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 Class Search to add the relevant class(es) to your shopping cart and finalize the enrollment process.

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Summer 2023 Upper-Division Electives

Each semester, the College of Arts & Sciences Curriculum Office puts together a list of upper-division classes that are NOT restricted to specific majors or minors and do NOT have prerequisites. The list is designed to help Juniors and Seniors in A&S work toward the 45 upper-division credit hours (at least 30 of which must be in A&S) that are required for graduation.

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Summer 2023 Featured Classes

Keep checking this page for more Summer/Fall 2023 Featured Classes!

Anthropology

ANTH 4020: Beyond the Serengeti: An examination of Conservation and Indigenous Peoples in Tanzania
Education Abroad, program runs 6/9/23-6/25/23
This course will explore globalization and development and link them to events in Tanzania, using specific communities (Maasai, Iraqw, and Hadzabe) as examples. It will also delve into the ecological and political issues associated with the national park model of conservation. This Western model will be compared with indigenous resource management practices. Students will be immersed in community-managed and local participatory conservation and sustainable tourism projects.
Apply by February 1st