The University of Massachusetts Amherst

Global Education Classes Fall 2019 (Regional Option)

The Global Education Requirement pertains only to SBS Bachelor of Arts majors who entered UMass prior to the Fall 2018 semester. Courses used to satisfy Gen Ed requirements or Primary Major requirements MAY NOT be used for Global Education. 

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers the following list of Global Education concentrations with approved classes for each listed below.

For additional information, please call us at (413) 577-1057, or stop by our office at 128 Thompson Hall. 
 

African Studies Region

Asian Studies Region

Latin American Studies Region

Middle Eastern Studies Region

Northern European Studies Region

Eastern European Studies Region

Southern European Studies Region

 

African Studies Region

Also, classes taught in Arabic, French, Portuguese, or Swahili

AFROAM 101 Introduction to Black Studies

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

AFROAM 151 Literature & Culture

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 161 History of Africa Since 1500

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

HISTORY 260 Power & Violence in South Africa

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

JUDAIC 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LEGAL 397LM Islamic Law & Society

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

MIDEAST 362 Religion & Politics in Early Modern Middle East

COMP-LIT 170 Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

MIDEAST 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 261 Modern Arabic Literature

NUTRITN 578 Nutrition Problems of the Developing World*

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 355 Modern African Literature

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 273 Power*

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 343 Government & Politics of East Africa*

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 356 International Law*

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

PORTUG 497L Luso-African Cultures

EDUC 229 International Education

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

ENGLISH 491SA Amandla! South African Literature & Politics

SOCIOL 397CT Introduction to Caribbean Thought

FILM-ST 197FA Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

FRENCHST 564 Literature of Africa & the Caribbean

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power
 

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

 Asian Studies

Also, classes taught in Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, and Korean

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

HISTORY 116 History of Japan

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HISTORY 117 Science & Society in Modern China

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HISTORY 269 The American War in Vietnam

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ART-HIST 355 Chinese Painting

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ART-HIST 388 Special Topics in Asian Art

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ASIAN-ST 135 Buddhism East and West

JAPANESE 135 Japanese Art & Culture

ASIAN-ST 397B Bridging Asian and Asian American Generations

JAPANESE 235 Performing Arts of Japan

CHINESE 136 Introduction to Chinese Cinema

JAPANESE 391T Tokyo Through Literature and Film

CHINESE 432 Media Chinese*

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

CHINESE 394WI Women in Chinese Cultures

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

CHINESE 397F Chinese Science Fiction in Translation

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LEGAL 397LM Islamic Law & Society

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

NUTRITN 578 Nutrition Problems of the Developing World*

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 170 Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

POLISCI 273 Power*

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

POLISCI 356 International Law*

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

ECON 366 Economic Development

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

EDUC 229 International Education

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

FILM-ST 197FA Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

Latin American Studies

Languages: Portuguese and Spanish (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & People

HISTORY 120 Latin America: The Colonial Period

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

HISTORY 121 Modern Latin America

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 220 Capitalism & its Alternatives in Latin America

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

HISTORY 359 Modern Brazil

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

NUTRITN 578 Nutrition Problems of the Developing World*

COMP-LIT 170 Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

POLISCI 245 Government & Politics of the English-Speaking Caribbean

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 273 Power*

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 356 International Law*

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 392AP Activism, Participation, Protest

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 397BZ Race & Gender Politics in the Americas: Brazil Comparative Perspectives

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

EDUC 229 International Education

PORTUG 316 Brazil

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

PORTUG 497L Luso-African Cultures

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

FILM-ST 197FA Introduction to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

FILM-ST 408 Brazil in Film & Fiction

SOCIOL 397CT Introduction to Caribbean Thought

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

SPANISH 397MC Intro to Latin American "Mini Cuento" (taught in Spanish)

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

FRENCHST 564 Literature of Africa & the Caribbean

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

Middle Eastern Studies

Also, classes taught in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

JUDAIC 319 Representing the Holocaust

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

JUDAIC 344 Film and Society in Israel 

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

JUDAIC 363 Religion and State: Jewish Secularism & European Modernity

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

JUDAIC 377 Popular Culture in Israel & Palestine

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

JUDAIC 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LEGAL 397LM Islamic Law & Society

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 170 Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

MIDEAST 344 Film and Society in Israel

COMP-LIT 261 Modern Arabic Literature

MIDEAST 362 Religion & Politics in Early Modern Middle East

COMP-LIT 319 Representing the Holocaust

MIDEAST 377 Pop Culture Israel & Palestine

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

MIDEAST 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

NUTRITN 578 Nutrition Problems of the Developing World*

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics 

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 121 World Politics

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 273 Power*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 356 International Law*

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

EDUC 229 International Education

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 319 Representing the Holocaust

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

FILM-ST 197FA Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

Northern European Studies

Also, classes taught in Dutch, German, or Swedish

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

GERMAN 260 From Mozart to Rammstein
ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

GERMAN 270 From The Grimms to Disney

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

GERMAN 323 Modern German History

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

GERMAN 363 Witches: Myth and Reality

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 394AI Europe After the Wall

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HISTORY 323 Modern German History

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

HISTORY 393N Germany Since 1945

ART-HIST 323 European Art, 1780 - 1880

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ART-HIST 342 19th Century Arch: Reform, History & Technology

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

COMM 340 History of Film I*

JUDAIC 319 Representing the Holocaust

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

JUDAIC 363 Religion and State: Jewish Secularism & European Modernity

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 170 Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 319 Representing the Holocaust

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

MUSIC 301 History of Music 1700 - 1900 (pre-req: MUSIC 101)

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 273 Power*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 356 International Law*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

POLISCI 392AP Activism, Participation, Protest
EDUC 229 International Education

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 319 Representing the Holocaust

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ENGLISH 349 Nineteenth-Century British Fiction

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

ENGLISH 358 The Romantic Poets

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

ENGLISH 365 The Literature of Ireland

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

FILM-ST 197FA Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

 

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

Eastern European Studies

Languages: Serbo-Croatian, Polish, Russian, and Yiddish (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

HISTORY 317 The Russian Revolution

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HISTORY 393C 1000 Years of Polish History

ANTHRO 394AI Europe After the Wall

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ART-HIST 323 European Art, 1780 - 1880

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

ART-HIST 342 19th Century Arch: Reform, History & Technology

JUDAIC 319 Representing the Holocaust

ASIAN-ST 135 Buddhism East and West

JUDAIC 363 Religion & State: Jewish Secularism & European Modernity

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

MUSIC 301 History of Music 1700 - 1900 (pre-req: MUSIC 101)

COMP-LIT 170 Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 319 Representing the Holocaust

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

POLISCI 273 Power*

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 356 International Law*

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 392AP Activism, Participation, Protest

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

RUSSIAN 197S Russian Songs

EDUC 229 International Education

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

ENGLISH 319 Representing the Holocaust

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

FILM-ST 197FA Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.

 

Southern European Studies

Also, classes taught in French, Greek, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Spanish

ANTHRO 100 Human Nature (RAP)

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society and People

GEOGRAPH 360 Economic Geography

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture and Communication

GEOGRAPH 370 Urban Geography

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

GEOGRAPH 440 Political Geography*

ANTHRO 297DM Dragon Mythology: Global Symbols of Power

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 297GA Games, Culture, and Power

HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 312 Medical Anthropology (online)

HISTORY 391S Spanish Civil War

ANTHRO 340 Other Economies are Possible!

HISTORY 397MV Islamic Movements in History

ANTHRO 344 Italy: Fascism to Fashion

HISTORY 491MMH Mass Migrations in the Middle East

ANTHRO 394AI Europe After the Wall

HONORS 251H International Issues* (department consent required)

ANTHRO 494BI Global Bodies

HG-MGT 497L Sustainable Tourism: Global Trends & Issues*

ART-HIST 115 Visual Art, Artists, and Cultures: Intro to Looking

ITALIAN 285 Intro to Italian Culture

ART-HIST 313 High Renaissance Art & Mannerism in Italy

ITALIAN 350 Italian Film

ART-HIST 323 European Art, 1780 - 1880

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

ART-HIST 324 Modern Art, 1880 - Present

JUDAIC 319 Representing the Holocaust

ART-HIST 342 19th Century Arch: Reform, History & Technology

JUDAIC 363 Religion and State: Jewish Secularism & European Modernity

ASIAN-ST 135 Buddhism East and West

JUDAIC 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LABOR 204 Labor & the Global Economy

COMM 297FA Spirit and Stories: The Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 375 Human Rights & Wrongs*

COMM 340 History of Film I*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LEGAL 397LM Islamic Law & Society

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LEGAL 432 Environmental Justice*

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 100 International Horror

MANAGMNT 379 Behavior in the Global Economy*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MARKETNG 437 International Marketing*

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MIDEAST 220 Mideast & the World: 1400 - 1800

COMP-LIT 141 Good & Evil: East - West

MIDEAST 397M Mediterranean Mosaic: Ancient Civilizations, Then & Now

COMP-LIT 170 Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 234 Myth, Folktale & Children's Literature

MUSIC 301 History of Music 1700 - 1900 (pre-req: MUSIC 101)

COMP-LIT 319 Representing the Holocaust

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 337 International History of Animation

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 391V Dreams, Visions & the Supernatural

POLISCI 252 Globalization, Governance, & World Order

COMP-LIT 481 Interpreting & Translation Research & Practice I

POLISCI 273 Power*

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 356 International Law*

ECON 305 Marxian Economics

POLISCI 383 Energy Policy*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 388 Corporate Lobbying and the Global Economy

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 366 Economic Development

POLISCI 391PC Immigration Politics and Policy

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 392AP Activism, Participation, Protest

ECON 394FI Finance & Society

POLISCI 397GC Gender, Conflict, and Security

EDUC 218 Hip Hop Nation & Literacy Practices

POLISCI 473 Is Democracy Possible Everwhere?

EDUC 229 International Education

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SCH-MGMT 397D Business in Italy* (application required)

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English (RAP)

SOCIOL 204 Labor & The Global Economy

ENGLISH 319 Representing the Holocaust

SOCIOL 283 Gender & Society

ENGLISH 491AS The Arabian Nights in World Literature

SOCIOL 388 Gender & Globalization

FILM-ST 197FA Intro to Film Analysis: Cinematic Time Travel

SPANISH 497SW Fighting Fascism: Spanish Civil War (taught in Spanish)

FILM-ST 383 Narrative Avant-Garde Film

SPORTMGT 490A Diversity & Inclusion in Sport*

FINANCE 405 International Finance*

SPP 397M Making a Difference: Social Change

FOOD-SCI 102 World Food Habits

STOCKSCH 281 Topics in Herbalism (2 credits)

FRENCHST 280 Love and Sex in French Culture

STPEC 189 Introduction to Radical Social Theory

FRENCHST 350 French Film

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FRENCH 397V Intro to French & Francophone Video Games (in French)

WGSS 301 Theorizing Gender, Race, & Power

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 393D Health, Race, Medicine

Updated on 03/26/19. Course offerings are subject to change.

*Some courses may be restricted to majors only or may require instructor consent. Please check SPIRE for more information.