Principal Courses (pre-FA13)

Current as of 1/15/11

Humanities

Historical Studies (HT)

  • AAAS 106 The Black Experience in the Americas
  • AAAS 116 The Black Experience in the Americas, Honors
  • AMS 100 Introduction to American Studies
  • AMS 101 Introduction to American Studies, Honors
  • ANTH 110/ANTH 310 Introduction to Archaeology
  • ANTH 111 Introduction to Archaeology, Honors
  • CLSX 151 Archaeological Discovery
  • CLSX 152 Archaeological Discovery, Honors
  • EURS 302 European Culture and Society 1945 to Present: Decline of Modernity and Rise of Postmodernism
  • GERM 136 The German-American Experience
  • GERM 320 Border Crossings in German Culture (December 13, 2005)
  • HIST 101 Introduction to History:________
  • HIST 102 Introduction to History, Honors: _________
  • HIST 108 Medieval History
  • HIST 113 Europe 1500 - 1789, Honors
  • HIST 114 Renaissance to Revolution:  Europe 1500-1789
  • HIST 115 French Revolution to the Present:  Europe 1789-Present
  • HIST 116 French Revolution to the Present:  Europe 1789-Present, Honors
  • HIST 117 Russia, an Introductory History
  • HIST 121 Modern Latin America
  • HIST 123 Modern Latin America, Honors
  • HIST 128 History of the United States Through the Civil War
  • HIST 129 History of the United States After the Civil War
  • HIST 130 History of the United States Through the Civil War, Honors
  • HIST 131 History of the United States After the Civil War, Honors
  • HIST 320/WS 320 From Goddesses to Witches: Women in Premodern Europe
  • HIST 321/WS 321 From Mystics to Feminists: Women’s History in Europe 1600 to the Present (October 5, 2004)
  • HA 100/HA 300 Introduction to Art History
  • HA 103 Introduction to Art History, Honors
  • HA 150 Western Art History I: Ancient Through Medieval Art
  • HA 160 Western Art History I, Honors (prerequisite: HA 150 or HA 160)
  • HA 261 Introduction to Modern Art
  • HA 265 Introduction to Asian Art
  • HA 266 The Visual Arts of East Asia
  • HWC 120 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies (November 14, 2006)
  • MUSC 136/MUSC 336 Masterworks of Music
  • MUSC 298 Introduction to Jazz
  • MUSC 310 History of Film Music (December 13, 2005)
  • SLAV 140 Introduction to Russian Culture
  • SLAV 141 Introduction to Russian Culture, Honors
  • SLAV 340 Introduction to the Languages and Peoples of Russian and East-Central Europe
  • SLAV 341 Introduction to the Languages and Peoples of Russian and East-Central Europe, Honors
  • WS 320/HIST 320 From Goddesses to Witches: Women in Premodern Europe
  • WS 321/HIST 321 From Mystics to Feminists: Women’s History in Europe 1600 to the Present (October 5, 2004)         

Literature and the Arts (HL)

  • CLSX 148 Greek and Roman Mythology
  • CLSX 149 Greek and Roman Mythology, Honors
  • CLSX 230 Greek Literature and Civilization
  • CLSX 330 Greek Literature and Civilization, Honors
  • CLSX 240 Roman Literature and Civilization
  • CLSX 340 Roman Literature and Civilization, Honors
  • COMS 235 Introduction to Rhetoric and Social Influence (prerequisite: COMS 130, COMS 150 or COMS 230)
  • DANC 330 Approaches to World Dance (prerequisite: 200-level English course)
  • DANC 460 Dance History: Research and Reconstruction
  • ECIV 104/ECIV 304 Eastern Civilization
  • ECIV 105/ECIV 305 Eastern Civilization, Honors
  • ENGL 309 The British Novel (prerequisite:  prior completion of the freshman-sophomore English requirement or its equivalent)
  • ENGL 315 Studies in British Literature
  • ENGL 325 Recent Popular Literature (prerequisite: prior completion of the freshman-sophomore English requirement or its equivalent)
  • ENGL 387 Introduction to the English Language  (prerequisite: prior completion of the freshman-sophomore English requirement or its equivalent)
  • EURS 329/PCS 329 History of War and Peace
  • EURS 430/HWC 430 European Civilization in the World Context: _________________ (prerequisite:  HWC 114 or HWC 204 and HWC 115 or HWC 205)
  • EURS 550 Classics of Peace Literature (prerequisite:  HWC 204 or HWC 205)
  • FMS 200 Film and Media Aesthetics
  • FMS 100 Introduction to the Film Medium
  • FMS 311 History of the American Sound Film
  • FMS 314 History of African-American Images in Film
  • FMS 380 American Popular Culture of :________
  • FREN 152 France and the French
  • FREN 326 Introduction to French Literature (prerequisite: FREN 300 or with FREN 300)
  • FREN 401 Paris, City of Lights and Legends
  • FREN 405 French Literature in Translation
  • GERM 120 German Classics in English Translation: ____________________
  • GERM 124 German Cinema in Context
  • GERM 125 German Cinema in Context, Honors
  • GERM 132 The German Cultural Heritage
  • GERM 324 Magic, Monsters and the Occult (December 13, 2005)
  • GERM 325 Magic, Monsters and the Occult - Honors
  • GERM 328 Germany in the Arts (December 13, 2005)
  • GERM 332 Berlin in German Culture (December 13, 2005)
  • HWC 110 Introduction to Humanities (November 8, 2005)
  • HWC 111 Introduction to Humanities – Honors (October 10, 2006)
  • HWC 206 Contemporary Western Civilization (December 9, 2009)
  • HWC 302 European Culture and Society 1945 to Present: Decline of Modernity and Rise of Postmodernism
  • HWC 304 Masterpieces of World Literature I
  • HWC 308 Masterpieces of World Literature II
  • HWC 312 Masterpieces of World Literature III
  • HWC 430/EURS 430 European Civilization in the World Context: _________________ (prerequisite: HWC 114 or HWC 204 and HWC 115 or HWC 205)
  • ITAL 335 Italy and the Italians I
  • JWSH 311 Narratives of Jewish Life
  • JWSH 327 Jewish Secular Culture
  • PCS 329/EURS 329 History of War and Peace
  • PORT 340 Textual Analysis and Critical Reading (prerequisite:  grade of A or B in PORT 216)  (November 2, 2004)
  • PORT 540 Textual Analysis and Critical Reading (prerequisite:  consent of instructor)  (November 2, 2004)
  • SLAV 144 Survey of Russian Literature in Translation
  • SLAV 145 Survey of Russian Literature in Translation, Honors
  • SLAV 148 Introduction to Slavic Folklore
  • SLAV 149 Introduction to Slavic Folklore, Honors
  • SLAV 316 The Peoples and Cultures of Southeastern Europe Through Film
  • SLAV 317 The Peoples And Cultures Of Southeastern Europe Through Film, Honors
  • SPAN 300 The Origins and Development of Spanish-American Culture (offered during summer language institute only) (prerequisite:  SPAN 108, SPAN 109 or SPAN 111 or 2 years high school Spanish)
  • SPAN 340 Textual Analysis and Critical Reading (prerequisite: SPAN 323 or SPAN 324 and concurrent enrollment in SPAN 328)
  • THR 100 Introduction to the Theatre
  • THR 106 Acting I
  • THR 215 Approaching Design
  • THR 380 Popular Culture: _____
  • THR 404 Children and Drama

Philosophy and Religion (HR)

  • AMS 290 Varieties of Religious Experience in America: Past & Present
  • COMS 332 The Rhetorical Tradition (prerequisite: COMS 130, COMS 150, or COMS 230)
  • EALC 105/REL 106 Living Religions of the East
  • EALC 108/REL 108 Living Religions of the East, Honors                                                            
  • PHIL 140 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 141 Introduction to Philosophy, Honors
  • PHIL 160 Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 161 Introduction to Ethics, Honors
  • PHIL 180 Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 181 Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy, Honors
  • PHIL 320 Philosophical Issues in the Life Sciences (May 8, 2007)
  • PHIL 384 Ancient Philosophy (renumbered from PHIL 288 – May 8, 2007)
  • PHIL 386 Modern Philosophy from Descartes to Kant (May 8, 2007)
  • REL 104 Introduction to Religion
  • REL 105 Introduction to Religion, Honors
  • REL 106/EALC 105 Living Religions of the East
  • REL 107/REL 307 Living Religions of the West
  • REL 108/EALC 108 Living Religions of the East, Honors
  • REL 109 Living Religions of the West, Honors
  • REL 124 Understanding the Bible
  • REL 125 Understanding the Bible, Honors
  • REL 171 Religion in American Society
  • REL 172 Religion in American Society, Honors
  • REL 306/EALC 306 Living Religions of the East


Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Biological Sciences (NB)

  • ANTH 104/ANTH 304 Fundamentals of Physical Anthropology
  • ANTH 105 Fundamentals of Physical Anthropology, Honors
  • BIOL 100 Principles of Biology (laboratory BIOL 102)
  • BIOL 101 Principles of Biology, Honors (laboratory BIOL 103)
  • BIOL 110 Microorganisms in Your World
  • BIOL 120 Insects in Your World
  • BIOL 150 Principles of Molecular and Cellular Biology, lecture and lab
  • BIOL 151 Principles of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Honors, lecture and lab
  • BIOL 152 Principles of Organismal Biology, lecture and lab (prerequisite BIOL 150 or BIOL 151)
  • BIOL 153 Principles of Organismal Biology, Honors, lecture and lab  (prerequisite BIOL 150 or BIOL 151)
  • BIOL 200 Basic Microbiology (laboratory BIOL 203) (prerequisite: high school biology & chemistry)
  • BIOL 215 Evolution and Diversity in Shaping Our World
  • BIOL 400 Fundamentals of Microbiology (laboratory BIOL 402) (prerequisite BIOL 150 or BIOL 151 and 2 semesters college chemistry)
  • BIOL 401 Fundamentals of Microbiology, Honors (laboratory BIOL 402) (prerequisite: BIOL 150 or BIOL 151 2 semesters college chemistry)
  • BIOL 612 Fundamentals of Microbiology (prerequisite: BIOL 150 or BIOL 151 2 semesters college chemistry)
  • EVRN 148/GEOG 148 Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies
  • EVRN 149/GEOG 149 Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies, Honors
  • GEOL 121 Prehistoric Life:  DNA to Dinosaurs
  • GEOG 148/EVRN 148 Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies
  • GEOG 149/EVRN 149 Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies, Honors

Earth Sciences (NE)

  • ATMO 105 Introductory Meteorology (laboratory included)
  • ATMO 106 Introductory Meteorology, Honors (February 14, 2006)
  • ATMO 220 Unusual Weather
  • EVRN 304/GEOG 304 Environmental Conservation
  • GEOG 104 Principles of Physical Geography (laboratory GEOG 105)
  • GEOG 107 Principles of Physical Geography, Honors (laboratory GEOG 105)
  • GEOG 304/EVRN 304 Environmental Conservation
  • GEOL 101 Introduction to Geology (laboratory GEOL 103)
  • GEOL 102 Introduction to Geology, Honors (laboratory GEOL 103)
  • GEOL 105 History of the Earth (laboratory GEOL 103)
  • GEOL 106 History of the Earth, Honors (laboratory GEOL 103)
  • GEOL 171 Earthquakes & Natural Disasters
  • GEOL 302 Oceanography (prerequisite: an introductory science course)
  • GEOL 351 Environmental Geology

Mathematical Sciences (NM)

  • EECS 128 Introduction to Computer-based Information Systems (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • EECS 138 Introduction to Computing:______ (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • IPS 101 Elements of the Theory of Computation (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • MATH 116 Calculus II (prerequisite: MATH 115, plus a course in trigonometry, or MATH 121. MATH 103 may be taken concurrently)
  • MATH 122 Calculus II (prerequisite: MATH 121 or MATH 116)
  • MATH 526 Applied Mathematical Statistics I (prerequisite: MATH 122 or MATH 116)

Physical Science (NP)

  • ASTR 191 Contemporary Astronomy (laboratory ASTR 196) (prerequisite: high school algebra and geometry)
  • ASTR 391 Physical Astronomy, Honors (prerequisite:  MATH 121) (November 2, 2004)
  • ASTR 394 Quest for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
  • CHEM 124 College Chemistry
  • CHEM 125 College Chemistry (laboratory included)
  • CHEM 184 Foundations of Chemistry I (laboratory included) (prerequisite: must be eligible for Math 115)
  • CHEM 185 Foundations of Chemistry I, Honors (laboratory included) (prerequisite: must be eligible for Math 115)
  • PHSX 111 Introductory Physics (prerequisite: must be eligible for MATH 104)
  • PHSX 112 Concepts in Physics, Honors (prerequisite: eligible for MATH 104 and in University Honors Program or permission from instructor)
  • PHSX 114 College Physics I (laboratory included) (prerequisite: MATH 104 or three and one-half years of college-preparatory math including trigonometry and a score of 25 or higher on ACT)
  • PHSX 211 General Physics I (laboratory included) (prerequisite: MATH 116 or MATH 121)
  • PHSX 213 General Physics I, Honors (laboratory included) (prerequisite: MATH 121 and permission from instructor)


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Social Sciences

Culture and Society (SC)

  • AAAS 102 Arabic and Islamic Studies
  • AAAS 103 Introduction to Africa
  • AAAS 104 Introduction to African-American Studies (March 11, 2008)
  • AMS 110/SOC 110 American Identities
  • AMS 112/SOC 112 American Identities, Honors
  • ANTH 100 General Anthropology
  • ANTH 106/LING 106 Introductory Linguistics
  • ANTH 107/LING 107 Introductory Linguistics, Honors
  • ANTH 108/ANTH 308 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 109 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Honors
  • ANTH 308/ANTH 108 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 320/LING 320 Language in Culture and Society
  • ANTH 321/LING 321 Language in Culture and Society, Honors
  • COMS 310 Introduction to Organizational Communication (prerequisite: COMS 130 or COMS 150)
  • EVRN 150/GEOG 150 Environment and Society
  • GEOG 100 World Regional Geography
  • GEOG 101 World Regional Geography, Honors
  • GEOG 102 Principles of Human Geography
  • GEOG 103 Principles of Human Geography, Honors
  • GEOG 150/EVRN 150 Environment and Society
  • GEOG 591 Geography of Latin America
  • JWSH 350 Contemporary Jewish Identities
  • LAA 100 Latin American Culture and Society
  • LING 106/ANTH 106 Introductory Linguistics
  • LING 107/ANTH 107 Introductory Linguistics, Honors
  • LING 320/ANTH 320 Language in Culture & Society
  • LING 321/ANTH 321 Language in Culture and Society, Honors
  • REES 110 Understanding Russia and Eastern Europe
  • REES 111 Understanding Russia and Eastern Europe, Honors
  • SOC 104 Elements of Sociology
  • SOC 105 Elements of Sociology, Honors
  • SOC 110/AMS 110 American Identities
  • SOC 112/AMS 112 American Identities, Honors
  • SOC 132 American Society, Honors
  • SOC 220 Sociology of Families
  • SOC 304 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 308 Principles of Family Sociology (Fall 2004)
  • WS 201 Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction
  • WS 202 Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction, Honors

Individual Behavior (SI)

  • ABSC 100 Introduction to Applied Behavioral Science (Fall 2004)
  • ABSC 101 Introduction to Applied Behavioral Science, Honors (Fall 2004)
  • ABSC 140 Introduction to Principles of Behavior (Fall 2004 – formerly HDFL)
  • ABSC 160 Introduction to Child Behavior and Development (Fall 2004 – formerly HDFL)
  • COMS 244 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication Theory (prerequisite:  COMS 130, COMS 150, or COMS 230)
  • LING 110 Language and Mind
  • PSYC 104 General Psychology
  • PSYC 105 General Psychology, Honors
  • PSYC 120 Personality
  • PSYC 121 Personality, Honors
  • SOC 150 Self and Society
  • SOC 151 Self and Society, Honors
  • SOC 305 Principles of Self and Society (Fall 2005)
  • SPLH 261 Survey of Communication Disorders
  • SPLH 566 Language Development

Public Affairs (SF)

  • ABSC 150 Community Leadership (Fall 2004 – formerly HDFL)
  • ABSC 151 Community Leadership, Honors (Fall 2004 – formerly HDFL)
  • ABSC 310 Building Healthy Communities (Fall 2004)
  • ABSC 311 Building Healthy Communities, Honors (Fall 2004)
  • ECON 104 Introductory Economics (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • ECON 105 Introductory Economics, Honors (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • ECON 110 The Economics of Globalization (March 11, 2008)
  • ECON 142 Principles of Microeconomics (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • ECON 143 Principles of Microeconomics, Honors (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • ECON 144 Principles of Macroeconomics (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • ECON 145 Principles of Macroeconomics, Honors (prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104)
  • POLS 110 Introduction to U.S. Politics
  • POLS 111 Introduction to U.S. Politics, Honors
  • POLS 150 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLS 151 Introduction to Comparative Politics, Honors
  • POLS 170 Introduction to International Politics
  • POLS 171 Introduction to International Politics, Honors
  • SOC 160 Social Problems and American Values
  • SOC 161 Social Problems and American Values, Honors
  • SOC 306 Principles of Social Problems (Fall 2004)
  • SW 220 Social Work, Social Welfare, and U.S. Society     

 

The dates listed next to the course are when the course was approved by the College to be a Principal Course.  If no date appears, it was approved prior to the creation of the document.  The document was initially created December 2004.

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