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The first entry for each course is a three digit numeral plus, in some cases, a single letter which together with the subject area, serves to identify the course. The number followed by the dash represents the semester credit hours. Students are encouraged to use DegreeWorks (available through SalukiNet) to discover the core curriculum courses required for his/her catalog year and major.

I. Foundation Courses

Course Title
CMST 101 Introduction to Oral Communication: Speech, Self, and Society.
ENGL 101 English Composition I.
ENGL 102 English Composition II.
ENGL 120H Honors Advanced Freshman Composition.
LING 101 English Composition I for ESL Students.
LING 102 English Composition II for ESL Students.
MATH 101 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics.
MATH 110 Non-Technical Calculus
CS 215 Discrete Mathematics
UNIV 100 Transfer Student College Planning
UNIV 100A Foundations of Inquiry for Dual Admission Program Students: Part one of three.
UNIV 100B Foundations of Inquiry for Dual Admission Program Students: Part two of three.
UNIV 100C Foundations of Inquiry for Dual Admission Program Students: Part three of three.
UNIV 101A Saluki Success.
UNIV 101B Foundations of Inquiry for Business.
UNIV 101D Foundations of Inquiry: Foreign Languages.
UNIV 101I Foundations of Inquiry: Introduction to Agriculture, Food and Forestry.
UNIV 101J Foundations of Inquiry: Careers in Music.
UNIV 101P Foundations of Inquiry: Careers in Psychology.
UNIV 101T Foundations of Inquiry in Aviation Technologies.
UNIV 101U Saluki Success.
UNIV 101X Foundations of Inquiry: Introduction to Information Assurance and Cybersecurity.
UNIV 301 Backpack to Briefcase

II. Discplinary Studies

Fine Arts

Course Title
AD 100A Foundation Studio A.
AD 100B Foundation Studio B.
AD 101 Introduction to Visual Culture
ARC 314I Expressions in Architecture.
CP 101 Film History and Analysis.
CP 101H Honors Film History and Analyis.
CP 354I Mass Media Culture and American Studies.
ENGL 119 Introduction to Creative Writing.
ENGL 119H Introduction to Creative Writing.
ENGL 206A Literature Among the Arts: The Visual.
ENGL 307I Film as Literary Art.
FL 200A Masterpieces of World Literature-France and Francophone Countries.
FL 200B Masterpieces of World Literature-Germany, Switzerland, Austria.
FL 200C Masterpieces of World Literature-Spain.
HIST 201 Art, Music and Ideas in the Western World.
MUS 103 Music Understanding.
MUS 106 The History of Rock and Roll.
RTD 362I Sound Art and Practice.
THEA 101 Theater Insight.
UHON 351F Honors Seminar in Fine Arts.

Human Health

Course Title
BIOL 202 Human Genetics and Human Health.
HED 101 Foundations of Human Health.
HND 101 Personal Nutrition.
KIN 101 Current Concepts of Physical Fitness.
PH 101 Foundations-Human Health.
PHSL 201 Human Physiology.
REHB 205 Diability and Chronic Disorders.
REBH 205H Disability & Chronic Disorders Honors.

Humanities

Course Title
AD 207A Introduction to Art History I.
AD 207B Introduction to Art History II.
AD 207C Introduction to Art History III.
CHIN 120A Elementary Chinese.
CHIN 120B Elementary Chinese.
CHIN 201A, B Intermediate Chinese.
CHIN 370 Contemporary China.
CLAS 130A,B Elementary Classical Greek.
CLAS 133A,B Elementary Latin.
CLAS 201A, B Intermediate Greek.
CLAS 202A, B Intermediate Latin.
CLAS 230 Classical Mythology.
CLAS 270 Greek Civilization.
CLAS 271 Roman Civilization.
CLAS 315I Classical Themes and Contemporary Life: Seminar Series.
CP 358I Introduction to Peace Studies.
EA 102 East Asian Civilization.
EA 300 Masterpieces of East Asian Literatures.
ENGL 121 The Western Literary Tradition.
ENGL 121H The Western Literary Tradition Honors.
ENGL 204 Literary Perspectives of the Modern World.
ENGL 209 Introduction to Genre.
FL 120A, B Beginning Sign Language.
FL 220A, B Intermediate American Sign Language.
FL 370 Deaf Culture.
GER 201A, B Intermediate German: Cultural Encounters.
GEOL 329H Geomythology Honors.
GEOL 329I Geomythology.
HIST 101A The History of World Civilization I-To Industrialization.
HIST 101B The History of World CivilizationII-Since the Age of Encounter.
HIST 358I Introduction to Peace Studies.
JPN 131A, B Elementary Japanese.
JPN 201A,B Intermediate Japanese.
JPN 370 Contemporary Japan.
JRNL 334 Ethics in Media, Culture and Society.
JRNL 399 First Freedoms.
LING 200 Language, Society and the Mind.
MATH 300I History of Mathematics.
PHIL 102 Introduction to Philosophy.
PHIL103A World Humanities.
PHIL 103B World Humanities.
PHIL 104 Ethics.
PHIL 105 Elementary Logic.
PHIL 303I Philosophy and the Arts.
PHIL 307I Philosophy of Science, Nature and Technology.
PHIL 309I Philosophy of Peace, Law, and Justice.
PHIL 334 Ethics in Media, Culture and Society.
PHIL 399 First Freedoms.
SPAN 201A, B Intermediate Spanish.
UHON 351U Honors Seminar in Humanities.

Science

Course Title

Group I.

CHEM 106 Chemistry and Society.
GEOG 104 Weather, Climate, and Society.
GEOG 303I Physical Geography.
GEOG 310I Introduction to Geographic Information Systems.
GEOL 111 Geology and the Environment.
GEOL 112 Geology and the Environment Laboratory Learning.
GEOL 121 The History of the Earth.
GEOL 122 Natural Hazards and Catastrophes.
GEOL 123 Natural Hazards and Catastrophes Laboratory.
GEOL 124 History of the Earth Laboratory.
GEOL 128 The Dinosaurian World.
GEOL 129 DinoLab.
GEOL 130 The Planets.
GEOL 131 The Planets Laboratory Learning.
PHYS 101 Physics that Changed the World.
PHYS 103 Astronomy.

Group II.

ANTH 240A Human Biology: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology.
PLB 115 General Biology.
PLB 117 Plants and Society.
PLB 301I Environmental Issues.
ZOOL 115 General Biology.

Social Science

Course Title
ABE 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues.
AGRI 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues.
ANTH 104 The Human Experience-Anthropology.
CI 227 Intimate Relationships and Family Development.
ECON 113 Economics of Contemporary Social Issues.
ECON 302I History and Philosophy of the World's Economic Systems.
FIN 200 Personal Finance.
FOR 125 Forestry and Natural Resource Conservation.
GEOG 100 Environmental Conservation.
GEOG 103 World Geography.
GEOG 300I Geography, People and the Environment.
HIST 110 Twentieth Century America.
HIST 112 The Twentieth Century World.
HIST 205A History of Western Civilization.
HIST 205B History of Western Civilization.
JRNL 306I International Media Systems.
JRNL 314I American Politics and the Mass Media.
LAC 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues.
MCMA 200 Media and Information Literacy.
POLS 114 Introduction to American Politics.
POLS 213 State and Local Government.
POLS 250 Introduction to Comparative Politics.
POLS 314I American Politics and the Mass Media.
POLS 332I Introduction to Civil Liberties and Civil Rights.
POLS 372I Politics of the Global Economy.
PSYC 102 Introduction to Psychology.
SOC 108 Introduction to Sociology.
SOC 306I Popular Culture in Society.
WGSS 286 Intimate Relationships and Family Development.
ZOOL 312I Conservation of Natural Resources.

III. Integrative Studies

Multicultural: Diversity in the United States

Course Title
AD 227 History of African American Art.
AD 267 Picturing Difference: Native, African and European Americans in American Art.
AD 307I Women in Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts.
AD 317I Contemporary Native American Art: Anthropological Perspective.
AFR 215 Black American Experience in a Pluralistic Society.
AFR 227 History of African American Art.
AFR 303I Women, Blues and Literature
ANTH 202 America's Diverse Cultures.
ANTH 204 Latino Cultures in America.
ANTH 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
CCJ 203 Crime, Justice and Social Diversity.
CMST 201 Performing Culture.
CMST 301I Communication Across Cultures.
ENGL 205 Cultural Diversity in American Literature.
ENGL 212 Introduction to American Studies.
ENGR 304I Social History of American Technology.
FL 301I Cross-Cultural Orientation.
FR 200 Women in French and Francophone Literatures.
HIST 202 America's Religious Diversity.
HIST 212 Introduction to American Studies.
KIN 210 Diversity in American Sport.
LING 201 Language Diversity in the USA.
LING 320I Language, Gender and Power.
MCMA 204 Alternative Media in a Diverse Society.
MUS 203 Diversity and Popular Music in American Culture.
MUS 303I Women, Blues and Literature
PHIL 210 The American Mind.
PHIL 211 Philosophy and Diversity: Gender, Race and Class.
PHIL 308I Asian Religions: A Philosophical Approach.
POLS 215 Politics of Diversity in the United States.
POLS 352I Ethnicity, Nationalism and Culture.
PSYC 223 Diversity in the Workplace.
PSYC 233 Psychology of Gender in a Diverse Context.
SOC 215 Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States.
SOC 223 Women and Men in Contemporary Society.
SOC 304I Global Perspectives on the Family.
WGSS 200 Women in French and Francophone Literatures.
WGSS 201 Multicultural Perspectives on Women, Gender and Sexuality.
WGSS 223 Women and Men in Contemporary Society.
WGSS 233 Psychology of Gender in a Diverse Context.
WGSS 301I Women in Science, Engineering and Technology.
WGSS 303I Women, Blues and Literature.
WGSS 307I Women in the Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts.
WGSS 320I Language, Gender and Power.

Interdisciplinary

Course Title
AD 307I Women in the Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts.
AD 317I Contemporary Native American Art: Anthropological Perspective.
AFR 303I Women, Blues and Literature
AGRI 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues.
ARC 314I Expressions in Architecture.
CLAS 315I Classical Themes and Contemporary Life: Seminar Series.
CMST 301I Communication Across Cultures.
CP 354I Mass Media Culture and American Studies.
CP 358I Introduction to Peace Studies.
ECON 302I History and Philosophy of the World's Economic Systems.
ENGL 307I Film as Literary Art.
ENGR 301I Humans and Their Environment.
ENGR 303I The Role of Energy in Society.
ENGR 304I Social History of American Technology.
FL 301I Cross-Cultural Orientation.
GEOG 300I Geography, People and the Environment.
GEOG 303I Physical Geography.
GEOG 310I Introduction to Geographic Information Systems.
GEOL 327I The World's Oceans.
GEOL 328I Dinosaurs and the Age of Reptiles.
GEOL 329I Geomythology.
GEOL 330I The Planets.
HIST 358I Introduction to Peace Studies.
JRNL 306I International Media Systems.
JRNL 314I American Politics and the Mass Media.
LAC 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues.
LING 320I Language, Gender and Power.
MATH 300I History of Mathematics.
MUS 303I Women, Blues and Literature
PHIL 303I Philosophy and the Arts.
PHIL 307I Philosophy of Science, Nature and Technology.
PHIL 308I Asian Religions: A Philosophical Approach.
PHIL 309I Philosophy of Peace, Law, and Justice.
PLB 301I Environmental Issues.
PLB 303I Evolution and Society.
POLS 314I American Politics and the Mass Media.
POLS 332I Introduction to Civil Liberties and Civil Rights.
POLS 352I Ethnicity, Nationalism and Culture.
POLS 372I Politics of the Global Economy.
RTD 362I Sound Art and Practice.
SOC 304I Global Perspectives on the Family.
SOC 306I Popular Culture in Society.
WGSS 301I Women in Science, Engineering and Technology.
WGSS 307I Women in the Visual Arts: Social and Educational Contexts.
WGSS 320I Language, Gender and Power.
ZOOL 312I Conservation of Natural Resources.

Multicultural Applied Experience Courses

Course Title
ANTH 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
AVM 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
DH 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
FL 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
LING 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
SOC 298 Multicultural Applied Experience.
WGSS 298 Multicultural Applied Experience Option.