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General Education (GE) meets three kinds of learning outcomes. First, GE helps students develop core competencies in critical thinking, quantitative literacy, visual fluency, and written and oral communication. Second, these courses help students confront and understand significant issues pertaining to the world and human nature and learn to explore those issues through a breadth of perspectives. Finally, in addressing core competencies and significant issues through knowledge discovery, application and dissemination, GE prepares students to become creative and collaborative problem solvers and to have an impact on their communities. As part of the University of Utah’s implementation of Utah Code R470, the University endorses a set of Learning Outcomes which describes what the university expects, in a broad sense, students to achieve through completing the general education program. Oversight The approval of General Education and Bachelor Degree Requirement designations for courses is done by the General Education Curriculum Committee (GECC), which is run by the Office of General Education. The GECC reviews each designation on all courses every five years. The addition of new designations to courses is also approved by the Undergraduate Council. General Education Requirements American Institutions Lower Division Writing Quantitative Reasoning Fine Arts Humanities Physical/Life Science Applied Science Social/Behavioral Science

To complete Utah's General Education requirements for Writing and Composition, students must complete Writing 2010: Intermediate Writing: Academic Writing and Research.

Students must take one of the following courses or other learning opportunities.

WR2
Courses in WR2
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
EAS 1060 Advanced Expository Writing
HONOR 2211 Writing in Honors
WRTG 1010 Introduction to Academic Writing
WRTG 2010 Intermediate Writing: Academic Writing and Research
WRTG 2011 Intermediate Writing

Learning Opportunities in WR2
Required
AP English: Score of 4 or higher
    

Students must take either one QA (mathematics) course and one QB (statistics or logic) course, or one QR (QA and QB - mathematics and statistics/logic) course.

QA (Mathematics)
Courses in QA (Mathematics)
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MATH 1030 Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning
MATH 1050 College Algebra
MATH 1060 Trigonometry
MATH 1080 Precalculus
MATH 1090 Business Algebra
MATH 4015 Algebra for Elementary School Teachers

QB (Statistics/Logic)
Courses in QB (Statistics/Logic)
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 4334 Population Issues in Anthropology
COMM 1270 Analysis of Argument
ECON 3640 Probability and Statistical Inference for Economists
ECON 3700 Sports Economics
ENGL 2095 Literature by the Numbers
FCS 3210 Statistics in Family and Consumer Studies
GEOG 3020 Geographical Analysis
H EDU 5420 Applied Health Promotion Technology: Programming with AppInventor
HONOR 3020 Financial Citizenship: Social Policy Dimensions of Personal Finance
HONOR 3030 Discovering Complex Systems
LEAP 1250 Reasoning and Rational Decision Making
LING 3475 Language Myths
LING 5170 Qualitative and Quantitative Issues in L2 Research Design
MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics and Probability
MATH 1070 Introduction to Statistical Inference
MET E 3070 Statistical Methods in Earth Sciences and Engineering
MG EN 2400 Introductory Surveying
NURS 5550 Practical Statistics
OIS 2340 Business Statistics
OIS 3440 Applications of Business Statistics
PHIL 1250 Reasoning and Rational Decision Making
PHIL 3200 Deductive Logic
PHIL 3210 Inductive Logic
PHIL 5200 Advanced Deductive Logic
PHYS 3030 Discovering Complex Systems
POLS 3001 Political Analysis
PRT 3780 Program and Service Evaluation in Parks, Recreation and Tourism
PSY 3000 Statistical Methods in Psychology
SBS 3000 Introduction to Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
SOC 3112 Social Statistics
SOC 3650 Population and Society
SOC 3673 Social Epidemiology
SW 3000 Applied Social Work Statistics
WRTG 4030 Visual Rhetoric: World/Image/Argument

QR (Mathematics and Statistics/Logic)
Courses in QR (Mathematics and Statistics/Logic)
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
BIOL 5011 Mathematical Biology I
BIOL 5012 Mathematical Biology II
HONOR 3030 Discovering Complex Systems
MATH 1100 Business Calculus
MATH 1170 Calculus for Biologists I
MATH 1180 Statistics with Calculus for Biologists
MATH 1210 Calculus I
MATH 1220 Calculus II
MATH 1250 Calculus for AP Students I
MATH 1260 Calculus for AP Students II
MATH 1310 Engineering Calculus I
MATH 1311 Accelerated Engineering Calculus I
MATH 1320 Engineering Calculus II
MATH 1321 Accelerated Engineering Calculus II
MATH 2210 Calculus III
MATH 2250 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
MATH 2270 Linear Algebra
MATH 2280 Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 3070 Applied Statistics I
MATH 3080 Applied Statistics II
MATH 3100 Foundations of Geometry
MATH 3210 Foundations of Analysis I
MATH 3220 Foundations of Analysis II
MATH 4010 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I
MATH 4020 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II
MATH 4030 Foundations of Algebra
MATH 4090 Teaching of Secondary School Mathemtics
MATH 4200 Introduction to Complex Variables
MATH 4400 Introduction to Number Theory
MATH 4910 Internship in Mathematics
MATH 5010 Introduction to Probability
MATH 5030 Actuarial Mathematics
MATH 5040 Stochastic Processes and Simulation I
MATH 5050 Stochastic Processes and Simulation II
MATH 5080 Statistical Inference I
MATH 5090 Statistical Inference II
MATH 5110 Mathematical Biology I
MATH 5120 Mathematical Biology II
MATH 5210 Introduction to Real Analysis
MATH 5310 Introduction to Modern Algebra I
MATH 5320 Introduction to Modern Algebra II
MATH 5410 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH 5420 Ordinary Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
MATH 5440 Introduction to Partial Differential
MATH 5470 Chaos and Nonlinear Systems
MATH 5510 Introduction to Algebraic and Geometric Topology I
MATH 5520 Introduction to Algebraic and Geometric Topology II
MATH 5600 Survey of Numerical Analysis
MATH 5610 Introduction to Numerical Analysis I
MATH 5620 Introduction to Numberical Analysis II
MATH 5710 Introduction to Applied Mathematics I
MATH 5740 Mathematical Modeling
MATH 5750 Topics in Applied Mathematics
MATH 5910 Supervised Reading
MATH 5960 Undergraduate Special Projects

Students choose either 2 Physical and Life Science or 1 Physical and Life and 1 Applied Science.

Physical and Life Science
Courses in Physical and Life Science
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 1020 Human Origins: Evolution and Diversity
ANTH 1050 The Evolution of Human Nature
ANTH 2020 Human Evolution
ANTH 2030 Archaeology
ANTH 2281 Primates: Studying our Closest Relatives
ANTH 4186 Human Ecology
ANTH 4281 Primates
ASTR 1050 The Solar System
ASTR 1060 The Universe
ASTR 1080 Does Extraterrestrial Intelligence Exist?
ASTR 1090 Mars for Earthlings
ATMOS 1010 Severe and Unusual Weather
BIOL 1006 The World of Dinosaurs
BIOL 1010 Biology in the 21st Century
BIOL 1030 Human Biology
BIOL 1210 Principles of Biology
BIOL 1400 Introduction to Environmental Science
BIOL 2210 Human Genetics
BIOL 3450 Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation
BIOL 3460 Global Environmental Issues
CHEM 1010 Chemistry, Humanity, and the Environment
CHEM 1020 Culinary Chemistry: The Science of Food and Cooking
CHEM 1110 Elementary Chemistry
CHEM 1120 Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
CHEM 1210 General Chemistry I
CHEM 1211 Honors General Chemistry I
CHEM 1220 General Chemistry II
CHEM 1221 Honors General Chemistry II
EDU 5175 Techniques in Environmental Education
ENVST 2050 Introduction to Environmental and Sustainability Science
GEO 1000 Natural Disasters: Hollywood vs. Reality
GEO 1001 Energy Resources in a Sustainable World
GEO 1010 Exploring Earth
GEO 1030 Earthquakes and Volcanoes
GEO 1040 The World of Dinosaurs
GEO 1050 National Parks: Geology Behind the Scenery
GEO 1080 The Solar System
GEO 1090 Mars for Earthlings
GEO 3030 Living with Earthquakes and Volcanoes
GEO 3250 Geology of Utah
GEO 3260 Geologic Field Trips in Utah
GEO 3300 The Water Planet
GEO 3800 The Oceans
GEOG 1000 Earth Environments and Global Change
GEOG 1001 Energy Resources in a Sustainable World
GEOG 1100 Exploring the World through Google Earth
GEOG 1750 Greatest Snow on Earth: Geography of Skiing
GEOG 3110 The Earth from Space: Remote Sensing of the Environment
GEOG 3200 Geomorphology: Mountains, Rivers, Deserts
GEOG 3205 Regional and Global Climates
GEOG 3210 Global Climate Change
GEOG 3270 Biogeography: Global Patterns of Life
GEOG 3310 Introduction to Natural Hazards
GEOG 3330 Urban Environmental Geography
GEOG 3368 Energy Choices for the 21st Century
HONOR 2500 The Evidence for Evolution
HONOR 2600 Science and Storytelling
HONOR 3040 From Aspirin to Zoloft: Modern Drug Discovery
HONOR 3045 Landscape Ecology
HONOR 3400 Science and Pedagogy
HONOR 4300 Natural Disasters
HONOR 4450 History of Physics
HONOR 4471 Seminar/Workshop in Physical and Life Science
MATH 3010 Topics in the History of Mathematics
MET E 1001 Energy Resources in a Sustainable World
MET E 3015 Global Influence of Metals
PH TX 2700 Common Medicines
PHIL 2510 Genetics and Society
PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics: The Way Things Work
PHYS 1050 The Solar System
PHYS 1060 The Universe
PHYS 1080 Does Extraterrestrial Intelligence Exist?
PHYS 2010 General Physics I
PHYS 2020 General Physics II
PHYS 2220 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
PHYS 3375 Women in Physics and their Scientific Contributions
PRT 5175 Techniques in Environmental Education
UGS 1430 Integrated Science
UGS 2008 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
UGS 2240 BlockU: Art & Science

Applied Science
Courses in Applied Science
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 2220 Intro to Forensic Anthropology and the Science of "CSI"
BIOL 2230 Plants and Society
BIOL 2400 Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
BIOL 2420 Human Physiology
CS 1060 Explorations in Computer Science
ENTP 1020 Entrepreneurship and the Startup Methods
ENVST 3280 Organic Gardening
GEOG 3230 Pyrogeography: Fire, Humans, and the Environment
H EDU 2095 Introduction to Wilderness Medicine
HONOR 3215 Foundations in Physical and Life Science
NUTR 1020 Scientific Foundations of Human Nutrition and Health
NUTR 4440 Advanced Human Nutrition
PHYS 1110 Physics of the Human Body
PHYS 1330 Physics of Audio and Video (Analog to Digital)
UGS 3800 Special Topics: University Professor

Students need two courses from this list.

Humanities
Courses in Humanities
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 2070 Languages of the World
ANTH 3151 Peoples of the Pacific
ARAB 1400 Jesus and Muhammad in History and Belief
ARCH 1610 Architecture LEAP I
ARCH 1611 Architecture LEAP II
ARCH 2615 Honors People and Place II
ARTH 2500 Introduction to the History of Art and Visual Culture
BUS 1050 Foundations of Business Thought
BUS 1051 Honors Foundations of Business Thought
CL CV 1550 Classical Mythology
CL CV 1560 The Greeks
CL CV 1570 The Romans
CL CV 2780 Graeco-Roman Sport as Culture and Religion
CL CV 2790 Ancient Epic
CL CV 3570 Images of Women in Ancient Greece and Rome
CL CV 3630 Greek Drama
CL CV 4550 Ancient Myth and Religion
CLCS 3700 Holocaust and Remembrance
CLCS 3720 Empathy, Medicine, and the Human Condition
CMP 3101 Honors People and Place I
COMM 1270 Analysis of Argument
COMM 2110 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
COMM 3020 Media & Pop Culture
COMM 3030 Communication and Social Responsibility
COMM 3040 Communication and Relationships
COMM 3180 Communication and Social Reality
COMM 3420 Performance and Culture
COMM 3460 Communication Criticism
COMM 3505 Introduction to Media Business and Ethics
EAS 1600 Teaching and Learning Across Languages
EAS 3600 Cross-Cultural Communication
ECS 4111 School and Society
ENGL 1200 Introduction to the Study of Language
ENGL 2040 Contemporary Literature
ENGL 2045 Literature: A Greatest Hits Playlist
ENGL 2065 Living Writers
ENGL 2075 Comedy
ENGL 2085 Digital Culture
ENGL 2090 Videogames and Storytelling
ENGL 2220 Novels and Films
ENGL 2235 Fantasy
ENGL 2245 Horror
ENGL 2265 Graphic Novels
ENGL 2300 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENGL 2310 Shakespeare and Film
ENGL 2330 Intro to Children's Lit
ENGL 2335 Young Adult Literature
ENGL 2400 American Novels
ENGL 2700 Diversity in American Literature
ENGL 3080 Studies in Environmental Literature
ENGL 3710 Studies in British Literature
ENGL 3730 Women Writers
ETHNC 2550 African American Experiences
ETHNC 2570 American Indian Experiences
ETHNC 2590 Pacific Islander American Experiences
ETHNC 3290 Ethnic Minority Families
FCS 3290 Ethnic Minority Families
FILM 2100 Introduction to Film
FILM 2120 Introduction to Media Arts
FILM 3140 Documentary Film Survey
FRNCH 3900 French Popular Culture
GEOG 2600 The Power of Place: Intersections of Humanities and Geography
GNDR 2080 Philosophical Issues in Feminism
GNDR 3690 Gender and Contemporary Issues
GNDR 3730 Women Writers
HEBR 3700 Holocaust and Remembrance
HIST 1100 History of Western Civilization to 1300
HIST 1110 History of Western Civilization since 1300
HIST 1210 Asian Civilizations: Traditions
HIST 1220 Asian Civilizations: Modern History & Societies
HIST 1300 Latin American Civilizations to the 1820s
HIST 1310 Latin American Civilizations since the 1820s
HIST 1460 Middle Eastern Civilization: Modern Period
HIST 1500 World History to 1500
HIST 1510 World History since 1500
HIST 2100 Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
HIST 3080 The Renaissance
HIST 3210 Age of Total War
HIST 3560 Modern India
HIST 3710 The American Revolution
HIST 4080 History of Medicine in Western Society
HIST 4095 Governing Bodies
HIST 4420 The Crusades
HIST 4650 History of the US West
HIST 4790 American Religions
HONOR 2101 Honors Core in Intellectual Traditions I: Antiquity and the Beginning of the Common Era
HONOR 2102 Honors Core in Intellectual Traditions II: Flowering of the Common Era & the Threshold of Modernity
HONOR 2103 Honors Core in Intellectual Traditions III: the rise of Modernity
HONOR 2104 Intellectual Traditions Cross-Cultural Dialogues
HONOR 2105 Reacting to the Past: The Ancient World
HONOR 2107 Reacting to the Past: The Modern World
HONOR 2108 Modernism and Beyond
HONOR 2109 Honors Core in Intellectual Traditions: Through an Ecological Lens
HONOR 3101 Honors People and Place I
HONOR 3372 Drug Theory Policy Practice
HONOR 3900 Imagined Communities: Mapping the Ideal World
HONOR 3910 Crossing-Border: Constructing the Ideal Human Being
HONOR 3920 Honors/Humanities Professorship
HONOR 4472 Seminar/Workshop in Humanities
HONOR 4790 American Religions
LEAP 1100 LEAP Seminar in Humanities
LEAP 1140 LEAP Seminar: Health Dilemmas & Decisions
LEAP 1150 The Role of Law in Society
LEAP 1500 LEAP Seminar in Humanities for Engineers
LING 1069 @#$!: Bad Words & Taboo Terms
LING 1200 Introduction to the Study of Language
LING 3066 Origins English Words
LING 3160 Language and Cognition
LING 3470 Language and Culture
LING 3480 Language and Social Justice
LING 3600 Cross-Cultural Communication
LING 4130 Introduction to Historical Linguistics
MID E 1546 Middle Eastern Civilization: Modern Period
MID E 2780 Religiosity in the Middle East and the US
MID E 4327 Classical Persian Literature in Translation
MID E 4542 The Crusades
PERS 4270 Classical Persian Literature in Translation
PHIL 1000 Intro: Survey of Philosophy
PHIL 1001 Intro: Philosophy and ethical dilemmas in the contemporary world
PHIL 1002 Intro: Philosophy and issues related to God,faith, and reason
PHIL 1003 Intro: Philosophy and Human Nature
PHIL 2080 Philosophical Issues in Feminism
PHIL 2510 Genetics and Society
PHIL 3300 Theory of Knowledge
PHIL 3310 Science and Society
PHIL 3400 Mind, Language, and Reality
PHIL 3440 Cognitive Science
PHIL 3500 Ethics
PHIL 3510 Business and Professional Ethics
PHIL 3520 Bioethics
PHIL 3530 Environmental Ethics
PHIL 3640 World Religions
PHIL 3700 Political Philosophy
PHIL 3810 Existentialism
PHIL 4120 Early Modern Philosophy
PHIL 4540 Engineering, Ethics, and Society
POLS 2300 Introduction to Political Theory
POLS 5000 Foundations of Political Thought: Ancient and Judeo-Christian
RUSS 3550 Russia under the Czars
RUSS 3560 Soviet Culture
THEA 3791 Absurd Theatre
THEA 4010 Shakespeare in Performance
UGS 1220 Asian Civilizations: Modern History & Societies
UGS 2002 Humanities II
UGS 2008 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
UGS 2230 BlockU: Global Citizenship
UGS 2250 BlockU: Medical Humanities
UGS 2260 BlockU: Privacy and Surveillance
UGS 3690 Gender and Contemporary Issues
WRTG 2799 Technologies of Business Writing
WRTG 3010 Critical Thinking and Writing
WRTG 3018 Writing Popular Culture
WRTG 3019 Writing about War
WRTG 3040 Digital Storytelling
WRTG 3420 Writing for Environmental and Sustainability Studies
WRTG 3705 Rhetoric, Science & Technology Studies
WRTG 3860 Introduction to Rhetoric
WRTG 3870 Writing as Social Practice
WRTG 3900 Advanced Literacy Studies

Introduced or reinforced in all General Education courses.

Students take two courses from this list.

Fine Arts
Courses in Fine Arts
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ARCH 1610 Architecture LEAP I
ARCH 1611 Architecture LEAP II
ARCH 1615 Introduction to Architecture
ARCH 2630 Architectural Design Workshop
ART 1010 Introduction to the Visual Arts
ART 1015 Creative Response to Materials
ART 1020 Non-major Basic Drawing
ART 1030 Non-major Basic Painting
ART 1040 Non-major Basic Design
ART 1050 Non-major Darkroom Photography
ART 1070 Non-major Handbuilding Ceramics
ART 1080 Non-major Wheelthrown Pottery
ART 2060 Non-major Digital Photography
ART 3015 Materials and Methods of Art
ART 3045 Landscape Painting/Plein Air Painting
ART 3060 Non-major Book Arts: Letterpress Printing I
ART 3065 Non-Major Book Arts: Bookbinding I
ART 3140 Watercolor Painting
ART 3200 History of Ceramics
ART 4090 NM Artists' Books I
ART 4530 Art in the Community: Art Education Beyond School Walls
ARTH 1010 Masterpieces of World Art
ARTH 1020 Art Now: Themes in Contemporary Art
ARTH 3600 The History of Photography
BALLE 1140 Ballet I for Non-Majors
BALLE 4410 Ballet History Non-Majors
CL CV 3630 Greek Drama
DANC 1010 Dance in Culture
DANC 1013 History of Hip-Hop
DANC 1014 The African Roots of Ballroom
DANC 1015 Dance Appreciation- Demystifying Dance
DANC 1023 Dance Composition for Nonmajors
DANC 1075 Dance: A Creative Process
DANC 3015 Materials and Methods of Dance
DES 2615 Introduction to Design Thinking
EAS 3400 Fine Arts around the Globe
ENGL 2500 Introduction to Creative Writing
FILM 1600 Animation: Then and Now
FILM 2100 Introduction to Film
FILM 3110 History of Film until 1952
FILM 3120 History of Film from 1952
FILM 3210 American Film and Culture
FILM 3520 Documentary and Social Justice
GERON 5240 Aging and the Arts
HONOR 2010 Special Topics
HONOR 3100 Special Topics
HONOR 3410 Music Theory
HONOR 3415 The American West in Film and Literature
HONOR 3820 Critical Landscapes: Land Use in Contemporary Art
HONOR 4473 Seminar/Workshop in Fine Arts
MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music
MUSC 1015 Introduction to Musical Expression
MUSC 1236 Survey of Jazz
MUSC 1460 Introduction to Music Theory
MUSC 2100 History of Rock and Roll
MUSC 3015 Creative Connections in Music
MUSC 3110 The World of Opera
MUSC 3600 World Music
THEA 1013 Exploring Theatre
THEA 1033 Acting I for Non Majors
THEA 1040 Dramatic Arts for Television
THEA 1050 Introduction to Visual Arts of Theatre
THEA 1740 History and Analysis of Musical Theatre
THEA 1760 American Political Theatre
THEA 1770 The American Experience Through Black Theatre
THEA 2033 Acting II for Non-Majors
THEA 3001 Zen and the Art of Eastern Theatre
THEA 3015 Materials and Methods in Theatre
THEA 3040 Introduction to Voice and Speech
THEA 4010 Shakespeare in Performance
THEA 4030 Contemporary Drama
UGS 2220 BlockU: Arts & Advocacy
UGS 2240 BlockU: Art & Science


TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

Introduced or reinforced throughout the General Education curriculum.

Students take two courses from this list.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
Courses in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 1000 Introduction to Anthropology: A Four-Field Approach
ANTH 1010 Culture and the Human Experience
ANTH 1030 World Prehistory: An Introduction
ANTH 2017 In Search of Human Heritage
ANTH 2018 Human Universals
ANTH 2031 The Rise of Civilization
ANTH 2040 Anthropology of Humor
ANTH 2110 Friendship and Social Networks
ANTH 3111 The First Nations of Eastern North America
ANTH 3126 Mediterranean Cultures
ANTH 3127 Peoples and Cultures of Europe
ANTH 3311 North American Prehistory
ANTH 3328 Anthropological Archaeology of the Near East
ANTH 3329 Anthropological Archaeology of Ancient Egypt
ANTH 4110 Women Cross Culturally
ANTH 4135 Symbolic Anthropology
ANTH 4461 Behavioral Ecology and Anthropology
ANTH 4481 Evolutionary Psychology
ARCH 2615 Honors People and Place II
BUS 1050 Foundations of Business Thought
BUS 1051 Honors Foundations of Business Thought
CMP 2010 Introduction to Urban Ecology
CMP 3101 Honors People and Place I
ECON 1010 Economics as a Social Science
ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 3250 Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
ECON 3380 Manias, Panics, and Crashes
ED PS 3030 Research and Inquiry in Education
ENTP 1010 Entrepreneurship and Society
ENVST 2100 Introduction to Environment and Sustainability
ETHNC 2580 Asian Pacific American Experiences
ETHNC 3365 Ethnic Minorities in America
ETHNC 3870 American Indian Women
FCS 1500 Lifespan Human Development
FCS 2400 Modern Family: A Life Course Perspective
FCS 2570 Middle Childhood: The School Years
FCS 3600 Introduction to Consumer and Community Policy
FCS 3630 Intimacy and Love
GEOG 1300 World Regional Geography
GEOG 1400 Human Geography
GEOG 3350 Resource Conservation and Environmental Management
GEOG 3400 Population Geography
GEOG 3440 Global Economic Geography
GEOG 3480 Urban Geography
GEOG 3600 Geography of Utah
GEOG 3610 World Cities
GEOG 3640 Geography of China and Asia
GEOG 3660 Geography of Africa: Contextualizing Social and Political Instability
GERON 3001 Experiences of Aging: Challenges and Promise
GNDR 1100 Gender and Social Change
GNDR 3337 Sociology of Gender and Sexuality
GNDR 3381 Exploring Social Inequality through Music & Film
GNDR 3690 Gender and Contemporary Issues
GNDR 4110 Women Cross Culturally
HONOR 2300 Outdoor Recreation and Leadership
HONOR 3020 Financial Citizenship: Social Policy Dimensions of Personal Finance
HONOR 3101 Honors People and Place I
HONOR 3214 Foundations in Social Sciences
HONOR 3354 Special Topics
HONOR 3372 Drug Theory Policy Practice
HONOR 3374 Special Topics
HONOR 3700 Honors Proxis Lab
HONOR 4474 Seminar/Workshop in Social Sciences
HONOR 4800 What Matters Most
KINES 2600 Perspectives on Sport and American Society
LEAP 1101 LEAP Seminar in Social Sciences
LEAP 1501 Social and Ethical Implications of Engineering
LEAP 3050 Dealing with Difference: International Perspectives
LING 3050 Cruciverbalism: Crosswords & Language
LING 3475 Language Myths
MID E 1000 Introduction to Middle East
MID E 2780 Religiosity in the Middle East and the US
MID E 3773 Silk Road: Past and Present
NURS 2100 Human Development: A Lifespan Approach to Health
POLS 2100 Introduction to International Relations
POLS 2200 Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLS 3200 Introduction to Law and Politics
POLS 3390 Introduction to Environmental and Sustainability Policy
PRT 1110 Leisure in Your Life
PRT 2100 Wilderness in America
PSY 1010 General Psychology
PSY 1220 Psychology of Infancy and Childhood for Non-Majors
PSY 3215 Development in Infancy
PSY 3240 Psychology of Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1020 Current Social Problems in America
SOC 3041 Sociology of Rock and Roll
SOC 3065 Ethnic Minorities in America
SOC 3337 Sociology of Gender and Sexuality
SOC 3381 Exploring Social Inequality through Music & Film
SOC 3440 Sociology of Religion
SOC 3560 Deviant Behavior and Social Control
SOC 5440 Sociology of Religion
UGS 2008 Drug Theory, Policy, and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
UGS 2270 BlockU: Families and Health
UGS 2275 BlockU: Families and Health
UGS 2285 BlockU: Health, Food, & Social Justice
UGS 3690 Gender and Contemporary Issues
UGS 3800 Special Topics: University Professor
WRTG 3705 Rhetoric, Science & Technology Studies

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