2019 Courses By GE Code

Here is a list of courses for the 2019 Summer quarter listed by the GE that they cover. Click [show] for each GE to see all available courses.

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WRIT 2-01 Rhetoric and Inquiry

WRIT 2-02 Rhetoric and Inquiry 

WRIT 2-03 Rhetoric and Inquiry (online)

WRIT 2-04 Rhetoric and Inquiry 

CC [show]

Session 1:

HAVC 188M Heritage, Memory, and Material Culture

LGST 100 Law and Politics of Memory

MUSC 81E Music and Resistance in the Latin World

POLI 65 Introduction to International Relations

Session 2:

ANTH 2 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

LGST 116 Comparative Law (online)

PHIL 22 Ethical Theory: Life is Strange

POLI 116 Comparative Law (online)

SOCY 15 World Society

ER [show]

Session 1:

CRES 115 Asian American Studies: Histories and Theories

EDUC 181 Race, Class, and Culture in Education

ENVS 147 Environmental Inequality/Environmental Justice

HAVC 144A Latin American Art and Visual Culture (online)

HIS 10B United States History 1877 to 1977 

HIS 134A Colonial Mexico

LALS 1 Introduction to Latin American and Latino Studies

Session 2:

CRES 10 Critical Race and Ethnic Studies: An Introduction

EDUC 140 Language, Diversity, And Learning

HIS 10A United States History to 1877

HISC 106 US Horror Film: Race, Capitalism, and Monsters

HAVC 127F The Politics of Exclusion: Asian American Visual Culture (online)

LGST 128I Race and Law

MUSC 11B Introduction to Jazz

SOCY 128I Race and Law

IM [show]

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CMPM 80K Foundations of Video Game Design

CRES 114 Race and Disability in American Drama

HISC 80-O Understanding Popular Music

LIT 155L Vampire Film

THEA 20 Introductory Studies in Acting

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FILM 136B History of Television

STEV 80G Self and Society Through Film

THEA 10 Introduction to Theater Design and Technology

THEA 20 Introductory Studies in Acting

MF [show]

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AMS 10 Mathematical Methods for Engineers I

LING 53 Semantics I

LING 101 Phonology I

MATH 3-01 Precalculus

MATH 11A Calculus with Applications

MATH 19A Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (online)

MATH 19B Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (online)

MATH 21-01 Linear Algebra

MATH 22 Introduction to Calculus of Several Variables

MATH 23A-01 Vector Calculus (online)

MATH 100-01 Introduction to Proof and Problem Solving


CMPE 16 Applied Discrete Mathematics

CMPS 12B Introduction to Data Structures

PHYS 6A Introductory Physics I


PHIL 9 Introduction to Logic (online)

Session 2:

AMS 20 Mathematical Methods for Engineers II

ECON 11B Mathematical Methods for Economists II

EART 11 Earthquakes (online)

MATH 3-02 Precalculus

MATH 11B Calculus with Applications

MATH 19A Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (online)

MATH 19B Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (online)

MATH 21-02 Linear Algebra

MATH 23A-02 Vector Calculus (online)

MATH 23B Vector Calculus

MATH 100-02 Introduction to Proof and Problem Solving

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ANTH 110I Cultures of Sustainability and Social Justice (online)


BIOE 125 Ecosystems of California (online) [also listed as ENVS 125]

ENVS 125 Ecosystems of California (online) [also listed as BIOE 125]

Session 2:

ENVS 25 Environmental Policy & Economics

ENVS 65 Introduction to Fresh Water: Processes and Policy (online)

Contemporary Art and Ecology

LIT 112K Herman Melville: Modern Epic: Reading Moby-Dick

SOCY 173X Water and Sanitation Justice (online)

PE-H [show]

Session 1:

ANTH 107B Methods And Research In Biological Anthropology: Stable Isotopes

ANTH 110Y Feeding California (online)

ARTG 80I Foundations of Play

ECON 1 Introductory Microeconomics: Resource Allocation and Market Structure

PSYC 1 Introduction to Psychology

SOCY 136 Social Psychology (online)

Session 2:

ECON 2 Introductory Macroeconomics: Aggregate Economic Activity


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Session 1:

ART 80T Digital Tools for Contemporary Art Practice (online)

HIS 60 Medical and Scientific Terminology (online)

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BME 80G Bioethics in the 21st Century: Science, Business, and Society (also listed as PHIL 80G)

FILM 189 Advanced Topics in Digital and Electronic Media Studies

LIT 61U Introduction to Speculative Fiction (online)

PR-C [show]

Session 1:

ART 20L Introduction to Drawing and Painting (online)

ART 26 Introduction to Printmaking

ART 105-01 3-D Printing, Laser Cutting and More (also listed as DANM 140)

ART 113 Illustrating Stories: Fantasy & Documentary Narratives

DANM 140-01 3-D Printing, Laser Cutting and More (also listed as ART 105)

ENVS 18 Natural History Illustration

FILM 150 Screenwriting

FILM 170A Fundamentals of Digital Media Production

KRSG 65W-02 Creative Writing (2 credit)

MUSC 5A-01 West Javanese Gamelan Ensemble: Beginning (2 credit)

MUSC 58 Songwriting Craft and Practice (2 credits)

PRTR 41I Improvisation

THEA 14 Drawing for the Theater


ARTG 132 3D Character Rigging and Animation for Video Games (online)

Session 2:

ART 20J Introduction to Drawing and Painting

ART 105-02 3-D Printing, Laser Cutting and More (also listed as DANM 140)

ART 132 Figure Painting

ART 152C View Camera Photography

ART 155 Photo Field Research Quarter (10 credit)

ARTG 91 Introduction to Game Art Production (online)

DANM 140-02 3-D Printing, Laser Cutting and More (also listed as ART 105)

FILM 20P Introduction to Production Technique

KRSG 65W-01 Creative Writing (2 credit)

MUSC 55 Rhythms of North India

PRTR 141W Improvisation Workshop

THEA 30 Introduction to Dance Theory and Technique

Special Session (June 24 - July 8):

LIT 179C Methods and Materials

PR-E [show]


CRWN 90 Start-up Entrepreneurship Academy (SEA)


ARTG 120 Game Design Experience

CMPM 120 Game Development Experience

PR-S [show]

Session 1:

KRSG 12A Service Learning (3 credit)

KRSG 63 Kresge Garden Cooperative (2 credit)


CMMU 105A Full Time Field Study

CMMU 105B Full Time Field Study

CMMU 105C Full Time Field Study

STEV 27 Service Learning (online)

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Session 1:

ANTH 1 Introduction to Biological Anthropology

CHEM 1A General Chemistry

EART 3 Geology of National Parks (online)

HIS 101D Topics in the World History of Science (online)

OCEA 1 The Oceans


PHYS 6C Introductory Physics III

Session 2:

ANTH 3 Introduction to Archaeology

LING 50 Introduction to Linguistics

METX 80E Aquatic Toxicology

SR [show]

Session 1:

AMS 5-01 Statistics

AMS 7-01 Statistical Methods for the Biological, Environmental, & Health Sciences

ECON 113-01 Introduction to Econometrics

OCEA 90 Fundamentals of Climate


PHYS 133 Intermediate Laboratory

Session 2:

AMS 5-02 Statistics

AMS 7-02 Statistical Methods For The Biological, Environmental, and Health Sciences

AMS 131 Introduction to Probability Theory

CMMU 30 Numbers for Social Justice

ECON 113-02 Introduction to Econometrics

HIS 59 History of the English Language (online)

PSYC 2 Introduction to Psychological Statistics

TA [show]

Session 1:

ANTH 100; History and Theory of Biological Anthropology(online)

CRWN 80F Science Fictions

HIS 100 Historical Skills and Methods

LIT 160M The War on Terror

LIT 167F Animals and Literature: Text, Tentacles, and Tails

PHIL 11 Introduction to Philosophy (online)

THEA 61C The Birth of the Modern: Drama and Performance After the Renaissance

Session 2:

HIS 139C Queer Pasts: A Radical Telling of LGBTQ History in the United States

HISC 80S War and the Media

LING 80K  Invented Languages, from Elvish to Esperanto (online)

LIT 102 Translation Theory

LIT 111D William Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Poetry

LIT 116G Victorian Monsters

POLI 4 Citizenship and Action

POLI 20 American Politics

Special Session: July 14-July 20

LIT 112C Charles Dickens: Barnaby Rudge  

American History and Institutions Requirement [show]

Session 1:

EDUC 164 Urban Education

HIS 10B United States History, 1877 to 1977

Session 2:

HIS 10A United States History to 1877

POLI 20 American Politics

POLI 120A Congress, President, and the Court in American Politics (Also offered as Legal Studies 120A. Students cannot receive credit for both courses.)