Entry Courses to the Major

Courses recommended by major departments and programs for students interested in exploring a particular major.

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  • AFRC 1001 Introduction to Africana Studies
  • AFRC 2002 Introduction to African Studies
  • AFRC 1176 Afro-American History 1550-1876
  • AFRC 1177 Afro-American History 1876 to Present
  • AFRC 2325 August Wilson & Beyond
  • AFRC 2430 Race, Science & Justice

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  • ANCH 0100 Ancient Near East
  • ANCH 0101 Ancient Greece
  • ANCH 0102 Ancient Rome
  • ANCH 1100 Ancient Mediterranean Empires

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  • ANTH 0020 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 0030 Introduction to Human Evolution
  • ANTH 0040 The Modern World and Its Cultural Background
  • ANTH 0050 Great Transformations
  • ANTH 0120 Globalization And Its Historical Significance
  • ANTH 1230 Communication & Culture
  • ANTH 1430 Being Human: Biology, Culture & Human Diversity
  • ANTH 1480 Food and Fire: Archaeology in the Laboratory

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  • ARCH 1020 Introduction to Design
  • ARCH 0111 Architecture in the Anthropocene
  • ARTH 1060 Architect and History

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  • ASAM 0103 Asian American Literature
  • ASAM 0102 Asian American History
  • ASAM 0100 Introduction to Asian American Studies
  • ASAM 0101 Asian American Communities

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  • CHEM 1151 Honors Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1161 Honors Chemistry II
  • CHEM 2410 Principles of Organic Chemistry. Note that this course has CHEM 1012 and CHEM 1022 as pre-requisites.
  • CHEM 2510 Principles of Biological Chemistry (CHEM 2420 or CHEM 2425 co-requisite)
  • MATH 1410 Calculus II OR MATH 1610 Honors Calculus
  • PHYS 0151 or PHYS 0171, CHEM 2410 or CHEM 2420 and CHEM 2510 should be completed by end of the sophomore year.

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Track I: Recommended for students with A.P., I.B. or other advanced biology courses and high school chemistry.

  • BIOL 1121 Introduction to Biology - The Molecular Biology of Life (lec. and rec., 1.0 c.u.)
  • BIOL 1123 Introductory Molecular Biology Laboratory (lab only, 0.5 c.u.), must be taken concurrently with BIOL 1121
  • BIOL 1124 Introductory Organismal Biology Lab (lab with one hour lecture, 0.5 c.u.)

Track II: Recommended for students with one year of high school biology.

  • BIOL 1101 Introduction to Biology A (lec. and lab, 1.5 c.u.)
  • BIOL 1102 Introduction to Biology B (lecture and lab, 1.5 c.u.)

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The main introduction to the major is:

  • PHYS 2280 Physical Models of Biological Systems

Note that PHY 2280 has PHYS 0101, MATH 1400 and MATH 1410 or MATH 1510 as pre-requisites

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Courses that introduce the major:

  • CHEM 1011 General Chemistry I with CHEM 1101 lab (for students will little high school preparation in Chemistry and Physics)
  • CHEM 1012 General Chemistry I with CHEM 1101 lab
  • CHEM 1151 Honors Chemistry I with CHEM 1101 lab

Students who have passed the CHEM 1012 placement exam may take:

  • CHEM 1022 General Chemistry II with CHEM 1102 lab
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  • CHEM 1161 Honors Chemistry II with CHEM 1102 lab

Students who have passed BOTH CHEM 1012 and CHEM 1022 Placement exams should consult the Chemistry Major website.

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  • CIMS 1010 World Film History to 1945
  • CIMS 1020 World Film History 1945-Present
  • CIMS 1030 Television and New Media
  • CIMS 1160 Screenwriting Workshop
  • CIMS 2010, CIMS 2011, CIMS 2012, CIMS 2013, CIMS 2014, CIMS 2015, CIMS 2016 Topics in Film History Courses
  • CIMS 2020, CIMS 2021, CIMS 2022 Topics in Film Practice Courses
  • CIMS 2850 Art and Business of Film
  • CIMS 3200 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES ANIMATION
  • CIMS 5110 Topics in Cinema & Media Studies

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  • ANCH 0101 Ancient Greece
  • ANCH 0102 Ancient Rome

Any 100-level course, such as:

  • CLSC 1000 Greek and Roman Mythology
  • CLST 1700 Classical Traditions
  • CLST 1300 Introduction to Mediterranean Archaeology
  • CLST 1600 Dangerous Books
  • ANCH 1100 Ancient Mediterranean Empires

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  • COGS 1001 Introduction to Cognitive Science

Also counting toward this major:

  • NETS 1120 Networked Life
  • CIS 1600 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
  • LING 0001 Introduction to Linguistics
  • LING 0600 Introduction to Sociolinguistics
  • LING 0500 Introduction to Formal Linguistics
  • LING 1100 The History of Words
  • PHIL 1710 Introduction to Logic
  • PHIL 2640 Introduction to Philosophy of Mind
  • PSYC 1340 Perception
  • PSYC 1230 Cognitive Neuroscience
  • PSYC 1310 Language and Thought

 

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  • COMM 1230 Critical Approaches to Popular Culture
  • COMM 1250 Introduction to Communication Behavior
  • COMM 1300 Media Industries and Society
  • COMM 2640 Media, Culture & Society in Contemporary China
  • COMM 2600 Media Activism Studies
  • COMM 2100 Quantitative Research Methods in Communication
  • COMM 2250 Children & Media
  • COMM 2300 Advertising and Society
  • COMM 2320 Gender and Media
  • COMM 2260 Introduction to Political Communication
  • COMM 2860 Masculinity and the Media

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  • COML 0540 Literary Theory, Ancient to Modern
  • COML 1000 Introduction to Comparative Lit
  • COML 1025 Narrative Across Cultures
  • COML 1400 Intro to Literary Theory
  • COML 2410 Literary Theory

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  • ENGL 3010: Introduction to Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3101: Poetry Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3111: Experimental Writing
  • ENGL 3200: Fiction Writing Workshop
  • ENGL 3252: Writing for Young Adults
  • ENGL 3307: Creative Nonfiction Writing
  • ENGL 3411: The Arts and Popular Culture
  • ENGL 3417: Political Journalism
  • ENGL 3501: Writing and Witnessing
  • ENGL 3516: Writing as Translation

Creative Writing - Journalistic Writing Minor

  • ENGL 3010: Introduction to Creative Writing
  • ENGL 3020 Extreme Noticing
  • ENGL 3307: Creative Nonfiction Writing
  • ENGL 3411: The Arts and Popular Culture
  • ENGL 3417: Political Journalism English 3426: The Art of Editing

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  • CRIM 1000 Criminology
  • CRIM 1100 Criminal Justice
  • CRIM 2070 Biopsychosocial Criminology

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  • DSGN 0010 Art, Design & Digital Culture
  • DSGN 0020 Design 21: Design After the Digital
  • DSGN 1040 Open Book
  • DSGN 1070 Graphic Design with Creative Technologies
  • DSGN 3020 Contemporary Theories in Design
  • DSGN 3040 Language of Design

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  • EESC 1000 Introduction to Geology

Good entry courses also include:

  • ENVS 1000 Intro to Environmental Science (for the Environmental Science concentration)
  • EESC 1002 Geology Lab
  • EESC 1060 Natural Disturbances & Human Disasters
  • EESC 1050 Earth & Life Through Time
  • EESC 1030 Oceanography
  • EESC 1500 Paleontology (for the Paleobiology concentration)
  • Introductory Chemistry, Physics, Math and/or Biology are also recommended in the first two years.

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  • EALC 0020 Intro to Chinese Civilization
  • EALC 0040 Intro to Japanese Civilization
  • EALC 0060 Intro to Korean Civilization
  • EALC 5080 Intro to Inner Asian Civilization
  • EALC 0001 East Asia: Past and Present
  • EALC 0500 East Asian Religions
  • EALC 0100 Art and Civilization in East Asia
  • EALC 104 Political Economy of East Asia
  • EALC 1711 East Asian Diplomacy

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Gateway Courses

  • EALC 0020 Intro to Chinese Civilization
  • EALC 0040 Introduction to Japanese Civilization
  • EALC 0060 Intro to Korean Civilization

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  • EALC 0500 East Asian Religions
  • EALC 1780 The Mongol Century
  • EALC 2236 Seminar in Modern Chinese Literature
  • EALC 1521 Introduction to Classical Chinese Thought
  • EALC 1242 Love and Loss in Japanese Literary Traditions: In Translation
  • EALC 1746 Japan: Age of the Samurai
  • EALC 0080 Mongol Civilization: Nomadic and Sedentary

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  • ECON 0100 Intro Microeconomics
  • ECON 0200 Intro Macroeconomics
  • MATH 1400 Calculus, Part I
  • MATH 1410 Calculus, Part II

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  • ENGL 1020 Literature Before 1660
  • ENGL 1820 British Poetry 1660-1914
  • ENGL 0010 Study of an Author (versions include Chaucer, Austen, Poe, Dickens, and Faulkner)
  • ENGL 0020 Study of a Literary Theme (versions include Lit of the Viet Nam War and Global Feminisms)
  • ENGL 0030 Study of a Literary Genre (versions include Pirates and Modernist Laughter)
  • ENGL 0040 Study of a Literary Period (versions include Medieval Worlds and The 20th Century)
  • ENGL 0050 Literature and Society
  • ENGL 0060 Literature and Law
  • ENGL 0070 Literature and Medicine
  • ENGL 1270 Asian American Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 1300 Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • ENGL 0301 Emotions
  • ENGL 3001 First-Year Seminar (versions include Harlem Renaissance, Dangerous Literature, Medieval Worlds, Kerouac and Counterculture)

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  • ENVS 1000 Intro. to Environmental Science

Good entry courses also include:

  • EESC 1000 Intro to Geology
  • EESC 1060 Natural Disturbances & Human Disasters
  • EESC 1030 Oceanography
  • EESC 1050 Earth and Life Through Time
  • Introductory Economics and Statistics are also recommended in the first two years.

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  • FNAR 0010 Drawing I
  • FNAR 0020 Contemporary Art Studio
  • FNAR 0030 Space/Form
  • FNAR 1010 Video I
  • FNAR 1060  Sculpture  Practices
  • FNAR 1090 Painting Practices
  • FNAR 1100 Introduction to Printmaking
  • FNAR 1040 Digital Photography
  • FNAR 1050 Mixed Media Animation
  • DSGN 0010 Art, Design & Digital Culture

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  • FREN 1000 Advanced French
  • FREN 2130 French for Business I
  • FREN 1212 Advanced French Grammar & Composition
  • FREN 1214 Advanced Composition and Conversation
  • FREN 2170 French Phonetics
  • FREN 1226 French History & Culture Until 1789
  • FREN 1227 French History & Culture 1789-1945
  • FREN 2280 Contemporary France
  • FREN 1231 Perspectives in French Literature: Love and Passion
  • FREN 1232 Perspectives in French Literature: The Individual and Society

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  • GSWS 0002 Gender and Society
  • GSWS 0003 Introduction to Queer Studies
  • GSWS 0228: Studying Sex
  • GSWS 1011 The Family
  • GSWS 1101 Sociology of Gender
  • GSWS 1172: Bodies, Race and Rights: Sex and Citizenship in Modern American History
  • GSWS 1173: History of Sexuality in the U.S.
  • GSWS 1260: Latinx Literature and Culture
  • GSWS 1300: Theories of Gender and Sexuality
  • GSWS 1400: Asian American Gender and Sexualities
  • GSWS 1490 Law and Social Policy of Sexual Reproduction
  • GSWS 1800: Introduction to Queer Art
  • GSWS 2700: Folklore and Sexuality
  • GSWS 2770: Gender, Sex & Urban Life

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  • GRMN 2100, Texts and Contexts
  • GRMN 2190, German Business World, A Macro Perspective
  • GRMN 2290, Business German: A Micro Perspective
  • GRMN 3110, Handschrift-Hypertext: Deutsche Medien
  • GRMN 3120, Places of Memory. Erinnerungsorte.
  • GRMN 4100, Trans(l)its
  • GRMN 4201, Senior Thesis

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  • HSOC 0400 Medicine in History
  • HSOC 0480 Health and Societies
  • HSOC 0311 Addiction: Understanding how we get hooked and how we recover
  • HSOC 0313 Cane and Able: Disability in America
  • HSOC 0387 Epidemics in History
  • HSOC 1330 Bioethics
  • HSOC 2457 History of Bioethics
  • HSOC 0490 Comparative Medicine
  • HSOC 1411 American Health Policy
  • HSOC 2563 Doing Good: Humanitarianism and Global Health
  • HSOC 2537 Gender and Health
  • First-year seminars are also a great introduction to the major.

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  • SPAN 1000 Advanced Spanish
  • SPAN 1200 Advanced Spanish II: Grammar and Composition
  • SPAN 1800 Texts and Contexts: Contexts of Hispanic Culture and Civilization
  • SPAN 1900 Introduction to Literary Analysis

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  • HIST 1706 Global Environmental History from Paleolithic to the Present  
  • HIST 0100 Deciphering America
  • HIST 0240 The Rise and Fall of the Russian Empire, 1552-1917
  • HIST 0300 Africa Before 1800
  • HIST 0400 Colonial Latin America
  • HIST 0108 American Origins
  • HIST 0310 Warriors, Concubines and Converts: The Ottoman Empire in the Middle East and Europe
  • HIST 1110 Hamilton's America: US History 1776-1800
  • HIST 1475 History of Brazil: Slavery, Inequality, Development

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  • ARTH 1010 World Art and Civilization Before 1400
  • ARTH 1020 World Art: 1400 to Now
  • ARTH 1030 Art and Civilization in East Asia
  • ARTH 1060 Architect and History
  • ARTH 1070 Television and New Media
  • ARTH 1080 World Film History to 1945
  • ARTH 1090 World Film History 1945 – Present
  • ARTH 1100: What Is Modern Art?
  • ARTH 1500: Eye, Mind, and Image
  • ARTH 1800: Introduction to Queer Art

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  • HIST 1550 East Asian Diplomacy
  • HIST 1759 Technology, Policy and War
  • HIST 1760 Strategy, Policy and War
  • HIST 3920 European Intl Relations 1648-1914
  • HIST 3921 Europe and the World since 1914
  • HIST 1191 The U.S. and the World since 1898
  • INTR 1001 Transnational Issues in Global Politics
  • INTR 2900 Topics in International Relations
  • PSCI 0400 Intro to Intl Relations
  • HIST 0250 Ascent of Europe

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  • ITAL 1000 Advanced Italian I
  • ITAL 1200 Advanced Italian II
  • ITAL 1890 Masterpieces-Italian Literature
  • ITAL 1900 Italian History on Screen: How Movies Tell the Story of Italy
  • ITAL 1920 Italian History of the Table
  • ITAL 1212 Business Italian
  • ITAL 3402 Italian Film and Media Studies
  • ITAL 2522 Modern Italian Culture
  • ITAL 3330 The Divine Comedy
  • ITAL 3513 Italian Science and Philosophy

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  • JWST 0325 Introduction to Mysticism
  • JWST 0320 Modern Hebrew Literature & Culture in Translation
  • JWST 1100 Women & Jewish Literature
  • JWST 1150 American Jewish Experience
  • JWST 0340 Scrimmage Over Scripture: Bible in the Cultures of Jews, Christians and Muslims
  • JWST 0303 Introduction to the Bible
  • JWST 1710 Jews in the Modern World
  • JWST 1600 Jews & Judaism in Antiquity
  • JWST 1610 Medieval & Early Modern Jewry
  • JWST 1110 Jewish American Literature
  • JWST 1090 Jewish Films and Literature

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  • LALS 0720 Introduction to Latin American and Latinx Studies
  • LALS 1260 Latinx Literature and Culture
  • LALS 0400 Colonial Latin America
  • LALS 0450 Modern Latin America 1808 to Present
  • LALS 0012 War on Drugs: Latin America (First-Year Seminar)
  • LALS 1740 Capitalism, Socialism and Crisis in 20th Century Americas
  • LALS 1520 Latin American Politics
  • LALS 3702 Feminism in the Americas
  • LALS 2610 Latinos in the United States
  • LALS 1900 Contemporary Brazilian Cinema
  • LALS 1254 Archeology of the Inca
  • LALS 2670 Latin American Art

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  • LING 0001 Introduction to Linguistics
  • LING 0600 Introduction to Sociolinguistics
  • LING 0700 Data Science for Studying Language and the Mind
  • LING 0740 Introduction to Language and the Brain
  • LING 0500 Introduction to Formal Linguistics
  • LING 1720 Language, Cognition, and Culture
  • LING 2100 Introduction to Language Change
  • LING 2200 Phonetics I: Experimental
  • LING 2300 Sound Structure of Language
  • LING 2041 Language in Native America
  • LING 2042 Construct a Language
  • LING 2500 Introduction to Syntax
  • LING 2700 Language Acquisition

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  • ECON 0100 Introduction to Micro-economics
  • ECON 0200 Introduction to Macro-economics
  • MATH 1410 or 1610 (Honors) Calculus II
  • MATH 2400 or 2600 (Honors) Calculus III

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Courses that introduce the major:

  • MATH 1400 Calculus I
  • MATH 1410 Calculus II
  • MATH 2400 Calculus III
  • MATH 2020 Proving Things: Analysis
  • MATH 2030 Proving Things: Algebra

Major introduction courses for advanced students:

  • MATH 1610 Honors Calculus II
  • MATH 2600 Honors Calculus III

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  • ARTH 2350 Introduction to Visual Culture of the Islamic World
  • HIST 0360 History of the Middle East Since 1800
  • HIST 3351 Africa and the Middle East
  • NELC 0002 Intro to the Middle East
  • PSCI 1140 Politics in the Contemporary Middle East
  • PSCI 1440 International Politics of the Middle East
  • RELS 1460 Islam in the Modern World
  • RELS 1430 Introduction to Islam

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  • MUSC 1700 Introduction to Theory and Musicianship
  • MUSC 1930 Introduction to European Art Music
  • MUSC 1940 Introduction to Musical Life of America
  • MUSC 1950 Introduction to Ethnomusicology
  • MUSC 2700 Theory and Musicianship I

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  • NELC 0600 The Middle East through Many Lenses
  • NELC 0004 Myths and Religions of the Ancient World
  • NELC 0201 Literary Legacy of Ancient Egypt
  • NELC 0200 Land of the Pharaohs
  • NELC 0001 Introduction to the Ancient Near East
  • NELC 0002 Introduction to the Middle East
  • NELC 0003 The Origin and Culture of Cities
  • NELC 0050 Ancient Civilizations of the World
  • NELC 0300 Introduction to the Bible
  • NELC 0320 Modern Hebrew Literature and Culture in Translation
  • NELC 0610 Modern Middle Eastern Literature in Translation
  • NELC 0010 Intro to Folklore  
  • NELC 0102 Reading Ancient Mesopotamia
  • NELC 0325 Introduction to Jewish Mysticism
  • NELC 0305 Great Books of Judaism               
  • NELC 0400 Getting Crusaded                    
  • NELC 0500 Introduction to the Quran             
  • NELC 0615 Modern Arabic Literature           
  • NELC 1200 The Bible in Translation                
  • NELC 1310 Introduction to Modern Hebrew Literature    
  • NELC 1700 Intro to Persian Poetry                
  • NELC 1710 Intro to Persian Fiction

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  • NRSC 0050 Forensic Neuroscience
  • NRSC 0060 Music and the Brain
  • NRSC 0090 Your Brain on Food
  • NRSC 1110 Introduction to Brain and Behavior

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  • ECON 0100 Intro Micro-Economics
  • ECON 0200 Macroeconomics
  • PHIL 1330 Ethics
  • PHIL 1433 Social Contract
  • PHIL 1800 Philosophy of Science
  • PSCI 1402 International Political Economy
  • PSCI 1800 Introduction to Data Science
  • PSCI 0601 Modern Political Thought
  • PSYC 1440 Social Psychology
  • PSYC 2737 Judgment and Decisions

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Courses that introduce the major:

  • PHYS 0150 Principles of Physics I (MATH 1400 co-req)
  • PHYS 0151 Principles of Physics II (PHYS 0150 pre-req, MATH 1410 co-req)

Courses for students with advanced background in Physics:

  • PHYS 0170 Honors Physics I
  • PHYS 0171 Honors Physics II

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  • PSCI 1800 Intro to Data Science
  • PSCI 0100 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PSCI 0101 Comparative Politics of Developing Areas
  • PSCI 0200 Introduction to American Politics
  • PSCI 1404 American Foreign Policy
  • PSCI 0400 Introduction to International Relations
  • PSCI 1401 International Security
  • PSCI 1402 International Political Economy
  • PSCI 0600 Ancient Political Thought
  • PSCI 0601 Modern Political Thought
  • PSCI 0602 American Political Thought

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  • PSYC 0001 Intro to Experimental Psychology

For students with a waiver:

  • PSYC 1210 Introduction To Brain & Behavior
  • PSYC 1340 Perception
  • PSYC 1212 Physiology of Motivated Behavior
  • PSYC 1230 Cognitive Neuroscience
  • PSYC 1310 Language & Thought
  • PSYC 1530 Memory
  • PSYC 1462 Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 1440 Social Psychology
  • PSYC 1777 Intro to Developmental Psychology

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Language:

  • RUSS 0100 Russian I
  • RUSS 0201 Russian for Heritage Speakers I
  • Consult with the department about other regional languages and for advanced courses in Russian

Literature, Film, History, Society, taught in English:

  • REES 0010 Central and Eastern Europe: Cultures, Histories, Societies
  • REES 1530 Communism
  • REES 0410 Masterpieces of Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
  • REES 1230 Russ & E Euro Film 1917-1945
  • REES 0130 Portraits of Soviet Society: Literature, Film, Drama
  • REES 0131 Putin’s Russia
  • REES 0172 Madness and Madmen in Russian Culture
  • REES 0630 Behind the Iron Curtain
  • REES 0100 Portraits of Old Russia
  • REES 0110 Portraits of 19th Century Russian Society
  • REES 0430 Masterpieces of 20th Century Russian Literature
  • REES 0180 Saints and Devils in Russian literature and Tradition

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  • STSC 0100 The Emergence of Modern Science
  • STSC 0600 Technology & Society
  • STSC 0283 Medicine, Magic and Miracles
  • STSC 0823 Sport Science in the World
  • STSC 1201 Darwin's Legacy
  • STSC 1151 Modern Biology and Social Implications
  • STSC 1600 The Information Age
  • STSC 1880 Environment & Society
  • STSC 2080 Science and Religion
  • STSC 1120 Science, Technology & War
  • First-year seminars are also a great introduction to the major.

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  • SOCI 1000 Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 2420 Social Problems & Public Policy
  • SOCI 1010 The Family
  • SOCI 1020 American Society
  • SOCI 1030 Deviance
  • SOCI 1040 Population and Society
  • SOCI 1050 Social Stratification
  • SOCI 1051 The Rich and the Poor
  • SOCI 1060 Race & Ethnic Relations
  • SOCI 1090 Urban Sociology
  • SOCI 1070 Media and Popular Culture
  • SOCI 1080 Work and Careers
  • SOCI 1100 Sociology of Gender
  • SOCI 1110 Medical Sociology
  • SOCI 1111 Mental Illness
  • SOCI 1120 Law and Society
  • SOCI 1130 Discrimination
  • SOCI 1140 Asian Americans in Contemporary Society

First-year seminars are also a great introduction to the Sociology major:

  • SOCI 0001 – Poverty and Inequality
  • SOCI 0002 – Social Inequality and Health - First Year Seminar
  • SOCI 0003 – Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
  • SOCI 0004 – The Law in our Lives
  • SOCI 0005 – Sociology of Education - First-Year Seminar
  • SOCI 0006 – Anxious Times: Social Change and Fear
  • SOCI 0007 – The Future of Work - First Year Seminar
  • SOCI 0008 – Work and Careers in the 21st Century - First Year Seminar

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  • SAST 0001 Intro to Modern India
  • SAST 0002 The City in South Asia
  • SAST 0003 History, Culture, Religion in Early India
  • SAST 0004 India's Literature
  • SAST 0005 Perform Arts in South Asia
  • SAST 0006 Hindu Mythology
  • SAST 0007 Introduction to Modern South Asian Literatures
  • SAST 0008 India: Culture and Society
  • SAST 0009 Introduction to Hinduism
  • SAST 0063 East/West: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Cultural History of the Modern World

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  • THAR 0076 Theatre in Philadelphia
  • THAR 0100 Intro to Theatre
  • THAR 0101 Theatre, History & Culture I
  • THAR 0102 Theatre, History & Culture II
  • THAR 0120 Intro to Acting
  • THAR 0121 Intro to Directing
  • THAR 0130 Intro to Theatre Design: Sets, Lighting & Costumes
  • THAR 3500 Rehearsal & Performance

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  • URBS 0010 Homelessness & Urban Inequality
  • URBS 1030 The Industrial Metropolis
  • URBS 1153 The Transformation of Urban America
  • URBS 1090 (SOCI) Urban Sociology
  • URBS 0003 (NELC) The Origins and Cultures of Cities
  • URBS 1780 Urban University-Community Relations
  • URBS 2020 Urban Education
  • URBS 0210 The City
  • URBS 1110 Big Pictures: Mural Arts

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  • ARTH 1020 World Art: 1400 to Now
  • COGS 1001 Intro to Cognitive Science
  • FNAR 0010 Drawing I
  • PHIL 1170 History of Modern Philosophy
  • VLST 1010 Eye, Mind & Image
  • VLST 1020 Form and Meaning