Baccalaureate Core Courses

The Baccalaureate Core (Bacc Core) Curriculum represents what the OSU faculty believes is the foundation for students' further understanding of the modern world. Informed by natural and social sciences, arts, and humanities, the Bacc Core requires students to think critically and creatively, and to synthesize ideas and information when evaluating major societal issues. Importantly, the Bacc Core promotes understanding of interrelationships among disciplines in order to increase students' capacities as ethical citizens of an ever-changing world.

No single course may be used by a student to satisfy more than one subject area of the Core even though some courses have been approved in more than one area. See AR 25 (a) (5).

Skill Courses (15)

To support students’ success in all courses, the following first-year Skills courses are to be taken and completed satisfactorily within the first 45 hours of OSU-generated credits:

Writing I3
*ENGLISH COMPOSITION (must earn at least C-)
Mathematics (approved list below)3
Speech (approved list below)3

To prepare for the upper-division Writing Intensive Course in the major, the following Skills course is to be taken and completed satisfactorily within the first 90 hours of OSU-generated credits:

Writing II (approved list below)3

For transfer students with sophomore standing or above, Writing II and Speech must be completed within the first 45 hours of OSU-generated credits. These requirements apply to all students, whether full time or part time.

Fitness (3)

Select HHS 231, plus a 1-credit course listed below or any PAC course:
HHS 231*LIFETIME FITNESS FOR HEALTH2
HHS 231H*LIFETIME FITNESS FOR HEALTH2
HHS 241*LIFETIME FITNESS1
MS 130*MILITARY PHYSICAL CONDITIONING1

Mathematics (3)

MTH 105*INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS3
MTH 111*COLLEGE ALGEBRA4
MTH 112*ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS4
MTH 211*FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS4
MTH 227*CALCULUS AND PROBABILITY FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES I4
MTH 241*CALCULUS FOR MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCE4
MTH 245*MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES4
MTH 251*DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS4
MTH 251H*DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS4

Speech (3)

COMM 111*PUBLIC SPEAKING3
COMM 111H*PUBLIC SPEAKING3
COMM 114*ARGUMENT AND CRITICAL DISCOURSE3
COMM 114H*ARGUMENT AND CRITICAL DISCOURSE3
COMM 211*COMMUNICATING ONLINE3
COMM 218*INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION3

Writing I (3)

WR 121*ENGLISH COMPOSITION3
WR 121H*ENGLISH COMPOSITION3

Writing II (3)

HC 199*HONORS WRITING3
PHL 121*REASONING AND WRITING3
WR 201*WRITING FOR MEDIA3
WR 214*WRITING IN BUSINESS3
WR 222*ENGLISH COMPOSITION3
WR 224*INTRODUCTION TO FICTION WRITING3
WR 228*WRITING ABROAD3
WR 230*ESSENTIALS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR3
WR 240*INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION WRITING3
WR 241*INTRODUCTION TO POETRY WRITING3
WR 301*PUBLISHING AND EDITING3
WR 303*WRITING FOR THE WEB3
WR 323*ENGLISH COMPOSITION3
WR 324*SHORT STORY WRITING4
WR 327*TECHNICAL WRITING3
WR 327H*TECHNICAL WRITING3
WR 330*UNDERSTANDING GRAMMAR3
WR 341*POETRY WRITING4
WR 362*SCIENCE WRITING3
WR 362H*SCIENCE WRITING3

Perspective Courses (24)

No more than two courses (or lecture/lab combinations) from any one department may be used by a student to satisfy the Perspectives category of the core. GEO courses listed under Physical Science are considered to be from a different department than GEO courses listed under any other Perspective category. Choose one Biological Science lecture/lab combination, one Cultural Diversity, one Literature and the Arts, one Physical Science lecture/lab combination, one Social Processes and Institutions, one Western Culture, plus one additional lecture/lab combination from either Physical Science or Biological Science.

Biological Science (Lecture/Lab) (4 or 8)

Select 1 or 2 lecture/lab combinations. Combination is assumed (uses the same number) unless indicated in the title.
ANS 121*INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL SCIENCES4
ANS 121H*INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL SCIENCES4
ANTH 284*PRIMATE ADAPTATION AND EVOLUTION4
BHS 255*ALLIED HEALTH MICROBIOLOGY4
BI 101*ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY: ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION, GLOBAL CHANGE4
BI 102*ANIMAL BIOLOGY: GENES, BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE4
BI 103*HUMAN BIOLOGY: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND DISEASE4
BI 204*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I4
BI 205*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II4
BI 206*INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY III4
BI 211*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BI 211H*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BI 212*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BI 212H*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BI 213*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BI 213H*PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY4
BOT 101*BOTANY: A HUMAN CONCERN4
BOT 220*INTRODUCTION TO PLANT BIOLOGY4
CSS 205*SOIL SCIENCE4
FES 240*FOREST BIOLOGY4
FES 240H*FOREST BIOLOGY4
FOR 206*FOREST SOILS LABORATORY FOR SOIL 2051
MB 230*INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY4
MB 230H*INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY4
MB 255*ALLIED HEALTH MICROBIOLOGY4
RNG 121*INTRODUCTION TO WILDLAND ECOLOGY4
SOIL 206*SOIL SCIENCE LABORATORY FOR SOIL 2051
SUS 102*INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY4

Biological Science Lecture (3)

Lectures in this section match with labs from above section. Both the lecture and the corresponding lab must be passed to meet the Biological Science requirement.

SOIL 205SOIL SCIENCE3

Cultural Diversity (3)

AG 311*NATIVE AMERICAN AGRICULTURE3
ANTH 209*CULTURAL DIVERSITY STUDY ABROAD3
ANTH 210*COMPARATIVE CULTURES3
ANTH 311*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-NORTH AMERICA3
ANTH 311H*PEOPLES WORLD-NORTH AMERICA3
ANTH 313*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-LATIN AMERICA3
ANTH 313H*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-LATIN AMERICA3
ANTH 314*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-MIDDLE EAST3
ANTH 314H*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-MIDDLE EAST3
ANTH 315*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-AFRICA3
ANTH 315H*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-AFRICA3
ANTH 316*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA3
ANTH 317*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-PACIFIC3
ANTH 318*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-CHINA3
ANTH 318H*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-CHINA3
ANTH 319*PEOPLES OF THE WORLD-JAPAN AND KOREA3
ANTH 447*ARCTIC PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL PROBLEMS4
ANTH 447H*ARCTIC PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL PROBLEMS4
ART 208*INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN ART3
ART 310*EARLY CHINESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY3
ART 311*LATE CHINESE ART AND CULTURE3
ART 312*CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART3
ART 313*ART OF JAPAN3
ENG 210*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: ASIA4
ENG 211*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: AFRICA4
ENG 211H*LITS OF THE WORLD: AFRICA4
ENG 212*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MESO/SOUTH AMERICA, CARIBBEAN4
ENG 213*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MIDDLE EAST4
ENG 213H*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MIDDLE EAST4
ENG 360*NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ES 101*INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC STUDIES3
ES 211INTRODUCTION TO LATINO/A STUDIES4
ES 231*INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES4
ES 241*INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES4
ES 241H*INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES4
ES 243*NATIVE AMERICAN ASSIMILATION AND ACTIVISM4
GEOG 105*GEOGRAPHY OF THE NON-WESTERN WORLD3
GEOG 311*GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA3
GEOG 313*GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA3
GEOG 314*GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA3
HST 104*WORLD HISTORY I: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS3
HST 105*WORLD HISTORY II: MIDDLE AND EARLY MODERN AGES3
HST 105H*WORLD HISTORY II: MIDDLE AND EARLY MODERN AGES3
HST 106*WORLD HISTORY III: THE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD3
HST 106H*WORLD HISTORY III: THE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD3
HST 215*INTRODUCTION TO JEWISH TRADITIONS4
HST 320*ANCIENT NEAR EAST4
HST 324*ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY4
HST 324H*ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY4
HST 348*INDIGENOUS HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA4
HST 350*MODERN LATIN AMERICA4
HST 350H*MODERN LATIN AMERICA4
HST 351*MODERN LATIN AMERICA4
HST 352*AFRICANS IN LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY4
HST 353*SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS4
HST 381*HISTORY OF AFRICA4
HST 382*HISTORY OF AFRICA4
HST 382H*HISTORY OF AFRICA4
HST 387*ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION4
HST 388*ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION4
HST 391*TRADITIONAL CHINA AND JAPAN4
HST 392*MODERN CHINA AND JAPAN4
HST 396*GENDER, FAMILY AND POLITICS IN TRADITIONAL CHINA4
HST 397*GENDER, FAMILY AND POLITICS IN MODERN CHINA4
HST 485*POLITICS AND RELIGION IN THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST4
LING 209*CULTURAL DIVERSITY STUDY ABROAD3
MUS 108*MUSIC CULTURES OF THE WORLD3
MUS 108H*MUSIC CULTURES OF THE WORLD3
NUTR 216*FOOD IN NON-WESTERN CULTURE3
PHL 160*QUESTS FOR MEANING: WORLD RELIGIONS4
PHL 160H*QUESTS FOR MEANING: WORLD RELIGIONS4
PHL 213*INTRODUCTION TO HINDU TRADITIONS4
PHL 214*INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC TRADITIONS4
PHL 312*ASIAN THOUGHT4
PHL 315*GANDHI AND NONVIOLENCE4
PHL 371*PHILOSOPHIES OF CHINA4
PHL 371H*PHILOSOPHIES OF CHINA4
PS 343*RUSSIAN POLITICS4
PS 344*LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS4
PS 346*MIDDLE EAST POLITICS4
PS 348*CHINESE POLITICS4
PS 350*JAPANESE POLITICS4
QS 462*QUEER THEORIES4
REL 160*QUESTS FOR MEANING: WORLD RELIGIONS4
REL 160H*QUESTS FOR MEANING: WORLD RELIGIONS0-4
REL 213*INTRODUCTION TO HINDU TRADITIONS4
REL 214*INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC TRADITIONS4
REL 215*INTRODUCTION TO JEWISH TRADITIONS4
REL 312*ASIAN THOUGHT4
REL 315*GANDHI AND NONVIOLENCE4
REL 324*ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY4
REL 324H*ANCIENT JEWISH HISTORY4
REL 350*MODERN LATIN AMERICA4
REL 352*AFRICANS IN LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY4
REL 353*SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS4
REL 371*PHILOSOPHIES OF CHINA4
REL 387*ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION4
REL 388*ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION4
REL 485*POLITICS AND RELIGION IN THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST4
SPAN 237*U.S. LATINO/A IDENTITIES AND CULTURES3
WGSS 235*WOMEN IN WORLD CINEMA3
WGSS 235H*WOMEN IN WORLD CINEMA3
WGSS 280*WOMEN WORLDWIDE3
WGSS 280H*WOMEN WORLDWIDE3
WGSS 480*GENDER AND TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISMS3
WGSS 480H*GENDER AND TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISMS3
WLC 232*INTRODUCTION TO JEWISH CULTURE3
WLC 233*RUSSIAN CULTURE I3
WLC 234*RUSSIAN CULTURE II3
WLC 235*RUSSIAN CULTURE III3
WLC 320*FRANCOPHONE CULTURES IN FILM3-9
WLC 320H*FRANCOPHONE CULTURES IN FILM3-9
WLC 331*CHINESE CULTURE I3
WLC 332*CHINESE CULTURE II3
WLC 333*CHINESE CULTURE III3
WLC 335*JAPANESE CULTURE I3
WLC 336*JAPANESE CULTURE II3
WLC 337*JAPANESE CULTURE III3

Literature and the Arts (3)

ART 101*INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS3
ART 204*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: PREHISTORY TO THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES3
ART 205*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: GOTHIC TO BAROQUE3
ART 206*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: NEOCLASSICISM TO CONTEMPORARY3
ART 208*INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN ART3
ART 210*HISTORY OF WESTERN ARCHITECTURE3
ART 264*PHOTOGRAPHY: HISTORY, TECHNOLOGY, CULTURE AND ART3
ART 310*EARLY CHINESE ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY3
ART 311*LATE CHINESE ART AND CULTURE3
ART 312*CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART3
ART 313*ART OF JAPAN3
ART 320*ANCIENT GREEK ART3
ART 321*ANCIENT ROMAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
ART 322*MEDIEVAL ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
ART 323*ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
ART 352*CREATIVE COLLABORATION: DESIGNING AND BUILDING3
ART 364*NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART3
ART 365*HISTORY OF MODERN ART 1900-19453
ENG 104*INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FICTION3
ENG 104H*INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FICTION3
ENG 105*INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: DRAMA3
ENG 106*INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY3
ENG 106H*INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY3
ENG 107*INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE NONFICTION3
ENG 201*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 201H*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 202*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 202H*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 204*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS TO 16604
ENG 204H*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS TO 16604
ENG 205*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: RESTORATION TO ROMANTIC ERA4
ENG 205H* SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: RESTORATION TO ROMANTIC ERA4
ENG 206*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: VICTORIAN ERA TO 20TH CENTURY4
ENG 207*LITERATURE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION: CLASSICAL-RENAISSANCE4
ENG 208*LITERATURE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 18TH CENTURY TO PRESENT4
ENG 210*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: ASIA4
ENG 211*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: AFRICA4
ENG 211H*LITS OF THE WORLD: AFRICA4
ENG 212*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MESO/SOUTH AMERICA, CARIBBEAN4
ENG 213*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MIDDLE EAST4
ENG 213H*LITERATURES OF THE WORLD: MIDDLE EAST4
ENG 214*LITERATURE OF THE WORLD: EUROPE4
ENG 215*CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY4
ENG 221*AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ENG 221H*AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ENG 253*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: COLONIAL TO 19004
ENG 254*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1900 TO PRESENT4
ENG 254H*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1900 TO PRESENT4
ENG 260*LITERATURE OF AMERICAN MINORITIES4
ENG 260H*LITERATURE OF AMERICAN MINORITIES4
ENG 275*THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE4
ENG 275H*THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE4
ENG 295*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
ENG 295H*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
ENG 317*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: BEGINNINGS TO CHOPIN4
ENG 318*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: MODERNIST PERIOD4
ENG 319*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: POST-WORLD WAR II4
ENG 320*STUDIES IN PAGE, STAGE, AND SCREEN4
ENG 321*STUDIES IN WORD, OBJECT, AND IMAGE4
ENG 322*STUDIES IN GLOBALISM, TEXT, AND EVENT4
ENG 330*THE HOLOCAUST IN LITERATURE AND FILM4
ENG 362*AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS4
ENG 374*MODERN SHORT STORY4
ENG 374H*MODERN SHORT STORY4
ENGR 352*CREATIVE COLLABORATION: DESIGNING AND BUILDING3
ES 334*ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LITERATURE4
FILM 110*INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES: 1895-19453
FILM 125*INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES: 1945-PRESENT3
FILM 245*THE NEW AMERICAN CINEMA4
FILM 245H*THE NEW AMERICAN CINEMA4
FILM 255*WORLD CINEMA PART I: ORIGINS TO 19684
FILM 256*WORLD CINEMA PART II: 1968-PRESENT4
FILM 265*FILMS FOR THE FUTURE4
FILM 310*FILM THEORY AND CRITICISM4
MUS 101*MUSIC APPRECIATION I: SURVEY3
MUS 101H*MUSIC APPRECIATION I: SURVEY3
MUS 102*MUSIC APPRECIATION II: PERIODS AND GENRES3
MUS 102H*MUSIC APPRECIATION II: PERIODS AND GENRES3
MUS 103*MUSIC APPRECIATION III: GREAT COMPOSERS3
MUS 309*WOMEN IN WESTERN MUSIC3
PHL 295*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
PHL 295H*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
SPAN 236*CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE3
TA 147*INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE3
TA 147H*INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE3
TA 330*HISTORY OF THE THEATRE3
TA 331*HISTORY OF THE THEATRE3
TA 332*^HISTORY OF THE THEATRE3
WGSS 295*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
WGSS 295H*FEMINISM AND THE BIBLE3
WLC 221*MASTERPIECES OF GERMAN CINEMA3
WLC 221H*MASTERPIECES OF GERMAN CINEMA3
WLC 222*WOMEN IN ITALIAN CINEMA3
WLC 234*RUSSIAN CULTURE II3
WLC 261*MASTERPIECES GERMAN CINEMA3
WLC 261H*MASTERPIECES GERMAN CINEMA3
WLC 321*MODERN SPAIN THROUGH SPANISH CINEMA3

Physical Science (Lecture/Lab or Lab) (4 or 8)

Select 1 or 2 lecture/lab combinations. Combination is assumed (uses the same number) unless indicated in the title. Courses listed as lab must also have the corresponding Physical Science Lecture from below.
ATS 201*CLIMATE SCIENCE4
CH 110*ROYGBIV: THE CHEMISTRY OF COLORS4
CH 122*GENERAL CHEMISTRY5
CH 123*GENERAL CHEMISTRY5
CH 261*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 2311
CH 261H*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 231H1
CH 262*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 2321
CH 262H*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 232H1
CH 263*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 2331
CH 263H*LABORATORY FOR CHEMISTRY 233H1
CH 271*LABORATORY FOR CH 231 FOR CHEMISTRY MAJORS1
CH 272*LABORATORY FOR CH 232 FOR CHEMISTRY MAJORS1
CH 273*LABORATORY FOR CH 233 FOR CHEMISTRY MAJORS1
CSS 205*SOIL SCIENCE4
FOR 206*FOREST SOILS LABORATORY FOR SOIL 2051
GEO 100*NATURAL DISASTERS: HOLLYWOOD VERSUS REALITY4
GEO 101*THE SOLID EARTH4
GEO 201*PHYSICAL GEOLOGY4
GEO 202*EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE4
GEO 203*EVOLUTION OF PLANET EARTH4
GEO 221*ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY4
GEOG 102*PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
GEOG 201*FOUNDATIONS OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE AND GIS4
OC 103*EXPLORING THE DEEP: GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD'S OCEANS4
OC 201*OCEANOGRAPHY4
PH 104*DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY4
PH 104H*DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY4
PH 106*PERSPECTIVES IN PHYSICS4
PH 111*INQUIRING INTO PHYSICAL PHENOMENA4
PH 201*GENERAL PHYSICS5
PH 202*GENERAL PHYSICS5
PH 203*GENERAL PHYSICS5
PH 205*SOLAR SYSTEM ASTRONOMY4
PH 206*STARS AND STELLAR EVOLUTION4
PH 207*GALAXIES, QUASARS, AND COSMOLOGY4
PH 211*GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS4
PH 212*GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS4
PH 213*GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS4
SOIL 206*SOIL SCIENCE LABORATORY FOR SOIL 2051
SUS 103*INTRODUCTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE4
WSE 210*RENEWABLE MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY AND UTILIZATION4

Physical Science Lecture (4)

Lectures in this section match with labs from above section. Both the lecture and the corresponding lab must be passed to meet the Physical Science requirement.

CH 231GENERAL CHEMISTRY4
CH 231HGENERAL CHEMISTRY4
CH 232GENERAL CHEMISTRY4
CH 232HGENERAL CHEMISTRY4
CH 233GENERAL CHEMISTRY4
CH 233HGENERAL CHEMISTRY4
SOIL 205SOIL SCIENCE3

Social Processes and Institutions (3)

AEC 243*GLOBAL POVERTY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT3
AEC 250*INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
AEC 250H*INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
AEC 251*INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD ECONOMICS3
AG 351*COMMUNICATING AGRICULTURE TO THE PUBLIC3
ANTH 101*INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY3
ANTH 110*INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY3
ECON 201*INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS4
ECON 202*INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS4
ES 377*HEALTH AND SOCIAL JUSTICE4
GEOG 103*HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 240*CLIMATE CHANGE, WATER AND SOCIETY3
GEOG 250*LAND USE PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES3
GEOG 251*GEOGRAPHY OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT3
H 210*INTRODUCTION TO THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM3
H 225*SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL HEALTH DETERMINANTS4
H 333*GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH3
HDFS 201*CONTEMPORARY FAMILIES IN THE U.S.3
HDFS 240*HUMAN SEXUALITY3
HORT 217*SOCIAL IMPACTS OF SCIENCE3
HST 101*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 102*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 103*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 431*A HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD4
KIN 312*SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY3
NMC 100*NEW MEDIA AND CULTURE3
PHL 209*SELF AND SOCIETY4
PHL 309*SELF AND SOCIETY4
PS 201*INTRODUCTION TO UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS4
PS 204*INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS4
PS 205*INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS4
PS 315*THE POLITICS OF MEDIA4
PS 331*STATE AND LOCAL POLITICS4
PS 366*FROM ATLANTIS TO UTOPIA: THE POLITICS OF THE IDEAL STATE4
PS 374*SUSTAINABLE LIVING: PRACTICES AND POLICIES4
PSY 201*GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY3
PSY 202*GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY3
QS 321*QUEER POP CULTURE3
QS 362*SERVING LGBTQ+ COMMUNITIES3
SOC 204*INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY3
SOC 205*INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIAL CHANGE3
WGSS 111*FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON CURRENT EVENTS3
WGSS 223*INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES3
WGSS 223H*INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES3
WGSS 224*WOMEN: PERSONAL AND SOCIAL CHANGE3
WGSS 240*GENDER AND SPORT3
WGSS 240H*GENDER AND SPORT3
WGSS 270*RESISTING GENDER VIOLENCE3
WGSS 321*QUEER POP CULTURE3
WGSS 324*FEMINIST ACTIVISMS3
WGSS 362*SERVING LGBTQ+ COMMUNITIES3
WLC 301*INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LANGUAGE AND CULTURE STUDIES4
WLC 338*DEAF CULTURE4
WSE 266*INDUSTRIAL HEMP3

Western Culture (3)

AEC 240*RURAL ECONOMICS OF PLACE AND PEOPLE3
AEC 253*ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, POLICY, AND ECONOMICS4
ANTH 208*WESTERN CULTURE STUDY ABROAD3
ANTH 261*FOOD IN AMERICAN CULTURE3
ANTH 312*PEOPLES WORLD-EUROPE3
ANTH 312H*PEOPLES WORLD-EUROPE3
ART 204*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: PREHISTORY TO THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES3
ART 205*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: GOTHIC TO BAROQUE3
ART 206*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: NEOCLASSICISM TO CONTEMPORARY3
ART 210*HISTORY OF WESTERN ARCHITECTURE3
ART 321*ANCIENT ROMAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
ART 322*MEDIEVAL ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
ART 323*ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART AND ARCHITECTURE3
CROP 340*PENS AND PLOWS: WRITINGS OF WORKING THE LAND3
ENG 201*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 201H*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 202*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 202H*SHAKESPEARE4
ENG 204*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS TO 16604
ENG 204H*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS TO 16604
ENG 205*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: RESTORATION TO ROMANTIC ERA4
ENG 205H* SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: RESTORATION TO ROMANTIC ERA4
ENG 206*SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE: VICTORIAN ERA TO 20TH CENTURY4
ENG 207*LITERATURE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION: CLASSICAL-RENAISSANCE4
ENG 208*LITERATURE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 18TH CENTURY TO PRESENT4
ENG 214*LITERATURE OF THE WORLD: EUROPE4
ENG 215*CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY4
ENG 253*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: COLONIAL TO 19004
ENG 254*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1900 TO PRESENT4
ENG 254H*SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1900 TO PRESENT4
ENG 275*THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE4
ENG 275H*THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE4
ENG 317*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: BEGINNINGS TO CHOPIN4
ENG 318*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: MODERNIST PERIOD4
ENG 319*THE AMERICAN NOVEL: POST-WORLD WAR II4
FCSJ 261*FOOD IN AMERICAN CULTURE3
FILM 110*INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES: 1895-19453
FILM 125*INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES: 1945-PRESENT3
FR 332*FRENCH CULTURE AND SOCIETY SINCE THE REVOLUTION3
FR 333*FRENCH CULTURE AND SOCIETY SINCE THE REVOLUTION3
FST 260*FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN WESTERN CULTURE3
FST 273*WINE IN THE WESTERN WORLD3
GEOG 106*GEOGRAPHY OF THE WESTERN WORLD3
GER 331*GERMAN CULTURE3
GER 332*GERMAN CULTURE3
HST 101*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 102*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 103*HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION4
HST 104*WORLD HISTORY I: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS3
HST 105*WORLD HISTORY II: MIDDLE AND EARLY MODERN AGES3
HST 105H*WORLD HISTORY II: MIDDLE AND EARLY MODERN AGES3
HST 106*WORLD HISTORY III: THE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD3
HST 106H*WORLD HISTORY III: THE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD3
HST 201*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 201H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 202*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 202H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 203*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 203H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 325*EARLY CHRISTIANITY: ORIGINS TO 6004
HST 335*NINETEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE4
HST 338*HITLER'S EUROPE4
IT 331*ITALIAN CULTURE3
KIN 312*SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY3
LING 208*WESTERN CULTURE STUDY ABROAD3
PHL 150*GREAT IDEAS IN PHILOSOPHY3
PHL 170*THE IDEA OF GOD4
PHL 201*INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY4
PHL 203*THE MEANING OF EXISTENCE4
PHL 205*ETHICS4
PHL 205H*ETHICS4
PHL 206*RELIGIOUS ETHICS AND MORAL PROBLEMS4
PHL 207*POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY4
PHL 220*WORLD-VIEWS AND VALUES IN THE BIBLE4
PHL 251*KNOWERS, KNOWING, AND THE KNOWN4
PHL 251H*KNOWERS, KNOWING, AND THE KNOWN4
PHL 301*HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY4
PHL 302*HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY4
PHL 303*HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY4
PHL 360*PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS4
PHL 360H*PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS4
PHL 365*LAW IN PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVE4
PS 206*INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THOUGHT4
PS 349*BRITISH POLITICS4
REL 170*THE IDEA OF GOD4
REL 206*RELIGIOUS ETHICS AND MORAL PROBLEMS4
REL 220*WORLD-VIEWS AND VALUES IN THE BIBLE4
REL 325*EARLY CHRISTIANITY: ORIGINS TO 6004
SPAN 331*THE CULTURES OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL3
SPAN 332*THE CULTURES OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL3
SPAN 336*LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE3
SPAN 337*LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE3
SPAN 338*LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE3
TRAL 132*FOUNDATIONS AND HISTORY OF OUTDOOR AND ADVENTURE PROFESSIONS3
WGSS 110*GENDER, RACE, AND POP CULTURE3
WGSS 312*GLOBAL EXPERIENCE: WESTERN CULTURE3
WLC 230*FRANCE TODAY: CULTURES WITHIN AND BEYOND ITS BORDERS3
WLC 230H*FRANCE TODAY: CULTURES WITHIN AND BEYOND ITS BORDERS3
WLC 231*GERMAN DICTATORSHIPS: NAZIS AND COMMUNISTS3
WLC 231H*GERMAN DICTATORSHIPS: NAZIS AND COMMUNISTS3
WLC 233*RUSSIAN CULTURE I3
WLC 234*RUSSIAN CULTURE II3
WLC 235*RUSSIAN CULTURE III3
WLC 241*GRIMMS' FAIRY TALES4
WLC 321*MODERN SPAIN THROUGH SPANISH CINEMA3
WLC 429*FRENCH SOCIETY THROUGH ITS CINEMA3
WLC 429H*FRENCH SOCIETY THROUGH ITS CINEMA3
WSE 266*INDUSTRIAL HEMP3

Difference, Power, and Discrimination Courses (3)

Select one Difference, Power and Discrimination Course.
AG 301*ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE OF PACIFIC NW INDIANS3
AG 311*NATIVE AMERICAN AGRICULTURE3
ANTH 159*LANGUAGE, RACE AND RACISM IN THE US: AN INTRODUCTION4
ANTH 251*LANGUAGE IN THE USA3
ANTH 251H*LANGUAGE IN THE USA3
ANTH 345*BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF RACE3
ANTH 361*FOOD JUSTICE4
ART 359*PHOTOGRAPHY: ACTIVISM, AND SOCIAL CHANGE3
ART 432*GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE3
BI 175*GENOMES, IDENTITIES AND SOCIETIES3
CS 175*COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS3
DHE 270*APPEARANCE, POWER AND SOCIETY4
ECON 383*THE ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION4
ED 216*PURPOSE, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION OF EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRACY3
ED 216H*PURPOSE, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION OF EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRACY3
ENG 220*TOPICS IN DIFFERENCE, POWER, AND DISCRIMINATION4
ENG 220H*TOPICS IN DIFFERENCE, POWER, AND DISCRIMINATION4
ENG 260*LITERATURE OF AMERICAN MINORITIES4
ENG 260H*LITERATURE OF AMERICAN MINORITIES4
ENG 420*STUDIES IN DIFFERENCE, POWER, AND DISCRIMINATION4
ES 159*LANGUAGE, RACE AND RACISM IN THE US: AN INTRODUCTION4
ES 201*INVENTING ETHNIC AMERICA3
ES 213*LATINO/A IDENTITIES AND ACTIVISM4
ES 221*SURVEY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES I4
ES 221H*SURVEY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES I3
ES 223*SURVEY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES II4
ES 233*ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN ACTIVISM AND EMPOWERMENT4
ES 243*NATIVE AMERICAN ASSIMILATION AND ACTIVISM4
ES 260*INTRODUCTION TO PACIFIC ISLANDS STUDIES4
ES 334*ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ES 351*ETHNIC MINORITIES IN OREGON4
ES 353*ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM4
ES 353H*ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM4
ES 355*RACE, SPACE, AND DIFFERENCE4
ES 355H*RACE, SPACE, AND DIFFERENCE4
ES 357*FARMWORKER JUSTICE MOVEMENTS4
ES 357H*FARMWORKER JUSTICE MOVEMENTS4
ES 375*ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE4
ES 431*QUEER OF COLOR CRITIQUES4
ES 437*(EN)GENDERING ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICA4
ES 452*ETHNICITY IN FILM4
ES 453*ETHNOHISTORY METHODOLOGY4
ES 457*LITERATURE BY WOMEN OF COLOR IN THE UNITED STATES4
FCSJ 361*FOOD JUSTICE4
FILM 220*TOPICS IN DIFFERENCE, POWER, AND DISCRIMINATION4
FW 340*MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN NATURAL RESOURCES3
GEO 309*ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE3
GEOG 100*CLIMATE JUSTICE3
GEOG 203*HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT GEOGRAPHY3
H 465*PUBLIC HEALTH AND WOMEN: SOCIAL AND POLICY ISSUES3
HDFS 201*CONTEMPORARY FAMILIES IN THE U.S.3
HST 201*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 201H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 202*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 202H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 203*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 203H*HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HST 210*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
HST 210H*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
HST 364*UNITED STATES RELIGION AND SOCIAL REFORM4
HST 365*THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE MODERN U.S.4
HST 365H*THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE MODERN U.S.4
HST 368*LESBIAN AND GAY MOVEMENTS IN MODERN AMERICA4
HST 369*^IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S. SINCE 18804
HST 370*SOCIAL CHANGE AND AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC4
KIN 475*POWER AND PRIVILEGE IN SPORT3
LING 251*LANGUAGES OF OREGON3
MB 330*DISEASE AND SOCIETY3
PHL 210*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
PHL 210H*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
PHL 275*INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES4
PHL 275H*INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY STUDIES4
PHL 280*ETHICS OF DIVERSITY4
PHL 280H*ETHICS OF DIVERSITY4
PHL 345*FIRST FREEDOM: RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND INTOLERANCE4
PS 110*GOVERNING AFTER THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE3
PS 322*CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES4
PS 325*GENDER AND THE LAW4
PS 363*GENDER AND RACE IN AMERICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT4
PS 375*THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND POLICIES4
PS 375H*THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND POLICIES4
PS 425*GENDER AND THE LAW4
PSY 426*PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER4
PSY 466*FAT STUDIES4
QS 262*INTRODUCTION TO QUEER STUDIES3
QS 262H*INTRODUCTION TO QUEER STUDIES3
QS 364*TRANSGENDER POLITICS3
QS 364H*TRANSGENDER POLITICS3
QS 375*ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE4
QS 431*QUEER OF COLOR CRITIQUES4
QS 432*GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE3
REL 210*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
REL 210H*RELIGION IN THE UNITED STATES4
REL 345*FIRST FREEDOM: RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND INTOLERANCE4
REL 364*UNITED STATES RELIGION AND SOCIAL REFORM4
SOC 206*SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND ISSUES3
SOC 312*SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY4
SOC 312H*SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY4
SOC 345*CRIMES AND VIOLENCE IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS4
SOC 360*POPULATION TRENDS AND POLICY4
SOC 426*SOCIAL INEQUALITY4
SPAN 470*ADVANCED SPANISH COORDINATED STUDIES1-30
TA 360*MULTICULTURAL AMERICAN THEATRE3
TA 360H*MULTICULTURAL AMERICAN THEATRE3
WGSS 223*INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES3
WGSS 223H*INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES3
WGSS 224*WOMEN: PERSONAL AND SOCIAL CHANGE3
WGSS 230*WOMEN IN THE MOVIES3
WGSS 230H*WOMEN IN THE MOVIES3
WGSS 262*INTRODUCTION TO QUEER STUDIES3
WGSS 262H*INTRODUCTION TO QUEER STUDIES3
WGSS 270*RESISTING GENDER VIOLENCE3
WGSS 311*GLOBAL EXPERIENCE: CULTURAL DIVERSITY3
WGSS 324*FEMINIST ACTIVISMS3
WGSS 325*DISNEY: GENDER, RACE, EMPIRE3
WGSS 325H*DISNEY: GENDER, RACE, EMPIRE3
WGSS 364*TRANSGENDER POLITICS3
WGSS 364H*TRANSGENDER POLITICS3
WGSS 375*ARTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE4
WGSS 414*SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION IN WOMEN'S LIVES4
WGSS 431*QUEER OF COLOR CRITIQUES4
WGSS 432*GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE3
WGSS 462*QUEER THEORIES4
WGSS 466*FAT STUDIES4
WGSS 496*FEMINIST THEOLOGIES IN THE UNITED STATES4
WGSS 496H*FEMINIST THEOLOGIES IN THE UNITED STATES4
WLC 159*LANGUAGE, RACE AND RACISM IN THE US: AN INTRODUCTION4

Synthesis Courses (6)

The two courses used to fulfill the Synthesis requirement may not be in the same department.

Contemporary Global Issues (3)

AEC 351*NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
AEC 352*ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
AG 351*COMMUNICATING AGRICULTURE TO THE PUBLIC3
AMS 350*AMERICAN CULTURE AND THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE4
ANTH 352*ANTHROPOLOGY, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT3
ANTH 374*ANTHROPOLOGY AND GLOBAL HEALTH3
ANTH 374H*ANTHROPOLOGY AND GLOBAL HEALTH3
ANTH 380*CULTURES IN CONFLICT3
ANTH 380H*CULTURES IN CONFLICT3
ANTH 383*INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY3
ANTH 383H*INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY3
ANTH 466*RURAL ANTHROPOLOGY4
ANTH 473*GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND CULTURE4
ANTH 478*ANTHROPOLOGY OF TOURISM4
ANTH 482*ANTHROPOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT4
ANTH 484*WEALTH AND POVERTY3
BA 432*ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, SUSTAINABILITY AND BUSINESS3
BA 465*SYSTEMS THINKING AND PRACTICE4
BA 465H*SYSTEMS THINKING AND PRACTICE4
BI 301*HUMAN IMPACTS ON ECOSYSTEMS3
BI 306*^ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY3
BI 306H*^ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY3
COMM 446*COMMUNICATION IN INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND DISPUTES3
CROP 330*WORLD FOOD CROPS3
DHE 475*GLOBAL SOURCING OF TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND FOOTWEAR4
DSGN 475*GLOBAL SOURCING OF TEXTILES, APPAREL, AND FOOTWEAR4
ECON 352*ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
ENG 322*STUDIES IN GLOBALISM, TEXT, AND EVENT4
ENG 416*POWER AND REPRESENTATION4
ENG 497*INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S VOICES4
ENT 331*POLLINATORS IN PERIL3
FCSJ 454*INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON FOOD SYSTEMS4
FE 456*INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY3
FES 365*ISSUES IN NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION3
FES 477*AGROFORESTRY3
FOR 456*INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY3
FW 324*FOOD FROM THE SEA3
FW 325*GLOBAL CRISES IN RESOURCE ECOLOGY3
FW 345*GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY3
GEO 308*GLOBAL CHANGE AND EARTH SCIENCES3
GEOG 300*SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD3
GEOG 330*^GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBALIZATION3
GEOG 331*POPULATION, CONSUMPTION, AND ENVIRONMENT3
GEOG 350*GEOGRAPHY OF NATURAL HAZARDS3
H 312*HIV/AIDS AND STIS IN MODERN SOCIETY3
HDFS 447*FAMILIES AND POVERTY4
HDFS 447H*FAMILIES AND POVERTY4
HORT 331*POLLINATORS IN PERIL3
HST 317*WHY WAR: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE4
HST 317H*WHY WAR: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE4
HST 319*THE HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE MODERN WORLD4
HST 378*RELIGION AND GENDER: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE4
HST 385*THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT4
HST 385H*THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT4
HST 386*MODERN IRAN: REVOLUTION AND ITS AFTERMATH4
HST 386H*MODERN IRAN: REVOLUTION AND ITS AFTERMATH4
HST 390*MIDEAST WOMEN: IN THEIR OWN WORDS4
HST 390H*MIDEAST WOMEN: IN THEIR OWN WORDS4
HST 425*THE HOLOCAUST IN ITS HISTORY4
HST 425H*THE HOLOCAUST IN ITS HISTORY4
HST 465*AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY4
HST 465H*AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY4
HST 485*POLITICS AND RELIGION IN THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST4
HST 488*THE UNITED STATES AND VIETNAM 1945-19954
NR 477*AGROFORESTRY3
PHL 310*CRITICS OF RELIGION4
PHL 344*PACIFISM, JUST WAR, AND TERRORISM4
PHL 432*YOGA AND TANTRIC TRADITIONS4
PHL 433*THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MODERN YOGA4
PHL 434*SPIRITUALITY AND ECOLOGY: GREEN YOGA4
PHL 434H*SPIRITUALITY AND ECOLOGY: GREEN YOGA4
PHL 440*ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS3
PHL 440H*ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS3
PHL 443*WORLD VIEWS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES3
PHL 443H*WORLD VIEWS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES3
PS 341*EUROPEAN AND EU POLITICS4
PS 345*POLITICS OF DEVELOPING NATIONS4
PS 354*INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND GLOBAL POLITICS4
PS 455*THE POLITICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE4
PS 458*INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY4
QS 476*TRANSNATIONAL SEXUALITIES4
REL 310*CRITICS OF RELIGION4
REL 344*PACIFISM, JUST WAR, AND TERRORISM4
REL 378*RELIGION AND GENDER: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE4
REL 425*THE HOLOCAUST IN ITS HISTORY4
REL 425H*THE HOLOCAUST IN ITS HISTORY4
REL 432*YOGA AND TANTRIC TRADITIONS4
REL 433*THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MODERN YOGA4
REL 434*SPIRITUALITY AND ECOLOGY: GREEN YOGA4
REL 434H*SPIRITUALITY AND ECOLOGY: GREEN YOGA4
REL 443*WORLD VIEWS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES3
REL 443H*WORLD VIEWS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES3
REL 485*POLITICS AND RELIGION IN THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST4
SOC 454*LEISURE AND CULTURE4
SOC 480*ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY4
SUS 350*SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES4
TRAL 479*NATURE AND THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE3
WGSS 350*POLITICS OF MOTHERHOOD IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT3
WGSS 360*MEN AND MASCULINITIES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT3
WGSS 360H*MEN AND MASCULINITIES3
WGSS 378*RELIGION AND GENDER: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE4
WGSS 380*MUSLIM WOMEN3
WGSS 463*GLOBAL SEX WORK AND TRAFFICKING3
WGSS 476*TRANSNATIONAL SEXUALITIES4
WGSS 480*GENDER AND TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISMS3
WGSS 480H*GENDER AND TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVISMS3
WGSS 495*GLOBAL FEMINIST THEOLOGIES4
WGSS 495H*GLOBAL FEMINIST THEOLOGIES3
WSE 470*FORESTS, WOOD, AND CIVILIZATION3
WSE 470H*FORESTS, WOOD, AND CIVILIZATION3
Z 349*BIODIVERSITY: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND CONSERVATION3

Science, Technology, and Society (3)

AEC 353*INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCE ECONOMICS3
AGRI 411*INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SYSTEMS: LOCAL TO GLOBAL3
ANS 315*CONTENTIOUS SOCIAL ISSUES IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE3
ANTH 330*EVOLUTION OF PEOPLE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY3
ANTH 372*SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SOCIETY3
ANTH 432*DOMESTICATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE RISE OF CIVILIZATION4
ANTH 432H*DOMESTICATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE RISE OF CIVILIZATION4
ANTH 481*NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY VALUES3
ART 367*HISTORY OF DESIGN3
BB 331*INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR BIOLOGY3
BB 332*MOLECULAR MEDICINE3
BI 345*INTRODUCTION TO EVOLUTION3
BI 347*OCEANS IN PERIL3
BI 348*HUMAN ECOLOGY3
BI 420*VIRUSES IN MODERN SOCIETY3
BOT 324*FUNGI IN SOCIETY3
BOT 325*INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN PLANTS AND HUMANITY3
BRR 325*ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL CHANGE3
CH 374*TECHNOLOGY, ENERGY, AND RISK3
CS 391*SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE3
DHE 462*HISTORY OF THE NEAR ENVIRONMENT II4
EAH 411*^PERSPECTIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES4
EAH 412*^ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE IN CONTEXT4
ENGR 350*SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING3
ENGR 350H*SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING3
ENGR 363*ENERGY MATTERS3
ENGR 363H*ENERGY MATTERS3
ENSC 479*^ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDIES3
ENT 300*PLAGUES, PESTS, AND POLITICS3
ES 445*NATIVE AMERICAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY4
FES 435*GENES AND CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURE: VALUE AND RISK3
FES 477*AGROFORESTRY3
FES 485*CONSENSUS AND NATURAL RESOURCES3
FST 421*FOOD LAW3
FW 350*ENDANGERED SPECIES, SOCIETY AND SUSTAINABILITY3
FW 356*CITIZEN SCIENCE3
FW 360*ORIGINS OF F&W MANAGEMENT-EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND ECOLOGY3
FW 470*ECOLOGY AND HISTORY: LANDSCAPES OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN3
GEO 305*LIVING WITH ACTIVE CASCADE VOLCANOES3
GEO 306*MINERALS, ENERGY, WATER, AND THE ENVIRONMENT3
GEO 307*NATIONAL PARK GEOLOGY AND PRESERVATION3
GEO 307H*NATIONAL PARK GEOLOGY AND PRESERVATION3
GEO 352*OREGON: GEOLOGY, PLACE, AND LIFE ON THE RING OF FIRE4
GEO 352H*OREGON: GEOLOGY, PLACE, AND LIFE ON THE RING OF FIRE4
GEO 380*EARTHQUAKES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST3
GEOG 300*SUSTAINABILITY FOR THE COMMON GOOD3
GEOG 340*INTRODUCTION TO WATER SCIENCE AND POLICY3
GEOG 340H*INTRODUCTION TO WATER SCIENCE AND POLICY3
GEOG 432*GEOGRAPHY OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE3
H 445*OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH3
HEST 310*INTRO TO COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY-BASED DESIGN3
HEST 320*ENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS3
HEST 412*MULTIDISCIPLINARY CASE STUDIES IN HUMANITARIAN ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY3
HORT 330*PLAGUES, PESTS, AND POLITICS3
HST 416*FOOD IN WORLD HISTORY4
HST 481*ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES4
HSTS 411*HISTORY OF SCIENCE4
HSTS 412*HISTORY OF SCIENCE4
HSTS 413*HISTORY OF SCIENCE4
HSTS 414*HISTORY OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY SCIENCE4
HSTS 415*^THEORY OF EVOLUTION AND FOUNDATION OF MODERN BIOLOGY4
HSTS 415H*^THEORY OF EVOLUTION AND FOUNDATION OF MODERN BIOLOGY4
HSTS 416*HISTORY OF MEDICINE PRE-18004
HSTS 417*^HISTORY OF MEDICINE4
HSTS 418*SCIENCE AND SOCIETY4
HSTS 419*^STUDIES IN SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY: METHODS AND PRACTICES4
HSTS 419H*^STUDIES IN SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY: METHODS AND PRACTICES4
HSTS 421*TECHNOLOGY AND CHANGE4
HSTS 422*^HISTORICAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE AND POLITICS4
HSTS 423*SCIENCE AND RELIGION4
HSTS 425*^HISTORY OF THE LIFE SCIENCES4
HSTS 440*HISTORY OF PSYCHOTHERAPY4
HSTS 440H*HISTORY OF PSYCHOTHERAPY4
HSTS 451*THE HISTORY OF OUTER SPACE4
IE 380*THE RESPONSIBLE ENGINEER3
NMC 427*DIGITAL PORNOGRAPHY3
NR 351*WHEN SCIENCE ESCAPES THE LAB: SCIENCE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT3
NR 477*AGROFORESTRY3
NSE 319*SOCIETAL ASPECTS OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY3
NUTR 312*ISSUES IN NUTRITION AND HEALTH3
PH 313*ENERGY ALTERNATIVES3
PH 313H*ENERGY ALTERNATIVES3
PH 331*SOUND, HEARING, AND MUSIC3
PH 332*LIGHT, VISION, AND COLOR3
PHL 325*SCIENTIFIC REASONING4
PHL 444*BIOMEDICAL ETHICS4
PHL 444H*BIOMEDICAL ETHICS4
PPOL 441*ENERGY AND SOCIETY4
PS 370*SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND POLITICS4
PS 476*SCIENCE AND POLITICS4
REL 444*BIOMEDICAL ETHICS4
REL 444H*BIOMEDICAL ETHICS4
SOC 371*SOCIAL MEDIA AND EVERYDAY LIFE4
SOC 456*SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIAL CONTEXT4
SOC 481*SOCIETY AND NATURAL RESOURCES4
SOIL 395*WORLD SOIL RESOURCES3
SUS 304*SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT4
TOX 360*THE WORLD OF POISONS3
TOX 435*GENES AND CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURE: VALUE AND RISK3
TOX 435H*GENES AND CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURE: VALUE AND RISK3
WGSS 320*GENDER AND TECHNOLOGY3
WGSS 340*GENDER AND SCIENCE3
WGSS 340H*GENDER AND SCIENCE3
WGSS 440*WOMEN AND NATURAL RESOURCES3
WSE 385*EVALUATING SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS3
WSE 392*BAMBOOLOOZA: THE FASCINATING WORLD OF BAMBOO3

Writing Intensive Courses (WIC) (3)

AEC 434^MEASURING RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS4
AEC 461^AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD POLICY ISSUES4
AG 421^WRITING IN AGRICULTURE3
AMS 407^SEMINAR1-16
ANS 420^ETHICAL ISSUES IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE3
ANTH 370^ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORIES4
ARE 418^ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE4
ARE 419^ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING DESIGN3
ART 368^HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY3
ART 411^ART IN CONTEXT HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL APPROACHES3
ART 469^METHODS AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY3
BA 353^PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT4
BA 354^MANAGING ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY4
BA 354H^MANAGING ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY4
BB 317^SCIENTIFIC THEORY AND PRACTICE3
BEE 469^ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN I4
BHS 323^MICROBIAL INFLUENCES ON HUMAN HEALTH3
BI 306*^ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY3
BI 306H*^ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY3
BI 317^SCIENTIFIC THEORY AND PRACTICE3
BI 319^CRITICAL THINKING AND COMMUNICATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES3
BI 371^ECOLOGICAL METHODS3
BI 373^FIELD METHODS IN MARINE ECOLOGY3
BI 450^MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY15
BOT 323^FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE WORLD3
BRR 403^THESIS4
CBEE 414^PROCESS ENGINEERING LABORATORY3
CBEE 414H^PROCESS ENGINEERING LABORATORY3
CE 418^CIVIL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE3
CE 419^CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN3
CEM 443^PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION4
CH 462^EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
CH 462H^EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
CH 463^EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
CH 463H^ EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
CH 464^EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
CH 464H^EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY II3
COMM 418^INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION THEORY AND RESEARCH3
COMM 422^SMALL-GROUP COMMUNICATION THEORY AND RESEARCH3
COMM 456^RHETORIC: 500 BC TO 500 AD3
COMM 458^RHETORIC: 500 AD TO 19003
COMM 459^CONTEMPORARY THEORIES OF RHETORIC3
CS 461^SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROJECT I3
CS 462^SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROJECT II3
CSS 315^NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT AND CYCLING4
DHE 330^FASHION FORECASTING AND MARKET ANALYSIS4
DHE 370^TEXTILE AND APPAREL MARKET ANALYSIS4
DHE 481^PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN HOUSING AND INTERIOR DESIGN3
DSGN 330^FASHION FORECASTING AND MARKET ANALYSIS4
EAH 411*^PERSPECTIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES4
EAH 412*^ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE IN CONTEXT4
ECE 441^ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT3
ECE 442^ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT3
ECE 443^ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT2
ECON 428^INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC RESEARCH4
ECON 439^PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS4
ECON 466^ECONOMICS OF TRADITIONAL AND RENEWABLE ENERGY4
ED 340^SUPPORTIVE DIFFERENTIATED ENVIRONMENTS3
ENG 311^STUDIES IN BRITISH PROSE4
ENG 312^STUDIES IN BRITISH DRAMA4
ENG 313^STUDIES IN BRITISH POETRY4
ENG 407^SEMINAR1-16
ENG 445^STUDIES IN NONFICTION4
ENG 470^STUDIES IN POETRY4
ENG 485^STUDIES IN AMERICAN LITERATURE4
ENSC 479*^ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDIES3
ES 350^PUBLIC DISCOURSE AND WRITINGS ON RACE4
ES 354^LITERATURE OF ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE UNITED STATES4
ES 472^INDIGENOUS TWO-SPIRIT AND QUEER STUDIES4
ESE 497^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
ESE 498^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
FE 460^FOREST OPERATIONS REGULATIONS AND POLICY ISSUES3
FES 486^PUBLIC LANDS POLICY AND MANAGEMENT3
FILM 452^STUDIES IN FILM4
FILM 452H^STUDIES IN FILM4
FOR 460^FOREST POLICY4
FR 439^FRENCH/FRANCOPHONE STUDIES3
FST 385^COMMUNICATING FOOD AND FERMENTATION SCIENCE3
FW 435^WILDLIFE IN AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEMS3
FW 439^HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT3
FW 454^FISHERY BIOLOGY4
FW 497^AQUACULTURE3
GD 312^CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN DESIGN3
GD 412^CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN DESIGN3
GEO 427^VOLCANOLOGY4
GEO 463^GEOPHYSICS AND TECTONICS4
GEOG 323^CLIMATOLOGY4
GEOG 330*^GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBALIZATION3
GER 411^FOURTH-YEAR GERMAN3
H 434^HEALTH CARE LAW AND REGULATION3
H 476^PLANNING AND EVALUATING HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS4
HDFS 430^STUDENT TEACHING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION12
HDFS 461^PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND PROPOSAL WRITING4
HM 470^ADVANCED HOSPITALITY4
HORT 318^APPLIED ECOLOGY OF MANAGED ECOSYSTEMS3
HST 369*^IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S. SINCE 18804
HST 407^SEMINAR5
HST 407H^SEMINAR5
HSTS 415*^THEORY OF EVOLUTION AND FOUNDATION OF MODERN BIOLOGY4
HSTS 415H*^THEORY OF EVOLUTION AND FOUNDATION OF MODERN BIOLOGY4
HSTS 417*^HISTORY OF MEDICINE4
HSTS 419*^STUDIES IN SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY: METHODS AND PRACTICES4
HSTS 419H*^STUDIES IN SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY: METHODS AND PRACTICES4
HSTS 422*^HISTORICAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE AND POLITICS4
HSTS 425*^HISTORY OF THE LIFE SCIENCES4
HSTS 437^HISTORY OF ANIMALS IN SCIENCE4
IE 497^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
IE 498^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
JPN 411^FOURTH-YEAR JAPANESE3
KIN 481^ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL ISSUES IN KINESIOLOGY3
MB 311^MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY LAB: A WRITING INTENSIVE COURSE3
MB 385^EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND EPIDEMICS3
ME 497^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
ME 498^MIME CAPSTONE DESIGN4
MTH 323^MATHEMATICAL MODELING3
MTH 333^FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF TOPOLOGY3
MTH 338^NON-EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY3
MUS 325^HISTORY OF WESTERN MUSIC3
MUS 400^STUDIES IN WRITING ABOUT MUSIC3
NMC 301^WRITING FOR THE MEDIA PROFESSIONAL3
NSE 474^NUCLEAR SYSTEMS DESIGN I4
NSE 475^NUCLEAR SYSTEMS DESIGN II4
NUTR 416^CULTURAL ASPECTS OF FOODS3
NUTR 439^COMMUNICATIONS IN DIETETICS3
OC 334^POLAR OCEANOGRAPHY3
PH 403^THESIS1-16
PHL 407^SEMINAR1-16
PHL 407H^SEMINAR1-16
PHL 474^PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY4
PS 300^RESEARCH METHODS4
PS 449^TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS4
PSY 434^BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR METHODS4
PSY 440^COGNITION RESEARCH4
PSY 460^ADVANCED SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS4
PSY 470^PSYCHOMETRICS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING4
PSY 480^CLINICAL RESEARCH METHODS4
QS 472^INDIGENOUS TWO-SPIRIT AND QUEER STUDIES4
REL 407^SEMINAR1-16
SOC 315^METHODS I: RESEARCH DESIGN4
SOIL 395*WORLD SOIL RESOURCES3
SPAN 438^SELECTED TOPICS IN LUSO-HISPANIC CULTURE3
SSCI 301^QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES4
SUS 325^AG AND ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICAMENTS: A CASE STUDY APPROACH3
TA 332*^HISTORY OF THE THEATRE3
TA 444^THEORY AND CRITICISM OF THEATRE ARTS3
TRAL 375^EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION4
WGSS 460^SEXUALITIES, FEMINISMS, WOMEN4
WGSS 472^INDIGENOUS TWO-SPIRIT AND QUEER STUDIES4
WR 411^THE TEACHING OF WRITING4
WR 462^ENVIRONMENTAL WRITING4
WR 493^THE RHETORICAL TRADITION AND THE TEACHING OF WRITING4
WR 495^INTRODUCTION TO LITERACY STUDIES4
WSE 414^ART AND DESIGN CAPSTONE4
WSE 453^FOREST PRODUCTS BUSINESS3
Z 319^CRITICAL THINKING AND COMMUNICATIONS IN THE LIFE SCIENCES3