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Upper Division GE Pathway Courses



B.5 Implications and Explorations in Mathematics and Natural Sciences:

  • GEOG 328 Global Change and Environmental Systems
  • GEOG 329 Cities and Nature
  • HIST 331/LBST 331 History of Science: Copernicus to the Present
  • PHIL 333/ LBST 333 Evolution and Creation

C.3 Explorations in the Arts and Humanities:

  • AFAM 314* Pan-African Dance and Movement
  • ANTH 311* Culture and Communication
  • ASAM 320* Asian American Creative Expression
  • ASAM 322* Asian Pacific Americans and Religion
  • ASAM 327* Asian American Literature
  • CHIC 302* Ancient Mexican Culture
  • CHIC 340* Mexican/Chicano Intellectual Thought
  • CHIN 315* Introduction to Chinese Civilization
  • CHIN 325 Contemporary Chinese Culture
  • CPRL 337* American Indian Religions and Philosophy
  • CPRL 341* Hindu Tradition to 400 BCE
  • CPRL 352* History and Development of Modern Christian Thought
  • CPRL 361* History and Development of Jewish Thought: Biblical & Rabbinical
  • CPRL 362* History and Development of Jewish Thought: Medieval & Modern
  • CPRL 367* Religion in Latino/a Life
  • CPRL 371* History and Development of Islamic Thought: The Beginning to 1258
  • CPRL 372* History and Development of Islamic Thought: 1259 to Modern
  • CPRL 373* Women in Islam
  • CPRL 374* Issues in Contemporary Islam
  • ENGL 381* African Literature
  • FREN 315* Origins of Modern France
  • FREN 325* Contemporary French Civilization
  • FREN 375 Explorations in Literature
  • GRMN 315* Introduction to German Civilization
  • GRMN 325* Current Trends in Culture of German-Speaking Peoples
  • GRMN 335 Introduction to Literature
  • JAPN 315* Introduction to Japanese Civilization
  • JAPN 325* Modern Japan
  • JAPN 375 Introduction to Literary Forms
  • JAPN 390 Japanese Culture and Society: Anime
  • LBST 323* Cross-Cultural Humanities
  • PORT 320* Introduction to Luso-Brazilian Culture and Civilization
  • PORT 325 Contemporary Brazilian Civilization
  • SPAN 315* Introduction to Spanish Civilization
  • SPAN 316* Introduction to Spanish-American Civilization
  • SPAN 375 Introduction to Literary Forms
  • SPAN 390 Spanish Culture through Cinema and Literature
  • VIET 315 Vietnamese Civilization
  • VIET 325 Introduction to Vietnamese Culture
  • VIET 375 Introduction to Vietnamese Literature
  • WMST 320 Gendered Techno-Culture

D.5 Explorations in the Social Sciences:

  • AFAM 311* Intracultural Socialization Patterns
  • AMST 300 Introduction to American Popular Culture
  • AMST 395* California Cultures (3)
  • ANTH 300* Language and Culture
  • ASAM 300* Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies (3)
  • ASAM 340* Asian American Communication (3)
  • ASAM 342* Asian Pacific American Families (3)
  • ASAM 344* Asian Pacific American Families (3)
  • ASAM 346* Asian American Psychology (3)
  • ASAM 360* Multiple Heritage Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
  • ASAM 362* Filipina/o American Experience (3)
  • ASAM 364* The South Asian American Experience (3)
  • ASAM 366* The Korean American Experience (3)
  • ASAM 370* The Chinese American Experience (3)
  • CHIC 303* Chicano/Mexican Cultures
  • CPRL 325* African-American Religions & Spirituality
  • CPRL 333* Religion and Sexuality
  • EUST 315* A European Tour / LBST 315*
  • GEOG 332* United States and Canada
  • GEOG 333* Latin America
  • GEOG 340* Asia
  • GEOG 342* The Middle East
  • GEOG 345* China
  • GEOG 350 Nature and Society
  • HIST 320 Modern European History 1789- Present
  • HIST 350 History of Latin American Civilization
  • HIST 382/ASAM 382 World War II Japanese American Evacuation
  • LTAM 300* Topics in Latin America
  • POSC 310 Political Behavior and Motivation
  • POSC 330 Politics in Nation – States
  • POSC 350 World Politics in the 21st Century
  • POSC 352 American Foreign Policy
  • SOCI 356* Social Inequality
  • SOCI 361 Population and the Environment
  • SOCI 365 Law and Society
  • SOCI 371 Sociology of City Life
  • WMST 302* Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • WMST 355 Economics of Gender and Work
  • WMST 360* Politics of Sexuality
  • WMST 485 Women and Politics

E. Lifelong Learning and Self-Development:

  • ANTH 308* Culture and Aging: Anthropological Gerontology
  • ANTH 332* Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • CPRL 306 Contemporary Practices of the World’s Religions
  • CPRL 380* Religion and Violence
  • GEOG 353 Geography of Illegal Drugs
  • GEOG 355 Global Cuisines
  • PHIL 312 Business and Professional Ethics
  • SOCI 341 Social Interaction
  • WMST 330* Women in Leadership
  • * Satisfies cultural diversity requirement- category Z


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