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Archived Breadth from the Guide

This is the archived list of Breadth Courses, last updated by Jenne in late August/early September 2015. On September 25, after a meeting with Bob, Roseanne, Johanna, Jenne, Anne Aaboe, Alix, and Shalin, it was decided that the Guide would remove its Breadth pages and that the L&S pages would be reinstated. The long-term goal (within 6-9 months) is to incorporate breadth attributes in the new Campus Solutions/Student Information System and through an API, the Guide would grab the data and repost the information on the Guide breadth pages.

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Arts and Literature
This page was updated on Friday, August 28, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Arts and Literature area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement. No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

AFRICAM 4AAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 5AAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 5BAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 39GFreshman/Sophmore Seminar 12-4
AFRICAM 100Black Intellectual Thought4
AFRICAM 142AThird World Cinema4
AFRICAM 142ACRace and American Film4
AFRICAM 150BAfrican American Literature 1920 to Present3
AFRICAM N150BSurvey of African American Literary Forms and Styles 1920 to 19803
AFRICAM 152FNeo-Slave Narratives3
AFRICAM 153CNovels of Toni Morrison3
AFRICAM 155Literature of the Caribbean: Significant Themes4
AFRICAM 156ACPoetry for the People: Introduction to the Art of Poetry4
AFRICAM 158APoetry for the People: The Writing and Teaching of Poetry4
AFRICAM 158BPoetry for the People: Practicum4
AFRICAM 159Special Topics in African American Literature3-4
AMERSTD C10Introduction to American Studies: Hollywood: the Place, the Industry, the Fantasy4
AMERSTD C111ETopics in American Studies4
AMERSTD C112FThe American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
AMERSTD C174Visual Autobiography4
ANTHRO 129ATopical Areas in Archaeology: Prehistoric Art4
ANTHRO 160ACForms of Folklore4
ANTHRO 162Topics in Folklore4
ANTHRO C146Course Not Available5
ARABIC 104AModern Arabic Prose3
ARABIC 104BClassical Arabic Prose3
ARABIC 105AModern Arabic Poetry3
ARABIC 105BClassical Arabic Poetry3
ARABIC 108Islamic Religious and Philosophical Texts in Arabic3
ARABIC 111ASurvey of Arabic Literature (in Arabic)3
ARABIC 111BSurvey of Arabic Literature (in Arabic)3
ARCH 39DCourse Not Available 12-4
ARCH 100AFundamentals of Architectural Design6
ARCH 100BFundamentals of Architectural Design6
ARCH 100CArchitectural Design III5
ARCH 100DArchitectural Design IV5
ARCH 101Course Not Available5
ARCH 109Special Topics in Architectural Design 11-4
ARCH 109ACourse Not Available 1
ARCH 160Introduction to Construction4
ARCH 170AAn Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism4
ARCH 170BAn Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism4
ARCH 173Case Studies in Modern Architecture3
ARCH C174Architecture in Depression and War4
ARCH 175Introduction to Architectural Theory 1945-Present3
ART 12The Language of Drawing4
ART N12The Language of Drawing3
ART 13Language of Painting4
ART N13Language of Painting3
ART 14The Language of Sculpture4
ART 15The Language of Sculpture: Ceramics4
ART 16Introduction to Printmaking4
ART 21Digital Photography: The Image and the Hive Mind4
ART 23ACFoundations of American Cyber-Culture4
ART N23Digital Media Foundation3
ART W23ACData Arts4
ART 26Moving Image Media Production4
ART 100Collaborative Innovation4
ART 102Approaches to Painting4
ART N102Approaches to Painting3
ART 117Research, Methods and Materials of Drawing4
ART N117Drawing and Composition3
ART 118Contemporary Perspectives of Figure Drawing4
ART 119Global Perspectives in Contemporary Art4
ART 120Approaches to Printmaking: Intaglio4
ART 122Approaches to Printmaking: Lithography4
ART 123The Language of Printmaking-Screenprinting4
ART 124Advanced Projects in Printmaking4
ART 130Approaches to Sculpture: Concept and Construction4
ART 132Approaches to Sculpture: Ceramics4
ART 133Approaches to Sculpture: Meaning in Material4
ART 137Advanced Projects in Ceramic Sculpture4
ART 138Approaches to Sculpture: Installations4
ART 141Temporal Structures: Video and Performance Art4
ART 142New Genres4
ART 160Special Topics in Visual Studies4
ART N160Foundations of Digital Photography4
ART 162Issues in Cultural Display: Studio and Post-Studio Art Practices4
ART 163Social Practice: Critical Site and Context4
ART 164Art and Meditation4
ART 165Course Not Available4
ART 171Digital Video: The Architecture of Time4
ART C171Course Not Available4
ART N171Digital Video: The Architecture of Time4
ART 172CGI Animation Studies4
ART 173ELECTRO-CRAFTING4
ART 174Advanced Digital Video4
ART 178Game Design Methods4
ART C179Course Not Available5
ART 180Advanced Digital Photography4
ART 184Junior Seminar: Meaning and Making4
ART 185Senior Projects/Professional Practices4
ASAMST 171Asian Americans in Film and Video4
ASAMST 172Asian American Literature4
ASAMST 173Creative Writing4
ASAMST 175Contemporary Narratives on the Philippines and the United States3
ASAMST 176Genre in Asian American Literature4
ASAMST 177Asian American Art: Remapping Modernity: Art and Artists in the 20th Century3
ASAMST 181Chinese American Literature4
ASAMST 183Korean American Literature4
BUDDSTD C140Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts4
CELTIC 119AWelsh and Arthurian Literature of the Middle Ages4
CELTIC 125Irish Literature in Translation4
CELTIC 129Aspects of Modern Celtic Cultures and Folklore4
CELTIC 138Irish Literature4
CELTIC 139Irish Literature4
CELTIC 146AMedieval Welsh Language and Literature4
CELTIC 146BMedieval Welsh Language and Literature4
CELTIC C168Course Not Available
CELTIC 171Celtic Romanticism4
CHICANO 20Introduction to Chicano Culture4
CHICANO 40Introduction to Chicano Literature in English4
CHICANO 130Mexican and Chicano Art History3
CHICANO 133Chicano Music4
CHICANO 135ALatino Narrative Film: to the 1980s4
CHICANO 135BLatino Narrative Film Since 19904
CHICANO 135CLatino Documentary Film4
CHICANO 141Chicana Feminist Writers and Discourse4
CHICANO 142Major Chicano Writers4
CHICANO 143Chicano and Latin American Literature3
CHINESE 7AIntroduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Culture4
CHINESE 7BIntroduction to Modern Chinese Literature and Culture4
CHINESE 101Fourth-Year Chinese Readings: Literature4
CHINESE 110Introduction to Literary Chinese8
CHINESE 110AIntroduction to Literary Chinese4
CHINESE 110BIntroduction to Literary Chinese4
CHINESE 111Fifth-Year Readings: Reading and Analysis of Advanced Chinese Texts4
CHINESE 112Fifth-Year Readings: Chinese for Research and Professional Use4
CHINESE 120Ancient Chinese Prose4
CHINESE 122Ancient Chinese Poetry4
CHINESE 134Readings in Classical Chinese Poetry4
CHINESE 136Readings in Medieval Prose4
CHINESE C140Readings in Chinese Buddhist Texts4
CHINESE 153Reading Taiwan4
CHINESE 155Readings in Vernacular Chinese Literature4
CHINESE 156Modern Chinese Literature4
CHINESE 157Contemporary Chinese Literature4
CHINESE 158Reading Chinese Cities4
CHINESE 159Cities and the Country4
CHINESE 172Contemporary Chinese Language Cinema4
CHINESE 176Bad Emperors: Fantasies of Sovereignty and Transgression in the Chinese Tradition4
CHINESE 179Exploring Premodern Chinese Novels4
CHINESE 180The Story of the Stone4
CHINESE C184Sonic Culture in China4
CHINESE 186Confucius and His Interpreters4
CHINESE 187Literature and Media Culture in Taiwan4
CHINESE 188Popular Media in Modern China4
CHINESE 189Chinese Landscapes: Space, Place, and Travel4
CLASSIC 10AIntroduction to Greek Civilization4
CLASSIC 10BIntroduction to Roman Civilization4
CLASSIC 17AIntroduction to the Archaeology of the Greek World4
CLASSIC 17BIntroduction to the Archaeology of the Roman World4
CLASSIC 34Epic Poetry: Homer and Vergil4
CLASSIC 35Greek Tragedy4
CLASSIC 39HCourse Not Available4
CLASSIC 39JCourse Not Available4
CLASSIC R44Roots of Western Civilization5
CLASSIC 124Classical Poetics4
CLASSIC 161Gender, Sexuality, and Culture in the Ancient World4
CLASSIC 170AClassical Archaeology: Greek Vase Painting4
CLASSIC 170CClassical Archaeology: Greek Architecture4
CLASSIC 170DClassical Archaeology: Roman Art and Architecture4
CLASSIC 175ATopography and Monuments: Athens4
CLASSIC 175DTopography and Monuments: Pompeii and Herculaneum4
CLASSIC 175FTopography and Monuments: Roman Wall Painting4
CLASSIC 175GTopography and Monuments: Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt4
COLWRIT N2Writing the Bridge: From High School to the University3
COLWRIT 105Intermediate Writing: Finding Your Voice with Others3
COLWRIT 106Intermediate Composition: Argument in the Disciplines3
COLWRIT 108Advanced Composition: New Media3
COLWRIT 110Advanced Composition: Challenging Writing4
COM LIT N40Women and Literature3
COM LIT 20Episodes in Literary Cultures4
COM LIT 39HFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
COM LIT 41DIntroduction to Literary Forms: Forms of the Drama4
COM LIT N41AIntroduction to Literary Forms: The Epic3
COM LIT N41BIntroduction to Literary Forms: The Lyric3
COM LIT N41CIntroduction to Literary Forms: The Novel3
COM LIT N41DIntroduction to Literary Forms: The Drama3
COM LIT 41CIntroduction to Literary Forms: Forms of the Novel4
COM LIT 41EIntroduction to Literary Forms: Forms of the Cinema4
COM LIT 60ACTopics in the Literature of American Cultures4
COM LIT N60ACTopics in the Literature of American Cultures3
COM LIT 100Introduction to Comparative Literature4
COM LIT 120The Biblical Tradition in Western Literature4
COM LIT 151The Ancient Mediterranean World4
COM LIT 152The Middle Ages4
COM LIT 153The Renaissance4
COM LIT 154Eighteenth- and 19th-Century Literature4
COM LIT 155The Modern Period4
COM LIT 156Fiction and Culture of the Americas4
COM LIT 165Myth and Literature4
COM LIT 170Special Topics in Comparative Literature 11-4
COM LIT 171Topics in Modern Greek Literature4
DUTCH 140Topics in Dutch Literature3
DUTCH 166Anne Frank and After: Dutch Literature of the Holocaust in English Translation4
DUTCH 177The Amsterdam-Brussels Connection: The Art, History, and Literature of the Netherlands and Flanders6
EA LANG 105Dynamics of Romantic Core Values in East Asian Premodern Literature and Contemporary Film4
EA LANG 106Expressing the Ineffable in China and Beyond: The Making of Meaning in Poetic Writing4
EA LANG 180East Asian Film: Directors and their Contexts4
EA LANG 181East Asian Film: Special Topics in Genre4
ENGLISH 17Shakespeare4
ENGLISH 20Modern British and American Literature4
ENGLISH 25English as a Language4
ENGLISH 26Introduction to the Study of Poetry4
ENGLISH 27Introduction to the Study of Fiction4
ENGLISH 28Introduction to the Study of Drama4
ENGLISH 31ACLiterature of American Cultures4
ENGLISH 33African American Literature and Culture4
ENGLISH 37Chicana/o Literature and Culture4
ENGLISH 43AIntroduction to the Writing of Short Fiction4
ENGLISH 43BIntroduction to the Writing of Verse4
ENGLISH 45ALiterature in English: Through Milton4
ENGLISH 45BLiterature in English: The Late-17th through the Mid-19th Century4
ENGLISH 45CLiterature in English: The Mid-19th through the 20th Century4
ENGLISH C77Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ENGLISH 80KChildren's Literature4
ENGLISH 101The History of the English Language4
ENGLISH 102Topics in the English Language4
ENGLISH 104Introduction to Old English4
ENGLISH 105Anglo-Saxon England4
ENGLISH C107Course Not Available4
ENGLISH N107English Bible as Literature3
ENGLISH 110Medieval Literature4
ENGLISH 111Chaucer4
ENGLISH 112Middle English Literature4
ENGLISH 114AEnglish Drama4
ENGLISH 114BEnglish Drama4
ENGLISH N114AEnglish Drama3
ENGLISH N114BEnglish Drama3
ENGLISH 115AThe English Renaissance4
ENGLISH 115BThe English Renaissance4
ENGLISH N115AThe English Renaissance3
ENGLISH N115BThe English Renaissance3
ENGLISH 116Backgrounds of English Literature in the Continental Renaissance4
ENGLISH 117AShakespeare4
ENGLISH 117BShakespeare4
ENGLISH 117FShakespeare and Film4
ENGLISH 117JShakespeare4
ENGLISH 117SShakespeare4
ENGLISH 117TShakespeare in the Theatre4
ENGLISH N117SShakespeare3
ENGLISH 118Milton4
ENGLISH N118Milton3
ENGLISH 119Literature of the Restoration and Early Eighteenth Century4
ENGLISH 120Literature of the Later 18th Century4
ENGLISH 121Romantic Period4
ENGLISH N121Romantic Period3
ENGLISH 122Victorian Period4
ENGLISH 125AThe English Novel4
ENGLISH 125BThe English Novel4
ENGLISH 125CThe European Novel4
ENGLISH 125DThe 20th-Century Novel4
ENGLISH 125EThe Contemporary Novel4
ENGLISH N125BThe English Novel3
ENGLISH N125DThe 20th-Century Novel3
ENGLISH N125EThe Contemporary Novel3
ENGLISH 126British Literature: 1900-19454
ENGLISH 127Modern Poetry4
ENGLISH 128Modern Drama4
ENGLISH 130AAmerican Literature: Before 18004
ENGLISH 130BAmerican Literature: 1800-18654
ENGLISH 130CAmerican Literature: 1865-19004
ENGLISH 130DAmerican Literature: 1900-19454
ENGLISH N130AAmerican Literature: Before 18003
ENGLISH N130BAmerican Literature: 1800-18653
ENGLISH N130DAmerican Literature: 1900-19453
ENGLISH 131American Poetry4
ENGLISH 132American Novel4
ENGLISH N132American Novel3
ENGLISH 133AAfrican American Literature and Culture Before 19174
ENGLISH 133BAfrican American Literature and Culture Since 19174
ENGLISH 133TTopics in African American Literature and Culture4
ENGLISH 134Contemporary Literature4
ENGLISH N134Contemporary Literature3
ENGLISH 135ACLiterature of American Cultures4
ENGLISH N135Literature of American Cultures3
ENGLISH S135Literature of American Cultures3
ENGLISH C136Topics in American Studies4
ENGLISH 137AChicana/o Literature and Culture to 19104
ENGLISH 137BChicana/o Literature and Culture Since 19104
ENGLISH 137TTopics in Chicana/o Literature and Culture4
ENGLISH 138Studies in World Literature in English4
ENGLISH 139The Cultures of English4
ENGLISH 141Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, Etc.)4
ENGLISH N141Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, Etc.)3
ENGLISH 143AShort Fiction4
ENGLISH 143BVerse4
ENGLISH 143CLong Narrative4
ENGLISH 143DExpository and Critical Writing4
ENGLISH 143EPlaywriting4
ENGLISH 143NProse Nonfiction4
ENGLISH 143TPoetry Translation Workshop4
ENGLISH C143VVisual Autobiography4
ENGLISH 152Women Writers4
ENGLISH N152Women Writers3
ENGLISH 160Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism4
ENGLISH 161Introduction to Literary Theory4
ENGLISH 165Special Topics4
ENGLISH 165ACSpecial Topics in American Cultures4
ENGLISH 166Special Topics4
ENGLISH 166ACSpecial Topics in American Cultures4
ENGLISH N166Special Topics3
ENGLISH 170Literature and the Arts4
ENGLISH 171Literature and Sexual Identity4
ENGLISH 172Literature and Psychology4
ENGLISH 173The Language and Literature of Films4
ENGLISH N173The Language and Literature of Films3
ENGLISH 174Literature and History4
ENGLISH 175Literature and Disability4
ENGLISH 176Literature and Popular Culture4
ENGLISH N176Literature and Popular Culture3
ENGLISH 177Literature and Philosophy4
ENGLISH N177Literature and Philosophy3
ENGLISH 178British and American Folklore4
ENGLISH 179Literature and Linguistics4
ENGLISH 180AAutobiography4
ENGLISH 180CComedy4
ENGLISH 180EThe Epic4
ENGLISH 180HShort Story4
ENGLISH 180JThe Essay4
ENGLISH 180LLyric Verse4
ENGLISH 180NThe Novel4
ENGLISH 180RThe Romance4
ENGLISH 180SSatire4
ENGLISH 180TTragedy4
ENGLISH 180ZScience Fiction4
ENGLISH N180AAutobiography3
ENGLISH N180HShort Story3
ENGLISH N180ZScience Fiction3
ENGLISH 190Research Seminar4
ENV DES 4ADesign and Activism3
ESPM C12Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ETH STD 100Comparative Ethnic Literature in America4
ETH STD 101BHumanities Methods in Ethnic Studies4
ETH STD 122ACEthnicity and Race in Contemporary American Films4
ETH STD 174Existential Panic in American Ethnic Literature4
ETH STD 175Literature from Ethnic Movements4
ETH STD 176Against the Grain: Ethnic American Art and Artists4
FILM 20Film and Media Cultures4
FILM 25AThe History of Film4
FILM 25BThe History of Film4
FILM 50Introduction to Film for Nonmajors4
FILM 75Postmodernism and Film3
FILM 100History of Film Theory4
FILM 105Senior Seminar4
FILM 108Special Topics in Film Genre4
FILM C115The American Detective in Fiction, Film, and Television4
FILM 128Documentary4
FILM 129History of Avant-Garde Film4
FILM 140Special Topics in Film4
FILM 151Auteur Theory4
FILM 160National Cinema4
FILM 180Introduction to Screenwriting4
FILM 181Screenwriting4
FILM 184Documentary and Nonfiction Film Production4
FILM 185Narrative Production4
FILM 185ACourse Not Available4
FILM C185Course Not Available4
FILM 187Special Topics in Media Production4
FRENCH 103ALanguage and Culture4
FRENCH 103BLanguage and Culture4
FRENCH 112AMedieval Literature4
FRENCH 112BMedieval Literature4
FRENCH 114ALate Medieval Literature4
FRENCH 116ASixteenth-Century Literature: Marot to Montaigne4
FRENCH 117ASeventeenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 117BSeventeenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 118AEighteenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 118BEighteenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 119ANineteenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 119BNineteenth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 120ATwentieth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 120BTwentieth-Century Literature4
FRENCH 121ALiterary Themes, Genres, and Structures4
FRENCH 121BLiterary Themes, Genres, and Structures4
FRENCH 122ALiterary Criticism4
FRENCH 122BLiterary Criticism4
FRENCH 123Prose Fiction4
FRENCH 140AFrench Literature in English Translation4
FRENCH 140BFrench Literature in English Translation4
FRENCH 140CFrench Literature in English Translation4
FRENCH 140DFrench Literature in English Translation4
FRENCH 141French Studies in an International Context4
FRENCH 145History of the French Language4
FRENCH 150AWomen in French Literature4
FRENCH 150BWomen in French Literature4
FRENCH 151AFrancophone Literature4
FRENCH 151BFrancophone Literature4
FRENCH 170French Films4
FRENCH 172APsychoanalytic Theory and Literature4
FRENCH 174Music and Literature4
FRENCH 175ALiterature and the Visual Arts4
FRENCH 177AHistory and Criticism of Film4
FRENCH 177BHistory and Criticism of Film4
FRENCH 178AStudies in French Film4
FRENCH 178BStudies in French Film4
FRENCH 180AFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180BFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180CFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180DFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 185Literature and Colonialism4
GERMAN C25Revolutionary Thinking: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
GERMAN 39AFreshman Seminar3
GERMAN 39HFreshman Seminar3
GERMAN 39LFreshman Seminar3
GERMAN 100Introduction to Reading Culture3
GERMAN 101Advanced German: Conversation, Composition and Style3
GERMAN 102AAdvanced Language Practice: German Performance3
GERMAN 105Middle High German for Undergraduates3
GERMAN C109Course Not Available
GERMAN 110The Literature of the Middle Ages3
GERMAN 112Early Modern Literature3
GERMAN C113Western Mysticism: Religion, Art, and Literature4
GERMAN 123From 1800 to the Present3
GERMAN 140Romanticism3
GERMAN 151Eighteenth- to 21st-Century German Poetry3
GERMAN 152Modern Literature3
GERMAN 175BUndergraduate Seminars: 20th-Century Poetry3
GERMAN 182German Cinema in Exile4
GERMAN 186Transnational Cinemas4
GREEK 100Plato and Attic Prose4
GREEK 101Homer4
GREEK 102Drama and Society4
GREEK 105The Greek New Testament4
GREEK 115Archaic Poetry4
GREEK 116Greek Drama4
GREEK 117Hellenistic Poets4
GREEK 120Herodotus4
GREEK 121Thucydides4
GREEK 122Attic Oratory4
GREEK 123Plato and Aristotle4
GREEK 125Greek Literature of the Hellenistic and Imperial Periods4
GWS 100ACWomen in American Culture3
GWS 101Doing Feminist Research4
GWS 125Women and Film4
GWS 126Film, Feminism, and the Avant-Garde4
GWS 140Feminist Cultural Studies4
HEBREW 104AModern Hebrew Literature and Culture3
HEBREW 104BModern Hebrew Literature and Culture3
HEBREW 148AThe Art and Culture of the Talmud: Advanced Textual Analysis3
HEBREW 148BThe Art and Culture of the Talmud: Advanced Textual Analysis3
HIN-URD 101AReadings in Modern Hindi3
HIN-URD 101BReadings in Modern Hindi3
HIN-URD 104AAdvanced Urdu3
HIN-URD 104BAdvanced Urdu3
HISTART 10Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval4
HISTART 10BHistory of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern3
HISTART N10Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval3
HISTART 11Introduction to Western Art: Renaissance to the Present4
HISTART 12History of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern3
HISTART 15Course Not Available4
HISTART 27Visual Cultures of Africa4
HISTART 30Art of India4
HISTART N31Arts of East Asia3
HISTART 32The Arts of Korea4
HISTART 33Buddhist Art of Asia3
HISTART 34Arts of China4
HISTART 35Art and Architecture in Japan4
HISTART 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39AFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39CFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39FFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39GFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39HFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39IFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39JFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39KFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39LFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39NFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39OFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39PFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39QFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39RFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39SFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39TFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39UFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39VFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39WFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39XFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39YFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39ZFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 41Introduction to Greek and Roman Art4
HISTART 51Introduction to Medieval Art4
HISTART 62Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art4
HISTART 65Arts of the Renaissance and Reformation3
HISTART 80Introduction to Modern Art4
HISTART 88Arts of Latin America4
HISTART 100Theories and Methods of Art History4
HISTART N100Theories and Methods of Art History4
HISTART 101Theories & Methods for a Global History of Art4
HISTART N104Gender and Representation3
HISTART 107Images and the Law4
HISTART 108Cities and the Arts4
HISTART 120The "Origins" of Art3
HISTART C120AThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 3500-1000 BCE4
HISTART C120BThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000-330 BCE4
HISTART C121ATopics in Islamic Art4
HISTART C121BTopics in Islamic Art4
HISTART 127The Arts of Africa3
HISTART 130AEarly Chinese Art, Part I4
HISTART 131ASacred Arts in China4
HISTART 131BThe Classical Painting Tradition in China4
HISTART 131CArt and Propaganda in Modern China4
HISTART 134ATopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Temple Art & Architecture in Japan4
HISTART 134BTopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Icons in Japan4
HISTART 134CTopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Art in the Modern/Contemporary World4
HISTART 136ASouth Asian Art: Ancient4
HISTART 136BSouth Asian Art: Early Modern4
HISTART 136CThe Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present4
HISTART 137The Art of Southeast Asia4
HISTART C140Minoan and Mycenaean Art4
HISTART 141AThe Art of Ancient Greece: Archaic Greek Art and Architecture (750-480 B.C.)4
HISTART 141BThe Art of Ancient Greece: Classical Greek Art and Architecture (500-320 B.C.)4
HISTART 141CThe Art of Ancient Greece: Hellenistic Art and Architecture (330-30 B.C.)4
HISTART 145Roman Art4
HISTART 145ARoman Painting4
HISTART 151Art in Late Antiquity4
HISTART 155ARelics, Reliquaries and Cult Images4
HISTART 156AGothic Art in Northern Europe: 1150-12704
HISTART C156BArt and Science4
HISTART C158Art and Science4
HISTART 160Renaissance Art in Florence 1400-16004
HISTART 161Renaissance Art in Rome 1400-16004
HISTART 162Renaissance Art in Venice 1400-16004
HISTART 166Van Eyck to Brueghel4
HISTART 169AElizabethan Renaissance: Art, Culture, and Visuality4
HISTART 170Southern Baroque Art4
HISTART 171Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America4
HISTART 172The Dutch Golden Age4
HISTART 173The Age of Rubens4
HISTART 174Types of Dutch and Flemish Painting in the 17th Century4
HISTART 175Visual Culture in Early Modern France: Renaissance to Enlightenment4
HISTART 179Eighteenth-Century British Art3
HISTART 180ANineteenth-Century Europe: Age of Revolution4
HISTART 180CNineteenth-Century Europe: The Invention of Avant-Gardes4
HISTART N180A19th-Century Europe: Age of Revolution3
HISTART N180BThe Body in Avant-Garde French Art3
HISTART N180CNineteenth-Century Europe: The Invention of Avant-Gardes3
HISTART N181French Art of the 19th Century3
HISTART 182Histories of Photography4
HISTART N182Histories of Photography3
HISTART 183Art and Colonialism4
HISTART 183EAmerican Painting and Photography from the Civil War to WW II3
HISTART 185From Manet to Mondrian3
HISTART 185AAmerican Art (1800-Present)4
HISTART 185BAmerican Architecture: Domestic Forms4
HISTART N185CContemporary American Art3
HISTART 186AArt in the Early 20th Century4
HISTART 186CArt in the Later 20th Century4
HISTART N186CArt in the Later 20th Century3
HISTART 187ACRace and Representation in the Twentieth Century in the United States4
HISTART 188Latin American Art4
HISTART 188ALatin American Art: Before Columbus4
HISTART C189The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
HISTART 190ASpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Asian4
HISTART 190BSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Ancient4
HISTART 190CSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Medieval4
HISTART 190DHDigital Humanities for Art Historians6
HISTART 190ESpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: 17th-18th Century4
HISTART 190FSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: 19th-20th Century3-4
HISTART 190GSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: American/British4
HISTART 190MSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Global Modernism4
HISTART 190TTranscultural4
HISTART N190ASpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Asian3
HISTART N190BSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Ancient3
HISTART N190CSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Medieval3
HISTART N190DSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: 15th-16th Century3
HISTART N190ESpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: 17th-18th Century3
HISTART N190FSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: 19th-20th Century3
HISTART N190GSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: American/British3
HISTART N190HSpecial Topics in Fields of Art History: Precolumbian/Latin American3
HISTORY 39EFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39FFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
ITALIAN 30Dante (in English)3
ITALIAN 40Italian Culture (in English)4
ITALIAN 50The Italian Renaissance4
ITALIAN 70Italian Cinema: History, Directors, Genres, Introduction to Italian Cinema3
ITALIAN 103History of Italian Culture4
ITALIAN 104Reading Italian Literature4
ITALIAN 109Dante's Commedia (in Italian)4
ITALIAN 110Literature and Culture of the 13th and 14th Centuries4
ITALIAN 112Sixteenth-Century Literature and Culture4
ITALIAN 115Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture4
ITALIAN 117Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature4
ITALIAN 120Topics in Italian Studies4
ITALIAN 130ADante's Inferno (in English)4
ITALIAN 130BDante's Purgatorio and Paradiso (in English)4
ITALIAN 163Special Topics in Italian Literature4
ITALIAN 170The Italian Cinema: History, Genres, Authors4
ITALIAN 175Film and Literature (in English)4
JAPAN 7AIntroduction to Premodern Japanese Literature and Culture4
JAPAN 7BIntroduction to Modern Japanese Literature and Culture4
JAPAN 101Fourth-Year Readings: Social Sciences4
JAPAN 102Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese Culture4
JAPAN 103Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese Literature4
JAPAN 111Fifth-Year Readings: Reading and Analysis of Advanced Japanese Texts4
JAPAN 112Fifth-Year Readings: Japanese for Research and Professional Use4
JAPAN 120Introduction to Classical Japanese4
JAPAN 130Classical Japanese Poetry4
JAPAN 132Premodern Japanese Diary (Nikki) Literature4
JAPAN 140Heian Prose4
JAPAN 144Edo Literature4
JAPAN 146Japanese Historical Documents4
JAPAN 155Modern Japanese Literature4
JAPAN 159Contemporary Japanese Literature4
JAPAN 180Ghosts and the Modern Literary Imagination4
JAPAN 185Introduction to Japanese Cinema4
JAPAN 188Japanese Visual Culture: Introduction to Anime4
JAPAN 189Topics in Japanese Film4
KHMER 101AAdvanced Khmer3
KHMER 101BAdvanced Khmer3
KOREAN 7AIntroduction to Premodern Korean Literature and Culture4
KOREAN 7BIntroduction to Modern Korean Literature and Culture4
KOREAN 101Fourth-Year Readings: Korean Literature4
KOREAN 111Fifth-Year Readings: Reading and Analysis of Advanced Korean Texts4
KOREAN 112Fifth-Year Readings: Korean for Research and Professional Use4
KOREAN 130Genre and Occasion in Traditional Poetry4
KOREAN 140Narrating Persons and Objects in Traditional Korean Prose4
KOREAN 150Modern Korean Poetry4
KOREAN 155Modern Korean Fiction4
KOREAN 157Contemporary Korean Literature4
KOREAN 180Critical Approaches to Modern Korean Literature4
KOREAN 185Picturing Korea4
KOREAN 186Introduction to Korean Cinema4
KOREAN 187History and Memory in Korean Cinema4
L & S 20CArts and Literature3-4
L & S 20DArts and Literature3-4
L & S 39BFreshman and Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
L & S C40TIntroduction to American Studies: Hollywood: the Place, the Industry, the Fantasy4
L & S 120BArts and Literature3,4
L & S 120CThe Bible in Western Culture4
L & S 125Time4
L & S/MUSIC C138Art and Activism4
L & S 140CHistorical Studies3,4
L & S C180TCourse Not Available
LATIN 100Republican Prose4
LATIN 101Vergil4
LATIN 102Lyric and Society4
LATIN 115Roman Drama4
LATIN 116Lucretius, Vergil's Georgics4
LATIN 119Latin Epic4
LATIN 120Latin Prose to AD 144
LATIN 121Tacitus4
LATIN 122Post-Augustan Prose4
LATIN 140Medieval Latin4
LATIN 155AReadings in Medieval Latin4
LGBT C146ACultural Representations of Sexualities: Queer Literary Culture4
LINGUIS 65Music and Language3
LINGUIS 106Metaphor4
LINGUIS 127Cross-Cultural Verbal Art3
LINGUIS 128Linguistic Analysis of Literature3
MEDIAST 150Topics in Film4
MUSIC 25ACourse Not Available3
MUSIC 25BIntroduction to Music Theory3
MUSIC 26ACMusic in American Culture4
MUSIC N26ACMusic in American Cultures4
MUSIC 27Introduction to Western Music4
MUSIC N27Introduction to Western Music4
MUSIC 29Music Now4
MUSIC 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
MUSIC 39NFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
MUSIC 43Introduction to Improvisation3
MUSIC 70History of Music I4
MUSIC 73African American Music4
MUSIC 74Course Not Available4
MUSIC 74ACCourse Not Available4
MUSIC 75Course Not Available4
MUSIC 76Course Not Available4
MUSIC 77Course Not Available4
MUSIC 101New Music and the Arts3
MUSIC 101MNew Music and the Arts3
MUSIC 107Independent Projects in Computer Music4
MUSIC 108Music Perception and Cognition4
MUSIC 108MMusic Perception and Cognition4
MUSIC 109Music Cognition: The Mind Behind the Musical Ear3
MUSIC 109MMusic Cognition: The Mind Behind the Musical Ear3
MUSIC 116AJazz Theory and Performance 13
MUSIC 116AMJazz Theory and Performance 13
MUSIC 116BJazz Theory and Performance 23
MUSIC 116BMJazz Theory and Performance 23
MUSIC N116Jazz Theory and Performance 13
MUSIC 128Topics in the History of European and American Music3
MUSIC 128AOpera3
MUSIC 128AMOpera4
MUSIC 128BBeethoven3
MUSIC 128BMBeethoven3
MUSIC 128DJ. S. Bach3
MUSIC 128DMJ. S. Bach4
MUSIC 128EMozart and Haydn3
MUSIC 128PMusic and Meaning3
MUSIC 128QThe European/American Art Song3
MUSIC 128STopics in Contemporary Improvised Music3
MUSIC 128SMTopics in Contemporary Improvised Music3
MUSIC 128TThe American Musical3
MUSIC 128TMThe American Musical3
MUSIC C128PMusic and Meaning3
MUSIC 130BAfrican American Music4
MUSIC N130BAfrican American Music4
MUSIC 132Music of the Middle East4
MUSIC 133AXMusic of Southeast Asia3
MUSIC 133CMusic and Theater in Southeast Asia4
MUSIC 133DMusic of Central Java4
MUSIC 134AMusic of the East Asia Tradition4
MUSIC 134BMusic of Japan4
MUSIC C134CSonic Culture in China4
MUSIC 135AMusics of the Caribbean4
MUSIC 136World Music: Power, Aesthetics, and Connections4
MUSIC 137ACMusic of the Civil Rights Era4
MUSIC C138Art and Activism4
MUSIC 139Topics in Musics of the World4
MUSIC 139ACTopics in Musics of the World in the US4
MUSIC 150AInstrumental Performance3
MUSIC 150BVocal Performance3
MUSIC 150DVarious Musical Practices Performance3
MUSIC 150EJazz Performance 11-3
MUSIC 150HEarly Music Performance 11-3
MUSIC 151Course Not Available3
MUSIC 152Course Not Available3
MUSIC 154ACounterpoint3
MUSIC 154BCounterpoint3
MUSIC 155Music Composition3
MUSIC 156Studies in Musical Analysis3
MUSIC 157AOrchestration3
MUSIC 157BOrchestration3
MUSIC 158Musical Applications of Computers and Related Technologies4
MUSIC 158ASound and Music Computing with CNMAT Technologies4
MUSIC 159Computer Programming for Music Applications4
MUSIC 161AInstrumental Conducting3
MUSIC 161BInstrumental Conducting3
MUSIC 162Choral Conducting4
MUSIC 164Current Trends in Jazz and Improvisation-Based Musics--A Performance Workshop3
MUSIC 171DThe Performance of Baroque Music3
MUSIC 172AMozart3
MUSIC 174CStravinsky3
MUSIC 179Topics in History, Culture, and Analysis3
MUSIC 189Topics in Research and Performance3
NATAMST 20BIntroduction to Native American Studies II: Cultural Practice, Art, and Identity4
NATAMST 120Topics in Native American Arts4
NATAMST 150Native American Narratives4
NATAMST C152Native American Literature4
NATAMST 158Native Americans and the Cinema4
NE STUD 15Introduction to Near Eastern Art and Archaeology4
NE STUD 18Introduction to Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 25Ancient Babylonian Legends and Myths3
NE STUD 34Hebrew Bible in Translation3
NE STUD C92Imagining Arab Civilization4
NE STUD 102AArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 102BArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 105AAncient Mesopotamian Documents and Literature3
NE STUD 106AArt and Architecture of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 106BArt and Architecture of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 110Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt in the First Millennium B.C3
NE STUD 113Gilgamesh: King, Hero, and God4
NE STUD C120AThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 3500-1000 BCE4
NE STUD C120BThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000-330 BCE4
NE STUD C121ATopics in Islamic Art4
NE STUD C121BTopics in Islamic Art4
NE STUD 122Iranian Archaeology4
NE STUD 123Mesopotamian Archaeology4
NE STUD 124Levantine Archaeology4
NE STUD 126Silk Road Art and Archaeology3
NE STUD 127Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria4
NE STUD 128The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Turkey4
NE STUD 132Biblical Poetry4
NE STUD 138The Hero in the Bible and the Ancient Near East3
NE STUD 139Modern Jewish Literatures4
NE STUD 150AArabic Literature in Translation3
NE STUD 150BArabic Literature in Translation3
NE STUD 151Folktales of the Middle East4
NE STUD 152Cultural Encounters in Modern Arabic Literature3
NE STUD 153The Medieval Frametale Genre: Its Hispano-Arabic Roots4
NE STUD 154Narratives of Identity in Israeli and Palestinian Fiction4
NE STUD 155Wonder and the Fantastic: <The Thousand and One Nights> in World Literary Imagination3
NE STUD 162AHistory of Persian Literature4
NE STUD 162BHistory of Persian Literature4
NE STUD 165Film and Fiction of Iran4
NE STUD 170ATurkish Literature in Translation3
NE STUD 170BTurkish Literature in Translation3
PERSIAN 101AReadings in Persian Literature3
PERSIAN 101BReadings in Persian Literature3
PERSIAN 102AReadings in Classical Persian Prose3
PERSIAN 102BReadings in Classical Persian Prose3
PERSIAN 103AClassical Persian Poetry3
PERSIAN 103BClassical Persian Poetry3
PERSIAN 104AContemporary Persian Literature3
PERSIAN 104BContemporary Persian Literature3
PERSIAN 105Modern Analytical Prose in Persian3
PHILOS 6Man, God, and Society in Western Literature4
PHILOS 7Existentialism in Literature and Film4
PHILOS 109Freedom and Responsibility4
PHILOS 110Aesthetics4
PHILOS 163Special Topics in Greek Philosophy4
PHILOS 170Descartes4
PHILOS 176Hume4
PHILOS 181Hegel4
PORTUG 102Readings in Portuguese3
PORTUG 104Introduction to Brazilian Literature3
PORTUG 107BCourse Not Available3
PORTUG 128Twentieth-Century Brazilian Literature3
PORTUG 135Studies in Luso-Brazilian Literature3
PSYCH 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
RELIGST C108Scandinavian Myth and Religion4
RELIGST C109Course Not Available
RELIGST C118Western Mysticism: Religion, Art, and Literature4
RELIGST C119Course Not Available
RELIGST C165Course Not Available
RELIGST C166Course Not Available
RHETOR 20Rhetorical Interpretation4
RHETOR 22Rhetoric of Shakespearean Drama4
RHETOR 39IFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
RHETOR 103AApproaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory4
RHETOR 103BApproaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory II4
RHETOR 104Rhetorical Theory and Practice in Historical Eras4
RHETOR 110Advanced Argumentative Writing4
RHETOR 112Rhetoric of Narrative Genres in Nonliterate Societies4
RHETOR 118Undergraduate Seminar on the Theory and Practice of Reading and Interpretation4
RHETOR 121Rhetoric of Fiction4
RHETOR 122Rhetoric of Drama4
RHETOR 124Rhetoric of Poetry4
RHETOR 125Poetics and Poetry4
RHETOR 127Novel, Society, and Politics4
RHETOR 130Novel into Film4
RHETOR 131TGenre in Film and Literature4
RHETOR 132TAuteur in Film4
RHETOR 133TTheories of Film4
RHETOR 136Art and Authorship4
RHETOR 137Rhetoric of the Image4
RHETOR 138Television Criticism4
RHETOR 150Rhetoric of Contemporary Politics4
RHETOR 156Rhetoric of the Political Novel4
S ASIAN 121Classical Indian Literature in Translation4
S ASIAN 122The Novel in India4
S ASIAN 124Modern Indian Literature4
S ASIAN C140Course Not Available
S ASIAN C142Course Not Available
SCANDIN 100AIntermediate Scandinavian Languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish)4
SCANDIN 100BINTERMEDIATE SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES (DANISH, NORWEGIAN, SWEDISH)4
SCANDIN 106The Works of Hans Christian Andersen4
SCANDIN C114Word and Image4
SCANDIN 115Studies in Drama and Film4
SCANDIN 116Studies in Prose4
SCANDIN 120The Novel in Scandinavian4
SCANDIN 125Old Norse Literature4
SCANDIN 150Studies in Scandinavian Literature4
SCANDIN C160Scandinavian Myth and Religion4
SCANDIN 165Scandinavian Folklore4
SCANDIN 170Arctic Folklore and Mythology in Nordic Lands4
S,SEASN 39GCourse Not Available 12-4
S,SEASN 39HCourse Not Available 12-4
S,SEASN 39JCourse Not Available 12-4
SEASIAN 128Introduction to Modern Indonesian and Malaysian Literature in Translation4
SEASIAN 129Mainland Southeast Asian Literature4
SEASIAN C164The Indonesian Connection: Dutch Literature About the Indies in English Translation4
SLAVIC 36Great Books of Russian Literature3
SLAVIC 39CFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 39LFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 39NFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 45Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature3
SLAVIC 46Twentieth-Century Russian Literature3
SLAVIC 50Introduction to Russian/East European/Eurasian Cultures3
SLAVIC 100Seminar: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Cultures3
SLAVIC 130The Culture of Medieval Rus'4
SLAVIC 131Literature, Art, and Society in 20th-Century Russia4
SLAVIC 132Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and the English Novel4
SLAVIC 133The Novel in Russia and the West4
SLAVIC 134AGogol4
SLAVIC 134CDostoevsky4
SLAVIC 134DTolstoy4
SLAVIC 134EChekhov4
SLAVIC 134FNabokov4
SLAVIC 134GTolstoy and Dostoevsky4
SLAVIC 138Topics in Russian and Soviet Film4
SLAVIC 140The Performing Arts in Russia and Eastern Europe4
SLAVIC 147AEast Slavic Folklore3
SLAVIC 147BBalkan Folklore3
SLAVIC 148Topics in Russian Cultural History4
SLAVIC 150Polish Literature and Intellectual Trends3
SLAVIC 151Readings in Polish Literature4
SLAVIC 158Topics in East European/Eurasian Cultural History4
SLAVIC 170Survey of Yugoslav Literatures3
SLAVIC 171Readings in Yugoslav Literatures4
SLAVIC 181Readings in Russian Literature4
SLAVIC 182Pushkin4
SOCIOL 160Sociology of Culture4
SPANISH 25Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts3
SPANISH 104ASurvey of Spanish American Literature4
SPANISH 104BSurvey of Spanish American Literature4
SPANISH 107ASurvey of Spanish Literature4
SPANISH 107BSurvey of Spanish Literature4
SPANISH 109Spanish Drama of the 16th and 17th Centuries4
SPANISH 111ACervantes4
SPANISH 111BCervantes4
SPANISH 113Course Not Available
SPANISH 115Spanish Poetry3
SPANISH 117Course Not Available3
SPANISH 135Studies in Hispanic Literature4
SPANISH 185Course Not Available3
THEATER 5Public Speaking and Presentation Skills4
THEATER 10Fundamentals of Acting I3
THEATER N10Course Not Available3
THEATER 15Course Not Available3
THEATER 20ULondon: Theater Capital3
THEATER 25ACThe Drama of American Cultures: An Introduction to Our Theater4
THEATER 26Introduction to Performance Studies4
THEATER 52ACDance in American Cultures4
THEATER 100Collaborative Innovation4
THEATER C107Plays of Ibsen4
THEATER C108Strindberg4
THEATER 109Fundamentals of Acting II3
THEATER 110AIntermediate Acting: Scene Study and Style3
THEATER 110BIntermediate Acting: Shakespeare3
THEATER 111Advanced Acting Studio3
THEATER 112VOICE AND SPEECH3
THEATER 113AInternational Performance and Literature: Irish Theater: Origins and the Contemporary Scene6
THEATER 114Performance Workshop3
THEATER 115Course Not Available3
THEATER 118ACPerformance, Television, and Social Media4
THEATER 119Performance Theory4
THEATER 121Performance and Culture4
THEATER 122Course Not Available4
THEATER 125Performance and History4
THEATER 125DPerformance and History4
THEATER 126Performance Literatures4
THEATER 139AFundamentals of Playwriting3
THEATER 139BPlaywriting3
THEATER 140Pedagogy for Movement Based Classes - Undergraduate Level3
THEATER N141Course Not Available3
THEATER 144Sources of Movement3
THEATER 146AChoreography: Solo/Duet Showcase 11-3
THEATER 146BChoreography: Compositional Study 11-3
THEATER 151AHistories of Performance: Performance and Community3
THEATER 151BHistories of Performance: Performance and the Individual3
THEATER 162Fundamentals of Stage Directing3
THEATER 163Stage Directing3
THEATER 166Special Topics: Theater Arts 11-4
THEATER 167Technical Theater: Performance Practice 11-3
THEATER 168Technical Theater: Shop Practice 11-3
THEATER 169Advanced Technical Theater Practice 11-3
THEATER 171Theater Performance 11-3
THEATER 173AScenography: Scenic Design for the Theatre3
THEATER 173BScenography: Scenic Design for the Theatre3
THEATER 174AScenography: Costume Design for the Theatre3
THEATER 174BScenography: Costume Design for the Theatre3
THEATER 175AScenography: Lighting Design for Performance4
THEATER 175BScenography: Advanced Lighting Design for Performance4
THEATER 178Video Production for Performance3
THEATER 179Supervised Theatrical Design 11-4
THEATER 180Theatrical Realization of Dance 11-3
THEATER 181Theatrical Realization of Dramatic Texts 11-4
THEATER C183APerformance: An African American Perspective3
THEATER C183BResearch-to-Performance Laboratory3
THEATER C183CBlack Theatre Workshop3
TIBETAN 110BIntensive Readings in Tibetan4
TURKISH 101AReadings in Modern Turkish3
TURKISH 101BReadings in Modern Turkish3
UGIS C135Visual Autobiography4
UGIS C136The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
UGIS 160AArt4
VIETNMS 101BAdvanced Vietnamese3
VIS STD 180AIntroduction to Visual Studies: Word and Image4
VIS STD 180BIntroduction to Visual Studies: Word and Image4
VIS STD 181Introduction to Photography4
VIS STD 185XSelected Topics: Word and Image 11-4
VIS STD 186XSelected Topics: Photography: Special Topics: Photography 11-4
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Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth.

Biological Science
This page was updated on Monday, August 31, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Biological Science area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement. No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

ANTHRO 1Introduction to Biological Anthropology4
ANTHRO C100Human Paleontology5
ANTHRO C103Introduction to Human Osteology6
ANTHRO 105Primate Evolution4
ANTHRO 106Primate Behavior4
ANTHRO 107Evolution of the Human Brain4
ANTHRO 110Theory and Method in Physical Anthropology4
ANTHRO 112Special Topics in Biological Anthropology4
ANTHRO 135Paleoethnobotany: Archaeological Methods and Laboratory Techniques4
BIO ENG C119Orthopedic Biomechanics4
BIOLOGY 1AGeneral Biology Lecture3
BIOLOGY 1BGeneral Biology Lecture and Laboratory4
CHM ENG 170ABiochemical Engineering3
COG SCI C102Scientific Approaches to Consciousness3
COG SCI C126Perception3
COG SCI C127Cognitive Neuroscience3
COG SCI C147Language Disorders3
ENGLISH C77Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ENV SCI 10Introduction to Environmental Sciences3
ENV SCI 125Environments of the San Francisco Bay Area3
EPS C82Oceans3
EPS C129Biometeorology3
ESPM 2The Biosphere3
ESPM 6Environmental Biology3
ESPM 40Insects and Human Society3
ESPM C10Environmental Issues4
ESPM C11Americans and the Global Forest4
ESPM C12Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ESPM 15Introduction to Environmental Sciences3
ESPM 100Environmental Problem Solving4
ESPM 102ATerrestrial Resource Ecology4
ESPM 102CResource Management4
ESPM C103Principles of Conservation Biology4
ESPM 105ASierra Nevada Ecology4
ESPM 106American Wildlife: Identification and Conservation3
ESPM C107Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands13
ESPM 108ATrees: Taxonomy, Growth, and Structures3
ESPM 108BEnvironmental Change Genetics3
ESPM 110Primate Ecology4
ESPM 111Ecosystem Ecology4
ESPM 112Microbial Ecology3
ESPM 114Wildlife Ecology3
ESPM 115CFish Ecology3
ESPM 116BRange Ecology, Improvements, and Management3
ESPM 116CTropical Forest Ecology3
ESPM 117Urban Garden Ecosystems4
ESPM 118Agricultural Ecology4
ESPM C129Biometeorology3
ESPM 131Soil Microbial Ecology3
ESPM 132Spider Biology4
ESPM 134Fire, Insects, and Diseases in Forest Ecosystems3
ESPM 137Landscape Ecology3
ESPM 140General Entomology4
ESPM 142Insect Behavior3
ESPM 144Insect Physiology3
ESPM 152Global Change Biology3
ESPM 164GIS and Environmental Science3
ESPM 181AFire Ecology3
ESPM 185Applied Forest Ecology4
ESPM 186Management and Conservation of Rangeland Ecosystems4
ESPM 187Restoration Ecology4
GEOG 40Introduction to Earth System Science4
GEOG C82Oceans3
GEOG 143Global Change Biogeochemistry3
GEOG 148Biogeography4
INTEGBI C13Origins: from the Big Bang to the Emergence of Humans4
INTEGBI 31The Ecology and Evolution of Animal Behavior3
INTEGBI 32Course Not Available3
INTEGBI 35ACHuman Biological Variation4
INTEGBI 37Topics in Paleontology: The Antecedents of Man3
INTEGBI 42Primate Biology3
INTEGBI C82Oceans3
INTEGBI 100BPrinciples of Biodiversity3
INTEGBI C100Communicating Ocean Science4
INTEGBI 102LFIntroduction to California Plant Life with Laboratory4
INTEGBI 103LFInvertebrate Zoology with Laboratory5
INTEGBI 104LFNatural History of the Vertebrates with Laboratory5
INTEGBI C105Natural History Museums and Biodiversity Science3
INTEGBI 106APhysical and Chemical Environment of the Ocean4
INTEGBI C107LPrinciples of Plant Morphology with Laboratory4
INTEGBI C110LBiology of Fungi with Laboratory4
INTEGBI 113LPaleobiological Perspectives on Ecology and Evolution4
INTEGBI 115Introduction to Systems in Biology and Medicine4
INTEGBI 116LMedical Parasitology4
INTEGBI 118Host-Pathogen Interactions: A Trans-Discipline Outlook4
INTEGBI 119Evaluating Scientific Evidence in Medicine3
INTEGBI 123ALExercise and Environmental Physiology with Laboratory5
INTEGBI C125LIntroduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of Human Movement4
INTEGBI 127LMotor Control with Laboratory3
INTEGBI C129LHuman Physiological Assessment3
INTEGBI 130Course Not Available4
INTEGBI 131General Human Anatomy3
INTEGBI 132Survey of Human Physiology4
INTEGBI 135The Mechanics of Organisms4
INTEGBI C135LLaboratory in the Mechanics of Organisms3
INTEGBI 136The Biology of Sex4
INTEGBI 137Human Endocrinology4
INTEGBI 138Comparative Endocrinology4
INTEGBI 139The Neurobiology of Stress4
INTEGBI 140Biology of Human Reproduction4
INTEGBI 141Human Genetics3
INTEGBI C142LIntroduction to Human Osteology6
INTEGBI C143ABiological Clocks: Physiology and Behavior3
INTEGBI C143BHormones and Behavior3
INTEGBI C144Animal Behavior4
INTEGBI 146LFBehavioral Ecology with Laboratory5
INTEGBI 147Biology of Aging3
INTEGBI 148Comparative Animal Physiology3
INTEGBI C149Molecular Ecology4
INTEGBI 150Evolutionary Environmental Physiology3
INTEGBI 151Plant Physiological Ecology4
INTEGBI 152Environmental Toxicology4
INTEGBI 153Ecology3
INTEGBI 154Plant Ecology3
INTEGBI C155Holocene Paleoecology: How Humans Changed the Earth3
INTEGBI C156Principles of Conservation Biology4
INTEGBI 157LFEcosystems of California4
INTEGBI 158LFBiology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands13
INTEGBI 159The Living Planet: Impact of the Biosphere on the Earth System3
INTEGBI 160Evolution4
INTEGBI 161Population and Evolutionary Genetics4
INTEGBI 162Ecological Genetics4
INTEGBI 163Molecular and Genomic Evolution3
INTEGBI 164Human Genetics and Genomics4
INTEGBI 166Evolutionary Biogeography4
INTEGBI 167Evolution and Earth History: From Genes to Fossils4
INTEGBI 168LSystematics of Vascular Plants with Laboratory4
INTEGBI 169Evolutionary Medicine4
INTEGBI 170LFMethods in Population and Community Ecology3
INTEGBI 173LFMammalogy with Laboratory5
INTEGBI 174LFOrnithology with Laboratory4
INTEGBI 175LFHerpetology with Laboratory4
INTEGBI C176LFish Ecology3
INTEGBI 181LPaleobotany - The 500-Million Year History of a Greening Planet4
INTEGBI 183LEvolution of the Vertebrates with Laboratory4
INTEGBI 184LMorphology of the Vertebrate Skeleton with Laboratory4
INTEGBI C185LHuman Paleontology5
INTEGBI C187Human Biogeography of the Pacific3
L & S 23The Humanities4
L & S C30TDrugs and the Brain3
L & S C30UAmericans and the Global Forest4
L & S C30VEnvironmental Issues4
L & S C30XBig Ideas in Cell Biology3
LD ARCH 12Environmental Science for Sustainable Development4
LD ARCH 110Ecological Analysis3
LINGUIS C147Language Disorders3
MCELLBI C31Big Ideas in Cell Biology3
MCELLBI 32Introduction to Human Physiology3
MCELLBI 41Genetics and Society3
MCELLBI C44Biology for Voters3
MCELLBI 50The Immune System and Disease3
MCELLBI 55Plagues and Pandemics3
MCELLBI C61Brain, Mind, and Behavior3
MCELLBI W61Brain, Mind, and Behavior3
MCELLBI C62Drugs and the Brain3
MCELLBI 63Introduction to Functional Neuroanatomy3
MCELLBI C64Exploring the Brain: Introduction to Neuroscience3
MCELLBI 91DImmunology 12-4
MCELLBI 100BBiochemistry: Pathways, Mechanisms, and Regulation4
MCELLBI C100ABiophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the Molecules of Life4
MCELLBI 102Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology4
MCELLBI C103Bacterial Pathogenesis3
MCELLBI 104Genetics, Genomics, and Cell Biology4
MCELLBI 110Molecular Biology: Macromolecular Synthesis and Cellular Function4
MCELLBI C110LGeneral Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laboratory4
MCELLBI C112General Microbiology4
MCELLBI C114Introduction to Comparative Virology4
MCELLBI C116Microbial Diversity3
MCELLBI 130ACourse Not Available4
MCELLBI 132Biology of Human Cancer4
MCELLBI 133LPhysiology and Cell Biology Laboratory4
MCELLBI C134Chromosome Biology/Cytogenetics3
MCELLBI 135ATopics in Cell and Developmental Biology: Molecular Endocrinology3
MCELLBI 136Physiology4
MCELLBI 137Course Not Available3
MCELLBI 140General Genetics4
MCELLBI 140LGenetics Laboratory4
MCELLBI 141Developmental Biology4
MCELLBI 143Evolution of Genomes, Cells, and Development3
MCELLBI C148Microbial Genomics and Genetics4
MCELLBI 149The Human Genome3
MCELLBI 150Molecular Immunology4
MCELLBI 150LImmunology Laboratory4
MCELLBI 160Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology4
MCELLBI 160LNeurobiology Laboratory4
MCELLBI 161Circuit, Systems and Behavioral Neuroscience4
MCELLBI 163Course Not Available4
MCELLBI 165Neurobiology of Disease3
MCELLBI 166Biophysical Neurobiology3
MEC ENG C176Orthopedic Biomechanics4
NUSCTX 10Introduction to Human Nutrition3
NUSCTX 11Introduction to Toxicology3
NUSCTX 103Nutrient Function and Metabolism3
NUSCTX 110Toxicology4
NUSCTX 160Metabolic Bases of Human Health and Diseases4
NUSCTX 170Experimental Nutrition Laboratory4
PB HLTH C102Bacterial Pathogenesis3
PB HLTH C160Environmental Health and Development4
PB HLTH 162APublic Health Microbiology3
PB HLTH 170BCourse Not Available
PHYS ED 32Fitness for Life: Physical Adaptations to Exercise3
PHYS ED C129Human Physiological Assessment3
PHYS ED C165LIntroduction to the Biomechanical Analysis of Human Movement4
PHYSICS 177Principles of Molecular Biophysics3
PLANTBI 11Fungi, History, and Society3
PLANTBI 40The (Secret) Life of Plants3
PLANTBI C103Bacterial Pathogenesis3
PLANTBI C116Microbial Diversity3
PLANTBI 135Physiology and Biochemistry of Plants3
PLANTBI C148Microbial Genomics and Genetics4
PLANTBI 150Plant Cell Biology3
PLANTBI 160Plant Molecular Genetics3
PLANTBI 165Plant-Microbe Interactions3
PSYCH C19Drugs and the Brain3
PSYCH 39LFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PSYCH 110Introduction to Biological Psychology3
PSYCH 114Biology of Learning3
PSYCH 117Human Neuropsychology3
PSYCH 118Topical Seminar in Biological Psychology3
PSYCH 121Animal Cognition3
PSYCH 122Introduction to Human Learning and Memory3
PSYCH 125The Developing Brain3
PSYCH C126Perception3
PSYCH C127Cognitive Neuroscience3
PSYCH C129Scientific Approaches to Consciousness3
PSYCH 133Psychology of Sleep3
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Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth.

Historical Studies
This page was updated on Monday, August 31, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Historical Studies area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement.  No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

 
AFRICAM 4AAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 4BAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 5AAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 5BAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 111Race, Class, and Gender in the United States3
AFRICAM 116Slavery and African American Life Before 18654
AFRICAM 117African Americans in the Industrial Age, 1865-19704
AFRICAM 121Black Political Life in the United States4
AFRICAM 122African American Families in American Society3
AFRICAM 123Social and Political Thought in the Diaspora3
AFRICAM 125History of the Civil Rights Movement4
AFRICAM 131Caribbean Societies and Cultures3
AFRICAM 138Black Nationalism4
AFRICAM 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
AFRICAM C178Cultural Studies4
AMERSTD 10Introduction to American Studies4
AMERSTD 10ACIntroduction to American Studies4
AMERSTD C10Introduction to American Studies: Hollywood: the Place, the Industry, the Fantasy4
AMERSTD C112AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
AMERSTD C112BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
AMERSTD C112FThe American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
AMERSTD C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
AMERSTD C171The American Designed Landscape Since 18503
AMERSTD C172History of American Business3
ANTHRO 2Introduction to Archaeology4
ANTHRO 2ACIntroduction to Archaeology4
ANTHRO 10ACThe California Frontier4
ANTHRO 114History of Anthropological Thought4
ANTHRO 121AHistorical Archaeology: American Material Culture4
ANTHRO 121ACAmerican Material Culture4
ANTHRO 121BHistorical Archaeology: Theoretical Approaches in American Historical Archaeology4
ANTHRO 122AArchaeology of the Americas: Archaeology of North America4
ANTHRO 122CArchaeology of the Americas: Archaeology of Central America4
ANTHRO 122DArchaeology of the Americas: World of Ancient Maya4
ANTHRO 122EArchaeology of the Americas: Andean Archaeology: People of the Andes4
ANTHRO 122FArchaeology of the Americas: California Archaeology4
ANTHRO 123AOld World Prehistory4
ANTHRO 123BOld World Cultures: Archaeology of Africa4
ANTHRO 123COld World Cultures: Archaeology of Europe4
ANTHRO 123EOld World Cultures: Mediterranean Archaeology4
ANTHRO 124APacific Cultures: Archaeology of the South Pacific4
ANTHRO 124ACHawaiian Ethnohistory4
ANTHRO C125AArchaeology of East Asia4
ANTHRO C125BArchaeology and Japanese Identities4
ANTHRO 129ATopical Areas in Archaeology: Prehistoric Art4
ANTHRO C129FThe Archaeology of Health and Disease4
ANTHRO 134Analysis of the Archaeological Record4
ANTHRO 134AField Course in Archaeological Methods6
ANTHRO 174ACCalifornia Historical Anthropology4
ANTHRO 180European Society4
ANTHRO 183Topics in the Anthropological Study of Africa4
ARCH 130Introduction to Architectural Design Theory and Criticism4
ARCH 170AAn Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism4
ARCH 170BAn Historical Survey of Architecture and Urbanism4
ARCH 176American Architecture3
ARCH 180ACCourse Not Available
ASAMST 20AIntroduction to the History of Asians in the United States4
ASAMST 121Chinese American History4
ASAMST 122Japanese American History4
ASAMST 123Korean American History4
ASAMST 124Filipino American History4
ASAMST 128ACMuslims in America4
ASAMST 131Asian Diaspora(s) from an Asian American Perspective4
ASAMST 171Asian Americans in Film and Video4
ASAMST 175Contemporary Narratives on the Philippines and the United States3
CELTIC 70The World of the Celts4
CELTIC 128Medieval Celtic Culture4
CELTIC 173Celtic Christianity4
CHICANO 50Introduction to Chicano History4
CHICANO 130Mexican and Chicano Art History3
CHICANO 135ALatino Narrative Film: to the 1980s4
CHICANO 135BLatino Narrative Film Since 19904
CHICANO 150BHistory of the Southwest: Mexican-United States War to Present4
CHICANO 161Central American Peoples and Cultures4
CHICANO C161Central American Peoples and Cultures4
CHICANO 162The U.S. Role in Central America4
CHINESE 7AIntroduction to Premodern Chinese Literature and Culture4
CHINESE 102Fourth-Year Chinese Readings: Social Sciences and History4
CLASSIC 10AIntroduction to Greek Civilization4
CLASSIC 10BIntroduction to Roman Civilization4
CLASSIC 17AIntroduction to the Archaeology of the Greek World4
CLASSIC 17BIntroduction to the Archaeology of the Roman World4
CLASSIC 29Introduction to Greco-Roman Magic4
CLASSIC 36Greek Philosophy4
CLASSIC 39ICourse Not Available4
CLASSIC R44Roots of Western Civilization5
CLASSIC 121Ancient Religion4
CLASSIC 161Gender, Sexuality, and Culture in the Ancient World4
COG SCI C103Course Not Available3
COLWRIT 50ACResearching Water in the West: Its Presence, Its Absence, and Its Consequences for the Peoples of California3
COLWRIT 150ACResearching Water in the West: Its Presence, Its Absence, and Its Consequences for the Peoples of California3
COMPSCI 39KFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
CY PLAN 110Introduction to City Planning4
DEMOG 145ACThe American Immigrant Experience4
DEV STD C100History of Development and Underdevelopment4
DUTCH 39ACultural History of the Low Countries (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg)3
DUTCH C170Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
DUTCH 171ACFrom New Amsterdam to New York: Race, Culture, and Identity in New Netherland4
DUTCH 173Dutch Post-Colonial Studies4
DUTCH 177The Amsterdam-Brussels Connection: The Art, History, and Literature of the Netherlands and Flanders6
DUTCH C178Cultural Studies4
EA LANG 109History of the Culture of Tea in China and Japan4
EA LANG 118Sex and Gender in Premodern Chinese Culture4
EA LANG C120Buddhism on the Silk Road4
ECON 105History of Economic Thought4
ECON 113American Economic History4
ECON 115The World Economy in the Twentieth Century4
ECON 134Macroeconomic Policy from the Great Depression to Today4
EDUC 183High School, The Movie3
ENGLISH 101The History of the English Language4
ENV DES 10The History of Thought in Environmental Design3
ENV DES C169AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
ENV DES C169BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
ESPM 50ACIntroduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management4
ESPM 160ACAmerican Environmental and Cultural History4
ESPM 166Natural Resource Policy and Indigenous Peoples4
ETH STD 10ACA History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North America, 1598-Present4
ETH STD 21ACA Comparative Survey of Racial and Ethnic Groups in the U.S4
ETH STD 41ACA Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the 60's4
ETH STD C73ACIndigenous Peoples in Global Inequality4
ETH STD 130The Making of Multicultural America: A Comparative Historical Perspective4
ETH STD/NATAMST 173ACIndigenous Peoples in Global Inequality4
ETH STD 181ACPrison4
FILM 25AThe History of Film4
FILM 25BThe History of Film4
FILM 129History of Avant-Garde Film4
FILM 160National Cinema4
FRENCH 43AAspects of French Culture3
FRENCH 43BAspects of French Culture3
FRENCH 145History of the French Language4
FRENCH 161AA Year in French History4
FRENCH 161BA Year in French History4
FRENCH 162APerspectives on History4
FRENCH 162BPerspectives on History4
FRENCH 171AA Concept in French Cultural History4
FRENCH 171BA Concept in French Cultural History4
FRENCH 180AFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180BFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180CFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180DFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 183AConfigurations of Crisis4
FRENCH 183BConfigurations of Crisis4
GEOG C55Introduction to Central Asia3
GEOG 70ACThe Urban Experience3
GEOG C112History of Development and Underdevelopment4
GEOG C152Course Not Available4
GEOG C157Central American Peoples and Cultures4
GEOG C160AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
GEOG C160BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
GEOG 164The Geography of Economic Development in China4
GERMAN C25Revolutionary Thinking: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
GERMAN 123From 1800 to the Present3
GERMAN 157AGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Luther, Kant, Hegel4
GERMAN 157BGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
GERMAN 157CGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Heidegger and Arendt4
GERMAN 157DGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Adorno, Benjamin, Habermas4
GERMAN 160APolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: A Century of Extremes4
GERMAN 160BPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: Fascism and Propaganda4
GERMAN 160CPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: A Divided Nation. Politics and Culture in Germany 1945-19904
GERMAN 160KPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: The Weimar Republic: Politics and Culture in Germany 1918-19334
GERMAN 170History of the German Language3
GERMAN 177The Cultural History of Switzerland in Literature and Film4
GREEK 120Herodotus4
GREEK 121Thucydides4
GREEK 122Attic Oratory4
GWS 100ACWomen in American Culture3
GWS 120The History of American Women4
HISTART 10Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval4
HISTART 10BHistory of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern3
HISTART N10Introduction to Western Art: Ancient to Medieval3
HISTART 11Introduction to Western Art: Renaissance to the Present4
HISTART 12History of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern3
HISTART 15Course Not Available4
HISTART 27Visual Cultures of Africa4
HISTART 30Art of India4
HISTART N31Arts of East Asia3
HISTART 32The Arts of Korea4
HISTART 33Buddhist Art of Asia3
HISTART 34Arts of China4
HISTART 35Art and Architecture in Japan4
HISTART 39AFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39CFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39FFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39GFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39HFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39IFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39JFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39KFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39LFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39NFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39OFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39PFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39QFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39RFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39SFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39TFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39UFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39VFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39WFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39XFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39YFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 39ZFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
HISTART 41Introduction to Greek and Roman Art4
HISTART 51Introduction to Medieval Art4
HISTART 62Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art4
HISTART 65Arts of the Renaissance and Reformation3
HISTART 80Introduction to Modern Art4
HISTART 88Arts of Latin America4
HISTART 100Theories and Methods of Art History4
HISTART N100Theories and Methods of Art History4
HISTART 101Theories & Methods for a Global History of Art4
HISTART N104Gender and Representation3
HISTART 107Images and the Law4
HISTART 108Cities and the Arts4
HISTART 120The "Origins" of Art3
HISTART C120AThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 3500-1000 BCE4
HISTART C120BThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000-330 BCE4
HISTART C121ATopics in Islamic Art4
HISTART C121BTopics in Islamic Art4
HISTART 127The Arts of Africa3
HISTART 130AEarly Chinese Art, Part I4
HISTART 131ASacred Arts in China4
HISTART 131BThe Classical Painting Tradition in China4
HISTART 131CArt and Propaganda in Modern China4
HISTART 134ATopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Temple Art & Architecture in Japan4
HISTART 134BTopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Icons in Japan4
HISTART 134CTopics in Buddhist Art and Architecture: Buddhist Art in the Modern/Contemporary World4
HISTART 136ASouth Asian Art: Ancient4
HISTART 136BSouth Asian Art: Early Modern4
HISTART 136CThe Art of India: 1350 A.D. to the Present4
HISTART 137The Art of Southeast Asia4
HISTART C140Minoan and Mycenaean Art4
HISTART 141AThe Art of Ancient Greece: Archaic Greek Art and Architecture (750-480 B.C.)4
HISTART 141BThe Art of Ancient Greece: Classical Greek Art and Architecture (500-320 B.C.)4
HISTART 141CThe Art of Ancient Greece: Hellenistic Art and Architecture (330-30 B.C.)4
HISTART 145Roman Art4
HISTART 145ARoman Painting4
HISTART 151Art in Late Antiquity4
HISTART 155ARelics, Reliquaries and Cult Images4
HISTART 156AGothic Art in Northern Europe: 1150-12704
HISTART C156BArt and Science4
HISTART C158Art and Science4
HISTART 160Renaissance Art in Florence 1400-16004
HISTART 161Renaissance Art in Rome 1400-16004
HISTART 162Renaissance Art in Venice 1400-16004
HISTART 166Van Eyck to Brueghel4
HISTART 169AElizabethan Renaissance: Art, Culture, and Visuality4
HISTART 170Southern Baroque Art4
HISTART 171Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America4
HISTART 172The Dutch Golden Age4
HISTART 173The Age of Rubens4
HISTART 174Types of Dutch and Flemish Painting in the 17th Century4
HISTART 175Visual Culture in Early Modern France: Renaissance to Enlightenment4
HISTART 179Eighteenth-Century British Art3
HISTART 180ANineteenth-Century Europe: Age of Revolution4
HISTART 180CNineteenth-Century Europe: The Invention of Avant-Gardes4
HISTART N180A19th-Century Europe: Age of Revolution3
HISTART N180BThe Body in Avant-Garde French Art3
HISTART N180CNineteenth-Century Europe: The Invention of Avant-Gardes3
HISTART N181French Art of the 19th Century3
HISTART 182Histories of Photography4
HISTART N182Histories of Photography3
HISTART 183Art and Colonialism4
HISTART 183EAmerican Painting and Photography from the Civil War to WW II3
HISTART 185From Manet to Mondrian3
HISTART 185AAmerican Art (1800-Present)4
HISTART 185BAmerican Architecture: Domestic Forms4
HISTART N185CContemporary American Art3
HISTART 186AArt in the Early 20th Century4
HISTART 186CArt in the Later 20th Century4
HISTART N186CArt in the Later 20th Century3
HISTART 187ACRace and Representation in the Twentieth Century in the United States4
HISTART 188Latin American Art4
HISTART 188ALatin American Art: Before Columbus4
HISTART C189The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
HISTORY 2Comparative World History4
HISTORY 3After the Roman Empire: the East4
HISTORY 4AOrigins of Western Civilization: The Ancient Mediterranean World4
HISTORY 4BOrigins of Western Civilization: Medieval Europe4
HISTORY 5European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present4
HISTORY W5European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present4
HISTORY 6Chinese Civilization4
HISTORY 6AHistory of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest4
HISTORY 6BIntroduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao4
HISTORY 7AIntroduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Settlement to Civil War4
HISTORY 7BIntroduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Civil War to Present4
HISTORY 8ALatin American History: Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 18244
HISTORY 8BLatin American History: Modern Latin America4
HISTORY 10African History4
HISTORY 11India4
HISTORY 12The Middle East4
HISTORY 14Introduction to the History of Japan4
HISTORY 30Science and Society4
HISTORY 39CFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39DFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39EFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39FFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39GFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39HFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39IFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39JFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39KFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39LFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39MFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 100Special Topics4
HISTORY 100ACSpecial Topics in the History of the United States4
HISTORY 100APSpecial Topics in Ancient History4
HISTORY 100BSpecial Topics in European History4
HISTORY 100BPSpecial Topics in Medieval History4
HISTORY 100DSpecial Topics in the History of the United States4
HISTORY 100ESpecial Topics in Latin American History4
HISTORY 100FSpecial Topics in Asian History4
HISTORY 100HSpecial Topics in African History4
HISTORY 100LSpecial Topics in Legal History4
HISTORY 100MSpecial Topics in the History of the Middle East4
HISTORY 100SSpecial Topics in the History of Science4
HISTORY 100USpecial Topics in Comparative History4
HISTORY 100UPSpecial Topics in Comparative History4
HISTORY 101Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History Majors5
HISTORY 103AProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Ancient4
HISTORY 103BProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Europe4
HISTORY 103CProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: England4
HISTORY 103DProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: United States4
HISTORY 103EProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Latin America4
HISTORY 103FProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Asia4
HISTORY 103HProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Africa4
HISTORY 103SProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: History of Science4
HISTORY 103UProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Studies in Comparative History4
HISTORY 104The Craft of History4
HISTORY 105AAncient Greece: Archaic and Classical Greek History4
HISTORY 105BAncient Greece: The Greek World: 403-31 BCE4
HISTORY 106AAncient Rome: The Roman Republic4
HISTORY 106BAncient Rome: The Roman Empire4
HISTORY N106AThe Roman Republic4
HISTORY N106BThe Roman Empire4
HISTORY 108Byzantium4
HISTORY 109AThe Rise of Islamic Civilization, 600-12004
HISTORY 109BThe Middle East, 1000-17504
HISTORY 109CThe Middle East From the 18th Century to the Present4
HISTORY N109CThe Middle East From the 18th Century to the Present4
HISTORY 111ATopics in the History of Southest Asia: Southeast Asia to the 18th Century4
HISTORY 111BTopics in the History of Southest Asia: Modern Southeast Asia4
HISTORY 111CTopics in the History of Southest Asia: Political and Cultural History of Vietnam4
HISTORY 111DVietnam at War4
HISTORY C111BCourse Not Available4
HISTORY 112BAfrica: Modern South Africa, 1652-Present4
HISTORY 112CColonialism and Nationalism in Africa4
HISTORY N112BModern South Africa, 1652-Present4
HISTORY 113ATraditional Korean History4
HISTORY 113BModern Korean History4
HISTORY 114AIndia: Medieval and Early Modern India to the Coming of the British4
HISTORY 114BIndia: Modern South Asia4
HISTORY 116AChina: Early China4
HISTORY 116BChina: Two Golden Ages: China During the Tang and Song Dynasties4
HISTORY 116CChina: Modern China4
HISTORY 116DChina: Twentieth-Century China4
HISTORY 116GImperial China and the World4
HISTORY 117ATopics in Chinese History: Chinese Popular Culture4
HISTORY 117DTopics in Chinese History: The Chinese Body: Gender and Sex, Health, and Medicine4
HISTORY 118AJapan: Japan, Archaeological Period to 18004
HISTORY 118BJapan: Japan 1800-19004
HISTORY 118CJapan: Empire and Alienation: The 20th Century in Japan4
HISTORY 119ATopics in Japanese History: Postwar Japan4
HISTORY N119APostwar Japan4
HISTORY 120ACAmerican Environmental and Cultural History4
HISTORY 121BThe Colonial Period and American Revolution: The American Revolution4
HISTORY 122ACAntebellum America: The Advent of Mass Society4
HISTORY 123Civil War and Reconstruction4
HISTORY 124AThe Recent United States: The United States from the Late 19th Century to the Eve of World War II4
HISTORY 124BThe Recent United States: The United States from World War II4
HISTORY N124AThe United States from the Late 19th Century to the Eve of the World War II4
HISTORY N124BThe United States from World War II to the Vietnam Era4
HISTORY 125AHistory of African-Americans and Race Relations in the United States: The History of Black People and Race Relations, 1550-18614
HISTORY 125BHistory of African-Americans and Race Relations in the United States: Soul Power: African American History 1861-19804
HISTORY N125BSoul Power: African American History 1861-20084
HISTORY 126AThe American West since 18504
HISTORY 126BThe American West since 18504
HISTORY 127ACCalifornia4
HISTORY 130American Foreign Policy4
HISTORY 130BCourse Not Available4
HISTORY 131BSocial History of the United States: Creating Modern American Society: From the End of the Civil War to the Global Age4
HISTORY N131BSocial History of the United States: 1914-Present4
HISTORY C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
HISTORY 134AThe Age of the City: The Age of the City, 1825-19334
HISTORY 135American Indian History: Precontact to the Present4
HISTORY 136Gender Matters in 20th Century America4
HISTORY 136ACGender Matters in 20th Century America4
HISTORY 137ACThe Repeopling of America4
HISTORY 138History of Science in the U.S.4
HISTORY 138THistory of Science in the US CalTeach4
HISTORY C139BThe American Immigrant Experience4
HISTORY C139CCivil Rights and Social Movements in U.S. History4
HISTORY 140BMexico: Modern Mexico4
HISTORY 141BSocial History of Latin America: Social History of Modern Latin America4
HISTORY 143Brazil4
HISTORY N143Brazil4
HISTORY 146Latin American Women4
HISTORY 149BMedieval Italy: Italy in the Age of Dante (1000-1350)4
HISTORY 150BMedieval England: From the Conquest to 12904
HISTORY 151ABritain 1485-Present: Tudor Stuart Britain, 1485-16604
HISTORY 151BBritain 1485-Present: Britain, 1660-18514
HISTORY 151CBritain 1485-Present: The Peculiar Modernity of Britain, 1848-20004
HISTORY N151CThe Peculiar Modernity of Britain, 1848-20004
HISTORY 152ATopics in the History of the British Isles: Ireland Since the Union4
HISTORY 154Canada4
HISTORY 155AMedieval Europe: From the Late Empire to the Investiture Conflict4
HISTORY 155BMedieval Europe: From the Investiture Conflict to the Fifteenth Century4
HISTORY C157The Renaissance and the Reformation4
HISTORY 158AModern Europe: Old Regime and Revolutionary Europe, 1715-18154
HISTORY 158BModern Europe: Europe in the 19th Century4
HISTORY 158CModern Europe: Old and New Europe, 1914-Present4
HISTORY N158COld and New Europe, 1914-Present4
HISTORY 159AEuropean Economic History4
HISTORY 159BEuropean Economic History4
HISTORY 160The International Economy of the 20th Century4
HISTORY N160The International Economy of the 20th Century4
HISTORY 162AEurope and the World: Wars, Empires, Nations 1648-19144
HISTORY 162BWar and Peace: International Relations since 19144
HISTORY N162AEurope and the World: Wars, Empires, Nations 1648-19144
HISTORY 163AModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History from the Enlightenment to 18704
HISTORY 163BModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History, 1870 to the Present4
HISTORY 164AThe Birth of Modern Thought: European Intellectual History, 1500-18004
HISTORY 164BModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History from Enlightenment to 18704
HISTORY 164CModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History 1870 to the Present4
HISTORY S164BSocial History of Western Europe4
HISTORY 165ATopics in Modern European History: The Reformations of Christendom4
HISTORY 165BTopics in Modern European History: The World, the Picture, and the Page: The Revolution in European Culture since the late 18th Century4
HISTORY 165DThe Social and Cultural History of Early Modern Europe4
HISTORY 166AModern France: Early Modern France to 17154
HISTORY 166BModern France: Old Regime and Revolutionary France4
HISTORY 166CModern France4
HISTORY 167AModern Germany: Early Modern Germany4
HISTORY 167BModern Germany: The Rise and Fall of the Second Reich: Germany 1770-19184
HISTORY 167CModern Germany: Germany 1914 to the Present4
HISTORY 168ASpain and Portugal: The Spanish and Portuguese Empires in the Golden Age: 1450-17004
HISTORY 169AModern Italy: Renaissance and Baroque Italy 1350-18004
HISTORY 170The Netherlands4
HISTORY 171ARussia: Russia to 17004
HISTORY 171BRussia: Imperial Russia: From Peter the Great to the Russian Revolution4
HISTORY 171CRussia: The Soviet Union, 1917 to the Present4
HISTORY 172Russian Intellectual History4
HISTORY 173BHistory of Eastern Europe: The Habsburg Empire, 1740-19184
HISTORY 173CHistory of Eastern Europe: History of Eastern Europe: From 1900 to the Present4
HISTORY 174ATopics in the History of Eastern Europe: A History of Poland-Lithuania4
HISTORY 174BTopics in the History of Eastern Europe: Poles and Others: the Making of Modern Poland4
HISTORY C175BJewish Civilization: Modern Period4
HISTORY C176Course Not Available4
HISTORY 177AArmenia: Armenia from Ethnogenesis to the Dark Ages4
HISTORY 177BArmenia: From Pre-modern Empires to the Present4
HISTORY 178History of the Holocaust4
HISTORY 180The Life Sciences since 17504
HISTORY 180THistory of the Life Sciences Since 1750 (Cal Teach)4
HISTORY 181BTopics in the History of the Physical Sciences: Modern Physics: From the Atom to Big Science4
HISTORY 182AScience, Technology, and Society4
HISTORY 182ATScience, Technology, and Society (Cal Teach)4
HISTORY C182CIntroduction to Science, Technology, and Society4
HISTORY 183Topics in the History of Medicine4
HISTORY 183AHealth and Disease4
HISTORY 185AHistory of Christianity: History of Christianity to 12504
HISTORY 185BHistory of Christianity: History of Christianity from 12504
HISTORY 186International and Global History since 19454
HISTORY C187The History and Practice of Human Rights4
HISTORY C188AArt and Science4
HISTORY C188BArt and Science4
HMEDSCI C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
IAS 45Survey of World History4
INFO C103Course Not Available
ISF C145Course Not Available4
ITALIAN 39FFreshman/Sophomore Seminar1.5-4
ITALIAN 40Italian Culture (in English)4
ITALIAN 70Italian Cinema: History, Directors, Genres, Introduction to Italian Cinema3
ITALIAN 103History of Italian Culture4
ITALIAN 160Studies in the History, Society, and Politics of the Italian Peninsula (in Italian)4
JAPAN 7AIntroduction to Premodern Japanese Literature and Culture4
JAPAN 102Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese Culture4
JAPAN 104Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese History4
JAPAN 146Japanese Historical Documents4
KOREAN 7AIntroduction to Premodern Korean Literature and Culture4
KOREAN 102Fourth-Year Readings: Korean Social Sciences and History4
KOREAN 187History and Memory in Korean Cinema4
L & S 23The Humanities4
L & S 40CHollywood: The Place, the Industry, the Fantasy3,4
L & S C40TIntroduction to American Studies: Hollywood: the Place, the Industry, the Fantasy4
L & S C60URevolutionary Thinking: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
L & S 140CHistorical Studies3,4
L & S 140DHistorical Studies3,4
L & S C140UThe Archaeology of Health and Disease4
L & S C140VThe History and Practice of Human Rights4
LATIN 100Republican Prose4
LATIN 120Latin Prose to AD 144
LATIN 121Tacitus4
LATIN 155AReadings in Medieval Latin4
LD ARCH 170History and Literature of Landscape Architecture3
LD ARCH C171The American Designed Landscape Since 18503
LEGALST 103Theories of Law and Society4
LEGALST 116Legal Discourse 1500-17004
LEGALST 160Punishment, Culture, and Society4
LEGALST 161Law in Chinese Society4
LEGALST 171European Legal History4
LEGALST 174Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel4
LEGALST 176Twentieth-Century American Legal and Constitutional History4
LEGALST 177Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History4
LEGALST 178Seminar on American Legal and Constitutional History3
LEGALST 185ACPrison4
LGBT 145Interpreting the Queer Past: Methods and Problems in the History of Sexuality4
LINGUIS 11Writing Systems3
LINGUIS 22Introduction to the History of the English Language3
LINGUIS C139Language Spread3
LINGUIS 155ACLanguage in the United States: a Capsule History4
MATH 160History of Mathematics4
MED ST 150Studies in Medieval Culture 12-4
MEDIAST 104BThe History of Journalism3
MEDIAST C104CCourse Not Available3
MIL AFF 20Evolution of Warfare3
MIL AFF 154Fundamentals of Maneuver Warfare3
MUSIC 75Course Not Available4
MUSIC 76Course Not Available4
MUSIC 77Course Not Available4
MUSIC 128Topics in the History of European and American Music3
MUSIC 128AOpera3
MUSIC 128AMOpera4
MUSIC 128BBeethoven3
MUSIC 128BMBeethoven3
MUSIC 128DJ. S. Bach3
MUSIC 128DMJ. S. Bach4
MUSIC 128EMozart and Haydn3
MUSIC 128PMusic and Meaning3
MUSIC 128QThe European/American Art Song3
MUSIC 128STopics in Contemporary Improvised Music3
MUSIC 128SMTopics in Contemporary Improvised Music3
MUSIC 128TThe American Musical3
MUSIC 128TMThe American Musical3
MUSIC 130BAfrican American Music4
MUSIC 137ACMusic of the Civil Rights Era4
NATAMST 20AIntroduction to Native American Studies4
NATAMST 71Native Americans in North America to 19004
NATAMST 72Native Americans in North America 1900-Present4
NATAMST C73ACIndigenous Peoples in Global Inequality4
NATAMST 90Freshman Seminar--Myth, Memory and History4
NATAMST 145Images of Native Americans in American History4
NATAMST 173First Nations in Canada1
NATAMST 175History of Native Americans in California4
NATAMST 176History of Native Americans in the Southwest4
NATAMST 178Topics in Native American History4
NE STUD 15Introduction to Near Eastern Art and Archaeology4
NE STUD 18Introduction to Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD C26Introduction to Central Asia3
NE STUD 102AArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 102BArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 105AAncient Mesopotamian Documents and Literature3
NE STUD 106AArt and Architecture of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 106BArt and Architecture of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 109Mesopotamian History3
NE STUD 110Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt in the First Millennium B.C3
NE STUD 112Survey of Ancient Egyptian History4
NE STUD C120AThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 3500-1000 BCE4
NE STUD C120BThe Art of Ancient Mesopotamia: 1000-330 BCE4
NE STUD 122Iranian Archaeology4
NE STUD 123Mesopotamian Archaeology4
NE STUD 124Levantine Archaeology4
NE STUD 126Silk Road Art and Archaeology3
NE STUD 128The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Turkey4
NE STUD C129Minoan and Mycenaean Art4
NE STUD 130AHistory of Ancient Israel3
NE STUD 130BHistory of Ancient Israel3
NE STUD 131Aspects of Biblical Religion4
NE STUD C133Judaism in Late Antiquity4
NE STUD C135Course Not Available
NE STUD 136History and Historiography in the Hebrew Bible3
NE STUD 137Modern and Contemporary Jewish Thought4
NE STUD 140Topics in Islamic Thought and Institutions3
NE STUD 139Modern Jewish Literatures4
NE STUD 143AIslam in Iran3
NE STUD 143BIslam in Iran3
NE STUD 144Sufism: The Mysticism of Islam3
NE STUD 146AIslam3
NE STUD 146BIslam3
NE STUD 147The Rise of Islamic Civilization4
NE STUD 150AArabic Literature in Translation3
NE STUD 150BArabic Literature in Translation3
NE STUD 160Religions of Ancient Iran3
NE STUD 162AHistory of Persian Literature4
NE STUD 162BHistory of Persian Literature4
NE STUD 173ATopics in the History of Central Asia and the Turks3
NE STUD 173BTopics in the History of Central Asia and the Turks3
NE STUD 175History and Culture of Afghanistan3
PACS 125ACWar, Culture, and Society4
PB HLTH 183Course Not Available
PHILOS 25AAncient Philosophy4
PHILOS 25BModern Philosophy4
PHILOS 114History of Political Philosophy4
PHILOS 160Plato4
PHILOS 161Aristotle4
PHILOS 163Special Topics in Greek Philosophy4
PHILOS 170Descartes4
PHILOS 171Hobbes4
PHILOS 172Spinoza4
PHILOS 173Leibniz4
PHILOS 176Hume4
PHILOS 178Kant4
PHILOS 183Schopenhauer and Nietzsche4
PHILOS 184Nietzsche4
POL SCI 112AHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112BHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112CHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112DHistory of European Political Theory: The 20th Century4
POL SCI N113AAmerican Political Theory4
POL SCI 122APolitics of European Integration4
POL SCI 124AWar!4
POL SCI N146CConflict and Change in Southern Africa4
POLECON 160Political Economy in Historical Context4
POLECON W160APolitical Economy in Historical Context: The Twentieth Century: Economies, Societies, Polities, Technologies4
PORTUG 112Course Not Available3
PORTUG 113Brazilian Civilization3
PSYCH 109History of Psychology3
RELIGST C124The Renaissance and the Reformation4
RELIGST C132Course Not Available4
RELIGST C133Judaism in Late Antiquity4
RELIGST C135Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
RELIGST 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
RHETOR 106Rhetoric of Historical Discourse4
RHETOR 116Rhetoric, Culture and Society4
RHETOR 152Rhetoric of Constitutional Discourse4
RHETOR 152ACRace and Order in the New Republic4
RHETOR 153American Political Rhetoric4
RHETOR 155Discourses of Colonialism and Postcoloniality4
RHETOR 166Rhetoric in Law and Politics4
S ASIAN 1AIntroduction to the Civilization of Early India4
S ASIAN 1BIntroduction to the Civilization of Medieval and Modern India4
S ASIAN 144Islam in South Asia4
S ASIAN 146Mughal India through Memoirs, Chronicles and other Texts4
S ASIAN 148Religious Nationalism in South Asia4
S ASIAN 151Course Not Available4
SCANDIN 75Literature and Culture of the Nordic World4
SCANDIN 123Viking and Medieval Scandinavia4
SCANDIN 132Introduction to Finnish Culture and History4
S,SEASN C123Course Not Available4
SEASIAN 10AIntroduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia4
SEASIAN 10BIntroduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia4
SEASIAN 137Islam and Society in Southeast Asia4
SEASIAN 138Southeast Asian Cultures, Texts, and Politics4
SLAVIC 100Seminar: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Cultures3
SLAVIC 130The Culture of Medieval Rus'4
SLAVIC 131Literature, Art, and Society in 20th-Century Russia4
SLAVIC C139Language Spread3
SLAVIC 148Topics in Russian Cultural History4
SLAVIC 158Topics in East European/Eurasian Cultural History4
SOCIOL 131Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experience4
SOCIOL 131ACRace and Ethnic Relations: U.S. American Cultures4
SOCIOL 186American Society4
SOCIOL C189Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
SPANISH 113Course Not Available
SPANISH 122Spanish Culture and Civilization3
SPANISH C178Cultural Studies4
THEATER 125Performance and History4
THEATER 151AHistories of Performance: Performance and Community4
THEATER 151BHistories of Performance: Performance and the Individual4
TIBETAN 116Traditional Tibet4
UGBA C172History of American Business3
UGIS C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
UGIS C136The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
UGIS C153Judaism in Late Antiquity4
UGIS C155Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
UGIS 162APolitical Science: Behind the Bully Bulpit - The History of Presidental Speech4
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 Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth.

International Studies
This page was updated on Tuesday, September 1, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the International Studies area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement. No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Third semester or higher level foreign language courses satisfy the International Studies requirement, as listed below. Heritage language courses are excluded from International Studies credit. Second level language courses may be used only in rare cases where the courses are not used to satisfy the Foreign Language requirement.

The International Studies requirement may also be satisfied by participation in the UC Education Abroad Program or an equivalent program.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

AFRICAM 4BAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 8AIntermediate Wolof4
AFRICAM 8BIntermediate Wolof4
AFRICAM 9AAdvanced Wolof4
AFRICAM 9BAdvanced Wolof4
AFRICAM 10AIntermediate Swahili4
AFRICAM 10BIntermediate Swahili4
AFRICAM 14AIntermediate Zulu4
AFRICAM 14BIntermediate Zulu4
AFRICAM 15AAdvanced Swahili4
AFRICAM 15BAdvanced Swahili4
AFRICAM 19AAdvanced Zulu4
AFRICAM 19BAdvanced Zulu4
AFRICAM 31AIntermediate Chichewa4
AFRICAM 31BIntermediate Chichewa4
AFRICAM 39BFreshman/Sophmore Seminar 12-4
AFRICAM 112APolitical and Economic Development in the Third World4
AFRICAM 112BPolitical and Economic Development in the Third World4
AFRICAM 131Caribbean Societies and Cultures3
AFRICAM N131Caribbean Societies and Cultures3
ANTHRO C147BSexuality, Culture, and Colonialism4
ANTHRO 152Art and Culture4
ANTHRO 170China4
ANTHRO 171Japan4
ANTHRO 178Oceania4
ANTHRO 179Ethnography of the Maya4
ANTHRO 180European Society4
ANTHRO 181Themes in the Anthropology of the Middle East and Islam4
ANTHRO 183Topics in the Anthropological Study of Africa4
ANTHRO 184South Asia4
ARABIC 20AIntermediate Arabic5
ARABIC 20BIntermediate Arabic5
ARABIC 50Advanced Arabic10
ART 119Global Perspectives in Contemporary Art4
ASIANST 10Introduction to Asia4
ASIANST 150Special Topics4
CATALAN 101Catalan for Advanced Students4
CELTIC 85Intermediate Modern Irish4
CELTIC 86Intermediate Modern Welsh4
CELTIC 129Aspects of Modern Celtic Cultures and Folklore4
CHICANO 10Intensive Intermediate Spanish Language and Mexican Culture5
CHICANO 135CLatino Documentary Film4
CHICANO 161Central American Peoples and Cultures4
CHICANO 163Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the United States4
CHINESE 10Intensive Intermediate Chinese10
CHINESE 10AIntermediate Chinese5
CHINESE 10BIntermediate Chinese5
CHINESE 100AAdvanced Chinese5
CHINESE 100BAdvanced Chinese5
CHINESE 153Reading Taiwan4
CHINESE C184Sonic Culture in China4
CHINESE 188Popular Media in Modern China4
CLASSIC N172AArchaeological Field School in Nemea, Greece4
COM LIT 171Topics in Modern Greek Literature4
CY PLAN 111Introduction to Housing: An International Survey3
CY PLAN 115Urbanization in Developing Countries4
DEMOG C165Family and Household in Comparative Perspective3
DEMOG C175Economic Demography4
DEV STD C10Introduction to Development4
DEV STD C100History of Development and Underdevelopment4
DEV STD 150Advanced Studies in Development Studies4
DUTCH 110Advanced Dutch4
DUTCH 125Conversation and Composition4
DUTCH C170Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
DUTCH 174Brussels: A Global Study of a European Capital City4
EA LANG C128Buddhism in Contemporary Society4
ECON 115The World Economy in the Twentieth Century4
ECON 151Labor Economics4
ECON 161Economics of Transition: Eastern Europe4
ECON 162The Chinese Economy3
ECON 172Case Studies in Economic Development4
ECON C175Economic Demography4
ECON C181International Trade4
ECON 182International Monetary Economics4
ENV DES 100The City: Theories and Methods in Urban Studies4
ENVECON 152Advanced Topics in Development and International Trade3
ENVECON 153Population, Environment, and Development3
ENVECON C181International Trade4
ESPM C107Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands13
ESPM 155Course Not Available
ESPM 165International Rural Development Policy4
ESPM 166Natural Resource Policy and Indigenous Peoples4
ESPM 168Political Ecology4
ESPM 169International Environmental Politics4
ESPM 184Agroforestry Systems3
ESPM 185Applied Forest Ecology4
ETH STD N180Selected Topics in Comparative Ethnic Studies - Study Abroad6
ETH STD N190Advanced Seminar in Comparative Ethnic Studies6
FILIPN 100AIntermediate Filipino5
FILIPN 100BIntermediate Filipino5
FRENCH 3Intermediate French5
FRENCH 4Advanced Intermediate French5
GEOG 4World Peoples and Cultural Environments4
GEOG 10World Regions, Peoples, and States4
GEOG 20Globalization4
GEOG N20Globalization3
GEOG C32Introduction to Development4
GEOG 35Global Ecology and Development4
GEOG C55Introduction to Central Asia3
GEOG C112History of Development and Underdevelopment4
GEOG 130Food and the Environment4
GEOG C152Course Not Available4
GEOG 164The Geography of Economic Development in China4
GERMAN 3Intermediate German I5
GERMAN 4Intermediate German II5
GERMAN 100Introduction to Reading Culture3
GERMAN 101Advanced German: Conversation, Composition and Style3
GERMAN 102AAdvanced Language Practice: German Performance3
GERMAN 102BCourse Not Available3
GERMAN 102DAdvanced Language Practice: Popular Culture in Germany3
GERMAN 103Introduction to German Linguistics3
GERMAN 160DPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: Multicultural Germany4
GPP 105The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global Practice4
GPP 115Global Poverty: Challenges and Hopes in the New Millennium4
GWS 14Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Global Political Issues4
GWS 102Transnational Feminism4
GWS 141Interrogating Global Economic "Development"4
GWS 142Women in the Muslim and Arab Worlds4
GWS 144Alternate Sexualities in a Transnational World4
HEBREW 20AIntermediate Hebrew5
HEBREW 20BIntermediate Hebrew5
HEBREW 30Intermediate Hebrew10
HIN-URD 100AIntermediate Hindi4
HIN-URD 100BIntermediate Hindi4
HIN-URD 101AReadings in Modern Hindi3
HIN-URD 101BReadings in Modern Hindi3
HIN-URD 103AIntermediate Urdu4
HIN-URD 103BIntermediate Urdu4
HISTART 131CArt and Propaganda in Modern China4
HISTORY 160The International Economy of the 20th Century4
HISTORY 162BWar and Peace: International Relations since 19144
HISTORY C176Course Not Available4
HISTORY 186International and Global History since 19454
IAS 120Selected Topics - International and Area Studies3
IAS 150Advanced Studies in International and Area Studies4
IAS 160Berkeley Summer Institute for the Global Generation4
IAS C170Course Not Available
IAS 180Current Issues in International and Area Studies 12,3
ISF 100AIntroduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis4
ISF 100DIntroduction to Technology, Society, and Culture4
ISF 100EThe Globalization of Rights, Values, and Laws in the 21st Century4
ISF 100HIntroduction to Media and International Relations4
ISF C145Course Not Available4
ITALIAN 3Intermediate Italian5
ITALIAN 4Intermediate Italian5
JAPAN 10Intensive Intermediate Japanese10
JAPAN 10AIntermediate Japanese5
JAPAN 10BIntermediate Japanese5
JAPAN 100BAdvanced Japanese5
JAPAN 101Fourth-Year Readings: Social Sciences4
JAPAN 160Introduction to Japanese Linguistics: Grammar4
JAPAN 161Introduction to Japanese Linguistics: Usage4
KHMER 101AAdvanced Khmer3
KHMER 101BAdvanced Khmer3
KOREAN 10Intensive Intermediate Korean10
KOREAN 10AIntermediate Korean5
KOREAN 10BIntermediate Korean5
KOREAN 100AAdvanced Korean5
KOREAN 100BAdvanced Korean5
KOREAN 170Intercultural Encounters in Korean Literature4
KOREAN 188Cold War Culture in Korea: Literature and Film4
L & S 150AInternational Studies3,4
L & S 150CInternational Studies3,4
LATAMST 10Introduction to Latin American Studies4
LATAMST 150Advanced Studies in Latin American Studies4
LATAMST 160The Politics of Development in Chile6
LEGALST 161Law in Chinese Society4
LEGALST 179Comparative Constitutional Law4
LGBT C147BSexuality, Culture, and Colonialism4
M E STU 10Introduction to Middle Eastern Studies4
M E STU 150Advanced Study in the Middle East4
MALAY/I 100AIntermediate Indonesian5
MALAY/I 100BIntermediate Indonesian5
MEDIAST 160International Media4
MUSIC 74Course Not Available4
MUSIC 132Music of the Middle East4
MUSIC 133CMusic and Theater in Southeast Asia4
MUSIC 133DMusic of Central Java4
MUSIC 134AMusic of the East Asia Tradition4
MUSIC 134BMusic of Japan4
MUSIC C134CSonic Culture in China4
MUSIC 135AMusics of the Caribbean4
MUSIC 136World Music: Power, Aesthetics, and Connections4
MUSIC 139Topics in Musics of the World4
NE STUD 10Introduction to the Near East4
NE STUD C26Introduction to Central Asia3
NE STUD 127Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria4
NE STUD 154Narratives of Identity in Israeli and Palestinian Fiction4
NE STUD 165Film and Fiction of Iran4
NE STUD 175History and Culture of Afghanistan3
OPTOM 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PACS 126International Human Rights4
PACS 127Human Rights and Global Politics4
PACS 130Cross-Listed Topics 11-4
PACS 128ACHuman Rights and American Cultures4
PACS 135Special Topics in Regional Conflict3
PACS 149Global Change and World Order3
PACS 151International Conflict: Analysis and Resolution3
PACS 164AIntroduction to Nonviolence3
PACS 164BNonviolence Today3
PB HLTH 112Global Health: A Multidisciplinary Examination4
PERSIAN 20Intensive Intermediate Persian10
PERSIAN 100AAdvanced Persian3
PERSIAN 100BAdvanced Persian3
POL SCI 2Introduction to Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 5Introduction to International Relations4
POL SCI 122APolitics of European Integration4
POL SCI 124AWar!4
POL SCI 124CEthics and Justice in International Affairs4
POL SCI 126AInternational Political Economy4
POL SCI 128Chinese Foreign Policy4
POL SCI 129BCourse Not Available
POL SCI 137ARevolutionary Change4
POL SCI 138EThe Varieties of Capitalism: Political Economic Systems of the World4
POL SCI 138GNational Success and Failure in the Age of a Global Economy: from Pleats to Cleats4
POL SCI 139BDevelopment Politics4
POL SCI 140FSelected Topics in Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 141CPolitics and Government in Eastern Europe4
POL SCI 142AMiddle East Politics4
POL SCI 143BJapanese Politics4
POL SCI 143CChinese Politics4
POL SCI 144BPolitics of Divided Korea4
POL SCI 145ASouth Asian Politics4
POL SCI W145AUnderstanding Political Developments in India4
POL SCI 145BSouth Asian Politics4
POL SCI 146AAfrican Politics4
POL SCI N146CConflict and Change in Southern Africa4
POL SCI 147GThe Welfare State in Comparative Perspective4
POL SCI 148ALatin American Politics4
POL SCI 149BSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149CSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ESpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149FSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ISpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149JSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149PSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149WSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149YSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ZSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POLECON 101Contemporary Theories of Political Economy4
POLECON 150Advanced Study in Political Economy of Industrial Societies4
PORTUG N135Course Not Available6
PORTUG C170Course Not Available6
PUNJABI 100AIntermediate Punjabi5
PUNJABI 100BIntermediate Punjabi5
SCANDIN 100AIntermediate Scandinavian Languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish)4
SCANDIN 100BINTERMEDIATE SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES (DANISH, NORWEGIAN, SWEDISH)4
SCANDIN 170Arctic Folklore and Mythology in Nordic Lands4
SEASIAN 10AIntroduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia4
SEASIAN 10BIntroduction to the Civilization of Southeast Asia4
SLAVIC 39CFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 50Introduction to Russian/East European/Eurasian Cultures3
SOCIOL 127Development and Globalization4
SOCIOL 145LSocial Change in Latin America4
SOCIOL 146Contemporary Immigration in Global Perspective4
SOCIOL 146ACContemporary Immigration in Global Perspective4
SOCIOL 180CComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Culture4
SOCIOL 180EComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Education4
SOCIOL 180IComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Inequality4
SOCIOL 180PComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Political Economy4
SOCIOL 182Elementary Forms of Racial Domination: International Perspectives4
SOCIOL C184Family and Household in Comparative Perspective3
SOCIOL 189Selected Topics in Comparative Perspectives4
SOCIOL C189Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
S,SEASN 39CCourse Not Available 12-4
S,SEASN C145Buddhism in Contemporary Society4
SPANISH 3Intermediate Spanish5
SPANISH 4Intermediate Spanish5
SPANISH N12Course Not Available5
SPANISH 122Spanish Culture and Civilization3
TAMIL 101AReadings in Tamil4
TAMIL 101BReadings in Tamil4
THAI 100AIntermediate Thai5
THAI 100BIntermediate Thai5
THEATER 20ULondon: Theater Capital3
THEATER 113AInternational Performance and Literature: Irish Theater: Origins and the Contemporary Scene6
THEATER 122Course Not Available
TIBETAN 10AIntermediate Tibetan3
TIBETAN 10BIntermediate Tibetan3
TIBETAN 115Contemporary Tibet4
TURKISH 100AIntermediate Modern Turkish5
TURKISH 100BIntermediate Modern Turkish5
UGBA 118International Trade3
UGBA 178Introduction to International Business3
UGIS 162LMiddle East Politics and the Arab "Spring"4
VIETNMS 100AIntermediate Vietnamese5
VIETNMS 100BIntermediate Vietnamese5
VIETNMS 101BAdvanced Vietnamese3
YIDDISH 102Intermediate Yiddish5
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Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth. 

Philosophy and Values
This page was updated on Friday, August 28, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Philosophy and Values area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement. No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

AFRICAM 138Black Nationalism4
AFRICAM 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
AMERSTD C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
ANTHRO 150Utopia: Art and Power in Modern Times4
ANTHRO 156BCulture and Power4
ANTHRO 158Religion and Anthropology4
ARABIC 108Islamic Religious and Philosophical Texts in Arabic3
ARCH 180ACCourse Not Available
BIO ENG 100Ethics in Science and Engineering3
CELTIC C168Course Not Available
CELTIC 173Celtic Christianity4
CHICANO 110Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought4
CHINESE 130Topics in Daoism4
CHINESE 186Confucius and His Interpreters4
CLASSIC 10AIntroduction to Greek Civilization4
CLASSIC 10BIntroduction to Roman Civilization4
CLASSIC 28The Classic Myths4
CLASSIC 29Introduction to Greco-Roman Magic4
CLASSIC 34Epic Poetry: Homer and Vergil4
CLASSIC 36Greek Philosophy4
CLASSIC 121Ancient Religion4
CLASSIC 124Classical Poetics4
CLASSIC 130Topics in Ancient Greek and Roman Culture4
CLASSIC 161Gender, Sexuality, and Culture in the Ancient World4
CLASSIC 163Topics in Greek Philosophy4
COG SCI C101The Mind and Language4
COMPSCI 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
EA LANG C50Introduction to the Study of Buddhism4
EA LANG 105Dynamics of Romantic Core Values in East Asian Premodern Literature and Contemporary Film4
EA LANG C126Buddhism and the Environment4
EA LANG C128Buddhism in Contemporary Society4
EA LANG C130Zen Buddhism4
EA LANG C135Tantric Traditions of Asia4
EDUC 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar3
EDUC 180Logic of Inquiry3
EDUC 184Philosophical Foundations of Education3
EDUC 189Democracy and Education4
ENGIN 125Ethics, Engineering, and Society3
ENGLISH C77Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ENGLISH 177Literature and Philosophy4
ESPM C12Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ESPM 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11-3
ESPM 50ACIntroduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management4
ESPM 161Environmental Philosophy and Ethics4
ESPM 162Bioethics and Society4
ESPM 163ACEnvironmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the Environment4
ETH STD 181ACPrison4
GEOG 31Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity4
GEOG 37The Politics of Science and Technology4
GERMAN C25Revolutionary Thinking: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
GERMAN C75What is Beauty?4
GERMAN C76Course Not Available4
GERMAN C113Western Mysticism: Religion, Art, and Literature4
GERMAN 157AGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Luther, Kant, Hegel4
GERMAN 157BGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
GERMAN 157CGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Heidegger and Arendt4
GERMAN 157DGerman Intellectual History in a European Context: Historical Figures and Contemporary Reflections: Adorno, Benjamin, Habermas4
GPP 105The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global Practice4
GREEK 100Plato and Attic Prose4
GREEK 105The Greek New Testament4
GREEK 123Plato and Aristotle4
HMEDSCI C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
HISTORY 30Science and Society4
HISTORY C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
HISTORY C157The Renaissance and the Reformation4
HISTORY 164AThe Birth of Modern Thought: European Intellectual History, 1500-18004
HISTORY 164BModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History from Enlightenment to 18704
HISTORY 164CModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History 1870 to the Present4
HISTORY C175BJewish Civilization: Modern Period4
HISTORY C191Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
ISF 100AIntroduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis4
ISF 100BIntroduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis4
ISF 100EThe Globalization of Rights, Values, and Laws in the 21st Century4
ISF 100GIntroduction to Science, Society, and Ethics4
ITALIAN 30Dante (in English)3
ITALIAN 130ADante's Inferno (in English)4
ITALIAN 130BDante's Purgatorio and Paradiso (in English)4
JAPAN C115Japanese Buddhism4
JAPAN 181Reframing Disasters: Fukushima, Before and After4
LATIN 116Lucretius, Vergil's Georgics4
LEGALST 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
LEGALST 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
LEGALST 100Foundations of Legal Studies4
LEGALST 103Theories of Law and Society4
LEGALST 105Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Law3
LEGALST 107Theories of Justice4
LEGALST 109Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law4
LEGALST 119Philosophy and Law in Ancient Athens4
LEGALST 140Property and Liberty4
LEGALST 151Law, Self, and Society3
LEGALST 161Law in Chinese Society4
LEGALST 185ACPrison4
L & S C60TWhat is Beauty?4
L & S C60URevolutionary Thinking: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud4
L & S C76Course Not Available4
L & S 121Origins in Science and Religion4
L & S 122Time4
L & S 124Consciousness: Buddhist and Neuroscientific Perspectives3
L & S 160BEffective Personal Ethics for the Twenty-First Century3
L & S 160DPhilosophy and Values3,4
L & S 160EPhilosophy and Values3,4
L & S C160TPhilosophy of Mind4
L & S C160VHuman Happiness3
L & S C180UWealth and Poverty4
LINGUIS 106Metaphor4
LINGUIS C142Language and Thought3
MATH 125AMathematical Logic4
MATH 135Introduction to the Theory of Sets4
MEDIAST 104AFreedom of Speech and the Press3
MUSIC 137ACMusic of the Civil Rights Era4
NATAMST 150Native American Narratives4
NATAMST 151Native American Philosophy4
NAT RES 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
NAV SCI 3Leadership and Management I3
NE STUD 34Hebrew Bible in Translation3
NE STUD C92Imagining Arab Civilization4
NE STUD 102AArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 102BArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD C103Religion of Ancient Egypt3
NE STUD C104Babylonian Religion3
NE STUD 105AAncient Mesopotamian Documents and Literature3
NE STUD 131Aspects of Biblical Religion4
NE STUD C133Judaism in Late Antiquity4
NE STUD C135Course Not Available
NE STUD 137Modern and Contemporary Jewish Thought4
NE STUD 142Shi'ite Islam3
NE STUD 144Sufism: The Mysticism of Islam3
NE STUD 146AIslam3
NE STUD 146BIslam3
NE STUD 160Religions of Ancient Iran3
PACS 100Peace Theory: Approaches and Analyses3
PACS 126International Human Rights4
PACS 127Human Rights and Global Politics4
PACS 128ACHuman Rights and American Cultures4
PACS 151International Conflict: Analysis and Resolution3
PACS 164AIntroduction to Nonviolence3
PACS 164BNonviolence Today3
PACS 170Conflict Resolution, Social Change, and the Cultures of Peace4
PHILOS 2Individual Morality and Social Justice4
PHILOS 3The Nature of Mind4
PHILOS 4Knowledge and Its Limits4
PHILOS 5Science and Human Understanding4
PHILOS 6Man, God, and Society in Western Literature4
PHILOS 7Existentialism in Literature and Film4
PHILOS 10Comparative Ethics4
PHILOS 11Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion4
PHILOS 12AIntroduction to Logic4
PHILOS 13Business Ethics3
PHILOS 16Introduction to Metaphysics3
PHILOS 17Concepts of the Person in Novel, Drama, and Film3
PHILOS 18Confucius for Today4
PHILOS 21XCourse Not Available4
PHILOS 22XCourse Not Available4
PHILOS 23XCourse Not Available4
PHILOS 24XCourse Not Available4
PHILOS 25AAncient Philosophy4
PHILOS 25BModern Philosophy4
PHILOS 39Freshman Seminar 12-4
PHILOS 39MCourse Not Available3
PHILOS 100Philosophical Methods4
PHILOS 104Ethical Theories4
PHILOS 107Moral Psychology4
PHILOS 108Contemporary Ethical Issues4
PHILOS 109Freedom and Responsibility4
PHILOS 110Aesthetics4
PHILOS 112Special Topics in Aesthetics3
PHILOS C112Music and Meaning3
PHILOS 114History of Political Philosophy4
PHILOS 115Political Philosophy4
PHILOS 116Special Topics in Political Philosophy4
PHILOS 119Feminism and Philosophy4
PHILOS 122Theory of Knowledge4
PHILOS 125Metaphysics4
PHILOS 127Rationality and Irrationality in Science3
PHILOS 128Philosophy of Science4
PHILOS 132Philosophy of Mind4
PHILOS C132Philosophy of Mind4
PHILOS 133Philosophy of Language4
PHILOS 134Form and Meaning4
PHILOS 135Theory of Meaning4
PHILOS 136Philosophy of Perception4
PHILOS 138Philosophy of Society4
PHILOS 140AIntermediate Logic4
PHILOS 140BIntermediate Logic4
PHILOS 141Philosophy and Game Theory4
PHILOS 142Philosophical Logic4
PHILOS 143Modal Logic4
PHILOS 146Philosophy of Mathematics4
PHILOS 149Special Topics in Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics4
PHILOS 151Early Chinese Thought4
PHILOS 155Medieval Philosophy4
PHILOS 156AFoundations of Analytic Philosophy: Frege4
PHILOS 160Plato4
PHILOS 161Aristotle4
PHILOS 163Special Topics in Greek Philosophy4
PHILOS 170Descartes4
PHILOS 171Hobbes4
PHILOS 172Spinoza4
PHILOS 173Leibniz4
PHILOS 176Hume4
PHILOS 178Kant4
PHILOS 181Hegel4
PHILOS 183Schopenhauer and Nietzsche4
PHILOS 184Nietzsche4
PHILOS 185Heidegger4
PHILOS 186BLater Wittgenstein4
PHILOS 187Special Topics in the History of Philosophy4
PHILOS 188Phenomenology4
PHILOS N188Phenomenology4
PHILOS 189Special Topics in Recent European Philosophy4
POLECON 100Classical Theories of Political Economy4
POLECON 101Contemporary Theories of Political Economy4
POL SCI 4Introduction to Political Theory4
POL SCI 112AHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112BHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112CHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112DHistory of European Political Theory: The 20th Century4
POL SCI N113AAmerican Political Theory4
POL SCI 114ATheories of Governance: Late 20th Century4
POL SCI 116MSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 124CEthics and Justice in International Affairs4
PSYCH 107Buddhist Psychology3
PSYCH 162Human Happiness3
PSYCH C162Human Happiness3
PB HLTH 116Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine3
PUB POL C103Wealth and Poverty4
RELIGST 90AIntroductory Topics in Religious Studies4
RELIGST C90BIntroductory Topics in Religious Studies4
RELIGST C103Religion of Ancient Egypt3
RELIGST C104Babylonian Religion3
RELIGST C108Scandinavian Myth and Religion4
RELIGST C109Course Not Available
RELIGST C118Western Mysticism: Religion, Art, and Literature4
RELIGST C124The Renaissance and the Reformation4
RELIGST C132Course Not Available4
RELIGST C133Judaism in Late Antiquity4
RELIGST C135Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
RELIGST C162Course Not Available
RELIGST C165Course Not Available
RELIGST C166Course Not Available
RELIGST 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
RELIGST 190Topics in the Study of Religion4
RHETOR 103AApproaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory4
RHETOR 103BApproaches and Paradigms in the History of Rhetorical Theory II4
RHETOR 105TRhetoric of Religious Discourse4
RHETOR 107Rhetoric of Scientific Discourse4
RHETOR 108Rhetoric of Philosophical Discourse4
RHETOR 117Language, Truth and Dialogue4
RHETOR 157ARhetoric of Modern Political Theory4
RHETOR 157BRhetoric of Contemporary Political Theory4
RHETOR 159AGreat Theorists in the Rhetoric of Political and Legal Theory4
RHETOR 159BGreat Themes in the Rhetoric of Contemporary Political and Legal Theory4
RHETOR 165Rhetoric of Legal Philosophy4
SCANDIN C160Scandinavian Myth and Religion4
SLAVIC 134CDostoevsky4
SLAVIC 134DTolstoy4
SLAVIC 134GTolstoy and Dostoevsky4
SOCIOL 101Sociological Theory I5
SOCIOL 102Sociological Theory II5
SOCIOL 137ACEnvironmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the Environment4
SOCIOL 151Personality and Social Structure4
SOCIOL 163Popular Culture3
S ASIAN 127Religion in Early India4
S ASIAN C114Tibetan Buddhism4
S ASIAN C140Course Not Available
S ASIAN C141Course Not Available
S ASIAN C142Course Not Available
S ASIAN 151Course Not Available4
S ASIAN C154Death, Dreams, and Visions in Tibetan Buddhism4
S ASIAN 160Course Not Available4
TIBETAN C114Tibetan Buddhism4
TIBETAN C154Death, Dreams, and Visions in Tibetan Buddhism4
UGBA 107The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of Business3
UGIS C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
UGIS C153Judaism in Late Antiquity4
UGIS C155Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
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 Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth.

Physical Science
This page was updated on Monday, August 31, 2015.

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Physical Science area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement. No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

ANTHRO 134Analysis of the Archaeological Record4
ANTHRO 134AField Course in Archaeological Methods6
ARCH 39AFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
ARCH 140Energy and Environment4
ARCH 149Special Topics in Energy and Environment 11-4
ARCH 150Introduction to Structures4
ASTRON 7AIntroduction to Astrophysics4
ASTRON 7BIntroduction to Astrophysics4
ASTRON 9Selected Topics in Astronomy3
ASTRON 10Introduction to General Astronomy4
ASTRON C10Introduction to General Astronomy4
ASTRON N10Introduction to General Astronomy3
ASTRON C12The Planets3
ASTRON W12The Planets3
ASTRON C13Origins: from the Big Bang to the Emergence of Humans4
ASTRON 120Optical and Infrared Astronomy Laboratory4
ASTRON 121Radio Astronomy Laboratory4
ASTRON 160Stellar Physics4
ASTRON C161Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology4
ASTRON C162Planetary Astrophysics4
BIO ENG C125Introduction to Robotics4
CHEM 1AGeneral Chemistry3
CHEM 1ADGeneral Chemistry (Digital)3
CHEM 1BGeneral Chemistry4
CHEM W1AGeneral Chemistry3
CHEM 3AChemical Structure and Reactivity3
CHEM 3BChemical Structure and Reactivity3
CHEM 4AGeneral Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 4BGeneral Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 15Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry3
CHEM 103Inorganic Chemistry in Living Systems3
CHEM 104AAdvanced Inorganic Chemistry3
CHEM 104BAdvanced Inorganic Chemistry3
CHEM 105Instrumental Methods in Analytical Chemistry4
CHEM 108Inorganic Synthesis and Reactions4
CHEM C110LGeneral Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laboratory4
CHEM 112ACourse Not Available5
CHEM 112BCourse Not Available5
CHEM 113Advanced Mechanistic Organic Chemistry3
CHEM 114Advanced Synthetic Organic Chemistry3
CHEM 115Organic Chemistry--Advanced Laboratory Methods4
CHEM 120APhysical Chemistry3
CHEM 120BPhysical Chemistry3
CHEM 122Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy3
CHEM 125Physical Chemistry Laboratory3
CHEM C130Biophysical Chemistry: Physical Principles and the Molecules of Life4
CHEM C138The Berkeley Lectures on Energy: Energy from Biomass3
CHEM 146Radiochemical Methods in Nuclear Technology and Forensics3
CHEM 149Supplementary Work in Upper Division Chemistry 11-4
CHEM C150Introduction to Materials Chemistry3
CHEM C170LBiochemical Engineering Laboratory3
CHEM C178Polymer Science and Technology3
CHEM C182Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Laboratory3
CHM ENG 140Introduction to Chemical Process Analysis4
CHM ENG 141Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics4
CHM ENG 142Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Engineering4
CHM ENG 150ATransport Processes4
CHM ENG 150BTransport and Separation Processes4
CHM ENG 154Chemical Engineering Laboratory4
CHM ENG 160Chemical Process Design4
CHM ENG 162Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes4
CHM ENG 170ABiochemical Engineering3
CHM ENG 171Transport Phenomena3
CHM ENG 176Principles of Electrochemical Processes3
CHM ENG 179Process Technology of Solid-State Materials Devices3
CIV ENG 70Engineering Geology3
CIV ENG 100Elementary Fluid Mechanics4
CIV ENG 101Fluid Mechanics of Rivers, Streams, and Wetlands3
CIV ENG 103Introduction to Hydrology3
CIV ENG 105Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology3
CIV ENG C106Air Pollution3
CIV ENG 111Environmental Engineering3
CIV ENG 112Environmental Engineering Design3
CIV ENG 115Water Chemistry3
CIV ENG C116Chemistry of Soils3
CIV ENG 120Structural Engineering3
CIV ENG 121Structural Analysis3
CIV ENG 122NDesign of Steel Structures3
CIV ENG 123NDesign of Reinforced Concrete Structures3
CIV ENG 124Structural Design in Timber3
CIV ENG 140Failure Mechanisms in Civil Engineering Materials3
CIV ENG 153Transportation Facility Design3
CIV ENG 166Construction Engineering3
CIV ENG 171Rock Mechanics3
CIV ENG 173Groundwater and Seepage3
CIV ENG 175Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering3
CIV ENG 176Environmental Geotechnics3
CIV ENG 177Foundation Engineering Design3
CIV ENG 186Design of Cyber-Physical Systems3
COMPSCI 61CGreat Ideas of Computer Architecture (Machine Structures)4
COMPSCI 61CLMachine Structures (Lab-Centric)4
COMPSCI 188Introduction to Artificial Intelligence4
EL ENG 20Course Not Available4
EL ENG 40Course Not Available4
EL ENG 42Introduction to Digital Electronics3
EL ENG 100Course Not Available
EL ENG 117Electromagnetic Fields and Waves4
EL ENG 118Introduction to Optical Engineering3
EL ENG 121Introduction to Digital Communication Systems4
EL ENG 122Introduction to Communication Networks4
EL ENG 123Digital Signal Processing4
EL ENG 129Neural and Nonlinear Information Processing3
EL ENG 130Integrated-Circuit Devices4
EL ENG 134Fundamentals of Photovoltaic Devices4
EL ENG 140Linear Integrated Circuits4
EL ENG 141Course Not Available
EL ENG 142Integrated Circuits for Communications4
EL ENG 143Microfabrication Technology4
ENGIN 45Properties of Materials3
ENGIN 117Methods of Engineering Analysis3
ENV SCI 10Introduction to Environmental Sciences3
ENV SCI 125Environments of the San Francisco Bay Area3
EPS C12The Planets3
EPS W12The Planets3
EPS 20Earthquakes in Your Backyard3
EPS C20Earthquakes in Your Backyard3
EPS 50The Planet Earth4
EPS 80Environmental Earth Sciences3
EPS C82Oceans3
EPS 100AMinerals: Their Constitution and Origin4
EPS 100BGenesis and Interpretation of Rocks4
EPS 101Field Geology and Digital Mapping4
EPS 102History and Evolution of Planet Earth4
EPS 103Introduction to Aquatic and Marine Geochemistry4
EPS 108Geodynamics4
EPS 109Computer Simulations in Earth and Planetary Sciences4
EPS 111Petroleum Geology3
EPS 115Stratigraphy and Earth History4
EPS 116Structural Geology and Tectonics3
EPS 117Geomorphology4
EPS 118Advanced Field Course4
EPS 122Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors3
EPS 124Isotopic Geochemistry4
EPS C129Biometeorology3
EPS 130Strong Motion Seismology3
EPS 131Geochemistry4
EPS C146Geological Oceanography4
EPS C162Planetary Astrophysics4
EPS C178Applied Geophysics3
EPS C180Air Pollution3
EPS C181Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics3
EPS C182Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Laboratory3
EPS C183Carbon Cycle Dynamics3
ESPM 2The Biosphere3
ESPM 15Introduction to Environmental Sciences3
ESPM C107Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands13
ESPM 120Soil Characteristics3
ESPM 121Development and Classification of Soils3
ESPM C128Chemistry of Soils3
ESPM C129Biometeorology3
ESPM C130Terrestrial Hydrology4
ESPM 172Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing3
ESPM C180Air Pollution3
GEOG 1Global Environmental Change4
GEOG 40Introduction to Earth System Science4
GEOG C82Oceans3
GEOG C136Terrestrial Hydrology4
GEOG C139Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics3
GEOG 140APhysical Landscapes: Process and Form4
GEOG 142Climate Dynamics4
GEOG 143Global Change Biogeochemistry3
GEOG 144Principles of Meteorology3
GEOG 147Communicating Climate Science3
GEOG 171Special Topics in Physical Geography3
GEOG 185Earth System Remote Sensing3
HISTORY 181BTopics in the History of the Physical Sciences: Modern Physics: From the Atom to Big Science4
IND ENG 130Methods of Manufacturing Improvement3
IND ENG 131Discrete Event Simulation3
IND ENG 150Production Systems Analysis3
IND ENG 161Course Not Available
IND ENG 162Linear Programming and Network Flows3
IND ENG 165Engineering Statistics, Quality Control, and Forcasting3
IND ENG 180Senior Project4
INTEGBI C82Oceans3
L & S 70APhysics and Music 12-4
L & S 70BPhysical Science 12-4
L & S C70TThe Planets3
L & S C70UIntroduction to General Astronomy4
L & S C70VDescriptive Introduction to Physics3
L & S C70WPhysics and Music3
L & S C70YEarthquakes in Your Backyard3
L & S 122Time4
MAT SCI 102Bonding, Crystallography, and Crystal Defects3
MAT SCI 103Phase Transformations and Kinetics3
MAT SCI 104Materials Characterization4
MAT SCI 111Properties of Electronic Materials4
MAT SCI 112Corrosion (Chemical Properties)3
MAT SCI 113Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials3
MAT SCI 117Properties of Dielectric and Magnetic Materials3
MAT SCI 120Materials Production3
MAT SCI 121Metals Processing3
MAT SCI 122Ceramic Processing3
MAT SCI 123ELECTRONIC MATERIALS PROCESSING4
MAT SCI 125Thin-Film Materials Science3
MAT SCI 130Experimental Materials Science and Design3
MEC ENG 101Introduction to Lean Manufacturing Systems3
MEC ENG 102AIntroduction to Mechanical Systems for Mechatronics4
MEC ENG 104Engineering Mechanics II3
MEC ENG 106Fluid Mechanics3
MEC ENG 109Heat Transfer3
MEC ENG 110Introduction to Product Development3
MEC ENG 122Processing of Materials in Manufacturing3
MEC ENG 130Design of Planar Machinery3
MEC ENG 132Dynamic Systems and Feedback3
MEC ENG 133Mechanical Vibrations3
MEC ENG 135Design of Microprocessor-Based Mechanical Systems4
MEC ENG 140Combustion Processes3
MEC ENG 151Advanced Heat Transfer3
MEC ENG 163Engineering Aerodynamics3
MEC ENG 170Engineering Mechanics III3
MEC ENG 173Fundamentals of Acoustics3
MEC ENG 175Intermediate Dynamics3
MEC ENG 185Introduction to Continuum Mechanics3
NUC ENG 107Introduction to Imaging3
NUC ENG 124Radioactive Waste Management3
NUC ENG 150Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Theory4
NUC ENG 161Nuclear Power Engineering4
NUC ENG 162Radiation Biophysics and Dosimetry3
NUC ENG 180Introduction to Controlled Fusion3
PHYSICS 7APhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS 7BPhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS 7CPhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS H7APhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS H7BPhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS H7CPhysics for Scientists and Engineers4
PHYSICS 8AIntroductory Physics4
PHYSICS 8BIntroductory Physics4
PHYSICS C10Descriptive Introduction to Physics3
PHYSICS 21Physics of Music3
PHYSICS C21Physics and Music3
PHYSICS 49Supplementary Work in Lower Division Physics 11-3
PHYSICS 89Introduction to Mathematical Physics4
PHYSICS 105Analytic Mechanics4
PHYSICS 110AElectromagnetism and Optics4
PHYSICS 110BElectromagnetism and Optics4
PHYSICS 111AInstrumentation Laboratory3
PHYSICS 111BAdvanced Experimentation Laboratory 11-3
PHYSICS 112Introduction to Statistical and Thermal Physics4
PHYSICS 129Particle Physics4
PHYSICS 130Quantum and Nonlinear Optics3
PHYSICS 137AQuantum Mechanics4
PHYSICS 137BQuantum Mechanics4
PHYSICS 138Modern Atomic Physics3
PHYSICS 139Special Relativity and General Relativity3
PHYSICS 141ASolid State Physics4
PHYSICS 141BSolid State Physics3
PHYSICS 142Introduction to Plasma Physics4
PHYSICS 151Elective Physics: Special Topics3
PHYSICS C161Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology4
PHYSICS 177Principles of Molecular Biophysics3
PUB POL C184Energy and Society4
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 Starting fall 2015, only courses offered for 3 or more units will count for breadth.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
This page was updated on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Beginning fall 2015, breadth courses must be at least three units in value.

The following courses satisfy the Social and Behavioral Sciences area of the Seven Course Breadth requirement.  No more than two courses from any one department may be used to satisfy the Seven Course Breadth requirement (L&S Discovery courses are exempt). Courses numbered 84, 97, 98, 99, and 190 and above do not receive breadth credit. In cases where any of the courses listed below are offered online (indicated by a "W" prefix), that course will be treated in the same way as its regular semester counterpart and will satisfy this breadth area.

Students who have successfully completed  2 unit breadth prior to fall 2015 will be accepted for graduation requirements.

AFRICAM 4AAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 4BAfrica: History and Culture4
AFRICAM 5AAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 5BAfrican American Life and Culture in the United States4
AFRICAM 27ACLives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture3
AFRICAM 28ACGlobalization and Minority American Communities3
AFRICAM 39DFreshman/Sophmore Seminar 12-4
AFRICAM 39EFreshman/Sophmore Seminar 12-4
AFRICAM 39GFreshman/Sophmore Seminar 12-4
AFRICAM 100Black Intellectual Thought4
AFRICAM 101Research Methods for African American Studies4
AFRICAM 109Black and Male in American Life3
AFRICAM 111Race, Class, and Gender in the United States3
AFRICAM 112APolitical and Economic Development in the Third World4
AFRICAM 112BPolitical and Economic Development in the Third World4
AFRICAM 114Introduction to African Linguistics3
AFRICAM 116Slavery and African American Life Before 18654
AFRICAM 117African Americans in the Industrial Age, 1865-19704
AFRICAM 121Black Political Life in the United States4
AFRICAM 122African American Families in American Society3
AFRICAM 131Caribbean Societies and Cultures3
AFRICAM N131Caribbean Societies and Cultures3
AFRICAM C133ARace, Identity, and Culture in Urban Schools3
AFRICAM C134Information Technology and Society4
AFRICAM 137Multicultural Communities3
AFRICAM 138Black Nationalism4
AFRICAM 144Introduction to Cultural Studies: Black Visual Culture4
AFRICAM 152FNeo-Slave Narratives3
AFRICAM 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
AFRICAM C178Cultural Studies4
AMERSTD 10Introduction to American Studies4
AMERSTD 10ACIntroduction to American Studies4
AMERSTD 101Examining U.S. Cultures in Time4
AMERSTD 101ACExamining U.S. Cultures in Time4
AMERSTD 102Examining U.S. Cultures in Place4
AMERSTD C111AArchitecture in Depression and War4
AMERSTD C112AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
AMERSTD C112BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
AMERSTD C112FThe American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
AMERSTD C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
AMERSTD C134Information Technology and Society4
AMERSTD C171The American Designed Landscape Since 18503
AMERSTD C172History of American Business3
AMERSTD 179ACRepresenting Race and Ethnicity in American Culture3
ANTHRO 1Introduction to Biological Anthropology4
ANTHRO 2Introduction to Archaeology4
ANTHRO 2ACIntroduction to Archaeology4
ANTHRO 3Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology4
ANTHRO 3ACIntroduction to Social/Cultural Anthropology (American Cultures)4
ANTHRO 10ACThe California Frontier4
ANTHRO 15Seminar in Physical Anthropology3
ANTHRO 106Primate Behavior4
ANTHRO 111Evolution of Human Behavior4
ANTHRO 114History of Anthropological Thought4
ANTHRO 115Introduction to Medical Anthropology4
ANTHRO 116Environmental Effects on Human Health and Disease4
ANTHRO 117The Anthropology of Aging and the Life Course4
ANTHRO 119Special Topics in Medical Anthropology4
ANTHRO 121AHistorical Archaeology: American Material Culture4
ANTHRO 121ACAmerican Material Culture4
ANTHRO 121BHistorical Archaeology: Theoretical Approaches in American Historical Archaeology4
ANTHRO 122AArchaeology of the Americas: Archaeology of North America4
ANTHRO 122BCulture Contact in North America4
ANTHRO 122CArchaeology of the Americas: Archaeology of Central America4
ANTHRO 122DArchaeology of the Americas: World of Ancient Maya4
ANTHRO 122EArchaeology of the Americas: Andean Archaeology: People of the Andes4
ANTHRO 122FArchaeology of the Americas: California Archaeology4
ANTHRO 123AOld World Prehistory4
ANTHRO 123BOld World Cultures: Archaeology of Africa4
ANTHRO 123COld World Cultures: Archaeology of Europe4
ANTHRO 123EOld World Cultures: Mediterranean Archaeology4
ANTHRO 124APacific Cultures: Archaeology of the South Pacific4
ANTHRO 124ACHawaiian Ethnohistory4
ANTHRO C125AArchaeology of East Asia4
ANTHRO C125BArchaeology and Japanese Identities4
ANTHRO 128Special Topics in Archaeology4
ANTHRO 129ATopical Areas in Archaeology: Prehistoric Art4
ANTHRO 129CTopical Areas in Archaeology: Archaeology of Hunter-Gatherers4
ANTHRO 129ETopical Areas in Archaeology: Household Archeology4
ANTHRO C129FThe Archaeology of Health and Disease4
ANTHRO 130History and Theory of Archaeology4
ANTHRO 134Analysis of the Archaeological Record4
ANTHRO 134AField Course in Archaeological Methods6
ANTHRO C136KWho Owns the Past? Cultural Heritage in a Digital Age4
ANTHRO 137Energy, Culture and Social Organization4
ANTHRO 138AHistory and Theory of Ethnographic Film4
ANTHRO 138BField Production of Ethnographic Film5
ANTHRO 139Controlling Processes4
ANTHRO 140The Anthropology of Food4
ANTHRO 141Comparative Society4
ANTHRO 142Kinship and Family4
ANTHRO 145Urban Anthropology4
ANTHRO C146Course Not Available
ANTHRO 147AAnthropology of Gender4
ANTHRO C147BSexuality, Culture, and Colonialism4
ANTHRO 148Anthropology of the Environment4
ANTHRO 149Psychological Anthropology4
ANTHRO 150Utopia: Art and Power in Modern Times4
ANTHRO 152Art and Culture4
ANTHRO 156APolitics and Anthropology4
ANTHRO 156BCulture and Power4
ANTHRO 157Anthropology of Law4
ANTHRO 158Religion and Anthropology4
ANTHRO 160ACForms of Folklore4
ANTHRO 161Narrative Folklore4
ANTHRO 162Topics in Folklore4
ANTHRO 166Language, Culture, and Society4
ANTHRO 169BResearch Theory and Methods in Socio-Cultural Anthropology5
ANTHRO 170China4
ANTHRO 171Japan4
ANTHRO 172ACSpecial Topics in American Cultures4
ANTHRO 174ACCalifornia Historical Anthropology4
ANTHRO 178Oceania4
ANTHRO 179Ethnography of the Maya4
ANTHRO 180European Society4
ANTHRO 181Themes in the Anthropology of the Middle East and Islam4
ANTHRO 183Topics in the Anthropological Study of Africa4
ANTHRO 184South Asia4
ANTHRO 189Special Topics in Social/Cultural Anthropology4
ARCH 39BCourse Not Available 12-4
ARCH 39DCourse Not Available 12-4
ARCH 100AFundamentals of Architectural Design6
ARCH 100BFundamentals of Architectural Design6
ARCH 101Course Not Available
ARCH 105Deep Green Design4
ARCH 110ACThe Social and Cultural Processes in Architecture & Urban Design4
ARCH 122Principles of Computer Aided Architectural Design4
ARCH 130Introduction to Architectural Design Theory and Criticism4
ARCH 136The Literature of Space3
ARCH 175Introduction to Architectural Theory 1945-Present3
ARCH 176American Architecture3
ARCH 180ACCourse Not Available
ART C178Course Not Available4
ART C179Course Not Available
ASAMST 20AIntroduction to the History of Asians in the United States4
ASAMST 20CCultural Politics and Practices in Asian American Communities4
ASAMST 121Chinese American History4
ASAMST 122Japanese American History4
ASAMST 123Korean American History4
ASAMST 124Filipino American History4
ASAMST 125Contemporary Issues of Southeast Asian Refugees in the U.S4
ASAMST 126Southeast Asian Migration and Community Formation4
ASAMST 127South Asian American Historical and Contemporary Issues4
ASAMST 128ACMuslims in America4
ASAMST 131Asian Diaspora(s) from an Asian American Perspective4
ASAMST 132Islamaphobia and Constructing Otherness4
ASAMST 141Law in the Asian American Community4
ASAMST 143Course Not Available3
ASAMST 144Religions of Asian America4
ASAMST 146Asian Americans and Education4
ASAMST 150Gender and Generation in Asian American Families4
ASAMST 151Asian American Women: Theory and Experience4
ASAMST 165Research Methodologies in Asian American Communities4
ASAMST 171Asian Americans in Film and Video4
ASAMST 175Contemporary Narratives on the Philippines and the United States3
ASAMST 190Seminar on Advanced Topics in Asian American Studies4
ASIANST 10Introduction to Asia4
ASIANST 150Special Topics4
BUDDSTD C126Buddhism and the Environment4
BUDDSTD 128/EA LANG C128Buddhism in Contemporary Society4
CELTIC 70The World of the Celts4
CELTIC 128Medieval Celtic Culture4
CELTIC 161Celtic Linguistics4
CHICANO 20Introduction to Chicano Culture4
CHICANO 50Introduction to Chicano History4
CHICANO 70Latino Politics4
CHICANO 110Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought4
CHICANO 133Chicano Music4
CHICANO 135ALatino Narrative Film: to the 1980s4
CHICANO 135BLatino Narrative Film Since 19904
CHICANO 135CLatino Documentary Film4
CHICANO 150BHistory of the Southwest: Mexican-United States War to Present4
CHICANO 159Mexican Immigration4
CHICANO 161Central American Peoples and Cultures4
CHICANO C161Central American Peoples and Cultures4
CHICANO 163Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the United States4
CHICANO 172Chicanos and the Educational System4
CHICANO 174Chicanos, Law, and Criminal Justice4
CHICANO 176Chicanos and Health Care3
CHICANO 180Topics in Chicano Studies 11-4
CHINESE 102Fourth-Year Chinese Readings: Social Sciences and History4
CHINESE 159Cities and the Country4
CHINESE 161Structure of the Chinese Language4
CHINESE 165History of the Chinese Language4
CIV ENG 167Engineering Project Management3
CLASSIC R44Roots of Western Civilization5
CLASSIC 121Ancient Religion4
COG SCI C101The Mind and Language4
COG SCI C102Scientific Approaches to Consciousness3
COG SCI C103Course Not Available3
COG SCI C104The Mind, Language, and Politics4
COG SCI C142Language and Thought3
COG SCI C147Language Disorders3
COLWRIT 25ACReading in and about U.S. Education Institutions3
COLWRIT 50ACResearching Water in the West: Its Presence, Its Absence, and Its Consequences for the Peoples of California3
COLWRIT 150ACResearching Water in the West: Its Presence, Its Absence, and Its Consequences for the Peoples of California3
COM LIT 20Episodes in Literary Cultures4
COM LIT N40Women and Literature3
COMPSCI 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
CY PLAN 110Introduction to City Planning4
CY PLAN 111Introduction to Housing: An International Survey3
CY PLAN 113AEconomic Analysis for Planning3
CY PLAN 113BCommunity and Economic Development3
CY PLAN 114Introduction to Urban and Regional Transportation3
CY PLAN 115Urbanization in Developing Countries4
CY PLAN 116Urban Planning Process--The Undergraduate Planning Studio4
CY PLAN 118ACThe Urban Community4
CY PLAN 119Planning for Sustainability3
DEMOG 110Introduction to Population Analysis3
DEMOG C126Sex, Death, and Data4
DEMOG 145ACThe American Immigrant Experience4
DEMOG C165Family and Household in Comparative Perspective3
DEMOG C175Economic Demography4
DEV STD C10Introduction to Development4
DEV STD C100History of Development and Underdevelopment4
DEV STD 150Advanced Studies in Development Studies4
DUTCH 39ACultural History of the Low Countries (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg)3
DUTCH C170Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
DUTCH 173Dutch Post-Colonial Studies4
DUTCH 174Brussels: A Global Study of a European Capital City4
DUTCH C178Cultural Studies4
DUTCH 179Cultural Studies3,4
EA LANG 103Course Not Available4
EA LANG 109History of the Culture of Tea in China and Japan4
EA LANG C126Buddhism and the Environment4
ECON 1Introduction to Economics4
ECON 2Introduction to Economics--Lecture Format4
ECON C3Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy4
ECON 100AEconomic Analysis--Micro4
ECON 100BEconomic Analysis--Macro4
ECON 101AEconomic Theory--Micro4
ECON 101BEconomic Theory--Macro4
ECON C102Natural Resource Economics4
ECON C103Introduction to Mathematical Economics4
ECON 104Advanced Microeconomic Theory4
ECON 105History of Economic Thought4
ECON C110Game Theory in the Social Sciences4
ECON N110Game Theory in the Social Sciences4
ECON 113American Economic History4
ECON N113American Economic History4
ECON 115The World Economy in the Twentieth Century4
ECON 119Psychology and Economics4
ECON 121Industrial Organization and Public Policy4
ECON 122Industrial Organization Seminar4
ECON 123Government Regulation of Industry3
ECON 124Special Topics in Industrial Organization4
ECON C125Environmental Economics4
ECON 131Public Economics4
ECON 132Seminar in Public Sector Economics4
ECON 134Macroeconomic Policy from the Great Depression to Today4
ECON 136Financial Economics4
ECON N136Financial Economics4
ECON 138Financial and Behavioral Economics4
ECON 140Economic Statistics and Econometrics4
ECON 141Econometric Analysis4
ECON C142Applied Econometrics and Public Policy4
ECON 151Labor Economics4
ECON 152Wage Theory and Policy4
ECON N152Wage Theory and Policy4
ECON 153Labor Economics Seminar4
ECON 154Economics of Discrimination4
ECON 155Urban Economics3
ECON 157Health Economics4
ECON 161Economics of Transition: Eastern Europe4
ECON 162The Chinese Economy3
ECON C171Economic Development4
ECON N171Economic Development4
ECON 172Case Studies in Economic Development4
ECON 173Economic Development Seminar4
ECON 174Global Poverty and Impact Evaluation4
ECON C175Economic Demography4
ECON N175Economic Demography3
ECON C181International Trade4
ECON N181International Trade4
ECON 182International Monetary Economics4
EDUC 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar3
EDUC 40ACExperiencing Education: Diversity and (In)Equality in and Beyond Schools5
EDUC 75ACAmerican Sports, Culture, and Education3
EDUC 112Reforms in Elementary Education: Psychological and Sociocultural Foundations3
EDUC 114AEarly Development and Education4
EDUC 130Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science3
EDUC 140ACThe Art of Making Meaning: Educational Perspectives on Literacy and Learning in a Global World3
EDUC N140Literacy: Individual and Societal Development4
EDUC 142Education in a Global World3
EDUC 180Logic of Inquiry3
EDUC 182ACThe Politics of Educational Inequality4
EDUC 183High School, The Movie3
EDUC 184Philosophical Foundations of Education3
EDUC 185Gender and Education: International Perspectives3
EDUC 186ACThe Southern Border4
EDUC 188Latinas/os and Education: Critical Issues and Perspectives3
EDUC 189Democracy and Education4
EDUC 190Critical Studies in Education4
ENE,RES C100Energy and Society4
ENE,RES 102Quantitative Aspects of Global Environmental Problems4
ENE,RES 190Seminar in Energy and Resources Issues3
ENGIN 120Principles of Engineering Economics3
ENGIN 125Ethics, Engineering, and Society3
ENGLISH 25English as a Language4
ENGLISH C77Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ENGLISH 101The History of the English Language4
ENGLISH 102Topics in the English Language4
ENGLISH 175Literature and Disability4
ENV DES 1Introduction to Environmental Design3
ENV DES 4ADesign and Activism3
ENV DES 4BGlobal Cities3
ENV DES 10The History of Thought in Environmental Design3
ENV DES 100The City: Theories and Methods in Urban Studies4
ENV DES 102Critical Debates in Sustainable Urbanism3
ENV DES 106Sustainable Environmental Design Workshop5
ENV DES C169AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
ENV DES C169BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
ENV SCI 10Introduction to Environmental Sciences3
ENVECON C1Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy4
ENVECON 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
ENVECON 100Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Resources4
ENVECON C101Environmental Economics4
ENVECON C102Natural Resource Economics4
ENVECON C115Modeling and Management of Biological Resources4
ENVECON C118Introductory Applied Econometrics4
ENVECON 131Globalization and the Natural Environment3
ENVECON 140ACEconomics of Race, Agriculture, and the Environment3
ENVECON 142Industrial Organization with Applications to Agriculture and Natural Resources4
ENVECON 143Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property3
ENVECON 145Health and Environmental Economic Policy4
ENVECON 147Regulation of Energy and the Environment4
ENVECON C151Economic Development4
ENVECON 152Advanced Topics in Development and International Trade3
ENVECON 153Population, Environment, and Development3
ENVECON 154Economics of Poverty and Technology3
ENVECON 161Advanced Topics in Environmental and Resource Economics4
ENVECON 162Economics of Water Resources3
ENVECON C175The Economics of Climate Change4
ENVECON C180Course Not Available3
ENVECON C181International Trade4
ENVECON C183Forest Ecosystem Management4
ESPM C10Environmental Issues4
ESPM C11Americans and the Global Forest4
ESPM C12Introduction to Environmental Studies4
ESPM 50ACIntroduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management4
ESPM 60Environmental Policy, Administration, and Law4
ESPM 100Environmental Problem Solving4
ESPM 102ATerrestrial Resource Ecology4
ESPM 102CResource Management4
ESPM 102DClimate and Energy Policy4
ESPM C103Principles of Conservation Biology4
ESPM 117Urban Garden Ecosystems4
ESPM 151Society, Environment, and Culture4
ESPM 155Course Not Available
ESPM 156Course Not Available3
ESPM C159Human Diet4
ESPM 160ACAmerican Environmental and Cultural History4
ESPM 161Environmental Philosophy and Ethics4
ESPM 162Bioethics and Society4
ESPM 163ACEnvironmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the Environment4
ESPM 164GIS and Environmental Science3
ESPM 165International Rural Development Policy4
ESPM 166Natural Resource Policy and Indigenous Peoples4
ESPM 168Political Ecology4
ESPM 169International Environmental Politics4
ESPM 182Forest Operations Management3
ESPM 183Forest Ecosystem Management and Planning4
ESPM C183Forest Ecosystem Management4
ESPM 185Applied Forest Ecology4
ESPM C191The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
ETH STD 10ACA History of Race and Ethnicity in Western North America, 1598-Present4
ETH STD 11ACTheories and Concepts in Comparative Ethnic Studies An Introduction4
ETH STD 20ACIntroduction to Ethnic Studies4
ETH STD 21ACA Comparative Survey of Racial and Ethnic Groups in the U.S4
ETH STD 41ACA Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Since the 60's4
ETH STD C73ACIndigenous Peoples in Global Inequality4
ETH STD 100Comparative Ethnic Literature in America4
ETH STD 101ASocial Science Methods in Ethnic Studies4
ETH STD 101BHumanities Methods in Ethnic Studies4
ETH STD 103AProseminar: Issues in the Fields of Ethnic Studies: Racialization and Empire4
ETH STD 103CProseminar: Issues in the Fields of Ethnic Studies: Racialization and Contemporary Communities4
ETH STD 103EProseminar: Issues in the Fields of Ethnic Studies: Racialization, Gender, and Popular Culture4
ETH STD 122ACEthnicity and Race in Contemporary American Films4
ETH STD C126Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality4
ETH STD 135Contemporary U.S. Immigration4
ETH STD 136Immigrant Women4
ETH STD 141Racial Politics in America4
ETH STD 144ACRacism and the U.S. Law: Historical Treatment of Peoples of Color4
ETH STD 147Women of Color in the United States4
ETH STD 150People of Mixed Racial Descent4
ETH STD 159ACThe Southern Border4
ETH STD 181ACPrison4
FILM C181Course Not Available4
FRENCH 35Practical Phonetics and Listening Comprehension3
FRENCH 43AAspects of French Culture3
FRENCH 43BAspects of French Culture3
FRENCH 138French for Future Teachers of the Language4
FRENCH 145History of the French Language4
FRENCH 146AIntroduction to French Linguistics4
FRENCH 147Special Topics in French Linguistics4
FRENCH 148Translation Methodology and Practice4
FRENCH 161AA Year in French History4
FRENCH 161BA Year in French History4
FRENCH 162APerspectives on History4
FRENCH 162BPerspectives on History4
FRENCH 171AA Concept in French Cultural History4
FRENCH 171BA Concept in French Cultural History4
FRENCH 172APsychoanalytic Theory and Literature4
FRENCH 180AFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180BFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180CFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 180DFrench Civilization4
FRENCH 183AConfigurations of Crisis4
FRENCH 183BConfigurations of Crisis4
GEOG 4World Peoples and Cultural Environments4
GEOG N4World Peoples and Cultural Environments3
GEOG 10World Regions, Peoples, and States4
GEOG 20Globalization4
GEOG N20Globalization3
GEOG 31Justice, Nature, and the Geographies of Identity4
GEOG C32Introduction to Development4
GEOG 35Global Ecology and Development4
GEOG 50ACCalifornia4
GEOG N50ACCalifornia3
GEOG C55Introduction to Central Asia3
GEOG 70ACThe Urban Experience3
GEOG 109Prehistoric Agriculture4
GEOG 130Food and the Environment4
GEOG N130Food and the Environment3
GEOG 137Top Ten Global Environmental Problems4
GEOG 138Global Environmental Politics4
GEOG C152Course Not Available4
GEOG C157Central American Peoples and Cultures4
GEOG 159ACThe Southern Border4
GEOG C160AAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1600 to 19004
GEOG C160BAmerican Cultural Landscapes, 1900 to Present4
GEOG 164The Geography of Economic Development in China4
GEOG 180Field Methods for Physical Geography5
GEOG 181Urban Field Study4
GEOG C188Geographic Information Systems4
GERMAN 102DAdvanced Language Practice: Popular Culture in Germany3
GERMAN 103Introduction to German Linguistics3
GERMAN C109Course Not Available
GERMAN 160APolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: A Century of Extremes4
GERMAN 160BPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: Fascism and Propaganda4
GERMAN 160CPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: A Divided Nation. Politics and Culture in Germany 1945-19904
GERMAN 160DPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: Multicultural Germany4
GERMAN 160KPolitics and Culture in 20th-Century Germany: The Weimar Republic: Politics and Culture in Germany 1918-19334
GERMAN 172German Dialects3
GERMAN 173The Phonetics and Phonology of Modern German3
GERMAN 174The Morphology and Syntax of Modern German3
GERMAN 177The Cultural History of Switzerland in Literature and Film4
GERMAN 178Semiotics3
GPP 105The Ethics, Methods, and Pragmatics of Global Practice4
GPP 115Global Poverty: Challenges and Hopes in the New Millennium4
GWS 10Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies4
GWS 14Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Global Political Issues4
GWS 20Introduction to Feminist Theory4
GWS 40Special Topics3
GWS 50ACGender in American Culture3
GWS 100ACWomen in American Culture3
GWS 101Doing Feminist Research4
GWS 102Transnational Feminism4
GWS 103Identities Across Difference4
GWS 104Feminist Theory4
GWS 111Special Topics 11-4
GWS 116ACQueer Theories: Activist Practices4
GWS 120The History of American Women4
GWS 125Women and Film4
GWS 129Bodies and Boundaries4
GWS 131Gender and Science4
GWS 133ACWomen, Men, and Other Animals: Human Animality in American Cultures4
GWS 134Gender and the Politics of Childhood4
GWS 139Women, Gender, and Work4
GWS 140Feminist Cultural Studies4
GWS 141Interrogating Global Economic "Development"4
GWS 142Women in the Muslim and Arab Worlds4
GWS 143Women, Proverty, and Globalization4
GWS 144Alternate Sexualities in a Transnational World4
GWS C146ACultural Representations of Sexualities: Queer Literary Culture4
GWS 155Gender and Transnational Migration4
HEBREW 105AThe Structure of Modern Hebrew3
HEBREW 105BThe Structure of Modern Hebrew3
HISTART 108Cities and the Arts4
HISTART C189The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
HISTORY 2Comparative World History4
HISTORY 3After the Roman Empire: the East4
HISTORY 4AOrigins of Western Civilization: The Ancient Mediterranean World4
HISTORY 4BOrigins of Western Civilization: Medieval Europe4
HISTORY 5European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present4
HISTORY W5European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present4
HISTORY 6Chinese Civilization4
HISTORY 6AHistory of China: Origins to the Mongol Conquest4
HISTORY 6BIntroduction to Chinese History from the Mongols to Mao4
HISTORY 7AIntroduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Settlement to Civil War4
HISTORY 7BIntroduction to the History of the United States: The United States from Civil War to Present4
HISTORY 8ALatin American History: Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 18244
HISTORY 8BLatin American History: Modern Latin America4
HISTORY 10African History4
HISTORY 11India4
HISTORY 12The Middle East4
HISTORY 14Introduction to the History of Japan4
HISTORY 30Science and Society4
HISTORY 39CFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39DFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39EFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39FFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39GFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39HFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39IFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39JFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39KFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39LFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 39MFreshman Sophomore Seminar4
HISTORY 100Special Topics4
HISTORY 100ACSpecial Topics in the History of the United States4
HISTORY 100APSpecial Topics in Ancient History4
HISTORY 100BSpecial Topics in European History4
HISTORY 100BPSpecial Topics in Medieval History4
HISTORY 100DSpecial Topics in the History of the United States4
HISTORY 100ESpecial Topics in Latin American History4
HISTORY 100FSpecial Topics in Asian History4
HISTORY 100HSpecial Topics in African History4
HISTORY 100LSpecial Topics in Legal History4
HISTORY 100MSpecial Topics in the History of the Middle East4
HISTORY 100SSpecial Topics in the History of Science4
HISTORY 100USpecial Topics in Comparative History4
HISTORY 100UPSpecial Topics in Comparative History4
HISTORY 101Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History Majors5
HISTORY 103AProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Ancient4
HISTORY 103BProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Europe4
HISTORY 103CProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: England4
HISTORY 103DProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: United States4
HISTORY 103EProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Latin America4
HISTORY 103FProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Asia4
HISTORY 103HProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Africa4
HISTORY 103SProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: History of Science4
HISTORY 103UProseminar: Problems in Interpretation in the Several Fields of History: Studies in Comparative History4
HISTORY 104The Craft of History4
HISTORY 105AAncient Greece: Archaic and Classical Greek History4
HISTORY 105BAncient Greece: The Greek World: 403-31 BCE4
HISTORY 106AAncient Rome: The Roman Republic4
HISTORY 106BAncient Rome: The Roman Empire4
HISTORY N106AThe Roman Republic4
HISTORY N106BThe Roman Empire4
HISTORY 108Byzantium4
HISTORY 109AThe Rise of Islamic Civilization, 600-12004
HISTORY 109BThe Middle East, 1000-17504
HISTORY 109CThe Middle East From the 18th Century to the Present4
HISTORY N109CThe Middle East From the 18th Century to the Present4
HISTORY 111ATopics in the History of Southest Asia: Southeast Asia to the 18th Century4
HISTORY 111BTopics in the History of Southest Asia: Modern Southeast Asia4
HISTORY 111CTopics in the History of Southest Asia: Political and Cultural History of Vietnam4
HISTORY 111DVietnam at War4
HISTORY C111BCourse Not Available4
HISTORY 112BAfrica: Modern South Africa, 1652-Present4
HISTORY 112CColonialism and Nationalism in Africa4
HISTORY N112BModern South Africa, 1652-Present4
HISTORY 113ATraditional Korean History4
HISTORY 113BModern Korean History4
HISTORY 114AIndia: Medieval and Early Modern India to the Coming of the British4
HISTORY 114BIndia: Modern South Asia4
HISTORY 116AChina: Early China4
HISTORY 116BChina: Two Golden Ages: China During the Tang and Song Dynasties4
HISTORY 116CChina: Modern China4
HISTORY 116DChina: Twentieth-Century China4
HISTORY 116GImperial China and the World4
HISTORY 117ATopics in Chinese History: Chinese Popular Culture4
HISTORY 117DTopics in Chinese History: The Chinese Body: Gender and Sex, Health, and Medicine4
HISTORY 118AJapan: Japan, Archaeological Period to 18004
HISTORY 118BJapan: Japan 1800-19004
HISTORY 118CJapan: Empire and Alienation: The 20th Century in Japan4
HISTORY 119ATopics in Japanese History: Postwar Japan4
HISTORY N119APostwar Japan4
HISTORY 120ACAmerican Environmental and Cultural History4
HISTORY 121BThe Colonial Period and American Revolution: The American Revolution4
HISTORY 122ACAntebellum America: The Advent of Mass Society4
HISTORY 123Civil War and Reconstruction4
HISTORY 124AThe Recent United States: The United States from the Late 19th Century to the Eve of World War II4
HISTORY 124BThe Recent United States: The United States from World War II4
HISTORY N124AThe United States from the Late 19th Century to the Eve of the World War II4
HISTORY N124BThe United States from World War II to the Vietnam Era4
HISTORY 125AHistory of African-Americans and Race Relations in the United States: The History of Black People and Race Relations, 1550-18614
HISTORY 125BHistory of African-Americans and Race Relations in the United States: Soul Power: African American History 1861-19804
HISTORY N125BSoul Power: African American History 1861-20084
HISTORY 126AThe American West since 18504
HISTORY 126BThe American West since 18504
HISTORY 127ACCalifornia4
HISTORY 130American Foreign Policy4
HISTORY 130BCourse Not Available4
HISTORY 131BSocial History of the United States: Creating Modern American Society: From the End of the Civil War to the Global Age4
HISTORY N131BSocial History of the United States: 1914-Present4
HISTORY C132BIntellectual History of the United States since 18654
HISTORY 134AThe Age of the City: The Age of the City, 1825-19334
HISTORY 135American Indian History: Precontact to the Present4
HISTORY 136Gender Matters in 20th Century America4
HISTORY 136ACGender Matters in 20th Century America4
HISTORY 137ACThe Repeopling of America4
HISTORY 138History of Science in the U.S.4
HISTORY 138THistory of Science in the US CalTeach4
HISTORY C139BThe American Immigrant Experience4
HISTORY C139CCivil Rights and Social Movements in U.S. History4
HISTORY 140BMexico: Modern Mexico4
HISTORY 141BSocial History of Latin America: Social History of Modern Latin America4
HISTORY 143Brazil4
HISTORY N143Brazil4
HISTORY 146Latin American Women4
HISTORY 149BMedieval Italy: Italy in the Age of Dante (1000-1350)4
HISTORY 150BMedieval England: From the Conquest to 12904
HISTORY 151ABritain 1485-Present: Tudor Stuart Britain, 1485-16604
HISTORY 151BBritain 1485-Present: Britain, 1660-18514
HISTORY 151CBritain 1485-Present: The Peculiar Modernity of Britain, 1848-20004
HISTORY N151CThe Peculiar Modernity of Britain, 1848-20004
HISTORY 152ATopics in the History of the British Isles: Ireland Since the Union4
HISTORY 154Canada4
HISTORY 155AMedieval Europe: From the Late Empire to the Investiture Conflict4
HISTORY 155BMedieval Europe: From the Investiture Conflict to the Fifteenth Century4
HISTORY C157The Renaissance and the Reformation4
HISTORY 158AModern Europe: Old Regime and Revolutionary Europe, 1715-18154
HISTORY 158BModern Europe: Europe in the 19th Century4
HISTORY 158CModern Europe: Old and New Europe, 1914-Present4
HISTORY N158COld and New Europe, 1914-Present4
HISTORY 159AEuropean Economic History4
HISTORY 159BEuropean Economic History4
HISTORY 160The International Economy of the 20th Century4
HISTORY N160The International Economy of the 20th Century4
HISTORY 162AEurope and the World: Wars, Empires, Nations 1648-19144
HISTORY 162BWar and Peace: International Relations since 19144
HISTORY N162AEurope and the World: Wars, Empires, Nations 1648-19144
HISTORY 163AModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History from the Enlightenment to 18704
HISTORY 163BModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History, 1870 to the Present4
HISTORY 164AThe Birth of Modern Thought: European Intellectual History, 1500-18004
HISTORY 164BModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History from Enlightenment to 18704
HISTORY 164CModern European Intellectual History: European Intellectual History 1870 to the Present4
HISTORY S164BSocial History of Western Europe4
HISTORY 165ATopics in Modern European History: The Reformations of Christendom4
HISTORY 165BTopics in Modern European History: The World, the Picture, and the Page: The Revolution in European Culture since the late 18th Century4
HISTORY 165DThe Social and Cultural History of Early Modern Europe4
HISTORY 166AModern France: Early Modern France to 17154
HISTORY 166BModern France: Old Regime and Revolutionary France4
HISTORY 166CModern France4
HISTORY 167AModern Germany: Early Modern Germany4
HISTORY 167BModern Germany: The Rise and Fall of the Second Reich: Germany 1770-19184
HISTORY 167CModern Germany: Germany 1914 to the Present4
HISTORY 168ASpain and Portugal: The Spanish and Portuguese Empires in the Golden Age: 1450-17004
HISTORY 169AModern Italy: Renaissance and Baroque Italy 1350-18004
HISTORY 170The Netherlands4
HISTORY 171ARussia: Russia to 17004
HISTORY 171BRussia: Imperial Russia: From Peter the Great to the Russian Revolution4
HISTORY 171CRussia: The Soviet Union, 1917 to the Present4
HISTORY 172Russian Intellectual History4
HISTORY 173BHistory of Eastern Europe: The Habsburg Empire, 1740-19184
HISTORY 173CHistory of Eastern Europe: History of Eastern Europe: From 1900 to the Present4
HISTORY 174ATopics in the History of Eastern Europe: A History of Poland-Lithuania4
HISTORY 174BTopics in the History of Eastern Europe: Poles and Others: the Making of Modern Poland4
HISTORY C175BJewish Civilization: Modern Period4
HISTORY C176Course Not Available4
HISTORY 177AArmenia: Armenia from Ethnogenesis to the Dark Ages4
HISTORY 177BArmenia: From Pre-modern Empires to the Present4
HISTORY 178History of the Holocaust4
HISTORY 180The Life Sciences since 17504
HISTORY 180THistory of the Life Sciences Since 1750 (Cal Teach)4
HISTORY 182AScience, Technology, and Society4
HISTORY 182ATScience, Technology, and Society (Cal Teach)4
HISTORY C182CIntroduction to Science, Technology, and Society4
HISTORY 183Topics in the History of Medicine4
HISTORY 183AHealth and Disease4
HISTORY 185AHistory of Christianity: History of Christianity to 12504
HISTORY 185BHistory of Christianity: History of Christianity from 12504
HISTORY 186International and Global History since 19454
HISTORY C187The History and Practice of Human Rights4
HISTORY C188AArt and Science4
HISTORY C188BArt and Science4
HISTORY C188CMagic, Religion, and Science: The Ancient and Medieval Worlds4
HMEDSCI C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
IND ENG 166Decision Analytics3
IND ENG 170Industrial Design and Human Factors3
IND ENG 171Technology Firm Leadership3
IND ENG 172Probability and Risk Analysis for Engineers3
IAS 45Survey of World History4
IAS 102Scope and Methods of Research in International and Area Studies4
IAS 106Intermediate Microeconomic Theory4
IAS 107Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory4
IAS 150Advanced Studies in International and Area Studies4
IAS 160Berkeley Summer Institute for the Global Generation4
IAS 180Current Issues in International and Area Studies 12,3
INFO W10Course Not Available3
INFO C103Course Not Available
INFO 146Course Not Available3
INTEGBI 35ACHuman Biological Variation4
INTEGBI C156Principles of Conservation Biology4
ISF 100AIntroduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis4
ISF 100BIntroduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis4
ISF 100DIntroduction to Technology, Society, and Culture4
ISF 100EThe Globalization of Rights, Values, and Laws in the 21st Century4
ISF 100FTheorizing Modern Capitalism: Controversies and Interpretations4
ISF 100HIntroduction to Media and International Relations4
ISF C100GIntroduction to Science, Technology, and Society4
ISF C145Course Not Available4
ITALIAN 39FFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 11.5-4
ITALIAN 40Italian Culture (in English)4
ITALIAN 103History of Italian Culture4
ITALIAN 160Studies in the History, Society, and Politics of the Italian Peninsula (in Italian)4
JAPAN 102Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese Culture4
JAPAN 104Fourth-Year Readings: Japanese History4
JAPAN 160Introduction to Japanese Linguistics: Grammar4
JAPAN 161Introduction to Japanese Linguistics: Usage4
JEWISH 101Course Not Available3
JOURN 102ACThe Wire: When Journalism Meets Drama3
JOURN C141Understanding Journalism4
KOREAN 102Fourth-Year Readings: Korean Social Sciences and History4
L & S 20CArts and Literature3,4
L & S 23The Humanities4
L & S C30UAmericans and the Global Forest4
L & S C30VEnvironmental Issues4
L & S C30YBiology for Voters3
L & S 70BPhysical Science 12-4
L & S 120CThe Bible in Western Culture4
L & S 122Time4
L & S 140DHistorical Studies3,4
L & S C140UThe Archaeology of Health and Disease4
L & S C140VThe History and Practice of Human Rights4
L & S 150AInternational Studies3,4
L & S C160VHuman Happiness3
L & S 180ASocial and Behavioral Sciences3,4
L & S 180ACArchaeology of Sex and Gender4
L & S C180TCourse Not Available
L & S C180UWealth and Poverty4
L & S C180WWho Owns the Past? Cultural Heritage in a Digital Age4
L & S C180XArts and Cultural Policy4
LATAMST 10Introduction to Latin American Studies4
LATAMST 150Advanced Studies in Latin American Studies4
LD ARCH 12Environmental Science for Sustainable Development4
LD ARCH 110Ecological Analysis3
LD ARCH 130Sustainable Landscapes and Cities4
LD ARCH 138ACCourse Not Available3
LD ARCH 170History and Literature of Landscape Architecture3
LD ARCH C171The American Designed Landscape Since 18503
LD ARCH C188Geographic Information Systems4
LEGALST 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
LEGALST 39DFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
LEGALST 39EFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
LEGALST 100Foundations of Legal Studies4
LEGALST 102Policing and Society4
LEGALST 103Theories of Law and Society4
LEGALST 104ACYouth Justice and Culture4
LEGALST 105Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Law3
LEGALST 107Theories of Justice4
LEGALST 109Aims and Limits of the Criminal Law4
LEGALST 116Legal Discourse 1500-17004
LEGALST 119Philosophy and Law in Ancient Athens4
LEGALST 132ACImmigration and Citizenship4
LEGALST 138The Supreme Court and Public Policy4
LEGALST 139Comparative Perspectives on Norms and Legal Traditions4
LEGALST 140Property and Liberty4
LEGALST 145Law and Economics I4
LEGALST 146The Law and Economics of Innovation4
LEGALST 147Law and Economics II4
LEGALST 151Law, Self, and Society3
LEGALST 153Law and Society in Asia4
LEGALST 154Human Rights, Research & Practice4
LEGALST 155Government and the Family4
LEGALST 156Bioethics and the Law4
LEGALST 158Law and Development4
LEGALST 160Punishment, Culture, and Society4
LEGALST 161Law in Chinese Society4
LEGALST 162ACRestorative Justice4
LEGALST 163Adolescence, Crime and Juvenile Justice4
LEGALST 168Sex, Reproduction and the Law4
LEGALST 170Crime and Criminal Justice4
LEGALST 171European Legal History4
LEGALST 174Comparative Constitutional Law: The Case of Israel4
LEGALST 176Twentieth-Century American Legal and Constitutional History4
LEGALST 177Survey of American Legal and Constitutional History4
LEGALST 178Seminar on American Legal and Constitutional History3
LEGALST 179Comparative Constitutional Law4
LEGALST 180Implicit Bias4
LEGALST 181Psychology and the Law4
LEGALST 182Law, Politics and Society4
LEGALST 183Psychology of Diversity and Discrimination in American Law4
LEGALST 184Sociology of Law4
LEGALST 185ACPrison4
LEGALST 189Feminist Jurisprudence4
LGBT 20ACAlternative Sexual Identities and Communities in Contemporary American Society4
LGBT 145Interpreting the Queer Past: Methods and Problems in the History of Sexuality4
LGBT C147BSexuality, Culture, and Colonialism4
LINGUIS 1AAmerican Sign Language I5
LINGUIS 1BAmerican Sign Language II5
LINGUIS 3Linguistic Diversity3
LINGUIS 5Language and Linguistics4
LINGUIS 11Writing Systems3
LINGUIS 16The English Vocabulary3
LINGUIS S16The English Vocabulary3
LINGUIS 22Introduction to the History of the English Language3
LINGUIS 23Language and Sex3
LINGUIS 40Language of Advertising3
LINGUIS 51The Brain's Politics: How the Framing of Issues Works3
LINGUIS S55The American Languages3
LINGUIS S55XThe American Languages3
LINGUIS 65Music and Language3
LINGUIS 100Introduction to Linguistic Science4
LINGUIS C104The Mind, Language, and Politics4
LINGUIS C105The Mind and Language4
LINGUIS 106Metaphor4
LINGUIS 110Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology4
LINGUIS 113Experimental Phonetics3
LINGUIS 115Phonology and Morphology4
LINGUIS 120Introduction to Syntax and Semantics4
LINGUIS 121Logical Semantics4
LINGUIS 122Language Typology and Linguistic Universals3
LINGUIS 123Pragmatics3
LINGUIS 124Discourse3
LINGUIS 125Gesture, Cognition, and Culture3
LINGUIS 127Cross-Cultural Verbal Art3
LINGUIS 128Linguistic Analysis of Literature3
LINGUIS 130Comparative and Historical Linguistics4
LINGUIS 131Indo-European Comparative Linguistics3
LINGUIS C137Introduction to Slavic Linguistics4
LINGUIS C139Language Spread3
LINGUIS 140Introduction to Field Methods3
LINGUIS 141Empiricism and Linguistics3
LINGUIS C142Language and Thought3
LINGUIS 146Language Acquisition3
LINGUIS C146Language Acquisition3
LINGUIS C147Language Disorders3
LINGUIS 150Sociolinguistics3
LINGUIS 151Language and Gender3
LINGUIS 152Pidgin and Creole Languages3
LINGUIS 155ACLanguage in the United States: a Capsule History4
LINGUIS 158Computational Methods3
LINGUIS 159The Deaf Community and American Sign Language3
LINGUIS C160Quantitative Methods in Linguistics4
LINGUIS 165Topics in Music and Linguistics: Rhythm, Meter, and Text-setting3
LINGUIS 170History, Structure, and Sociolinguistics of a Particular Language3
LINGUIS 175American Indian Languages3
LINGUIS 181Lexical Semantics3
MED ST 150Studies in Medieval Culture 12-4
M E STU 20Perspectives on the Middle East2
M E STU 130Cross-Listed Topics 11-4
M E STU 150Advanced Study in the Middle East4
MCELLBI 41Genetics and Society3
MCELLBI C44Biology for Voters3
MCELLBI C61Brain, Mind, and Behavior3
MEDIAST 10Introduction to Media Studies4
MEDIAST N10Introduction to Media Studies4
MEDIAST 101Visual Communications4
MEDIAST 102Effects of Mass Media4
MEDIAST C103Understanding Journalism4
MEDIAST 104DPrivacy in the Digital Age4
MEDIAST 104AFreedom of Speech and the Press3
MEDIAST 104BThe History of Journalism3
MEDIAST C104CCourse Not Available3
MEDIAST 130Research Methods in Media Studies4
MEDIAST 140Media and Politics4
MEDIAST 150Topics in Film4
MEDIAST 160International Media4
MEDIAST 165Internet and Culture4
MEDIAST 170Cultural History of Advertising4
MEDIAST 180Television Studies4
MIL AFF 20Evolution of Warfare3
MIL AFF 145ANational Security Forces in Contemporary American Society3
MIL AFF 154Fundamentals of Maneuver Warfare3
MUSIC 26ACMusic in American Culture4
MUSIC 109MMusic Cognition: The Mind Behind the Musical Ear3
MUSIC 135AMusics of the Caribbean4
MUSIC 136World Music: Power, Aesthetics, and Connections4
NATAMST 20AIntroduction to Native American Studies4
NATAMST 71Native Americans in North America to 19004
NATAMST 72Native Americans in North America 1900-Present4
NATAMST C73ACIndigenous Peoples in Global Inequality4
NATAMST 90Freshman Seminar--Myth, Memory and History4
NATAMST 100Native American Law4
NATAMST 101Native American Tribal Governments4
NATAMST 102Critical Native American Legal and Policy Studies4
NATAMST 110Theories and Methods in Native American Studies4
NATAMST 120ACPhotography and the American Indian: Manifest Destiny, American Frontier, and Images of American Indians4
NATAMST 145Images of Native Americans in American History4
NATAMST 149Gender in Native American Society4
NATAMST 158Native Americans and the Cinema4
NATAMST 175History of Native Americans in California4
NATAMST 176History of Native Americans in the Southwest4
NATAMST 178Topics in Native American History4
NATAMST 178ACAfricans in Indian Country4
NATAMST 190Seminar on Advanced Topics in Native American Studies 11-4
NE STUD 10Introduction to the Near East4
NE STUD 15Introduction to Near Eastern Art and Archaeology4
NE STUD 18Introduction to Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD C26Introduction to Central Asia3
NE STUD C92Imagining Arab Civilization4
NE STUD 102AArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 102BArchaeology of Ancient Egypt4
NE STUD 122Iranian Archaeology4
NE STUD 123Mesopotamian Archaeology4
NE STUD 124Levantine Archaeology4
NE STUD 126Silk Road Art and Archaeology3
NE STUD 127Art and Archaeology of Ancient Syria4
NE STUD 128The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Turkey4
NE STUD 130AHistory of Ancient Israel3
NE STUD 130BHistory of Ancient Israel3
NE STUD 143AIslam in Iran3
NE STUD 143BIslam in Iran3
NE STUD 146AIslam3
NE STUD 146BIslam3
NE STUD 147The Rise of Islamic Civilization4
NE STUD 154Narratives of Identity in Israeli and Palestinian Fiction4
NE STUD 165Film and Fiction of Iran4
NE STUD 173ATopics in the History of Central Asia and the Turks3
NE STUD 173BTopics in the History of Central Asia and the Turks3
NE STUD 174Law and Society in the Early Modern Middle East3
NE STUD 175History and Culture of Afghanistan3
NUSCTX 135Food Systems Organization and Management4
NUSCTX C159Human Diet4
OPTOM 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PACS 10Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies4
PACS 100Peace Theory: Approaches and Analyses3
PACS 125ACWar, Culture, and Society4
PACS 126International Human Rights4
PACS 127Human Rights and Global Politics4
PACS 128ACHuman Rights and American Cultures4
PACS 149Global Change and World Order3
PACS 150Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice3
PACS 151International Conflict: Analysis and Resolution3
PACS 154Multicultural Conflict Resolution4
PACS 164AIntroduction to Nonviolence3
PACS 164BNonviolence Today3
PHILOS 2Individual Morality and Social Justice4
PHILOS 5Science and Human Understanding4
PHILOS 115Political Philosophy4
PHYS ED 60Cultural Sources of Dance, Rhythm, and Movement3
PB HLTH 14Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion4
PB HLTH 39CCourse Not Available 12-4
PB HLTH 39ECourse Not Available 12-4
PB HLTH 39GCourse Not Available 12-4
PB HLTH 39HCourse Not Available 12-4
PB HLTH 105Course Not Available3
PB HLTH 112Global Health: A Multidisciplinary Examination4
PB HLTH 116Seminar on Social, Political, and Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine3
PB HLTH 126Health Economics and Public Policy3
PB HLTH 150AIntroduction to Epidemiology and Human Disease4
PB HLTH 150BIntroduction to Environmental Health Sciences3
PB HLTH 150EIntroduction to Community Health and Human Development3
PB HLTH C160Environmental Health and Development4
PB HLTH 181Poverty and Population3
POL SCI 1Introduction to American Politics4
POL SCI 2Introduction to Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 3Introduction to Empirical Analysis and Quantitative Methods4
POL SCI 4Introduction to Political Theory4
POL SCI 5Introduction to International Relations4
POL SCI 18ACRace, Culture, and Politics in the Golden State4
POL SCI 39BFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
POL SCI 41Freshman Seminar4
POL SCI C79Societal Risks and the Law3
POL SCI 102The American Presidency4
POL SCI 103Congress4
POL SCI 103WThe Congress4
POL SCI 104Political Parties4
POL SCI 105The Politician4
POL SCI 106AAmerican Politics: Campaign Strategy - Media4
POL SCI 109ASpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109BSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109GSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109HSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109LSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109MSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109RSpecial Topics in American Politics4
POL SCI 109WSelected Topics in American Politics-UCDC4
POL SCI 111ACThe Politics of Displacement4
POL SCI 112AHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112BHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112CHistory of Political Theory4
POL SCI 112DHistory of European Political Theory: The 20th Century4
POL SCI N113AAmerican Political Theory4
POL SCI 114ATheories of Governance: Late 20th Century4
POL SCI 116ASpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116BSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116CSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116DSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116ESpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116FSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116GSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116HSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116ISpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116JSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116KSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116LSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116MSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116NSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116OSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116PSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116QSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116RSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116SSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116TSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116USpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116VSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116WSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116XSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116YSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 116ZSpecial Topics in Political Theory4
POL SCI 118ACThree American Cultures4
POL SCI 122APolitics of European Integration4
POL SCI 123ASpecial Topics in International Relations4
POL SCI 123GSpecial Topics in International Relations4
POL SCI 123HSpecial Topics in International Relations4
POL SCI 123MConflict Management4
POL SCI 123SSpecial Topics in International Relations4
POL SCI 124AWar!4
POL SCI 124CEthics and Justice in International Affairs4
POL SCI 124MThe Scientific Study of International Conflict4
POL SCI 126AInternational Political Economy4
POL SCI 128Chinese Foreign Policy4
POL SCI 128AChinese Foreign Policy4
POL SCI 129BCourse Not Available4
POL SCI C131AApplied Econometrics and Public Policy4
POL SCI C135Game Theory in the Social Sciences4
POL SCI W135Game Theory in the Social Sciences4
POL SCI 137ARevolutionary Change4
POL SCI 138EThe Varieties of Capitalism: Political Economic Systems of the World4
POL SCI 138GNational Success and Failure in the Age of a Global Economy: from Pleats to Cleats4
POL SCI 139BDevelopment Politics4
POL SCI 139DUrban and Sub-national Politics in Developing Countries4
POL SCI C139Urban and Sub-national Politics in Developing Countries4
POL SCI 140ESelected Topics in Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 140FSelected Topics in Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 140RSelected Topics in Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 140SSelected Topics in Comparative Politics4
POL SCI 141CPolitics and Government in Eastern Europe4
POL SCI 142AMiddle East Politics4
POL SCI 143ANortheast Asian Politics4
POL SCI 143BJapanese Politics4
POL SCI 143CChinese Politics4
POL SCI 143TChinese Politics and Society4
POL SCI 144American Foreign Policy Toward Asia4
POL SCI 144BPolitics of Divided Korea4
POL SCI 145ASouth Asian Politics4
POL SCI 145BSouth Asian Politics4
POL SCI W145AUnderstanding Political Developments in India4
POL SCI 146AAfrican Politics4
POL SCI 146DEnvironment, Culture, and Peacebuilding6
POL SCI N146CConflict and Change in Southern Africa4
POL SCI 147FContemporary French Politics: The Republican Model in Transition4
POL SCI 147GThe Welfare State in Comparative Perspective4
POL SCI 147TGerman History and Politics4
POL SCI 148ALatin American Politics4
POL SCI 149BSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149CSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ESpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149FSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ISpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149JSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149PSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149WSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149YSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 149ZSpecial Topics in Area Studies4
POL SCI 150The American Legal System4
POL SCI 157AConstitutional Law of the United States4
POL SCI 157BConstitutional Law of the United States4
POL SCI 161Public Opinion, Voting and Participation4
POL SCI 164APolitical Psychology and Involvement,Political Psychology and Public Policy4
POL SCI N164APsychology of Politics4
POL SCI 166Latinos and the U.S. Political System4
POL SCI 167ACRacial and Ethnic Politics in the New American Century4
POL SCI 169Selected Topics in Political Behavior4
POL SCI 171California Politics4
POL SCI 173SPolitical Economy of the California Crisis4
POL SCI 175AUrban and Metropolitan Government and Politics4
POL SCI 179Undergraduate Colloquium on Political Science1
POL SCI 181Public Organization and Administration4
POLECON 100Classical Theories of Political Economy4
POLECON 101Contemporary Theories of Political Economy4
POLECON 130Cross-Listed Topics 11-4
POLECON 133Junior Seminar in Political Economy3
POLECON 150Advanced Study in Political Economy of Industrial Societies4
POLECON 155Developments in Modern Political Economy4
POLECON 160Political Economy in Historical Context4
POLECON W160APolitical Economy in Historical Context: The Twentieth Century: Economies, Societies, Polities, Technologies4
PORTUG 112Course Not Available3
PORTUG 113Brazilian Civilization3
PSYCH 1General Psychology3
PSYCH W1General Psychology3
PSYCH 2Principles of Psychology3
PSYCH 14Psychology of Gender3
PSYCH 39JFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PSYCH 39KFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PSYCH 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
PSYCH 101Research and Data Analysis in Psychology4
PSYCH 106Psychology of Dreams3
PSYCH 107Buddhist Psychology3
PSYCH 109History of Psychology3
PSYCH 110Introduction to Biological Psychology3
PSYCH 125The Developing Brain3
PSYCH C129Scientific Approaches to Consciousness3
PSYCH 130Clinical Psychology3
PSYCH 131Developmental Psychopathology3
PSYCH 133Psychology of Sleep3
PSYCH 136Human Sexuality3
PSYCH 139Case Studies in Clinical Psychology3
PSYCH 140Developmental Psychology3
PSYCH 141Development During Infancy3
PSYCH C143Language Acquisition3
PSYCH 146Developmental and Biological Processes in Attachment3
PSYCH 148Topical Seminars in Developmental Psychology3
PSYCH 150Psychology of Personality3
PSYCH 160Social Psychology3
PSYCH 162Human Happiness3
PSYCH C162Human Happiness3
PSYCH 164Social Cognition3
PSYCH 165Psychology of Creativity3
PSYCH 167ACStigma and Prejudice3
PSYCH 168Topical Seminars in Social Psychology3
PSYCH 180Industrial-Organizational Psychology3
PUB POL 101Introduction to Public Policy Analysis4
PUB POL C103Wealth and Poverty4
PUB POL 117ACRace, Ethnicity, and Public Policy4
PUB POL 156Program and Policy Design4
PUB POL 157Arts and Cultural Policy4
PUB POL C157Arts and Cultural Policy4
PUB POL 179Public Budgeting4
PUB POL 182Environment and Technology from the Policy and Business Perspective4
PUB POL C184Energy and Society4
RELIGST C124The Renaissance and the Reformation4
RELIGST C135Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
RELIGST C162Course Not Available
RELIGST 173ACGandhi and the Civil Rights Movement in America3
RELIGST 190Topics in the Study of Religion4
RHETOR 109Aesthetics and Rhetoric4
RHETOR 116Rhetoric, Culture and Society4
RHETOR 123Rhetoric of Performance4
RHETOR 127Novel, Society, and Politics4
RHETOR 129ACAutobiography and American Individualism4
RHETOR 136Art and Authorship4
RHETOR 137Rhetoric of the Image4
RHETOR 151Rhetoric of Contact and Conquest4
RHETOR 152Rhetoric of Constitutional Discourse4
RHETOR 152ACRace and Order in the New Republic4
RHETOR 167Advanced Themes in Legal Theory, Philosophy, Argumentation4
RHETOR 168Advanced Topics in Contemporary Law and Legal Discourse4
RHETOR 170Rhetoric of Social Science4
RHETOR 171The Problem of Mass Culture and the Rhetoric of Social Theory4
RHETOR 172Rhetoric of Social Theory4
RHETOR 176Rhetoric of Material Culture4
RHETOR 182Rhetorics of Sexual Exchange and Sexual Difference4
S ASIAN C141Course Not Available
S ASIAN 144Islam in South Asia4
S ASIAN 146Mughal India through Memoirs, Chronicles and other Texts4
S ASIAN 148Religious Nationalism in South Asia4
S ASIAN 151Course Not Available4
S,SEASN 39CCourse Not Available 12-4
SCANDIN 75Literature and Culture of the Nordic World4
SCANDIN 132Introduction to Finnish Culture and History4
SCANDIN 165Scandinavian Folklore4
SCANDIN 170Arctic Folklore and Mythology in Nordic Lands4
SEASIAN 130Articulations of the Female in Indonesia4
SEASIAN 137Islam and Society in Southeast Asia4
SEASIAN 138Southeast Asian Cultures, Texts, and Politics4
SLAVIC 39MFreshman/Sophomore Seminar 12-4
SLAVIC 50Introduction to Russian/East European/Eurasian Cultures3
SLAVIC 100Seminar: Russian, East European, and Eurasian Cultures3
SLAVIC 137Course Not Available3
SLAVIC C137Introduction to Slavic Linguistics4
SLAVIC C139Language Spread3
SLAVIC 147AEast Slavic Folklore3
SLAVIC 147BBalkan Folklore3
SLAVIC 158Topics in East European/Eurasian Cultural History4
SLAVIC 190Russian Culture Taught in Russian: Country, Identity, and Language4
SOC WEL 107Foundations, Philanthropy, and the Social Services: Grant Writing for Program Development3
SOC WEL 110Social Work As a Profession3
SOC WEL 112Social Welfare Policy3
SOC WEL 114Practice in Social Work3
SOCIOL 1Introduction to Sociology4
SOCIOL 3ACPrinciples of Sociology: American Cultures4
SOCIOL 5Evaluation of Evidence4
SOCIOL 7The Power of Numbers: Quantitative Data in Social Sciences4
SOCIOL 101Sociological Theory I5
SOCIOL 102Sociological Theory II5
SOCIOL 103Advanced Study in Social Theory4
SOCIOL 108Advanced Methods: In-depth Interviewing4
SOCIOL 110Organizations and Social Institutions4
SOCIOL 111Sociology of the Family4
SOCIOL 111ACSociology of the Family4
SOCIOL 111CSociology of Childhood4
SOCIOL 111PFamilies, Inequality and Social Policy4
SOCIOL C112Course Not Available4
SOCIOL 113Sociology of Education4
SOCIOL 113ACSociology of Education4
SOCIOL 114Sociology of Law4
SOCIOL 115BBiology, Genetics and Society4
SOCIOL 115GGlobal Health and Social Justice4
SOCIOL C115Sociology of Health and Medicine4
SOCIOL 116Sociology of Work4
SOCIOL 117Sport As a Social Institution4
SOCIOL 119SOrganizational Strategy and Design: A Sociological Perspective4
SOCIOL 120Economy and Society4
SOCIOL 121Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context4
SOCIOL 124Sociology of Poverty4
SOCIOL C126Sex, Death, and Data4
SOCIOL 127Development and Globalization4
SOCIOL 130Social Inequalities4
SOCIOL 130ACSocial Inequalities: American Cultures4
SOCIOL 131Race and Ethnic Relations: The United States Experience4
SOCIOL 131ACRace and Ethnic Relations: U.S. American Cultures4
SOCIOL 131FFour Centuries of Racial Vision and Division in the U.S.4
SOCIOL 133Sociology of Gender4
SOCIOL 135Sexual Cultures4
SOCIOL 136Urban Sociology4
SOCIOL 137ACEnvironmental Justice: Race, Class, Equity, and the Environment4
SOCIOL 139Selected Topics in Social Inequality4
SOCIOL 140Politics and Social Change4
SOCIOL 142Sociology of War and Conflict4
SOCIOL 144Ethnic Politics4
SOCIOL 145Social Change4
SOCIOL 145ACSocial Change: American Cultures4
SOCIOL 145LSocial Change in Latin America4
SOCIOL 146Contemporary Immigration in Global Perspective4
SOCIOL 146ACContemporary Immigration in Global Perspective4
SOCIOL 148Social Policy4
SOCIOL 150Social Psychology4
SOCIOL 151Personality and Social Structure4
SOCIOL 152Deviance and Social Control4
SOCIOL 160Sociology of Culture4
SOCIOL 163Popular Culture3
SOCIOL 165Social Networks4
SOCIOL 166Society and Technology4
SOCIOL 167Virtual Communities/Social Media4
SOCIOL 169Selected Topics in Sociology of Culture4
SOCIOL 169FCultural Perspectives of Food3
SOCIOL 173Contemporary Chinese Society4
SOCIOL 179Selected Topics in Area Studies4
SOCIOL 180CComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Culture4
SOCIOL 180EComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Education4
SOCIOL 180IComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Inequality4
SOCIOL 180PComparative Perspectives on U.S. and European Societies: Political Economy4
SOCIOL 182Elementary Forms of Racial Domination: International Perspectives4
SOCIOL C184Family and Household in Comparative Perspective3
SOCIOL 185Global Sociology3
SOCIOL 186American Society4
SOCIOL 189Selected Topics in Comparative Perspectives4
SOCIOL 189GComparative Perspectives in Sociology: The Global Elite3
SOCIOL C189Dutch Culture and Society: Amsterdam and Berkeley in the Sixties4
SPANISH 100Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics3
SPANISH 113Course Not Available
SPANISH 161Spanish Phonetics and Phonology3
SPANISH 162Spanish Morphology and Syntax3
SPANISH 168Course Not Available3
SPANISH C178Cultural Studies4
SPANISH 179Advanced Course in Hispanic Linguistics3
UGBA 10Principles of Business3
UGBA 101AMicroeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions3
UGBA 101BMacroeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions3
UGBA 107The Social, Political, and Ethical Environment of Business3
UGBA 118International Trade3
UGBA 152Negotiation and Conflict Resolution3
UGBA 154Power and Politics in Organizations 12,3
UGBA 156ACDiversity in the Workplace3
UGBA 160Consumer Behavior3
UGBA C172History of American Business3
UGBA 178Introduction to International Business3
UGBA 184Urban and Real Estate Economics3
UGIS 110Introduction to Disability Studies3
UGIS 112Women and Disability3
UGIS 120Introduction to Applied Language Studies3
UGIS C133Death, Dying, and Modern Medicine: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives4
UGIS C136The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation4
UGIS C155Jewish Civilization: Modern Period4
UGIS 162APolitical Science: Behind the Bully Bulpit - The History of Presidental Speech4
UGIS 162BSports, Politics, and Society4
UGIS 162CRace and Politics in the American City4
UGIS 162EPolitical Science: Environmental Policymaking and the Politics of Climate Change4
UGIS 162IPolitical Science: Lobbying, Money, and Influence in Washington4
UGIS 162JPolitical Science: U.S. Supreme Court: Judicial Politics and Constitutional Interpretation4
UGIS 162KSpies! The Politics of Intelligence4
UGIS 162LMiddle East Politics and the Arab "Spring"4
UGIS 162MU.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East4
UGIS 162NAmerican Political Journalism4
UGIS 162OThe Science of Politics: Campaigns and Elections4
UGIS 162PBeyond Sovereignty4
UGIS 165A Window Into How Washington Works4
UGIS 173Museums and Society: The Power of Display in Washington DC3
UGIS 175Washington Ethics: Crisis, Reform, and Reaction4
UGIS 176ANegotiating with Terrorists4
UGIS 177The Politics of Education4
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