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Prior to Fall 2005 GE list

 

For Freshmen and Transfer Students who entered
prior to Fall 2005

Subject to Change without notice.

Due to Academic Department name changes, course renumbering and course title changes, this list is presently under review and update by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs.

Questions can be referred to your Academic Counselor.

 

Courses Acceptable In Satisfaction of the

HSSEAS GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT

 

HUMANITIES (Including the Arts), SOCIAL SCIENCES and LIFE SCIENCE ELECTIVES

 

LIFE SCIENCE courses can be found at the bottom of the document AND have a "L" notation to the Left of the course number.
 

HUMANITIES have a "H" notation to the left of the course number.

 

SOCIAL SCIENCES have a "S" notation to the left of the course number.

Foreign Language Study
One language course at level four or above may be used toward the Humanities section of the HSSEAS GER. See an academic counselor in 6426 BH regarding language courses.

Aerospace Studies
 (Listed under ROTC Programs in the Catalog)
 (Six units maximum are allowed for ROTC courses)

African Languages
 (Listed under Linguistics in the Catalog)
H M190  Survey of African Languages (same as Linguistics M115)

Afrikaans
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 114  Afrikaans Literature in Translation
H 135  Introduction to Afrikaans Literature

Afro-American Studies
S M5  Social Organization of Black Communities (same as Sociology M5)
H 6  Trends in Black Intellectual Thought
C101  For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
H M102  Culture, Media and Los Angeles (6 units)(same as Asian American
   Studies M197H and Honors Collegium M102)
H M103A African American Theater History: Slavery to Mid-1800s
   (same as Theater M103A)
H M103B African American Theater History: Minstrel Stage to
   Rise of the American Musical same as Theater M103B)
H M103E African American Theater History: The Depression to the Present
   (same as Theater M103E)
H M104A Early Afro-American Literature (same as English M104A)
H M104B Afro-American Literature from the Harlem Renaissance to the 1960's
   (same as English M104B)
H M104C Afro-American Literature since the 1960s (same as English M104C)
H CM110A-CM110B African American Music Heritage (same as Ethnomusicology CM110A-CM110B)
H CM112D African American Art
S M144  Ethnic Politics: Afro-American Politics (same as Political
   Science M144B)
H M145  Ellintonia (same as Ethnomusicology M111)
S M158A Comparative Slavery Systems (same as History M158A)
S M158B-M158C Introduction to Afro-American History (same as History M158B-M158C)
S M158E African American Nationalism in the First Half of the 20th Century (same    as History M158E)
S M164  The Afro-American Experience in the United States
   (same as Anthropology M164)
S M172  The Afro-American Woman in the U.S.
   (same as Psychology M172 and Women's Studies M172)
H M197  For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
H 197B  Special Studies in Comparative Literature: Caribbean Literature

American Indian Studies
S M10  Introduction to American Indian Studies (Same as World Arts and Cultures M23)(Formerly numbered 10)
S M161  Comparative American Indian Societies (Same as Sociology M161)
197  For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Ancient Near East
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 10  Jerusalem: The Holy City
H M104A-M104B Ancient Egyptian Civilization (same as History M104A-M104B)
S or H M105 History of Ancient Mesopotamia and Syria
H 130  Ancient Egyptian Religion
H 145  Sumerian Literary Texts
H 150A-150B-150C Survey of Ancient Near Eastern Literatures in English
H 161A-161B-161C Archeology of Mesopotamia
H 162  Archeology and Religion of the Holy Land
H 163A-163B Archeology of Iran
H 164A-164B-164C Archeology of Historical Periods in Mesopotamia
H 165  Archeology of Pharaonic Egypt
H 170  Introduction to Biblical Studies
H M194  The Hero in the Bible and the Ancient Near East
   (same as Folklore M185)

Anthropology
L 7  Human Evolution
S 8  Archaeology: An Introduction
S 9  Sociocultural Anthropology
L 10  Principles of Human Evolution: Genetic Basis
L 12  Principles of Human Evolution: Comparative Analysis
L 15  Human Biology and Behavior
S 33  Culture and Communication
S 34  Introduction to Urban Speech Communities
S 51  Social Inequality
S 60  Anthropology for Today
S or H 110 World Archeology
S 113P  Archeology of North America
S 113Q  Prehistory and Ethnography of California
S 113R  Southwestern Archeology
S 114P  Ancient Civilizations of Western Middle America (Nahuatl Sphere)
S 114Q  Ancient Civilizations of Eastern Middle America (Maya Sphere)
S 114R  Ancient Civilizations of Andean South America
S M115A-M115B Historical Archeology (same as History M103A-M103B)
S 130  Study of Culture
S 132  Technology and Environment
S M140  Language in Culture (same as Linguistics M146)
S 141  Ethnography of Everyday Speech
S 150  Study of Social Systems
S 151  Marriage, Family and Kinship
S 152  Politics: Tribe, State, Nation
S 153  Evolution of Human Societies
S 153P  Economic Anthropology
S M154P Gender Systems: North American (Formerly numbered M154)
   (Same as Women’s Studies M154P)
S M154Q Gender Systems: Global (Formerly numbered M154)
   (Same as Women’s Studies M154Q)
S M155Q Women and Social Movements (formerly numbered M155) (same as
   Women’s Studies M160)
S 156  Comparative Religion
S 158  Hunting and Gathering Societies
S 158P  Pastoral Nomads
S 159  Warfare and Conflict
S 161  Development Anthropology
S M162P Destruction & Survival of Indigenous Societies
   (same as World Arts and Cultures M162P)
S M164  The Afro-American Experience in the United States
   (same as Afro-American Studies M164)
S 165  Demographic Problems in Nonindustrial Societies
S 166  Cross-Cultural Research on Urban Gangs
S 167  Urban Anthropology
H 171  Sub-Saharan Africa
H 172R  Cultures of the Pueblo Southwest
H M172T Ethnohistory of Hispanic Cultures in the U.S. Southwest
   (same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M172T)
S M172V Culture Change and the Mexican People
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M172V)
H 173Q  Latin American Communities
H 174P  Ethnography of South American Indians
H 174Q  Ethnology of South American Indians
H 175R  Societies of Central Asia
H 175S  Japan
H 175T  Civilizations of East Asia
H 175U  Cultures of the Indonesian Archipelago
S 175V  Ethnology of Korea: Representing Lives in Contemporary South Korea
S 175W  Ideology and Social Change in Contemporary China
S 176  Culture Area of the Middle East
H 177  Cultures of the Pacific
H 182  History of Anthropology
S 183  History of Archeology
S 186P  Models of Cultural Evolution.

Arabic
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 120  Islamic Texts
H 130  Classical Arabic Texts
H 132  Philosophical and Kalam Texts
H 141  Modern Arabic Literature
H 150  Introduction to Arabic Literature and Culture
   (Formerly numbered 150A-150B)
H 151  Survey of Modern Arabic Literature in English

Armenian
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 103  Advanced Modern Armenian
H 150A-150B Survey of Armenian Literature in English
H 160A-160B Armenian Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Art History
H 50  Ancient Art
H 51  Medieval Art
H 54  Modern Art
H 55A  Africa, Oceania and Native America
H 55B  Arts of Pre-Columbian America
H 56A  Art of India and Southeast Asia
H 56B  Introduction to Chinese Art
H 57  Renaissance & Baroque Art
H 88A-88Z Lower Division Seminar
H 101A  Egyptian Art and Archaeology
H 101B  Egyptian Art and Archaeology of the Middle and New Kingdoms
H M102A Minoan Art and Archaeology (same as Classics M153A)
H M102B Mycenaean Art and Architecture (same as Classics M153B)
H M102C Archaic Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Classics M153C)
H M102D Classical Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Classics M153D)
H M102E Hellenistic Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Classics M153E)
H M102F Etruscan Art (same as Classics M153F)
H M102G Roman Art (same as Classics 153G)
H M102H Late Roman Art (same as Classics M153H)
H M102I-M102J-M102K Classical Archeology (same as Classics M153I-M153J-M153K)
H 104A  Western Islamic Art
H 104B  Eastern Islamic Art
H C104C Problems in Islamic Art
H 105A  Early Christian Art
H 105B  Early Medieval Art
H 105C  Romanesque Art
H 105D  Gothic Art
H 105E  Byzantine Art
H 105F  Late Gothic Art and Architecture
H 106A  Italian Art of the Trecento
H 106B  Italian Art of the Quattrocento
H 106C  Italian Art of the Cinquecento
H 106D  Late Renaissance Art: Counter-Reformation
H 108A-108B Northern Renaissance Art
H 108C  From Bruegel to Rubens
H 109A-109B Baroque Art
H 109C  European Art of the 18th Century
H 109D  Art and Architecture of Georgian England
H 110A  European Art of the 19th Century
H 110B  European Art of the 19th Century: Realism and Impressionism
H 110C  European Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries: Postimpressionism
   to Surrealism
H 110D  Contemporary Art
H 110E  Art and Politics in the Contemporary Americas:
   Post World War II U.S. Art and Politics
H 110F  Selected Topics in Modern Art
H 110G  Art and Politics in the Contemporary Americas: Latin America
H C110H Latin America Art of the 20th Century
H C112A American Art Before the Civil War
H C112B American Art in the Gilded Age 1860-1900
H C112C 20th Century American Art
H CM112D African American Art (Same as Afro-American Studies CM112D)
H 114A  Early Art of India
H 114C  Japanese Art
H 114D  Later Art of India
H 114E  Arts of Korea
H 114F  Arts of Southeast Asia
H C115A Advanced Indian Art
H C115B Advanced Chinese Art
H C115C Advanced Japanese Art
H C115D Art of Early China, Neolithic to 210 B.C.
H C115E Art and Material Culture of Early Imperial China,
   Han to T’ang (210 B.C. to A.D. 906)
H C115F Chinese Art from the Ming Dynasty to the People's
   Republic, 906 to the Present
H C117A Pre-Columbian Art of Mexico
H C117B Pre-Columbian Art of the Maya
H C117C Pre-Columbian Art of the Andes
H C117D Aztec Art
H 118A  Arts of Oceania
H 118C  Arts of Sub-Saharan Africa
H 118D  Arts of Native North America
H 118E  Advanced Studies in Non-Western Art
H C119A Advanced Studies in African Art: Western Africa
H C119B Advanced Studies in African Art: Central Africa
H 127  Undergraduate Seminar
H C150A Contemporary Art, 1940s to 1950s
H C150B Contemporary Art, 1960s to 1970s
H C150C Contemporary Art, 1980s to the Present
H C180A Art and Empire
H C180B Modernism and Mankind

Asian American Studies 
S 20 (Formerly numbered 100) Contemporary Asian American Communities
S 21  Asians and Pacific Islanders in American Society
S 99  (Formerly numbered 100A.) History of Asians in America
S 105  Asian American Historiography

S M110  Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Issues in America’s Health Care Systems
   (Same as Health Services M110)
H M112A Asian American Literature to 1980
   (Formerly numbered M112) (Same as English M102A)
H M112B Asian American Literature since 1980
   (Formerly numbered M112) (Same as English M102A)
S 113 Asian Americans and the Law
S 115  Asian American Women (formerly numbered 105)
H M119  Asian American Aesthetics (same as World Arts and Cultures M152)
S M123  Asian Pacific Americans in the U.S. Economy
S M129A Health Issues for Asian Pacific Islanders: Myth or Model?
   (Formerly numbered M197)(Same as Community Health Sciences M140)
S 130A-130E Asian American History and Experience
S 131A  Filipino American Community and Family.
H M132A Korean American Literature (same as Humanities M168)
   (Same as Comparative Literature M168)
H M132B  Chinese Immigrant Literature and Film.
   (Same as Chinese M153 and Comparative Literature M171)
S M153  The U.S. and the Philippines (same as History M153)
S M154  Chinese Immigration (Sociology M153)
S 164 Women, Violence and Resistance
S 171A-171E Critical Issues in U.S. - Asia Relations
S 197A-197Z For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
S 197H  Culture, Media, and Los Angeles (6 units)
   (same as Afro-American Studies M102 and Honors Collegium M102)

Asian Languages and Cultures (formerly East Asian Languages and Cultures)
H 60  Introduction to Buddhism (formerly numbered 41)
H 61  Introduction to Zen Buddhism
H 161  Buddhist Literature in Translation
H 162  Buddhist Meditation Traditions
C 197  Life Writing in East Asia

Berber Languages
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
S or H 130 The Berbers

Biology
S 11  Biomedical Research Issues in Minority Communities

Bulgarian
 (Listed under Slavic Languages & Literatures in the Catalog)
S or H 99 Introduction to Bulgarian Civilization
H 154  Survey of Bulgarian Literature

Chicana and Chicano Studies
H 10A  Introduction to Chicano Life and Culture
S 10B  Chicanos in American Society
H M103C Origins and Evolution of Chicano Theater (same as Theater M103C)
H M103D Contemporary Chicano Theater: Beginning of Chicano Theater Movement.
   (Same as Theater M103D and World Arts and Cultures M103D)
H M103H Contemporary Chicano Theater: Chicano Theater since 1980
   (Same as Theater M103H and World Arts and Cultures M103H)
H M105 A M105A. Early Chicana/Chicano Literature
   (Formerly numbered M105) (Same as English M105A)
H M105B M105B. Recent Chicana/Chicano Literature
   (Formerly numbered M105) (Same as English M105B)
H M115  Musical Aesthetics in Los Angeles (same as Ethnomusicology M115)
H M108A Music of Latin America: Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean Isles
   (same as Ethnomusicology M108A)
H M114  Chicanos in Film/Video (6 units) (same as Film and Television M117)
H M115  Musical Aesthetics in Los Angeles (same as Ethnomusicology M115)
H M116  Chicano Latino Music in the U.S. (same as Ethnomusicology M116)
S 120  Immigration and the Chicano Community
S 125  U.S./Mexico Relations
H M145A-M145B Introduction to Chicano Literature (same as Spanish M145A-M145B)
H M146  Chicano Narrative (same as Spanish M146)
S M147A Ethnic Politics: Chicano/Latino Politics (formerly numbered 147A)
   (same as Political Science M144A)
S M154  Contemporary Issues among Chicanas (same as Women's Studies M132B)
S M155  Latinos in the U.S. (same as Sociology M155)
S M159A-M159B History of the Chicano Peoples (same as History M159A-M159B)
S 168  Representations of Latinos in Print Media
H M172T Ethnohistory of Hispanic Cultures in the U.S. Southwest,
   (same as Anthropology M172T)
H M172V M172V. Culture Change and the Mexican People.
   (Same as Anthropology M172V)
H M197B For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Chinese
 (Listed under East Asian Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 50  Chinese Civilization (formerly numbered EALC 40A)
H 101A-101B Readings in Modern Expository Chinese
H 130A-130B Readings in Modern Chinese Literature
H 140A-140B-140C Readings in Classical Chinese Literature
   (formerly numbered 140ABC,143AB, 145AB)
H C150A  Lyrical Traditions (formerly 150A)
H 150B  Traditional Narrative and Drama
H 151  Chinese Literature in Translation: Modern Literature
   (formerly numbered 152))
H M153  Chinese Immigrant Literature and Film
H 155  Topics in Chinese Cinema
H C160  Chinese Buddhism (formerly numbered 160)
H 165  Introduction to Chinese Buddhist Texts
H 170  Readings in Chinese Philosophical Texts
H C175  Introduction to Chinese Thought (formerly numbered 175)
S 186  Archeology in China (formerly numbered 190)
H 187  Chinese Etymology and Calligraphy (formerly numbered 195)

Classics
S 10  Survey of Classical Greek Culture
S 20  Survey of Roman Civilization
H 30  Introduction to Classical Mythology (Formerly numbered 161)
H 40  Survey of Greek Literature in Translation
H 41  Survey of Latin Literature in Translation
H 42  Cinema and the Ancient World
H 50F  Power and Imagination in Ancient Rome
H 51  Art and Archaeology of the Classical World
H 55  Origins and Nature of English Vocabulary
H M70  Survey of Medieval Greek Culture (same as History M70)
H 88A  Lower Division Seminar on Socrates
H 88C  Lower Division Seminar on Comparative Mythology
H 88D  Lower Division Seminar on The Greek Symposium
H 140  Topics in the History of Greek Literature
H 141  Topics in the History of Latin Literature
H 142  Ancient Epic
H 143A  Ancient Drama (Formerly numbered 143)
H 144  Generic and Topical Studies in Ancient Culture
H M145A Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (same as Philosophy M103A)
H M145B Later Ancient Greek Philosophy (same as Philosophy M103B)
H M146A Plato - Earlier Dialogues (same as Philosophy M101A)
H M146B Plato - Later Dialogues (same as Philosophy M101B)
H M147  Aristotle (same as Philosophy M102)
H 150A  Origins of the Western View of Women: The Female in Greek Thought
H 150B  Origins of the Western View of Women: The Female in
   Roman and Early Christian Thought
S 152  The Ancient City
H M153A Minoan Art and Archaeology (same as Art History M102A )
H M153B Mycenaean Art and Architecture (same As Art History M102B)
H M153C Archaic Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Art History M102C)
H M153D Classical Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Art History M102D)
H M153E Hellenistic Greek Art and Archaeology (same as Art History M102E)
H M153F Etruscan Art (same as Art History M102F)
H M153G Roman Art (same as Art History M102G)
H M153H Late Roman Art (same as Art History M102H)
H 160  Legal Advocacy in Ancient World
H 162  Classical Myth in Literature
H 165  Ancient Athletics
H 166A  Greek Religion
H 166B  Roman Religion
H 167  Greek and Roman Magic
H 168  Comparative Mythology
S M170  Power and Imagination in Byzantium (same as History M122)
H 190  The Medieval Book

Communication Studies
S 10  Introduction to Communication Studies
S 101  Freedom of Communication
S M117  Rhetoric of Rule (same as French M143)
S M124  Psychology of Language and Gender
   (same as Psychology M137J and Women's Studies M137J)
S M125  Talk and Social Institutions (Same as Sociology CM125)
S 130  Cultural Factora in Interpersonal Communication
H 142  Rhetorical Theory
S M147  Sociology of Mass Communication (same as Sociology M176)
S 155  Communication Technology and Public Policy
S 171  Seminar: Theories of Freedom of Speech and Press
S 153  The Media and Aggression Against Women
S 180  Politics of Censorship
S 189  Multicultural Television and Society
197A-197Z For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Comparative Literature (formerly Humanities)
H  All courses from the Comparative Literature department are acceptable as    Humanities electives

Czech
 (Listed under Slavic Languages & Literatures in the Catalog)
H 155A-155B Czech Literature

Design
H 10  Nature of Design

Dutch
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 100  Modern Dutch Culture and Society
H 113  Modern Dutch and Flemish Literature in Translation
H 131  Introduction to Modern Dutch Literature

Economics
S 1,2  Principles of Economics
   (Not open to students with credit for Economics 100)
S 5  Introductory Economics
   (Not open to students with credit for courses 1, 2 or 100)
S 11  Microeconomic Theory
S 100  Economic Principles and Problems
   (Not open to students with credit for courses 1, 2 or 5)
S 101  Microeconomic Theory
S 102  Macroeconomic Theory
S M103A Research Seminars: Applications of Economic Theory (same as
   Political Science M139A)
S 103B  Research Seminars: Applications of Economic Theory
S 107  History of Economic Theory
S 110  Economic Problems of Underdeveloped Countries
   (Not open to students with credit for courses 111 or 112)
S 120  International Economics (Formerly numbered 190)
S 121  International Trade Theory (Formerly numbered 191)
S 130  Public Finance
S 137  Introduction to Urban and Regional Economics                                                                                             (Formerly numbered 120)                                                                                            
S M158  International Political Economy of Work and Gender
 (Same as Women’s Studies M123)
S 160  Money and Banking
S 180  Comparative Systems: Transformation of Socialist Economies
S 181A-181B Development of Economic Institutions in Western Europe
S 182  Centralized Economics Systems
S 183  Development of Economic Institutions in the U.S.
S 184  History of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in the American Economy
 

Education
S M108  Sociology of Education (same as Sociology M108)
S C191A  Philosophy of Education

Engineering Schoolwide
S or H 95 Ethical and Professional Issues in Engineering and Computer Science

S or H 193 Engineering and Society.
S or H 195 (formerly 98) Engineering Leadership

S or H 198 (F03) Engineering History
 

English
H 4  Critical Reading and Writing
H 10A  English Literature to 1660
H 10B  English Literature, 1660-1832
H 10C  English Literature, 1832 to the Present
H 70  Major British Authors before 1800
   (Not open for credit to students who have had 10A or 10B)
H 75  Major British Authors, 1800 to the Present
   (Not open for credit to students who have had 10B or 10C)
H 80  Major American Authors
   (Not open for credit to students who have had any courses
   in the 170 series)
H 85  The American Novel
   (Not open for credit to students with credit for any 170-series
   courses)
H 88A-88Z  Lower Division Seminars: Special Topics in English
 For special topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
H 90  Shakespeare (Not open for credit to students who have had 142A or 142B)
H 95A  Introduction to Poetry
H 95B  Introduction to Drama
H 95C  Introduction to Fiction
H 96  The Short Story in England and America
H M102 A Asian American Literature to 1980 (Formerly numbered M102)
   (Same as Asian American Studies M112A)
H M102 B Asian American Literature since 1980 (Formerly numbered M102)
   (Same as Asian American Studies M112B)
H 103  Jewish American Fiction
H M104A Early Afro-American Literature (same as Afro-American Studies M104A)
H M104B Afro-American Literature Since from the Harlem Renaissance to the 1960's    (same as Afro-American Studies M104B)
H M104C Afro-American Literature since the 1960s
   (same as Afro-American Studies M104C)
H M105A Early Chicana/Chicano Literature (Formerly numbered M105)
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M105A)
H M105 B Recent Chicana/Chicano Literature (Formerly numbered M105)
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M105B)
H 106  Native American Literary Studies
H M107A American Women Writers same as Women's Studies M107A)
H M107B British Women's Writers same as Women's Studies M107B)
H M107C Special Topics in Women & Literature same as Women's Studies M107C)
H 108A-108B The English Bible as Literature
H 108C  The English Bible as Literature: Special Topics
H 109  Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature
H 110  Studies in Individual Authors
H M111A The Literature of Myth and Oral Tradition (same as Folklore M111)
H M111B Anglo-American Folk Song same as Folklore M106 and Ethnomusicology M124)
H M111C British Folklore and Mythology (same as Folklore M121)
H M111D Celtic Mythology (same as Folklore M122)
H M111E Survey of Medieval Celtic Literature (same as Folklore M112)
H M111F Celtic Folklore (same as Folklore M127)
H M111G Oral Traditions in Africa (same as Folklore M155)
H 112  Children's Literature
H 113  Literature for Adolescents and Young Adults
H 114  World Literatures in English
H 115A  American Popular Literature
H 115B  British Popular Literature
H 116  Science Fiction
H 117  Detective Fiction
H 118  Film and Literature
H 119  Literature of California and the American West
H 121  History of the English Language
H 140A  Criticism: History and Theory.
H 140B  Criticism: Special Topics
H 141A  Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
H 141B  Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde and Selected Minor Works
H 142A  Shakespeare: Poems and Early Plays
H 142B  Shakespeare: Later Plays
H 142C  Shakespeare: Selected Topics
H 143  Milton
H 150A  Early Medieval Literature
H 150B  Late Medieval Literature
H 151  Elizabethan Literature
H 152A  Drama from the Beginning to 1576
H 152B  Drama, 1576-1642
H 153  Literature of the Early 17th Century, 1600-1660
H 154  Literature of the Restoration and Earlier 18th Century, 1660-1730
H 155  Literature of the Later 18th Century, 1730-1798
H 156  Drama, 1660-1842
H 157  The Novel to 1832
H 160  Earlier Romantic Literature
H 161  Later Romantic Literature
H 162  Earlier Victorian Poetry and Prose
H 163  Later Victorian Prose and Poetry
H 164  The Novel, 1832-1900
H 165  20th Century British Poetry
H 166  20th Century British Fiction
H 167  Drama, 1842-1945
H 168  Drama, 1945-the Present
H 170A  American Literature to 1775
H 170B  American Literature, 1775 to 1832
H 171A  American Literature, 1832 to 1865
H 171B  American Literature 1866 to 1912
H 172A  American Literature, 1912 to 1945
H 172B  American Literature since 1945
H 173A  American Fiction to 1900
H 173B  American Fiction, 1900 to 1945
H 173C  American Fiction since 1945
H 174A  American Poetry to 1900
H 174B  American Poetry, 1900 to 1945
H 174C  American Poetry since 1945
H 175  American Nonfictional Prose
H 176  American Drama
H 177  Special Topics in American Literature
H 178  Perspectives in Study of American Culture
H 179  American Literature in Comparative Context
H 180-189 For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
H 190  Literature and Society
H 196  Interracial Encounters in Contemporary America Literature
H M197A Topics in Afro-American Literature (Formerly numbered M197)
   (Same as Afro-American Studies M197A)
H M197B Topics in Chicana/Chicano Literature
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M197B)
H M197C Topics in Asian American Literature

Ethnomusicology (formerly Ethnomusicology & Systematic Musicology)
H 20A-20B-20C Musical Cultures of the World
H 106A-106B-106C Music of the American Indians)
H M108A-108B Music of Latin America (M108A same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M108A)
H CM110A-CM110B Afro-American Musical Heritage (same as Afro-American
   Studies CM110A-CM110B)
H M111  Ellingtonia (same as Afro-American Studies M145)
H 113  Music of Brazil
H M115  Musical Aesthetics in Los Angeles (same as Chicana and Chicano
   Studies M115)
H M116  Chicao/Latino Music in the U.S. (same as Chicana and Chicano
   Studies M116)
H 117  American Popular Music
H 118  The Development of Rock
H 120A-120B Development of Jazz
H 121  Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Jazz
H 123  Music of Bebop
H M124  Anglo-American Folk Song (same as English M111B and Folklore CM106)
H M126  Folk Music of Western Europe (same as Folklore M181)
H 128  Folk Music of Eastern Europe
H 130  Folk Music of the Mediterranean
H CM132 Celtic Folk Music (same as Folklore CM132)
H 136A-136B Music of Africa
H 146  Folk Music of South Asia
H 147  Survey of Classical Music in India
H 156A-156B Music of China
H 157  History of Chinese Opera
H 158A-158B-158C Studies in Chinese Instrumental Music
H 160A  Survey of Music in Japan
H 160B  Studies in Japanese Court Music
H 174  Aesthetics of Music
H 175  Sociology of Music
H 181  The Anthropology of Music

Film and Television
H 106A  History of the American Motion Picture (6 units)
H 106B  History of the European Motion Picture (6 units)
H 106C  History of African, Asian and Latin American Film (6 units)
H 107  Experimental Film (6 units)
H 108  History of Documentary Film (6 units)
H 110A  History of Broadcasting
H 112  Film and Social Change (6 units)
H 113  Film Authors (6 units)
H 114  Film Genres (6 units)
H M117  Chicanos in Film/Video (6 units)
   (same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M114)
S 128  Media and Ethnicity
H 181A  Animation Design in Film and Television

French
H 12  Introduction to Study of French Literature
H 14  Introduction to French Civilization
H 41  French Cinema and Culture
H 63  Contemporary French Theater
H 64A-64B-64C The French Novel in Translation
H 114A-114B-114C Survey of French Literature (in French)
H 125  Evolution of French Comedy
H Any French literature course given in French or English is acceptable.  Also:
S 130A-130B-130C History of French Civilization and Institutions
S 132  Contemporary France
H 140  Women's Studies in French Literature
H 141  Cinema and Literature in France
H 142  Poetry and Music
S M143  Rhetoric of Rule (same as Communication Studies M117)
H 157  Studies in French Critical Theory and Philosophy
H 158  Studies in History of Ideas

Geography
L 2  Biogeography
S 3  Cultural Geography
S 4  Introduction to Economic Geography
L 5  People and the Earth's Ecosystems
S M128  Global Environment and Development: Problems and Issues.
   (Formerly numbered 128) (Same as Urban Planning CM128)
S 130  Geographical Discovery and Exploration
S 133  Cultural geography of the Modern World
S 134  Space, Place, and Nature in Western Thought
S 135  African Ecology and Development
S 136  Technology, Nature and the American Landscape
S 140  Political Geography
S M145  Urban Poverty and Public Policy in the U.S. (same as Sociology M144)
S 150  Urban Geography
S 151  Historical Geography of Cities
S 156  Metropolitan Los Angeles

German
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 50A-50B Masterworks of German Literature in Translation
H Any German literature course given in German or English is acceptable.  Also:
H 100A  German Civilization and Culture before 1700
H 100B  Modern German Civilization and Culture from 1700 to 1919
H 100C  German Civilization and Culture in the 20th Century
H 101A  Introduction to German Poetry (in German)
H 101B  Introduction to German Drama (in German)
H 101C  Introduction to German Narrative Prose (in German)
H 104  Introduction to German Enlightenment, Sturm und Drang, and Classicism
   (formerly numbered 103)
H 105  Introduction to German Literature from Romanticism to Realism
H 106  Introduction to Modern Literature
H 107  Introduction to Contemporary Literature
H M119G Interwar Central European Prose
   (Same as Comparative Literature M162 and Slavic M125)
H M119H Postwar Central European Prose.
   (Same as Comparative Literature M166 and Slavic M126)
H M119K Tristan, Isolde, and History of Heterosexuality
   (Same as Women’s Studies M119)
121D  For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Greek
 (Listed under Classics in the Catalog)
H Any Greek literature course given in Greek or English is acceptable.

Hebrew
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog 120  Biblical Texts
H literature course is also acceptable.

History
S 1A-1C Introduction to Western Civilization
S or H 2A Power, Ethics, and Technological Change (Formerly numbered 98)
S 2B  Social Knowledge and Social Power

S 3A-3C Introduction to History of Science
S 3D  Themes in History of Medicine
S 4  Introduction to History of Religions
S 8A Colonial Latin America
S 8B  Political Economy of Latin American Underdevelopment, 1750 to 1930.
S 8C  Latin America: Social History
S or H 9A-9C-9D-9E Introduction to Asian Civilizations
S or H 10A-10B Introduction to Civilizations of Africa

S or H 11A-11B History of China
S 13A-13C History of the U.S. and Its Colonial Origins.
S 20  World History:  to A.D. 600
S 21  World history  Circa 600 to 1760
S 22  Contemporary World History,  1760 to the Present
88 Sophomore Seminars: History

(formerly 88A)For seminar courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for consideration by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

S 97A-O Introduction to Historical Practice: Variable Topics

For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for review and approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

S 100 History and Historians

S 102  Explorations in Psychoanalysis and History
S M102A-M102B. Historical Archaeology: World Perspective.
(Formerly numbered M103A-M103B) (Same as Anthropology M115A-M115B)
S or H M103A -M103B Ancient Egyptian Civilization.
(Formerly numbered M104A-M104B) (Same as Ancient Near East M103A-M103B)

S or H M104 History of Ancient Mesopotamia and Syria . (4)
(Formerly numbered M105.) (Same as Ancient Near East M104.)

S or H 105A-105C. Survey of Middle East from 500 to the Present

(Formerly numbered 106A-106C)

106A. Premodern Islam.
(Formerly numbered 107)

S or H 107A-107C Armenian History

(Formerly numbered 112A-112C)

S 107E Caucasus under Russian and Soviet Rule
(Formerly numbered 113)

S or H 108A-108B History of the Arabs
S or H 109A-109B History of North Africa from the Moslem Conquest
S or H 110B Iranian History
S or H 111A-111C  Topics in Middle Eastern History
S or H 112A-112C History of Ancient Mediterranean World

(Formerly numbered 115A-115C)
S or H 113A-113B History of Ancient Greece

(Formerly numbered 116A-116B)
S or H 114A-114C History of Rome

(Formerly numbered 117A-117C)
 S or H 116A-116B Byzantine History

(Formerly numbered 123A-123B)

S or H M116C. Power and Imagination in Byzantium
(Formerly numbered M122.) (Same as Classics M170C.)

S or H C117A. Early Medieval Intellectual History: Thought, Literacy, and Religion Circa 400 to 1000
(Formerly numbered C119A.)

S or H C117B. Later Medieval Intellectual History: Thought, Literacy, and Religion Circa 1100 to 1500

(Formerly numbered C119B.)

S or H 117C. Christian Church, 100 to 1517

(Formerly numbered 119M.)

S or H 118B Christian Religion, 100 to 1350
(Formerly numbered 120M.)

S 119A-119B Medieval Europe
(Formerly numbered 121A-121B)

S or H 119C. Medieval Civilization: Mediterranean Heartlands
(Formerly numbered 121C.)
S or H 120A-120B East-Central Europe
(Formerly numbered 124A-124B)

S 121A-121F History of Modern Europe

(Formerly 125A-125F)

S 122A-122F Cultural and Intellectual History of Modern Europe

(Formerly 126A-126F

S 123A-123C War and Diplomacy in Europe

(Formerly numbered 127A-127C)

S 124A-124C History of France: France
(Formerly numbered 128A-128C)

S 125A. Baroque and Enlightenment Germany
(Formerly numbered 129A)

S 125B. Nationalism and Modernization in 19th-Century Germany.
(Formerly numbered 129B)

S 125C. 20th-Century Germany
(Formerly numbered 129C)

S 125D. History of Low Countries
(Formerly numbered 129D)

S 126 Europe in Age of Revolution, Circa 1775 to 1815. (4)
(Formerly numbered 130)

S or H 127A-127D History of Russia:

(Formerly numbered 131A-131D)
S 128A-128C- History of Italy

(Formerly numbered 132A-132C)

S 129A129B Social History of Spain and Portugal

 (Formerly numbered 133A-133B)
S 130A-130B Europe in the Age of Revolution,  500-1918
S 131A-131B Marxist Theory and History
(Formerly numbered 135A-135B)
S M133A-133C History of Women in Europe

 (Formerly numbered 137A-137C) (Same as Women's Studies M133A-M133C)
S 134B-134C Economic History of Europe

 (Formerly numbered 139B-139C)
S 135A-135C Europe and World

 (Formerly numbered 140A-140C)
S 136A- 136C History of Britain

(Formerly numbered 141A-141C)
S 137A-137B British Empire

(Formerly numbered 142A-142B)
S 138A Colonial America, 1600 to 1763
(Formerly numbered 145A)

S 138B  Revolutionary America, 1760 to 1800
(Formerly numbered 145B.)

S 138C. U.S. History, 1800 to 1850

 (Formerly numbered 146)
S 139A U.S., Civil War and Reconstruction
(Formerly numbered 147A)

S 139B U.S., 1875 to 1900
(Formerly numbered 147B)
S 139C American South, 1877 to the Present
(Formerly numbered 147C)

S 140A-140C 20th-Century U.S. History
(Formerly numbered 148A-148C)

S 141A-141B American Economic History
(Formerly numbered 149A-149B)

S or H 142A-142B Intellectual History of the U.S

 (Formerly numbered 150A-150B)

S or H 142C. History of Religion in the U.S.  
(Formerly numbered 150C)

S 143A-143B Constitutional History of the U.S

 (Formerly numbered 151A-151B)

S 144A-144B American Diplomatic History
(Formerly numbered 152A-152B)

S M144C Critical Issues in U.S.-Philippine Relations
(Formerly numbered M153) (Same as Asian American Studies M171D)

S 145A-145B U.S. Urban History
(Formerly numbered 154A-154B)

S 145C-145D History of American Architecture and Material Culture
(Formerly numbered 154C-154C)

S 146A-146B American Working Class Movements  
(Formerly numbered 155A-155B)

S 146C-146D U.S. and Comparative Immigration History
(Formerly numbered 160A-160B)

S 147A-147B American Social History
(Formerly numbered 156A-156B)

S M147C-M147D History of Women
(Formerly numbered 156C-156D) (Same as Women's Studies M147B, M147D)

S 149A-149B North American Indian History
(Formerly numbered 157A-157B)

S M150A Comparative Slavery Systems
(Formerly numbered M158A) (Same as Afro-American Studies M158A)

S M150B-M150C Introduction to Afro-American History
(Formerly numbered M158B-M158C) (Same as Afro-American Studies M158B-M158C)

S M150D Recent African American Urban History: Funk Music and Politics of Black Popular Culture
(Formerly numbered M158D) (Same as Afro-American Studies M150D)

S M150E. African American Nationalism in First Half of the 20th Century
(Formerly numbered M158E) (Same as Afro-American Studies M158E)

S M151A-M151B History of Chicano Peoples

(Formerly numbered M159A-M159B) (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M159A-M159B)

S M151C. Understanding Whiteness in American History and Culture

(Formerly numbered M144) (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M182)

S 152 Asians in American History
S 153 American West
(Formerly numbered 162)

S 154 History of California
(Formerly numbered 163)

S M155 History of Los Angeles
(Formerly numbered M164) (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M183)

S 157A Early Latin America
(Formerly numbered 165A)
S 157B Indians of Colonial Mexico
(Formerly numbered 165C)
S 159 Latin America in the 19th Century
(Formerly numbered 159B.)

S 160A Latin American Elitelore
(Formerly numbered 169)

S 160B Mexican Revolution since 1910

(Formerly numbered 171)
S 161 Issues in Latin American History
(Formerly numbered 161C)

S 162A Modern Brazil
(Formerly numbered 173)

S 162B Brazil and Atlantic World, 1500 to 1822

(Formerly numbered 174)
S 162C History of Argentina
(Formerly numbered 172)

S or H M164A Topics in African History: Prehistoric Africa -- Technological and Cultural Traditions

(Formerly numbered M175A) (Same as Anthropology M119)

S or H 164B-164E Topics in African History: Africa and Slave Trade
(Formerly numbered 175B-175E)

S or H 166A-166B  History of West Africa

 (Formerly numbered 176A-176B)

S or H 166C Social and Economic History of West Africa since 1600  
(Formerly numbered 176C)

S or H 167A History of Northeast Africa
(Formerly numbered 177)

S or H 167B History of East Africa
(Formerly numbered 178A)

S or H 167C History of Central Africa
(Formerly numbered 178B)

S or H 168A-168B  History of Southern Africa

(Formerly numbered 179A-179B)

S or H 169A-169B Thought and Society in China
(Formerly numbered 182A-182B)

S or H 170A Culture and Power in Late Imperial China
(Formerly numbered 183A)
S or H M170C. History of Women in China, A.D. 1000 to the Present
(Formerly numbered 183C) (Same as Women's Studies M170C)

S or H 170D. 20th-Century China  
(Formerly numbered 184)

S or H 172A-172C Japanese History

 (Formerly numbered 187A-187C)

S or H 173A Japanese Popular Culture  
(Formerly numbered 185A)
S or H M173B Women in 20th-Century Japan
(Formerly numbered 185B) (Same as Women's Studies M173B)

S or H 173C Shinto, Buddhism, and Japanese Folk Religion  
(Formerly numbered 186)

S or H 174A Early History of India
(Formerly numbered 188A)
S or H 174B-174C  History of British India

(Formerly numbered 188B-188C)

S or H 174D Classical Age of Indian History, A.D. 300 to 1000
(Formerly numbered 188D)
S or H 174E Bhakti Traditions in Indian History
(Formerly numbered 188E)
S or H 175A Cultural and Political History of Contemporary South Asia
(Formerly numbered 189A)

S or H M175B Indian Identity in the U.S. and Diaspora
(Formerly numbered M189) (Same as Asian American Studies M172)

S or H 176A-176B History of Southeast Asia
(Formerly numbered 190A-190B)

S or H 176C Philippine History

 (Formerly numbered 190C)

S or H 176D Premodern Vietnamese History
(Formerly numbered 190E)

S or H 176E. Vietnam: Past and Present
(Formerly numbered 190D)

S or H 177A National Histories of Southeast Asia
(Formerly numbered 190Y)

S or H 177B Comparative Histories of Southeast Asia
(Formerly numbered 190Z)
S or H 179A History of Medicine: Historic Roots of Healing Arts
(Formerly numbered 195A)

S or H 179B History of Medicine: Foundations of Modern Medicine
(Formerly numbered 195B)

S or H 179C Medicine and Society in 19th-Century America  
(Formerly numbered 156H)
S or H M182A Ancient Jewish History from Patriarchs to Rabbis
(Formerly numbered M191A) (Same as Jewish Studies M182A)

S or H M182B Between Crescent and Cross: Jewish Middle Ages
(Formerly numbered M191B) (Same as Jewish Studies M182B)

S or H M182C Jewish History from Spanish Expulsion to 1881
(Formerly numbered M191C) (Same as Jewish Studies M182C)

S or H M182D European Jewry from 1881 to the Present
(Formerly numbered M191G) (Same as Jewish Studies M182D)

S or H M182E Jewish Intellectual History: Medieval Period
(Formerly numbered M192A) (Same as Jewish Studies M182E

S or H M182F Jewish Intellectual History: Modern Period
(Formerly numbered M192.) (Same as Jewish Studies M182)
S or H 183A-183B Third Reich and Jews
(Formerly numbered 191E-191F)

S or H M184A Jewish Civilization: Encounter with Great World Cultures
(Formerly numbered M191H) (Same as Jewish Studies M184A)

S or H M184B History of Anti-Semitism
(Formerly numbered M191D) (Same as Jewish Studies M184B)

S or H M184C American Jewish Experience

 (Formerly numbered M191I.) (Same as Jewish Studies M184C)

S or H M184D History of State of Israel from 1948 to the Present
(Formerly numbered M191S) (Same as Jewish Studies M184D

185A History of Religions: Myth
(Formerly numbered 193A)
185B-185C Religions of South and Southeast Asia
(Formerly numbered 193B-193C)

M185D Religions of Ancient Near East
(Formerly numbered M193D) (Same as Ancient Near East M185D)
S or H 186A History of Early Christians
(Formerly numbered 194A)
S or H 186B Religious Environment of Early Christians
(Formerly numbered 194B)

S or H 186C Jesus of Nazareth in Historical Research  
(Formerly numbered 194C)
191s - Undergraduate Variable Topics Seminars

For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus prior to

enrollment, for consideration by the dean in 6426 BH

Honors Collegium
For Honors Collegium courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Humanities
H   any course is acceptable

Hungarian
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 120A-120B Readings in Hungarian
H 120C  Readings in Hungarian Literature
H 121A-121B Survey of Hungarian Literature in Translation
H 130  Hungarian Civilization and Culture
H M135  Hungarian Folklore and Mythology (same as Folklore M128)
H M136  Folklore and Mythology of the Ugric Peoples (same as Folklore M129)

Indo-European Studies
H 131  European Archaeology: Proto-Civilizations of Europe
H 132  European Archaeology: The Bronze Age

Iranian
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 120  Comparative Study of Six Major Persian Poets
H 140  Contemporary Persian Belles Lettres
H 141  Contemporary Persian Analytical Prose
S 142  Persian Popular Ethics
H 150A-150B Survey of Persian Literature in English
H 169  Civilization of Pre-Islamic Iran
H 170  Religion in Ancient Iran
H 180A-180B Iranian Civilization

Islamics
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 110  Introduction to Islam

Italian
H Any Italian literature course given in Italian or English is acceptable.  Also:
H 42A-42B Italy through the Ages, in English
H 46  Italian Cinema and Culture
H 50A-50B Masterpieces of Italian Literature in English
H 102A-102B-102C Italian Cultural Experience, in English
H 103A-103B-103C Introduction to Italian Literature and Literary Analysis
H 121  Italian Cinema
H 122  Italian Theater
H M140  Italian Novella from Bocaccio to Basile (same as Folklore M140)
S M158  Women in Italian Culture (same as Women's Studies M158)
197  For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Japanese
 (Listed under East Asian Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 50  Japanese Civilization
H 60  introduction to Japanese Literature
H 90  Japanese Aesthetics and Tea Ceremony
H 130A-130B-130C Readings in Modern Japanese Literature (formerly numbered 130,131,133)
H 140A-140B-140C Introduction to Classical Japanese Literature
  (formerly numbered 140,141,142)
H C149  Introduction to Kambun and other Literary Styles
H 150  Japanese Literature in Translation: Classical
H 151  Japanese Literature in Translation: Modern
H 154  Postwar Japanese Culture through Literature
H 155  Topics in Japanese Cinema
H C160  Japanese Buddhism
H 161  Religious Life in Modern Japan
H 165  Introduction to Japanese Buddhist Texts
H 175  Introduction to Japanese Thought
H M182  Japanese Folklore (same as Folklore M182)
H C195  Japanese Aesthetics and Hermeneutics (formerly numbered 190)

Jewish Studies
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 10  Social, Cultural and Religious Institutions of Judaism
H 130  Modern Jewish Religious Movements and their Ideologies
S 140A-140B American Jewish History
S 141  Modern Anti-Semitism
S 142  The History and Institutions of the State of Israel
H M143  Introduction to Jewish Folklore (same as Folklore M142)
H M150A-150B Hebrew Literature in English(M150A same as Comparative Literature M101)
H 151A-151B Modern Jewish Literature in English
H 155  Literature of the Cabala
H 175  Modern Hebrew Novel as a Film

H or S Jewish M184A (same as Hist M184A, formerly Jewish M100)
H M187  The Holocaust in Literature (same as Comparative Literature M165)
H or S M191A-M191B Survey of Jewish History (same as History M191A-M191B)
H M191C-M191D Focal Themes in Jewish History (same as History M191C-M191D)
H M192A-M192B Jewish Intellectual History (same as History M192A-192B)

Korean
 (Listed under East Asian Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 50  Korean Civilization
H 150  Korean Literature in Translation: Classical
H 151  Korean Literature in Translation: Modern
H 155  Topics in Korean Cinema
H 160  Korean Buddhism
H 165  Introduction to Korean Buddhist Texts
H 175  Introduction to Traditional Korean Thought
H 176  Introduction to Korean Confucian Texts
H 177  Introduction to Modern Korean Thought
H 180A-180B-180C Cultural History of Korea

Latin
 (Listed under Classics in the Catalog)
H Any Latin literature course is acceptable.

Linguistics
H 1  Introduction to Study of Language
S 2  Language in the U.S.
H 10  Structure of English Words
H 20  Introduction to Linguistics
S M115  Survey of African Languages (same as African Languages M190)
S M146  Language in Culture (same as Anthropology M140)
S 170  Language and Society
 One course of formal University foreign language instruction at level four or higher
 may be used toward the humanities section of the SEAS General Education Requirement.

Medical History
S 107A-107B Historical Development of Medical Sciences

Military Science
 (Listed under ROTC Programs in the Catalog)
 (Six units maximum are allowed for ROTC courses)
S 12  U.S. Defense Establishment II (2 units)
S 110  U.S. Military History (3 units)

Music
H 15  Art of Listening

Music History
H 2A. Introduction to Literature of Music
H 2B. Introduction to Literature of Music
H 4. The Beatles
H 5. History of Rock and Roll
H 7. Film and Music
H 8. History of Electronic Dance Music (Formerly numbered 138.)
H 10. Music Now
H 13. 20th-Century Music of the Western World
H 60. American Musical (Formerly numbered 45.)
H 63. Bach (Formerly numbered 133)
H 70. Beethoven (Formerly numbered 34.)
H 130. Music of the U.S.
H 131. American Popular Song
H 132. Mozart
H 135A. History of Opera: Baroque and Classical Periods
H 135B. History of Opera: Romantic Period
H 135C. History of Opera: 20th Century
H M136. Music and Gender (Formerly numbered 136.) (Same as Women's Studies M136.)
H 139. History and Literature of Church Music
H 150. History of Jazz.
H 188. Topics in Music History (Formerly numbered 188A-188F.)
H 189A. The Symphony (Formerly numbered 189.)
H 189B. The Symphony

Naval Science
 (Listed under ROTC Programs in the Catalog)
S 20B  Seapower and Maritime Affairs (2 units)
S 103  Evolution of Warfare
 (Six units maximum are allowed for ROTC courses)

Near Eastern Language and Culture
H 50A-50B-50C Introduction to Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Old Norse and Medieval Scandinavian
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 40  The Heroic Journey in Northern Myth, Legend and Epic
H C139  The Saga
H C140  Viking Civilization and Literature
H C145  Old Norse Literature and Society

Philosophy
H 1  The Beginnings of Western Philosophy
H 2  Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
H 4  Philosophical Analysis of Contemporary Moral Issues
H 5A  Philosophy in Literature
H 6  Introduction to Political Philosophy
H 7  Introduction to Philosophy of Mind
H 8  Introduction to Philosophy of Science
H 21  Skepticism and Rationality
H 22  Introduction to Ethical Theory (Not open for credit to students with credit for Philos 22W)
H 22W  Introduction to Ethical Theory (Not open for credit to students with credit for Philos 22)
H 100A  History of Greek Philosophy
H 100B  Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy
H 100C  History of Modern Philosophy, 1650-1800
H M101A Plato - Earlier Dialogues (same as Classics M146A)
H M101B Plato - Later Dialogues (same as Classics M146B)
H M102  Aristotle (same as Classics M147)
H M103A Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (same as Classics M145A)
H M103B Later Ancient Greek Philosophy (same as Classics M145B)
H 104  Topics in Islamic Philosophy
H 105  Medieval Philosophy from Augustine to Maimonides
H 106  Later Medieval Philosophy
H 107  Topics in Medieval Philosophy
H C108  Hobbes
H C109  Descartes
H C110  Spinoza
H C111  Leibniz
H C112  Locke and Berkeley
H C114  Hume
H 115  Kant
H 116  19th Century Philosophy
H 117  Late 19th and Early 20th Century Philosophy
H 118  Kierkegaard
H C119  Topics in Modern Philosophy
H 124  Philosophy of Science: Historical
H 125  Philosophy of Science: Contemporary
H 126  Philosophy of Science: Social Sciences
H 129  Philosophy of Psychology
H 130  Philosophy of Space and Time
H 131  Science and Metaphysics
H 132  Philosophy of Biology
H 150  Society and Morals
H 151A-151B-151C History of Ethics
H 153A  Topics in Ethical Theory: Normative Ethics
H or S 153B  Topics in Ethical Theory: Metaethics
H 154  Topics in Value Theory: Rationality and Action
H 155  Medical Ethics
H 156  Topics in Political Philosophy
H 157A-157B History of Political Philosophy
H 161  Topics in Aesthetic Theory
H 166  Introduction to Legal Philosophy
H 170  Philosophy of Mind
H or S 172  Philosophy of Language and Communication
H 175  Topics in Philosophy of Religion
H 177A  Existentialism
H 177B  Historical Studies in Existentialism
H 178  Phenomenology
H 179  Oriental Philosophy: Buddhism
H or S 181 (Formerly numbered 187)  Philosophy of Action
H 181 (Formerly numbered 188)  Philosophy of Perception
H 182  Elements of Metaphysics
H 183  Theory of Knowledge
H 184  Topics of Metaphysics
H 186  Topics in Theory of Knowledge
H 189  Major Philosophers of the 20th Century
H M192  Philosophical Analysis of Issues in Feminist Theory,
     (same as Women's Studies M110D)
H 193  Christian Ethical Thought
H 195  19th and 20th Century Religious Thought

Polish
 (Listed under Slavic Languages & Literatures in the Catalog)
H 152A-152B-152C Survey of Polish Literature

Policy Studies
S 10A  Introduction to Public Policy
S 104  Culture and Political Structure of Los Angeles
S 141  Employment Labor Policy: Survey
S 142  Labor Markets and Public Policy
S 145  Labor Policies in the U.S.:Historical Perspective

Political Science
S 10  Introduction to Political Theory
S 20  World Politics
S 30  Introduction to Political Economy
S 40  Introduction to American Politics
S 50  Introduction to Comparative Politics
S 111A-111B-111C History of Political Thought
S 112  Nature of the State
S 113  Problems in  20th-Century Political Theory
S 114A-114B American Political Thought
S 115  Theories of Political Change
S 116  Marxism
S 117  Jurisprudence
S 118  Political Violence
S 119A-119Z For Special Studies courses see your academic counselor in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
S 120  Foreign Relations of the U.S.
S 121  Studies in Formulation of American Foreign Policy
S 122A  World Order (Formerly numbered 122)
S 123A-123B International Law
S 124  International Political Economy
S 125  Arms Control and International Security
S 126  Peace and War
S 127A-127B Atlantic Area in World Politics
S 128A-128B Soviet Sphere in World Politics
S 129   Comparative foreign Economic Policy
S 130   Politics of Latin American Economic Development
S 131  Latin American International Relations
S 132A-132B International Relations of the Middle East
S 133  International Relations of Sub-Saharan Africa
S 134  Foreign Policy Decision Making and  Tools of Statecraft
S 135   International Relations of China
S 136  International Relations of Japan
S 137A-137Z  For Special Studies courses see your academic counselor in 6426 BH prior to enrollment
S M139A Political and Economic Issues in the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons    (same as Economics M103A)
S 140A-140B-140C National Institutions
S M144 A-M144B Ethnic Politics (M144A same as Chicana and Chicano
   Studies M147A, M144B same as Afro-America Studies M144)
S 151A-151B-151C Africa Politics 152A-152B-152C Government and Politics of West European Countries
S 153A-153B   Comparative Government and Politics of Western Europe
S 154A-154B Government and Politics in Latin America

S M154C  Political Science Black Experience in Latin America and Caribbean
S 155 Advanced Pluralist Democracies
S 156A-156D  Government and Politics of Post- Communist States
S 157  Government and Politics in the Middle East
S 159A-159B  Government and Politics of China
S 160  Government and Politics of Japan
S 167A  Ideology and Development in World Politics
S 167B  Comparative Development and Administration
S 168  Comparative Political Analysis
S 169 For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

Portuguese
 (Listed under Spanish and Portuguese in the Catalog)
H M35  Spanish, Portuguese and Nature of Language same as Spanish M35)
H 40A-40B Portuguese, Brazilian and African Literature in Translation
H Any Portuguese literature course given in Portuguese or English is acceptable. Also:
H M42  Civilization of Spain and Portugal (same as Spanish M42)
H M44  Civilization of Spanish America and Brazil (same as Spanish M44)
H 46  Brazilian Culture and Civilization
H 103  Language and Popular Culture (Formerly numbered 101A)
H 120A-120B Survey of Portuguese Literature (in Portuguese)
H 130A-130B Survey of Brazilian Literature

Psychology
S 10  Introductory Psychology
L 15  Introductory Psychobiology
S 88A  Lower Division Seminar -Stress, Adaptation and Coping
S 127  Abnormal Psychology
S 129D  Personality
S 129E  Human Sexuality
S 132  Learning Disabilities in Perspective
S 135  Social Psychology
S 137A  Sport Psychology
S 137D  Introduction to Health Psychology
S M137E Work Behavior of Women and Men (same as Women's Studies M137E)
S M137I Interpersonal Influence and Social Power
S M137J Psychology of Language and Gender (same as Communication
   Studies M124 and Women's Studies M137J)
S M140 Introduction to Study of Aging
S M163  Death and Suicide: Psychological and Sociological Aspects,
   (same as Sociology M138)
S M165  Psychology of Gender (same as Women's Studies M165)
S 170A  Behavior Modification
S M172  The Afro-American Woman in the U.S.,
   (same as Afro-American Studies M172 and Women's Studies M172)
S 178  Human Motivation
S 187A  Psychology and Law

Romanian
 (Listed under Slavic Languages & Literatures in the Catalog)
H 99  Introduction to Romanian Civilization
H 152  Survey of Romanian Literature

Russian
 (Listed under Slavic Languages & Literatures in the Catalog)
H Any Russian literature course given in Russian or English is acceptable.  Also:
H 25  The Russian Novel in Translation
H 30  Russian Literature and World Cinema.
H 99A  Introduction to Russian Civilization
H 99B  Russian Civilization in the 20th Century
H 120  Literature and Revolution
H 127  Women in Russian Literature
H 128  Russian Science Fiction
H M150  Russian Folk Literature (same as Folklore M150)
H M170  Russian Folklore (same as Folklore M170)

Scandinavian
 (Listed under Scandinavian Section in the Catalog)
H 50  Introduction to Scandinavian Literature
H 141  Backgrounds of Scandinavian Literature
H 142  Scandinavian Literature of the 19th Century
H 143  Scandinavian Literature of the 20th Century
H C144  Henrik Ibsen on the World Stage
H C145  Getting Married: Strindberg and the Battle of the Sexes
H C146  Kierkegaard and Foundations of Existentialism
H C147  Pan’s Prophet: Knut Hamsun and Other Interpreters
   of Nature as Modern Idyll
H C180  Literature and Scandinavian Society
H 181  Contemporary Swedish Literature
H C182  Theory of the Scandinavian Novel
H 184  Hans Christian Andersen
H C185  Seminar: Scandinavian Literature
H C186  Voices of Women in Scandinavian Literature
H 187  Scandinavian Film: Bergman and Others (formerly numbered 60)

Slavic
 (Listed under Slavic Languages and Literature in the Catalog)
H 99  Introduction to Slavic Civilization
H M125  Interwar Central European Prose
   (Same as Comparative Literature M162 and German M119G)
H 126  Postwar Central European Prose
   (Formerly M126 & was same as Comparative Literature M166 and German M119H)
H 177  Baltic Languages and Cultures (2 units)
H M179  Baltic and Slavic Folklore and Mythology (same as Folklore M126)

Social Sciences
S 20  Racial Minorities in the U.S.
S 100  History and Politics of Affirmative Action

Social Welfare
S 100A  Introduction to Social Welfare: Policies and Programs
S 100B Social Welfare Policy: Overview
S 101  Social Welfare in a Multicultural Society
S 104A  Filipino American Community and Family
S 104B  Japanese American Redress
S M104C Diversity in Aging: Roles of Gender (same as Gerontology M104C)
S M104D Public Policy and Aging (same as Gerontology M104D)
S M104E Social Aspects of Aging (same as Gerontology M104E)
S 104F  Japanese America Community and Family
S 105  Social Welfare Policy in Modern America: Historical Perspectives

Sociology
S 1  Introductory Sociology
S 2  Changing Society and Making History
S 3  Sociology of Everyday Life
S 4  Jobs and Careers: Sociological Approach
S M5  Social Organization of Black Communities
   (same as Afro-American Studies M5)
S 31  Dilemmas of Third World Development
S 103  Marxist Sociology
S 116  Social Demography
S 117  Sociology of Family Demographic & Economic Behavior
S CM125 Talk and Social Institutions. (Same as Communication Studies M125)
S 127  Mind and Society
S 128  Sociology of Emotions
S 129  Sociology of Time
S 132  Social Psychology: Sociological Approaches
S 133  Collective Behavior
S 134  Culture and Personality
S 135  Group Processes
S 136  Process & Socialization in the Family
S M138  Death and Suicide: Psychological and Sociological Aspects,
   (same as Psychology M163)
S 143  Human Health and Society
S 144  Urban Poverty and Public Policy in the U.S.
S 145  Sociology of Deviant Behavior
S 146  Sociology of Disputes and Troubles
S 147A  Sociology of Crime
S 147B  Sociology of Criminal Justice
S 148  Sociology of Mental Illness
S 150  Sociology of Aging.
S 151  Comparative Immigration
S M153  Chinese Immigration (same as Asian America Studies M154)
S 154  Race and Ethnicity: International Perspective
S M155  Latinos in the U.S. (same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M155)
S 156  Ethnic and Status Groups
S 157  Social Stratification
S 158  Urban Sociology
S 159  Comparative Studies of Jewish Communities in the U.S. and Abroad
S 160  Intergroup Conflict and Prejudice
S M161  Comparative American Indian Societies (Formerly numbered 161)
   (Same as American Indian Studies M161)
S M162  Sociology of Gender same as Women's Studies M162)
S M163  Gender and Work
S 168  Organizations and Society
S 169  Law and Society
S 170  Medical Sociology
S 171  Occupations and Professions
S 172  Entrepreneurship
S 173  Economy and Society
S 174  Sociology of the Family
S M175  Sociology of Education (same as Education M108)
S M176  Sociology of Mass Communication (same as Communication Studies M147)
S M180  Introduction to Development Studies: Political Economy of Development
   (Same as Development Studies M100B and Political Science M197G)
S 182  Political Sociology
S 183  Comparative and Historical Sociology
S 184  Social Change
S 185  American Society
S 186  Latin American Societies
S 187  Population and Society in the Middle East
S 188  Comparative Social Institutions of East Asia
S 189  Japanese Society
S 190  Capitalism, Socialism and Alternative Social Systems
S 191  Society and Politics in Korea
S 192  State and Society in China
S 193  Asia-Pacific Social Transformation since World War II
S 195A-195Z For special topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

South Asian (formerly Indic)
 (Listed under Asian Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H 115  Readings in Sanskrit
H 175  Introduction to Indic Philosophy

Spanish
 (Listed under Spanish and Portuguese in the Catalog)
H Any upper division course in Spanish or Portuguese literature is acceptable.  Also:
H M35  Spanish, Portuguese and the Nature of Language
H M42  Civilization of Spain and Portugal (same as Portuguese M42)
H M44  Civilization of Spanish America and Brazil (same as Portuguese M44)
H 60A-60B-60C Hispanic Literatures in Translation
H 62A-62B-62C Hispanic Literatures and Film
H  88A  Lower Division Seminar - Reaching 2001
H 119A  Introduction to Study of Literature: Prose
H 119B  Introduction to Study of Literature: Poetry and Drama
   (Formerly numbered 119B, 119C)
H 120A-120D Literature in the Hispanic World (5 units each).
H 132  20th-Century Spanish Prose
H 133  20th-Century Spanish Poetry and Drama.
H 137  Literature of Colonial Spanish America.
H 139  Romanticism and Realism in Spanish-American Literature
H 140  Modernismo.
H 142  20th-Century Spanish-American Literature: Fiction and the Essay
H 143  20th-Century Spanish-American Literature: Poetry and Drama.
H 144  Mexican Literature.
H M145A-M145B Introduction to Chicano Literature
   (same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M145A-M145B)
H M146  Chicano Narrative
H M149  Folk Literature of the Hispanic World (same as Folklore M149)
H 151A-151B Women in Hispanic Literature
H M161  Film and Literature of the Spanish-Speaking World
   (Same as Comparative Literature M174)
H 197A  Studies in Hispanic Cultures & Civilization

Theater
H 101A-101B-101C History of World Theater and Drama
H 102A  Theater of Japan
H 102B  Theater of Southeast Asia
H 102C  Cross-Cultural Currents in Theater
H 102E  Theater of Non-European World
H M103A African American Theater in History:  Slavery to Mid 1800's,
   (same as Afro-American Studies M103A)
H M103B African American Theater in History:  Minstrel Stage to Rise of the
   American Musical (same as Afro-American Studies M103B)
H M103C Origins and Evolution of Chicano Theater (same as Chicana and Chicano
   Studies M103C)
H M103D Contemporary Chicano Theater (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M103D
   and World Arts and Cultures M103D)
H M103E African American Theater History: The Depression to the Present
   (same as Afro-American Studies M103E)
H 103F  Native American Theater
H M103H Contemporary Chicano Theater: Chicano Theater since 1980
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M103H and
   World Arts and Cultures M103H)
H 104A 104B-104C History of American Theater
H 105  Main Currents in Theater
H 106  History of American Theater and Drama
H 107  Drama of Diversity
H 111A  Selected Topics on History of European Theater from Primitive T
   Times to 1640
H 111B  Selected Topics on History of European Theater from 1640 to 1900
H 111C  Selected Topics on History of European Theater from 1900 to Present

Turkic Languages
 (Listed under Near Eastern Languages & Cultures in the Catalog)
H Any upper division literature course is acceptable. Also:
H 160  Cultural History of the Turks
H 165  Islamic Literary Heritage of Central Asia
S 170  Turco-Mongolian Nomadic Empires
S or H 180 Modern Turkic Languages and Peoples

Urban Planning
S M125

Women's Studies
S 10  Introduction to Women's Studies:
   Feminist Perspectives on Women in Society
H 110A  Feminist Theories in Social Sciences
H 110B Feminist Theories in the Humanities
H M110D Philosophical Analysis of Issues in Feminist Theory,
   (same as Philosophy M192)
H 112  Special Topics in Women in the Arts (Formerly numbered M112.)
H M119  Tristan, Isolde, and History of Heterosexuality (Same as German M119K)
S M123  International Political Economy of Work and Gender
   (Same as Economics M158)
S 130  Women of Color in the U.S.
S 125  Women and Health Care in the U.S.
S 128  Roots of Patriarchy: Ancient Goddesses and Heroines
S 130  Women of Color in the U.S.
S M132B Contemporary Issues among Chicana
   (same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M154)
S 134  Gender, Science and Theory
S 135  Women in Physics and Mathematics
S M137E Work Behavior of Women and Men (same as Psychology M137E)
S M137J Psychology of Language and Gender (same as Communication Studies M137J     and Psychology M137J)
H 139  Women and Art in Contemporary U.S.
S M154P Gender Systems: North American.
   (Formerly numbered M154) (Same as Anthropology M154P)
S M154Q Gender Systems: Global (Formerly numbered M154)
   (Same as Anthropology M154Q)
S M155Q Women and Social Movements (same as Anthropology M155Q)
S M158  Women in Italian Culture (same as Italian M158)
S M162  Sociology of Gender same as Sociology M162)
S M163 Gender and Work (same as Sociology M163)
S M165  Psychology of Gender (same as Psychology M165)
S M172  The Afro-American Woman in the U.S.,
   (same as Afro-American Studies M172 and Psychology M172)
185A-185Z For variable topics courses the student must submit a petition and syllabus for approval by the dean in 6426 BH prior to enrollment

World Arts and Cultures
S M23 Introduction to American Indian Studies (same as Afro-Am M10)

H 100B   Art as Moral Action (formerly numbered 140B)

H M103D Contemporary Chicano Theater: Beginning of Chicano Theater Movement
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M103D and Theater M103D)
H M103H Contemporary Chicano Theater: Chicano Theater since 1980
   (Same as Chicana and Chicano Studies M103H and Theater M103H)
H 112B  Dance in Southeast Asia
H 130  Selected topics in World Arts and Cultures
H 134  History of Dance in Culture and Performance
H 135  Dance in the U.S.
H 140A  Art as Social Action
H 141A  The City as a Work of Art
H 150  Viewing Native American Culture
H M152  Asian American Aesthetics (same as Asian America Aesthetics M119)
H C161A Ritual and Transformation
H M162P Destruction and Survival of Indigenous Societies (same as
   Anthropology M162P)
H 181A  Dance Cultures of Asia
H 181C  Dance in East Asia
H 181D  Dance in South Asia
H 182  Dance in Africa and the African Diaspora
H 183  Dance in Latin American Cultures
H CM184 Dance and Folklore. (Formerly numbered Dance CM184)
   (Same as Folklore CM184)
H C187  Dance Cultures of Native American Indians

Yiddish
 (Listed under Germanic Languages in the Catalog)
H 121A  20th Century Yiddish Poetry in English Translation
H 121B  20th Century Yiddish Prose and Drama in English Translation
H 121C  Special Topics in Yiddish Literature in English Translation
H 131A  Modern Yiddish Poetry
H 131B  Modern Yiddish Prose and Drama
H 131C  Special Topics in Yiddish Literature

LIFE SCIENCE ELECTIVES

Anthropology
L 7  Human Evolution
L 10  Principles of Human Evolution: Genetic Basis
L 12  Principles of Human Evolution: Comparative Analysis
(Students may take EITHER Anthro 7 or Anthro 12, not both)

Chemistry and Biochemistry
L 30A  Chemical Dynamics and Reactivity: Introduction to Organic Chemistry

Earth and Space Sciences
L 15  Introduction to Oceanography
L 16  Major Events in History of Life
L 17  Dinosaurs and Their Relatives
L 20  Natural History of Southern California

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (formerly Organismic Biology, Ecology, and Evolution)
L 10  Plants and Civilization
L 11  Biomedical Research Issues in Minority Communities
L 12  Biodiversity and Extinction: Crisis and Conservation
L 13  Evolution of Life
L 21  Field Biology
L 25  Marine Biology
L 50  Desert Life

Geography
L 2  Biogeography: Spatial Dynamics of Biological Diversity in Changing World
L 5  People and the Earth's Ecosystems

Honors Collegium
L 5  Science and the Human Condition
L 8  Communication Among Organisms
L 14  Interaction of Science and Society
L 25  Human Genome: Prospects for a Super Race?
L 57  Life and Sciences of Complexity
L 63  Emerging Infections and Their Effects on Society: Past, Present and Future
L 70  Genetic Engineering in Medicine and Agriculture
L 70A  Genetic Engineering in Medicine, Agriculture and Law
L 70B  Nonlife to Life, Microbes to Man: Nature is Not Compartmentalized
L 79  Genomes: Blueprint, Controversy, Destiny
L 87  Humans and Other Animals
L 92  Genomes, Genomics and the Internet
L 94  Historic Roots of the Healing Arts
L 136  History of Evolutionary Views

Life Sciences
L 1  Evolution, Ecology and Biodiversity
L 2  Cells, Tissues and Organs
L 2W  Cells, Tissues and Organs
L 3  Introduction to Molecular Biology
L 4  Genetics
L 15  Life Concepts and Issues

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
L 6  Introduction to Microbiology
L 7  Developments in Biotechnology
L 12  Biological Threats to Society: Bioterrorism and Emerging Infections

Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology
L 30  Biology of Cancer
L 40  AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases
L 70  Genetic Engineering and Society
L 80  The Green World: Plant Biology for Now and the Future
L 88C  Lower Division Seminar: Frontiers of Molecular Biology
L 88E  Lower Division Seminar: Genetics and Society
L 88F  Lower Division Seminar: Expectations and Realities

Physiological Science
L 3  Introduction to Human Physiology
L 5  Issues in Human Physiology: Diet and Exercise
L 6  The Human Machine: Physiological Processes
L 13  Introduction to Human Anatomy

Psychology
L 15  Introductory Psychobiology
L 88A  Lower Division Seminar: Stress, Adaptation and Coping
L 88C  Lower Division Seminar: Stress, Feeding, Food Fads and Fat

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