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Approved courses

Courses are organized by theme. Many of these classes are not offered each semester. Students are responsible to compare the approved course list with the class catalog to fulfill their major/minor requirements. If students find a suitable course not included on this list please visit with the PCS Academic Advisor for a course exception.

 CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ANTH 4182: Anthropology of Power (3)

BIOL 5320: The Biology of Aggression (3)

COMM 1270: Analysis of Argument (3) (QB) (HF)

COMM 3070: Communication & Gender (3) (DV)

COMM 3330: Negotiation & Interviewing (3), F, Sp, Su

COMM 3490: Comm & Public Issues (3)

COMM 5150: Dialogue & Cultural Studies (3), F

COMM 5200: Persuasion & Political Communication (3)

COMM 5270: Theories of Argument (3), F, Sp

ENGL 5060: Studies in Rhetoric & Style (3)

ETHNC 3400: Intercultural Communication (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3450: Intergroup Relations: Our Prejudices & Stereotypes (3) (DV)

FCS 3270: Parent-Child Relationships (3)

FCS 3290: Ethnic Minority Families (4)

FCS 5230: Adolescent Development in the Family (3)

FCS 5280: Marriage, Divorce & Remarriage (3)

FCS 5370: Family Violence (3) (CW)

FCS 5380: Family Problems (3)

HIST 4630: History of Sexuality in America (3)

HONOR 3214: Foundations in Social Sciences (3) (DV) (BF)

MGT 4860: Managing Organizational Conflict (3)

MGT 5810: Managing Diversity in Organizations (3) (CW) (DV)

PHIL 3011: Philosophy of ______, Special Topics (3)

PHIL 3500: Ethics (3) (HF)

POLS 5322: Environmental & Sustainability Policy (3)

POLS 5500: The Politics of Public Lands Management (3)

PADM 6322: Environmental & Sustainability Policy (3)

PSY 3400: Psychology of Abnormal Behavior (3)

PSY 5280: Culture & Diversity (3)

SOC 1020: Current Social Problems in America (3) (BF)

SOC 3560: Deviant Behavior & Social Control (3)

SOC 3561: Criminology (3)

SOC 3562: Juvenile Delinquency (3)

SOC 3565: Women and Crime (3)

SW 2300: Social Welfare as an Institution (3)

CMP 5370: System Dynamics & Environmental Policy (3)

 

 SOCIAL JUSTICE

ANTH 4141: Ethnicity and Nationalism (3)

CMP 5350: Public Lands & Environmental Policy (3)

CMP 5350: Public Lands & Environmental Policy (3)

CMP 5370: System Dynamics & Environmental Policy (3)

COMM 3070: Communication & Gender (3) (DV), F, SP, Su

COMM 3330: Negotiation & Interviewing (3), F, Sp, Su

COMM 3490: Comm & Public Issues (Special Topics — May be taken 2 times for credit) (3), variable

COMM 5150: Dialogue & Cultural Studies (3), F

COMM 5320: Freedom of Expression (3)

COMM 5340: Communication & Law (3)

COMM 5350: Ethical Practices of Communication (3)

COMM 5360: Environmental Communication (3)

COMM 5620: International Communication (3) (IR)

ECON 1060: The Political Economy of Race, Ethnicity, Class & Gender (3) (DV)

ECON 5120: Labor Law & Collective Bargaining (3)

ECON 5170: Feminist Economics (3) (DV)

ECON 5180: Poverty & Inequality

ETHNC 2020: Social & Psychological Aspects of the African American Experience (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3190: Racial & Ethnic Politics (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3400: Intercultural Communication (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3420: American Racism (3)

ETHNC 3520: Asian Pacific American Contemporary Issues (3) (DV)

ETHNC 4560: Chicano Civil Rights Movement (3)

ETHNC 4600: Asian Pacific American History (3) (DV)

FCS 3290: Ethnic Minority Families (4)

FCS 5390: Gender and Minorities Across the Lifespan (3) (DV)

GNDR 3690: Gender & Contemporary Issues (3) (DV) (HF or BF)

HIST 2100: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (3) (HF)

HIST 4105: Medieval Christian Traditions in Practice (3)

HIST 4280: Sex and Gender in Early Modern Europe, 1300-1700 (3)

HIST 4310: Gender & Power in Latin America (3)

HIST 4370: History of American Social Movements (3)

HIST 4380: U.S. Environmental History (3)

HIST 4510: Asia in the World—Special Topics (3)

HIST 4600: Women in American History to 1870 (3) (DV)

HIST 4610: Women in American History since 1870 (3) (DV)

HIST 4630: History of Sexuality in America (3)

HIST 4670: History of Native American Peoples (3) (DV)

HIST 4690: African American History: 1619-1890 (3) (DV)

HIST 4700: African American History Since 1890 (3) (DV)

HIST 4710: The Concept of Race in America (3) (DV)

HIST 4765: The Vietnam War (3)

HIST 4790: American Religions (3) (DV) (HF)

HONOR 3214: Foundations in Social Sciences (3) (DV) (BF)

MGT 4860: Managing Organizational Conflict (3)

MGT 5810: Managing Diversity in Organizations (3) (CW) (DV)

PADM 6322: Environmental & Sustainability Policy (3)

PHIL 3011: Philosophy of ______, Special Topics (3)

PHIL 3500: Ethics (3) (HF)

PHIL 3530: Environmental Ethics (3) (HF)

PHIL 3640: World Religions (3) (IR) (HF)

PHIL 3700: Political Philosophy (3) (HF)

PHIL 3710: Philosophy of Law (3)

PHIL 3730: Justice & International Affairs (3) (IR)

PHIL 5190: Philosophy of…Special Topics (3)

PHIL 5700: Advanced Political Philosophy (3)

PHIL 5710: International Human Rights (3)

POLS 3000: Liberalism & its Critics (3)

POLS 3250: Gender, Ethics & Public Policy (3)

POLS 3420: Islam and Politics (3)

POLS 3490: Religion & Politics in Comparative Perspective (3)

POLS 3620: United Nations (3)

POLS 5320: Public Policy Theories & Applications (3)

POLS 5322: Environmental & Sustainability Policy (3)

POLS 5440: Nationalism & Ethnic Conflict (3)

POLS 5450: Political Violence/Terrorism (3)

POLS 5500: The Politics of Public Lands Management (3)

POLS 5670: US National Security Policy (3)

PSY 5280: Culture & Diversity (3)

SOC 1020: Current Social Problems in America (3) (BF)

SOC 3365: Ethnic Minorities in America (3) (DV) (BF)

SOC 3380: Race/Ethnicity, Class & Gender (DV)

SOC 3560: Deviant Behavior & Social Control (3)

SOC 3564: Locked Up!: Courts & Corrections (3)

SOC 3565: Women & Crime (3)

SW 2300: Social Welfare as an Institution (3)

THEA 3000: Grappling with Diversity & Multiculturalism Through the Arts (3) (DV)

 

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

ANTH 4138: Anthropology of Violence and Non-Violence (3)

ANTH 4141: Ethnicity and Nationalism (3)

ANTH 4182: Anthropology of Power (3)

COMM 3190: Intercultural Communication (3) (DV)

COMM 3490: Comm & Public Issues (Special Topics—May be taken 2 times for credit) (3), variable

COMM 5150: Dialogue & Cultural Studies (3), F

COMM 5200: Persuasion & Political Communication (3), F, Sp

COMM 5270: Theories of Argument (3), F, Sp

COMM 5300: Mass Communication Law (4)

COMM 5320: Freedom of Expression (3)

COMM 5340: Communication & Law (3)

COMM 5360: Environmental Communication (3)

COMM 5540: Media & Diversity (3) (DV)

COMM 5620: International Communication (3) (IR)

ECON 1060: The Political Economy of Race, Ethnicity, Class & Gender (3) (DV)

ECON 5120: Labor Law & Collective Bargaining (3)

ECON 5180: Poverty & Inequality

ENGL 5060: Studies in Rhetoric & Style (3)

ETHNC 3190: Racial & Ethnic Politics (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3400: Intercultural Communication (3) (DV)

ETHNC 3520: Asian Pacific American Contemporary Issues (3) (DV)

GEOG 3420: Political Geography (3)

GEOG 3440: Global Economic Geography (3) (IR) (BF)

HIST 2100: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (3) (HF)

HIST 3020: Age of Alexander (3)

HIST 3210: Age of Total War (3) (IR) (HF)

HIST 3710: The American Revolution (3) (HF)

HIST 4310: Gender & Power in Latin America (3)

HIST 4320: America at War 1620-1898 (3)

HIST 4321: America at War 1898-1991 (3)

HIST 4420: The Crusades (3) (HF)

HIST 4430: The Middle East: Nation States (Special Topics) (3)

HIST 4510: Asia in the World (Special Topics) (3)

HIST 4750: U.S. Foreign Relations: Colonial Era to1898 (3)

HIST 4760: U.S. Foreign Relations: 20th Century (3)

HIST 4765: The Vietnam War (3)

HIST 4770: Warfare in the Modern World (3)

HONOR 3214: Foundations in Social Sciences (3) (DV) (BF)

NV SC 2110: Evolution of Warfare (3)

PHIL 3500: Ethics (3) (HF)

PHIL 3530: Environmental Ethics (3) (HF)

PHIL 3640: World Religions (3) (IR) (HF)

PHIL 3700: Political Philosophy (3) (HF)

PHIL 3710: Philosophy of Law (3)

PHIL 3730: Justice & International Affairs (3) (IR)HIL 5190

PHIL 5190: Philosophy of…Special Topics (3)

PHIL 5700: Advanced Political Philosophy (3)

POLS 3000: Liberalism & its Critics (3)

POLS 3420: Islam and Politics (3)

POLS 3490: Religion & Politics in Comparative Perspective (3)

POLS 3620: United Nations (3)

POLS 5440: Nationalism & Ethnic Conflict (3)

POLS 5450: Political Violence/Terrorism (3)

POLS 5670: US National Security Policy (3)

SOC 1020: Current Social Problems in America (3) (BF)

THEA 3000: Grappling with Diversity & Multiculturalism Through the Arts (3) (DV)

THEA 3001: Zen and the Art of Eastern Theater (3) (FE)

 THEA 1760: American Political Theater (3) (DV) (FF)

THEA 3210: Tai Chi Yoga Movement

Last Updated: 1/25/17