A-to-Z Index

Summer 2008 IdLS Track Offerings

JMU Summer 2008 Offerings

(Prerequisites are listed in brackets; one-time approved courses listed in red)

 

 

 

Track I:  Citizenship and Public Policy

HIST 403 Civil War Virginia

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 351  Practical Politics in Virginia

SOCI 315   Science, Technology and Society

SOCI 321   Politics in Society

SOCI 327   Juvenile Delinquency

WRIT 320  Writing in the Public Sphere

WRIT 330  Technology and Writing

WRIT 340   Teaching Writing

 

Track 2: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class

ENG 368   Women's Fiction

HIST 403 Civil War Virginia

HIST 489 Selected Themes in World History: Comparative Slavery

MUS 356   History of Jazz in America --Montreal

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

POSC 383   Women in Politics

SCOM 348 Communication and Gender [any l00-level SCOM course or permission]

SOCI 336   Race and Ethnic Relations

SOCI 367   Sociology of Sexuality

WMST 200  Introduction to Women's Studies

WRIT 320  Writing in the Public Sphere

WRIT 340  Teaching Writing

 

Track 3:  Culture in Geographic Context:  The Americas

HIST 330  US Diplomatic History

HIST 403 Civil War Virginia

HIST 489 Selected Themes in World History: Comparative Slavery

MUS 356  History of Jazz in America--Montreal

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

SOCI 358  Sociology of Consumption

WRIT 320  Writing in the Public Sphere

Hist 402 Workshop in Colonial American Life (fee)

Hist 403 Workshop in Civil War Virginia (fee)

 

Track 4:  Culture in Geographic Context:  Europe

Geog 380E  Regional Geography Studies--Europe

HIST  392L  English Social History

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

 

Track 5:  Culture in Geographic Context:  Africa, Asia, and the Middle East

ENG 432  Studies in African Literature

HIST 263   Africa

HIST 489 Selected Themes in World History: Comparative Slavery

HIST 377  History of Korea

POSC 240 Comparative Politics

REL 202  Introduction to the New Testament

REL 300 Middle Eastern Monotheism

REL 300 Applied Buddhism

REL 300  Myths and Symbols:  East & West

 

Track 6:  Ethics, Values, and Spirituality

HIST 403 Civil War Virginia

HIST 489 Selected Themes in World History: Comparative Slavery

PHIL 210  Philosophy through film

Phil 270 Introduction to Ethics

Phil 330 Moral Theory

REL 202  Introduction to the New Testament

REL 300 Topics:  Middle Eastern Monotheism

REL 300 Topics:  Applied Buddhism

REL 300 Topics:   Myths and Symbols:  East & West

REL 300 Topics:  Making Sense of Beliefs and Values

REL 314 Gandhi, nonviolence, and global transformation

WRIT 320 Writing in the Public Sphere

 

Track 7. IDLS Special Education

ENG 368    Women's Fiction

FAM 330   Family Relations            

HIST 403 Civil War Virginia

HIST 489 Selected Themes in World History: Comparative Slavery

HTH 372    Human Sexuality

HTH 378    The Use and Effects of Drugs

PSYC 180   Introduction to Behavior Analysis

PSYC 390    Psychology of Learning

PSYC 250    Introduction to Abnormal Psychology  GPSYC 101 or GPSYC 160]                

SCOM 248   Intercultural Communication

SCOM 348   Communication and Gender [Any 100 level com class or instructor permission]          

SOCI 315    Science, Technology and Society

SOCI 327   Juvenile Delinquency

SOCI 336   Race and Ethnic Relations

SOCI 367   Sociology of Sexuality 

WRIT 340  Teaching Writing [GWRIT 102, 103 or equivalent]