Humanities and Social Science Courses

*Course will satisfy the Humanity/Social Science Depth Requirement.

Humanities courses

ART 200 -  Art in Context

ENG 240/340 -  Survey of English Lit. I

ENG 241/341 -  Survey of English Lit. II

ENG 250/350 -  Survey of American Lit. I

ENG 251/351/559 - Survey of American Lit. II

ENG312 -  Intro to Shakespeare*

ENG534 - Historical Perspective in Children's Lit.*

ENG 580 - Gender Issues*

FRN 100/101 - Elementary French I

FRN 102 - Elementary French II

FRN 202 - Intermediate French*

FRN 312 - French Grammar and Composition*

FRN 325 - Civ. France/Hst-Heri*

GRM 101 - Elementary German I

GRM 102 - Elementary German II

GRM 201 - Intermediate German III

GRM 202 - Intermediate German IV*

RUS 101 - Elementary Russian I

RUS 102 - Elementary Russian II

SPN 101 - Elementary Spanish I

SPN 102 - Elementary Spanish II

SPN 201 - Intermediate Spanish I*

REL 100 - Intro to Religion

REL 131 - Religion in America

REL 200 - Religion in the News

REL 210 - Paths of World Religion

REL 301 - Prim/Prehist Religion*

REL 312 - Hebrew Prophets*

REL 315 - American Indians Religion*

REL 319 - The Bible and Film*

REL 321 - Paul*

REL 397 - Religious Studies Topics*

REL 570 - Archaeo and Old Test*

REL 571 - Archaeo and New Test*

MUS 111 - Theory I

MUS 241 - The Language of Music

PHI 105 -  Critical Thinking

PHI 110 -  Introduction to Philosophy

PHI 115 - Ethics and Cont. Issues

PHI 315 - Philosophy of Religion*

PHI 320 - Aesthetics*

PHI 325 - Philosophy of Science*

THE 101 - Theatre/Drama Arts

THE 150 - Introduction to Theatre Technology

COM 205 -  Interpers. Communication Theory & Skills*

COM 322 - Intro. to Argumentation*

COM 510 - Dir-Forensic Act*

Social Science courses

ECO 155 - Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 165 - Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 305 - Money and Banking*

ECO 310 - Labor Economics*

ECO 346 - International Economic Development*

ECO 365 - Intermediate Microeconomics*

ECO 385 - Intermediate Macroeconomics*

ECO 397 - Econ Anthropology*

ECO 520 - Hist Econ Thought*

HST 101 - Western Civilization I

HST 102 - Western Civilization II

HST 103 - World History to 1600

HST 104 - World History after 1600

HST 121 - Survey of the History of the U.S. to 1877

HST 122 - Survey of the History of the U.S. since 1877

HST 281 - East Asian Civ II

HST 315 - Military History of the U.S.*

HST 324 - Women/U.S. History*

HST 337 - Recent American History: 1929 to present*

HST 341 - Ancient Greece*

HST 370 - Middle East 600-1914*

HST 545 - Medieval Europe*

HST 559 - Germany 1815-present*

PLS 101 - American Democracy & Citizenship

PLS 102 - American Gov. II Public Policy

PLS 103 - MO Government and Politics

PLS 169 - Intro. to Political Science

PLS 205 - Intro. Comp. Gov.*

PLS 232 - International Relations*

PLS 255 - Public Admin.*

PLS 317 - Pub Op-Intrst Grp.*

PLS 339 - Latin America and U.S.*

PLS 342 - Pol of Modernization*

ANT 100 - World Cultures

ANT 125 - The Human Story

ANT 325 - North American Indian Culture

ANT 301 - Prim Belief/Ritual*

ANT 330 - South Asian*

ANT 360 - North American Archaeology*

SOC 150 - Introduction to Society

SOC 290 - Sociology of Sex Roles*

SOC 310 - Social Deviance*

SOC 351 - Sociology of Childhood*

SOC 380 - Sociology of Law*

SOC 420 - Social Inequality*

PSY 121 - Introduction to Psychology

PSY 379 - Environmental Psychology

PSY 390 - Psychology of Sec. School Student

PSY 302 - Experimental Psychology*

PSY 304 - Abnormal Psychology*

PSY 305 - Intro. to Indust. & Organ. Psychology*

PSY 307 - Human Sexuality*

PSY 310 - Applied Psychology*

PSY 315 - History and Systems of Psychology*

PSY 331 - Psychology of Childhood*

PSY 336 - Ethology*

PSY 339 - Intro. to Clinical Psychology*

PSY 359 - Theories of Social Psychology*

PSY 360 - Educational Psychology*

PSY 363 - Death & Human Behavior*

PSY 381 - Human Engineering*

PSY 441 - Psychology of Adolescence*

PSY 521 - Physio Psychology*