UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2020-2021

General Education coursework at the 300-level or above must be selected from Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (B5), and Arts and Humanities (C1 or C2), Social Sciences (D1, D2, or D3/4) and/or Comparative Cultural Studies/Gender, Race, Class, and Ethnicity Studies, and Foreign Languages (F). Students must take 3 units in Section B5 (Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning) and 6 units from Sections C, D, and F with no more than 3 units from Section C or Section D. UDGE courses (300-level and above) are not to be taken sooner than the semester in which junior standing (60 units) is achieved. Students enrolling in upper-division GE courses shall have completed required lower division GE courses in written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, and mathematics/quantitative reasoning.

B5 - Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (37)

ANTH 341. Bones: An Introduction to the Study of Human Remains (3)

ASTR 352. Current Developments in Astronomy (3)

BIOL 306. In the Light of Evolution (3)

BIOL 323. Plants and Animals of Southern California (3)

BIOL 324. The World of the Dinosaurs (3)

BIOL 325. Life in the Sea (3)

BIOL 327. Ecology and People (3)

BIOL 341. Human Pregnancy and Embryology (3)

BIOL 362. Genetics and Society (3)

BIOL 366. Biology of Disease (3)

BIOL 375. Emerging Issues in Regenerative Medicine (3)

CM 336/L. Fundamentals of Green Buildings and Lab (2/1)

EOH 353. Global Perspectives of Environmental Health (3)

FCS 315. Issues in Housing (3)

FCS 323. Family and Individual Money Management (3)

FCS 324. Consumer Rights, Issues, and Problems (3)

GEH 333. Interdisciplinary Inquiries: Ways of Knowing (3)

GEOG 311. The Atmosphere (3)

GEOG 316. Environmental Geography (3)

GEOG 365. Geomorphology (3)

GEOG 366. Geography of Environmental Hazards (3)

GEOL 300. Environmental Geology (3)

GEOL 324. The World of the Dinosaurs (3)

GEOL 327. Geoforensics (3)

GEOL 344. California Geology (3)

HSCI 336. Health Aspects of Drug Use (3)

HSCI 337. Nutrition and Health (3)

HSCI 345. Public Health Issues (3)

KIN 309. Science and Technology in Sports (3)

LING 303. Human Language: Defining Our Biological Identity (3)

LING 310. Forensic Linguistics: Language and the Law (3)

MATH 331. Mathematical Explorations (3)

MSE 303. Innovation, Invention and Technology (3)

PHYS 305. Physics of Music (3)

PHYS 331. Physics of Sports (3)

QS 369. The Nature of Queer (3)

RS 366. Science and Religion (3)

C2 - Humanities (34)

AAS 321. Asian American Fiction (3)

AFRS 344. Literature of the Caribbean and African Experience (3)

AFRS 346. Contemporary Black Female Writers (3)

ANTH 326. Introduction to Folklore (3)

CHS 350. Religions and Spiritualities in Chicana/o Communities (3)

CHS 351. Survey of Mexican Philosophical Thought (3)

CHS 380. Chicana/o Literature (3)

CHS 381. Contemporary Chicana Literature (3)

CLAS 315. Greek and Roman Mythology (3)

ENGL 300. Contemporary Literature (3)

ENGL 316. Shakespeare (3)

ENGL 333. Comics and Graphic Novels (3)

ENGL 364. The Short Story (3)

FLIT 331. Literary Masterpieces of Italian Humanism and Renaissance Literature (3)

FLIT 381. Aspects of the Italian-American Experience in Cinema, Literature, Philosophy and Music (3)

GWS 351. Gender, Race, Class and Sexuality (3)

HIST 303. Themes in Western Civilization Before 1500 (3)

HIST 304. Themes in Western Civilization After 1500 (3)

JS 300. Ancient and Medieval Jewish Arts and Literature (3)

PHIL 310. Philosophical Problems (3)

PHIL 325. Philosophy and Biology (3)

PHIL 330. Philosophy of Science (3)

PHIL 337. Philosophy of Religion (3)

PHIL 349. Contemporary Social and Political Issues (3)

PHIL 353. Existentialism (3)

PHIL 354. Kierkegaard and Nietzsche (3)

RS 304. Women and Religion (3)

RS 307. Religion in America (3)

RS 310. Religion and Literature (3)

RS 356. Contemporary Religious Thought (3)

RS 361. Contemporary Ethical Issues (3)

RS 362. Race, Power, Religion (3)

RS 370. Religion and Ecology (3)

TH 333. The American Musical (3)

D1 - Social Sciences (56)

AAS 350. Asian American Personality and Mental Health (3)

AFRS 361. African-American Politics (3)

ANTH 302. Introduction to Applied Anthropology (3)

ANTH 305. Individual and Culture (3)

ANTH 319. World Prehistory (3)

ANTH 341. Bones: An Introduction to the Study of Human Remains (3)

CAS 309. Ancient to Pre-Modern History of the Central American People (3)

CAS 310. Modern History of the Central American People (3)

CAS 368. Central American Revolutionary Movements (3)

CAS 369. Contemporary Social Movements in Central America (3)

CHS 345. History of the Mexican Peoples (3)

CHS 346. History of the Chicana/Mexicana (3)

CHS 361. Urbanization and the Chicana/o (3)

CHS 366. Women in Latin America (3)

COMS 312. Health Communication (3)

ECON 310. Price Theory and Applications (3)

ECON 311. Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve (3)

ECON 360. Environmental Economics (3)

FCS 340. Marriage and Family Relations (3)

FCS 357. Apparel and Human Behavior (3)

FLIT 325. Social Issues in Modern China (3)

GEH 333. Interdisciplinary Inquiries: Ways of Knowing (3)

GEOG 301. Cultural Geography (3)

GEOG 321. United States (3)

GEOG 330. California (3)

GEOG 350. Metropolitan Los Angeles (3)

GEOG 351. Urban Geography (3)

GEOG 370. Water, Society, and the Environment (3)

GWS 300. Women as Agents of Change (3)

GWS 320. Women and Urban Life/Urban Space (3)

GWS 340. Women, Gender and Global Development (3)

GWS 351. Gender, Race, Class and Sexuality (3)

GWS 370. Women and Violence (3)

HIST 305. Cultural History of the United States (3)

HIST 341. Modern Europe Since the French Revolution (3)

HIST 342. The World Since 1945 (3)

HIST 350. History of Women (3)

HIST 380. Los Angeles: Past, Present, Future (3)

HIST 389. Disability in American History and Law (3)

HSCI 345. Public Health Issues (3)

HSCI 369. Public Health Strategies in HIV and STI Prevention (3)

JOUR 365. News Literacy (3)

JS 318. Applied Jewish Ethics (3)

LING 309. Language and Social Interaction (3)

MKT 350. Consumer Information in the Digital Age (3)

POLS 310. Problems of Political Economy (3)

POLS 350. Great Questions in Politics (3)

POLS 380. Los Angeles: Past, Present, Future (3)

PSY 312. Psychological Aspects of Parenthood (3)

PSY 352. Motivation (3)

PSY 365. Introduction to Gerontology (3)

SOC 305. Culture and Personality (3)

SOC 324. Sociology of Sex and Gender (3)

SUST 300. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Sustainability (3)

URBS 310. Growth and Sustainable Development of Cities (3)

URBS 380. Los Angeles: Past, Present, Future (3)

F - Comparative Cultural Studies (71)

AAS 340. Asian American Women (3)

AAS 345. Contemporary Issues in Asian American Studies (3)

AAS 360. Asian American Immigration–Global Perspective (3)

AFRS 300. Contemporary Issues in the African-American Community (3)

AFRS 320. African-American Personality Development (3)

AFRS 322. African-American Family (3)

AFRS 324. The Black Woman in Contemporary Times (3)

AFRS 325. The Black Man in Contemporary Times (3)

AFRS 366. Colonialism in Africa (3)

AIS 304. American Indian Law and Policy (3)

AIS 333. American Indian Philosophy (3)

ANTH 308. Gender and Culture (3)

ANTH 310. Language in Culture: Anthropological Linguistics (3)

ANTH 315. World Cultures and Societies (3)

ANTH 345. Anthropology of the Contemporary United States (3)

ARMN 310. Armenian Culture (3)

ARMN 360. Changing Roles of Armenian Women (3)

ART 315. World Perspectives in Art History (3)

BLAW 391. Women and the Law (3)

CAS 311. The Central American Diaspora (3)

CAS 365. Changing Roles of Central American Women (3)

CHS 333. Language and Society: Chicanas/os and Other Language Minority Children (3)

CHS 364. World Migration and the Chicana/o (3)

CHS 365. Third World Women and the Chicana (3)

COMS 356. Intercultural Communication (3)

ENGL 311. History of African-American Writing (3)

ENGL 371. Issues in Jewish-American Writing (3)

FLIT 370. Modern Japanese Culture (3)

FLIT 371. Modern Italian Culture (3)

FLIT 380. Cultural Development of Modern Russia and Eastern Europe (3)

GEOG 318. Europe (3)

GEOG 322. Latin America (3)

GEOG 324. China (3)

GEOG 326. Africa (3)

GEOG 334. Geography of Oceania (3)

GWS 300. Women as Agents of Change (3)

GWS 351. Gender, Race, Class and Sexuality (3)

HIST 349A. American Women I (3)

HIST 349B. Women in American History Since 1848 (3)

HIST 369. Native Peoples and Cultures (3)

JOUR 371. Gender and Media (3)

JOUR 372. Diversity and the Media (3)

JS 306. Sociology of Jewish Families and Communities (3)

JS 330. Women in the Jewish Experience (3)

JS 335. Jewish Identity in the U.S. (3)

KIN 385. Women in Sport (3)

LING 325. Language, Gender, and Identity (3)

MSE 302. Women in Mathematics, Science and Engineering (3)

MUS 309. Traditional Music of the U.S. (3)

MUS 310. Understanding World Cultures Through Music (3)

PHIL 333. American Indian Philosophy (3)

PHIL 343. Indian Philosophy (3)

PHIL 344. Chinese Philosophy (3)

PHIL 348. Philosophy and Feminism (3)

POLS 321. Comparative Political Ideologies (3)

POLS 332. Politics of Latin America (3)

QS 301. Perspectives in Queer Studies (3)

QS 304. Queering the Screen, Queering the Spectator (3)

RS 306. American Religious Diversity (3)

RS 365. Islam (3)

RS 378. American Jewish Experience (3)

RS 380. Asian Religions: Communal Traditions and Transitions (3)

RS 385. Hinduism (3)

RS 390. Buddhism (3)

RTM 310/L. Adventure Recreation and Human Relations and Lab (2/1)

RTM 330. Women, Leisure and Ethnicity in the United States (3)

SOC 306. Sociology of Jewish Families and Communities (3)

SOC 307. Ethnic Diversity in America (3)

SOC 335. Jewish Identity in the U.S. (3)

TH 325. World Drama and Performance (3)

URBS 350. Cities of the Developing World (3)