This list of approved courses gives students the freedom to structure their PACS program of study in ways that focus on aspects of the field that best address their interests and career plans. To do this most effectively, students are urged to work closely with their advisors to select courses that complement and reinforce one another. Departments offer new and special topics courses each semester, so please check with the PACS Director if you wish to include courses that are not listed here. 

Following is a proposed revision of courses currently listed as options for completion of the certificate’s in-major and outside-major credit hour requirements. The existing list had not been reviewed in over a decade, and several of its entries had been discontinued or modified by offering units. This list subsequently reflects updated information for continuing listings, and adds new listings. Those new listings reflect the program’s recent addition of a security focus, accommodate interim development of new units and courses, and maximize the potential for certificate enrollment by students from various CU majors. They also reflect interim shifts in the contemporary landscape of social, political, and economic conflicts (e.g., growing prominence of climate change).

  1. All courses have been selected from CU Boulder 2016-17 Catalog listings.
  2. Courses were selected based on sufficient, plausible connection demonstrated in titles and descriptions to significant topics in peace, conflict, and security studies (e.g., war, immigration, crime, political activism, etc.).
  3. All courses listed are 3-credit offerings unless otherwise noted by the designation “(#)” following the course title.
  4. Listings for RAPS scheduled for closure in Fall 2017 are not included.
  5. Listings are presented in two formats:
    1. Alphabetical, by Department or Program Acronym (see below). This format is intended to provide students with convenient reference for locating approved courses offered within their major (i.e., to satisfy related certificate requirements). Advising experience indicates that this is the predominant search mode used by certificate students.
    2. By major theme or topic related to peace, conflict, and security studies. This format is intended to help PACS students combine courses inside and outside their majors to develop a coherent, focused experience, oriented to their choice of specific sources, sites, and modes of conflict. Each category includes a list of related topics in order to stimulate this development. Inclusion of courses in these categories is intended to be illustrative, not exhaustive. Categories reflect both documented and anticipated student interests. In some cases, courses have been included in more than one category. 

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  • AIRR 2010 (1): The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power 1
  • AIRR 2020 (1): The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power 2                    
  • AIRR-4010: National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty
  • AIRR-4020: National Security Forces in Contemporary American Society

  • ANTH 1100: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: The Tamils                
  • ANTH 1105: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: Tibet
  • ANTH 1115: The Caribbean in Post-Colonial Perspective
  • ANTH 1120: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: Hopi and Navajo
  • ANTH 1140: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: The Maya
  • ANTH 1145: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: The Aztecs
  • ANTH 1150: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: Regional Cultures of Africa
  • ANTH 1170: Exploring Culture and Gender through Film
  • ANTH 1200: Culture and Power
  • ANTH 3009: Modern Issues, Ancient Times
  • ANTH 3010: The Human Animal
  • ANTH 3100: Africa: Peoples and Societies in Change
  • ANTH 3110: Ethnography of Mexico and Central America
  • ANTH 3160: Peoples of the South Pacific
  • ANTH 3170: America: An Anthropological Perspective
  • ANTH 3180: Gender, Culture, and Sexuality
  • ANTH 3300: Elements of Religion
  • ANTH 4020: Police and Democractic States
  • ANTH 4050: Anthropology of Jews and Judaism
  • ANTH 4180: Anthropological Perspectives: Contemporary Issues: War & Refugees
  • ANTH 4500: Cross-Cultural Aspects of Socioeconomic Development
  • ANTH 4505: Globalization and Transnational Culture
  • ANTH 4530: Theoretical Foundations of Sociocultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 4580: The Holocaust: An Anthropological Perspective
  • ANTH 4610: Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 4620: Nationalism and Cultural Citizenship
  • ANTH 4630: Nomadic Peoples of East Africa
  • ANTH 4690: Anthropology of Tibet
  • ANTH 4730: Latin American Politics and Culture through Film and Text
  • ANTH 4735: Latin American Politics and Culture through Film and Text
  • ANTH 4740: Peoples and Cultures of Brazil
  • ANTH 4750: Culture and Society in South Asia
  • ANTH 4760: Ethnography of Southeast Asia and Indonesia
  • ANTH 4800: Language and Culture

  • APRD 3300: Crisis Communication in Public Relations

  • ARAB 1011: Introduction to Arab and Islamic Civilizations.
  • ARAB 3230: Islamic Culture and the Iberian Peninsula
  • ARAB 3340: Representing Islam
  • ARAB 3410: Gender, Sexuality and Culture in the Modern Middle East
  • ARAB 4250: Arabic Media

  • ARSC 2000: Ways of Knowing: Constructions of Knowledge in the Academy and Beyond
  • ARSC 3001 (6): Social Engagement & Human Rights: The South Africa Model
  • ARSC 3100: Multicultural Perspective and Academic Discourse
  • ARSC 3600: Diversity Issues: Higher Education

  • ASIA 2000: Gateway to Modern Asia: Exploring Regional Connections

  • ATOC 1050: Weather and the Atmosphere
  • ATOC 1060: Our Changing Environment: El Nino, Ozone, and Climate
  • ATOC 3300: Analysis of Climate and Weather Observations
  • ATOC 3600: Principles of Climate

  • BAKR 1600: Creating a Sustainable Future

  • BCOR 2003: Business Law, Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • BCOR 3000: Business Law, Ethics, and Public Policy
  • BCOR 3010: Business Applications of Social Responsibility

  • CESR 4820: Exp. Sem-Social Entrepreneurship: Designing a Better World

  • CHEM 1011: Environmental Chemistry 1
  • CHEM 1031 (4): Environmental Chemistry 2
  • CHEM 3151: Air Chemistry and Pollution
  • CHEM 3251: Sustainable Energy from a Chemistry Perspective

  • CHEN 1000: Creative Technology
  • CHEN 3660: Energy Fundamentals

  • CHIN 1012: Introduction to Chinese Civilization
  • CHIN 2441: Film and the Dynamics of Chinese Culture

  • CVEN 3414: Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering
  • CVEN 3424: Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • CVEN 3434: Introduction to Applied Ecology
  • CVEN 4323: Water Resource Engineering Design
  • CVEN 4554: Fundamentals of Air Quality Management
  • CVEN 4594: Water Reuse and Reclamation
  • CVEN 4474: Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management
  • CVEN 4718: Mechanics and Dynamics of Glaciers

  • CLAS 2041: War and Society in Ancient Greece
  • CLAS 4021: Athens and Greek Democracy
  • CLAS 4041: Classical Greek Political Thought
  • CLAS 4120: Greek and Roman Tragedy
  • CLAS 4761: Roman Law

  • COMM 2360: Campaigns and Revolutions
  • COMM 2400: Discourse, Culture and Identities
  • COMM 2500: Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 2600: Organizational Communication
  • COMM 3000: Issues in Communication
  • COMM 3320: Persuasion in Society
  • COMM 3340: Political Communication
  • COMM 3410: Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 3700: Communication and Conflict Management
  • COMM 4300: Senior Seminar: Rhetoric
  • COMM 4510: Senior Seminar: Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 4600: Senior Seminar: Organizational Communication

  • CSCI 1000 (1): Computer Science as a Field of Work and Study
  • CSCI 3100 (1): Software and Society
  • CSCI 3112 (1-3): Human Centered Computing Professional Development
  • CSCI 4328 (4): Software Project Management and Mentoring
  • CSCI 4338 (2): Software Project Management
  • CSCI 4348 (4): Startup Essentials: Entrepreneurial Projects in Computing
  • CSCI 4413: Computer Security and Ethical Hacking

  • EBIO 3040 (4): Conservation Biology
  • EBIO 3110: Population and Community Ecology
  • EBIO 3180: Global Ecology
  • EBIO 3590 (4): Plants and Society

  • ECEN 1500: Sustainable Energy
  • ECEN 3070: Edges of Science

  • ECON 2020: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 3403: International Economics and Policy
  • ECON 3535: Natural Resource Economics
  • ECON 3545: Environmental Economics
  • ECON 3784: Economic Development and Policy
  • ECON 4211: Public Economics: the Economics of the Government Sector
  • ECON 4221: Political and Public Choice Economics
  • ECON 4242: Urban Economics: The Economics of Cities
  • ECON 4292: Migration, Immigrant Adaptation, and Development
  • ECON 4413: International Trade
  • ECON 4423: International Finance
  • ECON 4504: The New Institutional Economics: Institutions, Contracts and Economic Outcomes
  • ECON 4535: Natural Resource Economics
  • ECON 4545: Environmental Economics
  • ECON 4616: Labor Economics
  • ECON 4626: The Economics of Inequality and Discrimination
  • ECON 4646: Topics in Health Economics
  • ECON 4774: Economic Reform in Developing Countries
  • ECON 4784: Economic Development
  • ECON 4794: Economic Growth

  • EDUC 2400: Cultural Diversity and Awareness
  • EDUC 2919: Renewing Democracy in Communities and Schools
  • EDUC 3013: School and Society

  • EMEN 4200: Engineering and Entrepreneurship for the Developing World

  • ENGL 1230: Environmental Literature
  • ENGL 1800: American Ethnic Literatures
  • ENGL 2707: Introduction to Lesbian, Bisexual, and Gay Literature
  • ENGL 2717: American Indian Literature
  • ENGL 2727: Survey of African American Literature
  • ENGL 2737: Survey of African American Literature 2
  • ENGL 2747: Chicana/Chicano and Mexican Literature
  • ENGL 2767: Survey of Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENGL 3217: Topics in Gender Studies
  • ENGL 3310: The Bible as Literature
  • ENGL 3377: Multicultural Literature
  • ENGL 3677: Jewish-American Literature
  • ENGL 3796: Queer Theory
  • ENG 4018: Global, Transnational and Postcolonial Approaches to Post-1600 Literature
  • ENGL 4287: Special Topics in LGBT Literature
  • ENGL 4697: Special Topics in Multicultural and Ethnic American Literature
  • ENGL 4717: Native American and Indigenous Studies Capstone Seminar

  • ENVD 1032: Urban Land in Peril
  • ENVD 2001: Human Behavior in Design and Planning
  • ENVD 3001: Environment and Behavior
  • ENVD 3131: Citizen Participation in Design and Planning

  • EVEN 1000 (1): Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • EVEN 4434 (4): Environmental Engineering Design

  • ENST 4150: Energy Policy Project
  • ENVS 1000: Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • ENVS 2100: Topics in Applied Environmental Studies
  • ENVS 3001: Sustainable Solutions Consulting
  • ENVS 3032: Environment, Media and Society
  • ENVS 3070: Energy and the Environment
  • ENVS 3140: Environmental Ethics
  • ENVS 3173: Creative Climate Communication
  • ENVS 3434: Introduction to Applied Ecology
  • ENVS 3520: Energy and Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  • ENVS 3521: Climate Politics and Policy
  • ENVS 3600: Principles of Climate
  • ENVS 3621: Energy Policy and Society
  • ENVS 4027: Inequality, Democracy, and the Environment
  • ENVS 4800: Capstone: Critical Thinking in Environmental Studies

  • ESBM 4826: Exp. Sem-Social Entrepreneurship: Designing a Better World

  • ETHN-1022: Introduction to Africana Studies
  • ETHN-1023: Introduction to Native American and Indigenous Studies
  • ETHN 1025: Introduction to Asian American Studies
  • ETHN 1123: Exploring a Non-Western Culture: Hopi and Navajo
  • ETHN 2001: Foundations: Race and Ethnicity in the United States
  • ETHN 2013: Critical Issues in Native North America
  • ETHN 2044: Crime and Society
  • ETHN 2232: Contemporary African American Social Movements
  • ETHN 2242: African American Social and Political Thought
  • ETHN 2432: African American History
  • ETHN 2536: Survey of Chicana/o History and Culture
  • ETHN 2703: American Indian Religious Traditions
  • ETHN 3015: Asian Pacific American Communities
  • ETHN 3026: Women of Color: Chicanas in U.S. Society
  • ETHN 3044: Race, Class, Gender, and Crime
  • ETHN-3104 (3) Selected Topics in American Studies
  • ETHN 3136: Chicana Feminisms and Knowledges
  • ETHN 3201: Multicultural Leadership: Theories, Principles and Practices
  • ETHN 3314: Violence Against Women and Girls
  • ETHN 3403: Indigenous Rights and Red Power Movement
  • ETHN 3575: Japanese American Internment: Critical Thinking in Sociocultural Diversity
  • ETHN 3671: People of Color and Social Movements
  • ETHN 4001: Screening Race, Class & Gender in the U.S. and the Global Borderland
  • ETHN 4006: Chicana/Chicano Native American Cultures of the U.S.
  • ETHN 4084: Punishment, Law and Society
  • ETHN 4306: The Chicana and Chicano and U.S. Social Systems
  • ETHN 4553: Indigenous Representations in the United States
  • ETHN 4672: Seminar on the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
  • ETHN 4714: Sport and Social Justice

  • FARR 1562: Gandhi's Satyagraha: Love in Action for Humans and Other Creatures
  • FARR 2510: Exploring Good and Evil through Film
  • FARR 2660: Ethics of Ambition
  • FARR 2820: Future of the Spaceship Earth

  • FRSI 1011: Introduction to Persian Civilization

  • FILM 2613: Exploring Good and Evil Through Film
  • FILM 3032: Stage Tragedy and Film
  • FILM 3041: Environmental Cinema
  • FILM 3503: German Film Through World War II
  • FILM 3513: German Film and Society 1945-1989
  • FILM 3514: German Film & Society After 1989
  • FILM 4001: Screening Race, Class & Gender in the U.S. and the Global Borderland

  • FREN 1750: French Colonialism: North Africa and the Middle East
  • FREN 3700: French-American Cultural Differences
  • FREN 3800: France and the Muslim World
  • FREN 4860: War, Trauma, and Memory: Amnesias, Revisions, and Representations of Traumatic History

  • GEEN-1400: Engineering Projects
  • GEEN 2400: Engineering Projects for the Community

  • GEOG 1962: Geographies of Global Change
  • GEOG 1972: Environment-Society Geography
  • GEOG 1992: Human Geographies
  • GEOG 3402: Natural Hazards
  • GEOG 3422: Political Ecology
  • GEOG 3601: Principles of Climate
  • GEOG 3662: Economic Geography
  • GEOG 3672: Gender and the Global Economy
  • GEOG 3682: Geography of International Development
  • GEOG 3692: Introduction to Global Public Health
  • GEOG 3742: Place, Power, and Contemporary Culture
  • GEOG 4292: Migration, Immigrant Adaptation, and Development
  • GEOG 4501: Water Resources and Water Management of Western United States
  • GEOG 4632: Development Geography
  • GEOG 4712: Political Geography
  • GEOG 4742: Topics in Environment and Society
  • GEOG 4762: Geographies of Political Islam: Empire, Terror and Revolution
  • GEOG 4852: Health and Medical Geography

 
  • GEOL 1060: Global Change---An Earth Science Perspective
  • GEOL 3130: Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast
  • GEOL 3520: Energy & Climate Change: An Interdisciplinary Approach

  • GRMN 2301: Inside Nazi Germany: Politics, Culture, and Everyday Life in the Third Reich
  • GRMN 2502: Representing the Holocaust
  • GRMN 2603: Moral Dilemmas in Philosophy and Literature
  • GRMN 3150: Issues in German Politics and Literature
  • GRMN 3501: German-Jewish Writers: From the Enlightenment to the Present
  • GRMN 3503: German Film Through World War II
  • GRMN 3505: The Enlightenment: Tolerance and Emancipation
  • GRMN 3513: German Film and Society 1945-1989
  • GRMN 3514: German Film & Society After 1989
  • GRMN 3802: Politics and Culture in Berlin 1900-1933
  • GRMN 4251: Marxism
  • GRMN 4301: Gender, Race and Immigration in Germany and Europe
  • GSLL 3600: Contemporary Jewish Societies
  • SCAN 3206: Nordic Colonialisms
  • SCAN 3301: Radical Nationalism in Contemporary Northern Europe

  • GSAP 1000: World Politics and Society
  • GSAP 2010: Introduction to National Security

  • HIND 1011: Introduction to South Asian Civilizations
  • HIND 3661: South Asian Diasporas: Imagining Home Abroad
  • HIND 3811: The Power of the Word: Subversive and Censored 20th Century Indo-Pakistani Literature

  • HIST 1012: Empire, Revolution and Global War: European History Since 1600
  • HIST 1308: Introduction to Middle Eastern History
  • HIST 1528: Introduction to South Asian History since 1757
  • HIST 1626: Introduction to Central and East European History since 1770
  • HIST 1628: Introduction to Chinese History since 1644
  • HIST 1708: Introduction to Japanese History
  • HIST 1800: Introduction to Global History
  • HIST 1828: Introduction to Jewish History since 1492
  • HIST 2100: Revolution in History
  • HIST 2126: Issues in Modern U.S. Politics and Foreign Relations
  • HIST 2166: The Vietnam Wars
  • HIST 2220: History of War and Society
  • HIST 3116: Seminar in American Diplomatic History
  • HIST 3800: Seminar in Global History
  • HIST 4018: Aztecs, Incas, and the Spanish Conquest of the Americas
  • HIST 4040: The History of Space Exploration and Defense
  • HIST 4048: Latin American Revolutions
  • HIST 4050: A Global History of World War II
  • HIST 4083: Revolution and Nationalism in Modern Ireland
  • HIST 4109: World War II in Asia and the Pacific
  • HIST 4116: History of U.S. Foreign Relations, 1865-1940
  • HIST 4126: History of U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1941
  • HIST 4146: U.S. Military History since 1898
  • HIST 4166: The Vietnam War in Politics and Culture
  • HIST 4258: Africa under European Colonial Rule
  • HIST 4315: Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 4326: Health and Disease in United States History
  • HIST 4328: The Modern Middle East, 1600 to the Present
  • HIST 4329: Islam in the Modern World: Revivalism, Modernism, and Fundamentalism, 1800-2001
  • HIST 4338: History of Modern Israel/Palestine
  • HIST 4339: Borderlands of the British Empire
  • HIST 4349: Decolonization of the British Empire
  • HIST 4366: Culture Wars: Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Modern U.S.
  • HIST 4378: History of Modern Jewish-Muslim Relations
  • HIST 4412: Europe, 1890--1945
  • HIST 4422: World War I in Europe
  • HIST 4435: United States History, 1945-1973
  • HIST 4437: African American History, 1619--1865
  • HIST 4442: Europe since 1945
  • HIST 4526: Immigrants, Workers and the 1 percent - Recent U.S. Social History
  • HIST 4538: History of Modern India
  • HIST 4546: Popular Culture in the Modern United States
  • HIST 4558: Buddha to Gandhi: A History of Indian Nonviolence
  • HIST 4636: Lesbian and Gay History: Culture, Politics, and Social Change in the United States
  • HIST 4638: Contemporary China: Radicalism and Reform, 1949 to Present
  • HIST 4640: Women, Gender and War
  • HIST 4711: The Medieval Crusades: Holy War and Its History, 1095--1400
  • HIST 4820: Human Rights: Historical Perspectives

  • HONR 2250: Ethics of Ambition
  • HONR 2251: Introduction to the Bible
  • HONR 3810: Privilege and Modern Social Construction
  • HONR 4025: Heroines and Heroic Tradition

  • HUEN 1850: Engineering in History: The Social Impact of Technology
  • HUEN 2010: Tradition and Identity
  • HUEN 2130: History of Modern Technology from 1750 to the Atomic Bomb
  • HUEN 2210: Engineering, Science, and Society

  • HUMN 3240: Tradition and Identity
  • HUMN 4650: Religion, Power, Modernity
  • HUMN 4835: Literature and Social Violence

  • IAFS 1000: Global Issues and International Affairs
  • IAFS 3000: Special Topics in International Affairs
  • IAFS 3520: Global Seminar: Justice, Human Rights and Democracy in Israel
  • IAFS 3530: Global Seminar: Jews and Muslims - The Multiethnic History of Istanbul
  • IAFS 3610: Topics in International Affairs and Jewish Studies
  • IAFS 3630: Radical Nationalism in Contemporary Northern Europe
  • IAFS 3650: History of Arab-Israeli Conflict
  • IAFS 4500: The Post-Cold War World

  • INVS 1513: Civic Engagement: Using the Electoral Process as a Tool for Social Change
  • INVS 1523: Civic Engagement: Democracy as a Tool for Social Change
  • INVS 3000: Innovative Approaches to Contemporary Issues through Service Learning
  • INVS 3302: Facilitating Peaceful Community Change
  • INVS 3402: Implementing Social and Environmental Change
  • INVS 4302: Critical Thinking in Development
  • INVS 4402: Nonviolent Social Movements
  • INVS 4932: Community Leadership in Action, Part 2

 

  • JRNL 3202: Covering Political Campaigns
  • JRNL 3401: Sociology of News
  • JRNL 3651:  Media Law and Ethics
  • JRNL 4351: Reporting Wars, Conflict and Peace
  • JRNL 4411: International Media and Global Crises
  • JRNL 4822: Reporting on the Environment
  • MDST 3002: Digital Culture and Politics
  • MDST 3201: Media, Culture and Globalization
  • MDST 3711: Media and Culture
  • MDST 3791: Media and the Public
  • MDST 4311: Mass Communication Criticism
  • MDST 4331: Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality in Popular Culture
  • MDST 4341: International Media and Global Crises
  • MDST 4371: Media and Religion

  • JPNS 3881: Environment, Nature and Disaster in Japanese Literature and Culture

  • JWST 2502: Representing the Holocaust
  • JWST 2600: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • JWST 3310: The Bible as Literature

  • LGBT 2000: Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
  • LGBT 3796: Queer Theory
  • LGBT 4287: Special Topics in LGBT, Multicultural, and Postcolonial Literature
  • LGBT 4400: Critical Inquiries in Transgender Studies

 
  • LING 1000: Language in U.S. Society
  • LING 1020: Languages of the World
  • LING 2400: Language and Gender
  • LING 3545: World Language Policies

  • MCEN 2000 (1): Mechanical Engineering Professionalism & Career Seminar
  • MCEN 4032: Sustainable Energy

  • MGMT 3010: Negotiation and Conflict Management

  • MKTG 4650: Institutional Relationships and Strategy

  • MILR 2031: Methods of Leadership and Management 1
  • MILR 2041: Methods of Leadership and Management 2
  • MILR 3052: Military Operations and Training 1
  • MILR 3062: Military Operations and Training 2

  • MUSC 2772: World Musics: Asia and Oceania
  • MUSC 2782: World Musics: Africa, Europe, and the Americas
  • MUSC 4012: African Music
  • MUSC 4112: Ethnomusicology
  • MUSC 4142: American Indian Music
  • MUSC 4152: East Asian Music
  • MUSC 4892: Latin American Music

  • NAVR 2020: Seapower and Maritime Affairs
  • NAVR 3101: Evolution of Warfare
  • NAVR 4020: Leadership and Ethics
  • NAVR 4101: Seapower and Maritime Affairs

  • PHIL 1100: Ethics
  • PHIL 1200: Philosophy and Society
  • PHIL 2140: Environmental Justice
  • PHIL 2200: Major Social Theories
  • PHIL 2220: Philosophy and Law
  • PHIL 2270: Philosophy and Race
  • PHIL 3100: Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 3110: Feminist Practical Ethics
  • PHIL 3140: Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 3160: Bioethics
  • PHIL 3190: War and Morality
  • PHIL 3200: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 3290: War, Morality, & the Enduring Struggle for Freedom
  • PHIL 3260: Philosophy and the International Order
  • PHIL 4200: Contemporary Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 4250: Marxism

  • PHYS 3070 -- Energy and the Environment

  • PRLC 1810: Ethical Leadership
  • PRLC 1820: Community Issues in Leadership
  • PRLC 2810: Global Issues in Leadership
  • PRLC 2820: Multilevel Issues in Leadership
  • PRLC 3810: Global Issues in Leadership

  • PSCI 2012: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • PSCI 2106: Introduction to Public Policy Analysis
  • PSCI 2116: Introduction to Environmental Policy and Policy Analysis
  • PSCI 2223: Introduction to International Relations
  • PSCI 3031: Political Parties and Interest Groups
  • PSCI 3032: Democracy, Inequality and Violence in Latin America.
  • PSCI 3051: Public Opinion and Political Behavior
  • PSCI 3052: Gender and Politics in Latin America
  • PSCI 3062: Revolution and Political Violence
  • PSCI 3064: Environmental Political Theory
  • PSCI 3071: Urban Politics
  • PSCI 3084: Diversity, Disagreement, and Democracy: an Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Democracy
  • PSCI 3091: Politics of Social Movements
  • PSCI 3101: Black Politics
  • PSCI 3102: South Asian Politics
  • PSCI 3123: War, Peace, and Strategic Defense
  • PSCI 3143: Current Affairs in International Relations
  • PSCI 3163: American Foreign Policy
  • PSCI 3174: Sex, Power, and Politics: U.S. Perspectives
  • PSCI 3191: National Security Organization and Policy Making
  • PSCI 3193: International Behavior
  • PSCI 3206: The Environment and Public Policy
  • PSCI 3271: Law and Society: Legal Institutions and Human Behavior
  • PSCI 3311: Gender and U.S. Politics: Protest, Polls and Policy
  • PSCI 3774: Free Speech and Dangerous Ideas
  • PSCI 4012: Global Development
  • PSCI 4106: Issues and Challenges in American Green Energy Policy
  • PSCI 4131: Latinos and the U.S. Political System
  • PSCI 4173: International Organization
  • PSCI 4183: International Law
  • PSCI 4193: International Political Economy
  • PSCI 4221: Political Psychology
  • PSCI 4241: Constitutional Law
  • PSCI 4242: Middle Eastern Politics
  • PSCI 4243: Modern Warfare: Terrorism, Ideology, Identity
  • PSCI 4252: Politics of Ethnicity and Nationalism
  • PSCI 4253: Politics of Identity and Inter-Ethnic Violence
  • PSCI 4341: Media and Politics
  • PSCI 4391: Gender Politics and Global Activism
  • PSCI 4701: Symbolic Politics
  • PSCI 4703: Alternative World Futures
  • PSCI 4771: Civil Rights and Liberties in America
  • PSCI 4783: Global Issues

  • PSYC 2606: Social Psychology
  • PSYC 2700: Psychology of Gender and Sexuality
  • PSYC 3303: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 4136: Judgment and Decision Making
  • PSYC 4376: Research Methods in Social Psychology
  • PSYC 4553: Women's Mental Health: A Biopsychosocial Approach

  • RLST 1620: Religious Dimension in Human Experience
  • RLST 2202: Foundations of Islamic Traditions
  • RLST 2400: Religion and Contemporary Society
  • RLST 2500: Religions in the United States
  • RLST 2600: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • RLST 2610: Religions of India
  • RLST 2612: Yoga: Ancient and Modern
  • RLST 2620: Religions of East Asia
  • RLST 2700: American Indian Religious Traditions
  • RLST 3100: Judaism
  • RLST 3200: Hinduism
  • RLST 3300: Foundations of Buddhism
  • RLST 3530: Global Seminar: Jews and Muslims - The Multiethnic History of Istanbul
  • RLST 3600: Islam
  • RLST 3800: Chinese Religions
  • RLST 4030: Religions in America
  • RLST 4170: God and Politics
  • RLST 4450: Religion and Nonviolence
  • RLST 4650: Islam in the Modern World
  • RLST 4800: Critical Studies in Religion

  • RUSS 2222: Sports and the Cold War
  • RUSS 4221: Stalinism: Society and Culture
  • RUSS 4301: American-Russian Cultural Relations
  • RUSS 4401: The Russian Jewish Experience
  • RUSS 4481: The Russian Jewish Experience

  • SEWL 2000: America, the Environment, and the Global Economy
  • SEWL 2020 (1): Civic Engagement

  • SOCY 1004: Deviance in U.S. Society
  • SOCY 1016: Sex, Gender, and Society 1
  • SOCY 1021: United States Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SOCY 1022: Ethics and Social Issues in U.S. Health and Medicine
  • SOCY 2011: Contemporary Social Issues and Human Values
  • SOCY 2021: Nonviolence and the Ethics of Social Action
  • SOCY 2031: Social Problems
  • SOCY 2034: Drugs in United States Society
  • SOCY 2044: Crime and Society
  • SOCY 2077: Environment and Society
  • SOCY 3044: Race, Class, Gender, and Crime
  • SOCY 3046: Topics in Sex and Gender
  • SOCY 3141: Social Movements in the U.S
  • SOCY 3151: Self in Modern Society
  • SOCY 3161: Sociological Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity
  • SOCY 3171: Whiteness Studies
  • SOCY 3314: Violence Against Women and Girls
  • SOCY 4000: Gender, Genocide, and Mass Trauma
  • SOCY4014: Criminology
  • SOCY 4016: Sex, Gender, and Society 2
  • SOCY 4021: Conflict Management in Social Systems
  • SOCY 4024: Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
  • SOCY 4027: Inequality, Democracy, and the Environment
  • SOCY 4031: Social Psychology
  • SOCY 4037: Hazards, Disasters and Society
  • SOCY 4047: Topics in Environment and Society
  • SOCY 4052: Social Inequalities in Health
  • SOCY 4062: Suffering and Care in Society
  • SOCY 4063: Risk and Resilience in Society
  • SOCY 4071: Social Stratification
  • SOCY 4084: Punishment, Law and Society
  • SOCY 4104: The Death Penalty in America
  • SOCY 4117: Food and Society
  • SOCY 4121: Sociology of Religion

  • THTR 4029 (1-12): Dance and Community Engagement
  • THTR 4041: Women and Theatre of the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • THTR 4173: Creative Climate Communication

  • WGST 1016: The Social Construction of Sexuality
  • WGST 2000: Introduction to Feminist Studies
  • WGST 2020: Femininities, Masculinities, Alternatives
  • WGST 2030: Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
  • WGST 2050: Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
  • WGST 2400: Women of Color and Activism
  • WGST 2600: Gender, Race, and Class in a Global Context
  • WGST 3012: Chicana Feminisms and Knowledges
  • WGST 3044: Chicana Feminisms and Knowledges
  • WGST 3135: Chicana Feminisms and Knowledges
  • WGST 3174: Sex, Power, and Politics: U.S. Perspectives
  • WGST 3210: American Indian Women
  • WGST 3220: Women in Islam
  • WGST 3300: Gender, Sexuality and U.S. Law
  • WGST 3302: Facilitating Peaceful Community Change
  • WGST 3314: Violence Against Women and Girls
  • WGST 3400: Gender, Personality, and Culture
  • WGST 3410: Gender, Sexuality and Culture in the Modern Middle East
  • WGST 3500: Global Gender Issues
  • WGST 3600: Latinas: History, Culture, and Social Activism
  • WGST 3650: Gender and Politics in Latin America
  • WGST 3670: Gender, Race, Sexuality and Global Migration
  • WGST 3672: Gender and Global Economy
  • WGST 3702: Topics in U.S. Gender and Sexuality Studies (SS): Speak Up: #metoo #notallmen
  • WGST 4010: Gender, Genocide, and Mass Trauma
  • WGST 4300: Sex, Power, Politics: International Perspectives
  • WGST 4301: Gender, Race and Immigration in Germany and Europe
  • WGST 4500: Gender Politics and Global Activism
  • WGST 4636: Lesbian and Gay History: Culture and Politics and Social Change in the U.S.
  • WGST 4640: Women, Gender and War

  • WRTG 3020: Topics in Writing (Select section offerings only. Topics must be relevant: e.g., immigration, war, nationalism, crime, etc.)
  • WRTG 3030: Writing on Science and Society
  • WRTG 3040: Writing on Business and Society