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Academic Programs

General Education Course Offerings

Table of Contents

Category A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking

A1: Oral Communication

Subject Course Number Description
COMM 101 Public Speaking
COMM 200 Intro to Communication Studies
COMM 210 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 220 Group Communication
COMM 345 Media Literacy and Youth
COMM 442 Organizational Communication
EDUC 345 Media Literacy and Youth
ENGL 107 Advanced Composition/Rhetoric
ENGL 251 Secrets of Academic Writing
PA 101 Intro to the Performing Arts
PA 202 Integ. Dance, Music & Theatre


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A2: English Writing:

Subject Course Number Description
ENGL 105 Composition and Rhetoric I
ENGL 251 Secrets of Academic Writing
ENGL 330 Interdisciplinary Writing


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A3: Critical Thinking

Subject Course Number Description
ENGL 107 Advanced Composition/Rhetoric
MATH 230 Logic and Mathematical Reasoning
PHIL 230 Logic and Mathematical Reasoning
UNIV 110 Critical Think. & Univ. Mission
UNIV 150 First Year Seminar
UNIV 198 Intro. to Interdisciplinary Res.
UNIV 250 Second Year Seminar
UNIV 349 Transfer Year Seminar
UNIV 398 Adv. Resaerch Investigations


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Category B: Mathematics, Sciences and Technology

B1: Physical Sciences - Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Earth Sciences

Subject Course Number Description
ASTR 105 Intro. to the Solar System
BIOL 434 Intro. to Biomedical Imaging
BUS 341 Drug Discovery and Development
CHEM 100 Chemistry and Society
CHEM 101 Chemistry and the Environment
CHEM 105 Introduction to Chemistry
CHEM 110 Chemistry of Life
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II
CHEM 341 Drug Discovery and Development
CHEM 344 Energy and Society
COMP 345 Digital Image Processing
ECON 341 Drug Discovery and Development
GEOL 121 Physical Geology
GEOL 122 Historical Geology
HLTH 434 Intro. to Biomedical Imaging
MATH 345 Digital Image Processing
PHSC 170 Foundations in Phys. Science
PHYS 170 Foundations in Physical Science
PHYS 100 Introduction to Physics I
PHYS 101 Introduction to Physics II
PHYS 105 Intro. to the Solar System
PHYS 200 General Physics I
PHYS 201 General Physics II
PHYS 344 Energy and Society
PHYS 345 Digital Image Processing
PHYS 434 Intro. to Biomedical Imaging


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B2: Life Sciences - Biology

Subject Course Number Description
ANTH 104 Intro. to Bioanthropology
BIOL 100 Exploring the Living World
BIOL 170 Foundations of Life Science
BIOL 200 Organismal and Pop. Biology
BIOL 201 Cell and Molecular Biology
BIOL 212 Neurobiology and Cognitive Sci.
BIOL 213 Sex, Germs and Diseases
BIOL 217 Medical Microbiology
BIOL 332 Cancer and Society
BIOL 335 The Biosphere
BIOL 432 Epidemiology & Environment
BIOL 433 Ecology & the Environment
ESRM 100 Intro. Envir. Sci./Resource Mgmt.
PSY 212 Neurobiology and Cognitive Sci.


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B3: Mathematics - Mathematics and Applications

Subject Course Number Description
BIOL 203 Quantitative Methods for Biol.
MATH 105 Pre-Calculus
MATH 108 Mathematical Thinking
MATH 137 Strategies and Game Design
MATH 140 Calculus for Business
MATH 150 Calculus I
MATH 202 Biostatistics
MATH 208 Modern Math for Elementary Tch.
MATH 230 Logic and Mathematical Reasoning
MATH 329 Applied Stats for Bus. and Econ.
MATH 331 History of Mathematics
PHIL 230 Logic and Mathematical Reasoning
POLS 303 Stat. Appl. in the Soc. Sciences
PSY 202 Biostatistics
PSY 303 Stat. Appl. in the Soc. Sciences
SOC 303 Stat. Appl. in the Soc. Sciences


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B4: Computers and Information Technology

Subject Course Number Description
BIOL 203 Quantitative Methods for Biol.
CHEM 305 Computer Applications in Chem.
COMP 101 Computer Literacy
COMP 102 Web Development
COMP 105 Computer Program Intro.
COMP 110 Comp. Literacy for Educators
COMP 150 Object-Oriented Program.
COMP 337 Survey of Computer Gaming
COMP 345 Digital Image Processing
COMP 447 Societal Issues in Computing
COMP 449 Human-Computer Interaction
ESRM 328 Intro to Geographic Info. Sys.
LS 110 Comp. Literacy for Educators
MATH 345 Digital Image Processing
PHYS 345 Digital Image Processing
PSY 449 Human-Computer Interaction


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Category C: Art, Literature, Languages and Cultures

C1: Art

Subject Course Number Description
ART 100 Understanding Art Processes
ART 101 What is Art?
ART 102 Multicultural Children's Art
ART 110 Pre. Art to the Middle Ages
ART 111 Renaissance to Modern Art
ART 112 Art of the Eastern World
ART 220 Art & Design of Rock and Roll
ART 231 The Beatles
ART 330 Critical Think. in a Visual World
ART 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
ART 332 Multicultural Art Movements
ART 334 The Business of Art
ART 336 Dissonance, Diversity & Cont.
ART 337 Art on Film and Film as Art
ART 338 Psych. of Art and Artists
ART 343 Medieval Art: Diversity, Fait.
ART 435 Postmodern Visual Culture
ART 436 Modern Art
BUS 334 The Business of Art
COMM 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
EDUC 343 Teaching Drama to Children
HIST 337 Music in History
HIST 338 Theatre in History
PA 101 Intro. to the Performing Arts
PA 202 Integ. Dance, Music & Theatre
PA 360 Musical Theatre
PADA 254 Modern Dance I
PAMU 100 Music Appreciation
PAMU 200 History of Rock
PAMU 231 The Beatles
PAMU 307 University Chorus
PAMU 308 University Orchestra
PAMU 330 Jazz in America
PAMU 332 World Music
PAMU 336 Dissonance, Diversity & Cont.
PAMU 337 Music in History
PATH 280 Acting I
PATH 338 Theatre in History
PATH 343 Teaching Drama to Children
PSY 338 Psych. of Art and Artists


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C2: Literature Courses

Subject Course Number Description
BUS 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ECON 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ECON 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ENGL 110

Multicultural Lit Non-Mjrs.

ENGL 120 American Literature I
ENGL 150 British and European Lit. I
ENGL 210 Themes in World Literature
ENGL 220 American Literature II
ENGL 250 British and European Lit. II
ENGL 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ENGL 332 Teaching Dramatic Literature
ENGL 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
ENGL 337 Literature of the Environment
ENGL 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ENGL 342 Mod. Brit. & Euro. Drama & Theatre
ENGL 344 World Drama and Theatre
ENGL 349 Perspectives Multicultural Lit.
ENGL 354 Studies in Cultural Lit.
HIST 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
PATH 332 Teaching Dramatic Literature
PATH 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
PATH 342 Mod. Brit. & Euro. Drama & Theatre
PATH 344 World Drama and Theatre
POLS 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
SOC 331 Narratives of the Work. Class


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C3a: Language

Subject Course Number Description
ASL 101 American Sign Language I
CHIN 101 Elementary Chinese I
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 211 Spanish for Heritage Spkrs. I
SPAN 301 Advanced Spanish: Part One


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C3b: Multicultural

Subject Course Number Description
ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology
ART 101 What is Art?
ART 102 Multicultural Children's Art
ART 112 Art of the Eastern World
ART 332 Multicultural Art Movements
ART 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
ART 435 Postmodern Visual Culture
CHS 100 Chicana/os in Society
CHS 200 Diversity in Latina/o Communit.
CHS 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
CHS 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
COMM 321 Multicultural Conversations
EDUC 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
EDUC 512 Equity, Diversity & Foundations
ENGL 110 Multicultural Lit. Non-Mjrs.
ENGL 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
ENGL 349 Perspectives Multicultural Lit.
ENGL 354 Studies in Cultural Lit.
ENGL 430 Tradition and Transformation
HIST 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
HIST 337 Music in History
HIST 338 Theatre in History
HIST 430 Tradition and Transformation
HIST 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
NRS 342 Complementary & Alt. Health
PAMU 330 Jazz in America
PAMU 332 World Music
PAMU 337 Music in History
PATH 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
PATH 338 Theatre in History
POLS 306 Politics of Race & Ethnicity
POLS 330 Political Sociology
PSY 342 Complementary & Alt. Health
PSY 344 Psych. and Trad. Asian Thought
SOC 330 Political Sociology
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 211 Span. for Heritage Spkrs. I
UNIV 150 First Year Seminar
UNIV 392 International Experience


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Category D: Social Perspectives

Subject Course Number Description
ANTH 102 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 332 Human Ecology
ANTH 442 The African Diaspora
ANTH 443 Medical Anthropology
ART 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
ART 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
ART 334 The Business of Art
ART 336 Dissonance, Diversity & Cont.
ART 337 Art on Film and Film as Art
BIOL 332 Cancer and Society
BIOL 342 The Zoo
BIOL 432 Epidemiology & Environment
BUS 334 The Business of Art
BUS 339 Bus. in China: Heritage & Change
BUS 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
BUS 341 Drug Discoery and Development
BUS 342 The Zoo
BUS 349 History of Business/Economics
BUS 435 The Music Museum
BUS 448 Globalization and Development
CHEM 341 Drug Discovery and Development
CHS 100 Chicana/os in Society
CHS 200 Diversity in Latina/o Communit.
CHS 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
CHS 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
COMM 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
COMM 340 Conflict Mgmt. and Mediation
COMM 345 Media Literacy and Youth
COMM 441 Health Communication
COMP 447 Societal Issues in Computing
ECON 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ECON 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ECON 341 Drug Discovery and Development
ECON 342 The Zoo
ECON 349 History of Business/Economics
ECON 435 The Music Museum
ECON 448 Globalization and Development
EDUC 330 Intro to Secondary Schooling
EDUC 342 The Zoo
EDUC 345 Media Literacy and Youth
EDUC 435 The Music Museum
EDUC 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
ENGL 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ENGL 337 Literature of the Environment
ENGL 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ENGL 430 Tradition and Transformation
ESRM 100 Intro Envir. Sci/Resource Mgmt.
ESRM 332 Human Ecology
ESRM 341 The National Park
HIST 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
HIST 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
HIST 339 Bus. in China: Heritage & Change
HIST 349 History of Business/Economics
HIST 430 Tradition and Transformation
HIST 436 Psy. & Hist. of East Asian
HIST 442 The African Diaspora
HIST 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
MATH 331 History of Mathematics
NRS 441 Health Communication
PAMU 336 Dissonance, Diversity & Cont.
PAMU 435 The Music Museum
POLS 330 Political Sociology
POLS 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
POLS 341 The National Park
PSY 100 Intro to Psychology
PSY 213 Developmental Psychology
PSY 333 Measurement & Testing
PSY 337 Psych. Ethics & Moral Philos.
PSY 345 Ind. with Disabilities
PSY 432 Seminar in Leadership
PSY 436 Psy. & Hist. of East Asian
PSY 445 Adolescent Development
SOC 330 Political Sociology
SOC 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
SOC 448 Gloalization and Development
SPED 345 Ind. with Disabilities
UNIV 250 Second Year Seminar


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Category E: Human Psychological and Physiological Perspectives

Subject Course Number Description
ART 338 Psych. of Art and Artists
BIOL 212 Neurobiology and Cognitive Sci.
BIOL 213 Sex, Germs and Diseases
BIOL 434 Intro to Biomedical Imaging
COMP 449 Human-Computer Interaction
HIST 436 Psy. & Hist. of Eaast Asian
HLTH 322 Health Issues in Education

HLTH

434 Intro. to Biomedical Imaging
NRS 342 Complementary & Alt. Health
PADA 151 Conditioning for Dancers
PADA 253 Jazz Dance I
PADA 354 Modern Dance I
PHED 105 Zen of Surfing
PHED 208 Introduction to Kinesiology
PHED 302 Motor Learning, Fitness
PHYS 434 Intro to Biomedical Imaging
PSY 100 Intro to Psychology
PSY 212 Neurobiology and Cognitive Sci.
PSY 213 Developmental Psychology
PSY 220 Human Sexual Behavior
PSY 338 Psych. of Art and Artists
PSY 342 Complementary & Alt. Health
PSY 344 Psych. and Trad. Asian Thought
PSY 345 Ind. with Disabilities
PSY 346 Human Motivation
PSY 432 Seminar in Leaderhsip
PSY 436 Psy. & Hist. of East Asian
PSY 445 Adolescent Development
PSY 449 Human-Computer Interaction
SPED 345 Ind. with Disabilities
UNIV 150 First Year Seminar
UNIV 250 Second Year Seminar
UNIV 349 Transfer Year Seminar


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Upper Division Interdisciplinary: General Education Courses

Subject Course Number Description
ANTH 332 Human Ecology
ANTH 442 The African Diaspora
ANTH 443 Medical Anthropology
ART 330 Crit. Think. in a Visual World
ART 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
ART 332 Multicultural Art Movements
ART 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
ART 334 The Business of Art
ART 336 Dissonance, Diveristy & Cont.
ART 337 Art on Film and Film as Art
ART 338 Psych. of Art and Artists
ART 343 Medieval Art: Diversity, Fait.
ART 435 Postmodern Visual Culture
ART 436 Modern Art
BIOL 332 Cancer and Society
BIOL 335 The Biosphere
BIOL 342 The Zoo
BIOL 432 Epidemiology & Environment
BIOL 433 Ecology & the Environment
BIOL 434 Intro to Biomedical Imaging
BUS 334 The Business of Art
BUS 339 Bus. in China: Heritage & Change
BUS 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
BUS 341 Drug Discovery and Development
BUS 342 The Zoo
BUS 349 History of Business/Economics
BUS 435 The Music Museum
BUS 448 Globalization and Development
CHEM 341 Drug Discovery and Development
CHEM 344 Energy and Society
CHS 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
CHS 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
COMM 331 Art, Society, and Mass Media
COMM 340 Conflict Mgmt. and Mediation
COMM 345 Media Literacy and Youth
COMM 441 Health Communication
COMM 442 Organizational Communication
COMP 337 Survey of Computer Gaming
COMP 345 Digital Image Processing
COMP 447 Societal Issues in Computing
COMP 449 Human-Computer Interaction
ECON 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ECON 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ECON 341 Drug Discovery and Development
ECON 342 The Zoo
ECON 349 History of Business/Economics
ECON 435 The Music Museum
ECON 448 Globalization and Development
EDUC 330 Intro to Secondary Schooling
EDUC 342 The Zoo
EDUC 343 Teaching Drama to Children
EDUC

345

Media Literacy and Youth
EDUC 435 The Music Museum
EDUC 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
ENGL 330 Interdisciplinary Writing
ENGL 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
ENGL 332 Teaching Dramatic Literature
ENGL 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
ENGL 337 Literature of the Environment
ENGL 340 Business and Economics in Lit.
ENGL 342 Mod. Brit. & Euro. Drama & Theatre
ENGL 344 World Drama and Theatre
ENGL 349 Perspectives Multicultural Lit.
ENGL 430 Tradition and Transformation
ESRM 332 Human Ecology
ESRM 341 The National Park
HIST 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
HIST 333 Hist. of So. Cal. Chicana/o Art
HIST 337 Music in History
HIST 338 Theatre in History
HIST 339 Bus. in China: Heritage & Change
HIST 349 History of Business/Economics
HIST 430 Tradition and Transformation
HIST 436 Psy & Hist. of East Asian
HIST 442 The African Diaspora
HIST 445 Chicana/o Child & Adolescent
HLTH 434 Intro to Biomedical Imaging
MATH 331 History of Mathematics
MATH 345 Digital Image Processing
NRS 342 Complementary & Alt. Health
NRS 441 Health Communication
PAMU 330 Jazz in America
PAMU 332 World Music
PAMU 336 Dissonance, Diversity & Cont.
PAMU 337 Music in History
PAMU 435 The Music Museum
PATH 332 Teaching Dramatic Literature
PATH 333 Multicultural Drama & Theatre
PATH 338 Theatre in History
PATH 342 Mod. Brit. & Euro. Drama & Theatre
PATH 343 Teaching Drama to Children
PATH 344 World Drama and Theatre
PHYS 344 Energy and Society
PHYS 345 Digital Image Processing
PHYS 434 Intro to Biomedical Imaging
POLS 330 Political Sociology
POLS 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
POLS 341 The National Park
PSY 333 Measurement & Testing
PSY 337 Psych. Ethics & Moral Philos.
PSY 338 Psych. of Art and Artists
PSY 342 Complementary and Alt. Health
PSY 344 Psych. and Trad. Asian Thought
PSY 345 Ind. with Disabilities
PSY 346 Human Motivation
PSY 432 Seminar in Leadership
PSY 436 Psy. & Hist. of East Asian
PSY 445 Adolescent Development
PSY 449 Human-Computer Interaction
SOC 330 Political Sociology
SOC 331 Narratives of the Work. Class
SOC 448 Globalization and Development
SPED 345 Ind. with Disabilities
UNIV 349 Transfer Year Seminar

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