Electives

Each quarter Legal Studies approves courses taught throughout the University as electives that will count towards our adjunct major and minor. Please see below for the list of classes approved for the current academic year.

  • To see a list of approved electives from the past several academic years that you can filter by Department, Legal Studies Distribution Area, and Quarter, please download this file: Legal Studies Approved Electives, 2011-17. (last updated 2/13/17)
  • To see a list of approved electives going back to 2002, the tabs at the bottom of the following file will allow you to view courses by each academic year: Legal Studies Approved Electives by Academic Year (last updated 2/13/17)
  • Note that all Chicago Field Studies courses can be counted as at least one Legal Studies credit. Students can receive two Legal Studies credits (one counting as an Area C - Institutions/Organizations/Economics, or both counting in the extra electives section) for the following courses:
    • CFS 391 - Field Studies in Social Justice (formerly CFS 293)
    • CFS 394 - Legal Field Studies
    • CFS 396 – Field Studies in Community Research
    • CFS 397 – Field Studies in Civic Engagement

If you believe that a class not included on our lists should be considered a Legal Studies elective, please complete a Petition for Elective Credit , attach the relevant syllabus, and submit to the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Petitions should be submitted during the quarter the student is enrolled in the course and are considered on a case-by-case basis. If a class is accepted for elective credit, it will be added to our list of Legal Studies electives.

As a reminder, all adjunct majors and minors following the requirements prior to Fall 2016 are required to take one course from each of five categories of approved electives:

  • Area A Theory/Philosophy
  • Area B Global/Comparative Perspectives
  • Area C Institutions/Organizations/Economics
  • Area D Law and Inequality
  • Area E Legal Argument/Communications

Spring 2017 Electives

**To look up class meeting days and times please go to CAESAR**

Note that courses are subject to change.

Department Course Number Course Titles Area(s)
AF AM ST 218 Asian/Black Historical Relations in the United States Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 250 Race, Class and Gender Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 339 Unsettling Whiteness (formerly 380) Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 380 HIV/AIDS (sec. 22, GNDR_ST 331-0-20, SOCIOL 376-0-25) Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 394 Chicago School Reform (sec. 1) Law & Inequality
AFST 390 Land Rights & Conflict in Glbl Perspective (sec. 26, INTL_ST 390-0-26, POLI_SCI 390-0-25) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
AMER ST 310 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec. 22, LEGAL ST 376-0-23, HISTORY 300-0-38, HUM 370-4-30)  Inst/Org/Econ
AMER ST 310 US Health: Illness & Inequality (sec. 23) Law & Inequality
ANTHRO 354 Gender and Anthropology Law & Inequality
ANTHRO 390 Risky Borders: Sex, Race, and Techniques of Border (sec. 26) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
ANTHRO 390 Producing Territory: People, Commodities and Value (sec. 27) Inst/Org/Econ
ANTHRO 390 Breaking the Law in the Middle East: Many Careers (sec. 32) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
ASIAN AM 218 Asian/Black Relations in the United States Law & Inequality
ASIAN AM 220 Japanese American "Internment" (Sec. 3, LEGAL ST 276-0-20) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
ASIAN AM 220 Asian American Social Movements (sec. 2) Law & Inequality
CIV ENV 302 Engineering Law Inst/Org/Econ
COMM ST 205 Theories of Persuasion Argument & Comm
COMM ST 215 Principles of Rhetorical Criticism Argument & Comm
COMM ST 302 Law of the Creative Process Argument & Comm
COMM ST 395 Advanced Public Speaking (sec. 20) Argument & Comm
COMP LIT 205 Gender, Sexuality, and Representation (sec. 20, GNDR ST 233-0-20, PHIL 230-0-20) Law & Inequality; Theory & Philosophy
ECON 324 Western Economic History Global/Comparative
ECON 325 Economic Growth and Development Global/Comparative
ECON 326 The Economics of Developing Countries Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 335 Political Economics Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 339 Labor Economics Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 342 Economics of Gender Law & Inequality
ECON 350 Monopoly, Competition, and Public Policy Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 351 Law and Economics Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 362 International Finance Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 323-1 Economic History of the United States Before 1865 Inst/Org/Econ
ENGLISH 385 Law & Literature (sec. 20) Argument & Comm
ENGLISH 386 Criminal Minds (sec. 20) Argument & Comm
ENVR POL 390 Environmental Justice (sec. 20) Law & Inequality
ENVR POL 390 U.S. Environmental Politics (sec. 22) Inst/Org/Econ
ENVR POL 390 Environment, Politics and Society (sec. 24)  Inst/Org/Econ
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics Theory & Philosophy
GNDR ST 233 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy (sec. 20, COMP_LIT 233-0-20, PHIL 230-0-20) Law & Inequality; Theory & Philosophy
GNDR ST 233 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy Theory & Philosophy
GNDR ST 321 Race, Sexuality, and the Politics of Protest, 1968 (sec. 20, HISTORY 300-0-34) Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 331 Sociology of Gender and Sexuality: Sociology of HIV/AIDS (sec. 20, AF_AM 390-0-22, SOCIOL 376-0-25) Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 331 Sociology of Gender and Sexuality: Work & Occupations: Focus on Gender (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 300 Civil Rights (sec. 30) Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec. 38, LEGAL ST 376-0-23, AMER_ST 310-0-22, HUM 370-4-30)  Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 300 People & Power in Mod. Mexico (sec. 26) Global/Comp; Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 Race, Sexuality, and the Politics of Protest, 1968 (sec. 34, GNDR_ST 32-0-20) Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 Race and Rebellion in Latin America (sec. 30) Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 The Pivotal 1970s in Postwar U.S. History (sec. 32) Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 300 "Gender and Sexuality in Empires" (sec. 34) Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 349 History of the Holocaust Law & Inequality
HISTORY 349 History of the Holocaust Global/Comp; Law & Inequality
HISTORY 357 East Africa Global/Comparative
HISTORY 393 The Ant-Slavery Movement in the United States (sec. 20) Law & Inequality
HISTORY 395 Death of the Soviet Empire (sec. 26) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 201-2 European Civilization: Mid-18th C to Present Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 203-1 Jewish History 750-1492 Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 210-2 History of the United States, Reconstruction to the Present Law & Inequality
HISTORY 322-2 Development of the Modern American City: 1870-Present Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 356-2 History of South Africa, 20th Century Global/Comparative
HISTORY 370-3 History of the Islamic Middle East, 1789-Present Global/Comparative
HUM 370-4 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec.30 , LEGAL ST 376-0-23, AMER_ST 310-0-22, HISTORY 300-0-38)  Inst/Org/Econ
IEMS 303 Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
IMC 305 Message Strategy and Persuasive Communications Argument & Comm
IMC 306 Strategic Communications Argument & Comm
INTL ST 390 Refugee Crises and Human Rights (sec. 22) Law & Inequality
INTL ST 390 Dilemmas of Am. Power (sec. 21, JOUR 353-0-20) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
INTL ST 390 Land Rights & Conflict in Glbl Perspective (sec. 26, AFST 390-0-26, POLI_SCI 390-0-25) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 353 Dielmmas of American Power (sec. 20, INTL_ST 390-0-21) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics Inst/Org/Econ
LATINO 392 Critical Latinx Studies (sec. 20) Law & Inequality
LATINO 392 Urban Education: Race, Class, & Culture (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ
LATINO 392 "Latino Demographics" (sec. 22) Inst/Org/Econ
LATINO 392 "Latinx Migration to the US" (sec. 23) Law & Inequality
LATINO 393 Cultural Politics of Latino Language (sec. 1) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 207 Legal Studies Research Methods (SOCIOL 227) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 276 Japanese American "Internment" (sec. 20, ASIAN AM 220-0-3) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 276 The Age of Hamilton and Jefferson (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 333 Constitutional Law II (POLI SCI 333) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 376 Comparative Constitutionalism (sec. 20, POLI SCI 390-0-24) Global/Comparative
LEGAL ST 376 Mass Incarceration (sec. 21, SOC POL 351) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 376 Law and the Origins of American Capitalism (sec. 22) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 376 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec. 23, HISTORY 300-0-38, HUM 370-4-30, AMER_ST 310-0-22)  Inst/Org/Econ
LING 221 Language and Prejudice Law & Inequality
MENA 390-3 Breaking the Law in the Middle East (sec. 23) Inst/Org/Econ
MENA 390-3 Culture, Media, and Politics in Post-Revolutionary (sec. 24) Inst/Org/Econ
PHIL 110 Introduction to Philosophy Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 230 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy (sec. 20, COMP_LIT 233-0-20, GNDR ST 233-0-20) Law & Inequality; Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 230 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy Law & Inequality
PHIL 260 Intro to Moral Philosophy Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 267 Philosophy, Race, and Racism Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 364 Business and Professional Ethics  Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 390 Life is not Fair: Theories and Practices of Justice (sec. 22, RELIGION 379-0-21) Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 210-3 History of Philosophy-Early Modern Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 220 American Government and Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 221 Urban Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 240 Intro to International Relations Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 320 The American Presidency Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 329 U.S. Environmental Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 333 Constitutional Law II: Civil and Political Rights (LEGAL ST 333) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 348 Globalization Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 361 Democratic Transitions Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 368 Political Economy of Less Developed Countries Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 376 Civil Wars  Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 377 Drugs and Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 390 Comparative Constitutionalism (sec. 24, LEGAL ST 376-0-20) Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 390 Land Rights & Conflict in Glbl Perspective (sec. 25, AFST 390-0-26, INTL_ST 390-0-26) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 390 Environmental Politics and Policy (sec. 26) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 390 The Press & Presidential Elections (sec. 23) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 394 A Brief History of US Government (sec. 20) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 395 Race, Place, and Space: Diversity in Democratic Politics (sec. 20) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 395 Environmental Justice (sec. 21) Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 395 Democracy, Autocracy, & Disorder: The New Global Era (sec. 24) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 395 A Right to the Good Life? The Politics of Social Welfare (sec. 25) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 395 Political Violence (sec. 26) Inst/Org/Econ
PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology Inst/Org/Econ
PSYCH 340 Psychology and Law Law & Inequality
RELIGION 379 Life is not Fair: Theories and Practices of Justice (sec. 21, PHIL 390-0-22) Theory & Philosophy
SOC POL 201 Introduction to Social Policy Law & Inequality
SOC POL 312 Social Policymaking and Implementation Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 351 Mass Incarceration (sec. 21, LEGAL ST 376) Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 351 Reforming State Government (sec. 20) Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 201 Social Inequality: Race, Class, and Power Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 202 Social Problems Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 215 Economy and Society Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 216 Gender and Society Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 227 Legal Studies Research Methods (LEGAL_ST 207) Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Organizations Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 332 Work and Occupations Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 376 Sociology of HIV/AIDS (sec. 25, AF_AM 390-0-22, GNDR_ST 331-0-20) Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 376 Gender & Sexuality in the Middle East (sec. 25) Global/Comp; Law & Inequality
STAT 202 Introduction to Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
STAT 210 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences Inst/Org/Econ

Winter 2017 Electives

Note that courses are subject to change.

Department Course Number Course Title Area(s)
AF AM ST 320 Social Meaning of Race Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 342 Comparative Slavery Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 380 The Racist State (sec. 2) Law & Inequality
AF AM ST 380 (Race and) Sex and the City (sec. 3) Law & Inequality
ANTHRO 390 Anthropology of China (sec. 31) Global/Comparative
ASIAN AM 214 Introduction to Asian American History Law & Inequality
CLASSICS 211 Ancient Athens: Democracy, Drama, Civilization  Global/Comparative
COMP LIT 207 Introduction to Critical Theory Theory & Philosophy
ECON 318 History of Economic Thought Theory & Philosophy
ECON 325 Economic Growth and Development Global/Comparative
ECON 326 The Economics of Developing Countries Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 339 Labor Economics Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 350 Monopoly, Competition, and Public Policy Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 362 International Finance Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics Theory & Philosophy
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics Theory & Philosophy
GERMAN 224 Contemporary Germany: Political Extremism Global/Comparative
GNDR ST 220 Sexual Subjects: Introduction to Sexuality Studies Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 332 Gender, Sexuality, and Health: Health Activism (sec. 20) Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 332 Gender, Sexuality, and Health: Health Activism (sec. 20) Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 352 Gender, Sexuality, and Political Theory Theory & Philosophy
HISTORY 200 New Intro Courses in History: Hamilton's America (sec. 1, also LATINO 218-0-1) Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 214 Asian American History Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 New Lectures in History: Historical Background to the est. of Israel (sec. 26) Global/Comparative
HISTORY 300 New Lectures in History: African Americans, Police, and Prisons in the 20th (sec.32) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 Jews/Muslims-Islamic Middle Age (sec. 36) Global/Comparative
HISTORY 314 The Civil War and Reconstruction Law & Inequality
HISTORY 337 History of Modern Europe Global/Comparative
HISTORY 344 Weimar and Nazi Germany: Post-WWII Germany Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 357 East Africa Global/Comparative
HISTORY 392 Topics in History: Egypt under Nasser & Sadat (sec. 22) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 392 Topics in History: Origins of Zionism (sec. 24) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 392 Topics in History: Legacies of the Forgotten War - The Korean War (sec. 28) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 392 Hamas and "Islamic Jihad" (sec. 20) Global/Comparative
HISTORY 393 Approaches to History: Islamic Political Thought & Activism in Modern Mid (sec. 20) Global/Comp; Theory/Phil
HISTORY 201-1 European Civilization: High Medieval Thru Mid-18th C Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 315-2 The United States Since 1900: Mid-20th c Law & Inequality
HISTORY 322-1 Development of the Modern American City: to 1870 Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 345-3 History of Russia, 1917-Present Global/Comparative
HISTORY 370-2 History of the Islamic Middle East: 1200-1789 Global/Comparative
HISTORY 381-2 History of Modern China: 1911 to Present Global/Comparative
HUM 370-5 Special Topics in the Humanities: Religion and Politics Beyond Freedom and Violence (sec. 20 also POLI SCI 390-0-23) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
IEMS 303 Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
IMC 305 Message Strategy and Persuasive Communications Argument & Comm
IMC 306 Strategic Communications Argument & Comm
IMC 310 Integrated Marketing and Communication Law, Policy and Ethics Inst/Org/Econ
INTL ST 395 Slavery in Global Relational Perspective Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 373 Investigative Journalism Argument & Comm
JOUR 390 The Journalists and Journalism that Have Shaped America (sec. 23) Argument & Comm
LATINO 218 Latina & Latino History: Hamilton's America (sec. 1, also HIST 200-0-1) Inst/Org/Econ
LATINO 392 Topics in Latina and Latino Social and Political Issues (sec. 29) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 206 Law and Society (also  Sociol 206) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 308 Sociology of Law (taught with SOCIOL 318) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 332 Constitutional Law II (taught with POLI SCI 332) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 340 Gender and the Law Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 376 Hamilton: Bullets, Banks, and Broadway (sec. 20) Argument & Comm; Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 376 Paupers, Prostitutes, & Politics: Race & Class in Early America (sec. 21) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 394 Lawyering: Education and Practice (sec. 20) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 398-2 Advanced Research Seminar 2 Majors Only
LING 222 Language, Politics, and Identity Global/Comp; Law & Inequality
MENA 390-3 Revolution and Revolutionary Movements Modern Iran (sec. 23) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
PHIL 220 Introduction to Critical Theory Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 250 Elementary Logic II Argument & Comm
PHIL 261 Introduction to Political Philosophy Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 262 Ethical Problems and Public Issues Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 201 Intro to Political Theory Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 220 American Government and Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 250 Intro to Comparative Politics Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 325 Congress and the Legislative Processes Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 327 African American Politics Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 332 Constitutional Law I (also Legal St 332) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 341 International Political Economy Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 344 U.S. Foreign Policy Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the Middle East Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 355 Politics of China Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 390 Human Rights Between East & West (sec. 22) Global/Comp; Theory/Phil
POLI SCI 390 Global Development (sec. 21) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 390 Religion and Politics Beyond Freedom and Violence (sec. 23, also HUM 370-5-20) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 390 Religion and Politics in the State of Israel (sec. 24) Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 390 Nonstate Armed Groups (sec. 26) Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 395 Critical Perspectives on Human Rights (sec. 20) Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 395 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (sec. 24) Global/Comparative
PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology Inst/Org/Econ
PSYCH 339 Psychology of Gender Law & Inequality
PSYCH 381 Children and the Law Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
RELIGION 383 Catholic Social Ethics Theory & Philosophy
SLAVIC 255 Slavic Civilizations: Language, Politics, & Identity (sec. 20) Global/Comparative
SOC POL 201 Introduction to Social Policy Law & Inequality
SOC POL 304 Social Policy and the Human Services Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 305 Law and Social Policy Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 311 Social Policy and the United States Health Care System Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 312 Social Policymaking and Implementation Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 331 Economics of Inequality and Discrimination Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOC POL 351 Education Policy and Social Change Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 206 Law and Society (also  Legal St 206) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 208 Race and Society Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Organizations Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 306 Sociological Theory Theory & Philosophy
SOCIOL 310 Sociology of the Family Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 318 Sociology of Law (also Legal St 308) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 324 Global Capitalism Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 334 Social Protest and Social Change Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 376 Gangs (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ
STAT 202 Introduction to Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
STAT 210 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences Inst/Org/Econ
WRITING 303 The Art of Non-Fiction: Writing for Social Change (sec. 21) Argument & Comm

Fall 2016 Electives

**To look up class meeting days and times please go to CAESAR**

Note that courses are subject to change.

Department Course Number Course Title Elective Area(s)
AF AM ST 363 Racism in Western Modernity Law & Inequality
AMER ST 301-1 Comparative Race & Ethnicity (Cannot receive credit for this and LEGAL ST 347) Law & Inequality
ANTHRO 390 Cultural Resource Management and Environmental Policy (sec. 26, with ENVR POL 390-0-21) Inst/Org/Econ
BUS INST 394 Leadership and Ethics (Sec. 26) Inst/Org/Econ
CIV ENV 303 Environmental Law and Policy (ENVR_POL 390-0-22) Inst/Org/Econ
COMM ST 205 Theories of Persuasion Argument & Comm
COMM ST 340 Community Integration of Labelled People Law & Inequality
COMM ST 363 Bargaining and Negotiation Argument & Comm
COMP LIT 304 Studies in Theme: Women Who Kill Law & Inequality
ECON 318 History of Economic Thought Theory & Philosophy
ECON 326 Economics of Developing Countries Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 337 Economics of State & Local Governments Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 339 Labor Economics Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 342 Economics of Gender (previously ECON 213) Law & Inequality
ECON 362 International Finance Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 323-1 Economic History of the United States Before 1865 Inst/Org/Econ
ECON 323-2 Economic History of the United States 1865 to Present Inst/Org/Econ
ENGLISH 371 American Novel: Faulkner, Race & Politics (sec. 21) Law & Inequality
ENGLISH 386 Studies in Literature & Film: Women Who Kill Law & Inequality
ENVR POL 336 Climate Change, Policy, and Society (also SOCIOL 336) Inst/Org/Econ
ENVR POL 390 Cultural Resource Management and Environmental Policy (sec. 21, with ANTHRO 390-0-26) Inst/Org/Econ
ENVR POL 390 U.S. Environmental Law and Policy (sec. 22, also CIV_ENV 303-0-20) Inst/Org/Econ
ENVR POL 390-0-22 U.S. Environmental Law and Policy (sec. 22, also CIV_ENV 303-0-20) Inst/Org/Econ
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics Theory & Philosophy
GEN CMN 102 Public Speaking Argument & Comm
GERMAN 248 Learning Diversity: Germany and Global Migration Global/Comparative
GNDR ST 230 Roots of Feminism  Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 231 Gender, Sexuality and Representation Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 321 Gender, Sexuality and History Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 381 Queer Theory Law & Inequality
GNDR ST 382 Race, Gender, & Sexuality: “Gender, Race, and the Holocaust” (Sec. 20) Law & Inequality
HISTORY 300 New Lectures in History: Go Directly to Jail - the Punitive Turn in America (sec. 22) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
HISTORY 324 United States Gay and Lesbian History Law & Inequality
HISTORY 392 Arabs in a Jewish State (sec. 20, also HISTORY 395-0-20) Global/Comp; Law & Inequality
HISTORY 392 Topics in History: France and Islam Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 392 Topics in History: The Golden Age of Piracy Global/Comparative
HISTORY 395 Arabs in a Jewish State (sec. 20, also HISTORY 392-0-20) Global/Comparative
HISTORY 210-1 History of the United States, Precolonial to the Civil War Law & Inequality
HISTORY 250-2 Global History: The Modern World Global/Comparative
HISTORY 315-3 The United States Since 1900: Late 20th Century to the Present Inst/Org/Econ
HISTORY 381-1 History of Modern China: Late Imperial China, 1600-1911 Global/Comparative
HISTORY 385-2 History of Modern South Asia, ca. 1750-Present Global/Comparative
HISTORY 385-2 History of Modern South Asia, ca. 1750-present Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
IEMS 303 Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
IMC 306 Strategic Communications Argument & Comm
IMC 310 Integrated Marketing and Communication Law, Policy and Ethics Inst/Org/Econ
INTL ST 390 Politics of International Law (Also LEGAL ST 376-0-20, POLI SCI 343) Global/Comparative
INTL ST 390 Special Topics in International Studies: Society and Politics in Iran (sec. 21) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 352 Politics, Media, & the Republic Argument & Comm
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics Inst/Org/Econ
JOUR 373 Investigative Journalism Argument & Comm
JOUR 390 Special Topics: Covering Cybersecurity and Surveillance (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ
LEGAL ST 101 Law and the Civil Rights Movement (Sec. 20) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 206 Law and Society (also  Sociol 206) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 347 Comparative Race & Ethnicity (Cannot receive credit for this and Amer_St 301-0-20) Law & Inequality
LEGAL ST 376 Politics of International Law (Also INTL ST 390-0-20, POLI SCI 343) Global/Comparative
LEGAL ST 398-1 Advanced Research Seminar Majors Only
MENA 390-3 Advanced Topics in Middle East & North African Studies: Society and Politics in Iran (sec. 20) Global/Comp; Inst/Org/Econ
PHIL 110 Introduction to Philosophy Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 150 Elementary Logic Argument & Comm
PHIL 269 Bioethics Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 330 Practical Reasoning and Choice Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 364 Business and Professional Ethics (Previously "Business Ethics") Theory & Philosophy
PHIL 210-1 History of Philosophy-Ancient Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 201 Intro to Political Theory Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 220 American Government and Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 221 Urban Politics Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 230 Intro to Law in the Political Arena Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 240 Intro to International Relations Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 301 Classical Political Theory Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 307 Deportation Law and Politics Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 326 Race and Public Policy Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 343 Politics of International Law (Previously "International Law", also INTL ST 390-0-20, LEGAL ST 376-0-20) Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 344 United States Foreign Policy Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 345 National Security Inst/Org/Econ
POLI SCI 354 Politics of Southeast Asia Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 369 Politics of Post-Soviet Russia Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 390 Immigration Politics and Policy (sec. 21) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 390 Political Sociology (sec. 22, also SOCIOL 309) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
POLI SCI 394 US Foreign Policy: Kennedy/Obama (sec. 20) Global/Comparative
POLI SCI 395 Political Theory & Rule of Law (sec. 21) Theory & Philosophy
POLI SCI 395 Racial Politics in American Cities (sec. 24) Law & Inequality
PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology Inst/Org/Econ
SOC POL 201 Intro to Social Policy Law & Inequality
SOC POL 310 Legal Aspects of Education Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 206 Law and Society (also  Legal St 206) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 208 Race and Society Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Complex Organizations Inst/Org/Econ
SOCIOL 306 Sociological Theory Theory & Philosophy
SOCIOL 309 Political Sociology (also POLI SCI 390-0-22) Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 325 Global and Local Inequalities Inst/Org/Econ; Law & Inequality
SOCIOL 336 Climate Change, Policy, and Society (also ENVR POL 336-0-1) Inst/Org/Econ
STAT 202 Introduction to Statistics Inst/Org/Econ
STAT 210 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences Inst/Org/Econ