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Electives

Each quarter Legal Studies approves courses taught throughout the University as electives that will count towards the major and minor requirements.


See below for the list of approved classes for the current academic year.

 

Elective Lists

If a course listed here is an approved course for another major or minor you're pursuing, be sure to consult the double-counting rules: Weinberg College double-counting rules, and Double-counting for non-Weinberg students .

Being listed as an approved Legal Studies elective does not come with enrollment permissions for Legal Studies students. Some department's courses have prerequisites or are closed to non-majors. CAESAR will detail any such restrictions.

Elective Petition

If you believe that a class not included in our lists has sufficient legal content and should be considered as a Legal Studies elective, please complete the petition for elective credit. Once submitted, the petition will undergo review by 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.

 


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Elective Courses

Note that courses are subject to change.

The list for the next upcoming quarter will be updated during the week of pre-registration.

Spring 2020 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
AF AM ST 339 Unsettling Whiteness
AF AM ST 380 Studies in African American Literature: Black Insecurity (sec. 20, also ENGLISH 366-0-20)
AFST 390 Constitutional Challenges in Comparative Perspective (sec. 21, also LEGAL ST 356, POLI SCI 356)
ANTHRO 390 City of Women: Race/Class/Sexuality in American Women's Lives (sec. 27, also HUM 370-3-20)
ANTHRO 390 Porous Borders? Geography, Power and Techniques (sec. 23, also MENA 390-3-20)
ANTHRO 390 Protest & Popular Culture in the Middle East (sec. 22, also MENA 390-3-21)
ANTHRO 390 Transnational Americas: From Migrants to Latinx (sec. 30, also SPANISH 397-0-1)
ASIAN AM 303 Asian Americans and Educational Equity (sec. 1)
ASIAN AM 370 South Asian Diaspora (sec. 1)
ASIAN LC 240 Introduction to Modern Korean Literature (sec. 20)
BUS INST 394-LK Ethics and Leadership (sec. 21) 
CIV ENV 302 Engineering Law
CIV ENV 395 Energy Law & Policy (sec. 23)
COMM ST 205 Theories of Persuasion
COMM ST 394 Nonprofit Advocacy and the Environment (sec. 21)
COMP LIT 205 Reading Difference: Gender, Politics, and Philosophy (sec. 20, also GNDR ST 233-0-20, PHIL 221-0-20)
COMP LIT 383 Latin American Critical Theory (sec. 20, also GNDR ST 341-0-21, SPANISH 397-0-2)
COMP SCI 295 Introduction to Law and Digital Technologies (sec. 20)
DSGN 350 Intellectual Property and Innovation: Innovation & Invention (sec. 20)
ECON 339 Labor Economics
ECON 342 Economics of Gender
ECON 350 Monopoly Competition and Public Policy
ECON  315 Economic History Growth Development (sec. 30)
ENGLISH 366 Studies in African American Literature: Black Insecurity (sec. 20, also AF AM ST 380-0-20)
ENVR POL 390 Ocean and Coastal Law and Policy (sec. 24)
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics
GBL HLTH 390 Health Care Under Socialism and Postsocialism (sec. 23)
GBL HLTH 390 Native Nations, Healthcare Systems, and U.S. Policy (sec. 21)
GERMAN 326 Music Under The Totalitarian State (sec. 20, also MUSICOL 355-0-1)
GNDR ST 233 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy (also COMP LIT 205-0-20, PHIL 221-0-20)
GNDR ST 321 Coalitional Politics &/in the "Second Wave" (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 321 US Women's History to 1865 (sec. 21)
GNDR ST 324 United States Gay and Lesbian History (also HISTORY 324)
GNDR ST 331 Families, Communities, Markets, States (sec. 22)
GNDR ST 340 Gender, Sexuality and the Law (also LEGAL_ST 340)
GNDR ST 341 Latin American Critical Theory (sec. 21, also COMP LIT 383-0-20, SPANISH 397-0-2)
GNDR ST 381 Queer Theory
GNDR ST 382 Race, Gender, & Sexuality: Gender, Race, and the Holocaust (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 390 Latinx Feminisms (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 350-3 Sociology of Gender: Families, Communities, Markets, States (sec. 20)
HISTORY 200 Pirates, Guns & Empires (sec. 20)
HISTORY 200 Witches, Heretics and Demons: The Inquisition in the New World (sec. 26, also RELIGION 386-0-26)
HISTORY 300 Comparative Genocide (sec. 32)
HISTORY 300 History of Capitalism (sec. 28)
HISTORY 300 Red Power: Indigenous Resistance in the US and Canada (sec. 30, also HUM 370-4-20)
HISTORY 300 Slavery in U.S. History and Culture (sec. 20)
HISTORY 300 The Civil Rights Movement (sec. 38)
HISTORY 320 The Fourteenth Amendment (also LEGAL ST 340)
HISTORY 324 United States Gay and Lesbian History (also GNDR ST 324)
HISTORY 357 East Africa
HISTORY 393 Blood Libel (sec. 20)
HISTORY 393 Gender, Race and the Holocaust (sec. 25, also GNDR_ST 382-0-20)
HISTORY 393 Oral History and Archives of Terror in Latin America (sec. 24)
HISTORY 395 Abolition & Equality: 19th-century Black Activism in the Midwest (sec. 24, also HUM 325-4-20)
HISTORY 395 Holocaust Trials (sec. 22)
HISTORY 201-2 European Civilization: Mid-18th C to Present
HISTORY 210-2 History of the United States, Reconstruction to the Present
HISTORY 345-3 History of Russia, 1917-Present
HISTORY 381-2 History of Modern China: 1911 to Present
HUM 325-4 Abolition & Equality: 19th-century Black Activism in the Midwest (sec. 20, also HISTORY 395-0-24)
HUM 370-3 City of Women: Race/Class/Sexuality in American Women's Lives (sec. 20, also ANTHRO 390-0-27)
HUM 370-4 Red Power: Indigenous Resistance in the US and Canada (sec. 20, also HISTORY 300-0-30)
IEMS 303 Statistics
IMC 305 Message Strategy and Persuasive Communications
IMC 306 Strategic Communications
IMC 311 Digital Data: Privacy and Governance (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-22, IMC 414-0-20)
INTL ST 390 Fall of the USSR and the Rise of Russia (sec. 20, also SLAVIC 390-0-1)
INTL ST 390 The Fall of the USSR and the Rise of Russia (sec. 20, also SLAVIC 390-0-1)
INTL ST 395 Everyday Life in Global and Comparative Perspective (sec. 20)
INTL ST 395 Forced Migration and its Discontents (sec. 21)
JOUR 301 Connecting with Immigrants, Refugees and Multi-eth (sec. 22)
JOUR 301 Police, Race, Politics and Community (sec. 21)
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics
JOUR 390 Global Freedom of the Press (sec. 23)
JOUR 301-1 Israel Today: Divergent Dreams in a Promised Land (sec. 21)
JOUR 301-1 Visual Reporting in Cuba (sec. 23)
LATINO 392 Latina Feminism (sec. 5)
LATINO 392 Violence, the Body, and Resistance (sec. 2)
LATINO 392 Critical Theory & Practice For Action and Change (sec. 3)
LEGAL ST 207 Legal Studies Research Methods (also SOCIOL 227)
LEGAL ST 276 Crime, Punishment, and Social Control (sec. 20)
LEGAL ST 320 The Fourteenth Amendment (also HISTORY 340)
LEGAL ST 330 U.S. Refugee Policy & Localities (also POLI SCI 330)
LEGAL ST 333 Constitutional Law II: Civil and Political Rights (also POLI SCI 333)
LEGAL ST 340 Gender and the Law (also GNDR ST 340)
LEGAL ST 356 Constitutional Challenges in Comparative Perspective (also AFST 390-0-21, POLI SCI 356)
LEGAL ST 376 Digital Data: Privacy and Governance (sec. 22, also IMC 311-0-20, IMC 414-0-20)
LEGAL ST 376 Islamic Law (sec. 21, also MENA 301-3-20, RELIGION 351-0-20)
MENA 301-3 Islamic Law (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-21, RELIGION 351-0-20)
MENA 390-3 Popular Culture and Protest in the Middle East (sec. 21, also ANTHRO 390-0-22)
MENA 390-3 Porous Borders? Geography, Power and Techniques (sec. 20, also ANTHRO 390-0-23)
MUSICOL 355 Music Under The Totalitarian State (sec. 1, also GERMAN 326-0-20)
PHIL 221 Gender, Politics, and Philosophy (sec. 20, also COMP LIT 205-0-20, GNDR ST 233-0-20)
PHIL 222 Introduction to Africana Philosophy (sec. 20)
PHIL 269 Bioethics
PHIL 324 Studies in African American Philosophy (sec. 20)
PHIL 330 Practical Reasoning and Choice
PHIL 210-3 History of Philosophy - Early Modern
PHIL 273-3 The Brady Scholars Program: The Good Society (sec. 20)
POLI SCI 230 Introduction to Law in the Political Arena
POLI SCI 240 Intro to International Relations
POLI SCI 325 Congress and the Legislative Processes
POLI SCI 326 Race and Public Policy
POLI SCI 330 U.S. Refugee Policy & Localities (Also LEGAL ST 330)
POLI SCI 333 Constitutional Law II: Civil and Political Rights (LEGAL ST 333)
POLI SCI 344 U.S. Foreign Policy
POLI SCI 351 Politics of the Middle East
POLI SCI 356 Constitutional Challenges in Comparative Perspective (also AFST 390-0-21, LEGAL ST 356)
POLI SCI 376 Civil Wars 
POLI SCI 377 Drugs and Politics
POLI SCI 383 War and Change in International Politics
POLI SCI 389 Understanding Genocide (also SOCIOL 379)
POLI SCI 390 Politics of Nationalism (sec. 21)
POLI SCI 390 Politics of Turkey (sec. 23)
POLI SCI 390 The Press & Presidential Elections (sec. 22)
POLI SCI 395 Politics in the Digital Age (sec. 24)
POLI SCI 395 U.S. Party Development (sec. 20)
POLI SCI 395 Wealth and Power in America (sec. 22)
PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology
PSYCH 348 Psychology of Gender (previously PSYCH 339; cannot receive credit for both)
RELIGION 351 Islamic Law (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-21, MENA 301-0-20)
RELIGION 386 Witches, Heretics and Demons: The Inquisition in the New World (sec. 26, also HISTORY 200-0-26)
SESP 323 Holocaust Memory, Memorials, and Museums (sec. 20)
SLAVIC 390 The Fall of the USSR and the Rise of Russia (sec. 1, also INTL ST 390-0-20)
SOC POL 201 Introduction to Social Policy
SOC POL 304 Social Policy and the Human Services
SOC POL 312 Social Policymaking and Implementation
SOC POL 351 Women and American Political Leadership (sec. 20)
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology
SOCIOL 202 Social Problems
SOCIOL 208 Race and Society
SOCIOL 215 Economy and Society
SOCIOL 227 Legal Studies Research Methods (also LEGAL ST 207)
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Organizations
SOCIOL 324 Global Capitalism
SOCIOL 356 Sociology of Gender
SOCIOL 376 Masculinities (sec. 22)
SOCIOL 379 Understanding Genocide (also POLI SCI 389)
SPANISH 201 Conversation on Human Rights: Latin America
SPANISH 395 Justice and Resistance in Contemporary Latin America (sec. 2)
SPANISH 397 Critical Theory in Latin America (sec. 2, also COMP LIT 383-0-20, GNDR ST 341-0-21)
SPANISH 397 Transnational Americas: From Migrants to Latinx (sec. 1, also ANTHRO 390-0-30)
STAT 210 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences

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Winter 2020 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
AF AM ST 215 Intro to Black Social & Political Life
AF AM ST 218 Asian/Black Historical Relations in the United States
AF AM ST 380 Black Feminist World Making (sec. 20)
AF AM ST 380 African American Politics (sec. 21, also POLI SCI 327)
AF AM ST 380 Black Study and Speculative Practice (sec. 23)
AF AM ST 212-2 Introduction to African American History: Emancipation to Civil Rights Movement (also HISTORY 212-2)
AMER ST 310 Bad News (sec. 1, also POLI SCI 390-0-25)
ASIAN AM 214 Introduction to Asian American History
ASIAN AM 218 Asian/Black Relations in the United States
ASIAN AM 225 Contemporary Issues in Asian American Communities: Refugee Aesthetics (sec. 1)
ASIAN AM 303 Race, Mental Health, & Healing Justice (sec. 1)
CLASSICS 211 Greek History and Culture: From Homer to Alexander the Great
COMM ST 310 Rhetoric, Democracy and Empire in Classical Athens
COMP LIT 202 Interpreting Culture: 20th C Russian Literature (sec. 22)
COMP LIT 207 Introduction to Critical Theory
ECON 324 Western Economic History
ECON 339 Labor Economics
ECON 342 Economics of Gender
ECON 351 Law and Economics
ENGLISH 312 Studies in Drama: "Caryl Churchill: Techniques & Provocations" (sec. 20, also THEATRE 340-0-21)
ENGLISH 340 Restoration and 18th Century Literature: Sex, Violence, and Consent (sec. 20)
ENGLISH 372 American Poetry: Whitman & the Democ. Imaginary (sec. 20)
ENVR POL 390 International Environmental Law and Policy (sec. 21)
ENVR POL 390 Climate Change Law and Policy (sec. 22)
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics
GBL HLTH 325 History of Reproductive Health (sec. 1)
GNDR ST 230 Traditions in Feminist Thought (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 321 Gender, Sexuality and History: "Consent: Sexual Agency in Hist. Context" (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 321 Gender, Sexuality and History: US Women's History 1865-Present (sec. 22)
GNDR ST 322 Gender, Sexuality, and Health: Reproductive Health/Politics/Justice (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 340 Gender, Sexuality and the Law (also LEGAL_ST 340)
HISTORY 200 Consent: Sexual Agency in History Perspective (sec. 22)
HISTORY 218 Latina and Latino History
HISTORY 300 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-24)
HISTORY 300 Origins of Censorship (sec. 30)
HISTORY 349 History of the Holocaust
HISTORY 392 Origins of Zionism (sec. 20)
HISTORY 392 Revolutionary Egypt: Nasser & Sadat (sec. 24, also HISTORY 395-0-24, MENA 301-2-20)
HISTORY 392 Political Islam, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad (sec. 22, also HISTORY 395-0-22)
HISTORY 393 Mass Violence (sec. 22)
HISTORY 393 Shari’a in Global History (sec. 24)
HISTORY 395 Revolutionary Egypt: Nasser & Sadat (sec. 24, also HISTORY 392-0-24, MENA 301-2-20)
HISTORY 395 Political Islam, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad (sec. 22, also HISTORY 392-0-22)
HISTORY 201-1 European Civilization: High Medieval Thru Mid-18th C
HISTORY 203-3 Jewish History 1789-1948
HISTORY 210-1 History of the United States, Precolonial to the Civil War
HISTORY 212-2 Introduction to African American History: Emancipation to Civil Rights Movement (also AF AM ST 212-2)
HISTORY 250-2 Global History: The Modern World
HISTORy 271-3 History Of The Modern Middle East, 1789 To Present
HISTORY 318-1 Legal and Constitutional History of the United States: Colonial Period to 1850 (also LEGAL ST 318-1)
HISTORY 322-2 Development of the Modern American City: 1880-Present
HISTORY 356-1 History of South Africa, Early Times to 1879
HISTORY 381-1 History of Modern China: Late Imperial China, 1600-1911
HISTORY 385-2 History of Modern South Asia, ca. 1750-present
HUM 370-6 The Crime Centered Documentary (sec. 22, also LEGAL ST 376-0-20, RTVF 377-0-20)
IEMS 303 Statistics
IMC 305 Message Strategy and Persuasive Communications
IMC 306 Strategic Communications
IMC 310 Integrated Marketing and Communication Law, Policy and Ethics
INTL ST 290 Int'l Dev: Issues and Practice (sec. 20)
INTL ST 390 Politics of International Law (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-21, POLI SCI 343)
INTL ST 395 Race and International Politics in the (Post-)Colonial (sec. 20)
INTL ST 395 Forced Migration and its Discontents (sec. 21)
JOUR 301 Social Change and Urban Dynamics (sec. 20)
JOUR 352 Politics, Media, and the Republic
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics
JOUR 373 Investigative Journalism
JOUR 384 Covering Washington DC As a Mobile Journalist
JOUR 390 Framed: Media and the Marginalized (sec. 26)
JOUR 390 Media History & The Native American Experience (sec. 23)
JOUR 390 Criminal Justice Reporting: A Class Taught Inside (sec. 22)
JOUR 390 The Vote (sec. 24)
JOUR 301-1 Israel Today: Divergent Dreams in a Promised Land (sec. 20)
LATINO 392 Latino Politics in the U.S. (sec. 1, also POLI SCI 334)
LATINO 392 Latinx Resistance to Environmental Racism (sec. 2)
LEGAL ST 206 Law and Society (also  SOCIOL 206)
LEGAL ST 309 Political Theories of the Rule of Law (also POLI SCI 309)
LEGAL ST 331 Politics of the Supreme Court (also POLI SCI 331)
LEGAL ST 340 Gender and the Law (also GNDR ST 340)
LEGAL ST 347 Comparative Race & Ethnicity
LEGAL ST 376 The Crime Centered Documentary (sec. 20, also HUM 370-6-22, RTVF 377-0-20)
LEGAL ST 376 Politics of International Law (sec. 21, also INTL ST 390-0-20, POLI SCI 343)
LEGAL ST 376 Law as Literature: Interpreting Jewish Law (sec. 23, also RELIGION 339-0-20)
LEGAL ST 376 Development of American Indian Law & Policy (sec. 24, also HISTORY 300-0-20)
LEGAL ST 318-1 Legal and Constitutional History of the United States: Colonial Period to 1850 (also HISTORY 318-1)
LEGAL ST 394-LK American Lawyering: Education and Practice (sec. 21)
LEGAL ST 394-LK Human Rights & US Refugee Law (sec. 20)
LEGAL ST 398-2 Advanced Research Seminar 2
LING 222 Language, Politics, and Identity (also SLAVIC 255)
LRN SCI 302 Social Contexts of Education (sec. 20, also MS ED 402-0-20, TEACH ED 302-0-20)
MENA 200 Making the Modern Middle East (sec. 20)
MENA 301-2 Revolutionary Egypt: Nasser & Sadat (sec. 20, also HISTORY 392-0-24, HISTORY 395-0-24)
PERF ST 216 Oral Storytelling and Political Activism (sec. 21)
MS ED 402 Social Contexts of Education (sec. 20, also LRN SCI 302-0-20, TEACH ED 302-0-20)
PHIL 220 Introduction to Critical Theory
PHIL 224 Philosophy, Race, and Racism
PHIL 250 Elementary Logic II
PHIL 262 Ethical Problems and Public Issues
PHIL 318 The Authority of Science (sec. 20/21)
PHIL 273-2 The Brady Scholars Program: The Moral Life
POLI SCI 201 Intro to Political Theory
POLI SCI 220 American Government and Politics
POLI SCI 250 Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLI SCI 309 Political Theories of the Rule of Law (also LEGAL ST 309)
POLI SCI 320 The American Presidency
POLI SCI 327 African American Politics (also AF AM ST 380-0-21)
POLI SCI 331 Politics of the Supreme Court (also LEGAL ST 331)
POLI SCI 334 Latino Politics (also LATINO 392-0-1)
POLI SCI 341 International Political Economy
POLI SCI 343 Politics of International Law (also INTL ST 390-0-20, LEGAL ST 376-0-21)
POLI SCI 368 Political Economy of Development
POLI SCI 369 Politics of Post-Soviet Russia
POLI SCI 378 The U.S. and the World
POLI SCI 390 Bad News (sec. 25, also AMST 310-0-1)
POLI SCI 395 Fixing the U.S. Constitution (sec. 21)
POLI SCI 395 Politics of Corruption (sec. 20)
POLI SCI 395 Race, Place, and Space in Democratic Politics (sec. 23)
PSYCH 201 Statistical Methods in Psychology
RELIGION 339 Law as Literature: Interpreting Jewish Law (sec. 20, also LEGAL ST 376-0-23)
RTVF 377 The Crime Centered Documentary (sec. 20, also HUM 370-6-22, LEGAL ST 376-0-20)
RTVF 398 History of Recording Industry (sec. 21, also SAI 400-0-20)
SAI 400 History of Recording Industry (sec. 20, also RTVF 398-0-21)
SESP 303 Designing for Social Change
SESP 322 Crafting Child Policy
SESP 351 Race, Inequality, and the Political Analysis of Pu (sec. 20)
SESP 351 Saving the Census (sec. 21)
SESP 351 Analyzing Intersections of Technology, Ethics, Rac (sec. 22)
SESP 351 Race, Adolescence and School Discipline (sec. 23)
SLAVIC 255 Slavic Civilizations (also LING 222)
SLAVIC 255 Slavic Civilizations: Language, Politics, & Identity (also LING 222)
SLAVIC 211-2 Gender and Revolution in Soviet Russian Culture (sec. 1)
SLAVIC 390 Literature and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe (sec. 1)
SOC POL 312 Social Policymaking and Implementation
SOC POL 351 Policy in Times of Political Transformation (sec. 21)
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology
SOCIOL 202 Social Problems
SOCIOL 206 Law & Society (also LEGAL ST 206)
SOCIOL 232 Sexuality and Society
SOCIOL 276 Neighborhoods and Crime (sec. 20)
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Organizations
SOCIOL 306 Sociological Theory
SOCIOL 310 Sociology of the Family
SOCIOL 330 Law, Markets, and Globalization
SPANISH 201 Conversation on Human Rights: Latin America
SPANISH 395 Latin American Feminism and Latinx Feminism (sec. 3)
TEACH ED 302 Social Contexts of Education (sec. 20, also LRN SCI 302-0-20, MS ED 402-0-20)
THEATRE 340 Special Topics in Adv Thtr Stu: "Caryl Churchill: Techniques & Provocations" (sec. 21, also ENGLISH 312-0-20)
THEATRE 341 Theatre and Social Change: State Funded Theatre of the Americas (sec. 20)
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Fall 2019 Electives

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

Note that courses are subject to change.

Department Course #
Course Title
AF AM ST 363 Racism in Western Modernity
AF AM ST 380 Gender and Sexuality in African American Women's Lives: 19th Century (sec. 20, also GNDR ST 321-0-21, HISTORY 300-0-22)
AF AM ST 380 Sex and the American Empire: Journalism and Frames (sec. 22, also AMER ST 310-0-6, GNDR ST 390-0-20, JOUR 390-0-26)
AMER ST 310 Critical Race and Gender Theory (sec. 5, also PHIL 361-0-20,21)
AMER ST 310 US Health: Illness & Inequality (sec. 1)
AMER ST  310 Sex and the American Empire: Journalism and Frames (sec. 6, also AF AM ST 380-0-22, GNDR ST 390-0-20, JOUR 390-0-26)
ANTHRO 390 The Ethnography of Family Reunification and Emerging Battlegrounds in Immigration Law (sec. 26)
CIV ENV 303 Environmental Law and Policy
COMM ST 317 Voice, Violence, and Democracy
COMM ST 340 Community Integration of Labelled People 
COMP LIT 301 Studies in World Literature: Postcolonial Noir (sec. 20, also ENGLISH 313-0-20, HUM 370-6-20)
ECON 350 Monopoly Competition and Public Policy
ECON 323-2 Economic History of the United States 1865 to Present
ENGLISH 313 Studies in Fiction: Postcolonial Noir (sec. 20, also COMP LIT 301-0-20, HUM 370-6-20)
ENGLISH 388 Science Fiction and Social Justice (sec. 21, also RELIGION 379-0-20)
ENVR POL 336 Climate Change, Policy, and Society (also SOCIOL 336)
GBL HLTH 302 Global Bioethics
GBL HLTH 390 Religion and Bioethics (sec. 24, also RELIGION 373)
GNDR ST 220 Sexual Subjects: Introduction to Sexuality Studies
GNDR ST 321 Gender and Sexuality in African American Women's Lives: 19th Century (sec. 21, also AF AM ST 380-0-20, HISTORY 300-0-22)
GNDR ST 321 Gender, Sexuality and History: Sex Offenses (sec. 22)
GNDR ST 331 Sociology of Gender and Sexuality: "Work & Occupations: Gender" (also SOCIOL 332)
GNDR ST 332 Gender, Sexuality, and Health: Health Activism (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 353 Gender and Citizenship
GNDR ST 374 Gender, Sexuality, and Digital Technologies: Feminist Techno-imaginaries: From Afrofuturism to Cyberfeminism (sec. 20)
GNDR ST 390 Sex and the American Empire: Journalism and Frames (sec. 20, also AF AM ST 380-0-22, AMER ST 310-0-6, JOUR 390-0-26)
GNDR ST 396 Gender, Sexuality, and Campus Culture (sec. 20)
HISTORY 300 Gender and Sexuality in African American Women's Lives: 19th Century (sec. 22, also AF AM ST 380-0-20, GNDR ST 321-0-21)
HISTORY 300 Go Directly to Jail - the Punitive Turn in America (sec. 26)
HISTORY 300 Sex Offenses (sec. 28)
HISTORY 305 American Immigration (combined with LEGAL ST 305)
HISTORY 392 Arabs in Israel
HISTORY 392 Race and the American Presidency (sec. 20, also HUM 370-4-20)
HISTORY 393 Pirates and Prostitutes in Southeast Asia (sec. 22)
HISTORY 212-1 Introduction to African-American History: Key concepts from 1700-1861
HISTORY 385-1 History of Modern South Asia, 1500-1800
HISTORY  378 History of Law and Science
HUM  370-4 Race and the American Presidency (sec. 20, also HISTORY 392-0-20)
HUM  370-5 Integrity and the Politics of Corruption (sec. 22, also POLI SCI 390-0-26)
HUM  370-6 Postcolonial Noir (sec. 20, also ENGLISH 313-0-20, COMP LIT 301-0-20)
IMC 310 Integrated Marketing and Communication Law, Policy and Ethics
INTL ST 390 Dilemmas of Am. Power (sec. 20, also JOUR 353)
INTL ST 390 Refugee Crises and Human Rights (sec. 20, also POLI SCI 380)
INTL ST 390 The Russian Writer and the State, from Stalin to Putin (sec. 22, also SLAVIC 390-0-1)
JOUR 301 Journalism in Practice: Connecting with Immigrants, Refugees and Multi-eth... (sec. 21)
JOUR 353 Dilemmas of American Power (also INTL_ST 390-0-20)
JOUR 370 Media Law and Ethics
JOUR 373 Investigative Journalism
JOUR 390 Native American Environmental Issues and the Media (sec. 22)
JOUR 390 Sex and the American Empire: Journalism and Frames (sec. 26, also AF AM ST 380-0-22, AMER ST 310-0-6, GNDR ST 390-0-20)
LATINO 393 Sociology of Immigration (sec. 5, also SOCIOL 322-0-20)
LEGAL ST 206 Law and Society (also  SOCIOL 206)
LEGAL ST 305 American Immigration (also HISTORY 305)
LEGAL ST 308 Sociology of Law (also SOCIOL 318)
LEGAL ST 332 Constitutional Law I (also POLI SCI 332)
LEGAL ST 398-1 Advanced Research Seminar
PERF ST 216 Oral Storytelling and Political Activism (sec. 21)
PHIL 260 Intro to Moral Philosophy
PHIL 269 Bioethics
PHIL 361 Critical Race and Gender Theory (sec. 20, 21, also AMER ST 310-0-5)
PHIL 364 Business and Professional Ethics 
POLI SCI 201 Intro to Political Theory
POLI SCI 220 American Government and Politics
POLI SCI 240 Intro to International Relations
POLI SCI 250 Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLI SCI 301 Classical Political Theory
POLI SCI 307 Deportation Law and Politics
POLI SCI 321 Urban Politics
POLI SCI 322 Ideas and Institutions in Urban Politics
POLI SCI 332 Constitutional Law I (also LEGAL ST 332)
POLI SCI 336 Immigration Politics and Policy
POLI SCI 345 National Security
POLI SCI 348 Globalization
POLI SCI 380 Refugee Crises and Human Rights
POLI SCI 390 Integrity and the Politics of Corruption (sec. 26, also HUM 370-5-22)
POLI SCI 390 Racial and Ethnic Politics (sec. 25)
POLI SCI 395 Black Political Thought (sec. 25)
POLI SCI 395 Military Intervention (sec. 21)
POLI SCI 395 Oligarchs and Elites (sec. 20)
POLI SCI 395 Racial Politics in American Cities (Sec. 24)
RELIGION 373 Religion and Bioethics (also GBL HLTH 390-0-24)
RELIGION 379 Science Fiction and Social Justice (sec. 20, also ENGLISH 388-0-21)
SESP 303 Designing for Social Change
SLAVIC 390 The Russian Writer and the State, from Stalin to Putin (sec. 1, also INTL ST 390-0-22)
SOC POL 201 Introduction to Social Policy
SOC POL 304 Social Policy and the Human Services
SOC POL 310 Legal Aspects of Education
SOC POL 351 Global Human Trafficking (sec. 20)
SOCIOL 110 Intro to Sociology
SOCIOL 201 Social Inequality: Race, Class, and Power
SOCIOL 206 Law and Society (also LEGAL ST 206)
SOCIOL 208 Race and Society
SOCIOL 216 Gender and Society
SOCIOL 302 Sociology of Organizations
SOCIOL 318 Sociology of Law (also LEGAL ST 308)
SOCIOL 322 Sociology of Immigration (sec. 5, also SOCIOL 322-0-20)
SOCIOL 325 Global & Local Inequalities
SOCIOL 332 Work and Occupations: Gender, Work and Occupations (also GNDR ST 331)
SOCIOL 336 Climate Change, Policy, and Society (also ENVR POL 336)
SOCIOL 376 Gangs (sec. 20)
SPANISH 201 Conversation on Human Rights: Latin America
STAT 210 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences
STAT 370 Human Rights Statistics
THEATRE 341 Theatre and Revolution (sec. 20)
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