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1 Master List Updated Sept. 21, 2017 * Check with IA Program Assistant AS Asian Studies Elective is approved only LAS Latin American Studies when content is applicable MES Middle Eastern Studies AAAS Africana and African American Studies RS Religious Studies SS Security Studies RES Race and Ethnic Studies Politics, Culture, & History ELECTIVES Course Number Course Title Dis Minor ANTH 411 Global Perspectives WC SS ANTH 500 Peoples & Cultures of the World (area specific)* WC LAS/AS/MES/AAAS/RES ANTH 501 World Archaeological Cultures WC ANTH 515 Anthropology and Contemporary Issues ANTH 616 Religion, Culture and Society MES/RS/RES ANTH 640 Anthropology of Islam MES ANTH 697 Islam and Gender MES ANTH 750 Islam and Gender MES/RES ARTS 674 Greek Art ARTS 675 Roman Art ARTS 678 Romanesque and Gothic Art ARTS 679 Northern Renaissance Art I ARTS 680 Northern Renaissance Art II ARTS 681 Early Renaissance Art in Italy ARTS 682 The High Renaissance ARTS 683 Baroque Art in Southern Europe ARTS 684 Baroque Art in Northern Europe ARTS 687 Nineteenth Century European Art ARTS 688 Gauguin to Hitler CHIN 425 Intro to Chinese Culture and Civilization WC AS CHIN 521 Chinese Literature in translation AS CLAS 405 Intro to Greek Civilization HP CLAS 406 Intro to Roman Civilization HP CLAS 421 Major Greek Authors in English HUMA CLAS 510 Building Rome FPA CLAS 520D Green and Roman Religion CLAS 550A Greek and Roman Women HP CLAS 604 Golden Age of Rome ENGL/LING 606 Languages of the World RES FREN 525 Introduction to French Civilization WC FREN 526 Introduction to Francophone Civilization WC FREN 625 Cuisine and French Culture FREN 651/652 Readings in French Literature HUMA FREN 675 Topics in French Civilization FREN 676 Topics in Francophone Civilization FREN 677 France in the European Union FREN th Century French Literature FREN TH Century French Literature GEOG 401/402 Regional Geo. of Western and Non-Western World WC SS GEOG 514 Geography of Canada and the United States GEOG 520 Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean GEOG 530 Geography of China GEOG 540 Geography of the Middle East MES GEOG 550 Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa WC GEOG 584 Political Geography

2 GEOG 796* Conflict in Africa GERM 521 Major German Authors in English HUMA GERM 524 Love & Nation in German Film HUMA GERM 525 Introduction to German Culture & Civilization WC GERM 601 Introduction to German Literature GERM 797 Berlin in the Cultural Imagination Post-Wall German Literature Madness in German Literature Austrian Literature and Culture HIST 421 World History to the 16 th Century HP HIST 422 World History in the Modern Era HP HIST 425 Foreign Cultures (area specific) * WC AS/LAS/MES HIST 435/6 Western Civilization HP HIST 444B Revolutions Across Atlantic HP HIST 444C World War Propaganda in Britain and the U.S. HP SS HIST 444D Slavery & Society Africa HP AAAS HIST 444J Global Citizenship HP/FPA HIST 483/RS 483 History of World Religions HP RS HIST 498 Global History of Childhood and Youth HP HIST 532 Modern Latin America HP LAS/RES HIST 537 Espionage and History SS HIST 538 Modern European War and Society HIST 560 History of Great Britain/Modern Britain HIST 563 Introduction to Russian Culture & Civilization WC HIST 564 WWII in Russia and Soviet Union HIST 565 Women in Modern Europe HP HIST 566 Revolution in World pre-marx HIST 579 History of China in Modern Times HP AS HIST 580 History of Japan in Modern Times AS HIST 585 Venture of Islam: 6 th 15 th Century MES/RS HIST 586 Islam in the Modern Age, 15 th Century to present MES* HIST 587/588 History of Africa AAAS/RS/RES HIST 589 Islam in Africa MES/RS/RES Russia s Intel Outlaws Military and Politics of Ancient Greece - Modern Filthy Lucre: History of Money (Europe) HIST 596* Carnal Pleasures HIST 600* Topics vary* HIST 602 Holocaust/War on Europe s Jews HIST 609 International Law and Human Rights HIST 619/20 Foreign Relations of the United States SS HIST 632 Latin American History: Topics vary * LAS/RES HIST 633 Medieval England HIST 640 Holy War in the Holy Land MES HIST 641 Europe after the Black Death HIST 642 Religious Conflict Early Europe RS HIST th Century European Great Powers HIST 652 Topics in European Intellectual History* HIST th Century Europe HIST 662 England in Tudor and Stuart Period HIST 664 Russia: Modernization through Soviet Empire HIST 669 Germany from 1918 to the Present HIST 675 Early History of Ancient Greece HIST 676 Class & Hellenistic Greek Worlds HIST 677 Roman Republic HIST 678 Roman Empire HIST 681 Modern China Topics AS HIST 684 History of Southern Africa since 1652 HIST 690* Topics Vary* HIST 690 Europe High Mid Ages HIST 797 Modern African Colonialism HUMA 510 Ancient World HUMA 511 Medieval World HUMA 512 Renaissance and Early Modern HUMA 513 Modern World HUMA th Century,

3 HUMA th Century, HUMA 700 Travelling the Mediterranean ITAL 425 Intro to Italian Studies WC ITAL 444A Italians Come to America ITAL 444B Mamma Mia! Italian Motherhood HUMA ITAL 500 Selected Topics in World Literature ITAL 521 Italian Lit Translation C HUMA ITAL 522 Italian Lit Translation C HUMA ITAL 525 Italian Cinema/Intro to Italian Civilization & Culture FPA ITAL 651 Intro to Italian Civilization & Culture ITAL 652 Introduction to Italian Civilization and Culture II ITAL 681A/B Field Seminar in ITAL Culture: Ancient and Medieval Italy ITAL 682A/B Field Seminar in ITAL Culture: Early Modern and Cont. Italy JPN 425 Introduction to Japanese Culture and Civilization WC AS LING/ENGL 606 Languages of the World LLC 444 Walls: Mortar & Metaphor LLC 535 European Professional Culture, Germany WC PHIL 520 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy WC AS PHIL th Century European Philosophy POLT 403 United States in World Affairs HP POLT 522 Dissent and the Political Community POLT 543 The Politics of Costa Rica WC POLT 544 Of Dictators and Democrats POLT 545 People and Politics in Asia AS POLT 546 Wealth and Politics in Asia AS/RES POLT 550 Comparative Government and Society WC POLT 552 Contemporary European Politics POLT 554 Latin American Politics LAS POLT 555 Politics in Russia POLT 556 Politics in China AS POLT 558 Politics and Government of Canada POLT 559 Comparative Politics of the Middle East MES/SS POLT 560 World Politics SS SS POLT 562 Strategy and National Security Policy SS POLT 565 US - Latin American Relations LAS/SS/RES POLT 566 Foreign Policies of Asia and the Pacific AS POLT 569 Rise of China AS POLT 570 Counterterrorism SS POLT 588* Selected Topics in Comparative Politics* MES* POLT 592 Politics of Immigration POLT 740 States and Societies in the Middle East MES POLT 748 Food and Wine Politics POLT 760 Theories of International Relations POLT 778 International Organization SS POLT 797/798* Seminar/Topics vary* MES/AS* PORT 526 Luso-Brazilian Culture and Civilization RUSS 425 Contemporary Russian Society and Culture WC RUSS 521W Devils, Deities, Mad Russ Lit RUSS 522W Morality, Sex, and Revolution in Russian Lit RUSS 525 Russia: Mythology and Propaganda HP RUSS 691 Readings in Russian Literature SA PCH Politics, Culture, & History Elective Fulfilled Abroad SOC 444A Society in the Arctic SOC 597 Peace, Conflict and War SOC 656 Terrorism SS SOC 693 Global Social Change SS SPAN 525 Spanish Culture and Civilization WC SPAN 526 Latin American Culture and Civilization WC LAS/RES SPAN 647 Hispanic Cultural Studies SPAN 651/2 Intro to Spanish Literature and Thought HUMA SPAN 653/4 Intro to Latin American Literature and Thought HUMA LAS

4 SCIENCE, ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMY, & HEALTH ELECTIVES Course Number Course Title Dis Minor ACFI 703 International Financial Management ANTH 440A Honors/Medicine and Culture ETS ANTH 525 Anthropology of the Body SS ANTH 610 Medical Anthropology: Illness and Healing RES ANTH 627 Urbanization in Africa ANTH 680 Globalization, Development and Poverty SS/RES ANTH 685 Gender, Sex, & HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa ANTH 695 Globalization and Global Population Health BIOL 520 Our Changing Planet ETS CEE 520 Environmental Pollution/Protection-Global Context ETS CHE 410/H Energy and the Environment PS CLAS 540A Sustaining Ancient Rome Ecology and Empire ETS CLAS 540B Roman Houses & Public Life ETS CLAS 540C Tech, Tools and Engineering in the Ancient World ETS CMN 696W Seminar in Media Studies: Global Digital Capitalism ECOG 685 Eco-gastronomy Study Abroad ECON 645 International Economics ECON 655 Innovation in the Global Economy ECON 668 Economic Development ECON 669 Women and Third World Development ECON 698 Micro Finance ECON 746 International Finance ECON 747 Multinational Enterprises EREC 444 The New Pirates of the Caribbean WC ESCI 405 Global Environmental Change PS ESCI 444 Water: How Much is Enough? PS GEOG 560 Geography of Natural Hazards & Disasters ETS GEOG 581 Human Geography SS GEOG 582 Global Trade and Local Development SS GEOG 650 Field Methods in Geography GEOG 673 Political Ecology GEOG 685 Geography of Population and Development GEOG 686 World Economy and Globalization GEOG 690 Geography of Third World Development GEOG 796* Crowdsource Mapping HDFS/FS 772 International Approaches to Child Advocacy HDFS/FS 773 International Perspectives on Children and Families HIST 522 Science in the Modern World HP HIST 654* Science, Magic, & Rel. in Early Modern Europe/Topics vary* HIST 789* Seminar in the History of Science/Topics vary* HMGT 570 International Food & Culture WC HMGT/MKTG 756 International Franchising HMGT 771 International Wine and Beverage (for HMGT majors only) HMP 440A Global Public Health Issues WC HMP 715 Environmental Health ITAL 635 Food Aesthetics in Italy ITAL 645 Food Technology in Italy ITAL 675* Special Topics in Italian Studies JUST 405 Technology, Crime, and Society SS MGT 755 International Management MKTG/HMGT 756 International Franchising MKTG 760 International Marketing MKTG 798 Perspectives on the Business Enviro. in Dominican Rep. NR 415 Global Biological Change NR 435 Contemporary Conservation Issues ETS NR 502 Forest Ecosystems & Environmental Change ETS NR 606 International Energy Policy & Climate Change NR 720 International Enviro. Politics & Policies of the 21 st Century NR 784 Sustainable Living Global Perspectives NURS 794 Beyond our Borders: Global Health Issues PHIL 424 Science, Technology, and Society ETS

5 POLT 444 Science, Technology, & Politics ETS POLT 561 Intro to International Political Economy POLT 563 Global Information Grid SS POLT 567 Politics of Global Resources SS POLT 568 Introduction to Intelligence SS POLT 592 Selected Topics International Politics POLT 751 Comparative Environmental Politics & Policy POLT 762 International Political Economy POLT 780 International Environmental Politics SA ECHB Enviro., Sci., Health, & Business Elective Fulfilled Abroad SOC 565 Environment & Society ETS SOC 665 Environmental Sociology SW 625 Social Welfare Policy in a Global Context TOUR 510 Tourism & Global Understanding

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