2021-2022 Catalog

Bachelor of Arts, BA

All BA degree programs require the successful completion of the following:

  • Core Requirements: 12-16 courses, 43-60 credits
  • Major Requirements Minimum: 8 courses, 32 credits
  • Complementary Major Requirements, Minor Requirements, and Free Electives: credit varies
  • Minimum Total Credits Required for Degree Conferral: 126 credits

First-Year Experience: 1 course, 1 credit

Students with 15+ transfer credits of college or university work are exempt.

Choose one of the following to be completed during the first semester of matriculation:

CAS-101Strategies of Success

1

ADPR-102Professional Development

1

First-Year Seminar: 1 course, 4 credits

Students with 15+ transfer credits of college or university work are exempt. Please note that not all courses are offered each semester. Students should contact their advisor to learn about current course offerings.

Choose one First-Year Seminar course from those listed below:

SF-101Fixing the World- Energy and Water: The Science of Solutions

4

SF-116Enlightened Insanity

4

SF-132The Beatles: Here, There & Everywhere

4

SF-174Tragedy and Literature

4

SF-175War and Apocalypse in Science Fiction

4

SF-178Sacred Hoops & Sneaker Pimps: Understanding the American Hoop Dream

4

SF-183Politics, Power and the Media

4

SF-189American Gothic: Edgar Allan Poe, Flannery O'Connor and Annie Proulx

4

SF-190Asia in America Fiction and Fact

4

SF-191Film Adaptation

4

SF-197Sustainability, Energy, and Technology At Suffolk University

4

SF-198Music and the Brain

4

SF-1134The Meaning of Life

4

SF-1141Classical Civilizations: Pathways to Wisdom

4

SF-1143In the First-Person: Storytelling in the 21st Century

4

SF-1148Brave New Worlds

4

SF-1161The Playwright and the Stage

4

SF-1162Space Missions: From Moon to Mars and Beyond

4

SF-1164Reinventing Europe: Beyond Brexit and Secular Stagnation

4

SF-1165History of Boston

4

SF-1166Cinema-Monde: Global Challenges on Film

4

SF-1167Fantasy Fiction: Imaginary Worlds

4

SF-1169Immortality: Real and Imagined

4

SF-1170From Philia to Facebook: the Meaning of Friendship

4

SF-1171Living on and Beyond the Hyphen/Latino Writers in the USA

4

SF-1172The United States Mexican Border

4

SF-1173Understanding the Vast Sweep of Chinese Culture

4

SF-1176What Is a Fact?

4

SF-1177Revolutions in Thought

4

SF-1179Writing Stories of Self in Society

4

SF-1181Mad Criminals

4

SF-1182Curators, Collections and Exhibits

4

SF-1185Socially-Conscious Storytellers in a Political World

4

SF-1186The Art of Persuasion

4

SF-1187The Psychology of Nutrition

4

SF-1189Urban and Contemporary Art

4

SF-1190Black Lives Matter: Past, Present, Future

4

SF-1191Writing Your Future: Genes and Gene Editing

4

SF-1192Dark Ecologies

4

SF-1193Documenting the Immigrant Experience

4

Students in the CAS Honors Program should choose one First-Year Seminar course from those listed below:

SF-H116Enlightened Insanity

4

SF-H178Sacred Hoops & Sneaker Pimps: Understanding the American Hoop Dream

4

SF-H182Heroes, Antiheroes and Outsiders: Reading the Graphic Novel

4

SF-H189American Gothic: Edgar Allan Poe, Flannery O'Connor and Annie Proulx

4

SF-H1134The Meaning of Life

4

SF-H1141Honors Classical Civilizations: Pathways To Wisdom

4

SF-H1146Fido the Friendly Wolf: A Natural History of Dogs

4

SF-H1163Spellbound! Witches, Wizards and Spirits In American Literature

4

SF-H1166Honors Cinema-Monde: Global Challenges On Film

4

SF-H1167Honors Fantasy Fiction: Imaginary Worlds

4

SF-H1176Honors- What Is a Fact?

4

SF-H1178Honors Jazz to Jay-Z: Black Music and Literature

4

SF-H1180Honors American Women Writers and the Struggle For Equality

4

SF-H1182Honors Curators, Collections and Exhibits

4

SF-H1188Honors Attention in the Age of Distraction

4

First-Year Writing: 1-3 courses, 4-12 credits

A student may be assigned to a first Writing course other than WRI-101.  Qualified students are invited to take WRI-H103.  Students not eligible for direct entry into WRI-101 must complete WRI-100+ prior to enrolling in WRI-101.  Through directed self-placement, a student may also opt to complete the developmental writing course WRI-100 before enrolling in WRI-101.

Students must complete one of the following tracks:

Track 1: 2 courses, 8 credits

WRI-101First-Year Writing I

4

WRI-102First-Year Writing II

4

Track 2: 3 courses, 12 credits

WRI-100+Developmental Writing - Tutorial Section

4

WRI-101First Year Writing I

4

WRI-102First Year Writing II

4

Track 3: 3 courses, 12 credits

WRI-100Developmental Writing I

4

WRI-101First-Year Writing I

4

WRI-102First-Year Writing II

4

Track 4: 1 course, 4 credits

WRI-H103Advanced First-Year Writing

4

Note: WRI-H103 is by invitation only.

Creativity and Innovation: 1 course, 3 credits

In this course students will be introduced to the practice of creativity as a rigorous approach to problem solving requiring research, persistence and grit. Students will work collaboratively to effectively synthesize existing ideas, images, and skill sets in original ways. They will embrace risk and support divergent thinking. In the process, they will become more confident life-long learners.

Note: Students with 30+ transfer credits are exempt from this requirement.

Choose one Creativity and Innovation course from those listed below:

ADF-S171CI: Integrated Studio I

3

ADF-S172CI: Integrated Studio II

3

CI-102The End of Global Poverty

3

CI-H102The End of Global Poverty

3

CI-103Sticking Your Neck Out- Inventing for Non-Engineers

3

CI-106Failing Successfully

3

CI-108Designing the Next Best Thing

3

CI-110The Entrepreneur's Cocktail

3

CI-112Creating Problems: a New Solution for Sustainability

3

CI-H112Honors Creating Problems: a New Solution For Sustainability

3

CI-114Creating the Dream Team

3

CI-115Poetry Out Loud

3

CI-116Good to Great: Design YOUR Portal to the World

3

CI-H119SL-Honors Theatre at Work

3

CI-120Process to Value: The Power of Relationships

3

CI-121Catastrophe Management: From 9/11 to the Boston Marathon Bombings

3

CI-122Financial Creativity: You Are the Universe

3

CI-129Art & Innovation Practices

3

CI-133Franklin and the American Experiment

3

CI-H133Honors Franklin and the American Experiment

3

CI-135The Design of Everything

3

CI-H139Creating, Promoting, and Participating in the Literary Arts

3

CI-141The Creative Approach to Learning

3

CI-143Dreams, Demons, and Dynamic Artists Creative Nature

3

CI-147Seeing Double, Printmaking, the Art of Discovery, Experimentation and Process

3

CI-149SL-Creative Writing and Literacy

3

CI-153Branding and Visual Identity

3

CI-157Mindful Journal

3

CI-159Building a Better T

3

CI-161Making History: Public Memory in the Digital Age

3

CI-H161Making History: Public Memory in the Digital Age

3

CI-163A Course on Skepticism and Rationality

3

CI-165Chemistry Is Everywhere: Zig-Zagging to Success

3

CI-H165Honors Chemistry Is Everywhere: Zig- Zag

3

CI-167Public Health: A Need to Think Outside The Box

3

CI-H167Honors Public Health: a Need to Think Outside The Box

3

CI-169Riddles of Identity

3

CI-171What Is the Moral of This Story?

3

CI-173Imagining the Other

3

CI-175Creating Social Change: From Theory to Activism

3

CI-H175Honors Creating Social Change: From Theory to Activism

3

CI-177The Curious & Open-Hearted Historian

3

CI-H177Honors- the Curious & Open-Hearted Historian

3

CI-179Myths of Self-Making

3

CI-181Creating Change: Perspective Matters

3

CI-183It Happened Like This... the Stories We Tell

3

CI-H185Honors City of Stories: Walking Tours of Boston's Past

3

CI-187Think Small: Change the World

3

CI-189The Extended Photo Essay

3

CI-191The Self in Society

3

CI-193Tackling Global Issues Creatively: Sustainable Development

3

CI-195Bilingualism at Play

3

CI-197Writing the Future: Poetry and Activism

3

Math: 1 course, 4 credits

Choose one Math course from those listed below:

MATH-128Math for the Modern World

4

MATH-130Topics in Finite Mathematics

4

MATH-134Calculus for Management & Social Sciences

4

MATH-165Calculus I

4

MATH-166Calculus II

4

Social, Cultural, and Global Perspectives: 1 course, 3-4 credits

Choose one SCGP course from those listed below:

ADPR-217Gay and Lesbian Studies

4

ADPR-219Rhetoric of Protest and Reform

4

ARH-203Arts of Asia

4

ARH-205Gender, Class and Alterity in Ancient and Medieval Art

4

ARH-206Global Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Art

4

ARH-321Women, Art and Society

4

AS-100Introduction to Asian Studies: Culture, People, Ideas

4

AS-500Asian Studies Internship

4

BLE-325Global Business Ethics

3

BLKST-250Haiti, Guadeloupe and Martinique

4

CJN-216Intercultural Communication

4

CJN-225World Cinema

4

CJN-232Gender, Sexuality, and Communication

4

CJN-281Asian Popular Culture

4

CJN-293Hong Kong Cinema

4

CJN-301Documentary Film and the Image of Conflict in the Middle East

4

CJU-218Crime and Law in Indian Country

4

CJU-275Women and Crime

4

EC-141Development Economics

4

EC-151Economic & Human Geography

4

EDUC-310Culturally Sustaining Practices

4

EDUC-315Strategies for Working With Emergent English Learners

4

ENG-123Great Books of the World I

4

ENG-124Great Books of the World II

4

ENG-135World Literature in English

4

ENG-163Latinx Literature Today

4

ENG-357African-American Literature

4

ENG-362Asian-American Literature

4

FR-216Masterpieces of French and Francophone Literature in English Translation

4

HST-100Introduction to Asian Studies: Culture, People, Ideas

4

HST-103Cultures and Social Transformations in Asia

4

HST-227Eyes on the Prize: Civil Rights Movement of the 20th Century

4

HST-228African American Experience and Public History in the U.S.

4

HST-236Public History in Practice

4

HST-241Narrating the Past With Digital History

4

HST-251Modern East Asia

4

HST-268History of the Mediterranean

4

HST-274Women in 19th-Century Europe

4

HST-275Women in 20th-Century Europe

4

HST-296Building Urban America: City Design and Architecture From 1700-1880

4

HST-319The History of Black Music in America

4

HST-321History of Islam

4

HST-340Europe in the 20th Century

4

HST-371U.S. Women's History Colonial to 1865

4

HST-374Jefferson to Jackson: Culture and Politics in the New Nation

4

HST-426Politics and Culture in Europe, 1919-1939

4

HST-465Monumental Women: Female Public Space

4

HST-484History of the Emotions

4

HST-489Germany: Film, Politics, Memory Since 1945

4

LAWU-280Domestic Violence, Abuse and Neglect

4

MUH-223World Music

4

P.AD-201Social Change

3

P.AD-H201Honors Social Change

3

PHIL-120Ethics and Civic Life

4

PHIL-228Feminist Philosophy

4

PHIL-229Eco-Feminism

4

PHIL-251Philosophy of Race & Gender

4

PHIL-261Eastern Philosophy

4

PHIL-262Buddhism

4

PHIL-265Women in Spirituality

4

PHIL-267Chinese Philosophy

4

POLS-115Evolution of the Global System

4

POLS-208Politics & Religion

4

POLS-359Global Politics of Sport

4

POLS-467Comparative Social Movements

4

PSYCH-243Organizational Psychology

4

PSYCH-247Asian Perspectives on Health and Work

4

RS-111Introduction to World Religions: Western Traditions

4

RS-112Introduction to World Religions: Eastern Traditions

4

SIB-550Global Travel Seminar

3

SF-178Sacred Hoops & Sneaker Pimps: Understanding the American Hoop Dream

4

SF-190Asia in America Fiction and Fact

4

SF-1166Cinema-Monde: Global Challenges on Film

4

SOC-227Race in American Society

4

SOC-228Cultural Diversity

4

SOC-257Death and Dying

4

SOC-329Sociology of Globalization

4

SPAN-202Intermediate Spanish II

4

SPAN-290Advanced Composition & Conversation

4

SPAN-300Intro to Cultural Texts

4

SPAN-301Spanish Culture and Civilization

4

SPAN-302Indigenous and Colonial Latin America

4

SPAN-315Spanish for the Professions

4

SPAN-390Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Literature

4

THETR-260Broadway Musicals

4

THETR-267Introduction to Theatre: Contemporary American

4

WGS-111Women, History, and Culture

4

WGS-H111Women, History, & Culture

4

WGS-113Women, Science, and Society

4

WGS-115Introduction to Gender Studies

4

WGS-235Gender and Sexuality in Visual Culture

4

WGS-311Engendering Entertainment: Feminism and Popular Culture

4

WGS-315Feminist Thought

4

WGS-325Global Women's Fiction

4

WGS-335Queer Narratives

4

WGS-340Women on Stage

4

Courses that fulfill the Creativity and Innovation, First-Year Seminar, Humanities/History, Language, Literature, Quantitative Reasoning, Social Science, or VPATH requirements may double count to fulfill the Social, Cultural, and Global Perspectives (SCGP) requirement.

Science, Technology, and Engineering (STE): 2 courses and corresponding laboratories where applicable, 8 credits

Choose two STE courses (and corresponding laboratory where applicable) from those listed below. Courses do not need to be in a sequence. In the case of a course that is a lecture plus a lab, the student must complete both components to earn credit for the STE requirement.

Biology:

BIO-104Environmental Biology

3

BIO-L104Environmental Bio Lab

1

BIO-105Humans and the Evolutionary Perspective

4

BIO-111Introduction to the Cell

3

BIO-L111Introduction to the Cell Laboratory

1

BIO-114Organismal Biology

3

BIO-L114Organismal Biology Laboratory

1

BIO-201Biology's Big Questions

4

Chemistry:

CHEM-111General Chemistry I

3

CHEM-L111General Chemistry Laboratory I

1

Computer Science:

CMPSC-F107Ants, Rumors and Gridlocks

4

Electrical Engineering:

ECE-288Measuring the World

4

Environmental Science:

UES-107Introduction to Drones

3

UES-L107Introduction to Drones Lab

1

UES-111Environmental Science

3

UES-L111Environmental Science Lab

1

UES-121Science, Art, and the Environment

3

UES-L121Science, Art, and the Environment Lab

1

UES-225Geographical Information Science

3

UES-L225Geographic Information Science Lab

1

UES-270SL-Understanding Wetlands Through Citizen Science

4

UES-H270Honors SL Understanding Wetlands Through Citizen Science

4

Forensic Science:

FS-103Introduction to Forensic Science

3

FS-L103Introduction to Forensic Science Lab

1

Neuroscience:

NEUR-101Intro to Neuroscience

4

Physics:

PHYS-111College Physics I

3

PHYS-L111College Physics Lab I

1

PHYS-151University Physics I

3

PHYS-L151University Physics Lab I

1

PHYS-152University Physics II

3

PHYS-L152University Physics Lab II

1

PHYS-153University Physics III

3

PHYS-L153University Physics III Lab

1

Science:

SCI-101Introduction to Forensic Biology

3

SCI-L101Introduction to Forensic Biology Lab

1

SCI-102Introduction to Forensic Chemistry

3

SCI-L102Introduction to Forensic Chemistry Lab

1

SCI-103Environmental Science

3

SCI-L103Environmental Science Lab

1

SCI-H106Honors Biotechnology & Its Application In Medicine, Agriculture, Law

4

SCI-108Introduction to Cancer Care

4

SCI-H108Honors Introduction to Cancer Care

4

SCI-109SL-Introduction to Community Cancer Care

4

SCI-H109SL-Honors Introduction to Community Cancer Care

4

SCI-111Introduction to Astronomy

3

SCI-L111Introduction to Astronomy Lab

1

SCI-112Structure of the Universe

3

SCI-L112Structure of the Universe Lab

1

SCI-113A Habitable Earth Within the Solar System

4

SCI-120Introduction to Chemistry

4

SCI-165Inner Workings of the Physical Universe

4

SCI-171The Built World: How Humans Engineer Environments

4

SCI-H171The Built World: How Humans Engineer Environments- Honors

4

SCI-173Mapping Our World The Power of Digital Maps

3

SCI-L173Mapping Our World Lab

1

SCI-181Science and Life in the 21st Century

4

SCI-184Contemporary Science and Innovation

4

SCI-201Physics for Future Presidents

4

SCI-210Earth and Planetary Crystals

3

SCI-L210Earth and Planetary Crystals Laboratory

1

SCI-288Measuring the World

4

Some Science division courses may have Math or Computer Science prerequisites; many have other Science prerequisites.

Studies in Literature: 1 course, 4 credits

Choose one Studies in Literature course from those listed below:

BLKST-250Haiti, Guadeloupe and Martinique

4

ENG-113World Drama I

4

ENG-114World Drama II

4

ENG-120Ireland to America (and Back Again): Irish & Irish-American

4

ENG-130Introduction to Literature

4

ENG-135World Literature in English

4

ENG-141Studies in British Literature

4

ENG-142Studies in American Literature

4

ENG-150Mysteries

4

ENG-151Introduction to African-American Literature

4

ENG-152Horror Fiction

4

ENG-153Literature of War

4

ENG-154Bob Dylan and the Beat Generation

4

ENG-155Young Adult Literature

4

ENG-156Immigrant Stories

4

ENG-157Poetry and Religion

4

ENG-158Nasty Women and Unruly Voices in American Literature

4

ENG-159The Literature of London

3

ENG-160School Stories: Narratives of Power and Class

4

ENG-161Writing the American West

4

ENG-162Shakespeare From Stage to Screen

4

ENG-163Latinx Literature Today

4

ENG-170Narrative and Medicine

4

ENG-172Sports & Literature

4

ENG-213English Literature I

4

ENG-214English Literature II

4

ENG-217American Literature I

4

ENG-218American Literature II

4

ENG-313Sex and Power in the Middle Ages

4

ENG-314Medieval Monsters, Monks, and Maidens

4

ENG-317Classical Mythology

4

ENG-327Studies in Shakespeare

4

ENG-344English Romantic Literature

4

ENG-34720th Century Female Gothic

4

ENG-H347Honors 20th Century Female Gothic

4

ENG-348Jane Austen

4

ENG-H348Honors Jane Austen

4

ENG-356Whitman and Dickinson

4

ENG-358Women Writing the American West

4

ENG-361Contemporary American Fiction

4

ENG-362Asian-American Literature

4

ENG-388Utopias and Dystopias

4

ENG-395Rhetoric and Memoir

4

ENG-410From Pagan Reason to Christian Revelation

4

ENG-412Women in Classical Antiquity

4

FR-216Masterpieces of French and Francophone Literature in English Translation

4

PHIL-424Philosophy and Literature: Feodor Dostoevsky and the Great Philosophical Novel

4

SPAN-426Latin American Theater and Society

4

WGS-211Heroines, Hotties & Hubris: Adolescent Girl's Books

4

WGS-220Other Worlds, Other Genders: Women and Science Fiction

4

WGS-240Feminist Literature

4

WGS-325Global Women's Fiction

4

WGS-340Women on Stage

4

Ethical and Philosophical Inquiry: 1 course, 4 credits

Choose one Ethics course from those listed below:

PHIL-119Ethics

4

PHIL-120Ethics and Civic Life

4

PHIL-123Social Ethics: The Good Life

4

PHIL-127Contemporary Moral Issues

4

Human Behavior and Societies: 1 course, 4 credits

Choose one Human Behavior and Societies course from those listed below:

Advertising and Public Relations:

ADPR-285Media and Pop Culture I

4

Communication:

CJN-255Introduction to Media

4

CJN-375Organizational Communication

4

CUES:

UES-101Environmental Studies

4

Economics:

EC-151Economic & Human Geography

4

Political Science:

POLS-110Introduction to American Politics

4

POLS-115Evolution of the Global System

4

Psychology:

PSYCH-114General Psychology

4

PSYCH-249Introduction to Lifespan Development

4

Sociology:

SOC-113Introduction to Sociology

4

SOC-116Social Justice

4

SOC-221Environment and Society

4

SOC-223Families in Contemporary Society

4

SOC-227Race in American Society

4

Women's and Gender Studies:

WGS-113Women, Science, and Society

4

Social and Intellectual History/Visual and Performing Arts Theory and History: 1 course, 4 credits

Choose one course from those listed below:

American Studies:

AMST-101American History and Culture

4

Art and Design:

ADG-224History of Graphic Design

4

ADI-234History & Theory of Interior Architecture

3

Art History:

ARH-101Art History I

4

ARH-102Art History II

4

ARH-203Arts of Asia

4

ARH-205Gender, Class and Alterity in Ancient and Medieval Art

4

ARH-206Global Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Art

4

ARH-303Art of the Early Renaissance in Italy

4

ARH-304Art in the Age of Michelangelo: The High and Late Renaissance in Italy

4

ARH-308Art of the Baroque & Rococo

4

ARH-309Art of the 19th Century

4

ARH-310Modernism in Art

4

ARH-311American Art

4

ARH-312Art of the Northern Renaissance

4

ARH-316Contemporary Art

4

Asian Studies:

AS-100Introduction to Asian Studies: Culture, People, Ideas

4

Communication:

CJN-114Great Works of Journalism

4

CJN-152Visual Aesthetics

4

CJN-292Film History: From Silent Cinema to the Modern Era

4

English:

ENG-123Great Books of the World I

4

ENG-124Great Books of the World II

4

ENG-266"Mad Men:" Reading Visual Narratives

4

ENG-389History of the Book

4

Environmental Science:

UES-325Environmental History of the U.S.

4

French:

FR-220French & Francophone Cinema

4

FR-320French & Francophone Cinema

4

History:

HST-101History of Western Civilization I

4

HST-102History of Western Civilization II

4

HST-103Cultures and Social Transformations in Asia

4

HST-121World History I

4

HST-122World History II

4

HST-149Empires & Globalization in World History I

4

HST-150Empires & Globalization in World History II

4

HST-181American Life to the Civil War Era

4

HST-182American Life Since the Civil War Era

4

HST-218Sl- Walls & Bridges: Immigration in Global Perspective

4

HST-236Public History in Practice

4

HST-241Narrating the Past With Digital History

4

HST-251Modern East Asia

4

HST-256Exploring Asia

4

HST-260Asian Peoples and Cultures

4

HST-268History of the Mediterranean

4

HST-273The Enlightenment, French Revolution & Napoleon, 1700-1815

4

HST-274Women in 19th-Century Europe

4

HST-275Women in 20th-Century Europe

4

HST-288Presidents We Love to Hate

4

HST-289Hamilton: The Seminar

4

HST-292ModernAmerican Foreign Relations

4

HST-296Building Urban America: City Design and Architecture From 1700-1880

4

HST-312Renaissance and Reformation Europe

4

HST-313Cities of Early-Modern Europe

4

HST-333Age of Reform, Depression, & World Wars, America: 1898-1945

4

HST-335Recent America: From Nixon to the Present

4

HST-337Nazi Germany

4

HST-340Europe in the 20th Century

4

HST-357Spain's Ancient to Early Modern Societies and Realms

4

HST-358Spanish Society and the State, From Absolutism to Democracy?

4

HST-359The Age of Franklin

4

HST-361Native America 1832 to Present

4

HST-374Jefferson to Jackson: Culture and Politics in the New Nation

4

HST-381American Colonial History

4

HST-382The American Revolution

4

HST-383Boston: Heritage of a City

4

HST-426Politics and Culture in Europe, 1919-1939

4

HST-465Monumental Women: Female Public Space

4

HST-483Death, Disease, Healing-U.S. History

4

HST-489Germany: Film, Politics, Memory Since 1945

4

Music History:

MUH-101History of Music I

4

MUH-102History of Music II

4

MUH-210Music of the Twentieth Century

4

MUH-211Music of the United States

4

MUH-212Popular Music in the United States

4

MUH-221History of Women in Music

4

MUH-227Jazz and Blues

4

Philosophy:

PHIL-115Introduction to Philosophy

4

PHIL-210History of Ancient & Medieval Philosophy

4

PHIL-211History of Modern Philosophy

4

PHIL-219Philosophy of Art

4

PHIL-250Social & Political Philosophy

4

Theatre:

THETR-260Broadway Musicals

4

THETR-266Intro to Theatre: 20th Century

4

Women’s and Gender Studies:

WGS-111Women, History, and Culture

4

WGS-115Introduction to Gender Studies

4

WGS-311Engendering Entertainment: Feminism and Popular Culture

4

WGS-315Feminist Thought

4

WGS-330Furies to Femi-Nazis: A History of Modern Anti-Feminism

4

WGS-335Queer Narratives

4

Modern Language: 0-2 courses, 0-8 credits

A student may fulfill the modern language requirement in one of the following ways:

  1. Complete a language course at the level of 102. It may be necessary to complete 101 before taking 102.

  2. Complete an advanced language course at the level of 201 or above, including a course offered through a study abroad program or in a format that ‘meets together’ with an English-language version of a course.

  3. Earn a sufficient score on an AP examination. Information on test scores is available through Admissions.

  4. Earn a sufficient score on the SAT Subject Test.

  5. Earn a score of 1+ on the ACTFL Writing Proficiency Test in any language other than English to waive the requirement. Waiving the requirement does not earn credits.

  6. Provide a transcript from a high school in which most classes were conducted in a language other than English to waive the requirement. Waiving the requirement does not earn credits.