The University of Massachusetts Amherst

Global Education Classes Spring 2020 (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

Languages: Arabic, French, Portuguese, or Swahili (all courses taught in these languages)

AFROAM 151 Literature & CultureHISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600
ANTRHO 100 Human NatureHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 131 Middle East History II
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 161 History of Africa Since 1500
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 387 The Holocaust
Art-Hist 110 Survey: Renaissance-Modern ArtHISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 397GE Global Environmental History
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHONORS 201H Ideas That Change the World
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMM 297SF Possible Futures: Sci-Fi CinemaJUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaJUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsJUDAIC 376 Post-Holocaust Thought
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryJUDAIC 387 The Holocaust
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 133 Intro to Science FictionMIDEAST190A Water Oil & Blood: Mid East/Glb Pol
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestMIDEAST 190B Women, Gender, Sexuality/MidEast
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesMIDEAST 361 Sufism: Islamic Mystical Tradition
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesMUSIC 290W World Music
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPHIL 383 Philosophy of Religion
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
ECON 305 Marxian EconomicsPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigrationPOLISCI 297GP  Global Political Thought
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentPOLISCI 346 Government & Politics of West Africa
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
ECON 397EA Poli Econ/African Growth & TrfmPUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems
EDUC 229 International Education RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersSOCIOL 262 Globalization and Inequality
FRENCHST 353 African FilmSTOCKSCH 297C ST-Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human GeographyWGSS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional GeographyWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and RefugeesWGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational

Updated on 10.29.19. 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

 Languages: Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human NatureHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 115 China 1600-Present
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 247 Empire, Race & the Philippines
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 346 China in the 20th & 21st Centuries
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance - Modern ArtHISTORY 347 Traditional Japan
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 394TI Mongol & Turkish Empires
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 397GE Global Enviromental History
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHISTORY 491J History of Modern China
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHONORS 201 Ideas that Change to World
CHINESE 150 People and Languages of ChinaHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
CHINESE 241 Contemporary Chinese LiteratureJAPANESE 197L Manga/Anime
CHINESE 394PI Chinese Popular CultureJAPANESE 144 Japan Lit-Modern
CHINESE 432 Media ChineseJAPANESE 197K Post War Japanese Fiction
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholJAPANESE 391M Queer Japan in Lit & Culture
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaJAPANESE 397E JapanThrough Afflictictions
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestMUSIC 290W World Music
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyPHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPOLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 297GP Global Political Thought
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigrationPUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
EDUC 229 International Education RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSOCIOL 262 Globalizaton & Inequality
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaSTOCKSCH 297C Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersWGGS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human GeographyWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional GeographyWGGS 187 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees 
  

Updated on 10.29.19. 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 NatureGEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleGEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 121 Modern Latin America
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance-Modern ArtHISTORY 354 History of Mexico
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 355 The Caribbean
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 392E The U.S. in Latin America
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHONORS 201H Ideas that Changed the World
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyMUSIC 290W World Music
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestPHIL 383 Philosophy of Religion
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPOLISCI 255 Amer Foreign Policy
COMP-LIT 285 Global Cultures POLISCI 277 Making a Global World
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelPOLISCI 397GP Global Political Thought
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPOLISCI 345 Revolution & Nationalalism in Imperial Caribbean
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
ECON 305 Marxian EconomicsPORTUG 397F Pprtuguese Speaking Cities in Film
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigrationRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
EDUC 229 International Education SOCIOL 262 Globalaziation & Inequalities
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSTOCKSCH 297C Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaWGSS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
FILM-ST 397F PortugSpeakingCities/FilmWGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
FILM-ST 397V Latin American Cinema 
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography 

Updated on 10.29.19. 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

Languages: Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, or Turkish (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human NatureHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleHISTORY 387 The Holocaust
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 394TI Mongol and Turkish Empires
ARCH 211 The CityHONORS 201H Ideas That Change the World
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance-Modern ArtHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtJUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern
ART-HIST 343 20th Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationJUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesJUDAIC 376 Post Holocaust Thought
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholJUDAIC 387 The Holocaust
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaJUDAIC 397F A. Frank,Hillesum, Hollland
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsJUDAIC 491J Holocaust Cinema
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyLEGAL397LS Law, Islam and Secularlism
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestMIDEAST 190A Water Oil & Blood:MdEast/Global Pol
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesMIDEAST 190B Women, Gender, and Sexuality in the Middle East
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyMIDEAST 361 Sufism: Islamic Mystical Tradition
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelMUSIC 290W World Music
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPHIL 383 Philosophy of Religion
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
ECON 305 Marxian EconomicsPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigrationPOLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentPOLISCI 297GP Global Political Thought
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
EDUC 229 International Education PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human GeographySOCIOL 262 Globalization & Equality
GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional GeographySTOCKSCH 297C Traditional Herbal Medical Systems I
GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and RefugeesWGSS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
GERMAN 376 The HolocaustWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
HISTORY 111 World History since 1500WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
HISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions 
HISTORY 131 Middle East History II 

Updated on 10.29.19. 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

Languages: Dutch, German & Swedish (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human NatureGERMAN 374 The First World War
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleGERMAN 376 The Holocaust
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 140 European History 1500-1815
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance – Modern ArtHISTORY 241 The Irish Experience
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 315 Russian Empire
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHISTORY 325 World War I
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHISTORY 387 The Holocaust
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholHISTORY 397GE Global Enviromental History
COMM297SF PossibleFutures:SciFiCinemaHISTORY 428H Nazi Germany
COMM 345 Contremporary World CinemaHONORS 201H Ideas That Change the World
COMM 397GM  Global Media FlowsHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyJUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldJUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestJUDAIC 376 Post Holocaust Thought
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesJUDAIC 387 The Holocaust
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyJUDAIC 397F A. Frank,Hillesum, Hollland
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesJUDAIC 491J Holocaust Cinema
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
ECON 121 International EconomyMUSIC  290W World Music
ECON 305 Marxian EconomyPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigrationPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
EDUC 229 International Education POLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CulturePOLISCI 297GP Global Political Thought
ENGLISH 358 The Romantic PoetsPOLISCI 394DI Protest & Dissent
ENGLISH 359 Victorian ImaginationRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
ENGLISH 363 Modern British DramaRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
ENGLISH 365 The Literature of IrelandRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaRUSSIAN 197S Russian Songs
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersSOCIOL 262 Globalizaton & Equality
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human GeographySTOCKSCH 297C Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional GeographyWGGS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and RefugeesWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
GERMAN 311 Reading German CultureWGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
GERMAN 372 CreatingModCulture:Vienna1900 

Updated on 10.29.19. 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 NatureGERMAN 376 The Holocaust
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleHISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 297D DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 140 European History 1500-1815
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 181 History of Western Science & Technology II
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance – Modern ArtHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 315 Russian Empire
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 325 World War I
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHISTORY 387 The Holocaust
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHONORS 201H Ideas that Change the World
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsJUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience
COMM 494BI Countercultural FilmsJUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryJUDAIC 387 The Holocaust
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyJUDAIC 397F A. Frank,Hillesum, Hollland
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldJUDAIC 491J Holocaust Cinema
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesMUSIC 290W World Music
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPHIL 383 Philosophy of Religion
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
ECON 305 Marxian EconomicsPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPOLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ECON 321 International Monetary TheoryPOLISCI 297GP Global Political Thought
ECON 355 Economics of ImmigrationPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentPUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
EDUC 229 International Education RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaRUSSIAN 197S Russian Songs
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersSCANDINAVIAN 265 Scandinavian Mythology
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human GeographySOCIOL 262 Globalization & Equality
GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional GeographySTOCKSCH 297C Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and RefugeesWGSS 187 Gernder, Sexuality & Culture
GERMAN 311 Reading German CultureWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
GERMAN 372 CreatingModCulture:Vienna1900WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
GERMAN 374 The First World War 

Updated on 10.29.19. 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

Languages: French, Greek, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, or Spanish (all courses taught in these languages)

ANTHRO 100 Human NatureGEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography
ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & PeopleGEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees
ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & CommunicationGERMAN 374 The First World War
ANTHRO 209 Approaching DeathGERMAN 376 The Holocaust
ANTHRO 297DM DragonMyth:GloblSymbols/PwrHISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600
ANTHRO 341 Building Solidarity EconomiesHISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ARCH 211 The CityHISTORY 112 Introduction to World Religions
ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance - Modern ArtHISTORY 140 European History 1500-1815
ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built EnvironmentHISTORY 282 Global History of Sport
ART-HIST 213 Venice: Art, History & EnviromentHISTORY 322 Modern France
ART-HIST 327 Contemporary ArtHISTORY 325 World War I
ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, GlobalizationHISTORY 387 The Holocaust
ART-HIST 397V Vexed AntiquitiesHISTORY 397GE Global Enviromental History
COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of AlcoholHONORS 201H Ideas That Change the World
COMM 297SF PossibleFutures:SciFiCinemaHONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar
COMM 345 Contemporary World CinemaITALIAN 397C The Three Crowns
COMM 397GM Global Media FlowsITALIAN 497DF The Divas: Femine Icons/Cinema
COMP-LIT 121 International Short StoryJOURNAL 310 International Journalism
COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual AutobiographyLEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration
COMP-LIT 131 Brave New WorldLINGUIST 101 People and their Language
COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and WestMUSIC 150 Lively Arts
COMP-LIT 144 War StoriesMUSIC  290W World Music
COMP-LIT 233 International FantasyPHIL 336 Existential Philosophy
COMP-LIT 285 Global CulturesPHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion
COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic NovelPOLISCI 111 Comparative Politics
COMP-LIT 350 International FilmPOLISCI 121 World Politics 
COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi CinemaPOLISCI 255 American Foreign Policy
ECON 121 International EconomyPOLISCI 357 International Organizations
ECON 305 Marxian EconomicsPOLISCI 277 Making a Global World
ECON 308 Political Economy of the EnvironmentPOLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent
ECON 335 Economics of ImmigratonRES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy
ECON 366 Economic DevelopmentRES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics
ECON 371 Comparative Economic SystemsRES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment
EDUC 229 International Education SOCIOL 262 Globalization & Inequality
ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & CultureSTOCKSCH 297C Trad Herbal Medi Systems I
FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi CinemaWGSS 187 Gender, Sexuality and Culture
FILM-ST 397A Alien EncountersWGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses
FRENCHST 289 Paris Through the CenturiesWGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational
FRENCHST 397D French/Diplomacy & International Relations 
GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography 

Updated on 10.29.19. 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.