Table of General Education Courses

For the purpose of satisfying Group Requirements, students may elect no more than TWO courses from a single subject area as defined by the University system of Subject Area Codes. (Subject Area Codes are the letter prefixes to course numbers.) Co-majors in the University Honors program are exempt from this limitation and may take more than two courses in the Subject Area Code of HON to satisfy Group Requirements.

For a complete description of all General Education courses cited in the following table see: General Education Courses.

Index to General Education Course Categories

 

American Society and Institutions (AI)

Basic Composition Competency (BC)

Critical and Analytic Thinking Competency (CT)

Foreign Culture (FC)

Historical Studies (HS)

Intermediate Composition Competency (IC)

Life Sciences (LS)

Mathematics Competency (MC)

Oral Communication Competency (OC)

Philosophy and Letters (PL)

Physical Sciences (PS)

Social Sciences (SS)

Visual and Performing Arts (VP)

Writing Intensive Competency (WI)

 

American Society and Institutions (AI)

HIS 1050 — (AI) American Civilization Since World War II. Cr. 3-4
P S 1010 — (AI) American Government. Cr. 4
P S 1030 — (AI) The American Governmental System. Cr. 3

Basic Composition Competency (BC)

ENG 1020 — (BC) Introductory College Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 1050 — (BC) Freshman Honors: English I. Cr. 4

Critical and Analytic Thinking Competency (CT)

B A 1010 — (CT) Critical Thinking for Consumer Decisions. Cr. 3.
COM 2110 — (CT) Argumentation and Debate. Cr. 3
PHI 1050 — (CT) Critical Thinking. Cr. 3

Foreign Culture (FC)

EITHER completion of one of the following foreign language sequences (through 2010 or 2110, as applicable): OR a course from the list immediately following.

ARB 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Arabic I. Cr. 4
CHI 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Chinese. Cr. 4
FRE 2010 — (FC) Intermediate French. Cr. 4
GER 2010 — (FC) Intermediate German. Cr. 4
GKA 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Ancient Greek. Cr. 4
GKM 2110 — (FC) Intermediate Modern Greek I. Cr. 4
HEB 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Hebrew I. Cr. 4
ITA 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Italian I. Cr. 4
JPN 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Japanese I. Cr. 4
LAT 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Latin. Cr. 4
POL 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Polish. Cr. 4
RUS 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Russian. Cr. 4
SPA 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Spanish I. Cr. 4
SWA 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Swahili. Cr. 4
UKR 2010 — (FC) Intermediate Ukrainian. Cr. 4

EITHER a course from the list below, OR completion of one of the foreign language sequences in the list above:

AFS 3250 — (FC) Politics and Culture in Anglophone Caribbean.    Cr. 3
AFS 3610 — (ISP 3610) (FC) Interdisciplinary Perspectives on    Foreign Culture: The Africans. Cr. 4
ANT 3150 — (FC) Anthropology of Business. Cr. 0-4
ANT 3520 — (FC) Africa: Past, Present and Future. Cr. 3
ANT 3540 — (FC) Cultures and Societies of Latin America. Cr. 3
ANT 3550 — (FC) Arab Society in Transition. (N E 3550) Cr. 3
ARM 3410 — (SLA 3410) (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience (GER 3410) (POL 3410) (RUS 3410) (UKR 3410) Cr. 3
ASN 2150 — (PHI 2150) (FC) Chinese Philosophy. Cr. 3.
DNC 2400 — (FC) Introduction to African Dance. Cr. 3
ENG 2670 — (P S 2700) (FC) Intro. to Canadian Studies (HIS 2700)    (GPH 2700). Cr. 3
ENG 2730 — (FC) Languages of the World. (LIN 2730) Cr. 3
FRE 2710 — (FC) Introduction to French Civilization I. Cr. 3
FRE 2720 — (FC) Introduction to French Civilization II. Cr. 3
GER 2710 — (FC) Survey of Germanic Culture I. Cr. 3
GER 2720 — (FC) Survey of Germanic Culture II. Cr. 3
GER 3410 — (SLA 3410) (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience (ARM 3410) (POL 3410) (RUS 3410) (UKR 3410)    Cr. 3
GKM 3710 — (FC) Modern Greek Literature and Culture: Cr. 3
GPH 2700 — (P S 2700) (FC) Intro. to Canadian Studies (HIS 2700) (ENG 2670). Cr. 3
HIS 2440 — (CBS 2410) (FC) History of Mexico. Cr. 3
HIS 2700 — (P S 2700) (FC) Intro. to Canadian Studies (GPH 2700)  (ENG 2670). Cr. 3
HON 4260 — (FC) Seminar in Foreign Culture. Cr. 3 (Max. 9)
ITA 2710 — (FC) Italian Culture and Civilization I. Cr. 3
ITA 2720 — (FC) Italian Culture and Civilization II. Cr. 3
JPN 4550 — (FC) Japanese Culture and Society I. Cr. 4
JPN 4560 — (FC) Japanese Culture and Society II. Cr. 4
LAS 2410 — (FC) History of Mexico. (HIS 2440). Cr. 3
LAS 2420 — (FC) History of Puerto Rico and Cuba. Cr. 3
LIN 2730 — (ENG 2730)(FC) Languages of the World. Cr. 3
N E 2000 — (FC) Introduction to Islamic Civilization of the Near East. Cr. 3
N E 3225 — (FC) Modern Israeli Culture: A Pluralistic Perspective.    Cr. 3
N E 3550 — (ANT 3550) (FC) Arab Society in Transition. Cr. 3
NUR 4800 — (FC) Transcultural Health Through the Life Cycle. Cr. 3
PHI 2150 — (FC) Chinese Philosophy. (ASN 2150) Cr. 3.
POL 2710 — (FC) Survey of Polish Culture. Cr. 3
POL 3410 — (SLA 3410) (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience. (ARM 3410) (GER 3410) (RUS 3410) (UKR 3410) Cr. 3
P S 2700 — (FC) Intro. to Canadian Studies (HIS 2700) (GPH 2700)  (ENG 2670). Cr. 3
RUS 2710 — (FC) Study of Russian Culture. Cr. 3
RUS 3410 — (SLA 3410) (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience. (ARM 3410) (GER 3410) (POL 3410) (UKR 3410)   Cr. 3
SLA 3410 — (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience. (ARM 3410) (GER 3410) (POL 3410) (RUS 3410) (UKR 3410)   Cr. 3
UKR 3410 — (SLA 3410) (FC) New Soil, Old Roots: The Immigrant Experience. (ARM 3410) (GER 3410) (POL 3410)(RUS 3410)   Cr. 3

Historical Studies (HS)

ANT 3200 — (HS) Lost Cities and Ancient Civilizations. Cr. 3
ASN 1710 — (HIS 1710) (HS) History of Modern East Asia. Cr. 3
CLA 3590 — (HS) Byzantine Civilization: Cr. 3
CLA 3720 — (HS) Modern Greek Cities: An Historical-ethnographic­Study (CLA 5720) (GKM 5720): Cr. 3
CLA 5720 — (HS) Modern Greek Cities: An Historical-ethnographic­Study (CLA 3720) (GKM 5720): Cr. 3
GKM 3590 — (HS) Byzantine Civilization. Cr. 3
GKM 3720 — (HS) Modern Greek Cities: An Historical-ethnographic­Study (CLA 5720) GKM 5720): Cr. 3
GSW 2600 — (HIS 2605) (HS) History of Women, Gender and Sexu­ality in the Modern World. Cr. 3
HIS 1000 — (HS) World Civilization to 1500. Cr. 3-4
HIS 1300 — (HS) Europe and the World: 1500-1945. Cr. 3-4
HIS 1400 — (HS) The World Since 1945. Cr. 3-4
HIS 1600 — (HS) African Civilizations to 1800. Cr. 3-4
HIS 1610 — (HS) African Civilizations Since 1800. Cr. 3-4
HIS 1710 — (HS) History of Modern East Asia (ASN 1710). Cr. 3
HIS 1800 — (N E 2030) (HS) The Age of Islamic Empires: 600 - 1600. Cr. 3.
HIS 1810 — (N E 2040) (HS) The Modern Middle East. Cr. 3
HIS 1900 — (HS) History of Colonial Latin America. (LAS 1900) Cr. 3
HIS 1910 — (HS) Latin America from Independence to the Present. (LAS 1910) Cr. 3
HIS 1995 — (HS) Society and the Economic Transition. Cr. 3
HIS 2605 — (HS) History of Women, Gender and Sexuality in the   Modern World: Cr. 3
HON 4250 — (HS) Seminar in Historical Studies. Cr. 3 (Max. 9)
LAS 1900 — (HIS 1900) (HS) History of Colonial Latin America. Cr. 3
LAS 1910 — (HIS 1910) (HS) Latin America from Independence to the Present. Cr. 3
N E 2030 — (HS) The Age of Islamic Empires: 600 - 1600  (HIS 1800). Cr. 3.
N E 2040 — (HS) The Modern Middle East (HIS 1810). Cr. 3.

Intermediate Composition Competency (IC)

AFS 2390 — (ENG 2390) (IC) Introduction to African-American Liter­ature: Literature and Writing. Cr. 4
ENG 2100 — (IC) Introduction to Poetry: Literature and Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 2110 — (IC) Introduction to Drama: Literature and Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 2120 — (IC) Introduction to Fiction: Literature and Writing. Cr. 4
ENG 2210 — (IC) Great English Novels: Literature and Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 2310 — (IC) Major American Books: Literature and Writing.    Cr. 3
ENG 2390 — (IC) Introduction to African-American Literature: Litera­ture and Writing. (AFS 2390) Cr. 4
ENG 2420 — (IC) Literature and the Professions: Literature and Writ­ing: Cr. 4
ENG 2560 — (IC) Children's Literature: Literature and Writing: Cr. 4
ENG 2570 — (IC) Literature By and About Women: Literature and   Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 3010 — (IC) Intermediate Writing. Cr. 3
ENG 3020 — (IC) Writing and Community. Cr. 3
ENG 3050 — (IC) Technical Communication I: Reports. Cr. 3

Life Sciences (LS)

Courses marked with an asterisk (**) can also satisfy the Life Science Laboratory Requirement when elected for appropriate credits and/or with appropriate laboratory.

ANT 2110 — (LS) Introduction to Physical Anthropology. Cr. 3
BIO 1030 — (LS) Biology Today. Cr. 3-4
BIO 1050 — (LS) An Introduction to Life. Cr. 3-4**
BIO 1510 — (LS) Basic Life Mechanisms. Cr. 4**
BIO 2200 — (LS) Introductory Microbiology. Cr. 4**
HON 4220 — (LS) Seminar in Life Science. Cr. 3
NFS 2030 — (LS) Nutrition and Health. Cr. 3**
PSY 1010 — (LS) Introductory Psychology. Cr. 4**
PSY 1020 — (LS) Elements of Psychology. Cr. 3

Mathematics Competency (MC)

MAT 1000 — (MC) Mathematics in Today's World. Cr. 3
MAT 1050 — (MC) Algebra With Trigonometry. Cr. 0-7

Oral Communication Competency (OC)

COM 1010 — (OC) Oral Communication: Basic Speech. Cr. 3
ENG 3060 — (OC) Technical Communication II: Presentations. Cr. 3

Philosophy and Letters (PL)

CLA 1010 — (PL) Classical Civilization. Cr. 3-4
CLA 2200 — (PL) Introduction to Greek Tragedy. Cr. 3-4
CLA 2300 — (PL) Ancient Comedy. Cr. 3
COM 2160 — (PL) Contemporary Persuasive Campaigns and Move­ments. Cr. 3
ENG 2200 — (PL) Shakespeare. Cr. 3
ENG 2430 — (PL) Electronic Literature. Cr. 3
ENG 2500 — (PL) The English Bible as Literature. Cr. 4
ENG 2510 — (PL) Popular Literature: Cr. 3
ENG 2720 — (PL) Basic Concepts in Linguistics. (LIN 2720) Cr. 3
ENG 3110 — (PL) English Literature to 1700. Cr. 3
ENG 3120 — (PL) English Literature after 1700. Cr. 3
ENG 3130 — (PL) American Literature to 1865: Cr. 3
ENG 3140 — (PL) Survey of American Literature After 1865. Cr. 3
ENG 3470 — (PL) Survey of African-American Literature. Cr. 3
FRE 2700 — (GER 2700) (PL) Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature. (SPA 2700) (ITA 2700) (RUS 2700)   Cr. 3-4
FRE 2991 — (PL) (GER 2991) Understanding the Fairy Tale. Cr. 3
GER 2310 — (PL) Short Fiction from Central Europe and Russia    (SLA 2310). Cr. 3
GER 2700 — (PL) Anguish and Commitment: European Existential­ist Literature (SPA 2700) (FRE 2700) (ITA 2700) (RUS 2700) Cr. 3-4
GER 2991 — (PL) Understanding the Fairy Tale. Cr. 3
GSW 2500 — PL) Humanities Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality,   and Women.
HEB 3240 — (PL) (N E 3240) Survey of Modern Hebrew Literature in   English Translation. Cr. 3
HON 4200 — (PL) Seminar in Philosophy and Letters. Cr. 3 (Max. 9)
ITA 2700 — (GER 2700) (PL) Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature. (SPA 2700) (FRE 2700) (RUS 2700) Cr. 3-4
LIN 2720 — (ENG 2720) (PL) Basic Concepts in Linguistics. Cr. 3
N E 3240 — (PL) Survey of Modern Hebrew Literature in English    Translation. (HEB 3240)
PHI 1010 — (PL) Intro. to Philosophical Systems. Cr. 0-4
PHI 1020 — (PL) Honors Intro.to Philosophical Systems. Cr. 3-4
PHI 1100 — (PL) Contemporary Moral Issues. Cr. 3 (Max. 9)
PHI 1110 — (PL) Ethical Issues in Health Care. Cr. 3
PHI 1120 — (PL) Life and Death. Cr. 3
PHI 1130 — PL) Environmental Ethics: Cr. 3
PHI 1200 — PL) Environmental Ethics: Cr. 3
PHI 2100 — (PL) Ancient and Philosophy. Cr. 3
PHI 2110 — (PL) 17th and 18th Century Philosophy   Cr. 3
PHI 2320 — (PL) Introduction to Ethics. Cr. 3
PHI 2400 — (PL) Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion. Cr. 3
PHI 3500 — (PL) Theory of Knowledge. Cr. 3
PHI 2550 — (PL) Introduction to Philosophy of Science. Cr. 3
PHI 3550 — (PL) Metaphysics. Cr. 3
PHI 3700 — (PL) Philosophy of Art. Cr. 3
P S 3510 — (PL) Law, Authority and Rebellion. Cr. 4
P S 3520 — (PL) Justice. Cr. 4
RUS 2700 — (GER 2700) (PL) Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature. (SPA 2700) (FRE 2700) (ITA 2700) Cr. 3-4
RUS 3600 — (PL) Nineteenth Century Russian Literature. Cr. 3
RUS 3650 — (PL) Russian Literature Since 1900. Cr. 3
SLA 2310 — (GER 2310) (PL) Short Fiction from Central Europe and   Russia Cr. 3
SPA 2700 — (GER 2700) (PL) Anguish and Commitment: European Existentialist Literature. (FRE 2700) (ITA 2700) (RUS 2700) Cr. 3-4

Physical Sciences (PS)

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) can also satisfy the Natural Sci­ence Laboratory Requirement when elected for appropriate credits and/or with appropriate laboratory.

AST 2010 — (PS) Descriptive Astronomy. Cr. 4
CHM 1000 — (PS) Chemistry and Your World. Cr. 4*
CHM 1020 — (PS) Survey of General Chemistry. Cr. 4*
CHM 1220 — (PS). General Chemistry I. Cr. 4*
CHM 1225 — (PS) General Chemistry I. Cr. 3*
CHM 1410 — (PS) Chemical Principles I: General/Organic Chemis­try. Cr. 6*
GEL 1010 — (PS) Geology: The Science of the Earth. Cr. 4*
HON 4230 — (PS) Seminar in Physical Science. Cr. 3
PHY 1020 — (PS) Conceptual Physics: The Basic Science. Cr. 3-4*
PHY 1040 — (PS) Einstein, Relativity and Quanta: A Conceptual Introduction. Cr. 3-4
PHY 1070 — (PS) Energy and the Environment. Cr.3- 4*
PHY 2130 — (PS) General Physics. Cr. 3*
PHY 2170 — (PS) General Physics. Cr. 4*
PHY 2175 — (PS) University Physics for Engineers I. Cr. 4
PHY 3100 — (PS) The Sounds of Music. Cr. 4*

Social Sciences (SS)

AFS 2210 — (SS) Black Social and Political Thought. Cr. 4
ANT 2100 — (SS) Introduction to Anthropology. Cr. 0-4
ECO 1000 — (SS) Survey of Economics. Cr. 4
ECO 2010 — (SS) Principles of Microeconomics. Cr. 3-4
ECO 2020 — (SS) Principles of Macroeconomics. Cr. 3-4
GPH 1100 — (SS) World Regional Patterns. Cr. 4
GPH 2000 — (U S 2000) (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies (HIS 2000) (SOC 2500) (P S 2000). Cr. 4
GPH 3130 — (SS) Introductory Urban Geography. Cr. 4
GPH 3200 — (SS) Europe. Cr. 3
GSW 2700 — (SS) Social Science Perspectives on Gender, Sexual­ity, and Women. Cr. 3
HIS 2000 — (U S 2000) (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies (SOC 2500) (P S 2000) (GPH 2000). Cr. 4
HON 1000 — (SS) The City. Cr. 3
LAS 3610 — (SS) Seminar in Latino/a Urban Problems: Cr. 3
P S 1000 — (SS) Introduction to Political Science. Cr. 3
P S 2000 — (U S 2000) (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies. (HIS 2000) (SOC 2500) (GPH 2000) Cr. 4
P S 2240 — (SS) Introduction to Urban Politics and Policy. Cr. 4
SOC 2000 — (SS) Understanding Human Society. Cr. 3
SOC 2020 — (SS) Social Problems. Cr. 3
SOC 2500 — (U S 2000) (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies (HIS 2000) (P S 2000) (GPH 2000). Cr. 4
SOC 3300 — (SS) Social Inequality. Cr. 4
SOC 3510 — (SS) The Nature and Impact of Population on Society. Cr. 3
SOC 4100 — (SS) Social Psychology. Cr. 4
U S 2000 — (SS) (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies. (HIS 2000) (SOC 2500) (P S 2000) (GPH 2000) Cr. 4

Visual and Performing Arts (VP)

A H 1110 — (VP) Survey of Art History: Ancient through Medieval. Cr. 3-4
A H 1120 — (VP) Survey of Art History: Renaissance through Mod­ern. Cr. 3-4
A H — 1130 (VP) Encounters with the Arts of Global Africa: Cr. 3
A H 4240 — (HON 4240) (VP) Seminar in Visual and Performing Arts. Cr. 3 (Max. 9)

AED 5050 — (VP) Integrating the Arts Into the Elementary Class­room. Cr. 3
COM 2010 — (ENG 2450) (VP) Introduction to Film. Cr. 4
COM 2020 — (VP) History of Film. Cr. 3
DNC 2000 — (VP) Introduction to World Dance. Cr. 4
DNC 2310 — (VP) History of Dance from 1800 to the Present. Cr. 3
ENG 2440 — (VP) Introduction to Visual Culture: Cr. 3
ENG 2450 — (VP) Introduction to Film. (COM 2010) Cr. 4
HON 4240 — (VP) Seminar in Visual and Performing Arts    (A H 4240). Cr. 3 (Max. 9)
MUH 1340 — (VP) Music Appreciation: World Music. Cr. 3
MUH 1345 — (VP) Music Cultures. Cr. 3.
MUH 1350 — (VP) History of American Popular Music. Cr. 3
MUH 1351 — (VP) History and Styles of Rock and Roll. Cr. 3
MUH 1370 — (VP) Music Appreciation: Beginnings to the Present.    Cr. 3
N E 2060 — (VP) Hebrew/Israeli Film: Trends and Themes in Israeli Cinema. Cr. 3
POL 3750 — (VP) Polish and Yugoslavian Cinema. Cr. 3
SLA 3710 — (VP) Russian and East European Film. Cr. 3
SLA 3750 — (VP) Polish and Yugoslavian Cinema. Cr. 3
THR 1010 — (VP) Introduction to the Theatre. Cr. 3
THR 1030 — (VP) Black Theatre: An Introduction. Cr. 3
THR 1041 — (VP) Musical Theatre Appreciation. Cr. 3

Writing Intensive Competency (WI)

ACS 5997 — (WI) Senior Seminar in the Visual Arts. Cr. 3
AFA 5997 — (WI) Seminar. Cr. 3
AFS 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in African American Stud­ies. Cr. 0
AGD 5260 — (WI) Senior Seminar. Cr. 3
A H 5090 — (WI) Theory and Methods of Art Historical Research. Cr. 3
A H 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Fine Arts. Cr. 0
AIA 5997 — (WI) Senior Seminar. Cr. 3
AID 5997 — (WI) Senior Seminar. Cr. 3
ANT 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Anthropology. Cr. 0
ASN 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Asian Studies. Cr. 0
AST 4200 — (WI) Astronomical Laboratory. Cr. 2
BIO 4110 — (WI) Biomedical Technology and Molecular Biology. Cr. 4
BIO 4120 — (WI) Comparative Physiology. Cr. 4.
BIO 4130 — (WI) General Ecology. Cr. 4
BME 4910 — (WI) Biomedical Engineering Capstone Design I. Cr.    3
C E 4995 — (WI) Senior Design Project. Cr. 3
CHE 4800 — (WI) Chemical Process Integration. Cr. 3
CHE 6810 — (WI) Chemical Engineering Research Project. Cr. 4.
CHM 5550 — (WI) Physical Chemistry Laboratory. Cr. 2
CHM 6610 — (WI) Biological Chemistry Laboratory. Cr. 0 or 2
CLA 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Classical Civilization.
    Cr. 0
CLS 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Clinical Laboratory Sci­ence. Cr. 0
CMT 4200 — (WI) Senior Project. Cr. 3
COM 2230 — (WI) Broadcast News Writing. Cr. 3
COM 3010 — (WI) Television Criticism. Cr. 3
COM 3300 — (WI) Business and Professional Presentations. Cr. 3
COM 3400 — (WI) Theories of Communication. Cr. 3
COM 4100 — (WI) Feature Writing. Cr. 4
COM 4170 — (WI) Public Relations Writing. Cr. 3
COM 4560 — (WI) Telecommunications Policy: A Political Economy Approach: Cr. 3
COM 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course. Cr. 0
CRJ 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Criminal Justice. Cr. 0
CSC 4996 — (WI) Senior Project and Computer Ethics. Cr. 2
DNC 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Dance. Cr. 0
ECE 4600 — (WI) Capstone Design I. Cr. 4
ECO 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Economics. Cr. 0
ENG 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in English. Cr. 0
E T 4999 — (WI) Senior Project. Cr. 3
FRE 5100 — (WI) Advanced Composition. Cr. 3
GEL 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Geology. Cr. 0
GER 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in German. Cr. 0
GPH 3020 — (WI) Spatial Organization: Concepts and Techniques. Cr. 3
H E 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Health Education. Cr. 0
H E 6430 — (WI) School Health Curriculum. Cr. 3
HIS 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in History. Cr. 0
I E 4310 — (WI) Production Control. Cr. 3
ITA 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Italian. Cr. 0
KIN 3550 — (WI) Motor Learning and Control. Cr. 3
LBS 4700 — (WI) Senior Seminar. Cr. 3 (Max. 6)
LIN 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Linguistics. Cr. 0
MAT 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Mathematics. Cr. 0
M E 4500 — (WI) Mechanical Engineering Design II. (M E 5500) Cr. 4
M E 5500 — (M E 4500) (WI) Advanced Engineering Design. Cr. 4
M S 5996 — (WI) Senior Seminar. Cr. 2
MUH 3330 — (WI) Music History and Literature III. Cr. 3
MUH 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Music. Cr. 0
N E 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Near Eastern and Asian Studies. Cr. 0
NFS 6850 — (WI) Dietetic Practice II. Cr.10
NFS 6850 — (WI) Controversial Issues. Cr. 2
NFS 6860 — (WI) Controversial Issues in Clinical Nutrition: Dietetics. Cr. 2
NUR 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Nursing. Cr. 0-6
O T 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Seminar in Occupational Therapy. Cr. 0
PHI 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Philosophy. Cr. 0
PHY 5200 — (WI) Classical Mechanics I. Cr. 3
PHY 6780 — (WI) Research Methods in Biomedical Physics. Cr. 3
PHY 6850 — (WI) Modern Physics Laboratory. I Cr. 2
POL 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Polish. Cr. 0
PPR 6180 — (WI) Advanced Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Cr. 0-2
P S 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Political Science. Cr. 0
PSY 3993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Psychology. Cr. 0
R T 4360 — (WI) Clinical Practicum V. Cr. 4
RUS 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Russian. Cr. 0
SLP 5360 — (WI) Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology. Cr. 3
SOC 4996 — (WI) Sociology: Capstone Course. Cr. 4
SPA 5100 — (WI) Advanced Composition. Cr. 3
S W 4997 — (WI) Integrative Seminar in Social Work. Cr. 3
TED 5150 — (WI) Teaching: Research, Theory and Practice. Cr. 5
TED 5160 — (WI) Analysis of Middle and Secondary School Teach­ing. Cr. 3
THR 5993 — (WI) Writing Intensive Course in Theatre. Cr. 0
U S 4620 — (WI) Urban Studies Senior Capstone Research. Cr.2