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Arts and Humanities (Category C) - GE Approved Courses

The following courses are approved to meet the General Education requirements indicated. Please note the following in reviewing these approved course lists:

  • Refer to the online schedule of classes to see which courses are being offered for a specific term and to double check which GE requirements the course satisfies during that term.
  • Be aware that the GE Category (A-F) requirements must each be satisfied by a unique course. The "Other GE Categories" column below may indicate additional categories a course is certified in but does not mean that the course will meet more than one category requirement for an individual student.
  • Additional General Education Requirements should be met by courses also meeting the GE Category requirements to minimize the number of units needed.
  • Comments are added to the course lists below to highlight changes in the approved active GE course lists. See Previous Courses to research courses that previously met GE requirements.
  • Students should regularly run their Academic Requirements Report on MyCSULB to monitor their completion of all degree requirements including General Education.

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Summer Schedule of ClassesSummer 2014
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The Arts: GE Category C1

The following courses cultivate the intellect, imagination, sensibility, and sensitivity. It is meant in part to encourage students to respond subjectively as well as objectively to experience and to develop a sense of the integrity of emotional and intellectual response. Students should be motivated to cultivate and refine their affective as well as cognitive and physical faculties through studying great works of the human imagination, which could include active participation in individual esthetic, creative experience. Equally important is the intellectual examination of the subjective response, thereby increasing awareness and appreciation in the traditional humanistic disciplines such as art, dance, drama, literature, and music. The arts disciplines of film and design are also included in this category. Therefore courses in this category address the cultural and aesthetic context of the experience. The requirement should result in the student’s better understanding of the interrelationship between the creative arts, the humanities and self. Studies in these areas include exposure to both Western and non-Western cultures.

C1
Subject/Number
Flag
Title
GE Designations
Other GE Designations
Cross Listed Courses
AFRS 155
AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC
Explorations
AFRS 160
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA ARTS
Explorations
AFRS 255
INTRODUCTION TO HIP HOP
Explorations
AFRS 363
HISTORY OF AFRICAN ART
Explorations
AH 111A
FOUNDATION ART HISTORY I
Explorations
AH 111B
FOUNDATION ART HISTORY II
Explorations
AH 112
FOUNDATION ART HISTORY: LATIN AMERICAN ARTS & ARCHITECTURE
Explorations
AH 113A
ASIAN ART EARLY SACRED CULTURE
Explorations
AH 113B
ASIAN ART LATER TRADITIONS
Explorations
AH 114
FOUNDATION ART HISTORY: ARTS OF AFRICA, OCEANIA, & INIDIGENOUS NORTH AMERICA
Explorations
AH 116
FOUNDATION ART HISTORY: ARTS OF ISLAMIC REGIONS
Explorations
AIS 222
AMERICAN INDIAN MUSEUM STUDIES
Explorations
ART 110
INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS
Explorations
ASAM 341
ASIAN AMERICAN/CHICANO LATINO CINEMA
Explorations, Human Diversity
CHLS 341
CHLS 341
ASIAN AMERICAN/CHICANO LATINO CINEMA
Explorations, Human Diversity
ASAM 341
CWL 124
INTRO TO WORLD THEATRE AND DRAMA
Explorations, Global Issues
C3
CWL 205
New Fall 2014
DIGITAL LITERATURE AND CULTURE
Explorations
C2a
CWL 213
VISUAL STUDIES: COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS
Explorations, Global Issues
C2a
CWL 324
THEATRE TODAY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
THEA 324
CWL 412
ART & LITERATURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
C2a
DANC 101
INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE
Explorations
DANC 102
INTRODUCTION TO BALLET
Explorations
DANC 103
INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ
Explorations
DANC 104
INTRODUCTION TO TAP
Explorations
DANC 110
VIEWING DANCE
Explorations
DANC 373
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: INTERACTION OF MIND AND BODY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2, E
ED P 373
DANC 435
DANCE IN FILM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
DESN 110
Foundation Design History
Explorations
DESN 368
New Fall 2014
HISTORY AND THEORY OF DESIGN
Explorations, Global Issues
D2
DESN 369
New Fall 2014
HISTORY OF FURNITURE AN DECORATIVE ARTS
Explorations, Global Issues
D2
ED P 373
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: INTERACTION OF MIND AND BODY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2, E
DANC 373
ENGL 204
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING: CREATIVE NONFICTION
Explorations
ENGL 205
CREATIVE WRITING-FICTION
Explorations
ENGL 206
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING-POETRY
Explorations
ENGL 359
POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE
Explorations, Global Issues
FEA 310
FILM & CULTURE
Explorations
MUS 190
LISTENER APPROACH TO MUSIC
Explorations
MUS 290
POPULAR MUSIC IN AMERICA
Explorations
MUS 363
MUSIC & THE VISUAL ARTS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
MUS 364
MUSIC & THE TEMPORAL ARTS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
MUS 393
JAZZ- AN AMERICAN MUSIC
Explorations, Human Diversity
MUS 468
MUSIC & FILM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
MUS 490
INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC CULTURES
Explorations, Global Issues
THEA 113
INTRO TO ACTING
Explorations
THEA 122
THEATRE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Explorations
THEA 324
THEATRE TODAY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
CWL 324
THEA 425
THEATRE AND CINEMA
Capstone/ Interdisciplinary
THEA 427
DRAMATIC CONSTRUCTION
Capstone/Advanced Skills

Humanities: GE Category C2:  - Literature (C2a)

The following courses cultivate the intellect, imagination, sensibility, and sensitivity. It is meant in part to encourage students to respond subjectively as well as objectively to experience and to develop a sense of the integrity of emotional and intellectual response. Students should be motivated to cultivate and refine their affective as well as cognitive and physical faculties through studying great works of the human imagination, which could include active participation in individual esthetic, creative experience. Equally important is the intellectual examination of the subjective response, thereby increasing awareness and appreciation in the traditional humanistic disciplines such as art, dance, drama, literature, and music. The arts disciplines of film and design are also included in this category. Therefore courses in this category address the cultural and aesthetic context of the experience. The requirement should result in the student’s better understanding of the interrelationship between the creative arts, the humanities and self. Studies in these areas include exposure to both Western and non-Western cultures.

C2A
Subject/Number
Flag
Title
GE Designations
Other GE Designations
Cross Listed Courses
A/ST 336
SOUTHEAST ASIAN LIT AND CULTURE
Capstone/Writing Intensive, Global Issues
AFRS 140
INTRO TO AFRICAN AMER LIT
Explorations
AFRS 205
MODERN BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN LIT
Explorations
AFRS 343A
AFRICAN LITERATURE
Explorations, Global Issues
AFRS 343B
CARIBBEAN LITERATURE
Explorations, Global Issues
AFRS 346
AFRICANA THEATRE
Explorations, Global Issues
AFRS 415
INTERNATIONAL BLACK CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
Explorations, Global Issues
AIS 313
AMERICAN INDIAN GENDERS & SEXUALITIES
Explorations
WGSS 313
AIS 340
AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 340
ASAM 260
INTRO TO ASIAN AMERICAN LIT
Explorations
CHIN 370
CHINESE LITERATURE ENGL TRANSLATION
Explorations
CHLS 150
INTRO CHICANO LITERARY STUDIES
Explorations
CHLS 370
CHICANA/O AND LATINA/O LITERATURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Writing Intensive, Human Diversity
ENGL 370
CHLS 450
1492 AND BEYOND
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
RGR 450
CLSC 100
THE CLASSICAL WORLD OF GREECE AND ROME
Explorations
CLSC 101
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
Explorations
CLSC 201
ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE
Explorations
CLSC 202
LATIN LITERATURE
Explorations
CLSC 300
PAGAN CULTURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
C2b
CLSC 311
THE GREEK WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
HIST 310
CLSC 312
THE ROMAN WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
HIST 312
CLSC 410
LAW & LIT IN CLASSICAL WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
C2b
CLSC 420
CLASSICAL DRAMA
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
CWL 100
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LITERATURE
Explorations
CWL 101
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE WORLD LIT
Explorations
CWL 103
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE ASIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE
Explorations, Global Issues
CWL 104
LIT. & CULTURE OF THE MIDDLE EAST
Explorations, Global Issues
CWL 132
FOLKLORE-MYTHOLOGY
Explorations
CWL 205
New Fall 2014
DIGITAL LITERATURE AND CULTURE
Explorations
C1
CWL 210
New Spring 2015
EROTICA, LOVE, ROMANCE: LITERARY AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATION
Global Issues
E
CWL 213
VISUAL STUDIES: COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS
Explorations, Global Issues
C1
CWL 220
LITERATURE AND PLAY
Explorations
E
CWL 300
New Spring 2015
REPRESENTING THE WORLD: LITERATURE AND CULTURE IN CONTACT AND CONFLICT
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Capstone/Writing Intensive, Global Issues
CWL 315
LITERATURE AND MEDICINE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
D2
CWL 320
COMIC SPIRIT
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
CWL 334
EAST ASIAN LIT AND CULTURES
Explorations
CWL 342
BIBLE AS LITERATURE
Explorations
CWL 350
GLOBAL LIT. IN AMERICAN CULTURE
Explorations, Human Diversity
CWL 412
ART & LITERATURE
Capstone, Interdisciplinary
C1
CWL 415
ETHNIC LIT & CULTURE IN AMER
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
CWL 422
RENAISSANCE THEATRE & DRAMA
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
ENGL 180
APPRECIATION OF LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 250A
SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 250B
SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 270A
SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 270B
SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 340
AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE
Explorations
AIS 340
ENGL 363
SHAKESPEARE I
Explorations
ENGL 370
CHICANA/O AND LATINA/O LITERATURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Writing Intensive, Human Diversity
CHLS 370
ENGL 372
COMEDY IN THE UNITED STATES
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
ENGL 375
U.S. ETHNIC WRITERS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Writing Intensive, Human Diversity
ENGL 382
WOMEN AND LITERATURE
Explorations
WGSS 382
ENGL 385
THE SHORT STORY
Explorations
ENGL 386
POETRY
Explorations
ENGL 387
COMICS AND GRAPHIC NARRATIVES
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Writing Intensive, Human Diversity
ENGL 444
LITERATURE AND ENVIRONMENT
Capstone/Service Learning
FEA 346
THE EUROPEAN CINEMA OF COMMUNISM, FASCISM, AND RESISTANCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
HIST 346, RGR 346
GERM 380
CONTEMP GERMANY SOCIETY CULTR
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
GERM 415
SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE I
Explorations
GERM 416
SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE II
Explorations
HIST 310
GREEK WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
CLSC 311
HIST 312
ROMAN WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
CLSC 312
HIST 346
THE EUROPEAN CINEMA OF COMMUNISM, FASCISM, AND RESISTANCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
FEA 346, RGR 346
HIST 407
JAPAN & THE U.S. IN THE 20TH CENTURY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
JAPN 370
Ends Winter 2014
JAPAN LITERATURE ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Explorations
JOUR 315
LITERARY JOURNALISM
Explorations
R/ST 302
AMERICAN RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
C2b
RGR 100A
UPTOWN/DOWNTOWN: THE CITY AS TEXT
Global Issues
RGR 346
THE EUROPEAN CINEMA OF COMMUNISM, FASCISM, AND RESISTANCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
FEA 346, HIST 346
RGR 450
1492 AND BEYOND
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
CHLS 450
RUSS 310
RUSSIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
Explorations
RUSS 410
RUSSIAN CIVILIZATION
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
WGSS 313
AMERICAN INDIAN GENDERS & SEXUALITIES
Explorations
AIS 313
WGSS 318
U.S. WOMEN OF COLOR
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
D2
WGSS 382
WOMEN AND LITERATURE
Explorations
ENGL 382

Humanities: GE Category C2 – Philosophy (C2b):

The following courses cultivate the intellect, imagination, sensibility, and sensitivity. It is meant in part to encourage students to respond subjectively as well as objectively to experience and to develop a sense of the integrity of emotional and intellectual response. Students should be motivated to cultivate and refine their affective as well a cognitive and physical faculties through studying great works of the human imagination, which could include active participation in individual esthetic, creative experience. Equally important is the intellectual examination of the subjective response, thereby increasing awareness and appreciation in the traditional humanistic disciplines such as art, dance, drama, literature, and music. The arts disciplines of film and design are also included in this category. Therefore courses in this category address the cultural and aesthetic context of the experience. The requirement should result in the student’s better understanding of the interrelationship between the creative arts, the humanities and self. Studies in these areas include exposure to both Western and non-Western cultures.

C2B
Subject/Number
Flag
Title
GE Designations
Other GE Designations
Cross Listed Courses
AFRS 214
INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA AESTHETICS
Explorations
AFRS 353
RELIGION OF AFRICAN PEOPLES
Capstone/Interdisiciplinary, Global Issues
AFRS 400
AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIAL THOUGHT
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
AFRS 454
AFRICANA WOMANISM: AN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
AFRS 498
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ETHICAL THOUGHT
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
CBA 400
BUSINESS ETHICS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
PHIL 400
CLSC 300
PAGAN CULTURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
C2a
CLSC 410
LAW & LIT IN CLASSICAL WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
C2a
COMM 300
SURVEY OF RHETORICAL THEORY
Explorations
PHIL 100
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
Explorations
PHIL 160
INTRODUCTORY ETHICS
Explorations
PHIL 203
HISTORY OF EARLY WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
Explorations
PHIL 204
HISTORY OF MOD WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
Explorations
PHIL 306
PHILOSOPHY CHINA-JAPAN
Explorations, Global Issues
PHIL 307
PHILOSOPHIES OF INDIA
Explorations
PHIL 330
PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
Explorations
PHIL 351
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 352
PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 361
PHILOSOPHY OF ART
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 381
PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 400
BUSINESS ETHICS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
CBA 400
PHIL 401
PHILOSOPHY IN EDUCATION
Capstone/Service Learning
PHIL 403
MEDICAL ETHICS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 405
PHILOSOPHY OF LITERATURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 451
RACE, ENTHNICITY, GENDER, AMER LAW
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
PHIL 461
DIVERSITY IN CRITICISM & ANALYSIS ARTS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
PHIL 482
INTRO TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PSY 382
PSY 382
INTRO TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
PHIL 482
R/ST 100
INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION
Explorations
R/ST 101
RELIGION AT THE MOVIES
Explorations
R/ST 111
RELIGION GAMES: RELIGION IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE
Explorations
D2
R/ST 200
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY AND WESTERN RELIGIONS
Explorations
R/ST 201
INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN RELIGIONS
Explorations
R/ST 202
RELIGION-SOCIETY
Explorations
R/ST 208
RELIGION AND SEXUAL ETHICS
Explorations
C3
R/ST 210
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLE
Explorations
R/ST 230
HEAVEN, HELL, AND OTHER AFTERLIVES
Explorations
R/ST 240
LOVE, LIFE, AND THE WORLD
Explorations
E
R/ST 301
APPROACHING RELIGION
Explorations
R/ST 302
AMERICAN RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
C2a
R/ST 308
COMPARATIVE RELIGIOUS ETHICS
Explorations, Global Issues
R/ST 311
RELIGION AND LITERATURE OF THE HEBREW BIBLE/OLD TESTAMENT
Explorations
R/ST 312
DEAD SEA SCROLLS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
R/ST 322
NEW TESTAMENT & EARLIEST CHRISTIAN LITERATURE
Explorations
R/ST 331
ISLAMIC RELIGION AND CULTURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
R/ST 337
SUFISM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
R/ST 341
BUDDHISM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
R/ST 344
RELIGIONS OF JAPAN
Explorations
R/ST 351
HINDUISM
Explorations
R/ST 352
RELIGIONS OF INDIA
Explorations, Global Issues
R/ST 353
RELIGIONS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
R/ST 362
RELIGION AND PSYCHOLOGY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
R/ST 375
HISTORICAL JESUS
Explorations
R/ST 376
CHRISTIAN ORIGINS
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
R/ST 383
CHRISTIANITY AND GLOBAL ETHICS
Capstone/ Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
R/ST 391
RELIGION AND SCIENCE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
R/ST 402
RELIGION IN AMERICA
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
R/ST 467
RELIGION IN LATIN AMERICA CARIBBEAN
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
R/ST 471
EARLY CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIETY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
R/ST 472
FORMATION MODERN CHRISTIANITY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2

Humanities: GE Category C2 - Foreign Language (C2c)

Foreign Language courses in this category express their implications for cultures both in their linguistic structures and in their use in literature; but foreign language courses in this category contain a cultural component and not solely skill acquisition courses..

C2C
Subject/Number
Flag
Title
GE Designations
Other GE Designations
Cross Listed Courses
AFRS 170A
ELEMENTARY SWAHILI
Explorations
AFRS 170B
ELEMENTARY SWAHILI
Explorations
ARAB 101A
FUNDAMENTALS OF ARABIC
Explorations
ARAB 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF ARABIC
Explorations
ARAB 201A
INTERMEDIATE ARABIC
Explorations
ARAB 201B
INTERMEDIATE ARABIC
Explorations
ARAB 250
ARABIC FOR ARABIC SPEAKERS
Explorations
CHIN 101
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHINESE
Explorations
CHIN 102
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHINESE
Explorations
CHIN 111
ACCELERATED CHINESE HERITAGE STUDENTS I
Explorations
CHIN 201
INTERMEDIATE CHINESE
Explorations
CHIN 202
INTERMEDIATE CHINESE
Explorations
CHIN 211
ACCELERATED CHINESE HERITAGE STUDENTS II
Explorations
FREN 100A
FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
FREN 100B
FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
FREN 101
New Fall 2014
FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH
Explorations
FREN 101A
FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH
Explorations
FREN 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH
Explorations
FREN 200
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
FREN 201
New Fall 2014
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH
Explorations
FREN 201A
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH
Explorations
FREN 201B
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH
Explorations
GERM 101A
FUNDAMENTALS OF GERMAN
Explorations
GERM 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF GERMAN
Explorations
GERM 201A
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN
Explorations
GERM 201B
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN
Explorations
GK 101A
ELEMENTARY GREEK
Explorations
GK 101B
ELEMENTARY GREEK
Explorations
HEBW 101A
FUNDAMENTALS OF HEBREW
Explorations
HEBW 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF HEBREW
Explorations
ITAL 100A
FUNDAMENTALS OF ITALIAN FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
ITAL 100B
FUNDAMENTALS OF ITALIAN FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
ITAL 101
New Fall 2014
FUNDAMENTALS OF ITALIAN
Explorations
ITAL 101A
FUNDAMENTALS OF ITALIAN
Explorations
ITAL 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF ITALIAN
Explorations
ITAL 200
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS
Explorations
ITAL 201
New Fall 2014
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN
Explorations
ITAL 201A
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN
Explorations
ITAL 201B
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN
Explorations
JAPN 101
FUNDAMENTALS OF JAPANESE
Explorations
JAPN 102
FUNDAMENTALS OF JAPANESE
Explorations
JAPN 201
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE
Explorations
JAPN 202
INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE
Explorations
KHMR 111
ACCEL HERITAGE KHMER I
Explorations
KHMR 211
ACCEL HERITAGE KHMER II
Explorations
KOR 101
FUNDAMENTALS OF KOREAN
Explorations
KOR 102
FUNDAMENTALS OF KOREAN
Explorations
KOR 201
New Spring 2015
INTERMEDIATE KOREAN
Explorations
KOR 202
New Spring 2015
INTERMEDIATE KOREAN
Explorations
LAT 101A
ELEMENTARY LATIN
Explorations
LAT 101B
ELEMENTARY LATIN
Explorations
LING 151
FUNDAMENTALS OF AMER SIGN LANGUAGE
Explorations
LING 152
FUNDAMENTALS OF AMER SIGN LANGUAGE II
Explorations
PORT 100
FUNDAMENTALS OF PORTUGUESE
Explorations
PORT 200
INTERMEDIATE PORTUGUESE
Explorations
PORT 201A
INTERMEDIATE PORTUGUESE
Explorations
PORT 201B
INTERMEDIATE PORTUGUESE
Explorations
RGR 400
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Capstone/Interdisciplinary; Global Issues
RUSS 100
New Spring 2014
FUNDAMENTALS OF RUSSIAN
Explorations
RUSS 200
New Spring 2014
INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN
Explorations
SPAN 100
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPANISH
Explorations
SPAN 101B
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPANISH
Explorations
SPAN 200
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Explorations
SPAN 201A
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Explorations
SPAN 201B
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Explorations
SPAN 201C
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH III
Explorations
SPAN 250
SPANISH FOR BILINGUALS
Explorations
TGLG 101
FUNDAMENTALS OF TAGALOG
Explorations
TGLG 102
FUNDAMENTALS OF TAGALOG
Explorations
VIET 111
ACCELERATED VIETNAMESE FOR HERITAGE STUDENTS
Explorations
VIET 211
ACCELERATED VIETNAMESE FOR HERITAGE STUDENTS
Explorations

Humanities: GE Category C2 – Other Humanities (C3)

This category includes additional courses that fit the general humanities criteria for GE Category C that are not listed in one of the specific subcategories above.

Note: These courses satisfy the Humanities requirement under the Fall 2012 GE Pattern. Under prior patterns they may only be used as GE electives.

C3
Subject/Number
Flag
Title
GE Designations
Other GE Designations
Cross Listed Courses
A/ST 306
TRADITIONAL ASIA
Captstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
A/ST 495
CHINA HERITAGE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Global Issues
D2
AAAS 100
New Fall 2014
ASIAN EATS
Global Issues, Explorations
AMST 350
CALIFORNIA CULTURE
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
CWL 124
INTRO TO WORLD THEATRE AND DRAMA
Explorations, Global Issues
C1
CWL 414
MEDIEVAL WORLD
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
CWL 451
FILM AND NOVEL IN SOCIETY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
ENGL 300
ADVANCED COMPOSITION
Capstone/Advanced Skills
ENGL 318
THEORY OF FICTION AND FILM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
FEA 318
FEA 318
THEORY OF FICTION AND FILM
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
ENGL 318
FEA 486
ALTERNATIVE MEDIA
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
HIST 303
REBELS & RENEGADES
Capstone/Interdisciplinary
D2
HIST 313
ANCIENT GREECE
Explorations
R/ST 208
RELIGION AND SEXUAL ETHICS
Explorations
C2B
THEA 221
New Fall 2014
HISTORY OF THEATRE AND DRAMA TO 1660
Explorations, Global Issues
THEA 222
New Fall 2014
HISTORY OF THEATRE AND DRAMA SINCE 1660
Explorations, Global Issues
WGSS 365
POPULAR CULTURE: WOMEN, GENDER & SEXUALITY
Capstone/Interdisciplinary, Human Diversity
D2