SPRING SEMESTER 2022 LIBERAL STUDIES

GLOBAL & MULTICULTURAL COURSE OPTIONS

Most 300-/400- level courses require JR Standing

 

Pre-Req./Notes

Credits

ANTY 101D, Anthropology & Human Exp.

None

3

ANTY 225IS, Culture, Language & Society

None

3

ARCH 323IA, World Architecture II

WRIT 101 (ARCH 121 and 221 Recommended)

3

BIOO 162CS, Insects and Human Society

None

3

EDU 211D, Multicultural Education

Sophomore Standing

3

GH 327-801, Global Cinema (formerly LS391)

Online Only

3

GPHY 141D, Geography of World Regions

None

3

HSTR 135D, Modern Middle East

None

4

HSTR 146, History & Culture: Silk Road

None

3

HSTR 308, Ancient Egypt

HSTR 101 or HSTR 102 or HSTR 160

3

HSTR 416, Global History of Food

Any Lower Division HSTR Course

3

HSTR 491, SP: History of Yoga: East/West

None

3

LIT 285, Mythologies

None

3

LIT 308, Multicultural Literature

LIT 110

3

LS 451 - 801, Film, Photos, and Culture

Online Only/Junior Standing

3

MUSI 130IA, History of Jazz

None

3

MUSI 307IA, World Music

Jr Standing/Online section 801; on campus sec 001

3

PHL 110IH, Intro Ethics: Good & Evil

None

3

PSCI 230D, Intro International Relations

None

3

PSCI 337, Model United Nations

Consent of Instructor

3

PSCI 491, Multicultural Politics in US

Online Only/Consent of Instructor

3

SOCI 325-801, Social Stratification

SOCI 101

3

SOCI 344, Sociology of Race & Ethnicity

SOCI 101; consent of department

3

 

AREA STUDIES: May count toward Global and Multicultural or Area Study.

ASIA

ARTH 360, History of Asian Art & Arch

ART 201 or ART 202

3

ANTY 343, Popular Culture- Japan

ANTY 225, or SOCI 374, or any course on Japan

3

CHIN 211D, Chinese Culture & Civilization

Corequisite: WRIT 101 or equivalent

3

HSTR 146, History & Culture: Silk Road

None

3

HSTR 345, Modern China

Any HSTR, HSTA, AMST, PHL, RLST, CHIN, or 300

level JPNS course, or consent of instructor

 

HSTR 443, Gender in Asia

Any HSTR, HSTA, AMST, PHL, RLST, CHIN, or 300

level JPNS course, or WS 491, or consent of instructor

3

JPNS 321, Modern Japanese Literature

WRIT 101

3

JPNS 325, Outcast Literature

WRIT 101

3

RLST 202D, Hindu Traditions

None

3

RLST 203D, Buddhist Traditions

None

3

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

HSTR 430, Latin American Social History

Junior Standing

3

HSTR 438, Latin America: Nature, History, Culture

Lower division HSTR course or consent of instructor

3

SPNS 352IH, US Latino Text and Cinema

WRIT 101; Taught in Spanish

3

SPNS 438, Lat. Am. Nature-History & Culture

Junior Standing

3

SPNS 470R, Hispanic Literature

SPNS 202; Taught in Spanish

3

NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES

NASX 105D, Intro to Native American Stds

None

3

NASX 205D, Native Americans in Contemp.

None

3

NASX 232D, MT Indian Cult., Hist., Cur. Issues

None

3

NASX 239, Native N.Am Hist via Art/

None

3

NASX 360, Native Americans & Cinema

Junior Standing

3

NASX 405, Gender Issues in NASX

Junior Standing

3

NASX 415 -801, Native Food Systems

Previous NASX Course. Online Only.

3

NASX 430. American Indian Education

Junior Standing

3

NASX 450, History of American Indians

Junior Standing

3

NASX 471 – 801, Native Grantsmanship

Junior Standing

3

NASX 476-801, Amer Indian Policy and Law

Previous NASX Course. Online.

3

WOMEN and GENDER STUDIES

LS 301 – 801, Heroes, Gender & Identity

Junior Standing/Online Only

1

NASX 405, Gender Issues in NASX

Junior Standing

3

PSYX 235D, Contemp. Issues in Human Sex.

PSYX 100

3

RLST 321 - 801, Religion and Gender

Any PHL or RLST course/Online Only

3

SOCI 425, Victims and Society

SOCI 101/Consent of Department

3

SOCI 434, Sociology of Human Sexuality

SOCI 101

3

WGSS 301RH - 801, Feminist Community Research

WGSS 201/Online

3

WGSS 454, Men and Masculinity

Sophomore Standing

3

*Most 300- and 400-level courses required Junior Standing Continued on the next page . . .

EUROPE (May not be put toward Global/Multicultural course requirements)

Course

Pre-Req.

Credits

ARTH 201IA, Art of World Civilization II

None (Lecture & Recitation)

4

FRCH 255, French on Stage

None; Taught in English

3

FRCH 306, French: From Reflection to Rev

None; Taught in English

3

FRCH 320, La France Aujourd’hui

FRCH 202D; Taught in French

3

FRCH 450, French Literature and Culture

FRCH 202D; Taught in French

3

GRMN 391, Rise of Fascism: Nazi Germany

WRIT 101

3

GRMN 450R, German Lit and Culture

GRMN 202D; Taught in German

3

HSTR 362, Modern Germany

Any Lower Division HSTR Course

3

LIT 322, Advanced British Literature

Sophomore Standing & 200 level LIT course

3

LIT 473RH, Studies in Shakespeare

LIT 110 + at least one other LIT course

3

MUSI 101IA, Enjoyment of Music

None

3

PHL 362, History of Philosophy: Modern

Prev. course in PHL or consent of Inst.

3

SPNS 327, Contemporary Spain and Nations

SPNS 202; in Spanish

3

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SPNS 363, Spanish Cinema

SPNS 202; in Spanish

3

LIBERAL STUDIES COURSES (All but LS 490R are Optional)

LS 101US: Ways of Knowing – Multiple Themes (Online section available)

None. Satisfies US Core.

3

LS 301 – 801, Parks, People & Places

Junior Standing

3

LS 350-801, Literature Reviews: Theory and Practice (WILDCARD)

Online Only/Jr. Standing

3

LS 411, Sustainable Cities

LS 103/Jr. Standing

3

LS 490R, Senior Capstone

Seniors Only. Contact Jaclyn to register.

4

 

Updated 10/18/2021 This list is subject to change without notice. Online Courses: Note Section Numbers

Contact Jaclyn Denny if you need to register for more than one section of LS 301 or LS 391.

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