Courses that Fulfill General Education Requirements

Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC) | Ethnicity and Race (ER) | Interpreting Arts and Media (IM) | Mathematical and Formal Reasoning (MF) | Scientific Inquiry (SI) | Statistical Reasoning (SR) | Textual Analysis (TA) | Perspectives: Environmental Awareness (PE-E) | Perspectives: Human Behavior (PE-H) | Perspectives: Technology and Society(PE-T) | Practice: Collaborative Endeavor (PR-E) | Practice: Creative Process (PR-C) | Practice: Service Learning (PR-S) | Composition (C1 and C2)

Descriptions of the goals of each requirement and the number of credits to fulfill it are available here.

Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that emphasizes understanding of one or more cultures and societies outside the United States.

Anthropology

2. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.
110H. Acoustic Culture.
110K. Culture Through Food.
110L. Decolonizing Methodologies.
110O. Postcolonial Britain and France.
110P. India and Indian Diaspora through Film.
110U. Histories and Cultures of Piracy.
130A. Peoples and Cultures of Africa.
130B. Brazil.
130C. Politics and Culture in China.
130E. Culture and Politics of Island Southeast Asia.
130F. African Diasporas in the Americas.
130H. Ethnography of Russia and Eastern Europe.
130I. Cultures of India.
130J. Politics and Statemaking in Latin America.
130L. Ethnographies of Latin America.
130M. Inside Mexico.

Applied Linguistics

113. Inter-Cultural Communication.

Chinese

6. Second-Year Chinese.

Cowell College

83. The Modern Metropolis: Paris, London, New York 1770-1860.
84. Chinese Approaches to Human Values.
87. The History of Time.

Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

140A. Africa: How to Make a Continent.

Education

170. East Asian Schooling and Immigration.
171. South and Southeast Asian Schooling and Immigration.

Environmental Studies

154. Amazonian Cultures and Conservation.

Feminist Studies

1. Feminist Studies: An Introduction.
10. Feminisms of/and the Global South.
40. Sexuality and Globalization.
80S. Women in Music.
120. Transnational Feminisms.
175. Gender and Sexualities in Latina/o America.

Film and Digital Media

132A. International Cinema to 1960.
132B. International Cinema, 1960 to Present.
165E. Chicana/o Cinema, Video.
165G. Gender and Global Cinema.
168. National Cinema and Culture.

French

4 Second-Year French.
5 Second-Year French.
6 Second-Year French.

German

4. Second-Year German.
5. Second-Year German.
6. Second-Year German.
119. German Media.

History

2A. The World to 1500.
2B. The World Since 1500.
40A. Early Modern East Asia.
40B. The Making of Modern East Asia.
41. The Making of the Modern Middle East.
50. Pyramids and Papyrus: the History of Ancient Egypt.
62A. Classical World: Greece.
62B. Classical World: Rome.
63. Women in the Ancient World.
65A. Medieval Europe: 200-1000.
70A. Modern European History, 1500-1815.
70B. Modern European History, 1815-present.
74A. Introduction to Middle Eastern and North African Jewish History: Ancient to Early Modern.
74B. Introduction to Middle Eastern and North African Jewish History, 1500-2000.
80N. Gender, Labor, and Feminist Productions.
101C. Oceans in World History.
106A. Vietnam War Memories.
134B. History of Mexico, 1850 to Present.
137A. Africa to 1800.
137B. Africa from 1800 to the Present.
137C. African Cinema.
140B. History of Qing China, 1644-1911.
140C. Revolutionary China 1895-1960.
140D. Recent Chinese History.
140E. Women in China's Long 20th Century.
141A. Classical Chinese Culture and Literature, 10th Century B.C.E. through Sixth Century C.E
141B. Classical Chinese Culture and Literature, Sixth Century through 16th Century
147A. History of Premodern India.
147B. Political and Social History of Modern South Asia.
147C. South Asia in the 20th Century.
150A. Ancient Japan.
150C. Modern Japan.
150F. Engendering Empires: Women in Modern Japan and Korea.
152. Trade and Travel on the Silk Roads.
155. History of Modern Israel.
156. Interrogating Politics in the Post-Colonial Middle East.
157. The Ottoman Empire.
159A. Cleopatra to Constantine: Greek and Roman Egypt.
159D. When Cities Were New: the Rise of Urbanism in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean.
160A. Athenian Democracy.
160C. Topics in Greek History.
163B. Genesis: A History.
166. Northern Ireland: Communities in Conflict.
167B. The Second World War in Europe.
173A. Medieval Russia.
173B. Imperial Russia, 1696-1917.
173C. History of the Soviet Union.
174. Spies: History and Culture of Espionage.
176. Eastern Europe, 1848-2000.
178C. European Intellectual History, 1870-1970.
181. Modern Britain and the British Empire.
181A. Postcolonial Britain and France.

History of Art and Visual Culture

10. Introduction to African Visual Culture.
20. Visual Cultures of Asia.
22. Religion and Visual Culture in China.
24. Southeast Asia Visual Culture.
58. Gardens of Delight: Fifteen Centuries of Islamic Visual Culture.
70. Visual Cultures of the Pacific Islands.
85. Introduction to Global Architecture.
110. Visual Cultures of West Africa.
111. Visual Cultures of Central Africa.
115. Gender in African Visual Culture.
122A. Sacred Geography of China.
122B. Constructing Lives in China: Biographies and Portraits.
122F. Bodies in Chinese Culture.
123A. Modernity and Nationalism in the Arts in India.
123B. Religions and Visual Culture of South Asia.
124A. Arts of Ancient Southeast Asia.
124B. History of Photography in Southeast Asia.
124C. Arts and Politics in Theravada Traditions.
124D. Contemporary Art of Southeast Asia and its Diaspora.
127A. Buddhist Visual Worlds.
127B. Buddhist Pure Lands.
137A. Northern Renaissance Art.
143C. Latin American Modern Architecture.
160A. Indigenous American Visual Culture Before 1550: Mexico.
162A. Advanced Studies in Early Indigenous American Visual Culture: The Ancient Maya.
162B. Advanced Studies in Early Indigenous American Visual Culture: The Inka.
172. Textile Traditions of Oceania.
179. Topics in Oceanic Visual Culture.
180A. Global Contemporary Art.
190N. Topics in Mediterranean Visual Culture.
191K. Decolonial Visual Culture.
191O. Topics in Oceanic Visual Culture.

History of Consciousness

113. History of Capitalism.
131. Postcolonial Paths.
140A. Africa: How to Make a Continent.
185C. Comparative Religion: A Critical Introduction.

Italian

4. Second-Year Italian.
5. Second-Year Italian.
6. Second-Year Italian.
80. Italian Culture Through Cinema.
106. Italian Culture Through Film.

Japanese

5. Second-Year Japanese.
6. Second-Year Japanese.

Latin American and Latino Studies

30. Social Movements in Latin America.
50. Transnational Feminist Organizing in the Americas.
60. Latin American Childhoods.
80D. Political Change in Mexico.
80H. Comparative Latina/o Histories.
80S. Sexualities and Genders in Latin American and Latina/o Studies.
80X. Central American Peoples and Cultures.
145. Grassroots Social Change in Latin America.
152. Consumer Cultures Between the Americas.
156. Human Rights and Transnational Justice in the Americas.
165. Contemporary Peru.
170. Indigenous Struggles in the Americas.
194G. Chile: Social and Political Change.
194M. Twentieth-Century Revolutions.
194Q. Globalization in the Américas.

Legal Studies

116. Comparative Law
128C. Social History of Democracy, Anarchism, and Indigenism.

Linguistics

80C. Language, Society, and Culture.

Literature

61C. The Frame Tale.
61S. Sacred Texts.
61T. Travel Narratives.
80D. Literary Traditions of India.
80Q. Jane the Virgin: Latinx Readers and (Latin) American Literature
80T. Literature and Magic.
80W. Captive Minds: The Literature of Pre-modern Slavery.
114A. "Orlando Furioso".
117A. Old Iranian Literature
125H. Modern Arabic Novel.
130A. Ancient Literature in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
130D. The Global Middle Ages.
133D. Topics in the Literatures and Cultures of Southern Asia.
133G. The Nuclear Pacific.
133H. Korean War Literature and Film.
133I. Global Japan: Literatures of the Japanese Diaspora.
134A. Caribbean Literature.
137A. Global Cities.
138C. Modern Turkish Literature.
141A. Early Mediterranean Cultures.
141B. Classical Chinese Culture and Literature, 10th Century B.C. through Sixth Century
141C. Classical Chinese Culture and Literature, Sixth Century through 16th Century
141D. Arab-Islamic Literatures I: 500-1200.
141E. Arab-Islamic Literatures II: 1200-1900.
155E. Cinema and Social Change in Latin America.
160J. Exile, Diaspora, Migration.
164B. Hebrew Poetry.
165C. Mesoamerican Indigenous/Indigenista Literature
168A. The Culture of Islamic Law.
181D. Reading Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Part 1.
181E. Reading Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Part 2.
185H. L'Opera italiana.
188E. Teatro del Siglo de Oro español
188I. La novela picaresca.
189A. De la conquista a Sor Juana.
189B. El Siglo XIX en America Latina: cultura, politica y sociedad.
189E. Cuba.
189L. Poesía latinoamericana.
189M. Prosa contemporánea hispanoamericana.
189S. La cultura popular en la narrativa latinoamericana.
189X. Estudios mediaticos.
190X. Temas de la literatura y cultura españolas y latinoamericanas.

Music

11D. Introduction to World Music.
80A. Music of the Silk Road.
80I. Music of Modern Israel.
80P. History of Jewish Music.
80Q. A Survey of African Music.
80S. Women in Music.
80T. Mizrach: Jewish Music in the Lands of Islam.
80X. Music of India.
81J. Jazz Mirror of Global Interconnection.
150I. Special Topics in Music Theory: Hindustani Music.
180D. Music of Insular Southeast Asia.

Philosophy

22. Introduction to Ethical Theory.

Politics

60. Comparative Politics.
65. Introduction to International Relations.
116. Comparative Law.
152. Middle East Politics.
166. Politics of Migration.

Portuguese

65A. Accelerated Intermediate Portuguese.
65B. Accelerated Intermediate Portuguese.
80. Voices from the Portuguese-Speaking World: Portugal, Brazil and Africa.

Psychology

114. Human Development as a Cultural Process.

Sociology

15. World Society.
128C. Social History of Democracy, Anarchism, and Indigenism.
162. Dutch Society.
188A. Social Change in the Global Economy.

Spanish

4 Second-Year Spanish.
5 Second-Year Spanish.
5M Medical Spanish.
6 Second-Year Spanish.
156A. The Language of Latin America Cinema.
156J. Contemporary Central America.
156M. Mexico and the Southwest.
190A. Temas de la literatura y cultura españolas y latinoamericanas.

Spanish for Heritage Speakers

4. Spanish for Heritage Speakers.
5. Spanish for Heritage Speakers.
6. Spanish for Heritage Speakers.

Theater Arts

22. Indonesian Dance and Drama.
31A. Dance Studio I: Asian or Asian Diasporic Practice.
80Z. Indian Dance.
122. Indian Performance: Rama, Siva, Krishna.
151I. Studies in Performance: Indonesian Dance and Drama.
161D. Asian Theater: An Anthropological Approach.
161H. Shakespeare in Asia.
167. Africanist Aesthetics: Live Dialogues in the Americas and Africa.

Ethnicity and Race (ER code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that focuses on issues of ethnicity and/or race.

Anthropology

104. Human Variation and Adaptation.
110C. California Pasts.
110T. Motherhood in American Culture.
130N. Native Peoples of North America.
130O. Native Feminisms, Gender, and Settler Colonialism.
130P. Ethnography of Southern Cone Chile and Argentina.
130T. Religion and Politics in the Muslim World.
149. Anthropology of Activism.
159. Race and Anthropology.
176D. Colonial Encounters in the Americas.

Art

80F. Introduction to Issues in Digital Media.

Cowell College

170F. Freedom and Race.

Critical Race & Ethnic Studies

10. Critical Race and Ethnic Studies: An Introduction.
100. Comparative Theories of Race and Ethnicity.

Education

128. Immigrants and Education.
140. Language, Diversity, and Learning.
177. Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Math and Science.
181. Race, Class, and Culture in Education.

Environmental Studies

147. Environmental Inequality/Environmental Justice.

Feminist Studies

20. Feminism and Social Justice.
115. Gender, Sexuality, and Transnational Migration Across the Americas.
139. African American Women's History.
145. Racial and Gender Formations in the U.S.
150. Mediating Desire.

Film and Digital Media

165B. Race on Screen.
165D. Asian Americans and Media.

Hebrew

80. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew.

History

9. Introduction to Native American History.
10A. United States History to 1877.
10B. United States History, 1877 to 1977.
11A. Latin America: Colonial Period.
11B. Latin America: National Period.
12. Introduction to Latino American History.
15. The United States of America from its Founding through Our Time.
30. The Making of Modern Africa.
44. Modern South Asia, 1500 to Present.
74. Introduction to Jewish History and Cultures.
80X. Civil Rights Movement: Grassroots Change and American Society.
104D. Museums and the Representation of Native American History, Memory, and Culture.
106B. Asian and Asian American History, 1941-Present.
109A. Race, Gender, and Power in the Antebellum South.
110A. Colonial America, 1500-1750.
110H. Greater Reconstruction: Race, Empire, and Citizenship in the Post-Civil War United States.
111. Popular Conceptions of Race in U.S. History, 1600-Present.
115A. U.S. Labor History to 1919.
116. Slavery Across the Americas.
120. W.E.B. Du Bois.
121A. African American History to 1877.
121B. African American History: 1877 to the Present.
123. Immigrants and Immigration in U.S. History.
125. California History.
126. From Indigenous Colonial Borderlands to the U.S.-Mexico Border.
128. Chicana/Chicano History.
134A. Colonial Mexico.
178E. Modern Jewish Intellectual History.
181B. Africa and Britain in an Imperial World.
185C. Communism, Nationalism, and Zionism: Comparative Radical Jewish Politics.
185M. Zionism: An Intellectual History.

History of Art and Visual Culture

46. Introduction to U.S. Art and Visual Culture.
60. Indigenous American Visual Culture.
80. Colonial Histories and Legacies: Africa, Oceania, and the Indigenous Americas.
118. Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora.
124E. Southeast Asian-American and Diasporic Visual Culture.
140B. Victorian America.
140C. Race and American Visual Arts.
140D. Chicano/Chicana Art: 1970-Present.
163. The Native in Colonial Spanish America.
170. Art of the Body in Oceania.
190J. Visual Cultures of the Vietnam-American War.
190X. Art and Identity in Oceania.
191C. Subalternatives: Representing Others.

Jewish Studies

77. Visualizing American Jewish History.

Latin American and Latino Studies

1. Introduction to Latin American and Latino Studies.
20. Latino Politics.
40. Latinos and Labor.
45. Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender.
80F. Latinos in the U.S.: A Comparative Perspective.
80J. Race, Nation, and War.
90. Contemporary Brazil.
100. Concepts and Theories in Latin American and Latina/o Studies.
112. Immigration and Assimilation.
143. Race and Ethnicity.
150. Afro-Latinos/as: Social, Cultural, and Political Dimensions.
161P. Theater in the “Chicano Power” Movement.
171. Brazil in Black and White.
175. Migration, Gender, and Health.
178. Gender, Transnationalism, and Globalization.
194C. Criminalizing the Poor.

Legal Studies

128I. Race and Law.

Literature

61J. Introduction to Jewish Literature and Culture.
61R. Race in Literature.
80H. The Politics of Fashion.
80L. The Holocaust: The Destruction of European Jewry.
80N. Latino Expressions in the U.S.
110C. The Traditional U.S. Canon: Beginnings to 1900.
121L. Green Ache: Ecopoetics, Race, and Material.
126F. Speculative Fiction As Cultural Theory and Practice.
133F. Pacific Rim Discourse.
135E. The Historical Imaginary.
138A. Culture and Nation.
146F. The Dissenting Tradition in America.
147A. Twain, Slavery, and the Literary Imagination.
160E. Theorizing Race and Comics.
160I. Race, Militarism, and Empire in Asia and the Pacific.
160K. Race, Labor, and Migration.
161A. African American Literature.
161B. African American Women Writers.
162A. Asian American Literature.
164D. Jewish Diaspora, Ethnicity, and Urban Life.
164H. Jewish Writers and the European City.
164J. Jewish Writers and the American City.
165A. Chicano/Mexicano Geographies.
169A. White Flow(n): Race, Gender, and Material.
185B. Letteratura e cultura italiana.
189C. Introducción a Spanish Studies.
189F. Literaturas Latinas en los Estados Unidos: en inglés, español y Spanglish.

Music

11C. Popular Music in the United States.
80E. Race and American Music.
80F. Music in Latin American Culture: Regional Traditions.
81C. Global Popular Music.
81M. Chicano/Latino Music in the United States.

Oakes College

170F. Freedom and Race.

Politics

21. Governing the Golden State.

Porter College

170F. Freedom and Race.

Sociology

128I. Race and Law.
148. Educational Inequality.
156. U.S. Latina/o Identities: Centers and Margins.

Spanish

105. Introducción a Spanish Studies.

Stevenson College

80H. Rainbow Theater: An Introduction to Multicultural Theater.

Theater Arts

80A. Introduction to African American Theater.
80M. Chicano/a Teatro.
80R. Bollywood Dance and Culture in India and Indian Diaspora.
80U. Everybody Dance Now!
131A. Dance Studio II: Asian or Asian Diasporic Practice.
151A. Studies in Performance: African American Theater Arts Troupe.
166. Ballet: A History.

Interpreting Arts and Media (IM code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that focuses on the practice, analysis, interpretation, and/or history of one or more artistic or mass media (media in which non-textual materials play primary roles).

Anthropology

110A. Public Life and Contemporary Issues.
110B. From Indiana Jones to Stonehenge: Archaeology as Popular Culture.
110Q. Queer Sexuality in Black Popular Culture.
110R. Discourses in American Religions and Their Role in Public Life.
120. Culture in Film.
132. Photography and Anthropology.

Art

10D. 2D Foundation.
10E. 3D Foundation.
10F. 4D Foundation.
80D. Introduction to Photography.
147T. Design Studio: Costume.

Art and Design:Games and Playable Media

80G. Visual Communication and Interaction Design.

Computational Media

80K. Foundations of Video Game Design.

Cowell College

65. Meaning, Paradox, and Love.

Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

110Q. Queer Sexuality in Black Popular Culture.

Crown College

60. The Environment on Film: Rhetoric of Ecocriticism.

Education

102. Education, Media, and Society.
120. The Arts in Schools: Aesthetic Education Theory and Practice.

Feminist Studies

14. Popular Culture in South Asia.
16. Media Histories--News and New Media.
21. Religion in American Politics and Culture.
110Q. Queer Sexuality in Black Popular Culture.
126. Images, Power, and Politics: Methods in Visual and Textual Analysis.

Film and Digital Media

80A. The Film Experience.
80M. Understanding Media.
80S. Special Topics in Film and Digital Media.
80X. Sex in the Cinema.
130. Silent Cinema.
134A. American Film, 1930-1960.
134B. American Film, 1960-Present.
136A. Experimental Film and Video.
136B. History of Television.
136D. Documentary Film and Video.
160. Film Genres.
162. Film Authors.
165C. Lesbian, Gay, and Queer Film and Video.

French

108. French Cinema.

History

20. U.S. Popular Music Movements.
75. Film and the Holocaust.
104C. Celluloid Natives: American Indian History on Film.
122A. Jazz and United States Cultural History, 1900-1945.
122B. Jazz and United States Cultural History, 1945 to the Present.
159B. Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt.
172B. German Film, 1919-1945.
172C. History of German Film, 1945 to Present.

History of Art and Visual Culture

27. Image and Ideology in Indian Art.
30. Introduction to European Visual Culture.
40. Museum Cultures: The Politics of Display.
41. Introduction to Modern Art.
43. History of Modern Architecture.
45. Photography Now.
50. Ancient Mediterranean Visual Cultures.
51. Greek Eyes: Visual Culture and Power in the Ancient Greek World.
55. Unclothed: The Naked Body from Antiquity to the Present.
117. Contemporary Art of Africa.
122D. Chinese Landscape Painting.
127C. Ritual in Asian Religious Art.
127E. Modern/Contemporary Architecture of the Asia Pacific.
133A. Themes in the Study of Medieval Visual Culture.
135B. German Art, 1905–1945.
135D. French Painting, 1780-1855.
135E. Jewish Identity and Visual Representation.
135H. Topics in European and Euro-American Visual Culture.
135P. Paris, "Capital of the 19th Century".
137E. Renaissance Prints.
140A. America in Art.
140P. Pop Culture as High Art.
141A. Modern Art: Realism to Cubism.
141B. Death, Desire, and Modernity.
141C. Modern Art: Pop to Present.
141E. Histories of Photography.
141F. The Camera and the Body.
141H. Media History and Theory.
141I. Environments, Installations, and Sites.
141J. Critical Issues in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture.
141K. Activist Art Since 1960: Art, Technology, Activism.
143A. Contemporary Architecture and Critical Debates.
143B. History of Urban Design.
143D. Architecture and the City in Modern and Contemporary Visual Culture.
143F. Memory, Place, and Architecture.
151. Greek Myths Antiquity to the Present.
152. Roman Eyes: Visual Culture and Power in the Ancient Roman World.
154. Byzantine Visual Culture: Politics and Religion in the Empire of Constantinople, 330-1453 A. C.
155. Constructing Cleopatra: Power, Sexuality, and Femininity Across the Ages.
157B. Italian Renaissance: Art and Architecture.
157C. High Renaissance.
157D. Art of the Venetian Renaissance.
160B. Indigenous American Visual Culture Before 1550: The Andes.
186. Horror and Gender in Art and Visual Culture.
190C. The Mediterranean from the Rise of Christianity to the Rise of Islam.
191P. Topics in Contemporary Art.
191S. Topics in American Art and Visual Culture.
191W. Art, Disaster, and Resilience.

History of Consciousness

80N. Prophecy Against Empire.

Latin American and Latino Studies

70. Cinema and Social Change in Cuba.
124. Brazilian Cinema.
128. Latino Media in the U.S.

Literature

61H. Introduction to Film Analysis.
149A. Behind the Berlin Wall.
150D. The Power of Writing: Books and Libraries 600-1500.
155A. Cinema and Subjectivity.
155C. New German Cinema.
155D. Italian Cinema and Literature.
155H. The Horror Film.
155N. Cinema in India.
157A. Modern Ancient Drama.
189G. Cine y Literatura.

Music

7. Music, Mind, Evolution, Language.
11A. Introduction to Western Classical Music.
80G. American Musical Theater.
80H. The Hollywood Musical.
80M. Film Music.
80N. Music of the Grateful Dead.
80V. The Music of the Beatles.
80Y. Music, Anti-Semitism, and the Holocaust.
150C. Special Topics in Music Theory: Tonal Counterpoint.
150P. Special Topics in Music Theory: 20th-Century Popular Song.
150T. Post Tonal Analysis.
150X. Theoretical Practices of American Music.

Oakes College

128. Latino Media in the U.S.

Politics

107. Politics of Aesthetics.

Porter College

63W. Ways of Knowing.
90B. Art and Politics After Google.
131P. What is Photography? History, Politics, and Critique of Photographic Representation.
135W. Women and the Silent Screen: An Interactive history.

Stevenson College

80G. Self and Society Through Film.

Theater Arts

10. Introduction to Theater Design and Technology.
20. Introductory Studies in Acting.
40. Introduction to Directing.
80D. Commercial Design 1900 to Present.
80L. Muppet Magic: Jim Henson's Art.
80N. Walt Disney.
80P. Pixar - Story Matters.
80Q. Introduction to Queer Theater.
108. Theater and Interaction Design.
113. The History of Design for Theater.
116A. History of Clothing and Costume.
117. Design Studio: Costume.
165. Dance Modernism.

Mathematical and Formal Reasoning (MF code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that emphasizes university-level mathematics, computer programming, formal logic, or other material that stresses formal reasoning, formal model building, or application of formal systems.

Applied Math and Statistics

3. Precalculus for the Social Sciences.
6. Precalculus for Statistics.
10. Mathematical Methods for Engineers I.
11A. Mathematical Methods for Economists I.
11B. Mathematical Methods for Economists II.
15A. Case-Study Calculus I.
15B. Case-Study Calculus II.
20. Mathematical Methods for Engineers II.
114. Introduction to Dynamical Systems.
147. Computational Methods and Applications.

Art

101. Introduction to Computer Programming for the Arts.

Astronomy and Astrophysics

2. Overview of the Universe.
3. Introductory Astronomy: Planetary Systems.
4. Introductory Astronomy: The Stars.
5. Introductory Astronomy: The Formation and Evolution of the Universe.
7. Black Holes.
12. Stars and Stellar Evolution.
13. Galaxies, Cosmology, and High Energy Astrophysics.
15. Dead Stars and Black Holes.
16. Astrobiology: Life in the Universe.

Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary

148A. Quantitative Ecology.
148B. Quantitative Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

160. Research Programming in the Life Sciences.

Computer Engineering

8. Robot Automation: Intelligence through Feedback Control.
16. Applied Discrete Mathematics.

Computer Science

5C. Introduction to Programming in C/C++.
5J. Introduction to Programming in Java.
5P. Introduction to Programming in Python.
10. Introduction to Computer Science.
11. Intermediate Programming.
12B. Introduction to Data Structures.

Earth and Planetary Sciences

81B. Fundamentals of Environmental Science.

Economics

11A. Mathematical Methods for Economists I.
11B. Mathematical Methods for Economists II.

Linguistics

53. Semantics I.
101. Phonology I.
111. Syntactic Structures.
112. Syntax I.

Mathematics

3. Precalculus.
11A. Calculus with Applications.
11B. Calculus with Applications.
19A. Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics.
19B. Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics.
20A. Honors Calculus.
20B. Honors Calculus.
21. Linear Algebra.
22. Introduction to Calculus of Several Variables.
23A. Vector Calculus.
23B. Vector Calculus.
100. Introduction to Proof and Problem Solving.
152. Programming for Mathematics.

Music

80L. Artificial Intelligence and Music.
80U. Physics and Psychophysics of Music.
130. Harmony and Form in 19th-Century and Early 20th-Century Music.

Philosophy

9. Introduction to Logic.

Physics

5A. Introduction to Physics I.
6A. Introductory Physics I.
7A. Elementary Physics I.
80U. Physics and Psychophysics of Music.

Scientific Inquiry (SI code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that focuses on the essential roles of observation, hypothesis, experimentation and measurement in the sciences.

Anthropology

1. Introduction to Biological Anthropology.
3. Introduction to Archaeology.

Astronomy and Astrophysics

1. Introduction to the Cosmos. F,W
6. The Space-Age Solar System.

Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary

136. Environmental Physiology

Biology: Molecular, Cell, and Development

80A. Female Physiology and Gynecology.
80E. Evolution.
88. Studies in Medicine: Its Art, History, Science, and Philosophy.

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

18. Scientific Principles of Life.

Chemistry and Biochemistry

1A. General Chemistry.

Carson College

81C. Designing a Sustainable Future.

Crown College

85. Visual Perception: A Window to Brain and Behavior.

Earth and Planetary Sciences

2. Earth Catastrophes.
3. Geology of National Parks.
5. California Geology.
7. The History of Life.
8. Planetary Discovery.
10. Geologic Principles.
11. Earthquakes.
20. Environmental Geology.
66. Natural History of Dinosaurs.

Electrical Engineering

80T. Modern Electronic Technology and How It Works.
81C. Designing a Sustainable Future.

Environmental Studies

24. General Ecology.

History

101D. Topics in the World History of Science.
151. History of Science, Medicine, and Technology from Antiquity to the Enlightenment.

Linguistics

50. Introduction to Linguistics.

Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology

80E. Aquatic Toxicology.

Ocean Sciences

1. The Oceans.
80A. Life in the Sea.

Physics

1. Conceptual Physics.
5B. Introduction to Physics II.
5C. Introduction to Physics III.
6B. Introductory Physics II.
6C. Introductory Physics III.
7B. Elementary Physics II.

Statistical Reasoning (SR code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that focuses on developing skills in approaching quantitative data and statistical reasoning.

Applied Math and Statistics

5. Statistics.
7. Statistical Methods for the Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences.
80A. Gambling and Gaming.
80B. Data Visualization.
131. Introduction to Probability Theory.
132. Classical and Bayesian Inference.

Astronomy and Astrophysics

8. Exploring the Universe with Astronomical Data.

Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary

80S. Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics.

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

163. Applied Visualization and Analysis of Scientific Data.

Community Studies

30. Numbers and Social Justice.

Computer Engineering

7. Statistical Reasoning in the Age of the Internet.
107. Probability and Statistics for Engineers.
145. Estimation and Introduction to Control of Stochastic Processes

Computer Science

17. Social Networks.
80L. Social Data Analytics and Visualization.
144. Applied Machine Learning.

Crown College

87. Understanding and Communicating the Science Behind Global Warming.
88. Computational Futurology:Use of Data Analysis for Predicting Human Behavior and Activity.

Earth and Planetary Sciences

12. Introduction to Weather and Climate.
125. Statistics and Data Analysis in the Geosciences.

Economics

113. Introduction to Econometrics.

Electrical Engineering

80S. Sustainability Engineering and Practice.

Environmental Sciences

160. Data Analysis in the Environmental Sciences.

Linguistics

147. Quantitative Methods in Linguistics.
157. Psycholinguistics and Linguistic Theory.

Mathematics

4. Mathematics of Choice and Argument.

Ocean Sciences

90. Fundamentals of Climate.

Philosophy

8. Reason, Logic, and the Idols of Thought.

Physics

133. Intermediate Laboratory.

Politics

101. Introduction to Research Methods.

Psychology

2. Introduction to Psychological Statistics.

Sociology

3B. Statistical Methods.

Textual Analysis (TA code)—One course required (5 credits)

One five-credit course or equivalent is required that has as its primary methodology the interpretation or analysis of texts.

Anthropology

100. History and Theory of Biological Anthropology
152. Survey of Cultural Anthropological Theory.
170. History of Archaeological Theory.

Biology: Molecular, Cell, and Developmental

114. Cancer Cell Biology.
126. Advanced Molecular Neuroscience.
127. Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Disease.

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

122H. Extreme Environmental Virology.
132. Evolutionary Genomics.
177. Engineering Stem Cells.
178. Stem Cell Biology.

Chinese

103. Advanced Chinese: Language and Society.
104. Advanced Chinese: Readings in Literature.
105. Advanced Chinese: Readings in History.
107. Introduction to Classical Chinese Prose.
108. Introduction to Classical Chinese Poetry.

Crown College

80F. Science Fictions.

History

13. Introduction to American Religious Culture.
100. Historical Skills and Methods.
116A. Unchained Memory: Slavery and the Politics of the Past.
147D. Intellectual History of South Asia.
154. Post-Colonial North Africa.
158A. The Escapes of David George: Biographical Research on Slavery and Early America.
167A. The First World War.
170C. From the Trenches to the Casbah: France and its Empire in the 20th Century.
184B. Racism and Antiracism in Europe: From 1870 to the Present.

History of Consciousness

12. Historical Introduction to Philosophy.
85. Politics and Religion.
112. Foundations in Critical Theory.
120. What is a State?
129. Politics of Violence.
187. The Emergence of the Avant-garde from Disenchantment to Dada.

Japanese

105. Advanced Japanese.
109. Japanese Language, Culture, and Society.

Kresge College

16. The Rise of Capitalism and Its Consequences.
171. Kresge Challenge Seminar.

Latin American and Latino Studies

131. Latino Literatures: Assimilation and Assimilability.
144. Mexicana/Chicana Histories.
180. Borders: Real and Imagined.

Linguistics

80K. Invented Languages, from Elvish to Esperanto.
108. Poetry and Language.

Literature

1. Literary Interpretation. F,S
61F. Introduction to Reading Fiction.
61K. Introduction to the Fairy Tale.
61M. Approaches to Classical Myth.
61N. Introduction to Children's Literature.
61P. Introduction to Reading Poetry.
61X. Tragedy: Learning Through Suffering.
61Z. Introduccion a generos literarios de Espana y America Latina.
80B. Monsters and Literature.
80E. Animals and Literature.
80I. Topics in American Culture.
80V. Literature and History.
80X. Global Narratives.
80Y. Harry Potter.
80Z. Introduction to Shakespeare.
102. Translation Theory.
110A. The Traditional British Canon, Part I.
111B. Geoffrey Chaucer.
111D. William Shakespeare.
112C. Charles Dickens.
112I. Kafka in Translation.
114C. Dante's Divine Comedy.
116F. Knights, Ladies, Werewolves: Medieval Literature in Translation.
118A. Hebrew Bible.
120A. Topics in Poetry.
120B. Poetry of the 17th Century.
120C. Victorian Poetry.
120F. Topics in Modern Poetry.
121G. The Idea of Poetry.
125B. Studies in the English Novel.
125I. What is the Novel?
131D. Literature in a Global Context.
136B. Beat Literature and the World.
139A. Topics in American Literature and Culture.
145A. Colonial American Literatures.
146A. Studies in Romanticism.
146B. Victorian Literature.
146D. Nineteenth-Century American Fiction.
146G. Queer(y)ing Victorian Literature.
149D. Topics in Modern Literature.
149G. War in Contemporary American Culture.
149I. Contemporary Medievalisms.
156A. The Gothic Imagination in Fiction, Film, and Theory.
160F. Topics in Cultural Studies.
160L. Literature and Philosophy.
163A. American Indian Literature.
166E. Women's Literature.
167E. The Vampire in Literature and Popular Culture.
185L. La novella italiana.
185M. Fascismo e resistenza
186A. Introduction to Latin Literature.
188H. Erotismo y Mistica.
190U. Topics in Theory.

Mathematics

181. History of Mathematics.

Philosophy

11. Introduction to Philosophy.

Politics

4. Citizenship and Action.
10. Nationalism.
20. American Politics.

Psychology

140H. Sexual Identity and Society.

Sociology

164. Capitalism and Its Critics.

Spanish

156F. El Humor en Espanol.

Stevenson College

2. Self and Society 2.
23. Monsters and the Monstrous in the Early British Novel.
36. Women in the Bible.

Theater Arts

61A. Ancient and Medieval Drama.
61B. Drama from the Renaissance to the Modern Age.
61C. The Birth of the Modern: Drama and Performance After the Renaissance.
80K. Shakespeare 4every1.
80X. The Performance of Story in Theater and Film.
163H. Henrik Ibsen and His Impact: Ghosts of the Future.
163K. Special Studies in Playwrights: Euripides.

Perspectives (5 credits)

Choose one five-credit course or equivalent from any of the three following categories: PE-E, PE-H, PE-T.

Perspectives: Environmental Awareness (PE-E code)

Courses focus on humankind's interactions with nature.

Anthropology

110E. Anthropology of Global Environmental Change.
110I. Cultures of Sustainability and Social Justice.
110W. Land and Waterscapes Entropology.
146. Anthropology and the Environment.
147. Anthropology and the Anthropocene.

Art

80B. Environmental Art.

Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary

85. Natural History of the UCSC Natural Reserves.
125. Ecosystems of California.

College Ten

105. The Making and Influencing of Environmental Policy.

Community Studies

149. Political Economy of Food and Agriculture.

Crown College

80L. Food Safety and Environmental Quality: The Complexities of a Safe Salad.

Earth and Planetary Sciences

1. Oceanography.
9. Earth History and Global Change.
106. Coasts in Crisis.
110A. Evolution of the Earth.

Electrical Engineering

80J. Renewable Energy Sources.
180J. Advanced Renewable Energy Sources.

Environmental Studies

25. Environmental Policy and Economics.
65. Introduction to Fresh Water: Processes and Policy.
80B. The Ecological Forecast for Global Warming.
125. Ecosystems of California.
146. Water Quality: Policy, Regulation, and Management.

Environmental Sciences

30. Biological Principles of Environmental Sciences.

History

177. Smoke, Smallpox, and the Sublime: Thinking about the Environment in the 19th Century.

History of Art and Visual Culture

44. Designing California: Architecture, Design, and Environment.
48. Climate Justice Now! Art, Activism, Environment Today.
116. African Architecture.
141P. Networks and Natures: Art, Technology, and the Nonhuman.
142. Contemporary Art and Ecology.
143G. After Utopia: Architecture and the City, 1968-Present.

Kresge College

161. Permaculture and Whole Systems Design.

Latin American and Latino Studies

80P. Environment and Society in Latin America.

Literature

167G. Reading the Weather: Literature and Global Climate Change.

Music

80K. Sound in Art, Science, and the Environment.

Ocean Sciences

80B. Our Changing Planet.

Physics

2. Elementary Physics of Energy.

Sociology

125. Society and Nature.
173. Water.
173X. Water and Sanitation Justice.
185. Environmental Inequality.

Technology and Information Management

155. Water and Energy Management.

Perspectives: Human Behavior (PE-H code)

Courses focus on aspects of individual human behavior or the operation of human groups.

Anthropology

107B. Methods and Research in Stable Isotope Ecology.
110D. Tourism Imaginaries and Encounters.
110F. Evolution of Human Diet.
110N. Anthropology of Food.
110S. Evolution of Democracy.
125. Magic, Science, and Religion.
161. The Anthropology of Food.

Applied Linguistics

80. Introduction to Applied Linguistics.

Art

80X. Ars Erotica: Sexual Imagery in Culture and Art.

Art and Design: Games and Playable Media

80I. Foundations of Play.

Community Studies

156. Politics of Food and Health.

Cowell College

82. Good vs. Good.
138A. The Place of Higher Education in a Democratic Society.

Crown College

92. Social and Creative Entrepreneurship.

Economics

1. Introductory Microeconomics: Resource Allocation and Market Structure.
2. Introductory Macroeconomics: Aggregate Economic Activity.
20. Economics for Non-Majors.
116. Advanced Topics in Accounting and Ethics.

History

76. Hitler and the Holocaust.
118A. Conspiracy Planet: How Conspiracies, Conspiracy Theories, and Conspiracy Scandals Shape History.

Latin American and Latino Studies

5. Introduction to Human Rights and Social Justice.

Linguistics

80D. Language and Mind.

Music

80O. Music, Politics, and Protest.

Philosophy

23. Philosophy of Cognitive Science.
24. Introduction to Ethics: Contemporary Moral Issues.
27. Business Ethics.

Politics

1. Politics: Power, Principle, Process, and Policy.
70. Global Politics.

Psychology

1. Introduction to Psychology.

Sociology

136. Social Psychology.
137. Deviance and Conformity.
172. Sociology of Social Movements.

Technology and Information Management

80L. Entrepreneurial Organization and Leadership.

Theater Arts

80C. Monsters.

Perspectives: Technology and Society (PE-T code)

Courses emphasize issues raised by the prevalence of technology in society.

Anthropology

110V. Virtual Values: The Cultural Politics of Information Technology.
110Z. Infrastructure: Designing and Hacking Power in the Everyday.

Art

80T. Digital Tools for Contemporary Art Practice.
190A. Writing for Artists.

Art and Design: Games and Playable Media

80H. History of Digital Games.

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

5. Introduction to Biotechnology.
80G. Bioethics in the 21st Century: Science, Business, and Society.
80H. The Human Genome.

Carson College

151A. Sustainability Praxis in the Built Environment.

Computer Engineering

80A. Universal Access: Disability, Technology, and Society.
80E. Engineering Ethics.
80N. Introduction to Networking and the Internet.

Computational Media

80A. Accessible Games.

Computer Science

2. Computer Literacy.
80J. Technology Targeted at Social Issues.
80S. From Software Innovation to Social Entrepreneurship.
119. Software for Society.

Cowell College

78. Children, Technology, and Development.

Crown College

80J. Cyborg Society: Myths, Realities, Choices.

Environmental Studies

176. Vulnerability, Complex Systems, and Disasters.

Feminist Studies

30. Feminism and Science.
124. Technology, Science, and Race Across the Americas.
133. Science and the Body.

Film and Digital Media

80T. Technothrillers.
80V. Video Games as Visual Culture.
136C. Visual Culture and Technology: History of New Media.
189. Advanced Topics in Digital and Electronic Media Studies.

History

60. Scientific Vocabulary and the Roots of the European Scientific Tradition. W,S
110E. Rise of the Machines: Technology, Inequality, and the United States, 1877 to 1914.
151A. Medicine and the Body in the Colonial World.

History of Art and Visual Culture

49. From Memes to Metadata: an Introduction to Digital Visual Culture.
140E. Art and Science in America: "Contact" to circa 1900.
141N. Data Cultures: Art, Technology, and the Politics of Visual Representation.
141O. Sex, Lies, and Surveillance: Contemporary Documentary Arts.
143E. History of Design: The Objects of Technology, 1850-The Present.

Literature

80K. Topics in Medical Humanities.
126A. International Cyberpunk.

Music

80C. History, Literature, and Technology of Electronic Music.
80R. Music in the Digital Age.

Philosophy

80G. Bioethics in the 21st Century: Science, Business, and Society.

Politics

176. Surveillance Society, Politics, and You.

Sociology

30A. Introduction to Global Information and Social Enterprise Studies.
115. Green Governance.

Stevenson College

90. The Nuclear Pacific.

Theater Arts

80T. Flashmob! Mass Performance in the Information Age.

Practice (minimum 2 credits)

Choose one minimum two-credit course from any of the three following categories: PR-E, PR-C, PR-S

Practice: Collaborative Endeavor (PR-E code)

Courses provide significant experience with collaboration on a project.

Anthropology

172. Archaeological Research Design.
179. Slavery in the Atlantic World: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives.
189. Archaeology Field Methods.

Art and Design: Games and Playable Media

120. Game Design Experience.

Astronomy and Astrophysics

9B. Introduction to Research in Physics and Astrophysics (3 credits).

Biology: Molecular Cell and Development

102L. Toxic RNA Laboratory I (3 credits).
188. A Life in Medicine (3 credits).

Biomolecular Engineering (BME)

129C. Project Design and Implementation in Biomolecular Engineering III.
180. Professional Practice in Bioengineering (2 credits).

Carson College

122. United Nations Contemporary Issues (2 credits).

College Nine

86. College Leadership Development. (2 credits).
120. Practical Activism Conference Planning and Development (2 credits).

College Ten

60. I Couldn't Imagine Myself Anywhere Else: Understanding UCSC Undergraduate Narratives
86. College Leadership Development. (2 credits)
120. Practical Activism Conference Planning and Development (2 credits).

Computer Engineering

123A. Engineering Design Project I.
129B. Capstone Project II.

Computational Media

120. Game Development Experience.

Computer Science

116. Software Design Project.
183. Web Applications.

Cowell College

86. Leading Social Change (2 credits).
122. United Nations Contemporary Issues (2 credits).

Crown College

38. Leadership for Social Change (2 credits).
90. Start-up Entrepreneurship Academy.

Earth and Planetary Sciences

109L. Field Geology Laboratory (2 credits).
110L. Evolution of the Earth Laboratory (2 credits).
188A. Summer Field Internship.

Electrical Engineering

123A. Engineering Design Project I.
129B. Capstone Project II.

Environmental Studies

100L. Ecology and Society Writing Laboratory.

Film and Digital Media

151. Film Directing.
185X. EyeCandy Seminar.

History

80Y. World War II Memories in the U.S. and Japan.
158C. Slavery in the Atlantic World: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives.
185N. The Holocaust in a Digital World.
189. @history: Doing History in a Digital Age.

Jewish Studies

185N. The Holocaust in a Digital World.

Kresge College

68. Transformative Communication (2 credits).
71. The World Cafe: The Art of Hosting Conversations That Matter (2 credits).
72. Collaborative Learning: The Great Turning (2 credits).
73. Collaborative Learning: Sustainable Communities (2 credits).
74. Collaborative Learning: Permaculture Skills (2 credits).
78. Social and Environmental Justice Activism and the Right Livelihood Award Foundation (2 credits).
90C. Collaborative Approaches to Research.
172. Collaborative Learning: The Great Turning.
173. Collaborative Learning: Sustainable Communities.
174. Collaborative Learning: Permaculture Skills.

Latin American and Latino Studies

32. Citizens, Denizens, Aliens.

Linguistics

144. Computational Methods for Linguists.

Literature

80O. Love, Anarchy, Revolution.
149C. The Sixties.

Mathematics

101. Mathematical Problem Solving.

Merrill College

38. Leadership for Social Change (2 credits).

Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology

119L. Microbiology Laboratory.

Music

1C. University Concert Choir (2 credits).
2. University Orchestra (2 credits).

Oakes College

11. Foundation of Leadership (3 credits). F,W

Physics

9B. Introduction to Research in Physics and Astrophysics (3 credits).
180. Biophysics.

Porter College

131C. Curatorial Practice (2 credits).
193J. The Literary Journal: Process to Product.

Psychology

182. Qualitative Research Methods.

Stevenson College

11A. Experiential Leadership Program Core Course: Tools for Leadership and Conflict Resolution (2 credits).
11B. ELP Core Course: Leadership From the Inside Out, Networking and Professionalism (2 credits).
11C. ELP Core Course: Tone-Setting and Leading with Cultural/Emotional Intelligence (2 credits).
12. ELP Elective Course: Risk Management and Social Justice Through the Lens of Outdoor Leadership (2 credits).
13. Leadership Spring Break Intensive: Backpacking the Canyons of Southern Utah (2 credits).
86. Leading Social Change (2 credits).

Technology and Information Management

20. Innovations and Entrepreneurship Seminar (2 credits).
21. Innovations and Entrepreneurship in Practice.

Theater Arts

139. Random: With a Purpose.

Practice: Creative Process (PR-C code)

Courses teach creative process and techniques in the arts (including creative writing), at an individual or a collaborative level.

Anthropology

82. Culture and Dance of Bollywood (2 credits).
154. Multimedia Ethnography.

Art

20G. Introduction to Print Media and Drawing.
20H. Introduction to Sculpture and Public Art.
20I. Introduction to Photography.
20J. Introduction to Drawing and Painting.
20K. Introduction to New Media and Digital Artmaking.
121. Intermedia II.

Art and Design: Games and Playable Media

179. Game Design Practicum.

College Ten

106. Expressive Arts for Social Justice (2 credits).

Computational Media

25. Introduction to 3D Modeling.
26. Introduction to 3D Animation.
150. Creating Digital Audio.
178. Human-Centered Design Research.
179. Game Design Practicum. 

Computer Science

80V. Creating Virtual Worlds on the Web.

Crown College

86. Professional Communication in a Digital Age.

Environmental Studies

18. Natural History Illustration.

Film and Digital Media

20P. Introduction to Production Technique.
150. Screenwriting.
170A. Fundamentals of Digital Media Production.
170B. Fundamentals of Film and Video Production.
171C. Special Topics Workshop: Found Footage.

Kresge College

65F. Kresge Lab: Photography (2 credits).
65M. Kresge Lab: Text, Music, and Performance (2 credits).
65W. Kresge Lab: Creative Writing (2 credits).

Literature

61L. True Stories: Memoir.
80U. Introduction to Contemplative Reading.
90. Introduction to Creative Writing.
90X. Introduccion a la Escritura Creativa/Introduction to Creative Writing.
91A. Intermediate Fiction Writing.
91B. Intermediate Poetry Writing.
179A. Advanced Writing: Fiction.
179C. Methods and Materials.

Music

3. Large Jazz Ensemble.
5A. West Javanese Gamelan Ensemble: Beginning (2 credits).
5B. West Javanese Gamelan Ensemble: Intermediate (2 credits).
5C. West Javanese Gamelan Ensemble: Advanced (2 credits).
8A. Beginning Balinese Gamelan (2 credits).
8B. Advanced Balinese Gamelan (2 credits).
9. Wind Ensemble (2 credits).
10. Eurasian Ensemble (2 credits).
12. Mariachi Ensemble (2 credits).
12B. Mexican Folklorico Music and Dance (2 credits).
55. Rhythms of North India (2 credits).
56. Collaborative Music-Making for Beginners (2 credits).
80Z. Laptop Music.
163. Early Music Ensemble (2 credits).
166. Chamber Singers (2 credits).

Oakes College

70. Diverse Voices in Contemporary American Women's Poetry (2 credits).

Porter College

41I. Improvisation.
41S. Solo Performance Works in the Theater (2 credits).
41W. Playwriting Workshop (2 credits).
47G. Gospel Choir (2 credits).
61B. Handmade Books (2 credits).
61J. Jewish Personal Narratives on Film (2 credits).
61N. Personal Narratives in Theater and Film (2 credits).
63F. Fractals, Chaos Theory, and the Arts (2 credits).
90A. Aesthetics and Politics: Spanish Civil War.
141C. Shakespeare's Clown Characters.
141L. Long Form Improvisation.
141W. Improvisation Workshop.
151P. Building the Poem: Process, Form, and the Embodied Text.
161B. Handmade Books.

Theater Arts

14. Drawing.
15. Special Topics in Textiles.
17. Costume Construction.
30. Introduction to Dance Theory and Technique.
31C.Dance Studio I: Contemporary Dance Theory and Technique
31E. The Dance Experience (2 credits).
36. Introduction to Dance Composition.
37. African Dance.
114. Sound Design and Engineering for the Theater.
115A. Design Studio: Scenic Design.
115B. Design Studio: Scenic Design B.
119. Design Studio: Lighting Studio B.
128. Choreographic Workshop (2 credits).
136. Choreography II.
153. Taking It to the Street: Performance and Politics/Politics of Performance.

Practice: Service Learning (PR-S code)

Courses provide the opportunity for supervised campus or community service that contributes to a student's overall education.

Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary

95. Seymour Center Docent Training (2 credits).

Biology: Molecular Cell and Development

191. ACE Program Service Learning (2 credits).

Carson College

55. Rachel Carson College: Service Learning Practicum (2 credits).
155. Rachel Carson College Sustainability Internship (2 credits).
162. Sustainability Internship Practicum.

Chemistry and Biochemistry

182. ACE Program Service Learning (2 credits).

College Ten

98. Alternative Spring Break (2 credits).
115. Research Methods for Social Justice (2 credits).

Community Studies

105A. Field Study.
105B. Field Study.
105C. Field Study.
191. Student Volunteer Internship (3 credits).

Cowell College

168. Social Change (2 credits).
184A. Leadership and Institution Building (2 credits).
184B. Leadership and Institution Building (2 credits).
184C. Leadership and Institution Building (2 credits).

Crown College

70L. Broadcast Production: Radio (2 credits).

Economics

193. Field Study.
193F. Field Study (2 credits).
198. Independent Field Study.
198F. Independent Field Study (2 credits).

Education

50A. CAL Teach 1: Science and Mathematics (2 credits).
50B. CAL Teach 1: Mathematics (2 credits).
50C. CAL Teach 1: Science (2 credits).
180. Introduction to Teaching.

Environmental Studies

83. Environmental Studies Internship.
184. Environmental Studies Internship (2 credits).

History of Art and Visual Culture

193F. History of Art and Visual Culture Service Learning (2 credits).

Kresge College

12A. Service Learning (3 credits).
12B. Service Learning (2 credits).
12C. Service Learning: Introduction to National Service/Introduction to Grant Writing (3 credits).
62. Transformative Action.
63. Kresge Garden Cooperative (2 credits).
64. Tools for World Changers (2 credits).

Legal Studies

185. Legal Studies Internship/Field Seminar: Experiences in Law, Policy, and Society.

Literature

191. Methodologies of Teaching (3 credits).

Legal Studies

185. Legal Studies Internship/Field Seminar: Experiences in Law, Policy, and Society.

Mathematics

188. Supervised Teaching.
189. ACE Program Service Learning (2 credits).

Merrill College

85B. Merrill Classroom Connection Field Study (3 credits).
85C. Merrill Classroom Connection Field Study (2 credits).
90. Theory and Practice of Field Study.
90F. Merrill Field Study Practicum (2 credits).

Oakes College

73B. Oakes College Mentoring: Service Learning Practicum (2 credits).
76. Social Geography and Justice in Santa Cruz.
130. Writing Resistance: Creative Writing Workshop.
151B. Community Literacies Field Study (3 credits).
152. Transformative Literacies.
153. Community Mapping.

Politics

136F. Applied Public Policy Internship (2 credits).

Psychology

155. Social-Community Psychology in Practice.
193. Field Study.
193A. Developmental Field Study.
193B. Cognitive Field Study.
193C. Social Field Study.
193D. Clinical/Personality Field Study.

Writing

169. Theory and Practice of Tutoring Writing (3 credits).

Composition (C1 and C2 code)

(C code for students beginning Fall 2018, C1 and C2 code for students entering before Fall 2018)

C1

Writing

1A. Introduction to Composition.

C2

Writing

2. Rhetoric and Inquiry.

C

 2. Rhetoric and Inquiry.
2H. Rhetoric and Inquiry, Honors.

 

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