General Education Requirements

How does General Education fit into the equation for my degree?

Lower Division Requirements (A-E) + Upper Division Requirement (F) + Multicultural Requirement (G) = 51 units minimum

A. Communication Skills
B. Natural Sciences and Mathematics
C. Humanities
D. Social, Economic, and Political Institutions
E. Individual Resources for Modern Living
F. Upper Division General Education Requirements
G. Multicultural Requirement

A. Communication Skills - 9 units minimum. Choose one course from each section.

A1
(Oral Communication)

COMM 2000 Public Speaking, 3 units
COMM 2005 Honors Communication Seminar, 3 units (open only to Honors Program)
COMM 2110 Group Discussion Processes, 3 units

A2
(Written Communication)

ENGL 1001 First-Year Composition, 3 units
ENGL 1002 First-Year Composition (Computer Assisted Instruction), 4 units
ENGL 1005 Honors Composition, 3 units (open only to Honors Program)
ENGL 1007 First-Year Composition (Stretch B), 4 units

A3
(Critical Thinking)

ENGL 2000 Critical Inquiry, 3 units
PHIL 2000 Introduction to Critical Thinking, 3 units
PHIL 2005 Honors Critical Thinking, 3 units (open only to Honors Program)
PHIL 2100 Logic, 3 units
COMM 2300 Argumentation and Critical Thinking 3 units

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B. Natural Sciences and Mathematics - 9 units minimum. Choose one course from each section.

B1
(Physical Sciences Requirement)

ASTR 2100 Descriptive Astronomy, 3 units
CHEM 1000 Chemistry in the Modern World, 3 units
CHEM 1100 General Chemistry 1, 4 units (includes activity) 
and CHEM 1102 Chemistry in the Modern World lab, 1 unit
CHEM 2100 Chemistry and Biochemistry for Nurses I, 3 units
CHEM 2110 Chemistry and Biochemistry for Nurses II, 2 units (includes lab)
CHEM 2400 Science of Winemaking, 4 units (no lab credit)
CHEM 2500 Chemistry of Photography, 4 units (includes lab)
CHEM 2600 Consumer Chemistry, 4 units (includes lab)
GEOG 2010 Introduction to Physical Geography, 3 units
GEOL 2000 California Geology, 3 units
GEOL 2100 Principles of Geology, 3 units
GEOL 2200 History of Earth and Life, 3 units
GEOL 2400 Introduction to Earth Science, 3 units
GEOL 2500 Dinosaurs, 3 units
PHSC 1300 Environmental Pollution, 3 units
PHSC 2100 Atmosphere, Weather, and Climate, 3 units
PHYS 1500 Energy and Matter, 3 units
PHYS 2I00 Basic Physics I, 5 units (includes lab)
PHYS 2110 Basic Physics II, 5 units (includes lab)
PHYS 2250 General Physics I, 4 units

B2
(Biological Sciences Requirement)

BIOL 1010 Principles of Biology, 3 units
BIOL 1150 General Biology II, 4 units (includes lab)
BIOL 2310 Human Genetics, 3 units
BIOL 2650 Environmental Biology, 3 units

B3
(Mathematics)

MATH 1000 Excursions into Mathematics, 3 units
MATH 1030 Elementary Foundations of Mathematics I, 3 units
MATH 1070 College Algebra, 3 units
MATH 1080 Trigonometry, 3 units
MATH 1100 Precalculus, 4 units
MATH 1410 Calculus I, 4 units
MATH 1500 Finite Mathematics, 3 units
MATH 1600 Statistics, 4 units
MATH 1610 Statistics for Decision Making, 3 units
MATH 1910 Calculus with Applications I, 3 units

B Lab
(Science Lab)

ASTR 2112 Descriptive Astronomy lab, 1 unit
BIOL 1020 World of Biology Laboratory, 1 unit
CHEM 1102 General Chemistry I Laboratory, 1 unit
GEOL 2102 Principles of Geology Laboratory, 1 unit
GEOL 2202 History of Earth and Life Laboratory, 1 unit
PHYS 1502 Energy and Matter lab, 1unit
PHYS 2252 General Physics I lab, 1 unit

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C. Humanities - 9 units minimum. Choose one course from each section.

C1
(Arts)

ART 1000 Introduction to Studio Art, 3 units
ART 1010 Foundation Drawing, 3 units
ART 1030 Foundation Printmaking, Option A, Physical Strategies, 3 units
ART 1035 Foundation Printmaking, Option B, Planographic Print Strategies, 3 units
ART 1040 Foundation Digital Media, 3 units
ART 1100 Foundation Painting, 3 units
ART 1200 Foundation Sculpture, 3 units
ART 1340 Introduction to Ceramics, 3 units
ART 1350 Looking at Art, 3 units
ART 2515 Art History Survey-Ancient, 3 units
ART 2520 Art History Survey-Modern, 3 units
ART 2525 Art History Survey-Non-Western, 3 units (G)
ART 2526 Art History Survey – Islamic, 3 units (G)
ART 2527 Art History Survey-Asian, 3 units (G)
ART 2530 Art Appreciation, 3 units
FA 1000 Introduction to the Fine Arts, 3 units
FA 1010 Fine Arts Practicum: Introduction to Visual Art, 3 units
FA 1020 Fine Arts Practicum: Introduction to the Theatre, 3 units
FA 1030 Fine Arts Practicum: Introduction to Music-Skills, 3 units
MUS 1000 Introduction to Music, 3 units
MUS 1190 Music Fundamentals, 3 units
MUS 2000 Music of World Cultures, 3 units (G)
MUS 2400 Orchestra, 1 unit
MUS 2410 Concert Chorale, 2 units
MUS 2430 University Chamber Singers, 1 unit
MUS 2440 Wind Ensemble, 2 units
MUS 2460 Symphony Band, 1 unit
THEA 1010 Introduction to Theatre, 3 units
THEA 1110 Playgoing, 3 units
THEA 1500 Acting for Non-Theatre Majors, 3 units
THEA 1510 Dance for the Stage, 3 units
THEA 2300 Theatre Workshop I, 3 units

C2
(Literature/Philosophy)

ENGL 1010 Introduction to Literature, 3 units
ENGL 2010 Introduction to Creative Writing, 3 units
HONS 1010 Reading Seminar in the Humanities, 3 units 
(open only to Honors Program)
HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities, 3 units
PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy, 3 units
PHIL 2200 Ancient Philosophy, 3 units
PHIL 2230 Modern Philosophy, 3 units
PHIL 2300 Philosophy of Science, 3 units

C3
(Foreign Language)

One lower-division language or literature course taught in foreign language.
or
ESL 1000 Editing for Language and Dialect, 4 units
ESL 1005 Essay Skills for Language and Dialect, 4 units
ESL 2000 Essay Strategies and Vocabulary for Language and Dialect, 3 units
or
Any other class listed in C1 and C2 that you haven’t previously taken

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D. Social, Economic, and Political Institutions - 12 units minimum. Choose one course from each section.

D1a
(U.S. History)

HIST 2600 Problems in U.S. History, 3 units (for Freshmen and Sophomores only)
HIST 3610 Colonial North America, 3 units
HIST 3620 Early National United States, 3 units
HIST 3630 U.S. Reconstruction through World War II, 3 units
HIST 3640 Contemporary United States, 3 units

D1b
(U.S. Constitution/California State and Local Government)

PSCI 1201 American Government, 3 units

D2a
(Human Institutions: Structures and Processes

BUS 1500 Introduction to Business, 3 units
COMM 2011 Introduction to Communication Studies, 3 units
COMM 2200 Introduction to Mass Media, 3 units
ECON 2500 Principles of Macroeconomics, 3 units
ECON 2510 Principles of Microeconomics, 3 units
HIST 1010 World Civilizations I, 3 units (G)
HIST 1020 World Civilizations II, 3 units (G)
HONS 2990 Sophomore Seminar: Human and Social Institutions, 3 units
(open only to Honors Program)
PSCI 2000 Introduction to Political Science, 3 units
PSCI 2030 Global Politics, 3 units (G)
SOCL 1010 Introduction to Sociology, 3 units

D2b
(Society and Culture)

ANTH 2060 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 3 units (G)
ANTH 2080 Introduction to Physical Anthropology, 3 units
ANTH 2090 Introduction to Archaeology, 3 units
BUS 2090 Ethics and Social Responsibility for Businesses and Businesspeople, 
3 units
COGS 2100 Introduction to Cognitive Studies, 3 units
CJ 2250 Introduction to Criminal Justice, 3 units
ETHS 2000 Contemporary African American Studies
ETHS 2050 Searching for America: Introduction to Ethnic Studies, 3 units (G)
ETHS 2100 Contemporary Chicano Studies, 3 units
ETHS 2200 Contemporary Asian American Studies, 3 units
GEND 2020 Women's and Feminist Activism, 3 units
GEOG 2010 Introduction to Physical Geography, 3 units
GEOG 2020 Introduction to Cultural Geography, 3 units (G)
GEOG 2400 Global Cultures and Environments – Europe and Asia, 3 units (G)
GEOG 2410 Global Cultures and Environments – Latin America, Africa, and Australia, 3 units (G)
HONS 2010 Reading Seminar in the Social Sciences, 3 units
NURS 1040 Human Development Over the Life Span, 3 units
PSYC 2010 Introduction to Psychology, 3 units
SW 2010 Introduction to the Social Work Profession, 3 units
THEA 2000 The world of Fashion, 3 units

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E. Individual Resources for Modern Living - 3 units minimum. Choose one course from each section.

E1
(Individual Resources for Modern Living)

BUS 1040 Seminar in First-Year Experience, 2 units
CIS 2000 Introduction to Computer Information Systems, 3 units
CS 2000 Effective Computing, 3 units
(Students may not use both CS 2000 and CS 4000 for GE requirements.)
ENGL 1006 First-Year Composition Seminar (Stretch A), 4 units
GEND 2500 Women's Development and Lifestyle Choices, 3 units
GEOG 2200 Geographer's Toolbox, 3 units
HONS 3500 Information/Research/Analysis, 3 units (open only to Honors Program)
KINS 1000 Health in Today's Society, 3 units
MDIS 1040 Seminar in First-Year Experience, 3 units
MDIS 1200 The Stanislaus Seminar in First-Year Experience, 3 units
NURS 2040 Better Health with Self-Care, 2 units and
NURS 2042 Better Health with Self-Care Activity, 1 unit
PSYC 1000 Sexual Behavior, 3 units
PSYC 2030 Psychology of Adjustment, 3 units
SOCL 2000 Intergenerational Experiences and Life Course Developments, 3 units

E2
(Physical Education Activity)

KINS 1020 Yoga, 1 unit
KINS 1050 Jogging, 1 unit
KINS 1070 Judo, 1 unit
KINS 1100 T'ai Chi Ch'uan, 1 unit
KINS 1130 Lifetime Fitness Training, 1 unit
KINS 1230 Badminton, 1 unit
KINS 1330 Golf, 1 unit
KINS 1480 Tennis, 1 unit
KINS 1610 Swimming, 1 unit
KINS 1870 Volleyball, 1 unit
KINS 1960 Modern Jazz Dance, 1 unit
KINS 1965 Intermediate Modern Jazz Dance, 1 unit
KINS 1990 Dance Aerobics, 1 unit

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Students will not be given upper-division General Education credit for course work taken before Junior standing is attained (completion of 60 semester units). Students will not be given upper-division General Education credit for course work in their major or concentration.

F. Upper Division General Education Requirements - 9 units minimum. Choose one from each area.

F1
(Natural Sciences and Mathematics)

ASTR 3000 Contemporary Astronomy, 3 units
BIOL 3000 Frontiers in Biology, 3 units
BIOL 3020 Introduction to Evolution, 3 ?units
BIOL 4050 Ecosystem Case Studies, 3 units
BIOL 4350 DNA: The Code of Life, 3 units
BOTY 4000 Medicinal Plants and Herbs, 3 units (G)
CHEM 3070 The Chemicals in Your Life, 3 units
CHEM 3100 Environmental Chemistry, 3 units
CS 3500 Human-Centered Design, 3 units
CS 4000 Personal Computing, 3 units
GEOL 3050 Environmental Geology, 4 units
GEOL 3500 Earthquakes and Volcanoes, 3 units
GEOL 3600 Physical Oceanography, 3 units
GEOL 4810 Development and Management of Water Resources, 4 units
HONS 3100 Methods of Inquiry in the Sciences, 3 units
MATH 3030 Geometry for Teachers, 3 units
MATH 3350 Applied Mathematical Models, 3 units
NSCI 3000 Science for Self-Sufficiency, 3 units
PHSC 3500 Solar and Other Alternative Energies, 3 units
PHYS 3080 How Things Work, 3 units
PHYS 3520 Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics, 3 units
PHYS 3550 Physics for War, Physics for Peace, 3 units (One of two paired courses in the G.E. Summit Program: War and Peace)

F2
(Humanities)

ART 3605 Text and Image, 3 units
ART 3640 Digital Photography, 3 units
ART 3700 Computer Art, 3 units
ART 4500 Art, Museums, and Society, 3 units (G)
ART 4525 Italian Renaissance Art, 3 units
ART 4535 Baroque Art, 3 units
ART 4545 Modern Art 1870–1945, 3 units
ART 4548 Global Modernisms, 3 units (G)
ART 4555 American Art, 3 units
ART 4562 Islamic Art, 3 units (G)
ENGL 3011 Introduction to Rhetoric: A Semester at the Institution, 4 units
ENGL 3550 Years of War, Days of Peace: Post-1945 Literature and Film, 3 units (G)(One of two paired courses in the G.E. Summit Program: War and Peace)
ENGL 3920 Survey of World Literature, 3 units
ENGL 3940 Multicultural American Literature, 3 units (G)
ENGL 3945 Multicultural California Literature, 3 units (G)
ENGL 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature, 3 units (G)
ETHS 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children's Literature and Culture, 3 units (G)
FREN 3930 French Literature in Translation, 3 units
GEND 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children's Literature and Culture, 3 units (G)
GEND 4304 Women’s Spirituality, 3 units (G)
GEND 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature, 3 units (G)
HONS 3000 Intellectual Methods in the Humanities, 3 units
HUM 3000 Exploration in Humanities, 3 units
MUS 3400 American Music, 3 units
MUS 3410 History of Jazz, 3 units
PHIL 3010 Advanced Introduction to Philosophy, 3 units
PHIL 3050 Existentialism, 3 units
PHIL 4000 Philosophy Through Literature, 3 units
PHIL 4401 Professional Ethics, 3 units
PHIL 4430 Bioethics, 3 units
PHIL 4440 Business Ethics, 3 units
PHIL 4450 Eastern Philosophy: Concepts, Methods, and Context, 3 units (G)
PORT 3930 Portuguese and Brazilian Literatures in Translation, 3 units
SPAN 3930 Spanish/Latin American Literature in Translation, 3 units
SPAN 3970 Contemporary Latin American Prose in Translation, 3 units
THEA 3020 Children’s Theatre, 3 units
THEA 4540 History of American Musical Theatre, 3 units (G)
THEA 4550 American Theatre, 3 units (G)

F3
(Social, Economic, and Political Institutions and Human Behavior)

ACC 3005 Personal Financial Planning, 3 units (Not for Business majors)
AGST 3000 Agriculture, Society, and the Natural World, 3 units
ANTH 3000 Anthropology and Global Issues, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3010 The Great Discoveries, 3 units
ANTH 3030 The World on a Plate: Humans and Food, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3060 Peoples and Cultures of the Amazon, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3070 Peoples and Cultures of Africa, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3080 Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3090 Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3105 Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3106 Peoples and Cultures of Asia, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3560 On the Inka Road: Survey of Andean Prehistory, 3 units (G)
ANTH 3800 Language and Culture, 3 units (G)
BUS 3000 Introduction to Global Business, 3 units (Not for Business majors)
CDEV 3040 Child Development in Cultural Context, 3 units (G)
CDEV 3140 Human Development I: Childhood, 3 units
CDEV 3240 Human Development II: Adolescence, 3 units
CDEV 3340 Human Development III: Adulthood and Aging, 3 units
COGS 3100 Communication Networks, 3 units
COGS 4100 Philosophical Aspects of Cognitive Science, 3 units
COMM 3100 Advanced Interpersonal Communication, 3 units
COMM 3550 Media and Public Perception, 3 units (G)
COMM 4220 Technology and Communication, 3 units
ECON 3100 Economic History of the United States, 3 units
ECON 4500 Economics of Investment, 4 sunits
ETHS 3100 Asian American Images in the Arts and Media, 3 units (G)
ETHS 3250 African American Images in the Arts and Media, 3 units (G)
ETHS 3300 Hmong Cultural Experiences in the United States, 3 units (G)
ETHS 3800 Language and Culture, 3 units (G)
ETHS 4200 The Minority Experience, 3 units (G)
FIN 3210 Investment Management, 3 units (Not for Business majors)
GEND 3550 Society and Gender, 3 units
GEND 4100 Gender and Education, 3 units (G)
GEND 4110 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Issues in Education, 3 units (G)
GEND 4750 Comparative World Women, 3 units (G)
GEOG 3010 Cultural Geography, 3 units (G)
GEOG 3020 Human Ecology, 3 units
GEOG 3340 California Cultures and Environments, 3 units
GEOG 3510 Geography of North America, 3 units (G)
GEOG 3520 Geography of Mexico and Central America, 3?units (G)
GEOG 3530 Africa, South of the Sahara, 3 units (G)
GEOG 3550 Geography of Europe, 3 units (G)
HIST 3090 Contemporary World History, 3 units (G)
HIST 3400 The Great Teachings, 3 units (G)
HIST 4440 Western Science and Society Since Copernicus, 3 units
HIST 4730 Disease and World Societies, 3 units (G)
HIST 4750 Comparative World Women: Perceptions of Gender, 3 units (G)
HONS 3050 Methods of Discovery, 3 units (G)
JOUR 3030 Freedom of Speech and Press: Contemporary Issues, 3 units
JOUR 3040 History of Journalism, 3 units
KINS 3500 Drugs in the Athletic Environment, 3 units
KINS 4330 Family Health, 3 units (G)
NURS 3040 Women's Health, 3?units
PSCI 3055 Marx on the Human Condition, 3 units
PSCI 3225 Civil Liberties, 4 units
PSCI 4050 Political Ideologies, 4 units
PSCI 4318 Environmental Policy and Politics 4 units
PSYC 3140 Human Development I: Childhood, 3 units
PSYC 3240 Human Development II: Adolescence, 3 units
PSYC 3340 Human Development III: Adulthood and Aging, 3 units
PSYC 4250 Drugs and Behavior, 3 units
SOCL 3150 The Family, 3 units
SOCL 3820 Food and Culture in a Global Society, 3 units (G)
SOCL 4520 Personality and Society, 3 units

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The Multicultural Requirement can be fulfilled by cross-counting another Lower or Upper Division area. Requirements are indicated below and are cross-referenced above with italics and a "(G)"

G. Multicultural Requirement - 3 units minimum.

G

ANTH 2060 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 3 units (D2)
ANTH 3000 Anthropology and Global Social Issues, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3030 The World on a Plate: Humans and Food, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3060 Peoples and Cultures of the Amazon, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3070 Peoples and Cultures of Africa, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3080 Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3090 Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3105 Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3106 Peoples and Cultures of Asia, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3560 On the Inka Road: Survey of Andean Prehistory, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3800 Language and Culture, 3 units (F3)
ANTH 3900 Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality (WP), 3 units
ANTH 4165 The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective, 3 units
ANTH 4211 The World in Change, 3 units
ART 2525 Art History Survey–Non-Western, 3 units (C1)
ART 2526 Art History Survey – Islamic, 3 units (C1)
ART 2527 Art History Survey-Asian, 3 units (C1)
ART 4500 Art, Museums, and Society, 3 units (F2)
ART 4548 Global Modernism, 3 units (F2)
ART 4562 Islamic Art, 3 units (F2)
BOTY 4000 Medicinal Plants and Herbs, 3 units (F1)
CDEV 3040 Child Development in Cultural Context 3 units (F3)
COGS 4350 The Information of Meaning, 3 units
COMM 3550 News from the Front: Media and Public Perception, 3 units (F3)
COMM 4160 Intercultural Communication, 3 units
CJ 3315 Hate Crimes, 3 units
ENGL 3550 Years of War, Days of Peace: Post-1945 Literature and Film, 3 units (G)
ENGL 3940 Multicultural American Literature, 3 units (F2)
ENGL 3945 Multicultural California Literature, 3 units (F2)
ENGL 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature, 3 units (F2)
ETHS 2050 Searching for America: Introduction to Ethnic Studies, 3 units (D2)
ETHS 3100 Asian American Images in the Arts and Media, 3 units (F3)
ETHS 3250 African American Images in the Arts and Media, 3 units (F3)
ETHS 3300 Hmong Cultural Experiences in the United States, 3 units (F3)
ETHS 3800 Language and Culture, 3 units (F3)
ETHS 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children's Literature and Culture, 3 units (F2)
ETHS 4200 The Minority Experience, 3 units (F3)
ETHS 4350 Multiculturalism: From Bias to Reality, 3?units
GEND 3320 The Sociology of Men and Society, 3 units
GEND 3444 Gender and Sexuality in the Middle East, 4 units
GEND 3700 Ethnic and Gender Politics, 4 units
GEND 3900 Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality (WP), 3 units
GEND 4100 Gender and Education, 3 units (F3)
GEND 4110 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Issues in Education, 3 units (F3)
GEND 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children's Literature and Culture, 3 units (F2)
GEND 4304 Women’s Spirituality, 3 units (F2)
GEND 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature, 3 units (F2)
GEND 4600 Philosophy and Feminism, 3 units
GEND 4750 Comparative World Women, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 2020 Introduction to Cultural Geography, 3 units (D2)
GEOG 2400 Global Cultures and Environments – Europe and Asia, 3 units (D2)
GEOG 2410 Global Cultures and Environments – Latin America, Africa, and Australia, 3 units (D2)
GEOG 3010 Cultural Geography, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 3330 Ethnic Geography, 3 units
GEOG 3510 Geography of North America, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 3520 Geography of Mexico and Central America, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 3530 Africa, South of the Sahara, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 3550 Geography of Europe, 3 units (F3)
GEOG 3580 Cultural Ecology of Southeast Asian Peoples, 4 units
GEOG 4050 Restorative Human Ecology, 3 units
HIST 1010 World Civilizations I, 3 units (D2)
HIST 1020 World Civilizations II, 3 units (D2)
HIST 3090 Contemporary World History, 3 units (F3)
HIST 3400 The Great Teachings, 3 units (F3)
HIST 4730 Disease and World Societies, 3 units (F3)
HIST 4750 Comparative World Women: Perceptions of Gender, 3 units (F3)
HONS 3050 Methods of Discovery, 3 units (F3)
KINS 4330 Family Health, 3 units (F3)
MDIS 3400 Latin-American Cultures, 3 units
MUS 2000 Music of World Cultures, 3 units (C1)
PHIL 4450 Eastern Philosophy: Concepts, Methods and Context, 3 units (F2)
PHIL 4600 Philosophy and Feminism, 3 units
PSCI 2030 Global Politics, 3 units (D2)
PSCI 3444 Gender and Sexuality in the Middle East, 4 units
PSCI 3700 Ethnic and Gender Politics, 4 units
PSCI 3810 Multicultural Community Building and Conflict Resolution, 3 units
SOCL 3250 Social Issues in Cross-Cultural Perspective, 3 units
SOCL 3320 The Sociology of Men and Society, 3 units
SOCL 3820 Food and Culture in a Global Society, 3 units (F3)
SOCL 4010 Race and Ethnic Relations, 3 units
THEA 4540 History of American Musical Theatre, 3 units (F2)
THEA 4550 American Theatre, 3 units (F2)

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