•  ACC 22500 - Survey of Accounting
  •  ACC 23000 - Essentials of Business Law
  •  ACC 27100 - Accounting I
  •  ACC 27200 - Accounting II
  •  ACC 28000 - Business Law I
  •  ACCP 36700 - Analysis of Financial Statements
  •  ACCP 37100 - Intermediate Accounting I
  •  ACCP 37200 - Intermediate Accounting II
  •  ACCP 37300 - Federal Income Taxation
  •  ACCP 37400 - Managerial Accounting (Cost Accounting)
  •  ACCP 38000 - Business Law II
  •  ACCP 47100 - Advanced Accounting I
  •  ACCP 47200 - Advanced Accounting II
  •  ACCP 47300 - Business Taxes
  •  ACCP 47500 - Auditing
  •  ACCP 47600 - Computer Accounting Systems
  •  ACCP 48000 - Business Law III
  •  ACCP 49000 - Accounting & Auditing Research
  •  AFPRL 10000 - Introduction to Black Politics
  •  AFPRL 10100 - Introduction to Africana Studies
  •  AFPRL 10200 - Latino Communities in the United States
  •  AFPRL 10300 - Conquest and Resistance: Puerto Rican Experiences in Comparative Perspective
  •  AFPRL 10400 - Introduction to Puerto Rican and Latino Studies
  •  AFPRL 14100 - Puerto Rican Folklore
  •  AFPRL 14300 - The Image of the Puerto Rican National Identity in Its Literature
  •  AFPRL 18100 - Language and Ethnic Identity
  •  AFPRL 18200 - Culture and Ethnic Identity
  •  AFPRL 20100 - African History from Human Origins to 1600 CE
  •  AFPRL 20200 - African History Since 1600 CE
  •  AFPRL 20300 - African American History I
  •  AFPRL 20400 - African American History II
  •  AFPRL 20500 - African American Politics of Social Change
  •  AFPRL 20600 - African Political and Social Change
  •  AFPRL 20700 - African Caribbean Politics I
  •  AFPRL 20800 - African Caribbean Politics II
  •  AFPRL 20900 - Introduction to Caribbean History to 1900
  •  AFPRL 21000 - Introduction to Caribbean History: 1900 - Present
  •  AFPRL 21100 - Black Economic History
  •  AFPRL 22000 - African Spirituality in the Diaspora
  •  AFPRL 22200 - African Civilization
  •  AFPRL 23500 - African Literature (W)
  •  AFPRL 23600 - African American Literature (W)
  •  AFPRL 23700 - African Caribbean Literature (W)
  •  AFPRL 23800 - Introduction to the Literature of the African Diaspora (W)
  •  AFPRL 24100 - Puerto Rican History to 1897
  •  AFPRL 24200 - Puerto Rican History Since 1898
  •  AFPRL 24300 - Puerto Rican Culture
  •  AFPRL 24400 - Puerto Ricans in the United States
  •  AFPRL 24500 - Puerto Rican Literature I
  •  AFPRL 24600 - Puerto Rican Literature II
  •  AFPRL 24700 - Puerto Ricans in the U.S. as a Literary Theme
  •  AFPRL 24800 - Caribbean Spanish
  •  AFPRL 25500 - Puerto Rican/Latino Children in North American Schools
  •  AFPRL 26000 - Latinos and US Citizenship
  •  AFPRL 27000 - Economic History of Puerto Ricans
  •  AFPRL 27600 - The Puerto Rican Family
  •  AFPRL 28100 - Fieldwork in African American/Latino Communities
  •  AFPRL 29000 - Selected Topics in Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies
  •  AFPRL 30400 - Leaders and Movements of Black Urban Communities (W)
  •  AFPRL 30600 - Modern African International Relations (W)
  •  AFPRL 30700 - Contemporary African Politics (W)
  •  AFPRL 30800 - Contemporary International Relations of the African-Caribbean (W)
  •  AFPRL 30900 - African-Americans and Africa (W)
  •  AFPRL 31000 - Modern Nigeria (W)
  •  AFPRL 31300 - Slavery (W)
  •  AFPRL 31400 - Blacks in Labor and Politics (W)
  •  AFPRL 31800 - Women in Africa (W)
  •  AFPRL 31900 - Women in the African Diaspora (W)
  •  AFPRL 32000 - African-Caribbean Culture (W)
  •  AFPRL 32100 - Caribbean Migration and New York City (W)
  •  AFPRL 32200 - African World View: Philosophy and Symbolic Thought (W)
  •  AFPRL 32300 - Islam and Christianity in Africa (W)
  •  AFPRL 32400 - African-American Ethnohistory (W)
  •  AFPRL 33000 - Autobiography as a Theme in Black Literature (W)
  •  AFPRL 33600 - African-American Women Writers (W)
  •  AFPRL 33700 - Caribbean Women Writers (W)
  •  AFPRL 34200 - Political Nationalism in Puerto Rico (W)
  •  AFPRL 35100 - Major Puerto Rican Figures (W)
  •  AFPRL 35200 - Power Structure in Puerto Rico (W)
  •  AFPRL 35500 - The African Image in 19th and 20th century Spanish Antillean Poetry (W)
  •  AFPRL 35600 - Latino Literature in English (W)
  •  AFPRL 36000 - Politics in Puerto Rico (W)
  •  AFPRL 36200 - Puerto Rican and Caribbean Religious Practices (W)
  •  AFPRL 37000 - Sociolinguistic Fieldwork in Black and Puerto Rican/Latino Speech Communities (W)
  •  AFPRL 38400 - Poverty in Society (W)
  •  AFPRL 38700 - Puerto Rican/Latino Politics in the United States (W)
  •  AFPRL 39000 - Research Topics in Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies (W)
  •  AFPRL 40100 - Pan-Africanism
  •  AFPRL 40200 - African American Political Thought
  •  AFPRL 40300 - Development Strategies in the African-Caribbean
  •  AFPRL 42000 - The Black Church and Social Change
  •  AFPRL 42800 - Selected Topics in Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies: Social Science
  •  AFPRL 42863 - Afro-Latino Culture and History
  •  AFPRL 44200 - History of Puerto Rican Labor Movements
  •  AFPRL 44500 - Caribbean Short Story in Spanish: Readings and Theories
  •  AFPRL 49900 - Honors
  •  ANTHC 10000 - Cultural Diversity in the United States: Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives (W)
  •  ANTHC 10100 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 12600 - Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology
  •  ANTHC 12700 - Methods In Archaeological Science
  •  ANTHC 15100 - Introduction to Linguistics
  •  ANTHC 20000 - Africa: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 20100 - The Middle East: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 20400 - East Asia: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 21100 - Native North America: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 21300 - Latin America: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 21400 - The Caribbean: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 21500 - The Anthropology of Black America (W)
  •  ANTHC 21800 - The Anthropology of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.
  •  ANTHC 22600 - Archaeology of Africa
  •  ANTHC 22700 - Archaeology of Europe
  •  ANTHC 22800 - Archaeology of the Near East to 2000 BC
  •  ANTHC 23000 - Prehistory of North American Indians
  •  ANTHC 23100 - Archaeology of Mesoamerica
  •  ANTHC 23200 - Archaeology of South America and the Caribbean
  •  ANTHC 26000 - North American Indian Languages and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 26300 - Afro-New World Languages and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 27500 - Reading Ethnographies (W)
  •  ANTHC 30100 - Gender in Anthropological Perspective
  •  ANTHC 30600 - Folklore and Myth
  •  ANTHC 30700 - Anthropology of Religion
  •  ANTHC 30700 - Anthropology of Religion
  •  ANTHC 30800 - Human Ecology
  •  ANTHC 30900 - Countryside and City: Comparative Perspectives
  •  ANTHC 31000 - Politics and Power in Anthropological Perspective
  •  ANTHC 31100 - Anthropology of Art
  •  ANTHC 31200 - Anthropological Approaches to Sexuality
  •  ANTHC 31400 - Research Design in Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 31500 - Applied Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 31600 - Quantitative Methods in Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 31700 - Field Methods in Cultural Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 31800 - History of Anthropological Theory
  •  ANTHC 32000 - Problems in Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 32076 - Language, Sex and Gender
  •  ANTHC 32100 - Women and Globalization
  •  ANTHC 32200 - Family and Household in Anthropology and History
  •  ANTHC 32500 - Special Projects and Independent Research in Anthropology
  •  ANTHC 32600 - Rise of Old and New World Civilizations
  •  ANTHC 32700 - Prehistoric Cultural Ecology
  •  ANTHC 33200 - East Asia: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 33400 - Latin America: Societies and Cultures
  •  ANTHC 34600 - Analytic Methods in Archaeology
  •  ANTHC 35000 - Popular Culture: Anthropological Perspectives
  •  ANTHC 35100 - Language in Culture and Society
  •  ANTHC 35300 - Phonological Analysis and Theory
  •  ANTHC 35400 - Grammatical Analysis and Theory
  •  ANTHC 40000 - Honors Projects
  •  ANTHC 40100 - Seminars in Selected Topics
  •  ANTHC 40196 - International Migration
  •  ANTHC 42600 - Seminar in Archaeological Field Methods
  •  ANTHP 10100 (STEM) - Human Evolution
  •  ANTHP 10200 (STEM) - Human Variation
  •  ANTHP 10500 - The Human Species
  •  ANTHP 21000 - Biology of the Living Primates
  •  ANTHP 21400 - Theory of Evolution
  •  ANTHP 30100 - Human Fossil Record
  •  ANTHP 30200 - Human Genetics
  •  ANTHP 30500 - Evolution of the Human Skeleton
  •  ANTHP 30600 - Human Anatomy
  •  ANTHP 31000 - Primate Ecology and Behavior
  •  ANTHP 31100 - Primate Evolution
  •  ANTHP 31200 - Primate Evolutionary Genetics
  •  ANTHP 31600 - Human Evolutionary Adaptations
  •  ANTHP 31800 - Primate Nutritional Ecology
  •  ANTHP 40100 - Seminars in Selected Topics
  •  ARB 10100 - Beginning Arabic I
  •  ARB 10200 - Beginning Arabic II
  •  ARB 14800 - Beginning Arabic for Heritage Speakers
  •  ARB 14900 - Spoken Egyptian Arabic
  •  ARB 15000 - Introduction to Modern Arab Cultures
  •  ARB 20000 - Topics in Arabic Literature and Culture
  •  ARB 20100 - Intermediate Arabic I
  •  ARB 20200 - Intermediate Arabic II
  •  ARB 24800 - Intermediate Arabic for Heritage Speakers
  •  ARB 24900 - Special Topics in Arabic Dialects
  •  ARB 25000 - The Arab Novel (in translation) (W)
  •  ARB 25100 - Arab Cinema (in translation)
  •  ARB 25200 - Literatures from the Islamic World (W)
  •  ARB 25300 - Literatures and Cultures of Muslim Spain (W)
  •  ARB 25400 - The Arabian Nights East and West (W)
  •  ARB 25500 - Modern Palestinian Culture
  •  ARB 25600 - Modern Arab Theatre
  •  ARB 25700 - Language and Culture in Contemporary North Africa
  •  ARB 30000 - Problems in Arabic Literature and Culture
  •  ARB 30100 - Advanced Arabic I
  •  ARB 30200 - Advanced Arabic II
  •  ARB 40100 - Focused Arabic Study for Advanced Students
  •  ARB 49801, 49802, 49803 - Internship in Arab Studies
  •  ARTCR 22100 - Drawing
  •  ARTCR 22500 - Graphic Arts Workshop
  •  ARTCR 23500 - Painting
  •  ARTCR 24000 - Watercolor Painting
  •  ARTCR 25100 - Sculpture
  •  ARTCR 25700 - Ceramics
  •  ARTCR 27100 - Principles of Photography
  •  ARTCR 29000 - Combined Media
  •  ARTCR 30100 - Advanced Studio
  •  ARTCR 32200 - Advanced Drawing
  •  ARTCR 32600 - Advanced Graphic Arts Workshop
  •  ARTCR 33600 - Advanced Painting
  •  ARTCR 35200 - Advanced Sculpture
  •  ARTCR 35700 - Advanced Ceramics
  •  ARTCR 36000 - Special Projects
  •  ARTCR 37200 - Advanced Photography
  •  ARTCR 38200 - Digital Photography
  •  ARTCR 39000 - Combined Media
  •  ARTCR 40200 - Independent Study in Studio Art
  •  ARTCR 40500 - Art and Current Ideas II
  •  ARTCR 45900 - Professional Experience in Art I
  •  ARTCR 46000 - Professional Experience in Art II
  •  ARTCR 49800 - Internship
  •  ARTH 11100 - Introduction to History of Art
  •  ARTH 20500 - Egyptian Art
  •  ARTH 21500 - Greek Art
  •  ARTH 21600 - Roman Art
  •  ARTH 22000 - Early Medieval Art
  •  ARTH 22100 - Later Medieval Art
  •  ARTH 22500 - Art of Early Renaissance
  •  ARTH 22700 - Northern Renaissance Art
  •  ARTH 23000 - Art of High Renaissance and Later 16th Century in Italy
  •  ARTH 23500 - Southern Baroque Art
  •  ARTH 23700 - Art and Architecture in Colonial Latin America
  •  ARTH 24000 - Baroque Art of Northern Europe
  •  ARTH 24300 - Eighteenth-Century Art
  •  ARTH 24400 - Neo-Classicism and Romanticism: the Age of Revolution, 1789-1848
  •  ARTH 24500 - Issues in 19th-Century French Painting: Realism, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism/Symbolism (1850-1910)
  •  ARTH 24600 - American Art 1760-1900
  •  ARTH 24700 - Modern Art in Latin American ( until c. 1945)
  •  ARTH 24900 - Twentieth-Century Art I
  •  ARTH 25000 - Twentieth-Century Art II
  •  ARTH 25100 - Contemporary Art
  •  ARTH 25200 - Ancient Architecture
  •  ARTH 25300 - Medieval Architecture
  •  ARTH 25400 - Architecture: Renaissance to Neo-Classical
  •  ARTH 25500 - Modern Architecture I (1850- 1950)
  •  ARTH 25600 - Modern Architecture II (from 1950 until today)
  •  ARTH 25700 - Postwar and Contemporary Art in Latin America
  •  ARTH 26000 - Islamic Art and Architecture
  •  ARTH 26200 - Art of East Asia: Ritual and Religion
  •  ARTH 26300 - Art of East Asia: Painting and Calligraphy
  •  ARTH 27000 - Art of Africa and Oceania
  •  ARTH 28000 - History of Photography
  •  ARTH 30000 - Research Methods of Art History Seminar (W)
  •  ARTH 31100 - Special Topics Lecture in Ancient Art (W)
  •  ARTH 32100 - Special Topics Lecture in Medieval Art (W)
  •  ARTH 33100 - Special Topics Lecture in Renaissance Art (W)
  •  ARTH 34100 - Special Topics Lecture in Baroque Art (W)
  •  ARTH 35100 - Special Topics Lecture in Modern Art (W)
  •  ARTH 36100 - Special Topics Lecture in Islamic Art (W)
  •  ARTH 37100 - Special Topics Lecture in Asian Art (W)
  •  ARTH 38100 - Special Topics Lecture in Art History (W)
  •  ARTH 40200 - Independent Study in Art History
  •  ARTH 41000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Ancient Art (W)
  •  ARTH 42000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Medieval Art
  •  ARTH 43000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Renaissance Art (W)
  •  ARTH 44000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Baroque Art (W)
  •  ARTH 45000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Modern Art (W)
  •  ARTH 46000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Islamic Art (W)
  •  ARTH 47000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Asian Art (W)
  •  ARTH 48000 - Advanced Studies Seminar in Art History (W)
  •  ARTH 49800 - Internship
  •  ARTLA 10100 - Introduction to Study of Visual Experience
  •  ARTLA 20100 - Art Foundations: Seeing, Thinking, Making
  •  ARTLA 36018 - 2-D, 3-D,4-D Seminar
  •  ASIAN 21000 - Asians in the U.S.
  •  ASIAN 22001 - Asian American Women Writers
  •  ASIAN 22004 - Arab American Literature
  •  ASIAN 22005 - South Asian Women's Literature
  •  ASIAN 22006 - Filipino American Literature
  •  ASIAN 22009 - Gender and Genre in Asian American Literature and Film
  •  ASIAN 22012 - Asian American Literature
  •  ASIAN 22100 - Introduction to Writing About Asian American Literature (W)
  •  ASIAN 22500 - Asian American Art (W)
  •  ASIAN 23001 - Globalization and Gender
  •  ASIAN 23002 - Asian American Communities and Mental Health
  •  ASIAN 29000 - Asian American Studies Internship
  •  ASIAN 32001 - Nation, Self, and Asian Identity
  •  ASIAN 32005 - Asian American Memoir
  •  ASIAN 32100 - Asian American Social Protest Literature
  •  ASIAN 33001 - Chinese in the U.S.
  •  ASIAN 33003 - South Asians in the U.S.
  •  ASIAN 33008 - Muslim Diasporas
  •  ASIAN 33052 - Oral History, Cultural Identity and the Arts
  •  ASIAN 34001 - Asian Pacific American Media
  •  ASIAN 34003 - West Asian American Literature and Film
  •  ASIAN 35100 - Asian American History of Labor and Politics
  •  ASIAN 39001 - International Migration
  •  ASIAN 39002 - Asian American Civil Rights and the Law
  •  ASIAN 39006 - Gender and Sexuality in Asian American Literature and Film
  •  ASIAN 39015 - Immigration and the Economy
  •  ASIAN 39016 - Ethnicity and American English
  •  ASIAN 39018 - Asian American Poetics
  •  ASIAN 46000 - Independent Study
  •  ASIAN 46000 - Independent Study
  •  ASIAN 49000 - Immigration Policy
  •  ASIAN 49100 - Asian American Movement and Community Organizations
  •  ASTRO 10000 - Basic Concepts in Astronomy
  •  ASTRO 10100 - Basic Concepts of Astronomy with Laboratory Exercises
  •  ASTRO 10200 - Laboratory Explorations in Astronomy
  •  ASTRO 10300 - Laboratory Explorations in Astronomy
  •  ASTRO 10700 - Laboratory Exercises in Astronomy
  •  ASTRO 18100 - Astronomy of the Solar System
  •  ASTRO 18200 - Stellar Astronomy
  •  BIOL 10000 (STEM) - Principles of Biology I
  •  BIOL 10200 (STEM) - Principles of Biology II
  •  BIOL 10500 - Introduction to Genome Biology
  •  BIOL 10700 - The Human Barcode: Biology and Genetics of Personal Identification
  •  BIOL 12000 - Anatomy and Physiology I
  •  BIOL 12200 - Anatomy and Physiology II
  •  BIOL 12500 (STEM) - Human Biology
  •  BIOL 15000 (STEM) - CSI: HUNTER (Forensic Biology)
  •  BIOL 16000 - Honors Principles of Biology II
  •  BIOL 17500 - Choreographing Genomics
  •  BIOL 20300 - Molecular Biology and Genetics
  •  BIOL 20800 - Ecology
  •  BIOL 22000 - Topics in Genetics and Evolution
  •  BIOL 23000 - Fundamentals of Microbiology
  •  BIOL 23100 - Survey of Microbiology with Case Studies
  •  BIOL 25000 - Current Topics in the Biosciences (W)
  •  BIOL 25200 - Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates
  •  BIOL 27000 - Introduction to Neuroscience
  •  BIOL 28000 - Biochemistry of Health and Nutrition
  •  BIOL 30000 - Biological Chemistry
  •  BIOL 30100 - Biological Chemistry
  •  BIOL 30300 - Cell Biology
  •  BIOL 30400 - Environmental Microbiology
  •  BIOL 30600 - Developmental Biology
  •  BIOL 32000 - Genetics
  •  BIOL 32200 - Evolution
  •  BIOL 33500 - Comparative Animal Physiology
  •  BIOL 34000 - Plant Physiology
  •  BIOL 35000 - The Biology of Cancer
  •  BIOL 36000 - Cellular and Molecular Immunology
  •  BIOL 37000 - Physiology of the Nervous System
  •  BIOL 37100 - Special Topics in Experimental Biology
  •  BIOL 37500 - Molecular Systematics
  •  BIOL 37600 - Endocrinology
  •  BIOL 38000 - Molecular Neurobiology
  •  BIOL 38500 - Fundamentals of Developmental Neurobiology
  •  BIOL 39000 - Laboratory in Cell Structure
  •  BIOL 39100 - Laboratory in Cell Structure -- Biological Electron Microscopy
  •  BIOL 40000 - Special Topics in Advanced Laboratory Techniques
  •  BIOL 42500 - Computational Molecular Biology
  •  BIOL 45000 - Individual Tutorial in Biology
  •  BIOL 46000 - Introduction to Planning and Teaching of Laboratory Work in Biology
  •  BIOL 47000 - Special Topics in Biology
  •  BIOL 47100 - Special Topics in Biology
  •  BIOL 48000 - Introduction to Experimental Biology
  •  BIOL 48100 - Introduction to Experimental Biology
  •  BIOL 48200 - Introduction to Experimental biology
  •  BIOL 48300 - Introduction to Experimental Biology
  •  CHEM 10000 (STEM) - Essentials of General Chemistry Lecture
  •  CHEM 10100 - Inquiries into the Nature of Matter
  •  CHEM 10200 (STEM) - General Chemistry I
  •  CHEM 10300 (STEM) - General Chemistry Laboratory I
  •  CHEM 10400 (STEM) - General Chemistry II
  •  CHEM 10500 (STEM) - General Chemistry Laboratory II
  •  CHEM 10600 (STEM) - General Chemistry Laboratory
  •  CHEM 11100 (STEM) - Chemical Principles
  •  CHEM 11200 (STEM) - Thermodynamics and Solution Chemistry
  •  CHEM 11500 - Introductory Chemistry
  •  CHEM 12000 (STEM) - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Lecture
  •  CHEM 12100 (STEM) - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Laboratory
  •  CHEM 15000 - Peer-Led Teaching in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 22200 - Organic Chemistry Lecture I
  •  CHEM 22300 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
  •  CHEM 22301 - Organic Chemistry 1 Lab Rec
  •  CHEM 22400 - Organic Chemistry Lecture II
  •  CHEM 22500 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
  •  CHEM 22501 - Organic Chemistry 2 Lab Rec
  •  CHEM 24900 - Quantitative Analysis
  •  CHEM 29101 - Chemical Investigations
  •  CHEM 29102 - Chemical Investigations
  •  CHEM 29500 - Introduction to Planning and Teaching of Laboratory Work in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 32200 - Organic Chemistry Lecture III
  •  CHEM 33300 - Computational Drug Discovery
  •  CHEM 34900 - Instrumental Analysis
  •  CHEM 35000 - Biophysical Chemistry
  •  CHEM 35200 - Physical Chemistry I
  •  CHEM 35400 - Physical Chemistry II - F
  •  CHEM 35500 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
  •  CHEM 35600 - Physical Chemistry II - S
  •  CHEM 35700 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory II
  •  CHEM 36000 - Introduction to Nanotechnology
  •  CHEM 36600 - Inorganic Chemistry
  •  CHEM 36800 - Structural Biology
  •  CHEM 37600 - Biochemistry I
  •  CHEM 37700 - Biochemistry II
  •  CHEM 37800 - Biochemistry Laboratory (W)
  •  CHEM 38800 - Topics of Current Interest in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 39000 - Current Laboratory Methods in Chemistry
  •  CHEM 49101 - Introduction to Research
  •  CHEM 49102 - Introduction to Research
  •  CHIN 10100 - Elementary Chinese I
  •  CHIN 10200 - Elementary Chinese II
  •  CHIN 10500 - Chinese Writing System and Calligraphy I
  •  CHIN 10600 - Chinese Writing System and Calligraphy II
  •  CHIN 10700 - Intensive Elementary Chinese
  •  CHIN 11100 - Chinese Culture I
  •  CHIN 11200 - Chinese Culture II
  •  CHIN 20100 - Intermediate Chinese I
  •  CHIN 20200 - Intermediate Chinese II
  •  CHIN 20700 - Intensive Intermediate Chinese
  •  CHIN 21100 - Topics in Chinese Culture
  •  CHIN 25100 - Topics in Chinese Literature in English Translation (W)
  •  CHIN 30100 - Journalistic Chinese Literature I
  •  CHIN 30200 - Journalistic Chinese Literature II
  •  CHIN 30300 - Classical Chinese Literature I
  •  CHIN 30400 - Classical Chinese Literature II
  •  CHIN 30600 - 20th-century Chinese Literature
  •  CHIN 30700 - Classical Chinese Poetry
  •  CHIN 35500 - Classical Chinese Fiction in English Translation (W)
  •  CHIN 35700 - Chinese Poetry in English Translation (W)
  •  CHIN 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  CHIN 40100 - Advanced Studies in Chinese Literature
  •  CHIN 40200 - Independent Study in Chinese Literature
  •  CLA 10100 - Classical Mythology
  •  CLA 11000 - The Greek and Latin Roots of English
  •  CLA 20100 - Greek Civilization (W)
  •  CLA 20200 - Hellenistic Civilization (W)
  •  CLA 20300 - Roman Civilization (W)
  •  CLA 20400 - Introduction to Classical, Near Eastern, and Egyptian Archaeology (W)
  •  CLA 22000 - Aegean Archaeology (W)
  •  CLA 22100 - Greek Archaeology (W)
  •  CLA 22200 - Roman Archaeology I: Etruscans, Monarchy, Republic (W)
  •  CLA 22300 - Roman Archaeology II: The Archaeology of the Roman Empire
  •  CLA 22500 - Archaeology of Egypt (W)
  •  CLA 22700 - Archaeology of Eastern Mediterranean (W)
  •  CLA 24000 - Topics in Classics
  •  CLA 25000 - Greek and Roman Tragedy (W)
  •  CLA 25100 - Ancient Comedy (W)
  •  CLA 25300 - Homer and Vergil (W)
  •  CLA 25400 - The Ancient Novel in Translation (W)
  •  CLA 30200 - Comparative Backgrounds of Classical Mythology (W)
  •  CLA 30300 - Religion of Ancient Greece (W)
  •  CLA 30400 - Pagans and Christians (W)
  •  CLA 30500 - Women and Slaves in Classical Antiquity (W)
  •  CLA 30600 - Special Studies in Ancient Greek Culture
  •  CLA 30700 - Special Studies in Ancient Roman Culture
  •  CLA 30800 - Magic and Science in the Ancient World (W)
  •  CLA 31000 - Ancient Sports and Spectacles (W)
  •  CLA 32200 - Archaeology of Mesopotamia and Iran (W)
  •  CLA 32300 - Archaeology of Anatolia (W)
  •  CLA 32900 - Problems in Archaeology
  •  CLA 33000 - Field Seminar in Archaeology
  •  CLA 42100 - Independent Study in Classics
  •  CLA 49100 - Honors in Classics
  •  CLA 49800 - Internship
  •  COMHE 15200 - Bodies Using Bodies
  •  COMHE 20000 - Controversial Issues in Health and Health Care
  •  COMHE 30100 - Introduction to Community and Public Health
  •  COMHE 30200 - Health Program Planning and Evaluation
  •  COMHE 30300 - Social Structure and Health (W)
  •  COMHE 30400 - Introduction to Health Communication Theory and Practice
  •  COMHE 30600 - Social Disparities in Health
  •  COMHE 32400 - Human Sexuality
  •  COMHE 32500 - Environmental Public Health
  •  COMHE 32800 - Public Health Biology
  •  COMHE 33000 - Principles of Epidemiology
  •  COMHE 40500 - Health Care Systems and Health Policy
  •  COMHE 40800 - Digital Media and Health
  •  COMHE 41100 - Community Health Assessment
  •  COMHE 41200 - Directed Fieldwork Practicum
  •  COMHE 41300 - Research Symposium
  •  COMHE 48010 - Independent Study
  •  COMHE 48020 - Independent Study
  •  COMHE 48030 - Independent Study
  •  COMHE 49000 - Honors
  •  COMPL 30100 - Seminar: Approaches to Comparative Literature
  •  COMPL 32000 - Comparative Studies in Prose Fiction
  •  COMPL 32100 - Comparative Studies in Prose Fiction
  •  COMPL 33000 - Comparative Studies in Drama
  •  COMPL 33100 - Comparative Studies in Drama
  •  COMPL 34000 - Perspectives on Literature and the Arts
  •  COMPL 34100 - Perspectives on Literature and the Arts
  •  COMPL 35000 - Comparative Studies in Literary Movements
  •  COMPL 35100 - Comparative Studies in Literary Movements
  •  COMPL 37000 - Comparative Studies in Myth and Folklore
  •  COMPL 37100 - Comparative Studies in Myth and Folklore
  •  COMPL 38000 - Selected Topics in Comparative Literature
  •  COMPL 38100 - Selected Topics in Comparative Literature
  •  COMPL 39000 - Honors Project
  •  COMPL 39100 - Honors Project
  •  CSCI 11500 - Computer Technology in Childhood Education
  •  CSCI 12000 - Introduction to Computers
  •  CSCI 12100 - Computers and Money: Quantitative Reasoning in Context
  •  CSCI 12700 - Introduction to Computer Science (STEM)
  •  CSCI 13200 - Practical UNIX and Programming, with Lab
  •  CSCI 13300 - Programming for Everyone
  •  CSCI 13500 - Software Analysis and Design I
  •  CSCI 13600 - Supervised Programming Lab
  •  CSCI 15000 - Discrete Structures
  •  CSCI 16000 - Computer Architecture I
  •  CSCI 17200 - Topics in Creative Problem Solving
  •  CSCI 18100 - Independent Workshop
  •  CSCI 18200 - Independent Workshop
  •  CSCI 18300 - Independent Workshop
  •  CSCI 23200 - Relational Databases and SQL Programming, with Lab
  •  CSCI 23300 - Programming Projects Seminar for Minors
  •  CSCI 23500 - Software Analysis and Design II
  •  CSCI 24500 - Computer Architecture II
  •  CSCI 26000 - Computer Architecture II
  •  CSCI 26500 - Computer Theory I
  •  CSCI 26700 - Microprocessors and Embedded Systems
  •  CSCI 27500 - Symbolic Logic
  •  CSCI 33500 - Software Analysis and Design III
  •  CSCI 34000 - Operating Systems
  •  CSCI 35000 - Artificial Intelligence
  •  CSCI 35300 - Machine Learning
  •  CSCI 35500 - Introduction to Linear Programming
  •  CSCI 36000 - Computer Architecture III
  •  CSCI 36500 - Computer Theory II
  •  CSCI 37100 - Advanced Symbolic Logic
  •  CSCI 37200 - Logic and Computers
  •  CSCI 37700 - Non-classical Logic
  •  CSCI 39100 - Independent Study in Computer Science
  •  CSCI 39200 - Independent Study in Computer Science
  •  CSCI 39300 - Independent Study in Computer Science
  •  CSCI 39400 - Topics in Computer Science
  •  CSCI 39500 - Topics in Computer Science
  •  CSCI 40500 - Software Engineering
  •  CSCI 41500 - Data Communications and Networks
  •  CSCI 43500 - Database Management
  •  CSCI 45000 - Language Translation
  •  CSCI 46000 - Advanced Programming Languages
  •  CSCI 49300 - Honors Seminar
  •  CSCI 49366 - UNIX System Programming
  •  CSCI 49369 - Big Data Technology
  •  CSCI 49600 - Supervised Research
  •  CSCI 49700 - Supervised Research
  •  CSCI 49800 - Supervised Research
  •  CSCI 49900 - Advanced Applications: A Capstone for Majors
  •  DAN 10100 - Fundamentals of Contemporary Dance Technique
  •  DAN 10200 - Dance, Dancers and the Audience
  •  DAN 10500 - Fundamentals of Ballet
  •  DAN 12400 - Production Crew
  •  DAN 15100 - Global Dance 1
  •  DAN 21000 - Contemporary Dance Technique I
  •  DAN 21300 - Basic Musicianship for Dancers
  •  DAN 21500 - Ballet 1
  •  DAN 22000 - Contemporary Dance Technique II
  •  DAN 22100 - Improvisation
  •  DAN 22400 - Stagecraft
  •  DAN 22500 - Ballet 2
  •  DAN 23200 - 20th-Century Dance History
  •  DAN 25100 - Global Dance 2
  •  DAN 25200 - Special Topics: Traditional Dance I
  •  DAN 25500 - Dance Pedagogy
  •  DAN 31000 - Contemporary Dance Technique III
  •  DAN 32100 - Composition I
  •  DAN 34200 - Teaching Dance
  •  DAN 35000 - Anatomy and Kinesiology for Dancers
  •  DAN 35200 - Special Topics: Traditional Dance II
  •  DAN 41000 - Contemporary Dance Technique 4
  •  DAN 42100 - Composition II
  •  DAN 42200 - Dance Workshop
  •  DAN 42400 - Production
  •  DAN 43200 - Repertory I
  •  DAN 43300 - Repertory II
  •  DAN 44000 - Lecture/Demonstration Touring Group
  •  DAN 44500 - Ballet III
  •  DAN 46100 - Seminar in Dance
  •  DAN 48000 - Independent Study in Dance
  •  DAN 49000 - Honors in Dance
  •  DAN 49800 - Internship
  •  DANEP 30200 - Theory and Practice of Teaching Dance (pre-K-12)
  •  ECC 30000 - Early Childhood Programs and Curricular Frameworks
  •  ECC 30100 - Field work/Internship 1
  •  ECC 30100, 30200, 30300 - Field work/Internships
  •  ECC 30200 - Field work/Internship 2
  •  ECC 30300 - Field work/Internship 3
  •  ECC 30400 - Creative Arts and Play-Based Learning
  •  ECC 30500 - Language and Literacy for Children of Diverse Backgrounds (B-Prekindergarten)
  •  ECC 30600 - Language and Literacy for Children of Diverse Backgrounds, Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
  •  ECC 30800 - Inclusionary Practices and Teaching Children of Diverse Backgrounds
  •  ECC 31000 - Mathematics in Early Childhood
  •  ECC 31100 - Early Childhood Science and Inquiry-Based Learning
  •  ECC 31400 - Health, Family, and Community Partnerships
  •  ECC 40100 - Student Teaching
  •  ECF 20000 - Human Development and Theories of Learning, Prenatal-Age 8
  •  ECF 20100 - Social and Historical Foundations of Early Childhood Care and Education
  •  ECF 40000 - Assessment in Early Childhood, Birth through 2nd Grade
  •  ECO 10000 - Introduction to Economics
  •  ECO 20000 - Principles of Microeconomics
  •  ECO 20100 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  •  ECO 21000 - Money and Banking
  •  ECO 22000 - Techniques of Economic Analysis
  •  ECO 22100 - Economic Statistics
  •  ECO 23300 - Economics of the Media
  •  ECO 26100 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  •  ECO 26600 - Personal Financial Economics
  •  ECO 29500 - Selected Topics in Economics
  •  ECO 29600 - Special Topics in Economics
  •  ECO 30000 - Intermediate Microeconomics
  •  ECO 30100 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
  •  ECO 30500 - Development of Economic Thought
  •  ECO 31000 - Financial Institutions
  •  ECO 31500 - Public Finance
  •  ECO 32100 - Introduction to Econometrics
  •  ECO 33000 - Economic Development
  •  ECO 33100 - Economic History
  •  ECO 33600 - Regional Economics
  •  ECO 33700 - Mathematical Foundations of Economics
  •  ECO 33900 - Strategies and Games in Economics
  •  ECO 34000 - International Trade
  •  ECO 34100 - International Finance
  •  ECO 34500 - Women and Men in the Labor Market
  •  ECO 34600 - The Labor Movement
  •  ECO 35000 - Comparative Economic Systems
  •  ECO 35200 - Economics of the Caribbean
  •  ECO 35500 - Business Strategy & Industrial Organization
  •  ECO 35600 - Business and Public Policy
  •  ECO 35900 - Economics of Business Organization and Management
  •  ECO 36000 - Managerial Economics
  •  ECO 36500 - Corporate Finance
  •  ECO 36600 - Security and Investment Analysis
  •  ECO 37000 - Law and Economics
  •  ECO 37500 - Health Economics
  •  ECO 39000 - Independent Study in Economics
  •  ECO 39500 - Selected Topics in Economics
  •  ECO 42100 - Econometrics
  •  ECO 49500 - Selected Topics in Economics
  •  ECO 49600 - Honors Seminar in Economics
  •  ECO 49700 - Business Studies Capstone and Internship
  •  ECO 49800 - Internship in Economics of Accounting
  •  ECO 49900 - Honors Project
  •  EDUC 25000 - Introduction to Urban Education: Topics and Issues around Diversity and Equity (W)
  •  EDUC 49000 - Honors Course in Educational Research
  •  ENGL 00200SL - Reading II
  •  ENGL 00400SL - English for Bilingual Students II
  •  ENGL 00500SL - English for Bilingual Students III
  •  ENGL 12000 - Expository Writing
  •  ENGL 20100 - Intermediate Expository Writing Using Small-Group Methods
  •  ENGL 21800 - Advanced Expository Writing
  •  ENGL 22000 - Introduction to Writing about Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 25000 - Topics in Literature
  •  ENGL 25100 - Topics in Literature
  •  ENGL 25200 - Introduction to Literary Studies
  •  ENGL 25400 - Survey of British Literature II: the Eighteenth Century to the Present
  •  ENGL 25500 - Topics in Non-European Literary Traditions (W)
  •  ENGL 25600 - Topics in Literature by Non-European Americans (W)
  •  ENGL 25800 - Topics in Literature by Women (W)
  •  ENGL 30000 - Introduction to Creative Writing
  •  ENGL 30100 - Composition Theory and Practice
  •  ENGL 30200 - Introduction to Literary Analysis (W)
  •  ENGL 30300 - Western Literary Backgrounds of British and American Literature
  •  ENGL 30500 - Studies in Children's Literature
  •  ENGL 30600 - Introduction to Literary Theory (W)
  •  ENGL 30800 - Workshop in Non-Fiction I
  •  ENGL 30900 - Workshop in Non-Fiction II
  •  ENGL 31100 - Workshop in Fiction I
  •  ENGL 31300 - Workshop in Fiction II
  •  ENGL 31400 - Workshop in Poetry I
  •  ENGL 31600 - Workshop in Poetry II
  •  ENGL 31700 - Topics in Non- European Literary Traditions (W)
  •  ENGL 31800 - Topics in Literature of Non-European Americans (W)
  •  ENGL 31900 - Topics in Literature by Women (W)
  •  ENGL 32000 - Multi-Ethnic American Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 32100 - Topics in African American Literature
  •  ENGL 32200 - Topics in Gender and Sexuality in Literature
  •  ENGL 32300 - Topics in Asian American Literature
  •  ENGL 32400 - Topics in Native American Literature
  •  ENGL 32500 - Post-Colonial Literature in English (W)
  •  ENGL 32600 - Topics in US Latina/o Literature
  •  ENGL 32700 - Topics in Caribbean Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 32900 - Topics in Cross-Cultural Literature in English (W)
  •  ENGL 33000 - Sociolinguistics
  •  ENGL 33100 - The Structure of Modern English
  •  ENGL 33200 - History of the English Language (W)
  •  ENGL 33300 - Topics in Language and Linguistics
  •  ENGL 33400 - Beowulf and Other Early Texts
  •  ENGL 33500 - Chaucer
  •  ENGL 33600 - Medieval Literature (1100-1500)
  •  ENGL 33700 - Literary Aspects of Folklore
  •  ENGL 33800 - Survey of British Literature I: Early Texts To the Eighteenth Century
  •  ENGL 33900 - Survey of British Literature II: The Eighteenth Century to the Present
  •  ENGL 34000 - History of Rhetoric
  •  ENGL 34100 - Rhetorical Principles of Expository Writing
  •  ENGL 34200 - Topics in Rhetoric
  •  ENGL 34300 - Topics in Composition Studies
  •  ENGL 34600 - Discourse Analysis
  •  ENGL 34700 - Language and Ethnicity
  •  ENGL 34800 - English Across the World
  •  ENGL 35000 - Renaissance Drama
  •  ENGL 35100 - The Age of Elizabeth I
  •  ENGL 35200 - Shakespeare Survey
  •  ENGL 35300 - Shakespeare I
  •  ENGL 35400 - Shakespeare II
  •  ENGL 35500 - Topics in Shakespeare (W)
  •  ENGL 35800 - Topics in Literature
  •  ENGL 35900 - Topics in Seventeenth-Century Literature
  •  ENGL 36000 - The 17th Century
  •  ENGL 36100 - Milton
  •  ENGL 36200 - English Drama of Restoration and 18th Century
  •  ENGL 36300 - Topics in Milton
  •  ENGL 36400 - The Age of Satire
  •  ENGL 36500 - The Later 18th Century
  •  ENGL 36800 - The 18th Century English Novel
  •  ENGL 36900 - The 19th Century English Novel
  •  ENGL 37100 - Topics in Romantic Literature
  •  ENGL 37200 - Romantic Poetry
  •  ENGL 37300 - Victorian Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 37400 - 20th and 21st Century British and Irish Poetry
  •  ENGL 37500 - 20th and 21st Century American Poetry
  •  ENGL 37600 - 20th and 21st Century British and Irish Fiction
  •  ENGL 37700 - 20th and 21st Century American Fiction
  •  ENGL 37800 - 20th and 21st Century British and Irish Drama
  •  ENGL 37900 - 20th and 21st Century American Drama
  •  ENGL 38000 - Irish Literary Renaissance
  •  ENGL 38100 - Topics in Theory and Criticism
  •  ENGL 38200 - Topics in Medieval Literature
  •  ENGL 38300 - Topics in Renaissance Literature
  •  ENGL 38400 - Topics in Restoration and 18th Century Literature
  •  ENGL 38500 - Topics in 19th Century Literature
  •  ENGL 38600 - Topics in British and American Literature
  •  ENGL 38700 - Topics in British and/or Irish Fiction
  •  ENGL 38800 - Topics in Multi-Genre British and/or Irish Literature
  •  ENGL 38900 - One Major Writer (W)
  •  ENGL 39000 - Topics in 20th Century Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 39100 - Topics in British and/ or Irish Poetry
  •  ENGL 39200 - Topics in American Poetry
  •  ENGL 39400 - World Literature: Drama
  •  ENGL 39500 - Survey of American Literature: Origins to the Civil War (W)
  •  ENGL 39600 - American Prose from Reconstruction to World War I
  •  ENGL 39700 - Pre-20th Century American Poetry
  •  ENGL 39800 - Topics in American Fiction
  •  ENGL 39900 - Topics in American Multi-Genre Literature (W)
  •  ENGL 48200 - Special Studies Seminar
  •  ENGL 48300 - Special Studies Seminar
  •  ENGL 48400 - Special Studies Seminar
  •  ENGL 48455 - Advanced Prose Writing
  •  ENGL 48469 - Advanced Poetry Writing
  •  ENGL 48476 - Narrative Forms: Strategies in Fiction Writing
  •  ENGL 48483 - Character, Class, Conflict in Contemporary Firction
  •  ENGL 48491 - Creative Non-Fiction
  •  ENGL 48500 - Individual Tutorial Project
  •  ENGL 49000 - Advanced Topics Seminar
  •  ENGL 49400 - Honors Seminar: Special Studies
  •  ENGL 49800 - Internship
  •  FILM 10100 - Introduction to Cinema
  •  FILM 20100 - Practical Film Analysis
  •  FILM 21100 - Film History I: 1895-1942
  •  FILM 21200 - Film History II: Since 1942
  •  FILM 21300 - National Cinema
  •  FILM 21305 - National Cinema: Italian Cinema
  •  FILM 21344 - Israeli Cinema
  •  FILM 21351 - National Cinema: French New Wave
  •  FILM 21355 - National Cinema: Asian Cinema
  •  FILM 21400 - Multicultural Perspectives in Cinema
  •  FILM 21500 - Women and Film
  •  FILM 22200 - Topics in Genre Studies
  •  FILM 22252 - Topics in Genre Studies: "The Woman's Film" of the 1940s
  •  FILM 22300 - Topics in LGBTQ Film and Media
  •  FILM 22400 - Cinematic Space
  •  FILM 23000 - Movies in American Culture
  •  FILM 23100 - Studies of Selected Directors
  •  FILM 23200 - Experimental Film and Video
  •  FILM 29900 - Special Topics in Film
  •  FILM 31500 - Nonfiction Film and Video
  •  FILM 32200 - Contemporary Film Theory
  •  FILM 32300 - Film Technology and Aesthetic Theory
  •  FILM 32351 - Aesthetics of Film Sound
  •  FILM 32400 - Narrative Strategies
  •  FILM 32600 - America in American Film and Video
  •  FILM 32700 - Representations of Race and Ethnicity in U.S. Media
  •  FILM 32800 - Images of Resistance in the Developing World
  •  FILM 33200 - Myths and Images in the Media
  •  FILM 33300 - Styles and Theories of Film Acting
  •  FILM 33400 - Theatricality and the Presentation of Self
  •  FILM 34400 - History of Cinematography
  •  FILM 39100 - Problems in Film Research
  •  FILM 39700 - Topics in Film History
  •  FILM 39900 - Studies in Film
  •  FILM 40100 - Independent Research
  •  FILM 40200 - Honors Project
  •  FILM 49800 - Internship
  •  FILM 49900 - Advanced Seminar
  •  FILMP 15000 - Media & Film in a Digital Age I
  •  FILMP 16000 - Media & Film in a Digital Age II
  •  FILMP 25100 - Film Production I
  •  FILMP 28600 - Location Sound
  •  FILMP 31100 - Directing Documentary Video Production
  •  FILMP 34100 - Producing the Film
  •  FILMP 35200 - Film Production II
  •  FILMP 37100 - Screen Directing I
  •  FILMP 37200 - Screen Directing II
  •  FILMP 38100 - Techniques of Cinematography
  •  FILMP 38200 - Narrative Editing
  •  FILMP 38300 - Sound Design
  •  FILMP 38400 - Film and Video Production
  •  FILMP 39900 - Special Topics in Advanced Film Practice
  •  FILMP 45100 - Film and Video Production Seminar
  •  FILMP 49800 - Internship
  •  FILPL 27600 - Screen Writing I - The Short (W)
  •  FILPL 31600 - Experimental Production
  •  FILPL 37700 - Screen Writing II The Feature (W)
  •  FREN 10100 - Elementary French I
  •  FREN 10200 - Elementary French II
  •  FREN 10250 - Beginning French Conversation and Cultural Enrichment
  •  FREN 10300 - Intensive Elementary French
  •  FREN 20100 - Intermediate French I
  •  FREN 20200 - Intermediate French II
  •  FREN 20300 - Intensive Intermediate French
  •  FREN 20800 - French for Francophones
  •  FREN 21100 - Intermediate Grammar and Composition
  •  FREN 22000 - Advanced French Conversation
  •  FREN 24100 - Early French Civilization: From Gothic to Revolution
  •  FREN 24200 - Modern French Civilization: From Revolution to Present
  •  FREN 25100 - French Literature and the Arts
  •  FREN 25200 - From Symbolism to Surrealism in French Literature
  •  FREN 25300 - Modern French Theatre: Theory and Practice
  •  FREN 25400 - Film and the French Novel
  •  FREN 25500 - New Approaches to Modern French Literature
  •  FREN 25600 - Dream and Image (W)
  •  FREN 25700 - Literary Cross-Currents
  •  FREN 25800 - French Poetry in Translation
  •  FREN 25900 - French Theatre in Translation
  •  FREN 26000 - French Novel in Translation (1600-1900)
  •  FREN 26100 - Modern French Novel in Translation (1900-Present)
  •  FREN 26200 - Perspectives on Women in French Literature
  •  FREN 27500 - Introduction to French Literature
  •  FREN 31100 - Advanced French Grammar
  •  FREN 31200 - French Oral and Written Expression
  •  FREN 32100 - French Translation
  •  FREN 33500 - French Culture I
  •  FREN 33600 - French Culture II
  •  FREN 33700 - Contemporary French Culture
  •  FREN 34100 - Survey of French Literature from the Middle Ages to the End of the 17th Century
  •  FREN 34200 - Survey of French Literature from the 18th Century to the Modern Period
  •  FREN 34300 - Medieval and Renaissance French Literature
  •  FREN 34400 - 17th Century French Literature
  •  FREN 34600 - 18th Century French Literature
  •  FREN 34800 - 19th Century French Literature (1800-1850)
  •  FREN 34900 - 19th Century French Literature (1850-1900)
  •  FREN 35000 - 20th Century French Literature (1900-1950)
  •  FREN 35100 - Contemporary French Literature (1950-present)
  •  FREN 35300 - Survey of Francophone Literature
  •  FREN 36000 - French Literature: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36100 - Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36200 - The 17th Century: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36300 - The 18th Century: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36400 - The 19th Century: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36500 - The 20th Century: Special Topics
  •  FREN 36600 - French Cinema: Special Topics
  •  FREN 37500 - Seminar in French Literary History
  •  FREN 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  FREN 49100 - Honors Course in French
  •  FREN 49500 - Independent Study in French Literature
  •  GEOG 10100 - People and Their Environment
  •  GEOG 15000 - World Regional Geography
  •  GEOG 18300 - Special Topics: Introductory Geosciences
  •  GEOG 22100 - Economic Geography and Globalization
  •  GEOG 22600 - Environmental Conservation: Resource Management
  •  GEOG 22700 - Environmental Conservation: Urban Problems
  •  GEOG 24100 - Population Geography
  •  GEOG 24300 - Urban Geography
  •  GEOG 24500 - Geography of Development
  •  GEOG 24700 - Cultural Geography
  •  GEOG 25000 - Geographic Research Methods
  •  GEOG 30500 - Special Topics in Urban and Regional Dynamics
  •  GEOG 30600 - Special Topics in Contemporary Regional Geographies
  •  GEOG 32100 - Transportation Geography
  •  GEOG 32800 - Urban Environmental Problems: Evaluations and Solutions
  •  GEOG 33500 - International Pollution Issues
  •  GEOG 34200 - Geography of International Migration and Ethnicity
  •  GEOG 34300 - Urban Geographic Theory
  •  GEOG 35700 - Geography of New York City and Vicinity
  •  GEOG 37000 - Geography of Sustainable Development in Developing Countries
  •  GEOG 37100 - Rural Water Supply in Developing Regions
  •  GEOG 38100 - Special Topics in Geography
  •  GEOG 38200 - Special Topics in Geography
  •  GEOG 38300 - Special Topics in Geography
  •  GEOG 39100 - Individual Study in Geography
  •  GEOG 39200 - Individual Study in Geography
  •  GEOG 39300 - Individual Study in Geography
  •  GEOG 48000 - Capstone in Urban and Social Geography
  •  GEOG 48100 - Capstone in Sustainability Studies
  •  GEOG 49000 - Honors in Geography
  •  GEOG 49800 - Internship
  •  GEOL 10000 - Introduction to Geology
  •  GEOL 10100 - Introductory Geology Lab
  •  GEOL 10200 - Plate Tectonics and the Earth's Evolution
  •  GEOL 10500 - Introduction to Environmental Geoscience
  •  GEOL 18000 - Introduction to Oceanography
  •  GEOL 20500 - Environmental Geology
  •  GEOL 21100 - Field Geology of New York City and Vicinity
  •  GEOL 23100 - Principles of Geomorphology
  •  GEOL 24400 - Sedimentology
  •  GEOL 28000 - Marine Geology
  •  GEOL 33200 - Hydrology See PGEOG 33200
  •  GEOL 33400 - Geomorphology: The Study of Beaches and Coasts
  •  GEOL 38000 - Advanced Oceanography: Physics of the Oceans
  •  GEOL 38100 - Special Topics in Geology and Oceanography
  •  GEOL 38200 - Special Topics in Geology and Oceanography
  •  GEOL 38300 - Special Topics in Geology and Oceanography
  •  GEOL 39100 - Individual Study in Geology
  •  GEOL 39200 - Individual Study in Geology
  •  GEOL 39300 - Individual Study in Geology
  •  GERMN 10100 - Elementary German I
  •  GERMN 10200 - Elementary German II
  •  GERMN 10300 - Intensive Elementary German
  •  GERMN 10600 - German through Lieder
  •  GERMN 20000 - Intensive German 2 and 3
  •  GERMN 20100 - Intermediate German I
  •  GERMN 20150 - Intermediate German Workshop I
  •  GERMN 20200 - Intermediate German II
  •  GERMN 20250 - Intermediate German Workshop II
  •  GERMN 20300 - Intensive Intermediate German
  •  GERMN 24000 - German Thought and Culture: A Survey (W)
  •  GERMN 24100 - German Fairy Tales in Translation (W)
  •  GERMN 30100 - Advanced German Comprehension and Conversation
  •  GERMN 30200 - Advanced German Conversation and Composition
  •  GERMN 31000 - Advanced German Language Studies
  •  GERMN 31200 - Introduction to Business German
  •  GERMN 32000 - Studies in German Literature and Language
  •  GERMN 32100 - Individual and Society in Modern German Literature
  •  GERMN 32200 - German Civilization
  •  GERMN 32300 - Women in German Literature
  •  GERMN 32400 - Post-Feminist German Literature and Film
  •  GERMN 32700 - Modern Swiss Literature
  •  GERMN 32800 - German Children's and Adolescent Literature
  •  GERMN 33400 - The German Short Story and Novelle
  •  GERMN 33500 - German Radio Plays: Hoerspiel
  •  GERMN 33600 - German Lyric Poetry
  •  GERMN 33900 - German Drama from Naturalism to Present
  •  GERMN 34100 - German Drama from Age of Goethe to Naturalism
  •  GERMN 34200 - The German Novel
  •  GERMN 34300 - German Literature from Its Origins to the Age of Goethe
  •  GERMN 34400 - Readings in Classical Period of German Literature
  •  GERMN 34500 - Literature of Weimar Republic
  •  GERMN 34600 - German Literature of the 1930s and 1940s
  •  GERMN 34700 - German Literature 1945-1995
  •  GERMN 34800 - East German Literature (1945-1990)
  •  GERMN 35000 - Austrian Literature
  •  GERMN 35300 - Goethe's Faust
  •  GERMN 35900 - German Literary Seminar
  •  GERMN 36100 - Gottfried von Strassburg: Tristan
  •  GERMN 36200 - Wolfram von Eschenbach: Parzival in translation
  •  GERMN 36300 - Goethe's Faust in English translation
  •  GERMN 36400 - Heinrich von Kleist
  •  GERMN 36500 - Georg Büchner
  •  GERMN 36600 - Hermann Hesse
  •  GERMN 36700 - Hermann Hesse: Magister Ludi
  •  GERMN 36800 - Rainer Maria Rilke's Duino Elegies
  •  GERMN 36900 - Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain
  •  GERMN 37000 - Franz Kafka
  •  GERMN 37100 - Bertolt Brecht
  •  GERMN 37200 - Germany in the Twenties (W)
  •  GERMN 37300 - German-Jewish Love Stories in Literature and Film after 1945 (W)
  •  GERMN 37400 - Masterpieces of German Literature in English Translation (W)
  •  GERMN 37600 - Masterpieces of Modern German Prose in English Translation
  •  GERMN 37800 - Masterpieces of German Drama in English Translation
  •  GERMN 37900 - Studies/Seminar Studies in German Literature in English Translation
  •  GERMN 38500 - Advanced Topics in German Language Study
  •  GERMN 38501 - The German Press of Today: Reading and Understanding Newspapers and Magazines
  •  GERMN 38502 - Advanced Business German
  •  GERMN 38503 - German Grammar for Upper- Level Discourse
  •  GERMN 38504 - Advanced German Through Translation
  •  GERMN 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  GERMN 44400 - Seminar Studies in German Literature and Language
  •  GERMN 47900 - Studies/Seminar Studies in German Literature in English Translation
  •  GERMN 49100 - Honors Project
  •  GERMN 49200 - Independent Study in German
  •  GERMN 49300 - Individual Studies Project in German Studies
  •  GERMN 49800 - Internship
  •  GRK 10100 - Beginning Ancient Greek 1
  •  GRK 10200 - Beginning Ancient Greek 2
  •  GRK 20200 - Plato
  •  GRK 21100 - Ancient Greek Reading: Prose
  •  GRK 21200 - Ancient Greek Reading: Poetry
  •  GRK 30100 - Plato II
  •  GRK 30200 - Euripides
  •  GRK 30300 - Greek Lyric Poetry
  •  GRK 30400 - Aristophanes and Menander
  •  GRK 30500 - Attic Orators
  •  GRK 30700 - Sophocles
  •  GRK 30800 - Aeschylus
  •  GRK 30900 - Herodotus
  •  GRK 31000 - Thucydides
  •  GRK 32000 - Topics in Greek Literature
  •  GRK 42100 - Independent Study in Greek Literature
  •  GTECH 10100 - Digital Earth
  •  GTECH 20100 - Introduction to Geographic Information Science
  •  GTECH 20300 - Introduction to Remote Sensing
  •  GTECH 30100 - Quantitative Methods in Geography
  •  GTECH 32100 - Remote Sensing of the Environment
  •  GTECH 32200 - Digital Image Processing
  •  GTECH 35000 - Field Topographic Surveying
  •  GTECH 35100 - Field Techniques in Geography
  •  GTECH 36100 - GIS Analysis
  •  GTECH 38000 - Introduction to Cartographic Design and Geovisualization
  •  GTECH 38500 - GIS Applications
  •  GTECH 48000 - Capstone in Geographic Information Science
  •  GTECH 49000 - Honors in Geographic Information Science
  •  GTECH 49800 - Internship in Geographic Information Science
  •  HEBR 10100 - Elementary Hebrew I
  •  HEBR 10200 - Elementary Hebrew II
  •  HEBR 10300 - Intensive Elementary Hebrew
  •  HEBR 10500 - Elementary Biblical Hebrew I
  •  HEBR 10600 - Elementary Biblical Hebrew II
  •  HEBR 20100 - Intermediate Hebrew I
  •  HEBR 20200 - Intermediate Hebrew II
  •  HEBR 20300 - Intensive Intermediate Hebrew
  •  HEBR 20500 - Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I
  •  HEBR 20600 - Intermediate Biblical Hebrew II
  •  HEBR 21000 - Selected Studies in Hebrew Literature in Translation
  •  HEBR 21100 - Masterpieces of Medieval Hebraic Literature in Translation (W)
  •  HEBR 21200 - Readings in Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation (W)
  •  HEBR 21400 - Maimonides' Guide to the Perplexed
  •  HEBR 21500 - Hebraic and Judaic Culture and Thought in the Medieval Islamic World
  •  HEBR 21800 - Masterpieces of Yiddish Literature in Translation (W)
  •  HEBR 22000 - Israeli Cinema
  •  HEBR 22100 - Modern Israeli Culture
  •  HEBR 22200 - Introduction to Jewish Texts and Writings
  •  HEBR 24000 - Introduction to the Old Testament
  •  HEBR 25000 - Topics in Hebraic Studies
  •  HEBR 25900 - Old Testament Religion
  •  HEBR 28100 - Masterpieces of Ancient Hebraic Literature in Translation (W)
  •  HEBR 28400 - Images of Women in the Old Testament, in Translation
  •  HEBR 28600 - Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible
  •  HEBR 28800 - Ancient Hebraic Folklore
  •  HEBR 29000 - Biblical Archaeology
  •  HEBR 29200 - The Hebrew Prophets
  •  HEBR 29400 - Job, Ecclesiastes and the Human Predicament (W)
  •  HEBR 29500 - Ancient Hebrew Law
  •  HEBR 29600 - The Dead Sea Scrolls in English (W)
  •  HEBR 31000 - Modern Hebrew Literature I
  •  HEBR 31100 - Modern Hebrew Literature II
  •  HEBR 31500 - Biblical Literature: Pentateuch
  •  HEBR 31600 - Biblical Literature: Historical Books
  •  HEBR 31700 - Biblical Literature: Prophetic Books
  •  HEBR 31800 - Biblical Literature: Hagiographa
  •  HEBR 32000 - The Modern Hebrew Short Story
  •  HEBR 32100 - Talmudic Literature
  •  HEBR 32200 - Medieval Literature
  •  HEBR 32300 - Poetry of the Modern Hebrew Renaissance Period
  •  HEBR 32400 - The Modern Hebrew Essay
  •  HEBR 32500 - History of Modern Hebrew Literature
  •  HEBR 32600 - Hebrew Poetry Between the Two World Wars
  •  HEBR 32700 - The Modern Hebrew Novel
  •  HEBR 32800 - Contemporary Hebrew Prose
  •  HEBR 33100 - Medieval Hebrew Philosophic Texts
  •  HEBR 35100 - Hebrew Grammar and Composition
  •  HEBR 35700 - Approaches to Main Problems in Hebraic Studies
  •  HEBR 37100 - Hebrew Conversation I
  •  HEBR 37200 - Hebrew Conversation II
  •  HEBR 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  HEBR 45100 - Selected Studies in Hebrew Literature
  •  HEBR 49000 - Independent Studies
  •  HEBR 49100 - Honors Project
  •  HED 20100 - Women and Health
  •  HED 30500 - Sex Education
  •  HED 30600 - Drugs and Drug Dependencies
  •  HED 48000 - Independent Study in Health Education
  •  HEDP 31400 - Health Education for the Classroom Teacher
  •  HIST 11100 - World History to 1500
  •  HIST 11200 - World History from 1500 to the Present
  •  HIST 12100 - Early Modern Europe 1500 to 1815
  •  HIST 12200 - 19th and 20th Century Europe (W)
  •  HIST 14100 - Contemporary Issues in Historical Perspective (W)
  •  HIST 15100 - The United States from the Colonial Era to the Civil War (W)
  •  HIST 15200 - The United States from the Civil War Era to the Present (W)
  •  HIST 20100 - Ancient Civilization
  •  HIST 20800 - History of the Jews
  •  HIST 21000 - History of Judaism
  •  HIST 21100 - Medieval Civilization (W)
  •  HIST 24200 - The Holocaust: An Introduction
  •  HIST 25000 - Historical Issues (W)
  •  HIST 27100 - Early History of Latin America
  •  HIST 27200 - History of Latin America in the 19th and 20th Centuries
  •  HIST 27650 - Middle Eastern History from the Beginning of Islam to 1800 (W)
  •  HIST 27651 - The Modern Middle East from 1800 to the Present (W)
  •  HIST 27700 - East Asia to 1600 (W)
  •  HIST 27800 - East Asia, 1600 to the Present (W)
  •  HIST 28800 - History of Africa to the 19th Century
  •  HIST 28900 - Africa in the 19th and 20th Centuries (W)
  •  HIST 29000 - History Practicum (W)
  •  HIST 29100 - Historical Methods
  •  HIST 30000 - Historical Research (W)
  •  HIST 30100 - History of the Ancient Near East
  •  HIST 30200 - Greek History
  •  HIST 30300 - Roman History
  •  HIST 30500 - The Age of the Crusades
  •  HIST 30900 - Jewish History in the Ancient World
  •  HIST 31000 - Jewish History in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods
  •  HIST 31100 - Europe in the Early Middle Ages
  •  HIST 31200 - Europe in the High Middle Ages
  •  HIST 31300 - Europe in the Late Middle Ages
  •  HIST 31400 - Ancient and Medieval Christianity (W)
  •  HIST 31500 - Christianity in Modern Times
  •  HIST 31600 - History of Religion in the United States
  •  HIST 31700 - History of the American City
  •  HIST 31800 - History of the American Working Class (W)
  •  HIST 31900 - Jewish History in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods (W)
  •  HIST 32000 - Jewish History in the Modern World (W)
  •  HIST 32100 - History of the Holocaust
  •  HIST 32400 - Europe in the Age of Renaissance and Reformation (W)
  •  HIST 32500 - Europe in the Age of Absolutism and Revolution
  •  HIST 32600 - Europe 1815-1914
  •  HIST 32700 - Europe since 1914
  •  HIST 32900 - History of European Diplomacy
  •  HIST 33000 - Social and Economic History of Modern Europe
  •  HIST 33100 - European Culture in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries (W)
  •  HIST 33200 - Modern Culture from the 18th to the 20th Centuries
  •  HIST 33400 - France during the Revolution and Napoleonic Eras
  •  HIST 33500 - History of Modern France
  •  HIST 33600 - History of 20th-Century Germany (W)
  •  HIST 33700 - History of Spain
  •  HIST 33800 - History of Italy (W)
  •  HIST 34100 - Topics in History (W)
  •  HIST 34122 - Latin American Political Economy
  •  HIST 34139 - African Influences in the Americas
  •  HIST 34250 - Early British History to 1689
  •  HIST 34251 - Britain Since 1689
  •  HIST 34300 - England under the Tudors and Stuarts
  •  HIST 34600 - Churchill's Britain (W)
  •  HIST 35300 - History of New York City
  •  HIST 35400 - The American Colonies in the 17th Century (W)
  •  HIST 35500 - The American Colonies in the 18th Century (W)
  •  HIST 35600 - The Early Republic
  •  HIST 35700 - American-Jewish History (W)
  •  HIST 35800 - 20th Century United States (W)
  •  HIST 35900 - Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States
  •  HIST 36100 - America and the World in the 20th Century
  •  HIST 36200 - Biography and Autobiography in the History of the U.S.
  •  HIST 36300 - American Cultural History
  •  HIST 36400 - American Constitutional History, 1783 to 1900
  •  HIST 36500 - American Economic History
  •  HIST 36600 - Role of Women in American History
  •  HIST 36700 - Civil War and Reconstruction
  •  HIST 36900 - African American History in the United States
  •  HIST 37000 - The West in American History
  •  HIST 37300 - History of the Ottoman Empire (W)
  •  HIST 37400 - Russia to the 20th Century
  •  HIST 37500 - Late Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union
  •  HIST 37600 - Soviet Foreign Policy
  •  HIST 37700 - Ancient and Imperial China to 1800
  •  HIST 37800 - China Since 1800
  •  HIST 37900 - Japan to 1800
  •  HIST 38000 - Japan since 1800
  •  HIST 38200 - Historical Studies Seminar
  •  HIST 38300 - Problems in U.S. History (W)
  •  HIST 38400 - Problems in European History (W)
  •  HIST 38500 - Problems in Non-Western History (W)
  •  HIST 38900 - History of South Asia
  •  HIST 39000 - History of Modern West Africa
  •  HIST 39100 - Historical Restoration and Museum Work
  •  HIST 40000 - Historical Research [H]
  •  HIST 48300 - Problems in U.S. History (Honors) (W)
  •  HIST 48400 - Problems in European History (Honors) (W)
  •  HIST 48500 - Problems in Non-Western History (Honors) (W)
  •  HIST 49200 - Honors Seminar in Historical Studies
  •  HIST 49300 - Individual Tutorial Research Project
  •  HIST 49800 - Internship
  •  HMBIO 40100 - Human Biology Senior Capstone
  •  HMBIO 40200 - Independent Study
  •  HMBIO 40300 - Internship
  •  HONS 20100 - Sophomore Honors Colloquium (W)
  •  HONS 30100 - Upper-Level Honors Colloquium (W)
  •  HONS 30199 - Interdisciplinary Independent Study
  •  HONS 49100 - Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies
  •  HR 20000 - Introduction to Human Rights: History, Discourse, Practice (W)
  •  HR 22000 - Special Topics in Human Rights
  •  HR 25000 - Human Rights Internship
  •  HR 26000 - Human Rights Internship Seminar (W)
  •  HR 32000 - Special Topics in Human Rights
  •  HR 35000 - Human Rights Capstone Seminar (W)
  •  HUM 15000 - Introductory Topics in Humanities and the Arts
  •  HUM 20100 - Explorations in the Arts
  •  HUM 25000 - Intermediate Topics in Humanities and the Arts
  •  HUM 35000 - Advanced Topics in Humanities and the Arts
  •  ITAL 10100 - Elementary Italian I
  •  ITAL 10200 - Elementary Italian II
  •  ITAL 10251 - Elementary Italian Conversation
  •  ITAL 10300 - Intensive Elementary Italian
  •  ITAL 20100 - Intermediate Italian I
  •  ITAL 20200 - Intermediate Italian II
  •  ITAL 20300 - Intensive Intermediate Italian
  •  ITAL 22100 - Italian for Oral Communication
  •  ITAL 26000 - Modern Italian Short Story (W)
  •  ITAL 27500 - Masterpieces of Italian Literature
  •  ITAL 27600 - Dante's Divine Comedy in English (W)
  •  ITAL 28000 - The Italian Renaissance: An Introduction
  •  ITAL 31100 - Advanced Italian Grammar
  •  ITAL 31200 - Advanced Italian Composition
  •  ITAL 32100 - Italian Translation
  •  ITAL 33100 - Italian Phonetics and Diction
  •  ITAL 33400 - Italian Civilization in the Baroque, in English
  •  ITAL 33500 - Italian Culture I
  •  ITAL 33600 - Italian Culture II
  •  ITAL 33700 - Italian Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century, in English
  •  ITAL 33800 - 19th and 20th Century Italian Women Writers, in English
  •  ITAL 33900 - Italian American Women Writers and Artists: Issues of Identity (W)
  •  ITAL 34100 - Introduction to Italian Literature from the Middle Ages to the 16th Century
  •  ITAL 34200 - Introduction to Italian Literature from the 16th Century to the Present
  •  ITAL 34300 - Dante's Vita Nuova and Inferno
  •  ITAL 34400 - Dante's Purgatorio and Introduction to Paradiso
  •  ITAL 34500 - Dante's Paradiso and Major Prose Works
  •  ITAL 34600 - Petrarch, Boccaccio and the Literature of Humanism
  •  ITAL 34700 - 16th Century Italian Literature
  •  ITAL 34800 - 17th and 18th Century Literature
  •  ITAL 34900 - The Modern Italian Lyric
  •  ITAL 35000 - The Modern Italian Novel
  •  ITAL 35100 - The Modern Italian Theatre
  •  ITAL 35200 - The Italian Novel and Cinema
  •  ITAL 36000 - The Middle Ages: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 36100 - The Renaissance: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 36200 - The 17th Century: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 36300 - The 18th Century: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 36400 - The 19th Century: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 36500 - The 20th Century: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 37000 - Italian Literature: Special Topics
  •  ITAL 37500 - Seminar in Italian Literary History
  •  ITAL 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  ITAL 49100 - Honors Course in Italian
  •  ITAL 49500 - Independent Study in Italian Literature
  •  JPN 10100 - Elementary Japanese I
  •  JPN 10200 - Elementary Japanese II
  •  JPN 20100 - Intermediate Japanese I
  •  JPN 20200 - Intermediate Japanese II
  •  JPN 25100 - Japanese Culture Before 1600
  •  JPN 25200 - Japanese Culture Since 1600
  •  JPN 26100 - Special Topics in Japanese Culture
  •  JPN 27100 - Japanese Reading: Recitation and Comprehension
  •  JPN 30100 - Advanced Japanese I
  •  JPN 30200 - Advanced Japanese II
  •  JPN 35100 - Advanced Japanese Conversation
  •  JPN 42101 - Independent Study in Japanese
  •  JPN 42102 - Independent Study in Japanese
  •  JPN 42103 - Independent Study in Japanese
  •  JS 30000 - Independent Studies
  •  JS 31000 - Jewish Studies Fieldwork
  •  JS 40000 - Individual Honors Project
  •  JS 41050 - Jewish Studies Seminar I
  •  JS 41051 - Jewish Studies Seminar II
  •  LACS 33000 - Latin America and the Caribbean Field Course/Internship
  •  LACS 43400 - Seminar in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  •  LAT 10100 - Beginning Latin
  •  LAT 10200 - Beginning Latin
  •  LAT 10700 - Beginning Latin, Intensive
  •  LAT 20100 - Ovid's Metamorphoses
  •  LAT 20200 - Roman Biography
  •  LAT 20300 - Vergil's Aeneid
  •  LAT 20400 - Cicero's De Senectute
  •  LAT 21100 - Latin Reading: Prose
  •  LAT 21100 - Latin Reading: Prose
  •  LAT 21200 - Latin Reading: Poetry
  •  LAT 22000 - Medieval Latin
  •  LAT 30200 - Roman Letter
  •  LAT 30300 - Roman Comedy
  •  LAT 30400 - Roman Satire
  •  LAT 30500 - Vergil's Eclogues and Georgics
  •  LAT 30600 - Cicero
  •  LAT 30700 - Lucretius' De Rerum Natura
  •  LAT 30800 - Roman Epic
  •  LAT 30900 - Lyric Poetry of the Golden Age
  •  LAT 31000 - The Roman Novel
  •  LAT 31100 - Elegiac Poets
  •  LAT 31200 - Livy
  •  LAT 31300 - Caesar
  •  LAT 31400 - Tacitus
  •  LAT 32000 - Topics in Latin Literature
  •  LAT 42100 - Independent Study in Latin Literature
  •  MATH 10000 - Basic Structures of Mathematics
  •  MATH 10100 - Algebra for College Students
  •  MATH 101EN - Algebra for College Students - Enhanced
  •  MATH 10200 - Mathematics and Everyday Life
  •  MATH 10400 (STEM) - Mathematics for Elementary Education I
  •  MATH 10500 - Mathematics for Elementary Education II
  •  MATH 11000 - Topics in the Mathematical Sciences
  •  MATH 11100 - Matrices, Vectors and Linear Programming
  •  MATH 12500 (STEM) - Precalculus
  •  MATH 12600 - Precalculus Technology Laboratory
  •  MATH 15000 (STEM) - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
  •  MATH 15200 - Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences
  •  MATH 15400 - An Introduction to Symbolic Computation
  •  MATH 15500 (STEM) - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
  •  MATH 15600 - Introduction to Mathematical Proof Workshop
  •  MATH 16000 - Matrix Algebra
  •  MATH 25000 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
  •  MATH 25400 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  •  MATH 25500 - Vector Analysis
  •  MATH 26000 - Linear Algebra
  •  MATH 27500 - Symbolic Logic
  •  MATH 29500 - Intermediate Topics in Mathematics
  •  MATH 30100 - Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences
  •  MATH 31100 - Abstract Algebra I
  •  MATH 31200 - Abstract Algebra II
  •  MATH 31300 - Theory of Numbers
  •  MATH 33100 - Geometries
  •  MATH 34000 - Topology
  •  MATH 35100 - Mathematical Analysis I
  •  MATH 35200 - Mathematical Analysis II
  •  MATH 35300 - Introduction To Complex Variables
  •  MATH 35400 - Dynamical Systems and Chaos
  •  MATH 37000 - Mathematical Logic
  •  MATH 37100 - Fundamental Concepts of Modern Mathematics
  •  MATH 37200 - Logic and Computers
  •  MATH 37600 - Philosophy of Mathematics (W)
  •  MATH 37700 - Non-classical Logic
  •  MATH 38500 - Numerical Methods I
  •  MATH 39100 - Independent Study in Mathematics
  •  MATH 39200 - Independent Study in Mathematics
  •  MATH 39300 - Independent Study in Mathematics
  •  MATH 39500 - Advanced Topics in Mathematics
  •  MATH 45400 - Calculus on Manifolds
  •  MATH 48500 - Numerical Methods II
  •  MATH 49000 - Honors Seminar
  •  MEDIA 18000 - Introduction to Media Studies
  •  MEDIA 21000 - Journalism and Society
  •  MEDIA 21100 - News Literacy in a Digital Age (W)
  •  Media 23000 - Movies in American Culture
  •  MEDIA 26000 - Internet and Society
  •  MEDIA 27100 - Television Culture
  •  MEDIA 28000 - Understanding New Media
  •  MEDIA 29600 - Topics in LGBTQ Film and Media
  •  MEDIA 29800 - Special Topics in Media Studies
  •  MEDIA 29853 - The Horror Film
  •  MEDIA 29900 - Special Topics in Media Studies
  •  MEDIA 31300 - The Culture of Publicity
  •  MEDIA 31400 - Public Relations: Theory and Practice (W)
  •  MEDIA 31500 - Nonfiction Film and Video
  •  MEDIA 32600 - America in American Film and Video
  •  MEDIA 32700 - Representations of Race and Ethnicity in U.S. Media
  •  MEDIA 32800 - Images of Resistance in the Developing World
  •  MEDIA 33200 - Myths and Images in the Media
  •  MEDIA 33300 - Typecasting
  •  MEDIA 36300 - Concepts in Gaming
  •  MEDIA 36500 - Digital Copyright
  •  MEDIA 37000 - The Press and the Public
  •  MEDIA 37300 - Journalism as Literature
  •  MEDIA 37400 - Media, Sports, and Society
  •  MEDIA 37500 - Media and Politics
  •  MEDIA 37800 - Television Genres
  •  MEDIA 38000 - History of Broadcasting
  •  MEDIA 38100 - Propaganda and the Mass Media
  •  MEDIA 38300 - Popular Music and the Music Industry
  •  MEDIA 38400 - Women and Media
  •  MEDIA 38600 - Media Ethics
  •  MEDIA 39000 - Broadcast Journalism
  •  MEDIA 39100 - History of Print Journalism
  •  MEDIA 39300 - Media Criticism
  •  MEDIA 39400 - Mass Communications and the Law
  •  MEDIA 39500 - Mass Media in Developing Countries
  •  MEDIA 39600 - Global Communication
  •  MEDIA 39700 - Cult TV and its Audiences
  •  MEDIA 39800 - Complex Television Narratives (W)
  •  MEDIA 39900 - Special Issues in Media Studies
  •  MEDIA 40100 - Independent Research
  •  MEDIA 40200 - Honors Project
  •  MEDIA 49800 - Internship
  •  MEDIA 49900 - Advanced Seminar
  •  MEDP 15000 - Media and Film in a Digital Age Pt. 1
  •  MEDP 16000 - Media and Film in a Digital Age Pt. 2
  •  MEDP 23400 - Creative Code
  •  MEDP 25000 - Digital Design and Usability
  •  MEDP 26000 - Introduction to 2D Animation
  •  MEDP 28100 - Documentary Video Production 1
  •  MEDP 28200 - Studio Television Production
  •  MEDP 28500 - Web Production I
  •  MEDP 28600 - Location Sound
  •  MEDP 29900 - Special Topics in Media Production
  •  MEDP 31000 - Advanced TV Studio Production
  •  MEDP 31100 - Documentary Video Production 2
  •  MEDP 31200 - Advanced Documentary Digital Editing
  •  MEDP 33100 - Web Production II
  •  MEDP 34100 - Web Programming
  •  MEDP 34500 - Web Design Projects
  •  MEDP 34900 - Introduction to Physical Computing
  •  MEDP 35500 - Physical Computing: Interactive Installation
  •  MEDP 36000 - 3D Animation and Modeling
  •  MEDP 36500 - 3D Virtual Environments
  •  MEDP 38300 - Sound Design
  •  MEDP 38700 - Mobile Journalism
  •  MEDP 39900 - Special Topics in Advanced Media Production
  •  MEDP 39909 - Game Design and Programming
  •  MEDP 39950 - Motion Graphics
  •  MEDP 45100 - Film and Video Production Seminar
  •  MEDPL 20100 - Reporting and Writing I (W)
  •  MEDPL 20200 - Reporting and Writing 2(W)
  •  MEDPL 23900 - Entertainment Journalism (W)
  •  MEDPL 28300 - News Video Reporting
  •  MEDPL 28400 - Radio Reporting and Podcasting
  •  MEDPL 29000 - Developing the Documentary (W)
  •  MEDPL 29400 - Magazine Writing (W)
  •  MEDPL 29500 - Online Journalism (W)
  •  MEDPL 29600 - Feature Writing (W)
  •  MEDPL 29700 - Data Journalism: Telling Stories with Numbers
  •  MEDPL 31600 - Experimental Production
  •  MEDPL 37200 - Investigative Reporting (W)
  •  MEDPL 37700 - Neighborhood News (W)
  •  MEDPL 38700 - Mobile Journalism
  •  MEDPL 38800 - Studio News Production
  •  MHC 10000 - MHC Seminar 1, The Arts in New York City (W)
  •  MHC 15000 - MHC Seminar 2: Peopling of New York (W)
  •  MHC 20000 - MHC Seminar 3: Science and Technology (W)
  •  MHC 25000 - MHC Seminar 4: Shaping the Future of New York City (W)
  •  MLS 31200 - Human Physiology: Integration and Control
  •  MLS 34700 - Human Histology
  •  MLS 40066 - Topics: Biohazards and Emergency Response
  •  MLS 40067 - Topics: Medical Technology
  •  MLS 45000 - Cell and Tissue Culture
  •  MLS 46000 - Immunology
  •  MLS 48001-48003 - Independent Study
  •  MLS 49000 - Honors
  •  MLSP 30000 - Fundamental Concepts and Techniques in the Medical Laboratory
  •  MLSP 34900 - Hematology
  •  MLSP 35100 - Clinical Microbiology I
  •  MLSP 35200 - Clinical Microbiology II
  •  MLSP 35400 - Clinical Biochemistry I: Biomolecules & Metabolism
  •  MLSP 35500 - Clinical Biochemistry II: Genes to Proteins
  •  MLSP 36100 - Computers and Data Processing in the Medical Laboratory
  •  MLSP 40000 - Topics in Biomedical Sciences
  •  MLSP 41000 - Professional Practice
  •  MLSP 43000 - Immunohematology
  •  MLSP 45700 - Senior Seminar
  •  MUSHL 10100 - A Thousand Years of Listening
  •  MUSHL 10700 - The World of Music
  •  MUSHL 20100 - Introduction to Music Research
  •  MUSHL 20500 - Music History I
  •  MUSHL 20600 - Music History II (W)
  •  MUSHL 21000 - Music for the Piano (W)
  •  MUSHL 21200 - Masterpieces of Opera (W)
  •  MUSHL 21700 - History of Jazz (W)
  •  MUSHL 22000 - History of Rock
  •  MUSHL 22100 - Black Music in the Americas (W)
  •  MUSHL 22700 - Master Composers (W)
  •  MUSHL 23100 - Folk and Traditional Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 24000 - Music of the Caribbean and Latin America (W)
  •  MUSHL 24100 - Music of Asia (W)
  •  MUSHL 24300 - Music of the Middle East
  •  MUSHL 24500 - Music of Africa (W)
  •  MUSHL 25000 - Women and Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 25200 - Film Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 26100 - Special Topics in History and Literature of Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 26200 - Special Topics in Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 30500 - Music History III (W)
  •  MUSHL 30600 - Music History IV (W)
  •  MUSHL 35200 - Introduction to Ethnomusicology I (W)
  •  MUSHL 35300 - Introduction to Ethnomusicology II (W)
  •  MUSHL 36100 - Special Topics in History and Literature of Music (W)
  •  MUSHL 49800 - Music Internship
  •  MUSIN 20101 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 20102 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 20103 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 30101 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 30102 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 30103 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 40101 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 40102 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSIN 40103 - Individual Study Project
  •  MUSPF 12100 - Elementary Guitar I
  •  MUSPF 12200 - Elementary Guitar II
  •  MUSPF 13100 - Elementary Piano I
  •  MUSPF 21100 - Voice I
  •  MUSPF 21200 - Voice II
  •  MUSPF 21300 - Piano I
  •  MUSPF 21400 - Piano II
  •  MUSPF 22100 - College Choir
  •  MUSPF 23100 - Hunter Symphony
  •  MUSPF 24900 - Jazz Ensemble
  •  MUSPF 25000 - Jazz and Popular Music Combos
  •  MUSPF 25100 - Jazz Vocal Workshop Ensemble
  •  MUSPF 34900 - Conducting I
  •  MUSPF 35000 - Conducting II
  •  MUSPF 35300 - Chamber Singers
  •  MUSPF 35500 - Chamber Music Workshop
  •  MUSPF 36100 - Special Studies in Performance of Music
  •  MUSPF 36200 - Special Studies in Performance of Music
  •  MUSPF 36300 - Special Studies in Performance of Music
  •  MUSPF 36500 - Topics in Piano Performance
  •  MUSPF 36900 - Topics in Vocal Performance
  •  MUSPF 37000 - Opera Performance
  •  MUSPF 40100 - Individual Instruction in Instrument or Voice
  •  MUSPF 40200 - Individual Instruction in Second Instrument or Voice
  •  MUSPF 43100 - Individual Instruction in Instrument or Voice
  •  MUSTH 10100 - Music Theory Fundamentals
  •  MUSTH 20100 - Introduction to Music Technology
  •  MUSTH 22000 - Music Theory I
  •  MUSTH 22100 - Music Theory II
  •  MUSTH 23000 - Musicianship I
  •  MUSTH 23100 - Musicianship II
  •  MUSTH 32000 - Music Theory III
  •  MUSTH 32100 - Music Theory IV
  •  MUSTH 33000 - Musicianship III
  •  MUSTH 33100 - Musicianship IV
  •  MUSTH 33300 - Composition I
  •  MUSTH 33400 - Composition II
  •  MUSTH 33500 - Orchestration
  •  MUSTH 35100 - Computer Music
  •  MUSTH 36100 - Special Topics in Music Theory
  •  MUSTH 37000 - Jazz Harmony and Arranging
  •  MUSTH 37100 - Jazz Improvisation
  •  MUSTH 38500 - Private Lessons in Composition
  •  MUSTH 49100 - Honors Project
  •  MUSTH 49200 - Honors Project
  •  NFS 13100 - Food Science I
  •  NFS 14100 - Nutrition
  •  NFS 33200 - Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition
  •  NFS 33300 - Nutrition Education
  •  NFS 33500 - Institutional Management
  •  NFS 34200 - Nutrition and Human Development
  •  NFS 36100 - Food and the Consumer
  •  NFS 40100 - Techniques of Communication in Nutrition
  •  NFS 40200 - Seminar in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 40300 - Nutrition for Exercise & Sport
  •  NFS 43100 - Experimental Foods
  •  NFS 43400 - Nutrition and the Elderly
  •  NFS 43500 - Food Service Systems
  •  NFS 44100 - Community Nutrition
  •  NFS 44351 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 44352 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 44354 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 44355 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 44356 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 48031 - Independent Study in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 48032 - Independent Study in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NFS 49000 - Honors in Nutrition and Food Science
  •  NURS 20000 - Introduction to Nursing
  •  NURS 21000 - Nursing Fundamentals and Health Assessment
  •  NURS 22000 - Adult Health and Illness
  •  NURS 24000 - Foundations of Genetics for Nurses
  •  NURS 33100 - Pharmacology I
  •  NURS 33200 - Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition in the Nursing Process
  •  NURS 33400 - Pathopharmacology
  •  NURS 33900 - Pharmacology II
  •  NURS 34000 - Women's Health
  •  NURS 34200 - Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
  •  NURS 34300 - Pathophysiology and Nursing Care
  •  NURS 34500 - HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Perspective for Health Care Providers
  •  NURS 34600 - Death and Dying
  •  NURS 34900 - Foundations of Ethics and End-of-Life Care
  •  NURS 35000 - Independent Study in Nursing
  •  NURS 35100 - Gender, Science and Technology
  •  NURS 35200 - Nursing Care of Women and Childbearing Families
  •  NURS 36000 - Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
  •  NURS 37900 - Nursing and Societal Forces in the Health Care Delivery System
  •  NURS 38000 - Nursing Research and Theory
  •  NURS 38100 - Health Assessment Throughout the Lifespan
  •  NURS 38400 - Nursing Culturally Diverse Families
  •  NURS 39998 - Urban Disaster Response and the Health Care Team
  •  NURS 42000 - Nursing Leadership and Ethics
  •  NURS 42200 - Health Policy and Leadership
  •  NURS 42300 - Foundations of Ethics and Palliative Care
  •  NURS 44000 - Stress Management for Nurses
  •  NURS 44100 - Selected Studies in Nursing Research
  •  NURS 44200 - Nursing Care of Acute and Critically Ill Clients
  •  NURS 44500 - Teaching-Learning Across the Developmental and Health Continua
  •  NURS 45000 - Computer Concepts and Application in Nursing
  •  NURS 45500 - Public Health Nursing
  •  NURS 46000 - Mental and Behavioral Health Nursing
  •  NURS 47000 - Adult Acute Illness/ Immersion Clinical
  •  NURS 48000 - Promotion of Wellness in the Community
  •  NURS 48200 - Advancement of Roles and Relationships in Professional Nursing
  •  NURS 48300 - Politics of Health
  •  NURS 49000 - Gerontological Nursing
  •  NURS 49100 - Gerontology for Nurses
  •  NURS 49200 - Advanced Synthesis of Nursing Knowledge
  •  NURS 49500 - Writing for Health Professionals: A Course for Undergraduates
  •  PGEOG 13000 (STEM) - Weather and Climate
  •  PGEOG 14000 - Introduction to Weather, Climate and Climate Change
  •  PGEOG 14100 - Introduction to Weather, Climate and Climate Change Laboratory
  •  PGEOG 21200 - Geography of Soils and Vegetation
  •  PGEOG 23100 - Physical Geography II: Principles of Geomorphology
  •  PGEOG 25000 - Earth System Science I
  •  PGEOG 25100 - Earth System Science II
  •  PGEOG 31100 - Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  •  PGEOG 31300 - Biogeography
  •  PGEOG 33200 - Introduction to Hydrology
  •  PGEOG 33400 - Coastal Geomorphology See GEOL 33400
  •  PGEOG 33500 - Urban and Metropolitan Coasts
  •  PGEOG 36100 - Global Climatic Change
  •  PGEOG 36300 - Environmental Hazards
  •  PGEOG 38100 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 38200 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 38300 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 39100 - Individual Study in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 39200 - Individual Study in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 39300 - Individual Study in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 48000 - Capstone in Physical Geography
  •  PGEOG 49000 - Honors in Environmental Studies
  •  PGEOG 49800 - Internship in Environmental Studies
  •  PHILO 10100 - Introduction to Philosophy
  •  PHILO 10400 - Introduction to Ethics and Moral Judgment
  •  PHILO 10600 - Philosophy, Politics and Society
  •  PHILO 17000 - Introduction to Logic and Scientific Method
  •  PHILO 20000 - Topics in Philosophy
  •  PHILO 21200 - Classical Greek Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle (W)
  •  PHILO 21400 - Medieval Philosophy (W)
  •  PHILO 21500 - Foundations of Modern Philosophy (W)
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  •  PHILO 23000 - Feminism: Philosophical Theory and Practice (W)
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  •  PHILO 24800 - International Ethics (W)
  •  PHILO 25000 - Problems of Ethics and Society (W)
  •  PHILO 25200 - Problems of Law and Morality
  •  PHILO 25400 - Ethical Issues in Biology and Medical Care (W)
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  •  PHILO 25600 - Philosophical Ideas in Literature (W)
  •  PHILO 25800 - Aesthetics (W)
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  •  PHILO 26600 - Knowledge and Reality (W)
  •  PHILO 26800 - Mind, Language and Cognition (W)
  •  PHILO 27000 - Philosophy, Science and Culture (W)
  •  PHILO 27500 - Symbolic Logic
  •  PHILO 31800 - Revolutions in Modern Philosophy (W)
  •  PHILO 31900 - Marxist and Critical Theory (W)
  •  PHILO 32000 - Twentieth-Century Philosophy (W)
  •  PHILO 34400 - Contemporary Theories in Ethics (W)
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  •  PHILO 34700 - Critical Philosophy of Race (W)
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  •  PHILO 36000 - Metaphysics (W)
  •  PHILO 36200 - Theory of Knowledge (W)
  •  PHILO 36300 - Feminist and Social Epistemologies (W)
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  •  PHILO 37200 - Logic and Computers
  •  PHILO 37500 - Advanced Symbolic Logic
  •  PHILO 37600 - Philosophy of Mathematics (W)
  •  PHILO 37700 - Non-classical Logic
  •  PHILO 37800 - Philosophy of Biology (W)
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  •  PHILO 38000 - Major Figures in Philosophy (W)
  •  PHILO 38010 - Plato (W)
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  •  PHILO 38020 - Plotinus (W)
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  •  PHILO 38086 - Foucault (W)
  •  PHILO 39300 - Philosophical Systems
  •  PHILO 39400 - Philosophical Problems
  •  PHILO 49200 - Independent Study in Philosophy
  •  PHILO 49400 - Honors Tutorial in Philosophy
  •  PHILO 49800 - Internship
  •  PHYS 10000 - Basic Concepts of Physics
  •  PHYS 10100 - Basic Concepts of Physics with Laboratory Exercises
  •  PHYS 11000 (STEM) - General Physics: Introductory Course in Mechanics, Heat, and Sound
  •  PHYS 11100 (STEM) - General Physics: Introductory Course in Mechanics, Heat, and Sound
  •  PHYS 12000 (STEM) - General Physics: Introductory Course in Electricity and Magnetism, Light, and Atomic Physics
  •  PHYS 12100 (STEM) - General Physics: Introductory Course in Electricity and Magnetism, Light, and Atomic Physics
  •  PHYS 19000 - Tutorial in Mathematical Physics
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  •  PHYS 23000 - Classical Physics Laboratory
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  •  PHYS 24000 - Physics of Biological Systems
  •  PHYS 24500 - Computer Applications in Physical Sciences
  •  PHYS 28000 - Astrophysics
  •  PHYS 30100 - Theoretical Physics
  •  PHYS 31100 - Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  •  PHYS 33000 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics
  •  PHYS 33400 - Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
  •  PHYS 33500 - Intermediate Mechanics
  •  PHYS 33600 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
  •  PHYS 34200 - Optics
  •  PHYS 36000 - Atomic and Nuclear Physics for Engineers
  •  PHYS 36400 - Electricity and Magnetism for Engineers
  •  PHYS 36500 - Analytical Mechanics
  •  PHYS 38500 - Numerical Methods I
  •  PHYS 39900 - Senior Thesis (W)
  •  PHYS 40300 - Topics in Modern Physics
  •  PHYS 41100 - Theoretical Mechanics
  •  PHYS 41500 - Electromagnetic Theory
  •  PHYS 41600 - Electromagnetic Theory II
  •  PHYS 42000 - Introduction to Biophysics
  •  PHYS 42400 - Plasma Physics
  •  PHYS 42500 - Quantum Theory
  •  PHYS 42700 - Intermediate Physics Laboratory
  •  PHYS 42800 - Photonics and Laboratory
  •  PHYS 44500 - Solid State Physics
  •  PHYS 45300 - Introduction to Research
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  •  PHYS 48500 - Numerical Methods II
  •  POL 10100 - Elementary Polish
  •  POL 10200 - Elementary Polish
  •  POL 20100 - Intermediate Polish I
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  •  POL 25000 - Topics in Polish Literature
  •  POL 30000 - Independent Study in Polish Language and Literature
  •  POLSC 10000 - Introduction to Politics: Democracy, Anarchy and the State (W)
  •  POLSC 11000 - American Government: A Historical Introduction (W)
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  •  POLSC 11500 - Introduction to International Politics (W)
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  •  POLSC 20000 - Interpreting Politics: An Introduction to Political Ideas (W)
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  •  POLSC 20100 - Ancient to Early Modern Political Thought (W)
  •  POLSC 20200 - Modern Political Thought (1600-1900) (W)
  •  POLSC 20300 - Political Thought Since 1900 (W)
  •  POLSC 20400 - Contemporary Issues in Political Theory
  •  POLSC 20600 - Research Design in Political Science (W)
  •  POLSC 20700 - Data Analysis in Political Science (W)
  •  POLSC 20900 - Women and Gender in Western Political Thought (W)
  •  POLSC 21100 - State Government and Politics (W)
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  •  POLSC 21700 - Contemporary Issues in American Politics
  •  POLSC 21800 - Women and Politics (W)
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  •  POLSC 22100 - U.S. Immigration Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 22200/22300 - Seminar/Internship in New York City Government
  •  POLSC 22600 - Interest Group Politics (W)
  •  POLSC 22700 - Political Parties (W)
  •  POLSC 22800 - Protest Movements in American Politics (W)
  •  POLSC 23000 - The American Presidency (W)
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  •  POLSC 23800 - The American Legal System (W)
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  •  POLSC 24400 - Energy and Environmental Politics and Public Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 25000 - Comparing Countries (W)
  •  POLSC 25000 - Comparing Countries (W)
  •  POLSC 25100 - Politics of Africa, Asia and Latin America (W)
  •  POLSC 25300 - Government and Politics in Latin America (W)
  •  POLSC 25400 - Government and Politics in Western Europe (W)
  •  POLSC 25500 - Government and Politics of Japan and Korea (W)
  •  POLSC 25700 - Government and Politics of China (W)
  •  POLSC 26000 - African Politics through African Films (W)
  •  POLSC 26100 - Globalization and Opposition Movements (W)
  •  POLSC 26200 - Government and Politics in Central America (W)
  •  POLSC 26300 - Government and Politics in the Middle East (W)
  •  POLSC 26400 - Government and Politics of Israel (W)
  •  POLSC 26500 - Government and Politics in Eastern Europe (W)
  •  POLSC 26700 - The Politics of Southern Africa (W)
  •  POLSC 27000 - International Relations: Conceptual Foundations and Current Issues (W)
  •  POLSC 27000 - International Relations: Conceptual Foundations and Current Issues (W)
  •  POLSC 27100 - International Politics in the Americas (W)
  •  POLSC 27200 - Contemporary Issues in Comparative Politics
  •  POLSC 27300 - Contemporary Issues in International Politics
  •  POLSC 27400 - American Foreign Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 27400 - American Foreign Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 27500 - Politics of the Global Economy (W)
  •  POLSC 27600 - Global Issues (W)
  •  POLSC 27800 - International Organizations (W)
  •  POLSC 28000 - Women, War and Peace (W)
  •  POLSC 28100 - Drugs, Politics and Public Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 28200 - International Security (W)
  •  POLSC 28300 - Terrorism (W)
  •  POLSC 29001-29003 - Independent Study in Political Science
  •  POLSC 29102-29103 - Directed Research (W)
  •  POLSC 29200 - Topics in Political Science
  •  POLSC 29400 - Topics in Political Science
  •  POLSC 29801-29806 - Internship in Political Science
  •  POLSC 30100 - American Political Thought (W)
  •  POLSC 30100 - American Political Thought (W)
  •  POLSC 30200 - Critical Theory and Politics (W)
  •  POLSC 30300 - Democracy and Emergency (W)
  •  POLSC 30400 - Contemporary Issues in Political Theory
  •  POLSC 30500 - Democratic Theory (W)
  •  POLSC 30700 - Theory of Revolution
  •  POLSC 30900 - Feminist Political Theory (W)
  •  POLSC 31000 - Comparative Legal Systems (W)
  •  POLSC 31100 - Utopian Theory (W)
  •  POLSC 31600 - Political Theory of Human Rights (W)
  •  POLSC 31700 - Contemporary Issues in American Politics
  •  POLSC 32000 - Ethnic Politics (W)
  •  POLSC 32100 - American Political Economy (W)
  •  POLSC 32200 - Social and Economic Policies in Western Europe and the United States (W)
  •  POLSC 32300 - Politics of Public Budgeting (W)
  •  POLSC 33000 - American Political Development (W)
  •  POLSC 34000 - Constitutional Law: Organizing the Government (W)
  •  POLSC 34100 - Constitutional Law: Civil Rights (W)
  •  POLSC 34200 - Constitutional Law: The First Amendment (W)
  •  POLSC 34300 - Criminal Law (W)
  •  POLSC 34800 - Public Administration and Public Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 35100 - Government and Politics of Russia and the Post-Soviet States (W)
  •  POLSC 35200 - State and Society in Africa (W)
  •  POLSC 35300 - Social Movements, Civil Society and the State in Latin America (W)
  •  POLSC 35600 - India's Democratic Experiment (W)
  •  POLSC 36000 - Democracy & Development in a Globalizing World (W)
  •  POLSC 37200 - Contemporary Issues in Comparative Politics
  •  POLSC 37300 - Contemporary Issues in International Politics
  •  POLSC 37400 - International Human Rights (W)
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  •  POLSC 37800 - Russian National Interest: Past and Present (W)
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  •  POLSC 37900 - War and Strategy (W)
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  •  POLSC 38100 - East Asia in World Politics (W)
  •  POLSC 38200 - Causes of War (W)
  •  POLSC 38300 - Rising Powers, China, the U.S. and World Order (W)
  •  POLSC 38400 - Comparative Foreign Policy (W)
  •  POLSC 48000 - Seminar in Selected Problems of Political Science
  •  POLSC 48600 - Senior Colloquium
  •  POLSC 49100 - Independent Study - Honors Thesis Inception
  •  POLSC 49200 - Independent Study Honors Thesis Completion
  •  POLSC 49202-49203 - Honors Independent Study in Political Science
  •  POLSC 49300 - Conducting and Presenting Political Science Research
  •  PORT 10100 - Elementary Portuguese I
  •  PORT 10200 - Elementary Portuguese II
  •  PORT 20100 - Intermediate Portuguese I
  •  PORT 20200 - Intermediate Portuguese II
  •  PSYCH 10000 - Introduction to Psychology
  •  PSYCH 14000 - Psychological Adjustment
  •  PSYCH 15000 - Human Development
  •  PSYCH 16000 - Evolution and Behavior
  •  PSYCH 17000 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
  •  PSYCH 17100 - Stress and Coping
  •  PSYCH 18000 - Brain and Behavior
  •  PSYCH 19000 - Development of Gender Roles
  •  PSYCH 19500 - Special Topics in Psychology I
  •  PSYCH 20100 - Independent Study in Psychology
  •  PSYCH 20500 - The Profession of Psychology (W)
  •  PSYCH 21000 - Child Development
  •  PSYCH 21200 - Exceptional Childhoods
  •  PSYCH 21300 - Children & Adolescents with Autism
  •  PSYCH 21400 - Adults with Developmental Disabilities
  •  PSYCH 21500 - Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology (W)
  •  PSYCH 22000 - Personality
  •  PSYCH 22100 - Psychoanalytic Theories
  •  PSYCH 22300 - Abnormal Psychology
  •  PSYCH 22400 - Neuroscience
  •  PSYCH 22500 - Ethology: Animal Behavior
  •  PSYCH 23000 - Social Psychology
  •  PSYCH 23500 - The Psychology of Women
  •  PSYCH 24000 - Applications of Psychology
  •  PSYCH 24200 - Health Psychology
  •  PSYCH 24300 - Cognitive Processes
  •  PSYCH 24500 - History of Psychology (W)
  •  PSYCH 24800 - Statistical Methods in Psychological Research
  •  PSYCH 24900 - Experimental Psychology: Social
  •  PSYCH 25000 - Experimental Psychology: General
  •  PSYCH 29500 - Special Topics in Psychology II
  •  PSYCH 30000 - Physiological Psychology
  •  PSYCH 30100 - Sensation and Perception
  •  PSYCH 30600 - Seminar in Psychological Services I
  •  PSYCH 30700 - Seminar in Psychological Services II
  •  PSYCH 30900 - Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
  •  PSYCH 31000 - Research Methods in Developmental Psychology
  •  PSYCH 31300 - Adolescence
  •  PSYCH 31500 - Adult Development
  •  PSYCH 31600 - Cognitive Neuroscience
  •  PSYCH 32000 - Neuronal Basis of Behavior (Neuroethology)
  •  PSYCH 32100 - Animal Orientation
  •  PSYCH 32200 - Psychology of Language
  •  PSYCH 32300 - Developmental Psychopathology
  •  PSYCH 32400 - Communication Behavior
  •  PSYCH 32500 - Animal Cognition
  •  PSYCH 32700 - Motivation and Emotion
  •  PSYCH 32800 - States of Consciousness
  •  PSYCH 32900 - Cognitive Science
  •  PSYCH 33000 - Memory and Attention
  •  PSYCH 33100 - Social Cognition of Gender
  •  PSYCH 33200 - Attitudes and Persuasion
  •  PSYCH 33300 - Advanced Social Psychology Theory and Methods
  •  PSYCH 33400 - Cultural Psychology
  •  PSYCH 34000 - Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  •  PSYCH 34100 - Stress, Trauma, and Resilience
  •  PSYCH 34200 - Emotion: Function and Dysfunction
  •  PSYCH 34400 - Clinical Psychology
  •  PSYCH 34800 - Statistics Practicum in Psychology
  •  PSYCH 35000 - Learning
  •  PSYCH 35500 - Ethnic and Cultural Identity Theories
  •  PSYCH 36100 - Psychological Tests
  •  PSYCH 36200 - Psychological Determinants of Health Disparities
  •  PSYCH 36300 - Health Behavior Change
  •  PSYCH 36400 - Sexuality and Health
  •  PSYCH 36500 - Coping with Chronic Disease
  •  PSYCH 36600 - Interpersonal Relationships and Health
  •  PSYCH 36700 - Biological and Social Bases of Addictive Behavior
  •  PSYCH 36900 - Behavioral Pharmacology
  •  PSYCH 37000 - Cognitive Development
  •  PSYCH 38000 - Microcomputers in Psychological Research
  •  PSYCH 38100 - Current Topics in Animal Behavior
  •  PSYCH 38200 - Current Topics in Biopsychology
  •  PSYCH 38300 - Current Topics in Cognitive Psychology
  •  PSYCH 38400 - Current Topics in Developmental Psychology
  •  PSYCH 38500 - Current Topics in Social Psychology
  •  PSYCH 38600 - Current Topics in Clinical Psychology
  •  PSYCH 38700 - Current Topics in Health Psychology
  •  PSYCH 39000 - Special Topics in Psychology III
  •  PSYCH 39500 - Independent Research in Psychology
  •  PSYCH 39600 - Honors in Psychology
  •  PSYCH 39800 - Honors in Psychology
  •  PSYCH 40000 - Special Topics in Psychology IV
  •  PUPOL 10000 - Introduction to Public Policy
  •  PUPOL 40000 - Capstone Seminar
  •  QSTAP 40080 - The Art of Effective Teaching
  •  QSTAP 40180 - Developmental Reading
  •  QSTAP 40680 - Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Elementary School
  •  QSTAP 40780 - The Arts: An Interdisciplinary Learning Experience
  •  QSTAP 41080 - Literacy Across the Content Areas
  •  QSTAP 41280 - Teaching Social Studies through Literature, the Arts, and Technology in Elementary Schools
  •  QSTAP 41480 - Teaching Science in Elementary Schools
  •  QSTAP 41580 - Student Teaching
  •  QSTB 20280 - Child Growth and Development
  •  QSTB 40380 - Social Foundations of Urban Education
  •  QSTB 41380 - Psychology of Teaching and Learning
  •  QSTP 30000 - Fieldwork I: Fieldwork for Child Development and Developmental Reading
  •  QSTP 30100 - Fieldwork II: Fieldwork for Literacy Across the Content Areas and Teaching Social Studies through Literature, the Arts, and Technology in Elementary Schools
  •  QSTP 30200 - Fieldwork III: Fieldwork for Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Elementary School and Psychology of Teaching and Learning
  •  REL 11000 - Nature of Religion (W)
  •  REL 11100 - Approaches to Religion (W)
  •  REL 20400 - Religious Experience (W)
  •  REL 20500 - Faith and Disbelief (W)
  •  REL 20600 - Ideas of God in Contemporary Western Thought (W)
  •  REL 20700 - Religious Sources for Morality (W)
  •  REL 20800 - Religion and Social Justice (W)
  •  REL 20900 - Religion and Human Rights (W)
  •  REL 21000 - Atheism (W)
  •  REL 21100 - The Sacred Sky: Astrology in World Religions (W)
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  •  REL 25300 - Abrahamic Religions (W)
  •  REL 25400 - Tribal Religions: From Australia to the Americas (W)
  •  REL 25500 - Religions of Two Gods (W)
  •  REL 25600 - Afro-Caribbean Religions (W)
  •  REL 25700 - Religions of Ancient Central and South America (W)
  •  REL 25800 - Religions of Ancient Europe (W)
  •  REL 25800 - Religions of Ancient Europe (W)
  •  REL 26000 - Special Topics: Theoretical Studies in Religion
  •  REL 26100 - Special Topics: Issues in Religion
  •  REL 26200 - Special Topics: Religious Traditions
  •  REL 27000 - Religion and Psychology (W)
  •  REL 30700 - Religious Ideas in Modern Literature (W)
  •  REL 30800 - Religion and the Arts (W)
  •  REL 30900 - The Religious Meanings of Love and Sex (W)
  •  REL 31000 - The Religious Meanings of Death (W)
  •  REL 31100 - Women and Religion (W)
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  •  REL 33400 - Mysticism (W)
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  •  REL 34000 - Homosexuality in World Religions (W)
  •  REL 36000 - Special Topics: Theoretical Studies in Religion
  •  REL 36100 - Special Topics: Issues in Religion
  •  REL 36200 - Special Topics: Religious Traditions
  •  REL 39000 - Modern Theories of Religion (W)
  •  REL 41000 - Independent Study in Religion
  •  REL 45000 - Honors Seminar in Religion
  •  REL 49000 - Honors Tutorial in Religion
  •  RUSS 10100 - Elementary Russian
  •  RUSS 10200 - Elementary Russian
  •  RUSS 10300 - Elementary Russian for Heritage Speakers (Intensive)
  •  RUSS 15500 - The Culture of Old Russia
  •  RUSS 15600 - Culture of Imperial Russia: the Age of Empresses
  •  RUSS 15700 - The Age of the Great Masters
  •  RUSS 15800 - Contemporary Russian Culture
  •  RUSS 20100 - Intermediate Russian I
  •  RUSS 20200 - Intermediate Russian II
  •  RUSS 20300 - Intermediate Russian for Heritage Speakers (Intensive)
  •  RUSS 21500 - Translating Culture: Introduction to Theory and Practice of Translation
  •  RUSS 24500 - Russian Folklore: Slavic Myths and Traditions
  •  RUSS 24600 - Special Topics in Slavic Literature and Cultures
  •  RUSS 25000 - 19th Century Russian Literature in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25100 - Tolstoy and Dostoevsky in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25200 - Modern Russian Literature in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25300 - Russian Theater in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25400 - The Silver Age of Russian Literature in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25500 - Russian Folklore, in Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 25600 - Special Topics in Slavic Literatures and Cultures in English Translation
  •  RUSS 25700 - Masterpieces of Russian Literature in English Translation
  •  RUSS 25800 - Masterpieces of Russian Literature in English Translation
  •  RUSS 25900 - Masterpieces of Russian Literature in English Translation
  •  RUSS 26000 - Russian Women Writers in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 27000 - Russian Cinema and Society (W)
  •  RUSS 27100 - East European Cinema (W)
  •  RUSS 29300 - Folklore in Translation: A Comparative Study
  •  RUSS 29400 - Folklore and Literature (W)
  •  RUSS 29500 - The Vampire in Lore and Literature (W)
  •  RUSS 29600 - Vladimir Nabokov Between Two Cultures
  •  RUSS 29700 - The Russian Urban Novel in English Translation (W)
  •  RUSS 30100 - Advanced Russian I
  •  RUSS 30200 - Advanced Russian II
  •  RUSS 31200 - Advanced Russian Conversation I
  •  RUSS 31300 - Advanced Russian Conversation II
  •  RUSS 31400 - Reading Russian I
  •  RUSS 31500 - Reading Russian II
  •  RUSS 31700 - Practical Aspects of Translation
  •  RUSS 31800 - Advanced Translation
  •  RUSS 31900 - Business Russian
  •  RUSS 32100 - Russian Short Story and Novella
  •  RUSS 32200 - Classical Russian Poetry
  •  RUSS 32300 - Modern Russian Poetry
  •  RUSS 32400 - Literature of Kievan Rus' and Early Russian Literature through the Age of Classicism
  •  RUSS 34000 - 19th Century Russian Literature
  •  RUSS 34100 - Tolstoy and Dostoevsky
  •  RUSS 34200 - Modern Russian Literature
  •  RUSS 34300 - Russian Theater
  •  RUSS 34400 - The Silver Age of Russian Literature
  •  RUSS 36000 - Russian Women Writers
  •  RUSS 37000 - Independent Study in Slavic Literatures and Cultures
  •  RUSS 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  RUSS 49100 - Honors Project
  •  RUSS 49800 - Internship in Russian and Slavic Studies
  •  SCI 11100 - Brains, Minds, and Machines
  •  SCI 20000 - Introduction to Biomedical Research
  •  SCI 30200 - Ethical Conduct in the Natural and Physical Sciences
  •  SEDC 21000 - Building the Foundations of Literacy in Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 21100 - Young Adult Literature in Our Diverse Society
  •  SEDCP 21200 - Methods I: Foundations of Literacy, Language and Learning in the Foreign/Heritage Language Classroom, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 21300 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management and Instruction in Mathematics and Science, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 21500 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management, and Instruction in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 22000 - Adolescent Health and Safety
  •  SEDCP 32100 - Teaching English Methods to a Diverse Population in Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 32200 - Methods II: Instructional Planning for Literacy, Language, and Learning in the Foreign/Heritage Language Classroom, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 32300 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners in Mathematics, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 32400 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners Science, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 32500 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 34100 - Adolescent Fieldwork
  •  SEDCP 45100 - Student Teaching in English, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45210 - Student Teaching in Chinese, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45220 - Student Teaching in French, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45230 - Student Teaching in German, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45250 - Student Teaching in Hebrew, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45260 - Student Teaching in Italian, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45270 - Student Teaching in Russian, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45280 - Student Teaching in Spanish, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45300 - Student Teaching in Mathematics, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45410 - Student Teaching in Biology, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45420 - Student Teaching in Chemistry, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45430 - Student Teaching in Physics, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45500 - Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
  •  SEDCP 45600 - Student Teaching in Dance, Grades Pre-K-12
  •  SEDF 20300 - Social Foundations of Education, Grades 7-12 (W)
  •  SEDF 20400 - Adolescent Development
  •  SEDF 20500 - Educational Psychology: Applications in Grades 7-12
  •  SEDF 20600 - Assessment of the Teaching and Learning Process in Grades 7-12
  •  SOC 10100 - Introduction to Sociology
  •  SOC 20100 - The Family
  •  SOC 20300 - Education
  •  SOC 20500 - Sociology of Religion
  •  SOC 20700 - Leisure, Recreation and Sports
  •  SOC 20900 - Arts in Modern Society
  •  SOC 21100 - Urban Sociology
  •  SOC 21300 - Political Sociology
  •  SOC 21700 - Race and Ethnicity
  •  SOC 21800 - Social Inequality
  •  SOC 21900 - American Society (W)
  •  SOC 22100 - Classical Sociological Theory
  •  SOC 22300 - Contemporary Sociological Theory (W)
  •  SOC 22500 - Seminar in Selected Problems of Sociology
  •  SOC 23500 - Community Organization and Action
  •  SOC 23700 - Social Welfare Policy
  •  SOC 23900 - Child Welfare (W)
  •  SOC 24000 - Introduction to Research Methods
  •  SOC 24100 - Social Statistics
  •  SOC 25100 - Interpersonal Behavior
  •  SOC 25300 - Deviance and Social Control
  •  SOC 25700 - Sex and Gender Roles
  •  SOC 25900 - Mass Media, Communication and Public Opinion (W)
  •  SOC 30100 - Medical Sociology
  •  SOC 30700 - Migration
  •  SOC 30900 - Social Movements and Social Change (W)
  •  SOC 31100 - Population Dynamics
  •  SOC 31300 - Consumer Behavior
  •  SOC 31400 - Culture and Consumption
  •  SOC 31500 - Work and Society (W)
  •  SOC 31700 - Class, Status, and Power
  •  SOC 31900 - Criminology
  •  SOC 32000 - Law, Society and Civil Rights
  •  SOC 32100 - Sociology of Organizations
  •  SOC 32200 - Drugs and Society
  •  SOC 32500 - Seminar in Selected Problems of Sociology
  •  SOC 32502 - Sociology of Human Rights: Violation and Protection
  •  SOC 32506 - Latin American Societies
  •  SOC 32519 - Economic Development and Social Inequality in Latin America
  •  SOC 32600 - Sociology of Punishment
  •  SOC 33000 - Children and Public Policy (W)
  •  SOC 33100 - Field Placement in Social Work Agencies
  •  SOC 33200 - Advanced Field Placement in Social Work Agencies
  •  SOC 36100 - Development and Globalization (W)
  •  SOC 36200 - Sociology of Islam (W)
  •  SOC 36400 - Globalism and Nationalism
  •  SOC 37101 - Independent Study
  •  SOC 37102 - Independent Study
  •  SOC 37103 - Independent Study
  •  SOC 37200 - Independent Study
  •  SOC 42500 - Seminar in Selected Problems of Sociology
  •  SOC 47100 - Honors/Independent Study
  •  SOC 47200 - Honors/Independent Study
  •  SOC 47300 - Honors Seminar
  •  SOC 49800 - Internship
  •  SOSCI 29700 - Special Topics in the Social Sciences
  •  SOSCI 39700 - Studies in the Social Sciences
  •  SOSCI 49800 - Internship
  •  SPAN 10100 - Elementary Spanish I
  •  SPAN 10200 - Elementary Spanish II
  •  SPAN 10251 - Elementary Spanish Conversation
  •  SPAN 10300 - Intensive Elementary Spanish
  •  SPAN 10500 - Basic Reading and Writing for Native Speakers of Spanish
  •  SPAN 10600 - Oral and Written Skills for Native Speakers of Spanish
  •  SPAN 20000 - Basic Spanish Review
  •  SPAN 20100 - Intermediate Spanish I
  •  SPAN 20200 - Intermediate Spanish II
  •  SPAN 20300 - Intensive Intermediate Spanish
  •  SPAN 20700 - Intermediate Spanish for Native Speakers
  •  SPAN 20800 - Advanced Spanish for Native Speakers
  •  SPAN 21000 - Spanish for Social Service Fields
  •  SPAN 21100 - Spanish Grammar and Composition
  •  SPAN 21200 - Spanish for Classroom Communication
  •  SPAN 22100 - Spanish for Oral Communication
  •  SPAN 24100 - Civilization of Spain, in English
  •  SPAN 26300 - Contemporary Spanish-American Literature in Translation
  •  SPAN 26400 - Contemporary Spanish Literature in Translation
  •  SPAN 26500 - Don Quixote (in English translation) (W)
  •  SPAN 26500 - Don Quixote in English Translation
  •  SPAN 26900 - Spanish American Women's Literature and Cinema (W)
  •  SPAN 27000 - Spanish Composition for Spanish Speaking Students
  •  SPAN 27500 - Readings in Modern Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 27600 - Readings in Modern Spanish- American Literature
  •  SPAN 31100 - The Structure of Modern Spanish
  •  SPAN 31200 - Advanced Spanish Writing
  •  SPAN 31300 - Spanish Stylistics
  •  SPAN 31400 - Spanish Writing Workshop I: Poetry
  •  SPAN 31500 - Spanish Writing Workshop II: Narrative
  •  SPAN 32100 - Spanish Translation
  •  SPAN 33100 - Spanish Phonetics and Diction
  •  SPAN 33500 - Spanish Civilization
  •  SPAN 33600 - Latin American Civilization
  •  SPAN 34100 - Introduction to Hispanic Literature I
  •  SPAN 34200 - Introduction to Hispanic Literature II
  •  SPAN 34300 - Spanish Literature of the Middle Ages
  •  SPAN 34500 - Spanish Drama of the Golden Age
  •  SPAN 34600 - Cervantes
  •  SPAN 34900 - Spanish Prose of the Golden Age
  •  SPAN 35000 - Spanish Poetry of the Golden Age
  •  SPAN 35300 - Spanish Neoclassicism and Romanticism
  •  SPAN 35500 - Spanish Literature from Realism to World War I
  •  SPAN 35700 - Early 20th Century Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 35800 - Post-Civil War Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 36000 - Spanish-American Literature of the Colonial Period
  •  SPAN 36200 - Spanish-American Romanticism, Realism and Naturalism
  •  SPAN 36400 - Spanish-American Modernism and Post-modernism
  •  SPAN 36500 - Survey of Spanish-American Teatro
  •  SPAN 36600 - Contemporary Latin American Poetry
  •  SPAN 36700 - Latin American Essay
  •  SPAN 36800 - Contemporary Latin American Narrative
  •  SPAN 37000 - Special Topics in Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 37100 - Special Topics in Spanish- American Literature
  •  SPAN 37300 - Problems in Criticism
  •  SPAN 37400 - Contemporary Literature and Film
  •  SPAN 37500 - Seminar in Spanish Literary History
  •  SPAN 37600 - Time, Love and Death in Spanish Poetry from the Middle Ages to the Postmodern Age
  •  SPAN 38000 - Introduction to Translation and Interpretation Studies
  •  SPAN 38100 - Translation from Spanish into English
  •  SPAN 38200 - Consecutive Interpretation Spanish-English/English-Spanish
  •  SPAN 38300 - Translation from English into Spanish
  •  SPAN 38400 - Simultaneous Interpretation Spanish-English
  •  SPAN 39000 - Translation and Interpretation for the Professions
  •  SPAN 39100 - Internship in Translation
  •  SPAN 39200 - Internship in Interpretation
  •  SPAN 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
  •  SPAN 49100 - Honors Course in Spanish: Special Studies in Contemporary Latin American Literature
  •  SPAN 49200 - Honors Course in Spanish: Special Studies in Spanish Literature
  •  SPAN 49500 - Independent Study in Hispanic Literature
  •  SPED 30800 - Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings
  •  STAT 11000 - Selected Topics in Elementary Probability and Statistics as Applied to Popular Science and Current Events
  •  STAT 11300 - Elementary Probability and Statistics
  •  STAT 21200 - Discrete Probability
  •  STAT 21300 (STEM) - Introduction to Applied Statistics
  •  STAT 21400 - Data Analysis Using Statistical Software
  •  STAT 22000 - Statistical Analysis in Forensics
  •  STAT 29500 - Intermediate Topics in Statistics
  •  STAT 31100 - Probability Theory
  •  STAT 31200 - Stochastic Processes
  •  STAT 31300 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
  •  STAT 31900 - Bayesian Statistical Inference in the Sciences
  •  STAT 35100 - Advanced Biometrics
  •  STAT 39100 - Independent Study
  •  STAT 39200 - Independent Study
  •  STAT 39300 - Independent Study
  •  STAT 39500 - Advanced Topics in Statistics
  •  STAT 48600 - Modeling and Visualization
  •  SW 20100 - Introduction to Social Work
  •  SW 31000 - Social Work Practice and Learning LAB I
  •  SW 31100 - Social Work Practice and Learning LAB II
  •  SW 32000 - Introduction to Social Welfare Policy & Services
  •  SW 33000 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment I
  •  SW 33100 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
  •  SW 34000 - Social Work Policy in Child Welfare
  •  SW 35000 - Social Work Policy II in Care Coordination
  •  SW 36000 - Introduction to Community Organizing
  •  SW 37000 - Community Organizing Internship and Field Seminar
  •  SW 41000 - Social Work Practice in Child Welfare I
  •  SW 41100 - Social Work Practice in Child Welfare II
  •  SW 42000 - Social Work Practice in Care Coordination I
  •  SW 42100 - Social Work Practice in Care Coordination II
  •  SW 43000 - Integrative Seminar I
  •  SW 43100 - Integrative Seminar II
  •  SW 44000 - Social Work Research
  •  SW 45000 - Social Work Field Instruction I
  •  SW 45100 - Social Work Field Instruction II
  •  SW 46000 - Advanced Community Organizing Theory & Practice
  •  SWA 10100 - Swahili I
  •  SWA 10200 - Swahili II
  •  SWA 20100 - Swahili III
  •  SWA 20200 - Swahili IV
  •  THEA 10100 - Introduction to Theatre
  •  THEA 15100 - Introduction to Theatre Production
  •  THEA 16100 - Acting I: Basic Acting Techniques
  •  THEA 21100 - World Theatre I (W)
  •  THEA 21200 - World Theatre II (W)
  •  THEA 21300 - World Theatre III (W)
  •  THEA 21400 - Multicultural Perspectives in Theatrical Performance (W)
  •  THEA 21500 - Black Theatre (W)
  •  THEA 24100 - Creative Dramatics
  •  THEA 24200 - Theatre for Young Audiences
  •  THEA 24300 - Theatre for Young Audiences: Laboratory
  •  THEA 24400 - Drama and Disability
  •  THEA 25100 - Theatre Production
  •  THEA 25301 - Special Topics in Theatre Performance
  •  THEA 26100 - Acting II: American Realism
  •  THEA 26200 - Acting III: World Realism
  •  THEA 26300 - Basic Voice and Movement for Performers
  •  THEA 28100 - Visual Elements of Theatre
  •  THEA 28200 - Theatrical Design Techniques
  •  THEA 28300 - Stagecraft
  •  THEA 28400 - Makeup for the Stage
  •  THEA 28500 - Design Concepts for Theatre, Film, and Television
  •  THEA 29700 - Special Topics in Theatre
  •  THEA 32100 - Play Analysis (W)
  •  THEA 32200 - Theatre Theory and Criticism (W)
  •  THEA 32300 - 20th Century Aesthetics in Theatre and Film (W)
  •  THEA 32400 - Adaptation in Theatre and Film (W)
  •  THEA 33100 - Avant-Garde Theatre of the 20th Century (W)
  •  THEA 33200 - Theatre of Realism and Naturalism
  •  THEA 33300 - Alternative Performance
  •  THEA 34100 - Creative Drama Leadership Techniques: Special Groups
  •  THEA 34200 - Creative Drama in the Community
  •  THEA 35100 - Theatre Workshop
  •  THEA 36100 - Acting: Non-realism
  •  THEA 36200 - Acting: Period Drama
  •  THEA 36300 - Advanced Voice and Movement for Performers
  •  THEA 36400 - Mime and Masks
  •  THEA 36500 - Screen Acting
  •  THEA 37100 - Directing I
  •  THEA 37200 - Directing II
  •  THEA 37600 - Playwriting I (W)
  •  THEA 37700 - Playwriting II
  •  THEA 37800 - Scriptwriting for Young Audiences: Theatre, Film, and Television
  •  THEA 38100 - Scene Design I
  •  THEA 38200 - Scene Design II
  •  THEA 38300 - Costume Design I
  •  THEA 38400 - Stage Lighting Design
  •  THEA 38500 - Production Design I for Theatre, Film, and Television
  •  THEA 38600 - Production Design II for Theatre, Film, and Television
  •  THEA 38700 - Concepts of Light in Theatre, Film, and Television
  •  THEA 38800 - Theatres and Movie Palaces: Contemporary Culture
  •  THEA 39100 - Theatre Projects
  •  THEA 39700 - Studies in Theatre
  •  THEA 40100 - Seminar
  •  THEA 40200 - Independent Research
  •  THEA 49800 - Internship
  •  THEA 49900 - Honors Project
  •  UKR 30000 - Independent Study in Ukrainian Language and Literature
  •  URBS 10100 - Urban Life: Personal and Observational View (W)
  •  URBS 10200 - Structure of Urban Region (W)
  •  URBS 20100 - Urban Plans and Policies
  •  URBS 20300 - Introduction to Arts Management
  •  URBS 31000 - Methods of Urban Research and Policy Analysis
  •  URBS 31100 - Quantitative Approaches to Urban Analysis
  •  URBS 40100 - Managing Urban Physical Environment
  •  URBS 40200 - Urban Studies Studio
  •  URBS 40300 - Selected Topics in Urban Affairs
  •  URBS 40354 - Seminar on the City
  •  URBS 40900 - Urban Studies Internship
  •  URBS 49806 - Public Service Scholar In-Service Seminar
  •  WGS 10000 - Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies
  •  WGS 12100 - Public Speaking in Gender Studies
  •  WGS 20005 - Dominican and Haitian Literature and Culture
  •  WGS 200XX - Special Topics in Women and Gender Studies
  •  WGS 20100 - Classics in Feminist Thought (W)
  •  WGS 21100 - Women in the 3rd World
  •  WGS 21600 - Women Philosophers of the Past
  •  WGS 22100 - Women in the Islamic World
  •  WGS 24400 - Transnational Feminisms
  •  WGS 25800 - Topics in Literature by Women (W)
  •  WGS 300XX - Special Topics in Women and Gender Studies
  •  WGS 31000 - Research Seminar: Feminist Theory and Methodology
  •  WGS 33600 - African-American Women Writers (W)
  •  WGS 36000 - Feminist Social Theory
  •  WGS 400XX - Special Topics in Women and Gender Studies
  •  WGSA 22252 - Topics in Genre Studies: The Woman's Film of the 1940s
  •  WGSA 25000 - Women and Music (W)
  •  WGSA 26000 - Russian Women Writers in English Translation (W)
  •  WGSA 26900 - Spanish American Women's Literature and Cinema (W)
  •  WGSA 29000 - Special Topics in Gender, Literature and the Arts
  •  WGSA 31900 - Advanced Topics in Literature by Women (W)
  •  WGSA 33700 - Caribbean Women Writers (W)
  •  WGSA 36100 - Russian Women Writers
  •  WGSA 38400 - Women and Media (W)
  •  WGSC 15600 - Culture of Imperial Russia: The Age of Empresses
  •  WGSC 29000 - Special Topics in Women and Gender Across Cultures
  •  WGSC 30100 - Gender in Anthropological Perspective
  •  WGSC 30500 - Women and Slaves in Classical Antiquity (W)
  •  WGSC 31800 - Women in Africa (W)
  •  WGSC 32900 - Women in the African Diaspora (W)
  •  WGSI 29800 - Internship
  •  WGSI 39300 - Independent Research
  •  WGSL 20017 - Globalization and Gender
  •  WGSL 29000 - Special Topics in Labor, Migration, and Globalization
  •  WGSL 30600 - Gender and Migration
  •  WGSL 31500 - Work and Society (W)
  •  WGSL 32100 - Women and Globalization
  •  WGSL 34500 - Women and Men in the Labor Market
  •  WGSP 21900 - Women and the Law
  •  WGSP 22300 - Sociology of the Family
  •  WGSP 23500 - The Psychology of Women (W)
  •  WGSP 23900 - Child Welfare (W)
  •  WGSP 25100 - Women and Health
  •  WGSP 26100 - Women and Politics (W)
  •  WGSP 26200 - Women, War and Peace (W)
  •  WGSP 29000 - Special Topics in Gender and Public Policy
  •  WGSP 32000 - Internship Seminar: Feminist Activism and Advocacy
  •  WGSP 39800 - Community Leadership Seminar
  •  WGSP 49000 - Leadership Field Work Internship
  •  WGSS 15000 - Introduction to LGBTQI Studies
  •  WGSS 17000 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
  •  WGSS 19000 - Development of Gender Roles
  •  WGSS 21900 - Women and the Law (W)
  •  WGSS 25700 - Sex and Gender Roles
  •  WGSS 26600 - Our Bodies, Our Politics
  •  WGSS 28700 - Masculinities
  •  WGSS 29000 - Special Topics in Sexualities
  •  WGSS 29300 - Bathroom Politics
  •  WGSS 35100 - Gender, Science, and Technology
  •  WGSS 38700 - Queer Theory
  •  WGST 20900 - Women and Gender in Western Political Thought (W)
  •  WGST 23000 - Feminism: Philosophical Theory and Practice (W)
  •  WGST 29000 - Special Topics in Feminist Thought and Theory
  •  WGST 30900 - Feminist Political Theory
  •  WGST 400.53 - Body Politics:Sexuality and Reproduction
  •  XXX XXXXX - Writing Precept
  •  YOR 10100 - Yoruba I
  •  YOR 10200 - Yoruba II
  •  YOR 20100 - Yoruba III
  •  YOR 20200 - Yoruba IV

This course information is from the Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019. View this catalog.