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APPROVED COURSE LIST 2012-2013

AFRICANA STUDIES

  • 014:107 Afro-American Folklore
  • 014:130 Afro-American Literature
  • 014:132 Black Experience and Film Medium
  • 014:140 Introduction to American Culture (1.5 credits)
  • 014:203,204 The Black Experience in America
  • 014:208 The Sociology of Black Economic Development
  • 014:222 The Black Elite
  • 014:230 Psychology of the Black Experience
  • 014:255 History of Black Education in the U.S.
  • 014:269 Black Religion
  • 014:285 Afro-American Narrative Analysis
  • 014:303 Seminar in Black Diasporic Media
  • 014:304 Afromusicology
  • 014:306 The Black Woman in Political Context
  • 014:321 African Presence in American Culture
  • 014:341,342 Supervised Community Placement
  • 014:347 Health Issues in the African-American Community
  • 014:349 Topics in American Politics
  • 014:350 Afro-American Linguistics
  • 014:353 Black Community Law and Social Change
  • 014:356 Muslims and Islamic Institutions in America
  • 014:359 Blacks and Jews in American History
  • 014:362 Black Identity
  • 014:365 Black Migration and Urbanization
  • 014:366 The History of Race and Sex in America
  • 014:369 Black Theology
  • 014:376 Pan-African Movement
  • 014:418 Major Afro-American Writers
  • 014:481 The Black Family

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

  • 070:208 Historical Archaelogy (when appropriate)
  • 070:230 Anthropology of Native North Americans
  • 070:250 Anthropology of the Contemporary United States
  • 070:320 Diaspora, Race & Ethnicity in the U.S.
  • 070:332 North American Archeology
  • 070:403 Advanced Seminar in North American Indians
  • 070:405 Perspectives on Latino Ethnic Consciousness

 

ART HISTORY*

  • 082:276 Great Works of Modern Architecture
  • 082:291,292,293,294 Topics in Art History (American segments)
  • 082:332 African American Art
  • 082:334 Blacks in Western Art
  • 082:351 American Art, 1776-1913 (crosslisting: 01:050:351)
  • 082:362 Native Arts of North America
  • 082:367 American Art 1585-1876
  • 082:368 Modern American Art
  • 082:390 Modern Art: 20th Century
  • 082:391 Nineteenth Century Architecture in the US (crosslisting: 01:050:309)
  • 082:392 Twentieth Century Architecture
  • 082:421 Contemporary American Architecture
  • 082:423 American Landscape Painting
  • 082:428 The Modern City
  • 082:431 Theories and Methods of Architectural Preservation
  • 082:445 Studies in the Art & Architecture of NJ
  • 082:446 Studies in American Architecture
  • 082:451 Seminar on Public Monuments in America 19th-21st Centuries
  • 082:452 American Interiors from the Colonial to the Modern Era
  • 082:462 Workshop in Curatorial Practices
  • 082:488 Seminar: Special Topics in American Art
  • 082:489 Public Policy & the Arts

* See Page 2 Certificate in Historical Preservation

 

 

ASIAN STUDIES

  • 098:262 Asian American Experience: Identity & Ethnicity

 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

  • 195:361 Brazil and US: Comparative Approaches

 

COMMUNICATIONS

  • 04:189:441 Communications and Human Values

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • 202:202 Police
  • 202:203 Prisons and Prisoners
  • 202:204 Crime and Public Policy
  • 202:206 The Legal System
  • 202:208 Crime Prevention and Victim Assistance
  • 202:209 White-Collar Crime
  • 202:301 Human Rights and Legal Remedies
  • 202:309: Criminal Law: Theory and Practice
  • 202:310 Victimology and Domestic Violence
  • 202:322 Juvenile Justice
  • 202:327 Sex, Crime and Justice
  • 202:405 Ideas in Justice
  • 202:425 Race, Crime and Justice

 

DANCE

  • 07:206:276 Afro-American/African Dance

 

ECONOMICS

  • 220:301 Money and Banking
  • 220:305 American Economic History
  • 220:331 Economics of Crime
  • 220:332 Environmental Economics
  • 220:334 Energy Economics
  • 220:342 Economics of Innovation & Intellectual Property
  • 220:344 Financial and Monetary History of the U.S.
  • 220:348 Economics of Social Welfare Programs
  • 220:363 Economics of Taxation
  • 220:369 State and Local Public Finance
  • 220:375 Women and the Economy
  • 220:388 Government Protection of Consumers, Employees & Investors
  • 220:389 Public Policies Towards Business
  • 220:395 Law and Economics
  • 220:427 Women's Work and Labor Markets

 

EDUCATION

  • 05:300:401 Individual & Cultural Diversity in the Classroom

 

ENGLISH

Twentieth Century
  • 350:318 Twentieth Century American Literature I
  • 350:393 Philip Roth: Jersey Roots, Global Reach
  • 350:393 Question of Race in Twentieth Century American Fiction
 
African-American, Ethnic American, or Global Anglo
  • 350:250 Black Literature Colonial Period to 1930
  • 350:361 Black Narrative
  • 350:371 Black Women Writers
  • 350:378 Twentieth Century Literature in a Global Context
  • 351:366 Literatures of Migration, Immigration and Diaspora
  • 351:377 Asian American Literatures in English
Special Topics
  • 350:228 American Literature 1860- Present: American Environmental Literature
  • 350:231 Introduction to the Graphic Novel
  • 351:201 Introduction to Literature
  • 351:357 Poetry by Women
  • 351:361 Feminist Art and Politics

 

ENGLISH FILM COURSES

  • 354:315 American Cinema I
  • 354:316 American Cinema II
  • 354:370 Film Genres
  • 354:375 Film and Society

 

ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND WRITING

  • 355:201 Research in the Disciplines (Changes each semester so must see American Studies Advisor for specific courses each semester)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND GEOMATICS

  • 11:372:202 Environmental Issues in the U.S.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS

  • 11:373:323 Public Policy Towards the Food Industry
  • 11:373:371 Food Health and Safety Issues

 

ENRIVONMENTAL POLICY, INSTITUTIONS, AND BEHAVIOR

  • 11:374:313 Environmental Policy and Institutions

 

EXERCISE SCIENCE AND SPORT STUDIES

  • 377:150 Perspectives of Sport
  • 377:305 Sport Sociology
  • 377:323 Sport and the Law

 

FOOD SCIENCE

  • 11:400:314 Current Issues in Food Sciences & Law (2 credits)

 

GEOGRAPHY

  • 450:331 New Jersey
  • 450:337 North America
  • 450:416 Exploring Metropolis
  • 450:461 Cultural Geography of Anglo-America
  • 450:462 Natural Regions of North America

 

HISTORY

  • 506:212 Women in Europe and the U.S. Since 1800
  • 506:252 History of Technology and Society II
  • 506:253 From Wireless to Wii: The Electronic Age
  • 506:313 Women and Social Movements to 1945
  • 506:314 Women and Social Movements Since 1945
  • 506:329 Jamestown, 1607 and the Atlantic World
  • 506:341 History of Contemporary Thought
  • 506:424 Reading and Writing About Nature
  • 508:244 China and the United States
  • 508:260 Colonial Latin America
  • 508:264 Latin America and the United States
  • 508:280 Early Native American History
  • 508:282 Modern Native American History
  • 508:324 Africans in the Americas
  • 508:383 History of Native American Women
  • 508:384 New World Frontiers
  • 512:103,104 Development of the United States I and II
  • 512:107,108 Gateway to Development of United States I and II
  • 512:111 Race, Place, and Space in American History
  • 512:121 Health and Environment in America
  • 512:140 Introduction to American Culture (1.5 credits)
  • 512:220 Your Family in History
  • 512:236 Edison and His Era
  • 512:240 World War I
  • 512:242 World War II
  • 512:266 History of the Black American
  • 512:268 Plantation to White House
  • 512:270 Mark Twain's America
  • 512:272 Norman Mailer's America
  • 512:278 Popular Music in American History
  • 512:280 News Media and Government in American History
  • 512:282 Sport in History
  • 512:283 Topics in History: Cowboys & Indians (1.5 credits)
  • 512:284 Topics in History: The Wild West
  • 512:291 Topics in History: Atomic Bomb
  • 512:292 Topics in History: The Am. Peace Movement (1.5 credits)
  • 512:300 History of Colonial America
  • 512:301 The American Revolution
  • 512:302 The United States: The Young Republic
  • 512:303 American Civil War and Reconstruction, 1848-1880
  • 512:304 The Forging of Modern America 1880-1920
  • 512:305 United States History 1914-1945
  • 512:306 United States History 1945-present
  • 512:310 New Jersey History
  • 512:312 American Social History
  • 512:314 City in American History
  • 512:315 Famous Trials in American History
  • 512:316 Radicalism in America
  • 512:317 Murder in American History
  • 512:320 American Frontier History
  • 512:321 Healthcare and Society in America
  • 512:322 Drugs, Medicine, and Society in America
  • 512:323,324 History of the North American Environment
  • 512:325 Women in the American West
  • 512:328 Science in American Culture
  • 512:330 American Economic Growth to 1860
  • 512:332 American Economic Growth since 1860
  • 512:333 The Cultures of Consumption
  • 512:335 History on Film
  • 512:345 American Jewish History and Culture
  • 512:347 War, Peace, and the Military of the U.S. to 1877
  • 512:348 War, Peace, and the Military in U.S. History Since1877
  • 512:350 From Colonies to Empire: American Foreign Relations to 1898
  • 512:352 US Foreign Relations Since 1898
  • 512:354 History of the Cold War
  • 512:355 America's Rise to Global Power
  • 512:356 The Thirty Years War: American in Vietnam
  • 512:359 Blacks and Jews in American History
  • 512:361 History of the South
  • 512:362 Harlem Renaissance and the New Negro Movement
  • 512:363 Black Labor 1789 to the Present
  • 512:364 The History of Blacks in Urban America
  • 512:365 African American History since 1945
  • 512:366 The History of Race and Sex in America
  • 512:367 Lynching, Riots: Racial Violence between Blacks and Whites 1619 - Present
  • 512:368 History of Civil Rights: 1900-1980
  • 512:369 Latino History
  • 512:370 History of American Thought to 1850
  • 512:372 History of American Thought Since 1850
  • 512:373 African-Americans in a Revolutionary World 1910-1940
  • 512:374 Cultural History of the U.S.: Twentieth Century
  • 512:375 Gay and Lesbian History in the U.S.
  • 512:376 American Culture in the 1950s
  • 512:377 The 1960's
  • 512:378 African American History to 1877
  • 512:379 African American History 1877 to Present
  • 512:380 Women in American History I
  • 512:381 Women in American History II
  • 512:382 Child Rearing and the American Character
  • 512:383 Women’s Rights in America, 1800-1930
  • 512:391,2 Historical Studies
  • 512:395 The Electric Century
  • 512:400 History of American Politics
  • 512:402 American Constitutional History to 1865
  • 512:404 American Constitutional History from 1865
  • 512:406 Introduction to American Legal History
  • 512:416 Ethnicity in American History
  • 512:432 History of Business in America
  • 512:434 History of Labor Movement
  • 512:470 History of Religion and American Culture
  • 512:520 American Frontier History

 

ITALIAN

  • 560:299 Service Learning Internship (CESEP)
  • 560:339,340 The Italian-American Experience

 

JEWISH STUDIES

  • 563:306 American Jews & The Media
  • 563:332 The American Jewish Experience in Literature
  • 563:335 Jewish-American Women: Contested Lives
  • 563:345 American Jewish History and Culture
  • 563:346 Contemporary Jewish Culture
  • 563:359 Blacks and Jews in American History
  • 563:367 American Jewish Writers of the 20th Century
  • 563:408 Sociology of American Jewish Religious Movements
  • 563:461 Critical Perspectives on the Middle East

 

JOURNALISM AND MASS MEDIA

  • 04:567:278 News Media and Government in America
  • 04:567:335 Mass Communications and the American Image
  • 04:567:350 Development of Mass Media
  • 04:567:370 Images of Journalism in American Film
  • 04:567:4 59 Media, Democracy and the Public
  • 04:567:460 News, Film and Politics

 

LABOR STUDIES

  • 37:575:201,202 Development of the Labor Movement
  • 37:575:301 Comparative Labor Movements
  • 37:575:303 Black Workers in American Society
  • 37:575:307 Latino Workers in the US
  • 37:575:309 Working Women in American Society
  • 37:575:310 Labor Relations in Professional Sports
  • 37:575:320 Immigrant Workers and Their Rights
  • 37:575:322 American Labor Unions in the Political Arena
  • 37:575:335 Women and the Labor Movement in the U.S. and Globally
  • 37:575:340 American Labor Law
  • 37:575:363 Labor Unions and the Global Economy
  • 37:575:364 Diversity in the Workplace
  • 37:575:407 Workers' Movements in New Jersey

 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

  • 11:550:330 History of Landscape Architecture

 

LATINO AND HISPANIC CARIBBEAN STUDIES

  • 595:150 The Latin American Woman
  • 595:200 Puerto Rican Cultural Heritage
  • 595:203 Music of the Caribbean
  • 595:206 The Caribbean and the U.S.
  • 595:210 Women in the Caribbean-Caribbean Women in the U.S.
  • 595:267 Latino Literature
  • 595:271 Immigrant States
  • 595:296 English-Caribbean Communities in the U.S.
  • 595:298 Latinos and Migration
  • 595:301 Latinos and Race
  • 595:303 Language and U.S. Latino/a Cultures
  • 595:307 Latino Ethnography
  • 595:309 The Politics of Puerto Rican Development
  • 595:310 Mexican Migration to the U.S.
  • 595:316 Mexican and Mexican-American Art History
  • 595:322 Latinas: Migration, Work and Family
  • 595:323 US Latina Feminism
  • 595:324 Latinos in Film and Media
  • 595:327 Genders, Sexualities and Representation in US Latino/a Communities
  • 595:329 Latino Politics in the US
  • 595:340 Religion and the Hispanic Community
  • 595:369 Latino History
  • 595:370 Law and the Latino Community
  • 595:371 History of Puerto Rico
  • 595:375 Constitutional Relations between Puerto Rico & the U.S.
  • 595:405 Perspectives on Latino Ethnic Consciousness
  • 595:425 Puerto Rican Migration to the United States

 

MANAGEMENT

  • 33:620:370 Managing Diversity in Organizations

 

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES

  • 685:355 Muslims and Islamic Institutions in America
  • 685:454 Critical Perspective on the Middle East

 

MILITARY EDUCATION, AIR FORCE

  • 03:690:121,122 Air Force Today (1 credit)
  • 03:690:221,222 The Evolution of Air and Space Power (1 credit)
  • 03:690:423,424 National Security Affairs

 

MUSIC

  • 07:700:125 Survey of Jazz Styles (2 credits)
  • 07:700:210 Foundations of Music Education
  • 07:700:226 American Music
  • 07:700:227 African-American Music
  • 07:700:295/296 Special Topics in Music (when topic is applicable to major)
  • 07:700:305,306 Evolution of Jazz

 

PHILOSOPHY

  • 730:105 or 106 Current Moral and Social Issues
  • 730:250 Environmental Ethics
  • 730:251 Ethics and Business
  • 730:258 Philosophy and the Black Experience
  • 730:367 American Philosophy

 

PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY*

  • 10:762:101 Introduction to Policy, Planning and Health
  • 10:762:304 Poverty in the United States
  • 10:762:310 U.S. Housing Policy
  • 10:762:324 Social Movements
  • 10:762:331 U.S. Social Policy
  • 10:762:413 Urban Revitalization
  • 10:762:444 American Environmental History
  • 10:762:448 Historic Preservation
  • 10:762:473 Transportation Policy
  • 10:762:474 Tourism Planning
  • 20:762:476 Immigration Policy and Health

* See the Bachelors/Masters of Public Policy Program on Page 2

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • 790:104 American Government
  • 790: 106 Law and Politics
  • 790:301 Political Campaigning
  • 790:302 American Party Politics
  • 790:303 Elections and Participations
  • 790:304 Congressional Politics
  • 790:305 Public Policy Formation
  • 790:306 American Presidency
  • 790:308 New Jersey Politics
  • 790:309 The Politics of Puerto Rican Development
  • 790:319 Issues of American Foreign Policy
  • 790:323 Defense Policy
  • 790:326 Am. Politics: Executive & Legislative Decision Making
  • 790:329 Latino Politics in the U.S.
  • 790:330 Interest Groups
  • 790:331 Urban Politics
  • 790:333 Political Development of American Race Relations
  • 790:334 Politics of Black America
  • 790:335 Women and American Politics
  • 790:336 American Political Movements
  • 790:337 American Political Economy
  • 790:338 Government and Business
  • 790:341 Public Administration: American Bureaucracy
  • 790:342 Public Administration: Policy Making
  • 790:344 Public Opinion
  • 790:345 Mass Media and United States Democracy
  • 790:346 Political Socialization
  • 790:349 Topics in American Politics
  • 790:350 Environmental Politics - U.S. and International
  • 790:355 Women and Public Policy
  • 790:366 Formulation of American Foreign Policy
  • 790:374 Democratic Political Philosophy
  • 790:375 American Political Thought
  • 790:376 American Political Theory
  • 790:398 Washington Summer Internship, Research (3 credits only)
  • 790:401,402 American Constitutional Law I, II
  • 790:404 Politics of Criminal Justice
  • 790:406 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
  • 790:409 Courts and Public Policy
  • 790:424 Gender & Political Economy
  • 790:426 Gender, Public Policy & Law
  • 790:429 Processes of Politics
  • 790:437 Politics of American Capitalism
  • 790:438 Labor and American Politics
  • 790:440 Advanced Studies in American Politics
  • 790:442 Political Leadership
  • 790:451 Critical Perspectives on the Middle East
  • 790:472 Religion and Politics

See the Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program, p. 2

 

PORTUGUESE

  • 810:250 Cultures of the Portuguese-Speaking Communities in the US
  • 810:361 Brazil and US: Comparative Approaches'

 

 

PUBLIC HEALTH

  • 10:832:331 Urban Social Policy
  • 10:832:339 Public Health Literature
  • 10:832:350 Drugs, Culture and Society
  • 10:832:356 Public Health Law and Ethics
  • 10:832:416 Mental Illness: Social and Public Policy
  • 10:832:476 Immigration Policy and Health

 

RELIGION

  • 840:316 20th Century Evangelicism in the U.S.
  • 840:319 Religion in American History
  • 840:320 Religion and Native Americans

 

SOCIAL WORK

  • 09:910:311 Social Welfare Policies and Services
  • 09:910:352 Groups at Risk in Contemporary Society

 

SOCIOLOGY

  • 920:108 Minority Groups in American Society
  • 920:216 Sociology of Women
  • 920:248 Sociology of Sports
  • 920:271 Immigrant States
  • 920:306 Race Relations
  • 920:324 Sociology of Gender
  • 920:326 Sociology of Communities
  • 920:361 Sociology of Drug Use
  • 920:408 Sociology of American Jewish Religious Movements
  • 920:428 Sociology of Cities and Suburbs
  • 920:435 Immigrant Minorities in the U.S.
  • 920:442 Mass Media and Popular Culture
  • 920:464 Art and Society
  • 920:489 The American Working Class

 

SPANISH

  • 940:363 Bilingualism in the Spanish-speaking World
  • 940:451 Literature of Latin American Exile and Displacement
  • 940:452 Readings in U.S. Latino/a Literature and Culture

 

THEATER ARTS

  • 07:965:212 Theater and Contemporary Issues

 

WOMENS STUDIES (NON-CROSSLISTED COURSES)

  • 988:235 Dynamics of Class, Race and Sex
  • 988:280 Introduction to the Critical Study of Masculinities
  • 988:290 Introduction to Critical Sexualities Studies
  • 988:339 How to Think About Sex: Research on Sexualities
  • 988:341 Gender and Pop Culture
  • 988:394 Black Women in the U.S.

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