Students: Need ideas for your next semester's course schedule?
Reach out to your academic advisor if you have questions about the options you see here.
Faculty & Staff: Have a class that you would like to feature?
Send your request to the Academic Advising Center main office.
There are many great A&S courses available for the upcoming semester! This electronic bulletin board is designed to highlight a number of new and featured classes offered across the College of Arts and Sciences. Once you have identified a class of interest, log in to MyCUInfo to add the relevant class(es) to your shopping cart and finalize the enrollment process.
GEOG 4603/5603: GIS in the Social and Natural Sciences
LING 2400: Language, Gender & Sexuality
NRSC 2100: Introduction to Neuroscience
*Check prerequisites. Ideal for those interested in the Neuroscience major
Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
New Interdisciplinary AHUM courses
All courses that are listed or crosslisted as AHUM can count towards the Arts & Humanities Gen Ed requirement!
ARTH/AHUM 4419: The Arts of Colonial Mexico and Peru
ARTH/AHUM 4929-002: Special Topics in Art History: Contemporary Art & Ecology
How can artists help in the fight for climate justice? This course explores ecologically engaged contemporary art and visual culture from the 1960s to the present. We’ll look at documentary and activist art attempting to resist environmental destruction and to highlight its unequal impacts on different places and peoples around the globe.
ENGL 2006/AHUM 2000-001: American Comics and Graphic Novels: An Ambivalent Art
Watch Professor William Kuskin's six-part video series on comics to get a glimpse of this course!
ENGL 2036/AHUM 2000-002: Introduction to Media Studies in the Humanities
GRMN/AHUM 4301: Gender, Race, and Immigration in Germany and Europe
More featured courses
Check out these additional featured courses for Fall 2021!
Center for Western Civilization
CWCV 4000: Foundations of Western Civilization
Section 002: The History of Liberalism
Section 004: Mind vs. Money: The History of Anti-Capitalist Thought
LING 1200: Programming for Linguistics
PHYS 3000: Science and Public Policy
THTR 2043-001: Voice and Movement for the Stage
*Now open to all students
Writing and Rhetoric
WRTG 3045: Writing for Emerging Workplaces