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Please Note: These three lists are designed to give you an idea of the types of courses that have been approved and may be offered in a given semester. Not all courses on this list will be offered every semester. For a complete and accurate list of courses offered, please check Titan Web.

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  • Anthropology 202: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • Biology 104: Ecosphere in Crisis
  • Biology 105: Biological Concepts - Unity
  • Biology 106: Biological Concepts - Diversity
  • Biology 108: Honors: Biological Concepts - Unity
  • Biology 211: Human Anatomy
  • Biology 212: Human Physiology
  • Biology 230: Biology of Animals
  • Biology 231: Biology of Plants And Microbes
  • Biology 233: Microbial Survey
  • Chemistry 101: General, Organic and Biochemistry I
  • Chemistry 102: General, Organic and Biochemistry II
  • Chemistry 105: General Chemistry I
  • Chemistry 106: General Chemistry II
  • Economics 210: Economics and Business Statistics
  • Geography 121: Weather and Climate
  • Geography 221: Landforms and Soils
  • Geography 215: Map Reading and Analysis
  • Geology 102: Physical Geology
  • Geology 109: Evolution of The Earth
  • Geology 110: Honors: Geology
  • Geology 150: Environmental Geology
  • Geology 205: Mineralogy
  • Math 104: College Algebra
  • Math 106: Trigonometry
  • Math 108: Pre-Calculus
  • Math 109: Elementary Statistics
  • Math 171: Calculus I
  • Math 175: Honors: Calculus I
  • Math 201: Applied Statistics
  • Math 204: Finite Math for Business
  • Math 206: Applied Calculus for Business
  • Math 211: Foundations of Geometry and Measurements For Elementary and Special Education
  • PBIS 187: Problem Based Inquiry Seminar
  • PBIS 188: Modern Math and its Applications
  • PBIS 189: Statistics
  • Physics 103: Introduction to the Solar System
  • Physics 104: Stars, Galaxies and the Universe
  • Physics 107: General Physics I (NS)
  • Physics 108: General Physics II (NS)
  • Physics 109: General Physics I
  • Physics 110: General Physics II
  • Physical Science 101: Physical Science

 

  • Anthropology 102: Introduction to Anthropology
  • Anthropology 122: World Ethnography
  • Anthropology 232: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 250: Introduction to Archaeology
  • Economics 106: General Economics
  • Economics 204: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economics 206: Principles of Microeconomics
  • Educational Foundations 235: Child and Adolescent Development
  • Geography 102: World Regional Geography
  • Geography 104: Honors: World Regional Geography
  • Geography 202: Human Geography
  • Geography 204: Honors: Human Geography
  • Geography 213: Population Geography
  • History 101: Early Civilizations (Also Quest I)
  • History 102: Modern Civilizations
  • History 103: Honors: Modern Civilizations
  • History 201: US History to 1877
  • History 202: US History Since 1877
  • History 203: Honors: US History Since 1877
  • History 204: Honors: US History to 1877
  • Health 106: Personal Health and Wellness
  • International 205-206-207: Contemporary International Issues
  • Liberal Studies 208: Ecology of Occupation
  • Nursing 200: Growth, Development and Health Across the Lifespan
  • Political Science 101: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • Political Science 105: Introduction to American Government and Politics
  • Political Science 115: International Politics
  • Psychology 101: General Psychology
  • Psychology 104: Honors: General Psychology
  • Psychology 224: Psychology of Human Sexuality
  • Psychology/Women’s Studies 260: Psychology of Gender
  • Psychology 271: Cross Cultural Psychology
  • Public Administration 102: Contemporary Public Issues
  • Public Administration 221: Introduction to Public Administration
  • Religious Studies 104: American Religions
  • Religious Studies 162: Religion and Nature
  • Religious Studies/Women’s Studies 265: Women and Religion
  • Sociology 101: Introduction to Sociology
  • Urban Studies/Religion 131: Introduction to Urban Studies
  • Women’s Studies 205L: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies

 

  • Anthropology 274: Language in Culture
  • Arabic 110: Introduction to Arabic I
  • Arabic 111: Introduction to Arabic II
  • Arabic 210: Intermediate Arabic I
  • Arabic 211: Intermediate Arabic II
  • Art 105: Understanding The Arts
  • Art 115: Honors: Understanding the Arts
  • Art 203: Concepts and Creations - El Educator
  • Art 209: Art History Survey I
  • Art 210: Art History Survey II
  • Art 243: Women in Arts: Encounters
  • Chinese 110: Introduction to Chinese I
  • Chinese 111: Introduction to Chinese II
  • Chinese 210: Intermediate Chinese I
  • Chinese 211: Intermediate Chinese II
  • English 210: Classical and Medieval Literature
  • English 211: British Literature I
  • English 212: British Literature II
  • English 213: American Literature I
  • English 214: American Literature II
  • English 218: Introduction to Multiethnic Literature
  • English 219: African American Literature
  • English 220: Native American Literature
  • English 221: Asian American Literature
  • English 224: Women in Literature
  • English 225: Modern British Literature
  • English 226: Modern American Literature
  • English 227: Modern World Literature
  • English 228: Honors: Modern American Literature
  • English 229: Honors: African American Literature
  • English 231: Literature and Film
  • English 239: Introduction to Chinese Literature
  • English 243: Introduction to Nature Writing
  • English 244: Japanese Nature Writing
  • English 247: Shakespeare
  • French 110: Introduction to French I
  • French 111: Introduction to French II
  • French 203: Intermediate Structure and Expression I
  • French 204: Intermediate Structure and Expression II
  • French 248: French for CAPP (4th Semester)
  • German 110: Introduction to German I
  • German 111: Introduction to German II
  • German 203: Intermediate Structure and Expression I
  • German 204: Intermediate Structure and Expression II
  • German 248: German For CAPP (4th Semester)
  • Japanese 110: Introduction to Japanese I
  • Japanese 111: Introduction to Japanese II
  • Japanese 210: Introduction to Japanese III
  • Japanese 211: Intermediate Japanese I
  • Japanese 248: Intermediate Japanese II
  • Liberal Studies 202: Humanities Confront Violence and Aggression
  • Music 102: Music Theory for General Student
  • Music 215: African-American Popular
  • Music: Rock and Roll Music 216: Evolution of Jazz
  • Music 218: Survey of American Music
  • Music 219: Music and Culture
  • Philosophy 101: Elementary Logic
  • Philosophy 105: Ethics
  • Philosophy 106: Honors: Ethics
  • Philosophy 109: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Philosophy 110: Honors: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Philosophy 205: Ethical Issues in a Diverse Society
  • Philosophy 211: Philosophy in India
  • Philosophy 215: Philosophy of Art
  • Philosophy 225: Philosophy of Love
  • Religious Studies 102: World Religions
  • Religious Studies 106: Bible and Current Events
  • Religious Studies 203: Hebrew Bible
  • Religious Studies 204: New Testament
  • Religious Studies 210: Christianity
  • Religious Studies 211: American Catholicism
  • Religious Studies 215: Judaism
  • Religious Studies 221: The Hindu Tradition
  • Religious Studies 240: Islam
  • Religious Studies 285: African-American Religious Experience
  • Russian 110: Introduction to Russian I
  • Russian 111: Introduction to Russian II
  • Russian 203: Intermediate Structure and Expression
  • Russian 204: Russian Intermediate Reading
  • Spanish 101: Spanish IA - Project Success
  • Spanish 102: Spanish IB - Project Success
  • Spanish 103: Spanish II A - Project Success
  • Spanish 104: Spanish II B - Project Success
  • Spanish 110: Introduction to Spanish I
  • Spanish 111: Introduction to Spanish II
  • Spanish 203: Intermediate Structure and Expression I
  • Spanish 204: Intermediate Structure and Expression II
  • Spanish 248: Spanish For CAPP (4th Semester)
  • Theatre 161: Introduction to Theatre
  • Theatre 204: Survey of Theatre History