VCU Schedule of Classes CHS Approved lists 79 College of Humanities and Sciences – Approved lists Students entering fall 1997 and thereafter Approved list A – Written communications PHIL 320 Philosophy of Law Physical sciences (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any PHIL 335 Social and Political Philosophy CHEM 101 General Chemistry (for science majors) prerequisites.) PHIL 490 Seminar in Philosophy CHEM 101L General Chemistry Laboratory PHYS 450 Senior Pysics Laboratory (for science majors) Freshman English POLI 341 History of Political Thought CHEM 110 Chemistry and Society ENGL 101 The Craft of Writing POLI/INTL 365 International Political Economy CHEM 110L Chemistry and Society Laboratory ENGL 200 The Craft of Writing with Research (Taken in PSYC 317 Experimental Methods CHEM 112 Chemistry in the News second semester of sophomore year.) RELS/ENGL 361 The Bible as Literature PHYS 101 Foundations of Physics RELS/WMNS 371 Islam and Women PHYS 101L Foundations of Physics Laboratory Writing intensive courses RELS/WMNS/INTL 372 Global Women’s Spirituality PHYS 103 Elementary Astronomy ANTH 301 The Evolution of Man and Culture RELS/PHIL/INTL 412 Zen Buddhism PHYS 103L Elementary Astronomy Laboratory ANTH 315 Anthropological Field Methods and Research RELS 490 Seminar: Cuban Life PHYS 107 Wonders of Technology Design SOCY 402 Sociological Theory PHYS 202 General Physics II (for science majors) ANTH/INTL 348 South American Ethnography SOCY 436 Work and Management in Modern Society PHYS 202L General Physics II Laboratory ANTH/INTL 349 Contemporary Cultures of Latin SPAN 300 Advanced Grammar and Writing (for science majors) America URSP/GEOG 306 Urban Economic Geography PHYS 208 University Physics II (for science majors) ANTH/RELS/INTL 425 Religion, Magic and Witchcraft WMNS 301 Feminist Theory PHYS 208L University Physics II Laboratory BIOL 300 Biotechniques Laboratory (.5 WI credit) (for science majors) BIOL 309 Entomology (.5 WI credit) BIOL 310L Laboratory in Genetics (.5 WI credit) Approved list B – Mathematics and statistics BIOL 311L Animal Physiology Laboratory (.5 WI credit) (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any Approved list E – Visual and performing arts BIOL 312L Invertebrate Zoology Laboratory prerequisites.) (.5 WI credit) A. Basic level courses designed specifically for non- BIOL 317L Ecology Laboratory (.5 WI credit) MATH 131 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics arts majors. BIOL 320 Biology of the Seed Plant (.5 WI credit) MATH 151 Precalculus Mathematics BIOL 321L Plant Development Laboratory MATH 200 Calculus with Analytic Geometry Art education BIOL 392 Introduction to Research STAT 208 Statistical Thinking ARTE 121-122 The Individual in the Creative Process BIOL 401 Applied and Environmental Microbiology STAT 210 Basic Practice of Statistics ARTE 301-302 Art for Elementary Teachers BIOL 445 Neurobiology and Behavior (.5 WI credit) STAT 212 Concepts of Statistics (for science majors ARTE 408 Two-Dimensional Art Experiences BIOL 518 Plant Ecology (.5 WI credit) only) ARTE 409 Three-Dimensional Art Experiences BIOL 522 Evolution and Speciation Art foundation BIOL 541 Laboratory in Molecular Genetics ARTF 121-122 Introduction to Drawing Approved list C – Ethical principles Communication arts and design (.5 WI credit) (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any CARD 191 Studio Topics in Communication Arts and CHEM 304L Physical Chemistry Laboratory prerequisites.) Design CHEM 409L Instrumental Analysis Laboratory CMSC 490 Research Seminar Dance and choreography MASC 290 Ethical Problems in Mass Media DANC 171, 172 T’ai Chi CRJS 480 Senior Seminar PHIL 211 History of Ethics DANC 183-184 Introduction to Modern Dance ECON 302 Macroeconomic Theory PHIL 212 Ethics and Applications Technique ENGL 302 Legal Writing PHIL 213 Ethics and Health Care DANC 313 Dance in World Cultures ENGL 303 Writing in the Workplace PHIL 214 Ethics and Business Interior design ENGL 304 Advanced Composition POLI 341 History of Political Thought IDES 103-104 Introductory Studio Course ENGL/MGMT 327 Business and Technical Report RELS 340 Global Ethics and the World’s Religions Music Writing SOCY 445 Medical Sociology APPM 191-192 Class Lessons in Piano ENGL/WMNS 384 Women Writers ENGL/ENVS 385 Nature Writing APPM 193-194 Class Lessons in Voice ENGL 491 Topic (senior seminar only) APPM 195-196 Class Lessons in Guitar Approved list D – Natural sciences MUSC 111 MIDI Programming and Synthesis ENVS 490 Research Seminar in Environmental Studies FREN 300, 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing MHIS 105-106 Introduction to Writing Music (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any GRMN 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing MHIS 243 Music Appreciation prerequisites.) HIST 300 Introduction to Historical Study Painting and printmaking HIST 369 American Constitution and Legal PAPR 155, 156 Drawing and Painting, Basic Biological sciences Development Photography and film BIOL 101 Biological Concepts HIST 490 Seminar in History PHTO 243 Photography BIOL 101L Biological Concepts Laboratory INSC 301 Investigatory Mathematics and Science Theatre BIOL 102 Science of Heredity INTL/ANTH 348 South American Ethnography THEA 107, 108 Introduction to Stage Performance BIOL 102L Science of Heredity Laboratory INTL/ANTH 349 Contemporary Cultures of Latin BIOL 103/ENVS 103 Environmental Science America B. Basic level courses open to both arts and non-arts BIOL 103L/ENVS 103L Environmental Science INTL/POLI 365 International Political Economy majors. Laboratory MASC 203 Newswriting BIOL 151 Introduction to Biological Science I MASC 333 Public Relations Writing Art education (for biology and other majors) MASC 363 Electronic Media Writing I ARTE 353 Art and Perceptual Communication BIOL 151L Introduction to Biological Science MASC 375 Legislative Reporting Art history Laboratory I MASC 403 Advanced Reporting ARTH 103, 104 Survey of Western Art (for biology and other science majors) MASC 404 Specialized/Project Reporting ARTH 145, 146 Survey of Oriental Art BIOL 152 Introduction to Biological Science II MATH 490 Mathematical Expositions ARTH 207 Introduction to Non-Western Art (for biology and other science majors) MATH 530 History of Mathematics ARTH 270, 271 History of the Motion Picture BIOL 152L Introduction to Biological Science MATH 531 Expositions in Modern Mathematics Crafts Laboratory II PHIL 301 Mind and Reality CRAF 201-202 Metalsmithing (for biology and other science majors) PHIL 302 Reason and Knowledge CRAF 211-212 Jewelry PHIL 303 Philosophy of Language CRAF 221 Woodworking Techniques CRAF 241 Ceramics: Handbuilding 80 CHS Approved lists Spring2002 Final Registration CRAF 242 Ceramics: Wheelthrowing Approved list F – Literature Approved list J – Human behavior CRAF 251, 252 Introduction to Glassworking CRAF 261, 262 Beginning Textiles ENGL 201 Western World Literature I ANTH/INTL 103 Cultural Anthropology Dance and choreography ENGL 202 Western World Literature II ECON 101 Introduction to Political Economy DANC 105-106 Improvisation ENGL 203 British Literature I ECON 203 Introduction to Economics DANC 107 Contemporary Dance Perspectives ENGL 204 British Literature II GEOG 102 Introduction to Cultural Geography DANC 111-112 Ballet Technique I ENGL 205 American Literature I MASC 101 Mass Communications DANC 114, 214, 314, 414 Summer Dance ENGL 206 American Literature II PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology Workshops ENGL 211 Contemporary World Literature SOCY 101 General Sociology DANC/AFAM 121, 122 Tap Technique I ENGL 215 Readings in Literature SOCY 340 Self and Society DANC/AFAM 126, 127 African-Caribbean Dance I ENGL 216 Readings in Narrative SOCS 340 Human Sexuality DANC 141, 142 Ballroom Dancing ENGL 236/WMNS 236 Women in Literature WMNS 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies DANC 243 Dynamic Alignment ENGL 241 Shakespeare’s Plays DANC 291 Topics in Dance ENGL 291 Topics in Literature DANC 308 Dance History Approved list K – Urban environment DANC 313 Dance in World Cultures (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any Fashion design and merchandising Approved list G – Historical and cultural prerequisites.) FASH 290 Textiles for the Fashion Industry origins FASH 319 20th Century Fashions ANTH 391 Topics in Anthropology: Urban Anthropology Music ANTH 105 Introductory Archaeology CRJS 181 Justice System Survey APPM 300-level Private Instruction: Principal and FRLG/INTL 203 Language and Identity CRJS 305 Policing Theories and Practice Secondary Performing Mediums GEOG 312/ANTH 312 History of Human Settlement CRJS 352 Crime and Delinquency Prevention APPM 370 Large Ensembles (auditions required for HIST 101 Survey of European History I CRJS 468 Economic Offenses and Organized Crime some sections) HIST 102 Survey of European History II ECON 321/URSP 321 Urban Economics APPM 390 Small Ensembles (auditions required for HIST 105/AFAM 105 Survey of African History I ENGL 454 Cross-Cultural Communication all sections) HIST 106/AFAM 106 Survey of African History II ENVS 491 Topics in Environmental Studies: Ecology of MUSC 112 Synthesizer and Composition HIST 107 Survey of Asian History I Urban Environments MHIS 120 Introduction to Musical Styles HIST 108 Survey of Asian History II FREN 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing MHIS/AFAM 250 Introduction to African-American HIST 109 Survey of Latin American History I FRLG 490 Foreign Language Internship Music HIST 110 Survey of Latin American History II GEOG 311, 312/ANTH 311, 312 History of Human MHIS 280 Survey of 20th Century American Popular PHIL 103 Ancient Greek and Medieval Western Settlement Music Philosophy HIST 490 Seminar in History: Theater as History: Photography and film PHIL 104 Modern Western Philosophy Richmond During the Great Depression PHTO 233 Elements of the Moving Image RELS 311 Religions of the World I HUMS 291 Special Topics in the Humanities and Sculpture RELS 312 Religions of the World II Sciences: Discover Richmond SCPT 209 Introduction to Sculpture HUMS 391 Science Education in the Urban Theatre Environment Approved list H – American studies (United MASC 303 General Assignment Reporting THEA 103 Stagecraft THEA 104 Costume Construction States) MASC 403 Advanced Reporting THEA 211-212 Introduction to Drama MASC 404 Specialized/Project Reporting THEA 221 and 221L Basic Scene Design and AMST 394 Perspectives in American Studies MASC 439 Public Relations Campaigns Laboratory FRLG/INTL 204 Language and Groups in the United MASC 464 Electronic Media Writing III THEA 229 Introduction to Lighting Design States POLI 321 Urban Government and Politics THEA/AFAM 303 Black Theatre HIST 103 Survey of American History I PSYC 493 Fieldwork: Youth in Corrections HIST 104 Survey of American History II PSYC 493 Fieldwork: Mentoring Urban Youth C. Advance level courses open to both arts and POLI 103 U.S. Government SLWK 422 Social Welfare Legislation and Services non-arts majors. Some require special permis- RELS 334 Religion in Contemporary America SOCY 302 Contemporary Social Problems sion/audition. SOCY 321 Class, Status and Power SOCY 327 Urban Sociology Approved list I – Global studies SOCY 493 Field Research: Youth in Corrections Dance and choreography DANC 221, 222 Tap Technique II SPAN 402 Language Issues in the Spanish-Speaking GEOG 307, 308 World Regions World DANC 319, 320 Video/Choreography Workshop INTL 101 Human Societies and Globalization DANC 343 Body Imagery URSP 116 Introduction to the City INTL 330/SOCY 330 Global Societies: Trends and URSP 245 Housing and Community Revitalization Issues URSP 261 Design of the City MASC/INTL 151 Communications Technology and URSP 302/GEOG 302 Land Use Capability Global Society URSP 304 Urban Social Systems POLI 105/INTL 105 International Relations URSP 306/GEOG 306 Urban Economic Geography POLI 365/INTL 365 International Political Economy URSP 315 The Evolution of American Cities SOCY 430 Politics, Power, and Ideology URSP 316 Urban Life in Modern America URSP 340/GEOG 340/INTL 340 World Cities Outside of North America URSP 350/INTL 345/EUCU 345 Culture and Urbanism in Great Cities of the World VCU Schedule of Classes CHS Approved lists 81 College of Humanities and Sciences – Approved lists Students entering prior to fall 1997 Approved list A – Expository writing 417* Intellectual Life and Culture in 19th Century History (HIST) (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any Germany List 1 prerequisites.) 420 The Turn of the Century 103, 104 Survey of American History 421 The Postwar German Scene 342 Colonial America, 1585-1763 ENGL 302 Legal Writing Spanish (SPAN) 343 Two American Revolutions, 1763-1800 ENGL 304 Advanced Composition 330* Survey of Spanish Literature 344 Antebellum America: 1800-1860 ENGL 327/MGMT 327 Business and Technical Report 331* Survey of Latin American Literature 345 Civil War and Reconstruction Writing 430 Literary Genres 346 The Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1914 FREN 300, 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing 431* Literary Periods 347, 348 20th Century U.S. History GRMN 300, 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing (If using 330, 331 or 431 as pre-19th century MASC 303 General Assignment Reporting courses, check with instructor to see that major List 2 MASC 333 Public Relations Writing emphasis of course is prior to the 19th century.) 349, 350 American Military History MASC 363 Electronic Media Writing I 351, 352 History of the South MASC 392 Advertising Copywriting * Course content prior to the 19th century. 355 History of Virginia SPAN 300, 301 Advanced Grammar and Writing 357, 358 American Social History or 361, 362/AFAM 361, 362 Americans from Africa Two courses from other disciplines. See the Schedule Approved list C – European history 363 History of the American Urban Experience of Classes Writing Intensive course listing for stu- 365, 366 American Intellectual History dents entering Fall 1997 and after. Bachelor of science students may choose any of the 369, 370 American Constitutional and Legal courses shown on Lists 1 and 2 below. Also, in the Development sequences shown below, the first course is not a prereq- 374 History of the American Frontier Approved list B – Literature in English or uisite for the second course. For example, a student may 375, 376 American Diplomatic History foreign literature in English translation or take HIST 316 prior to HIST 315. upper-level 300-400 foreign literature in the Bachelor of arts students must choose a sequence of original language courses from List 1. Bachelor of arts students may not Approved list E – European culture and (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any use courses from List 2. Any two consecutively num- heritage prerequisites.) bered courses from List 1 constitute a sequence. The (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any two courses may be taken in any order. prerequisites.) Please note that this requirement calls for one of the two courses chosen to be in a literature prior to 1900. History (HIST) Art history (ARTH) Such courses will be shown with an asterisk. List 1 103, 104 Survey of Western Art Students who have not previously taken a high school 101, 102 Survey of European History European culture (EUCU) or college-level literature survey course may wish to fulfill 303 Greek Civilization 311 Classical Mythology this requirement with a sophomore-level survey course 304 Roman Civilization 345/INTL 345/URSP 350 Culture and Urbanism in such as ENGL 201 through 206. These courses will give 306 The Early Middle Ages Great Cities of the World students an extended survey of a number of works writ- 307/RELS 308 The High Middle Ages French (FREN) ten over a relatively long period of time. 308 Europe in Renaissance 320, 321 French Civilization and Culture I, II Students who have already taken survey courses may 309/RELS 309 The Reformation Geography (GEOG) wish to fulfill this requirement with an upper-level course 310 Europe in Absolutism and Enlightenment, 1648- 307 World Regions in English or foreign literature in English translation (FLET) 1815 334 Regional Geography of Europe or the original language excluding courses numbered 291, 311 The Zenith of European Power, 1815-1914 German (GRMN) 391 or 491 and ENGL 351/TEDU 351. These courses will 312 The Age of Total War: Europe, 1914-1945 320, 321 German Civilization I, II give students a more intensive experience with the litera- 313 Post-War Europe, 1945 to the Present History (HIST) ture of a particular age, genre or writer. 315, 316 History of France List 2 317, 318 History of Germany Literature in English (ENGL) 315, 316 History of France 319, 320 History of England English courses at the 200 level are recommended. 317, 318 History of Germany 321, 322 History of Russia However, any upper-level (300-400) literature courses 319, 320 History of England 323 History of Spain and Portugal excluding courses numbered 291, 391 or 491 and 321, 322 History of Russia Italian (ITAL) ENGL 351/TEDU 351 offered by or cross listed with 323 History of Spain and Portugal 305 Italian Conversation and Civilization the Department of English (excluding writing and lin- 325, 326/RELS 318, 319 History of the Jewish International studies (INTL) guistics courses) may be used to fulfill the require- People 345/EUCU 345/URSP 350 Culture and Urbanism in ment. English courses covering literature prior to the 327/RELS 327 History of Christianity Great Cities of the World 19th century are ENGL 201*, 203*, 205*, 241*, 320*, 329, 330 European Social History 352/POLI 352 European Government and Politics 321*, 322*, 335*, 361*, 371*, 372*, 400*, 401*, 331 Nazi Germany 354/POLI 354 Politics of the Former Soviet Union 402*, 403*, 407*, 409*, 410*, 411*, 414*, 415*, 336 Modern European Intellectual History Philosophy (PHIL) 416*, 423* and 424.* 337 The Origins of Modernism, 1880-1930 103 Ancient Greek and Medieval Western Philosophy 338 History of Socialism 104 Modern Western Philosophy Foreign literature in the original language Political science (POLI) French (FREN) 352/INTL 352 European Governments and Politics 330*, 331 Survey of Literature Approved list D – American history 354/INTL 354 Politics of the Former Soviet Union 430* The Middle Ages Religious studies (RELS) 431* The 16th Century Bachelor of science students may choose any of the 304 Introduction to Judaism 432* The 17th Century courses shown on Lists 1 and 2 below. Also, in the 407 Modern Jewish Thought 433* The 18th Century sequences shown below, the first course is not a prereq- Spanish (SPAN) 434* The 19th Century uisite for the second course. For example, a student may 320 Civilization of Spain I 435 The 20th Century take HIST 352 prior to HIST 351. Urban Studies (URSP) German (GRMN) Bachelor of arts students must choose a sequence of 350/INTL 345/EUCU 345 Culture and Urbanism in 330*, 331 Survey of Literature courses from List 1. Any two consecutively numbered Great Cities of the World 416* The Age of Goethe courses from List 1 constitute a sequence. The two courses may be taken in any order. 82 CHS Approved lists Spring2002 Final Registration Approved list F – Non-Western culture and Approved list G – Participatory and 350/AFAM 350 Studies in the Music of the African heritage nonparticipatory arts Continent and Diaspora (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any Music composition (MUSC) prerequisites.) Courses fulfilling this requirement are divided into par- 111 MIDI Programming and Synthesis ticipatory and nonparticipatory courses. Participatory 112 Synthesizer and Composition African-American studies (AFAM) courses are those primarily devoted to perfection of an 105, 106/HIST 105,106 Survey of African History artistic skill through studio work. Nonparticipatory courses * Auditions required for Orchestra, University Band, 200/ANTH 200 Introduction to African Societies are those primarily lecture and content oriented, with lit- Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Commonwealth 204 Africa in Transition tle or no studio work required, such as history of an art, Singers. No audition required for Choral Arts Society. † Audition required. 333/GEOG 333 Geography of Africa art criticism, aesthetics or music appreciation. 356/POLI 356/INTL 356 Government and Politics of Africa Participatory courses Painting and printmaking (PAPR) 357/POLI 357/INTL 357 Politics of Southern Africa Art education (ARTE) 155, 156 Drawing and Painting, Basic 387/HIST 387 History of West Africa 121-122 The Individual in the Creative Process Photography and film (PHTO) 388/HIST 388 Africa: Social, Cultural and Economic 301 Art for Elementary Teachers 233 Media Arts Survey History 353 Art and Perceptual Communication 243-244 Photography 389/HIST 389 History of Southern Africa 408 Two-Dimensional Arts Experiences 245 Design Photography I 392/HIST 392 The Caribbean to 1838 409 Three-Dimensional Art Experiences 301 Mass Communications Photography 393/HIST 393 Akenaton to Cleopatra Art foundation (ARTF) 305-306 The Zone System* Anthropology (ANTH) 101-102 Conceptualization and Presentation 341, 342 Concepts in Photography 103 Cultural Anthropology 121-122 Introduction to Drawing 345 Design Photography II* 200/AFAM 200 Introduction to African Societies Communication arts and design (CARD) 350 Intermediate Photography* 301 The Evolution of Man and Culture 191 Studio Topics in Communication Arts and Design 304/SOCY 304/WMNS 304 The Family Crafts (CRAF) * Prerequisite required. 305 Comparative Society 201-202 Metalsmithing 350/INTL 350 Peoples and Cultures of the World 211-212 Jewelry Sculpture (SCPT) 425 Religion, Magic and Witchcraft 221 Woodworking Techniques 209 Introduction to Sculpture Geography (GEOG) 241 Ceramics: Handbuilding Theatre (THEA) 308 World Regions 242 Ceramics: Wheelthrowing 103 Stagecraft 333/AFAM 333 Geography of Africa 251, 252 Introduction to Glassworking 104 Costume Construction History (HIST) 261, 262 Beginning Textiles 107, 108 Introduction to Stage Performance 105, 106/AFAM 105,106 Survey of African History Dance and choreography (DANC) 221 Basic Scene Design 107, 108 Survey of Asian History 105-106 Improvisation 229 Introduction to Lighting Design 109, 110 Survey of Latin American History 111-112 Ballet Technique I 325 Stage Management 301, 302/RELS 315, 316 The Ancient Near East 113 Ballet Technique I∆ 328 Modern Middle East 114 Summer Dance Workshop Nonparticipatory courses 378 History of Central America 121, 122/AFAM 121, 122 Tap Technique I Art history (ARTH) 379 The History of Modern Japan 126, 127/AFAM 126, 127 African-Caribbean Dance I 103, 104 Survey of Western Art 381 The Qing Dynasty: 1644 - 1912 141,142 Ballroom Dancing 145, 146 Survey of Oriental Art 382 China: The 20th Century 171,172 T’ai Chi 207 Introduction to Non-Western Art 384 Latin America and World Affairs 183 Introduction to Modern Dance Technique 270, 271 History of the Motion Picture 385 History of Mexico 211-212 Ballet Technique II∆ 300 Prehistoric and Ancient Art and Architecture 386 History of Brazil 221 Tap Technique II 301 Art and Architecture of Ancient North America 387/AFAM 387 History of West Africa 243 Dynamic Alignment 305 Classical Art and Architecture 388/AFAM 388 Africa: Social, Cultural and Economic 251 Jazz Technique II∆ 315 Renaissance Art and Architecture History 311-312 Ballet Technique III∆ 316 Northern Renaissance Art and Architecture 389/AFAM 389 History of South Africa 313 Dance in World Cultures* 317, 318 History of Architecture 392/AFAM 392 The Caribbean to 1838 319, 320 Video/Choreography Workshop† 320 Baroque and Rococo Art and Architecture 393/AFAM 393 Akhenaten to Cleopatra 343 Body Imagery* 325 19th Century Art and Architecture Philosophy (PHIL) 330 20th Century Art and Architecture 408/RELS 408 Indian Tradition * Recommended for upper-level students; dance 442 Architecture in Richmond 410/RELS 410 Chinese Tradition in Philosophy experience not required. 443 Folk Art of the United States 412/RELS 412 Zen Buddhism † Recommended for upper-level students with 444 Studies in the Art of the United States Political science (POLI) some experience in dance, film, video or photogra- 445 The Art of India 351/INTL 351 Governments and Politics of the Middle phy. 447 The Art of Southeast Asia East ∆ Open to non-dance majors who pass placement 449 Studies in Asian Art 353/INTL 353 Latin American Governments and Politics audition. 450 Art and Architecture of Mesoamerica 355/INTL 355 Asian Governments and Politics 451 Art and Architecture of Andean America 356/AFAM 356/INTL 356 Government and Politics of English (ENGL) 452 Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture Africa 305 Creative Writing: Genres 454 Studies in African and Oceanic Art 357/AFAM 357/INTL 357 Politics of Southern Africa 426/THEA 426 Advanced Playwriting 455 Aesthetics and Modern Theories of Art 452/INTL 452 Seminar in the Politics of Developing 435 Advanced Poetry Writing 456 Ideas and Criticism in Art Areas 437 Advanced Fiction Writing 457/WMNS 457 Women, Art and Society Religious studies (RELS) Interior design (IDES) 459 Studies in Aesthetics, Theory, and Criticism 311 Religions of the World 103-104 Introductory Studio Course of Art 315, 316/HIST 301, 302 The Ancient Near East Music (APPM) 470 History of Animated Feature Film 317 Islam 191-192 Class Lessons in Piano 471 Film Theory 320 Taoism 193 Class Lessons in Voice 472 History of Photography 408/PHIL 408 Indian Tradition 195 Class Lessons in Guitar 474 Studies in Film 410/PHIL 410 Chinese Tradition in Philosophy 300-level Private Instruction: Principal and Secondary 489 Topics in Advanced Art History 412/PHIL 412 Zen Buddhism Performing Mediums Communication arts and design (CARD) Sociology (SOCY) 370 Large Ensembles* 252 20th Century Visual Communications I 304/ANTH 304/WMNS 304 The Family 390 Small Ensembles† Dance and choreography (DANC) Spanish (SPAN) Music history, literature and theory (MHIS) 308 Dance History 321 Latin American Civilization I 105-106 Introduction to Writing Music Fashion design and merchandising (FASH) Women’s Studies (WMNS) 120 Introduction to Musical Styles 290 Textiles for the Fashion Industry 304/ANTH 304/SOCY 304 The Family 243 Music Appreciation 319 20th Century Fashions 250/AFAM 250 Introduction to African-American Interior design (IDES) Music 251, 252 Design in Historic Interiors and 280 Survey of 20th Century American Popular Music Architecture I, II VCU Schedule of Classes CHS Approved lists 83 Music history, language and theory (MHIS) 104/SOCY 104 Sociology of Racism Psychology (PSYC) 380 Survey of Music the Industry 305/SOCY 305/WMNS 305 Sociology of the Black 101 Introduction to Psychology is a prerequisite for all Photography and film (PHTO) Family upper-level psychology courses and is recommended as 374 Film Preproduction and Postproduction 307/RELS 307 Black Religion the basic course. With the completion of this prerequi- Theatre (THEA) 318/POLI 318/WMNS 318 Politics of Race, Class and site, all psychology 300 and 400-level courses may be 211-212 Introduction to Drama Gender used to fulfill this requirement excluding the following 300 The Enjoyment of Theatre 322/PSYC 322 Personality and Behavior of the courses: PSYC 317, 318, 451, 492, and 498-499. 303/AFAM 303 Black Theatre African American Religious studies (RELS) 307-308 History of the Theatre 343/POLI 343 Black Political Thought 101 Introduction to Religious Studies 309, 310 History of Costumes Anthropology (ANTH) 301 Introduction to the Old Testament 403, 404 History of Dramatic Literature ANTH 103 Cultural Anthropology is a prerequisite for 302 Introduction to the New Testament many ANTH courses and is recommended as the 307/AFAM 307 Black Religion basic course. With completion of any prerequisites, 311, 312 Religions of the World Approved list H – Ethics the following are recommended: 334 Religion in Contemporary America 301 The Evolution of Man and Culture 360/SOCY 360 Sociology of Religion (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any 311/GEOG 311 History of Human Settlement Sociology (SOCY) prerequisites.) 350/INTL 350 Peoples and Cultures of the World 101 General Sociology is a prerequisite for many sociolo- Economics (ECON) gy courses and is recommended as the basic course. Mass communications (MASC) 203 Introduction to Economics With the completion of any prerequisites, all sociology 290 Ethical Problems in Mass Media 210-211 Principles of Economics courses may be used to fulfill this requirement excluding Philosophy (PHIL) With completion of prerequisites, the following are the following courses: SOCY 320, 421, 492, and 493. 211 History of Ethics recommended: Social sciences (SOCS) 212 Ethics and Applications 306 Public Finance - Federal 303 Marriage and Family Relationships 213 Ethics and Health Care 321/URSP 321 Urban Economics 330 The Psychology and Sociology of Death 327 Ethical Theory 421 Government and Business 340 Human Sexuality Political science (POLI) 431 Labor Economics Women’s studies (WMNS) 341 History of Political Thought Educational studies (EDUS) 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies Religious studies (RELS) 300 Foundations of Education 304/ANTH 304/SOCY 304 The Family 340 Global Ethics and the World’s Religions 301 Human Development and Learning 305/AFAM 305/SOCY 305 Sociology of the Black Geography (GEOG) Family 102 Introduction to Cultural Geography 318/AFAM 318/POLI 318 Politics of Race, Class and Approved list J – Human behavior and 311, 312/ANTH 311, 312 History of Human Settlement Gender institutions 322 World Political Geography 333/SOCY 333 Sociology of Sex and Gender Political science (POLI) 334/SOCY 334 Sociology of Women (See course descriptions in the bulletin for any 103 U.S. Government and 201 Introduction to Politics 335/PSYC 335 Psychology of Women prerequisites) are recommended as basic courses. However, all politi- cal science courses may be used to fulfill this require- African-American studies (AFAM) ment excluding the following: POLI 320, 331, 334, 432, 103 Introduction to African-American Studies 448, 494, 498, and 499.
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