Global Education Classes Spring 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 151 Literature & Culture

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & People

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 131 Middle East History II

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HISTORY 161 History of Africa Since 1500

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

ART-HIST 397W Oriental Carpet East and West

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

HISTORY 397TS Histories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1444-1867

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

DANCE 190C Cultural Dance Forms* (2 credits)

POLISCI 291N Political Economy of Modern Middle East & N Africa

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 346 Government & Politics of West Africa

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ECON 397EA Pol Econ of African Growth & Transformation

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

EDUC 229 International Education 

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

ENGLISH 205 Introduction to Post-Colonial Studies

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FRENCHST 353 African Film

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

Updated on 10/30/18. 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 104 Culture, Society & People

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

ANTHRO 297LW Life & Work in Contemporary China

GEOGRAPH 470 Chinese City: Geog, Environ, & Development

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance - Modern Art

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 269 The American War in Vietnam

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HISTORY 297SP Spies & Spying in History

ART-HIST 388 Special Topics in Asian Art

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

ART-HIST 397W The Oriental Carpet in East & West

HISTORY 394TI Mongol & Turkish Empires

CHINESE 150 People and Languages of China

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

CHINESE 241 Contemporary Chinese Literature

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

CHINESE 394PI Chinese Popular Culture

JAPANESE 143 Classical & Medieval Literature

CHINESE 432 Media Chinese*

JAPANESE 197L Manga & Anime

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

JAPANESE 397V Video Games in Japan

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

JAPANESE 492C Edo Pictorial Fiction*

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

MUSIC 394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ECON 397MI City, Industry, & Labor in Col India, 1750-1950

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

EDUC 229 International Education 

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

ENGLISH 205 Introduction to Post-Colonial Studies

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

WGSS 397F South Asian Gender & Sexuality
 

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

Updated on 10/30/18. 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)

AFROAM 151 Literature & Culture

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

ANTHRO 104 Culture, Society & People

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 354 History of Mexico

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 392E The U.S. in Latin America

ANTHRO 375 South American Archaeology

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 397LA Environmental History of Latin America

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 397TS Histories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1444-1867

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

POLISCI 345 Revolution & Nationalalism in Imperial Caribbean

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

DANCE 190C Cultural Dance Forms* (2 credits)

PORTUG 309 Brazilian Women

ECON 121 International Economy

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

EDUC 229 International Education 

SOCIOL 288 Intro to Latin American Societies

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

ENGLISH 205 Introduction to Post-Colonial Studies

SPANISH 322 Intro to Spanish American Literature

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

SPANISH 323 Spanish American Literature II

ENGLISH 391CR Caribbean Revolutions & Their Afterlives

SPANISH 324 Introduction to Latino/a Literature

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

SPANISH 397W Latin American Cinema

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

SPANISH 440 Journey to the Hispanic Caribbean: Lit, Art, Cult

FILM-ST 397V Latin American Cinema

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

FRENCHST 297U Undead: Southern Gothic & Francophone Myth 

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 293T Latinx & Latin American Feminisms

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

 

Updated on 10/30/18. 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 104 Culture, Society & People

HISTORY 387 The Holocaust

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism*

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 394TI Mongol and Turkish Empires

ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

HISTORY 490MH Middle Eastern Metropolis

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 492M History, Evidence, Memory: 1948 Palestine/Israel

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

ART-HIST 397W Oriental Carpet in East and West

JUDAIC 320 Jewish Humor

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

JUDAIC 345 Jews & Challenges/Modernity

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

JUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

JUDAIC 383 Women, Gender, Judaism

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

JUDAIC 492M History, Evidence, Memory: 1948 Palestine/Israel

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

MIDEAST 190B Women, Gender, and Sexuality in the Middle East

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

MIDEAST 392P Islamic Political Thought

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

MIDEAST 397E Ethnic & Religious Conflict in Modern Middle East

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

ECON 121 International Economy

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 291N Political Economy of Modern Middle East & N Africa

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

EDUC 229 International Education 

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees*

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

GERMAN 376 The Holocaust

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

WGSS 391D Women, Gender, Judaism

HISTORY 131 Middle East History II

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

YIDDISH 197S Yiddish Songs (1 credit)

HISTORY 297SP Spies & Spying in History

 

Updated on 11/05/18. 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 104 Culture, Society & People

GERMAN 371 Crime & Criminals in Modern German Culture

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

GERMAN 376 The Holocaust

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500
ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 397SS Celtic Diaspora

HISTORY 181 History of Western Science & Technology II

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 241 The Irish Experience

ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance – Modern Art

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 297SP Spies & Spying in History

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HISTORY 305 Renaissance & Reformation Europe

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HISTORY 387 The Holocaust

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

HISTORY 397TS Histories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1444-1867

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

HISTORY 428H Nazi Germany

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

JUDAIC 320 Jewish Humor

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

JUDAIC 345 Jews & Challenges/Modernity

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

JUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

JUDAIC 383 Women, Gender, Judaism

COMP-LIT 320H Irish Writers & Cultural Context

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

LEGAL 482 The Irish Peace Process*

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde Film

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

ECON 121 International Economy

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

EDUC 229 International Education 

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ENGLISH 358 The Romantic Poets

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 359 Victorian Imagination

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ENGLISH 365 The Literature of Ireland

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

RUSSIAN 318 Russian Politics, Law and Society 

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

GERMAN 311 Reading German Culture

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GERMAN 363 Witches: Myth and Reality

WGSS 391D Women, Gender, Judaism

GERMAN 365 Berlin: Global City

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

Updated on 11/05/18. 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 104 Culture, Society & People

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

HISTORY 181 History of Western Science & Technology II

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 297SP Spies & Spying in History

ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

HISTORY 305 Renaissance & Reformation Europe

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 387 The Holocaust

ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance – Modern Art

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HISTORY 394TI Mongol and Turkish Empires

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

ART-HIST 397W Oriental Carpet in East and West

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

JUDAIC 102 The Jewish Experience II: Medieval to Modern

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

JUDAIC 320 Jewish Humor

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

JUDAIC 345 Jews & Challenges/Modernity

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

JUDAIC 354 Film, Literature, Jews

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

JUDAIC 383 Women, Gender, Judaism

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

EDUC 229 International Education 

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

RUSSIAN 318 Russian Politics, Law and Society 

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

WGSS 391D Women, Gender, Judaism

GERMAN 376 The Holocaust

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

YIDDISH 197S Yiddish Songs (1 credit)

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

 

Updated on 10/30/18. 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 104 Culture, Society & People

GERMAN 376 The Holocaust

ANTHRO 105 Language, Culture, & Communication

HISTORY 101 Western Thought since 1600

ANTHRO 208 Human Ecology

HISTORY 111 World History since 1500

ANTHRO 297SR Sex, Reproduction, & Culture

HISTORY 112H Introduction to World Religions

ANTHRO 397SD Sustainability or Sustaining Development?

HISTORY 181 History of Western Science & Technology II

ARCH 211 The City

HISTORY 281 Global History of Soccer

ART-HIST 110 Survey: Renaissance - Modern Art

HISTORY 297SP Spies & Spying in History

ART-HIST 118 History of Architecture & Built Environment

HISTORY 305 Renaissance & Reformation Europe

ART-HIST 327 Contemporary Art

HISTORY 322 Modern France

ART-HIST 343 20th C Arch: Socialism, Capitalism, Globalization

HISTORY 387 The Holocaust

ART-HIST 397V Vexed Antiquities

HISTORY 393EH Intellectual Origins of Colonialism

ART-HIST 397W The Oriental Carpet in East and West

HISTORY 394RI Comparative Revolutions in the Modern Era*

COMM 212 Cultural Codes in Communication

HISTORY 397TS Histories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1444-1867

COMM 297FA Spirit & Stories: Folklore of Alcohol

HONORS 252H Cross Cultural Prep Seminar

COMM 345 Contemporary World Cinema

HG-MGT 397P Global Perspectives in Food Service

COMM 397GM Global Media Flows*

ITALIAN 325 Introduction to Italian Literature II

COMM 492G Cultures in Conversation*

ITALIAN 394MI Italy and the Mediterranean

COMM 494BI Countercultural Films*

ITALIAN 397T Italian Short Story 1250-1600

COMP-LIT 121 International Short Story

ITALIAN 497J Dante & The Duecento

COMP-LIT 122 Spiritual Autobiography

JOURNAL 310 International Journalism

COMP-LIT 131 Brave New World

LEGAL 391E Rules of War*

COMP-LIT 141 Good and Evil, East and West

LEGAL 393LG Law & Global Migration*

COMP-LIT 233 International Fantasy

LINGUIST 101 People and their Language

COMP-LIT 336 International Graphic Novel

MANAGMNT 448 International Management*

COMP-LIT 339 Intl Crime, Mystery & Detective Fiction

MUSIC 150 Lively Arts

COMP-LIT 340 Mystical Literature

MUSIC  394MI History of Music from 1900-Present*

COMP-LIT 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde Film

PHIL 336 Existential Philosophy

COMP-LIT 391SF International SciFi Cinema

PHIL 383 Intro to the Philosophy of Religion

ECON 121 International Economy

POLISCI 111 Comparative Politics

ECON 308 Political Economy of the Environment

POLISCI 121 World Politics 

ECON 321 International Monetary Theory

POLISCI 357 International Organizations*

ECON 348 The Political Economy of Women

POLISCI 391E Rules of War*

ECON 371 Comparative Economic Systems

POLISCI 393DI Protest & Dissent*

ECON 397EM Economics of Immigration

PUBHLTH 390K Maternal & Child Health in Developing World*

EDUC 229 International Education 

PUBHLTH 450 Comparative Health Care Systems

ENGLISH 132 Gender, Sexuality, Literature & Culture

RES-ECON 121 Hunger in the Global Economy

ENGLISH 144 World Literature in English

RES-ECON 262 Environmental Economics

ENGLISH 298L Love in World Cinema (1 credit)

RES-ECON 397E Economic Development & the Environment

FILM-ST 391SF International SciFi Cinema

SOCIOL 261 Population Studies

FILM-ST 397A Alien Encounters

SOCIOL 329 Social Movements

FRENCHST 289 Paris Through the Centuries

SOCIOL 360 Urban Sociology

FRENCHST 386 Origins to 1945

SPANISH 321 Literary Currents of Spain II*

FRENCHST 397S The French Short Story

SPANISH 415 Culture & Civilization of Spain*

FRENCHST 457 19th Century Poetry

SUSTCOMM 125 Global Cities & Global Issues

GEOGRAPH 102 Intro to Human Geography

WGSS 201 Gender and Difference: Critical Analyses

GEOGRAPH 220 World Regional Geography

WGSS 494TI Unthinking the Transnational*

GEOGRAPH 493M Migration, Diaspora, and Refugees

 

Updated on 11/05/18. 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.