• AB 210X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I
  • AB 220X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II
  • AB 230X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC III
  • AB 1531. ELEMENTARY ARABIC I
  • AB 1532. ELEMENTARY ARABIC II
  • AB 1533. ELEMENTARY ARABIC III
  • AB 2542. THE CULTURE OF ARABIC-SPEAKING COUNTRIES
  • AR 120X. VIDEO PRODUCTION
  • AR 130X. GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • AR 161X. INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS I
  • AR 162X. GLASS I
  • AR 261X. INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS II
  • AR 262X. GLASS II
  • AR 300X. INTER-MEDIA ELECTRONIC ARTS
  • AR 1100. ESSENTIALS OF ART
  • AR 1101. DIGITAL IMAGING AND COMPUTER ART
  • AR 1111. INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY
  • AR 2101. 3D MODELING I
  • AR 2111. MODERN ART
  • AR 2114. MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN THE AMERICAN ERA, 1750-2001 AND BEYOND
  • AR 2201. THE ART OF ANIMATION I
  • AR 2202. FIGURE DRAWING
  • AR 2301. GRAPHIC DESIGN
  • AR 2401. VIDEO PRODUCTION
  • AR 2700. DIGITAL PAINTING
  • AR 3101. 3D MODELING II
  • AR 3112. MODERNISM, MASS CULTURE, AND THE AVANT-GARDE
  • AR 3150. LIGHT, VISION AND UNDERSTANDING
  • AR 3200. INTERACTIVE ELECTRONIC ARTS
  • AR 3201. ANIMATION II
  • AR 3700. CONCEPT ART AND CREATIVE ILLUSTRATION
  • CN 220X. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II
  • CN 230X. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III
  • CN 240X. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE IV
  • CN 300X. ADVANCED INTERMENDIATE CHINESE I
  • CN 354X. ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II
  • CN 355X. ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III
  • CN 1541. ELEMENTARY CHINESE I
  • CN 1542. ELEMENTARY CHINESE II
  • CN 1543. ELEMENTARY CHINESE III
  • CN 2541. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I
  • CN 2542. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II
  • CN 2543. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III
  • CN 2544. INTERMEDIATE CHINESE IV
  • CN 3541. ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I
  • EN 326X. THEATRICAL PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
  • EN 1221. INTRODUCTION TO DRAMA: THEATRE ON THE PAGE AND ON THE STAGE
  • EN 1222. SHAKESPEARE IN THE AGE OF ELIZABETH
  • EN 1231. AMERICAN LITERATURE: BEGINNINGS THROUGH HAWTHORNE
  • EN 1242. INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH POETRY
  • EN 1251. INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE
  • EN 1257. INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE
  • EN 2219. CREATIVE WRITING
  • EN 2221. AMERICAN DRAMA
  • EN 2222. THEATRE WORKSHOP
  • EN 2224. SHAKESPEARE: NOTHING BUT LOVE
  • EN 2225. THE LITERATURE OF SIN
  • EN 2226. INFECTED SHAKESPEARE: VENEREAL DISEASE, MADNESS, PLAGUE
  • EN 2231. AMERICAN LITERATURE: THE RAVEN, THE WHALE, AND THE WOODCHUCK
  • EN 2232. AMERICAN LITERATURE: TWAIN TO WORLD WAR I
  • EN 2233. AMERICAN LITERATURE: MODERNISM TO THE PRESENT
  • EN 2234. MODERN AMERICAN NOVEL
  • EN 2235. THE AMERICAN DREAM: MYTH IN LITERATURE AND THE POPULAR IMAGINATION
  • EN 2237. LITERATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  • EN 2238. AMERICAN REALISM
  • EN 2241. ENGLISH LITERATURE AFTER SHAKESPEARE
  • EN 2242. POPULAR FICTION: READING IN INSTALLMENTS
  • EN 2243. MODERN BRITISH LITERATURE
  • EN 2244. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE
  • EN 2251. MORAL ISSUES IN THE MODERN NOVEL
  • EN 2252. SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS IN MODERN LITERATURE
  • EN 3217. CREATIVE WRITING
  • EN 3219. ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING
  • EN 3222. FORMS IN WORLD DRAMA
  • EN 3223. FORMS IN MODERN DRAMA
  • EN 3224. SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR
  • EN 3231. NEW ENGLAND SUPERNATURALISM
  • EN 3232. THE CONCORD WRITERS
  • EN 3233. WORCESTER BETWEEN THE COVERS: LOCAL WRITERS AND THEIR WORKS
  • EN 3234. MODERN AMERICAN POETRY
  • EN 3237. PURSUING MOBY-DICK
  • EN 3248. THE ENGLISH NOVEL
  • GN 1511. ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
  • GN 2511. INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
  • GN 2512. INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
  • GN 3511. ADVANCED GERMAN I
  • GN 3512. ADVANCED GERMAN II
  • GN 3513. SURVEY OF GERMAN CIVILIZATION AND CULTURE FROM 1871 TO THE PRESENT
  • GN 3514. SEMINAR ON SELECTED TOPICS IN GERMAN LITERATURE
  • GN 3516. GERMAN FILM
  • HI 1311. INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY
  • HI 1312. INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY
  • HI 1313. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF FOREIGN POLICY AND DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
  • HI 1314. INTRODUCTION TO EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
  • HI 1321. INTRODUCTION TO EUROPEAN SOCIAL HISTORY
  • HI 1322. INTRODUCTION TO EUROPEAN CULTURAL HISTORY
  • HI 1331. INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  • HI 1332. INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY
  • HI 1341. INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL HISTORY
  • HI 2311. AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY
  • HI 2313. AMERICAN HISTORY, 1789-1877
  • HI 2314. AMERICAN HISTORY, 1877-1920
  • HI 2315. THE SHAPING OF POST-1920 AMERICA
  • HI 2316. TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICAN FOREIGN RELATIONS
  • HI 2317. LAW AND SOCIETY IN AMERICA
  • HI 2320. MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
  • HI 2321. EUROPE FROM THE OLD REGIME TO WORLD WAR I
  • HI 2322. EUROPE SINCE WORLD WAR I
  • HI 2324. INDUSTRY AND EMPIRE IN BRITISH HISTORY
  • HI 2325. MODERN FRANCE
  • HI 2328. HISTORY OF REVOLUTIONS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
  • HI 2331. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND CULTURE IN THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
  • HI 2332. HISTORY OF MODERN AMERICAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • HI 2341. CONTEMPORARY WORLD ISSUES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
  • HI 2343. EAST ASIA: CHINA AT THE CENTER
  • HI 2352. HISTORY OF THE EXACT SCIENCES
  • HI 2353. HISTORY OF THE LIFE SCIENCES
  • HI 2354. HISTORY OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES
  • HI 2401. U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
  • HI 2402. HISTORY OF EVOLUTIONARY THOUGHT
  • HI 2403. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
  • HI 2921. TOPICS IN MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
  • HI 3311. AMERICAN LABOR HISTORY
  • HI 3312. TOPICS IN AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY
  • HI 3314. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
  • HI 3316. TOPICS IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY U.S. HISTORY
  • HI 3317. TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
  • HI 3321. TOPICS IN MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY
  • HI 3323. TOPICS IN THE WESTERN INTELLECTUAL TRADITION
  • HI 3331. TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • HI 3334. TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • HI 3335. TOPICS IN THE HISTORY OF NON-WESTERN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • HI 3341. TOPICS IN IMPERIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL HISTORY
  • HI 3342. TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE CIVILIZATIONS
  • HI 3343. TOPICS IN ASIAN HISTORY
  • HU 223X. CULTURE AND PLACE: UNRAVELING RUSSIA'S RIDDLES
  • HU 224X. GLOBAL JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT
  • HU 225X. FILM STUDIES
  • HU 1401. INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES AND ARTS I
  • HU 1402. INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES AND ARTS II
  • HU 1411. INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN STUDIES
  • HU 1412. INTRODUCTION TO ASIA
  • HU 2230. RUSSIA READY: LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL CONTEXT
  • HU 2251. INTRODUCTION TO FILM STUDIES
  • HU 2340. POPULAR CULTURE AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN ASIA
  • HU 2441. AFRICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HU 3411. PRO-SEMINAR IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
  • HU 3900. INQUIRY SEMINAR IN HUMANITIES AND ARTS
  • HU 3910. PRACTICUM IN HUMANITIES AND ARTS
  • HU 4411. SENIOR SEMINAR IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
  • ISE 180X. INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC READING AND WRITING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 181X. COMPOSITION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 182X. COLLEGE WRITING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 183X. ORAL COMMUNICATION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 281X. LISTENING AND SPEAKING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 282X. INTENSIVE READING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
  • ISE 380X. LOADED LANGUAGE: DISCOURSE AND POWER IN INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH
  • ISE 1800. INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC READING AND WRITING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 1801. COMPOSITION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 1803. ORAL COMMUNICATION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • ISE 2800. COLLEGE WRITING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH
  • MU 230X. FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
  • MU 362X. ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION
  • MU 363X. TOPICS IN MUSIC HISTORY
  • MU 370X. TOPICS IN JAZZ HISTORY
  • MU 1511. INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
  • MU 1611. FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC I
  • MU 2300. FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
  • MU 2501. MUSIC AND MIND
  • MU 2611. FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC II
  • MU 2631. MEN?S GLEE CLUB
  • MU 2632. ALDEN VOICES
  • MU 2633. BRASS ENSEMBLE
  • MU 2634. JAZZ ENSEMBLE
  • MU 2635. STAGE BAND
  • MU 2636. CONCERT BAND
  • MU 2637. STRING ENSEMBLE
  • MU 2638. VOCAL PERFORMANCE LAB
  • MU 2719. JAZZ HISTORY
  • MU 2720. MUSIC HISTORY I: MEDIEVAL THROUGH THE BAROQUE
  • MU 2721. MUSIC HISTORY II: CLASSICAL TO THE PRESENT
  • MU 2722. HISTORY OF AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC
  • MU 2723. MUSIC COMPOSITION
  • MU 2730. JAZZ THEORY
  • MU 2801. MAKING MUSIC WITH MACHINES
  • MU 3001. WORLD MUSIC
  • MU 3002. ARRANGING AND ORCHESTRATION
  • MU 3614. TOPICS IN MIDI
  • MU 3615. TOPICS IN DIGITAL SOUND
  • MU 3616. TOPICS IN INTERACTIVE PROGRAMMING
  • MU 3620. ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION
  • PY 1731. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
  • PY 2711. PHILOSOPHICAL THEORIES OF KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY
  • PY 2712. SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  • PY 2713. BIOETHICS
  • PY 2716. PHILOSOPHIES OF DIFFERENCE
  • PY 2717. PHILOSOPHY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  • PY 2718. FREEDOM AND EXISTENCE
  • PY 2719. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  • PY 2731. INTRODUCTORY ETHICS
  • PY 2732. SUFFERING, HEALING & VALUES
  • PY 2734. PHILOSOPHY AND SPIRITUALITY
  • PY 3711. TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY
  • PY 3712. PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
  • PY 3731. PROBLEMS IN ETHICS AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY
  • RE 1731. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
  • RE 2721. RELIGION AND CULTURE
  • RE 2722. QUESTIONS OF EVIL AND GOOD
  • RE 2723. RELIGIONS OF THE WEST
  • RE 2724. RELIGIONS OF THE EAST
  • RE 2731. INTRODUCTORY ETHICS
  • RE 2732. SUFFERING, HEALING & VALUES
  • RE 3721. TOPICS IN RELIGION
  • RE 3731. PROBLEMS IN ETHICS AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY
  • SP 357X. LANGUAGE/CUTRL IMMERS-BUEN AIR
  • SP 1523. ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
  • SP 1524. ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
  • SP 2521. INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
  • SP 2522. INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
  • SP 3521. ADVANCED SPANISH I
  • SP 3522. ADVANCED SPANISH II
  • SP 3523. TOPICS IN LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE
  • SP 3524. SPANISH-AMERICAN LITERATURE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
  • SP 3525. SPANISH AMERICAN FILM/MEDIA: CULTURAL ISSUES
  • SP 3526. COMPARATIVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTS
  • SP 3527. TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS SPANISH
  • SP 3528. SPANISH CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION
  • SP 3529. CARIBBEANNESS: VOICES OF THE SPANISH CARIBBEAN
  • SP 3530. SPANISH FILM/MEDIA: CULTURAL ISSUES
  • SP 3531. CONTEMPORARY US LATINO LITERATURE & CULTURE
  • SP 3532. STUDIES IN SPANISH LITERATURE: ARTISTIC EXPRESSION AND NATION BUILDING
  • WR 101X. INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC
  • WR 201X. ELEMENTS OF STYLE
  • WR 330X. CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
  • WR 410X. ANALYTICS: NUMBERS TO ARGUMENTS
  • WR 430X. ACADEMIC SCIENCE WRITING
  • WR 1010. ELEMENTS OF WRITING
  • WR 1011. WRITING ABOUT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • WR 1020. INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC
  • WR 2010. ELEMENTS OF STYLE
  • WR 2210. BUSINESS WRITING AND COMMUNICATION
  • WR 2213. INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM
  • WR 2310. VISUAL RHETORIC
  • WR 3011. TEACHING WRITING
  • WR 3112. RHETORICAL THEORY
  • WR 3210. TECHNICAL WRITING
  • WR 3214. WRITING ABOUT DISEASE AND PUBLIC HEALTH
  • WR 3310. DIGITAL RHETORIC
  • WR 4111. RESEARCH METHODS IN WRITING

Supplemental Undergraduate Courses

  • AB210X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I
    This course will build on advanced beginning Arabic conversational patterns. Class time will focus on dialogue and mastery of grammatical constructions with increased emphasis on writing and reading. Conversational drills, audio recordings, video, and group interaction will enhance classroom learning. Not open to native or heritage speakers without written permission of instructor.

    Recommended background: AB 1533 Beginning Arabic III
  • AB220X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II
    This course will build on advanced beginning and intermediate Arabic conversational patterns. Class time will focus on dialogue and mastery of grammatical constructions, with increased emphasis on reading and writing. Conversational drills, audio recordings, video, and group interaction will enhance classroom learning. Not open to native or heritage speakers without written permission of instructor.

    Recommended background: AB 210X Intermediate Arabic I
  • AB230X. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC III
    This course continues to build on students’ advanced beginning Arabic conversational skills with a focus on dialogue and mastery of grammatical constructions. Increasing emphasis on reading and writing will supplement classroom activities. Conversational drills, audio recordings, video, and group interaction will enhance classroom learning. Not open to native or heritage speakers without written permission of instructor.

    Recommended background: AB 220X Intermediate Arabic II
  • CN 354X. ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II
    This course builds on advanced intermediate Chinese skills, focusing on both conversational patterns and reading/writing. Class time will focus on dialogue and mastery of increasingly complex grammatical constructions, with emphasis on character recognition and production for reading and writing. Forms of business communication will be covered, including emails and memos, as well as essays. Not open to native or heritage speakers without written permission of instructor.

    Recommended background: CN 3541 Advanced Intermediate Chinese I or equivalent.
  • CN 355X. ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III
    This course continues to build on students’ advanced intermediate Chinese skills with increasing emphasis on reading and writing. Writing assignments will be geared towards expressing more complex topics in Chinese. Not open to native or heritage speakers without written permission of instructor.

    Recommended background: CN 354X Advanced Intermediate Chinese II or equivalent.
  • HU 333X
    This course explores cultural and historical issues related to modern East Asia (instructor will choose area of focus) through analysis of various media, including film, novels, essays, music, and images. Students will learn to recognize and analyze images and symbols used to produce national, cultural, and group identity and to understand the socio-political contexts that produce them. All sources will be in English translation.

    Recommended background: General knowledge of East Asian cultures (HU 1412 or HU 2340, or equivalent)
  • WR 430X. ACADEMIC SCIENCE WRITING
    This course focuses on effective communication within a scientific or technical community. Students will analyze a number of genres, such as academic articles, research reports, grants, lab reports, and conference proceedings in order to codify the conventions. Students will then switch from analysis to production, writing and revising disciplinary writing for academic and specialized audiences.

    Recommended background: WR 1011 Writing About Science & Technology, WR 2211 Rhetoric of Visual Design, WR 3210 Technical Writing, WR 3214 Writing About Disease and Public Health, or equivalent