Undergraduate Course Catalog

University Core Curriculum

A. Preamble: Core Goals for Undergraduate Education
Graduates of Ball State University are individuals who realize their intellectual potential, who seek to add breadth and depth to their perspectives, and who maintain their physical well-being.
Graduates of the university command extensive knowledge and a mature repertoire of cognitive, practical, and technological skills. They exhibit integrity and responsible action in their social, professional, and civic lives. They respect the histories, cultures, and needs of others. They inform their decisions through critical, creative, and scientific reasoning, and they discern the consequences of their decisions and actions at the local, national, and global levels. They acknowledge responsibility for environmental well-being and for the civic engagement that a diverse democracy requires. 
Employing scientific, critical, and creative thinking, Ball State graduates transform 
            Experience into information (isolate discrete, recognizable and usable facts), 
            Information into knowledge (analyze facts within an intellectual framework, discover
            meaning in 
experience), 
            Knowledge into judgment (reflect on knowledge gained to make choices and direct what
            they think, say and do),
 
            Judgment into action (take individual responsibility and contribute to the well-being of 
            their communities).
To achieve this vision and accomplish these transformations, student learning experiences are guided by a recursive, intellectual development process inherent in the following goals:

1. To transform experience into information, Ball State graduates are intentional learners who 
        • accurately observe and measure elements of the natural and social worlds, 
        • are alert to the importance of context, 
        • explore diverse ways of knowing, 
        • develop strategies for reflecting on experience.

2. To transform information into knowledge, Ball State graduates are informed, flexible thinkers who 
        • analyze data to reveal existing patterns of information and to create new patterns; 
        • understand the various ways that information is incorporated into branches of knowledge; 
        • work independently as well as collaboratively to generate knowledge; 
        • develop an intellectual framework with which to synthesize information from multiple
           sources; 
        • adapt their intellectual framework to accommodate new information; 
        • develop the art of communication—oral, visual, and written--in more than one language
           (natural and/or symbolic).

3. To transform knowledge into judgment, Ball State graduates are critical and creative thinkers who 
        • use multiple sources of information and knowledge in forming judgments; 
        • evaluate strengths and weaknesses of arguments and actions; 
        • understand the ethical implications of possessing and using knowledge; 
        • take an inquiring stance toward the world while appreciating the contributions of tradition; 
        • consider and understand others’ values as well as their own; 
        • value diversity in the social and natural world; 
        • develop effective decision-making strategies based on an awareness of their own strengths
           and weaknesses; 
        • understand how their actions affect the complex, interrelated systems that compose our
           environment.

4. To transform judgment into action, Ball State graduates are responsible learners who 
        • recognize the responsibilities of an educated person to self, family, community, country,
           and the world; 
        • accept the responsibility to act on their principles; 
        • adapt to change; 
        • work with others to overcome obstacles to communication, building consensus for action; 
        • communicate effectively—in oral, visual, and written modes, and in more than one language
           (natural and/or symbolic); 
        • adopt habits of mind for continuous inquiry about themselves, others, and the world; 
        • act responsibly given the dangers to and the fragility of the natural environment; 
        • make and act on a commitment to health and wellness.

The proposed UCC-21 has six distinguishing features: 
        • Intellectual development: As indicated in the Preamble, UCC-21 courses must have 
           intellectual development goals, not simply content area requirements. 
        • Exposure to multiple domains: The UCC-21 ensures that students will be able to
           distinguish among domains of knowledge based on their specific epistemologies and
           methods, as well as on the basis of content. 
        • Integration of 21st Century skills: In addition to developing writing skills beyond
           those of the required course in English composition, the UCC-21 asks students to engage
           issues related to civic life, diverse cultures, and the environment, not in separate
           courses for each of these areas, but in courses that address one or more of these areas
           either inside or outside the major, inside or outside the UCC-21. 
        • Integration of Core courses and the major: The UCC-21 allows coursework in the
           major to count for as many as six hours in the Core as long as the courses in the major
           meet learning transformation requirements. 
        • Experiential/immersion experience or similar learning experience: The UCC-21
           envisions that students will demonstrate the ability to work successfully in the major (and
           related areas, as appropriate) through experiences that are cumulative and integrative, that
           include individual or collaborative reflective components, and that provide an opportunity
           to communicate, both orally and in writing, at a level expected of a college graduate. 
        • Learning outcomes: The UCC-21 encourages participation by any department in the
           university because the acceptability of courses for the core depends on learning outcomes,
           as well as course content. 

      Writing Proficiency Program. All students must take the Writing Proficiency Examination before graduation. Students take the examination, which is designated as WPP 392, after completing 60 but before completing 90 semester hours. Students who fail to pass the examination after two attempts will be required to take WPP 393, the writing proficiency course. They will satisfy the writing proficiency requirement by successfully completing WPP 393, but the credit hours in the course will not apply toward any graduation requirement. 
        Students with baccalaureate degrees from accredited institutions who are pursuing a second degree are exempt from the Writing Proficiency Examination.

TIER 1 Foundation
One course required from each category:

PREFIX

NO

SHORT TITLE

CR HRS

Written Communication 

ENG

103
104
or
114

Rhetoric & Writing (3)
Composing Research (3)

Composing Research (HC) (3)

6

ENG 101 and 102 substitute for ENG 103.

Oral Communication   

COMM

210

Fundamentals of Public Comm (3)

3

History      

HIST

150
151
152

The West in the World (3)
World Civilization 1 (3)
World Civilization 2 (3)

3

HIST 151 and 152 substitutes for HIST 150, which will satisfy the core foundation history requirement.


Mathematics    

MATH

125
132
161
165
201
207

Mathematics Applications (3)
Brief Calculus (3)
Applied Calculus 1 (3)
Calculus 1 (4)
Num Alg Prob Elem Teach (4)
Mathematics Exceptional Learn (4)

3-4

Physical Wellness   

PFW

100
101
102
103
104
105
117
148
160
217

Physical Conditioning (2)
Physical Fit and Well Activity (1)
Physical Fit and Well Lecture (1)
Walking (2)
Jogging (2)
Adapted Physical Fit and Well (2)
Water Aerobics (2)
Aerobics (2)
Ind Physical Fit and Wellness (1-2) 
Swimming (2)

2

Personal Finance   

FCS
FIN

135
101
110

Financial Literacy (1)
Pers Fin for Fiscal Wellnss (1)
Personal Finance (3)

1-3

TIER 1 Domain
One course required from each category:

Fine Arts

AHS

DANC
MUHI

THEA

100
101
100
100
330
100

Introduction to Art (3) (I) 
History of Art Survey 1 (3) (I) 
Intro to Dance History (3) 
Introduction to Music (3) (I)
Music History (3) 
Intro to Theatre (3)

3

Humanities

ANTH
CC

CH


ENG

FR


GEOG
GER


GRK


HIST


HONR
JAPA


LAT


PHIL
RELS
SP

 

111
101
105
102
201
202
206
213
102
201
202
121
102
201
202
102
201
202
198
201
202
201
102
201
202
102
201
202
100
160
102
201
202

Anth, Culture, and Globalization (3) (IR) 
Word Origins and Vocab Dev (3) 
Intro to the Classical World (3) (IR)
Beginning Chinese 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermediate Chinese 1 (4) (IR)
Intermediate Chinese 2 (4) (IR) 
Reading Literature (3) 
Intro to Digital Literacies (3) (T) 
Beginning French 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermediate French 1 (3) (IR)
Intermediate French 2 (3) (IR) 
Geog of Cultural Environment (3) 
Beginning German 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermediate German 1 (3) (IR)
Intermediate German 2 (3) (IR) 
Beginning Greek 2 (3) (IR) 
Intermediate Greek 1 (3) (IR)
Intermediate Greek 2 (3) (IR) 
Non-Western Civilizations (3) (IR) 
American History, 1492-1876 (3) (A) 
US History, 1877 to Present (3) (A) 
Inquiries in the Ancient World (3) 
Beginning Japanese 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermediate Japanese 1 (4) (IR)
Intermediate Japanese 2 (4) (IR) 
Beginning Latin 2 (3) (IR) 
Intermediate Latin 1 (3) (IR)
Intermediate Latin 2 (3) (IR) 
Introduction to Philosophy (3) 
Intro to Religion in Culture (3) 
Beginning Spanish 2 (4) (IR) 
Intermediate Spanish 1 (3) (IR)
Intermediate Spanish 2 (3) (IR)

































3-4

Natural Sciences

ANTH
ASTR

BIO


CHEM


GEOG
GEOL
HSC
NREM
PHYC

 

105
100
120
100
111
112
100
101
111
101
101
160
101
100
101
110
120

Introduction Biological Anth (3)
Intro Astro: Sol Sys & Bey (3)
The Sun and Stars (3)
Biology for a Modern Society (3) (E)
Principles of Biology 1 (4)
Principles of Biology 2 (4)
People and Chemistry (3)
Gen, Org, Biochem/Hlth Sci (5)
General Chemistry 1 (4)
Earth Sea Sky: Geographic View (3)
Planet Earth Geol Environment (3) (E)
Fundamentals of Human Health (3)
Environment and Society (3) (E)
Conceptual Physics (3)
Phys Sci Concepts for Teachers (1-3)
General Physics 1 (4) 
General Physics 1 (5)

3-5

Social Sciences

ANTH

CJC

COMM

ECON


GEOG
HONR
POLS

PSYS
SOC

 

101
103
101
102
240
290
116
201
247
150
189
130
293
100
100
224
242
260

Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3) (IR) 
Archaeology and Culture (3) 
Intro to Criminal Justice (3)
Introduction to Criminology (3) 
Introduction to Human Comm (3)
Intercultural Communication (3) (IR)
Survey of Economic Ideas (3) (R) 
Elementary Microeconomics (3) (R) 
Econ & Stats for the Media (3) 
Global Geography (3) 
Inquiries in Global Studies (3) (I) 
American National Government (3) 
International Relations (3) (I) 
Intro to Psychological Science (3) 
Principles of Sociology (3) 
Family and Society (3) 
Social Problems (3) 
Society and the Individual (3)

3

TIER 2
One course required from any 2 categories:

Fine Arts/Design

AHS

ARCH
CAP
DANC
HONR
MMP
MUHI

MUSE
TDPT
TEDU
TGRA

THEA
TMFG

200
201
229
200
302
203
100
105
331
265
280
102
184
286
317
105

Critical Perspect Contemp Art (3) (I)
Art Criticism and Meaning (3) (W) 
History of Architecture 1 (3) (WRT)
Design Thinking (3) (E)
Dance History 2 (3) (W)
Inquiries 19th 20th 21st Cent (3) (W) 
Survey of the Music Industry (3) (T)
Mus and Pop Culture in America (3) (A)
Music History (3) (WI)
Music Basics for the Classroom (3) (W)
3D Prototyping (3) (T)
Design Techniques (3) (T) 
Comp Applications-Graphic Arts (3) (T) 
Digital Photography 1 (3) (T)
Pre-Modern Theatre History (3) (W)
Technical Design Graphics (3) (T)

 

Humanities

ANTH
CC


COMM
EDRD
ENG







FR


GER
HIST

HONR
JAPA
PHIL





RELS



SP

 

463
201
202
205
322
320
402
405
490
491
492
493
494
498
334
335
360
361
310
370
202
334
102
202
203
230
304
315
201
250
280
290
334
335
360

Theor & Meth Hist Arch (3) (W)
Cultural Life Ancient Greece (3) (W)
Cultural Life Ancient Rome (3) (W)
Mythologies of the World (3) (IR)
Comm and Popular Culture (3) (T)
Content Area Reading (3) (R)
Cultural Studies (3) (W)
Spec Topics Creative Writing (3) (W) 
Literature and Gender (3) (WR)
Lit of African American Trad (3) (WRA)
Native American Literature (3) (WRA)
American Ethnic Literature (3) (WRA)
Queer Lit/Queer Theory (3) (WR)
Post-Colonial Studies (3) (WR)
Civ and Culture: Old Regime (3) (IR) 
Civ and Culture: Modern France (3) (IR)
Intro to French Lit Readings (3) (IR) 
Intro to German Literature 1 (3) (IR)
Intro History of US Business (3) (A)
Foundations Asian Civilization (3) (IR)
Middle Ages Renaiss Enlightnmt (3) (W)
Japanese Culture and Civ (3) (IR)
Intro to Critical Reasoning (3) (W)
Ethics (3) (W)
Social Philosophy (3) (RA)
Environmental Ethics (3) (WSE)
Philosophy of Sport (3) (W)
African American Philosophy (3) (WRA)
Religion and Popular Culture (3) (WR)
Intro Biblical Interpretation (3) (IR)
Topics in Religion in America (3) (R)
Topics in Asian Religions (3) (IR)
Spanish Civ and Culture (3) (IR)
Latin-American Civ and Culture (3) (IR)
Intro to Hispanic Lit Readings (3) (IR)

 

Natural Sciences

ASTR

BIO



CHEM

CS
GEOG
GEOL

HONR


NREM

PHYC

124
151
102
113
216
220
112
200
200
265
201
206
296
297
298
211
221
151

The Solar System (3) (T)
The Universe and You (3) (T)
Biol Concepts for Teachers (3) (E)
Microbiology for Health Sci (5) (I)
Ecology (3) (IE)
Ecological Issues/21st Century (3) (E)
General Chemistry 2 (4) (T)
Society and Chemistry (3) (ST)
Computers and Society (3) (AT)
Intro Geographic Info Systems (3) (T)
Earth, Life, and Time (3) (AT)
Oceans and Nations (3) (IE)
Inquiries in Physical Sciences (3) (ET)
Inquiries in Earth Sciences (3) (ET)
Inquiries in Life Sciences (3) (ET)
Water Resources (3) (I)
Soil Resources (3) (E)
Energy: Technology and Society (3) (T)

 

Social Sciences

ANTH


CJC

ECON







EDFO
EDMU



EDTE
FCFC
HONR
HSC


NREM
POLS


PSYS


SOC




SOCW
TDPT
WGS

231
301
311
311
329
202
279
309
310
311
331
348
351
420
205
302
370
400
355
250
199
180
261
471
205
431
432
433
324
325
424
228
333
380
421
425
230
406
210

Intro Native American Studies (3) (IRA)
Hist Method/Theory in Anth (4) (W)
Ethnicity and Race (3) (R)
Race, Ethnicity and Gender (3) (R) 
Decision Making and Ethics (3) (R)
Elementary Macroeconomics (3) (RA)
Problems of Emerging Nations (3) (IR)
Amer Econ Hist 1: to Civil War (3) (IEA)
Amer Econ Hist 2: 1860-1990 (3) (ERA)
Environmental Economics (3) (WIE)
Labor Economics (3) (RA)
Health and Economics (3) (RA)
International Economics (3) (I)
Soc, Hist, Phil Found of Ed (3) (RA)
Intro to Multicul Ed (3) (R)
Self & Social Const of ID (3) (R)
Repres & Multicul: Thry & Prac (3) (R)
Top Sem in Multicul Stds (3) (R)
Lrn/Tchng w/Emerging Tech (3) (T)
Family Relations (3) (A)
Contemp American Civilization (3) (A)
Principles of Community Health (3) (S)
Health, Sex, & Family Life (3) (R)
Death and Dying (3) (R)
Internatnl Natural Resources (3) (IER)
Legislation (3) (A)
The American Chief Executive (3) (A)
The American Judicial System (3) (A)
Psychology of Women (3) (R)
Psych Prejudice Discrimination (3) (R)
Psychology of Diversity (3) (R)
Global and the Third World (3) (IE)
Sociology of Media (3) (A)
Sociological Research Methods (3) (W)
Racial & Cultural Minor US (3) (R)
Sociology of Law (3) (A)     
Human Behav and Social Envr 1 (3) (R)  
Technical Decision Making (3) (T)
Intro Women’s & Gender Studies (3) (R)

6

TIER 3 Course/Experience 

One course required:   

ACR


ADS
AFA



AHS
AHSC
ANTH




AQUA
ART

AT
BIO
CHEM
CJC


COMM



CS

ECON

ENG
EXSC
FCS
FL
FR
GEOG
GEOL
GER
HIST


HONR
HSC
ISOM


JAPA
JOUR

LA
MATH

MGT
MMP
MUSP
MUST
NREM
PHIL
PHYC
PLAN
POLS


PSYS

SOC
SOCW

SP

SPAA
SPTA
TCMP
TCST
TGRA
THEA
TMFG

WGS

418
428
438
442
487
489
491
493
480
485
369
445
450
459
479
479
480
490
492
217
400
369
471
479
369
412
465
479
496
498
369
424
444
479
403
470
470
448
383
470
300
369
440
499
479
369
480
490
470
369
479
404
496
498
491
495
498
495
369
400
482
401
369
479
499
492
499
492
460
462
401
402
319
479
466
460
480
434
460
465
499

Ceramics: Senior Project (3)
Metals: Senior Project (3)
Senior Project in Glass (3)
Visual Communication 4 (3)
Senior Project in Drawing (3)
Senior Project in Painting (3)
Senior Project in Sculpture (3)
Senior Project in Printmaking (3)
Art History Senior Thesis (3)
Respiratory Care Practicum 4 (6)
Paid Intern in Anth (1-6)
Archaeological Field School (6)
Ethnographic Field School (6-12)
Ethnographic Methods (3)
Unpaid Internship (1-6)
Aquatics Internship (12)
Senior Proj Photo Intermedia (3)
Senior Project in Animation (3)
Athletic Training Practicum 2 (1-3)
Methods in Ecology (2) (W)
Chemical Communications (1) (W)
Paid Internship in CJC (12 or 15)
Practicum in CJC (3-6)
Unpaid Internship in CJC (12 or 15)
Professional Experience (1-6)
Rhetorical Criticism (3) (W)
Human Communication Inquiry (3) (W)
Practical Experience (1-3)
Software Engineering 2 (3) (W)
Soft Eng 2 (service) (3) (WS)
Internship in Economics (1-6)
Introduction to Econometrics (3) (W)
Senior Seminar (3) (W)
Exercise Science Internship (12)
FCS in Practice (3) (W) 
Immersive Study Abroad (1-3)
French Immersive Study Abroad (1-3)
Geog Information System Design (3)
Field Geology (6)
German Immersive Study Abroad (1-3)
Internship (3-12) (W)
Paid Internship (3-12) (W)
Senior Research Project (1) (W)
Senior Honors Project (3)
Practical Experience (3-9)
Intern in ISOM (1-6)
Oper Mgt Integ Project (3)
Info Sys Integ Project (3) 
Japan Immersive Study Abroad (1-3)
Paid Internship (0-3)
Unpaid Internship (0-3)
LA Comprehensive Project (5) (W)
Capstone Math Teaching (3)
Senior Seminar (2) (W)
Bus Policy and Strategy Mgt (3)
MMP Project/Recital (3)
Senior Recital (2)
Composition-Project Recital (1-3)
Professional Practice (1-3)
Immers/Experiential Learning (1-6)
Independent Studies in Physics (1-3) (W)
Field Studio (4)
Pd Prof Exp in Amer Gov & Law (3)
Pract Exp/Amer Gov & Law (3)
Sr Seminar in Gov & Pols (3)
Research Seminar (3)
Dept Honors in Psychology (3)
Capstone Course in Sociology (3) (S)
Practicum (12)
Practicum Seminar (3)
History of Spanish Literature (3)
History of Latin-American Lit (3)
Clinical Practicum (3)
Internship in Sport Admin (12)
Capstone Computer Technology (3) (ST)
Capstone in Construction (3)
Capstone in Graphic Arts (3) (W)
Immersion Experience (1-12)
Project in CAM 1 (3)
Six Sigma Project 1 (3)
Women/Gender Studies Capstone (3)

 

 

Student Teaching

EDAL
EDEL





EDJH
EDSE

SPCE

 

470
400
401
402
463
464
465
465
460
465
466
489
491
492

Student Teaching: All-Grade (6-7)
Student Teaching: Pre-K (6)
Student Teaching: Kindergarten (6)
Student Teaching: Primary (6)
Student Teaching: Elementary (3)
Student Teaching: Elementary (6)
Student Teaching: Elementary (3)
Elect Student Tchng: JH/MS (3 or 5)
Student Tchng: Sec Schl (6-7)
Elective Student Teaching (3 or 5)
Stud Teach: Hearng Impd (1-12) 
Stud Teach: Mild Disabilities (1-12)
Stud Teach: Sec Mld Int (1-12)
Stud Teach Children/Youth (6-12)


Wiser + Courses

Writing
One course required:

AHS
ANTH

ARCH
BIO
CC

CHEM
COMM

CS

DANC
ECON

ENG










FCS
FR
GER
HIST


HONR

HSC
ISOM
JOUR
LA
MATH
MUHI
MUSE
NEWS
NREM
PHIL





PHYC
PSYS
RELS
SOC
SOCW
SP
TGRA
THEA

201
301
463
229
217
201
202
400
412
465
496
498
302
311
424
230
285
402
405
444
490
491
492
493
494
498
403
302
302
300
369
440
202
203
290
249
104
404
498
331
265
221
331
102
202
230
304
315
415
482
284
201
380
330
302
480
317

Art Criticism and Meaning (3)
Hist Method/Theory in Anth (4)
Theor & Meth Hist Arch (3)
History of Architecture 1 (3)
Methods in Ecology (2)
Cultural Life Ancient Greece (3)
Cultural Life Ancient Rome (3)
Chemical Communications (1)
Rhetorical Criticism (3)
Human Communication Inquiry (3)
Software Engineering 2 (3)
Soft Eng 2 (service) (3)
Dance History 2 (3)
Environmental Economics (3)
Introduction to Econometrics (3)
Reading & Writing About Lit (3)
Intro to Creative Writing (3)
Cultural Studies (3)
Spec Topics Creative Writing (3)
Senior Seminar (3)
Literature and Gender (3)
Lit of African American Trad (3)
Native American Literature (3)
American Ethnic Literature (3)
Queer Lit/Queer Theory (3)
Post-Colonial Studies (3)
FCS in Practice (3)
Composition (3)
Composition (3)
Internship (3-12)
Paid Internship (3-12)
Senior Research Project (1)
Middle Ages Renaiss Enlightnmt (3)
Inquiries 19th 20th 21st Cent (3)
Eval & Assess in Schl Hlth (2)
Foundations of Business Comm (3)
Strategic Writing (3)
LA Comprehensive Project (5)
Senior Seminar (2)
Music History (3)
Music Basics for the Classroom (3)
Storytelling: Covering Issues (3)
Energy and Mineral Resources (3)
Intro to Critical Reasoning (3)
Ethics (3)
Environmental Ethics (3)
Philosophy of Sport (3)
African American Philosophy (3)
Prof and Practical Ethics (3)
Independent Studies in Physics (1-3)
Research Methods in Psych Sci (4)
Religion and Popular Culture (3)
Sociological Research Methods (3)
Human Behav and Social Envr 2 (3)
Composition (3)
Capstone in Graphic Arts (3)
Pre-Modern Theatre History (3)

3-4

One course required from any category below:

American Institutions

ANTH
CS
ECON




EDEL
EDFO
ENG


FCFC
GEOL
HIST


HONR

MUHI
PHIL

POLS


SOC

231
200
202
309
310
331
348
100
420
491
492
493
250
201
201
202
310
199
390
105
203
315
431
432
433
333
425

Intro Native American Studies (3)
Computers and Society (3)
Elementary Macroeconomics (3)
Amer Econ Hist 1: to Civil War (3)
Amer Econ Hist 2: 1860-1990 (3)
Labor Economics (3)
Health and Economics (3)
Educ in a Democratic Society (3)
Soc, Hist, Phil Found of Ed (3)
Lit of African American Trad (3)
Native American Literature (3)
American Ethnic Literature (3)
Family Relations (3)
Earth, Life, and Time (3)
American History, 1492-1876 (3)
US History, 1877 to Present (3)
Intro History of US Business (3)
Contemp American Civilization (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3)
Mus and Pop Culture in America (3)
Social Philosophy (3)
African American Philosophy (3)
Legislation (3)
The American Chief Executive (3)
The American Judicial System (3)
Sociology of Media (3)
Sociology of Law (3)


Environment

ANTH

BIO



CAP
ECON


FCS
GEOL

HONR



NREM



PHIL
SOC

312
455
100
102
216
220
200
309
310
311
103
101
206
296
297
298
390
101
205
221
331
230
228

Ecological Dims of Culture (3)
Primatology (3)
Biology for a Modern Society (3)
Biol Concepts for Teachers (3)
Ecology (3)
Ecological Issues/21st Century (3)
Design Thinking (3)
Amer Econ Hist 1: to Civil War (3)
Amer Econ Hist 2: 1860-1990 (3)
Environmental Economics (3)
Introduction to FCS (3)
Planet Earth Geol Environment (3)
Oceans and Nations (3)
Inquiries in Physical Sciences (3)
Inquiries in Earth Sciences (3)
Inquiries in Life Sciences (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3)
Environment and Society (3)
Internatnl Natural Resources (3)
Soil Resources (3)
Energy and Mineral Resources (3)
Environmental Ethics (3)
Global and the Third World (3)


International

AHS


ANTH


BIO

CC

CH


COMM
ECON



ENG
FCFA
FR





GEOL
GER



GRK


HIST

HONR

JAPA



LAT


MUHI

NREM


POLS
RELS

SOC
SP

 

100
101
200
101
111
231
113
216
105
205
102
201
202
290
279
309
311
351
205
270
102
201
202
334
335
360
206
102
201
202
361
102
201
202
198
370
189
390
102
201
202
334
102
201
202
100
331
205
211
309
293
250
290
228
102
201
202
334
335
360

Introduction to Art (3)
History of Art Survey 1 (3)
Critical Perspect Contemp Art (3)
Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
Anth, Culture, and Globalization (3)
Intro Native American Studies (3)
Microbiology for Health Sci (5)
Ecology (3)
Intro to the Classical World (3)
Mythologies of the World (3)
Beginning Chinese 2 (4)
Intermediate Chinese 1 (4)
Intermediate Chinese 2 (4) 
Intercultural Communication (3)
Problems of Emerging Nations (3)
Amer Econ Hist 1: to Civil War (3)
Environmental Economics (3)
International Economics (3)
World Literature (3)
The Fashion Industry (3)
Beginning French 2 (4) 
Intermediate French 1 (3) 
Intermediate French 2 (3)
Civ and Culture: Old Regime (3)
Civ and Culture: Modern France (3)
Intro to French Lit Readings (3)
Oceans and Nations (3)
Beginning German 2 (4) 
Intermediate German 1 (3) 
Intermediate German 2 (3) 
Intro to German Literature 1 (3) 
Beginning Greek 2 (3) 
Intermediate Greek 1 (3) 
Intermediate Greek 2 (3)
Non-Western Civilizations (3)
Foundations Asian Civilization (3)
Inquiries in Global Studies (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3)
Beginning Japanese 2 (4) 
Intermediate Japanese 1 (4) 
Intermediate Japanese 2 (4)
Japanese Culture and Civ (3)
Beginning Latin 2 (3) 
Intermediate Latin 1 (3) 
Intermediate Latin 2 (3)
Introduction to Music (3)
Music History (3)
Internatnl Natural Resources (3)
Water Resources (3)
Human Dimensions Global Change (3)
International Relations (3)
Intro Biblical Interpretation (3)
Topics in Asian Religions (3)
Global and the Third World (3)
Beginning Spanish 2 (4)
Intermediate Spanish 1 (3)
Intermediate Spanish 2 (3)
Spanish Civ and Culture (3)
Latin-American Civ and Culture (3)
Intro to Hispanic Lit Readings (3)


Respect

ANTH



ARCH
CC

CH


CJC

COMM
ECON






EDEL
EDFO
EDMU



EDRD
ENG





FR





GER



GRK


HIST

HONR
HSC

ISOM
JAPA



LAT


NREM
PHIL

PSYS


RELS



SOC
SOCW
SP





WGS

101
111
231
311
229
105
205
102
201
202
311
329
290
116
201
202
279
310
331
348
244
420
205
302
370
400
320
490
491
492
493
494
498
102
201
202
334
335
360
102
201
202
361
102
201
202
198
370
390
261
471
249
102
201
202
334
102
201
202
205
203
315
324
325
424
201
250
280
290
421
230
102
201
202
334
335
360
210

Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
Anth, Culture, and Globalization (3)
Intro Native American Studies (3)
Ethnicity and Race (3) 
History of Architecture 1 (3)
Intro to the Classical World (3)
Mythologies of the World (3)
Beginning Chinese 2 (4) 
Intermediate Chinese 1 (4) 
Intermediate Chinese 2 (4)
Race, Ethnicity and Gender (3)
Decision Making and Ethics (3) 
Intercultural Communication (3)
Survey of Economic Ideas (3)
Elementary Microeconomics (3)
Elementary Macroeconomics (3)
Problems of Emerging Nations (3)
Amer Econ Hist 2: 1860-1990 (3)
Labor Economics (3)
Health and Economics (3)
Early & Elem Educ for Soc Just (3)
Soc, Hist, Phil Found of Ed (3)
Intro to Multicul Ed (3)
Self & Social Const of ID (3)
Repres & Multicul: Thry & Prac (3)
Top Sem in Multicul Stds (3)
Content Area Reading (3)
Literature and Gender (3)
Lit of African American Trad (3)
Native American Literature (3)
American Ethnic Literature (3)
Queer Lit/Queer Theory (3)
Post-Colonial Studies (3)
Beginning French 2 (4) 
Intermediate French 1 (3) 
Intermediate French 2 (3)
Civ and Culture: Old Regime (3)
Civ and Culture: Modern France (3)
Intro to French Lit Readings (3) 
Beginning German 2 (4) 
Intermediate German 1 (3) 
Intermediate German 2 (3) 
Intro to German Literature 1 (3)
Beginning Greek 2 (3) 
Intermediate Greek 1 (3) 
Intermediate Greek 2 (3)
Non-Western Civilizations (3)
Foundations Asian Civilization (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3)
Health, Sex, & Family Life (3)
Death and Dying (3)
Foundations of Business Comm (3) 
Beginning Japanese 2 (4) 
Intermediate Japanese 1 (4) 
Intermediate Japanese 2 (4)
Japanese Culture and Civ (3) 
Beginning Latin 2 (3) 
Intermediate Latin 1 (3) 
Intermediate Latin 2 (3)
Internatnl Natural Resources (3)
Social Philosophy (3)
African American Philosophy (3)
Psychology of Women (3)
Psych Prejudice Discrimination (3)
Psychology of Diversity (3)
Religion and Popular Culture (3)
Intro Biblical Interpretation (3)
Topics in Religion in America (3)
Topics in Asian Religions (3)
Racial & Cultural Minor US (3)
Human Behav and Social Envr 1 (3) 
Beginning Spanish 2 (4) 
Intermediate Spanish 1 (3) 
Intermediate Spanish 2 (3)
Spanish Civ and Culture (3) 
Latin-American Civ and Culture (3)
Intro to Hispanic Lit Readings (3)
Intro Women’s & Gender Studies (3)


Service

CHEM
CS


EDEL
ENG
FCS
FL
HONR
HSC
PHIL
SOC
TCMP

200
269
369
498
100
409
103
395
390
180
230
492
466

Society and Chemistry (3)
Service Learning (1-3)
Professional Experience (1-3)
Soft Eng 2 (service) (3)
Educ in a Democratic Society (3)
CW in the Community (3)
Introduction to FCS (3)
WL Methods, Reading, Materials (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3)
Principles of Community Health (3)
Environmental Ethics (3) 
Capstone Course in Sociology (3)
Capstone Computer Technology (3)


Technology

ARCH
ASTR

CHEM

COMM
CS



EDTE
ENG
FL
GEOG
GEOL
HONR



ISOM
MMP
NREM
PHYC
TCMP
TDPT

TEDU
TGRA

TMFG

229
124
151
112
200
322
104
110
120
200
355
213
396
265
201
296
297
298
390
125
100
335
151
466
280
406
102
184
286
105
161

History of Architecture 1 (3)
The Solar System (3)
The Universe and You (3)
General Chemistry 2 (4)
Society and Chemistry (3)
Comm and Popular Culture (3)
Introduction to Computers (3)
Intro to Computer Science (3)
Computer Science 1 (4)
Computers and Society (3)
Lrn/Tchng w/Emerging Tech (3)
Intro to Digital Literacies (3)
Tech and Assessment in FLE (3) 
Intro Geographic Info Systems (3)
Earth, Life, and Time (3)
Inquiries in Physical Sciences (3)
Inquiries in Earth Sciences (3)
Inquiries in Life Sciences (3)
Honors Colloquium (1-3) 
Micro Apps for Business (3)
Survey of the Music Industry (3)
Renewable Energy/Sustain Tech (3)
Energy: Technology and Society (3)
Capstone Computer Technology (3)
3D Prototyping (3)
Technical Decision Making (3)
Design Techniques (3) 
Comp Applications-Graphic Arts (3) 
Digital Photography 1 (3)
Technical Design Graphics (3)
Intro Manufacturing Industries (3)

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