GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: INTRODUCTION

What is the purpose of General Education? The purpose of general education is to develop a breadth of knowledge that will sustain the community and enrich the life of its members. By liberating the mind from the bonds of preconception, enhancing the ability to reason critically and communicate effectively, and developing an appreciation and understanding of the richness and diversity of society, general education strives to prepare individuals who can address the fundamental issues of our time.

The program is designed to encourage students to:

The general education curriculum is divided into three segments with distinctive, but interrelated, objectives. These are Segment I, Basic Subjects; Segment II, Arts and Sciences Core; and Segment III, Relationships of Knowledge.

Segment I: Basic Subjects

The hallmarks of an educated person include the ability to communicate with clarity and force, to read with discrimination and understanding, and to think with precision and creativity. The Basic Subjects curriculum develops a disciplined use of language for effective written and oral communication skills, and builds disciplined thought processes for sharpened analytic abilities. Quantitative reasoning, in turn, helps the student develop greater competence and confidence to reason and make judgments about mathematically-based information.

Segment II: Arts and Sciences Core

The Arts and Sciences Core helps students develop an understanding of the contributions to and influences on our world of the physical and biological sciences, social sciences, humanities, and creative arts. Through study of the arts and sciences, students are introduced to theories and methods of inquiry and assessment particular to these disciplines and to how this knowledge is applicable to an understanding and appreciation of others and oneself. Students are exposed to multiple ways of acquiring knowledge and encouraged to participate actively in creative endeavors. Within Segment II, students gain information that will be useful to their lifelong personal development (LLD--Lifelong Development) and to their development as active and constructive participants in a diverse society (AERM--American and Ethnic Racial Minorities).

Through the physical and biological sciences curriculum, students develop skills in applying the scientific method to the search for understanding of the components and processes that constitute our physical and biological worlds, and an understanding of the connections between scientific developments and contemporary issues that affect our lives.

Through the behavioral and social sciences, students enhance the understanding of themselves and others as psychological and social beings. The curriculum develops skills for analyzing human behavior and for evaluating facts and principles relevant to making social policy. Course work is aimed toward fostering civic and global responsibility and an appreciation for diverse values and cultural traditions, past and present.

In the humanities and arts, students are urged to explore fundamental questions regarding human values, aesthetics, and expression. The curriculum is dedicated to stimulating reflective thinking, imagination and creativity; to increasing civic and global responsibility; to cultivating moral action; and to building the communication skills needed to express the best of what it means to be human.

Segment III: Relationships of Knowledge

In Segment III, Relationships of Knowledge, students choose a focused and coherent theme of study that challenges them to integrate and apply the skills and knowledge developed in undergraduate studies. Students may pursue the identification, investigation, and resolution of significant societal concerns; or students may develop an in-depth understanding of human achievements by focusing on study of a particular cultural perspective. Every cluster requires the demonstration of an appreciation for cultural pluralism and for the diversity of human experience, values, and contributions of various groups such as ethnic, racial, socioeconomic, cultural, age, dominant, non-dominant, sexual, gender, and disabled.

Summary of the 48-unit General Education Requirements

Segment I: Basic Subjects	Units
Written Communications		3
Oral Communications		3
Critical Thinking		3

Quantitative Reasoning		3
Total units in Segment I		12

Segment II: Arts and Sciences Core

Physical and Biological Sciences		9
Behavioral and Social Sciences		9

Humanities and Creative Arts		9
Total units in Segment II		27

Segment III: Relationships of Knowledge

Upper Division Residence Units in a Thematic 
Cluster (including a Cultural Ethnic or Social

Diversity component [CESD])		9

Total units in Segment III		9
Total Units in General Education		48
NOTE: In Segment II, students must choose courses in the three broad areas of knowledge which also satisfy the American Ethnic and Racial Minorities (AERM) requirement and the Lifelong Development (LLD) requirement (three units each). At least one course chosen in the Physical and Biological Sciences Area must include a laboratory or field (L/F) component.

Who must complete the 48-unit General Education requirements? Students must complete the 48-unit General Education requirements listed above, if they were admitted to SFSU in Fall 1981 or thereafter. Students may be eligible to complete the 40-unit General Studies Program requirements: (1) if they were enrolled in a California community college or a campus of the California State University system prior to Fall 1981 and attended at least one semester or two quarters every calendar year thereafter (excluding summer sessions); or (2) if they were readmitted to SFSU with at least 90 units of college work completed overall, and if they had completed at least 30 units of this total at SFSU, and if they were placed under the 40-unit General Studies Program requirements when they previously attended SFSU. Students should consult an adviser in the Advising Center, ADM 212, for specific information on the 40-unit General Studies Program requirements.

How does a transfer student get credit for General Education courses taken at another university? If students are California community college or California State University transfers, they will be given credit for specific general education requirements which their former institutions have certified as completed. If they are transfer students from another public or private college, they will be given appropriate GE credit when these courses have been determined by the evaluators to meet SFSU's specific GE requirements.

When students have partially fulfilled a GE requirement at another institution, they must complete the remaining part of the requirement with courses from SFSU's currently approved list of GE courses. If they are newly admitted transfer students, they will receive an SFSU ''Advanced Standing Evaluation Form.'' This document identifies those SFSU GE requirements that students have completed as well as those that they still need to complete. If students have questions about the placement of transfer courses on their ``Advanced Standing Evaluation Form'' for GE credit, they should inquire in the Student Services Center, HSS 127. To determine the correct way to complete their remaining GE requirements, transfer students are strongly encouraged to complete the ``Academic Progress Record,'' which can be found in the Class Schedule. Attendance at an orientation or Advising Center GE workshop as soon as possible after admission is highly recommended.

How do transfer students know their Bulletin year? This information is part of each student's admission letter packet.

What is an ASE? An Advanced Standing Evaluation (ASE) is a form which summarizes a student's transfer course work and tells how the work meets General Education and other university requirements. This form is sent to students before the end of their first semester at SFSU.

Can I use the same course for General Education and for my major? Yes, a maximum of twelve units used to meet General Education requirements may also be used in the major. Although the courses meet two different requirements, the units count only once. There are specific limitations on double counting in Segment III.

Can I use the same course to satisfy Segment II and Segment III requirements? No, a course used to satisfy a Segment II requirement may not also be used to satisfy a Segment III cluster requirement. For example, BIOL 330 is listed in both Segments II and III. A student may use this course to satisfy either Segment II or Segment III, but not both. See Segment III General Requirements.

Can I use the same class to meet General Education and U.S. History and Government requirements? No, students may not double count courses taken at SFSU toward both General Education requirements and the U.S. History and Government requirement. Engineering majors should consult the Engineering GE adviser for exceptions.

Can I earn GE credit for college-level learning that I acquired through prior work or life experience? Yes. The CEEL (Credit by Evaluation for Experiential Learning) Program provides an alternative method of earning General Education or general elective credit for those students who have acquired prior college-level learning for which no college credit has been awarded. To obtain further information about the CEEL Program and workshops, contact the Advising Center at 338-2101.

THE GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

The description which follows of General Education requirements applies to students entering SFSU as first-time freshmen in Bulletin years 1996-97 as well as to students entering their first term of continuous attendance in the California State University system. Transfer students receive an Advanced Standing Evaluation (ASE) which indicates their Bulletin year and evaluates courses taken elsewhere as they pertain to SFSU General Education requirements.

The 48-unit GE program was implemented in Bulletin year 1981-82, and through the years, the program has evolved. The Bulletin for each academic year describes the requirements in effect for that year. While students have the option of completing the requirements from their Bulletin year, they may also follow the requirements as stated in the current Bulletin. (Refer to the Bulletin Rights section of this Bulletin.) This means that as long as requirements have been fulfilled as described in a Bulletin to which the student is entitled (and not a mixed and matched version of instructions from one program and courses from another program), graduation requirements have been completed as designed. Consult an adviser for details.

Before selecting General Education courses, students should complete a copy of the Freshman or Transfer version of the Academic Progress Record (APR). The APR is a worksheet prepared by the undergraduate Advising Center that outlines SFSU graduation requirements and how they differ for students who enter as first-time freshmen (Native Pattern) and as transfer students (Transfer Pattern), and can be found in the Class Schedule.

NOTE: Some courses may not be offered every semester. A description of all courses is included in the Announcement of Courses section of this Bulletin. Unless otherwise stated, courses may not be repeated for additional units of credit. Consult Index for the section on Explanation of Course Notations in this Bulletin.

SEGMENT I: BASIC SUBJECTS (12 units)

ALL STUDENTS must take a minimum of twelve units in Segment I: Basic Subjects. A three-unit semester course or equivalent must be completed in each of the following areas: Written Communication, Oral Communication, Critical Thinking, and Quantitative Reasoning. Students must also complete the Library Requirement or an approved equivalent.

Written Communication (3 units required)

For test and course prerequisites, refer to the Written English Requirements section of this Bulletin. Courses that fulfill the Written Communication requirement are listed below. To see which courses are offered for a particular semester, consult the Class Schedule for that semester under the heading English Composition Requirement, Second Year at the end of the listing of English courses.

Summary of Written English Graduation Requirements

English Placement Test (EPT): Must be taken during the first semester of attendance unless a course or test exemption is granted.

ENG 114: Prerequisite--passing score on EPT or equivalent or grade of C or better in ENG 50 or equivalent.

ENG 214: Prerequisite--grade of C or better in ENG 114 or equivalent.

Junior English Proficiency Essay Test (JEPET): Prerequi sites--grade of C or better in ENG 114 and 214 or equivalents.

AIS 214	Second Year Written Composition: 
American Indian Studies
AAS 214	Second Year Written Composition: Asian 
American Studies
BLS 214	Second Year Written Composition: Black 
Studies
BUS 214	Second Year Written Composition: Business
ENG 214	Second Year Written Composition: English
ENG 310	English as a Second Language: 
Composition 2
HUM 214	Second Year Written Composition: 
Humanities
LARA 214	Second Year Written Composition: La Raza 
Studies
MUS 214	Second Year Written Composition: Music
NEXA 214	Second Year Written Composition: NEXA

Oral Communication (3 units required)

ENG 210	English as a Second Language: Oral
Communication
SPCH 150	Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Critical Thinking (3 units required)

AIS/AAS/BLS/ETHS/LARA 110 Critical Thinking: The 
Third World Experience
ENG 200	Writing Logically
PHIL 110	Introduction to Critical Thinking I
PSY 111	The Logic and Psychology of Critical 
Thinking
SPCH 250	Argumentation and Advocacy (4)

Quantitative Reasoning (3 units required)

For test and course prerequisites to this Quantitative Reasoning Requirement, refer to the Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) Examination section of this Bulletin.

Effective Fall 1992, all students who register for a General Education quantitative reasoning course at SFSU must (1) have passed the Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) examination with a total score of 550 or above; or (2) have obtained one of the approved ELM exemptions; or (3) after taking the ELM, have passed intermediate algebra (MATH 70) at SFSU or an equivalent course elsewhere with a grade of credit (CR) or C- or better. Students who fail ELM may elect to: (1) take appropriate remedial mathematics courses at SFSU; or (2) retake it, if they scored between 480 and 540; or (3) take appropriate remedial course work at a California community college; or (4) take and pass a course that is certified by a California community college as meeting the CSU-Quantitative Reasoning requirement. Students who have questions about course exemptions should contact the Testing Center, ADM 152.

BA 110	Mathematical Analysis for Business
GEOG 203	Geographical Measurement
ISED 160	Data Analysis in Education
MATH 110	Mathematics for Business Analysis
MATH/STAT 124Elementary Statistics
MATH 219	Calculus and Analytic Geometry I with Pre-
Calculus Support
MATH 220	Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 226	Calculus I
PSY 171	Quantitative Reasoning in Psychology

SEGMENT II: ARTS AND SCIENCES CORE (27 units)

ALL STUDENTS: The following requirements apply to each of the three Areas of Segment II: Physical and Biological Sciences, Behavioral and Social Sciences, and the Humanities and Creative Arts. In addition to the requirements below, note the specific requirements within each Segment II Area. There are also different requirements for students who enter San Francisco State as first-time freshmen and students who enter as transfers.

FRESHMAN STUDENT PATTERN

TRANSFER STUDENT PATTERN

Physical and Biological Sciences Area
(9 units)

FRESHMAN STUDENT PATTERN
Category Requirements: Students must choose one course (three units minimum) in Category A: Physical Sciences; one course (three units minimum) in Category B: Biological Sciences; and one course (three units minimum) in Category C: Integrative Science. In the three categories, courses from at least two departments must be selected; all three categories cannot be fulfilled with courses having the same departmental prefix. At least one course must have a laboratory or fieldwork component (L/F). The Physical and Biological Science courses should be completed before the Integrative Science course.

TRANSFER STUDENT PATTERN
Category Requirements: Students must complete one course (three units minimum) from the approved Physical Sciences list (Category A) and a second course (three units minimum) from the approved Biological Sciences list (Category B). The third course may be chosen from these categories or from Category C: Integrative Science. A third course is not required of students whose ASE indicates a six-unit system pattern. In the Physical and Biological Sciences Area, at least one course must have a laboratory or fieldwork component (L/F).

Category A: Physical Sciences

ASTR 115	Introduction to Astronomy
ASTR 116	Astronomy Laboratory (1) [L/F]
ASTR/PHYS 170 The Physical Universe
CHEM 101	Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 102	Survey of Chemistry Laboratory (1) [L/F]
CHEM 105	Chemistry for Today's Living
CHEM 111	General Chemistry I (5) [L/F]
GEOL 100	Introduction to Geology
GEOL 101	Introduction to Geology Laboratory (1) 
[L/F]
GEOL/METR 102 Introduction to Oceanography
GEOL/METR 103 Introduction to Oceanography 
Laboratory (1) [L/F]
GEOL 105	History of Life
GEOL 110	Physical Geology (4) [L/F]
GEOL 250	Geology of the National Parks [L/F]
GEOL 272	Earthquakes and the San Andreas Fault 
[L/F]
METR 100	Introduction to Meteorology
METR 101	Introduction to Meteorology 
Laboratory (1) [L/F]
PHYS 101	Conceptual Physics
PHYS 102	Conceptual Physics Laboratory (1) [L/F]
PHYS 111	General Physics I
PHYS 112	General Physics I Laboratory (1) [L/F]
PHYS 220	General Physics with Calculus I
PHYS 222	General Physics with Calculus I 
Laboratory (1) [L/F]

Category B: Biological Sciences

ANTH 100	Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 331	Fossil Humans (4)
ANTH 332	Human Variation Today (4)
BIOL 100	Human Biology [LLD]
BIOL 101	Human Biology Laboratory (1) [L/F]
BIOL 150	The World of Plants [L/F]
BIOL 210	General Microbiology and Public Health
BIOL 211	General Microbiology and Public Health 
Laboratory (1) [L/F]
BIOL 230	Introductory Biology I (5) [L/F]
BIOL 300	Nature Study [L/F]
BIOL 305	Marine Animals and Plants of the 
California Coast [L/F]
BIOL 313	Principles of Ecology [L/F]

Category C: Integrative Science

ASTR 350	History of Astronomy
BIOL 317	Environmental Health: Cancer (2) [LLD]
BIOL 318	Our Endangered Planet
BIOL 321	Magic, Myths, and Medicine: A History of 
Medicine
BIOL 326	Disease!
BIOL 330	Human Sexuality
BIOL 333	The Genetic Revolution
BIOL 349	Bioethics [LLD]
BLS 201	Kemet, Afrocentricity, and the Dawn of 
Science [AERM,LLD]
BLS 205	Issues in Black Gerontology
BLS 213	Kemetic Strategies in Physical Science II
BLS 401	Kemet, Afrocentricity, and the Structured 
Whole [AERM]
CIS 560	Science Writing
ETHS 125	Introduction to Health Assessment in 
Third World Communities
GEOG 101	Our Physical Environment
GEOG 600	Environmental Problems and Solutions
GEOL 270	Environmental Geology [L/F]
GEOL 305	Energy and Its Environmental Issues [L/F]
HED 418	Environmental Health
HED 420	Epidemiology
KIN 355	Science, Sport, and Fitness
LARA 210	Latino Health Care Perspectives
NEXA 281	Mythic and Scientific Thought
NEXA 350	Explorations of the Future
NEXA 362	Computers in the Arts and Humanities
NEXA 387	Origins of Modern Science
NEXA 392	Nature, Culture, and Technology
PHIL 350	Philosophy of Science: The Natural Sciences
PHIL 365	Science and Civilization
PHIL 383	Ethics in Medicine
PHYS 205	Space, Time, and The Universe--Relativity
PHYS 305	Science and Human Values
PHYS 600	Science and Society

Behavioral and Social Sciences Area (9 units)

FRESHMAN STUDENT PATTERN
Category Requirements: Students must complete one course (three units minimum) in Category A: Individual in Social Context; one course (three units minimum) in Category B: Decision-Making and Social Policy at the Societal Level; and one course (three units minimum) in Category C: History, Cross-Cultural, and Global Contexts. In the three categories, courses from at least two departments must be selected. All three categories cannot be fulfilled with courses having the same departmental prefix. For example: SOC, SOC, SOC = no; SOC, SOC, ANTH = yes.

TRANSFER STUDENT PATTERN
No category requirements. Students must select courses from at least two different departments. (At least three units of the nine-unit minimum must have a different department prefix.) See example above.

Category A: Individual In Social Context

AAS 315	Chinese American Personality [LLD]
AAS 335	Japanese American Personality [LLD]
AAS 355	Psyche and Behavior of Filipinos [LLD]
ANTH 120	Introductory Social and Cultural 
Anthropology
ANTH/CST 590/WOMS 595Anthropology of 
Women [LLD]
BLS 200	Introduction to Black Psychology [AERM]
BLS 215	Introduction to Black Family Studies [AERM]
GEOG 455	Geography of Ethnic Communities [AERM]
HED 414	Women's Health Problems and Issues 
[LLD]
HMSX/PSY 436Development of Femaleness and Maleness (4) [LLD]
LARA 510	Psychodynamics of the La Raza Family 
Structure [LLD]
PHIL 369	Philosophical Issues in Sexuality [LLD]
PHIL 445	Sex and Morality [LLD]
PSY 200	General Psychology [LLD]
PSY 430	Adolescent Psychology [LLD]
PSY 431	Developmental Psychology [LLD]
PSY 440	Social Psychology [LLD]
REC 220	Leisure Lifestyle Development [LLD]
REC 230	Growth Through Adventure [LLD]
REC 380	Developmental Play Processes [LLD]
SS 105	Individual, Culture, and Society: Their 
Interaction in America [LLD,AERM]
SS 360	The Individual in Modern Society [LLD]
SPCH 531	Conflict Resolution (4) [LLD]
WOMS 200	Women: The Basic Questions
WOMS 533	Women and Men Changing [LLD]

Category B: Decision-Making and Social Policy at the Societal Level

AIS 410	Perspectives of Native California 
Indians [AERM]
ANTH/CST 320Racism: Cross-Cultural Analysis 
[LLD,AERM]
CJ 300	Criminal Justice: A Cross-Disciplinary 
Perspective (4)
ECON 100	Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis
ECON 305	Economic Analysis for Non-Majors
GEOG 421	Future Environments
IR/SS 104	International Relations: An Introduction
KIN 502	Sport and Social Issues
LABR 250	Introduction to the Study of Labor
LABR 251	Know Your Work Rights
LARA 280	Acculturation Problems of La Raza [AERM]
PHIL 130	Political and Social Philosophy
PHIL 330	Political Philosophy
PHIL 335	Law and Society
PHIL 455	Sex and the Law [LLD]
PLSI 100	Understanding Politics
PLSI/SS 106	Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy: 
Introduction to Political Economy
PLSI 466	Racial Politics and American Democracy 
[AERM]
SOC 105	Sociological Perspectives [LLD]
SOC/URBS 200 The City
URBS 530	Alternative Urban Futures

Category C: History, Cross-Cultural, and Global Contexts

AIS 150	American Indian History in the United 
States [AERM]
ANTH 110	Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 321	Endangered Cultures
BLS 111	Black Cultures and Personalities [AERM]
BLS 203	Introduction to Black Social Science [AERM]
ETHS 220	Asians in America [AERM]
ETHS 260	The African American and Western Racism 
[LLD,AERM]
ETHS 275	Issues in La Raza History
GEOG 102	The Human Environment
GEOG 107	World Regions and Interrelations
GEOG 507	Japan and California
HIST 114	World History to 1500
HIST 115	World History Since 1500
HIST 400	Modern European Imperialism
HIST 464	American Ethnic and Racial Relations I: 
1740-1890 [AERM]
HIST 465	American Ethnic and Racial Relations II: 
1890-Present [AERM]
KIN 457	Culture, Gender, and Movement
NEXA 330	The Marxian Revolution
NEXA 340	The Nuclear Revolution
NEXA 383	The City in Civilization
NEXA 384	Words, Culture, and Change
PSY 455	Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Psychology
REC 420	Leisure and Contemporary Society [LLD]
SOC 469	Gender and Society (4) [LLD]
WOMS 561	Women of Color in the U.S. [AERM]
WOMS 562	History of African American Women [AERM]

Humanities and Creative Arts Area (9 units)

FRESHMAN STUDENT PATTERN
Category Requirements: Students must select courses from at least three of the following four categories: Category A: Masterworks in the Humanities; Category B: Disciplines and Interdisciplines; Category C: Historical, Social, and Ethnic Contexts; and Category D: Active Creative Participation. If Category D is chosen as one of the categories, at least two of the nine units must be from Category D. In the three categories, courses from at least two departments must be selected; all three categories cannot be fulfilled with courses having the same departmental prefix. For example: HUM, HUM, HUM = no; HUM, HUM, JAPN = yes.

TRANSFER STUDENT PATTERN
No category requirements. Students must select courses from at least two different departments. (At least three units of the nine-unit minimum must have a different departmental prefix.) See example above.

Category A: Masterworks in the Humanities and Creative Arts

AIS 162	American Indian Oral Literature [AERM]
ART 201	Western Art History I
ART 202	Western Art History II
BLS 204	Introduction to Black Creative Arts [AERM]
CLAR 250	Archaeology of the Ancient World
CLAS 330	Ancient Epic Tales
CLAS 360	Greek and Roman Mythology
CFS 540	Contemporary Design in Housing and 
Interiors
ENG 154	Masterworks of Literature in English
ENG 159	Beginning Shakespeare
ENG 550	The Rise of the Novel
HUM 130	The Humanities: Major Works
HUM 220Values and Culture
LARA 230	Introduction to Contemporary Raza 
Literature
PHIL 301	Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 303	Modern Philosophy
THA 401	Theatre Backgrounds: 500 BC-1642
THA 402	Theatre Backgrounds: 1642-1900
THA 403	Theatre Backgrounds: 1900-Present
THA 406	The Art of Comedy
THA 408	Asian Plays and Performance Style
WCL 230	Introduction to World Literature I
WCL 250	Fables and Tales
WCL 260	Myths of the World

Category B: Disciplines and Interdisciplines

AAS 206	Introduction to Asian American Literature
AIS 235	American Indians: Image and Issues in the 
Mass Media [AERM]
BECA 201	Life on TV: A Critical View
BLS 221	Afro-American Music: A 20th Century 
Survey
BLS 225	Images and Issues in Black Visual Media 
[AERM]
CINE 325	Focus on Film Topics (1) [maximum of three 
units allowed for G.E. purposes]
CFS 240	Color and Design
ENG 601	Literature and Psychology
ENG/HMSX 604 Literary Aspects of Contemporary 
Film (5)
ENG 616	Science Fiction and Fantasy
HUM 302	Theories and Methods in the Humanities
HUM 303	Cultural Periods and Styles
IAC 370	Arts and Artists of San Francisco
IAC 380	New Directions in the Arts: Expression 
and Social Change
IAC 440	Arts Law, Economics, Survival
JOUR 666	Ethical Issues in Journalism
KIN 322	The Sport Experience
LARA 320	Art History of La Raza
LARA 425	Comparative Music Folklore
MUS 501	Music, The Listener's Art [LLD]
NEXA 281	Mythic and Scientific Thought
NEXA 382	Time in Human Consciousness
PHIL 101	Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 105	Introduction to Philosophy and Religion
PHIL/PLSI 150	Contemporary Moral and Political 
Issues
PHIL 160	Introduction to Philosophy of the Arts
SPCH 302/SS 451 Communication and Social 
Process (4)
SPCH 502	Interpersonal Communication (4) [LLD]
THA 300	Theatre Imagination

Category C: Historical/Social/Ethnic Contexts

AIS 230	American Indian Lifestyles [LLD,AERM]
AMST 410/HUM 450 California Culture
ANTH 581	Anthropology and Folklore
ART 204	The Arts of Africa, the Pacific, and the Native 
Americas
ART 503	Pacific, Native North American, and 
Caribbean Arts
BECA 422	Social Aspects of Electronic Media
BLS 210	Introduction to Black Literature
BLS 303	Afro-American History [AERM]
CHIN 101	First Semester Chinese (5)
CHIN 102	Second Semester Chinese (5)
CHIN 507	Traditional Chinese Culture
CINE 102	Introduction to Contemporary Cinema
CINE 342	Documentary Film
CLAS 410/HUM 401 Classical Culture: Greece
CLAS 415/HUM 402 Classical Culture: Rome
DANC 233	Orientation to Dance History and Philosophy
DANC 236	Folklore of Dance: African/Haitian (2)
DANC 415	Dance in Religion
DANC 430	Historical Survey of Dance in the Western 
World
DAI 356	History of Industrial Design/Technology
ENG 155	Contemporary Literature
ENG 158	American Literature
ENG 411	English as a Second Language: Literature 
and Composition
ENG 602	Literature and Society
ENG 631	Post-Colonial Literature in English
ETHS 210	Asian-American Culture [AERM]
ETHS 270	La Raza Experience [AERM]
FR 205	French in Review
FR 206	French Conversation
FR 215	Intermediate French
FR 216	Intermediate Conversation and Reading
GER 101	First Semester German (5)
GER 102	Second Semester German (5)
GER 600	Böll and Grass in English Translation
GRE 250	Modern Greek I
GRE 251	Modern Greek II
HIST 109	Ancient African Civilizations
HIST 110	History of Western Civilization I [LLD]
HIST 111	History of Western Civilization II [LLD]
HIST 112	Latin American Civilizations
HIST 113	Asian Civilization
HUM 225	Values in American Life [AERM]
HUM 301	Styles and Expressive Forms
HUM 415	Contemporary Culture
HUM 455	Humanities of the Americas [AERM]
HUM 468	Internet in the Humanities
HUM 470	American Autobiography
HUM 526	Culture of Japan
ITAL 101	First Semester Italian (5)
ITAL 102	Second Semester Italian (5)
ITAL 103	Third Semester Italian
JAPN 101	First Semester Japanese (5)
JAPN 102	Second Semester Japanese (5)
JAPN 103	Third Semester Japanese (5)
JOUR 200	Journalism and the Mass Media
MUS 505	Music of the World's Peoples
MUS 506	Survey of Jazz [AERM]
MUS 511	The Roots of Rock
NEXA 380	Cosmologies and World Views
NEXA 383	The City in Civilization
PHIL 210	Great Thinkers: East and West
PHIL 502	World Religions
RUSS 101	First Semester Russian (5)
RUSS 102	Second Semester Russian (5)
RUSS 103	Third Semester Russian (5)
SPAN 101	First Semester Spanish (5)
SPAN 102	Second Semester Spanish (5)
SPAN 216	Intermediate Conversation and Reading
SPCH 542	Intracultural Communication (4) [AERM]
WOMS 548	Literature by U.S. Women of Color [AERM]

Category D: Active Creative Participation

CAUTION: A maximum of four units may be used towards meeting all baccalaureate degree requirements including General Education in each of the Dance Study areas represented by courses numbered DANC 100 through 199. Some of these courses are listed in this category. A Dance Study area refers to a specific dance form such as African-Haitian dance, ballet, ballroom dance, folk dance, modern dance, and modern jazz dance. See course listings for credit and/or unit limitations.

AIS 220	American Indian Music
AIS 225	American Indian Art
AAS 308	Photographic Exploration of Asian America
AAS 406	Asian American Workshop in Creative 
Writing
ART 222	Exploration in Textiles
ART 225	Exploration in Metal Arts and Jewelry
ART 231	Exploration in Drawing and Painting
ART 235	Exploration in Drawing and Printmaking
ART 240	Exploration in Sculpture
ART 245	Exploration in Ceramics
ART 260	Exploration in Photography
CW 101	Introduction to Creative Writing
DAI 110	The Arts of Industry
DAI 300	Design I
DAI 320	Drafting and Sketching for Design
DAI 321	Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
DAI 326	Graphic Reproduction Technology I
DAI 332	Electric Energy (4)
DAI 342	Metal Manufacturing I
DAI 344	Plastics Technology I
DAI 626	Microcomputer Applications in Graphic 
Communication Technology
DANC 160	African-Haitian Dance I (1)
DANC 163	Ballet I (1)
DANC 173	Modern Dance I (1)
DANC 176	Modern Jazz Dance I (1)
DANC 207	Dance in Cultural Context (2)
DANC 232	Dance Composition: Choreography I
HUM 250	Creativity in the Humanities
JAPN 200	The Art of Japanese Writing and Calligraphy
KIN 133	Gymnastics: Floor Exercise (1)
KIN 175	Elementary Tai-Chi Chuan (1)
KIN 275	Intermediate/Advanced Tai-Chi Chuan (2)
LARA 490	La Raza Teatro Workshop
MUS 120	Basic Music I: Ensemble Instruments
MUS 120	Basic Music I: Piano
MUS 120	Basic Music I: Guitar
MUS 120	Basic Music I: Voice
MUS 121	Basic Music II: Piano
MUS 121	Basic Music II: Guitar
MUS 309	Singing for Self-Expression I (1)
MUS 371	Orchestra (1)
MUS 372	Symphonic Band (1)
MUS 373	Concert Choir (1)
MUS 379	University Chorus (1-2)
REC 330	Arts and Crafts for Leisure
SPCH 362	Introduction to Oral Interpretation (4)
SPCH 363	Oral Interpretation of the First Person 
Voice (4)
SPCH 368	Forensics (2)
THA 125	Movement I: Skills
THA 130	Acting Workshop I
THA 210	Introduction to Design for Stage and 
Screen
THA 310	Stage Scenery and Properties (2)
THA 312	Costuming and Make-Up (2)
THA 313	Stage Lighting and Sound (2)
THA 315	Theatre Production: Technical Crew (1)
THA 333	Lyric Theatre Workshop
WOMS 303	Women as Creative Agents

SEGMENT III: RELATIONSHIPS OF KNOWLEDGE (9 units)

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: Students who entered SFSU in Fall, 1991, and thereafter MUST:

EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY: Students who are entitled to earlier SFSU Bulletins may complete Segment III clusters and requirements as printed in those Bulletins. Reference copies of earlier Bulletins are available in the Library; the undergraduate Advising Center, ADM 212; and the Office of Undergraduate Studies, ADM 449. However, students who have not yet started Segment III are encouraged to adopt the currently approved clusters. If students choose to complete a Segment III cluster in this Bulletin, they MUST follow the specific requirements as stated.

NOTE: 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. Only two of the three courses selected can have the same departmental prefix.

Category A: Classical Africa

BLS 305	Ancient Egypt [CESD]
CLAR 500	Ancient Egyptian Civilization [CESD]

Category B: Africa: Tradition and Transition

ART 508	African Art History [CESD]
BLS 302	Black Diaspora [CESD]
HIST 610	History of Africa [CESD]

Category C: Modern Africa

BLS 301	Africa in Global Perspective [CESD]
GEOG 571	Geography of Africa [CESD]
HIST 611	Modern Africa [CESD]
HUM 360	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.

Category A

BIOL 327	AIDS: The Biology of a Modern Epidemic 
[CESD]
Prerequisite: a course in college biology.

Category B

HED 417	AIDS: Contemporary Health Crisis [CESD]

Category C

BIOL 321	Magic, Myths, and Medicine--A History 
of Medicine [CESD]
Prerequisite: a course in college biology and/ or history.
BIOL 326	Disease!
Prerequisite: BIOL 100 or equivalent or consent of instructor.
BIOL 330	Human Sexuality
Prerequisite: a course in college biology or consent of instructor.
BIOL 343	Cell and Molecular Immunology
Prerequisites: BIOL 230, 240, and CHEM 130.
BLS 460/COUN 450AIDS and People of Color [CESD]
HED 315	Drugs and Society [CESD]
HED 320	Contemporary 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. Only two of the three courses selected can have the same departmental prefix.

Category A

HIST 461	The History of American Foreign Relations
IR 310	United States Foreign Policy (4)

Category B

IR/PLSI 321 Development and Foreign Policy--Africa (4) 
[CESD]
IR/PLSI 322 Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
IR 323	Middle East: Periphery (4) [CESD]
IR 324	Middle East: Heartland (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI 325 Chinese Policies: Domestic and Foreign (4) 
[CESD]
IR 326	South and Southeast Asia Foreign 
Relations (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI/SS 520 Modernization and Third World Countries [CESD]

Category C

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]
IR 327	Western European Foreign Policy (4)
IR/PLSI 342 Strategy and War (4)
IR/SS 540The Rich and the Poor Nations (4)

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, including at least one with an ENG prefix and at least one with a HIST prefix. The third course may have any prefix.

ENG 526	Age of the American Renaissance, 1830-
1860
ENG 527	American Literature, 1860-1914
HIST 424	History of the United States, 1827-1877 
[CESD]
HIST 426	History of the United States, 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 each Category.

Category A

AMST 300/SS 410 Perspectives on American Culture 
[CESD]
AMST 400/GEOG 551 American Regional Cultures 
[CESD]
AMST 410/HUM 450 California Culture [CESD]

Category B

AMST 310/HUM 485 The Arts and American Culture
ENG 526	Age of the American Renaissance: 1830-
1860
HUM 495	Architecture and American Life

Category C

ENG 527	American Literature: 1860-1914
HIST/HUM 480 Thought and Culture in America
HUM 470	American Autobiography

Approaches to Cultural Criticism (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

PHIL 460	Philosophy of the Arts [CESD]

Category B

ENG 600	Theory of Literature
ENG 611	Modern Criticism
ENG 613/WOMS 544 Feminist Literary Criticism [CESD]
HUM 302	Theories and Methods in the Humanities
HUM 430	Post-Modern Criticism

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

ART 303	The Artist in the Twentieth Century [CESD]
HUM 415	Contemporary Culture [CESD]

Category B

BECA 321	Analysis of Public Arts
CFS 364	Fashion, Clothing, and Society
DANC 350	Dance Watching [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: First, select one course from Category A, then one course from Category B, and finally, one course from Category C.

Category A

AAS 310	Chinese in America: Beginning to Exclusion 
[CESD]
AAS 331	Japanese Americans in the United States, 
CESD
AAS 370	Vietnamese in America [CESD]
AAS 456	Filipinos in America: Problems of 
Transition [CESD]

Category B

AAS 322	Chinese American Culture--Language 
and Literature
AAS 363	Survey of Philippine Literature
AAS 444	Japanese American Arts and Expression
AAS 693	Asian Americans and the Mass Media

Category C

AAS 680	Community: Changes and Development
AAS 695	Seminar on Contemporary Asian American 
Communities

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

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

Specific Requirements: Take three courses from at least two different cluster categories. A maximum of two courses may have the same course prefix.

Category A

HIST 570	History of China before Modern Times 
[CESD]
HIST 571	History of Modern China [CESD]
HUM 530	Chinese Civilization [CESD]
IR/PLSI 325 Chinese Policies: Domestic and Foreign (4) 
[CESD]
NEXA 355	Chinese Science and Culture [CESD]

Category B

HUM 366	India's Gandhi [CESD]
HIST 578	History of Japan [CESD]
HUM 526	Culture of Japan [CESD]
IR 326	South and Southeast Asian Foreign 
Relations (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI 329 U.S.-Japan Relations (4) [CESD]
PLSI 412	South Asian Politics (4) [CESD]

Category C

WOMS547	Contemporary Asian Women Writers [CESD]
HIST/WOMS 575 Women in China and Japan [CESD]
ANTH 481	Asian Prehistory [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 Watching [CESD]
MUS 501	Music, the Listener's Art [CESD]
THA 300	Theatre Imagination

Category B: Interdisciplinary Investigation

HUM 425	Thought and Image I [CESD]
IAC 370	Arts and Artists of San Francisco
IAC 426	Thought and Image II [CESD]

Black Experience in the United States
(9 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select three courses.

BLS 301	Africa in Global Perspective [CESD]
BLS 320	Black Politics, Mass Movements, and 
Liberation Themes [CESD]
BLS 335	Black Women: A Cultural Analysis [CESD]
BLS 400	Black Arts and Humanities [CESD]
BLS 411	African and African-American Literature 
[CESD]
BLS 515	Black Family Studies [CESD]
ETHS 571	Women, Class, and Race [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 a CESD course.

Category A: Perspectives from the Humanities and Creative Arts

AMST 410/HUM 450California Culture [CESD]
ENG 531	Selected California Literature
HUM/IAC 371 Arts and Artists of California
NEXA 398	John Steinbeck and "Doc" Ricketts: Literature 
and the Sea

Category B: Perspectives from the Social Sciences

AMST/ANTH 352 Peoples and Cultures of California 
[CESD]
ANTH 356	Archaeology of California [CESD]
GEOG 552	Geography of California
HIST 450	History of California [CESD]
PLSI 473	California Government and Politics (4)

Category C: Perspectives from the Sciences

BIOL 305	Marine Animals and Plants of the 
California Coast
Prerequisite: a course in college biology.
GEOL 356	Geology of California
METR 356	California Weather Events

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 and two courses from Category B.

Category A

CFS 320	Children and Families [CESD]

Category B

CFS 422	Child Care Issues
HIST/SS 469American Childhoods: Past and Present
SW 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. Each must have a different prefix.

ENG 615	Image, Metaphor and Symbol [CESD]
ENG 631	Post-Colonial Literature in English
HUM 360	African Cultural Expression [CESD]
HUM 510	Comparative Form and Culture [CESD]
HUM/LARA 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
NOTE: Student may take any title listed under HUM 375 in the Class Schedule.

Ethics at Work (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.

Category A

PHIL 440	Ethics at Work I [CESD]

Category B

BUS 440	Ethics at Work II: Business
JOUR 666	Ethical Issues in Journalism
PHIL 383	Ethics in Medicine

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

PLSI 365	Systematic Political Theory (4) [CESD]
SOC 471	Societal Change and Development (4) 
[CESD]
SS 510	Socio-Cultural Change: Interdisciplinary 
Analysis [CESD]

Category C: Cosmological Evolution

ASTR 330	Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology
Prerequisite: ASTR 260 or MATH 223 or PHYS 243 or PHYS 121.
ASTR 350	History of Astronomy
Prerequisite: ASTR 115 or consent of instructor.

Families in 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

SOC 464	Families and Society (4) [CESD]

Category B

CFS 426	Family Crises
SPCH 503	Sex Roles and Communication (4) [CESD]
SPCH 515	Family Communication (4)
URBS 565	Social Policy and the Family (4) [CESD]

Folklore (9 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select any three courses.

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

Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Perspectives
(10-11 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A

HMSX/SS 421 Homophobia and Coming Out [CESD]
HMSX 600/PSY 650 Seminar: Research in Sexual Identity 
[CESD]
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

Category B

SPCH 525	Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
ENG/HMSX 633 Gay Love in Literature

Category C

CINE 404/HMSX 403 Homosexuality in Film [topic 
course]
CINE 404	Women and Film [topic course]

Global Peace Studies (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

GPS/IR 315	Introduction to Global Peace Studies [CESD]

Category B

CHS/IR 400	The Nuclear World: Evolution of an Impasse

Category C

HUM 366	India's Gandhi
IR 432	Model United Nations (4)
PHIL 435	Human Rights in Global Perspective [CESD]
PSY 547	Social Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Prerequisite: six units of upper division psychology or consent of instructor.

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

CFS 355	Nutrition for Wellness

Category B

HED 310	Health in Society [CESD]

Category C

CFS 453	Nutrition and the Life Cycle
KIN 355	Science, Sport, and Fitness
Prerequisite: BIOL 100 or equivalent.

Health Care Policy (9-10 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. Each course must have a different prefix.

ANTH 630	Medical Anthropology [CESD]
ECON 450	Health Economics
HED 312	Consumer Health
HED 410	Organization and Function of Health 
Services
HED 450	Policy Issues in Health Education [CESD]
LABR/PLSI/URBS 570 Urban Health Policy [CESD]
PHIL 383	Ethics in Medicine
SOC 476	Medical Sociology (4) [CESD]

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. No more than two courses can have the same prefix. At least one course must be CESD.

ART 303	The Artist in the Twentieth Century [CESD]
ART 508	African Art History [CESD]
DANC 415	Dance in Religion [CESD]
DANC 430	Historical Survey of Dance in the Western 
World [CESD]
DANC 657	Ethnology of Dance [CESD]
HUM 360	African Cultural Expression [CESD]
HUM 510	Comparative Form and Culture [CESD]
HUM/LARA 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]

Holistic Health (9 units)

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

Specificl Requirements: Select any 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

CFS 542	Human Dimensions in Housing and Interiors 
[CESD]

Category B

CFS 347	Housing for People with Special Needs
Prerequisite: CFS 344 or consent of instructor.
GEOG 455	Geography of Ethnic Communities [CESD]
HUM 495	Architecture and American Life
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. At least one course must be CESD.

Category A

ENG 420	Introduction to the Study of Language

Category B

NEXA 384	Words, Culture, and Change [CESD]
CD 300	Human Communicative Development and 
Disorders [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 any three courses. Each course must have a different prefix. Courses are listed in a developmental sequence.

CFS 323	Infant/Toddler Development [CESD]
KIN 487	Motor Development [CESD]
PSY 431	Developmental Psychology [CESD]
PSY 432	Cognitive Development: Language, Thinking, and Perception [CESD]
PSY 455	Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Psychology 
[CESD]
PSY 433	Social, Emotional, and Personality 
Development
PSY 430	Adolescent Psychology [CESD]
CFS 321	Adolescents and Families [CESD]
ANTH 636	Aging: Genetics, Physiology, Morphology, 
and Cultural Dimensions [CESD]
HED 415	Health Aspects of Aging [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.

Category A

PSY 435	Behavior Problems of Children [CESD]
Prerequisite: PSY 330 or 431 or consent of instructor.

Category B

SPED 330	Introduction to Disability [CESD]

Category C

SPED 370	Introduction to Atypical Infant Development
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 two courses with different prefixes from Category A, and then take one course in Category B. (This course may be taken concurrently with the second course taken in Category A.)

Category A

CHS/HUM 425 Thought and Image I [CESD]
IAC 370	Arts and Artists of San Francisco
IAC 380	New Directions in the Arts: Expression and 
Social Change
IAC 426	Thought and Image II [CESD]

Category B

HUM/LARA 520 North and South American Cultural 
Expression [CESD]
LARA 425	Comparative Music Folklore
MUS 505	Music of the World's People [CESD]

Human Rights (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

GPS/PHIL 375Peace Law and Human Rights in the 
United States [CESD]
PHIL 435	Human Rights in Global Perspective [CESD]

Category B

HIST/JS 317	The Holocaust and Genocide
HIST 464	American Ethnic and Racial Relations I: 
1740-1890 [CESD]
HIST 465	American Ethnic and Racial Relations II: 
1890-Present [CESD]
PLSI 552	Individual Rights in the Constitution (4)
Prerequisite: PLSI 200 or equivalent.
SOC 461	Ethnic Relations: International 
Comparisons (4)
SPCH 461	Issues in Free Speech (4)

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.
HED 320	Contemporary Sexuality
HMSX/PSY 456Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior

Category B: Sociological Aspects

ANTH 569	Cross-Cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender 
[CESD]
HMSX 400/PSY 450Variations in Human Sexuality 
[CESD]
SOC 468	Social Aspects of Human Sexuality (4) 
[CESD]

Category C: Humanistic Aspects

ANTH 590/WOMS 595Anthropology of Women
COUN 614	Interpersonal Issues in Sexuality
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
CFS 325	Transitions in the Family Life Cycle
CFS 428	Families with Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
CFS 429	Divorce, Remarriage, and Step-Families
HED/HMSX 500Values Clarification in Sexuality
HIST 313	Comparative History of Love and Sexuality
HMSX/PSY 320Sex and Relationships
HMSX/PHIL 369Philosophic Issues in Sexuality
NOTE: Any title listed under HMSX/PHIL 369 in the Class Schedule may be taken.
HMSX 469/PHIL 445Sex and Morality
HMSX 569/PHIL 455Sex and the Law
HMSX 600/PSY 650Seminar: Research in Sexual 
Identity [CESD]
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
HUM 390	Images of Eroticism
SPCH 525	Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
WOMS 533	Women and Men Changing [CESD]
WOMS 552	Lesbian Lives and Thought
WOMS 611	Female Sexuality: Social and Theoretical Perspectives

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 and two courses from Category B.

Category A

CLAS 490	History of Ideas of the Ancient Classical 
World [CESD]
HUM 345	Humanism and Mysticism [CESD]
NEXA 330	Marxian Revolution [CESD]

Category B

CLAR 502	Ancient Egyptian Language and Literature
ENG 603	Literature and History of Ideas
HUM 410/PHIL 304The Modern Revolution [CESD]
NEXA 355	Chinese Science and Culture [CESD]
NEXA 369	Demonic Pact: The Faust Myth in Music and 
Literature [CESD]
NEXA 387	Origins of Modern Science
NEXA 389	The Darwinian Revolution
NEXA 390	The Einsteinian Revolution
NEXA 394	Split Brain: Myths and Logos
NEXA 456	Reality and the New Physics
PLSI 413	Comparative Communism

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

SS 300	Social Science Core I [CESD]

Category B

SS 301	Social Science Core II [CESD]
Prerequisite: SS 300.

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	Critical Analysis and Feminist Research 
[CESD]
Prerequisite: WOMS 200 or equivalent.

La Raza Immigrant Community in the San Francisco Bay Area (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

LARA 460	Central Americans in the United States: 
History and Heritage [CESD]

Category B

ETHS 470	Raza Immigration to the United States [CESD]

Category C

LARA 500	La Raza Community Mental Health [CESD]
LARA 680	La Raza and Community Organizing [CESD]

Latin America: Society and Culture
(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

ANTH/HIST/LARA/SS 501Latin America: The National 
Period [CESD]
HIST 520	Central America and the Caribbean [CESD]

Category B

ANTH 471	The Ancient Maya [CESD]
HIST 510	Colonial Latin America [CESD]
HIST 524	History of Mexico [CESD]
HIST 528	History of Brazil [CESD]
HIST/SS 550 Social Change in Modern Latin America 
[CESD]
IBUS 591	Doing Business with Latin America [CESD]
IR/PLSI 322	Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]

Category C

LARA 450	Indigenismo: Indigenous Culture and Personality [CESD]
LARA 460	Central Americans of the U.S.: History and 
Heritage [CESD]
PLSI 409	Central American Politics (4) [CESD]
SPAN 405	Culture and Civilization of Spanish America 
[CESD]
Prerequisites: SPAN 215 and 216 or equivalent.

Law, Crime, and Justice (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

C J 300	Criminal Justice: A Cross-Disciplinary 
Perspective (4) [CESD]

Category B: Sociology

SOC 451	Criminological Theory (4)
SOC 455	Punishment and Social Control (4)
SOC 459	Criminal Law and Social Process (4)

Category C: Philosophy

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. At least one course must be a CESD course.

Category A

ANTH/URBS 555 Urban Anthropology
HIST 489/URBS 400 Dynamics of the American City 
[CESD]
SOC 480	City in Global Society (4)

Category B

ECON/URBS 535 Urban Economics
H ED/URBS 582 Homelessness and Public Policy [CESD]
LABR/PLSI/URBS 570 Urban Health Policy [CESD]
PLSI/URBS/SW 660 Roles of Non-Profit Organizations in 
Urban Life
URBS 560	Urban Poverty and Policy (4) [CESD]
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

HH 381	Holistic Health: Eastern Perspective [CESD]
HH 382	Holistic Health and Human Nature [CESD]
HH 383	Chinese Perspectives in Holistic Health 
[CESD]
PSY 304	Somato-Psychic Optimization [CESD]

Category B

HH 380	Holistic Health: Western Perspectives
HH 420	Chinese Body-Mind Energetics (4)
Prerequisites: HH 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
HH 430	Foundations of Biofeedback and Self 
Regulation (4)
Prerequisites: HH 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
HH 433	Introduction to Autogenic Training
Prerequisites: HH 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
HH 540	Imagery and Meditation in Healing
Prerequisites: HH 380 or 381 or 382 or 383 or consent of instructor.
HH 690	Seminar: Psychophysiology of Healing
KIN 331	Peak Performance
PSY 594	Psychology of Biofeedback Processes
Prerequisites: PSY 200, 371, and 400 or consent of instructor.

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 Contributions to World Culture (9-10 units)

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

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

Category A

CLAS/HIST 327 The Mediterranean World [CESD]

Category B

CLAS 490	History of Ideas in the Ancient Classical 
World [CESD]
NEXA 383	The City in Civilization [CESD]
WCL 430	Heroic Tales of the Mediterranean [CESD]

Category C

ANTH 319	Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East 
[CESD]
CLAR 450	Istanbul--Past and Present
IR 323	Middle East Periphery (4) [CESD]
IR 324	Middle East Heartland (4) [CESD]
PHIL 502	World Religions [CESD]

Multicultural Arts--Music, Ideas, Movement, Imagery (10 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select two courses from Category A, and then the course in Category B. The Category B course may be taken after or concurrently with the second course taken in Category A.

Category A

ART 508	African Art History [CESD]
BLS/DANC 617Black Dance Experience [CESD]
MUS 505	Music of The World's Peoples [CESD]

Category B

ANTH 580	Anthropology and the Arts (4) [CESD]

Next 20 Years: Beyond 2000 (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
NEXA 350	Explorations of the Future
URBS 530	Alternative Urban Futures

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. Only two of the three courses selected can have the same departmental prefix.

Category A

HIST 344	Nineteenth Century Europe [CESD]
HIST 389	European International History: 1848-1918 
[CESD]

Category B

HIST/IR/PLSI 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
HUM 415	Contemporary Culture [CESD]
PLSI 352	Political Theory: Reformation to the 
Nineteenth Century (4)
PLSI 353	Political Theory: The Twentieth Century (4)

Our Violent Planet (9 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Take all three courses.

GEOG 402	The Climatic Challenge [CESD]
GEOL 302	The Violent Earth
METR 302	The Violent Atmosphere and Ocean

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 must be CESD.

Category A

GRN 500	Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary 
Perspective [CESD]
GRN 525	Literature on Aging: A Humanistic Gerontology

Category B

BIOL 331	Physiology of Aging
CD 667	Sensory Systems and Aging
HED 415	Health Aspects of Aging [CESD]

Category C

PSY 630	Psychology of Aging (4)
Prerequisite: PSY 330 or 331.
REC 620	Leisure and Aging
Prerequisite: REC 420 or GRN 500 or consent of instructor.
SOC 630	Sociology of Aging (4)
WOMS591	Aging: The Older Woman [CESD]

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
GEOG 667/URBS 515 Race, Poverty, and the Urban 
Environment (4) [CESD]
GEOG 668/PLSI/URBS 513 Politics, Law, and the Urban 
Environment (4)
GEOG/URBS 658 Land-Use Planning (4)

Poverty and Inequality (11 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category, and two courses from Category B. At least one course must be a CESD course.

Category A

SOC 472	Social Inequality: Poverty, Wealth, and 
Privilege (4) [CESD]
PHIL 330	Political Philosophy

Category B

GEOG 667/URBS 515 Race, Poverty, and the Urban Environment (4) [CESD]
Prerequisites: ECON 100, 101, 305, or their equivalents.
HED/URBS 582 Homelessness and Public Policy
PLSI/URBS 560 Urban Poverty and Policy (4) [CESD]
SW 301	United States Social Welfare II: Problems, 
Policies, and Programs
Prerequisite: S W 300 or consent of instructor.
URBS 565	Social Policy and Family Systems (4) [CESD]

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.

Category A

GEOG 600	Environmental Problems and Solutions 
[CESD]

Category B: Social Sciences

ANTH 321	Endangered Cultures [CESD]
GEOG 422	Environmental Perception
GEOG 427	Agriculture and Food Supply (4)
GEOG 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)

Category C: Natural Sciences

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

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]
BLS 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
PHIL 510	Far Eastern Philosophy and Religion
NOTE: Any title listed under PHIL 510 in the Class Schedule may be taken.
PHIL 515	Semitic Religious Thought
NOTE: Any title listed under PHIL 515 in the Class Schedule may be taken.
PHIL 520	Modern Religious Thought

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

IR 340	Revolutionary Ideologies in World 
Politics (4)

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/SS 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 any three of the listed courses including at least one of the following: NEXA 331, NEXA 355, NEXA 391, GEOG 600.

NEXA 391	Biological Sex and Cultural Gender [CESD]
BIOL 333	The Genetic Revolution
Prerequisite: one course in college-level biology.
BIOL 349	Bioethics
NEXA 380	Cosmologies and Worldviews
NEXA 389	The Darwinian Revolution
NEXA 392	Nature, Culture, and Technology
NEXA 394	Split Brain: Mythos and Logos
NEXA 397	Communication Between Humans and 
Other Animals
PHIL 383	Ethics in Medicine
PHYS 600	Science and Society
Prerequisite: a college science course.
NEXA 331	The Feminist Revolution [CESD]
NEXA 340	The Nuclear Revolution
NEXA 456	Reality and the New Physics
NEXA 355	Chinese Science and Culture [CESD]
NEXA 362	Computers in the Arts and Humanities
NEXA 365	Convergent Computer Research
NEXA 382	Time in Human Consciousness
NEXA 387	Origins of Modern Science
NEXA 390	The Einsteinian Revolution
GEOG 600	Environmental Problems and Solutions 
[CESD]

Search for Home in Jewish Experience
(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

JS 300	Jewish Studies: A Survey [CESD]

Category B

HIST/JS 317	Holocaust and Genocide [CESD]
JS/WOMS 440Anti-Semitism, Misogyny, Racism 
[CESD]

Category C

ENG/WOMS/JS 546 Twentieth Century American Jewish 
Women Writers [CESD]
JS 340	American Jewish Identity and Family [CESD]
JS 410/PHIL 514 Spirituality and Jewish Tradition [CESD]

Social Issues and the Media (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 additional courses from either Category A or Category B.

Category A

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

Category B

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)

Stress, Work, and Leisure (9 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select three courses. Each course must have a different course prefix.

CFS 421	Children and Stress [CESD]
CFS 430	Management Dynamics, Life Goals, and 
Decisions [CESD]
HH 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]
IR/PLSI/SS 520Modernization and Third World Countries [CESD]
IR/SS 540	The Rich and the Poor Nations (4) [CESD]
PLSI 415	Democracy in the Third World (4) [CESD]

Category B

ECON 620	Economic Development [CESD]
(If not used in Category A)
HIST 400	Modern European Imperialism [CESD]
HIST/SS 550 Social Change in Modern Latin America 
[CESD]
HIST 611	Modern Africa [CESD]
IR/PLSI 321	Development and Foreign Policy Issues in 
Africa (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI 322	Latin American Policy Analysis (4) [CESD]
IR 323	Middle East: Periphery (4) [CESD]
IR 324	Middle East: Heartland (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI 325	Chinese Policies: Domestic and Foreign (4) 
[CESD]
IR 326	South and Southeast Asia Foreign 
Relations (4) [CESD]
IR/PLSI/SS 520Modernization and Third World Countries [CESD]
(If not used in Category A)
IR/SS 540	The Rich and the Poor Nations (4) [CESD]
(If not used in Category A)
PLSI 403	Latin American Politics (4) [CESD]
PLSI 409	Central American Politics (4) [CESD]
PLSI 415	Democracy in the Third World (4) [CESD]
(If not used in Category A)
PLSI 417	Government and Politics: South Asia (4)
SOC 483	Global Sociology (4) [CESD]

Women and Communication (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

WOMS301	Women in Groups: Communication and 
Process [CESD]

Category B

BECA/WOMS 485Women and the Media
SPCH 352	Women and Words (4)
SPCH 503	Sex Roles and Communication (4) [CESD]
SPCH 525	Sexual Identity and Communication (4)
WOMS302	Translating Women's Experience

Women and Men in a Changing World
(9-12 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select one course from each category.

Category A: The Social Construction of Gender

ANTH 569	Cross-Cultural Aspects of Sex and Gender 
[CESD]
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
NEXA 391	Biological Sex and Cultural Gender [CESD]
SOC 469	Gender and Society (4) [CESD]

Category B: Varieties of Individual Experience

SPCH 503	Sex Roles and Communication (4) [CESD]
WOMS533	Women and Men Changing [CESD]

Category C: Contemporary Social and Political Issues

NEXA 331	The Feminist Revolution [CESD]
SOC 464	Family and Society (4) [CESD]
WOMS511	Women and Violence [CESD]
WOMS532	The Politics of Reproduction [CESD]

Women and Their Cultural Productions
(9 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select any three courses.

CINE 404	Homosexuality on Film [CESD]
CINE 404	Women and Film
WOMS302	Translating Women's Experience [CESD]
WOMS303	Women as Creative Agents [CESD]
WOMS547	Contemporary Asian Women Writers [CESD]
WOMS548	Literature by U.S. Women of Color [CESD]
WOMS551	Lesbian Literature [CESD]
WOMS564	Women Writers and Colonialism [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 590/WOMS 595Anthropology of Women 
[CESD]

Category B: History of Women in Europe and the United States

ANTH/LABR/SS 343Women and Work [CESD]
HIST 347	Women in Modern Europe [CESD]
HIST 467	Women in the United States [CESD]
NEXA 331	The Feminist Revolution [CESD]
SS 345/WOMS 534Women and the Law [CESD]
WOMS561	Women of Color in the United States [CESD]
WOMS562	History of African-American Women [CESD]

Category C: Women's Lives--A Cross-Cultural Perspective

HIST/LARA/WOMS 535 Women in Latin America 
[CESD]
HIST/WOMS 575 Women in China and Japan [CESD]
PLSI/SS/IR 544Women in the World (4) [CESD]
WOMS531	Women and International Development 
[CESD]
WOMS547	Contemporary Asian Women Writers [CESD]
WOMS554	Immigrant and Refugee Women [CESD]
WOMS564	Women Writers and Colonialism [CESD]
WOMS565	Women in Muslim and Arab Worlds [CESD]

Women of Color in the United States
(9-12 units)

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

Specific Requirements: Select any three courses.

AAS 603	Asian-American Women [CESD]
AIS 420	American Indian Women [CESD]
BLS 335	Black Women: A Cultural Analysis [CESD]
LARA 410	La Raza Women [CESD]


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