GDST Electives


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ALL APPROVED  | LOWER-LEVEL | UPPER-LEVEL

List of all currently approved GDST electives


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Arts
 
  • ARTS 272 - Art of the Twentieth Century
  • ARTS 273 - History of American Art
  • ARTS 274 - Women, Art & Society (W)
American Sign Language
 
  • ASLN 101 - Elementary American Sign Language I
  • ASLN 102 - Elementary American Sign Language II
  • ASLN 201 - Intermediate American Sign Language I

Biology

  • BIOL 120 - Life: Ecology & People (tied to instructor, Blair)
Business Law
 
  • BLAW 300 - Legal Environment

Classics

  • CLAS 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Classics and the African American Intellectual Tradition (tied to instructor Strunk)
  • CLAS 236 - Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome
 
Communications
 
  • COMM 323 - Race, Class, Gender & the Media*
  • COMM 324 - Sex and Violence in Media* (W)
Criminal Justice
 
  • CJUS 365 - Women in the Criminal Justice System (W)

Economics
 
  • ECON 201 - Macroeconomic Principles (Bertaux)
Education
 
  • EDCH 320 - Multi-Cultural Literature for Children
  • EDEL 260 - Cultural Diversity In Education
English
 
  • ENGL 128 - Studies in Black Literature
  • ENGL 132 - Studies in Women's Literature
  • ENGL 205 - Lit & The Moral Imagination Focus on Literature of Diversity (O'Leary)
  • ENGL 205 - Lit & The Moral Imagination: Focus on Colonialism, Crime and the Family (Williams) (R)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Media, Gender, & Identity (Winkelmann) (W)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Gender & Violence (Winkelmann) (W)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Subcultures (Yandell)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination focus on the Family (Wyett)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Power of Storytelling (Wyett)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Literature and the Environment (Wyett)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Coming-of-Age Stories (Wyett)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Building a Good Society (Getz)
  • ENGL 205 - Literature & Moral Imagination Focus on Leadership and Community (Getz)
  • ENGL 320 - Topics in Linguistics, Gender and Language (Winkelmann) (W)
  • ENGL 335 - Post-Humanist Literature
  • ENGL 344 - Major Black Authors (R)
  • ENGL 352 - African Literature (R)
  • ENGL 359 - Gender and Diversity in Film*
  • ENGL 360 - Women Writers (W)
  • ENGL 364 - Jane Austen: Then and Now (W)
  • ENGL 366 - Feminist Theory (W)
  • ENGL 370 - Writing By Sexual Minorities (W)
  • ENGL 411 - Medieval Women's Writing (W)
  • ENGL 441 - 18th-Century British Literature
  • ENGL 465 - 18th-Century British Novel
  • ENGL 484 - African-American Literature (R)
  • ENGL 489 - American Minority Literature(R)
French
 
  • FREN 205 - French Literature and the Moral Imagination
  • HIST 123 - African History I
  • HIST 124 - African History II
  • HIST 144 - U.S. History Since 1865 ? (tied to instructor, Anderson)
  • HIST 151 - Latin American History I
  • HIST 152 - Latin American History II
  • HIST 161 - Asian History I
  • HIST 162 - Asian History II
  • HIST 222 - The Harlem Renaissance (R)
  • HIST 231 Slavery in the Atlantic World (R)
  • HIST 233 Women in American History (W)
  • HIST 275 Urban Imaginaries in India (R)
  • HIST 306 Civil War and Reconstruction (R)
  • HIST 307 Immigration and Ethnicity (R)
  • HIST 309 Age of Big Business
  • HIST 314 Africa Since 1945 (R)
  • HIST 324 African-American Struggle for Equality* (R)
  • HIST 343 Religion & Empire in Latin America (R)
  • HIST 350 Globalization*
  • HIST 395 History of South Africa (R)
  • HIST 427 - Race and Nation in Modern Latin America (R)
  • HIST 479 - Sem: Contact, Conquest & New World Orders (R)
Human Resource Management
 
  • SHRM 200 - Human Resources In a Diverse Society

 

  • MATH 125 - Women and Mathematics
Music
 
  • MUSC 105 - Hip-Hop Music and Culture
  • MUSC 110 - World Music
  • MUSC 116 - Women in Music 
Nursing
 
  • NURS 132 Health and Culture I 
  • NURS 484 Hispanic Focus Elective (R)
Occupational Health
  • HOCS 323 - Occupational Justice I: Foundations
  • HOCS 405 - Occupational Justice II

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Politics
 
  • POLI 219 - Irish Government and Politics
  • POLI 224 - Middle East Politics
  • POLI 280 - Irish Political Culture 
  • POLI 316 - Globalization*
  • POLI 320 - Global Islamic Politics (R)
  • POLI 367 - Gender & Politics: Women, Elections and Representation (W)
Psychology
 
  • PSYC 365 - Psychology of Women (W)
  • PSYC 353 - Violence Against Women and Girls (W)
  • SOCI 101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 180 - Culture and Society
  • SOCI 200 – Foundational Social Thought
  • SOCI 240 – Population and Globalization
  • SOCI 250 Racial & Ethnic Minorities (R)
  • SOCI 262 Women in American Society (W)
  • SOCI 270 Irish Historical Sociology
  • SOCI 310 Family in the 21st Century
  • SOCI 365 Contemporary Social Theory
  • SOCI 375 Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SOCI 399 Internship - Freedom Center: Half the Sky (offered one-time only, Spring 2013)
Social Work
 
  • SOCW/CJUS/SOCI 167 - Survey of Society in Social Work
  • SOCW 204 Contemporary Social Problems
  • SOCW 206 Introduction to Gender & Diversity Studies
  • SOCW 299 Child Welfare and Development
  • SOCW 315 Values, Poverty and Society (formerly Social Institutions as a System)*
  • SOCW 316 Social Policy & Contemporary Issues
  • SOCW 318 Trends in Modern Society: Race Relations* (R)
  • SOCW 325 - Women/Men: Myth & Reality (W) 
  • SOCW 338 - Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Studies (W) 
  • SOCW/THEO 404 - Religion, Ethics, and Professional Practice*
  • SOCW 444 Addictive Behaviors
 Spanish
 
  • SPAN 351 Latin American Civilization I (R)
  • SPAN 352 Latin American Civilization II (R)
  • SPAN 353 – Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • SPAN 358 – Central American Society and Culture
Sports Management
 
  • SPMG 195 History of American Sport
  • SPMG 410 Sport Ethics*
Theology
 
  • THEO 111 Theological Foundations (tied to instructor, Enriquez)
  • THEO 210 Christian Tradition II (tied to instructor, Suna-Koro)
  • THEO 218 Women in Early Christianity (W)
  • THEO 267 African-American Biblical Interpretation (R)
  • THEO 270 New Testament and Politics
  • THEO 308 The Religious Thought of Martin Luther King, Jr. (R)
  • THEO 316 Globalization*
  • THEO 319 Anti-Semitism: The Great Hatred (R)
  • THEO 322 Black Theology* (R)
  • THEO 326 Women and Religion (W)
  • THEO 283, Jewish/Christian Dialogue Today
  • THEO 335 African Religions (R)
  • THEO 355 Introduction to Islam (R)
  • THEO 357 Islamic Philosophy and Theology (R)
  • THEO 358 Immigration, Theology, & Ethics* (R)
  • THEO 372 Disability, Ethics, and Theology*

University Studies

  • UNST 300 – Academic Service Learning: Nicaragua

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