General Education Curriculum and Degree Requirements

Making Connections: The General Education Curriculum

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill strives to cultivate the range of skills, knowledge, values, and habits that will allow graduates to lead personally enriching and socially responsible lives as effective citizens of rapidly changing, richly diverse, and increasingly interconnected local, national, and worldwide communities. To this end the General Education curriculum seeks to provide for all students

  1. the fundamental skills that will facilitate future learning,
  2. broad experience with the methods and results of the most widely employed approaches to knowledge,
  3. a sense of how one might integrate these approaches to knowledge in ways that cross traditional disciplinary and spatial boundaries, and
  4. a thorough grounding in one particular subject.

The undergraduate major is dedicated to the last of these curricular objectives; the others fall under the purview of the General Education curriculum.

The Making Connections curriculum is divided into four broad categories (Foundations, Approaches, Connections, and Supplemental General Education) that can be described in the chart below and the sections that follow.

Foundations

General Education rests on certain foundational skills and knowledge, including the ability to communicate effectively both in English and another language and to apply quantitative reasoning skills in context. Consequently, the Foundations component of the curriculum includes courses in English composition and rhetoric, at least one foreign language, and quantitative reasoning. It also includes a lifetime fitness course that encourages the lifelong health of graduates. In most cases, students should be able to fulfill the Foundations requirements by taking no more than 15 credit hours.

Note on the Importance of Communication Skills

The faculty of the General College and the College of Arts and Sciences expects students to write and speak effectively. Instructors should help students realize that there is a direct relationship between thinking clearly, writing clearly, and speaking clearly. Faculty members in all disciplines and professions should therefore develop the writing and speaking skills of their students. Students should expect to be graded on spelling, grammar, and style, as well as on the content and organization of their written work; in addition, students should expect to be graded on presentation, style, poise, and diction, as well as on the content and organization of their oral presentations.

Students who wish to improve their writing can make appointments with a tutor in the Writing Center. This free, noncredit service is available to any member of the University community.

English Composition and Rhetoric (CR), One Course

  • One course (three hours)
ENGL 105English Composition and Rhetoric3
or ENGL 105I English Composition and Rhetoric (Interdisciplinary)

All entering first-year, first-time students at the University must complete, or transfer in, ENGL 105 or ENGL 105I. ENGL 105 introduces students to several disciplinary contexts for written work and oral presentations required in college courses, whereas ENGL 105I introduces students to one specific disciplinary context — digital humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, law, business, or health and medicine — for such written and oral assignments. Exempting the course on the basis of nationally normed examinations is not possible. Students may prepare for ENGL 105 or ENGL 105I while in high school by taking courses in English composition and speech communication beyond the requirements for admission to the University.

Transfer students who have not completed the CR Foundations requirement are strongly urged to register for ENGL 105 during their first semester at Carolina. Transfer students have the option of completing a portfolio of written work that will be evaluated by instructors in the Department of English and Comparative Literature to receive credit for ENGL 105. If placement scores or the portfolio indicates a need for instruction and practice in preparation for ENGL 105, students will be required to pass ENGL 100 (offered only in the fall) before taking ENGL 105.

Students must complete the CR requirement during the first academic year on campus. Any student whose native language is not English will be required, as all students are, to complete ENGL 105. However, such students may be permitted also to fulfill the Foundations foreign language requirement with ENGL 105, provided that an authorized representative of the appropriate University department has confirmed the student’s native language proficiency up to or through level 4.

Foreign Languages (FL), Through Level 3

  • Through level 3

The study of a foreign language enables students to see more clearly the nature and structure of their native language while gaining an understanding of a foreign culture. Students are required to complete courses or demonstrate proficiency in the study of a foreign language through level 3. Certain majors may require additional levels of foreign language study.

Students should improve their language preparation by continuing their foreign language study through the senior year of high school. It is preferable that they complete four years of one high school language rather than, for example, taking two years each of two different languages.

Placement in a foreign language is determined by the student’s score on a College Board SAT Subject Test, the Advanced Placement Test in a foreign language (taken at the completion of language study in high school), or the appropriate placement test as determined by the UNC–Chapel Hill academic department offering foreign language instruction. Regardless of placement, continuous enrollment, beginning in the first or second semester, is strongly recommended until the Foundations foreign language requirement is completed.

In the following paragraphs, “high school foreign language” refers to the foreign language in which students received the equivalent of at least two years of instruction in grades nine through 12.

Students whose placement in their high school foreign language is below level 4 and who wish to continue in this language are required to take the number of courses that are needed to reach level 3 of that language. That number varies depending on the level into which a student places. Credit hours toward the 120-academic-hour graduation requirement are not awarded for level 1 of a student’s high school foreign language (with the exceptions of Chinese, Japanese, and Modern Hebrew), even if students place by examination into level 1. Grades earned in level 1 courses, however, are computed in the students’ grade point average and are used in all academic eligibility and academic load considerations.

Students who enroll in a foreign language that they have not formally studied before are required to complete through level 3. In this case, credit hours toward the 120-academic-credit-hour graduation requirement are awarded for successful completion of level 1.

Students who place into level 4 of their high school foreign language have satisfied the Foundations foreign language requirement and will receive placement (PL) but no credit hours for level 3. Note: Students who place into level 4 of Latin on the online diagnostic exam are required to take an additional on-campus test if they wish to receive placement (PL) credit for level 3 and thus fulfill the foreign language General Education requirement; see the Department of Classics for additional information. Students who place beyond level 4 of their high school language have fulfilled the Foundations foreign language requirement and are awarded placement (PL) but no credit hours for levels 3 and 4.

For information about foreign language placement for native and experiential speakers, see Foreign Language Placement Credit.

The last digit of the course number indicates the course level. For example, CHIN 102 is a level 2 course and FREN 203 is a level 3 course; exceptions are noted in parenthesis.

ARAB 101Elementary Arabic I4
ARAB 102Elementary Arabic II4
ARAB 203Intermediate Arabic I4
ARAB 204Intermediate Arabic II4
BCS 401Elementary Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian Language I3
BCS 402Elementary Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian Language II3
BCS 403Intermediate Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian Language I3
BCS 404Intermediate Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian Language II3
CHER 101Elementary Cherokee Language I3
CHER 102Elementary Cherokee Language II3
CHER 203Intermediate Cherokee Language I3
CHER 204Intermediate Cherokee Language II3
CHIN 101Elementary Chinese I4
CHIN 102Elementary Chinese II4
CHIN 111Elementary Written Chinese3
CHIN 203Intermediate Chinese I4
CHIN 204Intermediate Chinese II4
CHIN 212Intermediate Written Chinese3
CHWA 401Elementary Chichewa I3
CHWA 402Elementary Chichewa II3
CHWA 403Intermediate Chichewa I3
CZCH 401Elementary Czech I3
CZCH 402Elementary Czech II3
CZCH 403Intermediate Czech I3
CZCH 404Intermediate Czech II3
DTCH 402Elementary Dutch3
DTCH 403Intermediate Dutch3
DTCH 404Advanced Intermediate Dutch3
FREN 101Elementary French I3
FREN 102Elementary French II H3
FREN 105French for High Beginners4
FREN 111Intensive Elementary French6
FREN 203Intermediate French I H3
FREN 204Intermediate French II H3
FREN 212Intensive Intermediate French6
GERM 101Elementary German H4
GERM 102Advanced Elementary German H4
GERM 105Intensive Elementary German8
GERM 203Intermediate German H3
GERM 204Advanced Intermediate German H3
GERM 206Intensive Intermediate German6
GREK 101Elementary Classical Greek I4
GREK 102Elementary Classical Greek II4
GREK 203Intermediate Greek I3
GREK 204Intermediate Greek II3
GREK 205Introductory Greek New Testament3
HEBR 101Elementary Modern Hebrew I3
HEBR 102Elementary Modern Hebrew II3
HEBR 203Intermediate Modern Hebrew I3
HEBR 204Intermediate Modern Hebrew II3
HNUR 101Elementary Hindi-Urdu I4
HNUR 102Elementary Hindi-Urdu II4
HNUR 203Intermediate Hindi-Urdu I4
HNUR 204Intermediate Hindi-Urdu II4
HUNG 401Elementary Hungarian3
HUNG 402Elementary Hungarian3
HUNG 403Intermediate Hungarian Language3
HUNG 404Intermediate Hungarian Language3
ITAL 101Elementary Italian I3
ITAL 102Elementary Italian II3
ITAL 203Intermediate Italian I3
ITAL 204Intermediate Italian II3
JAPN 101Elementary Japanese I4
JAPN 102Elementary Japanese II4
JAPN 203Intermediate Japanese I4
JAPN 204Intermediate Japanese II4
JWST 101Elementary Modern Hebrew I3
JWST 102Elementary Modern Hebrew II3
JWST 203Intermediate Modern Hebrew I3
JWST 204Intermediate Modern Hebrew II3
KOR 101Elementary Korean I4
KOR 102Elementary Korean II4
KOR 203Intermediate Korean I4
KOR 204Intermediate Korean II4
LATN 101Elementary Latin I4
LATN 102Elementary Latin II4
LATN 203Intermediate Latin I3
LATN 204Intermediate Latin II3
LATN 205Medieval Latin3
LGLA 401Elementary Lingala I3
LGLA 402Elementary Lingala II3
LGLA 403Intermediate Lingala III3
LGLA 404Intermediate Lingala IV3
MACD 401Elementary Macedonian3
MACD 402Elementary Macedonian3
MACD 403Intermediate Macedonian3
MACD 404Intermediate Macedonian3
PLSH 401Elementary Polish I3
PLSH 402Elementary Polish II3
PLSH 403Intermediate Polish I3
PLSH 404Intermediate Polish II3
PORT 101Elementary Portuguese I3
PORT 102Elementary Portuguese II3
PORT 111Intensive Elementary Portuguese6
PORT 203Intermediate Portuguese I3
PORT 204Intermediate Portuguese II3
PORT 212Intensive Intermediate Portuguese6
PRSN 101Elementary Persian I3
PRSN 102Elementary Persian II3
PRSN 203Intermediate Persian I3
PRSN 204Intermediate Persian II3
RELI 401Introductory Biblical Hebrew I3
RELI 402Introductory Biblical Hebrew II3
RELI 403Intermediate Classical Hebrew I3
RELI 404Intermediate Classical Hebrew II3
RUSS 101Elementary Russian4
RUSS 102Elementary Russian4
RUSS 203Intermediate Russian3
RUSS 204Intermediate Russian3
SPAN 100Elementary Spanish Review3
SPAN 101Elementary Spanish I3
SPAN 102Elementary Spanish II H3
SPAN 105Spanish for High Beginners4
SPAN 111Intensive Elementary Spanish6
SPAN 203Intermediate Spanish I H3
SPAN 204Intermediate Spanish II H3
SPAN 212Intensive Intermediate Spanish6
SPAN 405Intermediate Spanish for Health Care Professionals3
SWAH 112Intensive Kiswahili 1-26
SWAH 234Intensive Kiswahili 3-46
SWAH 401Elementary Kiswahili I3
SWAH 402Elementary Kiswahili II3
SWAH 403Intermediate Kiswahili III3
SWAH 404Intermediate Kiswahili IV3
TURK 101Elementary Turkish I3
TURK 102Elementary Turkish II3
TURK 203Intermediate Turkish I3
TURK 204Intermediate Turkish II3
WOLO 401Elementary Wolof I3
WOLO 402Elementary Wolof II3
WOLO 403Intermediate Wolof III3
WOLO 404Intermediate Wolof IV3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Quantitative Reasoning (QR), One Course

  • One course (three hours)

Through the study of quantitative reasoning and methods, students acquire and reinforce the ability to use analytic and quantitative ideas in both theoretical and applied contexts. In today’s world of fast-paced scientific and technological advances, the importance of such skills cannot be overstated.

Students should prepare by taking precalculus and/or calculus in high school and by continuing their mathematical studies up through their senior year of high school. Not doing so may put them at a disadvantage when they arrive at the University.

Students may satisfy the quantitative reasoning requirement either by taking or receiving advanced placement for one of the courses listed below. Several of these courses have a prerequisite of MATH 110 (algebra) or a placement score beyond MATH 110 on the College Board SAT Subject Test in Mathematics, Level 1 or Level 2. Unless a particular major requires those specific courses, however, a student may fulfill the quantitative reasoning requirement with courses that do not require MATH 110 as a prerequisite. MATH 110 placement carries no credit hours, although students who place into MATH 110 and complete it successfully will earn credit hours towards graduation.

Students should be aware that some undergraduate degree programs require completion of specific mathematical sciences courses beyond those needed to fulfill General Education requirements.

COMP 101Fluency in Information Technology3
COMP 110Introduction to Programming H3
COMP 116Introduction to Scientific Programming3
COMP 401Foundation of Programming H4
LING 455Symbolic Logic3
MATH 116Intuitive Calculus3
MATH 117Aspects of Finite Mathematics3
MATH 118Aspects of Modern Mathematics3
MATH 119Introduction to Mathematical Modeling3
MATH 130Precalculus Mathematics3
MATH 152Calculus for Business and Social Sciences3
MATH 231Calculus of Functions of One Variable I4
MATH 241BioCalculus I3
PHIL 155Introduction to Mathematical Logic H3
PHIL 455Symbolic Logic3
STOR 112Decision Models for Business3
STOR 113Decision Models for Business and Economics3
STOR 151Introduction to Data Analysis3
STOR 155Introduction to Data Models and Inference3
STOR 215Foundations of Decision Sciences3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Lifetime Fitness (LFIT), One Course

  • One course (one hour)

Lifetime fitness (LFIT) courses combine the practice of a sport or physical activity that can be sustained in later life with broader instruction in lifelong health. These courses carry one hour of academic credit and may be declared Pass/Fail. Students can enroll in only one, one-credit lifetime fitness course during their career at the University, and only one lifetime fitness course can be counted toward the 120 hours needed for graduation.

LFIT 102Lifetime Fitness: Adapted Physical Activity1
LFIT 103Lifetime Fitness: Aerobics1
LFIT 104Lifetime Fitness: Exercise and Conditioning1
LFIT 105Lifetime Fitness: Indoor Sports1
LFIT 106Lifetime Fitness: Beginning Jogging1
LFIT 107Lifetime Fitness: Intermediate Jogging1
LFIT 108Lifetime Fitness: Outdoor Sports1
LFIT 109Lifetime Fitness: Racquet Sports1
LFIT 110Lifetime Fitness: Beginning Swimming1
LFIT 111Lifetime Fitness: Swim Conditioning1
LFIT 112Lifetime Fitness: Walking1
LFIT 113Lifetime Fitness: Weight Training1
LFIT 114Lifetime Fitness: Yoga and Pilates1
LFIT 115Lifetime Fitness: Cycle Fitness1
LFIT 118Lifetime Fitness: Flag Football1
LFIT 129Lifetime Fitness: Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding1
LFIT 130Lifetime Fitness: Soccer1
LFIT 138Lifetime Fitness: Tennis1
LFIT 140Lifetime Fitness: Ultimate Frisbee1
LFIT 145Lifetime Fitness: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu1
LFIT 146Lifetime Fitness: Sand Volleyball1
LFIT 190Special Topics in Lifetime Fitness1

Approaches

The Making Connections curriculum also acquaints students with six distinctive Approaches to knowledge, as represented by courses in the physical and life sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, historical analysis, philosophical and/or moral reasoning, literary arts, and the visual and performing arts. Students meet these requirements by taking courses worth a total of 25 credit hours.

Physical and Life Sciences (PL, PX), Two Courses

  • Two courses (seven hours)

Students must take two courses, at least one of which has a required laboratory component. Science courses combining lecture and laboratory components normally constitute four hours of credit. Some lecture courses may be taken singly for three credit hours or combined with an optional matching laboratory for one additional credit hour. All courses in this category emphasize a physical science, a life science, the scientific basis of technology, or a combination of these topics. Students who have exceeded minimum high school science requirements typically have an advantage in the University’s science courses.

Physical and Life Sciences without Laboratory (PL)

ANTH 143Human Evolution and Adaptation3
ANTH 148Human Origins3
ANTH 217Human Biology in Comparative Perspective3
ANTH 298Biological Anthropology Theory and Practice3
ANTH 315Human Genetics and Evolution3
ANTH 318Human Growth and Development3
ANTH 412Paleoanthropology3
ANTH 414Laboratory Methods: Human Osteology3
ANTH 423Written in Bone: CSI and the Science of Death Investigation from Skeletal Remains3
ANTH 437Evolutionary Medicine3
ANTH 471Biocultural Perspectives on Maternal and Child Health3
ASTR 61First-Year Seminar: The Copernican Revolution3
ASTR 63First-Year Seminar: Catastrophe and Chaos: Unpredictable Physics H3
ASTR 102Introduction to Astronomy: Stars, Galaxies & Cosmology H3
ASTR 205The Medieval Foundations of Modern Cosmology3
BIOL 53First-Year Seminar: Biotechnology: Genetically Modified Foods to the Sequence of the Human Genome3
BIOL 55First-Year Seminar: The Roots and Flowering of Civilization: A Seminar on Plants and People3
BIOL 57First-Year Seminar: Detecting the Future: Human Diseases and Genetic Tests3
BIOL 61First-Year Seminar: Sea Turtles: A Case Study in the Biology of Conservation3
BIOL 62First-Year Seminar: Mountains Beyond Mountains: Infectious Disease in the Developing World3
BIOL 65First-Year Seminar: Pneumonia3
BIOL 113Issues in Modern Biology3
BIOL 159Prehistoric Life3
BIOL 201Ecology and Evolution H4
BIOL 202Molecular Biology and Genetics H4
BIOL 279Seminar in Organismal Biology2-3
BIOL 290Special Topics in Biology H1-3
BIOL 452Marine Microbial Symbioses: Exploring How Microbial Interactions Affect Ecosystems and Human Health3
BIOL 457Marine Biology3
BIOL 462Marine Ecology3
BIOL 474Evolution of Vertebrate Life H3
BIOL 657Biological Oceanography4
CHEM 70First-Year Seminar: You Don't Have to Be a Rocket Scientist3
CHEM 71First-Year Seminar: Foundations of Chemistry: A Historical and Modern Perspective3
CHEM 72First-Year Seminar: From Imagination to Reality: Idea Entrepreneurism in Science, Business, the Arts3
CHEM 73First-Year Seminar: From Atomic Bombs to Cancer Treatments: The Broad Scope of Nuclear Chemistry3
COMP 65First-Year Seminar: Folding, from Paper to Proteins3
ENEC 108Our Energy and Climate Crises: Challenges and Opportunities4
ENEC 222Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science4
ENEC 450Biogeochemical Processes4
ENVR 205Engineering Tools for Environmental Problem Solving3
ENVR 505Chemical Oceanography4
ENVR 520Biological Oceanography4
ENVR 552Organic Geochemistry3
ENVR 582Sanitation for Development3
EXSS 175Human Anatomy3
EXSS 276Human Physiology3
GEOG 50First-Year Seminar: Mountain Environments3
GEOG 53First-Year Seminar: Battle Park: Carolina's Urban Forest3
GEOG 54First-Year Seminar: Global Change and the Carolinas3
GEOG 65First-Year Seminar: Climate Change and the Media H3
GEOG 110The Blue Planet: An Introduction to Earth's Environmental Systems H3
GEOG 111Weather and Climate3
GEOG 141Geography for Future Leaders3
GEOG 212Environmental Conservation and Global Change3
GEOG 269Human-Environment Interactions in the Galapagos Islands3
GEOG 341Hydrology, Ecology, and Sustainability of the Humid Tropics3
GEOG 416Applied Climatology: The Impacts of Climate and Weather on Environmental and Social Systems3
GEOG 440Earth Surface Processes3
GEOG 441Introduction to Watershed Systems3
GEOL 70First-Year Seminar: One Billion Years of Change: The Geologic Story of North Carolina3
GEOL 71First-Year Seminar: Bones Back to Life3
GEOL 72HFirst-Year Seminar: Field Geology of Eastern California3
GEOL 73First-Year Seminar: Global Warming and the Future of the Planet3
GEOL 74First-Year Seminar: Geology of Climate Change3
GEOL 75First-Year Seminar: Waste in the Environment3
GEOL 76First-Year Seminar: Energy Resources for a Hungry Planet3
GEOL 77First-Year Seminar: Volcanoes and Civilization: An Uneasy Coexistence3
GEOL 79First-Year Seminar: Coasts in Crisis3
GEOL 103The Marine Environment3
GEOL 108Our Energy and Climate Crises: Challenges and Opportunities4
GEOL 159Prehistoric Life3
GEOL 200The Solid Earth3
GEOL 201Earth's Surface: Processes, Landforms, and History3
GEOL 202Earth Systems History3
GEOL 450Biogeochemical Processes4
GEOL 502Earth Surface Processes3
GEOL 503Marine Geology4
GEOL 505Chemical Oceanography4
GEOL 506Physical Oceanography4
GEOL 550Biogeochemical Cycling3
GEOL 552Organic Geochemistry3
GEOL 563Descriptive Physical Oceanography3
MASC 51First-Year Seminar: Global Warming: Serious Threat or Hot Air?3
MASC 52First-Year Seminar: Living with Our Oceans and Atmosphere3
MASC 53First-Year Seminar: The Ends of the Earth: Polar Oceanography and Exploration3
MASC 55First-Year Seminar: Change in the Coastal Ocean3
MASC 57First-Year Seminar: From "The Sound of Music" to "The Perfect Storm H3
MASC 58First-Year Seminar: Connections to the Sea: The Challenges Faced by Using and Living near Coastal In3
MASC 59First-Year Seminar: Extreme Microorganisms: Pushing the Limits of Life on Earth and Beyond3
MASC 101The Marine Environment3
MASC 108Our Energy and Climate Crises: Challenges and Opportunities4
MASC 310Our Changing Planet: Science, Social Impacts, Solutions3
MASC 440Marine Ecology3
MASC 442Marine Biology3
MASC 443Marine Microbiology3
MASC 446Marine Microbial Symbioses: Exploring How Microbial Interactions Affect Ecosystems and Human Health3
MASC 447Microbial Ecological Genomics3
MASC 450Biogeochemical Processes4
MASC 470Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science4
MASC 472Barrier Island Ecology and Geology6
MASC 503Marine Geology4
MASC 504Biological Oceanography4
MASC 505Chemical Oceanography4
MASC 506Physical Oceanography4
MASC 550Biogeochemical Cycling3
MASC 552Organic Geochemistry3
MASC 561Time Series and Spatial Data Analysis3
MASC 562Turbulent Boundary Layers3
MASC 563Descriptive Physical Oceanography3
MATH 63First-Year Seminar: From "The Sound of Music" to "The Perfect Storm H3
MUSC 51First-Year Seminar: The Interplay of Music and Physics3
NBIO 400Conditioning and Learning3
NBIO 401Animal Behavior3
PHIL 352Philosophy of Biology3
PHIL 451Philosophy of Physics3
PHYI 50First-Year Seminar: Human Physiology3
PHYS 51First-Year Seminar: The Interplay of Music and Physics3
PHYS 53First-Year Seminar: Handcrafting in the Nanoworld: Building Models and Manipulating Molecules3
PHYS 54First-Year Seminar: Physics of Movies3
PHYS 61First-Year Seminar: The Copernican Revolution3
PHYS 63First-Year Seminar: Catastrophe and Chaos: Unpredictable Physics H3
PHYS 100How Things Work3
PHYS 133How Bio Works3
PSYC 50First-Year Seminar: Stress Management3
PSYC 51First-Year Seminar: The Mind and the Computer3
PSYC 52First-Year Seminar: Evolutionary Psychology3
PSYC 53First-Year Seminar: Talking about Numbers: Communicating Research Results to Others3
PSYC 61First-Year Seminar: Drug Addiction: Fact and Fiction H3
PSYC 67First-Year Seminar: The Senses of Animals3
PSYC 71First Year Seminar: Plasticity and the Brain3
PSYC 101General Psychology3
PSYC 220Biopsychology H3
PSYC 222Learning H3
PSYC 225Sensation and Perception H3
PSYC 230Cognitive Psychology H3
PSYC 245Abnormal Psychology H3
PSYC 315Introduction to Neuroscience3
PSYC 320Drugs and Human Behavior3
PSYC 330Introduction to Cognitive Science3
PSYC 400Conditioning and Learning3
PSYC 401Animal Behavior3
PSYC 404Clinical Psychopharmacology3
PSYC 420Functional Neuroanatomy3
PSYC 424Neural Connections: Hands on Neuroscience3
PSYC 425Advanced Perceptual Processes3
PSYC 426Molecular Mechanisms of Memory3
PSYC 427Neurobiology of Aging3
PSYC 428Neuroscience, Society, and the Media3
PSYC 429Neuroeconomics and the Science of Consequence3
PSYC 430Human Memory3
PSYC 433Behavioral Decision Theory3
PSYC 434Cognitive Neuroscience3
PSYC 437Neurobiology of Learning and Memory3
PSYC 461Cognitive Development3
PSYC 469Evolution and Development of Biobehavioral Systems3
PSYC 504Health Psychology3
PSYC 507Autism3
PSYC 517Addiction3
PSYC 530Design and Interpretation of Psychological Research3
PSYC 534Introduction to Computational Statistics3
PSYC 571Social Neuroscience3
PWAD 108Our Energy and Climate Crises: Challenges and Opportunities4
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Physical and Life Sciences with Laboratory (PX)

ANTH 413
413L
Laboratory Methods: Archaeobotany
and Archaeobotany Lab
4
ASTR 101
101L
Introduction to Astronomy: The Solar System
and Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory: Our Place in Space H
4
BIOC 107Introduction to Biochemistry4
BIOC 108Introduction to Biochemistry4
BIOL 101
101L
Principles of Biology
and Introductory Biology Laboratory H
4
BIOL 159
GEOL 101L
Prehistoric Life
and Planet Earth Laboratory
4
BIOL 251
251L
Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
and Human Physiology Virtual Laboratory
4
BIOL 252
252L
Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology
and Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
4
BIOL 271
271L
Plant Biology
and Plant Biology Laboratory
4
BIOL 272Local Flora4
BIOL 273Horticulture4
BIOL 274
274L
Plant Diversity
and Plant Diversity Laboratory
4
BIOL 277
277L
Vertebrate Field Zoology
and Vertebrate Field Zoology Laboratory
4
BIOL 278
278L
Animal Behavior
and Animal Behavior Laboratory
4
BIOL 474
474L
Evolution of Vertebrate Life
and Vertebrate Structure and Evolution Laboratory H
4
CHEM 101
101L
General Descriptive Chemistry I
and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory I
4
CHEM 102
102L
General Descriptive Chemistry II
and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory II H
4
CHEM 102H
CHEM 102L
General Descriptive Chemistry II
and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHEM 200
CHEM 101L
Extraordinary Chemistry of Ordinary Things
and Quantitative Chemistry Laboratory I
4
ENEC 202Introduction to the Environmental Sciences4
ENEC 324
324L
Water in Our World: Introduction to Hydrologic Science and Environmental Problems
and Water in Our World Laboratory
4
GEOL 101
101L
Planet Earth
and Planet Earth Laboratory
4
GEOL 159
GEOL 101L
Prehistoric Life
and Planet Earth Laboratory
4
GEOL 324
324L
Water in Our World: Introduction to Hydrologic Science and Environmental Problems
and Water in Our World Laboratory
4
MASC 220North Carolina Estuaries: Environmental Processes and Problems3
NBIO 402Advanced Biopsychology3
PHYS 101Basic Concepts of Physics4
PHYS 104General Physics I4
PHYS 105General Physics II4
PHYS 106Inquiry into the Physical World4
PHYS 108Our Energy and Climate Crises: Challenges and Opportunities4
PHYS 114General Physics I: For Students of the Life Sciences4
PHYS 115General Physics II: For Students of the Life Sciences4
PHYS 116Mechanics H4
PHYS 117Electromagnetism and Optics H4
PHYS 118Introductory Calculus-based Mechanics and Relativity4
PHYS 119Introductory Calculus-based Electromagnetism and Quanta4
PHYS 131
131L
Energy: Physical Principles and the Quest for Alternatives to Dwindling Oil and Gas
and Energy: Physical Principles and the Quest for Alternatives to Dwindling Oil and Gas
4
PSYC 270Laboratory Research in Psychology4
PSYC 402Advanced Biopsychology3
PSYC 403Advanced Biopsychology Laboratory H3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Some of the courses listed above have an optional laboratory and may be used to satisfy the physical and life sciences with laboratory (PX) requirement.

Note: The lecture is either a pre- or corequisite to the laboratory; see course description. The student must take both the lecture and the associated laboratory in order to receive credit for the physical and life sciences with laboratory (PX) requirement. Without the associated optional laboratory, the lecture course counts as a physical and life sciences (PL) class.

Social and Behavioral Sciences (SS, HS), Three Courses

  • Three courses from at least two different academic units (nine hours); at least one of the three courses must be classified as a historical analysis (HS) course.

Courses in social and behavioral sciences focus on the scientific study of individual or collective behavior, considering the various dimensions of individual behavior, the family, society, culture, politics, and the economy.

Social Sciences (SS)

AAAD 50First-Year Seminar: Defining Blackness3
AAAD 200Gender and Sexuality in Africa3
AAAD 210African Belief Systems: Religion and Philosophy in Sub-Saharan Africa3
AAAD 214Ethnography of Africa3
AAAD 232Black Women in America3
AAAD 278Black Caribbeans in the United States3
AAAD 315Political Protest and Conflict in Africa3
AAAD 316Policy Problems in Africa3
AAAD 332Remembering Race and Slavery3
AAAD 333Race and Public Policy in the United States3
AAAD 403Human Rights: Theories and Practices in Africa3
AAAD 460Race, Culture, and Politics in Brazil3
AAAD 488Human Rights and Democracy in African Diaspora Communities3
AAAD 491Theorizing Race3
AERO 301Contemporary Leadership and Management3
AERO 302Contemporary Leadership and Management3
AMST 51First-Year Seminar: Navigating America3
AMST 57First-Year Seminar: Access to Higher Education3
AMST 285Access to Work in America3
AMST 287Introduction to American Legal Education3
AMST 341Digital Native America3
AMST 374America's Threatened Languages3
AMST 375Carolina Cooks, Carolina Eats: North Carolina Food and Culture3
AMST 385Gender and Economics3
AMST 475Documenting Communities H3
ANTH 50First-Year Seminar: Skeletons in the Closet3
ANTH 51First-Year Seminar: Environmentalism and American Society3
ANTH 52First-Year Seminar: Asian Cultures, Asian Cities, Asian Modernities3
ANTH 53First-Year Seminar: Darwin's Dangerous Idea H3
ANTH 56First-Year Seminar: The Art of Healing, the Culture of Curing3
ANTH 57First-Year Seminar: Today in Africa3
ANTH 59First-Year Seminar: The Right to Childhood: Global Efforts and Challenges3
ANTH 61First-Year Seminar: Deep Economies3
ANTH 62First-Year Seminar: Indian Country Today3
ANTH 63First-Year Seminar: The Lives of Others: Exploring Ethnography3
ANTH 66HFirst-Year Seminar: Saving the World? Humanitarianism in Action3
ANTH 92UNITAS3
ANTH 93UNITAS3
ANTH 101General Anthropology H3
ANTH 102Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH 103Anthropology of Globalization3
ANTH 120Anthropology through Expressive Cultures3
ANTH 130Anthropology of the Caribbean3
ANTH 142Local Cultures, Global Forces H3
ANTH 147Comparative Healing Systems3
ANTH 202Introduction to Folklore3
ANTH 206American Indian Societies3
ANTH 220Principles of Archaeology3
ANTH 230Native American Cultures3
ANTH 240Action Research3
ANTH 248Anthropology and Public Interest3
ANTH 259Culture and Identity3
ANTH 270Living Medicine3
ANTH 272Healing in Ethnography and Literature3
ANTH 277Gender and Culture3
ANTH 280Anthropology of War and Peace3
ANTH 284Culture and Consumption3
ANTH 291Archaeological Theory and Practice3
ANTH 294Anthropological Perspectives on Society and Culture3
ANTH 297Directions in Anthropology H3
ANTH 312From the Equator to the Poles: Case Studies in Global Environmental Change3
ANTH 317Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Adaptation and Behavior3
ANTH 319Global Health3
ANTH 320Anthropology of Development3
ANTH 325Emotions and Society3
ANTH 330Melancholy Japan: Myth, Memory, and Everyday Life3
ANTH 331The Anthropology of Memory3
ANTH 333Anthropology of Democracy3
ANTH 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
ANTH 342African-American Religious Experience3
ANTH 380Anthropological Perspectives on Cultural Diversity3
ANTH 406Native Writers3
ANTH 411Laboratory Methods in Archaeology H3
ANTH 415Laboratory Methods: Zooarchaeology3
ANTH 416Bioarchaeology3
ANTH 417Laboratory Methods: Lithic Seminar3
ANTH 422Anthropology and Human Rights3
ANTH 424Ritual, Festival, and Public Culture3
ANTH 428Religion and Anthropology H3
ANTH 429Culture and Power in Southeast Asia3
ANTH 435Consciousness and Symbols3
ANTH 439Political Ecology3
ANTH 440Beyond the Tragedy of the Commons3
ANTH 441The Anthropology of Gender, Health, and Illness3
ANTH 445Migration and Health3
ANTH 446Poverty, Inequality, and Health3
ANTH 447The Anthropology of Work H3
ANTH 458Archaeology of Sex and Gender3
ANTH 459Ecological Anthropology3
ANTH 466Alternative Economic Systems3
ANTH 469History and Anthropology3
ANTH 470Medicine and Anthropology3
ANTH 473Anthropology of the Body and the Subject3
ANTH 474The Anthropology of Disability3
ANTH 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
ANTH 502Globalization and Transnationalism3
ANTH 503Gender, Culture, and Development3
ANTH 525Culture and Personality3
ANTH 537Gender and Performance: Constituting Identity3
ANTH 539Environmental Justice3
ANTH 545The Politics of Culture in East Asia3
ANTH 559History in Person3
ANTH 567Urban Anthropology3
ANTH 574Chinese World Views3
ANTH 585Anthropology of Science3
ANTH 623Human Disease Ecology3
ANTH 624Anthropology and Public Health3
ANTH 625Ethnography and Life Stories3
ANTH 626African Cultural Dynamics3
ANTH 649Politics of Life and Death3
ANTH 650Reconstructing Life: Nutrition and Disease in Past Populations3
ANTH 660Kinship, Reproduction, Reproductive Technology, and the New Genetics H3
ANTH 675Ethnographic Method3
ANTH 682Contemporary Chinese Society3
ANTH 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
ANTH 691HSeniors Honors Project in Anthropology3
ARAB 350Women and Leadership in the Arab World3
ARAB 462Global Perspectives on Arab Cultures and Societies3
ASIA 150Asia: An Introduction3
ASIA 243Asian Societies/Study Abroad Program3
ASIA 302Modern Japanese Religions3
ASIA 330Melancholy Japan: Myth, Memory, and Everyday Life3
ASIA 384Religion and Globalization in Southeast Asia3
ASIA 429Culture and Power in Southeast Asia3
ASIA 453Global Shangri-La: Tibet in the Modern World3
ASIA 545The Politics of Culture in East Asia3
ASIA 574Chinese World Views3
ASIA 682Contemporary Chinese Society3
CHIN 253Chinese Language and Society3
CHIN 342The Rise of China: A Global and Multidisciplinary Approach3
CHIN 441Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting3
CHIN 532Modernizing the Chinese Language3
CMPL 435Consciousness and Symbols3
COMM 51First-Year Seminar: Organizing and Communicating for Social Entrepreneurs3
COMM 53First-Year Seminar: Collective Leadership Models for Community Change3
COMM 82First-Year Seminar: Food Politics from an Organizational Communication Perspective3
COMM 83First-Year Seminar: Networked Societies3
COMM 86First-Year Seminar: Surveillance and Society3
COMM 171Argumentation and Debate3
COMM 350Practices of Cultural Studies3
COMM 526Critical-Cultural Approaches to Organizational Communication3
COMM 577Rhetoric and Black Culture3
ECON 50First-Year Seminar: Future Shock: Global Economic Trends and Prospects3
ECON 51First-Year Seminar: Current Economic Problems: The Economics of North Carolina3
ECON 52First-Year Seminar: The Root of All Evil? Money as a Cultural, Economic, and Social Institution3
ECON 53First-Year Seminar: The Costs and Benefits of the Drug War3
ECON 54First-Year Seminar: The Entrepreneurial Imagination: Turning Ideas into Reality3
ECON 56First-Year Seminar: Entrepreneurship: Asia and the West3
ECON 57HFirst-Year Seminar: Engines of Innovation: the Entrepreneurial University in the 21st Century3
ECON 101Introduction to Economics H3
ECON 125Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
ECON 285Access to Work in America3
ECON 360Survey of International and Development Economics H3
ECON 363International Economics from the Participant's Perspective3
ECON 385Gender and Economics3
ECON 434History of Economic Doctrines3
ECON 461European Economic Integration3
ECON 465Economic Development3
ECON 486Gender and Economics3
ECON 550Health Economics3
ECON 560Advanced International Economics3
ECON 570Applied Econometric Analysis H3
ECON 575Applied Time Series Analysis and Forecasting3
EDUC 231Thrive@Carolina and Beyond3
EDUC 301Junior Transfer Seminar - Thriving in Transition3
EDUC 330The Science of Learning3
EDUC 504Learning in the Modern World3
EDUC 505Leadership in Educational/Nonprofit Settings3
EDUC 506Politics, Policymaking, and America's Schools3
EDUC 508Equity, Leadership, and You3
EDUC 509Helping Youth Thrive in K-12 Schools3
EDUC 525Human Abilities and Online Learning3
EDUC 532Introduction to Development and Learning3
EDUC 533Social Justice in Education3
EDUC 617Teaching in the Middle School3
ENEC 51First-Year Seminar: Balancing the Environment: Science, Human Values, and Policy in North Carolina3
ENEC 201Introduction to Environment and Society H4
ENEC 254International Environmental Politics3
ENEC 266Contemporary Africa: Issues in Health, Population, and the Environment3
ENEC 309Environmental Values and Valuation3
ENEC 320The Future of Energy3
ENEC 330Principles of Sustainability3
ENEC 372Global Environment: Policy Analysis and Solutions3
ENEC 380Environmental Economics3
ENEC 459Ecological Anthropology3
ENEC 475The Political Economy of Food3
ENEC 480Environmental Decision Making3
ENEC 481Energy Economics3
ENEC 492Social Science Research Methods3
ENEC 510Policy Analysis of Global Climate Change3
ENEC 520Environment and Development3
ENEC 686Policy Instruments for Environmental Management3
ENGL 202Introduction to Folklore3
ENGL 264Healing in Ethnography and Literature3
ENGL 269Introduction to Disability Studies3
ENGL 354The Lived Experience of Inequality and Public Policy3
ENGL 364Introduction to Latina/o Studies H3
ENVR 686Policy Instruments for Environmental Management3
EURO 239Introduction to European Government H3
EURO 442International Political Economy3
EXSS 50First-Year Seminar: Discrimination and Sport3
EXSS 260Women in Sports3
FOLK 130Anthropology of the Caribbean3
FOLK 202Introduction to Folklore3
FOLK 230Native American Cultures3
FOLK 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
FOLK 342African-American Religious Experience3
FOLK 375Carolina Cooks, Carolina Eats: North Carolina Food and Culture3
FOLK 424Ritual, Festival, and Public Culture3
FOLK 428Religion and Anthropology3
FOLK 429Culture and Power in Southeast Asia3
FOLK 435Consciousness and Symbols3
FOLK 470Medicine and Anthropology3
FOLK 473Anthropology of the Body and the Subject3
FOLK 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
FOLK 525Culture and Personality3
FOLK 537Gender and Performance: Constituting Identity3
FOLK 675Ethnographic Method3
FOLK 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
GEOG 55First-Year Seminar: Landscape in Science and Art3
GEOG 56First-Year Seminar: Local Places in a Globalizing World3
GEOG 57First-Year Seminar: Dogs and People: From Prehistory to the Urbanized Future3
GEOG 58First-Year Seminar: Making Myth-Leading Memories: Landscapes of Remembrance3
GEOG 60First-Year Seminar: What Is Health Care?3
GEOG 61First-Year Seminar: Climate Change in the American Southeast3
GEOG 67First-Year Seminar: Politics of Everyday Life3
GEOG 120World Regional Geography3
GEOG 121Geographies of Globalization3
GEOG 123Cultural Geography3
GEOG 124Gender and Place: Feminist Geographies3
GEOG 125Cultural Landscapes3
GEOG 130Geographical Issues in the Developing World H3
GEOG 225Space, Place, and Difference3
GEOG 228Urban Geography3
GEOG 232Agriculture, Food, and Society3
GEOG 259Geography of Latin America3
GEOG 260North America's Landscapes3
GEOG 266People and Environment in Southeast Asia3
GEOG 268Geography of Africa3
GEOG 270Geography of Contemporary China3
GEOG 392Research Methods in Geography3
GEOG 429Urban Political Geography: Durham, NC3
GEOG 430Global Migrations, Local Impacts: Urbanization and Migration in the United States3
GEOG 470Political Ecology: Geographical Perspectives3
GEOG 480Liberation Geographies: The Place, Politics, and Practice of Resistance3
GEOG 481Ethnographies of Globalization: An Upper-Level Research Design Class3
GEOG 543Qualitative Methods in Geography3
GEOG 650Technology and Democracy Research3
GERM 302Contemporary German Society3
GLBL 88First-Year Seminar: Beg, Borrow, and Steal: The Political Economy of Aid, FDI, and Corruption3
GLBL 110Global Policy Issues3
HNUR 409Sex and Social Justice in South Asia3
HNUR 411Health and Medicine in South Asia3
IDST 301American Colleges and Universities: Junior Transfer Seminar3
INLS 151Retrieving and Analyzing Information3
INLS 201Foundations of Information Science3
JAPN 381Women and Work in Japan3
JAPN 482Embodying Japan: The Cultures of Beauty, Sports, and Medicine in Japan3
JAPN 563Structure of Japanese3
JWST 143Judaism in Our Time3
KOR 150History, Memory, and Reality in Contemporary Korea3
KOR 151Education and Social Changes in Contemporary Korea3
LING 50First-Year Seminar: Language in the U.S.A.3
LING 101Introduction to Language H3
LING 333Human Language and Animal Communication Systems3
LING 409Cognitive Linguistics3
LING 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
LING 526Second-Language Phonetics and Phonology3
LING 563Structure of Japanese3
MASC 312From the Equator to the Poles: Case Studies in Global Environmental Change3
MEJO 101The Media Revolution: From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg and Beyond3
MEJO 244Talk Politics: An Introduction to Political Communication3
MEJO 442Gender, Class, Race, and Mass Media3
MEJO 445Process and Effects of Mass Communication3
MNGT 427The Labor Force3
MUSC 53First-Year Seminar: Rock 'n' Roll: The First Wave, 1955-19643
MUSC 58First-Year Seminar: Music in Motion: American Popular Music and Dance3
MUSC 61HFirst-Year Seminar: Reverberations3
MUSC 258Musical Movements: Migration, Exile, and Diaspora3
PHIL 63First-Year Seminar: Mind, Brain, and Consciousness3
PHIL 154Philosophy of the Social Sciences3
PHIL 345Reference and Meaning3
PHIL 353Philosophy of Cognitive Science H3
PHIL 453Philosophy of Psychology3
PLAN 51First-Year Seminar: Envisioning Community3
PLAN 52First-Year Seminar: Race, Sex, and Place in America3
PLAN 54First-Year Seminar: Bringing Life Back to Downtown: Commercial Redevelopment of Cities and Towns3
PLAN 55First-Year Seminar: Sustainable Cities3
PLAN 57First-Year Seminar: What Is a Good City? H3
PLAN 58First-Year Seminar: Globalization and the Transformation of Local Economies3
PLAN 246Cities of the Past, Present, and Future: Introduction to Planning3
PLAN 247Solving Urban Problems3
PLAN 330Principles of Sustainability3
PLAN 550Evolution of the American City3
PLAN 663Diversity and Inequality in Cities3
PLAN 686Policy Instruments for Environmental Management3
PLCY 50First-Year Seminar: Environment and Labor in the Global Economy3
PLCY 54First-Year Seminar: U.S. Immigration3
PLCY 55First-Year Seminar: Higher Education, the College Experience, and Public Policy3
PLCY 70First-Year Seminar: Campaigning to Governing: Snapshots of American Politics and Policy3
PLCY 75First-Year Seminar: Debates in Public Policy and Racial Inequality3
PLCY 85First-Year Seminar: Reforming America's Schools H3
PLCY 101Making Public Policy H3
PLCY 110Global Policy Issues H3
PLCY 210Policy Innovation and Analysis H3
PLCY 220The Politics of Public Policy H3
PLCY 345Buying Influence: Interest Groups and Public Policy3
PLCY 349Immigration Policy in the 21st Century3
PLCY 354The Lived Experience of Inequality and Public Policy3
PLCY 360State and Local Politics3
PLCY 361Health Policy and Politics3
PLCY 365Sexuality, Gender, and Public Policy3
PLCY 371Energy Policy3
PLCY 372Global Environment: Policy Analysis and Solutions3
PLCY 375Law and Public Policy3
PLCY 430Analysis of National Security Policy3
PLCY 475The Political Economy of Food3
PLCY 480Environmental Decision Making3
PLCY 485Poverty, Health, and Human Development in Low Income Countries3
PLCY 520Environment and Development3
PLCY 530Educational Problems and Policy Solutions H3
PLCY 686Policy Instruments for Environmental Management3
POLI 50First-Year Seminar: Movies and Politics3
POLI 53First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Shakespeare3
POLI 58FYS: Global Production and Workers' Rights: North Carolina, Latin America, and East Asia3
POLI 61First-Year Seminar: The United States and Cuba: Making Sense of United States Foreign Policy H3
POLI 62First-Year Seminar: How Leaders Lead Others3
POLI 63First-Year Seminar: Social Movements and Political Protest and Violence3
POLI 65First-Year Seminar: Pressure and Power: Organized Interest in American Politics3
POLI 66First-Year Seminar: The United States and the European Union: Partners or Rivals?3
POLI 67First-Year Seminar: Designing Democracy3
POLI 70First-Year Seminar: The Politics of the European Union3
POLI 71First-Year Seminar: Politics of Race, Ethnicity, Language, Religion, and Gender H3
POLI 72First-Year Seminar: Entrepreneurship in Community and Economic Development3
POLI 100Introduction to Government in the United States H3
POLI 101State and Local Government in the United States H3
POLI 130Introduction to Comparative Politics H3
POLI 131Political Change and Modernization3
POLI 150International Relations and World Politics H3
POLI 190Undergraduate Seminar3
POLI 200The President, Congress, and Public Policy3
POLI 201Politics of Bureaucracy3
POLI 202The United States Supreme Court3
POLI 203Race, Innocence, and the Decline of the Death Penalty4
POLI 204Introduction to Southern Politics3
POLI 207The Politics of Organized Interests3
POLI 208Political Parties and Elections3
POLI 209Analyzing Public Opinion H3
POLI 215Political Psychology: An Introduction3
POLI 217Women and Politics3
POLI 218Politics of Sexuality3
POLI 231Latin America and the United States in World Politics3
POLI 232Politics of the United Kingdom H3
POLI 235The Politics of Russia and Eurasia H3
POLI 236Politics of East-Central Europe H3
POLI 237The Politics of China3
POLI 238Contemporary Latin American Politics H3
POLI 239Introduction to European Government H3
POLI 252International Organizations and Global Issues H3
POLI 253Problems in World Order3
POLI 254International Environmental Politics3
POLI 256The Politics of the First Era (1880-1914) of Globalization3
POLI 260Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe3
POLI 281Quantitative Research in Political Science3
POLI 285Research Methods and Experiments3
POLI 287Strategy and International Relations3
POLI 288Strategy and Politics3
POLI 333Race and Public Policy in the United States3
POLI 345Buying Influence: Interest Groups and Public Policy3
POLI 400Executive Politics3
POLI 401Political Economy I: The Domestic System3
POLI 402Assessing Political Tradecraft: Modeling How Leaders Influence Other Leaders3
POLI 404Race, Immigration, and Urban Politics3
POLI 409Mock Constitutional Convention3
POLI 410The Constitution of the United States3
POLI 412United States National Elections H3
POLI 416Constitutional Policies and the Judicial Process3
POLI 417Advanced Political Psychology3
POLI 418Mass Media and American Politics3
POLI 419Race and Politics in the Contemporary United States H3
POLI 420Legislative Politics H3
POLI 421Framing Public Policies3
POLI 422Minority Representation in the American States3
POLI 424Legislative Procedure in Congress3
POLI 428Sexuality, Race, and Gender: Identity and Political Representation3
POLI 430Analysis of National Security Policy3
POLI 431African Politics and Societies3
POLI 433Politics of the European Union H3
POLI 434Politics of Mexico3
POLI 435Democracy and Development in Latin America H3
POLI 436Democracy and Development in Latin America (Spanish)3
POLI 437Political Change in Asia3
POLI 438Democracy and International Institutions in an Undivided Europe3
POLI 440How to Stay in Power When the People Want You Dead: The Politics of Authoritarian Survival3
POLI 442International Political Economy3
POLI 443American Foreign Policy: Formulation and Conduct3
POLI 444Seminar on Terrorism3
POLI 445When Countries Go Broke: Political Responses to Economic Crises3
POLI 447Immigrant Integration in Contemporary Western Europe3
POLI 448The Politics of Multilevel Governance3
POLI 450Contemporary Inter-American Relations H3
POLI 451Race, Ethnicity, and Political Change in Comparative Perspective3
POLI 457International Conflict Processes3
POLI 458International Conflict Management and Resolution3
POLI 459Trans-Atlantic Security3
POLI 469Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia H3
POLI 488Game Theory3
POLI 630Political Contestation in Europe3
POLI 631European Security: The Enlarging European Union and the Trans-Atlantic Relationship3
POLI 632The European Union as a Global Actor3
POLI 633Tolerance and Liberal States3
PORT 530Varieties of Portuguese3
PSYC 54First-Year Seminar: Families and Children3
PSYC 55First-Year Seminar: Children's Eyewitness Testimony3
PSYC 58First-Year Seminar: The Psychology of Mental States and Language Use H3
PSYC 62First-Year Seminar: Positive Psychology: The Science of Optimal Human Functioning3
PSYC 64First-Year Seminar: Prejudice and Stereotyping3
PSYC 65First-Year Seminar: Judgment and Decision Making in Everyday Life3
PSYC 66First-Year Seminar: Eating Disorders and Body Image3
PSYC 68First-Year Seminar: Psychology of Emotion3
PSYC 69First-Year Seminar: Racism, Racial Identity, and African American Mental Health3
PSYC 70First-Year Seminar: Critical Thinking in Psychology and Beyond: How to Use Your Brain3
PSYC 242Introduction to Clinical Psychology H3
PSYC 250Child Development H3
PSYC 260Social Psychology H3
PSYC 310Applied Statistical Methods in the Psychological Sciences3
PSYC 415History of Neuroscience3
PSYC 463Development of Social Behavior and Personality3
PSYC 465Poverty and Development3
PSYC 467The Development of Black Children3
PSYC 468Family as a Context for Development3
PSYC 472Racial Discrimination and Minority Youth3
PSYC 500Developmental Psychopathology3
PSYC 501Theoretical, Empirical Perspectives on Personality3
PSYC 502Psychology of Adulthood and Aging3
PSYC 503African American Psychology3
PSYC 506Assessment and Treatment of Older Persons3
PSYC 509Applied Behavioral Analysis3
PSYC 516Child Maltreatment, Trauma, and Trauma-Focused Treatment3
PSYC 531Tests and Measurement3
PSYC 560Self and Society3
PSYC 561Social Cognition H3
PSYC 563Small Groups3
PSYC 564Interpersonal Processes3
PSYC 565Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination3
PSYC 567Research in Positive Psychology3
PSYC 568Emotion3
PSYC 569Practical Wisdom from Advanced Social Psychology3
PSYC 570The Social Psychology of Self-Regulation3
PSYC 572Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Sex and Gender Differences3
PSYC 693HHonors in Psychology I3
PSYC 694HHonors in Psychology II3
PWAD 101Making Public Policy H3
PWAD 110Global Policy Issues H3
PWAD 120World Regional Geography3
PWAD 150International Relations and World Politics H3
PWAD 220The Politics of Public Policy3
PWAD 252International Organizations and Global Issues H3
PWAD 253Problems in World Order3
PWAD 260Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe3
PWAD 280Anthropology of War and Peace3
PWAD 287Strategy and International Relations3
PWAD 411Social Movements and Collective Behavior3
PWAD 416Constitutional Policies and the Judicial Process3
PWAD 430Analysis of National Security Policy3
PWAD 443American Foreign Policy: Formulation and Conduct3
PWAD 444Seminar on Terrorism3
PWAD 457International Conflict Processes3
PWAD 458International Conflict Management and Resolution3
PWAD 459Trans-Atlantic Security3
PWAD 469Conflict and Intervention in the Former Yugoslavia H3
PWAD 481Religion, Fundamentalism, and Nationalism3
RECR 310Women, Work, and Leisure3
RECR 311Recreation and Leisure in Society3
RECR 440Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Issues3
RECR 470Recreation and Leisure across the Lifespan3
RECR 475Disability, Culture, and Therapeutic Recreation3
RELI 60First-Year Seminar: Religion and Racism3
RELI 67First-Year Seminar: Nature, Culture, and Self-Identity: Religion in the Construction of Social Life3
RELI 69First-Year Seminar: Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Judaism3
RELI 70First-Year Seminar: Jesus in Scholarship and Film3
RELI 76First-Year Seminar: Money and Morality: Divining Value in Social Life3
RELI 101Introduction to Religious Studies3
RELI 143Judaism in Our Time3
RELI 225Christian Cultures3
RELI 232Shrines and Pilgrimages3
RELI 242New Religious Movements in America3
RELI 246Supernatural Encounters: Zombies, Vampires, Demons, and the Occult in the Americas H3
RELI 248Introduction to American Islam H3
RELI 287Modern Japanese Religions3
RELI 342African-American Religious Experience3
RELI 381Religions of South Asia3
RELI 384Religion and Globalization in Southeast Asia3
RELI 427Spirit Possession3
RELI 428Religion and Anthropology H3
RELI 429Religion and Society3
RELI 443Evangelicalism in Contemporary America H3
RELI 481Religion, Fundamentalism, and Nationalism3
RELI 524Ethnographic Approaches to Contemporary Religion3
RELI 574Chinese World Views3
RELI 586Women and Gender in Japanese Religions3
RELI 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
ROML 50First-Year Seminar: The Art and Science of Language: Orality and Literacy in the Information Age3
ROML 51First-Year Seminar: National and Cultural Identities in the Romance Areas H3
ROML 52First-Year Seminar: The Value of Language in Identity: Hispanics in the United States3
ROML 53First-Year Seminar: Oral Histories of Our Local Hispanic Community3
ROML 61First-Year Seminar: Language in Autism and Developmental Disorders3
SOCI 50First-Year Seminar: Religion in American Public Life3
SOCI 51First-Year Seminar: Emotion and Social Life3
SOCI 52First-Year Seminar: Social Inequality across Space and Time3
SOCI 53First-Year Seminar: The Consequences of Welfare Reform and Prospects for the Future3
SOCI 54First-Year Seminar: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs: Work and Workers in 21st-Century America3
SOCI 55First-Year Seminar: Self, Society, and the Making of Reality3
SOCI 56First-Year Seminar: Citizenship3
SOCI 57First-Year Seminar: Rationalization and the Changing Nature of Social Life in 21st-Century America3
SOCI 58First-Year Seminar: Globalization, Work, and Inequality3
SOCI 59First-Year Seminar: The Advocacy Explosion: Social Movements in the Contemporary United States3
SOCI 60First-Year Seminar: Sociology of the Islamic World3
SOCI 61FYS: Innovative, Information Technology, and the Sociology of Business in 21st-Century3
SOCI 62First-Year Seminar: Social Change and Changing Lives3
SOCI 63First-Year Seminar: Cooperation and Conflict3
SOCI 64First-Year Seminar: Equality of Educational Opportunity Then and Now3
SOCI 65First-Year Seminar: Environment, Health, and Justice3
SOCI 66First-Year Seminar: Citizenship and Society in the United States3
SOCI 67First-Year Seminar: America in the 1960s3
SOCI 68First-Year Seminar: Immigration in Contemporary America3
SOCI 69First-Year Seminar: Human Societies and Genomics3
SOCI 70First-Year Seminar: Difficult Dialogues3
SOCI 71First-Year Seminar: The Pursuit of Happiness H3
SOCI 72First-Year Seminar: Race and Ethnicity in the United States3
SOCI 101Sociological Perspectives H3
SOCI 111Human Societies3
SOCI 112Social Interaction3
SOCI 115Regional Sociology of the South3
SOCI 121Population Problems3
SOCI 122Race and Ethnic Relations3
SOCI 123Crime and Delinquency3
SOCI 124Sex and Gender in Society3
SOCI 130Family and Society3
SOCI 133Sociology of Politics3
SOCI 172Introduction to Population Health in the United States3
SOCI 260Crisis and Change in Russia and Eastern Europe3
SOCI 301American Colleges and Universities: Junior Transfer Seminar3
SOCI 411Social Movements and Collective Behavior3
SOCI 413Social Movements and Collective Behavior, Experiential3
SOCI 414The City and Urbanization3
SOCI 417The City and Urbanization, Experiential Education3
SOCI 419Sociology of the Islamic World3
SOCI 422Sociology of Health and Mental Illness3
SOCI 423Sociology of Education, Experiential Education3
SOCI 426Sociology of Education3
SOCI 427The Labor Force3
SOCI 428Sociology of Art3
SOCI 429Religion and Society3
SOCI 431Aging3
SOCI 450Theory and Problems of Developing Societies3
SOCI 453Social Change in Latin America3
SOCI 469Health and Society3
SPAN 679Spanish Pragmatics3
SPAN 680First- and Second-Language Acquisition of Spanish3
SPAN 682Spanish Sociolinguistics3
WGST 51First-Year Seminar: Race, Sex, and Place in America3
WGST 101Introduction to Women's Studies3
WGST 111Introduction to Sexuality Studies3
WGST 124Sex and Gender in Society3
WGST 200Gender and Sexuality in Africa3
WGST 217Women and Politics3
WGST 218Politics of Sexuality3
WGST 225Space, Place, and Difference3
WGST 260Women in Sports3
WGST 266Black Women in America3
WGST 277Gender and Culture3
WGST 281Gender and Global Change3
WGST 310Women, Work, and Leisure3
WGST 365Sexuality, Gender, and Public Policy3
WGST 368Women of Color in Contemporary United States Social Movements3
WGST 381Women and Work in Japan3
WGST 385Gender and Economics3
WGST 388The International Politics of Sexual and Reproductive Health3
WGST 410Comparative Queer Politics3
WGST 438Gender and Performance: Constituting Identity3
WGST 441The Anthropology of Gender, Health, and Illness3
WGST 442Gender, Class, Race, and Mass Media3
WGST 445Migration and Health3
WGST 458Archaeology of Sex and Gender3
WGST 503Gender, Culture, and Development3
WGST 550The Social Construction of Women's Bodies3
WGST 553Theorizing Black Feminisms3
WGST 610Feminism, Sexuality, and Human Rights3
WGST 660Kinship, Reproduction, Reproductive Technology, and the New Genetics H3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Historical Analysis (HS)

AAAD 130Introduction to African American and Diaspora Studies3
AAAD 202West Africa through Visual Art, Literature, and Film3
AAAD 231African American History since 18653
AAAD 240African American Politics3
AAAD 254Blacks in North Carolina3
AAAD 258The Civil Rights Movement3
AAAD 260Blacks in Latin America3
AAAD 284Contemporary Perspectives on the African Diaspora in the Americas3
AAAD 286The African Diaspora in the Colonial Americas, 1450-18003
AAAD 300Cultures of Health and Healing in Africa3
AAAD 341Law and Society3
AAAD 385Emancipation in the New World3
AAAD 387HIV/AIDS in Africa and the Diaspora3
AAAD 401Ghanaian Society and Culture3
AAAD 402African Media and Film: History and Practice3
AAAD 412Regional Seminar in African Studies3
AAAD 430African American Intellectual History3
AAAD 450The Harlem Renaissance3
AAAD 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
AAAD 485Black Atlantic Crosscurrents3
AERO 213Air Power and Modern Warfare3
AMST 53First-Year Seminar: The Family and Social Change in America H3
AMST 54First-Year Seminar: The Indians' New Worlds: Southeastern Histories from 1200 to 18003
AMST 56Exploring American Memory3
AMST 58First-Year Seminar: Cultures of Dissent: Radical Social Thought in America since 18803
AMST 60First-Year Seminar: American Indians in History, Law, and Literature3
AMST 101The Emergence of Modern America3
AMST 102Myth and History in American Memory3
AMST 110Introduction to the Cultures and Histories of Native North America3
AMST 202Historical Approaches to American Studies3
AMST 203Approaches to American Indian Studies3
AMST 210Approaches to Southern Studies: A Historical Analysis of the American South3
AMST 231Native American History: The East3
AMST 233Native American History: The West3
AMST 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
AMST 235Native America in the 20th Century3
AMST 253A Social History of Jewish Women in America3
AMST 255Mid-20th-Century American Thought and Culture3
AMST 259Tobacco and America3
AMST 269Mating and Marriage in American Culture3
AMST 277Globalization and National Identity H3
AMST 278Crimes and Punishments3
AMST 283American Home3
AMST 292Historical Seminar in American Studies H3
AMST 317Adoption in America3
AMST 334Defining America I H3
AMST 337Beyond Red Power: American Indian Activism since 19003
AMST 339The Long 1960s in Native America3
AMST 350Main Street Carolina: A Cultural History of North Carolina Downtowns H3
AMST 378Nation Building and National Identity in Australia and the United States H3
AMST 386American Families3
AMST 387Race and Empire in 20th-Century American Intellectual History3
AMST 390Seminar in American Studies3
AMST 410Senior Seminar in Southern Studies3
AMST 482Images of the American Landscape3
AMST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
AMST 510Federal Indian Law and Policy3
AMST 511American Indians and American Law3
AMST 671Introduction to Public History3
ANTH 54First-Year Seminar: The Indians' New Worlds: Southeastern Histories from 1200 to 18003
ANTH 60First-Year Seminar: Crisis & Resilience: Past and Future of Human Societies H3
ANTH 64First-Year Seminar: Public Archaeology in Bronzeville, Chicago's Black Metropolis3
ANTH 65First-Year Seminar: Humans and Animals: Anthropological Perspectives3
ANTH 67First-Year Seminar: Blackness and Racialization: A Multidimensional Approach3
ANTH 121Ancient Cities of the Americas3
ANTH 144Archaeology and the Media3
ANTH 145Introduction to World Prehistory3
ANTH 149Great Discoveries in Archaeology3
ANTH 151Anthropological Perspectives on Food and Culture3
ANTH 203Approaches to American Indian Studies3
ANTH 231Archaeology of South America3
ANTH 232Ancestral Maya Civilizations H3
ANTH 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
ANTH 250Archaeology of North America H3
ANTH 252Archaeology of Food3
ANTH 278Women in Science3
ANTH 306Water and Inequality: Anthropological Perspectives3
ANTH 377European Societies3
ANTH 426Making Magic3
ANTH 449Anthropology and Marxism3
ANTH 451Field School in North American Archaeology H6
ANTH 452The Past in the Present3
ANTH 453Field School in South American Archaeology H6
ANTH 454The Archaeology of African Diasporas3
ANTH 455Ethnohistory3
ANTH 456Archaeology and Ethnography of Small-Scale Societies3
ANTH 457Perspectives in Historical Archaeology3
ANTH 460Historical Ecology3
ANTH 461Colonialism and Postcolonialism: History and Anthropology3
ANTH 468State Formation3
ANTH 538Disease and Discrimination in Colonial Atlantic America3
ANTH 550Archaeology of the American South3
ARAB 321Visions of Emancipation in Modernist Arab Thought3
ARTH 330Art and the History of Museums, 1750-20003
ARTH 340Art and Interchange in Medieval Iberia3
ARTH 458Islamic Architecture and the Environment3
ARTH 464Greek Architecture3
ARTH 467Celtic Art and Cultures3
ARTH 514Monuments and Memory3
ARTH 561Arts of the Islamic Mediterranean3
ARTH 562Islamic Urbanism3
ASIA 63First-Year Seminar: Japanese Tea Culture3
ASIA 131Southeast Asia to the Early 19th Century3
ASIA 132Southeast Asia since the Early 19th Century3
ASIA 133Introduction to Chinese History3
ASIA 134Modern East Asia3
ASIA 135History of the Indian Subcontinent to 17503
ASIA 136History of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: South Asia since 17503
ASIA 138History of Muslim Societies to 15003
ASIA 139HIstory of Muslim Societies since 15003
ASIA 180Introduction to Islamic Civilization3
ASIA 181Modern Muslim Societies3
ASIA 244Asian History/Study Abroad Program3-6
ASIA 272Contemporary India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh3
ASIA 276The Modern Middle East3
ASIA 277The Conflict over Israel/Palestine3
ASIA 281The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy3
ASIA 282China in the World3
ASIA 287Japan's Modern Revolution3
ASIA 288Japan in the 20th Century3
ASIA 304Sex, Religion, and Violence: Revolutionary Thought in Modern South Asia3
ASIA 331Cracking India: Partition and Its Legacy in South Asia3
ASIA 350The Asian American Experience3
ASIA 458Islamic Architecture and the Environment3
ASIA 537Women in the Middle East3
ASIA 555Religion, Coexistence, and Conflict in Medieval India3
ASIA 556Gender in Indian History3
ASIA 557Bandits, Rebels and Storytellers: Fiction and History in India3
ASIA 561Arts of the Islamic Mediterranean3
ASIA 570The Vietnam War3
ASIA 582Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia3
ASIA 583Religion and Culture in Iran, 1500-Present3
CHIN 346History as Fiction or Fiction as History? Early Chinese History in Film and Literature3
CLAR 110The Archaeology of Palestine in the New Testament Period3
CLAR 120Ancient Cities H3
CLAR 241Archaeology of Ancient Near East3
CLAR 242Archaeology of Egypt3
CLAR 243Minoans and Mycenaeans: The Archaeology of Bronze Age Greece3
CLAR 244Greek Archaeology3
CLAR 245Archaeology of Italy3
CLAR 375Archaeology of Cult3
CLAR 464Greek Architecture3
CLAR 475Frontiers and Provinces of the Roman Empire3
CLAR 489The Archaeology of Anatolia in the Bronze and Iron Ages3
CLAR 491The Archaeology of Early Greece (1200-500 BCE)3
CLAS 62First-Year Seminar: Barbarians in Greek and Roman Culture3
CLAS 71First-Year Seminar: The Architecture of Empire H3
CLAS 73First-Year Seminar: Life in Ancient Pompeii H3
CLAS 122The Romans H3
CLAS 242Sex and Gender in Antiquity3
CLAS 391Junior Seminar3
CMPL 270German Culture and the Jewish Question3
COMM 249Introduction to Communication Technology, Culture, and Society3
COMM 576Making and Manipulating "Race" in the United States3
DRAM 470Survey of Costume History H3
DRAM 475Costume History: Africa, Asia, and Arabia H3
ECON 58First-Year Seminar: History of Financial Crisis, 1637-20133
EDUC 510Mexican American and Chicana/o Experience in Education3
EDUC 529Education in American Society3
ENEC 460Historical Ecology3
ENEC 585American Environmental Policy3
ENGL 75First-Year Seminar: Interpreting the South from Manuscripts3
ENGL 314History of the English Language3
ENVR 585American Environmental Policy3
EURO 159From War to Prosperity: 20th-Century Europe3
EURO 252Politics, Society, and Culture in Modern Germany (1871-1945)3
EURO 257Politics, Society, and Culture in Postwar Germany3
EURO 259Towards Emancipation? Women in Modern Europe3
EURO 347Fascist Challenge in Europe, 1918-19453
FOLK 455Ethnohistory3
FOLK 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
FOLK 560Southern Literature and the Oral Tradition3
FOLK 571Southern Music3
FOLK 670Introduction to Oral History3
GEOG 64First-Year Seminar: Vietnam3
GERM 216The Viking Age3
GERM 227Luther and the Bible3
GERM 311The Crusades3
GSLL 51First-Year Seminar: Stalin and Hitler: Historical Issues in Cultural and Other Perspectives3
GSLL 53First-Year Seminar: Early Germanic Culture: Myth, Magic, Murder, and Mayhem3
GSLL 55First-Year Seminar: Fantasies of Rome: Gladiators, Senators, Soothsayers, and Caesars3
GSLL 56First-Year Seminar: Germans, Jews, and the History of Anti-Semitism3
GSLL 58First-Year Seminar: Love in the Middle Ages3
GSLL 59First-Year Seminar: Moscow 1937: Dictatorships and Their Defenders3
GSLL 218Christianity and Islam in the Middle Ages3
GSLL 251Ideology and Aesthetics: Marxism and Literature3
GSLL 254The Division of Germany, Reunification, and Conflict with Russia H3
GSLL 255Germany and Cold War: Occupation, Division, Reunification, Renewed Conflict with Russia (1945-Today)3
GSLL 270German Culture and the Jewish Question3
GSLL 285Dissent and Protest in Central Europe3
HIST 51First-Year Seminar: Latin American Revolutions3
HIST 52First-Year Seminar: Conflicts over Israel/Palestine3
HIST 53First-Year Seminar: Traveling to European Cities: American Writers/Cultural Identities, 1830-19303
HIST 54First-Year Seminar: Interpreting the French Revolution, 1789-18153
HIST 56First-Year Seminar: World War I: History and Literature3
HIST 57First-Year Seminar: History and Memory in the Modern South, 1865 to the Present3
HIST 60First-Year Seminar: Oral History in Action3
HIST 62First-Year Seminar: Nations, Borders, and Identities3
HIST 64First-Year Seminar: Gorbachev: The Collapse of the Soviet Empire and the Rise of the New Russia3
HIST 65First-Year Seminar: History of Love and Desire from Antiquity to the Beatles3
HIST 66First-Year Seminar: Film and History in Europe and the United States, 1908-19683
HIST 68First-Year Seminar: American Dreams: Histories of Experience and Explanation, 1620-19003
HIST 70First-Year Seminar: Seeing History in Everyday Places: Chapel Hill as a Case Study3
HIST 72First-Year Seminar: Women's Voices: 20th-Century European History in Female Memory H3
HIST 73First-Year Seminar: On the Train: Time, Space, and the Modern World3
HIST 74First-Year Seminar: Emperors, Courts, and Consumption: The Mughals of India3
HIST 75First-Year Seminar: Faith and Violence in the Middle Ages3
HIST 76First-Year Seminar: Understanding 14923
HIST 79First-Year Seminar: Coming of Age in 20th Century America3
HIST 81First-Year Seminar: Diaries, Memoirs, and Testimonies of the Holocaust3
HIST 83First-Year Seminar: African History through Popular Music3
HIST 84First-Year Seminar: Monsters, Murders, and Mayhem in Microhistorical Analysis: French Case Studies H3
HIST 85First-Year Seminar: What Concentration Camp Survivors Tell Us H3
HIST 106Ancient History3
HIST 107Medieval History3
HIST 108Introduction to Early Medieval History 500-10503
HIST 110Introduction to the Cultures and Histories of Native North America3
HIST 120Sport and American History3
HIST 121History of Religion in North America3
HIST 124United States History through Film3
HIST 125The Social History of Popular Music in 20th-Century America3
HIST 127American History to 18653
HIST 128American History since 18653
HIST 130Modern African History3
HIST 131Southeast Asia to the Early 19th Century3
HIST 132Southeast Asia since the Early 19th Century3
HIST 133Introduction to Chinese History3
HIST 134Modern East Asia3
HIST 135History of the Indian Subcontinent to 17503
HIST 136History of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: South Asia since 17503
HIST 137Muhammad to Malcolm X: Islam, Politics, Race, and Gender3
HIST 138History of Muslim Societies to 15003
HIST 139HIstory of Muslim Societies since 15003
HIST 140The World since 19453
HIST 142Latin America under Colonial Rule3
HIST 143Latin America since Independence3
HIST 144Women in the United States from Settlement to Present3
HIST 151European History to 16503
HIST 152European History since 16503
HIST 153From the Bible to Broadway: Jewish History to Modern Times3
HIST 157History of Britain since 16883
HIST 158Early Modern European History, 1450-18153
HIST 159From War to Prosperity: 20th-Century Europe3
HIST 162Russia under the Last Tsars and Soviet Commissars3
HIST 163Modern Central Asia3
HIST 164History of Britain in the 19th Century3
HIST 165History of Britain in the 20th Century3
HIST 166History of Afghanistan3
HIST 174HHonors Seminar in African, Asian, and Middle Eastern History3
HIST 175HHonors Seminar in Latin American History3
HIST 176HHonors Seminar in Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European History3
HIST 177HHonors Seminar in Early European History3
HIST 178HHonors Seminar in Modern European History3
HIST 179HHonors Seminar in American History3
HIST 202Borders and Crossings3
HIST 203Empires and Cultures in the Modern World3
HIST 206War, Diplomacy, and Statecraft, 1815-19453
HIST 207The Global Cold War3
HIST 212History of Sea Power3
HIST 213Air Power and Modern Warfare3
HIST 220The Olympic Games: A Global History3
HIST 225History of Greece3
HIST 226History of Rome3
HIST 228The Medieval Expansion of Europe3
HIST 230Why History Matters to Public Policy3
HIST 231Native American History: The East3
HIST 233Native American History: The West3
HIST 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
HIST 235Native America in the 20th Century3
HIST 236Sex and American History3
HIST 239Religion in North America since 18653
HIST 240Introduction to Mexico: A Nation in Four Revolutions3
HIST 241History of Latinos in the United States3
HIST 242United States-Latin American Relations3
HIST 243The United States and Africa H3
HIST 244History of the American Presidency3
HIST 245The United States and the Cold War: Origins, Development, Legacy3
HIST 246The Long Cold War: U.S. Foreign Relations in the 20th and 21st Centuries3
HIST 247Early Modern Japanese History and Culture3
HIST 249World Christianity since 14503
HIST 251The Thirty Years War (1618-1648): Europe in an Age of Crisis3
HIST 252Politics, Society, and Culture in Modern Germany (1871-1945)3
HIST 253Art and Power in Early Modern Europe H3
HIST 254War and Society in Early Modern Europe3
HIST 255Manor to Machine: The Economic Shaping of Europe3
HIST 256France, 1940 to the Present3
HIST 257Politics, Society, and Culture in Postwar Germany3
HIST 258Modern Italy since 18483
HIST 259Towards Emancipation? Women in Modern Europe3
HIST 260East Central Europe from the 18th Century to the Present3
HIST 261France, 1870-19403
HIST 262History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews3
HIST 264Gender in Russian History3
HIST 268War, Revolution, and Culture: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, 1750-18503
HIST 269The History of London, World City, 1890-Present3
HIST 271Premodern Japanese History and Culture3
HIST 272Contemporary India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh3
HIST 274History of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-19233
HIST 276The Modern Middle East3
HIST 277The Conflict over Israel/Palestine3
HIST 278The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade H3
HIST 279Modern South Africa3
HIST 280Women and Gender in Latin American History3
HIST 281The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy3
HIST 282China in the World3
HIST 284Late Imperial China3
HIST 28520th-Century China3
HIST 287Japan's Modern Revolution3
HIST 288Japan in the 20th Century3
HIST 289America in the 1970s3
HIST 302Movies Make History: Films as Primary Sources in Europe and America H3
HIST 308The Renaissance and the Jews3
HIST 309Old Regime France, 1661-17873
HIST 310The French Revolution3
HIST 311Ghettos and Shtetls? Urban Life in East European Jewish History3
HIST 312History of France and Algeria3
HIST 313Women and the Law in Africa and the Middle East3
HIST 320Museums in Europe and the Americas: History and Theory H3
HIST 325Food and History: The Local and Global, the United Kingdom and the United States3
HIST 329An Introduction to the History of Medicine H3
HIST 330Jesus and the Jews: From the Bible to the Big Screen H3
HIST 331Sex, Religion, and Violence: Revolutionary Thought in Modern South Asia3
HIST 332Identity and Community in Modern Jewish History: The Case of Durham3
HIST 334Rasputin's Russia: Erotic, Decadent, Revolutionary3
HIST 335Cracking India: Partition and Its Legacy in South Asia3
HIST 340Ethics and Business in Africa H3
HIST 345Comparative Strategies of Empire3
HIST 346Dictators in the 20th Century3
HIST 347Fascist Challenge in Europe, 1918-19453
HIST 348Population Transfers, Migration, and Displacement in Europe from the 19th to the 21st Century3
HIST 349Comparative Empires in the Modern World3
HIST 351Global History of Warfare3
HIST 353Cinema, Culture, and Society in Weimar and Nazi Germany3
HIST 354War and Gender in Movies H3
HIST 355American Women's History to 18653
HIST 356American Women's History, 1865 to the Present3
HIST 360Modern American Intellectual History H3
HIST 361Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Histories in the United States3
HIST 362Baseball and American History3
HIST 363Popular Culture and American History H3
HIST 364History of American Business3
HIST 365The Worker and American Life3
HIST 366North Carolina History before 18653
HIST 367North Carolina History since 18653
HIST 368War and American Society to 19033
HIST 369War and American Society, 1903 to the Present3
HIST 372History of American Politics, 1932-Present H3
HIST 373The United States in World War II3
HIST 374The American West, 1800 to the Present3
HIST 375History of Gender in America3
HIST 376History of African Americans to 18653
HIST 377History of African Americans, 1865 to Present H3
HIST 381Bebop to Hip-Hop: The Modern Black Freedom Struggle through Music3
HIST 382The History of the Civil Rights Movement3
HIST 383Big-Time College Sports and the Rights of Athletes, 1956-Present3
HIST 384America in the Sixties H3
HIST 389Maid in America, Made in China: Laboring Women in Global Perspective3
HIST 420Politics and Religion in Ancient Greece3
HIST 421Alexander3
HIST 422Ancient Greek Warfare3
HIST 423Archaic Greece, 800-480 BCE3
HIST 424Classical Greece (Sixth-Fourth Centuries BCE)3
HIST 425Roman History, 154 BCE-14 CE3
HIST 427The Early Roman Empire, 14 CE-193 CE3
HIST 428The Later Roman Empire, 193 CE-378 CE3
HIST 431The Medieval Church3
HIST 432The Crusades3
HIST 434Medieval England3
HIST 435The Medieval University3
HIST 436Medieval Theology, Gender, and the Body3
HIST 437Aristocratic Culture in the Central Middle Ages3
HIST 438Medieval Masculinities, 500-1200 H3
HIST 4511492: The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain3
HIST 452The Renaissance: Italy, Birthplace of the Renaissance, 1300-15503
HIST 453Mediterranean Societies and Economics in the Renaissance World3
HIST 459Global Evangelicalism since 16003
HIST 460Late Medieval and Reformation Germany3
HIST 461Early Modern Germany, 1600-18153
HIST 462Germany, 1806-1918: Politics, Society, and Culture H3
HIST 463Germany since 1918: Politics, Society, and Culture H3
HIST 466Modern European Intellectual History3
HIST 469European Social History, 1815-19703
HIST 471History of Science from Newton to Einstein3
HIST 472Medicine and Health in Early Modern Europe3
HIST 474Britain in World Affairs: British Foreign Policy since World War II3
HIST 475Feminist Movements in the United States since 1945 H3
HIST 476Borderlands: Religion and Ethnicity in Modern East Central Europe3
HIST 477Revolution in Russia, 1900-19303
HIST 478Stalin and After: The USSR, 1929-Present3
HIST 479History of Female Sexualities in the West3
HIST 480Russia's 19th Century: Cultural Splendor, Imperial Decay3
HIST 481Eastern Europe since World War II3
HIST 482Russia, Eurasian Empire3
HIST 483Nation and Religion in Russia: Orthodoxy, Islam, and Judaism3
HIST 484Islam in Tsarist and Soviet Russia3
HIST 485Modern East European Jewish History3
HIST 486Extremism, Terrorism, and Security in Postwar Europe H3
HIST 490Special Topics in History H3
HIST 500Gender, Empire, and Nation in Europe and Beyond, 18th to the 20th Century3
HIST 501The Gender of Welfare: Comparative Perspectives, 19th and 20th Century3
HIST 508Europe and Humanitarian Aid since 1945: Concepts, Actors, Practices3
HIST 509The World History of Slavery3
HIST 510Human Rights in the Modern World H3
HIST 5119/11 in World History3
HIST 514Monuments and Memory3
HIST 516Historical Time H3
HIST 517Gender, Military, and War in Comparative Perspective3
HIST 526History of the Andes3
HIST 527Latin American Indigenous Peoples3
HIST 528Guerrillas and Counterinsurgencies in Latin America3
HIST 529Mexico, 1750-1870: War, Independence, and Reforms: Citizenship and Conflict in a New Nation3
HIST 533History of Brazil3
HIST 534The African Diaspora3
HIST 535Women and Gender in African History3
HIST 537Women in the Middle East3
HIST 550Gender in Chinese History3
HIST 555Religion, Coexistence, and Conflict in Medieval India3
HIST 556Gender in Indian History3
HIST 557Bandits, Rebels and Storytellers: Fiction and History in India3
HIST 561The American Colonial Experience3
HIST 563Jacksonian America, 1815-18483
HIST 564The American Revolution, 1763-18153
HIST 566The History of Sexuality in America3
HIST 568Women in the South3
HIST 569African American Women's History3
HIST 570The Vietnam War3
HIST 571Southern Music3
HIST 574Spanish Borderlands in North America3
HIST 576The Ethnohistory of Native American Women3
HIST 577United States Foreign Relations in the 20th Century3
HIST 578Transatlantic Relations and Contemporary Geo-Politics from the Cold War to the Present3
HIST 581American Constitutional History to 18763
HIST 582American Constitutional History since 18763
HIST 586The Old South3
HIST 589Race, Racism, and America: (United States) Law in Historical Perspective3
HIST 593Exploring the U.S. South Hands On and Ears Open: Internship at the Southern Oral History Program3
HIST 625Technology and American Culture3
HIST 670Introduction to Oral History3
HIST 671Introduction to Public History3
HIST 692HHonors in History3
HIST 697Myth and History3
ITAL 258Modern Italy since 18483
ITAL 320Italian Cities and Cultures3
ITAL 330Italian Civilization I3
ITAL 331Italian Civilization II3
ITAL 339US-Italian Encounters: War, Tourism, Myth3
ITAL 343Italian Culture Today: Modern Italy as a Nation 1860 to Present3
ITAL 365Italian Food and Culture3
JAPN 150Introduction to Japanese Culture3
JAPN 231Premodern Japanese History and Culture3
JAPN 246Early Modern Japanese History and Culture3
JAPN 451Swords, Tea Bowls, and Woodblock Prints: Exploring Japanese Material Culture3
JWST 56First-Year Seminar: Germans, Jews, and the History of Anti-Semitism3
JWST 100Introduction to Jewish Studies3
JWST 106Introduction to Early Judaism3
JWST 107Introduction to Modern Judaism3
JWST 110The Archaeology of Palestine in the New Testament Period3
JWST 153From the Bible to Broadway: Jewish History to Modern Times3
JWST 239German Culture and the Jewish Question3
JWST 253A Social History of Jewish Women in America3
JWST 262History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews3
JWST 308The Renaissance and the Jews3
JWST 311Ghettos and Shtetls? Urban Life in East European Jewish History3
JWST 330Jesus and the Jews: From the Bible to the Big Screen H3
JWST 4511492: The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain3
JWST 476Borderlands: Religion and Ethnicity in Modern East Central Europe3
JWST 485Modern East European Jewish History3
JWST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
LING 444Origin and Evolution of Human Language3
LING 558Ancient Mayan Hieroglyphs3
LING 678History of the Spanish Language3
LTAM 291The Latino Experience in the United States3
MEJO 242From Gutenberg to Google: A History of Media3
MEJO 342The Black Press and United States History3
MNGT 364History of American Business3
MNGT 365The Worker and American Life3
MUSC 56First-Year Seminar: Early-Modern Court Spectacle3
MUSC 59First-Year Seminar: 20th-Century Music and Visual Art3
MUSC 62First-Year Seminar: Vienna: City of Dreams H3
MUSC 255Studies in Music History II, 1750 to the Present3
PLAN 585American Environmental Policy3
PLCY 231Why History Matters to Public Policy3
PLCY 585American Environmental Policy3
POLI 240African American Politics3
POLI 257Politics, Society, and Culture in Postwar Germany3
POLI 411Civil Liberties under the Constitution3
POLI 474Religion and Politics3
PORT 323Cultures of Brazil, Portugal, and Portuguese Africa3
PWAD 132Southeast Asia since the Early 19th Century3
PWAD 134Modern East Asia3
PWAD 206War, Diplomacy, and Statecraft, 1815-19453
PWAD 207The Global Cold War3
PWAD 212History of Sea Power3
PWAD 213Air Power and Modern Warfare3
PWAD 245The United States and the Cold War: Origins, Development, Legacy3
PWAD 251The Thirty Years War (1618-1648): Europe in an Age of Crisis3
PWAD 254War and Society in Early Modern Europe3
PWAD 262History of the Holocaust: The Destruction of the European Jews3
PWAD 268War, Revolution, and Culture: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, 1750-18503
PWAD 277The Conflict over Israel/Palestine3
PWAD 281The Pacific War, 1937-1945: Its Causes and Legacy3
PWAD 331Cracking India: Partition and Its Legacy in South Asia3
PWAD 339US-Italian Encounters: War, Tourism, Myth3
PWAD 351Global History of Warfare3
PWAD 354War and Gender in Movies H3
PWAD 359Comparative History of National Intelligence Regimes3
PWAD 360The History of Warning Intelligence3
PWAD 361The History of Deception3
PWAD 368War and American Society to 19033
PWAD 369War and American Society, 1903 to the Present3
PWAD 373The United States in World War II3
PWAD 421Alexander3
PWAD 422Ancient Greek Warfare3
PWAD 432The Crusades3
PWAD 485Extremism, Terrorism, and Security in Postwar Europe H3
PWAD 488Nuclear Security in the 21st Century3
PWAD 517Gender, Military, and War in Comparative Perspective3
PWAD 528Guerrillas and Counterinsurgencies in Latin America3
PWAD 564The American Revolution, 1763-18153
PWAD 570The Vietnam War3
PWAD 577United States Foreign Relations in the 20th Century3
RELI 61First-Year Seminar: Religion, Magic, and Science3
RELI 63First-Year Seminar: The Archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls3
RELI 72First-Year Seminar: Apocalypse Now? Messianic Movements in America3
RELI 80First-Year Seminar: Religion and Writing in the Ancient World3
RELI 105Religions of the Greco-Roman World3
RELI 106Introduction to Early Judaism3
RELI 107Introduction to Modern Judaism3
RELI 108Classic Jewish Texts: From Bible and Dead Sea Scrolls to Kabbalah and Hassidism3
RELI 109History and Culture of Ancient Israel H3
RELI 110The Archaeology of Palestine in the New Testament Period3
RELI 123Introduction to Jewish Studies3
RELI 140Religion in America H3
RELI 141African American Religions H3
RELI 142Catholicism in America3
RELI 151Religion in Latin America3
RELI 161Introduction to the History of Christian Traditions H3
RELI 162Catholicism Today: An Introduction to the Contemporary Catholic Church3
RELI 163Critical Issues in Western Religious Thought3
RELI 165Mysticism H3
RELI 180Introduction to Islamic Civilization3
RELI 181Modern Muslim Societies3
RELI 208The Birth of Christianity3
RELI 209Varieties of Early Christianity H3
RELI 217Gnosticism H3
RELI 218Christianity and Islam in the Middle Ages3
RELI 227Luther and the Bible3
RELI 233Religion and Violence3
RELI 239German Culture and the Jewish Question3
RELI 241Messianic Movements in American History3
RELI 244Gender and Sexuality in Western Christianity H3
RELI 289Muhammad and the Qur'an3
RELI 340Liberal Tradition in American Religion3
RELI 362Mary in the Christian Tradition H3
RELI 366Medieval Religious Texts3
RELI 368Race, Sexuality, and Disability in the History of Western Christianity H3
RELI 371Women Mystics3
RELI 375Archaeology of Cult3
RELI 441Religion in Early America H3
RELI 446Christian-Jewish Relations throughout the Ages3
RELI 565Medieval Jews and the Bible3
RELI 580African American Islam3
RELI 582Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia3
RELI 583Religion and Culture in Iran, 1500-Present3
RELI 662Advanced Seminar in Contemporary Catholicism3
ROML 62First-Year Seminar: What Happened to Latin?3
SPAN 678History of the Spanish Language3
WGST 144Women in the United States from Settlement to Present3
WGST 242Sex and Gender in Antiquity3
WGST 244Gender and Sexuality in Western Christianity H3
WGST 253A Social History of Jewish Women in America3
WGST 259Towards Emancipation? Women in Modern Europe3
WGST 264Gender in Russian History3
WGST 278Women in Science3
WGST 280Women and Gender in Latin American History3
WGST 313Women and the Law in Africa and the Middle East3
WGST 337African Gender History3
WGST 353War and Gender in Movies H3
WGST 354American Women's History to 18653
WGST 356American Women's History, 1865 to the Present3
WGST 360Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Histories in the United States3
WGST 362Mary in the Christian Tradition H3
WGST 371Women Mystics3
WGST 375History of Gender in America3
WGST 389Maid in America, Made in China: Laboring Women in Global Perspective3
WGST 476Feminist Movements in the United States since 1945 H3
WGST 479History of Female Sexualities in the West3
WGST 500Gender, Empire, and Nation in Europe and Beyond, 18th to the 20th Century3
WGST 501The Gender of Welfare: Comparative Perspectives, 19th and 20th Century3
WGST 517Gender, Military, and War in Comparative Perspective3
WGST 537Women in the Middle East3
WGST 568Women in the South3
WGST 569African American Women's History3
WGST 576The Ethnohistory of Native American Women3
WGST 583Gender and Imperialism3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Humanities and Fine Arts (PH, LA, VP), Three Courses

  • Three courses (nine hours), including one in philosophical and/or moral reasoning (PH), one in the literary arts (LA), and one in the visual and performing arts (VP).

The humanities and fine arts explore enduring issues of the human condition and develop and encourage the means of communicating, representing, and expressing the varieties of human experience.

Philosophical/Moral Reasoning (PH)

AMST 55First-Year Seminar: Birth and Death in the United States H3
AMST 220On the Question of the Animal: Contemporary Animal Studies3
AMST 225Comedy and Ethics3
AMST 291Ethics and American Studies3
AMST 392Radical Communities in Twentieth Century American Religious History3
ANTH 146The Nature of Moral Consciousness: A Course in General Anthropology3
ASIA 55First-Year Seminar: Kung-Fu: The Concept of Heroism in Chinese Culture3
ASIA 65First-Year Seminar: Philosophy on Bamboo: Rethinking Early Chinese Thought3
ASIA 300The Buddhist Tradition: India, Nepal, and Tibet3
ASIA 482Sex, Gender, and Religion in South Asia3
BUSI 463Business and the Environment H3
CHIN 356Chinese Environmental Literature3
CHIN 463Narrative Ethics in Modern China3
CHIN 525Ancient Philosophers and Their Modern Reincarnation3
CLAR 51First-Year Seminar: Who Owns the Past? H3
CLAS 415Roman Law H3
COMM 170Rhetoric and Public Issues3
COMM 374The Southern Experience in Rhetoric3
COMM 375Environmental Advocacy3
COMM 412Critical Theory3
COMM 450Media and Popular Culture3
COMM 470Political Communication and the Public Sphere3
COMP 380Introduction to Digital Culture H3
COMP 388Advanced Cyberculture Studies3
ECON 234Survey of the History of Economic Thought3
ECON 384Introduction to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics3
ENEC 325Water Resource Management and Human Rights H3-4
ENEC 368Environmental Ethics3
ENEC 375Environmental Advocacy3
ENEC 463Business and the Environment H3
ENGL 448Philosophies of Life from Classical Antiquity to 18003
ENGL 611Narrative, Literature, and Medicine: Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar3
FREN 285Sex, Philosophy, and Politics: Revolutionary Literature in Translation3
FREN 515Social Networks: Technology and Community in Modern France3
GEOG 62First-Year Seminar: The Culture of Technology3
GEOG 63First-Year Seminar: The Problem with Nature and Its Preservation3
GERM 245Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud3
GERM 28020th-Century German Philosophy and Modern Youth Cultures3
GERM 281The German Idea of War: Philosophical Dialogues with the Literary and Visual Arts in WWI3
GERM 283Freedom, Terror, and Identity: Modern Philosophy from Kant to Arendt3
GERM 370Readings in German Intellectual History3
GSLL 68First-Year Seminar: Intensity, Vitality, Ecstasy: Affects in Literature, Film, and Philosophy H3
GSLL 246Reality and Its Discontents: Kant to Kafka3
GSLL 284Philosophy and the Arts3
GSLL 480Interrogating Cultures of Fascism: Introduction to Frankfurt School's Critical Theory 1923-Present3
HPM 571Health and Human Rights3
INLS 384Information and Computer Ethics3
JWST 224Modern Jewish Thought3
JWST 420Post-Holocaust Ethics and Theology3
LING 145Language and Communication H3
LING 545Language and Mind: Linguistics and the Brain3
MEJO 141Media Ethics3
NAVS 402Naval Leadership and Ethics3
PHIL 51First-Year Seminar: Who Was Socrates?3
PHIL 52First-Year Seminar: Reason and Religion at the Dawn of Modern Science3
PHIL 53First-Year Seminar: Theories in Human Nature H3
PHIL 54First-Year Seminar: Thinking about Time3
PHIL 55First-Year Seminar: Paradoxes3
PHIL 56First-Year Seminar: Abortion3
PHIL 58First-Year Seminar: From Vengeance to Mercy: Dealing with Evil3
PHIL 59First-Year Seminar: Proofs of the Existence of God3
PHIL 66First-Year Seminar: Ethics: Theoretical and Practical3
PHIL 67First-Year Seminar: Issues in a World Society: Sports and Competition3
PHIL 68First-Year Seminar: Moral Life H3
PHIL 75First-Year Seminar: Evil3
PHIL 76First-Year Seminar: Is Free Will an Illusion? H3
PHIL 77First-Year Seminar: Moral Weakness and Conscience3
PHIL 78First-Year Seminar: Death as a Problem for Philosophy: Metaphysical and Ethical3
PHIL 79First-Year Seminar: Words That Bind: The Structure of Constitutions3
PHIL 85First-Year Seminar: Reason, Religion, and Reality in the Copernican Revolution H3
PHIL 101Introduction to Philosophy: Main Problems H3
PHIL 105Critical Thinking3
PHIL 110Introduction to Philosophy: Great Works H3
PHIL 112Making Sense of Ourselves H3
PHIL 134Philosophy of Western Religion H3
PHIL 140Knowledge and Society H3
PHIL 145Language and Communication H3
PHIL 150Philosophy of Science H3
PHIL 160Introduction to Ethics H3
PHIL 163Practical Ethics H3
PHIL 164Morality and Business3
PHIL 165Bioethics H3
PHIL 170Social Ethics and Political Thought H3
PHIL 180Philosophy of Comedy3
PHIL 185Introduction to Aesthetics H3
PHIL 210Ancient Greek Philosophy H3
PHIL 213Asian Philosophy3
PHIL 215Medieval Philosophy3
PHIL 22017th and 18th Century Western Philosophy H3
PHIL 224Existential Philosophy H3
PHIL 230Experience and Reality H3
PHIL 261Ethics in Practice3
PHIL 266Ethics of Sports H3
PHIL 272The Ethics of Peace, War, and Defense3
PHIL 273Philosophical Perspectives on Justice3
PHIL 274African American Political Philosophy H3
PHIL 275Moral and Philosophical Issues of Gender in Society H3
PHIL 280Morality and Law H3
PHIL 282Human Rights: Philosophical Interrogations3
PHIL 285Moral and Philosophical Issues in Education3
PHIL 330Metaphysics3
PHIL 335Theory of Knowledge3
PHIL 340Philosophy of Mind3
PHIL 351Philosophy of Physics H3
PHIL 354Quantum Mechanics, Weirdness, and Reality3
PHIL 360History of Ethics H3
PHIL 362Contemporary Ethical Theory H3
PHIL 364Ethics and Economics3
PHIL 368Environmental Ethics3
PHIL 370Political Philosophy3
PHIL 381Philosophy and Film H3
PHIL 384Introduction to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics3
PHIL 450Philosophy of Natural Sciences3
PHIL 460History of Moral Philosophy3
PHIL 462Contemporary Moral Philosophy3
PHIL 470Political Philosophy from Hobbes to Rousseau3
PHIL 474Foundations of Modern Political Philosophy3
PHIL 476Recent Developments in Political Philosophy3
PHIL 480Philosophy of Law3
PHYS 354Quantum Mechanics, Weirdness, and Reality3
PLCY 71First-Year Seminar: Justice and Inequality3
PLCY 340Justice in Public Policy H3
PLCY 364Ethics and Economics3
PLCY 440Justice and Inequality3
PLCY 570Health and Human Rights3
POLI 52First-Year Seminar: Friendship in Political Thought3
POLI 56First-Year Seminar: American Political Autobiography3
POLI 73First-Year Seminar: Politics and Animal Life H3
POLI 75First-Year Seminar: Thinking about Law3
POLI 265Feminism and Political Theory3
POLI 270Classical Political Thought H3
POLI 271Modern Political Thought H3
POLI 272The Ethics of Peace, War, and Defense3
POLI 274African American Political Thought3
POLI 276Major Issues in Political Theory H3
POLI 280American Political Thought H3
POLI 384Introduction to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics3
POLI 432Tolerance in Liberal States3
POLI 470Social and Political Philosophy H3
POLI 471Contemporary Political Thought H3
POLI 472Problems of Modern Democratic Theory H3
POLI 473Politics and Literature3
POLI 477Advanced Feminist Political Theory3
PWAD 272The Ethics of Peace, War, and Defense3
PWAD 283Freedom, Terror, and Identity: Modern Philosophy from Kant to Arendt3
RELI 64First-Year Seminar: Reintroducing Islam3
RELI 65First-Year Seminar: Myth, Philosophy, and Science in the Ancient World3
RELI 66First-Year Seminar: Buddhism in America: From the Buddha to the Beastie Boys3
RELI 68FYS: Charisma in Religion, Science, and Poetry Studies in the Entrepreneurial Imagination H3
RELI 71First-Year Seminar: Ethics and the Spirit of the New Capitalism3
RELI 74First-Year Seminar: Person, Time, and Religious Conduct H3
RELI 75First-Year Seminar: Sacrifice and Surrender3
RELI 77First-Year Seminar: Martyrs and Warriors: Religion and the Problem of Violence3
RELI 79First-Year Seminar: Human Animals in Religion and Ethics3
RELI 85First-Year Seminar: Sex, Marriage, and Family in Religion3
RELI 102World Religions3
RELI 104Introduction to the New Testament H3
RELI 121Introduction to Religion and Culture H3
RELI 122Introduction to Philosophical Approaches to Religion H3
RELI 125Heaven and Hell3
RELI 126Philosophy of Western Religion H3
RELI 127The Claims of Science and Religion3
RELI 134Introduction to Religious Ethics H3
RELI 135Technology, the Self, and Ethical Problems3
RELI 138Religious Freedom3
RELI 166Ideals, Cultures, and Rituals of the University H3
RELI 184East Asian Religions: The Religions of East Asia and the Environment3
RELI 207Jesus in Myth, Tradition, and History 30-200 CE3
RELI 222Modern Western Religious Thought3
RELI 224Modern Jewish Thought H3
RELI 226Human Animals in Religion and Ethics3
RELI 266Medieval and Renaissance Christian Cultures3
RELI 283The Buddhist Tradition: India, Nepal, and Tibet3
RELI 322Theories of Religion H3
RELI 325Religion, Magic, and Science3
RELI 338Religion in American Law3
RELI 365Studies in Christian Theologies and Theologians3
RELI 420Post-Holocaust Ethics and Theology3
RELI 421Religion and Science3
RELI 424Gender Theory and the Study of Religion3
RELI 426The Sacrifice of Abraham H3
RELI 438Religion, Nature, and Environment H3
RELI 450Sexuality in Jewish Tradition and History3
RELI 474Buddhist Meditation, Mindfulness, and Modernity3
RELI 482Sex, Gender, and Religion in South Asia3
RELI 52219th-Century Critiques of Religion3
RELI 527Religious Metaphor and Symbol3
RELI 530Genealogies of Religion3
RELI 566Islamic and Jewish Legal Literature3
RELI 603The Bible and Its Translation3
RELI 609Christianity and Greco-Roman Culture3
RELI 617Death and Afterlife in the Ancient World3
RELI 630Religion and Medicine3
SOCI 250Sociological Theory3
SOCI 273Social and Economic Justice, Experiential Education3
SOCI 274Social and Economic Justice3
WGST 265Feminism and Political Theory3
WGST 275Moral and Philosophical Issues of Gender in Society H3
WGST 424Gender Theory and the Study of Religion3
WGST 450Sexuality in Jewish Tradition and History3
WGST 477Advanced Feminist Political Theory3
WGST 482Sex, Gender, and Religion in South Asia3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Literary Arts (LA)

AAAD 201The Literature of Africa3
AMST 201Literary Approaches to American Studies3
AMST 211Approaches to Southern Studies: The Literary and Cultural Worlds of the American South3
AMST 246Indigenous Storytelling: Oral, Written, and Visual Literatures of Native America3
AMST 252Muslim American Literatures and Cultures3
AMST 256Anti-'50s: Voices of a Counter Decade3
AMST 257Melville: Culture and Criticism3
AMST 258Captivity and American Cultural Definition3
AMST 266The Folk Revival: The Singing Left in Mid-20th-Century America3
AMST 290Topics in American Studies3
AMST 335Defining America II H3
AMST 338Native American Novel3
AMST 360The Jewish Writer in American Life3
AMST 365Women and Detective Fiction: From Miss Violet Strange to Veronica Mars3
AMST 440American Indian Poetry3
AMST 685Literature of the Americas3
ARAB 150Introduction to Arab Cultures3
ARAB 151Arabic Literature through the Ages3
ARAB 407Readings in Arabic I3
ARAB 408Readings in Arabic II3
ARAB 409War and Peace in Arabic Literature3
ARAB 434Modern Arabic Literature in Translation3
ARAB 443Dissident Voices in Arab Cultures3
ARAB 452Imagining Palestine3
ARAB 468Modernity and Its Discontents in Arabic Literature and Culture3
ASIA 52First-Year Seminar: Food in Chinese Culture3
ASIA 56First-Year Seminar: Writing Women in Modern China H3
ASIA 69First-Year Seminar: Wars and Veterans: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan3
ASIA 70First-Year Seminar: Narrating the Self: Autobiographies of Arab Intellectuals3
ASIA 124Iranian Post-1979 Cinema3
ASIA 126Introduction to Persian Literature3
ASIA 127Iranian Women Writers3
ASIA 151Literature and Society in Southeast Asia3
ASIA 152Survey of South Asian Cultural History3
ASIA 163Hindi-Urdu Poetry in Performance3
ASIA 228Contested Souls: Literature, the Arts, and Religious Identity in Modern India3
ASIA 241Asian Literature/Study Abroad Program3-6
ASIA 256Love in Classical Persian Poetry3
ASIA 258Iranian Prison Literature3
ASIA 261India through Western Eyes3
ASIA 262Nation, Film, and Novel in Modern India3
ASIA 280Hindu Gods and Goddesses H3
ASIA 329Middle East Women Writers3
ASIA 332The Story of Rama in India3
ASIA 333The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined3
ASIA 359Literary Diasporas of the Middle East3
ASIA 360Contemporary Asian American Literature and Theory3
ASIA 380Almost Despicable Heroines in Japanese and Western Literature3
ASIA 382The Story of Rama in Indian Culture--Experiential3
ASIA 383The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined--Experiential3
ASIA 431Persian Sufi Literature3
ASIA 442Postcolonial Literature of the Middle East3
ASIA 471Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature3
ASIA 481Rhetoric of Silence: Cross-Cultural Theme and Technique3
ASIA 483Cross-Currents in East-West Literature3
ASIA 486Literary Landscapes in Europe and Japan H3
ASIA 489Animals in Japanese Religion3
ASIA 522The Beauty and the Power of the Classical Indian World3
ASIA 584The Qur'an as Literature3
BCS 411Introduction to South Slavic Literatures and Cultures3
CHIN 231Chinese Literature in Translation through the T'ang3
CHIN 232Chinese Literature in Translation since the Sung3
CHIN 252Introduction to Chinese Culture through Narrative3
CHIN 255Bandit or Hero: Outlawry in Chinese Literature and Films3
CHIN 464The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film3
CHIN 551Chinese Poetry in Translation3
CHIN 552Chinese Prose in Translation3
CHIN 563Post-Mao Chinese Literature in Translation3
CHIN 631Writing Chinese (in) America: Advanced Studies of a Foreign Literature from United States Homeland3
CLAS 55First-Year Seminar: Three Greek and Roman Epics H3
CLAS 56First-Year Seminar: Women and Men in Euripides3
CLAS 57First-Year Seminar: Dead and Deadly Women: Greek Tragic Heroines from Aeschylus to Eliot H3
CLAS 58First-Year Seminar: What's So Funny? Women and Comedy from Athens to Hollywood3
CLAS 60First-Year Seminar: Love, War, Death, and Family Life in Classical Myth H3
CLAS 61First-Year Seminar: Writing the Past3
CLAS 63First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Persuasion in the Ancient and Modern Worlds3
CLAS 65First-Year Seminar: The City of Rome3
CLAS 121The Greeks H3
CLAS 131Classical Mythology H3
CLAS 133HEpic and Tragedy3
CLAS 240Women in Greek Art and Literature H3
CLAS 241Women in Ancient Rome H3
CLAS 253The Age of Pericles H3
CLAS 257The Age of Augustus H3
CLAS 258The Age of the Early Roman Empire3
CLAS 259Pagans and Christians in the Age of Constantine3
CLAS 362Greek Tragedy H3
CLAS 363Latin and Greek Lyric Poetry in Translation3
CLAS 364The Classical Background of English Poetry H3
CLAS 371Cicero, Caesar, and the End of the Roman Republic3
CLAS 409Historical Literature Greek and Roman3
CMPL 120Great Books I: Epic and Lyric Traditions3
CMPL 121Great Books I: Romancing the World H3
CMPL 122Great Books I: Visual Arts and Literature from Antiquity to 1750 H3
CMPL 123Great Books I: Politics and Literature from Antiquity to 17503
CMPL 124Great Books I: Science and Literature from Antiquity to 17503
CMPL 130Great Books II H3
CMPL 131Great Books II: Savage, Native, Stranger, Other3
CMPL 132Great Books II: Performance and Cultural Identity in the African Diaspora3
CMPL 134Great Books II: Travel and Identity H3
CMPL 198HLiterature in Eastern Europe3
CMPL 220Global Authors: Jane Austen H3
CMPL 223Global Authors: Cervantes3
CMPL 225Global Authors: The Worlds of Shakespeare3
CMPL 230Global Crusoe: The Desert-Island Idea in Film and Fiction3
CMPL 250Approaches to Comparative Literature H3
CMPL 251Introduction to Literary Theory3
CMPL 256Love in Classical Persian Poetry3
CMPL 258Iranian Prison Literature3
CMPL 261India through Western Eyes3
CMPL 275Literature of Pilgrimage3
CMPL 277Myth, Fable, Novella: The Long History of the Short Story3
CMPL 279Once Upon A Fairy Tale: Fairy Tales and Childhood, Then and Now3
CMPL 282Russian Literature in World Cinema3
CMPL 321Medieval and Modern Arthurian Romance3
CMPL 359Literary Diasporas of the Middle East3
CMPL 364The Classical Background of English Poetry H3
CMPL 374Modern Women Writers3
CMPL 377The World of the Beat Generation: Transcultural Connections3
CMPL 380Almost Despicable Heroines in Japanese and Western Literature3
CMPL 383Literature and Medicine H3
CMPL 385Modernist and Postmodernist Narrative3
CMPL 386Adolescence in 20th- and 21st-Century Literature3
CMPL 442Postcolonial Literature of the Middle East3
CMPL 450Major Works of 20th-Century Literary Theory3
CMPL 452The Middle Ages3
CMPL 453The Erotic Middle Ages3
CMPL 456The 18th-Century Novel3
CMPL 458Sense, Sensibility, Sensuality, 1740-18103
CMPL 460Transnational Romanticism: Romantic Movements in Europe and the Americas3
CMPL 462Realism3
CMPL 464Naturalism3
CMPL 466Modernism3
CMPL 468Aestheticism3
CMPL 469Milan Kundera and World Literature3
CMPL 470Concepts and Perspectives of the Tragic3
CMPL 471Classical Rhetoric and Modern Theory3
CMPL 472The Drama from Ibsen to Beckett3
CMPL 473Drama, Pageantry, and Spectacle in Medieval Europe3
CMPL 477Vladimir Nabokov: Life and Art3
CMPL 478The Medieval Frame Tale: Chaucer, Boccaccio, and the Arabian Nights3
CMPL 481Rhetoric of Silence: Cross-Cultural Theme and Technique3
CMPL 483Cross-Currents in East-West Literature3
CMPL 485Approaches to 20th-Century Narrative3
CMPL 486Literary Landscapes in Europe and Japan H3
CMPL 487Literature and the Arts of Love3
CMPL 489Empire and Diplomacy3
CMPL 492The Fourth Dimension: Art and the Fictions of Hyperspace3
CMPL 500Advanced Seminar3
CMPL 558The Lives and Times of Medieval Corpses3
CMPL 563Studies in the Anglo-French Renaissance3
CMPL 621Arthurian Romance3
CMPL 624The Baroque3
CMPL 685Literature of the Americas3
COMM 70First-Year Seminar: Southern Writing in Performance3
COMM 160Introduction to Performance Studies H3
COMM 263Performing Literature3
COMM 466Advanced Study in Performing Literature3
CZCH 280Closely Watched Trains: Czech Film and Literature3
CZCH 411Introduction to Czech Literature3
CZCH 469Milan Kundera and World Literature3
DRAM 82First-Year Seminar: All the World's a Stage: Drama as a Mirror of Society3
DRAM 115Perspectives in Drama H3
DRAM 117Perspectives in World Drama H3
DRAM 215Studies in Western Drama3
DRAM 282Theatre History and Literature II3
DRAM 285Modern British Drama H3
DRAM 286Modern Irish Drama3
DRAM 289Contemporary Irish Drama H3
DRAM 297African American Women in Theatre3
DRAM 298African Women in Theatre3
DTCH 405Topics in Dutch Culture: A Literary Survey3
EDUC 567Children's Literature in Elementary and Middle Schools3
ENGL 52First-Year Seminar: Computers and English Studies3
ENGL 53First-Year Seminar: Slavery and Freedom in African American Literature and Film3
ENGL 54First-Year Seminar: The War to End All Wars? The First World War and the Modern World H3
ENGL 55First-Year Seminar: Reading and Writing Women's Lives H3
ENGL 56First-Year Seminar: Projections of Empire: Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction and Film3
ENGL 57First-Year Seminar: Future Perfect: Science Fictions and Social Form3
ENGL 59First-Year Seminar: Black Masculinity and Femininity3
ENGL 63First-Year Seminar: Banned Books H3
ENGL 64First-Year Seminar: Ethics and Children's Literature3
ENGL 65First-Year Seminar: The Sonnet3
ENGL 67First-Year Seminar: Travel Literature3
ENGL 68First-Year Seminar: Radical American Writers, 1930-19603
ENGL 69First-Year Seminar: Entrepreneurial on the Web3
ENGL 70First-Year Seminar: Courtly Love, Then and Now3
ENGL 71First-Year Seminar: Doctors and Patients H3
ENGL 72First-Year Seminar: Literature of 9/113
ENGL 73First-Year Seminar: Literature of War from World War I to the 21st Century3
ENGL 74First-Year Seminar: Epic/Anti-Epic in Western Literature3
ENGL 76HFirst-Year Seminar: Biography: People and Places, Chapel Hill3
ENGL 80First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Persuasion: Southern Women's Rhetoric3
ENGL 81First-Year Seminar: Jane Eyre and Its Afterlives3
ENGL 85First-Year Seminar: Economic Saints and Villains H3
ENGL 86First-Year Seminar: The Cities of Modernism3
ENGL 88First Year Seminar: The Legacy of the Japanese American Internment: from WWII to 9/113
ENGL 120British Literature, Medieval to 18th Century H3
ENGL 121British Literature, 19th and Early 20th Century3
ENGL 122Introduction to American Literature3
ENGL 123Introduction to Fiction3
ENGL 124Contemporary Literature3
ENGL 125Introduction to Poetry3
ENGL 126Introduction to Drama3
ENGL 127Writing about Literature3
ENGL 128Major American Authors3
ENGL 129Literature and Cultural Diversity3
ENGL 130Introduction to Fiction Writing3
ENGL 131Introduction to Poetry Writing3
ENGL 132HFirst-Year Honors: Introduction to Fiction Writing3
ENGL 133HFirst-Year Honors: Introduction to Poetry Writing3
ENGL 134HFirst-Year Honors: Women's Lives3
ENGL 135HFirst-Year Honors: Types of Literature3
ENGL 137Literature in a Digital Age: Books, E-books, and the Literary Marketplace3
ENGL 138Introduction to Creative Nonfiction3
ENGL 140Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Culture and Literature3
ENGL 141World Literatures in English3
ENGL 144Popular Genres3
ENGL 145Literary Genres H3
ENGL 146Science Fiction/Fantasy/Utopia3
ENGL 147Mystery Fiction3
ENGL 148Horror3
ENGL 149Networked and Multimodal Composition3
ENGL 150Introductory Seminar in Literary Studies3
ENGL 155The Visual and Graphic Narrative3
ENGL 191Introduction to Literary Studies3
ENGL 206Intermediate Fiction Writing3
ENGL 207Intermediate Poetry Writing3
ENGL 208Reading and Writing Creative Nonfiction3
ENGL 209Reading and Writing Children's Fiction3
ENGL 210Writing Young Adult Literature3
ENGL 225Shakespeare H3
ENGL 226Renaissance Drama H3
ENGL 227Literature of the Earlier Renaissance H3
ENGL 228Literature of the Later Renaissance H3
ENGL 230Milton H3
ENGL 240Caribbean Literature3
ENGL 246Introduction to American Indian Literatures3
ENGL 260Creative Reading3
ENGL 261An Introduction to Literary Criticism H3
ENGL 263Literature and Gender H3
ENGL 265Literature and Race, Literature and Ethnicity H3
ENGL 266Science and Literature H3
ENGL 267Growing Up Latina/o3
ENGL 268Medicine, Literature, and Culture H3
ENGL 270Studies in Asian American Literature3
ENGL 271Mixed-Race America: Race in Contemporary American Literature and Culture3
ENGL 274Approaches to Drama: Regional Productions3
ENGL 278Irish Writing, 1800-20003
ENGL 281Literature and Media3
ENGL 282Travel Literature H3
ENGL 283Life Writing H3
ENGL 284Reading Children's Literature3
ENGL 285Classical Backgrounds in English Literature3
ENGL 288Literary Modernism3
ENGL 289Jewish American Literature and Culture of the 20th Century3
ENGL 291The Illustrated Book: History of Illustration in Children's Texts3
ENGL 292Depictions of Childhood in Literature and the Visual Arts3
ENGL 295Undergraduate Research Seminar H3
ENGL 301Advanced Expository Writing for the Humanities3
ENGL 306Playwriting3
ENGL 307Studies in Fiction and Poetry: Stylistics3
ENGL 310Fairy Tales3
ENGL 311The Art of the Book: Artists' Books, Zines, and the Bibliographic Imaginary in the Digital Age H3
ENGL 317Networked Composition3
ENGL 318Multimedia Composition H3
ENGL 319Introduction to Medieval English Literature, excluding Chaucer H3
ENGL 320Chaucer H3
ENGL 321Medieval and Modern Arthurian Romance H3
ENGL 322Medieval England and Its Literary Neighbors H3
ENGL 325Shakespeare and His Contemporaries H3
ENGL 326Renaissance Genres3
ENGL 327Renaissance Literature and Its Intellectual Contexts3
ENGL 330Perspectives on the Renaissance3
ENGL 33118th-Century Literature H3
ENGL 33218th-Century Drama H3
ENGL 33318th-Century Fiction H3
ENGL 337The Romantic Revolution in the Arts H3
ENGL 33819th-Century British Novel H3
ENGL 339English Romantic-Period Drama3
ENGL 340Studies in Jane Austen3
ENGL 343American Literature before 1860 H3
ENGL 344American Literature, 1860-1900 H3
ENGL 345American Literature, 1900-2000 H3
ENGL 347The American Novel H3
ENGL 348American Poetry H3
ENGL 35020th-Century British and American Poetry H3
ENGL 355The British Novel from 1870 to World War II H3
ENGL 356British and American Fiction since World War II H3
ENGL 35720th-Century British Literature and Culture3
ENGL 359Latina Feminisms3
ENGL 360Contemporary Asian American Literature and Theory3
ENGL 361Asian American Women's Writing3
ENGL 363Feminist Literary Theory H3
ENGL 365Migration and Globalization H3
ENGL 366Literature and the Other Arts H3
ENGL 367African American Literature to 1930 H3
ENGL 368African American Literature, 1930-1970 H3
ENGL 369African American Literature, 1970 to the Present H3
ENGL 370Race, Health, and Narrative H3
ENGL 371The Place of Asian Americans in Southern Literature H3
ENGL 373Southern American Literature H3
ENGL 374Southern Women Writers3
ENGL 375Contemporary North Carolina Literature3
ENGL 377Introduction to the Celtic Cultures3
ENGL 383Literary Nonfiction H3
ENGL 385Literature and Law3
ENGL 386Gender, Sexuality, and the South Asian Diaspora3
ENGL 387Canadian Literature3
ENGL 388Modernism: Movements and Moments3
ENGL 390Studies in Literary Topics3
ENGL 406Advanced Fiction Writing3
ENGL 407Advanced Poetry Writing3
ENGL 430Renaissance Literature--Contemporary Issues3
ENGL 436Contemporary Approaches to 18th-Century Literature and Culture H3
ENGL 437Chief British Romantic Writers H3
ENGL 439English Literature, 1832-1890 H3
ENGL 440English Literature, 1850-1910 H3
ENGL 441Romantic Literature--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 442Victorian Literature--Contemporary Issues3
ENGL 443American Literature before 1860--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 444American Literature, 1860-1900--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 445American Literature, 1900-2000--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 446American Women Authors H3
ENGL 447Memory and Literature3
ENGL 462Contemporary Poetry and Theory H3
ENGL 463Postcolonial Literature H3
ENGL 465Difference, Aesthetics, and Affect H3
ENGL 466Literary Theory--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 467Educating Latinas/os: Preparing SLI Mentors3
ENGL 472African American Literature--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 475Southern Literature--Contemporary Issues3
ENGL 481Media Theory H3
ENGL 486Literature and Environment H3
ENGL 489Cultural Studies--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 490Creative Writing: Special Topics3
ENGL 530Digital Humanities History and Methods3
ENGL 564Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature3
ENGL 619Survey of Old and Middle English Literature3
ENGL 620Introduction to Old English Language and Literature3
ENGL 621Arthurian Romance3
ENGL 630Shakespeare and His Contemporaries3
ENGL 63118th-Century Literature3
ENGL 637Chief British Romantic Writers3
ENGL 63819th-Century Women Writers3
ENGL 659War in 20th-Century Literature H3
ENGL 662History of Literary Criticism3
ENGL 670Being and Race in African American Literature3
ENGL 674Digital Literature3
ENGL 675Digital Teaching3
ENGL 676Digital Editing and Curation3
ENGL 685Literature of the Americas3
ENGL 695Research Seminar3
FOLK 310Fairy Tales3
FOLK 502Myths and Epics of the Ancient Near East3
FREN 250Language through Culture and Literature3
FREN 260Literature and the French-Speaking World H3
FREN 280French "Discoveries" of the Americas in Translation3
FREN 286Food for Thought: The Culture of Cuisine in Modern France3
FREN 330French Civilization I3
FREN 331French Civilization II3
FREN 370Survey of French Literature I3
FREN 371Survey of French Literature II3
FREN 372Survey of French Literature III3
FREN 374Survey of French Literature IV3
FREN 376Identity and Nationhood in Québécois Literature3
FREN 383Franco-Asian Encounters3
FREN 387Paris/Versailles: The Court and the City in the 17th Century3
FREN 554Writing the Mediterranean3
FREN 563Studies in the Anglo-French Renaissance3
GERM 211Concepts in Medieval Culture3
GERM 220Women in the Middle Ages3
GERM 249German Literature in Translation3
GERM 279Once Upon A Fairy Tale: Fairy Tales and Childhood, Then and Now3
GERM 290Topics in German Studies3
GERM 303Introduction to German Literature3
GERM 310Höfische Kultur/Courtly Culture3
GERM 325Fools and Laughter in Early Modern German Literature3
GERM 330The Age of Goethe3
GERM 349Vienna-Munich-Berlin: Revolutions in German Art c. 19003
GERM 350Modern German Literature3
GERM 371The German Novella3
GERM 372German Drama3
GERM 379German-Language Swiss Literature and Culture3
GERM 380Austrian Literature3
GERM 381Berlin: Mapping a (Post) Modern Metropolis3
GERM 382Representations of Violence and Terrorism in Contemporary German Literature and Film3
GERM 386Germany Goes East: Contemporary German Literature by Eastern European Immigrants3
GERM 390Topics in German Studies3
GREK 221Advanced Greek I3
GREK 222Advanced Greek II3
GREK 351Classical Greek Prose3
GREK 352Greek Poetry3
GSLL 50First-Year Seminar: Literary Fantasy and Historical Reality3
GSLL 54First-Year Seminar: Once upon a Fairy Tale: Fairy Tales and Childhood, Then and Now3
GSLL 65First-Year Seminar: German Heroes? Knights, Tricksters, and Magicians3
GSLL 70First-Year Seminar: Teenage Kicks: Race, Class, and Gender in Postwar Youth Cultures3
GSLL 75First-Year Seminar: The Book of Books: Literature and the Bible3
GSLL 81First-Year Seminar: Metaphor and the Body3
GSLL 82First-Year Seminar: Doctor Stories3
GSLL 84First-Year Seminar: Terror for the People: Terrorism in Russian Literature and History3
GSLL 85First-Year Seminar: Children and War3
GSLL 87First-Year Seminar: Literature Confronting Totalitarianism3
GSLL 88HFirst-Year Seminar: Gender and Fiction in Central and Eastern Europe3
GSLL 225Popular and Pious: Early Modern Jewish Literature3
GSLL 252South Africa in Literary Perspective3
GSLL 260From Berlin to Budapest: Literature, Film, and Culture of Central Europe3
GSLL 277The Moon in Song, Story, and Science: Mentored Research Projects in Cultural History3
GSLL 475Magical Realism: Central European Literature in a Global Context3
HNUR 305Advanced Hindi-Urdu I3
HNUR 306Advanced Hindi-Urdu II3
HNUR 410Seminar on the Urdu-Hindi Ghazal3
HNUR 592Religious Conflict and Literature in India3
HUNG 411Introduction to Hungarian Literature3
ITAL 240Dante in English Translation3
ITAL 241Italian Renaissance Literature in Translation3
ITAL 242Modern Italian Literature in Translation3
ITAL 250Italian Fascism: Between History, Fiction, and Film3
ITAL 340Italian America in Literature and Film3
ITAL 345Italian Women Writers3
ITAL 346Women Writers in Early Modern Italy3
ITAL 370Survey of Italian Literature I3
ITAL 371Survey of Italian Literature II3
ITAL 382The Modern Italian Novel3
JAPN 160Introduction to Japanese Literature in Translation3
JAPN 375The Culture of Modern, Imperial Japan, 1900-19453
JAPN 384Women Writers in Japanese Society3
JAPN 409Japanese Modernism3
JAPN 417Japanese Culture through Film and Literature3
JWST 212Classical Hebrew II: A Linguistic Introduction to the Hebrew Bible3
JWST 225Popular and Pious: Early Modern Jewish Literature3
JWST 289Jewish American Literature and Culture of the 20th Century3
JWST 360The Jewish Writer in American Life3
JWST 412From Communism to Capitalism: 20th- and 21st-Century Polish Literature and Culture3
JWST 464Imagined Jews: Jewish Themes in Polish and Russian Literature3
JWST 465Literature of Atrocity: The Gulag and the Holocaust in Russia and Eastern Europe3
JWST 469Coming to America: The Slavic Immigrant Experience in Literature3
JWST 602What Is Scripture? Formations of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Canon3
LATN 221Vergil3
LATN 222Cicero: The Man and His Times3
LATN 223Ovid3
LATN 332Roman Comedy3
LATN 333Lyric Poetry3
LATN 334Augustan Poetry3
LATN 335Roman Elegy3
LATN 351Lucretius3
LATN 352Petronius and the Age of Nero3
LATN 353Satire (Horace and Juvenal)3
LATN 354Tacitus and Pliny's Letters3
MUSC 52First-Year Seminar: Building a Nation: The Stage Musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein, 1942-19493
MUSC 55HFirst-Year Seminar: A Love Affair in Renaissance Drama and Music3
MUSC 57First-Year Seminar: Music and Drama: Verdi's Operas and Italian Romanticism3
MUSC 60HFirst-Year Seminar: American Literature and Its Music3
PLSH 41119th-Century Polish Literature and Culture3
PLSH 412From Communism to Capitalism: 20th- and 21st-Century Polish Literature and Culture3
PORT 370Modern Brazilian Literature in English Translation3
PORT 375Portuguese and Brazilian Fiction in Translation3
PORT 382Women Writers: Brazil and Beyond3
PORT 385Lusophone Africa in Literature: Discovery to the Present3
PORT 387Brazilian Religious Movements through Film and Literature3
PWAD 69First-Year Seminar: Wars and Veterans: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan3
PWAD 452Imagining Palestine3
PWAD 465Literature of Atrocity: The Gulag and the Holocaust in Russia and Eastern Europe3
PWAD 475Literature of Russian Terrorism: Arson, Bombs, Mayhem3
PWAD 489Empire and Diplomacy3
PWAD 659War in 20th-Century Literature H3
RELI 73First-Year Seminar: From Dragons to Pokemon: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion H3
RELI 78First-Year Seminar: Reading the Bible: Now and Then3
RELI 88First-Year Seminar: Religion and Society in Historical Novels3
RELI 201Ancient Biblical Interpretation H3
RELI 212Classical Hebrew II: A Linguistic Introduction to the Hebrew Bible3
RELI 240Religion, Literature, and the Arts in America H3
RELI 280Hindu Gods and Goddesses H3
RELI 382The Story of Rama in Indian Culture--Experiential3
RELI 383The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined--Experiential3
RELI 385Modern Muslims and the Qur'an3
RELI 480Modern Muslim Literatures3
RELI 489Animals in Japanese Religion3
RELI 502Myths and Epics of the Ancient Near East H3
RELI 584The Qur'an as Literature3
RELI 592Religious Conflict and Literature in India3
RELI 602What Is Scripture? Formations of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Canon3
ROML 54First-Year Seminar: Issues in Francophone Literature3
ROML 55First-Year Seminar: Writing with an Accent: Latino Literature and Culture H3
ROML 56First-Year Seminar: Italians in Search of Harmony3
ROML 58First-Year Seminar: Mexican Women across Borders and Genres3
RUSS 250Introduction to Russian Literature3
RUSS 270Russian Literature from Pushkin to Chekhov3
RUSS 274Russian Literature from the Revolution to Today3
RUSS 275Russian Fairy Tale3
RUSS 276Mystery and Suspense in Russian Literature3
RUSS 277Love, Sex, and Marriage in Soviet Culture3
RUSS 278Russian and Soviet Science Fiction3
RUSS 282Russian Literature in World Cinema3
RUSS 44519th Century Russian Literature and Culture3
RUSS 450The Russian Absurd: Text, Stage, Screen3
RUSS 45520th-Century Russian Literature and Culture3
RUSS 460Russian Short Story3
RUSS 463Russian Drama: From Classicism to Modernism3
RUSS 464Dostoevsky3
RUSS 465Chekhov3
RUSS 469Bulgakov3
RUSS 471Gogol3
RUSS 475Literature of Russian Terrorism: Arson, Bombs, Mayhem3
RUSS 477Vladimir Nabokov: Life and Art3
RUSS 479Tolstoy3
RUSS 486Contemporary Russian Women's Writing3
RUSS 513Russian Culture in Transition I3
RUSS 514Russian Culture in Transition II3
SLAV 86First-Year Seminar: Literature and Madness3
SLAV 248Childhood and Adolescence in Slavic Literature H3
SLAV 250Introduction to Non-Russian Slavic/East European Culture3
SLAV 464Imagined Jews: Jewish Themes in Polish and Russian Literature3
SLAV 465Literature of Atrocity: The Gulag and the Holocaust in Russia and Eastern Europe3
SLAV 469Coming to America: The Slavic Immigrant Experience in Literature3
SLAV 47020th-Century Russian and Polish Theater3
SPAN 252Argentine Jewish Culture3
SPAN 260Introduction to Spanish and Spanish American Literature H3
SPAN 262Introduction to Spanish and Spanish American Literature for Heritage Learners3
SPAN 270Contemporary Spanish American Prose Fiction in Translation3
SPAN 280Cervantes in English Translation3
SPAN 371Studies in Spanish Literature3
SPAN 373Studies in Latin American Literature3
SPAN 374Mesoamerica through Its Native Literatures3
SPAN 379Aesthetics of Violence in Latina/o American Fiction3
SPAN 386Literature and Politics in Central America3
SPAN 387Eroticism in Contemporary Latin American Literature3
SPAN 388Narratives of the Mexican Revolution3
SPAN 625Indigenous Literatures and Cultures of the Américas3
WGST 56First-Year Seminar: Writing Women in Modern China3
WGST 64Plantation Lullabies: Literature by and about African American Women3
WGST 66First-Year Seminar: Growing Up Girl, Globally3
WGST 127Iranian Women Writers3
WGST 140Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Culture and Literature3
WGST 211Introduction to Latina Feminisms: Literature, Theory, and Activism3
WGST 220Women in the Middle Ages3
WGST 233Introduction to Latina Literature3
WGST 240Women in Greek Art and Literature H3
WGST 241Women in Ancient Rome H3
WGST 263Literature and Gender H3
WGST 329Middle East Women Writers3
WGST 350Spitting in the Wind: "American" Women, Art, and Activism3
WGST 352Rahtid Rebel Women: An Introduction to Caribbean Women3
WGST 361Asian American Women's Writing3
WGST 363Feminist Literary Theory H3
WGST 373Modern Women Writers3
WGST 374Southern Women Writers3
WGST 380Almost Despicable Heroines in Japanese and Western Literature3
WGST 384Women Writers in Japanese Society3
WGST 446American Women Authors H3
WGST 465Gender, (Im)migration, and Labor in Latina Literature3
WGST 471Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature3
WGST 486Contemporary Russian Women's Writing3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Visual and Performing Arts (VP)

AAAD 51First-Year Seminar: Masquerades of Blackness3
AAAD 211African Art and Culture3
AAAD 237African American Art Survey3
AAAD 250The African American in Motion Pictures: 1900 to the Present3
AAAD 259Black Influences on Popular Culture3
AAAD 318Politics of Cultural Production in Africa3
AAAD 319Africa and Masks3
AAAD 320Music of Africa3
AAAD 33020th-Century African American Art3
AAAD 340Diaspora Art and Cultural Politics3
AAAD 356The History of Hip-Hop Culture3
AAAD 449Black Women in Cinema: From the Early 1900s to the Present3
AAAD 486Africa in the American Imagination3
AMST 59First-Year Seminar: American Indian Art in the 20th Century3
AMST 268American Cinema and American Culture3
AMST 284Visual Culture3
AMST 325Encountering Art in the Unexpected: Borderlands and Story in Contemporary American Visual Art3
AMST 336Native Americans in Film3
AMST 340American Indian Art and Material Culture through Interdisciplinary Perspectives3
AMST 371LGTBQ Film and Fiction from 1950 to the Present3
AMST 439Meaning and Makers: Indigenous Artists and the Marketplace3
AMST 483Seeing the USA: Visual Arts and American Culture3
AMST 485Folk, Self-Taught, Vernacular, and Outsider Arts3
AMST 487Early American Architecture and Material Life3
AMST 488No Place like Home: Material Culture of the American South3
AMST 489Writing Material Culture3
AMST 498Advanced Seminar in American Studies3
ANTH 77First-Year Seminar: Windows of Mystery and Wonder: Exploring Self-Taught Art3
ANTH 123Habitat and Humanity3
ANTH 334Art, Nature, and Religion: Cross-Cultural Perspectives3
ANTH 343Africa and Masks3
ANTH 356Artisans and Global Culture: Economic, Historical, Experiential, and Cross-Cultural Dimensions H3
ANTH 477Visual Anthropology3
ANTH 586The Gardens, Shrines, and Temples of Japan3
ARAB 337Borders and Walls in the Arab World3
ARAB 338Borders and Walls in the Arab World - Experiential3
ARAB 410Music, History, and Power3
ARAB 453Film, Nation, and Identity in the Arab World3
ARTH 51First-Year Seminar: Cathedrals, Abbeys, Castles: Gothic Art and Architecture (c. 1130-1450)3
ARTH 53First-Year Seminar: Art and the Body3
ARTH 54First-Year Seminar: Art, War, and Revolution H3
ARTH 55First-Year Seminar: Art, Gender, and Power in Early Modern Europe H3
ARTH 56First-Year Seminar: Lives of East Asian Artworks at the Ackland Art Museum H3
ARTH 61First-Year Seminar: African American Art of the Carolinas3
ARTH 64First-Year Seminar: Picturing Nature3
ARTH 66First-Year Seminar: Art, Money, and the Market3
ARTH 77First-Year Seminar: Seeing the Past3
ARTH 79First-Year Seminar: Meaning and the Visual Arts H3
ARTH 84First-Year Seminar: Society of the Spectacle: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism3
ARTH 85First-Year Seminar: Art and Technology3
ARTH 111Art and Death3
ARTH 112The Art of Animals: Africa and Beyond3
ARTH 113Art and Sports in the Americas3
ARTH 150World Art H3
ARTH 151History of Western Art I H3
ARTH 152History of Western Art II H3
ARTH 153Introduction to South Asian Art3
ARTH 154Introduction to Art and Architecture of Islamic Lands (Eighth-16th Centuries CE) H3
ARTH 155African Art Survey3
ARTH 157Introduction to Latin American Visual Culture3
ARTH 158Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture3
ARTH 159The Film Experience: Introduction to the Visual Study of Film3
ARTH 160Introduction to the Art and Architecture of Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica3
ARTH 161Introduction to American Art3
ARTH 251Art in the Age of the Caliphs3
ARTH 254Women in the Visual Arts I3
ARTH 255African Art and Culture3
ARTH 258Chinese Art and Culture: from Han to Tang3
ARTH 259Native American Art and Culture3
ARTH 262Art of Classical Greece3
ARTH 263Roman Art3
ARTH 264Medieval Art in Western Europe3
ARTH 266Arts of Early & Medieval Asia3
ARTH 268Hellenistic Art and Archaeology (350-31 BCE)3
ARTH 269Cathedrals, Abbeys, Castles: Gothic Art and Architecture (c. 1130-1450)3
ARTH 270Early Renaissance Art in Italy3
ARTH 271High Renaissance Art in Italy3
ARTH 273Arts Under the Mughal Dynasty in India3
ARTH 274European Baroque Art3
ARTH 27518th-Century Art3
ARTH 277Art and Architecture of Viceregal Latin America3
ARTH 279The Arts in England, 1450-16503
ARTH 280Picture That: History of Photography from Tintypes to Instagram3
ARTH 281Art of Exchange and Exploration: Early America and the Globe3
ARTH 282Modernism I: Realism, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism3
ARTH 283Picturing Paris: 1800-20003
ARTH 284Modernism II: 1905-19603
ARTH 285Art Since 19603
ARTH 287African American Art Survey3
ARTH 28819th-Century American Art3
ARTH 289Art in the United States, 1890-1945: American Modernisms3
ARTH 291Art, Culture, and Power in Africa3
ARTH 293Art History Practicum3
ARTH 294Arts of Southern Africa3
ARTH 297Clothing and Textiles in Africa3
ARTH 298Chinese Ceramics: A Material and Visual History3
ARTH 299Arts of West Africa3
ARTH 302Fashioning Identities3
ARTH 303Art and Colonialism: France in Africa/Africa in France3
ARTH 304Islam and African Art3
ARTH 351Crusader Art3
ARTH 352Religious Architecture and Visual Culture in Latin America3
ARTH 353Africa and Masks3
ARTH 360The Art of Dying Well: Death and Commemoration in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times3
ARTH 361Saints in Medieval Art3
ARTH 362Early Christian Art and Modern Responses3
ARTH 363Envisioning Buddhism in Medieval China3
ARTH 365Late Medieval Art3
ARTH 368The Renaissance Portrait3
ARTH 369European Art and Sexuality3
ARTH 370Visual Art in the Age of Revolution3
ARTH 383Modern Architecture3
ARTH 385Pop Art and Its Legacy3
ARTH 38720th-Century African American Art3
ARTH 391Undergraduate Research Seminar3
ARTH 445The Mexican Mural Renaissance, 1921-19453
ARTH 450The City as Monument H3
ARTH 452Brazilian Modernism3
ARTH 453Africa in the American Imagination H3
ARTH 454Cathedrals, Abbeys, Castles: Gothic Art and Architecture, ca.1130-15003
ARTH 455City, Architecture, Art: Nuremberg as a European Artistic Center,1300-16003
ARTH 465Architecture of Etruria and Rome3
ARTH 468Visual Arts and Culture in Modern and Contemporary China3
ARTH 470The Moving Image in the Middle Ages3
ARTH 473Early Modern and Modern Decorative Arts3
ARTH 474Roman Sculpture3
ARTH 475Icons and Idols: Debates in Medieval Art3
ARTH 476Roman Painting3
ARTH 481American Art and the Civil War3
ARTH 483Art, Politics, and Society in France, 1850-19143
ARTH 485Art of the Harlem Renaissance3
ARTH 551Introduction to Museum Studies3
ARTH 556Visual Cultures of the American City, 1750-19503
ARTH 557Art and Money3
ARTH 588Current Issues in Art3
ARTH 595Experience in Research1-3
ARTS 50First-Year Seminar: The Artistic Temperament H3
ARTS 57First-Year Seminar: Narrative Sight/Site3
ARTS 58First-Year Seminar: Book Art3
ARTS 59First-Year Seminar: Time, A Doorway to Visual Expression3
ARTS 75First-Year Seminar: Stories in Sight: The Narrative Image3
ARTS 78First-Year Seminar: The Visual Culture of Photography3
ARTS 82First-Year Seminar: Please Save This: Exploring Personal Histories through Visual Language3
ARTS 101Idea and Form3
ARTS 102Two-Dimensional Design3
ARTS 103Sculpture I3
ARTS 104Drawing I3
ARTS 105Photography I H3
ARTS 106Video I3
ARTS 116Introduction to Web Media3
ARTS 121Color: Theory and Concept3
ARTS 132Collage: Strategies for Thinking and Making3
ARTS 202Beginning Painting3
ARTS 203Sculpture II3
ARTS 205Photography II3
ARTS 206Video II3
ARTS 208Print Survey3
ARTS 2092D Animation3
ARTS 213Ceramic I3
ARTS 214Life Drawing3
ARTS 233Wood Sculpture3
ARTS 238Screen Printing3
ARTS 243Metal Sculpture3
ARTS 253Phantasmagoria: Haunted Art, History, and Installation3
ARTS 300Studio 15: Art Majors Seminar3
ARTS 303Intermediate Sculpture3
ARTS 305Darkroom Photography3
ARTS 313Ceramic II3
ARTS 324Drawing II3
ARTS 337The Aesthetics of Junk3
ARTS 343MAKE: Art in the (New) Age3
ARTS 348Lithography3
ARTS 355The Practice of Representation: Portraiture in Photography3
ARTS 358Letterpress3
ARTS 364The Walking Seminar: A Territorial Investigation3
ARTS 368Intermediate Printmaking3
ARTS 391Theory, History, and Practice of Contemporary Curating3
ARTS 428Book Art3
ARTS 499Senior Projects3
ARTS 500Senior Seminar3
ARTS 637Social Practice and Performance Art3
ASIA 54First-Year Seminar: The American Life of Japanese Women3
ASIA 57First-Year Seminar: Dis-Orienting the Orient3
ASIA 58First-Year Seminar: Chasing Madame Butterfly H3
ASIA 59First-Year Seminar: Media Masala: Popular Music, TV, and the Internet in Modern India and Pakistan3
ASIA 61First-Year Seminar: India through the Lens of Master Filmmakers3
ASIA 64First-Year Seminar: Arab World Photography3
ASIA 67First-Year Seminar: Japanese Fashion: History and Culture H3
ASIA 122Introduction to Iranian Culture3
ASIA 153Introduction to South Asian Art3
ASIA 154Introduction to Art and Architecture of Islamic Lands (Eighth-16th Centuries CE) H3
ASIA 158Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture3
ASIA 164Music of South Asia3
ASIA 231Bollywood Cinema3
ASIA 235Israeli Cinema: Gender, Nation, and Ethnicity H3
ASIA 242Asian Fine Arts/Study Abroad Program3-6
ASIA 251Art in the Age of the Caliphs3
ASIA 252Popular Culture in Modern Southeast Asia3
ASIA 255The Feast in Film, Fiction, and Philosophy H3
ASIA 266Arts of Early & Medieval Asia3
ASIA 273Arts Under the Mughal Dynasty in India3
ASIA 379Cowboys, Samurai, and Rebels in Film and Fiction H3
ASIA 386Dance and Embodied Knowledge in the Indian Context3
ASIA 435The Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa3
ASIA 468Visual Arts and Culture in Modern and Contemporary China3
ASIA 586The Gardens, Shrines, and Temples of Japan3
CHIN 242Chinese Qin Music3
CHIN 244Introduction to Modern Chinese Culture through Cinema3
CHIN 354Chinese Culture through Calligraphy3
CHIN 361Chinese Traditional Theater3
CHIN 367Illustration and the Animation of Text3
CHIN 531The Chinese Zither in Poetry and Painting3
CHIN 562Contemporary Chinese Urban Culture and Arts3
CLAR 50First-Year Seminar: Art in the Ancient City H3
CLAR 246History of Early Christian and Byzantine Art3
CLAR 247Roman Archaeology3
CLAR 262Art of Classical Greece3
CLAR 263Roman Art3
CLAR 268Hellenistic Art and Archaeology (350-31 BCE)3
CLAR 465Architecture of Etruria and Rome3
CLAR 474Roman Sculpture3
CLAR 476Roman Painting3
CLAR 512Ancient Synagogues3
CLAR 561Mosaics: The Art of Mosaic in Greece, Rome, and Byzantium3
CLAS 64First-Year Seminar: Cinema and the Ancient World3
CLAS 231The Theater in the Greek and Roman World3
CMPL 55First-Year Seminar: Comics as Literature3
CMPL 133Great Books II: Imaging the Americas from the Late 18th Century to the Present3
CMPL 142Visual Culture II3
CMPL 143History of Global Cinema3
CMPL 144Film Culture3
CMPL 227Global Authors: The Middle Ages in World Cinema3
CMPL 240Introduction to Film Theory3
CMPL 252Popular Culture in Modern Southeast Asia3
CMPL 254Horror and the Global Gothic: Film, Literature, Theory3
CMPL 255The Feast in Film, Fiction, and Philosophy H3
CMPL 257The Crisis of Modernity in World Cinema3
CMPL 260Landscape in Literature and the Arts: Re-Imagining the Natural World3
CMPL 280Film Genres3
CMPL 281Holocaust Cinema in Eastern Europe3
CMPL 332HCultural Diversity in Francophone Cinema3
CMPL 375New Wave Cinema: Its Sources and Its Legacies3
CMPL 379Cowboys, Samurai, and Rebels in Film and Fiction H3
CMPL 382Film and Nature3
CMPL 420Film, Photography, and the Digital Image3
CMPL 463Cinema and Surrealism3
CMPL 494Cinematic Uses of the Essay Form3
COMM 61First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Performance3
COMM 62First-Year Seminar: African American Literature and Performance3
COMM 63First-Year Seminar: The Creative Process in Performance3
COMM 130Introduction to Media Production3
COMM 131Writing for the Screen and Stage3
COMM 150Introduction to New Media3
COMM 251Introduction to American Film and Culture, 1965-Present3
COMM 262Introduction to the Performance of Culture H3
COMM 345Women in Film3
COMM 364Production Practices3
COMM 365The Constructed Actor: Masks and Objects in Performance3
COMM 386Dance and Embodied Knowledge in the Indian Context3
COMM 437United States Black Culture and Performance3
COMM 452Film Noir3
COMM 463Creating the Solo Performance3
COMM 464Collaborative Performance H3
COMM 637Social Practice and Performance Art3
COMM 638Game Design3
COMM 647Advanced Projects in Media Production3
COMM 653Experimental Video3
COMM 662Black/African Diaspora Performance3
COMM 664Paranoia in Performance3
COMM 666Media in Performance3
COMM 676Digital Media and Live Performance3
DRAM 79First-Year Seminar: The Heart of the Play: Fundamentals of Acting, Playwriting, and Collaboration3
DRAM 80First-Year Seminar: Psychology of Clothes: Motivations for Dressing Up and Dressing Down H3
DRAM 81First-Year Seminar: Staging America: The American Drama H3
DRAM 83First-Year Seminar: Spectacle in the Theatre3
DRAM 84First-Year Seminar: The Inherent Qualities of Theatrical Space3
DRAM 85First-Year Seminar: Documentary Theatre H3
DRAM 86First-Year Seminar: Rediscovering the Mind-Body Connection3
DRAM 87First-Year Seminar: Style: A Mode of Expression H3
DRAM 88First-Year Seminar: Ecology and Performance3
DRAM 116Perspectives in the Theatre H3
DRAM 120Play Analysis H3
DRAM 131Writing for the Screen and Stage3
DRAM 192Technical Methods: Costume3
DRAM 231Playwriting I3
DRAM 260Advanced Stagecraft3
DRAM 265Stage Makeup3
DRAM 277Introduction to Theatrical Design3
DRAM 281Theatre History and Literature I3
DRAM 283Theatre History and Literature III3
DRAM 287African American Theatre3
DRAM 291Re-Playing Shakespeare in East Asia3
DRAM 292Corner of the Sky": The American Musical3
DRAM 294Arts Criticism3
DRAM 331Playwriting II3
DRAM 466Scene Design3
DRAM 467Costume Design I3
DRAM 468Lighting Design I3
DRAM 480Period Styles for Production3
DRAM 486Latin American Theatre3
DRAM 488United States Latino/a Theatre3
DRAM 489Carnivals and Festivals of the African Diaspora3
DRAM 666Media in Performance3
ENGL 50First-Year Seminar: Multimedia North Carolina3
ENGL 58First-Year Seminar: The Doubled Image: Photography in U.S. Latina/o Short Fiction H3
ENGL 87First-Year Seminar: Jane Austen, Then and Now H3
ENGL 142Film Analysis H3
ENGL 143Film and Culture3
ENGL 309Theatrical Writing for the Puppet Stage3
ENGL 380Film History H3
ENGL 381Literature and Cinema3
ENGL 389Major Film Directors3
ENGL 408Collaboration: Composers and Lyricists3
ENGL 409Lyrics and Lyricists: A Collaborative Exploration of the Processes of Popular-Song Lyric Writing3
ENGL 410Documentary Film H3
ENGL 580Film--Contemporary Issues H3
ENGL 583Drama on Location H3
ENGL 665Queer Latina/o Literature, Performance, and Visual Art3
ENGL 666Queer Latina/o Photography and Literature3
ENGL 680Film Theory3
EURO 332HCultural Diversity in Francophone Cinema3
EXSS 191Theory and Practice of Modern Dance Technique - Elementary-Level Elective3
FOLK 77First-Year Seminar: The Poetic Roots of Hip-Hop: Hidden Histories of African American Rhyme H3
FOLK 334Art, Nature, and Religion: Cross-Cultural Perspectives3
FOLK 476Graffiti, Gods, and Gardens: Urban Folklore3
FOLK 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
FOLK 488No Place like Home: Material Culture of the American South3
FOLK 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
FOLK 550Introduction to Material Culture3
FOLK 587Folklore in the South3
FREN 315Imposteur!: Faking and False Identities in French and Francophone Drama and Film3
FREN 332HCultural Diversity in Francophone Cinema3
FREN 373French New Wave Cinema3
FREN 388History of French Cinema I: 1895-19503
FREN 389History of French Cinema II: 1950 to the Present3
FREN 505African Francophone Cinema3
FREN 617Framing Identities: Franco-Arab Transvisual Transcultural Contexts3
GERM 210Getting Medieval: Knights, Violence, and Romance3
GERM 250Women in German Cinema3
GERM 265Hitler in Hollywood: Cinematic Representations of Nazi Germany3
GERM 266Weimar Cinema3
GERM 267Contemporary German and Austrian Cinema3
GERM 275History of German Cinema3
GERM 367Contemporary German and Austrian Cinema3
GERM 373Denk ich an Deutschland. . .": German Lyrical Poetry through the Centuries3
GERM 374German Theater: Words Speak as Loudly as Actions3
GSLL 60First-Year Seminar: Avant-Garde Cinema: History, Themes, Textures3
GSLL 63First-Year Seminar: Performing America3
GSLL 69First-Year Seminar: Laughing and Crying at the Movies: Film and Experience3
GSLL 278Music, Image, Text3
GSLL 281Holocaust Cinema in Eastern Europe3
GSLL 283Hungarian Cinema since World War II3
HIST 77First-Year Seminar: Seeing the Past3
HIST 468Art, Politics, and Society in France, 1850-19143
ITAL 333Italian Film and Culture3
ITAL 335Themes in Italian Film3
ITAL 337Cinema for Italian Conversation3
JAPN 161Geisha in History, Fiction, and Fantasy3
JAPN 162Japanese Popular Culture3
JAPN 261Japanese Theater3
JAPN 412Making Music in Japan3
JAPN 413Fashioning Japan: Gender, Nation, and Dress3
JAPN 414Manga as a Japanese Art and Culture3
JAPN 521Investigating Japanese Culture through TV Dramas3
JWST 235Israeli Cinema: Gender, Nation, and Ethnicity3
JWST 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
JWST 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
JWST 512Ancient Synagogues3
MUSC 54First-Year Seminar: Music and Magic3
MUSC 63First-Year Seminar: Music on Stage and Screen H3
MUSC 64First-Year Seminar: What is a Work of Art? Listening to Music3
MUSC 65First-Year Seminar: Music and Culture: Understanding the World through Music3
MUSC 66First-Year Seminar: A Course in Digital Humanities and Multimedia H3
MUSC 120Foundations in Music3
MUSC 121Fundamentals of Music I3
MUSC 131Theory I H3
MUSC 132Theory II H3
MUSC 141Survey of Western Music History3
MUSC 142Great Musical Works3
MUSC 143Introduction to Rock Music3
MUSC 144Introduction to Country Music3
MUSC 145Introduction to Jazz3
MUSC 146Introduction to World Musics3
MUSC 147Introduction to Latin(o) American Music3
MUSC 148Introduction to Black Music3
MUSC 155The Art and Culture of the DJ3
MUSC 156Beat Making Lab3
MUSC 157Rap Lab3
MUSC 158Rock Lab3
MUSC 164Music of South Asia3
MUSC 188Introduction to Women and Music3
MUSC 223Piano Literature3
MUSC 232Theory III H3
MUSC 251Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Music3
MUSC 280Jazz Innovators3
MUSC 281Popular Song in American Culture3
MUSC 282Bach and Handel3
MUSC 283Haydn and Mozart3
MUSC 284Beethoven and His Era3
MUSC 285Musical Modernism3
MUSC 286Music as Culture H3
MUSC 287Opera as Drama H3
MUSC 288The Orchestra and Its Music3
MUSC 289Sounds of War and Revolution3
MUSC 291Music and Politics3
MUSC 292Media and Social Change in Africa3
MUSC 294Bluegrass Music, Culture, and History3
MUSC 390Seminar in Music H3
MUSC 676Digital Media and Live Performance3
PLSH 280The Modern Cinema of Poland3
PORT 316Brazilian Performance in Music and Dance: Capoeira3
PORT 388Portuguese, Brazilian, and African Identity in Film3
PWAD 235Israeli Cinema: Gender, Nation, and Ethnicity3
PWAD 289Sounds of War and Revolution3
PWAD 435The Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa3
RELI 235Place, Space, and Religion3
RELI 236Religious Things3
RELI 367The Art of Devotion in Medieval and Early Modern Europe3
RELI 386Dance and Embodied Knowledge in the Indian Context3
RELI 512Ancient Synagogues3
ROML 660Film and Culture in Brazil and Spanish America3
ROML 665Reading Latin American Film and Photography3
RUSS 273Russian Culture and Society: 1890-19173
SPAN 253Argentine Jewish Film3
SPAN 361Hispanic Film3
SPAN 661Film Studies: Iberia and the Americas3
WGST 68First-Year Seminar: Assumed Identities: Performance in Photography3
WGST 188Introduction to Women and Music3
WGST 230Women in Contemporary Art: A Field Study3
WGST 231Gender and Popular Culture3
WGST 232Identity in Transit: Performing the Self through Photography3
WGST 250Women in German Cinema3
WGST 254Women in the Visual Arts I3
WGST 285African American Women in the Media3
WGST 325Encountering Art in the Unexpected: Borderlands and Story in Contemporary American Visual Art3
WGST 336Digitizing the Body3
WGST 345Women in Film3
WGST 665Queer Latina/o Literature, Performance, and Visual Art3
WGST 666Queer Latina/o Photography and Literature3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Connections

The Making Connections curriculum builds on previously acquired knowledge and establishes links between discrete forms of knowledge, both by encouraging interdisciplinary contact and conversation and by inviting students to develop and apply their academic expertise in environments beyond the University classroom.

Because Connections courses may meet multiple requirements at once (including Approaches requirements, other Connections requirements, major and/or minor requirements, or the Supplemental General Education requirement), most students should be able to fulfill the eight Connections requirements without taking credit hours in addition to those needed to fulfill Foundations, Approaches, and major/minor requirements.

Communication Intensive (CI), One Course

Communication intensive courses integrate written work, oral presentations, and processes of revision into the course subject matter in substantive and important ways. They build on and enhance skills acquired in English composition and rhetoric classes as well as foreign language classes by preparing students to write and speak effectively in disciplinary areas.

AAAD 52First-Year Seminar: Kings, Presidents, and Generals: Africa's Bumpy Road to Democracy3
AAAD 319Africa and Masks3
AAAD 395Undergraduate Research Seminar3
AAAD 486Africa in the American Imagination3
AERO 301Contemporary Leadership and Management3
AERO 302Contemporary Leadership and Management3
AERO 401National Security Affairs and Preparation for Active Duty3
AMST 51First-Year Seminar: Navigating America3
AMST 53First-Year Seminar: The Family and Social Change in America H3
AMST 55First-Year Seminar: Birth and Death in the United States H3
AMST 59First-Year Seminar: American Indian Art in the 20th Century3
AMST 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
AMST 252Muslim American Literatures and Cultures3
AMST 257Melville: Culture and Criticism3
AMST 259Tobacco and America3
AMST 269Mating and Marriage in American Culture3
AMST 276Food and American Studies: Cooking Up a Storm3
AMST 278Crimes and Punishments3
AMST 283American Home3
AMST 285Access to Work in America3
AMST 338Native American Novel3
AMST 339The Long 1960s in Native America3
AMST 374America's Threatened Languages3
AMST 385Gender and Economics3
AMST 386American Families3
AMST 387Race and Empire in 20th-Century American Intellectual History3
AMST 394The University in American Life: The University of North Carolina3
AMST 398Service Learning in America3
AMST 439Meaning and Makers: Indigenous Artists and the Marketplace3
AMST 475Documenting Communities H3
AMST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
ANTH 59First-Year Seminar: The Right to Childhood: Global Efforts and Challenges3
ANTH 60First-Year Seminar: Crisis & Resilience: Past and Future of Human Societies H3
ANTH 278Women in Science3
ANTH 284Culture and Consumption3
ANTH 330Melancholy Japan: Myth, Memory, and Everyday Life3
ANTH 331The Anthropology of Memory3
ANTH 343Africa and Masks3
ANTH 413Laboratory Methods: Archaeobotany3
ANTH 439Political Ecology3
ANTH 447The Anthropology of Work H3
ANTH 463Settler Colonialism3
ANTH 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
ANTH 567Urban Anthropology3
ANTH 578Chinese Diaspora in the Asia Pacific3
ANTH 675Ethnographic Method3
ARAB 300Arabic Grammar and Composition3
ARAB 407Readings in Arabic I3
ARAB 409War and Peace in Arabic Literature3
ARAB 410Music, History, and Power3
ARTH 61First-Year Seminar: African American Art of the Carolinas3
ARTH 64First-Year Seminar: Picturing Nature3
ARTH 80First-Year Seminar: Islamic Art and Science3
ARTH 254Women in the Visual Arts I3
ARTH 27518th-Century Art3
ARTH 280Picture That: History of Photography from Tintypes to Instagram3
ARTH 283Picturing Paris: 1800-20003
ARTH 353Africa and Masks3
ARTH 453Africa in the American Imagination H3
ARTH 485Art of the Harlem Renaissance3
ARTH 555Urban Africa and Global Mobility3
ARTS 58First-Year Seminar: Book Art3
ASIA 53First-Year Seminar: Israeli Popular Culture: The Case of Music3
ASIA 58First-Year Seminar: Chasing Madame Butterfly H3
ASIA 61First-Year Seminar: India through the Lens of Master Filmmakers3
ASIA 67First-Year Seminar: Japanese Fashion: History and Culture H3
ASIA 68First-Year Seminar: Power of Music/Music of Power: Cultural Politics of 20th-Century Arabic Music3
ASIA 69First-Year Seminar: Wars and Veterans: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan3
ASIA 106Israeli Popular Culture: The Case of Music3
ASIA 126Introduction to Persian Literature3
ASIA 127Iranian Women Writers3
ASIA 256Love in Classical Persian Poetry3
ASIA 258Iranian Prison Literature3
ASIA 285The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka3
ASIA 329Middle East Women Writers3
ASIA 330Melancholy Japan: Myth, Memory, and Everyday Life3
ASIA 359Literary Diasporas of the Middle East3
ASIA 431Persian Sufi Literature3
ASIA 442Postcolonial Literature of the Middle East3
ASIA 471Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature3
ASIA 487Mountains, Pilgrimage, and Sacred Places in Japan3
ASIA 488Shinto in Japanese History3
ASIA 578Chinese Diaspora in the Asia Pacific3
BIOL 81First-Year Seminar: Intuition, Initiative and Industry: Biologists as Entrepreneurs3
BIOL 101LIntroductory Biology Laboratory1
BIOL 524Strategies of Host-Microbe Interactions3
BIOL 692HSenior Honors Thesis in Biology3
BMME 698Senior Design Project II3
BUSI 401Management and Corporate Communication3
BUSI 463Business and the Environment H3
CHEM 550LSynthetic Chemistry Laboratory I2
CHIN 441Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting3
CHIN 443Business Communication in Chinese3
CHIN 631Writing Chinese (in) America: Advanced Studies of a Foreign Literature from United States Homeland3
CLAR 51First-Year Seminar: Who Owns the Past? H3
CLAS 61First-Year Seminar: Writing the Past3
CLAS 62First-Year Seminar: Barbarians in Greek and Roman Culture3
CLAS 371Cicero, Caesar, and the End of the Roman Republic3
CLSC 630Research Methods in Clinical Laboratory Science2
CMPL 250Approaches to Comparative Literature H3
CMPL 251Introduction to Literary Theory3
CMPL 256Love in Classical Persian Poetry3
CMPL 258Iranian Prison Literature3
CMPL 260Landscape in Literature and the Arts: Re-Imagining the Natural World3
CMPL 359Literary Diasporas of the Middle East3
CMPL 442Postcolonial Literature of the Middle East3
CMPL 460Transnational Romanticism: Romantic Movements in Europe and the Americas3
CMPL 478The Medieval Frame Tale: Chaucer, Boccaccio, and the Arabian Nights3
CMPL 500Advanced Seminar3
COMM 63First-Year Seminar: The Creative Process in Performance3
COMM 82First-Year Seminar: Food Politics from an Organizational Communication Perspective3
COMM 85First-Year Seminar: Think, Speak, Argue3
COMM 88First-Year Seminar: Technologies of Popular Culture3
COMM 113Public Speaking3
COMM 131Writing for the Screen and Stage3
COMM 224Introduction to Gender and Communication H3
COMM 318Cultural Diversity3
COMM 333Writing the Feature Film3
COMM 334Writing the One-Hour TV Drama3
COMM 350Practices of Cultural Studies3
COMM 375Environmental Advocacy3
COMM 432Visual Culture3
COMM 452Film Noir3
COMM 472Rhetorical Criticism3
COMM 535Introduction to Screen Adaptation3
COMM 650Cultural Politics of Global Media Culture3
COMP 523Software Engineering Laboratory4
DRAM 79First-Year Seminar: The Heart of the Play: Fundamentals of Acting, Playwriting, and Collaboration3
DRAM 80First-Year Seminar: Psychology of Clothes: Motivations for Dressing Up and Dressing Down H3
DRAM 81First-Year Seminar: Staging America: The American Drama H3
DRAM 82First-Year Seminar: All the World's a Stage: Drama as a Mirror of Society3
DRAM 84First-Year Seminar: The Inherent Qualities of Theatrical Space3
DRAM 87First-Year Seminar: Style: A Mode of Expression H3
DRAM 120Play Analysis H3
DRAM 131Writing for the Screen and Stage3
DRAM 231Playwriting I3
DRAM 279Introduction to Theatre Management3
DRAM 282Theatre History and Literature II3
DRAM 283Theatre History and Literature III3
DRAM 285Modern British Drama H3
DRAM 286Modern Irish Drama3
DRAM 287African American Theatre3
DRAM 288Theatre for Social Change3
DRAM 294Arts Criticism3
DRAM 300Directing3
DRAM 488United States Latino/a Theatre3
DRAM 493Theatre Management3
ECON 55First-Year Seminar: Economics of Sports3
ECON 57HFirst-Year Seminar: Engines of Innovation: the Entrepreneurial University in the 21st Century3
ECON 285Access to Work in America3
ECON 385Gender and Economics3
ECON 486Gender and Economics3
EDUC 231Thrive@Carolina and Beyond3
EDUC 529Education in American Society3
EDUC 567Children's Literature in Elementary and Middle Schools3
ENEC 375Environmental Advocacy3
ENEC 463Business and the Environment H3
ENEC 491Effective Environmental Communication3
ENGL 50First-Year Seminar: Multimedia North Carolina3
ENGL 52First-Year Seminar: Computers and English Studies3
ENGL 55First-Year Seminar: Reading and Writing Women's Lives H3
ENGL 59First-Year Seminar: Black Masculinity and Femininity3
ENGL 69First-Year Seminar: Entrepreneurial on the Web3
ENGL 72First-Year Seminar: Literature of 9/113
ENGL 73First-Year Seminar: Literature of War from World War I to the 21st Century3
ENGL 75First-Year Seminar: Interpreting the South from Manuscripts3
ENGL 76HFirst-Year Seminar: Biography: People and Places, Chapel Hill3
ENGL 79First-Year Seminar: Globalization/Global Asians3
ENGL 80First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Persuasion: Southern Women's Rhetoric3
ENGL 81First-Year Seminar: Jane Eyre and Its Afterlives3
ENGL 85First-Year Seminar: Economic Saints and Villains H3
ENGL 86First-Year Seminar: The Cities of Modernism3
ENGL 121British Literature, 19th and Early 20th Century3
ENGL 127Writing about Literature3
ENGL 132HFirst-Year Honors: Introduction to Fiction Writing3
ENGL 133HFirst-Year Honors: Introduction to Poetry Writing3
ENGL 137Literature in a Digital Age: Books, E-books, and the Literary Marketplace3
ENGL 149Networked and Multimodal Composition3
ENGL 150Introductory Seminar in Literary Studies3
ENGL 206Intermediate Fiction Writing3
ENGL 207Intermediate Poetry Writing3
ENGL 208Reading and Writing Creative Nonfiction3
ENGL 209Reading and Writing Children's Fiction3
ENGL 216Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition3
ENGL 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
ENGL 274Approaches to Drama: Regional Productions3
ENGL 283Life Writing H3
ENGL 295Undergraduate Research Seminar H3
ENGL 300Advanced Expository Writing3
ENGL 300IAdvanced Expository Writing (Interdisciplinary)3
ENGL 301Advanced Expository Writing for the Humanities3
ENGL 302Advanced Expository Writing for the Social Sciences3
ENGL 303Advanced Expository Writing for the Natural Sciences3
ENGL 304Advanced Expository Writing for Business3
ENGL 305Advanced Expository Writing for Law3
ENGL 309Theatrical Writing for the Puppet Stage3
ENGL 311The Art of the Book: Artists' Books, Zines, and the Bibliographic Imaginary in the Digital Age H3
ENGL 316Rhetorical Traditions H3
ENGL 317Networked Composition3
ENGL 318Multimedia Composition H3
ENGL 361Asian American Women's Writing3
ENGL 366Literature and the Other Arts H3
ENGL 370Race, Health, and Narrative H3
ENGL 371The Place of Asian Americans in Southern Literature H3
ENGL 402Investigations in Academic Writing and Writing Centers3
ENGL 406Advanced Fiction Writing3
ENGL 407Advanced Poetry Writing3
ENGL 408Collaboration: Composers and Lyricists3
ENGL 409Lyrics and Lyricists: A Collaborative Exploration of the Processes of Popular-Song Lyric Writing3
ENGL 448Philosophies of Life from Classical Antiquity to 18003
ENGL 467Educating Latinas/os: Preparing SLI Mentors3
ENGL 487Everyday Stories: Personal Narrative and Legend3
ENGL 488Critical Security Studies3
ENGL 492Professional Writing Portfolio Development and Publication3
ENGL 496Independent Research1-3
ENGL 530Digital Humanities History and Methods3
ENGL 610Science as Literature: Rhetorics of Science and Medicine3
ENGL 611Narrative, Literature, and Medicine: Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar3
ENGL 63819th-Century Women Writers3
ENGL 674Digital Literature3
ENGL 675Digital Teaching3
ENGL 676Digital Editing and Curation3
ENGL 680Film Theory3
ENGL 695Research Seminar3
ENVR 205Engineering Tools for Environmental Problem Solving3
FOLK 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
FOLK 487Everyday Stories: Personal Narrative and Legend3
FOLK 670Introduction to Oral History3
FOLK 675Ethnographic Method3
FREN 255Conversation I H3
FREN 310Conversation and Composition II3
FREN 311Communication Skills for Cultural Immersion3
FREN 350Advanced Oral and Written French3
GEOG 62First-Year Seminar: The Culture of Technology3
GEOG 65First-Year Seminar: Climate Change and the Media H3
GEOG 424Geographies of Religion3
GEOG 543Qualitative Methods in Geography3
GEOG 650Technology and Democracy Research3
GEOL 550Biogeochemical Cycling3
GERM 267Contemporary German and Austrian Cinema3
GERM 301Conversation and Composition3
GERM 302Contemporary German Society3
GERM 303Introduction to German Literature3
GERM 367Contemporary German and Austrian Cinema3
GSLL 50First-Year Seminar: Literary Fantasy and Historical Reality3
GSLL 55First-Year Seminar: Fantasies of Rome: Gladiators, Senators, Soothsayers, and Caesars3
GSLL 56First-Year Seminar: Germans, Jews, and the History of Anti-Semitism3
GSLL 58First-Year Seminar: Love in the Middle Ages3
GSLL 84First-Year Seminar: Terror for the People: Terrorism in Russian Literature and History3
GSLL 277The Moon in Song, Story, and Science: Mentored Research Projects in Cultural History3
GSLL 278Music, Image, Text3
GSLL 306Language and Nationalism3
GSLL 467Language and Political Identity3
HIST 70First-Year Seminar: Seeing History in Everyday Places: Chapel Hill as a Case Study3
HIST 72First-Year Seminar: Women's Voices: 20th-Century European History in Female Memory H3
HIST 340Ethics and Business in Africa H3
HIST 398Undergraduate Seminar in History H3
HIST 438Medieval Masculinities, 500-1200 H3
HIST 670Introduction to Oral History3
HIST 692HHonors in History3
INLS 384Information and Computer Ethics3
INLS 691HResearch Methods in Information Science3
ITAL 310Italian Conversation3
ITAL 337Cinema for Italian Conversation3
ITAL 339US-Italian Encounters: War, Tourism, Myth3
JAPN 261Japanese Theater3
JWST 56First-Year Seminar: Germans, Jews, and the History of Anti-Semitism3
JWST 444Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Judaism3
JWST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
JWST 697Capstone Course: Themes and Methodologies in Jewish Studies3
KOR 407Modern Korean Literature and Culture3
KOR 408Changes and Continuities in Korean History3
LING 306Language and Nationalism3
LING 409Cognitive Linguistics3
LING 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
LTAM 697Capstone Seminar3
MASC 550Biogeochemical Cycling3
MATH 67The Mathematics of Climate Change: Can We Predict the Future of Our Planet?3
MEJO 153Writing and Reporting3
MUSC 52First-Year Seminar: Building a Nation: The Stage Musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein, 1942-19493
MUSC 54First-Year Seminar: Music and Magic3
MUSC 55HFirst-Year Seminar: A Love Affair in Renaissance Drama and Music3
MUSC 56First-Year Seminar: Early-Modern Court Spectacle3
MUSC 57First-Year Seminar: Music and Drama: Verdi's Operas and Italian Romanticism3
MUSC 58First-Year Seminar: Music in Motion: American Popular Music and Dance3
MUSC 59First-Year Seminar: 20th-Century Music and Visual Art3
MUSC 60HFirst-Year Seminar: American Literature and Its Music3
MUSC 61HFirst-Year Seminar: Reverberations3
MUSC 62First-Year Seminar: Vienna: City of Dreams H3
MUSC 63First-Year Seminar: Music on Stage and Screen H3
MUSC 64First-Year Seminar: What is a Work of Art? Listening to Music3
MUSC 355History and Culture of Music H3
MUSC 390Seminar in Music H3
PHIL 55First-Year Seminar: Paradoxes3
PHIL 79First-Year Seminar: Words That Bind: The Structure of Constitutions3
PHIL 261Ethics in Practice3
PHIL 285Moral and Philosophical Issues in Education3
PHIL 397Colloquium for Philosophy Majors3
PHIL 691HCourses for Honors3
PHYS 281LExperimental Techniques in Physics2
PHYS 395Research with Faculty Mentor II H1-12
PLAN 53First-Year Seminar: The Changing American Job3
PLCY 70First-Year Seminar: Campaigning to Governing: Snapshots of American Politics and Policy3
PLCY 75First-Year Seminar: Debates in Public Policy and Racial Inequality3
PLCY 210Policy Innovation and Analysis H3
PLCY 305Communicating in Public Policy3
PLCY 330Negotiation and Mediation: The Practice of Conflict Management3
PLCY 691HHonors in Public Policy3
PLCY 692HHonors in Public Policy3
PLCY 698Senior Capstone in Public Policy3
POLI 50First-Year Seminar: Movies and Politics3
POLI 52First-Year Seminar: Friendship in Political Thought3
POLI 61First-Year Seminar: The United States and Cuba: Making Sense of United States Foreign Policy H3
POLI 62First-Year Seminar: How Leaders Lead Others3
POLI 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
POLI 265Feminism and Political Theory3
POLI 400Executive Politics3
POLI 402Assessing Political Tradecraft: Modeling How Leaders Influence Other Leaders3
POLI 417Advanced Political Psychology3
POLI 421Framing Public Policies3
POLI 432Tolerance in Liberal States3
POLI 447Immigrant Integration in Contemporary Western Europe3
POLI 477Advanced Feminist Political Theory3
POLI 692HHonors Thesis Research3
PORT 420Portuguese Language and Culture for the Professions3
PORT 540Cultural Topics from the Lusophone World3
PSYC 61First-Year Seminar: Drug Addiction: Fact and Fiction H3
PSYC 62First-Year Seminar: Positive Psychology: The Science of Optimal Human Functioning3
PSYC 64First-Year Seminar: Prejudice and Stereotyping3
PSYC 530Design and Interpretation of Psychological Research3
PSYC 693HHonors in Psychology I3
PSYC 694HHonors in Psychology II3
PWAD 69First-Year Seminar: Wars and Veterans: Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan3
PWAD 330Negotiation and Mediation: The Practice of Conflict Management3
PWAD 339US-Italian Encounters: War, Tourism, Myth3
PWAD 467Language and Political Identity3
PWAD 475Literature of Russian Terrorism: Arson, Bombs, Mayhem3
PWAD 484Critical Security Studies3
PWAD 670Peace Making in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict3
PWAD 680Research Seminar in Peace, War, and Defense3
RECR 430Introduction to Leadership and Group Dynamics3
RELI 60First-Year Seminar: Religion and Racism3
RELI 73First-Year Seminar: From Dragons to Pokemon: Animals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and Religion H3
RELI 285The Buddhist Tradition: Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka3
RELI 444Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Judaism3
RELI 485Gender and Sexuality in Islam3
RELI 487Mountains, Pilgrimage, and Sacred Places in Japan3
RELI 488Shinto in Japanese History3
RELI 524Ethnographic Approaches to Contemporary Religion3
RELI 527Religious Metaphor and Symbol3
RELI 586Women and Gender in Japanese Religions3
RELI 630Religion and Medicine3
RELI 697Capstone: Undergraduate Seminar3
ROML 60First-Year Seminar: Spanish and Entrepreneurship: Language, Culture, and North Carolina Communities3
RUSS 475Literature of Russian Terrorism: Arson, Bombs, Mayhem3
SLAV 248Childhood and Adolescence in Slavic Literature H3
SOCI 67First-Year Seminar: America in the 1960s3
SOCI 68First-Year Seminar: Immigration in Contemporary America3
SOCI 691HSenior Honors Research and Seminar3
SOCI 692HSenior Honors Research and Seminar3
SPAN 255Conversation I H3
SPAN 266Spanish Conversation for Heritage Learners3
SPAN 394Creative Writing in Spanish3
WGST 127Iranian Women Writers3
WGST 224Introduction to Gender and Communication3
WGST 254Women in the Visual Arts I3
WGST 265Feminism and Political Theory3
WGST 278Women in Science3
WGST 329Middle East Women Writers3
WGST 361Asian American Women's Writing3
WGST 385Gender and Economics3
WGST 448Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Judaism3
WGST 471Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern Literature3
WGST 477Advanced Feminist Political Theory3
WGST 695Senior Seminar: Principles of Feminist Inquiry H3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Quantitative Intensive (QI), One Course

Quantitative intensive courses focus especially on the ways that quantitative reasoning can be applied within particular fields. They involve modeling and problem solving, numerical reasoning, the collection and interpretation of quantitative data, mathematical analysis, the application of formal logic and proofs, or some combination of these. The requirement can be satisfied by taking one course from the list below or by taking a second quantitative reasoning (QR) course from the list of approved courses in that category.

ANTH 411Laboratory Methods in Archaeology H3
ASTR 63First-Year Seminar: Catastrophe and Chaos: Unpredictable Physics H3
ASTR 390Research and Special Topics for Juniors and Seniors1-12
BIOL 201Ecology and Evolution H4
BIOL 226Mathematical Methods for Quantitative Biology3
BIOL 534Mathematical Modeling in the Life Sciences3
BIOL 553Mathematical and Computational Models in Biology3
COMP 50First-Year Seminar: Everyday Computing H3
COMP 60First-Year Seminar: Robotics with LEGO® H3
COMP 665Images, Graphics, and Vision3
ECON 400Introduction to Statistics and Econometrics H3
ECON 485Economics of Sports3
ECON 550Health Economics3
ECON 570Applied Econometric Analysis H3
ECON 575Applied Time Series Analysis and Forecasting3
ENEC 222Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science4
ENVR 205Engineering Tools for Environmental Problem Solving3
EXSS 273Research in Exercise and Sport Science3
GEOG 410Modeling of Environmental Systems3
GEOL 405Geochemistry3
GEOL 435Groundwater3
GEOL 436Geochemistry of Natural Waters3
GEOL 460Fluid Dynamics of the Environment3
GEOL 655Recent Advances in Non-Traditional Stable Isotope Geochemistry3
LING 333Human Language and Animal Communication Systems3
LING 540Mathematical Linguistics3
MASC 57First-Year Seminar: From "The Sound of Music" to "The Perfect Storm H3
MASC 455Geochemistry3
MASC 460Fluid Dynamics of the Environment3
MASC 470Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science4
MASC 561Time Series and Spatial Data Analysis3
MASC 562Turbulent Boundary Layers3
MATH 50First-Year Seminar: The Predictability of Chance and Its Applications in Applied Mathematics3
MATH 51First-Year Seminar: 'Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly': The Mathematics and the Mechanics of Moving3
MATH 52First-Year Seminar: Fractals: The Geometry of Nature H3
MATH 53First-Year Seminar: Symmetry and Tilings3
MATH 54First-Year Seminar: The Science of Conjecture: Its Math, Philosophy, and History H3
MATH 55First-Year Seminar: Geometry and Symmetry in Nature3
MATH 56First-Year Seminar: Information and Coding H3
MATH 57First-Year Seminar: The Fourth Dimension3
MATH 58First-Year Seminar: Math, Art, and the Human Experience H3
MATH 59First-Year Seminar: The Mystery and Majesty of Ordinary Numbers3
MATH 60First-Year Seminar: Simulated Life H3
MATH 61First-Year Seminar: The Language of Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible3
MATH 62First-Year Seminar: Combinatorics H3
MATH 63First-Year Seminar: From "The Sound of Music" to "The Perfect Storm H3
MATH 64First-Year Seminar: A View of the Sea: The Circulation of the Ocean and Its Impact on Coastal Water3
MATH 65First-Year Seminar: Colliding Balls and Springs: The Microstructure of How Materials Behave3
MATH 66First-Year Seminar: Non-Euclidean Geometry in Nature and History3
MATH 67The Mathematics of Climate Change: Can We Predict the Future of Our Planet?3
MATH 232Calculus of Functions of One Variable II4
MATH 233Calculus of Functions of Several Variables H4
MATH 283BioCalculus II3
MATH 307Revisiting Real Numbers and Algebra3
MATH 381Discrete Mathematics H3
MATH 383First Course in Differential Equations H3
MATH 406Mathematical Methods in Biostatistics1
MATH 411Developing Mathematical Concepts3
MATH 418Basic Concepts of Analysis for High School Teachers3
MATH 515History of Mathematics3
MATH 521Advanced Calculus I H3
MATH 522Advanced Calculus II H3
MATH 523Functions of a Complex Variable with Applications3
MATH 524Elementary Differential Equations3
MATH 528Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences I3
MATH 529Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences II3
MATH 533Elementary Theory of Numbers3
MATH 534Elements of Modern Algebra3
MATH 535Introduction to Probability3
MATH 547Linear Algebra for Applications3
MATH 548Combinatorial Mathematics3
MATH 550Topology3
MATH 551Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries3
MATH 553Mathematical and Computational Models in Biology3
MATH 555Introduction to Dynamics3
MATH 564Mathematical Modeling in the Life Sciences3
MATH 565Computer-Assisted Mathematical Problem Solving3
MATH 566Introduction to Numerical Analysis3
MATH 577Linear Algebra3
MATH 578Algebraic Structures3
MEJO 379Advertising and Public Relations Research3
MEJO 570Data Driven Journalism3
MUSC 131Theory I H3
PHIL 65First-Year Seminar: Philosophy through Mathematics3
PHIL 157Logic and Decision Theory3
PHIL 355Intermediate Mathematical Logic3
PHIL 357Induction, Probability, and Confirmation3
PHIL 456Advanced Symbolic Logic3
PHYS 63First-Year Seminar: Catastrophe and Chaos: Unpredictable Physics H3
PHYS 102General Physics Lecture I3
PHYS 103General Physics Lecture II3
PHYS 104General Physics I4
PHYS 105General Physics II4
PHYS 114General Physics I: For Students of the Life Sciences4
PHYS 115General Physics II: For Students of the Life Sciences4
PHYS 116Mechanics H4
PHYS 117Electromagnetism and Optics H4
PHYS 118Introductory Calculus-based Mechanics and Relativity4
PHYS 119Introductory Calculus-based Electromagnetism and Quanta4
PHYS 131Energy: Physical Principles and the Quest for Alternatives to Dwindling Oil and Gas3
PLCY 460Quantitative Analysis for Public Policy H4
POLI 209Analyzing Public Opinion H3
POLI 281Quantitative Research in Political Science3
POLI 285Research Methods and Experiments3
POLI 287Strategy and International Relations3
POLI 288Strategy and Politics3
POLI 417Advanced Political Psychology3
POLI 488Game Theory3
PSYC 210Statistical Principles of Psychological Research H3
PSYC 310Applied Statistical Methods in the Psychological Sciences3
PSYC 530Design and Interpretation of Psychological Research3
PSYC 531Tests and Measurement3
PSYC 534Introduction to Computational Statistics3
PWAD 287Strategy and International Relations3
SOCI 252Data Analysis3
STOR 52First-Year Seminar: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions3
STOR 53FYS: Networks: Degrees of Separation and Other Phenomena Relating to Connected Systems3
STOR 54First-Year Seminar: Adventures in Statistics3
STOR 55First-Year Seminar: Risk and Uncertainty in the Real World3
STOR 56First-Year Seminar: The Art and Science of Decision Making in War and Peace3
STOR 60First-Year Seminar: Statistical Decision-Making Concepts3
STOR 61First-Year Seminar: Statistics for Environmental Change3
STOR 62First-Year Seminar: Probability and Paradoxes3
STOR 63FYS: Statistics, Biostatistics, and Bioinformatics: An Introduction to the Ongoing Evolution3
STOR 64First-Year Seminar: A Random Walk down Wall Street3
STOR 66First-Year Seminar: Visualizing Data3
STOR 72First-Year Seminar: Unlocking the Genetic Code3
STOR 305Decision Making Using Spreadsheet Models3
STOR 320Introduction to Data Science3
STOR 435Introduction to Probability3
STOR 471Long-Term Actuarial Models3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Experiential Education (EE), One Course

  • One course or credit-bearing activity is required.

Experiential education courses connect academic inquiry with a structured, active learning experience in which students exercise initiative and apply academic knowledge in various real-world contexts (geographic, social, cultural, etc.). Students may satisfy the experiential education requirement in a number of ways. They may participate in specifically approved undergraduate research programs or approved service-learning courses, take an approved course with a substantial field work component, participate in a University-approved study abroad program, complete an approved internship or honors thesis administered through an academic unit, or participate in an approved community- or audience-oriented creative activity. Please see the Study Abroad Program Office for additional experiential education opportunities.

Experiential Education – Study Abroad

ANTH 453Field School in South American Archaeology H6
ENGL 583Drama on Location H3
SPAN 253Argentine Jewish Film3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Experiential Education – Internship

AAAD 293Individual Internships for Majors and Minors1-3
AMST 493Internship1-3
ANTH 393Internship in Anthropology1-12
ARCH 393Internship in Archaeology3-6
ARTH 293Art History Practicum3
ARTS 493Studio Art Practicum or Internship3
BIOL 293Undergraduate Internship in Biology3
BIOS 392Undergraduate Internship1-3
BUSI 493Business Internship Project I3
BUSI 593Business Internship Project II3
COMM 393Internships1-3
COMP 293Internship in Computer Science3
DRAM 393Professional Theatre Laboratory1-12
DRAM 493Theatre Management3
ECON 293Internship3
ECON 327Business Venturing Workshop H3
ECON 393Practicum in Entrepreneurship H3-6
EDUC 593Internship/Student Teaching1-12
ENEC 393Internship in Sustainability3
ENEC 493Environmental Internship1-4
ENEC 593Environmental Practicum1-3
ENVR 593Undergraduate Practicum in Environmental Health Sciences1-3
EXSS 493Field Experience in Sport Administration1-3
EXSS 593Practicum in Physical Fitness and Wellness1-3
GEOG 493Internship3
GERM 493Internship in German3
GLBL 193Global Studies Internship1
HIST 493Internship in History1-3
HIST 593Exploring the U.S. South Hands On and Ears Open: Internship at the Southern Oral History Program3
INLS 393Information Science Internship3
LING 493Internship in Linguistics3
MEJO 393Mass Communication Practicum1
PLCY 293Internship in Public Policy3
POLI 193Internship in Political Science3
POLI 196Independent Study in Political Science1-3
PSYC 493Internship in Psychology3
PWAD 393Internship in Peace, War, and Defense3-6
ROML 293Internship in Romance Studies3
SOCI 393Independent Experiential Internship1-3
STOR 493Internship in Statistics and Operations Research3
WGST 393Practicum in Women's and Gender Studies3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

 Experiential Education – Service Learning

AMST 398Service Learning in America3
ANTH 93UNITAS3
ANTH 425Public Archaeology Practicum3
ANTH 539Environmental Justice3
ANTH 625Ethnography and Life Stories3
ARAB 338Borders and Walls in the Arab World - Experiential3
BIOL 294Service Learning in Biology: APPLES H1-2
COMM 82First-Year Seminar: Food Politics from an Organizational Communication Perspective3
COMM 625Communication and Nonprofits in the Global Context3
COMP 80First-Year Seminar: Enabling Technology--Computers Helping People H3
COMP 180Enabling Technologies H3
COMP 580Enabling Technologies3
DHYG 362Community Dental Health Internship1
DHYG 393Dental Hygiene Specialty Practicum5
DHYG 422Dental Hygiene Service Learning2
EDUC 400Autism in Our Communities: An Interdisciplinary Perspective3
EDUC 583Planning the Internship Experience3
EDUC 617Teaching in the Middle School3
ENEC 304Restoration Ecology4
ENGL 50First-Year Seminar: Multimedia North Carolina3
ENGL 271Mixed-Race America: Race in Contemporary American Literature and Culture3
ENGL 467Educating Latinas/os: Preparing SLI Mentors3
GEOG 429Urban Political Geography: Durham, NC3
GEOG 650Technology and Democracy Research3
GEOL 412Principles and Methods of Teaching Earth Science4
GLBL 401Paradigms of Development and Social Change H3
GLBL 485Comparative Development3
GLBL 489Paradigms of Development and Social Change3
HBEH 610Alternative Spring Break2
HBEH 611Philanthropy as a Tool for Social Change3
MEJO 332Public Relations Writing3
MEJO 459Community Journalism3
MEJO 671Social Marketing Campaigns3
NUTR 245Sustainable Local Food Systems: Intersection of Local Foods and Public Health3
PLCY 130Getting It Done: Social Innovation1
PLCY 393Public Policy Clinic3
POLI 404Race, Immigration, and Urban Politics3
PSYC 294Service Learning in Psychology: APPLES1-3
PSYC 424Neural Connections: Hands on Neuroscience3
PSYC 502Psychology of Adulthood and Aging3
PSYC 506Assessment and Treatment of Older Persons3
PUBA 401State and Local Governance3
PUBH 423AIDS Service3
RECR 420Program Planning in Recreation Services3
ROML 60First-Year Seminar: Spanish and Entrepreneurship: Language, Culture, and North Carolina Communities3
SOCI 253Sociological Theory - Experiential3
SOCI 273Social and Economic Justice, Experiential Education3
SOCI 416Comparative Perspectives on Contemporary International Migration and Social Membership3-4
SOCI 417The City and Urbanization, Experiential Education3
SOCI 423Sociology of Education, Experiential Education3
SOCI 470Human Rights3
SOWO 492Seminar in Service Learning1-6
SPAN 293Spanish Service Learning1
SPAN 329Spanish for Professional and Community Engagement3
SPHS 400Autism in Our Communities: An Interdisciplinary Perspective3
WGST 340Leadership in Violence Prevention for Peer Educators3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

 Experiential Education – Field Work

AAAD 402African Media and Film: History and Practice3
AAAD 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
AERO 393Air and Space Expeditionary Training1
AMST 51First-Year Seminar: Navigating America3
AMST 57First-Year Seminar: Access to Higher Education3
AMST 283American Home3
AMST 285Access to Work in America3
AMST 385Gender and Economics3
AMST 394The University in American Life: The University of North Carolina3
AMST 394LRole of the University1
AMST 475Documenting Communities H3
ANTH 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
ANTH 356Artisans and Global Culture: Economic, Historical, Experiential, and Cross-Cultural Dimensions H3
ANTH 395Independent Fieldwork H1-12
ANTH 424Ritual, Festival, and Public Culture3
ANTH 451Field School in North American Archaeology H6
ANTH 453Field School in South American Archaeology H6
ANTH 625Ethnography and Life Stories3
ARMY 493Army Leadership Expeditionary Training1
ARTH 551Introduction to Museum Studies3
ARTS 364The Walking Seminar: A Territorial Investigation3
ARTS 500Senior Seminar3
ASTR 111LEducational Research in Radio Astronomy1
BIOL 274Plant Diversity3
BIOL 277LVertebrate Field Zoology Laboratory1
BIOL 410Principles and Methods of Teaching Biology4
BIOL 463Field Ecology4
BIOL 555Paleobotany: An Introduction to the Past History of Plants3
BIOL 661Plant Ecology4
BIOS 664Sample Survey Methodology4
BUSI 505Consulting to Entrepreneurial Firms3
BUSI 514STAR H4.5
BUSI 519STAR--Global H4.5
BUSI 650Symposium Core Committee1.5-3
CHEM 410Instructional Methods in the Chemistry Classroom4
CLAR 650Field School in Classical Archaeology6
CLAS 123Summer Study Abroad in Greece3
CLSC 540LClinical Hematology Laboratory4
CLSC 580LClinical Immunohematology Laboratory4
COMM 53First-Year Seminar: Collective Leadership Models for Community Change3
COMM 668The Ethnographic Return to Performance and Community H3
COMP 185Serious Games H3
COMP 227Effective Peer Teaching in Computer Science3
COMP 325How to Build a Software Startup3
COMP 393Software Engineering Practicum1-3
COMP 585Serious Games H3
ECON 285Access to Work in America3
ECON 385Gender and Economics3
EDUC 301Junior Transfer Seminar - Thriving in Transition3
EDUC 469Developing Skills for Teaching3
EDUC 493Practicum1-6
EDUC 524Learning on the Edge: Theories of Experiential Education3
EDUC 615Schools and Community Collaboration3
ENEC 220North Carolina Estuaries: Environmental Processes and Problems3
ENEC 259Coral Reef Ecology and Management1
ENEC 479Landscape Analysis3
ENEC 482Energy and the Environment: A Coastal Perspective3
EXSS 51First-Year Seminar: Entrepreneurship in Human Performance and Sport3
EXSS 207Coaching Principles3
EXSS 393Athletic Training Clinical1
FOLK 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
FOLK 424Ritual, Festival, and Public Culture3
FOLK 476Graffiti, Gods, and Gardens: Urban Folklore3
FOLK 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
FOLK 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
FOLK 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
GEOG 53First-Year Seminar: Battle Park: Carolina's Urban Forest3
GEOG 419Field Methods in Physical Geography3
GEOG 452Mobile Geographies: The Political Economy of Migration3
GEOL 72HFirst-Year Seminar: Field Geology of Eastern California3
GEOL 221Geology of North America3
GEOL 485Summer Field Course in Geology3
GEOL 486Summer Field Course in Geology3
GEOL 555Paleobotany: An Introduction to the Past History of Plants3
GLBL 382Latin American Migrant Perspectives: Ethnography and Action3
HIST 70First-Year Seminar: Seeing History in Everyday Places: Chapel Hill as a Case Study3
HPM 393Field Training in Health Policy and Management2
IDST 301American Colleges and Universities: Junior Transfer Seminar3
JAPN 451Swords, Tea Bowls, and Woodblock Prints: Exploring Japanese Material Culture3
JWST 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
JWST 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
LTAM 512Summer Intensive Continuing Course in Yucatec Maya6
MASC 220North Carolina Estuaries: Environmental Processes and Problems3
MASC 472Barrier Island Ecology and Geology6
MATH 410Teaching and Learning Mathematics4
MEJO 447International Media Studies3
MEJO 463News Lab: Creating Tomorrow's News Products3
MEJO 625Media Hub3
MUSC 269Music in the Community3
NURS 591Nursing Care of Adults with Major Health Problems, II8
PHYS 410Teaching and Learning Physics4
PLAN 375Real Estate Development3
POLI 196Independent Study in Political Science1-3
RELI 474Buddhist Meditation, Mindfulness, and Modernity3
SOCI 301American Colleges and Universities: Junior Transfer Seminar3
SOCI 413Social Movements and Collective Behavior, Experiential3
STOR 358Sample Survey Methodology4
WGST 385Gender and Economics3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

Experiential Education – Performing Arts

AMST 225LThe Practice of Stand Up Comedy1
ARTS 206Video II3
ARTS 233Wood Sculpture3
ARTS 243Metal Sculpture3
ARTS 253Phantasmagoria: Haunted Art, History, and Installation3
ARTS 300Studio 15: Art Majors Seminar3
ARTS 499Senior Projects3
ASIA 124Iranian Post-1979 Cinema3
ASIA 382The Story of Rama in Indian Culture--Experiential3
ASIA 383The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined--Experiential3
CHIN 242Chinese Qin Music3
CHIN 354Chinese Culture through Calligraphy3
COMM 466Advanced Study in Performing Literature3
COMM 562Oral History and Performance H3
COMM 644Documentary Production: First Person Filmmaking3
COMM 664Paranoia in Performance3
COMM 665Performing Consumer Culture3
COMM 666Media in Performance3
DRAM 85First-Year Seminar: Documentary Theatre H3
DRAM 88First-Year Seminar: Ecology and Performance3
DRAM 191Technical Methods: Scenery3
DRAM 192Technical Methods: Costume3
DRAM 193Production Practicum3
DRAM 196Dramatic Art Projects1-3
DRAM 260Advanced Stagecraft3
DRAM 460Stage Management3
DRAM 666Media in Performance3
ENGL 309Theatrical Writing for the Puppet Stage3
FOLK 562Oral History and Performance H3
GERM 373Denk ich an Deutschland. . .": German Lyrical Poetry through the Centuries3
GERM 374German Theater: Words Speak as Loudly as Actions3
HIST 562Oral History and Performance H3
MUSC 300Advanced Keyboard Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 302Advanced Voice Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 303Advanced String Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 304Advanced Woodwind Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 305Advanced Brass Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 306Advanced Percussion Lessons and Recital H3
MUSC 364UNC Summer Jazz Workshop3
MUSC 471Instrumental Performance Repertory3
MUSC 493Music Internship3
RELI 382The Story of Rama in Indian Culture--Experiential3
RELI 383The Mahabharata: Remembered and Reimagined--Experiential3
WGST 562Oral History and Performance H3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

 Experiential Education – Mentored Research

AAAD 334Performing African American History3
AAAD 395Undergraduate Research Seminar3
AAAD 691HHonors Research I3
AAAD 692HHonors Research II3
AMST 350Main Street Carolina: A Cultural History of North Carolina Downtowns H3
AMST 410Senior Seminar in Southern Studies3
AMST 671Introduction to Public History3
AMST 691HHonors in American Studies3
AMST 692HHonors in American Studies3
ANTH 240Action Research3
ANTH 248Anthropology and Public Interest3
ANTH 278Women in Science3
ANTH 477Visual Anthropology3
ANTH 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
ANTH 691HSeniors Honors Project in Anthropology3
ANTH 692HSenior Honors Thesis in Anthropology3
ARCH 691HSeniors Honors Thesis, Part 13
ARCH 692HSenior Honors Thesis, Part 23
ARTH 595Experience in Research1-3
ARTH 691HHonors in Art History3
ARTH 692HHonors in Art History3
ARTS 343MAKE: Art in the (New) Age3
ARTS 691HSenior Honors Thesis Project in Studio Art3
ARTS 692HSenior Honors Thesis Project in Studio Art3
ASIA 691HSenior Honors Thesis I3
ASIA 692HSenior Honors Thesis II3
ASTR 502Astrophysics II (Modern Research in Astrophysics)3
BIOL 395Undergraduate Research in Biology H1-3
BIOL 421LMicrobiology Laboratory with Research2
BIOL 692HSenior Honors Thesis in Biology3
BIOS 693HHonors Research in Biostatistics3
BIOS 694HHonors Research in Biostatistics3
BMME 395Research in Biomedical Engineering for Undergraduates1-3
BMME 691HHonors Thesis3
BMME 692HHonors Thesis3
BMME 698Senior Design Project II3
BUSI 692HHonors Thesis3
CHEM 395Research in Chemistry for Undergraduates H3
CHEM 397HHonors Colloquium in Chemistry1
CLAS 691HHonors Course3
CLAS 692HHonors Course3
CMPL 260Landscape in Literature and the Arts: Re-Imagining the Natural World3
CMPL 460Transnational Romanticism: Romantic Movements in Europe and the Americas3
CMPL 500Advanced Seminar3
CMPL 558The Lives and Times of Medieval Corpses3
CMPL 622Medieval Cosmopolitanisms3
CMPL 691HComparative Lit Senior Honors Thesis Part I3
CMPL 692HComparative Lit Senior Honors Thesis Part II3
COMM 472Rhetorical Criticism3
COMM 625Communication and Nonprofits in the Global Context3
COMM 691HHonors in Cultural Studies3
COMM 692HHonors in Cultural Studies3
COMM 693HHonors3
COMM 694HHonors3
COMP 495Mentored Research in Computer Science3
COMP 523Software Engineering Laboratory4
COMP 691HHonors Thesis in Computer Science3
COMP 692HHonors Thesis in Computer Science3
DRAM 691HHonors Project in Dramatic Art3
DRAM 692HHonors Project in Dramatic Art3
ECON 55First-Year Seminar: Economics of Sports3
ECON 570Applied Econometric Analysis H3
ECON 691HHonors Course3
ECON 692HHonors Course3
EDUC 318Peer Leadership in the University Environment2
EDUC 691HHonors Seminar in Education3
EDUC 694HHonors Thesis in Education3
EDUC 697Education Minor Capstone Course3
ENEC 395Research in Environmental Sciences and Studies for Undergraduates1-3
ENEC 492Social Science Research Methods3
ENEC 693HHonors Research in Environmental Sciences and Studies3
ENEC 694HHonors Project in Environmental Sciences and Studies3
ENEC 698Capstone: Analysis and Solution of Environmental Problems3
ENGL 55First-Year Seminar: Reading and Writing Women's Lives H3
ENGL 75First-Year Seminar: Interpreting the South from Manuscripts3
ENGL 76HFirst-Year Seminar: Biography: People and Places, Chapel Hill3
ENGL 274Approaches to Drama: Regional Productions3
ENGL 292Depictions of Childhood in Literature and the Visual Arts3
ENGL 295Undergraduate Research Seminar H3
ENGL 316Rhetorical Traditions H3
ENGL 496Independent Research1-3
ENGL 691HEnglish Senior Honors Thesis, Part I3
ENGL 692HEnglish Senior Honors Thesis, Part II3
ENGL 693HCreative Writing Senior Honors Thesis, Part I3
ENGL 694HCreative Writing Senior Honors Thesis, Part II3
ENGL 695Research Seminar3
ENVR 691HHonors Research3
ENVR 692HHonors Thesis3
ENVR 695Undergraduate Research1-3
ENVR 698Senior Capstone Course3
EXSS 395Undergraduate Research Course1-3
EXSS 693HSenior Honors Thesis3
EXSS 694HSenior Honors Thesis3
FOLK 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
FOLK 691HHonors Project in Folklore3
FOLK 692HHonors Thesis in Folklore3
FREN 691HHonors Thesis in French3
FREN 692HHonors Thesis in French3
GEOG 691HHonors3
GEOG 692HHonors3
GEOL 691HHonors3
GEOL 692HHonors3
GLBL 691HHonors in Global Studies3
GLBL 692HHonors in Global Studies3
GSLL 70First-Year Seminar: Teenage Kicks: Race, Class, and Gender in Postwar Youth Cultures3
GSLL 277The Moon in Song, Story, and Science: Mentored Research Projects in Cultural History3
GSLL 691HHonors Course3
GSLL 692HHonors Course3
GSLL 693HHonors Seminar3
HIST 398Undergraduate Seminar in History H3
HIST 671Introduction to Public History3
HIST 691HHonors in History3
HIST 692HHonors in History3
HPM 691HHonors Research3
HPM 692HIndependent Honors Research3
IDST 691HSenior Honors Thesis3
IDST 692HSenior Honors Thesis3
INLS 691HResearch Methods in Information Science3
INLS 692HHonors Thesis in Information Science3
ITAL 691HHonors Thesis3
ITAL 692HHonors Thesis in Italian3
LING 395Group Mentored Research1-3
LING 495Individual Mentored Research1-3
LING 691HSenior Honors Thesis3
LING 692HSenior Honors Thesis3
LTAM 691HHonors in Latin American Studies3
LTAM 692HHonors in Latin American Studies3
MASC 395Undergraduate Research in Marine Sciences1-3
MATH 296Directed Exploration in Mathematics1-3
MATH 396Undergraduate Reading and Research in Mathematics1-3
MATH 691HHonors Research in Mathematics3
MATH 692HHonors Thesis in Mathematics3
MEJO 691HIntroductory Honors Course3
MEJO 692HHonors Essay3
MUSC 66First-Year Seminar: A Course in Digital Humanities and Multimedia H3
MUSC 296Special Studies for Undergraduates1-3
MUSC 691HSenior Honors Thesis in Music I3
MUSC 692HSenior Honors Thesis in Music II3
NURS 691HHonors in Nursing, Part I3
NURS 692HHonors in Nursing, Part II3
NUTR 295Undergraduate Research Experience in Nutrition3
NUTR 692HHonors Research in Nutrition3
PHIL 261Ethics in Practice3
PHIL 292Introducing and Integrating Philosophy into Primary and Secondary Schools3
PHIL 691HCourses for Honors3
PHIL 692HCourses for Honors3
PHYS 295Research with Faculty Mentor I1-12
PHYS 395Research with Faculty Mentor II H1-12
PHYS 691HSenior Honor Thesis Research I3
PHYS 692HSenior Honor Thesis Research II3
PLAN 691HHonors Seminar in Urban and Regional Studies3
PLCY 691HHonors in Public Policy3
PLCY 692HHonors in Public Policy3
PLCY 698Senior Capstone in Public Policy3
POLI 150LInternational Relations and World Politics Research Laboratory1
POLI 196Independent Study in Political Science1-3
POLI 421Framing Public Policies3
POLI 691HHonors Seminar in Research Design3
POLI 692HHonors Thesis Research3
POLI 693HHonors Thesis Research3
PORT 691HHonors Thesis3
PORT 692HHonors Thesis in Portuguese3
PSYC 270Laboratory Research in Psychology4
PSYC 395Independent Research1-3
PSYC 403Advanced Biopsychology Laboratory H3
PSYC 509Applied Behavioral Analysis3
PSYC 693HHonors in Psychology I3
PSYC 694HHonors in Psychology II3
PWAD 670Peace Making in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict3
PWAD 673Post-Conflict Security Challenges3
PWAD 680Research Seminar in Peace, War, and Defense3
PWAD 691HHonors in Peace, War, and Defense3
PWAD 692HHonors in Peace, War, and Defense3
RECR 691HHonors in RECR3
RECR 692HHonors in RECR3
RELI 688Observation and Interpretation of Religious Action3
RELI 691HHonors in Religious Studies3
RELI 692HHonors in Religious Studies3
ROML 500Research Methods for Romance Languages and European Studies3
SOCI 691HSenior Honors Research and Seminar3
SOCI 692HSenior Honors Research and Seminar3
SPAN 691HHonors Thesis3
SPAN 692HHonors Thesis in Spanish3
STOR 496Undergraduate Reading and Research in Statistics and Operations Research1-3
STOR 691HHonors in Statistics and Analytics3
STOR 692HHonors in Statistics and Analytics3
WGST 278Women in Science3
WGST 691HHonors in Women's Studies3
WGST 692HHonors in Women's Studies3
H

Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.

U.S. Diversity (US), One Course

Courses in U.S. diversity help students develop a greater understanding of diverse peoples and cultures within the United States and thereby enhance their ability to fulfill the obligations of Unites States citizenship. These courses address in systematic fashion one or more aspects of diversity in the United States, whether arising from ethnic, generational, class, gender, sexual, regional, or religious differences.

AAAD 50First-Year Seminar: Defining Blackness3
AAAD 51First-Year Seminar: Masquerades of Blackness3
AAAD 130Introduction to African American and Diaspora Studies3
AAAD 231African American History since 18653
AAAD 252Blacks in the West3
AAAD 254Blacks in North Carolina3
AAAD 33020th-Century African American Art3
AAAD 332Remembering Race and Slavery3
AAAD 333Race and Public Policy in the United States3
AAAD 449Black Women in Cinema: From the Early 1900s to the Present3
AAAD 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
AAAD 491Theorizing Race3
AMST 54First-Year Seminar: The Indians' New Worlds: Southeastern Histories from 1200 to 18003
AMST 55First-Year Seminar: Birth and Death in the United States H3
AMST 56Exploring American Memory3
AMST 59First-Year Seminar: American Indian Art in the 20th Century3
AMST 60First-Year Seminar: American Indians in History, Law, and Literature3
AMST 102Myth and History in American Memory3
AMST 110Introduction to the Cultures and Histories of Native North America3
AMST 201Literary Approaches to American Studies3
AMST 203Approaches to American Indian Studies3
AMST 210Approaches to Southern Studies: A Historical Analysis of the American South3
AMST 211Approaches to Southern Studies: The Literary and Cultural Worlds of the American South3
AMST 231Native American History: The East3
AMST 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
AMST 246Indigenous Storytelling: Oral, Written, and Visual Literatures of Native America3
AMST 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
AMST 252Muslim American Literatures and Cultures3
AMST 255Mid-20th-Century American Thought and Culture3
AMST 258Captivity and American Cultural Definition3
AMST 259Tobacco and America3
AMST 266The Folk Revival: The Singing Left in Mid-20th-Century America3
AMST 269Mating and Marriage in American Culture3
AMST 276Food and American Studies: Cooking Up a Storm3
AMST 317Adoption in America3
AMST 325Encountering Art in the Unexpected: Borderlands and Story in Contemporary American Visual Art3
AMST 335Defining America II H3
AMST 336Native Americans in Film3
AMST 337Beyond Red Power: American Indian Activism since 19003
AMST 338Native American Novel3
AMST 339The Long 1960s in Native America3
AMST 341Digital Native America3
AMST 360The Jewish Writer in American Life3
AMST 371LGTBQ Film and Fiction from 1950 to the Present3
AMST 374America's Threatened Languages3
AMST 375Carolina Cooks, Carolina Eats: North Carolina Food and Culture3
AMST 394The University in American Life: The University of North Carolina3
AMST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
AMST 510Federal Indian Law and Policy3
AMST 511American Indians and American Law3
AMST 512Race and American Law3
ANTH 54First-Year Seminar: The Indians' New Worlds: Southeastern Histories from 1200 to 18003
ANTH 62First-Year Seminar: Indian Country Today3
ANTH 67First-Year Seminar: Blackness and Racialization: A Multidimensional Approach3
ANTH 92UNITAS3
ANTH 93UNITAS3
ANTH 194Anthropology and Community Development3
ANTH 202Introduction to Folklore3
ANTH 203Approaches to American Indian Studies3
ANTH 206American Indian Societies3
ANTH 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
ANTH 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
ANTH 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
ANTH 538Disease and Discrimination in Colonial Atlantic America3
ANTH 539Environmental Justice3
ANTH 625Ethnography and Life Stories3
ARTH 113Art and Sports in the Americas3
ARTH 38720th-Century African American Art3
ARTH 485Art of the Harlem Renaissance3
ASIA 350The Asian American Experience3
ASIA 360Contemporary Asian American Literature and Theory3
ASIA 445Asian Religions in America3
CHIN 631Writing Chinese (in) America: Advanced Studies of a Foreign Literature from United States Homeland3
CMPL 133Great Books II: Imaging the Americas from the Late 18th Century to the Present3
COMM 63First-Year Seminar: The Creative Process in Performance3
COMM 224Introduction to Gender and Communication H3
COMM 318Cultural Diversity3
COMM 374The Southern Experience in Rhetoric3
COMM 422Family Communication H3
COMM 437United States Black Culture and Performance3
COMM 576Making and Manipulating "Race" in the United States3
COMM 577Rhetoric and Black Culture3
COMP 80First-Year Seminar: Enabling Technology--Computers Helping People H3
EDUC 510Mexican American and Chicana/o Experience in Education3
EDUC 533Social Justice in Education3
EDUC 615Schools and Community Collaboration3
EDUC 628Teaching English Language Learners3
ENGL 53First-Year Seminar: Slavery and Freedom in African American Literature and Film3
ENGL 58First-Year Seminar: The Doubled Image: Photography in U.S. Latina/o Short Fiction H3
ENGL 59First-Year Seminar: Black Masculinity and Femininity3
ENGL 63First-Year Seminar: Banned Books H3
ENGL 80First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Persuasion: Southern Women's Rhetoric3
ENGL 88First Year Seminar: The Legacy of the Japanese American Internment: from WWII to 9/113
ENGL 129Literature and Cultural Diversity3
ENGL 139Currents in Sexuality Studies3
ENGL 140Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Culture and Literature3
ENGL 202Introduction to Folklore3
ENGL 246Introduction to American Indian Literatures3
ENGL 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
ENGL 265Literature and Race, Literature and Ethnicity H3
ENGL 267Growing Up Latina/o3
ENGL 269Introduction to Disability Studies3
ENGL 270Studies in Asian American Literature3
ENGL 271Mixed-Race America: Race in Contemporary American Literature and Culture3
ENGL 315English in the U.S.A. H3
ENGL 354The Lived Experience of Inequality and Public Policy3
ENGL 359Latina Feminisms3
ENGL 360Contemporary Asian American Literature and Theory3
ENGL 361Asian American Women's Writing3
ENGL 370Race, Health, and Narrative H3
ENGL 371The Place of Asian Americans in Southern Literature H3
ENGL 487Everyday Stories: Personal Narrative and Legend3
ENGL 611Narrative, Literature, and Medicine: Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar3
ENGL 665Queer Latina/o Literature, Performance, and Visual Art3
ENGL 666Queer Latina/o Photography and Literature3
ENGL 670Being and Race in African American Literature3
EXSS 50First-Year Seminar: Discrimination and Sport3
FOLK 77First-Year Seminar: The Poetic Roots of Hip-Hop: Hidden Histories of African American Rhyme H3
FOLK 202Introduction to Folklore3
FOLK 340Southern Styles, Southern Cultures4
FOLK 375Carolina Cooks, Carolina Eats: North Carolina Food and Culture3
FOLK 476Graffiti, Gods, and Gardens: Urban Folklore3
FOLK 480Vernacular Traditions in African American Music4
FOLK 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
FOLK 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
FOLK 487Everyday Stories: Personal Narrative and Legend3
FOLK 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
FOLK 560Southern Literature and the Oral Tradition3
HIST 79First-Year Seminar: Coming of Age in 20th Century America3
HIST 110Introduction to the Cultures and Histories of Native North America3
HIST 120Sport and American History3
HIST 121History of Religion in North America3
HIST 127American History to 18653
HIST 144Women in the United States from Settlement to Present3
HIST 231Native American History: The East3
HIST 234Native American Tribal Studies H3
HIST 239Religion in North America since 18653
HIST 241History of Latinos in the United States3
HIST 355American Women's History to 18653
HIST 356American Women's History, 1865 to the Present3
HIST 361Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Histories in the United States3
HIST 366North Carolina History before 18653
HIST 375History of Gender in America3
HIST 376History of African Americans to 18653
HIST 381Bebop to Hip-Hop: The Modern Black Freedom Struggle through Music3
HIST 382The History of the Civil Rights Movement3
HIST 383Big-Time College Sports and the Rights of Athletes, 1956-Present3
HIST 384America in the Sixties H3
HIST 475Feminist Movements in the United States since 1945 H3
HIST 561The American Colonial Experience3
HIST 574Spanish Borderlands in North America3
ITAL 340Italian America in Literature and Film3
JWST 360The Jewish Writer in American Life3
JWST 481The Changing Lives of Jewish Objects3
JWST 486Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South3
JWST 505Traditions in Transition: Jewish Folklore and Ethnography3
LING 484Discourse and Dialogue in Ethnographic Research3
LTAM 291The Latino Experience in the United States3
MEJO 342The Black Press and United States History3
MEJO 441Diversity and Communication3
MEJO 442Gender, Class, Race, and Mass Media3
MEJO 443Latino Media Studies3
MEJO 459Community Journalism3
MUSC 143Introduction to Rock Music3
MUSC 144Introduction to Country Music3
MUSC 145Introduction to Jazz3
MUSC 148Introduction to Black Music3
MUSC 280Jazz Innovators3
PHIL 57First-Year Seminar: Race and Affirmative Action3
PHIL 274African American Political Philosophy H3
PHIL 275Moral and Philosophical Issues of Gender in Society H3
PHIL 473American Political Philosophy3
PHIL 475Philosophical Issues in Gender, Race, and Class3
PLCY 54First-Year Seminar: U.S. Immigration3
PLCY 349Immigration Policy in the 21st Century3
PLCY 354The Lived Experience of Inequality and Public Policy3
PLCY 365Sexuality, Gender, and Public Policy3
PLCY 425Risks, Shocks, and the Safety Net3
PLCY 530Educational Problems and Policy Solutions H3
POLI 56First-Year Seminar: American Political Autobiography3
POLI 71First-Year Seminar: Politics of Race, Ethnicity, Language, Religion, and Gender H3
POLI 203Race, Innocence, and the Decline of the Death Penalty4
POLI 217Women and Politics3
POLI 220Race, Ethnicity, and Electoral Representation in the United States3
POLI 248Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice3
POLI 255International Migration and Citizenship Today H3
POLI 280American Political Thought H3
POLI 333Race and Public Policy in the United States3
POLI 404Race, Immigration, and Urban Politics3
POLI 419Race and Politics in the Contemporary United States H3
POLI 422Minority Representation in the American States3
POLI 428Sexuality, Race, and Gender: Identity and Political Representation