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Internationalism

AMST 294-07
POLI 294-03
Contemporary Politics of Race and Racialization in North America (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
AMST 294-08
HIST 294-01
LATI 294-01
The Native Southwest (Naomi Sussman)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ANTH 111-01 Cultural Anthropology (Hilary Chart)
ANTH 111-02 Cultural Anthropology (Arjun Guneratne)
ANTH 194-01 Worlds of Work (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ANTH 239-01 Medical Anthropology (Ron Barrett)
ANTH 294-02 Children and Youth in Africa (Hilary Chart)
ART 161-01 Art of the West II (Joanna Inglot)
ART 171-01
ASIA 171-01
Art of the East II: Japan (Kari Shepherdson-Scott)
ART 252-01 Gender, Sexualities, and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
ART 272-01
ASIA 272-01
Embodiment and Subjectivity in Later Chinese Art (Kari Shepherdson-Scott)
ART 282-01 Art and Architecture of the Islamic World (Serdar Yalcin)
ASIA 111-01 Introduction to Asian Studies: Asian Humanities (Rivi Handler-Spitz)
ASIA 194-01 Cambodia: Empire to Today (Erik Davis)
ASIA 258-01
CHIN 258-01
WGSS 258-01
Gender and Sexuality in China (Xin Yang)
ASIA 260-01
JAPA 260-01
Narratives of Alienation: 20th Century Japanese Fiction and Film (Arthur Mitchell)
ASIA 294-01
CHIN 294-01
Opulence and Decadence: China, Europe, and the Early Modern World (Rivi Handler-Spitz)
ASIA 320-01
GEOG 320-01
Asian Cities (I-Chun Catherine Chang)
ASIA 378-01
HIST 378-01
War Crimes and Memory in East Asia (Yue-him Tam)
CLAS 294-01 Frenemies: Byzantine-Islamic Relations is Late Antiquity (Andrew Overman)
CLAS 294-03 Art/Arch of Islamic World (Serdar Yalcin)
ECON 221-01
ECON 221-02
Introduction to International Economics (Felix Friedt)
ENGL 294-01
MUSI 294-01
Adaptations: Shakespeare, Verdi and the Politics of Art (Geng, Mazullo)
ENGL 294-06
GERM 294-01
Short Forms: Novella, Essay, Aphorism from Boccaccio to Brecht (David Martyn)
GEOG 111-01 Human Geography of Global Issues (John Bowman)
GEOG 113-01 World Regional Geography: People, Places and Globalization (William Moseley)
GEOG 243-01 Geography of Africa: Local Resources and Livelihoods in a Global Context (William Moseley)
GEOG 249-01
LATI 249-01
Environment and Society in Latin America (Xavier Haro-Carrion)
GEOG 294-01 Migration, Environment and Place Identity(ies): Exploring Geographies of Home, Mobility and Place (Holly Barcus)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
GEOG 363-01 Geography of Development and Underdevelopment (William Moseley)
HIST 260-01
RUSS 294-01
Rise/Fall of Tsarist Russia (Maria Fedorova)
HIST 294-02
RUSS 294-02
Food, Science and Technology (1914-1939): A Transatlantic Perspective (Maria Fedorova)
HIST 381-01
INTL 381-01
LATI 381-01
Transnational Latin Americas (Naomi Sussman)
INTL 110-01 Introduction to Intl Studies: Globalization - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity (Ahmed Samatar)
INTL 114-01
INTL 114-02
Intro to International Studies: International Codes of Conduct (James von Geldern)
INTL 265-01
LING 294-02
RUSS 265-01
Translation as Cross-Cultural Communication (Julia Chadaga)
INTL 285-01
POLI 285-01
Ethnicity and Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 294-01
WGSS 294-03
Muslim Women Writers in the 21st Century (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
INTL 321-01
MCST 321-01
Cultures of Neoliberalism (Bradley Stiffler)
INTL 352-01
POLI 352-01
Transitional Justice (Nadya Nedelsky)
LATI 294-02 "Many Mexicos": Social Movements and Nation-Formation Since Independence (Naomi Sussman)
MUSI 111-01 World Music (Chuen-Fung Wong)
POLI 120-02 Foundations of International Politics (Alexander Salt)
POLI 140-01 Foundations of Comparative Politics (Paul Dosh)
POLI 160-01 Foundations of Political Theory (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
POLI 294-02 Comparative Foreign Policy (Alexander Salt)
POLI 323-01 Humanitarianism in World Politics (Wendy Weber)
POLI 394-01
WGSS 394-01
Intersectionality and Disability (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
POLI 394-02 Technology and International Relations (Alexander Salt)
RELI 102-01 Modern Islam (Candace Mixon)
RELI 111-01 Introduction to Buddhism (Erik Davis)
RELI 136-01 World Religions and World Religions Discourse (James Laine)
RELI 294-03
WGSS 294-01
Gender in Islam (Candace Mixon)
SPAN 305-01 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Teresa Mesa Adamuz)
SPAN 305-02 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Antonio Dorca)
WGSS 252-01 Gender, Sexualities and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)

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Quantitative Thinking

Q1

ANTH 115-01 Biological Anthropology (Scott Legge)
BIOL 194-01 Plants, Environment, and Society (Mary Heskel)
CHEM 312-01 Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy (Thomas Varberg)
EDUC 220-01
PSYC 220-01
Educational Psychology (Tina Kruse)
MATH 135-01 Applied Multivariable Calculus I (Joseph Benson)
MATH 135-02 Applied Multivariable Calculus I (Lori Ziegelmeier)
MATH 137-01 Applied Multivariable Calculus II (Taryn Flock)
MATH 137-02
MATH 137-03
Applied Multivariable Calculus II (Thomas Halverson)
MATH 237-01
MATH 237-02
Applied Multivariable Calculus III (William Mitchell)
MATH 279-01 Discrete Mathematics (Andrew Beveridge)
MATH 279-02 Discrete Mathematics (David Ehren)
PHIL 111-01 Introduction to Symbolic Logic (Janet Folina)
PSYC 100-01 Introduction to Psychology (Ariel James)

Q2

CHEM 112-01
CHEM 112-02
General Chemistry II: Energetics and Reactivity (Paul Fischer)
CHEM 112-03
CHEM 112-04
General Chemistry II: Energetics and Reactivity (Kathryn Splan)
CHEM 222-01 Analytical Chemistry (Keith Kuwata)
COMP 112-01
COMP 112-02
STAT 112-01
STAT 112-02
Introduction to Data Science (Shilad Sen)
COMP 194-01
MCST 194-02
Intro to Data Storytelling (Aisling Quigley)
GEOG 225-01 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (Holly Barcus)
GEOG 262-01 Metro Analysis (Laura Smith)
GEOL 165-01 History/Evolution of Earth (Raymond Rogers)
GEOL 194-01 Geohazards (Alan Chapman)
LING 208-01 The Human Voice (Christina Esposito)
PHYS 114-01 Modern Astronomy II (Anna Williams)
PSYC 242-01 Cognitive Psychology (Brooke Lea)
PSYC 301-01 Research in Psychology II (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)
PSYC 401-01 Directed Research in Psychology (James, Jerald)
PSYC 401-02 Directed Research in Psychology: Moral Judgement and Behavior (Steve Guglielmo)

Q3

BIOL 285-01
ENVI 285-01
Ecology and the Environment (Mary Heskel)
ECON 119-01
ECON 119-02
Principles of Economics (Samantha Cakir)
ECON 119-03
ECON 119-04
Principles of Economics (Amy Damon)
ENVI 240-01 The Earth's Climate System (Louisa Bradtmiller)
GEOG 378-01 Statistical Research Methods in Geography (Laura Smith)
PHYS 227-01 Principles of Physics II (John Cannon)
POLI 269-01 Empirical Research Methods (Lesley Lavery)
PSYC 201-01 Research in Psychology I (Steve Guglielmo)
SOCI 269-01 Social Science Inquiry (Erik Larson)
STAT 155-01 Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Kelsey Grinde)
STAT 155-02
STAT 155-03
Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Leslie Myint)
STAT 155-04 Introduction to Statistical Modeling (Lisa Lendway)

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U.S. Identities and Differences

(Also meets U.S. Multiculturalism for students entering before Fall 2014.)

AMST 237-01
ENVI 237-01
Environmental Justice (Christie Manning)
AMST 281-01
MCST 281-01
Bruce Lee (Karin Aguilar-San Juan)
AMST 294-02 Sovereignty Matters: Critical Indigeneity, Gender, and Governance (Kirisitina Sailiata)
AMST 294-03 Troubled Waters: Race, the Environment, and the Law (Kirisitina Sailiata)
AMST 294-04 Reclaiming Zen, Yoga and Church: Asian American Religions (Jake Nagasawa)
AMST 294-05
RELI 294-02
James Baldwin and the Black Religious Imagination (William Hart)
AMST 294-06
SOCI 294-01
WGSS 294-02
Progress and Identity: Race, Gender and Social Movements (Aisha Upton)
AMST 294-07
POLI 294-03
Contemporary Politics of Race and Racialization in North America (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
AMST 294-08
LATI 294-01
The Native Southwest (Naomi Sussman)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
AMST 294-10
ENGL 294-07
African American Detective Fiction (Daylanne English)
AMST 294-11 Community-Based Theater (Harry Waters Jr.)
AMST 308-01
AMST 308-02
LATI 308-01
LATI 308-02
SPAN 308-01
SPAN 308-02
Introduction to U.S. Latinx Studies (Alicia Munoz)
AMST 334-01
MCST 334-01
Cultural Studies and the Media (Leola Johnson)
ANTH 194-01 Worlds of Work (Hilary Chart)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
ECON 294-01 Urban Poverty (Samantha Cakir)
EDUC 230-01 Community Youth Development in Multicultural America (Tina Kruse)
ENGL 105-01 Identities and Differences in US Literature: LGBTQ Literature in America (Rachel Gold)
ENGL 125-01 Studies in Literature: Writing the Body (Zoe Rodine)
ENGL 276-01 African American Literature 1900 to Present (Daylanne English)
ENVI 194-02
LING 194-02
Language and Climate Change (Jessica Love-Nichols)
ENVI 375-01
GEOG 375-01
Rural Landscapes and Livelihoods (Holly Barcus)
ENVI 394-04
POLI 394-03
Energy Justice (Roopali Phadke)
GEOG 294-01 Migration, Environment and Place Identity(ies): Exploring Geographies of Home, Mobility and Place (Holly Barcus)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
HIST 350-01 Race, Gender, and Medicine (Amy Sullivan)
INTD 194-01 Writing in U.S. Academic Culture (Jake Mohan)
INTL 294-01
WGSS 294-03
Muslim Women Writers in the 21st Century (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
LING 332-01
SPAN 332-01
Spanish in the United States (Cynthia Kauffeld)
PHIL 294-01
WGSS 294-04
Philosophy of Race and Gender (Samuel Asarnow)
POLI 160-01 Foundations of Political Theory (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
POLI 394-01
WGSS 394-01
Intersectionality and Disability (Althea Sircar)
Counts for either Internationalism or U.S. Identities and Difference but not both.
PSYC 264-01
WGSS 264-01
The Psychology of Gender (Morgan Jerald)
RELI 238-01 Catholics: Culture, Identity, Politics (James Laine)
SOCI 110-01 Introduction to Sociology (Khaldoun Samman)
SOCI 185-01
WGSS 185-01
Masculinities (Khaldoun Samman)
SOCI 294-02 Childhood, Youth, and the Transition to Adulthood (Lisa Gulya)
THDA 210-01 Community-based Theater (Harry Waters Jr.)
THDA 215-01 Dance History: Reading the Dancing Body (Uri Sands)

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Writing

WA

(Also meets Writing GER for students entering before Fall 2015.)

AMST 294-10
ENGL 294-07
African American Detective Fiction (Daylanne English)
ANTH 230-01 Ethnographic Interviewing (Arjun Guneratne)
ANTH 335-01
INTL 335-01
Global Generosity (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
ART 252-01 Gender, Sexualities, and Feminist Visual Culture (Joanna Inglot)
ART 272-01
ASIA 272-01
Embodiment and Subjectivity in Later Chinese Art (Kari Shepherdson-Scott)
ASIA 111-01 Introduction to Asian Studies: Asian Humanities (Rivi Handler-Spitz)
ASIA 258-01
CHIN 258-01
WGSS 258-01
Gender and Sexuality in China (Xin Yang)
ASIA 320-01
GEOG 320-01
Asian Cities (I-Chun Catherine Chang)
BIOL 117-01
BIOL 117-02
WGSS 117-01
WGSS 117-02
Women, Health and Reproduction (Elizabeth Jansen)
BIOL 348-01 Ornithology (Jerald Dosch)
BIOL 494-02 Neural Control of Movement (Martha Streng)
ECON 225-01
INTL 225-01
Comparative Economic Systems (Gary Krueger)
ECON 381-01 Introduction to Econometrics (Gary Krueger)
ECON 381-02 Introduction to Econometrics (Amy Damon)
EDUC 380-01 Research Methods for Educ/Adv (Brian Lozenski)
ENGL 115-01 Shakespeare (Penelope Geng)
ENGL 125-01 Studies in Literature: Writing the Body (Zoe Rodine)
ENGL 212-01 Introduction to Literary Theory: Debates on Interpretation (Elisabeth Alderks)
ENGL 276-01 African American Literature 1900 to Present (Daylanne English)
ENGL 294-01
MUSI 294-01
Adaptations: Shakespeare, Verdi and the Politics of Art (Geng, Mazullo)
ENGL 294-06
GERM 294-01
Short Forms: Novella, Essay, Aphorism from Boccaccio to Brecht (David Martyn)
ENGL 394-03 Demonology (Penelope Geng)
ENVI 280-01 Environmental Classics (Christie Manning)
ENVI 375-01
GEOG 375-01
Rural Landscapes and Livelihoods (Holly Barcus)
FREN 306-01 Introduction to Literary Analysis (Andrew Billing)
GEOG 243-01 Geography of Africa: Local Resources and Livelihoods in a Global Context (William Moseley)
GEOG 363-01 Geography of Development and Underdevelopment (William Moseley)
GEOG 475-01 Medical Geography Seminar (Eric Carter)
GERM 365-01 Kafka: Gods, Animals, and Other Species of Modernity (Kiarina Kordela)
GERM 394-01
PHIL 294-03
Reading Marx (David Martyn)
HIST 260-01
RUSS 294-01
Rise/Fall of Tsarist Russia (Maria Fedorova)
HIST 350-01 Race, Gender, and Medicine (Amy Sullivan)
HIST 394-02 Festive Turmoil: Holidays, Protests and Riots in Medieval and Early Modern History (Linda Sturtz)
INTD 194-01 Writing in U.S. Academic Culture (Jake Mohan)
INTL 110-01 Introduction to Intl Studies: Globalization - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity (Ahmed Samatar)
INTL 114-01
INTL 114-02
Intro to International Studies: International Codes of Conduct (James von Geldern)
INTL 285-01
POLI 285-01
Ethnicity and Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe (Nadya Nedelsky)
INTL 488-01 Senior Seminar: Thinking on a World Scale (David Moore)
LING 208-01 The Human Voice (Christina Esposito)
LING 378-01
PSYC 378-01
Psychology of Language (Brooke Lea)
MCST 110-01 Texts and Power: Foundations of Media and Cultural Studies (Bradley Stiffler)
MCST 110-02 Texts and Power: Foundations of Media and Cultural Studies (John Kim)
MUSI 194-02 33 1/3 (Mark Mandarano)
MUSI 343-01 Western Music-19th Century (Mark Mazullo)
PHIL 100-01 Introduction to Philosophy (Janet Folina)
PHIL 121-01
PHIL 121-02
Ethics (Samuel Asarnow)
PHIL 201-01 Modern Philosophy: Women Philosophers (Geoffrey Gorham)
PHIL 226-01 Animal Ethics (Diane Michelfelder)
POLI 140-01 Foundations of Comparative Politics (Paul Dosh)
POLI 160-01 Foundations of Political Theory (Althea Sircar)
PSYC 385-01 Mind Reading: Understanding Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Darcy Burgund)
PSYC 401-01 Directed Research in Psychology (James, Jerald)
PSYC 401-02 Directed Research in Psychology: Moral Judgement and Behavior (Steve Guglielmo)
PSYC 450-01 Research in Hemisphere Asymmetries (Darcy Burgund)
SOCI 269-01 Social Science Inquiry (Erik Larson)
SPAN 305-01 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Teresa Mesa Adamuz)
SPAN 305-02 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (Antonio Dorca)
WGSS 200-01 Feminist/Queer Theories and Methodologies (Sonita Sarker)

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WC

(Does not meet Writing GER for students entering before Fall 2015. See WA instead.)

CLAS 294-02
ENGL 294-04
Homer's The Odyssey: A Literary and Historical Approach (Burgess, Goldman)
ENGL 150-01
ENGL 150-02
Introduction to Creative Writing (Sally Franson)
ENGL 150-03
ENGL 150-07
Introduction to Creative Writing (Emma Torzs)
ENGL 150-04 Introduction to Creative Writing (James Dawes)
ENGL 150-05 Introduction to Creative Writing (Melissa Cundieff)
ENGL 150-06 Introduction to Creative Writing (Matt Burgess)
ENGL 494-01 Seminar: Chapbooks (Michael Prior)
MUSI 194-01 Songwriting (Victoria Malawey)
POLI 394-01
WGSS 394-01
Intersectionality and Disability (Althea Sircar)
RELI 238-01 Catholics: Culture, Identity, Politics (James Laine)

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WP

(Does not meet Writing GER for students entering before Fall 2015. See WA instead.)

AMST 294-07
POLI 294-03
Contemporary Politics of Race and Racialization in North America (Althea Sircar)
AMST 294-09
THDA 294-01
Staging Adoption: Oedipus to Wicked (Beth Cleary)
AMST 294-11 Community-Based Theater (Harry Waters Jr.)
ANTH 111-01 Cultural Anthropology (Hilary Chart)
ANTH 111-02 Cultural Anthropology (Arjun Guneratne)
ANTH 387-01 Darwin and Evolutionary Thought (Scott Legge)
ART 130-01 Drawing I (Megan Vossler)
ART 282-01 Art and Architecture of the Islamic World (Serdar Yalcin)
ART 283-01
CLAS 283-01
Art and Architecture of Ancient Greece and Rome (Serdar Yalcin)
BIOL 194-01
ENVI 194-01
Plants, Environment, and Society (Mary Heskel)
BIOL 473-01 Research in Immunology (Devavani Chatterjea)
CLAS 294-03 Art/Arch of Islamic World (Serdar Yalcin)
ECON 356-01 Capital Markets (Liang Ding)
EDUC 260-01 Critical Issues in Urban Education (Brian Lozenski)
ENGL 105-01 Identities and Differences in US Literature: LGBTQ Literature in America (Rachel Gold)
INTL 294-01
WGSS 294-03
Muslim Women Writers in the 21st Century (Jenna Rice Rahaim)
INTL 321-01
MCST 321-01
Cultures of Neoliberalism (Bradley Stiffler)
MCST 234-01 New Media Theories/Practices (John Kim)
POLI 323-01 Humanitarianism in World Politics (Wendy Weber)
PSYC 100-01 Introduction to Psychology (Ariel James)
PSYC 250-01 Developmental Psychology (Cari Gillen-O'Neel)
RELI 111-01 Introduction to Buddhism (Erik Davis)
RELI 194-02 Modern Judaism in America and Israel (Nicholas Schaser)
SOCI 185-01
WGSS 185-01
Masculinities (Khaldoun Samman)
THDA 210-01 Community-based Theater (Harry Waters Jr.)
THDA 215-01 Dance History: Reading the Dancing Body (Uri Sands)

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