Lower Division General Education

For an overview of the SF State General Education program visit our Introduction to General Education.

Some students come to SF State with high enough AP, CLEP and IB scores to receive college credit. Go to the following link to see what GE requirements are satisfied by these scores. Consult with your major department to see whether any of the credit can count toward your major.

AP - IB - CLEP Test Credit

Students Entering SF State Prior to Fall 2014

Continuing students who were enrolled at SF State prior to Fall 2014 follow the General Education program that was in effect when they came to SF State, with a few modifications. Please visit the Division of Undergraduate Studies website (http://ugs.sfsu.edu/bacc-reqs) for more information about your General Education requirements and approved courses. Please note that although General Education courses are available to students in any major, registration in some sections of specific courses may be restricted to students in the Metro Academies.

Freshman Students

Students who begin at SF State as first-time college students in Fall 2014 or later, must complete General Education as outlined below. Please note that although General Education courses are available to students in any major, registration in some sections of specific courses may be restricted to students in the Metro Academies.

Transfer Students

Transfer students who begin at SF State in Fall 2014 or later may complete the 39 units of lower division General Education (GE) requirements (Area A-E), as well as lower division requirements in a major, minor, or certificate program at another campus if those units have been approved through an articulation agreement or an approved evaluation process. Regardless of the number of units a student took to fulfill General Education requirements at other schools, they must complete a total of 39 units of lower division General Education plus 9 units of upper division GE coursework to graduate. Any lower division GE coursework not taken in transfer must be taken at SF State from the list of courses below.

  • Transfer students who have not completed the equivalent of Written English Communication II will have to do so at SF State. It is a prerequisite to the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR) requirement. Transfer students often satisfy Written English Communication II while also satisfying Area A3 at another campus. If so, no additional units in Area A are required. However, students still are required to complete 39 units total of lower division GE. If units are still lacking, these units may be taken in Areas B, C, D, or E.
  • Transfer students who have not completed the US History and Government requirements must do so at SF State (Refer to Area D: Social Sciences).
  • Transfer students who complete the US History and Government requirements without completing 9 units in Area D must take additional Area D courses (from D1, D2, or D3) to total 9 units.
  • Transfer students must complete 9-units of lower division Area C coursework with at least one Area C1 and one Area C2 class, but are not required to take an Area C3 course.
  • Transfer students must complete SF State Studies requirements. Most, if not all, of these requirements will be completed while satisfying the Upper Division GE requirements. Students transferring with a verified ADT (AA-T or AS-T degree) who are pursuing a “similar” major do not have to complete the SF State Studies requirements. See here for more information about procedures and guidelines regarding the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).

SF State Studies Requirements

SF State Studies courses fulfill graduation requirements, but do not have specific unit requirements. They are meant to ensure that students take at least one course in areas that the campus feels are important to graduates of our university. There are four SF State Studies requirements that students must meet: American Ethnic and Racial Minorities (AERM), Environmental Sustainability (ES), Global Perspectives (GP) and Social Justice (SJ). Courses certified as meeting the SF State Studies requirements may be upper or lower division, may be in General Education, a major or minor, or may be an elective. SF State Studies requirements that are satisfied by the GE courses below are indicated after the course title. Students who study abroad can petition through the Undergraduate Advising Center, upon their return, to have the Global Perspectives SF State Studies requirement met. Courses certified as meeting the SF State Studies requirements may be upper or lower division, may be in General Education (GE), a major or minor, or may be an elective.

Area A: English Language Communication and Critical Thinking — 12 units

Students taking courses in fulfillment of Areas A1, A2 and A4 will develop knowledge and understanding of the form, content, context, and effectiveness of communication. Students will develop proficiency in oral and written communication in English, examining communication from the rhetorical perspective and practicing reasoning and advocacy, organization, and accuracy. Students will practice the discovery, critical evaluation, and reporting of information, as well as reading, writing, and listening effectively.

In critical thinking (Area A3) courses, students will understand logic and its relation to language; elementary inductive and deductive processes, including an understanding of the formal and informal fallacies of language and thought; and the ability to distinguish matters of fact from issues of judgment or opinion. In Area A3 courses, students will develop the abilities to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas; to reason inductively and deductively; and to reach well-supported factual or judgmental conclusions.

Requirements: Students must complete a minimum of twelve units in Area A, including a minimum of three units in each of the following four areas: Oral Communication, Written English Communication I, Critical Thinking, and Written English Communication II. Specific test and course prerequisites are printed in the Undergraduate Graduation Requirements section of the Bulletin. Beginning in Fall 2014, all Area A courses must be completed with a grade of CR or C- or better to fulfill the General Education requirement.

Note: Transfer students often satisfy Written English Communication II while also satisfying Area A3 at another campus. If so, no additional units in Area A are required. However, students still are required to have 39 units total of lower division GE. If units are still lacking, these units may be taken in Areas B, C, D, or E.

Note: At the time of Bulletin publication, some courses were still in review for General Education certification. These courses are indicated as being provisionally approved.

Area A1: Oral Communication (3 units required)

COMM 150Fundamentals of Oral Communication3
ENG 210Oral Communication - Multilingual3

Area A2: Written English Communication I (3 units minimum required)

ENG 104
ENG 105
First Year Composition Stretch I
and First Year Composition Stretch II
6
ENG 114First Year Composition3
ENG 209First Year Composition--Multilingual3

Area A3: Critical Thinking (3 units required)

AA S 110Critical Thinking and the Asian American Experience (AERM)3
COUN 110Critically Thinking about Career Choice: Self, Community, Society, and World (LLD) (effective Spring 2017)3
ETHS/RRS 110Critical Thinking and the Ethnic Studies Experience (AERM)3
HIST 101Critical Thinking in History (SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
HSS 110Critical Thinking/Student Success in Health & Social Sciences Fields3
LTNS 110Critical Thinking in Latina/o Studies (AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 110Introduction to Critical Thinking I3
PSY 111The Logic and Psychology of Critical Thinking3
RPT 110Critical Thinking and the Leisure Experience (LLD)3
SCI 101First Year Experience in Science and Engineering (LLD, ES)3

Area A4: Written English Communication II (3 units required)

AA S 214Second Year Written Composition: Asian American Studies (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 214Second Year Written Composition: Africana Studies (AERM, SJ)3
CWL 214Second Year Written Composition: Comparative and World Literature3
ENG 214Second Year Written Composition: English3
ENG 215Second Year Composition: Multilingual3

Area B: Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning — 9 units

In Areas B1-B3, students develop knowledge of scientific theories, concepts, and data about both living and non-living systems. Students will achieve an understanding and appreciation of scientific principles and the scientific method, as well as the potential limits of scientific endeavors and the value systems and ethics associated with human inquiry.

In Area B4 courses, students shall develop skills and understanding beyond the level of intermediate algebra. Students will not just practice computational skills, but will be able to explain and apply basic mathematical concepts and will be able to solve problems through quantitative reasoning.

Requirements: All students must complete a minimum of nine units in Area B including a minimum of three units in each of the following three areas: Physical Science, Life Science, and Quantitative reasoning. Additionally, a course that satisfies the Laboratory Science requirement must also be taken.

Specific test and course prerequisites are printed in the Undergraduate Graduation Requirements section of the Bulletin.

Note: Some majors require advanced coursework in Areas B1, B2 and/or B3. For students pursuing these majors, some Area B requirements will be met in major or pre-major coursework. For more information students should refer to the Bulletin description for their major.

Area B1: Physical Science (3 units minimum required)

ADM 260Textiles3
ASTR 115Introduction to Astronomy3
CHEM 101Survey of Chemistry3
CHEM 180Chemistry for the Energy and the Environment (ES)3
ERTH 110Our Dynamic Earth (ES)3
ERTH 112Our Dynamic Earth Lecture and Lab (ES)4
ERTH 160Our Dynamic Weather (GP)3
ERTH 162Our Dynamic Weather Lecture and Lab3
ERTH 170Our Dynamic Ocean (ES)3
ERTH 172Our Dynamic Ocean Lecture and Lab (ES)4
ERTH 260Physical Processes in the Atmosphere (ES, GP)4
ERTH 210Physical Geology (ES)4
ERTH 230Environmental Geology (ES)3
GEOG 101Our Physical Environment (ES)3
PHYS 101Conceptual Physics3
PHYS 111General Physics I3
PHYS 220General Physics with Calculus I3

Area B2: Life Science (3 units required)

ANTH 100Introduction to Biological Anthropology3
BIOL 100Human Biology (LLD, SJ)3
BIOL 160Marine Biology (ES)3
BIOL 170Animal Diversity (ES)3
BIOL 176Science and Politics of Stem Cell Biology (AERM, SJ)3
ERTH 115History of Life (ES)3
GEOG 160Introduction to Environmental Science (ES, GP)4
RRS 276Race, Activism and Climate Justice (AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3

Area B3: Laboratory Science (0 - 1 units required)

ASTR 116Astronomy Laboratory1
BIOL 101Human Biology Laboratory1
CHEM 102Survey of Chemistry Laboratory1
CHEM 180Chemistry for the Energy and the Environment (ES)3
ERTH 111Our Dynamic Earth Lab1
ERTH 112Our Dynamic Earth Lecture and Lab (ES)4
ERTH 162Our Dynamic Weather Lecture and Lab3
ERTH 171Our Dynamic Ocean Lab1
ERTH 172Our Dynamic Ocean Lecture and Lab (ES)4
ERTH 210Physical Geology (ES)4
ERTH 230Environmental Geology (ES)3
ERTH 260Physical Processes in the Atmosphere (ES, GP)4
GEOG 160Introduction to Environmental Science (ES, GP)4
PHYS 102Conceptual Physics Laboratory1
PHYS 112General Physics I Laboratory1
PHYS 222General Physics with Calculus I Laboratory1

Area B4: Quantitative Reasoning (3 units required)

Details on test and course prerequisites are printed in the Undergraduate Graduation Requirements section of the Bulletin.

Summary of Quantitative Reasoning Requirements

Students who register for a GE quantitative reasoning course at SF State must have

  1. a score of 50 or higher on the ELM examination; or
  2. obtained an approved ELM exemption; or
  3. after taking the ELM examination, passed Algebra II (ESM 70/MATH 70) at SF State or an equivalent course elsewhere with a grade of C or better. Beginning in Fall 2014, Area B4 courses must be completed with a grade of CR or C- or better to fulfill the General Education requirement.
DS 110Calculus with Business Applications3
GEOG 203Geographical Measurement3
ISED 160Data Analysis in Education3
MATH 110Business Calculus3
MATH 124Elementary Statistics3
MATH 199Pre-Calculus4
MATH 226Calculus I4
PSY 171Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology3

Area C: Arts and Humanities — 9 units

In their Area C coursework, students will develop a better understanding of the interrelationship between the self and the creative arts and of the humanities in a variety of cultures. In Area C3, students will explore the humanities with a specific focus on literature.

Requirements: Students starting as freshmen at SF State must complete a minimum of nine units in Area C including a minimum of three units in the areas of Arts (C1) and Humanities: Literature (C3). They must select an additional three units in either Arts (C1) or Humanities (C2).

Students starting as transfers at SF State must complete a minimum of nine units in Area C including a minimum of three units in the areas of Arts (C1) and Humanities (C2). They must select an additional three units in Arts (C1), Humanities (C2), or Humanities: Literature (C3).

Area C1: Arts

AA S 212Asian Americans and Mass Media (AERM)3
AFRS 204Black Creative Arts (AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 221African American Music: A 20th Century Survey (AERM)3
AFRS 230African American Gospel Workshop (AERM)3
AFRS 256Hip Hop Workshop (LLD, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
AIS 235American Indians: Image and Issues in the Mass Media (AERM, SJ)3
ART 201Western Art History I3
ART 202Western Art History II3
ART/HUM 205Asian Art History (GP)3
ART 235Printmaking 13
ART 240Introduction to Contemporary Sculpture3
ART 245Ceramics 13
BECA 235Digital Media Basics3
C W 101Introduction to Creative Writing (LLD)3
CINE 102Introduction to Contemporary Cinema (GP)3
CLAR 250Archaeology of the Ancient World (GP)3
DAI 226Modern Letterpress Printing: Traditional and Digital Techniques3
DAI 256Design and Society: Contemporary Design Issues and Applications3
H ED/HH 290Promoting Positive Health (LLD, GP)3
HUM/ART 205Asian Art History (GP)3
ID 240Color and Design3
ID 245Contemporary Design in Housing and Interiors3
JOUR 235Photojournalism I3
M S 202Introduction to Museum Exhibits (effective Spring 2017)3
MUS 120Basic Music I3
PHIL 160Introduction to Philosophy of the Arts3
RPT 210Arts and Crafts for Leisure (LLD)3
TH A 130Acting Workshop I (effective Spring 2017)3
TH A 200Introduction to the Theatre3

Area C2: Humanities

AA S 218Asian American Culture (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 266Black On-line: Cyberspace, Culture, and Community (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
ANTH 110Introduction to Archaeology (GP)3
ANTH 120Introductory Social and Cultural Anthropology (SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
BECA 201Life on TV: A Critical View (AERM)3
CAD 120Child Development, Social Justice, and Academic Success ( LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
CHIN 101First Semester Chinese (GP)5
CHIN 111Accelerated Elementary Chinese I (GP)5
CHIN 228Chinese Language and Society3
CINE/CLAS 280The Ancient World in Film3
CLAS 260Greek and Roman Mythology (GP)3
CLAS/CINE 280The Ancient World in Film3
COMM 120Language, Culture, and Power (LLD, AERM, SJ)3
FR 101First Semester French (GP)5
GER 101First Semester German (GP)5
GRE 101Elementary Ancient Greek3
HH 210The Dao of Well-Being in Chinese Tradition (LLD, AERM)3
HIST 110History of Western Civilization I (GP)3
HIST 111History of Western Civilization II (GP)3
HUM 220Values and Culture (GP)3
HUM 225Values in American Life (AERM)3
ITAL 101First Semester Italian,First Semester Italian for Speakers of English and Spanish (GP)5
JOUR 205Social Impact of Journalism3
JS 280Introduction to Jewish Studies3
LATN 101Elementary Latin (GP)3
MEIS/TURK 260Turkish Cultures and Identities (GP)3
MGS 150Modern Greek I (GP)4
PHIL 105Introduction to Philosophy and Religion3
PHIL/PLSI 150Contemporary Moral/Political Issues (SJ)3
PHIL 210Great Thinkers: East and West (GP)3
PRSN 100Summer Immersion Persian (GP)3
PRSN 101First Semester Persian (GP)5
PRSN 260Persian Culture and Civilization in English (GP)3
RRS 101Introduction to Arab and Muslim Communities (AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 201SFSU's Palestinian Cultural Mural and the Art of Resistance (AERM, GP, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
RRS 212Edward Said (AERM, GP, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
TPW 200Writing Practices in Professional Contexts3

Area C3: Humanities: Literature

AA S 216Introduction to Asian American Literature (AERM)3
AFRS 210Introduction to Africana Literature (AERM, SJ)3
CLAS 210Introduction to Greek and Roman Literature3
CLAS 230Ancient Epic Tales3
CLAS 240Greek and Roman Drama (SJ)3
CWL 210Reading Beyond Boundaries: An Introduction to Comparing Literatures (GP)3
CWL 230World Literature (GP)3
CWL 250Fables and Tales (GP)3
CWL 260Myths of the World (GP)3
CWL 270Fantasy and Fiction: Exploring Parallel Worlds3
ENG 230Literature and Film3
ENG 231Shakespeare on Film3
ENG 240Heroes and Antiheroes in Literature3
ENG 241The Good Life: Literature and the Pursuit of Happiness3
ENG 250The Study of Literature3
ENG 251The Lyric Poem in English3
ENG 252The Novel in English3
ENG 253Drama in English3
ENG 254Masterworks of Literature in English3
ENG 255Contemporary Literature3
ENG 258American Literature3
ENG 259Introduction to Shakespeare3
ENG 260Introduction to Science Fiction3
ENG 261The Vampire Tradition3
ENG 270Reading Videogames3
ENG 280Popular Drama and Social Critique (SJ)3
HUM 130The Humanities: Major Works3
LTNS 230Introduction to Latina/o Literature (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
MEIS/TURK 290Introduction to Turkish Literature in Translation (GP)3
PHIL 101Introduction to Philosophy3
PRSN 290Introduction to Persian Literature in Translation (GP)3
RPT 230Growth Through Adventure3
RRS 280Race, Gender, and Science Fiction (AERM)3

Area D: Social Sciences — 9 units

Through fulfillment of the Area D requirement, students will develop an understanding of problems and issues from a social science perspective and will examine issues in their contemporary as well as historical settings and in a variety of cultural contexts. Students will explore the principles, methodologies, value systems and ethics employed in social scientific inquiry.

The CSU American Institutions/US History and Government requirement (Areas D2 and D3) may be met either by examination (AP, CLEP, or SF State competency exam) or by taking at least one course in both Areas D2 and D3.

In U.S. History courses (Area D2), students will learn about the relationships among regions within the area of study and with external regions and states and the role of major ethnic and social groups in such events and the contexts in which the events have occurred.

In U.S. and California Government courses (Area D3), students will learn about the political philosophies of the framers of the Constitution and the nature and operation of United States political institutions and processes. Students will also learn about California government, particularly the constitution of the State of California within the framework of evolution of Federal-State relations and the nature and processes of State and local government under that Constitution.

Requirements: Students starting as freshmen at SF State must complete a minimum of nine units in Area D including a minimum of three units in each of the following areas: Social Sciences (D1), Social Sciences: US History (D2), and Social Sciences: US and California Government (D3).

Transfer students must complete a minimum of nine units in Area D. These students may transfer in with Area D satisfied without completing the US History and US and California Government requirements. Transfer students who have not met their US History and US and California Government requirements must still complete these requirements by taking courses from Area D2 and D3 (see below) or by selecting courses from the American Institutions area. See Undergraduate Degree: Overview for more information.

Area D1: Social Sciences (3 units required)

AA S 211Contemporary Asian Americans (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 101Introduction to Africana Studies (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 111Black Cultures and Personalities (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 200Introduction to Black Psychology (AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 202Black Men's Studies (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 203Black Social Sciences (AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 215Introduction to Black Family Studies (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 160Survey of Native California (AERM, ES, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
AIS 230Urban Indians (AERM, SJ)3
ANTH 120Introductory Social and Cultural Anthropology (Fall 2016 only, (SJ))3
CAD 210Introduction to Applied Child and Adolescent Development3
CAD 260Children, Families, and Community: An Ecological Perspective (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
ECON 101Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis3
ECON 102Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis3
EDUC/S ED 200Introduction to Teaching and Education3
EDUC 250Teaching and Learning Beyond the Classroom (LLD)3
ETHS/RRS 100Introduction to Ethnic Studies (AERM, GP, SJ)3
ETHS 260Ethnic Studies: The African American and Western Racism (AERM, GP, SJ)3
GEOG 102The Human Environment (ES, GP)3
GEOG 107World Regions and Interrelations (GP)3
H ED 200Global Health (LLD, GP, SJ)3
H ED 210Personal and Social Determinants of Health (LLD, SJ)3
H ED 221Health and Social Justice - Burning Issues, Taking Action (AERM, SJ)3
HH 200Holistic Approach to Academic Success (LLD, ES)3
HH 205Relaxation and Stress Reduction (LLD)3
HIST 114World History to 1500 (GP)3
HIST 115World History Since 1500 (GP)3
I R 104Introduction to World Affairs (ES, GP, SJ)3
IBUS 130Globalization and Business in the 21st Century (GP)3
KIN 255Health-related Fitness and Wellness (LLD, ES, GP, SJ)3
LABR 250Introduction to the Study of Labor (GP)3
LABR 251Know Your Work Rights (SJ)3
LTNS 211Latina/o Families Narrative (AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 265Topics in Latina/o History (AERM, SJ)3
PHIL 130Political and Social Philosophy (AERM, SJ)3
PLSI 100Understanding Politics (SJ)3
PLSI 106Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy: Introduction to Political Economy (SJ)3
PSY 200General Psychology (LLD)3
RPT 205Enlightened and Sustainable Travel (LLD)3
RPT 240Leisure and Society (LLD)3
RRS 255Voices in Exile: Arab and Muslim American and Civil Liberties post-9/11/2001 (AERM, GP, SJ)3
RRS 285Race, Sports, and Society (AERM)3
S ED/EDUC 200Introduction to Teaching and Education3
SOC 105Sociological Perspectives3
SOC/USP 200Changing Cities (SJ)3
SOC 245Social Problems (SJ)4
USP/SOC 200Changing Cities (SJ)3
WGS 200Introduction to Women and Gender Studies (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3

Area D2: Social Sciences: U.S. History (3 units required)

AA S 210History of Asians in the United States (AERM)3
AFRS 208Introduction to African American History (AERM, GP, SJ)3
AIS 150American Indian History in the United States (AERM, SJ)3
H ED 241Health and Social Movements in the United States in the 20th Century (AERM, SJ)3
HIST 120History of the U.S. through Reconstruction3
HIST 121History of the U.S. since Reconstruction3
HIST 130Survey of U.S. History for Foreign Students3
LTNS/HIST 278History of Latinos in the U.S. (AERM, SJ)3
RRS 103Introduction to Pacific Studies (AERM, GP, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
RRS 240All Power to the People: Comparative Freedom Movements of the "Sixties (AERM, SJ)3
WGS 150Women and Gender in U.S. History and Society (AERM, SJ)3

Area D3: Social Sciences: U.S. and California Government (3 units required)

AA S 213Asian Americans and American Ideals and Institutions (AERM, SJ)3
AIS 205American Indians and U.S. Laws (AERM, SJ)3
LTNS 276Latina/o, U.S. Government, and Constitutional Ideals (AERM)3
PLSI 200American Politics3
RRS 250Race, Ethnicity and Power in America (AERM, SJ, USG and CSLG)3
WGS 160Gender, Politics, and Citizenship (AERM)3

Area E: Lifelong Learning and Self-development (LLD)

Courses in Area E address topics such as human behavior, sexuality, nutrition, physical and mental health, stress management, financial literacy, social relationships and relationships with the environment, as well as implications of death and dying and avenues for lifelong learning.

Courses certified as meeting the Area E requirement are a minimum of three units and may be upper or lower division, in General Education, a major or minor, or an elective. SF State Studies requirements that are met in Area E courses are indicated after the course title.

Area E: Lifelong Learning and Self-development

AA S 218Asian American Culture (C2, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 301Asian Americans of Mixed Heritages (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 323Chinese American Identities (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 332Japanese American Art and Literature (UD-C, LLD, AERM, SJ)3
AA S 360Koreans in the United States (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 370Vietnamese in the United States (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 373Vietnamese American Identities (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 377Cambodians in the United States (UD-C, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 570Southeast Asians in the United States (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 585Asian American Religiosities (UD-C, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AA S 591Asian American Community Health Issues (UD-B, LLD, AERM, SJ)3
AFRS 215Introduction to Black Family Studies (D1, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 256Hip Hop Workshop (LLD, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 266Black On-line: Cyberspace, Culture, and Community (C2, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 335The Black Woman: A Cultural Analysis (LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
AFRS 645Literature of the Harlem Renaissance (LLD, UD-C, AERM, GP, SJ) (effective Spring 2017))3
AIS 400American Indian Education (UD-D, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
BIOL 100Human Biology (B2, LLD, SJ)3
BIOL 318Our Endangered Planet (LLD, UD-B, AERM, ES, GP)3
BIOL 330Human Sexuality (UD-B, LLD)3
C W 101Introduction to Creative Writing (C1, LLD)3
CAD 120Child Development, Social Justice, and Academic Success (D1, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
CAD 260Children, Families, and Community: An Ecological Perspective (D1, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
COMM 120Language, Culture, and Power (LLD, AERM, SJ)3
COMM 527Health Communication (UD-D, LLD)4
COMM 531Conflict Resolution (LLD, UD-D)4
COMM 544Communication and Aging (LLD)4
COUN 100Relationship Studies in College and University (A3, LLD) (effective Spring 2017)3
E ED 614Science, Math, and Technology Curricular in ECE (LLD, SJ)3
EDUC 250Teaching and Learning Beyond the Classroom (D1, LLD)3
EDUC 450Art for Children (LLD, UD-C, SJ)3
ENG 571Shakespeare's Rivals (LLD)3
ENG 583Shakespeare: Representative Plays (LLD)3
GRN 500Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (LLD, UD-D)3
GRN 510/NURS 500Death and Dying in Contemporary Society (LLD, UD-D)3
H ED 120Educational Justice, Health Equity, and Academic Success (LLD, AERM, SJ)3
H ED 200Global Health (D1, LLD, GP, SJ)3
H ED 210Personal and Social Determinants of Health (D1, LLD, SJ)3
H ED/HH 290Promoting Positive Health (C1, LLD, GP)3
H ED 320Contemporary Sexuality (UD-B, LLD, SJ)3
H ED 415Health Aspects of Aging (UD-D, LLD, SJ)3
H ED 455Community Organizing and Community Building for Health (UD-C, LLD, AERM, ES, GP, SJ)3
HH 200Holistic Approach to Academic Success (LLD, ES)3
HH 205Relaxation and Stress Reduction (D1, LLD)3
HH 210The Dao of Well-Being in Chinese Tradition (C2, LLD, AERM)3
HH 380Holistic Health: Western Perspectives (UD-B, LLD, GP)3
HH 381Holistic Health: Eastern Perspectives (UD-D, LLD, GP)3
HH 382Holistic Health: Human Nature and Global Perspectives (UD-C, LLD, GP)3
HH 383Chinese Perspectives in Holistic Health (UD-D, LLD)3
HH 420Chinese Body-Mind Energetics (UD-C, LLD, GP)3
HH 430Foundation of Biofeedback and Self Regulation (UD-B, LLD)3
HH 433Autogenic Training and Embodied Living (UD-B, LLD)3
HH 450Somatic Education and Holistic Health (UD-D, LLD)3
HH 530Herbal and Nutritional Principles in Chinese Healing (UD-B, LLD, GP)3
HH 535Western Nutrition and Herbs (UD-B, LLD, ES)3
HH 540Meditation and Imagery in Healing (UD-D, LLD, GP)3
HH 545Imagery and Healing in Tibetan Culture (UD-C, LLD, GP)3
HH 560Naturopathic Medicine and Personal Wellness (UD-B, LLD)3
HH 650Anthroposophical Health Studies (UD-D, LLD, GP)3
HH 660Art as Healing (UD-C, LLD)3
HH 670Alternative Health Practices (UD-D, LLD, GP)3
HH 680Holistic Health Internship Seminar (UD-C, LLD)3
HH 690Seminar: Psychophysiology of Healing (UD-B, LLD)3
HTM 110Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management (LLD, ES, GP, SJ) (effective Winter 2017)3
IBUS 576Global Entrepreneurship (LLD)3
ITEC 299How to Learn with Your iPod (LLD)3
ITEC 333Digital Pioneers: Creating Innovative Digital Entrepreneurs (LLD, UD-C, AERM)3
KIN 255Health-related Fitness and Wellness (D1, LLD, ES, GP, SJ)3
KIN 331Peak Performance (UD-D, LLD, GP, SJ)3
KIN 355Science, Sport, and Fitness (UD-B, LLD)3
LTNS 230Introduction to Latina/o Literature (C3, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
LTNS 530Latina/os and the Media (UD-C, LLD, AERM, SJ)3
MEIS 300Foundations in Middle East and Islamic Studies (UD-D, LLD, GP)3
NURS 500/GRN 510Death and Dying in Contemporary Society (LLD, UD-D)3
PHIL 383Ethics in Medicine (UD-C, LLD, SJ)3
PHIL 384Philosophy of Research Ethics (LLD, UD-C, GP, SJ)3
PHIL 494Philosophy and Personal Development (LLD, UD-C)3
PHIL 520Philosophy and Mysticism (UD-C, LLD, GP, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
PHIL 525/RELS 300The Nature of Religious Experience (UD-C, LLD, GP)3
PSY 200General Psychology (D1, LLD)3
RPT 110Critical Thinking and the Leisure Experience (A3, LLD)3
RPT 200Foundations of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism (LLD)3
RPT 210Arts and Crafts for Leisure (C1, LLD)3
RPT 205Enlightened and Sustainable Travel (D1, LLD)3
RPT 240Leisure and Society (D1, LLD)3
RPT 380Developmental Play Processes (UD-D, LLD)3
RRS 303Health and Wellness among Pacific Islanders (UD-B, LLD, SJ) (effective Spring 2017)3
SCI 101First Year Experience in Science and Engineering (A3, LLD, ES)3
SXS/PSY 320Sex and Relationships (UD-D, LLD)3
SXS 469/PHIL 445Sex and Morality (UD-C, LLD)3
SXS/WGS 551Queer Literatures and Media (UD-C, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3
WGS 200Introduction to Women and Gender Studies (D1, LLD, AERM, GP, SJ)3

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