OSU Classes

 Spring Session 2019
Literature and Ethnicity
Comparative Studies 2105
Dr. John Low
T/H 11:10-12:30 PM.
Course Number 22837
3 credit hours.
This course explores the study of the relationships between literature and ethnicity; analysis of concepts of ethnicity as represented in literature and film of diverse cultures and historical periods.
Prerequisite: English 1110 (110) or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 205.
GEC: Literature and Diversity and Social Diversity in the U.S. credit. 
This course also credits toward the 12-credit coursework requirement for a Minor in American Indian Studies.
Limit of 35 students.
Contact Dr. Low, low.89@osu.edu, for more information.

Introduction to American Indian Studies 
Comparative Studies 2323
Dr. John Low
T/H 3:55-5:15 PM.
Course Number 22838
3 credit hours.
Explores the legal, cultural, historic, and political foundations, experiences, and perspectives and futures of American Indians in the U.S.
Prerequisites: English 1110 or equiv.
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the US course.
Limit of 35 students.
Contact Dr. Low, low.89@osu.edu, for more information.

Technology, Science and Society
Comparative Studies 2341
Cheryl Cash
M/W 2:20-3:40 PM
Course Number 33807
Critical analysis of the relations among science, technology, and culture, with particular emphasis on ethical issues in technology and engineering. 
Prerequisites: English 1110.01 (110.01) or equiv. 
Not open to students with credit for 2340 (272).
GEC cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course.
Limit of 35 students.

Technology, Science and Society
Comparative Studies 2341
Cheryl Cash
T/H 5:30-6:50 PM
Course Number 15221
Critical analysis of the relations among science, technology, and culture, with particular emphasis on ethical issues in technology and engineering. 
Prerequisites: English 1110.01 (110.01) or equiv. 
Not open to students with credit for 2340 (272).
GEC cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course.
Limit of 35 students.

Introduction to Women and Gender in the U.S.
History 2610
Dr. Lucy Murphy
T/H 9:35-10:55 AM
Course Number 32472
3 credit hours.
Survey of women and gender from pre-European settlement to present, with particular attention to differences among women.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 325.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity, Social Diversity in the U.S. credit.
Limit of 40 students.
Contact Dr. Murphy, murphy.500@osu.edu, for more information.


Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750 
Dr. Lucy Murphy
3:55-5:15 PM
Course Number 32478
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322.
GEC: Historical Study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 
Contact Dr. Murphy, murphy.500@osu.edu, for more information.

Undergraduate Research
American Indian Studies 4998
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics related to American Indian Studies. Student-initiated projects.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Research in American Indian Studies Honors
American Indian Studies 4998H
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate honors student research or creative project in variable topics related to American Indian Studies.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Research: Thesis
American Indian Studies 4999
1-4 credit hours.
A program of reading arranged for each student, with individual conferences, reports, paper and/or thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
American Indian Studies 4999H
1-4 credit hours.
A program of reading, research, writing, and or creative work arranged for each student, with individual conferences, progress reports, and honors thesis.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Internship
American Indian Studies 5191 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Workplace experience requiring writing and/or research.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies
American Indian Studies 5193 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Individual directed study for work not typically offered in courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
American Indian Studies 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Directed group study for a topic not offered in regular courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

American Indian Studies Workshop
American Indian Studies 5700 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Structured participation in seminar or event organized for that semester. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Prehistoric Indians of the Ohio Valley
Anthropology 3350
3 credit hours.
The Archaeology and cultural history of the Ohio Valley from the first human settlement to European colonization, emphasizing the Adena, Hopewell, and Fort Ancient traditions.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201) or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 350.

Latin American Cultures and Migration in Global Perspective
Anthropology 3419
3 credit hours.
An intensive ethnographic investigation of Latin American and Caribbean migration (Mexico, Ecuador, The Dominican Republic) including the history of migration; contemporary movement; and transnationalism.
GEC: Social Science Organization and Polities Credit.

Indians of North America
Anthropology 3420
3 credit hours.
Development of culture change in North American Indians.
Not open to students with credit for 421.08. 
GEC: Social Science Individuals and Groups Credit.


Archaeology of the Pacific Islands
Anthropology 3452
3 credit hours.
Introduces the prehistory of the Pacific Islands from an archaeological perspective. It emphasizes voyaging, colonization, and the emergence of cultural complexity.

Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit or 452.

Archaeology of North America
Anthropology 3554
3 credit hours.
Detailed survey of Native American prehistory. Survey of the archaeology and cultural history of North America.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201). 
Not open to students with credit for 553.02.

New World Prehistory: Ancient Maya Civilization
Anthropology 3555
3 credit hours.
Detailed survey of Native American prehistory: recent archaeological and epigraphic discoveries and examines the ancient Maya civilization of Mesoamerica.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201).
Not open to students with credit for 553.04.


History of Anthropological Theory
Anthropology 4525
3 credit hours.
Major theoretical viewpoints in anthropology seen in their historical context.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of the instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 525 or 3525.

Undergraduate Research in Anthropology
Anthropology 4998
1-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 15 completions. This course is graded S/U.


Undergraduate Research in Anthropology-Honors
Anthropology 4998H
1-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics.

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 15 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Thesis Research
Anthropology 4999
2-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
Anthropology 4999H
2-6 credit hours.
Honors thesis research.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and a grade of A in at least half of Anthropology courses taken, and an average of B in the remainder, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies: Theory
Anthropology 5193.01 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-80 credit hours.
Theory.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies: Prehistory
Anthropology 5193.05 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-99 credit hours.
Prehistory.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.


Individual Studies: Ethnography
Anthropology 5193.06 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-99 credit hours.
Ethnography


Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Anthropology 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-12 credit hours.
Designed to give groups of students an opportunity to pursue special studies in topics not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable.

Strategy of Archaeological Field Research
Anthropology 5603 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Detailed examination of select topics concerning the recovery and analysis of archaeological data. Design of archaeological data recovery programs and their implementation through survey, excavation, and other methods.
Prerequisites: 3401 (401).
Not open to students with credit for 602.01.

Who Owns the Past?
Anthropology 5606 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Examines key ethical and epistemological issues in archaeology, including changing cultural politics.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201) and 3401 (401).
Not open to students with credit for 602.04.


Ethnobotany
Anthropology 5614 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to the anthropological study of human interactions with the plant world.
Prerequisites: A course in Anthropology or Plant Biology at the 2000 level or above, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 610.


Hunters and Gatherers
Anthropology 5620 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Overview of anthropological studies of people who subsist primarily by hunting and gathering wild food.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.

Not open to students with credit for 620.01.


The Anthropology of Food: Culture, Society and Eating
Anthropology 5624 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Explores food traditions, global expansion of foods and the production/exchange of food in culture and society.
Prerequisites: 2200 (200), 2201 (201), or 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.


Not open to students with credit for 620.08.


Anthropology of Religion
Anthropology 5625 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
World views of tribal and peasant cultures with an emphasis on religion; integration of religion with other aspects of culture.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) or equivalent, or permission of instructor.



Not open to students with credit for 620.11.


More: Culture and Economic Life
Anthropology 5626 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
An analysis of economic rationality in non-market and market societies; resource allocation, work organization, product disposition, exchange, money, trade, and development.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) or equivalent, or permission of instructor.



Not open to students with credit for 620.15.

Language and Culture in Education
Anthropology 5630 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Examination of the problems of educating children of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds in the U.S. school system.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) and equivalent, or graduate standing.

Not open to students with credit for 630.

Research Design and Ethnographic Methods
Anthropology 5650 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Students learn to study anthropological problems through hands on experience with ethnographic methods, critical discussion of issues in ethnographic research and design of an ethnographic study.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 650.


The Archaeology of Complex Societies
Anthropology 7803 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced theoretical and comparative study of the rise and fall of complex societies in antiquity in the Old and New Worlds.
Prerequisites: Admission to Graduate program.



Not open to students with credit for 801.03.

Individual Studies: Prehistory
Anthropology 8193.05 (Graduate)
1-27 credit hours.
Prehistory.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. 
This course is graded S/U.

Seminars in Prehistory: Landscape in Anthropology
Anthropology 8893.05 (Graduate)
2-12 credit hours.
Landscape in anthropology.
Repeatable to a maximum of 27 credit hours or 14 completions.

Seminars in Prehistory: Paleodiet
Anthropology 8893.06 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced survey of current archaeological research on past human diet, with emphasis on methods. Provides graduate-level advanced study of human diet as revealed through the archaeological record.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 830.06.

Research in Anthropology: Dissertation
Anthropology 8999 (Graduate)
1-80 credits.
Research for dissertation purposes only. Repeatable. 
This course is graded S/U.

Homes and Houses: Where We Live
Architecture 3192
3 credit hours.
Introduction to architecture as an artistic practice through exploration of the way we design, build, and occupy houses. Historical survey of both everyday and refined dwellings, focusing on twentieth century North American architects and houses will challenge accepted norms of home design and how those have evolved. The impact of "high" design on the everyday will be a theme.
GEC VPA course.

Group Studies in Architecture
Architecture 3194
1-15 credit hours.
For group-based special studies in architecture within the frame of an instructor guided course.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions.

Independent Studies in Architecture
Architecture 4193
1-15 credit hours.
For students who wish to pursue special independent studies in architecture with the guidance of an advisor/instructor.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Research Methods
Architecture 4780H
3 credit hours.
Focuses on a broad scope of research methods and the development of architectural design and planning research techniques and skills. Honors section.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and major within the Knowlton School of Architecture. Not open to students with credit for 783H.

Group Studies in Architecture
Architecture 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
For group-based special studies in architecture within the frame of an instructor guided course. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions. 

Group Studies
Art 3194 
3 credit hours.
Group studies for students in specialized programs. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. 

Senior Seminar in Studio Art
Art 4950 
3 credit hours.
Presentations of studio work by students, faculty, and visiting artists. Accompanied by critical discussion emphasizing contemporary issues and selected readings. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 595. 

UG Scholarship Research/Creative Activity
Art 4998
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research or creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U. 

UG Scholarship Research/Creative Activity
Art 4998H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research or creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U. 

Honors Thesis Research
Art 4999H
1-3 credit hours.
Senior honors thesis. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U. 

Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice
Art Education 2367.01
3 credit hours.
A study of the artists, the artworks, and art worlds from diverse ethnic cultures in North America.
Prerequisites: English 110. Not open to students with credit for 367.01 or 367.01H. 
Not open to students with credit for 467. 
GEC: Writing and community level 2 and VPA and diversity, social diversity in the United States course.

Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice
Art Education 2367.01H
3 credit hours.
A study of the artists, the artworks, and art worlds from diverse ethnic cultures in North America.
Prerequisites: Honors standing and English 110. Not open to students with credit for 367.01 or 367.01H. 
Not open to students with credit for 467. 
GEC: Writing and community level 2 and VPA and diversity, social diversity in the United States course.

Managing Non-profit Arts Organizations: Balancing Continuity & Change
Arts Education 3681
3 credit hours.
Introduces the purposes of non-profit organizations and their functions such as governance, program planning, marketing, and fundraising; encourages critical thinking in managerial decision making through practical assignments. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 481.

Art & Curriculum Concepts for Teachers
Art Education 3900
2 credit hours.
Problems of teaching in terms of personal knowledge about art, insight into children's art work, and understanding of elementary school curriculum.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 600. Not open to art education teacher candidates. Admis Cond course. 

Pedagogies of Critical Multiculturalism in Teaching Visual Culture
Art Education 4000
3 credit hours.
Investigating the interrelationship of social and visual cultural issues and their impact on the curriculum and teaching practice. 
Prerequisites: Art Education Licensure students, or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 601 or 605. Admis Cond course.

Individual Studies
Art Education 4193
1-9 credit hours.
Individual studies and project work in specified problems in the field of art education.
Prerequisites: Written permission. Not open to students with credit for 493. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Art Education 4194
1-12 credit hours.
Group studies and project work in specified problems of the field of art education.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 12 completions. This course is graded S/U.

The City as Art
Art Education 4674
This course will examine the ways that cities throughout the world integrate arts and culture into their planning, as well as whether being a cultural city can build the brand, draw new residents and attract visitors. We will investigate cultural tourism, urban cultural policy and temporary built culture such as festivals and fairs. Team-taught w/ faculty in CRP. 
Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing. 
Not open to students with credit for CRP 4674. 
Cross-listed in City and Regional Planning.

Arts Policy & Administration Mentorships
Art Education 4786
1-9 credit hours.
Provides an opportunity to connect academic studies of nonprofit organizations, their missions, and their targeted audiences and stakeholders to everyday management practices.
Prerequisites: 4480 and 4481. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Creative Activity in Art Education: Undergraduate Scholarship
Art Education 4998
1-9 credit hours.
Undergraduate scholarship.
Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Art Education 4999
1-9 credit hours.
A program of reading and research arranged for each student, with individual conferences and reports and thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
Art Education 4999H
1-9 credit hours.
A program of reading and research arranged for each student, with individual conferences and reports and thesis.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 783H. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Reel Injuns: Identity and Representation
Art Education 5367
3 credit hours.
Introduces broad range of issues, theories, and practices of visual culture within the gaze of American Indians and how reaction to or rejection shapes indigenous identities, as well as non-Native understandings of American Indians. This course will explore action research practices, historical research methodologies, and critical readings.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 3367.

Organizational Leadership in the Nonprofit Arts
Art Education 5671 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Students will be assisted in enhancing their knowledge and ability to take responsible leadership roles in non-profit arts organizations and as a major constituent of public arts agencies. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 671.

Managing Cultural Policy Change
Art Education 5672 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Planning and executing strategic change in public arts agencies. Explores implications of shifting from a supply/demand to a value-based cultural policy paradigm.
Prerequisites: Not open to student with credit for 672.

International Cultural Relations
Art Education 5675 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Explores cultural exchange as a policy tool of international cultural engagement, nation branding, and cultural diplomacy. Also considers international festival and exhibitions, cultural trade, and international collaboration.

Nonprofit Arts Institution Governance and Board Leadership
Art Education 5682 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Research-based, practical exploration of nonprofit boards critically examines governance policies and practices; specifically focusing on management, board and staff relations and issues of accountability. Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 782.

Arts/Cultural Organizations: Resource Management & Revenue Streams
Art Education 5685 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
An analysis of current issues in resource management and revenue streams available to arts & cultural organizations, and its application to marketing and development practice.

Cultural Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Art Education 5708 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Research of program theory, design, and their application implementation.

Exploring Jamaican Arts and Culture
Art Education 5797.02 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focuses on arts and cultural practices in schools, colleges, museums, and cultural institutions in Jamaica. Students explore and analyze policies, practices, content, and pedagogies of the arts in Jamaica in comparison and contrast with our understandings of such in the United States.

Cultural Equity, Arts Policy & Advocacy in Puerto Rico
Arts Education 5798.02 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
This course is a special course of study for those interested in the impact & role of cultural arts in engaging issues of social justice within communities. Renowned community experts and scholars culturally grounded in the arts, public policy and advocacy will present and engage with students on best practices that have made positive and significant contributions to diverse communities.

Introduction to Quebec
Arts & Sciences 2798.04
3 credit hours.
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to the history and culture of Quebec with time spent in Montreal, Ottawa, and Quebec City. The course examines core institutions and traditions through lecture, discussion and experiential learning of the region's history, politics, literature, geography and science. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 
GEC education abroad course.

Individual Studies
Astronomy 2193
1-10 credit hours
Independent library or laboratory work on a special problem or topic in observational or theoretical astronomy.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Astronomy 2194
1-10 credit hours
Special studies not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Methods of Astronomical Observation and Data Analysis
Astronomy 3350
3 credit hours
Astronomical observational techniques and quantitative analysis of astronomical data; practical experience with modern astronomical instrumentation and computer-based reduction, analysis, and interpretation of astronomical data.
Prerequisites: 1162 (162), 1162H (162H), or 2292 (292), and Math 1152 (153), and Physics 1251 (133). Not open to students with credit for 350.
GEC: Data analysis course.

Individual Studies
Astronomy 4193
1-10 credit hours
Independent library or laboratory work on a special problem or topic in observational or theoretical astronomy.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Astronomy 4194
1-10 credit hours
Special studies not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Non-Thesis Research
Astronomy 4998
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research (non-thesis).
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Non-Thesis Research
Astronomy 4998H
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research (non-thesis).
Prerequisites: Honors standing and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Astronomy 4999
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research for thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 10 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Astronomy 4999H
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research for thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 10 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Managing Diversity
Business Management: Management & Human Resources 7335 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours.
Best practices and innovative ideas in managing diversity, the impact of diversity within and outside the organization, and how diversity creates value for an organization.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

Latino Urbanism and the Reinvention of the American City
City and Regional Planning 4461
3 credit hours.
Interdisciplinary course that examines a new trend of urbanism based on the urban experiences of Latinos and the study of this group's social, economic, and cultural impact on cities across the US. Taught in English. Team-taught course. 
Prerequisites: Completion of 2nd GE Writing course, and Junior or Senior standing; or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in Spanish.

Independent Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 6193 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
Study a specialized topic in City and Regional Planning with an instructor based on mutual interests. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 
Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 6194 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours
Group-based study of City and Regional Planning topics within the frame of an instructor guided course. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions.

Independent Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 8193 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
Study a specialized topic in City and Regional Planning with an instructor based on mutual interests. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Remote Sensing of Environment
Civil Engineering 5420 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
The energies of the natural and cultural environment, current remote sensing systems and case histories of applications in measuring the environment. 
Prerequisites: 2410 (400), or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 603 or 606

Language, Culture & Communication in Latino Health
Communication 2704
3 credit hours.
Examines how language, culture & communication shape the healthcare experiences of Latinos in the US. Considers the individual & social factors contributing to health inequalities and key theories & techniques for developing health communication interventions. Team taught with a faculty member in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for Spanish 2504. 
GEC diversity social diversity in the US course. Cross-listed in Spanish 2504.

Intercultural Communication
Communication 3668
3 credit hours.
An examination of the role of intercultural communication in organizational contexts and the attendant effects on the creation and transmission of cultural consciousness, knowledge, tradition, and practices. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 368.

Stereotypes in Media
Communication 4445
3 credit hours.
Expose students to the existence and impact of stereotypes in various forms of media. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 645.

Toward Cultural Proficiency
Community Leadership 3535
3 credit hours.
Learner effectiveness in multicultural, multiracial learning environments. Strategies for obtaining insight into learners from varied cultures. Theory will connect practice through service-learning using cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for AEE 594. 
GEC cultures and ideas and diversity, social diversity in the US course.

Introduction to American Indian Studies 
Comparative Studies 2323
3 credit hours.
Explores the legal, cultural, historic, and political foundations, experiences, and perspectives and futures of American Indians in the U.S.
Prerequisites: English 1110 or equiv.
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the US course.

Introduction to Comparative Cultural Studies
Comparative Studies 2360
3 credit hours.
Introduction to interdisciplinary field of cultural studies; emphasis on relation of cultural production to power, knowledge, and authority, globally and locally.Prerequisites: English 1110 or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 274.
GEC: Cultures and Ideas course.

Native American Identity
Comparative Studies 4822
3 credit hours
Historical and contemporary issues of American Indian identity, primarily in U.S.; focus on American Indian authors, artists, and scholars.
Prerequisites: English 1110 (110) or equiv.
Not open to students with credit for 542.

Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore I: The Philology of the Vernacular
Comparative Studies 6750.01 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to the canonical folklore genres and the history of folklore as a discipline. Why and how should we study the vernacular? 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 770.01, English 6751.01 (770.01), or 6751.11. Cross-listed in English 6751.01.

Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore II: Fieldwork and Ethnography of Communication
Comparative Studies 6750.02 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to fieldwork and ethnographic writing in the humanities - interviewing, participant observation, and research ethics. Focus on the ethnography of communication and community representations. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 770.02, 770.03, English 6751.02, 6751.22, 770.02, or 770.03. Cross-listed in English 6751.02.

Appearance, Dress, and Cultural Diversity
Consumer Sciences: Fashion and Retail Studies 2372
3 credit hours.
A cross-cultural study of the diversity and meaning of appearance and dress as manifestations of individual and group behavior, social organizations, and cultural norms. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for Consumer Sciences Fashion and Retail Studies 372. 
GEC: Social science Individuals and groups course.

Ethnographies of Dance and Performance
Dance 7409 (Graduate)
4 credit hours.
Reading and conducting ethnographic research in areas of dance and performance, including feminist and post-colonial approaches to Western, non-Western, and globalized forms. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. VSP Admis Cond course.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4998
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Honors Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4998H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate Honors research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Thesis Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4999
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Honors Thesis Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4999H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Remote Sensing in the Earth Sciences
Earth Science 4310
3 credit hours.
Acquisition, processing and analysis of satellite and airborne remote sensing data. Includes visible band to microwave (e.g., MODIS, LandSat, and SAR). Also includes geodetic measurements such as altimetry and gravity. 
Prerequisites: 1121, and Math 1141 or 1151 or above, and Physics 1250 or above. 

Individual Studies in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Earth Science 5193.14 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Special problems in any branch of remote sensing and GIS for which the student has the proper qualifications.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 30 completions with 5193 (693) and Geological Science 693. This course is graded S/U.

Equity and Diversity in Education
Education 5005 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focuses on issues of diversity, equity, teacher beliefs, and multicultural education. Emphasis is placed on the roles of identity and lived experience and its influences on approaches to teaching and learning in educational settings. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 815.

Reading Multicultural Literature Across Middle Childhood Curricula
Education 5225 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Engaging reading strategies for middle childhood students focusing on fiction and non-fiction that represents diverse cultures and develops understandings of content areas.

Multicultural and Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
Education 6808 (Graduate)
3-4 credit hours.
Examines knowledge, pedagogy, reforms, and resources that support education for cultural diversity and equity in an interconnected world.
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 881.

Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults 
Education: Teaching and Learning 7364 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focus on educational and interdisciplinary research concerned with selecting, analyzing, and discussing diverse children's and YA literature, created by historically marginalized authors and illustrators. Literature selections include the life experiences, histories, and fantastic visions representing LGBTQ, Native American, African American, Latinx, Asian American, and new immigrant experiences. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 864.

Diversity and Equity in Education 
Education: Teaching and Learning 8015 (Graduate)
4 credit hours.
Provides an overview of the pervasive individual, epistemological, structural, systemic, and institutional dimensions and complexities of equity, diversity and multiculturalism. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 976.
Grant Writing
Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs 5765 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Provides an overview of the grant writing process. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.

Interprofessional Education: Collaboration in Urban Communities
Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs 5880.04S (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Students, faculty, community residents and professionals offer research-based solutions to community identified challenges. Focus on community asset mapping, best professional and interprofessional practices, and teamwork. 
Prerequisites: Junior standing or above. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. Cross-listed in HthRhSc and Nursing.

Dissertation or Thesis Research: Cultural Foundations of Education
Educational Studies: Cultural Foundations of Education 8999 (Graduate)
1-18 credit hours.
Research for thesis or dissertation purposes. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Culture & Efficacy in Education
Educational Studies: Educational Administration 7883.01 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours.
The course will provide participants with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness and develop cultural competency as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. Particular emphasis will be placed on gaining self-awareness around issues of cultural diversity as well as expanding one's knowledge base in the area of diversity. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in BRIGHT MBA. Concur: 7883.02.

Culture & Efficacy In Education
Educational Studies: Educational Administration 7883.02 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours
The course will provide participants with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness and develop cultural competency as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. Particular emphasis will be placed on gaining self-awareness around issues of cultural diversity as well as expanding one's knowledge base in the area of diversity. 
Prerequisites: 7883.01, and enrollment in BRIGHT MBA.

Cultural Processes in Education
Educational Studies: Educational Policy 8209 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Examines the role of cultural processes in educational practices at school, after school, in the home, and on the job. Explores how culture, ethnicity, and power operate in formal and informal educational settings. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 909.

Online Learning Strategies and Skills
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1159
2 credit hours
Explores how to use the web for a successful college experience. Covers navigating online resources, communicating academic content, and enhancing learning via the web. This course has been peer reviewed and is officially recognized by Quality Matters as meeting the standards of a quality online course. For more information, visit www.qmprogram.org
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 159. 2 1259

Individual Learning and Motivation: Strategies for Success in College 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1259
3 credit hours
Teaches learning and motivation strategies to help students manage time, improve grades, and achieve college success. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 259. 3 1359 

Technology-Enhanced Learning Strategies 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1359
3 credit hours.
Imparts specific and general strategies for learning in college with special attention to technology and tools that enhance learning in individual and group settings. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 359. 3 2059 

Becoming a Self-Regulated Learner 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 2059
2 credit hours.
This course will build strategies and motivation to overcome recent academic challenges and prepare for success in the future. Main topics we will cover include self-regulation, active learning, studying, using resources, planning, goal setting, and time management. Our entire course is geared toward helping students become self-regulated learners.

Cultural Diversity
Educational Studies: School Psychology 7028 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Provide students with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPAES 728.

Special Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literatures
English 4581
3 credit hours.
Study of selected issues or forms in U.S. ethnic literatures and cultures. Topic varies. Examples: Native American autobiography, Asian American poetry; Latino/a novel.
Prerequisites: 10 quarter hours or 6 credit hours of English at 2000-3000 level, or permission of instructor. 5 quarter credit hours in 367 or 3 credit hours in 2367 in any subject is acceptable towards the 6 credit hours.
Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours for 581 or 6 semester credit hours for 4581. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Studies in American Indian Literature and Culture
English 4586
3 credit hours.
Focused study of a topic in American Indian literary and cultural studies.
Prerequisites: 1110 (110) or equivalent.
Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours of 586. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Studying the Margins: Language, Power, and Culture
English 4589
3 credit hours.
English 4589 will provide students a chance to hear the voices and study the cultural expressions of those groups that have been systematically underrepresented. Students will study the marginalization and oppression of particular groups in the context of historical, ideological and political forces, paying due attention to power relations within the nation-state. 
Prerequisites: 6 credit hours or 10 quarter hours of English at the 2000-3000 level. Additionally, 3 credit hours of 2367 or 5 quarter hours of 367 in any subject is acceptable toward the total hours; or permission of instructor.

Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture
English 6758.01 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to graduate study of representative literature and culture of a U.S. ethnic group, such as American-Indian, Jewish-American, Latino/a. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with 6 semester credit hours or 10 quarter credit hours for 6758.01 (758) or 6758.02. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture
English 6758.02 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to graduate study of representative literature and culture of a U.S. ethnic group, such as American-Indian, Jewish-American, Latino/a. 
Prerequisites:Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours or 6 semester credit hours for 6758.01 (758) or 6758.02. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U.

Management of Public Lands
Environment and Natural Resources 3600
2 credit hours.
Examination of parks and recreation concepts including development, rationale, and frameworks for park and recreation systems in the United States.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: 2100 (201) and 2300 (203), or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 340. 

Natural History of Ohio
Environment and Natural Resources 4610
3 credit hours.
Field course emphasizing inter-relationship among physical and biological factors in various ecological settings; field techniques and identification skills used for research papers. Sat. field trip.
Not open to students with credit for 510. 

Environment and Natural Resources Management
Environment and Natural Resources 4900.01
3 credit hours.
Integration of technical knowledge with social and institutional constraints as they relate to professions in ENR management. Required of ENR EPDM and ES majors.
Prerequisites: Senior standing in ENR, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 606.01. 

Local Peoples and International Conservation
Environment and Natural Resources 5480 (Undergraduate and Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Uses interdisciplinary thinking to explore the global environmental crises and the conflicts between indigenous/local peoples, conservationists, and policy makers regarding natural resource use. The course examines biodiversity conservation, protected areas, community based conservation, global inequities, environmental history and politics, and sustainable development.

Biodiversity of Ohio-Plants
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 2210
2 credit hours.
A lecture and field course in identifying common Ohio plants; emphasis on taxonomic principles, use of keys and manuals, and field recognition of plants; includes some Saturday field trips. 
Prerequisites: 4 semester credit hours in Biological Sciences. 
Not open to students with credit for 210. NS Admis Cond course.

Biodiversity of Ohio-Birds
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 2220
2 credit hours.
The general biology of birds with emphasis on their natural histories and field identification of local species. 
Prerequisites: 4 semester credit hours in Biological Sciences. 
Not open to students with credit for 322.

Focused Study of Ecology and Evolution-Plants and People
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4240
3 credit hours.
Overview of the importance of plants to humans. Students will gain an understanding of the interrelations between humans and plants, including plant domestication, history and uses of spices and flavorings derived from plants, as well as non-food uses of plants. 
Recommended prerequisite: previous or concurrent enrollment in EEOB 2210. 
Prerequisites: 1 course in Biological Sciences (Plant Biology Preferred). 
Not open to students with credit for 502.

Conservation Biology
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4410
3 credit hours.
Application of ecology, population genetics, and biogeography to the study and conservation of biodiversity, threatened communities, and endangered species. 
Prerequisites: 3310 and 3410, or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 661.

Ecological Methods 1
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4430
1-2 credit hours.
Hands-on course for learning basic field and quantitative methods for ecological studies. 
Prerequisites: 3410. Repeatable to a maximum of 8 cr hrs or 4 completions.

Introduction to Native American History
History 2070
3 credit hours.
History of Native Americans from pre-contact times to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 368.01.
GEC: Historical study credit. 

American Indian History of the U.S. Midwest
History 2071
3 credit hours.
Native American history in Great lakes and Ohio Valley regions from ancient times to the present, including moundbuilders, fur trade, removal, reservations, urbanization, contemporary issues. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity-Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Introduction to Native American Peoples from Mesoamerica
History 2110 
3 credit hours.
Introductory survey of the Native American peoples from Mesoamerica (contemporary Guatemala, Honduras, Southern Mexico) from pre-colonial times to the present. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 322.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity Global Studies course.

Introduction to Native American Peoples of the Andes
History 2111
3 credit hours.
Introductory survey of the Native American peoples of the Andes from the Pre-Columbian period to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 368.02.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Women and Gender in Latin America
History 2115
3 credit hours.
Women, gender relations, reproductive rights, and women's response to the impact of religion and the state in Latin America from the Conquest to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 533.06.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Revolutions and Social Movements in Modern Latin America
History 2120
3 credit hours.
Latin American history from independence (1825) to the present focusing on revolutions, dictatorships, labor, political and social movements, women, and indigenous populations. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study course and Diversity Global Studies course.

The History of Latin America Through Film
History 2125
3 credit hours.
Latin American history from pre-colonial era to the present as depicted in film, including the analysis of colonialism, revolutions, society, women, and current events. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study course and Diversity Global Studies course. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750 
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322.
GEC: Historical Study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750E
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322, 322H, or WGSSt 2750H (332H).
GEC: Historical study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750H
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322, 322H, or WGSSt 3322H. Cross listed in WGSSt 3322H.
GEC: Historical study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Colonial North America to 1763
History 3010
3 credit hours.
The history of colonial and native societies in North America from first contacts to the eve of the imperial crisis.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1100.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 556.
GEC: Historical Study course. 

History of Ohio
History 3030
3 credit hours.
Survey of economic, social, political development of the geographical area that became Ohio from Native Americans to present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 310.
GEC: Historical Study credit. 

Native American History from European Contact to Removal, 1560-1820.
History 3070
3 credit hours.
Major issues and events in Native American history from before the European invasion and colonization through the early 1820's.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 568.01.
GEC: Historical Study Credit. 

Native American History from Removal to the Present
History 3071
3 credit hours.
Covers major events in American Indian history from 1820's to present, including removal, reservations, cultural adaptation, federal policies, self-determination, activism, and contemporary issues.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 568.02.
GEC: Historical Study credit.

Colonial Latin America
History 3100
3 credit hours.
Maya, Aztec, and Incan Empires; the Spanish and Portuguese conquests and the transplanting of Iberian institutions; the Baroque period; the Bourbon Century and the Enlightenment.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1100.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 533.01.
GEC: Historical Study course. 


History of Mexico
History 3106
3 credit hours.
History of Mexico during precolonial, colonial, and independence periods with emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 534.03.
GEC historical study and diversity global studies course. 

Individual Studies
History 3193.01
1-6 credit hours.
Individual study in some field of historical development; designed to allow the student to work on a problem of particular interest.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx and any History 2000-level course, and permission of instructor.

Individual Studies
History 3193.02
1-6 credit hours.
Individual study in some field of historical development; designed to allow the student to work on a problem of particular interest.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx and any History 2000-level course, and permission of instructor. This course is graded S/U.

Upper-Level Undergraduate Group Studies
History 3194
3 credit hours.
The investigation of particular problems in various fields of history.
Prerequisites or concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours.

Wars of Empire
History 3590
3 credit hours.
This course investigates the means, methods, challenges, and results of military encounters between modern imperial powers and indigenous forces they met on the battlefield.
Prerequisites or concurrent: English 1110.xx or equivalent, and coursework in History at the 2000 level, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 381.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Introduction to American Indigenous Languages
Linguistics 3501
3 credit hours.
An introduction to indigenous languages of the Americas and their speakers: e.g. history of settlement, language families, linguistic properties, bilingual education, language policies and attitudes.
Prerequisites: English 1110.01 (110.01), 1110.02 (110.02), or 1110.03 (110.03) or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Linguistics 303 or AfAmASt 303. 
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the United States course.

Native American Religions
Religious Studies 3672
3 credit hours.
Comparative survey of indigenous religions of North America; patterns and diversity in religious experience, cosmologies, myths, rituals, social organizations, and sacred roles. 2370 (270) recommended.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx (110.xx), or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 3672 (322) or Religious Studies 322. 

Religions of Mesoamerica
Religious Studies 3675
3 credit hours.
Examines Mesoamerican (Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras) indigenous and ancient religions, including effects of European colonialism. 2370 (270) recommended.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx (110.xx), or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 3675. 

Comparative Sacred Architecture
Religious Studies 4876
3 credit hours.
Examination of religious architecture in different cultural and historical contexts; emphasis on variety of ways in which buildings and monuments participate in religious ritual and ceremony.
Prerequisites: One course in Comparative Studies, Religious Studies, or Graduate standing; or permission of instructor.

Myth and Ritual
Religious Studies 4877
3 credit hours.
Ritual, myth, and literature: structural and thematic relationships.
Prerequisites: One course in Comparative Studies, Religious Studies, or Graduate standing; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 4877 (541).

Globalization in the Mayan Country. History, Culture, Tourism, and the Environment in the Yucatan
Spanish 2798.12
3 credit hours.
The Yucatan offers a unique scenario in the Americas in which relevant issues of socioeconomic development; preservation of archaeological or historical sites; protection of the environment; re-invigoration of Indigenous culture, & emergence of alternative models of tourism can be studied altogether. The program will offer a comparative framework for a diversity of academic projects or interests. 
GEC Education Abroad course.

Indigenous, Colonial, & National Literatures and Cultures of Spanish America
Spanish 4555
3 credit hours.
Introductory critical study of issues and processes in the formation of indigenous, colonial, and national expression through 19th century regional discourses. 
Prerequisites: A grade of C- or above in 3450 (450) or 3450H (450H). 
Not open to students with credit for 555. FL Admis Cond course.

Indigenous, Colonial, & National Literatures and Cultures of Spanish America
Spanish 4555E
3 credit hours.
Introductory critical study of issues and processes in the formation of indigenous, colonial, and national expression through 19th century regional discourses. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing; and a grade of C- or above in 3450H; and GPA 3.4 or above. 
Not open to students with credit for 555E. FL Admis Cond course.

Latin American Indigenous Literatures and Cultures 
Spanish 4565H
3 credit hours.
Introduction to continuities and transformations that link Latin American colonial indigenous texts with contemporary cultural expression. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing; and a grade of C- or above in 3450H; and GPA 3.4 or above. 
Not open to students with credit for 565H. FL Admis Cond course.

AmerIndian Languages & Cultures (Study Abroad) 
Spanish 5501.10 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-9 credit hours
AmerIndian languages and cultures (e.g., Guarani, Aymara) offered in study abroad programs. May count toward UG Spanish or Portuguese major/minor by petition. Graduate students must consult with their Program Advisor and complete any documentation required by their program of enrollment. Course may be taught in Target Language, Spanish or English. 
Prerequisites: Permission of department. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 4 completions. 

AmerIndian Languages & Cultures (Domestic) 
Spanish 5501.20 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-9 credit hours.
Amerindian languages and cultures (e.g., Guarani, Aymara) offered through OSU or another domestic institution. May count toward the UG Spanish or Portuguese major/minor by petition. Graduate students must consult with their Program Advisor and complete any documentation required by their program of enrollment. Course may be taught in Target Language, Spanish or English. Prereq: Permission of department. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 4 completions.

Mapping Indigenous, Colonial, and 19th-Century Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 7450 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Study of significant socio-cultural moments, issues, problematics, and concepts in Latin American literatures and cultures from the pre-colonial to the national period. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor.

Studies in Indigenous and Colonial Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 7550 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
In-depth study of a major topic or problem in indigenous and colonial Latin American literatures and cultures. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs.

Seminar in Indigenous and Colonial Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 8550 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Detailed exploration of advanced issues in indigenous and colonial Latin American literatures and cultures. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs. 

American Voices
Theatre 5771.04 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced study of a focused theatre history topic such as African American, Latino/a, Asian American, Native American, women playwrights, and gay and lesbian theatre.

Autumn Session 2018
Introduction to Women and Gender in the U.S.
History 2610
Dr. Lucy Murphy
T/H 9:35-10:55 AM
Course Number 34045
3 credit hours.
Survey of women and gender from pre-European settlement to present, with particular attention to differences among women.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 325.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity, Social Diversity in the U.S. credit.
Limit of 40 students.
Contact Dr. Murphy, murphy.500@osu.edu, for more information.

Studies in Women's and Gender History | Midwestern U.S. Women's History
History 3600
Dr. Lucy Murphy
T/H 9:35-10:55 AM
Course Number 35724
3 credit hours.
In-depth analysis of selected topics in American, European, and/or Third World women's history; topic varies by semester. 
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs. GEC historical study course.
Contact Dr. Murphy, murphy.500@osu.edu, for more information.

Readings in Women's and Gender History | Midwestern U.S. Women's History
History 4600
Dr. Lucy Murphy
T/H 9:35-10:55 AM
Course Number 35725
3 credit hours.
Advanced readings on selected topics in Women's/Gender History. 
Prerequisite or concurrent: Any 3000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.

Undergraduate Research
American Indian Studies 4998
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics related to American Indian Studies. Student-initiated projects.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Research in American Indian Studies Honors
American Indian Studies 4998H
1-4 credit hours.
Undergraduate honors student research or creative project in variable topics related to American Indian Studies.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Research: Thesis
American Indian Studies 4999
1-4 credit hours.
A program of reading arranged for each student, with individual conferences, reports, paper and/or thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
American Indian Studies 4999H
1-4 credit hours.
A program of reading, research, writing, and or creative work arranged for each student, with individual conferences, progress reports, and honors thesis.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Internship
American Indian Studies 5191 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Workplace experience requiring writing and/or research.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies
American Indian Studies 5193 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Individual directed study for work not typically offered in courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
American Indian Studies 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Directed group study for a topic not offered in regular courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

American Indian Studies Workshop
American Indian Studies 5700 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Structured participation in seminar or event organized for that semester. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Prehistoric Indians of the Ohio Valley
Anthropology 3350
3 credit hours.
The Archaeology and cultural history of the Ohio Valley from the first human settlement to European colonization, emphasizing the Adena, Hopewell, and Fort Ancient traditions.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201) or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 350.

Latin American Cultures and Migration in Global Perspective
Anthropology 3419
3 credit hours.
An intensive ethnographic investigation of Latin American and Caribbean migration (Mexico, Ecuador, The Dominican Republic) including the history of migration; contemporary movement; and transnationalism.
GEC: Social Science Organization and Polities Credit.

Indians of North America
Anthropology 3420
3 credit hours.
Development of culture change in North American Indians.
Not open to students with credit for 421.08. 
GEC: Social Science Individuals and Groups Credit.


Archaeology of the Pacific Islands
Anthropology 3452
3 credit hours.
Introduces the prehistory of the Pacific Islands from an archaeological perspective. It emphasizes voyaging, colonization, and the emergence of cultural complexity.

Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit or 452.

Archaeology of North America
Anthropology 3554
3 credit hours.
Detailed survey of Native American prehistory. Survey of the archaeology and cultural history of North America.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201). 
Not open to students with credit for 553.02.

New World Prehistory: Ancient Maya Civilization
Anthropology 3555
3 credit hours.
Detailed survey of Native American prehistory: recent archaeological and epigraphic discoveries and examines the ancient Maya civilization of Mesoamerica.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201).
Not open to students with credit for 553.04.


History of Anthropological Theory
Anthropology 4525
3 credit hours.
Major theoretical viewpoints in anthropology seen in their historical context.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of the instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 525 or 3525.

Undergraduate Research in Anthropology
Anthropology 4998
1-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 15 completions. This course is graded S/U.


Undergraduate Research in Anthropology-Honors
Anthropology 4998H
1-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate research in variable topics.

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 15 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Thesis Research
Anthropology 4999
2-6 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
Anthropology 4999H
2-6 credit hours.
Honors thesis research.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and a grade of A in at least half of Anthropology courses taken, and an average of B in the remainder, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies: Theory
Anthropology 5193.01 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-80 credit hours.
Theory.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Individual Studies: Prehistory
Anthropology 5193.05 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-99 credit hours.
Prehistory.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.


Individual Studies: Ethnography
Anthropology 5193.06 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-99 credit hours.
Ethnography


Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Anthropology 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-12 credit hours.
Designed to give groups of students an opportunity to pursue special studies in topics not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable.

Strategy of Archaeological Field Research
Anthropology 5603 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Detailed examination of select topics concerning the recovery and analysis of archaeological data. Design of archaeological data recovery programs and their implementation through survey, excavation, and other methods.
Prerequisites: 3401 (401).
Not open to students with credit for 602.01.

Who Owns the Past?
Anthropology 5606 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Examines key ethical and epistemological issues in archaeology, including changing cultural politics.
Prerequisites: 2201 (201) and 3401 (401).
Not open to students with credit for 602.04.


Ethnobotany
Anthropology 5614 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to the anthropological study of human interactions with the plant world.
Prerequisites: A course in Anthropology or Plant Biology at the 2000 level or above, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 610.


Hunters and Gatherers
Anthropology 5620 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Overview of anthropological studies of people who subsist primarily by hunting and gathering wild food.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.

Not open to students with credit for 620.01.


The Anthropology of Food: Culture, Society and Eating
Anthropology 5624 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Explores food traditions, global expansion of foods and the production/exchange of food in culture and society.
Prerequisites: 2200 (200), 2201 (201), or 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.


Not open to students with credit for 620.08.


Anthropology of Religion
Anthropology 5625 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
World views of tribal and peasant cultures with an emphasis on religion; integration of religion with other aspects of culture.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) or equivalent, or permission of instructor.



Not open to students with credit for 620.11.


More: Culture and Economic Life
Anthropology 5626 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
An analysis of economic rationality in non-market and market societies; resource allocation, work organization, product disposition, exchange, money, trade, and development.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) or equivalent, or permission of instructor.



Not open to students with credit for 620.15.

Language and Culture in Education
Anthropology 5630 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Examination of the problems of educating children of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds in the U.S. school system.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202) and equivalent, or graduate standing.

Not open to students with credit for 630.

Research Design and Ethnographic Methods
Anthropology 5650 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Students learn to study anthropological problems through hands on experience with ethnographic methods, critical discussion of issues in ethnographic research and design of an ethnographic study.
Prerequisites: 2202 (202), or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 650.


The Archaeology of Complex Societies
Anthropology 7803 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced theoretical and comparative study of the rise and fall of complex societies in antiquity in the Old and New Worlds.
Prerequisites: Admission to Graduate program.



Not open to students with credit for 801.03.

Individual Studies: Prehistory
Anthropology 8193.05 (Graduate)
1-27 credit hours.
Prehistory.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. 
This course is graded S/U.

Seminars in Prehistory: Landscape in Anthropology
Anthropology 8893.05 (Graduate)
2-12 credit hours.
Landscape in anthropology.
Repeatable to a maximum of 27 credit hours or 14 completions.

Seminars in Prehistory: Paleodiet
Anthropology 8893.06 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced survey of current archaeological research on past human diet, with emphasis on methods. Provides graduate-level advanced study of human diet as revealed through the archaeological record.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 830.06.

Research in Anthropology: Dissertation
Anthropology 8999 (Graduate)
1-80 credits.
Research for dissertation purposes only. Repeatable. 
This course is graded S/U.

Homes and Houses: Where We Live
Architecture 3192
3 credit hours.
Introduction to architecture as an artistic practice through exploration of the way we design, build, and occupy houses. Historical survey of both everyday and refined dwellings, focusing on twentieth century North American architects and houses will challenge accepted norms of home design and how those have evolved. The impact of "high" design on the everyday will be a theme.
GEC VPA course.

Group Studies in Architecture
Architecture 3194
1-15 credit hours.
For group-based special studies in architecture within the frame of an instructor guided course.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions.

Independent Studies in Architecture
Architecture 4193
1-15 credit hours.
For students who wish to pursue special independent studies in architecture with the guidance of an advisor/instructor.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Undergraduate Research Methods
Architecture 4780H
3 credit hours.
Focuses on a broad scope of research methods and the development of architectural design and planning research techniques and skills. Honors section.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and major within the Knowlton School of Architecture. Not open to students with credit for 783H.

Group Studies in Architecture
Architecture 5194 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
For group-based special studies in architecture within the frame of an instructor guided course. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 credit hours or 5 completions. 

Group Studies
Art 3194 
3 credit hours.
Group studies for students in specialized programs. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. 

Senior Seminar in Studio Art
Art 4950 
3 credit hours.
Presentations of studio work by students, faculty, and visiting artists. Accompanied by critical discussion emphasizing contemporary issues and selected readings. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 595. 

UG Scholarship Research/Creative Activity
Art 4998
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research or creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U. 

UG Scholarship Research/Creative Activity
Art 4998H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research or creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U. 

Honors Thesis Research
Art 4999H
1-3 credit hours.
Senior honors thesis. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U. 

Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice
Art Education 2367.01
3 credit hours.
A study of the artists, the artworks, and art worlds from diverse ethnic cultures in North America.
Prerequisites: English 110. Not open to students with credit for 367.01 or 367.01H. 
Not open to students with credit for 467. 
GEC: Writing and community level 2 and VPA and diversity, social diversity in the United States course.

Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity & Social Justice
Art Education 2367.01H
3 credit hours.
A study of the artists, the artworks, and art worlds from diverse ethnic cultures in North America.
Prerequisites: Honors standing and English 110. Not open to students with credit for 367.01 or 367.01H. 
Not open to students with credit for 467. 
GEC: Writing and community level 2 and VPA and diversity, social diversity in the United States course.

Managing Non-profit Arts Organizations: Balancing Continuity & Change
Arts Education 3681
3 credit hours.
Introduces the purposes of non-profit organizations and their functions such as governance, program planning, marketing, and fundraising; encourages critical thinking in managerial decision making through practical assignments. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 481.

Art & Curriculum Concepts for Teachers
Art Education 3900
2 credit hours.
Problems of teaching in terms of personal knowledge about art, insight into children's art work, and understanding of elementary school curriculum.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 600. Not open to art education teacher candidates. Admis Cond course. 

Pedagogies of Critical Multiculturalism in Teaching Visual Culture
Art Education 4000
3 credit hours.
Investigating the interrelationship of social and visual cultural issues and their impact on the curriculum and teaching practice. 
Prerequisites: Art Education Licensure students, or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 601 or 605. Admis Cond course.

Individual Studies
Art Education 4193
1-9 credit hours.
Individual studies and project work in specified problems in the field of art education.
Prerequisites: Written permission. Not open to students with credit for 493. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Art Education 4194
1-12 credit hours.
Group studies and project work in specified problems of the field of art education.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours or 12 completions. This course is graded S/U.

The City as Art
Art Education 4674
This course will examine the ways that cities throughout the world integrate arts and culture into their planning, as well as whether being a cultural city can build the brand, draw new residents and attract visitors. We will investigate cultural tourism, urban cultural policy and temporary built culture such as festivals and fairs. Team-taught w/ faculty in CRP. 
Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing. 
Not open to students with credit for CRP 4674. 
Cross-listed in City and Regional Planning.

Arts Policy & Administration Mentorships
Art Education 4786
1-9 credit hours.
Provides an opportunity to connect academic studies of nonprofit organizations, their missions, and their targeted audiences and stakeholders to everyday management practices.
Prerequisites: 4480 and 4481. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Creative Activity in Art Education: Undergraduate Scholarship
Art Education 4998
1-9 credit hours.
Undergraduate scholarship.
Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Art Education 4999
1-9 credit hours.
A program of reading and research arranged for each student, with individual conferences and reports and thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Thesis Research
Art Education 4999H
1-9 credit hours.
A program of reading and research arranged for each student, with individual conferences and reports and thesis.
Prerequisites: Honors standing, and permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 783H. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Reel Injuns: Identity and Representation
Art Education 5367
3 credit hours.
Introduces broad range of issues, theories, and practices of visual culture within the gaze of American Indians and how reaction to or rejection shapes indigenous identities, as well as non-Native understandings of American Indians. This course will explore action research practices, historical research methodologies, and critical readings.
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 3367.

Organizational Leadership in the Nonprofit Arts
Art Education 5671 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
Students will be assisted in enhancing their knowledge and ability to take responsible leadership roles in non-profit arts organizations and as a major constituent of public arts agencies. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 671.

Managing Cultural Policy Change
Art Education 5672 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Planning and executing strategic change in public arts agencies. Explores implications of shifting from a supply/demand to a value-based cultural policy paradigm.
Prerequisites: Not open to student with credit for 672.

International Cultural Relations
Art Education 5675 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Explores cultural exchange as a policy tool of international cultural engagement, nation branding, and cultural diplomacy. Also considers international festival and exhibitions, cultural trade, and international collaboration.

Nonprofit Arts Institution Governance and Board Leadership
Art Education 5682 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Research-based, practical exploration of nonprofit boards critically examines governance policies and practices; specifically focusing on management, board and staff relations and issues of accountability. Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 782.

Arts/Cultural Organizations: Resource Management & Revenue Streams
Art Education 5685 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
An analysis of current issues in resource management and revenue streams available to arts & cultural organizations, and its application to marketing and development practice.

Cultural Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Art Education 5708 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Research of program theory, design, and their application implementation.

Exploring Jamaican Arts and Culture
Art Education 5797.02 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focuses on arts and cultural practices in schools, colleges, museums, and cultural institutions in Jamaica. Students explore and analyze policies, practices, content, and pedagogies of the arts in Jamaica in comparison and contrast with our understandings of such in the United States.

Cultural Equity, Arts Policy & Advocacy in Puerto Rico
Arts Education 5798.02 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
This course is a special course of study for those interested in the impact & role of cultural arts in engaging issues of social justice within communities. Renowned community experts and scholars culturally grounded in the arts, public policy and advocacy will present and engage with students on best practices that have made positive and significant contributions to diverse communities.

Introduction to Quebec
Arts & Sciences 2798.04
3 credit hours.
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to the history and culture of Quebec with time spent in Montreal, Ottawa, and Quebec City. The course examines core institutions and traditions through lecture, discussion and experiential learning of the region's history, politics, literature, geography and science. 
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 
GEC education abroad course.

Individual Studies
Astronomy 2193
1-10 credit hours
Independent library or laboratory work on a special problem or topic in observational or theoretical astronomy.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Astronomy 2194
1-10 credit hours
Special studies not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Methods of Astronomical Observation and Data Analysis
Astronomy 3350
3 credit hours
Astronomical observational techniques and quantitative analysis of astronomical data; practical experience with modern astronomical instrumentation and computer-based reduction, analysis, and interpretation of astronomical data.
Prerequisites: 1162 (162), 1162H (162H), or 2292 (292), and Math 1152 (153), and Physics 1251 (133). Not open to students with credit for 350.
GEC: Data analysis course.

Individual Studies
Astronomy 4193
1-10 credit hours
Independent library or laboratory work on a special problem or topic in observational or theoretical astronomy.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies
Astronomy 4194
1-10 credit hours
Special studies not otherwise offered.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 credit hours or 2 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Non-Thesis Research
Astronomy 4998
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research (non-thesis).
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Honors Non-Thesis Research
Astronomy 4998H
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research (non-thesis).
Prerequisites: Honors standing and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 4 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Astronomy 4999
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research for thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 10 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Thesis Research
Astronomy 4999H
1-10 credit hours
Directed undergraduate research for thesis.
Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 10 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Managing Diversity
Business Management: Management & Human Resources 7335 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours.
Best practices and innovative ideas in managing diversity, the impact of diversity within and outside the organization, and how diversity creates value for an organization.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

Latino Urbanism and the Reinvention of the American City
City and Regional Planning 4461
3 credit hours.
Interdisciplinary course that examines a new trend of urbanism based on the urban experiences of Latinos and the study of this group's social, economic, and cultural impact on cities across the US. Taught in English. Team-taught course. 
Prerequisites: Completion of 2nd GE Writing course, and Junior or Senior standing; or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in Spanish.

Independent Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 6193 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
Study a specialized topic in City and Regional Planning with an instructor based on mutual interests. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 
Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Group Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 6194 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours
Group-based study of City and Regional Planning topics within the frame of an instructor guided course. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions.

Independent Studies in City and Regional Planning
City and Regional Planning 8193 (Graduate)
1-15 credit hours.
Study a specialized topic in City and Regional Planning with an instructor based on mutual interests. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 5 completions. This course is graded S/U.

Remote Sensing of Environment
Civil Engineering 5420 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
The energies of the natural and cultural environment, current remote sensing systems and case histories of applications in measuring the environment. 
Prerequisites: 2410 (400), or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 603 or 606

Language, Culture & Communication in Latino Health
Communication 2704
3 credit hours.
Examines how language, culture & communication shape the healthcare experiences of Latinos in the US. Considers the individual & social factors contributing to health inequalities and key theories & techniques for developing health communication interventions. Team taught with a faculty member in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for Spanish 2504. 
GEC diversity social diversity in the US course. Cross-listed in Spanish 2504.

Intercultural Communication
Communication 3668
3 credit hours.
An examination of the role of intercultural communication in organizational contexts and the attendant effects on the creation and transmission of cultural consciousness, knowledge, tradition, and practices. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 368.

Stereotypes in Media
Communication 4445
3 credit hours.
Expose students to the existence and impact of stereotypes in various forms of media. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for 645.

Toward Cultural Proficiency
Community Leadership 3535
3 credit hours.
Learner effectiveness in multicultural, multiracial learning environments. Strategies for obtaining insight into learners from varied cultures. Theory will connect practice through service-learning using cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for AEE 594. 
GEC cultures and ideas and diversity, social diversity in the US course.

Introduction to American Indian Studies 
Comparative Studies 2323
3 credit hours.
Explores the legal, cultural, historic, and political foundations, experiences, and perspectives and futures of American Indians in the U.S.
Prerequisites: English 1110 or equiv.
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the US course.

Introduction to Comparative Cultural Studies
Comparative Studies 2360
3 credit hours.
Introduction to interdisciplinary field of cultural studies; emphasis on relation of cultural production to power, knowledge, and authority, globally and locally.Prerequisites: English 1110 or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 274.
GEC: Cultures and Ideas course.

Native American Identity
Comparative Studies 4822
3 credit hours
Historical and contemporary issues of American Indian identity, primarily in U.S.; focus on American Indian authors, artists, and scholars.
Prerequisites: English 1110 (110) or equiv.
Not open to students with credit for 542.

Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore I: The Philology of the Vernacular
Comparative Studies 6750.01 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to the canonical folklore genres and the history of folklore as a discipline. Why and how should we study the vernacular? 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 770.01, English 6751.01 (770.01), or 6751.11. Cross-listed in English 6751.01.

Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore II: Fieldwork and Ethnography of Communication
Comparative Studies 6750.02 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to fieldwork and ethnographic writing in the humanities - interviewing, participant observation, and research ethics. Focus on the ethnography of communication and community representations. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 770.02, 770.03, English 6751.02, 6751.22, 770.02, or 770.03. Cross-listed in English 6751.02.

Appearance, Dress, and Cultural Diversity
Consumer Sciences: Fashion and Retail Studies 2372
3 credit hours.
A cross-cultural study of the diversity and meaning of appearance and dress as manifestations of individual and group behavior, social organizations, and cultural norms. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for Consumer Sciences Fashion and Retail Studies 372. 
GEC: Social science Individuals and groups course.

Ethnographies of Dance and Performance
Dance 7409 (Graduate)
4 credit hours.
Reading and conducting ethnographic research in areas of dance and performance, including feminist and post-colonial approaches to Western, non-Western, and globalized forms. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. VSP Admis Cond course.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4998
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Honors Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4998H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate Honors research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Thesis Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4999
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Undergraduate Scholarship: Honors Thesis Research and Creative Activity in Design
Design 4999H
3 credit hours.
Undergraduate thesis research and creative activities in varying topics. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in Design major, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 699.

Remote Sensing in the Earth Sciences
Earth Science 4310
3 credit hours.
Acquisition, processing and analysis of satellite and airborne remote sensing data. Includes visible band to microwave (e.g., MODIS, LandSat, and SAR). Also includes geodetic measurements such as altimetry and gravity. 
Prerequisites: 1121, and Math 1141 or 1151 or above, and Physics 1250 or above. 

Individual Studies in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Earth Science 5193.14 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-3 credit hours.
Special problems in any branch of remote sensing and GIS for which the student has the proper qualifications.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 30 credit hours or 30 completions with 5193 (693) and Geological Science 693. This course is graded S/U.

Equity and Diversity in Education
Education 5005 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focuses on issues of diversity, equity, teacher beliefs, and multicultural education. Emphasis is placed on the roles of identity and lived experience and its influences on approaches to teaching and learning in educational settings. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 815.

Reading Multicultural Literature Across Middle Childhood Curricula
Education 5225 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Engaging reading strategies for middle childhood students focusing on fiction and non-fiction that represents diverse cultures and develops understandings of content areas.

Multicultural and Global Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
Education 6808 (Graduate)
3-4 credit hours.
Examines knowledge, pedagogy, reforms, and resources that support education for cultural diversity and equity in an interconnected world.
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 881.

Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults 
Education: Teaching and Learning 7364 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Focus on educational and interdisciplinary research concerned with selecting, analyzing, and discussing diverse children's and YA literature, created by historically marginalized authors and illustrators. Literature selections include the life experiences, histories, and fantastic visions representing LGBTQ, Native American, African American, Latinx, Asian American, and new immigrant experiences. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 864.

Diversity and Equity in Education 
Education: Teaching and Learning 8015 (Graduate)
4 credit hours.
Provides an overview of the pervasive individual, epistemological, structural, systemic, and institutional dimensions and complexities of equity, diversity and multiculturalism. 
Prerequisite: Not open to students with credit for 976.
Grant Writing
Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs 5765 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Provides an overview of the grant writing process. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.

Interprofessional Education: Collaboration in Urban Communities
Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs 5880.04S (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Students, faculty, community residents and professionals offer research-based solutions to community identified challenges. Focus on community asset mapping, best professional and interprofessional practices, and teamwork. 
Prerequisites: Junior standing or above. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs. Cross-listed in HthRhSc and Nursing.

Dissertation or Thesis Research: Cultural Foundations of Education
Educational Studies: Cultural Foundations of Education 8999 (Graduate)
1-18 credit hours.
Research for thesis or dissertation purposes. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U.

Culture & Efficacy in Education
Educational Studies: Educational Administration 7883.01 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours.
The course will provide participants with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness and develop cultural competency as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. Particular emphasis will be placed on gaining self-awareness around issues of cultural diversity as well as expanding one's knowledge base in the area of diversity. 
Prerequisites: Enrollment in BRIGHT MBA. Concur: 7883.02.

Culture & Efficacy In Education
Educational Studies: Educational Administration 7883.02 (Graduate)
1.5 credit hours
The course will provide participants with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness and develop cultural competency as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. Particular emphasis will be placed on gaining self-awareness around issues of cultural diversity as well as expanding one's knowledge base in the area of diversity. 
Prerequisites: 7883.01, and enrollment in BRIGHT MBA.

Cultural Processes in Education
Educational Studies: Educational Policy 8209 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Examines the role of cultural processes in educational practices at school, after school, in the home, and on the job. Explores how culture, ethnicity, and power operate in formal and informal educational settings. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 909.

Online Learning Strategies and Skills
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1159
2 credit hours
Explores how to use the web for a successful college experience. Covers navigating online resources, communicating academic content, and enhancing learning via the web. This course has been peer reviewed and is officially recognized by Quality Matters as meeting the standards of a quality online course. For more information, visit www.qmprogram.org
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 159. 2 1259

Individual Learning and Motivation: Strategies for Success in College 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1259
3 credit hours
Teaches learning and motivation strategies to help students manage time, improve grades, and achieve college success. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 259. 3 1359 

Technology-Enhanced Learning Strategies 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 1359
3 credit hours.
Imparts specific and general strategies for learning in college with special attention to technology and tools that enhance learning in individual and group settings. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 359. 3 2059 

Becoming a Self-Regulated Learner 
Educational Studies: Educational Psychology 2059
2 credit hours.
This course will build strategies and motivation to overcome recent academic challenges and prepare for success in the future. Main topics we will cover include self-regulation, active learning, studying, using resources, planning, goal setting, and time management. Our entire course is geared toward helping students become self-regulated learners.

Cultural Diversity
Educational Studies: School Psychology 7028 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Provide students with the opportunity to develop a multicultural awareness as they explore the impact of an increasingly diverse society in the United States. 
Prerequisites: Not open to students with credit for EduPAES 728.

Special Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literatures
English 4581
3 credit hours.
Study of selected issues or forms in U.S. ethnic literatures and cultures. Topic varies. Examples: Native American autobiography, Asian American poetry; Latino/a novel.
Prerequisites: 10 quarter hours or 6 credit hours of English at 2000-3000 level, or permission of instructor. 5 quarter credit hours in 367 or 3 credit hours in 2367 in any subject is acceptable towards the 6 credit hours.
Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours for 581 or 6 semester credit hours for 4581. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Studies in American Indian Literature and Culture
English 4586
3 credit hours.
Focused study of a topic in American Indian literary and cultural studies.
Prerequisites: 1110 (110) or equivalent.
Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours of 586. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Studying the Margins: Language, Power, and Culture
English 4589
3 credit hours.
English 4589 will provide students a chance to hear the voices and study the cultural expressions of those groups that have been systematically underrepresented. Students will study the marginalization and oppression of particular groups in the context of historical, ideological and political forces, paying due attention to power relations within the nation-state. 
Prerequisites: 6 credit hours or 10 quarter hours of English at the 2000-3000 level. Additionally, 3 credit hours of 2367 or 5 quarter hours of 367 in any subject is acceptable toward the total hours; or permission of instructor.

Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture
English 6758.01 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to graduate study of representative literature and culture of a U.S. ethnic group, such as American-Indian, Jewish-American, Latino/a. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with 6 semester credit hours or 10 quarter credit hours for 6758.01 (758) or 6758.02. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture
English 6758.02 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Introduction to graduate study of representative literature and culture of a U.S. ethnic group, such as American-Indian, Jewish-American, Latino/a. 
Prerequisites:Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with 10 quarter credit hours or 6 semester credit hours for 6758.01 (758) or 6758.02. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours. This course is graded S/U.

Management of Public Lands
Environment and Natural Resources 3600
2 credit hours.
Examination of parks and recreation concepts including development, rationale, and frameworks for park and recreation systems in the United States.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: 2100 (201) and 2300 (203), or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 340. 

Natural History of Ohio
Environment and Natural Resources 4610
3 credit hours.
Field course emphasizing inter-relationship among physical and biological factors in various ecological settings; field techniques and identification skills used for research papers. Sat. field trip.
Not open to students with credit for 510. 

Environment and Natural Resources Management
Environment and Natural Resources 4900.01
3 credit hours.
Integration of technical knowledge with social and institutional constraints as they relate to professions in ENR management. Required of ENR EPDM and ES majors.
Prerequisites: Senior standing in ENR, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 606.01. 

Local Peoples and International Conservation
Environment and Natural Resources 5480 (Undergraduate and Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Uses interdisciplinary thinking to explore the global environmental crises and the conflicts between indigenous/local peoples, conservationists, and policy makers regarding natural resource use. The course examines biodiversity conservation, protected areas, community based conservation, global inequities, environmental history and politics, and sustainable development.

Biodiversity of Ohio-Plants
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 2210
2 credit hours.
A lecture and field course in identifying common Ohio plants; emphasis on taxonomic principles, use of keys and manuals, and field recognition of plants; includes some Saturday field trips. 
Prerequisites: 4 semester credit hours in Biological Sciences. 
Not open to students with credit for 210. NS Admis Cond course.

Biodiversity of Ohio-Birds
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 2220
2 credit hours.
The general biology of birds with emphasis on their natural histories and field identification of local species. 
Prerequisites: 4 semester credit hours in Biological Sciences. 
Not open to students with credit for 322.

Focused Study of Ecology and Evolution-Plants and People
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4240
3 credit hours.
Overview of the importance of plants to humans. Students will gain an understanding of the interrelations between humans and plants, including plant domestication, history and uses of spices and flavorings derived from plants, as well as non-food uses of plants. 
Recommended prerequisite: previous or concurrent enrollment in EEOB 2210. 
Prerequisites: 1 course in Biological Sciences (Plant Biology Preferred). 
Not open to students with credit for 502.

Conservation Biology
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4410
3 credit hours.
Application of ecology, population genetics, and biogeography to the study and conservation of biodiversity, threatened communities, and endangered species. 
Prerequisites: 3310 and 3410, or permission of instructor. 
Not open to students with credit for 661.

Ecological Methods 1
Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology 4430
1-2 credit hours.
Hands-on course for learning basic field and quantitative methods for ecological studies. 
Prerequisites: 3410. Repeatable to a maximum of 8 cr hrs or 4 completions.

Introduction to Native American History
History 2070
3 credit hours.
History of Native Americans from pre-contact times to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 368.01.
GEC: Historical study credit. 

American Indian History of the U.S. Midwest
History 2071
3 credit hours.
Native American history in Great lakes and Ohio Valley regions from ancient times to the present, including moundbuilders, fur trade, removal, reservations, urbanization, contemporary issues. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity-Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Introduction to Native American Peoples from Mesoamerica
History 2110 
3 credit hours.
Introductory survey of the Native American peoples from Mesoamerica (contemporary Guatemala, Honduras, Southern Mexico) from pre-colonial times to the present. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 322.
GEC: Historical Study and Diversity Global Studies course.

Introduction to Native American Peoples of the Andes
History 2111
3 credit hours.
Introductory survey of the Native American peoples of the Andes from the Pre-Columbian period to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 368.02.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Women and Gender in Latin America
History 2115
3 credit hours.
Women, gender relations, reproductive rights, and women's response to the impact of religion and the state in Latin America from the Conquest to the present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 533.06.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Revolutions and Social Movements in Modern Latin America
History 2120
3 credit hours.
Latin American history from independence (1825) to the present focusing on revolutions, dictatorships, labor, political and social movements, women, and indigenous populations. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study course and Diversity Global Studies course.

The History of Latin America Through Film
History 2125
3 credit hours.
Latin American history from pre-colonial era to the present as depicted in film, including the analysis of colonialism, revolutions, society, women, and current events. Sometimes this course is offered in a distance-only format.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx, or permission of instructor.
GEC: Historical Study course and Diversity Global Studies course. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750 
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322.
GEC: Historical Study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750E
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322, 322H, or WGSSt 2750H (332H).
GEC: Historical study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History
History 2750H
3 credit hours.
General survey of (im)migration history in the U.S. from precolonial times to the present. Topics include cultural contact, economic relations, citizenship, politics, family, and sexuality.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: English 1100.xx.
Not open to students with credit for 322, 322H, or WGSSt 3322H. Cross listed in WGSSt 3322H.
GEC: Historical study and Social Diversity in the United States credit. 

Colonial North America to 1763
History 3010
3 credit hours.
The history of colonial and native societies in North America from first contacts to the eve of the imperial crisis.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1100.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 556.
GEC: Historical Study course. 

History of Ohio
History 3030
3 credit hours.
Survey of economic, social, political development of the geographical area that became Ohio from Native Americans to present.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 310.
GEC: Historical Study credit. 

Native American History from European Contact to Removal, 1560-1820.
History 3070
3 credit hours.
Major issues and events in Native American history from before the European invasion and colonization through the early 1820's.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 568.01.
GEC: Historical Study Credit. 

Native American History from Removal to the Present
History 3071
3 credit hours.
Covers major events in American Indian history from 1820's to present, including removal, reservations, cultural adaptation, federal policies, self-determination, activism, and contemporary issues.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 568.02.
GEC: Historical Study credit.

Colonial Latin America
History 3100
3 credit hours.
Maya, Aztec, and Incan Empires; the Spanish and Portuguese conquests and the transplanting of Iberian institutions; the Baroque period; the Bourbon Century and the Enlightenment.
Prerequisites or Concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1100.xx; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 533.01.
GEC: Historical Study course. 


History of Mexico
History 3106
3 credit hours.
History of Mexico during precolonial, colonial, and independence periods with emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 534.03.
GEC historical study and diversity global studies course. 

Individual Studies
History 3193.01
1-6 credit hours.
Individual study in some field of historical development; designed to allow the student to work on a problem of particular interest.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx and any History 2000-level course, and permission of instructor.

Individual Studies
History 3193.02
1-6 credit hours.
Individual study in some field of historical development; designed to allow the student to work on a problem of particular interest.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx and any History 2000-level course, and permission of instructor. This course is graded S/U.

Upper-Level Undergraduate Group Studies
History 3194
3 credit hours.
The investigation of particular problems in various fields of history.
Prerequisites or concurrent: Any 2000-level History course, and English 1110.xx; or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 credit hours.

Wars of Empire
History 3590
3 credit hours.
This course investigates the means, methods, challenges, and results of military encounters between modern imperial powers and indigenous forces they met on the battlefield.
Prerequisites or concurrent: English 1110.xx or equivalent, and coursework in History at the 2000 level, or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for 381.
GEC: Historical Study course.

Introduction to American Indigenous Languages
Linguistics 3501
3 credit hours.
An introduction to indigenous languages of the Americas and their speakers: e.g. history of settlement, language families, linguistic properties, bilingual education, language policies and attitudes.
Prerequisites: English 1110.01 (110.01), 1110.02 (110.02), or 1110.03 (110.03) or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Linguistics 303 or AfAmASt 303. 
GEC: Cultures and Ideas and Diversity, Social Diversity in the United States course.

Native American Religions
Religious Studies 3672
3 credit hours.
Comparative survey of indigenous religions of North America; patterns and diversity in religious experience, cosmologies, myths, rituals, social organizations, and sacred roles. 2370 (270) recommended.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx (110.xx), or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 3672 (322) or Religious Studies 322. 

Religions of Mesoamerica
Religious Studies 3675
3 credit hours.
Examines Mesoamerican (Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras) indigenous and ancient religions, including effects of European colonialism. 2370 (270) recommended.
Prerequisites: English 1110.xx (110.xx), or equivalent. 
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 3675. 

Comparative Sacred Architecture
Religious Studies 4876
3 credit hours.
Examination of religious architecture in different cultural and historical contexts; emphasis on variety of ways in which buildings and monuments participate in religious ritual and ceremony.
Prerequisites: One course in Comparative Studies, Religious Studies, or Graduate standing; or permission of instructor.

Myth and Ritual
Religious Studies 4877
3 credit hours.
Ritual, myth, and literature: structural and thematic relationships.
Prerequisites: One course in Comparative Studies, Religious Studies, or Graduate standing; or permission of instructor.
Not open to students with credit for Comparative Studies 4877 (541).

Globalization in the Mayan Country. History, Culture, Tourism, and the Environment in the Yucatan
Spanish 2798.12
3 credit hours.
The Yucatan offers a unique scenario in the Americas in which relevant issues of socioeconomic development; preservation of archaeological or historical sites; protection of the environment; re-invigoration of Indigenous culture, & emergence of alternative models of tourism can be studied altogether. The program will offer a comparative framework for a diversity of academic projects or interests. 
GEC Education Abroad course.

Indigenous, Colonial, & National Literatures and Cultures of Spanish America
Spanish 4555
3 credit hours.
Introductory critical study of issues and processes in the formation of indigenous, colonial, and national expression through 19th century regional discourses. 
Prerequisites: A grade of C- or above in 3450 (450) or 3450H (450H). 
Not open to students with credit for 555. FL Admis Cond course.

Indigenous, Colonial, & National Literatures and Cultures of Spanish America
Spanish 4555E
3 credit hours.
Introductory critical study of issues and processes in the formation of indigenous, colonial, and national expression through 19th century regional discourses. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing; and a grade of C- or above in 3450H; and GPA 3.4 or above. 
Not open to students with credit for 555E. FL Admis Cond course.

Latin American Indigenous Literatures and Cultures 
Spanish 4565H
3 credit hours.
Introduction to continuities and transformations that link Latin American colonial indigenous texts with contemporary cultural expression. 
Prerequisites: Honors standing; and a grade of C- or above in 3450H; and GPA 3.4 or above. 
Not open to students with credit for 565H. FL Admis Cond course.

AmerIndian Languages & Cultures (Study Abroad) 
Spanish 5501.10 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-9 credit hours
AmerIndian languages and cultures (e.g., Guarani, Aymara) offered in study abroad programs. May count toward UG Spanish or Portuguese major/minor by petition. Graduate students must consult with their Program Advisor and complete any documentation required by their program of enrollment. Course may be taught in Target Language, Spanish or English. 
Prerequisites: Permission of department. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 4 completions. 

AmerIndian Languages & Cultures (Domestic) 
Spanish 5501.20 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
1-9 credit hours.
Amerindian languages and cultures (e.g., Guarani, Aymara) offered through OSU or another domestic institution. May count toward the UG Spanish or Portuguese major/minor by petition. Graduate students must consult with their Program Advisor and complete any documentation required by their program of enrollment. Course may be taught in Target Language, Spanish or English. Prereq: Permission of department. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 4 completions.

Mapping Indigenous, Colonial, and 19th-Century Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 7450 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Study of significant socio-cultural moments, issues, problematics, and concepts in Latin American literatures and cultures from the pre-colonial to the national period. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor.

Studies in Indigenous and Colonial Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 7550 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
In-depth study of a major topic or problem in indigenous and colonial Latin American literatures and cultures. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 12 cr hrs.

Seminar in Indigenous and Colonial Latin American Literatures and Cultures
Spanish 8550 (Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Detailed exploration of advanced issues in indigenous and colonial Latin American literatures and cultures. 
Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs. 

American Voices
Theatre 5771.04 (Undergraduate & Graduate)
3 credit hours.
Advanced study of a focused theatre history topic such as African American, Latino/a, Asian American, Native American, women playwrights, and gay and lesbian theatre.

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