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Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements

 

1A. Ethics and Values (EAV) (for current students)
1B. Reason and Value (REA) (for students entering before fall 2011)
2A. Social Analysis (SOC) (for current students)
2B. Social Analysis (SOC) (for students entering before fall 2011)
3. Historical Studies (HIS)
4. Cultures in Comparison (CUL)
5. Laboratory Science (LAB)
6. Quantitative and Deductive Reasoning (QUA)
7. Language (LAN)
8. Literature (LIT)
9. The Visual and Performing Arts (ART)

Ethics and Values (for current students)

Requirement: One course on the nature and demands of ethical reasoning and the ways in which individuals and communities articulate and embody their values both in reasoning and in practice. These courses recognize that contemporary and historical moral problems are often complex and unresolved.

AFRS BC 2510 Politics & Poetics of Consumption: Food, Ethnicity, and Globalization
AFRS BC 3560 Human Rights and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
ANTH V 3160 The Body and Society (also SOC, CUL)
ECON BC 2075 The Logic and Limits of Economic Justice
ECON BC 3041 Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy
ENGL BC 3159 The English Colloquium (all sections) (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3160 The English Colloquium (all sections) (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3179 American Literature to 1800 (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3195 Modernism (also LIT)
ENGL W 3267 Foundations of American Literature (also LIT)
HIST BC 1101x Introduction to European History: From the Renaissance to the French Revolution
HIST BC 1302 Introduction to European History from the French Revolution to the Present (also HIS)
HIST BC 2001/4901 Reacting to the Past II (also HIS)
HIST BC 4901 Reacting to the Past II (also HIS, REA)
JTS: JTH 1011 God, Torah, and Israel in Modern Jewish Thought
JTS: JTH 1012 Jewish Philosophical Texts
PHIL BC 1001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL V 2100 Philosophy of Education
PHIL V 2101 History of Philosophy I: Pre-Socratics through Augustine
PHIL V 2110 Philosophy and Feminism
PHIL V 2301 History of Philosophy III: Hegel to Heidegger
PHIL V 3701 Ethics (former title: Moral Philosophy)
PHIL V 3710 Law, Liberty, and Morality
PHIL V 3720 Ethics and Medicine
POLS BC 1013 Political Theory I
POLS BC 3102 Colloquium on Race and Modern Political Thought
PSYC BC 3166  Social Conflict
RELI V 2205 Hinduism (also CUL)
RELI V 2305 /2630 Islam (also CUL, HIS)
RELI V 2415 Japanese Religious Traditions
RELI V 2800 Religion and the Modern World (also CUL)
RELI V 3120 Introduction to New Testament
RELI V 3140 Early Christianity
RELI V 3314 The Qur'an: A Comparative Perspective
RELI V 3410 Daoism
RELI V 3501 Introduction to Hebrew Bible
RELI V 3720 Religion and Its Critics
RELI V 3803 / W 4825 Religion, Gender and Violence (also CUL)
RELI W 4335 Shi'ism
RELI W4509 Crime and Punishment in Jewish Culture
RELI W 4803 Religion versus the Academy
RELI W 4322 Topics in Islamic Law: Exploring the Sharia
RELI W 4807 Divine Human Animal
RUSS V 3223 Magical Mystery Tour
RUSS W 4006 Modern Russian Religious Thought
SCPP BC 3333 Genetics, Biodiversity & Society
SCPP BC 3334 Science, State Power and Ethics (also SOC)
SCPP BC 3335 Environmental Literature, Ethics and Action
SOCI BC/V 3318 Sociology of Sexuality
SOCI BC/W 3000 Social Theory (also SOC)
WMST BC 3509 The Sex of Science: Gender and Knowledge in Modern European History (also HIS)
WMST BC 3513 Critical Animal Studies (also SOC)
WMST V 1001 Introduction to Women 's and Gender Studies

Reason and Value (REA) (for students entering before Fall 2011)

Requirement: One course that allows students to explore ways in which values shape thought, thought shapes values, and both guide human actions.

AFRS BC 3560 Human Rights and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
AHIS W 3650 Twentieth Century Art(also ART)
ANTH V 2300 Anthropology of Estrangement (also CUL)
ANTH V 3160 The Body and Society (also SOC, CUL)
ANTH V 3988 Race & Sex in Science and Social Practice (also CUL)
ASRL V 3772 Perspectives on Evil and Suffering in World Religions (also CUL)

CLCV W 4110

Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece
CPLS W 3925/EAAS V 3567 Wisdom Literatures
ECON BC 3041 Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy
EESC W/BC 3018 Weapons of Mass Destruction
ENGL BC 3140 Prophets, Women, Social Change in Renaissance England
ENGL BC 3158 Medieval Literature (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3159 The English Colloquium (all sections) (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3160 The English Colloquium (all sections) (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3179 American Literature to 1800 (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3183 American Literature since 1945 (also LIT)
ENGL BC 3195 Modernism (also LIT)
ENGL W 3267 Foundations of American Literature (also LIT)
ENGL W 3283 Post-1945 American Literature
FREN BC 3041 Twentieth Century French Thought (also CUL)
FREN W 3420 Introduction to French and Francophone Studies I
GERM BC 3201 Intro. to German Culture and Thought (also HIS)
HIST BC 1011/1101 Introduction to European History: Renaissance to French Revolution (also HIS)
HIST BC 1302 Introduction to European History from the French Revolution to the Present (also HIS)
HIST BC 2001/4901 Reacting to the Past II (also HIS)
HIST BC 3400/4904 Intro duction. to Historical Theory and Method (also HIS)
HIST BC 4903 Reacting to the Past III: Science and Society (also HIS)
HIST W 3926 Historical Origins of Human Rights (also HIS)
HRTS V 3001  Introduction to Human Rights (also SOC)
HSEA W 4890 Historiography of East Asia
PHIL BC 1001 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL BC 2120 Existentialism
PHIL V 2101 History of Philosophy I: Pre-Socratics through Augustine
PHIL V 2108 Philosophy of History
PHIL V 2110 Philosophy and Feminism
PHIL V 2201 History of Philosophy II: Aquinas through Kant
PHIL V 2301 History of Philosophy III: Hegel to Heidegger
PHIL V 2593 Science & Religion
PHIL V 3237 Early Modern Philosophy
PHIL V 3701 Ethics (former title: Moral Philosophy)
PHIL V 3720 Ethics and Medicine
PHIL V 3751 Social & Political Philosophy
PHIL V 3758 PHIL V 2100 Philosophy of Education
POLS BC 1013 Political Theory I
POLS BC 1014 Political Theory II
POLS BC 3002 Human Rights and Immigration (also SOC)
POLS V 3020 Democracy and Its Critics (also SOC)
PSYC BC 3166  Social Conflict (also SOC)
PSYC BC 3 387 Topics of Neuroethics
RELI V 2005 Buddhism: Indo-Tibetan
RELI V 2008 Buddhism: East Asian
RELI V 2205 Hinduism (also CUL)
RELI V 2305 /2630 Islam (also CUL, HIS)
RELI V 2415 Japanese Religious Traditions
RELI V 2800 Religion and the Modern World (also CUL)
RELI V 2801 / RELI BC 1801 / 1101 Introduction to Western Religions (also CUL)
RELI V 2802 / RELI V 1102 / RELI V 1802  Introduction to Asian Religions (also CUL)
RELI V 3120 Introduction to New Testament (also HIS)
RELI V 3310 Sunnis, Sufis & Shias in Islam
RELI V 3314 The Qur'an: A Comparative Perspective
RELI V 3410 Daoism
RELI V 3501 Introduction to Hebrew Bible
RELI V 3570 Women and Judaism: Folklore or Religion?
RELI V 3720 Religion and Its Critics
RELI V 3803 / W 4825 Religion, Gender and Violence (also CUL)
RELI W 4342 / V 3205 Vedic Religion
RELI W 4510  The Thought of Maimonides
RELI W 4803 Religion versus the Academy

RUSS V 3223

Magical Mystery Tour: The Legacy of Old Rus'

RUSS W 4006 Modern Russian Religious Thought
SCPP BC 3333  Genetics, Biodiversity & Society
SCPP BC 3334 Science, State Power and Ethics (also SOC)
SCPP BC 3335 Environmental Literature, Ethics and Action
SOCI BC/W 3000 Social Theory (also SOC)

SOCI BC/V 3318

Sociology of Sexuality

WMST BC 3509 The Sex of Science: Gender and Knowledge in Modern European History (also HIS)
WMST V 1001 Introduction to Women 's and Gender Studies (also SOC)
WMST V 3122 The Jewish Woman: Hist.& Cult.

Social Analysis (SOC) (for current students)

Requirement: One course that prepares students to analyze societies and social categories using systematic theoretical and empirical inquiry. These courses must critically and constructively evaluate social structures and practices.

AFRS BC 3110 Theorizing Diaspora Gender, Transnationalism, Globalization (also LIT)
AFRS BC 3550 Harlem Seminar: Gay Harlem
AFRS BC 3556 The Anthropology of Black America (also CUL)
AFRS BC 3589 Black Feminism(s)/Womanism(s) and "Black Sexual Politics" in Contemporary U.S. Popular Culture
AFRS BC 3589 Black Sexual Politics
AMST / AMHS BC 3401 Colloquium in American Studies (also HIS)
ANTH V 1002 Interpretation of Culture (also CUL)
ANTH V 1009 Introduction to Language and Culture (also CUL)
ANTH V 3004 Introduction to Environmental Anthropology
ANTH V 3005 Africa: Culture & Society
ANTH V 3160 The Body and Society (also REA , CUL)
ANTH V 3810 Madagascar (also CUL)
ANTH V 3879 The Medical Imaginary 
ANTH V 3950 The Anthropology of Consumption
ANTH V 3971  Environmental and Cultural Behavior
CLCV V 3535 Identity and Society in Ancient Egypt (also HIS)
ECON BC 1003 Introduction to Economic Reasoning
ECON W 1105 Principles of Economics
ECON BC 2010 Economics of Gender
EESC BC3040 Environmental Law
HIST BC 3408 Emerging Cities: 19th Century Urban History
HIST BC 3676 Latin America: Migration, Race, and Ethnicity (also HIS)
HIST BC 3980 World Migration (also HIS)
HIST BC 4456 The Craft of Urban History (also HIS)
HIST BC 4651 Jewish Immigration: NYC, Paris London (also HIS)
HIST BC 4870 Gender and Migration: A Global Perspective
HIST BC 4973 Cities in the 20th Century: An Urban History of the Americas and Europe (also HIS)
POLS BC 1001 Dynamics of American Politics
POLS BC3102 Colloquium on Race and Modern Political Thought
POLS BC 3210 Power, Politics, and Policymaking
POLS BC 3222 Designing Social Inquiry
POLS BC 3402 Comparative Politics of Gender and Equality
POLS V 1501 Comparative Politics (also CUL)
POLS V 1601 International Politics
POLS V 3002 Human Rights and Immigration (also EAV)
POLS V 3212 Environmental Politics
POLS V 3313 American Urban Politics
POLS V 3401 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe (also HIS)
POLS V 3413 Political Movements in the Middle East and North Africa
POLS V 3615 Globalization & International Politics
POLS V 3675 Russia and the West (also HIS)
POLS W  3585 The Politics Economy of Development (also SOC)
POLS W 3202 Labor and American Politics (also SOC)
POLS W 3208 State Politicis  (also SOC)
POLS W 3245 Race and Ethnicity in American Politics  (also SOC)
POLS W 3260 Latino Political Experience (also SOC)
POLS W 3290 Voting and American Politics (also SOC)
POLS W 3322 The American Congress (also SOC)
POLS W 3522 The Life Cycle of Communist Regimes (also SOC)
PSYC BC 1136 Social Psychology
PSYC BC 3155 Psychology and Law
PSYC BC 3379   Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice
PSYC BC 3382 Adolescent Psychology
RELI V 3604 Religion and the City
SOCI  V 3217 Law and Society
SOCI BC 3220 Masculinity: A Sociological View
SOCI BC 3227 The Sociology of U.S. Economic Life
SOCI BC 3915 Election and Beyond
SOCI V 1205 The Evaluation of Evidence
SOCI V 2208 Culture in America
SOCI V 3208 Unity and Division in the Contemporary United States: A Sociological View
SOCI V 3225 Sociology of Education
SOCI V 3235 Social Movements
SOCI W 1000 The Social World
SOCI W 2400 Comparative Perspectives on Inequality
SOCI W 3010 Methods for Social Research
SOCI W 3264 The Changing American Family
SOCI W 3302 Sociology of Gender
SOCI W 3912 Global Urbanism (also CUL)
SOCI xxxx Law and Society
URBS V 3308 Introduction to Urban Ethnographies: Urban Newcomers and the Cities They Shape
URBS V 3315 Metropolitics of Race & Place
URBS V 3420 Introduction to Urban Sociology
WMST BC 1050 Introduction to Women and Health
WMST BC 3513 Critical Animal Studies (also EAV)
WMST BC 3518 Studies in U.S. Imperialism
WMST BC 3530 Feminist Media Theory
WMST V 1001 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies (also REA)

Social Analysis (SOC) (for students entering before Fall 2011)

Requirement: One course that acquaints students with the central concepts and methods of the social sciences, while also critically examining social structures and processes, and the roles of groups and individuals within them.

AFRS BC 3109 Junior Colloquium: Critical Race Theory (also LIT)
AFRS /PAFS BC 3100 Medicine and Power in African History
AFRS / PAFS BC 3110 Women and Religion in Africa and Diaspora (also CUL)
AFRS BC 3550 Harlem Seminar: Gay Harlem
AFRS BC 3589 Black Feminism(s)/Womanism(s) and "Black Sexual Politics" in Contemporary U.S. Popular Culture
AMST / AMHS BC 3401 Colloquium in American Studies (also HIS)
ANTH V 1002 Interpretation of Culture (also CUL)
ANTH V 1007 Origins of Human Society (also CUL)
ANTH V 1009 Introduction to Language and Culture (also CUL)
ANTH V 3004 Introduction to Environmental Anthropology (also CUL)
ANTH V 3160  The Body and Society (also REA , CUL)
ANTH V 3525 Introduction to South Asian History and Culture (also CUL, HIS)
ANTH V 3810 Madagascar (also CUL)
ANTH V 3829 Absent Bodies
ANTH V 3926 Rewriting Modernity: Transculturation and the Postcolonial Intellectual (also CUL)
ANTH V 3950 The Anthropology of Consumption (also CUL) 
ANTH V 3971  Environment and Cultural Behavior (also CUL)
ANTH V 39 76 Anthropology of Science (also CUL)
ANTH W 4042 Agent, Person, Subject, Self (also CUL)
ASAM W 1010  Introduction to Asian American Studies
CSER W 3940 Comparative Study of Constitutional Challenges Affecting African American, Latino and Asian American Communities
EAAS V 3370 Social Changes in East Asia
EAAS W 4 102 Critical Approaches to East Asia in the Social Sciences
EAAS W 4 408 Social Movements in Contemporary East Asia
ECON BC 1001  Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON BC 1002 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON BC 1003 Introduction to Economic Reasoning
ECON BC 2010  Economics of Gender
ECON W 1105 Principles of Economics
EDUC BC 2032 Contemporary Issues in Education
EESC BC3040 Environmental Law
HIST BC 1016/1660  Conceptualizing Race in Latin America (also CUL , HIS)
HIST BC 3082/3567 American Women in the 20th Century (also HIS)
HIST BC 3116 Filthy Lucre: A History of Money (also HIS)
HIST BC 3408 Emerging Cities: 19th Century Urban History
HIST BC 3414 The United States in the World (also HIS)
HIST BC 3440 Introduction to African-American History (also HIS)
HIST BC 3490/4804  Political Modernity : Themes in South Asian History (also HIS)
HIST BC 3525 / URBS V 3525 20th-Century Urbanization in Comparative Perspective (also CUL , HIS)
HIST BC 3681  History of Women and Gender in Latin America (also HIS)
HIST BC 3664 Reproducing Inequalities: Families in Latin American History
HIST BC 3676 Latin America: Migration, Race, and Ethnicity (also HIS)
HIST BC 3803/1803 Gender and Empire (also HIS)
HIST BC 3840 Gender, Caste and Nation in South Asia (also HIS)
HIST BC 3978 20th Century Cities: Americas and Europe (also HIS)
HIST BC 3980 World Migration (also HIS)
HIST BC 4411 Race and the Making of the United States (also HIS)
HIST BC 4651 Jewish Immigration: NYC, Paris London (also HIS)
HIST BC 4456 The Craft of Urban History (also HIS)
HIST BC 4672 Perspectives on Power in 20 C. Latin America (also HIS)
HIST BC 4870 Gender and Migration: A Global Perspective
HIST W 3503 American Workers in the Twentieth Century (also HIS)
HRTS V 3001  Introduction to Human Rights (also REA)
HSEA W 3850 Contemporary Chinese Culture and Society
JTS: PHIL 5329 Religion and Politics in American Jewry (JTS/Double Degree Program)
LATS W 1601  Introduction to Latin Studies (also CUL)
MDES W 3000 Theories of Culture: Middle East and South Asia
MDES W 4621 Court Cultures of India
MUSI V 3420 The Social Science of Music (also ART)
PHIL V 3353 European Social Philosophy
POLS BC 1001 Dynamics of American Politics
POLS BC 3200 American Political Development, 1789-1980
POLS BC 3210 Power, Politics, and Policymaking
POLS BC 3301 Colloquium on Women as Voters, Candidates and Leaders
POLS BC 3335  Mass Media and American Democracy
POLS V/BC 3401 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe (also HIS)
POLS V 1501  Comparative Politics (also CUL)
POLS V 1601 International Politics
POLS V 3020  Democracy and Its Critics (also REA)
POLS V 3212 Environmental Politics
POLS V 3313 American Urban Politics
POLS V 3615 Globalization & International Politics
POLS V 3620 Intro to Contemporary Chinese Politics (also HIS)
POLS V 3675 Russia and the West (also HIS)
POLS W 3202 Labor and American Politics
POLS W 3208 State Politics
POLS W 3245 Race and Ethnicity in American Politics
POLS W 3260 Latino Political Experience
POLS W 3290 Voting and American Politics
POLS W 3322 The American Congress
POLS W 3585 The Politics Economy of Development
POLS W 3690 Introductions to International Law
POLS W 3522 The Life Cycle of Communist Regimes
POLS W 4311  American Parties and Elections (also HIS)
POLS W 4461 3461 Latin American Politics (also CUL)
POLS W 4496 Contemporary African Politics (also CUL)
PSYC BC 1136  Social Psychology
PSYC BC 3155 Psychology and Law
PSYC BC 3166 Social Conflict (also REA)
PSYC BC 3379   Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice
PSYC BC 3382 Adolescent Psychology
PSYC W 2630 Social Psychology
RELI V 3311 Islam in the Post-Colonial World
RELI V 3604 Religion and the City
RELI V 3651 Evangelicalism
RELI V 3798 Gift and Religion
RELI W 48 30 Pilgrimage in Asian Practice (also CUL)
SCPP BC 3334 Science, State Power and Ethics (also REA)
SOCI W 1000 The Social World
SOCI BC 1003  Introduction to Sociology
SOCI BC 3000 Social Theory (also REA)
SOCI V 2208 Culture in America
SOCI W 2400 Comparative Perspectives on Inequality
SOCI BC 3204 Social Theory and Cultural Diversity
SOCI V/BC 3208 Unity and Division in the Contemporary United States: A Sociological View
SOCI V/BC 3220 Masculinity: A Sociological View
SOCI V/BC 3227 The Sociology of U.S. Economic Life
SOCI V 1202/W 3020 Sociological Imagination/The Social World
SOCI V 1205/V 1205 The Evaluation of Evidence
SOCI V 3200 Gender, Class and Race
SOCI V 3225 Sociology of Education
SOCI V 3235 Social Movements
SOCI V 3247 Immigrant Experience: Old and New (also CUL)
SOCI V 3270  Sociology of Mass Media and Popular Culture
SOCI W 3190  Sociology's Historical Imagination
SOCI W 3264 The Changing American Family
SOCI W 3302 Sociology of Gender
SOCI W 3912 / W 3324 Global Urbanism (also CUL)
URBS BC 3590 / WMST BC 3590 / AMST BC 3201 Theorizing Civic Engagement
URBS V 3410 Race, Ethnicity and Immigration in Urban America
URBS V 3420 Introduction to Urban Sociology
URBS V 3810 Production, Consumption and Control of Public Space
URBS V 3920 Social Entrepreneurship
WMST V 1001 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies (also REA)
WMST BC 1050 Introduction to Women and Health
WMST BC 3131 Women and Science
WMST BC 3132 Gendered Controversies: Women's Bodies and Global Conflicts
WMST BC 3136    Asian American Women    
WMST BC 3518 Studies in U.S. Imperialism
WMST W 4303 Gender, Globalization & Empire

 

Historical Studies (HIS)

Requirement: One course enabling students to study times and traditions of the past, to learn theories and methods of historical analysis, and to discover how different concepts of history shape our understanding of both past and present.

AFRS C 1001 Introduction to African-American Studies
AFRS BC 2006y Introduction to the African Diaspora (also CUL)
AFRS BC 2010 Colonialism in Africa
AFRS BC 3528x Harlem on My Mind: History, Culture, Political Economy
AFRS BC 3055 Slave Resistance in the United States from the Colonial Era to the Civil War
AFRS BC 3020 Harlem Crossroads
HIST BC 3978 20th Century Cities: Americas and Europe (also SOC)
HIST BC 4788 Gender, Sexuality, and Power from Colonial to Contemporary Africa (also CUL)
AHIS BC 1001,1002 Introduction to Art History (also CUL, ART)
AHIS BC 3662 18th Century Art (also ART)
AHIS BC 3948 The Visual Culture of the Harlem Renaissance (also ART)
AHIS BC 3626 In and Around Abstract Art (also ART)
AHIS BC 3682 Early Modernism and the Crisis of Representation
AHIS W 3600 19th Century European Art (also ART)
AMST W 1010 Introduction to American Studies
ANTH V 3525 Introduction to South Asian History and Culture (also SOC, CUL)
ANTH V 3931 Social Life in Ancient Egypt (also CUL)
ASCE V 2359 Introduction to East Asian Civilization: China
ASCE V 2361  Introduction to East Asian Civilization: Japan
ASCE V 2363  Introduction to East Asian Civilization: Korea
ASCE V 2365 Introduction to East Asian Civilization: Tibet
ASCM V 2003 Introduction to Islamic Civilization
ASCM V 2357  Introduction to Indian Civilization
ASST W 4001 Bengal: Culture and Identity
AMST/BLIC BC 3450 Women and Leadership
CLCV V 3158  Women in Antiquity (also CUL)
CLCV V 3175 The World of Late Antiquity
CLCV V 3535 Identity and Society in Ancient Egypt (also SOC)
CLCV W 4411 Egypt and the Classical World (also CUL)
COR 1002 Histories and Homilies
DNCE BC 2566/3001  Western Theatrical Dance History (also ART)
DNCE BC 3578 Traditions of African-American Dance (also ART)
ECON BC 2012 Economic History of Western Europe
ECON BC 2014  Topics in Economic History
ECON BC 3013 Economic History of U.S.
FREN BC 3023  Culture and Institutions of France
GERM BC 3201 Intro. to German Culture and Thought (also REA)
HISTORY  
See the List of Current Courses Satisfying GERs for additional courses satisfying this requirement.
HIST W 1005 Ancient Greek History 800-146 BC
HIST BC 3255 Between the Two World Wars: Democracy and Dictatorships in Italy, the Balkans, and Turkey
HIST BC 3367 The History of Childhood in Europe: Middle Ages to Today
HIST BC 3374 France in Modern Times, 1789-present
HIST BC 3388 Introduction to History of Science since 1800 (also SOC)
HIST BC 3408 Emerging Cities: 19th Century Urban History
HIST BC 3472 Projecting American Empire
HIST BC 3676 Latin America: Migration, Race, and Ethnicity (also SOC)
HIST BC 3866 Fashion in China
HIST BC 3978 20th Century Cities: Americas and Europe
HIST BC 4330 Between France and North Africa: History, Identity, Difference
HIST BC 4336 Surviving in Nazi-Occupied Europe
HIST BC 4371 War and Gender: World War One, Masculinity and Femininity
HIST BC 4904 Introduction to Historical Theory and Method
HIST BC 4973 Cities in the 20th Century: An Urban History of the Americas and Europe (also SOC)
HSEA W 4828 China's Cultural Revolution in History and Memory
HSME W 3650 / HIST W 3800 Gandhi's India
HSPB W 3950 / SOSC P 8773 The Social History of American Public Health
HSSL W 3224  Cities & Civilizations: An Intro to Eurasian Studies (also CUL)
INSM C 3940 Science Across Cultures
ITAL W 4502  Italian Cultural Studies I
ITAL W 4503 Italian Cultural Studies II
LATS W 1600  Latino History & Culture (also CUL)
MDES W 3004 Islam in South Asia
MEDS G 4050 Orthodoxy and Heresy in the Medieval Period
POLS BC 3200 American Political Development, 1789-1980
POLS V/BC 3401 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe (also SOC)
POLS V 3620  Introduction to Contemporary Chinese Politics  (also SOC)
POLS V 3675  Russia and the West (also SOC)
POLS W 3280 Century American Politics
POLS W 4311  American Parties and Elections (also SOC)
RELI V 2105  Christianity
RELI V 2110 Mormonism
RELI V 2305 / 2630 Islam (also REA, CUL)
RELI V 2505 Judaism
RELI V 3120 Introduction to the New Testament (also REA)
RELI V 3140 Early Christianity
RELI V 3502 / 3508 Judaism During the Time of Jesus
RELI V 3602, 3 603 Religion and American Culture I & II  (also CUL)
RELI V 3650  Religion & The Civil Rights Movement
RELI V 3652 Religion, Politics and the Presidency
RELI V 3585 The Sephardic Experience
RELI W 4321 Islam in the 20th Century
RELI W 4660 A Religious History of NYC 1664-1965
RELI W 4612 Religion and Humanitarian Activism in the 1800s
RELI W 4614 Defining Marriage
RUSS W 4676 Russian Art between East and West (also ART)
SOCI W 3355 Religion and Politics (also CUL)
URBS V 3545 Shaping the Modern City
HIST BC 3525 / URBS V 3525 20th Century Urbanization in Comparative Perspective (also SOC, CUL)
WMST BC 3121  Black Women in America
WMST BC 3509 The Sex of Science: Gender and Knowledge in Modern European History (also REA)
WMST W 4300 #4 / 4306 Advanced Topics: Feminisms in China

Cultures In Comparison (CUL)

Requirement: One course that compares two or more cultures from the perspectives of the humanities and/or social sciences.

AFRS/PAFS BC 3110 Women and Religion in Africa and Diaspora (also SOC)
AFRS BC 2006y Introduction to the African Diaspora (also HIS)
AFRS BC 3005 Introduction to Caribbean Societies
AFRS BC 3556 The Anthropology of Black America (also SOC)
AFRS BC 3562 Caribbean Sexualities
HIST BC 4788 Gender, Sexuality, and Power from Colonial to Contemporary Africa (also HIS)
AHIS BC 1001, 1002   Introduction to Art History (also HIS, ART)
AHIS W 3900 The Art and Archeology of Greek Colonization (also ART)
AHMM V 3320 Music-East Asia-Southeast Asia (also ART)
AHUM V 3340 Arts of China, Korea and Japan (also ART)
AHUM V 3399  Colloquium on Major Texts I (also LIT)
AHUM V 3400 Colloquium on Major Texts II (also LIT)
AHUM V 3830 Colloquium on Modern East Asian Texts (also LIT)
ANTHROPOLOGY See the List of Current Courses Satisfying GER for additional courses satisfying this requirement.
ANTH The Anthropology of Cultural, Biological, and Linguistic Diversity
ANTH V3008 Maximum Cinemas: Indian and Nigerian Film Cultures
ANTH V 3810 Madagascar (also SOC)
ANTH V 3879 The Medical Imaginary 
ANTH W 4065 Archeology of Idols
ASCE V 2002 Introduction to Major Topics: East Asia
ASC M V 2001  Introduction to Major Topics: Middle East and India
ASRL V 3772  Perspectives on Evil and Suffering on World Religions (also REA)
CLCV V 3158 Women in Antiquity (also HIS)
CLCV V 3162 Ancient Law
CLCV W 4411 Egypt and the Classical World (also HIS)
CLEN W 4785 Global English Literature
CLRS V 3119 The Novel in the US & USSR, 1925-1940: Literature Confronts Social Crises (also LIT)
CLRS W 4190 Race, Ethnicity, and Narrative in the Russian/Soviet Empire (also LIT)
CLYD G 4460 The Horror Story: Between Jews and Others
CPLS BC 3001 Introduction to Comparative Literature (also LIT)
CPLS BC 3110 Introduction to Translation Studies (also LIT)
CPLS BC 3140 Europe Imagined: Images of the New Europe in 20th Century Literature (also LIT)
CPLS V 3235 Imagining the self (also LIT)
CPLS W 4080 Magic and Modernity (also LIT)
CSER W 1012 History of Racialization in the United States
DANC BC 2565 World Dance History (also ART)
EESC BC 3032 Agricultural and Urban Land Use
ENGL BC 3149 Cultures of Colonialism
ENGL BC 3190 Global Literature in English (also LIT)
FREN BC 3041 Twentieth Century French Thought (also REA)
FREN BC 3047 #11 / 3069 Blacks, Jews and Arabs in France
FREN BC 3047 # 7 / 3070  Negritude
FREN BC 3071 Major Literary Works of the French-Speaking World (also LIT)
FREN BC 3073/BC 3049 African in Cinema (also ART)
FREN W 3421 Introduction to French and Francophone Studies (also LIT)
FREN W 3505 Cultural Diversity in Contemporary France
FREN W 3606 Cultural Studies: Cultural Diversity in France
GERM BC 3224 Germany's Traveling Cultures [in English]
GERM BC 3225 Germany's Traveling Cultures [in German]
GERM BC 323 2  From Decadence to Dada [in English] (also LIT)
GERM BC 3233  From Decadence to Dada [in German] (also LIT)
GRKM V 3400 Greek American Culture: Diaspora, Immigration and Translation (also LIT)
GRKM W 4430 Greece and the Modern Imagination (also REA)
HIST BC 1016/1660 Conceptualizing Race in Latin America (also SOC , HIS)
HIST BC 1801 Colonialism and Nationalism in South Asia (also HIS)
HIST BC 3039/3321  Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Culture of Empire (also HIS)
HIST BC 3048/3668  Social Revolutions in Latin America (also HIS)
HIST BC 3180 Merchants, Pirates, and Slaves in the Formation of Atlantic Capitalism: 1600-1800 (also HIS)
HIST BC 3494 The Era of Independence in the Americas: United States, Haiti, Mexico (also HIS)
HIST BC 3525  URBS V 3525 20th-Century Urbanization in Comparative Perspective (also SOC , HIS)
HIST BC 3865 Gender and Power in China (also HIS)
HIST BC 4671   History of the Family in Global Perspective (also HIS)
HIST BC 4886 Fashion (also HIS)
HIST W 3719 History of the Modern Middle East (also HIS)
HIST W 3912 Domestic Animals and Human History (also HIS)
HIST W 4032 Family and Sexuality in the Greek and Roman Worlds (also HIS)
HSEA V 3100 History and Ethnography of East Asian Martial Arts
HSEA W 3898 The Mongols in History
HSSL W 3224  Cities & Civilizations: An Introduction to Eurasian Studies (also HIS)
LATS W 1600  Latino History & Culture (also HIS)
LATS W 1601 Intro to Latino Studies (also SOC)
MDES W 3042 Palestinian and Israeli Politics and Societies
MDES W 4350 Armenians in the Early Ottoman Empire: Political, Cultural & Social Realities
MUSI V 2020 Salsa, Soca and Reggae: Popular Music of the Caribbean (also ART)
MUSI V 2021 Music in Contemporary Native America (also ART)
MUSI V 3158 Music, Race and Nation
MUSI W 444 0 Popular Music in Latin America
POLS BC 3119 Colloquium on Islam and Politics
POLS V 1501  Comparative Politics (also SOC)
POLS W 4461 3461  Latin American Politics (also SOC)
POLS W 4496 Contemporary African Politics (also SOC)
PSYC BC 3162 Introduction to Cultural Psychology 
PSYC W 2650 Introduction to Cultural Psychology
RELI V 2205 Hinduism (also REA)
RELI V 2 305 / 2630 Islam (also HIS , REA)
RELI V 2800 Religion and the Modern World (also REA)
RELI V 2801/RELI BC1 801 1101 Introduction to Western Religions (also REA)
RELI V 2802 / RELI V 1102 RELI V 1802  Introduction to Asian Religions (also REA)
RELI V 3 495 Life After Death
RELI V 3 602 , 3 603 Religion and American Culture (also HIS)
RELI V 3803 / W 4825 Religion, Gender and Violence (also REA)
RELI W 4011 Lotus Sutra
RELI W 4730  Exodus and Politics: Religious Narrative as a Source of Revolution
RELI W 4 215  Hinduism Here
RELI W 4403 Bodies and Spirits in East Asia
RELI W 4801 World Religions: Idea and Enactment (also REA)
RELI W 4811 Mystical Dimensions of Islam and Judaism
RELI W 4830 Pilgrimage in Asian Practice (also SOC)
SLCL W 3001 Slavic Cultures
SOCI V/BC 3901  The Sociology of Culture
SOCI V 3247  Immigrant Experience: Old and New (also SOC)
SOCI W 3355 Religion and Politics (also HIS)
SOCI W 3480 Revolutions, Social Movements and Contentious Politics
SOCI W 3912 / W 3324 Global Urbanism (also SOC)
SPAN BC 3004  Hispanics in the United States
SPAN BC 3203  Women Poets of the Americas (also LIT)
SPAN BC 3990 Latin American Perspectives on Violence, Colonization and Globalization (also LIT)
SPAN V 3351 Literature and Culture of Latin America
SPAN W 3265 Latin American Literature in Translation
SPAN W 3330 Introduction of Hispanic Cultures
THTR V 3000 World Theatre/Theatre Traditions in a Global Context
THTR V 3156 Modern Asian Performance/Contemporary Asian Performance (also ART)
URBS V 3565 Urban Planning in Developing Countries: Problems and Prospects
WMST BC 2530 Global South Women Film Directors
WMST BC 3133  Women, Islam and Nationalism
WMST BC 3134 Unheard Voices:  African Women's Literature (also LIT)
WMST BC 3915 Gender and Power in Transnational Perspective

Laboratory Science (LAB)

Requirement: Students must complete one year of science (two lectures and two labs) in the same field. Acceptable courses must meet for at least three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week. The student must pass both the lecture and the laboratory portions of the course, and the College strongly suggests that the two be taken concurrently. The following courses meet these requirements.

Astronomy  ASTR BC 1753-1754 or ASTR C 1403-1404, both with lab. ASTR C 1903-1904. The following combinations can be used for one semester of the requirement: ASTR C1610 with C1903, ASTR C1420 with C1904, ASTR C1836 with C1904.
Biology  BC 1001-1002 or BC 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004 or BC 1500, 1501, 1502, and 1503
Chemistry BC 2001 and BC 2002, BC 2001 and BC 3230 with BC 3328, C 1403–C 1404 with C 1500 and one additional laboratory course, e.g., BC 2102, BC 3328, BC 3338, or C 3543.
Environmental Science Environmental Science: Any combination of two of EESC BC 1001, BC 1002, V 1011, S 1011, V 1001, V 2100,  V 2200, V 2300/(EEEB W 2002).  Students may also complete the lab science requirement by combining the Columbia SEE-U summer program with BC 1002, V 1011, V 1001, V 2100, or V 2200
Physics  BC 2001, 2002, 3001 (any two); F, V, or W 1201-1202 with 1291-1292
Psychology Psychology: Two courses with laboratory from the following list: BC 1001 + BC 1010, BC 1106 + BC 1107 (Group A), BC 1109 + BC 1110 (Group B), BC 1114 + BC 1115 (Group A), BC 1118 + BC 1119 (Group B), BC 1124 + BC 1125 (Group C), BC 1128 + BC 1129 (Group C), BC 1137 + BC 1138 (Group C). Note: BC 1001 (or AP credit in Psychology) + BC 1010 can be combined with another lab/lecture combination from any group; otherwise, the two labs must be from two different letter groups: see Requirements for Major on the Psychology Department.

Quantitative and Deductive Reasoning (QUA)

Requirement: In order to graduate, students must pass one of the courses listed below in which the major topics are mathematics, methods of empirical analysis using quantitative data, or the use of symbolic manipulation to solve problems. These courses can count both toward a major or distribution requirement and or the Quantitative Reasoning Requirement.

Astronomy C1420 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmology;
BC 1753, BC 1754, Life in the Universe, Stars Galaxies and Cosmology;
C1403 Earth, Moon, and Planets;
C1404 Beyond the Solar System (Prof. Applegate's sections do not satisfy requirement)
C1610 Theories of the Universe: Babylon to the Big  Bang 
C1836 Stars and Atoms
Biology  BC 3386 Biometry
Chemistry  BC 1002 Fundamentals of Chemistry;
BC 2001 General Chemistry I; 
C 1403, C 1404 General Chemistry
Computer Science   Any course carrying degree credit
CU summer S1021D, S 1022Q
Economics BC 2411 Statistics for Economics
BC 1007 Mathematical Methods for Economics
Electrical Engineering ELEN E 1101 The Digital Information Age
Environmental
Science   
EESC BC 3025 Hydrology, 
EESC BC 3017 Environmental Data Analysis ,
EESC V 2100 Climate
Mathematics 

Any course carrying degree credit; V1010 Groups and Symmetry
or V 1011 Surfaces and Knots are recommended for those who 
do not intend to study calculus.  For students entering in Autumn
2002 and after, MATH W 1003 College Algebra and Analytic
Geometry will NOT satisfy this requirement.
MATH W 4390: General Relativity

Philosophy  V 3411 Introduction to Symbolic Logic
F 1401 Elementary Logic
Physics   Any course carrying degree credit
Political Science 
BC 3345 Statistical Analysis of Politics and Policy; W 3704 Data Analysis and Statistics
BC 3222 Desiigning Social Inquiry
Psychology  BC 1101 Statistics
Sociology  BC 3211 Quantitative Methods/W 3020 Social Statistics;
V 3212 Methods of Social Research/W 3010 Methods of Social Research

Statistics    

Any course carrying degree credit

Urban Studies

BC 3200 Spatial Analysis: GIS Methods and Urban Case Studies
V 2200 Introduction to GIS Methods

Language (LAN)

Requirement: Competence in one ancient or modern language other than English, demonstrated by completion of, minimally, the fourth sequential semester of college-level study, and preferably, a more advanced course with greater emphasis on literary and cultural traditions.

Note: Students may fulfill this requirement by securing Advanced Placement Credit, by earning qualifying SAT II scores in a language other than English, or by departmental examination. The requirement may be satisfied by the fourth semester (Intermediate II) or by a language or literature course for which the fourth semester is a prerequisite. In Latin, both V 1201 and V 1202 or their equivalents must be completed.

Literature (LIT)

Requirement: One course in literature in any language, in the original or in translation; or in comparative literature.

See the List of Current Courses Satisfying GERs for additional courses satisfying this requirement.

AFEN BC 3525 Atlantic Crossings: The West Indies and the Atlantic World
AFRS BC 3109 Junior Colloquium: Critical Race Theory (also SOC)
AFRS BC 3144 ENGL BC 3144/ENTH BC 314 Black Theatre
AFRS BC 3148 Literature of the Great Migration
AHUM V 3399  Colloquium on Major Texts I  (also CUL)
AHUM V 3400  Colloquium on Major Texts II (also CUL)
CLEN W 3910  Women's Studies: Religion and Human Rights
CLLT V 3132 Classical Mythology
CLLT V 3135  The Ancient Novel
CLLT W 4300  The Classical Tradition
CLRS V 1280 Decadence in Russia and Europe
CLRS V 3119 The Novel in the US & USSR, 1925-1940: Literature Confronts Social Crises (also CUL)
CLRS W 4012 The Russian Novel and the West: Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and the English Novel
CLRS W 4017 Chekhov
CLRS W 4190 Race, Ethnicity, and Narrative in the Russian/Soviet Empire (also CUL)
CPLS For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
CPLS BC 3110 Introduction to Translation Studies (also CUL)
CPLS BC 3148 Tragedy Translated From Greece to Africa
CPLS BC 3156 Figures in a Landscape: Literary Topographies form Homer to H.D.
CPLS BC 3162 The Novella from Cervantes to Kaftka
CPLS BC 3170 Translating Madness: The Sciences and Fictions of Pathology
CPLS W 4080 Magic and Modernity (also CUL)
CLPL W 4120 Polish Short Story-Comp Context
EAAS W 4212 Topics in Early China and Japan: The Power of Words in China and Japan
ENGL For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
ENGL BC 3192x Exile and Estrangement in Global Literature
ENGL W3028 Disability and Literature
ENTH BC 3136 Shakespeare in Performance (also ART)
ENTH BC 3137 Restoration and 18th Century Restoration Drama (also ART)
ENTH BC 3139  Modern American Drama in Performance (also ART)
ENTH BC 3140 Women and Theatre (also ART)
ENTH BC 3144/AFRS BC 3144 Black Theatre
ENTH BC 3145 Early American Theatre (also ART)
ENTH BC 3147 Shakespeare, Theory, and Performance
ENTH BC 3186 Modern Drama (also ART)
ENWS BC 3144  Minority Women Writers in the United States
FILM BC 3145/ENGL BC 3145 Topics in Literature and Film: Memory and Forgetting
FREN For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
FREN BC3026 Poems and Paintings: Literature and Art of the French Renaissance
FREN BC3078  Literature of Francophone North America
GERM For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
GMTH BC 3142 Bertolt Brecht: The Making of Theatre
ITAL For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
PORT W 3340 Modern Brazilian Literature and Culture
RELI V 3525 Introduction to Rabbinic Literature
RUSS V 1336 Two Hundred Years of Russian Poetry
SPAN For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
SPAN BC 3267 Transatlantic Travel Writing (in Translation)
SPAN BC 3435 Enlightenment and the Spanish American Essay
SPAN BC 3466 Rock Music and Literature in the Southern Cone
SPAN BC 3990 Latin American Perspectives on Violence, Colonization and Globalization (also LIT)
Slavic For current courses in LIT see: Current Courses with Designations List
THTR V 3150  Theatre History I/Western Theatre Classic to Romantic (also ART)
THTR V 3151  Theatre History II/Western Theatre Traditional to Modern (also ART)
THTR BC/V 3737   Modernism and 20th Century Theatre
THTR BC/V 3750  The History Play (also ART)
WMST BC 3120 Litany for Survival: Lesbian Texts
WMST BC 3134 Unheard Voices: African Women's Literature (also HIS , CUL)
WMST W 4300 #1 / 4301 The Search for Self I: US Jewish Women Writers
WMST W 4300 #2 / 4302 The Search for Self II: Twentieth-Century Jewish Women Writers
WMST W 4310 Contemporary American Jewish Women's Literature: 1990 to Present

The Visual and Performing Arts (ART)

Requirement: One course in architecture, art History, studio art, graphic design, dance, music, film, or theatre.

AFAS C 3930 #2 Topics in the Black Experience: Jazz Musicians as Intellectuals
AFRS/PAFS BC 3120  History of African American Music
AFRS BC 3517 African-American Women and Music
AFTH BC 3150 Race and Performance in the Caribbean
AHIS

See the List of Current Courses Satisfying GERs for additional courses satisfying this requirement:
Studio art courses must be worth 3 or more points to satisfy this requirement.

AHIS BC 3662 18th Century Art (also HIS)
AHIS V 3464 Later Italian Art
AHIS BC 3643 North American Art and Culture I: Contract to 1865
AHIS BC 3687 Modern Japanese Art
AHIS BC 3685 History of Art Filmand Video
AHIS BC 3976 Japanese Photography
AHIS BC 3626 In and Around Abstract Art (also HIS)
AHIS BC 3684 Directions in Contemporary Art
AHIS BC 3939 Contemporary Photography
AHIS W 4089 Native American Art
AHMM V 3320  Music -East Asia -Southeast Asia  (also CUL)
AHMM V 3321 Music of India and West Asia
AHUM V 3342 Asian Humanities: Masterpieces of Islamic and Indian Art
AHUM V 3340  Arts of China, Korea and Japan (also CUL)
AHUM V 3343  Masterpieces of Islamic Art and Architecture
AHWS BC 3123 Women and Art
ANTH V 2008 Film and Culture (also CUL)
ANTH V 2009 Culture Through Film and Media (also CUL)
ANTH V3008 Maximum Cinemas: Indian and Nigerian Film Cultures
ANTH V 4625 Anthropology and Film (also SOC , CUL)
ARCH V 1020 Introduction to Architectural Design and Visual Culture
ARCH V 3101 Architectural Representation: Abstraction
ARCH V 3103 Architectural Representation: Perception
ARCH V 3114 Making the Metropolis: Urban Design and Theories of the City since 1850
ARCH V 3117 Perceptions of Architecture
CLIA V 3660 Mafia Movies: The Godfather to the Sopranos
CLLT V 3230 Classics and Film
CLME W 4031 Cinema and Society in Asia and Africa
CLRS W 4xxx Kino Eyes: The Culture and Practice of Russian and Soviet Film
CLSL W 4075 Soviet and Post Soviet, Colonial and Post-Colonial Film
CPLS BC 3103   Holocaust Literature and Film (also LIT)
CPLS BC 3125 Opera and Literature/ Opera as Literature ( also LIT)
CPLS V 3200 The Verbal and the Visual Arts (also LIT)
DNCE BC 2555   Ensemble Dance Repertory
DNCE BC 2557 Evolution of Spanish Dance
DNCE BC 2558   Tap Ensemble
DNCE BC 2560  Exploring Dance: An Introduction to the Art Form
DNCE BC 256 3 Dance Composition: Form
DNCE BC 2564 Dance Composition: Content
DNCE BC 2565  World Dance History (also CUL)
DNCE BC 2566/3001 Western Theatrical Dance History (also HIS)
DNCE BC 2567 Music for Dance
DNCE BC 2570 Dance in NYC
DNCE BC 2575 Choreography for the American Musical
DNCE BC 2580 Tap as an American Art Form
DNCE BC 3000 From Page to Stage
DNCE BC 3200 Dance in Film
DNCE BC 3561  Applied Anatomy for Movement
DNCE BC 3566 Composition: Site-Specific and Experimental Methods
DNCE BC 3567  Dance in East Asia: Continuity and Change
DNCE BC 3570 Latin American and Caribbean Dance: Identities in Motion
DNCE BC 3572  Dance Production
DNCE BC 3574  Seminar on Contemporary Choreographers
DNCE BC 3575 George Balanchine and the Reinvention of Modern Ballet
DNCE BC 3577 Performing the Political
DNCE BC 357 8 Traditions of African-American Dance (also HIS)
DNCE BC 3982 Diaghilev 's Ballet Russes and Its World
DNCE BC 3583 Gender and Historical Memory
DNCE BC 358 History of Social Dancing: Dance Crazes from the Waltz to Flash Mobs
EAAS V 3315 Film and Literature in Modern China
EAAS V 3352 Major Works of Japanese Cinema
EAAS V 3357 Contemporary Japanese Film
EAAS V 3615  Japanese Literature and Film
EAAS W 4557 Envisioning the Snowland: Film and TV in Tibet and Inner Asia
ENGL BC 3119 / FILM 3119 Screenwriting
ENGL BC 3140, sec #6 Topics in American Literature and Film: Horror
ENGL W 4670 Film Studies: Hollywood Film Noir
ENTH BC 3136 Shakespeare in Performance (also LIT)
ENTH BC 3137  Restoration and 18th Century Restoration Drama (also LIT)
ENTH BC 3139 Modern American Drama in Performance (also LIT)
ENTH BC 3140 Women and Theatre (also LIT)
ENTH BC 3145 Early American Theatre (also LIT)
ENTH BC 3186 Modern Drama (also LIT)
FILM Any 3 point Film course listed in the catalogue
FILM BC 3220 Topics in Film: War and Propaganda
FREN BC 3020     Surrealism in Painting and Film
FREN BC 30 28   Performance in France (also LIT)
FREN BC 304 9/BC 3073 Africa in Cinema (also CUL)
FREN BC 3049 France on Film
FREN BC 3062 Women in French Cinema since the 60s
GERM W 3510  Weimar Cinema
ITAL V 3337  The Language of Laughter: Advanced Italian in Film Comedy
ITAL V 3642  Italian Film: Imagining the Nation
MUSI BC 1001 Intro to Music
MUSI BC 1002 Intro to Music
MUSI BC 2015  Music in the United States
MUSI BC 3139  Vocal Techniques & Expression I
MUSI BC 3140  Vocal Repertoire, Technique and Expression
MUSI V 1002 Fundamentals of Western Music
MUSI V 2010 Rock
MUSI V 2014  Popular Musics of the Americas: Country Music
MUSI V 2016   Jazz
MUSI V 2021 Music in Contemporary Native America
MUSI V 2023 Mozart
MUSI V 2025 The Opera
MUSI V 2026 The Symphony
MUSI V 2030  Jewish Music and Musicians in World Culture
MUSI V 2170 Music and Dance from Romanticism to Mark Morris
MUSI V 2205, V 2206   MIDI Music Production Techniques
MUSI V 2318,V 2319  Diatonic Harmony and Counterpoint,  I and II
MUSI V 2425   The Music of J.S. Bach
MUSI V 2582 Jazz Improvisation
MUSI V 3120 From Source to Sound: The Interpretation of Medieval Music
MUSI V 3138  The Music of Brahms
MUSI V 3420 The Social Science of Music (also SOC)
MUSI V 3432 Music and Place
MUSI V 3630  Recorded Sounds
MUSI W 4405 Music and Language
PORT W 3349 Brazilian Cinema and Society
RUSS V 3159 East European and Russian Animation
RUSS W 4676 Russian Art between East and West (also HIS)
RUSS W 4201 Russian Theater - Hands on
SPAN BC 3004 #5 Language and Film: Pedro Almodovar
SPAN BC 3004 #5 Issues in Contemporary Spanish Cinema
SPAN BC 3004 #6   Political Acts: Latin American Theater in the 20th Century
SPAN BC 3004 #7  Spanish Language Theater in NYC
SPAN BC 3131 Memory and Violence: Film & Literature of the Spanish Civil War (also LIT)
SPAN BC 3142   Film- Literature Relationships in Modern Latin American Cinema (also LIT)
SPAN BC 3170 The Films of Luis Buñuel and the Spanish Literary Tradition (also LIT)
SPAN W 3300 Spanish Culture through its Art
THTR BC/V 2000   What is Theater?
THTR BC/V 2002   New York Theater
THTR BC/V 2005 Theater and Society
THTR V 2005 Acting Workshop
THTR BC/V 200 6 First-Year Scene Lab
THTR BC/V 2120 Technical Production
THTR V 3000 World Theatre/Theatre Traditions in a Global Context
THTR BC/V 3004-3005 Acting Lab
THTR V 3005 Acting Suzuki and Viewpoints
THTR V 3132 Sound Design
THTR V 3133 Costume Design
THTR BC/V 3134 Lighting Design
THTR V 3135 Set Design
THTR V 3141 Performing Dissidence in Eastern Europe
THTR BC/V 3143 Drama and Film
THTR V 3146 American Drama in the 1990s
THTR V 3150 Theatre History I/Western Theatre Classic to Romantic (also LIT)
THTR V 3151 Theatre History II/Western Theatre Traditional to Modern (also LIT)
THTR V 3152 Theatre Studies: Performative Cultures of the Third Reich
THTR V 3155 Traditional Indian Performance: Poetics and Practice
THTR V 3156 Modern Asian Performance/Contemporary Asian Performance (also CUL)
THTR V 3165 Theories of Performance Studies
THTR V 3167 Feminist Theatre in America: Theory, Performance, and Theatrical Practice
THTR BC 3167 Dramaturgy
THTR BC/V 3250 Alternative Theatre Lab
THTR BC/V 3750  The History Play (also LIT)
THTR BC/V 4001  Visual Scenography
URBS V 3610 The City in Film
VIAR See the List of Current Courses Satisfying GERs for additional courses satisfying this requirement.

Studio art courses must be worth 3 or more points to satisfy this requirement.
VIAR R1001 Basic Drawing
VIAR R 1315    Sculpture Fundamentals
VIAR R 1401    Intro to Printmaking
VIAR R 3001   Drawing II--Mixed Media
VIAR R 3021   Figure Drawing I
VIAR R 3201  Painting I
VIAR R 3202  Painting II
VIAR R 3203   Painting III
VIAR R 3210  Figure Painting
VIAR R 3330  Sculpture I
VIAR R 3331    Sculpture II
VIAR R 3332 Sculpture III
VIAR R 3401    Printmaking I: Intaglio
VIAR R 3402 Printmaking II: Intaglio
VIAR R 3411 Printmaking I: Relief
VIAR R 3412 Printmaking II: Relief
VIAR R 3701  Photo I
VIAR R 3702 Photo II
WMST BC 3117 Woman and Film

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