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Approved Gen Ed Courses

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Gen Ed Courses Approved for Intensive Sessions

The following courses have been approved for teaching in the Intersession.  No additional GEOC review is necessary.

Course Number and Title
ANTH 1000/W Other People’s Worlds; CA2, CA4-INT
ANTH 1006 Introduction to Anthropology; CA2, CA4-INT
ANTH 1500 Great Discoveries in Archaeology; CA2, CA4-INT
ANTH 2000 Social Anthropology; CA2, CA4
ARE 3440W Writing in Environmental and Resource Policy; W (enrollment cap 9)
ART 1000 Art Appreciation; CA1
ARTH 1137 Introduction to Art History I; CA1
CAMS 1102  Roman Civilization; CA1
CAMS 1103 Classical Mythology; CA1
CLCS 1002 Reading Between the Arts; CA1
CLCS 1110 Introduction to Film Studies; CA1
CLCS 2201 Intercultural Competency towards Global Perspectives; CA1, CA4-INT
COMM 1000 The Process of Communication; CA2
DRAM 1110 Introduction to Film; CA1
ECON 1000 Essentials of Economics; CA2
ECON 1201 Principles of Microeconomics; CA2
ECON 1202 Principles of Macroeconomics; CA2
ENGL 2401 Poetry; CA1
ENGL 2405 Drama; CA1
ENGL 2407 The Short Story; CA1
FREN 1177 Magicians, Witches and Wizards: Parallel Beliefs and Popular Culture in France from the Middle Ages to the 21st century; CA1, CA4-INT
GEOG 1000 Introduction to Geography; CA2
GEOG 1700 World Regional Geography; CA2, CA4-INT
GEOG 2100 Economic Geography; CA2
GSCI 1051 Earth and Life Through Time; CA3
GSCI 1052 Laboratory Earth and Life Through Time; CA3; students who complete both GSCI 1051 and GSCI 1052 may request GSCI 1051 be converted from a CA3 Non-laboratory to a CA3 Laboratory course.
HDFS 1060 Close Relationships Across the Lifespan; CA2
HDFS 1070 Individual and Family Development; CA2
HDFS 2001 Diversity Issues in Human Development and Family Studies; CA4
HIST 1201 Modern World History; CA1
HIST 1300 The Roots of the Western Experience; CA1
HIST 1400Modern Western Traditions; CA1
HIST 1502 United States History Since 1877; CA1
HIST 2206 Introduction to the History of Scienc; CA1
HIST/LAMS 3635 Mexico in the 19th and 20th Century; CA1, CA4
HRTS/POLS 1007 Introduction to Human Rights; CA2, CA4-INT
LING 1010 Language and Mind; CA-1
LING 1030 The Diversity of Languages; CA2, CA4
LING 2010Q The Science of Linguistics; CA3, Q
LLAS 1190Perspectives on Latin America; CA2, CA4-INT
LLAS/HIST 3635Mexico in the 19th and 20th Century; CA1, CA4
MATH 1020Q Problem Solving; Q
MATH 1030Q Elementary Discrete Mathematics; Q
MATH 1040Q Elementary Mathematical Modeling; Q
MATH 1060Q Precalculus; Q
MATH 1070Q Mathematics for Business and Economics; Q
MATH 1071Q Calculus for Business and Economics; Q
MUSI 1001 Music Appreciation; CA1
NRE 1000 Environmental Science; CA3
NUSC 1165 Fundamentals of Nutrition; CA3
NUSC 1167 Food, Culture and Society; CA4-INT
PHIL 1102 Philosophy and Logic, CA1
POLS 1002 Introduction to Political Theory; CA1
POLS/HRTS 1007 Introduction to Human Rights; CA2, CA4-INT
POLS 1202 Introduction to Comparative Politics; CA2, CA4-INT
POLS 1207 Introduction to Non-Western Politics; CA2, CA4-INT
POLS 1402 Introduction to International Relations; CA2, CA4-INT
POLS 1602 Introduction to the American Political Process; CA2
POLS 2072Q Quantitative Analysis in Political Science; Q
POLS 3208 Politics of Oil; CA2
PP 1001 Introduction to Public Policy; CA2
PP 3020W Cases in Public Policy; W
SLHS 1150 Communication Disorders; CA2, CA4
SOCI 1501 Race, Class, and Gender; CA2
SPAN 1010 Contemporary Spanish Culture and Society through Film; CA1, CA4-INT
STAT 1000Q Introduction to Statistics; Q
STAT 1100Q Elementary Concepts of Statistics; Q
WGSS 1105 Gender and Sexuality in everyday Life; CA2, CA4

Provisionally Approved

The following courses have been provisionally approved for teaching in the intensive sessions. Intersession Evaluation forms are required from EACH instructor teaching a provisionally approved Gen Ed course in EACH intensive session.  Failure to submit evaluation forms will result in the department being unable to offer the course again in a future intensive session by any instructor on any campus. Intersession Evaluation Forms are reviewed by the GEOC and the relevant subcommittees.

ANTH 3401 World Religions; CA1, CA4-INT
FREN 1169 Studies in the French-Speaking World; CA1, CA4-INT
FREN 1171 French Cinema; CA1, CA 4-INT
HIST 3674/ PRLS 3220 History of Latino/as in the US; CA1, CA4
MUSI 1000 Music Appreciation; CA1, CA4