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`ELECTIVE OPTIONS (updated May 2010) Notes: Courses that are required for your course of study may

y not be used to fulfill elective requirements. Any course (including Humanities and Social Science courses) can be applied towards the general elective requirement. However, the course categories listed under General cannot be used to fulfill a Humanities or Social Science requirement. This list is not complete. This is a list of classes students have taken in the past and enjoyed. Be sure to confirm your elective selections with your advisor. When looking for electives, you can identify the category a course is in by its prefix. Humanities AH, AR (see specific courses), CL, EN, HU, L-, MU (see specific courses), PH, RN, WS (see specific courses) Social Science AM, AN (see exceptions) EC, GE, HI, IR, PO, PS, SO, WS (see specific courses),

Social Sciences
College/Course # CAS AM-CAS AM 200 CAS AN-CAS AN 240 CAS AN 252 CAS AN 260 CAS AN 290 CAS AN 351 CAS AN 372 CAS AR-CAS AR 205 CAS AR 221 CAS AR 332 CAS EC-CAS GE-CAS HI-CAS IR-CAS PO-CAS PO 241 CAS PS-CAS PS 231 CAS PS 2431 CAS SO-CAS SO 205 CAS SO 207 CAS CAS CAS CAS SO SO SO SO
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Course Title

Semest er

Prerequisites

215 240 418 521

Any American Studies course Intro to American Studies Spring none Any Anthropology course except AN102 and AN331 Legal Anthropology Fall none Ethnicity and Identity Spring none Sex and Gender in Spring none Anthropological Perspective Children and Culture Fall none Language, Culture, and Society Fall none Psychological Anthropology Spring none Any Archaeology course except AR100 Origins of Civilization Fall none Archaeology of the Islamic Spring none World Greek and Roman Cities Spring none Any Economics course Any Geography course Any History course Any International Relations course Any Political Science course Introduction to Public Policy Spring none Any Psychology course Physiological Psychology both CAS PS 101 Life Span Developmental Fall CAS PS 101 and for students in Psychology in Health and the MMEDIC program, consent of Illness director Any Sociology course The American Family both none Intro to Ethnic, Race, and both none Minority Relations Health and Society both none Sexuality and Social Life both none Seminar: Sociology of Medicine Fall none Seminar: Epidemiology Spring none

Students who are required to take SAR HS 252: Health and Disability Across the Lifespan to meet program requirements may not use PS 243 to fulfill social science elective requirements.

CAS WS-CAS WS 113 CAS WS 305 SED PE-SED PE 375

Select Womens Studies courses Women, Society, and Culture: both Social Sciences Critical Issues in Women's both Studies Select SED courses Psychology of Sport Both

none none none

Humanities
College/Cours e# CAS AHCAS AH 111 CAS AH 112 CAS AH 205 CAS AH 225 CAS AH 284 CAS AH 295 CAS ARCAS AR 100 CAS CL-CAS CL 101 CAS CL 102 CAS CL 213 CAS CL 216 CAS CL 221 CAS CL 224 CAS CL 305 CAS EN -CAS EN 128 CAS EN 175 CAS EN 202 CAS EN 326 CAS L-CAS LC 283 CAS LJ 283 CAS LK 283 CAS LX 250 CAS MU -CAS MU 117 CAS MU 118 CAS MU 230 CAS PH- CAS PH 150 CAS PH 251 CAS PH 256 CAS PH 265 CAS PH 266 Course Title Semest er Prerequisites Any Arty History course Introduction to Art History I: Fall none Antiquity to the Middle Ages Introduction to Art History II: Spring none Renaissance to Today Architecture: An Introduction Fall none Arts of Asia Spring none Arts in America both none History of Photography Spring none Select Archaeology courses Great Discoveries in Archaeology Both none Any Classics course The World of Greece Both none The World of Rome both none Greek and Roman Mythology both none Greek and Roman Religion Fall None Greek History Fall none Greek Drama in Translation Fall none Topics in Myth Spring CAS CL 213 Any English course (many exist) Representing Boston Fall none Literature and the Art of Film both none Introduction to Creative Writing both none Voices of Women Fall none Any Modern Foreign Language Literature or Civilization course learning the language courses are general electives Chinese Civilization Fall none Modern Japanese Culture in Spring none Cinema Modern Korean Culture Through Spring none Cinema Introduction to Linguistics both none Any Music Appreciation, History, or Theory course Music Appreciation I Fall none Music Appreciation II Spring none Mozart Fall none Any Philosophy course Introduction to Ethics both none Medical Ethics Fall 1 PH course or sophomore standing Philosophy of Gender and Spring 1 PH course or sophomore Sexuality standing Minds and Machines Spring 1 PH course or sophomore standing Mind, Brain & Self Fall none

CAS PH 270 CAS PH 350 CAS RN-CAS RN 103 CAS RN 106 CAS WS-CAS WS 114 CFA MU -CFA MU 111 CFA MU 119

Philosophy of Science History of Ethics

both both

1 PH course or sophomore standing 1 PH course or sophomore standing

Any Religion course Religions of the World: Eastern both none Death and Immortality Spring none Select Womens Studies Courses Women, Society, and Culture: both none Humanities Any Music appreciation, history, or theory course Elements of Music Theory 1 Fall none Music Appreciation Fall none

General
College/Course # CAS AN 102 CAS AN 331 CAS AS-CAS BI-CAS BI 114 CAS BI 203 CAS BI 206 CAS CHCAS CS-CAS EC 371 CAS EC 387 CAS GL-CAS L-CAS MA-CAS PY-CFA-COM CM-MET LS 110 COM CM 311 COM CM 409 PDP FT 306 SAR HS 201 SAR HS 300 SAR HP 200 SAR HP 201 SED-SED DE 570 SED DS 502 SED EM 550 SED HE 522 SED LS 560 SED SE 250 SED SE 504 SMG-SPH PH 511 SPH PH 510 Course Title Human Behavioral Biology and Evolution Human Origins Any Astronomy course Any Biology course Human Infectious Diseases: AIDS to Tuberculosis Cell Biology Genetics Semest er both Spring Prerequisites none CAS AN102 OR CASAR101 OR CASBI107 or equivalent none CAS BI 108 & CAS CH 102 or equivalent. Coreq: CAS CH 203 or equivalent. CAS BI 108 or equivalent. Coreq: CAS CH 203 CAS CAS CAS CAS EC EC EC EC 201 OR CAS EC 211 OR 303 201 OR CAS EC 211 OR 303

Fall Fall Spring

any Chemistry course any Computer Science course Environmental Economics both

Introduction to Health both Economics Any Geology course Any Modern Foreign Language course (language) Any Mathematics course Any Physics course Any College of Fine Arts course not listed under Humanities Any Communication Studies course Spanish for Medical Both none Professionals Oral Presentations both Permission required Persuasion and Public Opinion both permission required Fitness Instructor Training (2) Both none Introduction to Nutrition Spring none Epidemiology both CAS MA 113 or equivalent The Peer Educator I Fall none The Peer Educator II Spring none Any School of Education course American Sign Language I both none Adolescent Development both none Introduction to Educational Fall Em&T students have priority Media Community Health Fall none Introduction to Language and both Jr/Sr and Grad Language Acquisition Students Only Disability, Education, and both none Public Policy Severe Disabilities (All Ages): Fall none An Introduction Any School of Management course Introduction to International Spring none Health Introduction to Public Health Spring none