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K-State 8 Classes

 

Aesthetic Interpretation

ANTH 516: Ethnomusicology (Falcone's section only)

CHINE 300 Chinese 3

CHINE 301: Chinese 4

CHINE 501: Chinese 5

CHINE 502: Chinese 6

CHINE 599: Chinese Advanced Reading

CLSCS 501: Love and Lust: The Classical Novel in Translation

COMM 330: Rhetoric in Western Thought (II, 1 section per year) - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

COMM 535: Communication in Leadership

FREN 501: Readings in French (formerly FREN 516)

FREN 520: Introduction to French Literature I (I, 1 section year)

FREN 521: Introduction to French Literature II (II, 1 section per year)

FREN 530: Topics in French Literature and Culture

GEOG 510: Geography of the American West - Social Sciences

GRMN 503: German Literature in Translation - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

GRMN 521: Introductory Topics in German Literature and Culture of the 18th and 19th Century

GRMN 522: Topics in German Literature and Culture of the 20th and 21st Century

GWSS 450: Stories of a Young Girl

GWSS 550: Women & Pop Culture

Honors Introduction to the Humanities I (1 section per year)

Honors Introduction to the Humanities II (1 section per year)

LATIN 101: Latin I - Introduction to Latin

LATIN 301: Intermediate Latin Prose

MLANG 507: European Literature in Translation (recently revised by Dr.Peter Arnds) - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

MUSIC 405: Music Elementary Teachers

MUSIC 511: Music/Schools K-6

POLSC 670: Law, Politics, and Literature - Social Sciences

RUSSN 504: Russian Literature in Translation - Literary & Rhetorical Arts, International Overlay

RUSSN 508: Russian Literature in Translation: The Soviet Period - Literary & Rhetorical Arts, International Overlay

SPAN 550: Introduction to the Literature in Spanish

SPAN 567: Introduction to the Literature of Spain

SPAN 568: Literature of Spanish America

 

Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility

ANTH 618: Religion in Culture 

GWSS 410: Feminist Thought

GWSS 480: Women & Environmentalism

HIST 556: The Bill of Rights in America

MANGT 541: Management of Quality

POLSC 301: Introduction to Political Thought (I, II, 2 sections per year)

POLSC 661: Political Thought: Classical to Sixteenth Century

POLSC 663: Political Thought: Since the Sixteenth Century

POLSC 667: American Political Thought (varies, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 671: Modern Political Thought (varies, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 675: Religion and Politics

 

Empirical and Quantitative Reasoning

ANTH 560: Archeological Fact or Fiction

MANGT 421: Introduction to Operations Management (Daniel Minick's section only)

MANGT 541: Management of Quality (Daniel Minick's section only)

PHYS 101: The Physical World I (1 section per year

PHYS 400: Great Ideas in Physics

PHYS 620: Teaching University Physics

 

Global Issues and Perspectives

ANTH 618: Religion in Culture - Social Sciences. Same as Sociology 618.

CHINE 300 Chinese 3

CHINE 301: Chinese 4

CHINE 501: Chinese 5

CHINE 502: Chinese 6

CHINE 599: Chinese Advanced Reading

CLSCS 502: History and Culture of Rome

FREN 501: Readings in French (formerly FREN 516)

HIST 101: Rise of Europe (Dr. Frey's and Dr. Defries's sections only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 102: The Modern Era (Drs. Bob Linder, Eric Brandom, Tony Demchak's, and David Stone's Sections only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 330: History East Asia Civil

HIST 504: Intellectual History of Early China - Social Sciences

HIST 521: History Christianity

HIST 565: History and Culture of Greece - Western Heritage

HIST 566: History and Culture of Ancient Rome

HIST 567: Europe in the Middle Ages (Dr. McCulloh's and Dr. Defries Section only)

HIST 568: The Renaissance (Dr. Linder only)

HIST 569: The Reformation (Dr. Linder only)

HIST 571: 18th Century Europe (Dr. Frey's Section only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 572: 19th Century Europe

HIST 578: Central Eur/1500-1914 (Dr. Frey's Section only)

HIST 579: The British Isles to 1603 (Dr. McCulloh's Section only)

HIST 585: Medieval Religion and Politics (Dr. McCulloh's Section only)

HIST 591: The Russian Empire - Social Sciences, International Overlay

HIST 597-A: Top/Saints, Relics, & Miracles (Dr. Defries's section only).

HIST 598: History of Islam and other topics (All topics taught by Dr. Kazemi are eligible for Primary Texts Credit)

MLANG 399: Honors Seminar in Modern Languages

LATIN 101: Latin I - Introduction to Latin

LATIN 301: Intermediate Latin Prose

POLSC 540: Global Security Threats (Machain's and Martinez's sections only)

POLSC 622: Latin American Politics

POLSC 630: Pol Russia/Sov Union

POLSC 642: International Conflict

POLSC 643: Global Human Rights

POLSC 655: International Relations of Latin America

 

Historical Perspectives

ANTH 602: Anthropological Theory - Social Sciences

ANTH 612: Ethnohistory

CHEM 650: History of Chemistry (1 section every other year) - Physical Sciences

CLSCS 501: Love and Lust: The Classical Novel in Translation

CLSCS 502: History and Culture of Rome

COMM 330: Rhetoric in Western Thought (II, 1 section per year) - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

COMM 545: Communication and Democracy (Dr. Steffensmeier's section only)

COMM 425: Theory of Organizational Communication

DAS 300: Primary Texts Core Course

FREN 520: Introduction to French Literature I (I, 1 section year)

FREN 521: Introduction to French Literature II (II, 1 section per year)

FREN 530: Topics in French Literature and Culture

GRMN 503: German Literature in Translation - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

GRMN 521: Introductory Topics in German Literature and Culture of the 18th and 19th Century

GRMN 522: Topics in German Literature and Culture of the 20th and 21st Century

GWSS 410: Feminist Thought

HIST 101: Rise of Europe (Dr. Frey's and Dr. Defries's sections only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 102: The Modern Era (Drs. Bob Linder, Eric Brandom, Tony Demchak's, and David Stone's Sections only)

HIST 200: Topics: History of Warfare (will be offered within the next two years) (Dr. Parillo's and Dr. Orr's sections only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 330: History East Asia Civil

HIST 504: Intellectual History of Early China - Social Sciences

HIST 521: History Christianity

HIST 522: Religion America History

HIST 524: History of Baseball

HIST 525: Colonial History

HIST 534: Social History of Medicine

HIST 554: Topics in Southern History

HIST 555: American Constitutional History - Western Heritage

HIST 556: The Bill of Rights in America - Western Heritage

HIST 565: History and Culture of Greece - Western Heritage

HIST 566: History and Culture of Ancient Rome

HIST 567: Europe in the Middle Ages (Dr. McCulloh's and Dr. Defries Section only)

HIST 568: The Renaissance (Dr. Linder only)

HIST 569: The Reformation (Dr. Linder only)

HIST 571: 18th Century Europe (Dr. Frey's Section only) - Western Heritage, Social Sciences

HIST 572: 19th Century Europe - Global Issues and Perspectives, Historical Perspectives

HIST 578: Central Eur/1500-1914 (Dr. Frey's Section only)

HIST 579: The British Isles to 1603 (Dr. McCulloh's Section only)

HIST 585: Medieval Religion and Politics (Dr. McCulloh's Section only)

HIST 591: The Russian Empire - Social Sciences, International Overlay

HIST 597-A: Top/Saints, Relics, & Miracles (Dr. Defries's section only)

HIST 598: History of Islam and other topics (All topics taught by Dr. Kazemi are eligible for Primary Texts Credit)

Honors Introduction to the Humanities I (1 section per year)

Honors Introduction to the Humanities II (1 section per year)

MATH 570: History of Mathematics (II, 1 section per year

MLANG 507: European Literature in Translation (recently revised by Dr.Peter Arnds) - Literary & Rhetorical Arts

MUSIC 405: Music Elementary Teachers

POLSC 524: Political Islam

POLSC 607: Administrative Law

POLSC 608: Political Participation in the United States

POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I

POLSC 672: Ideologies (varies, 1 section every other year) - Social Sciences, Western Heritage

RUSSN 504: Russian Literature in Translation - Literary & Rhetorical Arts, International Overlay

RUSSN 508: Russian Literature in Translation: The Soviet Period - Literary & Rhetorical Arts, International Overlay

SPAN 550: Introduction to the Literature in Spanish

SPAN 560: US Latino Literature and Culture

SPAN 567: Introduction to the Literature of Spain

SPAN 568: Literature of Spanish America

THTRE 572: History of Theatre I (II, 1 section per year) - Fine Arts

THTRE 573: History of Theatre II (I, 1 section per year) - Fine Arts

 

Human Diversity Within the US

ANTH 315: Introduction to Medical Anthropolog

COMM 545: Communication and Democracy (Dr. Steffensmeier's section only)

COMM 535: Communication in Leadership

GEOG 510: Geography of the American West - Social Sciences

GWSS 500: Global Literature & Culture

GWSS 500: Top/Global/World Lit Women

GWSS 700: Top/Transnational Feminism (S. Roshanravan)

GWSS 700: Sexuality Studies

HIST 522: Religion America History

HIST 524: History of Baseball

HIST 525: Colonial History

HIST 534: Social History of Medicine

HIST 554: Topics in Southern History

HIST 555: American Constitutional History - Western Heritage

POLSC 615: Constitutional Law II

POLSC 628: Civic Engagement

SOCIO 214: Intro to Sociology (Honors section - Dr. Dana Brimon only) - Social Sciences

 

Natural and Physical Sciences

CHEM 650: History of Chemistry (1 section every other year) - Physical Sciences

GEOG 600: Mountain Geography

PHYS 101: The Physical World I (1 section per year-Fall, Dr. Sorensen's section only) - Social Sciences, Western Heritage

PHYS 620: Teaching University Physics

 

Social Sciences

ANTH 315: Introduction to Medical Anthropology

ANTH 560: Archeological Fact or Fiction (formerly ANTH 503)

ANTH 602: Anthropological Theory

ANTH 612: Ethnohistory

COMM 425: Theory of Organizational Communication

ECON 710: History of Economic Thought (1 section per year)

GEOG 490: Problems in Geography (instructor permission-see Dr. Johnson for more information)

GEOG 510: Geography of the American West

GEOG 600: Mountain Geography

GWSS 480: Women & Environmentalism

GWSS 550: Women & Pop Culture

HIST 101: Rise of Europe (Dr. Frey's and Dr. Defries's sections only)

POLSC 301: Introduction to Political Thought (I, II, 2 sections per year) 

POLSC 540: Global Security Threats (Machain's and Martinez's sections only)

POLSC 543: American Foreign Policy (Sam Bell, Michael Flynn, and Dr. Machain's sections only)

POLSC 601: Topics in Political Science - Top/Islam and Politics (Sabri Ciftci's section only)

POLSC 601: Topics in Political Science - Top/Comp Political Institution (Alissandra Stoyan's section only)

POLSC 607: Administrative Law

POLSC 608: Political Participation in the United States

POLSC 614: Constitutional Law I

POLSC 615: Constitutional Law II

POLSC 622: Latin American Politics

POLSC 628: Civic Engagement

POLSC 630: Pol Russia/Sov Union

POLSC 642: International Conflict

POLSC 643: Global Human Rights

POLSC 655: International Relations of Latin America

POLSC 661: Political Thought: Classical to Sixteenth Century (I, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 663: Political Thought: Since the Sixteenth Century (II, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 667: American Political Thought (varies, 1 section every other year) 

POLSC 670: Law, Politics, and Literature

POLSC 671: Modern Political Thought (varies, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 672: Ideologies (varies, 1 section every other year)

POLSC 675: Religion and Politics

POLSC 731: Comparative Civil Military Relations (1 section every other year) 

SOCIO 214: Intro to Sociology (Honors section - Dr. Dana Brimon only)

SOCIO 710: Systematic Analysis of Social Theory (1 section per year)