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Breadth Requirements

Effective 2013 Fall Quarter


In order to graduate, students must complete campus breadth requirements as determined by the Executive
Committee of the Bourns College of Engineering. While the College may revise the list of Breadth requirements on
an annual basis, student are allowed to satisfy the requirements with any course that was on the approved list at the
time the course was taken or was subsequently added.
Use the following pages to determine the courses that fulfill each area. Honors courses of all approved courses are
also eligible. Use the chart below to keep track of the breadth courses you have taken. Choose breadth courses in
consultation with your Academic Advisor.
ENGLISH COMPOSITION:
C or better is required to meet Graduation Requirement
Course
ENGL 001A or ENGL 01PA

Grade
_____

ENGL
ENGL 001B
001C or Alternate:
__________

_____
_____

HUMANITIES: 3 courses total (no overlap)


Area
Hum-A. World History
(One Course)
Hum-B. Fine Arts, Literature,
Philosophy or Religious Studies
(One Course)
Hum-C. Human Perspectives on
Science & Technology
(One Course)

SOCIAL SCIENCES: 3 courses total (no overlap)

Course

Grade

________

_____

________

________

_____

_____

Area
SS-A. Economics or Political
Science (One Course)
SS-B. Anthropology, Psychology
or Sociology (One Course)
SS-C. General Social Science
(One Course from SS-A, SS-B,
or SS-C)

Course

Grade

Econ 2
_______

_____

Psych 1
_______

_____

_______

_____

ETHNICITY: 1 course designated with on list


May overlap with a course above

UPPER DIVISION: 2 Upper Division (100-199) courses


Two courses; may overlap with courses above

Course
_________________

Course
1. _________________

Grade
_____

2. _________________

_____

Grade
_____

NATURAL SCIENCES: 4 courses total


Area
Sci-A. Biological Sciences (One
Course)
Sci-B. Physical Sciences (One
Course)
Sci-C. Additional Natural Sciences Courses
(Two courses from Sci-A, Sci-B;)
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Course

Grade

__________

______

__________

______

1. ________

______

Course

Grade

2.______

_____
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ENGLISH COMPOSITION: (UCR R6.1) C or better is required to meet Graduation Requirement


Course
ENGL 001A

Units Title
4 Beginning Composition

ENGL 001B

Intermediate Composition

ENGL 001C or Alternate*

Applied Intermediate Composition

Prerequisite
ELWR
C or better in ENGL 001A or
ENGL 01PA
C or better in ENGL 001B

* Please consult with your Academic Advisor regarding appropriate course selection. ENGR 180W Technical Communications is the required course in place of ENGL 001C for
Business Informatics, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering majors.

HUMANITIES: 3 courses total (UCR R6.3) One Course from each area
Hum-A. World History: One Course
Course
HIST 010
HIST 015
HIST 020

Units
4
4
4

Title
World History: Prehistory to 1500
World History: 1500 to 1900
World History: Twentieth Century

Prerequisite

Hum-B. Fine Arts, Literature, Philosophy or Religious Studies: One Course

Title
World Art: Images, Issues and Ideas
Modern Western Visual Culture
Arts of Asia
History of Western Art: Prehistoric to Byzantine
History of Western Art: Medieval to Renaissance
History of Western Art: Baroque to Modern
Introduction to Media Art
Introduction to Architecture and Urbanism
Art of Pre-Columbian America
Art and Architecture of Latin America
Berlin Metropolis in Literature, Film, Music, and Art (formerly
CPLT 110B/GER 110B)
Art and Society: Patrons and Museums

AHS 175

Industry and Alienation: Late Nineteenth Century American Art

AHS 178/URST 178

AHS 179

ART 135/MCS 135


ART 136/MCS 136
ART 168

4
4
4

The Modern City


Revolution, Reaction, and Revision: American Art between the
World Wars
Intermedia: Art, Media, and Culture
Installation and Site-Specific Art
Intermediate Digital Media: Interactive Technology

ART 180

Contemporary Issues and Practice

CLA 010A
CLA 010B
CLA 010C
CLA 040
CLA 100/HISE 110

4
4
4
4
4

Ancient Civilization: Early Greece and the Mediterranean


Ancient Civilization: Classical Greece
Ancient Civilization: Rome
Classical Mythology
Ancient Historians

CLA 102/CPAC 102

CLA 112/CPLT 112/RLST 117


CLA 113/CPAC 112/HISE 113
CLA 114/CPLT 114
CLA 120(E-Z)
CLA 121/CPAC 121/POSC 121
CLA 141/AST 145/CHN 141/CPAC
141/POSC 140
CLA 165
CPAC 133/HISE 114
CPAC 134/HIST 110
CPLT 015

4
4
4
4
4

Course
AHS 007
AHS 008
AHS 015
AHS 017A
AHS 017B
AHS 017C
AHS 020/MCS 023
AHS 021/URST 021
AHS 027
AHS 028
AHS 120/CPLT 111/EUR 111/GER
111/MCS 178
AHS 134/HISE 134

Units
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

4
4
4
4
4

Prerequisite

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
An Art History course or
upper-division standing

Upper division standing


An Art History course or
upper-division standing

Upper division standing


Consent of instructor
Digital art course
Any lower-division studio art
course

Upper division standing


Ancient Civilizations and Later Identities (Course satisfies Hum-B or SSUpper division standing
C and Upper Division)
Upper division standing
Mythology

Comparative Ancient Historical Writing


The Classical Tradition
Themes and Issues of the Classical World
Monarchy (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-C and Upper Division)
Militarism and Hegemony in the Ancient World (Course satisfies
Hum-B or SS-C and Upper Division)
Greco-Roman Cults and Credence
Ancient Writing and Literacy
History of Ancient Astronomy
Language, Literature, and Culture

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Upper-division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

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CPLT 017A, B, or C
CPLT 018
CPLT 025
CPLT 029
CPLT 110
CPLT 121
CPLT 123/WMST 123
CPLT 131/GER 131
CPLT 138/AHS 121/EUR 138/GER
138/MUS 182
CPLT 153
CPLT 163
CPLT 180(E-Z)
CPLT 181/FREN 181/MCS 181
CPLT 187/CRWT 187
CRWT 056
CRWT 176 (E-Z)
DNCE 128/ANTH 128/ AST 128/MUS
128/THEA 176

5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Masterworks of World Literature


The Nature of Narrative
Introduction to Science Fiction
The Arts: Approach, Comparison, and Culture
Literary Analysis and Criticism
Crossing Borders: Immigration, Migration, and Exile in Cinema

Transnational Feminist Film and Media


Marx, Nietzsche, Freud

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

From Expressionism to Epic Theatre: Benn, Brecht, Kafka, and the


Bauhaus

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Literature, Language, Relation


Nationalism and the Novel
Literature and Related Fields
Existentialism in Literature, Film, and Culture
Metafiction
Introduction to Creative Writing
The Craft of Writing

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

Performing Arts of Asia (Course satisfies only Hum-B and Upper Div)

Upper division standing

DNCE 130/ANTH 130

Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Dance (Course satisfies only Hum-B and


Upper Division)

Upper division standing

DNCE 171 (E-Z)/MCS 151 (E-Z)

Filmic Bodies

DNCE 173(E-Z)/MCS 153 (E-Z)

Digitized Bodies

MCS 020; upper-division


standing

ENGL 012A
ENGL 012B
ENGL 012C
ENGL 014
ENGL 015
ENGL 017
ENGL 020A
ENGL 020B
ENGL 101
ENGL 102
ENGL 104/MCS 104
ENGL 112
[] ETST 114
[] ETST 120
[] ETST 151
EUR 111A
EUR 111B
EUR 111C
EUR 119(E-Z)
MCS 120
MCS 154
MCS 177
MUS 002
MUS 006/ANTH 006
MUS 008
[] MUS 014/ETST 014/URST 014
MUS 118

4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Fiction
Introduction to Drama
Major American Writers
Modern Literature
Shakespeare
Introduction to British Literary Tradition
Introduction to American Literary Traditions
Critical Theory
Introduction to Critical Methods
Film and Media Theory
History of the English Language
Contemporary Latina Writing in the US
Contemporary Native American Literature
Contemporary Asian American Literature
Survey of Russian Civilization
Survey of Russian Civilization
Survey of Russian Civilization
Topics in Italian Culture
Major Figures in Film and Media
Media, Gender, and Violence
Indigenous Media
Introduction to Western Music

MUS 126/ANTH 177/WMST 126

[] MUS 127/ANTH 176/ETST 172/


DNCE 127
MUS 146
PHIL 001
PHIL 002
PHIL 003
PHIL 005

4
4
4
4
4
4

Introduction to World Music (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-B)


Popular Music Cultures of the US
Popular Music of the World
Music, Politics and Social Movements

Upper division standing

Upper division standing

Major in English or consent of


instructor

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

Upper division standing

Gender, Sexuality, and Music in Cross Cultural Perspectives (Course satisfies


Upper division standing
only Hum-B and Upper Division)

Music Cultures of Southeast Asia (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-C and


Upper Division)
Genealogy of Electronica
Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Ethics and the Meaning of Life
Evil

Upper division standing


Upper division standing

[] Course fulfills Hum-B and Ethnicity


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PHIL 006
PHIL 007
PHIL 008
PHIL 009
PHIL 010
PHIL 030(E-Z)
PHIL 107
PHIL 116

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

PHIL 124

Formal Logic

PHIL 130
PHIL 131
PHIL 132
PHIL 137

4
4
4
4

PHIL 139

PHIL 151
PHIL 153
PHIL 159
PHIL 161
PHIL 162
PHIL 163
PHIL 164
PHIL 165
PHIL 166
PHIL 167
PHIL 168/WMST 141
PHIL 173
RLST 002
RLST 005
RLST 007
[] RLST 012/ETST 012
[] RLST 012W/ETST 012W
RLST 014
RLST 015

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
4
4
5
4

Theory of Knowledge (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Div)


Twentieth-Century Analytical Philosophy
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Science (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Div)
Philosophy of Mathematics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and
Upper Division)
Existentialism
Marxist Critique
Philosophy of Religion
Ethics
Human Nature and Radical Evil
Political Philosophy
Justice
Philosophy of Law
Philosophy of Feminism
Biomedical Ethics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Division)
Ethics and Families
Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality
Introduction to Comparative Scripture
Introduction to Asian Religions
Introduction to Western Religions
Religious Myths and Rituals
Religious Myths and Rituals
Religion and Science
Death

RLST 100

The Problem of Religion

RLST 111
RLST 113
RLST 116
RLST 118
RLST 160/WMST 160

4
4
4
4
4

Islam
Topics in Modern Islam
Religion and Violence
The Problem of Evil: Understanding Evil and Its Manifestations
Women and Religion

RLST 170

Current Issues in Religious Ethics

RLST 174
RLST 175
RLST 176

4
4
4

SPN 012

SPN 155
THEA 050
THEA 066/CRWT 066/MCS 066
THEA 070
THEA 100
THEA 101
THEA 102
THEA 131
THEA 132
THEA 133
THEA 138

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

The Power of Nonviolence


Religion and Human Rights
Peace and War
Myths and Cultures of Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain:
Transatlantic Currents
The Generation of 1898
Public Speaking
Screenwriting: How Movies Work
Living Theatre
Play Analysis
Introduction to Design
Production Techniques for Theatre, Film, and Television
Sound Design for the Theatre
Lighting Design for Theatre, Film, and Television
Design for Theatre, Film, and Television
Art Direction for Film and Television

Reason, Belief, and Truth


Introduction to Critical Thinking (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C)

Introduction to Logic
Biomedical Ethics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C)
Language, Mind, and Reality
Introduction to the History of Philosophy
Languages and Minds
Business Ethics

1 Course in Philosophy
Upper division standing
CS/MATH 011 or CS/EE
120A or CS 150 or PHIL
1 Course in Philosophy
1 Course in Philosophy
Upper division standing
1 Course in Philosophy
PHIL 124 or one
mathematics course
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
1 Course in Philosophy
1 Course in Philosophy
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

C or better in ENGL001B

1 Religious Studies course or


upper-division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
1 lower-division course in
Religious Studies
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

SPN 110

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
THEA 102
THEA 101
THEA 101

[] Course fulfills Hum-B and Ethnicity


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THEA 145

Computer-Aided Design for Theatre, Film, and Television

THEA 102

THEA 155

Introduction to Digital Film Production

CRWT 066/MCS 066/THEA


066 or upper-division standing

THEA 156A
THEA 156B
THEA 157
[] WRLT 170/ETST 170

5
5
5
4

Digital Film Production


Digital Film Production
Introduction to Film Editing
Third World Literature

C or better in THEA 155


THEA 156A
Upper division standing

[] Course fulfills Hum-B and Ethnicity

Hum-C. Human Perspectives on Science & Technology: One Course


Course
GBST 001
HASS 023A
HASS 023C
HISE 135
HIST 103
HIST 104
HIST 105
HIST 106
HIST 107
HIST 108/ENGR 108
HIST 109/ENGR 109
HIST 110/CPAC 134
PHIL 007
PHIL 009
PHIL 130
PHIL 137

Units
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

PHIL 139

PHIL 167

Title
Global History, Culture, and Ideas
Concepts of the Physical Sciences through Science Fiction
Concepts of the Biological Sciences through Science Fiction
Absolutism and Enlightenment
History of Science from Antiquity to Copernicus
The Scientific Revolution
Science in the Modern World
Science in Triumph and Crisis
Disease and Society
Technology in Premodern Civilization
Technology in Modern Europe and America, 1700 to Present
History of Ancient Astronomy
Introduction to Critical Thinking (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C)
Biomedical Ethics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C)
Theory of Knowledge (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Div)
Philosophy of Science (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Div)
Philosophy of Mathematics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and
Upper Division)
Biomedical Ethics (Course satisfies Hum-B or Hum-C and Upper Division)

Prerequisite

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

1 Course in Philosophy
1 Course in Philosophy
PHIL 124 or one
mathematics course
Upper division standing

SOCIAL SCIENCES: 3 courses total (UCR R6.4)


1 course from SS-A, 1 course from SS-B, 1 course from SS-A, SS-B or SS-C

SS-A. Economics or Political Science: One course


Course
ECON 002
ECON 003
ECON 006/ENSC 006
ECON 060/ENGR 060

Units
5
5
4
4

Title
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Environmental Economics
Engineering Economics

ECON 102

Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON 103
ECON 119
ECON 123/HISA 123
ECON 124
ECON 129

5
4
4
4
4

Intermediate Macroeconomics
Law and Economics
American Economic History
World Economic History
Health Economics

ECON 143A /ENSC 143A

Environmental Economics

ECON 155/WMST 155


ECON 178/BUS 178
ECON 181
POSC 010
POSC 015
POSC 020
POSC 110
POSC 111
POSC 112
POSC 119
POSC 124

4
4
4
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4

Womens Labor and The Economy


International Trade
Economic Development: Theory and Policy
American Politics
Comparative Politics
World Politics
The Origins of Political Ideas
Democracy and the Social Contract
Modern Political Theory
Political Thinkers in Upper Division
International Relations

POSC 124S

International Relations

POSC 126

The Politics of International Trade, Finance and Development

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Prerequisites

MATH 009A
ECON 003 or 004 & MATH
008B or 009A or 022

ECON 002 or 004


ECON 002 or 003 or 004
ECON 002 & 003; or 004
ECON 002 & 003; or 004
ECON 102 or ECON 104A

ECON 003 or 004 &


MATH022 or equivalent
ECON 003 or 004
ECON 102 or 104A
ECON 002 & 003; or 004

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
POSC 020
POSC 20; upper division
standing
POSC 020

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POSC 127
POSC 135
POSC 154
POSC 182
POSC 186

4
4
4
5
5

International Environmental Politics


Ethics and International Politics
The Government and Politics of the European Community
Politics and Economic Policy
Regulation: A Political Perspective

POSC 020
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

SS-B. Anthropology, Psychology or Sociology: One course


Course
ANTH 001
ANTH 002
ANTH 003
ANTH 004
ANTH 005
ANTH 006/MUS 006
ANTH 012
ANTH 020
ANTH 104
ANTH 105/BUS 158

Units
4
5
4
4
5
4
4
4
4
4

Title

Prerequisites

Cultural Anthropology
Biological Anthropology
World Prehistory
World Civilizations
Introduction to Archaeology
Introduction to World Music (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-B)
Great Discoveries in Archaeology
Culture, Health and Healing
Human Social Organization
Organizations as Cultural Systems (SUMMER ONLY)

ANTH 107

Evolution of the Capacity for Culture

ANTH 108
ANTH 109/WMST 109
ANTH 110
ANTH 112

4
4
4
4

Anthropology of Global Media

Upper division standing


ANTH 001 or 002 or 003 or
relevant preparation in
psychology or biology
Upper division standing

Women, Politics and Social Movements: Global Perspectives

Upper division standing

ANTH 113

Prehistoric Agriculture

Upper division standing

Settlement Patterns and Locational Analysis

ANTH 003 or ANTH 005

Ancient Households and Communities

ANTH 001; ANTH 003 or


ANTH 005

ANTH 116
ANTH 118

4
4

Dating Methods in Archaeology and Paleoanthropology

ANTH 003 or ANTH 005

Origins of Cities

ANTH 001 or 003 or 005

ANTH 120

Language and Culture

ANTH 001, LING 020,


upper-division standing

ANTH 122
ANTH 123
ANTH 124
ANTH 125
ANTH 127
ANTH 129
ANTH 132
ANTH 133
ANTH 134
ANTH 135
ANTH 138

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Economic Anthropology

ANTH 001 & ECON 001

Linguistic Anthropology

LING 020

ANTH 139

Change and Development

ANTH 140E
ANTH 140F
ANTH 140G
ANTH 140I

4
4
4
4

Ethnology of the Greater Southwest

Upper division standing


ANTH 001 or 003 or 005;
upper-division standing
Upper division standing

California Indian Peoples

Upper division standing

Anthropological Perspectives in Africa

Upper division standing

Cultures of Southeast Asia

ANTH 001 or equivalent

ANTH 140J

The Andes, Past and Present

ANTH 001, upper-division


standing

ANTH 140O
ANTH 140P
ANTH 140S
ANTH 140T

4
4
4
4

An Anthropology of Mexicans of the Southwest United States

Upper division standing

Cultures of the Pacific

ANTH 001

The Peoples of Mexico in Historical and Global Perspective

Upper division standing

Agriculture and Rural Society in Mexico: Past and Present

Upper division standing

Ritual and Religion


Kinship Organization

ANTH 001

Political Anthropology

ANTH 001

Human Evolutionary Ecology

ANTH 001

Cultural Ecology

Upper division standing

Anthropology and International Development

ANTH 001

Anthropology of Resource Management

ANTH 001

Nutritional Anthropology
Class and State Formation

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upper-division standing in
Anthropology; consent of
instructor
upper-division standing in
Anthropology; consent of
instructor
Upper division standing

ANTH 141

Database Design for Anthropology

ANTH 142

Geographic Information Systems for Anthropology

ANTH 143/WMST 185


ANTH 144
ANTH 146/ PSYC 146
ANTH 147/WMST 140
ANTH 149/WMST 149

4
4
4
4
4

Gender, Race, and Medicine

ANTH 150

Human Microevolution

ANTH 152
ANTH 153
ANTH 155
ANTH 156
ANTH 158

4
4
4
4
4

ANTH 159

Demographic Anthropology

ANTH 160
ANTH 161/LNST 161
ANTH 162
ANTH 163
ANTH 165
ANTH 167/LING 167
[] ANTH 168/ETST 148/LNST 168

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

ANTH 169/GBST 169

From the Maghreb to the Middle East

ANTH 170
ANTH 173
[] ANTH 176/AST 127/DNCE 127/
ETST 172/MUS 127
ANTH 179
ANTH 182
ANTH 186/LNST 166

4
4

Ethnobotany

ANTH 187

Anthropology of Risk

PSYC 001

Introductory Psychology

PSYC 002

Introductory Psychology

PSYC 013

Skepticism and Pseudoscience in Psychology

C- or better in ENGL 001A

PSYC 110

The Brain and Behavior

C- or better in: BIOL 002 or


003 or 005A or BIOL 034

PSYC 112

Neural Mechanisms of Animal Behavior

PSYC 115

Drugs and Behavior

PSYC 117

Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Consciousness

PSYC 120/CBNS 120


PSYC 121/CBNS 121

4
4

Cellular Neuroscience: Membrane and Synaptic Phenomena

C- or better in CBNS 106 or


C- or better in PSYC 110
C- or better in CBNS 106 or
C- or better in PSYC 110
C- or better in CBNS 106 or
C- or better in PSYC 110
CBNS 106

Developmental Neuroscience

CBNS 106

4
4
4
4

Hunters and Gatherers


Primate Social Behavior

ANTH 002 or PSYC 002

Reproduction: Policies, Politics, and Practices

Upper division standing

Gender, Kinship, and Social Change

Evolution of the First Hominids

WMST 001
ANTH 002; relevant
preparation in the life
sciences
ANTH 002

Evolution of the Genus Homo

ANTH 002

Human Osteology

consent of instructor

Advanced Osteology

ANTH 155

Biological Approaches to Medical Anthropology

Political Economy of Health

ANTH 002
ANTH 001 or 002 or 003 or
005
Upper division standing

Indigenous People and the State in Latin America

ANTH 001

Culture and Medicine


Transnational and Global Communities

Upper division standing

Cognitive Anthropology
Structural/Descriptive Linguistics

LING 020

Caribbean Culture and Society

Upper division standing


ANTH 001 or GBST 001 or
GBST 002
BIOL 104/BPSC 104

Social Meaning of Space


Music Cultures of Southeast Asia (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-B and
Ethnicity and Upper Division)
Gender, War, and Militarism

Upper division standing

Anthropology of Human Rights

Upper division standing

People and the Environment in Latin America

Upper division standing


ANTH 001; upper-division
standing
Enrollment Priority given to
PSYC majors & Social
Relations majors
Enrollment Priority given to
PSYC majors & Social
Relations majors

Upper division standing


Upper division standing

[] Course fulfills SS-B and Ethnicity


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PSYC 124/CBNS 124

Systems Neuroscience

C- or better in CBNS 106

PSYC 125/CBNS 125

Neuropharmacology

CBNS 120/PSYC 120;


previous or concurrent
enrollment in CBNS
120L/PSYC 120L and
CBNS 124/PSYC 124
recommended

PSYC 126/CBNS 126

Neuroscience of Learning and Memory

CBNS 106 or PSYC 110

PSYC 127/CBNS 127

Behavioral Control Systems

CBNS 120/PSYC 120;


CBNS 124/PSYC 124
strongly recommended

PSYC 129

Human Neuropsychology

C- or better in one of the


following courses: CBNS
106, PSYC 110, PSYC 132,
PSYC 134, PSYC 135

PSYC 130

Fundamentals of Learning and Conditioning

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012

PSYC 131

Computational and Mathematical Models in Cognitive Science

PSYC 132

Perception

PSYC 133

Human Factors

PSYC 134

Cognitive Processes

PSYC 135

Psycholinguistics

PSYC 138

Sensory Exotica: The Secret Perceptual Skills of Animals and Humans.

PSYC 140

Social Psychology

PSYC 142

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

PSYC 148

Topics in Social Psychology

PSYC 149

Psychology of Happiness and Virtue

PSYC 150

Personality

PSYC 152

Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 153

Introduction to Clinical Psychology

PSYC 155

Personality Assessment

Updated 2/11/2015. Subject to change without notice. Effective begining Spring 2013

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 & PSYC
012
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better in one of the
following courses: PSYC
132 or PSYC 134
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012 & PSYC 132
PSYC 001, PSYC 002,
PSYC 011, PSYC 012 with
grades of "C-"
PSYC 002
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012 & PSYC 140
PSYC 001 and PSYC 002
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011, PSYC
012, PSYC 150 & PSYC 152

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012 & PSYC 150

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C- or better in the following


courses: PSYC 001, PSYC 002,
PSYC 011, PSYC 012; PSYC
140 or PSYC 150 (pref. both)

PSYC 158

Person Perception

PSYC 160

Life Span Development

PSYC 161

Socioemotional and Personality Development

PSYC 162

Biological Issues in Development

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012

PSYC 163

Cognitive Development

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012
C- or better in PSYC 001,
PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012

PSYC 164

Emotional and Behavioral Disorders of Childhood

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012, PSYC 152 &
PSYC 160

PSYC 165A

The Cultural Bases of Human Development

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012

PSYC 165B

The Development of Immigrant and Ethnic Minority Youth

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012 & PSYC 160

PSYC 166

Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011,
PSYC 012 & PSYC 160

[] PSYC 167/ETST 167


PSYC 168

4
4

Psychological Development of Black Children

PSYC 002

Psychological Aspects of the Black Experience

PSYC 002

PSYC 169

Topics in Developmental Psychology

C- or better in PSYC 001,


PSYC 002, PSYC 011 &
PSYC 012; PSYC 160

PSYC 171

Psychology of Gender

PSYC 175

Psychology and Law

PSYC 178

Health Psychology

PSYC 179

Health and Behavior Change

SOC 001
SOC 002J
SOC 002M
SOC 002S
SOC 004
SOC 010/URST 010
SOC 018
SOC 020
SOC 021
SOC 028
SOC 030
SOC 031

4
4
4
4
5
4
4
5
4
4
4
4

Introduction to Sociology
Juvenile Delinquency (formerly SOC 041)
Introduction to Criminology (formerly SOC 040)
Sociological Foundations (formerly SOC 15)
Methods of Sociological Inquiry
The City: An Introduction
Introduction to Global Change and Inequality
American Society
Technology, Society, and Culture
Introduction to the Sociology of Gender
Identity and Society
Couples and Families

C- or better in PSYC 012


C- or better in LWSO 100 or
C- or better in PSYC 001 &
PSYC 002
HNPG 042K or PSYC 002
or SOC 001
C- or better in: HNPG 042K
or PSYC 002 or PSYC 178
SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001

[] Course fulfills SS-B and Ethnicity


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SOC 036
SOC 112
SOC 120
SOC 122

5
4
4
5

Inequality in American Society


Sociology of the Labor Movement
Human Social Institutions
Social Change

SOC 123

Human Societies

SOC 125
SOC 126
[] SOC 128/ETST 128

4
4
4

Evolutionary Sociology

SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001
C or better in SOC 001 or
ANTH 001; C or better in
SOC 004 and SOC 005
SOC 001

Primate Societies

SOC 001

Chicano Sociology

SOC 133

Inequality and Social Class

SOC 134
SOC 135
SOC 136
SOC 137
SOC 138/MCS 133
SOC 139/MCS 139

4
4
4
4
4
4

Law, Race, Class, Gender, and Culture

Upper division standing


C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005
SOC 001

Conflict

SOC 001

Asian Americans

SOC 001

Population
The Effects of Mass Media (Course satisfies SS-B or SS-C and Upper Div)
Mass Media & Popular Culture (Course satisfies SS-B or SS-C & Upper Div)

SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001

SOC 140

The Sociology of Women

SOC 141

Men and Masculinity

SOC 142

Sociology of the Family

SOC 143/URST 143

Urban Sociology

SOC 144

Family Violence

[] SOC 145/ETST 145

Law and Subordination

Upper-division standing in
Ethnic Studies or Sociology;
ETST 128/SOC 128

SOC 147

Corrections

SOC 001; enrollment priority


given to SOC majors, Law and
Society majors

SOC 149

Organized Crime

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005

SOC 150
SOC 151
SOC 156
SOC 157
SOC 158

4
4
4
4
4

The Sociology of Economic Organizations


Formal Organizations
Community
Social Networks
Sociology of Religion

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001

SOC 159

Sociology of Law

C or better in SOC 001 & SOC


004

SOC 160
SOC 161
SOC 162
SOC 163
SOC 164
SOC 165

5
4
4
4
4
4

Sociology of Education
Immigration and Society
Linguistic Diversity in the United States
Social Forces and the Educational Condition of Chicanas/os
Racial and Ethnic Diversity Issues in Higher Education
Sociolinguistics and the Chicana/o Community

SOC 168

Development of Sociological Theory

C or better in SOC 001;


enrollment priority given to
SOC majors

SOC 169

Modern Sociological Theory

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005; enrollment
priority given to SOC majors

SOC 171

Alternatives to Bureaucratic Organizations

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005; enrollment
priority given to SOC majors

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005
SOC 001
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005

Upper division standing


SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001
SOC 001; SOC 160 or 163

SOC 001

[] Course fulfills SS-B and Ethnicity

Updated 2/11/2015. Subject to change without notice. Effective begining Spring 2013

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C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005

SOC 173

Social Psychology: Sociological Orientation

SOC 174

Socialization and Personality

SOC 175

Social Roles and Interaction

SOC 176/BUS 176

The Sociology of Work in Organizations

SOC 001
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005; SOC 173 or
SOC 174 or SOC 175

SOC 178

Sociology of Emotions

SOC 179

Social Movements and Collective Action (formerly SOC 183G)

SOC 180

Deviance and Control

SOC 181

World-Systems and Globalizations

SOC 182/URST 182

Urban Problems

SOC 184

Environmental Sociology

C or better in SOC 001 & SOC


004; enrollment priority given
to SOC majors

C or better in SOC 001, SOC


004 and SOC 005; SOC 168
or 169
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005
Upper division standing
C or better in SOC 001, SOC
004 and SOC 005

SS-C. General Social Science: One course chosen from SS-A, SS-B or SS-C
Title

Prerequisites

Course
[] ETST 001
[] ETST 002
[] ETST 003
[] ETST 005
[] ETST 007
[] ETST 102
[] ETST 106

Units
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

[] ETST 109I

The Black Diaspora: Cultural, Political, and Historical Connections

[] ETST 131
[] ETST 172/AST 127/ANTH 176/ DNCE
127MUS 127

CPAC 102/CLA 102

CPAC 121/CLA 121/POSC 121


CPAC 132/AST 132/CHN 132/CLA 132
CPAC 141/AST 145/CHN 141/CLA
141/POSC 140
GBST 110
PBPL 170/ENGR 170
PBPL 171/ENGR 171
WMST 001
WMST 010
WMST 100
WMST 109/ANTH 109
WMST 161

4
4

Race, Class, and Gender


Music Cultures of Southeast Asia (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-B and
Upper division standing
Ethnicity and Upper Division)
Ancient Civilizations and Later Identities (Course satisfies Hum-B or SSUpper division standing
C and Upper Division)
Monarchy (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-C and Upper Division)
Upper division standing
Medical Traditions in China and Greece
Upper division standing
Militarism and Hegemony in the Ancient World (Course satisfies Hum-B
Upper division standing
or SS-C and Upper Division)
Global Migrations and Movements
GBST 001 or GBST 002
Technology, Policy, and Ethics
Upper-division standing
Globalization
Junior standing
Gender and Sexuality
Women and Culture
Gender Theory
Upper division standing
Women, Politics and Social Movements: Global Perspectives
Upper division standing
Gender and Science
WMST 001

4
4
4
4
4
5
4
4
4

Introduction to the Study of Race and Ethnicity


Introduction to Chicano Studies in Comparative Perspective
Introduction to African American Studies in Comparative Perspective
Introduction to Asian American Studies in Comparative Perspective
Introduction to Native American Studies in Comparative Perspective
The Political Economy of Race and Class
Theory in Asian American Studies

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
ETST 003; Upper division
Standing
Upper division standing

[] Course fulfills SS-C and Ethnicity

ETHNICITY Option 1: One Course


One of the following courses can be chosen to simultaneously fulfill Ethinicity and HUM-B
RLST 012/ETST 012
4 Religious Myths and Rituals
RLST 012W/ETST 012W
4 Religious Myths and Rituals
MUS 014/ETST 014/URST 014
4 Popular Music of the World
ETST 114
4 Contemporary Latina Writing in the US
ETST 120
4 Contemporary Native American Literature
ETST 151
4 Contemporary Asian American Literature
WRLT 170/ETST 170
4 Third World Literature

Updated 2/11/2015. Subject to change without notice. Effective begining Spring 2013

C or better in ENGL001B
Upper division standing
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

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ETHNICITY Option 2: One Course


One of the following courses can be chosen to simultaneously fulfill Ethinicity and SS-C
ETST 001
4 Introduction to the Study of Race and Ethnicity
ETST 002
4 Introduction to Chicano Studies in Comparative Perspective
ETST 003
4 Introduction to African American Studies in Comparative Perspective
ETST 005
4 Introduction to Asian American Studies in Comparative Perspective
ETST 007
4 Introduction to Native American Studies in Comparative Perspective
ETST 102
4 The Political Economy of Race and Class
ETST 106
4 Theory in Asian American Studies
ETST 109I
4 The Black Diaspora: Cultural, Political, and Historical Connections
ETST 131
4 Race, Class, and Gender
ANTH 168/ETST 148/LNST 168
4 Caribbean Culture and Society
Music Cultures of Southeast Asia (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-B and
ANTH 176/AST 127/DNCE 127/ ETST
4 Ethnicity and Upper Division)
172/MUS 127
Music Cultures of Southeast Asia (Course satisfies Hum-B or SS-C and
MUS 127/ANTH 176/ETST 172/ DNCE
4 Upper Division)
127
PSYC 167/ETST 167
4 Psychological Development of Black Children
SOC 128/ETST 128
4 Chicano Sociology

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
ETST 003; Upper division
Upper division standing
Upper division standing

SOC 145/ETST 145

Upper-division standing in
Ethnic Studies or Sociology;
ETST 128/SOC 128

Law and Subordination

Upper division standing


Upper division standing
PSYC 002
Upper division standing

NATURAL SCIENCES: 4 courses total (UCR R6.2)


Sci-A.Biological Science: One course
Course
BIOL 002
BIOL 003
BIOL 005A & BIOL 05LA

Units Title
4 Cellular Basis of Life
4 Organisms in Their Environment
5

Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology

Prerequisites
BIOL 05LA (may be taken
concurrently); C- or better in
CHEM 001A & 01LA

Sci-B. Physical Science: One course


Course

Units Title

CHEM 001A & CHEM 01LA

General Chemistry

CHEM 001B & CHEM 01LB

General Chemistry

CHEM 001C & CHEM 01LC

General Chemistry

PHYS 040A

General Physics

PHYS 040B

General Physics

PHYS 040C

General Physics

Prerequisites

C- or better in MATH 005 or


concurrent enrollment in
MATH 008B or 009A
C- or better in CHEM 001A
& 01LA
C- or better in CHEM 001B
& 01LB
C- or better in MATH 008B
or 009A; MATH 009B (may
be taken concurrently)
MATH 009C (may be taken
concurrently); C- or better in
PHYS 040A
MATH 009C; C- or better in
PHYS 040B

Sci-C. Additional Natural Science Courses: Two additional courses chosen from Sci-A or Sci-B listed above.
* Business Informatics students ONLY may also choose from the following to satisfy Sci-C:
Course
Units Title
GEO 001
4 The Earths Crust and Interior
ENSC 001
4 Intro to Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources

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Prerequisites

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