Arts and Sciences (AS)
The following courses are offered in support of nondepartmental Interdisciplinary programs sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and constitute a portion of the curricular requirements of those programs.
11001 Foundations of Modern Thought I (4)**
First-semester course in which students learn eight ideas fundamental to contemporary thought through a wide variety of materials from social science, science and humanities. Offered at the Regional Campuses only. Prerequisite: none.
11002 Foundations of Modern Thought II (4)**
The second course in which students learn eight ideas fundamental to contemporary thought through a wide variety of materials from social science, science and humanities. Offered at the Regional Campuses only. Prerequisite: AS 11001.
22001 Introduction to Jewish Studies (3)
Introductory examination of issues of Jewish life, culture, religion and society from antiquity to the present. Prerequisite: none.
22069 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Studies (3)
An introductory examination of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. Prerequisite: none.
30196 Individual Investigation (1-3)
(Repeatable for credit) Registration requires prior approval from the College of Arts and Sciences office. Prerequisite: special approval.
30210 Social structure and Processes in Europe (3)
Introduction to social life in today's Europe, contrasting the European situation with other parts of the world, predominantly the United States. This course is only available for semester abroad. Prerequisite: none.
40197 Russian Area Studies Colloquium (3)
(Repeatable for credit) Interdisciplinary investigation of selected basic problems in 19th- and 20th-century Russia and the U.S.S.R. Prerequisites: special approval.
43001 Legal Information Sources and Services (3)
Fundamentals of legal research methods and major sources of American legal literature in print and electronic formats as used in other disciplines. Students learn how to formulate a research plan based on legal analysis of issues using relevant, authoritative legal resources.
This program, administered by the dean, is intended to encourage interdisciplinary study, to cover areas not treated adequately in traditional coursework and to make available promptly the new and significant experience of the faculty.
Requests for the scheduling of these courses are made by faculty members or students to the sponsoring departments or to the dean. The departments concerned clear the proposed course with the Curriculum Committee of the college.
Because the content varies with each offering, any of these courses may be repeated for credit.
10095 Special Topics (1-5)*
20095 Special Topics (1-5)*
30095 Special Topics (1-5)
40095 Special Topics (1-5)
*Course ineligible to be repeated for GPA recalculation.
**Courses offered only at Regional Campuses.