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AIS 202 Roots Of Federal American Indian Policy
Surveys basic concepts and ideologies surrounding modern U.S. federal Indian policy, emphasizing stereotypes, historical controversies, and cultural differences. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Oral Communication
AIS 304 Indigenous-state Relations: Comparative Global Contexts
As a critical approach to the study of Federal Indian Law, this course will examine the basic principles of Indian Law in the United States in a comparative context, utilizing both other British-influenced legal systems (Canada, New Zealand, Australia) as well as those of other former colonial powers, such as Spain and France. The course would include an introduction to Federal Indian Law as usually conceived. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 104 Lost Tribes And Buried Cities
An archaeological window on the rise and fall of the most spectacular cultures of the ancient past. Explores the ancient foundations of culture diversity among a variety of prehistoric civilizations including the Aztec, Maya, Shang China, Stonehenge, Iraq, and Iran. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 104H Lost Tribes And Buried Cities - Honors
An archaeological window on the rise and fall of the most spectacular cultures of the ancient past. Explores the ancient foundations of cultural diversity among a variety of prehistoric civilizations including the Aztec, Maya, Shang China, Stonehenge, Iraq, and Iran. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 105 Anthropology Today: Global Issues
An introduction to the field of anthropology and the application of anthropological approaches to the understanding of contemporary global issues, with particular emphasis on non-western societies and their cultures, histories, and differences.  The course focuses on a different issue each semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units.
3 ANT 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
ANT 105H Anthropology Today: Global Issues - Honors
An introduction to the field of anthropology and the application of anthropological approaches to the understanding of contemporary global issues, with particular emphasis on non-western societies and their cultures, histories, and differences.  The course focuses on a different issue each semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units.
3 ANT 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
ANT 253 Aztec And Maya: Archaeology Of Ancient Mexico
Archaeological exploration of the development of complex societies in Mesoamerica, with emphasis on subsistence and technological factors that shaped socio-political development and collapse. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 301 Peoples Of The World
Ethnographic survey of selected native peoples and cultures of the world. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 301H Peoples Of The World - Honors
Ethnographic survey of selected native peoples and cultures of the world. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Scientific Inquiry
ANT 303 Peoples Of Latin America
Indian and folk societies of Latin America. Topic-oriented course focuses on technology, social organization, and ideology of contemporary peoples using selected case studies. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 306 Peoples Of The Southwest
Introduces the greater Southwest as a major world culture area, including recent and contemporary peoples, the nature of multi-ethnic society, current directions of change, and pockets of persistence. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ANT 350 Ancient Civilizations: The Roots Of Cultural Diversity
Comparative study of the origins and growth of civilizations in ancient Egypt, Iraq, India, Pakistan, China, Mexico, and Peru. Case studies are drawn from the Sumerians, Egyptians, Harappans, Shang, Inca, Maya, and Aztec. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ANT 351 Southwestern Archaeology
Origins, characteristics, and relationships of the prehistoric cultures of the American Southwest. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ANT 351H Southwestern Archaeology - Honors
Origins, characteristics, and relationships of the prehistoric cultures of the American Southwest. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ANT 370 Human Ecology
General survey of ecological relationships and the cultural environment as these affect human behavior, demographic characteristics, and variations in human types, past and present, including discussion of current issues and future prospects of human population development, and practical applications of current knowledge. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Scientific Inquiry
CCE 220 Community Leadership And Peer Mentoring
Effective practices of organizing and leadership that enable students to enhance their own and others' capacity to become agents of change in relation to democratic, socially just, and sustainable communities. Letter grade only.
3 CCE 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
CCJ 101 Introduction To Crime And Justice
Introduces the branches of the U.S. justice system and the policies, processes, controversies, and challenges facing the justice system in the global world. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
CCJ 250 Criminology
Theoretical explanations of the nature and patterns of crime and justice, the development of criminological theory; and analysis of crime control, social control, and social policy implications. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 325 Drug Issues And The Law
Examines theories and research related to causes and consequences of illegal drug usage and its effect on the justice system. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 340 White Collar And Corporate Crime
Examines crime by and against businesses and explores problems in the prevention and prosecution of white-collar crime. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 360 Women, Crime, And Justice
Analyzes women offenders, victims, and professionals in the criminal justice system, with emphasis on changing sex roles. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 360H Women, Crime, And Justice - Honors
Analyzes women offenders, victims, and professionals in the criminal justice system, with emphasis on changing sex roles. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds
CCJ 380 Law In America
Theoretical study of sources of law; issues in the implementation of law; assessment of effects of law in American society. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 385 Security In A Globalized World
This course explores how security in a globalized world impacts justice practice and policy. It provides a criminological framework for critical examination of the latest trends shaping the "new paradigm" of global security, including the war on terror and the increased securitization of criminal justice. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CCJ 395 Borders, Immigration, And Human Rights
Examines the legal, historical, sociopolitical, human rights, and justice policy issues associated with the creation and enforcement of national and regional borders designed to control migration and other human population movements. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
COM 150 Environmental Communication
Analytical research and writing skills for public dissemination of environmental information via the media. Letter grade only.
3 COM 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
COM 212 Mass Media And Society
Development and functions of mass media in Western civilization and their relationship to social, economic, cultural, political, and regulatory systems. Letter grade only.
3 COM 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
COMY 131 Fundamentals Of Speech Communication
Study of the essential elements of oral communication, with major emphasis on public speaking. Includes use of multimedia technologies for presentations. Letter grade only.
3 COMY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds
CST 111 Fundamentals Of Public Speaking
Development of basic skills for creation and delivery of oral messages in public and in small groups. Emphasizes organization and reasoning. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CST 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
CST 151 Introduction To Interpersonal Communication
Analysis of communication concepts, processes, and practices in interpersonal contexts, including development of self-concept, other-awareness, culture-awareness, and situational-management of interactions and relationships. Letter grade only.
3 CST 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Oral Communication
CST 318 Oral Argumentation In Law
Decision making and presenting proofs in legal settings. Emphasizes effective oral communication, critical reasoning, ethical reasoning, and effective writing. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CST 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
CST 365 Communication In Contemporary Affairs
Examines the effect of communication on historical and contemporary events. Particular attention given to how communication has been employed as an instrument of social change, order, and control. Letter grade only.
3 CST 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
CST 370 Rhetorics Of Nature And Environmentalism
This course explores the intersection of rhetoric and nature: symbolic constructions of nature via verbal and nonverbal media, environmental debates, and environmental social movement. Includes theoretical perspectives, research, and applications. Letter grade only.
3 CST 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
DIS 201 Introduction To Disability
Introduction to Disability explores the disability experience from the perspective of the person with a disability, from how society views disabilities and considers the relationship between the two. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
DIS 303 Perspectives On Disabilities
This course explores the personal, cultural, social, political, and economic experiences of persons with disabilities in global and national contexts. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
DIS 304 Accessibility And Usability: Introduction To Universal Design
Introduction to issues faced by individuals with disabilities and others based on the planning and design of spaces, products, facilities, curriculum, and information and how universal design addresses these issues. Cross-listed w/ ESE 304. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
DIS 335 Ethics And Disability
This course examines disability from a philosophical, and especially ethical perspective. It brings the experience of disability to bear on the domain of philosophy to discover whether philosophers have been flawed in fundamental ethical concepts and theories while using the methods and skills of philosophy to help understand disability in new and illuminating ways. Cross-listed with PHI 335. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
ECO 280 Introduction To Economics
This course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts of economic analysis and to apply them to contemporary problems. (Note: If you're enrolled in a BSACCY., BSBA, or MBA program within The W.A. Frank College of Business, you cannot take this course for credit.) Letter grade only.
3 ECO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds
ECO 284 Principles Of Economics: Micro
Overview of a market economy; analysis of supply and demand; using graphical techniques; consumer behavior; production and costs; determination of prices in various product and resource markets; causes and consequences of income distribution, international economics. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
ECO 284H Principles Of Economics: Micro-honors
Overview of a market economy; analysis of supply and demand; using graphical techniques; consumer behavior; production and costs; determination of prices in various product and resource markets; causes and consequences of income distribution, international economics. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
ECO 285 Principles Of Economics: Macro
Measurement of national economic variables; determination of output, income, employment, and price levels through aggregate supply and demand analysis and related graphical techniques; business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy, global implications of international trade and production. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
ES 215 Race And Ethnic Relations
Characteristics of minority-dominant relationships, their formation, stabilization, and modification in terms of discrimination, segregation, conflict, power, and assimilation. Cross-listed with SOC 215. Letter grade only.
3 ES 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ES 300 Global Race And Ethnic Relations
The purpose of this course is to understand global race and ethnic politics and relations. Letter grade only.
3 ES 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
ES 378 Asian American History
A critical examination of the historical experience of Asian Americans as an ethnic minority group in the United States within the context of US and world history. Cross-listed w/ HIS 378. Letter grade only.
3 ES 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ESE 304 Accessibility And Usability: Introduction To Universal Design
Introduction to issues faced by individuals with disabilities and others based on the planning and design of spaces, products, facilities, curriculum, and information and how universal design addresses these issues. Cross-listed w/ DIS 304. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
FOR 222 Environmental Conservation
Environmental quality problems in natural and human-made environments. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
FOR 230 Multicultural Perspectives Of Natural Resource Management
Introduces the effects of culture on attitudes, institutions, and natural resource management from a US ethnic minority, multicultural perspective. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Effective Writing
FYS 141 Social And Policital Worlds First Year Seminar
Students learn about the dynamic relationships between and within human communities, as well as significant psychological, social and/or political components. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic. Course fee required.
3 FYS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Any Skill
FYS 141H Social And Political Worlds First Year Seminar - Honors
Students learn about the dynamic relationships between and within human communities, as well as significant psychological, social and/or political components. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic. Course fee required.
3 FYS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Any Skill
GSP 201 Communities, Planning And Change
Urban planning, growth and land use; sustainability and the process of land use change and community development. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
GSP 220 United States Geography
Analyzes the relationships between physical and cultural aspects of the United States with an emphasis on contemporary geographic trends. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
GSP 240 World Geography West
Physical and cultural elements of Europe, Russia, and North and South America; areal distributions and factors influencing location, development, global processes, and international issues. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
GSP 241 World Geography East
Physical and cultural elements of Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Pacific regions; areal distributions and factors influencing location, development, global processes, and international issues. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
GSP 276 Planning For Sustainable Tourism
Issues and methods in planning for tourism development from a sustainability perspective. Letter grade or pass-fail.
3 GSP 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
GSP 348 Geography Area Studies
Geography of selected areas, such as a continent or country. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit for different areas.
3 GSP 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
GSP 376 Regional Geography Of Tourism And Recreation
Geographic perspectives on the global patterns of tourism and recreation. Letter grade only.
3 GSP 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 100 World History I
Exploration of humankind through a detailed analysis of materials from the world's major ancient and early medieval civilizations, paying particular attention to their intellectual, religious, political, and social traditions. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 100H World History I - Honors
Exploration of humankind through a detailed analysis of materials from the world's major ancient and early medieval civilizations, paying particular attention to their intellectual, religious, political, and social traditions. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 240 The Development Of Europe To 1650
Topics related to the development of Europe in a global context including ancient Middle East, Greeks and Romans, the medieval world, and the Renaissance and Reformation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 240H The Development Of Europe To 1650 - Honors
Topics related to the development of Europe in a global context including ancient Middle East, Greeks and Romans, the medieval world, and the Renaissance and Reformation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 241 The Development Of Europe Since 1650
Topics related to the development of Europe in a global context in the ages of absolutism, reason, revolution, Napoleon, nationalism, and the world wars, and the social and cultural background of the modern age. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 241H The Development Of Europe Since 1650 - Honors
Topics related to Europe in the ages of absolutism, reason, revolution, Napoleon, nationalism, and the world wars, and the social and cultural background of our own age. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 251 Making Of Modern Asia
Thematic study of the political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of China, Japan, and India in the modern era. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 251H Making Modern Asia - Honors
Thematic study of the political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of China, Japan, and India in the modern era. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 291 United States History To 1865
Colonial period and national development to the close of the Civil War. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 292 United States History Since 1865
Social, economic, and political developments since the Civil War. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 312 Gandhi's India
Examines the impact of British imperialism on the South Asian subcontinent between A.D. 1750 and 1950. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 312H Gandhi's India - Honors
Examines the impact of British imperialism on the South Asian subcontinent between A.D. 1750 and 1950. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 314 Contemporary India
Examines political, social, economic, and cultural developments in India from 1947 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 325 Modern China
Examines the political, socioeconomic, and cultural-intellectual developments in China from the 1830s to the 1940s. Focuses on the dual processes of modernization and revolution. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 325H Modern China - Honors
Examines the political, socioeconomic, and cultural-intellectual developments in China from the 1830's to the 1940's. Focuses on the dual processes of modernization and revolution. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 332 Modern Japan
Examines the political, social, and cultural history of Japan from the mid-nineteenth century to the World War II. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 332H Modern Japan - Honors
Examines the political, social, and cultural history of Japan from the mid-nineteenth century to the World War II. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global
HIS 335 Ancient World: Greece
Development of Greek culture from earliest times until the Roman conquest in 146 B.C.E. Outlines major events and political, social, and religious trends. HIS 240 is recommended before taking HIS 335. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 335H Ancient World: Greece - Honors
Development of Greek culture from earliest times until the Roman conquest in 146 B.C.E. Outlines major events and political, social, and religious trends. HIS 240 is recommended before taking HIS 335H. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Honors student group.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 336 Ancient World: Rome
Development of the Roman world from the ninth century B.C.E. until the fifth century C.E. Outlines major political, social, and religious trends. HIS 240 is recommended before taking HIS 336. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 336H Ancient World: Rome - Honors
Development of the Roman world from the ninth century B.C.E. until the fifth century C.E. Outlines major political, social, and religious trends. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 338 The Middle Ages
Western Europe in the world context from the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West (c. 300 A.D.) to the breakdown of medieval synthesis and discovery of the new world in the fifteenth century. HIS 240 is recommended before taking HIS 338. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 338H The Middle Ages - Honors
Western Europe in the world context from the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West (c. 300 A.D.) to the breakdown of medieval synthesis and discovery of the new world in the fifteenth century. HIS 240 or HIS 240H is recommended before taking HIS 338H. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 340 Renaissance And Reform
Cultural, political, religious, and social development of Europe from the end of the Middle Ages to the Thirty Years War. HIS 240 or HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 340. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 340H Renaissance And Reform - Honors
Cultural, political, religious, and social development of Europe from the end of the Middle Ages to the Thirty Years War. HIS 240 or HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 340H. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HIS 344 Recent Europe
From 1914 to the present. "The war to end war," Mussolini and Hitler, the Great Depression, origins and consequences of World War II, and Europe today. HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 344. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 344H Recent Europe - Honors
From 1914 to the present. "The war to end war," Mussolini and Hitler, the Great Depression, origins and consequences of World War II, and Europe today. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 350 Modern Spain: Politics, Society, And Culture
A political, social, and cultural history of Spain from the Napoleonic invasion (1808) to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 351 Modern France: Revolution, Reaction And Republicanism
French political, economic, and social history from the revolution of 1789 to World War I. Topics include republicanism, nationalism, industrialism, imperialism, social reform, class, and gender. HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 351. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 351H Modern France - Revolution, Reaction And Republicanism - Honors
French political, economic, and social history from the revolution of 1789 to World War I. Topics include republicanism, nationalism, industrialism, imperialism, social reform, class, and gender. HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 351H. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 366 The Holocaust
Nazi program for the destruction of European Jews, 1933-45. HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 366. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 375 The English Heritage I
Society, government, and culture from Roman and Anglo-Saxon to Stuart times; medieval kingship; the church and Parliament; the Tudor renaissance and reformation; the Civil War, and the emergence of the constitution of 1688. HIS 240 is recommended before taking HIS 375. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HIS 376 Modern Britain
This course examines the history of Britain and the British Empire from the early 18th century to the present and traces the transformation of the British Constitution and the changing meanings of "Englishness" and "Britishness" as well as the making and unmaking of the British Empire. The course considers how the resonance of race, class, gender, and the nation and the dynamics of imperial expansion in Britain changed over time. HIS 241 is recommended before taking HIS 376. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 378 The Asian American Experience
A critical examination of the experience of Asian Americans as an ethnic minority group in the United States within the context of US and world history. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
HIS 394 Cold War U.s.
Traces the history of the U.S. since 1945 with particular attention to the Cold War and its impact on domestic politics, culture, and society. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 396 Chicana(O) History: A History Of Mexican Americans
Examines major topics, methods, and recent scholarship in the field of Chicana and Chicano history from the sixteenth century to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Effective Writing
HIS 396H Chicana(O) History: A History Of Mexican Americans - Honors
Examines major topics, methods, and recent scholarship in the field of Chicana and Chicano history from the sixteenth century to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Effective Writing
HIS 397 Survey Of American Environmental History
Introduces American environmental history from the colonial era to the present: intellectual-cultural context, major writers, policies and legislation, ecofeminism, and environmental justice. HIS 291 or 292 is recommended before taking HIS 397. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HIS 397H Survey Of American Environmental History - Honors
Introduces American environmental history from the colonial era to the present: intellectual-cultural context, major writers, policies and legislation, ecofeminism, and environmental justice. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HON 144 Honors Seminar: Social And Political Worlds
Honor seminar that carries Social and Political Worlds Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only.
1-3 HON 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HON 199 Special Topics
Foundations of intellectual inquiry. In-depth study of a substantive problem. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HON 244 Honors Seminar: Social And Political Worlds
Honor seminar that carries Social and Political Worlds Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1-3 HON 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HON 294 Topics In Social And Political Worlds: Individual And Society
Introduction to the dynamic relationships between human communities and their ecological context, the systemic components and dynamics of contemporary human societies, relationships between human societies and the global community. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
HON 344 Honors Seminar: Social And Political Worlds
Honor seminar that carries Social and Political Worlds Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds
HON 394 Advanced Honors Seminar (Spw)
Seminar employing multidisciplinary approach towards understanding problems and issues involved in understanding the integrative nature of social, historical, and/or research related to a particular problem or issue. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HUM 356 Holocaust: Experience, History, Meaning
The Holocaust is put in cultural, historical and ethical perspectives with reflections on its meaning and impact on contemporary society. Includes study of anti-Judaism, modern antisemitism, racial ideology, and Nazi genocidal policy. Ghettoization, camps, strategies of victimization, and survival are examined. Students also study bystanders, perpetrators, victims, Allied responses, as well as issues of historiography and moral accountability. Letter grade only.
3 HUM 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HUM 375 Women In American Arts And Culture
Examination of the art and literature of diverse American women. Attention to political, social, historical, and economic contexts. Letter grade only.
3 HUM 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Effective Writing
HUM 375H Women In American Arts And Culture - Honors
Examination of the art and literature of diverse American women. Attention to political, social, historical, and economic contexts. Letter grade only.
3 HUM 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Effective Writing
HUM 395 Public Humanities
Examines the roots of our humanity, sources of the self and community, collective goods issues, possibilities for intentional cultural change, and the practical dimensions of building good and sustainable communities. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 15 units of credit.
3 HUM 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HUM 395H Public Humanities - Honors
Examines the roots of our humanity, sources of the self and community, collective goods issues, possibilities for intentional cultural change, and the practical dimensions of building good and sustainable communities. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 15 units of credit.
3 HUM 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
JUS 110 Introduction To Criminal Justice
This course provides an overview of developments and trends of the U.S. Criminal Justice System, the philosophy of criminal law, theories of deviance, and the nature and extent of crime in America. Students will examine contemporary issues defining criminal law, the enforcement of law, policing strategies, judicial systems, sentencing strategies, correctional practices, and emerging forms of justice. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
JUS 120 Introduction To Criminology
This course provides an introduction to the social science of criminology. As criminology traditionally examines the principle themes and theories related to the causes of crime, students will examine a number of the most significant theories concerning the nature and causes of crime, different types of crimes and criminal behaviors, and the impact that crime has on society at large. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
JUS 215 Drugs And Society
This course introduces students to drugs from a criminal justice perspective. Focus is placed on how chemical substances affect our minds and our bodies, as well as the negative impact drug use has on society as a whole. The course also explores the relationship between drugs and crime, and outlines legal and social approaches that have been used to combat drug use. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
PHI 335 Ethics And Disability
This course examines disability from a philosophical, and especially ethical perspective. It brings the experience of disability to bear on the domain of philosophy to discover whether philosophers have been flawed in fundamental ethical concepts and theories while using the methods and skills of philosophy to help understand disability in new and illuminating ways. Cross-listed with DIS 335. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PHI 357 Political Philosophy
Issues encountered in the analysis, evaluation, and justification of political authority. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
PHI 357H Political Philosophy - Honors
Issues encountered in the analysis, evaluation, and justification of political authority. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
POS 110 American Politics
Basic introduction to American national government; constitutional foundations, the structures of government, courts, Congress, the presidency, interest groups, political parties, and major political issues facing the American people. This course satisfies state teacher certification for teachers in Arizona for federal constitution only. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 POS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
POS 201 Introduction To Politics
Issues in contemporary political analysis, human values, and political goals; comparative study of how political systems differ; how nations influence one another. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
POS 224 Public Administration
Overview of the organization and management of public organizations, with attention to the political setting in which government bureaucracies and public agencies operate. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
POS 230 Current Issues Politics
Analyzes selected contemporary issues in national and international politics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 230H Current Issues In Politics - Honors
Analyzes selected contemporary issues in national and international politics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 241 State And Local Politics
Politics and administration of state and local government in the United States; problems, structures, and services. This course satisfies state teacher certification requirements for teachers in Arizona for Arizona constitution only. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
POS 250 Introduction To Public Policy Making
Policy making in the United States and/or other countries in a political, social, economic, and cultural context. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 254 Political Ideologies
Political ideas and belief systems in theory and practice. Includes democracy, liberalism, conservatism, Marxism, democratic socialism, liberation, and green ideologies. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
POS 344 Environmental Movements
Examines the broad range of environmentalisms existing in the United States today. Covers varied experiences, motivations, social and political critiques, organizational models, and political tactics. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 359 Environmental Policy
Political aspects of environmental problems, policy responses to those issues, and their impact on the human and natural environment. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 360 Comparative Politics
Comparative analysis of selected foreign governments: democratic, totalitarian, and those in the process of developing. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 361 Politics Of Developing Nations
Investigates the political dynamics of nations undergoing rapid social change and economic development. Focuses on problems endemic to the nations of Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
POS 361H Politics Of Developing Nations - Honors
Investigates the political dynamics of nations undergoing rapid social change and economic development. Focuses on problems endemic to the nations of Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
POS 362 Studies In Western European Politics
Structures and behavior of governmental institutions and political processes in selected countries of western Europe; the significance of the European Union. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 364 Studies In Russian And Central European Politics
Structures and behavior of governmental institutions and political processes in Russia and the central European states. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 364H Studies In Russian And Central European Politics - Honors
Structures and behavior of governmental institutions and political processes in Russia and the central European states. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
POS 380 Advanced International Politics
Analyzes international political relations emphasizing major theoretical approaches and their contributions to the search for solutions to particular issues and cases. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 101 Introduction To Psychology
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
PSY 101H Introduction To Psychology - Honors
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 240 Developmental Psychology
Surveys physical, social, and cognitive development from conception through adulthood. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 240H Developmental Psychology - Honors
Surveys physical, social, and cognitive development from conception through adulthood. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 250 Social Psychology
Scientific theory and research on how people think about self and others, influence other people, and form relationships with others. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 280 Cross-cultural Psychology
Studies the interaction between culture and human behavior. Topics will include cross-cultural methodology, cultural perspectives on cognition, emotion, motivation, development, social interaction, and psychopathology. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSYCH 101 Introduction To Psychology
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
PSYCH 240 Developmental Psychology
Surveys physical, social, and cognitive development from conception through adulthood. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSYCH 250 Social Psychology
Scientific theory and research on how people think about self and others, influence other people, and form relationships with others. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSYY 132 Cross-cultural Psychology
Impact of culture on the study of psychology. The role of culture in perceptual and cognition processes, human development, and social behavior. Includes issues such as intergroup relations, ethnocentrism, gender, personality, emotion, language, and communication. Letter grade only.
3 PSYY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds
REL 201 Indigenous Religions
Introduces the cosmologies, rituals, and worldviews of global indigenous traditions, ancient and contemporary. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Effective Writing
REL 201H Indigenous Religions - Honors
Introduces the cosmologies, rituals, and worldviews of global indigenous traditions, ancient and contemporary. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Effective Writing
REL 206 Women's Roles And Experience In Asian Religions
Examines the unique portrayal, roles, and experience of women in the religions of Asia, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
REL 207 Comparative Fundamentalisms In The World Religions
We study fundamentalist movements in Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Hinduism. How did ¿fundamentalism¿ move from American Protestantism to signify a global phenomenon? How do fundamentalists describe themselves? What are their grievances, ambitions, goals? Do they intersect with ethno- national identities? Does fundamentalist piety differ from religious extremism and violence? What are the roles of men and women? Letter grade only.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
REL 285 Religion And Society
Topics course examining issues in the role of religion in broader society, and its intersection with social, political, and economic forces. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
REL 361 Religion And Violent Conflicts: From Torture To Genocide
Violence is the assault on body and mind and inscribed into discourses of power. It is enforced and resisted by religions. We examine how violence affects the physical, gendered, racialized, religious, and collective body. We consider strategies and philosophies to counter violence. We critically examine intellectual, moral, and spiritual worldviews while analyzing specific arguments for their truth claims. Letter grade only.
3 REL 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
REL 390 Recent Trends In Religion
Topical study of selected religious trends that significantly affect the world today. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 REL 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SA 205 Topics In Study Abroad - Spw
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes introductory social, cultural, historical, political, artistic and/or economic developments related to the Study Abroad student's host culture/country. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Any Skill
SA 205H Topics In Study Abroad - Spw - Honors
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes introductory social, cultural, historical, political, artistic and/or economic developments related to the Study Abroad student's host culture/country. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds
SA 215 Topics In Study Abroad - Spw-gd
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes courses that enhance understanding of different cultures of the world through the study of language, literature, religion, and artistic creations or other disciplines. In addition, course must cover perspectives (e.g. theoretical; historical; social; political; economic; cultural; religious; geographic or sense of place; environment; or intellectual traditions and/or ways of knowing) of non-Western peoples Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Any Skill
SA 305 Special Topics In Study Abroad - Spw
Topics include intermediate and advanced studies in social, cultural, historical, political, artistic, and/or economic topics related to your host country. Must be currently participating in a Study Abroad program. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Any Skill
SA 315 Topics In Study Abroad -Spw-gd
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes courses that enhance understanding of different cultures of the world through the study of language, literature, religion, and artistic creations or other disciplines. In addition, course must cover perspectives (e.g. theoretical; historical; social; political; economic; cultural; religious; geographic or sense of place; environment; or intellectual traditions and/or ways of knowing) of non-Western peoples. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Any Skill
SBS 101 The Global Village
This interdisciplinary course is designed to foster global understanding and global citizenship and to introduce students to many disciplinary perspectives on the Global Village. Letter grade only.
3 SBS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication
SOC 101 Introduction To Sociology
Basic concepts and interpretations of human action; significance of a sociological perspective on the human experience. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
SOC 204 Sociology Of Gender
Examines the cultural meanings, social structures, and inequalities that affect women and men in relation to other forms of diversity; applies sociological, feminist, and socialization theories. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
SOC 204H Sociology Of Gender - Honors
Examines the cultural meanings, social structures, and inequalities that affect women and men in relation to other forms of diversity; applies sociological, feminist, and socialization theories. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
SOC 210 Social Problems
Selected social problems in contemporary American society. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
SOC 215 Race And Ethnic Relations
Characteristics of minority-dominant relationships, their formation, stabilization, and modification in terms of discrimination, segregation, conflict, power, and assimilation. Cross-listed with ES 215. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic SUN Critical Thinking
SOC 217 The Family
Historical variations in and antecedents of today's diverse family experiences; cultural, economic, and structural contexts shaping family lives; contemporary controversies. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOC 301 Topics In Contemporary Social Issues
Examines selected social issues in contemporary societies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit for up to 9 units with different content.
3 SOC 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOC 301H Topics In Contemporary Social Issues - Honors
Examines selected social issues in contemporary societies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 SOC 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds
SOC 316 Sociology Of Sexuality
Sources and modes of sexual socialization and the impact of sexual roles on relationships ranging from impersonal to intimate. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOC 333 Environment And Society
This course explores the social construction of nature and the growth of an environmental consciousness. Students will explore the cultural and structural roots of human-produced ecological problems. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOC 339 Crime, Law And Society
Analyzes the origins and development of law and social control agencies; structural theory of the origins of crime and criminality. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOCIO 101 Introduction To Sociology
Basic concepts and interpretations of human action; significance of a sociological perspective on the human experience. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
SOCIO 210 Social Problems
Selected social problems in contemporary American society. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
SOCIO 215 Race And Ethnic Relations
Characteristics of minority-dominant relationships, their formation, stabilization, and modification in terms of discrimination, segregation, conflict, power, and assimilation. Cross-listed with ES 215. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic SUN Critical Thinking
SOCIO 301 Topics In Contemporary Social Issues
Examines selected social issues in contemporary societies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit for up to 9 units with different content.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOCIO 316 Sociology Of Sexuality
Sources and modes of sexual socialization and the impact of sexual roles on relationships ranging from impersonal to intimate. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOCIO 333 Environment And Society
This course explores the social construction of nature and the growth of an environmental consciousness. Students will explore the cultural and structural roots of human-produced ecological problems. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOCIO 339 Crime, Law And Society
Analyzes the origins and development of law and social control agencies; structural theory of the origins of crime and criminality. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SOCY 142 Race And Ethnic Relations
Contemporary racial and ethnic intergroup relations emphasizing cultural origins, developments, and problems of minority groups in the United States. Letter grade only.
3 SOCY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic
SOCY 212 Gender And Society
Examine the ways society shapes and defines the positions and roles of both men and women. Emphasis on the sociological theories and research methods used to study how femininities and masculinities are constructed within the following social institutions: the family, education, work, healthcare, and the mass media. Letter grade only.
3 SOCY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds
SW 220 People To People: Social Welfare And Social Work
Introduces social work as a profession within the context of the institution of social welfare. Volunteer involvement required. Letter grade only.
3 SW 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SYS 241 Topics In Civic And Global Engagement
This Second Year Seminar will explore issues focused on the interconnectedness and interdependence of the human experience on a local and global scale. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to six units of credit with different topics.
3 SYS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing|Oral Communication
WEB 300 Consuming And Mastering The Digital Domain: Achieving Success In Your Online Classes
This class has the specific purpose to help students achieve success in online classes. Students will develop skills which are transferable to any number of academic disciplines, sustainable over time, and strategically useful in their chosen professions. Food, the topic chosen for this class, applies to almost any discipline in which students might major. Letter grade only.
3 WEB 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
WGS 150 Women, Information, And Technology
Examines the historical relationship of women, information, and technology through web-based learning, critical explorations of information technology, and computer communication skill building. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
WGS 250 Introduction To Queer Studies
This course will provide an introduction to queer theory and activism. Studies include social and historical construction of gender and sexuality, politics of coming out, transgender theory, mainstream LGBT movement, historical trauma and violence, HIV/AIDS, connections between sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, ability, national citizenship, role of allies and social change. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
WGS 260 Introduction To Transnational Feminisms
Survey focusing on women, gender constructions, histories, and issues in post-colonial settings in Africa, Asia, and/or Latin America. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
WGS 301 Women, Health And Healing
Represents health concepts basic to the mind-body processes and life experiences of women throughout the life cycle. Uses traditional and current feminist research. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Oral Communication