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2020-21 Pathways Course Guide Alpha List

1f = Foundational Discourse
1a = Advanced/Applied Discourse
2 = Critical Thinking in the Humanities
3 = Reasoning in the Social Sciences
4 = Reasoning in the Natural Sciences
5f = Foundational Quantitative and Computational Thinking
5a = Advanced/Applied Quantitative and Computational Thinking
6a = Critique and Practice in the Arts
6d = Critique and Practice in Design
7 = Critical Analysis of Identity and Equity in the United States

NOTE: If a course is approved for two concepts (e.g. 2 OR 3), it can only count for one or the other. The EXCEPTION is for courses that are approved for Concept 7 and any other Concept (e.g. 2 AND 7) in which case the course will 'double count' for both concepts.

ABB = Adaptive Brain & Behavior
APCE = Appalachian Cultures & Environments
BIOD = Biodiversity Conservation
BLPL = Blue Planet
CAFS = Civic Agriculture & Food Systems
CSE = Community Systems & Engagement

DTDC = Data & Decisions
DSST = Disability Studies
ECOC = Ecological Cities
EEMG = Event & Experience Management
GBP = Global Business Practices to Improve the Human Condition
GFSH = Global Food Security & Health

INNO = Innovation
ISDA = Integrated Security
LNGS = Language Sciences
MTSC = Materials in Society
BOLD = Organizational Leadership
PSUS = Pathways to Sustainability
PSSJ = Peace Studies & Social Justice
PPE = Philosophy, Politics, & Economics
SCOM = Strategic Communication
STL = Science, Technology & Law
VAS = Visual Arts & Society

Pathways Minors are thematic, cross-disciplinary programs that allow students to examine important topics from a variety of perspectives while completing general education requirements along the way. Descriptions of each minor can be found on the Pathways website. Consult the minor checksheets for detailed requirements.

Subject Course Course Title
Concept Crosslist Prerequisites Other Information
Pathways Minors
AAEC 1005 Econ Food Fiber Sys 3       BLPL, CAFS, GFSH, PPE
AAEC 1006 Econ Food Fiber Syst 3       BLPL, CAFS, GFSH, PPE
AAEC 1264 Peace Economics 3       ISDA, PPE, PSSJ
AAEC 2104 Personal Financial Planning 5a        
AAEC 3204 Intl Agri Dvlp & Trad 3   AAEC-1005/UG/P OR ECON-2005/UG/P   CAFS, GBP, GFSH, PPE
AAEC 3324 Environment Sustain Dev Econ 3 AND 7   AAEC-1005/UG/P OR AAEC-1006/UG/P OR ECON-2005/UG/P   BIOD, CAFS, GBP, GFSH, ISDA, PSSJ, PPE
AAEC 4464 Water Resources Policy & Econ 3 AND 7 FREC 4464, WATR 4464 AAEC-1005/UG/P   BLPL
ACIS 1004 Accounting Foundations 5f       INNO, BOLD, SCOM
AFST 1714 Intro African American Studies 3 AND 7       APCE
AFST 1814 Intro to African Studies 2 OR 3        
AFST 2204 Race & Gender in Rel & Cult 2 AND 7 RLCL 2204, WGS 2204      
AFST 2275 African-American History 2 AND 7 HIST 2275      
AFST 2276 African-American History 2 AND 7 HIST 2276      
AFST 2644 Intro African-American Lit 2 AND 7 ENGL 2644 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P    
AFST 3864 Development and Hum in Africa 2 OR 3 HIST 3864, IS 3864     PSSJ
AHRM 1014 Design and Art for Consumers 6a or 6d       SCOM
AHRM 2014 Design for Consumers Studio 6d   AHRM-1014/UG/P   INNO
AHRM 2404 Consumer Rights 3        
AINS 1104 Intro American Indian Studies 3       APCE
AINS 2414 Identity & Inclusion in Agric 1a AND 7 ALCE 2414 ENGL-1106/UG/P    
AINS 3174 Native American History 2 AND 7 HIST 3174      
ALCE 2414 Identity & Inclusion in Agric 1a AND 7 AINS 2414 ENGL-1106/UG/P    
ALS 2204 Intro Civic Agriculture 1a       APCE, CAFS
ALS 3104 Animal Breeding and Genetics 5a   BIOL-1105/UG/P AND (STAT-2004/UG/P OR STAT-3005/UG/P OR STAT-3615/UG/P) AND (APSC-1454/UG/P OR DASC-2474/UG/P OR DASC-2484/UG/P)    
ALS 3404 Ecological Agriculture 4       CAFS
ALS 4204 Concepts Comm Food Systems 3   ALS-3404/UG/P   APCE, CAFS
ALS 4214 Capstone: Civic Ag Food Sys 6d   ALS-2204/UG/P AND ALS-3404/UG/P AND ALS-4204/UG/P   CAFS
ALS 4244 Capstone Global Food Security 1a   CSES-2244/UG/P AND AAEC-3204/UG/P   GFSH
ALS 2984L Special Study 6d        
APS 1704 Intro to Appalachian Studies 2 AND 7 HUM 1704     APCE
APS 2124 Music Traditions in Appalachia 6a or 6d MUS 2124     APCE
APS 2404 Folk Cultures in Appalachia 6d AND 7 HUM 2404     APCE
APS 2434 Cult Politics Music Appalachia 2 AND 7       APCE
APS 4414 Issues in Appalachian Studies 1a HUM 4414 HUM-1704/UG/P OR APS-1704/UG/P   APCE
APSC 4004 Contemporary Issues in APSC 1a   APSC-2004/UG/P    
ARBC 2774 Arab Culture and Civilization 2 OR 3     Taught in English.  
ARBC 3304 Modern Arabic Lit in Trans 2     Taught in English.  
ARBC 3474 Topics in Arab Cinema 2     May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 6 credits.  
ARCH 3115 Histories of Architecture 2   ARCH-1015/UG/P    
ARCH 3116 Histories of Architecture 2   ARCH-3115/UG/P    
ARCH 4514 Thesis Inquiry 6a or 6d   ARCH-4016/UG/P    
ARCH 4524 Thesis Documentation 6a or 6d   ARCH-4514/UG/P AND ARCH-4515/UG/P    
ART 1004 Studio Art for Non-Majors 6a     May be repeated with different topics, for a maximum of 12 credit hours. VAS
ART 1104 Language of Visual Arts 2 OR 6a or 6d       VAS
ART 1114 CT+E Play to Make 6a        
ART 1234 Topics in Design Non-Majors 6d     May be repeated for up to a maximum of 12 credit hours with varying or different topics. VAS
ART 1334 Visual Arts and Culture 2 OR 6a        
ART 2385 Surv Hist West Art 2 OR 6a       BOLD, PSUS, VAS
ART 2386 Surv Hist West Art 2 OR 6a       BOLD, PSUS, VAS
ART 2514 Drawing Concepts 6a   ART-1414/UG/P    
ART 2604 Intro to Creative Tech 6a   ART-1604/UG/P    
ART 3054 Islamic Art and Architecture 2 OR 6a        
ART 3064 Arts of China and Japan 2 OR 6a        
ART 3074 Egyptian Art and Architecture 2 OR 6a        
ART 3094 Early Mod Global Vis Culture 2 OR 6a        
ART 3114 Creative Code 5a   ART-1114/UG/P    
ART 3174 Introduction to Archaeology 2 OR 3       VAS
ART 3184 Roman Art and Architecture 2 OR 6a        
ART 3284 Medieval Art and Architecture 2 OR 6a        
ART 3384 Renaissance Art 2 OR 6a        
ART 3484 Baroque Art and Arch 2 OR 6a        
ART 3584 19th Century Art 2 OR 6a        
ART 3674 History of Photography 2 OR 6a        
ART 3684 African-American Art 6a AND 7        
ART 3884 American Art to 1914 6a AND 7        
ART 4104 Interpretation of Visual Arts 1a OR 6a   ART-1104/UG/P AND Six credits of social sciences from Pathways Minor in the Visual Arts and Society checksheet. Capstone seminar for the Pathways Minor in the Visual Arts and Society. VAS
ART 1984M Special Study 6a        
BDS 2005 Fundamentals of BDS 3       DTDC
BDS 2006 Fundamentals of BDS 3   BDS-2005/UG/P AND ECON-2005/UG/P AND PSYC-1004/UG/P   DTDC
BDS 3134 Choice and Behavior 3 ECON 3134 ECON-2005/UG/P    
BDS 4194 Predicting Social Behavior 5a PSYC 4194 (PSYC-1094/UG/P OR ECON-3254/UG/P) AND (BIT-2405/UG/P OR STAT-2004/UG/P OR STAT-3604/UG/P OR STAT-3005/UG/P OR STAT-3615/UG/P)    
BIOL 1014 Introduction to Biology 4        
BIOL 1024 Cancer Causes Treatments Costs 4        
BIOL 1034 Biology of Sex 4        
BIOL 1054 Human Biol: Cncpts Curr Issues 4        
BIOL 1064 Plants and Civilization 4        
BIOL 1074 How Animals Think 4        
BIOL 1105 Principles of Biology 4        
BIOL 1106 Principles of Biology 4        
BIOL 29844 Special Study 4        
BIOL 2984D Special Study 4        
BIT 2164 Foundations Security Environ 3 OR 5f CS 2164, PSCI 2164     ISDA
BIT 2404 Multicultural Prob Analytics 5f MGT 2404 MATH-1025/UG/P AND (MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P) AND Sophomore standing.   GBP, PSSJ
BIT 2405 Bus Stats Analytics & Model 5f   Please consult catalog as there are many options.    
BIT 2406 Bus Stats Analytics & Model 5a   Please consult catalog as there are many options.    
BIT 4164 Future of Security 1a CS 4164, PSCI 4164 PSCI-2164/UG/P OR BIT-2164/UG/P OR CS-2164/UG/P   ISDA
BIT 4604 Data Gov, Privacy, Ethics 2   BIT-2405/UG/P OR CMDA-2014/UG/P OR CS-1114/UG/P OR CS-1054/UG/P OR CS-1064/UG/P   DTDC, ISDA
BIT 4854 Analytics in Action 1a MGT 4854 CMDA-2014/UG/P AND BDS-2005/UG/P   DTDC
BMES 2004 Concussion Perspectives 1a OR 4       ABB
BMES 4015 BME Senior Design and Project 1a   BMES-3034/UG/P and Senior standing. For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both BMES 4015 and BMES 4016.  
BMES 4016 BME Senior Design and Project 1a   BMES-4015/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both BMES 4015 and BMES 4016.  
BSE 4554 Creating the Ecological City 3 OR 6a or 6d FREC 4554, HORT 4554, LAR 4554, SPIA 4554 HORT-2134/UG/P OR FREC-2134/UG/P AND Senior standing.   ECOC
CEE 2804 Introduction to CEE 1a     For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEE 2804, CEE 3304, CEE 4804  
CEE 3304 Fluid Mech for CEE 1a   ESM-2104/UG/C- AND CEE-2804/UG/C- For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEE 2804, CEE 3304, CEE 4804  
CEE 3804 Computer Applications for CEE 5a        
CEE 4804 Prof & Legal Issues Civil Eng 1a   CEE-2804/UG/C- For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEE 2804, CEE 3304, CEE 4804 STL
CEM 2104 Intro to CEM 1a     For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEM 2104, CEM 3084, CEM 4445, and CEM 4446.  
CEM 3074 Global Design and Construction 6d   Junior standing.     
CEM 3084 Construction Economy 1a   CEM-2104/UG/P OR BC-2024/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEM 2104, CEM 3084, CEM 4445, and CEM 4446.  
CEM 4445 CEM Capstone 1a   BC-3064/UG/P and Senior standing. For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEM 2104, CEM 3084, CEM 4445, and CEM 4446.  
CEM 4446 CEM Capstone 1a   CEM-3084/UG/P AND CEM-4445/UG/P and Senior standing. For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of CEM 2104, CEM 3084, CEM 4445, and CEM 4446.  
CHEM 1015 Chemistry in Context 4       MTSC
CHEM 1016 Chemistry in Context 4       MTSC
CHEM 1025 Chemistry in Context Lab 4        
CHEM 1026 Chemistry in Context Lab 4        
CHEM 1035 General Chemistry 4     Co: MATH 1025 or MATH 1225.  
CHEM 1036 General Chemistry 4   CHEM-1035/UG/P OR CHEM-1055/UG/P OR CHEM-1055H/UG/P Co: MATH 1025 or MATH 1225.  
CHEM 1045 General Chemistry Laboratory 4        
CHEM 1046 General Chemistry Laboratory 4        
CHEM 3054 Postconsumer Materials 4       MTSC
CHN 2734  Chinese Culture and Civ 2     Taught in English.  
CINE 2054 Introduction to Cinema 2        
CINE 4144 Topics in Cinema Studies 7     May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 9 credits.  
CLA 1134 Ancient Mediterranean World 2 RLCL 1134      
CLA 2224 Ancient Greek and Roman Women 2 HIST 2224      
CLA 2234 Classics in the Modern World 2 HIST 2234      
CLA 2434 Fairytale, Folklore, and Magic 2     In English.  
CLA 2444 Greek and Roman Myth 2 ENGL 2444, RLCL 2444   In English.  
CLA 2464 Myth, Philosophy, Video Games 2        
CMDA 2014 Data Matter 5a   MATH-1014/UG/P Some programming skills recommended, but not required. Some prior use of data recommended, but not required. DTDC
CMDA 4864 Comp Mod Data Analyt Capstone 5a   CMDA-3605/UG/P AND CMDA-3634/UG/P OR CS-3634/UG/P AND CMDA-3654/UG/P OR CS-3654/UG/P OR STAT-3654/UG/P    
CMDA 2984E Special Study 5a        
CMST 2064 The Rhetorical Tradition 2        
CMST 2134 Intro to Health Communication 3       ABB
COMM 1014 Introduction to Communication 3        
COMM 1015 Communication Skills 1f       SCOM
COMM 1016 Communication Skills 1f   COMM-1015/UG/P   SCOM
COMM 2004 Public Speaking 1a   Sophomore standing.   BOLD, SCOM
COMM 2084 Media and Society 3       BOLD
COMM 2094 Comm & Issues of Diversity 7   COMM-1016/UG/P OR ENGL-1106/UG/P    
COMM 2754H Topics in Tech Innovation 1f AND 7   COMM-1016/UG/P OR ENGL-1105/UG/P May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 3 credits.  
COMM 2764H Topics in Tech Innovation 1a   COMM-2754H/UG/P May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 3 credits.  
COMM 3154 Multimedia Reporting 1a   COMM-2024/UG/P AND COMM-2034/UG/P    
COMM 3214 Professional Communication 1a   COMM-1016/UG/P OR COMM-2004/UG/P   SCOM
CONS 2304 Consumer and Family Finances 5f        
CRIM 2504 Crime & Punishment Amer Hist 2 AND 7 HIST 2504      
CRIM 3124 Murder in American History 2 AND 7 HIST 3124      
CRIM 4474 Cyber Criminology 3   CRIM-3414/UG/P OR SOC-3414/UG/P AND Junior standing.   ISDA, PSSJ
CS 1014 Intro Computational Thinking 5f       DTDC, ISDA
CS 1064 Intro to Programming in Python 5f       ISDA
CS 2114 Softw Des & Data Structures 6d   CS-1114/UG/C    
CS 2164 Foundations Security Environ 3 OR 5f BIT 2164, PSCI 2164     ISDA
CS 2984E Special Study 5a        
CS 3114 Data Structures and Algorithms 5a   CS-2114/UG/C AND CS-2505/UG/C AND (MATH-2534/UG/P OR MATH-3034/UG/P)    
CS 4164 Future of Security 1a BIT 4164, PSCI 4164 PSCI-2164/UG/P OR BIT-2164/UG/P OR CS-2164/UG/P   ISDA
CSES 2244 Ag Global Food Sec and Health 4       GFSH
DANC 2004 Anatomy for Performers 6a AND 7        
DANC 2014 Introduction to Dance History 6a AND 7        
DANC 2024 Intro to Dance Techniques 6a     May be repeated once with different content for a maximum of 6 credits.  
DANC 2104 Moving Body, Moving Mind 6a HNFE 2104      
DANC 3024 Int/Adv Dance Techniques 6a   DANC-2024/UG/P May be repeated 3 times with different content for a maximum of 9 credits.  
ECE 4805 Senior Design Project 1a   ECE-2804/UG/C For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both ECE 4805 and ECE 4806.  
ECE 4806 Senior Design Project 1a   ECE-4805/UG/C- For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both ECE 4805 and ECE 4806.  
ECON 1104 Economics of Gender 3 AND 7        
ECON 1204 Economics of Race 3 AND 7     Does not count toward ECON major.  
ECON 1214 Econ Hist: Diversity&Inclusion 3 AND 7        
ECON 2005 Principles of Economics 3       GBP, GFSH, PPE
ECON 2006 Principles of Economics 3   ECON-2005/UG/P   GBP, GFSH, PPE
ECON 2894 Intro Philosophy Politics Econ 2 OR 3 PHIL 2894, PSCI 2894     PPE
ECON 3034 Poverty and Discrimination 3 AND 7   ECON-2005/UG/P   GBP
ECON 3054 Introduction to Forecasting 5a   STAT-3005/UG/P OR BIT-2405/UG/P    
ECON 3134 Choice and Behavior 3 BDS 3134 ECON-2005/UG/P    
ECON 4884 Adv Philosophy Politics Econ 1a OR 2 PHIL 4884, PSCI 4884 PHIL-2894/UG/P OR PSCI-2894/UG/P OR ECON-2894/UG/P AND Senior standing.   PPE
EDCI 2614 The Reading Mind 3        
EDCI 2674 Language, Culture, & Learning 3 AND 7        
EDCI 3024 Issues of Schooling in the US 3 AND 7        
EDCI 3144 Educ Excptnl Learners 3 HD 3144     DSST
EDCI 3954G Study Abroad 7        
EDCI 4244 Curr & Instr Middle Math 4-8 5a   MATH-1614/UG/P AND MATH-1624/UG/P AND EDCI-3244/UG/P    
EDCO 2004 Healthy Relationships 3 AND 7       ABB
EDEP 2444 Motivating Yourself and Others 3       ABB
ENGE 1215 Foundations of Engineering 6d       PPE
ENGE 1216 Foundations of Engineering 6d   ENGE-1215/UG/C-   PPE
ENGE 1414 Foundations of Engr Practice 6d        
ENGE 1644 Global STEM Practice 3       INNO
ENGE 2094 Create!: Ideation & Innovation 6d       INNO
ENGE 4094 Startup: Commercialization 3 IDS 4094, MGT 4094     INNO
ENGE 4104 Applied Exploration Innovation 5a OR 6d   STS-2254/UG/P AND ENGE-2094/UG/P AND (MGT-4094/UG/P OR ENGE-4094/UG/P OR IDS-4094/UG/P) AND 3 credits of foundational quantitative and computational thinking.    
ENGL 1105 First-Year Writing 1f        
ENGL 1106 First-Year Writing 1f   ENGL-1105/UG/P    
ENGL 1504 Introduction to Linguistics 3       LNGS
ENGL 1514 Language and Society 3 AND 7       LNGS
ENGL 1604 Introduction to Poetry 2        
ENGL 1614 Introduction to Short Fiction 2        
ENGL 1624 Intro to Detective Fiction 2        
ENGL 1634 Introduction to Shakespeare 2        
ENGL 1644 Intro to World Literature 2        
ENGL 1654 Intro to Science Fiction 2       INNO
ENGL 1664 Intro to Women's Literature 2        
ENGL 1704 The Harry Potter Phenomenon 2        
ENGL 2034 Analyzing Sounds of Language 5f   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   LNGS
ENGL 2444 Greek and Roman Myth 2 CLA 2444, RLCL 2444   In English.  
ENGL 2634 Writing and Social Justice 1a AND 7   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   APCE, PSSJ
ENGL 2644 Intro African-American Lit 2 AND 7 AFST 2644 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P    
ENGL 2744 Intro to Creative Writing 1a OR 6a or 6d   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P    
ENGL 3024 Religion and Literature 1a OR 2 RLCL 3024      
ENGL 3134 Gender and Linguistics 1a WGS 3134 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   LNGS
ENGL 3144 Language & Ethnicity in the US 1a OR 3 RLCL 3144, SOC 3144 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   APCE, LNGS
ENGL 3424 Topics Rus Lit in Eng 2 RUS 3424 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P May be repeated once with different content for a maximum of 6 credits. Readings and lectures in English. No knowledge of Russian required.  
ENGL 3434 The Works of Vladimir Nabokov 2 RUS 3434 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P Taught in English.  
ENGL 3534 Literature and the Environment 1a OR 2   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   BLPL, ECOC
ENGL 3694 Topics in World Novels 1a OR 2   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P    
ENGL 3764 Technical Writing 1a   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P AND Junior standing.    
ENGL 3844 Writing and Digital Media 1a   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   INNO
ENGL 4074 Syntax 5a   ENGL-1504/UG/P   LNGS
ENGL 4144 Phonology 5a   ENGL-1504/UG/P   LNGS
ENGL 4164 Studies in Shakespeare 1a OR 2   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P May be repeated twice with different content for a maximum of nine credit hours.  
ENSC 1015 Found Environmental Sci 4       BLPL, CAFS, PSUS
ENSC 1016 Found Environmental Sci 4       BLPL, CAFS, PSUS
ENT 2004 Insects and Human Society 4        
ENT 2804 Bees: Biol, Diversity, Sustain 4        
ESM 4015 Creative Design and Project 1a   ESM-3114/UG/P and Senior standing. For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both ESM 4015 and ESM 4016.  
ESM 4016 Creative Design and Project 1a   ESM-4015/UG/P and Senior standing. For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete both ESM 4015 and ESM 4016.  
FA 2004 Creativity & the Artistic Exp 6a       BOLD
FIN 2114 Invest & Financial Literacy 5f        
FIN 4014 Cyberlaw and Policy 3   Junior standing.   ISDA
FIW 2114 Prin Fish and Wildl 4       BIOD, PPE
FIW 2234 Fish, Fishing, & Conservation 3 OR 4       BIOD
FIW 4114 Biodiversity Conservation 3 OR 4   FIW-2114/UG/P Cannot be taken for credit by Wildlife Conservation (WLC) majors. BIOD
FMD 2224 Fashion Presentation Technique 6d   AHRM-1014/UG/P    
FR 2714 French Culture & Civ 2 OR 3     Taught in English.  
FR 3105 Gram/Composition/Conversation 1f   FR-2106/UG/P OR FR-2164/UG/P Conducted in French.  
FR 3106 Gram/Composition/Conversation 1f   FR-2106/UG/P OR FR-2164/UG/P Conducted in French.  
FR 3314 Intro to Francophone Studies 2   FR-3105/UG/P AND FR-3106/UG/P AND FR-3304/UG/P    
FR 3424 Medieval-Renaissance Culture 2   FR-3304/UG/P Taught in French.  
FR 3434 Baroque-Revolution Culture 2   FR-3304/UG/P Taught in French.  
FR 3444 Romantic-Belle Epoqué Culture 2   FR-3304/UG/P Taught in French.  
FR 3454 WWI-Contemporary Culture 2   FR-3304/UG/P Taught in French.  
FREC 1004 Digital Planet 5f GEOG 1084     BIOD, DTDC
FREC 2004 Forest Ecosystems 4       BLPL, ECOC, PPE
FREC 2114 Ecology of Appalachian Forests 4       APCE, BLPL, ECOC
FREC 2124 Forests, Society & Climate 3 OR 4       GFSH, PPE
FREC 2134 Plants & Greenspaces Urban Com 4 HORT 2134     CAFS, ECOC, PSUS
FREC 2554 Leading Global Sustainability 2 OR 3 LAR 2554, NR 2554     APCE, BLPL, CSE, PPE
FREC 3004 Environmental Informatics 5a   Sophomore standing.   BLPL, DTDC
FREC 3214 Forest Biometrics 5a   FREC-2214/UG/P AND (MATH-1026/UG/P OR MATH-1226/UG/P)    
FREC 3364 Environmental Silviculture 6d   FREC-2324/UG/P   BIOD
FREC 3524 Environmental Interpretation 1a   Junior standing.    
FREC 3734 Forest Fiber Supply 1a   Junior standing.    
FREC 4174 Climate Chng & Intl Policy 1a OR 3 IS 4174, PSCI 4174 FREC-2124/UG/P OR GEOG-1524/UG/P    
FREC 4354 Forest Soil and Watershed Mgmt 5a   CSES-3114/UG/P OR FREC-2004/UG/P OR ENSC-3114/UG/P OR GEOS-3614/UG/P OR CSES-3134/UG/P OR ENSC-3134/UG/P   BLPL, ECOC
FREC 4444 Integ Forest Mgt Practicum 6d   Senior standing.    
FREC 4454 Urban and Community Forestry 1a   Junior standing.   ECOC, PPE
FREC 4464 Water Resources Policy & Econ 3 AND 7 AAEC 4464, WATR 4464 AAEC-1005/UG/P   BLPL
FREC 4554 Creating the Ecological City 3 OR 6a or 6d BSE 4554, HORT 4554, LAR 4554, SPIA 4554 HORT-2134/UG/P OR FREC-2134/UG/P AND Senior standing.   ECOC
GEOG 1004 Intro Human Geography 3        
GEOG 1014 World Regions 3       PSSJ
GEOG 1084 Digital Planet 5f FREC 1004     BIOD, DTDC
GEOG 1115 Seeking Sustainability 3 NR 1115     APCE, BLPL, BOLD, PSUS
GEOG 1116 Seeking Sustainability 3 NR 1116 GEOG-1115/UG/P OR NR-1115/UG/P   APCE, BLPL, BOLD, PSUS
GEOG 1524 Intro Earth's Climate 4        
GEOG 2004 Water, Environment & Society 3 WATR 2004     BLPL, ISDA
GEOG 2054 Introduction to World Politics 3 IS 2054, PSCI 2054     ISDA, PSSJ, PPE, STL, VAS
GEOG 2064 Global Econ and World Politics 3 IS 2064, PSCI 2064     GBP, PPE, STL
GEOG 2244 Sustainable Urbanization 3 SPIA 2244     ECOC, GBP, PPE
GEOG 3104 Environ Prob Pop Dev 3       BIOD, BLPL, GFSH, ISDA, PPE
GEOG 3274 Polar Environments 1a   Sophomore standing.    
GEOG 3314 Cartography 6d        
GEOG 4074 Medical Geography 3   Junior Standing.    
GEOS 1004 Introduction to Earth Science 4        
GEOS 1014 Evolution of Earth-Life System 4        
GEOS 1024 Earth Resources, Soc, & Env 4       BLPL, MTSC, PSUS
GEOS 1034 Earth's Natural Hazards 4       ISDA, PSSJ
GEOS 1054 Age of Dinosaurs 4        
GEOS 1064 Climate History 4        
GEOS 1104 Intro to Earth Sciences Lab 1
       
GEOS 1124 Earth Res, Society & Env Lab 4        
GEOS 2014 Mission to the Planets 4        
GEOS 4024 Senior Seminar 1a   GEOS-2004/UG/P AND GEOS-2024/UG/P AND GEOS-2444/UG/P AND GEOS-3204/UG/P AND GEOS-3404/UG/P AND GEOS-3504/UG/P    
GER 2724 German Culture & Civ 2 OR 3     Taught in English.  
GER 3105 Gram/Comp/Conv 1f   GER-2106/UG/P OR GER-2114/UG/P Taught in German.  
GER 3106 Gram/Comp/Conv 1f   GER-3105/UG/P Taught in German.  
GER 3305 Survey of German Literature 2   (GER-3105/UG/P AND GER-3106/UG/P) OR (GER-3105/UG/P AND GER-3204/UG/P) OR (GER-3105/UG/P AND GER-3306/UG/P) OR (GER-3106/UG/P AND GER-3204/UG/P) OR (GER-3106/UG/P AND GER-3306/UG/P) Taught in German.  
GER 3306 Survey of German Literature 2   GER-3105/UG/P OR GER-3106/UG/P Taught in German.  
GER 3474 Topics in German Cinema 2 OR 6a     Taught in English.  Variable content.  May be taken twice for credit with different content.  
HD 1004 Human Development I 3       ABB, DSST
HD 1134 Intro to Disabilities Studies 2 AND 7       DSST
HD 2004 HD II: Adulthood & Aging 3       ABB
HD 2014 Integrative Health Practices 3 AND 7       ABB, PSSJ
HD 2104 Quantitative Community Researc 5f SOC 2104     DTDC, ISDA, PSSJ
HD 2314 Human Sexuality 3        
HD 3024 Community Analytics 5a   Sophomore standing.   CSE, ISDA, PSSJ
HD 3144 Educ Excptnl Learners 3 EDCI 3144     DSST
HD 3954C Study Abroad 3        
HD 3954G Study Abroad 7        
HIST 1014 Topics in Reacting to the Past 2     May be repeated one time with different content for a maximum of six credits.  
HIST 1024 Ancient History 2        
HIST 1025 Intro to European History 2 OR 3        
HIST 1026 Intro to European History 2 OR 3        
HIST 1115 History of the United States 2 AND 7        
HIST 1116 History of the United States 2 AND 7        
HIST 1215 Intro to World History 2 OR 3        
HIST 1216 Intro to World History 2 OR 3        
HIST 1224 Conquest Culture in Lat Am Emp 3        
HIST 1354 Conflict Security in East Asia 2 OR 3       ISDA, PSSJ
HIST 1515 History of Africa 2 OR 3        
HIST 1516 History of Africa 2 OR 3        
HIST 1764 History of Rock 'n' Roll 3 AND 7        
HIST 2054 Engineering Cultures 2 OR 3 STS 2054      
HIST 2104 Topics in US History 2 AND 7     Course may be repeated twice for a maximum of 9 credits.  
HIST 2114 Topics Crit Issues Euro Hist 2     Course may be repeated twice for a maximum of 9 credits.  
HIST 2124 Topics Crit Issues World Hist 2     May be repeated two times with different content for a maximum of 9 credit hours.  
HIST 2224 Ancient Greek and Roman Women 2 CLA 2224      
HIST 2234 Classics in the Modern World 2 CLA 2234      
HIST 2264 America in the 1960s 2 AND 7        
HIST 2275 African-American History 2 AND 7 AFST 2275      
HIST 2276 African-American History 2 AND 7 AFST 2276      
HIST 2374 Gods and Kings in India 2 RLCL 2374      
HIST 2384 Gandhi and Modern India 2 RLCL 2384      
HIST 2484 Modern Germany 3        
HIST 2504 Crime & Punishment Amer Hist 2 AND 7 CRIM 2504      
HIST 2604 Intro Data in Social Context 2 OR 5f SOC 2604, STS 2604     DTDC, ISDA, BOLD, PSSJ
HIST 2624 Topics Hist Data Soc Context 1a OR 2     May be repeated once for up to 6 hours of credit.  
HIST 2715 History of Technology 3 STS 2715     INNO, ISDA
HIST 2716 History of Technology 3 STS 2716     INNO, ISDA
HIST 3054 The American Civil War 1a OR 2       PSSJ
HIST 3114 History of Capitalism 2 OR 3       BOLD, PSSJ
HIST 3124 Murder in American History 2 AND 7 CRIM 3124      
HIST 3144 American Environmental History 2 OR 3       BIOD, BLPL, CAFS, ECOC, PSUS
HIST 3164 Sexuality in American History 2 AND 7        
HIST 3174 Native American History 2 AND 7 AINS 3174      
HIST 3304 World of Alexander the Great 2 OR 3        
HIST 3354 Reform & Rev Early Mod England 2        
HIST 3374 French Empire 2 OR 3        
HIST 3544 World War II 2 OR 3       PSSJ
HIST 3554 Age of Globalization 2 OR 3       BOLD
HIST 3564 The Cold War 2 OR 3       PSSJ
HIST 3654 Arab-Israeli Conflict 2       PSSJ
HIST 3714 War and Medicine 1a OR 2       ABB, ISDA
HIST 3724 Disease, Med, & Health 3 AND 7       ABB
HIST 3864 Development and Hum in Africa 2 OR 3 AFST 3864, IS 3864     PSSJ
HNFE 2104 Moving Body, Moving Mind 6a DANC 2104      
HNFE 2314 Active Transp for Health 3 SPIA 2314     ECOC
HNFE 2664 Behav Theory in Hlth Promotion 3       ABB
HORT 2134 Plants & Greenspaces Urban Com 4 FREC 2134     CAFS, ECOC, PSUS
HORT 2164 Floral Design 6a or 6d       BOLD
HORT 2184 Plants Places Culture Globally 3       CAFS, GFSH
HORT 4554 Creating the Ecological City 3 OR 6a or 6d BSE 4554, FREC 4554, LAR 4554, SPIA 4554 HORT-2134/UG/P OR FREC-2134/UG/P AND Senior standing.   ECOC
HTM 2454 Travel & Tourism Management 3       CAFS, EEMG, VAS
HTM 3424 Event Management 6d   Sophomore standing.   EEMG
HTM 3484 Socio-Cult Impacts of Tourism 2 OR 3       APCE, EEMG, GBP, VAS
HTM 4354 IT & Social Media in HTM 5a   Sophomore standing.   EEMG
HTM 4434 Event & Exp Wksp 7   Senior standing.   EEMG
HUM 1324 HUM: Mod World 2        
HUM 1604 Intro Hum and Arts 6a        
HUM 1704 Intro to Appalachian Studies 2 AND 7 APS 1704     APCE
HUM 2204 The Creative Process 6a        
HUM 2404 Folk Cultures in Appalachia 6d AND 7 APS 2404     APCE
HUM 2504 Intro Amer Studies 1a OR 2 RLCL 2504      
HUM 3034 Theories of Popular Culture 1a AND 7 RLCL 3034      
HUM 3204 Multicultural Communication 3 RLCL 3204     APCE, EEMG, GBP, LNGS, BOLD, PSSJ, VAS
HUM 4414 Issues in Appalachian Studies 1a APS 4414 HUM-1704/UG/P OR APS-1704/UG/P   APCE
HUM 3034H Theories of Popular Culture 1a AND 7 RLCL 3034H      
IDS 2114 History of Industrial Design 6a        
IDS 2124 History Modern Designers 6d        
IDS 4094 Startup: Commercialization 3 ENGE 4094, MGT 4094     INNO
IS 1004 Nations and Nationalities 3 AND 7 PSCI 1004      
IS 2054 Introduction to World Politics 3 GEOG 2054, PSCI 2054     ISDA, PSSJ, PPE, STL, VAS
IS 2064 Global Econ and World Politics 3 GEOG 2064, PSCI 2064     GBP, PPE, STL
IS 2484 Religion and Politics 2 AND 7 PSCI 2484, RLCL 2484      
IS 3864 Development and Hum in Africa 2 OR 3 AFST 3864, HIST 3864     PSSJ
IS 4174 Climate Chng & Intl Policy 1a OR 3 FREC 4174, PSCI 4174 FREC-2124/UG/P OR GEOG-1524/UG/P    
ISC 1005 Integrated Sci Reasoning 4        
ISC 1006 Integrated Sci Reasoning 4        
ISC 1105 Integrated Science I 4 OR 5f        
ISC 1106 Integrated Science I 4 OR 5f   ISC-1105/UG/P    
ISC 1115 Integrated Science Lab I 4        
ISC 1116 Integrated Sceince Lab I 4   ISC-1115/UG/P    
ISC 1106H Integrated Science I 4 OR 5f   ISC-1105/UG/P    
ISE 3034 Tech Comm for Engineers 1a   ENGL-1106/UG/P    
ITAL 3305 Intro to Ital Lit in Context 1a OR 2   ITAL-3105/UG/P OR ITAL-3106/UG/P Taught in Italian.  
ITAL 3306 Intro to Ital Lit in Context 1a OR 2   ITAL-3105/UG/P OR ITAL-3106/UG/P Taught in Italian.  
ITAL 3474 Topics in Italian Cinema 1a OR 2     Taught in English. May be repeated, with different content, for a maximum of 6 credit hours.  
ITDS 1114 Design Appreciation 6a or 6d       EEMG, BOLD, PSUS
ITDS 1224 Intro to Interior Design 6d        
ITDS 3114 Sustainable Design & Biophilia 6d        
JMC 2074 Introduction to Sports Media 3        
JUD 2134 Judaism 2 RLCL 2134      
JUD 2414 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament 2 RLCL 2414      
LAR 1254 Environment & Natural Systems 4 OR 5f       APCE, BLPL, ECOC
LAR 1264 Understand Represent Landscape 6a OR 6d       APCE
LAR 2154 Landscape Architecture History 6d        
LAR 2554 Leading Global Sustainability 2 OR 3 FREC 2554, NR 2554     APCE, BLPL, CSE, PPE
LAR 3044 Land Analysis & Site Planning 5a        
LAR 3264 People Community and Place 3   Junior Standing.    
LAR 4034 Evol of the Am Land 1a OR 2       APCE, ECOC
LAR 4084 Land Design & Planning Studio 6d   LAR-4014/UG/P   ECOC
LAR 4154 Design Built Environment 6a or 6d        
LAR 4554 Creating the Ecological City 3 OR 6a or 6d BSE 4554, FREC 4554, HORT 4554, SPIA 4554 HORT-2134/UG/P OR FREC-2134/UG/P AND Senior standing.   ECOC
MATH 1014 Precalc with Transcendental 5f    Two units of high school algebra and one of plane geometry are required.    
MATH 1025 Elementary Calculus 5f       BLPL
MATH 1026 Elementary Calculus 5f   MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P   BLPL
MATH 1225 Calculus of a Single Variable 5f        
MATH 1226 Calculus of a Single Variable 5f   MATH-1225/UG/C-    
MATH 1524 Business Calculus 5f   Assumes 2 units of high school algebra and 1 unit of geometry.    
MATH 1535 Geometry Mathematics of Design 5f   Assumes 2 units of high school algebra and 1 unit of high school geometry.     
MATH 1536 Geometry Mathematics of Design 5f   Assumes 2 units of high school algebra and 1 unit of high school geometry.     
MATH 2214 Intro Diff Equations 5a   MATH-1114/UG/P OR MATH-2114/UG/P OR MATH-2114H/UG/P OR MATH-2405H/UG/P AND MATH-1226/UG/P    
MATH 2214H Intro Diff Equations 5a   MATH-1114/UG/P OR MATH-2114/UG/P OR MATH-2114H/UG/P OR MATH-2405H/UG/P AND MATH-1226/UG/P    
ME 3024 Engineering Design & Econ 1a   ME-2004/UG/P AND MSE-2034/UG/P AND ESM-2204/UG/P AND ENGL-1106/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of ME 3024, ME 3034, and ME 4015-4016.  
ME 3034 Mech Engng Discourse 1a   ME-3024/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of ME 3024, ME 3034, and ME 4015-4016.  
ME 4015 Engineering Design and Project 1a   ME-3024/UG/P AND ME-3034/UG/P AND ME-3304/UG/P AND ME-3524/UG/P AND ME-3534/UG/P AND ME-3624/UG/P AND ME-4005/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of ME 3024, ME 3034, and ME 4015-4016.  
ME 4016 Engineering Design and Project 1a   ME-4015/UG/P For Pathways Advanced Discourse credit, must complete combination of ME 3024, ME 3034, and ME 4015-4016.  
MGT 2064 Foundations Entrepreneurship 3 OR 6d        
MGT 2204 Global Business of Pop Culture 2 AND 7        
MGT 2354 Leadership: Mgr & Entrepreneur 3   Sophomore Standing.   BOLD
MGT 2404 Multicultural Prob Analytics 5f BIT 2404 MATH-1025/UG/P AND (MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P) AND Sophomore standing.   GBP, PSSJ
MGT 2984G Special Study 7        
MGT 3444 Multi Diversity in Orgs 3 AND 7   Junior Standing.    GBP, BOLD, PSUS, PPE
MGT 4094 Startup: Commercialization 3 ENGE 4094, IDS 4094     INNO
MGT 4324 Bus and Prof Ethics 2 PHIL 4324     BOLD, PPE
MGT 4334 Ethical Leadership 1a AND 7   MGT-2354/UG/P OR MGT-3304/UG/P OR MGT-3404/UG/P   GBP, BOLD, PPE
MGT 4854 Analytics in Action 1a BIT 4854 CMDA-2014/UG/P AND BDS-2005/UG/P   DTDC
MINE 2114 Energy and Raw Materials 4       APCE, MTSC
MN 4005 Leadership & Mgt/Ethics 3   Sophomore Standing.   BOLD
MN 4006 Leadership & Mgt/Ethics 3   Sophomore Standing.   BOLD
MSE 1014 Mat Science Everyday Life 4       MTSC
MSE 2984D Special Study 4        
MUS 1104 Music Appreciation 6a        
MUS 1114 Listening in the Digital Age 6a        
MUS 2115 Survey of Western Music 2 OR 6a        
MUS 2116 Survey of Western Music 2 OR 6a        
MUS 2124 Music Traditions in Appalachia 6a or 6d APS 2124     APCE
MUS 3164 History of Electronic Music 2        
MUS 3314 Instrumental Ensemble Music 6a     May be repeated for a combined maximum of 8 hours. Consent and audition required. BOLD
MUS 3414 Choral Ensemble Music 6a     May be repeated for a combined maximum of 8 hours. Consent and audition required. BOLD
MUS 3164H History of Electronic Music 2        
NEUR 2464 Neuroscience and Society 4       ABB
NR 1115 Seeking Sustainability 3 GEOG 1115     BOLD, PSUS
NR 1116 Seeking Sustainability 3 GEOG 1116 NR-1115/UG/P OR GEOG-1115/UG/P   BOLD, PSUS
NR 2554 Leading Global Sustainability 2 OR 3 FREC 2554, LAR 2554     APCE, BLPL, CSE, PPE
PHIL 1204 Knowledge and Reality 2        
PHIL 1304 Morality and Justice 2       MTSC, PPE, STL
PHIL 2115 Ancient/Medieval Philosophy 2        
PHIL 2116 Ancient/Medieval Philosophy 2        
PHIL 2125 History of Modern Philosophy 2        
PHIL 2126 History of Modern Philosophy 2        
PHIL 2304 Global Ethics 2       ISDA, BOLD, PPE, STL
PHIL 2894 Intro Philosophy Politics Econ 2 OR 3 ECON 2894, PSCI 2894     PPE
PHIL 3015 Political Theory 2 PSCI 3015 PSCI-2014/UG/P   PPE
PHIL 3016 Political Theory 2 PSCI 3016 PSCI-2014/UG/P   PPE
PHIL 3024 Topics Philosophical Movements 2     May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 9 credits.  
PHIL 3314 Ethical Theory 2   3 Philosophy credits required.   PSSJ, PPE
PHIL 3334 Ethics & Artific Intell 2        
PHIL 3414 Aesthetics 2        
PHIL 3454 Philosophy of Religion 2 RLCL 3454      
PHIL 4304 Political Philosophy 2   3 Philosophy credits required.   PPE
PHIL 4324 Bus and Prof Ethics 2 MGT 4324     BOLD, PPE
PHIL 4334 Jurisprudence 2   3 Philosophy credits required.   PSSJ, PPE
PHIL 4884 Adv Philosophy Politics Econ 1a OR 2 ECON 4884, PSCI 4884 PHIL-2894/UG/P OR PSCI-2894/UG/P OR ECON-2894/UG/P AND Senior standing.   PPE
PHIL 1304H Morality and Justice 2        
PHYS 1055 Introduction to Astronomy 4        
PHYS 1056 Introduction to Astronomy 4        
PHYS 2074 Contemporary Physics 4        
PHYS 2205 General Physics 4   MATH-1016/UG/P OR MATH-1016H/UG/P OR MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-2015/UG/P OR MATH-1026/UG/P OR MATH-1205/UG/P OR MATH-1205H/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P OR MATH-1535/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1225H/UG/P OR MATH-1225H/UG/P    
PHYS 2206 General Physics 4   PHYS-2305/UG/P OR PHYS-2205/UG/P    
PHYS 2215 General Physics Laboratory 4     Should be taken concurrently and in phase with lecture sequence, 2205-2206.  
PHYS 2216 General Physics Laboratory 4   PHYS-2215/UG/P OR PHYS-2305/UG/P Should be taken concurrently and in phase with lecture sequence, 2205-2206. II  
PHYS 2305 Foundations of Physics 4   (MATH-1205/UG/P OR MATH-1205H/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P) OR (MATH-1206/UG/P OR MATH-1206H/UG/P OR MATH-1226/UG/P) Co: 2325 or (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226) for 2305. Pre: (MATH 1205 or MATH 1205H or MATH 1225) or (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226) for 2305; (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226), 2305 for 2306. (3H,3L,4C)  
PHYS 2306 Foundations of Physics 4   (MATH-1206/UG/P OR MATH-1206H/UG/P OR MATH-1226/UG/P) AND PHYS-2305/UG/P Co: 2325 or (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226) for 2305. Pre: (MATH 1205 or MATH 1205H or MATH 1225) or (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226) for 2305; (MATH 1206 or MATH 1206H or MATH 1226), 2305 for 2306. (3H,3L,4C)  
PM 4744 Housing Challenges & Policies 3 AND 7        
PPWS 2004 Mysterious Mushrooms & Molds 4        
PPWS 2754 Weeds That Shape Our World 4        
PR 2044 Principles of Public Relations 3       EEMG, SCOM
PR 3144 Writing and Editing for PR 1a   COMM-2024/UG/P    
PSCI 1004 Nations and Nationalities 3 AND 7 IS 1004      
PSCI 1014 US Gov & Politics 3 AND 7       STL
PSCI 1024 Comp Gov & Politics 3 IS 1024     STL, VAS
PSCI 2054 Introduction to World Politics 3 GEOG 2054, IS 2054     ISDA, PSSJ, PPE, STL, VAS
PSCI 2064 Global Econ and World Politics 3 GEOG 2064, IS 2064     GBP, PPE, STL
PSCI 2164 Foundations Security Environ 3 OR 5f BIT 2164, CS 2164     ISDA
PSCI 2484 Religion and Politics 2 AND 7 IS 2484, RLCL 2484      
PSCI 2894 Intro Philosophy Politics Econ 2 OR 3 ECON 2894, PHIL 2894     PPE
PSCI 3015 Political Theory 2 PHIL 3015     PPE
PSCI 3016 Political Theory 2 PHIL 3016     PPE
PSCI 4164 Future of Security 1a BIT 4164, CS 4164 PSCI-2164/UG/P OR BIT-2164/UG/P OR CS-2164/UG/P   ISDA
PSCI 4174 Climate Chng & Intl Policy 1a OR 3 FREC 4174, IS 4174 FREC-2124/UG/P OR GEOG-1524/UG/P    
PSCI 4884 Adv Philosophy Politics Econ 1a OR 2 ECON 4884, PHIL 4884 PHIL-2894/UG/P OR PSCI-2894/UG/P OR ECON-2894/UG/P AND Senior standing.   PPE
PSVP 2044 Peace and Violence 3       ISDA, PSSJ
PSYC 1004 Introductory Psychology 3       ABB
PSYC 2034 Developmental Psychology 3   PSYC-1004/UG/P   ABB
PSYC 2044 Psychology of Learning 3   PSYC-1004/UG/P   ABB, EEMG
PSYC 2064 Intro Neuroscience of Behavior 4   PSYC-1004/UG/P   ABB
PSYC 2084 Social Psychology 3   PSYC-1004/UG/P    
PSYC 3014 Abnormal Psychology 3   PSYC-1004/UG/P   ABB, DSST
PSYC 3024 Human Behaviors Nat Environ 3 AND 7   PSYC-1004/UG/P   ABB
PSYC 4194 Predicting Social Behavior 5a BDS 4194 (PSYC-1094/UG/P OR ECON-3254/UG/P) AND (BIT-2405/UG/P OR STAT-2004/UG/P OR STAT-3604/UG/P OR STAT-3005/UG/P OR STAT-3615/UG/P)    
REAL 2034 Real Estate Data Analysis 5f   UAP-2004/UG/P OR REAL-2004/UG/P AND REAL-2014/UG/P OR REAL-1014/UG/P    
RED 2604 Residential Design 6d        
RED 2654 Residential Environments 6d   AHRM-1014/UG/P    
RED 4604 Environ & Sustain Housing 3 AND 7       ECOC
RED 4664 Universal Design 6d       DSST, INNO
RED 4604H Environ & Sustain Housing 3 AND 7        
RLCL 1004 Intro to Religion & Culture 2 OR 3       VAS
RLCL 1024 Judaism, Christianity, Islam 2        
RLCL 1034 Religion and the Modern World 2        
RLCL 1044 Religious Ethics 2        
RLCL 1134 Ancient Mediterranean World 2 CLA 1134      
RLCL 1214 The Medieval World 2        
RLCL 1904 Religion and Culture In Asia 2        
RLCL 2054 Ethnography: Studying Culture 3 SOC 2054     APCE
RLCL 2124 Religion in American Life 2 AND 7        
RLCL 2134 Judaism 2 JUD 2134      
RLCL 2204 Race & Gender in Rel & Cult 2 AND 7 AFST 2204, WGS 2204      
RLCL 2324 Islam 2        
RLCL 2374 Gods and Kings in India 2 HIST 2374      
RLCL 2384 Gandhi and Modern India 2 HIST 2384      
RLCL 2414 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament 2 JUD 2414      
RLCL 2424 New Testament 2        
RLCL 2444 Greek and Roman Mythology 2 CLA 2444, ENGL 2444   In English.  
RLCL 2464 Religion and Science 3 STS 2464      
RLCL 2484 Religion and Politics 2 AND 7 IS 2484, PSCI 2484      
RLCL 2504 Intro Amer Studies 1a OR 2 HUM 2504      
RLCL 2514 Asian American Experience 3 SOC 2514      
RLCL 3024 Religion and Literature 1a OR 2 ENGL 3024      
RLCL 3034 Theories of Popular Culture 1a AND 7 HUM 3034      
RLCL 3144 Language & Ethnicity in the US 1a OR 3 ENGL 3144, SOC 3144 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   APCE, LNGS
RLCL 3204 Multicultural Communication 3 HUM 3204     APCE, EEMG, GBP, LNGS, BOLD, PSSJ, VAS
RLCL 3214 Religion and Culture in India 2        
RLCL 3224 Religion in China and Japan 2        
RLCL 3414 Jesus in Earliest Christianity 2        
RLCL 3424 Christian Orthodoxy and Heresy 2        
RLCL 3454 Philosophy of Religion 2 PHIL 3454      
RLCL 1004H Intro to Religion & Culture 2 OR 3        
RLCL 1904H Religion and Culture in Asia 2        
RLCL 3034H Theories of Popular Culture 1a AND 7 HUM 3034H      
RUS 2734 Intro Rus Culture and Civ 2     Taught in English.  
RUS 3304 Survey 19th Century Rus Lit 2   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P Taught in English.  
RUS 3314 Survey 20th Century Rus Lit 2   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P Taught in English.  
RUS 3424 Topics Rus Lit in Eng 2 ENGL 3424 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P May be repeated once with different content for a maximum of 6 credits. Readings and lectures in English. No knowledge of Russian required.  
RUS 3434 The Works of Vladimir Nabokov 2 ENGL 3434 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P Taught in English.  
SBIO 2504 Circular Economy Analytics 5a   MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1524/UG/P OR MATH-1535/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P    
SOC 1004 Introductory Sociology 3 AND 7       VAS
SOC 1014 Intro Social Anthrop 3        
SOC 2004 Social Problems 3 AND 7       PSSJ
SOC 2014 Soc Intimate Relationships 3 AND 7        
SOC 2024 Soc of Race and Ethnicity 3 AND 7        
SOC 2034 Diversity Community Engagement 3 AND 7       APCE, CSE, EEMG, GBP, PSSJ
SOC 2054 Ethnography: Studying Culture 3 RLCL 2054     APCE
SOC 2104 Quantitative Community Researc 5f HD 2104     DTDC, ISDA, PSSJ
SOC 2304 Individual In Society 3        
SOC 2514 Asian American Experience 3 RLCL 2514      
SOC 2604 Intro Data in Social Context 2 OR 5f HIST 2604, STS 2604     DTDC, ISDA, BOLD, PSSJ
SOC 3144 Language & Ethnicity in the US 1a OR 3 ENGL 3144, RLCL 3144 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   APCE, LNGS
SOC 3314 Social Movements 3 AND 7   SOC-1004/UG/P   PSSJ
SPAN 2744 Topics in Spanish Culture 2     Taught in English. Course may be repeated, with different topics, for a maximum of 6 credits. (3H,3C)  
SPAN 2754 Topics in Spanish Amer Culture 2     Taught in English. Course may be repeated, with different topics, for a maximum of 6 credits.  
SPAN 2764 Intro Latino American Studies 2 OR 3     In English. APCE
SPAN 2774 Minority Lang & Span Context 2 OR 3     Taught in English.  Does not count toward the Spanish major or minor. LNGS
SPAN 3105 Gram/Composition/Conv 1f   SPAN-2106/UG/P Not recommended for native speakers of Spanish.  
SPAN 3106 Gram/Composition/Conv 1f   SPAN-3105/UG/P Not recommended for native speakers of Spanish.  
SPAN 3304 Intro Hispanic Literature 2   SPAN-3106/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3404 Early Penin Culture & Lit 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3414 Modern Penin Culture & Lit 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3444 Early Span-Am Culture & Lit 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P    
SPAN 3464 Mod Mexican/Central Am Cult Lt 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3474 Mod Spanish Caribbean Cult Lit 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3484 Mod Andean/S Cone Cult Lit 2   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3494 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics 3   SPAN-3304/UG/P   LNGS
SPAN 3514 Span Medical Professions 2 AND 7   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3534 Spanish Business Professions 2 AND 7   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPAN 3544 Sounds of Spanish 3   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish. LNGS
SPAN 3564 Community through Service 2 AND 7   SPAN-3304/UG/P Taught in Spanish.  
SPIA 1024 Community Service Learning 3       CSE, GBP
SPIA 2005 Intro to Urban Analytics 5a       DTDC
SPIA 2006 Intro to Urban Analytics 5a       DTDC
SPIA 2024 Community Systems Thinking 3       CSE
SPIA 2104 Urban Analytics for Decisions 5a       DTDC
SPIA 2244 Sustainable Urbanization 3 GEOG 2244     ECOC, GBP, PPE
SPIA 2314 Active Transp for Health 3 HNFE 2314     ECOC
SPIA 2554 Collaborative Policy & Plan 3 AND 7       MTSC
SPIA 4464 Data & Art of Policy and Plans 5a       GBP, MTSC
SPIA 4554 Creating the Ecological City 3 OR 6a or 6d BSE 4554, FREC 4554, HORT 4554, LAR 4554 HORT-2134/UG/P OR FREC-2134/UG/P AND Senior standing.   ECOC
SPIA 4784 Community Systems Capstone 1a   (SPIA-1024/UG/P OR SOC-2034/UG/P) AND SPIA-2024/UG/P AND 3 credits in Discourse.   CSE
STAT 1014 Data in Our Lives 5f       DTDC
STAT 2004 Introductory Statistics 5f   MATH-1014/UG/P OR MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1524/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P    
STAT 3005 Statistical Methods 5a   MATH-1205/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P Co: MATH 1206 or MATH 1226 for 3005.  
STAT 3604 Statistics for Social Science 5a   MATH-1014/UG/P OR MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1524/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P   DTDC
STAT 3615 Biological Statistics 5a   MATH-1205/UG/P OR MATH-1525/UG/P OR MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1025/UG/P OR MATH-1524/UG/P OR ISC-1105/UG/P    
STL 2304 Foundations of STL 3   ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P   STL
STL 4314 Current Topics in STL 1a   STL-2304/UG/P OR STL-4304/UG/P OR STL-4324/UG/P   STL
STL 4324 Global Aspects of IP 2   Senior standing.   STL
STS 1504 Intro Science, Tech, Society 2 OR 3       STL
STS 2054 Engineering Cultures 2 OR 3 HIST 2054      
STS 2154 The Life Sciences and Society 2       ABB, INNO, STL
STS 2254 Innovation in Context 2       INNO
STS 2444 Global Sci & Tech Policy 2 OR 3       MTSC
STS 2454 Science Tech & Environment 2       BIOD, ISDA, MTSC
STS 2464 Religion and Science 3 RLCL 2464      
STS 2604 Intro Data in Social Context 2 OR 5f HIST 2604, SOC 2604     DTDC, ISDA, BOLD, PSSJ
STS 2715 History of Technology 3 HIST 2715     INNO, ISDA
STS 2716 History of Technology 3 HIST 2716     INNO, ISDA
STS 3104 Sci & Tech in Modern Society 2        
STS 3284 Technology and Disability 2 OR 6d       DSST, INNO
STS 3314 Medical Dilemmas & Human Exper 2        
STS 3334 Energy and Society 2 OR 3       APCE, INNO, MTSC, PSUS, PSSJ
TA 2014 Introduction to Theatre 2 OR 6a        
TA 2024 Introduction to Acting 2 OR 6a       PSUS
TA 2204 Creative Dance 6a or 6d        
TA 2404 Intro App Collaborative Tech 1a OR 6a or 6d       APCE, CSE, BOLD
TA 2984G Special Study 7        
TA 2984M Special Study 6a        
TA 3984M Special Study 6a        
UH 2504 Discourse & Global Citizenship 1a        
UH 2514 QuantComp Think Global Citizen 5a     Course cannot be repeated for credit.  
UH 2524 Nat Sci & Global Citizenship 4        
UH 2534 Desn/Arts & Global Citizenship 6a or 6d        
UH 2544 Soc Sci & Global Citizenship 3        
UH 2554 Humanities&Global Citizenship 2        
UH 2744 Topics Comp Tech Soc Innov 5f   MATH-1014/UG/P May be repeated 5 times with different content for a maximum of 6 credits.  
UH 2754 Adv Topic Comp Tech Soc Innov 5a   MATH-1225/UG/P OR MATH-1524/UG/P OR MATH-1535/UG/P May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 3 credits.  
UH 2764 Adv Topic Comp Engr Soc Innov 5a   UH-2744/UG/P May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 3 credits.  
UH 2814 Soc Sci Tech Innov Soc Impact 3     May be repeated 5 times with different content for a maximum of 6 credits.  
UH 2824 Arts Tech Innov Soc Impact 6a     May be repeated 2 times with different content for a maximum of 3 credits.  
UH 2834 Hum Tech Innov Soc Impact 2     May be repeated 5 times with different content for a maximum of 6 credits.  
UH 2855 Calhoun Trans Fusion Studio 6d        
UH 2856 Calhoun Trans Fusion Studio 6d   UH-2855/UG/P    
UNIV 1824 Pathways to Success Exploring 3        
WATR 2004 Water, Environment & Society 3 GEOG 2004      
WATR 4464 Water Resources Policy & Econ 3 AND 7 AAEC4464, FREC4464 AAEC-1005/UG/P   BLPL
WGS 1824 Intro Women's & Gender Studies 2 OR 3       PSSJ
WGS 2204 Race & Gender in Rel & Cult 2 AND 7 AFST 2204, RLCL 2204      
WGS 3134 Gender and Linguistics 1a ENGL 3134 ENGL-1106/UG/P OR ENGL-1204H/UG/P OR COMM-1016/UG/P   LNGS