FALL SEMESTER 2020 LIBERAL STUDIES

UPPER DIVISION QUATERNITY COURSES BY CATEGORY

All 300- and 400-level courses require Junior Standing

Online and special topics courses – Note section number in this course list

FINE ARTS

Course

Pre-Req./Notes

Credits

ARCH 322IA – World Architecture I

WRIT 101 (ARCH 121 and 221 Recommended)

3

ARTH 312 – History of Decorative Arts

None

3

ARTH 342 – Modern Art

ARTH 200 or 201

3

ARTH 402 – Greek Art and Architecture

ARTH 200 and 201

3

ARTH 410 – Medieval Art

None

3

ARTH 435 – Art in the United States

ARTH 200 or 201

3

CHIN 320IH – History of Chinese Cinema

None

3

CRWR 440 – Adv Creative Writ Workshop (Creative Nonfiction)

CRWR 340

3

HONR 391IA – Transformative Power of Music

Honors Students Only

3

HONR 494 – Design Thinking for Our Community

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494 – Studies in World Building

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494RA – Mapping the Greater Yellowstone Region

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

LS 301.801 – Science in Cinema (Online Only)

Sophomore Standing

1

HSTR 491.005 – Sp. History Through Anime/Manga

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

LS 452.801 – Brain on Art and Music (Online Only)

None

3

LS 491.801 – Ways of Seeing (Online Only)

None

3

PHOT 401 – Contemporary Issues in Photography

PHOT 303 or PHOT 304

3

SPNS 361 – Latin American Text & Cinema

SPNS 323 or 324 (Taught in Spanish)

3

HUMANITIES

CHIN 320IH – History of Chinese Cinema

None

3

CRWR 440 – Advanced Creative Writing Workshop

CRWR 340

3

GRMN 302 – German Language, Media, Culture II

GRMN 202D

3

HONR 494 – Design Thinking for Our Community

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494 – Studies in World Building

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494 – 002: Death Becomes Us

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494IH – Human Nature

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494RA – Mapping the Greater Yellowstone Region

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494RH – Art and Science of Medicine

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HSTA 316 – Early America

HSTA 101 or 102

3

 

HUMANITIES, continued

HSTA 320 – Birth of Modern US: 1865 – 1945

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 322 – Am History: WWII to Present

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 402 – Sex & Sexuality in America

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 409 – Food in America

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 412IH – American Thought and Culture

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 468 – History of Yellowstone

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTA 482 – Technology &The Fate of Humanity

HSTA 101 or 102

3

HSTR 346.801– Modern India: Women in Lit and Film (ONLINE)

HSTR 160 or HSTR 102 or HSTR 140

3

HSTR 353 – Modern France

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

HSTR 443 – Gender in Asia

Any HSTA, HSTR,, AMST, PHL, RLST, CHIN, or

300-level JPNS or WGSS 491

3

HSTR 467 – History of Mountaineering

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

HSTR 468 – From Empire to Republic

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

HSTR 486 – Museum History

Junior Standing

3

HSTR 491.001 – Sp: Nature & Culture in Europe

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

HSTR 491.002 – Sp: Memoir & Biography in History

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

HSTR 491.005 – Sp. History Through Anime/Manga

Any HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

JPNS 321 – Modern Japanese Literature

None

3

LIT 300 – Literary Criticism

LIT 110 or LIT 201

3

LIT 308 – Multicultural Literature

Any 200-level LIT Course

3

LIT 311 – American Literature after 1900

Any 200-level LIT Course

3

LIT 320 – Advanced British Literature I (Formerly LIT 324)

Any 200-level LIT Course

3

LIT 321: Advanced British Literature II (Formerly LIT 325)

Any 200-level LIT Course

3

LIT 431RH – Major Authors: Jane Austin

Sophomore standing and one 200-level LIT course

3

LIT 437: Stds in Genres New Ecofiction

Any 200-level LIT Course

3

LIT 438 – Stds in Literary Topics – LGBTQ

LIT 110 or LIT 201 and one other LIT course

3

LS 301-002 Environmental Law and the US Congress

Sophomore Standing

1

LS 391 – 801, Amer. Myth, Memory, Monuments (0nline Only)

None

3

LS 402.801 Contraception in America (Online Only)

None

3

LS 491.801 – Ways of Seeing (Online Only)

None

3

LS 491.803 – US/Mexico Borderlands (Online Only)

None

3

NASX 304 – Native American Belief & Philosophy

NASX 105 or NASX 232

3

NASX 340IH – Native American Literature

None

3

PHL 303 – Approaches to Epistemology

At least one PHL course

3

PHL 312 – Contemporary Moral Problems

At least one PHL course

3

 

HUMANITIES, continued

PHL 353 – Philosophy and Technology

At least one PHL course

3

PHL 354 – Philosophy of Race

At least one PHL course

3

PHL 361RH – History of Philosophy: Ancient/Medieval

At least one PHL course

3

PHL 370 – Philosophy of Religion

At least one PHL course

3

PHL 385 – Existentialism and After

At least one PHL course

3

Spanish Courses: SPNS 332,342 and 361

SPNS 202. Both are taught in Spanish

3

WRIT 326 Advanced Writing

WRIT 101 or equivalent

3

WRIT 371 Digital Rhetoric and Writing

Junior Standing or Consent of Instructor

3

WRIT 376 Public Rhetoric and Writing

WRIT 101 or equivalent

3

NATURALSCIENCES

ANTY 313 – Biological Anthropology

ANTY 215

3

BIOB 318 – Biometry

C – or better in any 100 (or above) level math course

3

BIOB 375 – General Genetics

BIOB 160, BIOB 170IN, BIOB 260 or BIOM 360

3

BIOE 370 – General Ecology

BIOB 170IN; M121Q; STAT 216 recommended

3

BIOE 427RN – Research in Freshwater Ecology

Concurrent reg. in BIOB 428 & Consent of Instructor

3

BIOE 428 – Freshwater Ecology

BIOE 370

3

BIOE 440 – Conservation Biology

BIOE 370, STAT 216 and STAT 217

3

BIOE 491 – Human Dimensions of Ecology & Mgmt

(New Course, CRN pending, TR 1:40 – 2:55)

3

CHTH 414.801 – Health & Culture: Global Perspective

Junior Standing

3

CHTH 435.801 – Human Response to Stress (Online)

Junior Standing

3

ENSC 444 – Watershed Hydrology

ERTH 101 +ENSC 110 +ENSC 245 (or equiv.

understanding). STAT 216 recommended

3

ENSC 454 – Landscape Pedology (11-week course)

ENSC 245IN

3

ENSC 461 – Restoration Ecology

BIOB 170 and either NRSM 240 or BIOE 370

3

ENSC 466 – Chemical Ecology

BIOE 370 or NRSM 240 and CHMY 121 or higher

3

ERTH 303 – Weather & Climate

ERTH 101

3

ERTH 307 – Principles of Geomorphology

ERTH 101

4

GPHY 329 – Environment and Society

None

3

GPHY 357 – GPS Fund/App in Mapping

GPHY 284

3

GPHY 358 – GPS Mpping Ser. Lrnng (Multiple themes)

Co-requisite: GPHY 357

1

GPHY 384 – Adv. GIS and Spatial Analysis

GPHY 284 and Consent of Instructor

3

GPHY 325 – Cultural Geography

None

3

GPHY 402 – Water and Society

None

3

GPHY 445 – Advance Regional Geography

Two of the following: ERTH 101, GPHY 121, GPHY 141

3

GPHY 491 - 002: Learn to Live w/Wildfire

Consent of Instructor

3

GPHY 491.001 – Enviro planning and management toolkit

Consent of Instructor

3

KIN 320 – Exercise Physiology

Grade of “C” or better in BIOH 201 or KIN 221

4

 

NATURAL SCIENCES (Continued)

KIN 322 – Kinesiology

Consent of Instructor. See Catalog for Prereqs

4

KIN 325R – Biomechanics

M 151 or M 161, BIOH 201, PHSX 2015 and KIN 322

4

KIN 410 – Adv Strength Training & Conditioning

KIN 320

3

NASX 415 Native Food Systems

NASX 105 or 232 or consent of instructor

3

NRSM 330 – Fire Ecology and Management

NRSM 101 or NRSM 240 or BIOE 370

3

NRSM 453 – Habitat Inventory and Analysis

NRSM 240 or BIOE 370 + STAT 216 or BIOB 316

3

NUTR 321 – Nutrition in the Life Cycle (Campus & Online)

NUTR 221; Online enroll in section 801

3

NUTR 411 – Nutrition for Sports/Exercise

KIN 221 or BIOH 201 AND NUTR 221CS

3

PSYX 350 – Physiological Psychology

PSYX 100 and BIOL 100, BIOL 102 or BCHM 104

3

SOCIAL SCIENCES

AGBE 337 – Agricultural Law

None

3

ANTY 313 – Biological Anthropology

ANTY 215

3

ANTY 337 – Sex, Gender, Sexuality Japan

ANTY 225 or SOCI 326 or WGSS 201

3

ANTY 454- Lithic Technology

ANTY 215

3

ANTY 473– Language and Culture

ANTY 225 or SOCI 374

3

BGEN 361 – Principles of Business Law (online option, sec 801)

None

3

BMGT 335 – Management and Organization (online, sec 801)

None

3

BMKT 325 – Principles of Marketing

ECNS 101

3

CHTH 317 – Health Behavior Theories

PSYX 100 or SOCI 100

3

CHTH 414 – 801 Health & Culture: Global Persp (ONLINE)

Junior Standing

3

CHTH 430 – Mental Health & Social Issues in Aging (online)

None

3

ECNS 309 – Managerial Economics

ECNS 202 and ECNS 204 or 251; M 161 or 171

3

ECNS 313 – Money and Banking

ECNS 202 or ECNS 251

3

ECNS 314 – International Economics

ECNS 204 or ECNS 251

3

GPHY 329 – Environment and Society

None

3

GPHY 325 – Cultural Geography

None

3

GPHY 402 – Water and Society

None

3

HDFS 465R – Family Law and Public Policy (formerly FCS465R)

FCS 263 and FCS 371

3

HONR 494 – Critical Perspectives in Leadership

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494 – Design Thinking for Our Community

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494 – Studies in World Building

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494IS – 1stAmend: Free Speech Past, Present, Future

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

HONR 494RS – Art and Science of Medicine

HONR 201 and HONR 202 or HONR 301

4

LS 301.002 – Environmental Law and the US Congress

Sophomore Standing

1

LS 402.801 Contraception in America (Online Only)

None

3

LS 491.803 – US/Mexico Borderlands (Online Only)

None

3

NASX 405 – Gender Issues in Native American Studies

Any NASX Course

3

 

SOCIAL SCIENCES, Continued

NASX 415 – Native Food Systems

NASX 105 or NASX 232

3

NASX 476 – American Indian Policy and Law

NASX 105

3

PSCI 306 – Legislative Process

PSCI 210

3

PSCI 351 – Comparative Politics

Consent of PSCI Department

3

PSCI 356 – Classical Political Thought

PSCI 201, 210, 230, 240, 250

3

PSCI 423 – Politics of Development

PSCI 201, 210, 230, 240, 250

3

PSCI 439 – International Human Rights

PSCI 230D

3

PSCI 461 – Administrative Law

PSCI 210 and 240

3

PSCI 471 – American Constitutional Law

Consent of PSCI Department

3

PSCI 491 – Political Crime (online, section 801)

None

3

PSCI 494 – Current Issues in International Relations

PSCI 230D

3

PSYX 340 – Abnormal Psychology

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 350 – Physiological Psychology

PSYX 100 and BIOL 100, BIOL 102 or BCHM 104

3

PSYX 354 – Sensation and Perception

PSYX 350

3

PSYX 358 – Drugs and Behavior

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 370 – Psychology of Learning

PSYX 225

3

PSYX 375 – Behavior Modification

PSYX 225 and PSYX 270 or PSYX 370

3

PSYX 380 – Memory and Cognition

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 383 – Health Psychology

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 384 – Consciousness

PSYX 225 and PSYX 350

3

PSYX 463 – Social Cognition

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 477 – Science of Well-Being

PSYX 100

3

PSYX 491 – Eating Disorders (online)

PSYX 100

3

SOCI 311 – Criminology

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course), SOCI 202 or STAT 216

3

SOCI 313: Principles of Criminal Law and Procedure

SOCI 101 , Q Core, Consent of SOCI Department

3

SOCI 326 – Sociology of Gender

SOCI 101 , Q Core, Consent of SOCI Department

3

SOCI 335 – Juvenile Justice System

SOCI 101 , Q Core, Consent of SOCI Department

3

SOCI 358 – Crime and Inequality

SOCI 101 , Q Core, Consent of SOCI Department

3

SOCI 374 – Sociology of Culture

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 414 - Family Violence

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 420 – Violence in America (online, section 801)

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 423 – Sociology of Corrections

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 435 – Law and Society

SOCI 101 , Q Core, Consent of SOCI Department

3

SOCI 455 – Classical Sociological Theory

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 470 – Environmental Sociology

SOCI 101 (or equivalent course) and Q Core

3

SOCI 494: Various Themes. Contact Sociology Dept to register

Consent of Sociology Department

3

SPNS 320 – Spanish Culture and Civilization

SPNS 202; taught in Spanish

3

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SPNS 350 – US Latino Cultures

SPNS 202; taught in Spanish

3

Updated 3/13/2020

This list is subject to change without notice

Online courses – Note section number in this course list