Foundation II

Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 semester hours)

IIA. Creative Arts (3 hours minimum)

  • ARC 107 Global Design (3) IIIB
  • ARC 188 Ideas in Architecture (3) IIB
  • ARC 221, 222 History of Architecture I, II (3, 3) IIB
  • ART 162 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and Native America (3)
  • ART 181 Concepts in Art (3)
  • ART/AMS 183 Images of America (3) IIB
  • ART 185 India and Southeast Asia (3) IIB
  • ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic (3) IIB
  • ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) IIB
  • ART 189 History of Western Dress (3) IIB
  • ART 195 Introduction to Art Education (3)
  • ART 233 Global Perspectives on Dress (3)
  • ART 256 Design, Perception, and Audience (3)
  • ART/BWS 276 Introduction to the Art of the Black Diaspora (3) IIIB
  • ART 283 Modern America (3) IIB
  • ART 286 China, Korea, and Japan (3) IIB
  • CCA 111 Innovation, Creativity and Design Thinking (3) V
  • CCA 121 Introduction to the Integrated Arts and Culture (3)
  • MUS/AMS 135 Understanding Jazz: Its History & Context (3) IIIB
  • MUS 181 Music in our Lives (3)
  • MUS 184 Opera: Passport to the Liberal Arts (3) IIB
  • MUS 185 Diverse Worlds of Music (3) IIB, IIIB
  • MUS 186 Global Music for the I-Pod (3) IIB, IIIB
  • MUS 188 The Music of Russia (3)
  • MUS 189 Great Ideas in Western Music (3)
  • MUS 206 Tracking Sounds: A History of Film Music (3) IIB
  • MUS 211 History of Western Music (3)
  • MUS/IMS 221 Music Technologies (3) V
  • MUS 225 And the Beat Goes On... The History of Rock and Roll (3) IIB
  • MUS 285 Introduction to African American Music (3) IIB
  • MUS 287 Enter the Diva: Women in Music (3) IIB
  • POR/BWS/FST/LAS/MUS 204Brazilian Culture Through Popular Music (3) IIIB
  • THE 101 Introduction to Theatre: Drama and Analysis (3) *
  • THE 123Acting for the Non-Major: Text and Performance (3)
  • THE 191 Experiencing Theatre (3)
  • WST 122 Art Across the Disciplines: Visual Representation and Provocation (3)

* must be taken concurrently

IIB. Humanities (3 hours minimum)

  • AAA 201 Introduction to Asian/Asian American Studies (3) IIC, IIIB
  • AAA/ENG 269 Colonial & Postcolonial Literature (3) IIIB
  • AAA/REL 203 Religions of India (3) IIC, IIIB
  • AMS 205 Introduction to American Studies (3)
  • AMS 207 America - A Global Perspective (3) IIIB
  • AMS/AAA/ENG 248 Asian American Literature (3)
  • ARC 188 Ideas in Architecture (3) IIA
  • ARC 221, 222 History of Architecture I, II (3, 3) IIA
  • ART/AMS 183 Images of America (3) IIA
  • ART 185 India and Southeast Asia (3) IIA
  • ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic (3) IIA
  • ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) IIA
  • ART 189 History of Western Dress (3) IIA
  • ART/JPN 279 Buddhism and Culture: China and Japan (3)
  • ART 283 Modern America (3) IIA
  • ART 286 China, Korea, and Japan (3) IIA
  • CHI 251 Traditional Chinese Literature in English Translation (3)
  • CHI 252 Modern Chinese Literature in English Translation (3)
  • CHI/JPN 255 Drama in China and Japan in English Translation (3)
  • CHI 257 Chinese Satire (3) IIIB
  • CIT/CSE 262 Technology, Ethics, and Global Society (3) IIC
  • CJS 451/551 Comparative Justice Systems (3) IIIB
  • CLS 101 Greek Civilization in its Mediterranean Context (3)
  • CLS 102 Roman Civilization (3)
  • CLS 121 Introduction to Classical Mythology (3)
  • CMS 201 Introduction to Comparative Media (4)
  • EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education (3)
  • ENG 121 Literature for ESL Learners (3)
  • ENG 122 Popular Literature (3)
  • ENG 123 Introduction to Poetry (3)
  • ENG 124 Introduction to Fiction (3)
  • ENG 125 Introduction to Drama (3)
  • ENG 129 Books You Need to Read (3) 
  • ENG 134 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)
  • ENG 163 Literature and Travel (3)
  • ENG/DST 169 Disability and Literature (3)
  • ENG/IMS 171 Humanities and Technology (3)
  • ENG 202 Varieties of American English: Dialect Diversity and Language Change (3)
  • ENG/FST 220 Literature and Film (3)
  • ENG/IMS 238 Narrative and Digital Technology (3)
  • ENG/AMS 246 Native American Literature (3)
  • ENG 251 Introduction to European Literature (3)
  • ENG/LAS 254 Latino/a Literature and the Americas (3) IIIB
  • ENG/RUS 256 Russian Literature in English Translation: From Tolstoy to Nabokov (3) IIIB
  • ENG 272 English Literature to 1660 (3)
  • ENG 273 English Literature 1660 to 1900 (3)
  • ENG 274 English Literature 1901 to Present (3)
  • ENG 275 American Literature to 1900 (3)
  • ENG 276 American Literature after 1900 (3)
  • FRE 131 Masterpieces of French Literature in Translation (3)
  • FRE 202 Critical Analysis of French Culture (3) IIIB
  • FRE/GER/RUS 212/HST 211 Secular Jewish Culture From the Enlightenment to Zionism (3)
  • FRE/FST/GER 255 Visual Representations of the Holocaust (3)
  • FST 201 Introduction to Film Criticism and History (3)
  • FST/IDS 206 Diversity and Culture in American Film (3)
  • GER 151 The German-American Experience (3)
  • GER 231 Folk Fairy Tales and Literary Fairy Tales (3)
  • GER 232 The Holocaust in German Literature, History, and Film (3) IIIB,
  • GER 251 German Literature in Translation: Changing Concepts of the Self (3)
  • GER 252 The German-Jewish Experience (3)
  • GER/FST 261 German Film in Global Context (3) IIIB,
  • GER 321 Cultural Topics in German-Speaking Europe Since 1870 (3)
  • GER 322 Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the U.S.A. (3)
  • GIC 101 Introduction to Global and Intercultural Studies (3)
  • GIC/ENG 269 Colonial and Postcolonial Literature (3) IIIB
  • GIC 301 Approaches to Global & Intercultural Studies: Globalization and Belonging (3) IIB, IIB, IIIB, IP
  • HST 111, 112 Survey of American History (3, 3)
  • HST 121 Western Civilization to 1500 (3)
  • HST 122 Western Civilization (3)
  • HST 197 World History To 1500 (3) IIIB
  • HST 198 World History Since 1500 (3) IIIB
  • HST/BWS 224 Africa in History (3)
  • HST/BWS 225 The Making of Modern Africa (3)
  • HST 245 Making of Modern Europe, 1450-1750 (3) IIB
  • HST 254 Introduction to Russian and Eurasian Studies (3)
  • HST/LAS 260 Latin America in the United States (3) IIIB
  • HST 296 World History Since 1945 (3) IIIB
  • ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3)
  • ITL/AMS/FST 222 Italian American Culture (3)
  • JPN 231 Tales of the Supernatural in English Translation (3)
  • JRN 101 Introduction to Journalism (3)
  • KNH 292 Dance, Culture, and Contexts (3)
  • MAC 143 Introduction to Media (3)
  • MUS/AMS 135 Understanding Jazz, Its History and Context (3) IIA
  • MUS 184 Opera: Passport to the Liberal Arts (3) IIA
  • MUS 185 Diverse Worlds of Music (3) IIA, IIIB
  • MUS 186 Global Music for the I-Pod (3) IIA, IIIB
  • MUS 206 Tracking Sounds: A History of Film Music (3) IIA
  • MUS 225 And the Beat Goes On... The History of Rock and Roll (3) IIA
  • MUS 285 Introduction to African American Music (3) IIA
  • MUS/WGS 287 Enter the Diva: Women in Music (3) IIA
  • PHL 103 Society and the Individual (3)
  • PHL 104 Purpose or Chance in the Universe (3)
  • PHL 105 Theories of Human Nature (3)
  • PHL 106 Thought and Culture of India (3)
  • PHL 131 Introduction to Ethics (3)
  • POR 381 Culture and Arts in the Afro-Brazilian Diaspora (3)
  • POR/BWS/FST/LAS/MUS 204 Brazilian Culture Through Popular Music (3) IIA, IIIB
  • POR/BWS/ENG/WGS/FST 383 By or About (Afro-) Brazilian Women (3) IIIB
  • REL 101 Introduction to the Study of Religion (3)
  • REL/BIO 128 Religion, Science, and Origins (3)
  • REL/RUS 133 Imagining Russia (3) IIIB
  • REL 275 Introduction to the Critical Study of Biblical Literature (3)
  • REL 286 Global Jewish Civilization (3) IIIB
  • REL 314 Social and Religious History of the Jewish People (3)
  • RUS 137 Russian Folklore (3) IIB
  • RUS/ENG 255 Russian Literature from Pushkin to Dostoevsky in English Translation (3)
  • RUS/ENG 256 Russian Literature in English Translation: From Tolstoy to Nabokov (3) IIIB
  • RUS 257/ENG 267 Literature in Translation from Pasternak to the Present (3) IIIB,
  • SPN 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3)
  • STC/FST 281 Mediated Sexualities: Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgendered Persons and the Electronic Media (3)
  • WGS 202 Introduction to GLBT Studies (3)
  • WST 201 Self and Place (3)

IIC. Social Science (3 hours minimum)

  • AAA 201 Introduction to Asian/Asian American Studies (3) IIB, IIIB
  • AAA 207 Asia and Globalization (3) IIIB
  • ASO 201 Introduction to Applied Social Research (3) IIIB
  • ATH 145 Lost Cities and Ancient Civilizations (3) IIIB
  • ATH 155 Introduction to Anthropology (4) IIIB
  • ATH 175 People of the World (3) IIIB
  • ATH 180F Great Ape Biology and Behavior (3)
  • ATH 185 Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (3) IIIB
  • ATH 313 Latin American Archaelogy (3) IIIB
  • ATH 405/ATH 505 Food, Taste, and Desire (3) IIIB
  • BWS 151Introduction to Black World Studies (4)
  • BWS 209 Civilization of Africa (3) Cul, H
  • CIT/CSE 262 Technology, Ethics, and Global Society (3) IIB
  • CJS 101 Introduction to the Criminal Justice Studies (3)
  • CMR 106 Introduction to Business and the Economy (3)
  • CMR 117 Personal Finance, An Introduction (3)
  • ECO 131 Economic Perspectives on Inequality in America (3)
  • ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
  • ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
  • EDL 203 Introduction to Critical Youth Studies (3)
  • EDL 232 Introduction to Community-Based Leadership (3)
  • EDP 101 Critical Issues in the Psychology of the Learner (3)
  • EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts (3)
  • EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner (3)
  • EDP/DST/SOC 272 Introduction to Disability Studies (3)
  • EDP 279 Technology + Media Literacy and Learning (3)
  • ENG/STC 201 Language Awareness (3)
  • FSW 142 Exploring Helping Professions (3)
  • FSW 206 Social Welfare: Impact on Diverse Groups (3)
  • FSW 245 Children and Families: Ages Conception (3)
  • FSW 261 Diverse Family Systems Across the Life Cycle (3)
  • GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity (3) IIIB
  • GEO 111 World Regional Geography: Patterns and Issues (3)
  • GEO/SJS 159 Creating Global Peace (3) IIIB
  • GEO 201 Geography of Urban Diversity (3)
  • GEO/ITS/SOC 208 The Rise of Industrialism in East Asia (3)
  • GER 322 Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the U.S.A. (3) IIB
  • GIC 101 Global and Intercultural Studies (3) IIB, IIIB
  • GTY 154 Aging in American Society (3)
  • IDS 159 Strength Through Cultural Diversity (3) IIIB
  • ITS 201 Introduction to International Studies (3) IIB, IIIB
  • KNH 125 Introduction to Public Health (3)
  • KNH 188 Physical Activity and Health (3)
  • KNH 206 AIDS: Etiology, Prevalence, and Prevention (3)
  • KNH 214 Global Well-Being (3) IIIB
  • KNH 242 Personal Health (3)
  • KNH 276 The Meaning of Leisure (3)
  • KNH/BWS/SOC 279 African Americans in Sport (3)
  • LAS 207 Latin America before 1910 (3)
  • LAS 208/ATH 206 Introduction to Latin America (3) IIIB
  • MGT 111 Introduction to Business (3)
  • POL 142 American Politics and Diversity (3)
  • POL 221 Modern World Governments (3)
  • POL 241 American Political Systems (3)
  • POL 271 World Politics (3)
  • PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology (3)
  • PSY/AAA/BWS 210 Psychology Across Cultures (3) IIIB
  • SJS/SOC 165 Introduction to Social Justice Studies (3)
  • SOC 151 Social Relations (4)
  • SOC 153 Sociology in a Global Context (3) IIIB
  • SPA 127 Introduction to Communication Disorders (3)
  • SPA 223Theories of Language Development (3)
  • SPA/DST 312 Deaf Culture: Global, National and Local Issues (3) IIIB
  • STC 134 Intro to Speech Communication (3)
  • STC 136 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
  • WGS 201 Introduction to Women's Studies (3) IIIB