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L&S Majors

AFRICOLOGY AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
ANTHROPOLOGY COMMUNICATION
ECONOMICS ETHNIC STUDIES, COMPARATIVE
FIRST YEAR SEMINARS FOOD
GEOGRAPHY GLOBAL STUDIES
HISTORY HMONG
HONORS COLLEGE JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
LATINO STUDIES LINGUISTICS
PEACE STUDIES POLITICAL SCIENCE
PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY
URBAN STUDIES WOMEN'S STUDIES

Non-L&S Majors

BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND COMMUNITY STUDIES
EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
HEALTH SCIENCES KINESIOLOGY
NURSING OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
SOCIAL WORK THERAPEUTIC RECREATION
URBAN PLANNING


Special Notations and Restrictions



Humanities
AFRICOLOGY (Africol)
CC CD 125 Economics of the Black Community
CD 215 Introduction to Black Social and Cultural Traditions
CD 228 Introduction to Black Political Economy
CC 232 Survey of African Societies and Cultures
CC 250 Black Women and White Women in the Contemporary U.S.
CC CD 265 Psychological Effects of Racism
H 381 Honors Seminar:Africology VC
AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES (AIS)
CC CD 101 Introduction to American Indian Studies
CC CD 203 Western Great Lakes American Indian Community Life of the Past
CC CD 262 North American Indian History to 1887
CC CD 263 North American Indian History Since 1887
CC CD 320 Social Change in American Indian Society
CC CD 321 Contemporary Issues of the American Indian
ANTHROPOLOGY (Anthro)
101 Introduction to Anthropology: Human Origins
CC 102 Introduction to Anthropology: Culture and Society
103 Digging up the Past: Approaches to Archeology
105 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (formerly 360)
CC CD 150 Multicultural America
CC CD 213 American Indian Peoples of Wisconsin
CC 355 Globalization, Culture, and Environment
H 381 Honors Seminar:Anthropology VC
COMMUNICATION (Commun)
101 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
105 Business and Professional Communication
CC CD 350 Intercultural Communication
ECONOMICS (Econ)
100 Introductory Economics
103 Principles of Microeconomics
104 Principles of Macroeconomics
CC CD 248 Economics of Discrimination
H 381 Honors Seminar:Economics VC
ETHNIC STUDIES, COMPARATIVE (Ethnic)
CD 200 Racial Minorities in the United States
C* CD 250 Selected Topics in Ethnic Studies: Blacks, Jews, & Black Jews CD,OS
CC CD 265 Hmong Americans: History, Culture, and American Life
FIRST YEAR SEMINARS (FrstSm)
AIS- CD 193 American Indian Studies: All Subtitles CD
Anthro- CD 193 Anthropology: Ebonics and the English Only Movement CD,OS
XXX- C* 193 Freshman Seminar (Social Science): Subtitle
Hmong CD 193 Hmong: All Subtitles CD
Africol- CD 193 Race in Popular Culture CD,OS
Sociol- CC CD 193 Sociology: From Buffalo to Bingo: Changing American Indian Societies CD,OS
Sociol- CC CD 193 Sociology: Latinos and the City CD,OS
Sociol- CD 193 Sociology: The Color of Community CD,OS
FOOD (Food)
101 Introduction to Food Studies
GEOGRAPHY (Geog)
105 Introduction to Human Geography
CC 110 The World: Peoples and Regions
113 European Roots of America
CC CD 114 Geography of Race in the United States
CC 140 Our Urban Environment: Introduction to Urban Geography
170 Political Geography
CC 213 Geography of Asia (formerly 112)
CC 231 Geography of Islam
304 The Human Impact on the Enviroment
350 Conservation of Natural Resources
H 381 Honors Seminar:Geography VC
GLOBAL STUDIES (Global)
CC 101 Introduction to Global Studies I: People and Politics
201 Introduction to Global Studies II: International Trade / Environmental Change
CC 202 Introduction to Global Studies III: Globalization & Information Technology
HISTORY (Hist)
141 The Family and Sex Roles in the Past
151 American History 1607-1877
152 American History 1877 to the Present
CC 180 Latin American Society and Culture
C* 200 Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues VC
CC CD 200 Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues: Civil Rights Movement CD,OSC
CC CD 200 Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues: Making of the American Ghetto CD,OSC
206 Europe and the Modern World: 1815 to the Present
CC 210 The Twentieth Century: A Global History
215 History of Capitalism
CC CD 262 North American Indian History to 1887
CC CD 263 North American Indian History since 1887
287 The Vietnam War
H 399 Honors Seminar: History (formerly 505) VC
H CD 399 Honors Seminar: History: Race and Racial Thought in American History: 1607 to the Present (formerly 505) CD,OS
HMONG (HMONG)
CC CD 265 Hmong Americans: History, Culture, and American Life
HONORS COLLEGE (Honors)
351 Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences: Subtitle VC
JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (JMC)
101 Introduction to Mass Media (formerly 151)
115 Introduction to Media and Politics
142 Television and Radio in American Society
625 Theory of Mass Communication
LATINO STUDIES (Latino)
CC CD 101 Introduction to Latino Studies
CD 388 Latino Politics
LINGUISTICS (Linguis)
212 Language and Gender
350 Introduction to Linguistics
430 Language and Society
440 Psycholinguistics
PEACE STUDIES (PeaceSt)
201 Introduction to Conflict Resolution and Peace
POLITICAL SCIENCE (Pol Sci)
103 Introduction to Political Science
104 Introduction to American Government and Politics
105 State Politics
CC 106 Politics of the World's Nations
CC 175 Introduction to International Relations
210 American Public Policy
213 Urban Government and Politics
CC CD 215 Ethnicity, Religion and Race in American Politics
243 Public Administration
255 Great Issues of Politics (formerly 155)
CC 371 National and Ethnic Conflict
H 380 Honors Seminar:Political Science VC
CD 388 Latino Politics
PSYCHOLOGY (Psych)
101 Introduction to Psychology
205 Personality
214 Introduction to Conditioning and Learning
230 Social Psychology: Psychological Perspectives
260 Child Psychology
CC 319 Gay and Lesbian Psychology
320 Psychology of Women
H 380 Honors Seminar:Psychology VC
SOCIOLOGY (Sociol)
101 Introduction to Sociology
102 Social Problems in American Society
CC 103 World Society
104 Introduction to Social Psychology
CC CD 150 Multicultural America
200 Contemporary American Society
CC 207 Work and Society
215 Religion and Society
CC CD 224 American Minority Groups
233 Social Inequality in the United States
CC 235 Social Change in the Global Economy
241 Criminology
246 Juvenile Delinquency
248 Sociology of Education
CC 250 Sex and Gender
255 Sociology of Sexuality (formerly 105)
260 The Family and Intimate Relationships
282 Sociology of Aging
CC CD 320 Social Change in American Indian Societies
CC CD 321 Contemporary Issues of the American Indian
CC CD 323 Perspectives on Latino Communities
H 380 Honors Seminar: Sociology VC
H CD 380 Honors Seminar: Sociology: Race and the City CD,OS
URBAN STUDIES (Urb Std)
CC CD 150 Multicultural America
250 Exploring the Urban Environment
360 Perspectives on the Urban Scene: Subtitle VC
H 381 Honors Seminar:Urban Affairs VC
WOMEN'S STUDIES (Wmns)
CC 200 Introduction to Women's Studies: A Social Science Perspective
H 380 Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences VC
Humanities-Non-L&S Majors
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES (BMS)
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS (ComSDis)
210 Survey of Communication Disorders
240 Normal Speech and Language Development
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
CRIMINAL JUSTICE (Crm Jst)
110 Introduction to Criminal Justice
410 Comparative Criminal Justice
420 Violence and the Criminal Justice System
430 Punishment
EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND COMMUNITY STUDIES (Ed Pol)
CC 113 The Milwaukee Community (formerly 403)
510 Foundations of Human Relations
CC CD 560 Education and Hispanics
EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION (Exceduc)
CC 330 Deaf History
CC 352 American Deaf Culture
HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION (HCA)
203 Human Life Cycle
212 Drugs Used & Abused
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
HEALTH SCIENCES (HS)
105 Survey of the Health Professions
KINESIOLOGY (Kin)
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
260 Intorduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine
350 Psychological Aspects of Sport and Exercise
351 Sociological Aspects of Heath and Human Movement
355 Women in Sport and Physical Activity
NURSING (Nursing)
CC CD 101 Cultural Diversity in Health Care
203 Human Development Across the Life Span
H CD 380 Honors Seminar: Negotiating Differences: Race and Culture in Contemporary Health Care CD,OS
H 380 Honors Seminar: Subtitle VC
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (Occ Thpy)
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
SOCIAL WORK (Soc Wrk)
CC CD 665 Cultural Diversity and Social Work
THERAPEUTIC RECREATION (Therrec)
202 Disability: Society and the Person
CC CD 245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
URBAN PLANNING (Urb Plan)
140 Issues in Contemporary Urban Planning
141 Urban Planning Solutions to Contemporary Urban Problems

Special Notations and Restrictions


CD = Satisfies Cultural Diversity

NS += Natural Science laboratory course

H = Honors seminar

CC = Cultures & Communities

C* = Some sections (topics) may satisfy CC. Check the UWM Schedule of Classes , Cultures and Communities Program Office web site, or call 414-229-5960 for CC-approved topics.

OS = Only Subtitle approved for GER distribution

CD,OS = Only subtitles approved for GER distribution and Cultural Diversity

OSC = Only subtitles approved for GER and Cultures and Communities Program

CD,OSC = Only subtitles approved for GER, Cultural Diversity, and Cultures and Communities Program

VC = Variable content course; see the course listing in the UWM Undergraduate Catalog for conditions underwhich course may be repeated