Sep 25, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

College of Arts and Sciences


Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Colleges, Schools & Divisions

College of Arts & Sciences
Liberal Arts Building 153 ~ 260-481-6160 ~ ipfw.edu/as/

The College of Arts and Sciences offers courses and programs in the traditional liberal arts disciplines. In addition to providing students with opportunities to develop skills required in the workplace and for advanced study, we seek to foster the development of a well-rounded individual. The College recognizes the role of non-traditional students at IPFW and makes special efforts to meet their needs.

Graduates of the College’s baccalaureate programs should have a level of knowledge and awareness that enables them to be effective citizens and lifelong learners. They are expected to have a working understanding of the knowledge and methodology appropriate for their field of study; to be aware of major issues in their discipline; and be able to communicate this content effectively to others.

The research and service components of the College are those appropriate for a comprehensive regional university. The College is responsible for basic-skills courses in mathematics, oral communication, and written communication as well as for the majority of courses that fulfill both College and IPFW General Education requirements. Faculty maintain their qualifications as teachers by engaging in research and creative endeavors, and they enhance the reputation of the university through their contributions to the advancement of knowledge within their disciplines. Through research and service, the College seeks to be a vital resource for business, industry, public and private education, the arts, and government in northeast Indiana.

Academic Renewal Option

The College of Arts and Sciences participates in the Academic Renewal Option for eligible students returning to IPFW after an absence of five or more years.  See an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center for details.

Advising

Consult with an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences at least one term prior to the anticipated graduation date.  Transfer students are required to consult with the Lead Advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center prior to starting their first semester to ensure transferred courses are properly credited and to avoid enrolling in duplicate or overlapping courses. All degree-seeking students are strongly encouraged to meet with their College and Department advisor at least once each term.

Cooperative Education (Co-Op) Program

Cooperative education provides an opportunity for students to gain work experience while still enrolled in school. Check with your Department regarding eligibility for this program.

Academic Programs

The College of Arts and Sciences offers a broad range of majors, minors, and interdisciplinary certificate programs.  Each program, with its sponsoring unit in the College, is listed below.  If you are undecided about declaring a major or minor within the College, contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center who can help you choose courses to assure reasonable progress as you narrow your choices and finally decide on a specific plan of study. If you change your major or your catalog term, your degree requirements may also change. 

Associate of Science

Major

Department

Chemical Methods  Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts

Major

Department

Anthropology Anthropology
Communication Interpersonal and Organizational Concentration Communication
Communication Media and Culture Concentration Communication
Communication Multimedia Newsgathering and Reporting Communication
Communication Rhetoric and Public Advocacy Concentration Communication
Economics Political Science
English and Communication Media Concentration English and Linguistics
English Language Concentration English and Linguistics
English Literature Concentration English and Lignuistics
English Teacher Certification Concentration English and Linguistics
English Writing Concentration English and Linguistics
History History
Political Science Political Science
Psychology Psychology
Sociology Sociology
Spanish International Language and Culture Studies
Women’s Studies Political Science

Bachelor of Science

Major

Department

Biology Biology
Biology with Certification in Medical Technology (4+1) Biology
Biology with Concentration in Ecology and Evoluntionary Biology Biology
Biology with Concentration in Genetics, Cellular & Molecular Biology Biology
Biology with Concentration in Microbiology and Immunology Biology
Chemistry Chemistry
Chemistry, B.S.C. Chemistry
Communication Sciences & Disorders Communication Sciences & Disorders
Mathematics Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics with Teaching Certification Mathematical Sciences
Physics Physics
Physics with Concentration in Biomedical Physics Physics
Physics with Concentration in Computational Physics Physics
Physics with Concentration in Engineering Physics 
Physics with Concentration in Optoelectronics Physics

If interested in pursuing a teaching license in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics, contact the Department of Educational Studies .

Bachelor Degrees in General Studies

General Studies offers a variety of personalized degree options.  After students are admitted to the General Studies degree program, an advisor will provide assistance in developing a plan of study to meet the student’s objectives.  Appointments can be made at the office in Kettler Hall - Room 144 or by phone ~ 260-481-6828.  Links to the requirements for the majors can be found in  Program Descriptions .

Major

Department

Applied Science, B.A.S. General Studies
General Studies, B.G.S. General Studies

Minors 

Completion of any minor requires a minimum of 12 credits in courses specified by the sponsoring department, including at least 6 resident credits at the 200 level or above and a grade of C- or better in each course.  Students cannot earn a minor and a major in the same program.

Minor

Department

Anthroplogy Anthropology
Astronomy Physics
Biology Biology
Chemistry Chemistry
Communication Studies Communication
Creative Writing English and Linguistics
Economics Political Science
English English and Linguistics
Ethics, Professional and Applied English and Linguistics
Film and Media Studies Communication
Folklore English and Linguistics
French International Language and Culture Studies
Geology Physics
German International Language and Culture Studies
History History
Journalism Communication
Linguistics English and Linguistics
Mathematics Mathematical Sciences
Media Production Communication
Medieval Studies English and Linguistics
Philosophy English and Linguistics
Physics Physics
Political Science Political Science
Professional and Applied Ethics English and Linguistics
Professional Writing English and Linguistics
Psychology Psychology
Public Relations Communication
Religious Studies History
Sociology Sociology
Spanish International Language and Culture Studies
Women’s Studies Political Science

 Certificates

Certificate

Department

Civic Education and Public Advocacy Political Science
Gerontology Psychology
International Studies English
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Psychology
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Post-Baccalaureate Psychology
Medical Ethics English and Linguistics
Medical Ethics Post-Baccalaureate English and Linguistics
Native American Studies Anthropology
Peace and Conflict Studies Political Science
Teaching English as a New Language English and Linguistics
Women’s Studies Political Science

Research Certificates

Pursuing a research certificate provides opportunities to engage in active learning situations integrating original research and the undergraduate curricula.  You will learn research methods and tools appropriate to your discipline, and research interests within the discipline; the foundations of research relating to the history, philosophy, and theory of the discipline; and advanced communications skills.  You will apply knowledge learned by designing and executing a research study or project and communicating the results to others.  

Research Certificate

Department

Anthropology Research Certificate Anthropology
Biology Research Certificate Biology
Chemistry Research Certificate Chemistry
Mathematical Sciences Research Certificate Mathematics
Physics Research Certificate Physics
Psychology Research Certificate Psychology

Degree Requirements and Academic Regulations

The following rules apply for the College of Arts and Sciences.  Where College regulations are stricter than IPFW regulations (Regulations, Policies, Rights, & Responsibilities ), the College regulations apply.  

Requirements for the Associate of Science Degree

  1. The link to program requirements for the Associate of Science in Chemical Methods appear in the Program Descriptions  section of this Bulletin.
  2. A grade of C- or better for all courses required in the major and a GPA of 2.00 or higher for all major department courses taken.
  3. Residency requirements for an Associate degree: registration in and completion of at least 32 credits of resident course credit, including at least 15 resident credits in courses applicable to the major.
  4. Normally, you must complete the entire final year at IPFW.  However with the approval of your College and if you have satisfied the resident credit requirement, you may complete the remaining requirements in another approved College or university.
  5. You must register, either in residence or absentia, as a candidate for the desired degree during the academic session immediately preceding its conferral.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree

 In addition to the General Education Requirements  and the requirements for your major found in Program Descriptions , you must satisfy the following requirements:

  1.  Successful completion of Parts A through D listed below.
  2.  At least 30 credits in upper-level courses as defined by the departments offering the courses (excluding military science courses).
  3. A grade of C- or better for all courses required in the major and a GPA of 2.00 or higher for all major department courses taken.
  4. The College requires that students complete one of the following MA courses:  MA 14000, 15300, 15900, 16500, 22700, 22900, STAT 12500, or placement above MA 15300, or the math course required for your major.  Please note that in many degree programs, a specific math course/courses is/are required.  The various courses differ with respect to emphasis on the foundations of mathematical reasoning and their application.  One of these MA courses may also meet your IPFW General Education Category A3 (Quantitative Reasoning) requirement; therefore, you are strongly encouraged to consult your academic advisor to determine which course would be most appropriate for you.
  5. The College of Arts and Sciences requires that you complete at least one science course with a scheduled laboratory as part of your IPFW General Education requirements. This requirement may be met either by taking a lecture course that includes a scheduled laboratory (e.g., CHM 11100) or a lecture course plus a laboratory course designed to accompany it (e.g., GEOL G100 plus GEOL L100). This provides the opportunity to apply concepts learned in the classroom and to conduct scientific inquiry.
  6. A sufficient number of elective credits to bring the total number of credits counting toward graduation to 120.
  7. Residency requirements for a Bachelor’s degree: registration in and completion of at least 32 credits of resident course credit at the 200 level or above, including at least 15 resident credits at the 300 level or above in courses applicable to the major.
  8. Normally, you must complete the entire final year at IPFW.  However with the approval of your College and if you have satisfied the resident credit requirement, you may complete the remaining requirements in another approved College or university.
  9. You must register, either in residence or absentia, as a candidate for the desired degree during the academic session immediately preceding its conferral.

Part A:  English Writing and Speaking

An education in the liberal arts and sciences emphasizes the value of analyzing and presenting ideas in writing and speaking; thus the College strives to improve its students’ oral and written communication skills.  Consequently, in addition to your General Education writing course (ENG W131 or equivalent), you are required to complete ENG W233 or an equivalent second writing course approved for this purpose by individual departments and the College.  In general, these second writing courses are developed to introduce students to the types of writing they will do in their respective fields.  Approved equivalents are:  ENG L202, HIST H217, ILCS I300, or POLS Y207.  You are also required to complete COM 11400 or an equivalent oral communication course approved by individual departments and the College.  An approved equivalent course is HIST H125.  You must complete all courses meeting this requirement with a grade of C- or better.

Part B:  International Language

You must complete two courses at the first-year level and two courses at the second-year level in  a single international language (or demonstrate equivalent proficiency). You are urged to begin studying a language as soon as possible.  For information on advanced placement, special credit in an international language, and foreign language proficiency for Non-Native Speakers of English,  see the “Additional Information for Bachelor’s Degrees” section below.

Part C:  Distribution

A significant component of the College of Arts and Sciences education is the breadth of knowledge throughout the three major areas of Science and Mathematics, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Humanities. You will accomplish this by completing 3 credits in each of these areas. Credits in your major discipline or in directed study courses may not be used to satisfy this requirement.  Distribution courses do not overlap with General Education requirements.

Science and Mathematics

Agriculture (only FNR 10300)
Anthropology (only ANTH B200)
Astronomy
Biology (excluding BIOL 10500)
Chemistry
Entomology
Geography (only physical geography)
Geology
Mathematics (excluding MA 10100, 10200, 10300, 10900, 11100/11101, 11300 and 12401)
Physics
Political Science (only POLS Y395)
Psychology (only PSY 20100)
Sociology (only SOC S351)
Statistics

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Anthropology (excluding ANTH B200)
Communication (excluding COM 11400, 21000, 23800, 31200, 31600, 32700, 35800, 44300, 46300 and 47500)
Comunication Sciences and Disorders
Economics
English (only ENG G205, G206, and G301)
Geography (only human, cultural, or social geography)
Gerontology (only GERN G231)
International Studies (only INTL I200)
Journalism (only JOUR C300, J300, and J337)
Linguistics
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
Political Science (excluding POLS Y395)
Psychology (excluding PSY 20100)
Sociology (excluding SOC S351)
Spanish* (only SPAN S425, S426, and S428)
Women’s Studies (only WOST W210 and W240)

 Humanities

Afro-American studies
Arabic*
Architectural Engineering Technology (only ARET 21000 and 31000)
Chinese*
Classical studies*
Communication (only COM 21000, 21600, 23800, 31200, 31600, 35800, 46300 and 47500)
Comparative literature
English (excluding ENG G205, G206, G301, P131, W129, W131, W140, W232, W233, W234, W331, W364, W397, W398, W421, W422, and W460)
Film studies
Fine arts (excluding studio courses)
Folklore
French*
German*
History
International Language and Culture Studies (excluding ILCS I300)
International Studies (excluding INTL I200)
Japanese*
Journalism (excluding JOUR C300, and J300)
Latin American Studies
Medieval Studies
Music (excluding performance/skills courses)
Near Eastern Language and Culture*
Peace and Conflict Studies (only PACS P200)
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Russian*
Spanish* (excluding SPAN S425, S426, and S428)
Theatre (excluding performance/production courses)
Women’s Studies (excluding WOST W210 and W240)
*excluding courses used to satisfy the Part B requirement

Part D:  Cultural Studies

An important element of the College of Arts and Sciences degree requirements is for students to acquire skills necessary to be productive, responsible citizens and community leaders. To do this, you must have a commitment to free and open inquiry and show mutual respect across multiple cultures and perspectives. Students will accomplish this by taking 6 credit hours in cultural studies, including one 3 credit course in Western Culture and one 3 credit course in Non-Western Culture.  The Western Culture courses deal broadly with the Western tradition.  The Non-Western Culture courses deal exclusively or primarily with a non-Western culture or cultures. Contact your advisor or the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center to discuss the possibility of courses double counting to satisfy the Western and Non-Western Culture Studies requirements.

Western Culture

CLAS C205, C405
COM 31200
ENG L101, L102
FINA H111, H112
HIST H113, H114, H225 (only when offered as Intro To Political Theory), HIST C386, HIST C388
PHIL 11000, 24000, 30100
POLS Y105, Y381, Y382
REL 11200, 23100, 30000

Non-Western Culture

ANTH E310, E320, E321, E330, E335, E340, E341, E345, E356, E375, E398, E401, E402, E405, E420, E445, E455, E457, E462, E470, E479, P360, P370
EALC E231, E232,
ENG L107, L113, L364
FINA H415
FOLK F305, F352
HIST A310-A311, C393, D310, D402, D410, E100, E331, E332, E336, E431, F341, F342, F346, F432, G451, G452, H201, H202, H232, T335
NELC N204
POLS Y332, Y339, Y340
REL 23000, 30100, 30600, 30700, 31100
SOC S410  (only when offered as Culture of China, or Modern Japanese Society)
SPAN S246, S412, S471, S472, S477, S479, S480
WOST W301

 Requirements for the Bachelor of Science

  In addition to the General Education Requirements  and the requirements for your major found in Program Descriptions , you must satisfy the following requirements:

  1. Successful completion of Parts A and B listed below.
  2. At least 30 credits in upper-level courses as defined by the departments offering the courses (excluding military science courses).
  3. A grade of C- or better for all courses required in the major and a GPA of 2.00 or higher for all major department courses taken.
  4. The College requires that students complete one of the following MA courses:  MA 14000, 15300, 15900, 16500, 22700, 22900, STAT 12500, or placement above MA 15300, or the math course required for your major.  Please note that in many degree programs, a specific math course/courses is/are required.  The various courses differ with respect to emphasis on the foundations of mathematical reasoning and their application.  One of these MA courses may also meet your IPFW General Education Category A3 (Quantitative Reasoning) requirement; therefore, you are strongly encouraged to consult your academic advisor to determine which course would be most appropriate for you.
  5. A sufficient number of elective credits to bring the total number of credits counting toward graduation to 120.
  6. Residency requirements for a Bachelor’s degree: registration in and completion of at least 32 credits of resident course credit at the 200 level or above, including at least 15 resident credits at the 300 level or above in courses applicable to the major.
  7. Normally, you must complete the entire final year at IPFW.  However with the approval of your College and if you have satisfied the resident credit requirement, you may complete the remaining requirements in another approved College or university.
  8. You must register, either in residence or absentia, as a candidate for the desired degree during the academic session immediately preceding its conferral.

Part A:  English Writing and Speaking

An education in the liberal arts and sciences emphasizes the value of analyzing and presenting ideas in writing and speaking; thus the College strives to improve its students’ oral and written communication skills.  Consequently, in addition to your General Education writing course (ENG W131 or equivalent), you are required to complete ENG W233 or an equivalent second writing course approved for this purpose by individual departments and the College.  In general, these second writing courses are developed to introduce students to the types of writing they will do in their respective fields.  Approved equivalents are:  ENG L202, HIST H217, ILCS I300, or POLS Y207.  You are also required to complete COM 11400 or an equivalent oral communication course approved by individual departments and the College.  An approved equivalent course is HIST H125.  You must complete all courses meeting this requirement with a grade of C- or better.

Part B:  International Language

You must complete two courses at the first-year level (or demonstrate equivalent proficiency) in one international language. Students in a teaching program are exempt from the international language requirement. You are urged to begin studying a language as soon as possible. For information on advanced placement, special credit in an international language, and foreign language proficiency for Non-Native Speakers of English,  see the “Additional Information for Bachelor’s Degrees” section below.

Additional Information for Bachelor’s Degrees:

Along with the IPFW academic Regulations, Policies, Rights, & Responsibilities , the following information also applies to the following College of Arts and Sciences degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

1. Special Credit for International Language:

When you begin your international language study at IPFW at the second-semester level (112-113) or higher, you are eligible to apply for special credit after successfully completing the course into which you placed. You may receive up to 14 credits of special credit.  This credit is not automatically granted and must be applied for through Department of International Language and Culture Studies.  To demonstrate proficiency in their native language, non-native speakers of English may submit an application to the Director of Advising for the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center.  The application may be found online through the College of Arts and Sciences webpage under Advising Resources or by visiting the College’s Student Success Center.

2. Undistributed Transfer Credit:

Undistributed transfer credit (for courses not equivalent to IPFW courses) may be used to satisfy general education requirements and distribution requirements, and may be counted in the degree program where appropriate. Contact the Lead Advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center as soon as possible to confirm the application of any undistributed transfer credit you are awarded.  Properly distributing transfer credit will help students avoid enrolling in duplicate or overlapping courses.

3. Credit Restrictions:

a.  You may count no more than 4 credits in:

  • HPER activitiy courses (e.g. HPER Exxx)

b.  You may count no more than 3 credits in:

  • IDIS courses, ENG W135, MA 14900

c.  You may count no credit in:

  • Developmental courses such as CHM 10000, EDUC X15x, ENG R15x, ENG W115, ENG W116, ENG W130, MA 111, MA 10900, MA 11300.
  • Courses that provide only surveys of career opportunities, such as AGR 10100, BUS J100, CNT 10100, EDUA F300 (except when offered as Invitation to Teaching) and G250, EDUC X210, ETCS 10100, HSC 10000, HSRV 10000 (1 cr.), IDIS 10500, MHT 10000 (1 cr.), NUR 10100, RHIT 10000, PPOL V352, and VM 10200.
  • Courses designed to provide a skill not required to complete the major, such as AHLT Mxxx, AHSP Mxxx; BUFW C124, C125, C293, and X221; BUS K214; DAST Axxx; DHYG Hxxx (except DHYG H240 and H320); OLS 12100; and SPV 39900. 

4. Credit for Military Service:

Up to 9 credits for military service in the armed forces of the United States may be counted toward graduation.

5. General Education Requirements:

Some majors may require additional General Education courses as specified in their program description.

6. Upper-Level Courses:

All courses numbered 300 or above are considered upper-level courses.  In addition, the following 200-numbered courses are defined as upper-level by the College of Arts and Sciences Departments offering them and may be included in the 30 credits in upper-level courses required for graduation.

Courses which may count toward 300-level requirement:
BIOL 21500
CHM 21800, 22400, 24100, 25400, 25500, 25600, 25800, 26100, 26200, 26500, 26600, 27500, and 29000
ENTM 20600-20700
GEOL G213, G221, and G222
MA 26100, 26300, and 27500
PHYS 27000
PSY 20100, 20300, 20500, 23500, 24000, and 27200
REL 23000 and 23100

7. Courses with Overlapping Content:

You may not count toward graduation any courses or sequences considered to have overlapping content with a course you have already taken.  A list of such courses is shown below; however this list may not be exhaustive.  Please check before registering or contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Center.  If you enroll in a course that appears in the left column, and you have completed any of the courses that are listed to its right, only the most recently completed course will apply toward graduation.

Courses that may only count once due to overlapping course content
AST A100 GEOL G121
AST A105 ASTR 26400
ASTR 26400 AST A105
BIOL 10000 BIOL 10800-10900 or 11700-11900 or 25000
BIOL 10800-10900 BIOL 10000 or 11700-11900 or 25000
BIOL 11700-11900 BIOL 10000 or 10800-10900 or 25000
BIOL 20300-20400 BIOL 21500-21600
BIOL 21500-21600 BIOL 20300-20400
BIOL 22000 BIOL 22100 or 43800-43900 or 43700
BIOL 25000 BIOL 10000 or 10800/10900
BIOL 31700 PSY 31700
BIOL 43700 BIOL 22000 or 22100 or 43800-43900
BUS K200-K211-K212 CS 10600, ETCS 10600
BUS K201 BUS K211 or K212 or K213
BUS K211 BUS K201
BUS K212 BUS K201
BUS K213 BUS K201
CHM 10100-10200 CHM 10400 or 11100-11200 or 11500-11600 or 12900 or 15100
CHM 10400 CHM 10100-10200 or 11100-11200 or 11500-11600 or 12900 or 15100
CHM 11100-11200 CHM 10400 or 10100-10200 or 11500-11600 or 12900 or 15100
CHM 11500-11600 CHM 10400 or 10100-10200 or 11100-11200 or 12900 or 15100
CHM 12900 CHM 10400 or 10100-10200 or 11100-11200 or 11500-11600 or 15100
CHM 15100 CHM 10400 or 10100-10200 or 11100-11200 or 11500-11600 or 12900
CHM 22400 CHM 32100
CHM 25100 CHM 25500-25600 or 26100-26200
CHM 25200 CHM 25400-25800 or 26300-26400 or 26500-26600
CHM 25400-25800 CHM 25200 or 26300-26400 or 26500-26600
CHM 25500-25600 CHM 25100 or 26100-26200
CHM 26100-26200 CHM 25100 or 25500-25600
CHM 26300-26400 CHM 25200 or 25400-25800 or 26500-26600
CHM 26500-26600 CHM 25200 or 25400-25800 or 26300-26400
CHM 32100 CHM 22400
CHM 37100 CHM 37300-37400 or 38300-38400
CHM 38300-38400 CHM 37300-37400
COM 25000 JOUR C200
COM 25300 JOUR J219
COM 35200 JOUR J300
CS 10600 BUS K200-K211-K212, ETCS 10600
ECON E200 ECON E201
ECON E201 ECON E200
ECON E270 POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
EE 30200 STAT 31000 or 51600
ENG L220 ENG L315
ENG L315 ENG L220
ENG L374 ENG L379
ENG L379 ENG L374
ENG W140 ENG W233
ENG W233 ENG W140
ETCS 10600 BUS K200-K211-K212, CS 10600
FOLK F254 MUS Z201
GEOL G100 GEOL G103 or S100
GEOL G103 GEOL G100 or S100
GEOL G121 AST A100
GEOL S100 GEOL G100 or G103
GER G309 INTL I209
HIST A316 HIST A345-A346
HIST A345-A346 HIST A316
HIST D310 HIST D410
HIST D410 HIST D310
HIST E331 HIST E431
HIST E332 HIST E432
IDIS 11000 IDIS G102 or G103 or G104
IDIS G102 IDIS 11000 or G103 or G104
IDIS G103 IDIS 11000 or G102 or G104
IDIS G104 IDIS 11000 or G102 or G103
INTL I209 GER G309
INTL I441 AMST A441
JOUR C200 COM 25000
JOUR J219 COM 25300
JOUR J300 COM 35200
MA 14000 MA 16800
MA 14900 MA 15300
MA 15300 MA 14900
MA 15300-15400 MA 15900
MA 15900 MA 15300-15400
MA 16300-16400 MA 16500-16600 or 22700-22800 or 22900-23000
MA 16500-16600 MA 16300-16400 or 22700-22800 or 22900-23000
MA 16800 MA 14000
MA 17500 MA 21300-21500
MA 21300 MA 17500 or 21500
MA 21300-21500 MA 17500
MA 22700-22800 MA 16300-16400 or 16500-16600 or 22900-23000
MA 22900-23000 MA 16300-16400 or 16500-16600 or 22700-22800
MA 26100 MA 26300
MA 26200 MA 32100 or 36300
MA 26300 MA 26100
MA 32100 MA 26200 or 36300
MA 36300 MA 26200 or 32100
MUS Z201 FOLK F254
PHIL 11200 REL 11200
PHIL 33000 REL 23000
PHIL 33100 REL 23100
PHYS 13100-13200 PHYS 15200-25100 or 20100-20200 or 21800-21900 or 22000-22100
PHYS 15200-25100 PHYS 13100-13200 or 20100-20200 or 21800-21900 or 22000-22100
PHYS 20100-20200 PHYS 13100-13200 or 15200-25100 or 21800-21900 or 22000-22100
PHYS 21800-21900 PHYS 13100-13200 or 15200-25100 or 20100-20200 or 22000-22100
PHYS 22000-22100 PHYS 13100-13200 or 15200-25100 or 20100-20200 or 21800-21900
PHYS 24100 PHYS 25100 or 26100
PHYS 25100 PHYS 24100 or 26100
PHYS 26100 PHYS 24100 or 25100
PHYS 31200-33000 PHYS 33000-31200
PHYS 31300-33100 PHYS 33100-31300
POLS Y395 ECON E270 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
PPOL K300 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
PSY 10000 PSY 14000
PSY 14000 PSY 10000
PSY 20100 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
PSY 20200 PSY 20500
PSY 20500 PSY 20200
PSY 22500 PSY 33500
PSY 23500 PSY 36900
PSY 31700 BIOL 31700
PSY 33500 PSY 22500
PSY 36900 PSY 23500
REL 11200 PHIL 11200
REL 23000 PHIL 33000
REL 23100 PHIL 33100
SOC S351 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
SPEA K300 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
STAT 24000 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
STAT 26000 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
STAT 30100 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30300 or 30700 or 51100
STAT 30300 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30700 or 51100
STAT 30700 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 51100
STAT 31100 EE 30200 or STAT 51600
STAT 34000 STAT 51200
STAT 51100 ECON E270 or POLS Y395 or PPOL K300 or PSY 20100 or SOC S351 or SPEA K300 or STAT 24000 or 26000 or 30100 or 30300 or 30700
STAT 51200 STAT 34000
STAT 51600 EE 30200 or STAT 31100

Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Colleges, Schools & Divisions