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If your attempt to enroll in a course has been blocked (red "X"), 

  • you may lack prerequisites listed on the course section page (click the section link by the course for this information)
  • you have not secured permission from the instructor to enroll in the course section
  • the department has limited initial enrollment to just their majors and will open up seats when the "open enrollment" period begins for all non-majors.

In any case, if you're interested in the course, email the instructor directly for override permission. Except for IDLS courses, the IDLS office nor your academic advisor cannot open up seats in other departments' courses.


Citizenship and Public Policy (Track 1) In these courses students think and study about law, politics and other aspects of human life that are played out in the public arena. The impact of such institutions on human beings and their social and physical environments, the ways in which these institutions are built, structured, and changed can be considered in the context of courses in this area.

Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Class (Track 2) In these courses students think and study about the many ways  social identity affects the lives of human beings, how we see the world (and ways in which the world sees us), and how we value our experiences in the world.

Culture in Geographic Context--The Americas (Track 3) In these courses students examine the interaction among regional cultures, social systems, and human creativity. Students develop a deeper, broader understanding of the Americas as a unique cultural and geographic region and its interaction with other areas of the world.

Culture in Geographic Context--Europe (Track 4) In these courses students explore the interaction among regional cultures, social systems, and human creativity. Students selecting this track will enjoy a deeper, broader understanding of Europe as a unique cultural and geographic region and its interaction with other areas of the world.

Culture in Geographic Context (Track 5) In these courses students explore the interaction among regional cultures, social systems, and human creativity. Students selecting this track will enjoy a deeper, broader understanding of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East as unique cultural and geographic regions and their interaction with other areas of the world.

Ehtics, Values, and Spirituality (Track 6) In these courses students embody and nurture values and character through various subjects. Courses deepen students’ understanding of the religious, philosophical, and political values that animate human cultures and individual character.

Family, Community, Institutions (Track 7--SPED only) Specifically selected for SPED minors, these courses develop a capacity to be knowledgeable, creative and articulate with complex audiences. Courses emphasize liberal arts knowledge as it informs communication in family, community, and institutional settings. (For purposes of disciplinary distribution, FAM and SOWK are counted as the same discipline. No more than 2 PSYC courses may be used for track credit.)

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