Present (3)

HIST 548: British History, 1832-Present (3)

HIST 558: Religion in Britain Since the Reformation: A Survey (3)

HIST 565: Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union (3)

HIST 568: Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union (3) AE42

HIST 570: The Middle East after World War II (3) AE42

HIST 575: History of Mexico (3)

HIST 579: History of Brazil (3)

HIST 580: Economic History of Latin America (3)

HIST 584: Modern China (3) AE42

HIST 590: Cultural History of Korea (3)

HIST 591: Food in History: West and East (3)

HIST 603: History of Tibet (3) AE42

HIST 604: Contemporary Greater China (3) AE42

HIST 636: Agriculture in World History (3)

HIST 640: Entrepreneurship in East Asia (3)

HIST 649: History of Feminist Theory (3)

HUM – Humanities

HUM 140: Introduction to World Literature (3) GE21

HUM 302: European Culture and Society 1945 to Present: AE42

HUM 312: World Literature III (3) GE3H

HUM 374: Gender & Sexuality: Ancient and Modern (3)

HUM 505: Europe Today (3) AE42

HUM 552: Foodways: Latin America (3)

IBUS – International Business

*IBUS 304: Business, Culture & Society: Russia & Eastern Europe (3)

*IBUS 305: Business, Culture & Society: Western Europe (3)

*IBUS 410: Introduction to International Business (3) AE42

*IBUS 415: Business in Latin America (3)

*IBUS 425: Business in China (3)

*IBUS 462: Comparative and Cross-Cultural Management (3) AE42

*IBUS 480: International Management (3)

JWSH – Jewish Studies

JWSH 311: Narratives of Jewish Life (3) AE42

JWSH 318: Jews & Slaves in Eastern Europe (3)

JWSH 327: Jewish Secular Culture (3) AE42

JWSH 338: Languages of the Jews (3)

JWSH 344: Modern Jewish History (3)

JWSH 525: Jews and Christians (3)

JWSH 560: Classic & Contemporary Jewish Thought (3)

JWSH 562: Judaism and Political Theology (3)

JWSH 572: Jewish Folklore (3)

LAA – Latin American and Caribbean Studies

LAA 100: Latin American Culture and Society (3) AE42

LAA 300: Interdisciplinary Themes in Latin American Studies (3) GE52

LAA 302: Topics in Latin American Area Studies: ________ (3)

LAA 311: Topics in LAA – History (3)

LAA 312: Topics in LAA – Spanish-American Lit & Culture (3)

LAA 314: Topics in LAA – Latino & Caribbean Lit. (3)

LAA 315: Topics in LAA – Film & Music Arts (3)

LAA 332/333: Language and Society in Latin America (3) AE42

LAA 334/634: Indigenous Traditions of Latin America (3) AE42

LAA 450: Capstone Seminar in Latin American Studies (3) AE61

LAA 503: Race, Gender, Ethnicity, and Nationalism in Latin America (3) AE42

LAA 552: Foodways: Latin America (3)

LAA 561: Indigenous Development in Latin America (3) AE42

LAA 602: Topics in Latin American Studies: _______ (3)

MGMT – Management

*MGMT 305: Survey of Management (3)

*MGMT 434: International Human Resource Management (3)

PCS – Peace & Conflict Studies

PCS 120/221: Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies (3) GE11 GE3H

PCS 329: History of War and Peace (3)

PCS 375: The Refugee Experience (3) (CSPS, CEB, Afr)

PCS 550: Classics of Peace Literature (3) GE51 GE61

PCS 565: The Literature of Human Rights (3)

PCS 650: Senior Seminar in Peace & Conflict Studies (3) AE61

POLS – Political Science

POLS 350: Contemporary Issues in Comparative Politics (3)

POLS 370: Contemporary Issues in International Politics (3)

POLS 562: Women and Politics (3) AE41

POLS 563: Comparative Political Economy (3)

POLS 564: Elections and Political Parties Around the World (3)

POLS 565: Political Change in Asia (3)

POLS 582: Transnational Terrorism (3)

POLS 600: Contemporary Feminist Political Theory (3)

POLS 624: Environmental Politics and Policy (3)

POLS 644: Justice & Public Policy in Democratic Societies (3)

POLS 645: Corruption, Crisis and Scandal (3)

POLS 650: Palestinians and Israelis (3)

POLS 654: Politics and Government of Russia and the Central Eurasian States (3)

POLS 656: Government and Politics of East Asia (3) AE42

POLS 660: Politics and Problems of Developing Countries (3) AE42

POLS 661: Politics of the Middle East (3) AE42

POLS 663: Protest and Revolution (3)

POLS 665: Politics in Africa (3) AE42

POLS 667: Islam and Politics (3) AE42 AE51

POLS 668: Reform in Contemporary China (3) AE42

POLS 669: Topics in Comparative Politics: _________ (3)

POLS 670: US Foreign Policy (3)

POLS 672: International Political Economy (3)

POLS 673: International Organization (3)

POLS 674: International Ethics (3)

POLS 676: International Relations of Asia (3)

POLS 678: Chinese Foreign Policy (3)

POLS 679: International Conflict (3)

POLS 680: International Relations in Political Philosophy (3)

POLS 686: International Human Rights (3) AE42

POLS 689: Topics in International Relations: _________ (3)

REES – Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies

REES 110/111: Understanding Russia and Eastern Europe (3) AE42

REES 220/221: Societies and Cultures of Eurasia (3) AE42

REES 480: Topics in Russian and East European Studies (3)

REES 485/685: War and Peace in Russian Culture (3)

REES 492: Research Methods in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (3) AE61

REES 510: Understanding Central Asia (3) AE42

REES 512: Siberia: Yesterday and Today (3) AE42

REES 513: Siberia: Russia’s Eastern Frontier (3) AE42

REES 573: Borderland Between Russia & Europe (3)

REES 574: Ethnicity and Nationalism in Eastern Europe (3) AE42

REES 687: Biography of a City: St. Petersburg (3) AE42

REL – Religion

REL 106: Asian Religions (3) GE3H AE42

REL 325: Introduction to Judaism (3)

REL 341: Mysticism (3)

REL 345: Christianity (3)

REL 350: Islam (3) GE3H AE42

REL 360: Buddhist Tradition in Asia (3) GE3H AE42

REL 365: Hinduism (3)

REL 406: Reading Asian Religious Classics (3)

REL 477: Gender and Religion (3)

REL 507: Religion in India (3) GE3H AE42

REL 508: Religion in China (3) GE3H AE42

REL 509: Religion in Japan (3) GE3H AE42

REL 535: The History of Islam in Africa (3)

REL 545: Yoga in Theory, Practice, and History (3)

REL 555: Buddhists and Buddhism in China (3) AE42

REL 557: Modern Islamic Reform Movements (3)

REL 558/559: Religion in Britain Since the Reformation: A Survey (3)

REL 667: Religious Perspectives on War and Peace (3)

REL 669: Human Conflict and Peace (3)

SLAV – Slavic

SLAV 140/141: Introduction to Russian Culture (3) GE3H AE42 

SLAV 144/145: Survey of Russian Literature in Translation (3) GE3H AE42   

SLAV 148: Introduction to Slavic Folklore (3) GE3H AE42

SLAV 316: The Peoples and Cultures of Southeastern Europe Through Film (3) GE3H AE42

SLAV 318: Jews & Slavs in Eastern Europe (3)

SLAV 322: Soviet & Post-Soviet Russian Cinema (3)

SLAV 330: Russian Business Culture (3)

SLAV 340: Introduction to Languages and Peoples in Russia & East-Central Europe (3) GE3H AE42

SLAV 379: Topics in: _______ (3)

SLAV 506: West Slavic Literature and Civilization (Polish and Czech) (3)

SLAV 508: South Slavic Literature and Civilization (3) AE42

SLAV 510: The Russian Literary Genius (3)

SLAV 540: Language & Identity in East-Central Europe & Former Soviet Union (3)

SLAV 566: The Devil in Russian Literature (3)

SLAV 622: Soviet & Post-Soviet Russian Cinema (3)

SLAV 626: Cultural Impact of the Ottoman Empire on the Southern Slavs (3)

SLAV 664: Soviet Russian Literature: 1930-1990 (3)

SLAV 667: Post-Soviet Literature (3)

SOC – Sociology

SOC 312: Population and Society (3) AE41

SOC 326: Health, Gender and Society (3)

SOC 332: The United States in Global Context AE42

SOC 425: Sociology of Global Health (3)

SOC 450: Gender and Society (3) AE41

SOC 521: Wealth, Power and Inequality (3) AE41

SOC 524: Sociology of the Economy (3)

SOC 529: Globalization (3)

SOC 532: Sociology of the Middle East (3)

SOC 534: Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations AE42

SOC 621: Cross-Cultural Sociology GE3H GE3S AE42

SOC 629: Sociology of Sport (3)

THR – Theatre

THR 326: African Theater and Drama (3)

THR 429: Postcolonial Theatre and Drama (3) GE3H AE42

WGSS – Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

WGSS 201/202: Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction (3)

WGSS 321: From Mystics to Feminists: Women's History in Europe 1600 - Present (3) GE11 GE3H AE42

WGSS 324: History of Women and the Body (3)

WGSS 330: Women in Contemporary African Literature (3) GE3H AE42

WGSS 333: The Politics of Physical Appearance (3) GE11 AE41

WGSS 389: The Anthropology of Gender: Female, Male, and Beyond (3) GE21 GE3H GE3N AE42

WGSS 549: History of Feminist Theory (3)

WGSS 560: Race, Gender & Post-Colonial Discourse (3)

WGSS 562: Women and Politics (3) AE41

WGSS 583: Love, Sex, and Globalization (3)

WGSS 600: Contemporary Feminist Political Theory (3)


 [BMR1]ANTH 389 is apart of a Goal 2.1 along with 3 & 4 so could an appropriate abbreviation be GE2C? With 1 standing for Learning Outcome 1

 

 


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