2018-2019 Catalog 
    
    Mar 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Catalog

Courses of Instruction



Key to Abbreviations

ACCT Accounting HIST History
ACTV Activity HONS Honors Courses
AMRS Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies INT Interdisciplinary
ART Fine Arts ITAL Italian
ASTR Astronomy JAPN Japanese
BIOL Biology JOUR Journalism
BOMI Botany/Microbiology LAS Latin American Studies
BUS Business Administration LATI Latin
BWS
Black World Studies MATH Mathematics
CHEM Chemistry MES Middle Eastern Studies
CHIN Chinese MUS Music
CLAS Classics MUSP Music Performance
CMLT Comparative Literature NEUR Neuroscience
COMM Communications PG Politics and Government
CS Computer Science PHIL Philosophy
DANC Dance PHYS Physics
DATA Data Analytics PSYC Psychology
ECON Economics REL Religion
EDUC Education RUSS Russian
ENG English SOAN Sociology/Anthropology
ENVS Environment & Sustainability SPAN Spanish
FREN French SWAH Swahili
GEOG Geography THEA Theatre
GEOL Geology UC University Courses
GERM German URB Urban Studies
GREE Greek WGS Women’s/Gender Studies
HHK Health & Human Kinetics ZOOL Zoology

To aid students in long-range planning, the letters F for fall semester and S for spring semester have been placed after selected course descriptions. All courses carry one unit of academic credit unless otherwise indicated.

Course Selection

Freshmen and sophomores should enroll in courses numbered 100 through 249, but may be permitted to take courses numbered above 250 with the relevant department’s permission. Juniors and seniors should enroll in courses numbered above 250, but may be permitted to take courses numbered below 250 if (a) it is necessary for the major; (b) it is a second (third, etc.) foreign language; (c) it is an elective in the area of science or mathematics where the student does not have the prerequisites for advanced course work; or (d) there is sufficient space in the class after the registration of freshmen and sophomores.

 

Politics and Government

   •  PG 111 - Power and American Politics
   •  PG 112 - Global Issues
   •  PG 113 - Democracy, Dictatorship & Political Change
   •  PG 200 6 - The Practice of Politics: Argument, Agency and Activism
   •  PG 260 - Equality and American Politics
   •  PG 261 - American Politics and the Mass Media
   •  PG 279 - The Conduct of Political Inquiry
   •  PG 280 - Environmental Politics and Policy
   •  PG 300 34 - Citizenship in an Age of Empire: Theories of Global Citizenship
   •  PG 344 - Democratization in the Developing World
   •  PG 346 - European Politics
   •  PG 347 - Protest and Political Violence
   •  PG 348 - Latin American Politics
   •  PG 349 - East Asian Politics
   •  PG 350 - Law and Courts
   •  PG 351 - American Constitutional Law
   •  PG 352 - Civil Rights and Liberties
   •  PG 353 - Congress and Legislative Process
   •  PG 354 - The American Presidency
   •  PG 355 - American Public Policy
   •  PG 356 - Public Administration
   •  PG 357 - The United States Supreme Court: Current and Future
   •  PG 358 - Political Parties and Interest Groups
   •  PG 359 - Voting and Elections in the U.S.
   •  PG 360 - International Politics
   •  PG 361 - American Foreign Policy
   •  PG 362 - International Organizations
   •  PG 363 - Human Rights in International Perspective
   •  PG 364 - International Political Economy
   •  PG 365 - Globalization - Structures, Processes, and Issues
   •  PG 371 - Power and Authority: Political Theory from the Canon to Fanon
   •  PG 372 - Democracy and its Critics
   •  PG 373 - Freedom, Equality, and Democracy in American Political Thought
   •  PG 374 - Political Theory, Science and Technology
   •  PG 490 - Independent Study
   •  PG 491 - Directed Readings
   •  PG 495 - Apprenticeship
   •  PG 499 - Senior Seminar