General Education Table of Contents
General Education Program, Segments I and II


General Education Program (Continued)


SEGMENT III: RELATIONSHIPS OF KNOWLEDGE (9 units)

General Requirements

Students subject to the 1991-92 or later Bulletins must:

  1. Complete at least nine units of upper division course work in residence at SFSU in a single Segment III cluster. (See alphabetical listing of clusters below.)
  2. Begin their Segment III course work during or after the semester in which they achieve upper division junior standing (i.e., 60 semester units), but NOT before.
  3. Begin their Segment III course work only after completing all General Education Segment I requirements.
  4. Fulfill all of the specific requirements for completing the cluster.
  5. Complete at least one course in the Segment III cluster that is both outside the major department and outside the major program submitted on the official Application for Graduation.
  6. Complete at least one course in the Segment III cluster that is designated as fulfilling the Cultural, Ethnic, or Social Diversity (CESD) Requirement.

NOTE: Courses taken at SFSU to fulfill Segment III cluster requirements may not also be used to fulfill Segment II requirements or the U.S. History and Government requirement, including the California State and Local Government component.

Students who have rights to an earlier SFSU Bulletin may complete Segment III clusters and requirements as printed in that Bulletin. Reference copies of earlier Bulletins are available in the Library; the Undergraduate Advising Center, ADM 212; the Office of Undergraduate Studies, ADM 447; and on-line from the SFSU home page beginning with the 1994-96 Bulletin.

All courses listed are three units unless otherwise noted.

African Contributions to World Culture (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. Courses with at least two different prefixes must be selected.

Category A: Classical Africa
BL S 305 Ancient Egypt [CESD]
CLAR 500 Ancient Egyptian Civilization [CESD]
Category B: Africa: Tradition and Transition
BL S 302 Black Diaspora [CESD]
HIST 610 History of Africa [CESD]
ART 508 African Art History
BL S/DANC 617 Black Dance Experience [CESD]
Category C: Modern Africa
BL S 301 Africa in Global Perspective [CESD]
GEOG 571 Geography of Africa [CESD]
HIST 611 Modern Africa [CESD]
HUM 360 Styles of African Cultural Expression [CESD]

AIDS: The Modern Epidemic (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. If COUN 450/ETHS 460 is used in Category C, the Category A course must be taken first.

Category A: Biological, Transmission, and Historical Aspects
BIOL 327 AIDS: The Biology of a Modern Epidemic [CESD]
Category B: Political, Social, and Health Policy Aspects
H ED 310 Health in Society
H ED 417 AIDS: Contemporary Health Crisis [CESD]
H ED 420 Epidemiology
H ED 450 Policy Issues in Health Education
Category C: Focus on Inter-related Issues
ANTH 415/HMSX 438 Culture and Sex in East Asia [CESD]
BIOL 321 Magic, Myths, and Medicine--A History of Medicine [CESD]
BIOL 326 Disease!
BIOL 330 Human Sexuality
COUN 450/ETHS 460 AIDS and People of Color in the U.S. [CESD]
GRN 510 Death and Dying in Contemporary Society
H ED 315 Drugs and Society [CESD]
H ED 320 Contemporary Sexuality
H ED 410 Organization and Functions of Health Services
H ED 414 Women's Health
H ED 500 Values Clarification in Sexuality

America and World Affairs (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. Courses with at least two different prefixes must be selected.

Category A: American Foreign Policy
HIST 461 The History of American Foreign Relations
I R 310 U.S. Foreign Policy (4)
Category B: The Policies of Developing Nations
ANTH/I R 307 Culture and Identity in World Politics (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 321 Development and Foreign Policy--Africa (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 322 Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
I R 323 Middle East: Periphery (4) [CESD]
I R 324 Middle East: Heartland (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 325 Chinese Policies: Domestic and Foreign (4) [CESD]
I R 326 Foreign Relations of South and Southeast Asia (4) [CESD]
I R 336 Politics of Globalization (4)
RAZA/WOMS 445 Gendered Borders: Latinas and Globalization [CESD]
I R/S S 520 Modernization and Third World Countries (4) [CESD]
RAZA 670/ PLSI 408 The U.S.-Mexico Connection: Politics and Cultures [CESD]
Category C: The Policies of Developed Nations and Traditional Powers
ECON/I R 635 The Economics of Globalization (4)
HIST 386 Soviet Russia, the West, and the Cold War
HIST 389 European International History, 1848-1918 [CESD]
HIST 390 European International History, 1918-Present [CESD]
HIST 578 History of Japan [CESD]
I R 327 Europe: Forming a More Perfect Union (4)
I R/PLSI 328 Domestic and Foreign Policy: Post-Communist Regions (4)
I R/PLSI 342 Strategy and War (4)
I R/PLSI 407 Politics of Russia (4) [CESD]
I R 446 The Multinational Corporation in World Affairs
I R/S S 540 The Rich and the Poor Nations (4) [CESD]

America in the Nineteenth Century (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. At least one course must have an ENG prefix and at least one course must have a HIST prefix. The third course may have any prefix.

ENG 526

Age of the American Renaissance, 1830-1860 [CESD]

ENG 527

American Literature, 1860-1914

HIST 424

History of the U.S., 1827-1877 [CESD]

HIST 426

History of the U.S., 1877-1916 [CESD]

HIST 464

American Ethnic and Racial Relations I: 1740-1890 [CESD]

HUM 490

American Images--Photography and Literature

American Culture and Society (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B. Courses with at least two different prefixes must be selected.

Category A: Humanities
AMST 310/HUM 485 The Arts and American Culture
ENG 526 Age of the American Renaissance: 1830-1860 [CESD]
ENG 527 American Literature: 1860-1914
HUM 470 American Autobiography
HUM 495 Architecture and American Life
Category B: Social Sciences
AMST 300/S S 410 Perspectives on American Culture [CESD]
AMST 400/GEOG 551 American Regional Cultures [CESD]
AMST 410/HUM 450 California Culture [CESD]
HIST/HUM 480 Thought and Culture in America [CESD]

Arts in Contemporary Society (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A
HUM 415Contemporary Culture [CESD]
Category B
ADM 360 Fashion, Clothing, and Society
BECA 321 Critical Study of Popular Culture
DANC 350 Dance Aesthetics [CESD]
MUS 508 Modern Music: American Iconoclasts
MUS 512 Rock Since the Mid-60's

Asian Americans: Responses to the American Experience (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Courses must be selected in the following order. one course from Category A, then one course from Category B, and finally, one course from Category C.

Category A: Socio-historical
AA S 300 Asian Americans in California [CESD]
AA S 310 Chinese in America [CESD]
AA S 331 Japanese Americans in the United States [CESD]
AA S 370 Vietnamese in America [CESD]
AA S 380 Koreans in America [CESD]
AA S 456 Filipinos in America: Problems of Transition [CESD]
Category B: Humanities/Literature/Arts
AA S 322 Chinese American Culture--Language and Literature
AA S 363 Survey of Philippine Literature
AA S 372 Vietnamese American Literature
AA S 444 Japanese American Art and Expression
AA S 502 Asian American Children's/Teen Literature
AA S 693 Asian Americans and the Mass Media
Category C: Capstone--Asian American Community
AA S 680 Community: Changes and Development
AA S 695 Seminar on Contemporary Asian American Communities
ETHS 665 Asian American Community and Public Policy

Asian Society, Politics, and Culture (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses from at least two different cluster categories. Courses with at least two different prefixes must be selected.

Category A: Chinese Culture, Society, and Politics
GEOG 575 Emerging China [CESD]
HIST 569 Ancient Chinese Civilization [CESD]
HIST 570 Imperial China [CESD]
HIST 571 History of Modern China [CESD]
HUM 530 Chinese Civilization [CESD]
I R/PLSI 325 Chinese Foreign Policy: Domestic and Foreign (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 404 Politics of China (4) [CESD]
Category B: Japanese and Indian Culture, Society, and Politics
HIST 578 History of Japan [CESD]
HUM 366 India's Gandhi [CESD]
HUM 526 Culture of Japan [CESD]
I R/PLSI 329 U.S.-Japan Politics (4) [CESD]
I RPLSI 412 South Asian Politics (4) [CESD]
Category C: Regional Studies of Asian Culture, Society, and Politics
ANTH 481 Archaeology of the Far East [CESD]
HIST/WOMS 575 History of Women in China and Japan [CESD]
I R 326 South and Southeast Asian Foreign Relations (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 411 East Asian Politics (4) [CESD]
PLSI 418 Political Transitions in East and Southeast Asia (4) [CESD]

Audience and the Arts (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B.

Category A: In-depth Disciplinary Investigation
DANC 350 Dance Aesthetics [CESD]
MUS 501 Music, the Listener's Art [CESD]
Category B: Interdisciplinary Investigation
HUM 425 Thought and Image I [CESD]
CA 426 Thought and Image II [CESD]

Black Experience in the U.S. (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Arts and Humanities
BL S 312 Kalifia: The Black Heritage of California [CESD]
BL S 400 Black Arts and Humanities [CESD]
BL S 411 African and African American Literature [CESD]
BL S 450 African Philosophy and Cosmology [CESD]
Category B: Politics and Economics
BL S 301 Africa in Global Perspective [CESD]
BL S 320 Black Politics, Mass Movements, and Liberation Themes [CESD]
BL S 340 Economics of the Black Community [CESD]
BL S 382 African American Economic History [CESD]
BL S 646 Frantz Fanon's Psychology of Violence, Negation, and Liberation [CESD]
Category C: Education and Socialization
BL S 335 Black Women: A Cultural Analysis [CESD]
BL S 515 Black Family Studies [CESD]
BL S 525 Black Child Development [CESD]
ETHS 571 Women, Class, and Race [CESD]
BL S 650 Teaching the Black Experience [CESD]
BL S 660 The Civil Rights Movement and Black Education [CESD]
BL S 678 Urban Black Children and Youth [CESD]

California Cultures and Environments (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. At least one course must be CESD.

Category A: Artistic and Cultural Landscapes
AMST 410/
HUM 450
California Culture [CESD]
ENG 531 Survey of Early California Literature
HM 421 Food, Wine, and Culture in California [CESD)
HUM 376 San Francisco [CESD]
Category B: California Social Landscapes
AA S 300 Asian Americans in California
AIS 410 Perspectives of Native California Indians
AMST/ANTH 352 Peoples and Cultures of California [CESD]
ANTH 356 Archaeology of California [CESD]
BL S 312 Kalifia: The Black Heritage of California
HIST 450 History of California [CESD]
PLSI 473 California Government and Politics (4)
RAZA 660 Chicano/Latino Politics [CESD]
Prerequisite: RAZA 276 or consent of instructor.
Category C: California Environmental Landscapes
BIOL 300 Nature Study
BIOL 305 Marine Animals and Plants of the California Coast
Prerequisite: a course in college biology.
GEOG 552 Geography of California
GEOG/URBS 651 SF Bay Area Environmental Issues (4)
GEOL 350 Geology of National Parks
GEOL 356 Geology of California
METR 356 California Weather Events

Challenges to Health Care Policy

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, one course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B. Choose courses from at least two different departments. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A: Health Care Policy
H ED 410 Organization and Function of Health Services [CESD]
H ED 450 Policy Issues in Health Education [CESD]
LABR/PLSI/URBS 570 Urban Health Policy [CESD]
PHIL 383 Ethics in Medicine
Category B: Structural and Cultural Aspects of Health and Healing
ANTH 630 Medical Anthropology [CESD]
ANTH 631 Culture and Medicine
H ED 520 Race, Class, Gender, and Health Promotion [CESD]
H ED 640 Structural Inequities and Public Health
HH 380 Holistic Health: Western Perspectives
HH 381 Holistic Health: Eastern Perspectives [CESD]
SOC 476 Medical Sociology [CESD]

Chemicals: Enticing, Dangerous, and Essential

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Chemicals in Us and Around Us
CHEM 310 Chemicals: Enticing, Dangerous, and Essential
Category B: Contributions from All Cultures
CHEM 599 Chemistry: Its Evolution through the Centuries [CESD]
H ED 315 Drugs in Society [CESD]
Category C: Chemicals, Life, and Society
BIOL 330 Human Sexuality
GEOL 305 Energy and Its Environmental Issues
GEOG 666 Geography of Garbage: Recycling and Waste Reduction

Children in Families and Society (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B.

Category A
BL S 525 Black Child Development [CESD]
CFS 320 Children and Families [CESD]
CFS 321 Adolescents and Families [CESD]
PSY 330 Child Development
Category B
ANTH 310 Family, Kin, and Community
CFS 522 Childhood Policies and Issues
HIST/S S 469 American Childhoods: Past and Present
PSY 435 Behavior Problems of Children [CESD]
S W 350 Child Welfare

Cross-cultural Studies in Language and Art (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Special Requirements: Select three courses with three different departmental prefixes.

ENG 615 Image, Metaphor, and Symbol [CESD]
ENG 631 Post-colonial Literature in English
HUM 360 Styles of African Cultural Expression [CESD]
HUM 510 Comparative Form and Culture [CESD]
HUM/RAZA 520 North/South American Cultural Expression [CESD]
NEXA 384 Words, Culture, and Change [CESD]
PHIL 460 Philosophy of Art [CESD]
SPCH 541 Intercultural Communication (4) [CESD]

Dynamics of the City (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category B or Category C.

Category A
HUM 376 San Francisco [CESD]
Category B
GEOG/URBS 432 Urban Geography (4)
GEOG 455 Geography of Ethnic Communities [CESD]
HIST 489/
URBS 400
Dynamics of the American City [CESD]
NEXA 383 The City and Civilization [CESD]
URBS 530 Alternative Urban Futures
Category C
HUM 375 Biography of a City [Any HUM 375 title may be taken]
HUM/JS 377 Jerusalem [CESD]

Ethics for the Contemporary World (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B. Courses with at least two different departmental prefixes must be selected.

Category A
GPS/I R/PHIL 315 Introduction to Global Peace Studies [CESD]
PHIL 435 Human Rights in Global Perspective [CESD]
PHIL 440 Ethics at Work I [CESD]
Category B
BUS 440 Ethics at Work II: Business
GPS/PHIL 375 Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. [CESD]
HMSX 469/
PHIL 445
Sex and Morality
JOUR 666 Ethical Issues in Journalism
J S 550 Good and Evil: Jewish Ethics and Contemporary Social Problems
PHIL 340 Society, Law, Diversity [CESD]
Prerequisites: PHIL 110 and ENG 214 or equivalent.
PHIL 383 Ethics in Medicine
PHIL 450 Ethics
Prerequisite: one course in philosophy or consent of instructor.
PHIL 470 Environmental Ethics

Evolution and Change: Processes and Problems (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Biological Evolution
ANTH 331 Fossil Humans (4)
ANTH 332 Human Variation Today (4) [CESD]
BIOL 337 Evolution
Prerequisite: BIOL 230 or 240 or consent of instructor.
NEXA 389 The Darwinian Revolution
Category B: Socio-cultural Evolution
SOC 471 Societal Change and Development (4) [CESD]
Category C: Cosmological Evolution
ASTR 410 Galaxies and Cosmology
Prerequisite: PHYS 121.
ASTR 350 History of Astronomy
Prerequisite: ASTR 115 or consent of instructor.

Exploring the Future: Next 20 Years (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A
REC 420 Leisure and Contemporary Society [CESD]
Category B
GEOG 421 Future Environments
URBS 530 Alternative Urban Futures

Family Dynamics and Societal Change (11-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A: Overview
SOC 464 Families and Society (4) [CESD]
Category B: Contexts and Perspectives
BL S 515 Black Family Studies [CESD]
CFS 426 Family Crises
JS 340 American Jewish Identity and Family [CESD]
SPCH 503 Gender and Communication (4) [CESD]
Prerequisite: SPCH 150.
SPCH 515 Family Communication (4) [CESD]
Prerequisite: SPCH 150.
URBS 565 Social Policy and the Family (4) [CESD]
Prerequisite: upper division standing.

Folklore (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses.

ANTH 581 Anthropology and Folklore [CESD]
CLAS 330 Ancient Epic Tales
CWL 421 Celtic Literature [CESD]
NEXA 384 Words, Culture, and Change [CESD]
TH A 451 Storytelling and Folk Literature [CESD]

Food, Cuisine, and Culture (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select any three courses. At least one course must be outside the major program listed on the Application for Graduation.

CFS/HM 351 Asian Food, Culture, and Hospitality [CESD]
CFS/DFM/
HM 352
Food, Production, and Service
CFS 356 Food and World Culture [CESD]
HM 324 Historical and Contemporary Aspects of Food, Beverage, and Culture in America [CESD]
HM 421 Food, Wine, and Culture in California [CESD]

Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender/Queer (10-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A: Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Queer Studies
HMSX 301 Perspectives in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies [CESD]
HMSX 667/SOC 467 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Cultures and Society (4) [CESD]
Prerequisite: ENG 214.
Category B: Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Queer: Lives Integrated into the Disciplines and in Broader Contexts
ANTH 569/HMSX 567 Cross-cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender [CESD]
ENG/HMSX 633 Gay Love in Literature
ETHS 640 Race and Sexual Migration
H ED 320 Contemporary Sexuality
HMSX 400/PSY 450 Variations in Human Sexuality [CESD]
PLSI 381 Political Theories of Sexuality
SOC 468 Social Aspects of Human Sexuality [CESD]
SPCH 525 Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
WOMS/HMSX 551 Lesbian and Queer Perspectives in Literature and Media [CESD]
WOMS 611 Theories of Female Sexuality

Gender and Culture: Identities, Images, Interactions (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A
ANTH 569/HMSX 567 Cross-cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender [CESD]
BECA/WOMS 485 Women and Media
CINE 304 Gender and Film (all topics) [CESD]
KIN 457 Culture, Gender, and Movement [CESD]
ENG/JS/WOMS 546 20th Century American Jewish Women Writers [CESD]
SOC 464 Families and Society (4) [CESD]
SOC 469 Gender and Society (4) [CESD]
SPCH 352 Women and Words (4)
SPCH 443 Rhetoric of Feminist Movements (4)
SPCH 503 Gender and Communication (4) [CESD]
SPCH 525 Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
Category B
WOMS 302 Translating Women's Experience [CESD]
WOMS 303 Women as Creative Agents [CESD]
WOMS 533 Women, Men, and Cultural Change [CESD]
WOMS 548 Literature by U.S. Women of Color [CESD]
WOMS/HMSX 551 Lesbian and Queer Perspectives in Literature and Media [CESD]
WOMS 554 Immigrant and Refugee Women [CESD]
WOMS 561 Women of Color in the U.S. [CESD]
WOMS 562 History of African American Women [CESD]
WOMS 564 Women Writers and Colonialism [CESD]
WOMS 565 Women in the Muslim and Arab Worlds [CESD]

Globalization and Citizenship in the Americas (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. At least one course must have a different departmental prefix.

Category A: Globalization and Regional Economic Integration
ECON/I R 635 Economics of Globalization
RAZA/WOMS 445 Gender Borders: Latinas and Globalization [CESD]
Category B: Global Culture
ANTH/CST 585 Multinational Corporations and World Cultures [CESD]
ANTH/I R 307 Culture and Identity in World Politics (4) [CESD]
RAZA 455 Resistance Literature of the Americas [CESD]
Category C: Global Citizens
ETHS/RAZA 470 Raza Immigration to the U.S. [CESD]
RAZA 660 Chicano/Latino Politics [CESD]
SOC 480/URBS 470 City in a Global Society (4) [CESD]

Global Peace and Human Rights (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B. Please note: A minimum of nine units must be completed in the cluster.

Category A
GPS/I R/PHIL 315 Introduction to Global Peace Study [CESD]
GPS/PHIL 375 Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. [CESD]
(Can be selected only if not used in Category B)
PHIL 435 Human Rights in Global Perspective [CESD]
(Can be selected only if not used in Category B)
Category B
ANTH/LABR/S S 525 Diversity in the Workplace
GPS/PHIL 375 Peace Law and Human Rights in the U.S. [CESD]
(Can be selected only if not used in Category A)
HIST/JS 317 The Holocaust and Genocide [CESD]
HIST 464 American Ethnic and Racial Relations I: 1740-1890 [CESD]
HIST 465 American Ethnic and Racial Relations II: 1890-Present [CESD]
HUM 366 India's Gandhi [CESD]
I R 432 Model United Nations (4)
I R 450/LABR 550 International Labor
PHIL 435 Human Rights in Global Perspective [CESD]
(Can be selected only if not used in Category A)
PLSI 552 Individual Rights in the Constitution (4)
Prerequisite: PLSI 200 or equivalent.
PSY 547 Social Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Prerequisite: 6 units of upper division psychology or consent of instructor.
SOC 461 Ethnic Relations: International Comparisons (4)
SPCH 461 Issues in Free Speech (4)
SPCH 531 Conflict Resolution (4)

Health and Wellness (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Health
H ED 310 Health in Society [CESD]
H ED 414 Women's Health: Problems and Issues [CESD]
Category B: Nutrition
CFS 355 Nutrition for Wellness
CFS 453 Nutrition in the Life Cycle
Category C: Physical Fitness and Exercise Science
KIN 300 Health Related Fitness and Wellness
Prerequisite: BIOL 100 or equivalent.
KIN 355 Science, Sport, and Fitness
Prerequisite: BIOL 100 or equivalent.

Historical and Cultural Perspectives on the Arts (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. Courses with at least two different departmental prefixes must be selected. One course designated CESD must be selected.

ANTH/DANC 657 Ethnology of Dance [CESD]
BL S 456 The History of Funk
BL S/DANC 617 Black Dance Experience [CESD]
DANC 415 Dance in Ritual and Religion [CESD]
DANC 430 Historical Survey of Dance in the Western World [CESD]
HUM 360 Styles of African Cultural Expression [CESD]
HUM 510 Comparative Form and Culture [CESD]
HUM/RAZA 520 North and South American Cultural Expression [CESD]
MUS 505 Music of the World's Peoples [CESD]
MUS 506 Survey of Jazz
MUS 512 Rock Since the Mid-60s
NEXA 369 The Demonic Pact: The Faust Myth in Music and Literature [CESD]
TH A 407 Popular Theatre/Popular Entertainment

Holistic Health (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses.

HH 380 Holistic Health: Western Perspectives
HH 381 Holistic Health: Eastern Perspectives [CESD]
HH 382 Holistic Health and Human Nature [CESD]
HH 383 Chinese Perspectives in Holistic Health [CESD]

Housing, Culture, and Society (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A
ID 340 Human Dimensions in Housing and Interiors [CESD]
Category B
GEOG 455 Geography of Ethnic Communities [CESD]
HUM 495 Architecture and American Life
ID 343 Housing for People with Special Needs
Prerequisite: ID 242 or consent of instructor.
PLSI/URBS 580 Urban Housing [CESD]

Human Communication (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A: Introduction to the Study of Language
ENG 420 Introduction to the Study of Language
Category B: Communicative Processes
C D 300 Human Communicative Development and Disorders [CESD]
NEXA 384 Words, Culture, and Change [CESD]
PSY 531 Psycholinguistics [CESD]
SPCH 321 Communication Theory (4)

Human Development (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses with three different departmental prefixes.

CFS 321 Adolescents and Families [CESD]
CFS 323 Infant/Toddler Development [CESD]
GRN 500 Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Perspective [CESD]
GRN 510/NURS 500 Death and Dying in Contemporary Society [CESD]
H ED 415 Health Aspects of Aging [CESD]
KIN 437 Physical Dimensions of Aging
KIN 487 Motor Development [CESD]
PSY 430 Adolescent Psychology [CESD]
PSY 431 Developmental Psychology [CESD]
PSY 432 Cognitive Development: Language, Thinking, and Perception [CESD]
Prerequisite: PSY 431.
PSY 433 Social, Emotional, and Personality Development
Prerequisite: PSY 431.
PSY 455 Cross-cultural Perspectives in Psychology [CESD]

Human Disability in Society (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. At least one course selected must be designated CESD.

Category A: Foundations of Human Development and Disability
PSY 330 Child Development
PSY 435 Behavior Problems of Children [CESD]
Prerequisite: PSY 330 or 431 or consent of instructor.
Category B: Impact of Disability for Individuals and Society
SPED 330 Introduction to Disability [CESD]
SPED 662 Education of Deaf/Hard of Hearing Children
Category C: Developmental and Cultural Differences Related to Disability
SPED 370 Young Children Disabled or At Risk and their Families
SPED 688 American Sign Language I

Human Expression: Diversity, Contradiction, Unity (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. At least one course must have a different departmental prefix. One course designated CESD must be selected.

CA 380 Arts and Social Change
CA 426 Thought and Image II [CESD]
HUM 425 Thought and Image I [CESD]
HUM 510 Comparative Form and Culture [CESD]
HUM/RAZA 520 North and South American Cultural Expression [CESD]
MUS 505 Music of the World's Peoples [CESD]
RAZA 320 Art History of La Raza
RAZA 425 Comparative Music Folklore

Human Sexuality: Biological, Psychological, Sociocultural, and Humanistic Aspects (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Biological and Psychological Aspects
BIOL 330 Human Sexuality
Prerequisite: a course in college biology or consent of instructor.
H ED 320 Contemporary Sexuality
HMSX/PSY 456 Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior
Prerequisites: 6 units of psychology course work or consent of instructor.
Category B: Sociological Aspects
ANTH 569/HMSX 567 Cross-cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender [CESD]
Prerequisites: upper division standing and consent of instructor.
HMSX 400/PSY 450 Variations in Human Sexuality [CESD]
SOC 468 Social Aspects of Human Sexuality (4) [CESD]
Category C: Humanistic Aspects
ANTH 415/HMSX 438 Culture and Sex in East Asia [CESD]
Prerequisites: ANTH 120 or consent of instructor and upper division standing.
ANTH/CST 590/
WOMS 595
Anthropology of Women [CESD]
Prerequisite: ENG 114 or consent of instructor.
COUN 614 Interpersonal Issues in Sexuality
Prerequisites: upper division standing and consent of instructor.
CFS 325 Transitions in the Family Life Cycle
CFS 428 Families with Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
Prerequisites: upper division standing and consent of instructor.
CFS 429 Divorce, Remarriage, and Step-families
Prerequisites: upper division standing and consent of instructor.
C W 507 Writing on the Body
Prerequisite: college creative writing course or consent of instructor.
H ED/HMSX 500 Values Clarification in Sexuality
Prerequisites: a college-level human sexuality course (such as BIOL 330 or HED 320).
HIST 313 Comparative History of Love and Sexuality
HMSX 301 Perspectives in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
Prerequisite: ENG 214.
HMSX/PSY 320 Sex and Relationships
HMSX/PHIL 369 Philosophical Issues in Sexuality (Any title listed under HMSX/PHIL 369 in the Class Schedule may be taken.)
HMSX/S S 421 Homophobia and Coming Out [CESD]
Prerequisites: ENG 114 and ENG 214 or equivalent courses with grades of C or better.
HMSX 469/PHIL 445 Sex and Morality
HMSX 470 Sexuality and the Internet
Prerequisites: HMSX 300, upper division standing, and consent of instructor.
HMSX/WOMS 551 Lesbian and Queer Perspectives in Literature and Media
Prerequisites: ENG 114 and consent of instructor.
HMSX 569/PHIL 455 Sex and the Law
Prerequisite: ENG 114 or equivalent.
HMSX 600/PSY 650 Research on Sexual Identity [CESD]
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
HMSX 678 Disability and Sexuality
Prerequisite: college course in human sexuality or consent of instructor.
HUM 390 Images of Eroticism
Prerequisites: ENG 114 and consent of instructor.
SPCH 525 Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
Prerequisites: a college-level English or speech class or consent of instructor.
WOMS 533 Women, Men, and Cultural Change [CESD]
Prerequisite: ENG 114 or equivalent or consent of instructor.
WOMS 552 Lesbian Lives and Thought
WOMS 611 Female Sexuality: Social and Theoretical Perspectives
Prerequisites: ENG 114 or equivalent and a college-level women studies course or consent of instructor.

Ideas and the Making of Culture (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, one course from Category B, and a third course from Category A or Category B.

Category A: Creative Themes and Ideas--Continuity and Change in Culture Over Time
CLAS 490 History of Ideas of the Ancient Classical World [CESD]
HUM 345 Humanism and Mysticism [CESD]
NEXA 330 Marxism, Feminism, and Social Change [CESD]
NEXA 368 Dangerous Liaisons: Don Juan Myth in Music and Literature [CESD]
NEXA 369 Demonic Pact: The Faust Myth in Music and Literature [CESD]
NEXA 380 Cosmologies and World Views [CESD]
Category B: Visionary Modes of Thought--Culture and Paradigms in Time
CLAR 502 Ancient Egyptian Language and Literature
ENG 603 Literature and History of Ideas
HUM 410/PHIL 304 The Modern Revolution [CESD]
NEXA 387 Origins of Modern Science
NEXA 389 The Darwinian Revolution
NEXA 390 The Einsteinian Revolution
NEXA 456 Reality and the New Physics

Integrating the Social Sciences (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. The courses in Category A and Category B can be taken concurrently, but only through special GE sections designated in the Class Schedule.

Category A
S S 300 Social Sciences Core I [CESD]
Category B
S S 301 Social Sciences Core II [CESD]
Prerequisite: S S 300 or consent of instructor and upper division standing.
Category C
C J 300 Criminal Justice: A Cross-disciplinary Perspective (4) [CESD]
HH 382 Holistic Health and Human Nature [CESD]
HIST 489/URBS 400 Dynamics of the American City [CESD]
HMSX 400/PSY 450 Variations in Human Sexuality [CESD]
GRN 500 Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Perspective [CESD]
WOMS 400 Research Methods in Women and Gender Studies [CESD]
Prerequisite: WOMS 200 or equivalent.

Islamic Societies and Cultures

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Intellectual and Cultural Themes
ANTH 319 Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa [CESD]
HUM/JS/PHIL 501 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam [CESD]
PHIL 436 Islamic Political Philosophy [CESD]
PHIL 515 Semitic Religious Thought (Any title listed under PHIL 515 in the Class Schedule may be taken.)
PHIL 516 Islamic Philosophy [CESD]
Category B: Institutional and Social Themes
ETHS 420 Post-Colonial Arab and Arab-American Identity: Memory and Resistance
HIST 604 Islamic World I: 500-1500 [CESD]
HIST 605 Islamic World II: 1500-Present [CESD]
I R 323 The Middle East: The Peripheral States (4) [CESD]
I R 324 The Middle East: Islamic Heartland (4) [CESD]
I R 326 South and Southeast Asia: Foreign Relations (4) [CESD]
I R 335 Muslim Societies in Transnational Perspective (4)
I R 433 Model Arab League
PLSI 410 Middle East Politics (4)
PLSI 418 Political Transitions: East and Southeast Asia (4) [CESD]
PLSI 420 State-Society Relations in the Middle East (4)
PLSI 425 Imagining Power in the Middle East (4)
WOMS 565 Women in the Muslim and Arab Worlds [CESD]
Category C: Visual and Creative Themes
ARAB/CWL/ETHS 450 Arabic and Arab American Literature [CESD]
ART 504 Art and Architecture of Islam [CESD]
ETHS 430 Arab Media Images in America: Impact on Arab Americans
HUM 361 Cultural Expressions in Islam [CESD]
HUM/JS 377 Jerusalem [CESD]
HUM 496 Islam and the Poetics of Space [CESD]
MUS 530 Musics of the Middle East and India [CESD]

Jewish Experience (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select two courses from Category A and one course from Category B. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A: Culture, Philosophy, and Religion
CLAS/CWL 416/
JS 516/PHIL 551
Bible and Ethics: The Moral of the Story [CESD]
CWL/JS 437/ENG 533 Holocaust and Literature [CESD]
CWL/ENG/JS 451 Jewish Literature of the Americas [CESD]
ENG/JS/WOMS 546 20th Century American Jewish Women Writers [CESD]
HUM/JS/PHIL 501 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
JS 300 Introduction to Jewish Studies [CESD]
JS 350 Jewish Social Responsibility
JS 410/PHIL 514 Kabbalah and Mysticism in the Jewish Tradition [CESD]
JS/PHIL 415 The Hebrew Bible
JS 425 Judaism: Religion and Text [CESD]
Category B: History
JS/HIST 317 Holocaust and Genocide [CESD]
HIST/JS 632 Jewish History I: Beginning to 1650
HIST/JS 633 Jewish History II: 1650 to Present [CESD]
JS 340 American Jewish Identity and Family [CESD]
JS/I R/PLSI 430 Israeli Democracy: Politics, Institutions, and Society

Latin America: Society and Culture (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Historical Perspectives
ANTH/HIST/
RAZA/S S 501
Latin America: The National Period [CESD]
HIST 500 Colonial Latin America [CESD]
HIST 520 Central America and the Caribbean [CESD]
Category B: Modern Latin America
GEOG 572 Geography of Latin America [CESD]
HIST 524 History of Mexico [CESD]
HIST 528 History of Brazil [CESD]
HIST/S S 550 Social Change in Modern Latin America [CESD]
I R/PLSI 322 Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
RAZA 460 Central Americans of the U.S.: History and Heritage [CESD]
Category C: Philosophy, Culture, and Art
ANTH 471 The Ancient Maya [CESD]
RAZA 450 Indigenismo: Indigenous Culture and Personality [CESD]
RAZA 475 Aztec Philosophy [CESD]
SPAN 405 Culture and Civilization of Spanish America [CESD]
Prerequisites: SPAN 215 and 216 or equivalent.

Law, Crime, and Justice (10-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Special Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Administration of Justice Policies
C J 300 Criminal Justice: A Cross-disciplinary Perspective (4) [CESD]
Category B: Sociological Perspectives
C J/RAZA 485 Issues in the Criminalization of Latino Youth
SOC 451 Criminological Theory (4)
SOC 455 Punishment and Social Control (4)
SOC 459 Criminal Law and Social Process (4)
Category C: Law and Justice Perspectives
C J 435/RAZA 430 Race, Crime, and Justice
PHIL 335 Law and Society
PHIL 380 Philosophy of Law

Making Cities Humane (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A: Urban Dynamics--Local and Global
ANTH/URBS 555 Urban Anthropology
ECON/URBS 535 Urban Economics
HIST 489/URBS 400 Dynamics of the American City [CESD]
RAZA 415 Political Economy and Raza [CESD]
SOC 480/URBS 470 City in Global Society (4)
Category B: Problems and Solutions
BL S 340 Economics of the Black Community [CESD]
BL S 382 African American Economic History [CESD]
GEOG 667/URBS 515 Environmental Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Environment (4) [CESD]
H ED/URBS 582 Homelessness and Public Policy [CESD]
LABR/PLSI/URBS 570 Urban Health Policy [CESD]
PLSI/URBS 560 Urban Poverty and Policy (4) [CESD]
PLSI/S W/URBS 660 Roles of Non-profit Organizations in Urban Life
URBS 565 Social Policy and the Family (4) [CESD]

Maximizing Personal Potential: Body-Mind Integration (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A: Cross-cultural Perspectives on Mind-Body Interaction
H H 381 Holistic Health: Eastern Perspective [CESD]
H H 382 Holistic Health and Human Nature [CESD]
H H 383 Chinese Perspectives in Holistic Health [CESD]
Category B: Skills in Maximizing Personal Potential
H H 380 Holistic Health: Western Perspectives
H H 420 Chinese Body-Mind Energetics
Prerequisites: H H 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
H H 430 Foundations of Biofeedback and Self Regulation
Prerequisites: H H 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
H H 433 Introduction to Autogenic Training
Prerequisites: H H 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
H H 540 Imagery and Meditation in Healing
Prerequisites: H H 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
H H 690 Psychophysiology of Healing
Prerequisite: H H 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
KIN 331 Peak Performance
PSY 594 Psychology of Biofeedback Processes
Prerequisites: PSY 371 and 400 or consent of instructor.

Media and Social Issues (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, one course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or Category B.

Category A: Socio-cultural Investigation of Media
BECA 422 Social Aspects of Electronic Media [CESD]
Prerequisite: BECA 200.
BECA 490 Television and Social Change [CESD]
CINE 308 Third World Cinema [CESD]
CINE 342 Documentary Film [CESD]
JOUR 610 Diversity and the U.S. News Media
Category B: Ethical, Legal, and Political Investigations of Media
BECA 460 Introduction to News on Broadcast and Electronic Media
Prerequisite: BECA 200.
CINE 373 Film and Society
JOUR 666 Ethical Issues in Journalism
SPCH 440 Political Communication (4)
SPCH 461 Issues in Free Speech (4)

Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A: Perception of Communication Messages and the Construction of Meaning
BECA 301 Media Literacy in the Electronic Culture [CESD]
BECA 390 The Age of Information [CESD]
KIN 457 Culture, Gender, and Movement [CESD]
KIN 502 Sport and Social Issues [CESD]
SPCH 331 Verbal and Nonverbal Symbols (4) [CESD]
Category B: Making Sense of Electronic Media
ANTH/CINE 327 Anthropology and Film (4) [CESD]
BECA 502 Environmental Communication on the Electronic Media
MUS 505 Music of the World's Peoples [CESD]
SPCH 444 Rhetoric of the Media (4)
SPCH 445 The Rhetoric of Terrorism (4)

Medieval and Renaissance Europe (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A, B, or C.

Category A
ENG 501 Age of Chaucer
ENG 583 Shakespeare: Representative Plays
Category B
HIST 330/HUM 403 The Early Middle Ages [CESD]
HIST 331/HUM 404 The High Middle Ages [CESD]
Category C
ART/HUM 405 Art, Literature, and Power in the Renaissance
HIST 334 The Renaissance
HIST 336 The Reformation
PHIL 302 Medieval Philosophy

Mediterranean and Middle East: Cultural Crossroads (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, a second course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or B. At least one course must be CESD.

Category A
CLAS 490 History of Ideas in the Ancient Classical World [CESD]
CWL 430 Heroic Tales of the Mediterranean [CESD]
NEXA 383 The City in Civilization [CESD]
JS/HUM/PHIL 501 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Category B
CLAR 450 Archaeology of Istanbul
HIST 330/HUM 403 The Early Middle Ages [CESD]
HIST 604 Islamic World I: 500-1500 [CESD]
HIST 605 Islamic World II: 1500-Present [CESD]
I R 323 Middle East Periphery (4) [CESD]
I R 324 Middle East Heartland (4) [CESD]
PHIL 502 World Religions [CESD]

Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European Contributions to World Culture (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. Courses with at least two different departmental prefixes must be selected.

Category A
HIST 344 19th Century Europe [CESD]
HIST 389 European International History: 1848-1918 [CESD]
Category B
HIST/I R 346 Recent European History [CESD]
HIST 390 European International History: 1918-Present [CESD]
HIST 400 History of Modern European Imperialism [CESD]
Category C
HUM 410/PHIL 304 The Modern Revolution [CESD]
HUM 415 Contemporary Culture [CESD]
I R/PLSI 328 Domestic and Foreign Policy of Post-Communist Regions (4)

Our Violent Planet (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select two courses from Category A and one course from Category B.

Category A
GEOL 302 The Violent Earth
METR 302 The Violent Atmosphere and Ocean
Category B
ENVS/GEOG 600 Environmental Problems and Solutions [CESD]
GEOG 402 The Climatic Challenge [CESD]
PLSI 354 Politics, the Environment, and Social Change [CESD]

Perspectives on Aging (9-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A
GRN 500 Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Perspective [CESD]
Category B
BIOL 331 Physiology of Aging
H ED 415 Health Aspects of Aging [CESD]
Category C
PSY 630 Psychology of Aging (4)
Prerequisite: PSY 330 or 331.

Planning the Urban Environment (10-11 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A
HIST 489/URBS 400 Dynamics of the American City [CESD]
Category B
GEOG/URBS 433 Urban Transportation (4)
PLSI/URBS 580 Urban Housing [CESD]
GEOG 667/URBS 515 Environmental Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Environment (4) [CESD]
GEOG 668/PLSI/URBS 513 Politics, Law, and the Urban Environment (4)
GEOG/URBS 658 Land Use Planning (4)
URBS 514 Sustainable Development in Cities (4)

Preservation of a Livable Environment (9-10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category. Please note: A minimum of nine units must be completed in the cluster.

Category A: Integrative Overview
GEOG/ENVS 600 Environmental Problems and Solutions [CESD]
Category B: Social Sciences Perspective
ANTH 321 Endangered Cultures [CESD]
BUS 450 Greening of Business
GEOG 422 Environmental Perception
GEOG 427 Agriculture and Food Supply (4)
GEOG/URBS 651 San Francisco Bay Area Environmental Issues (4)
GEOG 666 Geography of Garbage: Recycling and Waste Reduction
PLSI 354 Politics, the Environment, and Social Change (4)
REC 605 Ecotourism Facilities and Services
SOC 477 Environmental Sociology
Category C: Natural Sciences Perspective
BIOL 313 Principles of Ecology
Prerequisite: a course in college biology or an environment oriented subject.
BIOL 318 Our Endangered Planet
Prerequisite: a course in college biology.
GEOL 305 Energy and Its Environmental Issues

Raza Immigrant Communities in the U.S. (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, and two courses from Category B.

Category A: Immigration
ETHS/RAZA 470 Raza Immigration to the U.S. [CESD]
Category B: Demographics
RAZA 460 Central Americans of the U.S.: History and Heritage [CESD]
RAZA/WOMS 445 Gendered Borders: Latinas and Globalization
RAZA 440 Caribbean Cultures
RAZA 500 Raza Community Mental Health [CESD]
RAZA 680 Raza and Community Organizing [CESD]

Religious Studies (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A
PHIL 525/RELS 300 The Nature of Religious Experience [CESD]
Category B
PHIL 502 World Religions [CESD]
Category C
AIS 310 American Indian Religion and Philosophy [CESD]
BL S 326 Black Religion [CESD]
HIST 328 Early Christian Church to 313
HIST 329 Early Christian Church, 313-787
HIST 482 Religion in America
HUM 345 Humanism and Mysticism [CESD]
NEXA 380 Cosmologies and Worldviews [CESD]
PHIL 510 Far Eastern Philosophy and Religion (Any title listed under PHIL 510 in the Class Schedule may be taken.)
PHIL 515 Semitic Religious Thought (Any title listed under PHIL 515 in the Class Schedule may be taken.)
PHIL 520 Modern Religious Thought
SOC 478 Religion and Society (4) [CESD]

Revolution in Comparative Perspective (10 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A
I R 340 Revolutionary Ideologies in World Politics (4)
NEXA 330 Marxism, Feminism, and Social Change [CESD]
Category B: Revolution in Western Societies
HIST 342 Europe and the French Revolution
HIST 385 The Russian Revolution
HIST 422 The Founding of the American Nation
Category C: Revolution in Third World Societies
HIST/S S 550 Social Change in Modern Latin America [CESD]
HIST 571 History of Modern China [CESD]

Science and Human Values (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. One course designated CESD must be selected.

BIOL 333 The Genetic Revolution
Prerequisite: one course in college-level biology.
BIOL 349 Bioethics
ENVS/GEOG 600 Environmental Problems and Solutions [CESD]
NEXA 340 The Nuclear Revolution
NEXA 360 The Visual World of Science and Art
NEXA 362 Computers in the Arts and Humanities
NEXA 375 The Big C: Literary and Scientific Perspectives on Cancer in Contemporary Life
NEXA 380 Cosmologies and Worldviews [CESD]
NEXA 387 Origins of Modern Science
NEXA 389 The Darwinian Revolution
NEXA 390 The Einsteinian Revolution
NEXA 392 Nature, Culture, and Technology [CESD]
NEXA 397 Communication Between Humans and Other Animals
NEXA 440 Ethical Issues in Science and Technology
NEXA 456 Reality and the New Physics
PHIL 383 Ethics in Medicine

Social Issues and the Media (See Media and Social Issues)

Stress, Work, and Leisure (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. Courses with three different departmental prefixes must be selected.

CFS 421 Children and Stress [CESD]
CFS 430 Management Dynamics: Life Goals and Decisions [CESD]
H H 380 Holistic Health: Western Perspectives
PSY 465 The Psychology of Work Life Stress [CESD]
REC 380 Developmental Play Processes [CESD]

Third World Development (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A and two courses from Category B.

Category A
ECON 620 Economic Development [CESD]
I R/S S 520 Modernization and Third World Countries (4) [CESD]
I R/S S 540 The Rich and the Poor Nations (4) [CESD]
WOMS 531 Women and International Development [CESD]
Prerequisite: WOMS 200 or consent of instructor.
Category B
ECON 620 Economic Development [CESD] (Can be selected only if not used in Category A)
GEOG 572 Geography of Latin America [CESD]
HIST 400 Modern European Imperialism [CESD]
HIST/S S 550 Social Change in Modern Latin America [CESD]
HIST 611 Modern Africa [CESD]
I R/PLSI 321 Development and Foreign Policy--Africa (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 322 Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
I R 323 Middle East: Periphery (4) [CESD]
I R 324 Middle East: Heartland (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 325 Chinese Foreign Policy: Domestic and Foreign (4) [CESD]
I R 326 South and Southeast Asia Foreign Relations (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 412 South Asian Politics (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 416 Ethnicity and Nationalism (4)
I R/S S 520 Modernization and Third World Countries [CESD] (If not used in Category A)
I R/S S 540 The Rich and the Poor Nations (4) [CESD] (If not used in Category A)
SOC 482 Global Immigration and Immigrants [CESD]
SOC 483 Global Sociology (4) [CESD]
WOMS 531 Women and International Development [CESD]
Prerequisite: WOMS 200 or consent of instructor. (If not used in Category A)

Understanding Public Policy (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from Category A, one course from Category B, and a third course from either Category A or B. Courses with two different departmental prefixes must be selected. One course designated CESD must be selected.

Category A: The Public Policy Process
PA/PLSI 400 The Public Policy Process
PLSI/URBS 480 Policy Analysis (4)
PLSI 551 Judicial Power in Public Policy Making (4)
PLSI 553 Legal Issues (4)
Category B: Public Policy Areas
BL S 375 Law and the Black Community
ENVS 450 Environmental Law and Policy
ENVS/GEOG 600 Environmental Problems and Solutions [CESD]
ETHS 665 Asian American Community and Public Policy
GEOG 427 Agriculture and Food Supply (4)
GEOG/URBS 433 Urban Transportation
GEOG 666 Geography of Garbage: Recycling and Waste
GEOG 667/URBS 515 Environmental Justice: Race, Poverty, and the Environment (4) [CESD]
H ED 310 Health and Society [CESD]
H ED 417 AIDS: Contemporary Health Crisis [CESD]
H ED 418 Environmental Health
HIST 461 History of American Foreign Policy
HMSX 569/PHIL 455 Sex and the Law
I R 310 U.S. Foreign Policy (4)
I R/PLSI 321 Development and Foreign Policy--Africa (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 322 Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
I R/PLSI 328 Domestic and Foreign Policy: Post-Communist Regions (4) [CESD]
I R 331 Global Environmental Crisis
URBS 530 Alternative Urban Futures
URBS/PLSI 560 Urban Poverty and Policy (4) [CESD]
URBS 565 Social Policy and Family Systems (4) [CESD]
URBS/LABR 570 Urban Health Policy [CESD]
URBS/PLSI 580 Urban Housing [CESD]

Women: Half the World (9 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: Women in Traditional Cultures
ANTH 485 Archaeology of Women [CESD]
ANTH/CST 590/WOMS 595 Anthropology of Women [CESD]
Category B: History of Women in Europe and the United States
ANTH/LABR/S S 343 Women and Work [CESD]
HIST 347 Women in Modern Europe [CESD]
HIST 467 Women in the U.S. to 1890 [CESD]
S S 345/WOMS 534 Women and the Law [CESD]
WOMS 561 Women of Color in the U.S. [CESD]
WOMS 562 History of African American Women [CESD]
Category C: Women's Lives--A Cross-cultural Perspective
HIST/WOMS 535/RAZA 533 History of Women in Latin America [CESD]
HIST/WOMS 575 History of Women in China and Japan [CESD]
PLSI/S S/I R 544 Women in the World (4) [CESD]
WOMS 531 Women and International Development [CESD]
WOMS 554 Immigrant and Refugee Women [CESD]
WOMS 564 Women Writers and Colonialism [CESD]
WOMS 565 Women in Muslim and Arab Worlds [CESD]

Women of Color in the U.S. (9-12 units)

General Requirements: Consult the requirements at the beginning of this Segment III section.

Specific Requirements: Select three courses.

AA S 603 Asian American Women [CESD]
AIS 420 American Indian Women [CESD]
BL S 335 Black Women: A Cultural Analysis [CESD]
RAZA 410 La Raza Women [CESD]
RAZA/WOMS 445 Gendered Borders: Latinas and Globalization [CESD]

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