Interdepartmental Programs—Samples

Below is a sample list of recently approved Interdepartmental Majors and Minors. Please select a title to see details. Please note that creating a major or minor that has been approved in the past does not necessarily mean your program will be approved. Consult with an advisor in our office before submitting a proposal. 

Majors:

Minors:

Artistic and Mathematical Space
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • MTH 265 Functions of a Real Variable
  • SA 396 Senior Seminar I
  • SA 397 Senior Seminar II
  • MTH 215 Fractals and Computer Graphics
  • MTH 250 Introduction to Geometry
  • MTH 240 Introduction to Topology
  • MTH 248 Graph Theory
  • SA 222A Advanced Painting
  • SA 391W Independent Study: Origami Design
  • MTH 391W Independent Study: Mathematical Intuition

Supplementary Courses:

  • MTH 200 Proofs and Fundamentals
  • MTH 235 Linear Algebra
  • MTH 395 Research: Mathematics of Origami
  • MTH 393 Honors Thesis/Senior Project

Astrobiology
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • AST 241 Astrophysics I
  • AST 232 Milky Way Galaxy
  • BIO 263W Ecology
  • BIO 266 Tree of Life
  • CHM 203 Organic Chemistry I
  • EES 201 Evolution of the Earth
  • EES 218W Chemistry of Global Change
  • EES 255 Planetary Science
  • PHY 235W Classic Mechanics
  • PHY 237 Quantum Mechanics of Physics

Supplementary Courses:

  • CHM 207 Organic Chemistry Lab I
  • MTH 281 Fourier Analysis with Partial Differential Equations

Bioinformatics
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • BIO 198 Principles of Genetics
  • BIO 250 Introduction to Biochemistry
  • BIO 253 Computational Biology
  • IND 395W Independent Study
  • MTH 201 Introduction to Probability
  • MTH 202 Introduction to Stochastic Processes
  • MTH 218 Introduction to math Models in the Life Sciences
  • CSC 161 Art of Programming
  • CSC 172 Sceince of Data Structure
  • CSC 212 Human-Computer Interaction

Supplementary Courses:

  • STT 211 Applied Statistics for the Social Sciences I
  • BIO 395W Independent Research
  • MTH 165 Linear Algebra with Differential Equations

Chinese Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • CHI 102 Elementary Chinese II
  • CHI 202 Advanced Intermediate Chinese I
  • CHI 203 Advanced Intermediate Chinese II
  • CHI 204 Advanced Chinese I (study abroad course)
  • CHI 205 Advanced Chinese II (study abroad course)
  • Chinese Philosophy and Modern China (study abroad course)
  • CHI 232 Asian Calligraphy
  • CHI 391 Politics and Science in China
  • HIS 183 Modern China
  • HIS 283 Political Economics of China

Supplementary Courses:

  • CHI 114 Conversational Chinese

Computer Information Systems
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • CSC 171 Computer Programming
  • CSC 172 Data Structures
  • CSC 173 Computation and Formal Systems
  • CSC 252 Computer Organization
  • CSC 256 Operating Systems
  • CSC 257 Computer Networking
  • CSC 290C Introduction to Database Systems
  • CIS 215 Management Information Systems
  • CIS 225 Data Management
  • ECO 251 Industrial Organization

Supplementary Courses:

  • BSI 241 Fundamentals of Personal Administration
  • FIN 205 Financial Management
  • ECO 207 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECO 230 Economic Statistics

Contemporary American Society
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • HIS 148 Recent America, 1929-1980
  • HIS 268 American Thought: 1865-1990
  • HIS 390 Vietnam War Seminar (transfer credit)
  • PHL 223W Social and Political Theory
  • PSC 220 Social Movements in the U.S.
  • PSC 237 Domestic Social Policy
  • PSC 281 Formal Models in Political Science
  • PSY 161 Social Psychology and Individual Differences
  • PSY 262W Human Motivation and Emotion
  • SOC 205 Microsociology

Supplementary Courses:

  • PSC 101 Introduction to American Politics (transfer credit)
  • MUS 141D The Blues
  • PSY 171 Social and Emotional Development
  • PSY 278 Adolescent Psychology

Critical Foundations of Political and Social Thought
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • PHL 308 Morality and War
  • PSC 200 Applied Data Analysis
  • PSC 288 Game Theory
  • PSC 391 Independent Study
  • Patterns of Power (study abroad course)
  • Modern British Political History (study abroad course)
  • PSC 267W Identity, Ethnicity and Nationalism
  • PSC 272 Theories of International Relations
  • CLT 281B Psychoanalysis and Literature
  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research

Cultural Consumerism
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research
  • ANT 225 Social Uses of Media
  • ANT 245 American Culture
  • ANT 391 Ethnographic Approach to Marketing
  • LIN 105 Language in Advertising
  • PSY 364W Independent Study
  • Management and Organization Analysis (study abroad course)
  • MKT 203 Principles of Marketing
  • MKT 213 Marketing Projects
  • HIS 252 Cultural History of the U.S.: 1876-Present
  • HIS 361 Socioeconomic Development in the Atlantic World

Supplementary Courses:

  • STT 211 Applied Statistics for Social Science
  • FMS 205 Introduction to Digital Art
  • ECO 207 Intermediate Microeconomics

Cultural Identities
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • MUR 122 History of Jazz
  • MUR 141 The Blues
  • ENG 228 Literature of the Harlem Renaissance
  • ENG 250 Representation of Race
  • ENG 250 Asian American Fiction
  • ANT 191Q Cultural Anthropology
  • REL 226 Martin and Malcom in America
  • AH 274 Cultural History of American Architecture
  • JST 220 Yiddish Literature
  • PSC 282W Art and Politics

Supplementary Courses:

  • IND 391 Independent Study

Environmental Policy
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • ANT 278W Birth and Death II: Making Populations Healthy
  • ANT 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • BIO 104K Ecosystem Conservation and Human SOciety
  • CHE 150 Green Engineering
  • EES 318W Environmental Decisions
  • PHL 230 Environmental Justice
  • PSC 247 Green Markets
  • PSC 243 Environmental Politics
  • EDU 391 Independent Study

Supplementary Courses:

  • DAN 214 Community, Earth and Body
  • AAS 277 Energy Resources and Utilization
  • EES 103 Introduction to Environmental Science

Global Studies in Sustainability
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • CHE 150 Green Engineering
  • ED 332 China's Developmental and Environmental Challenges (study abroad course)
  • EES 219W Energy and Mineral Resources
  • EES 319W Energy Decisions
  • PSC 243 Environmental Politics
  • PSC 294 International Political Economy
  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research
  • ANT 226 Culture and COnsumption
  • ANT 280K Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Transportation
  • CHE 150 Green Engineering for a Sustainable Environment
  • EC 321 Indian Microeconomic Development (study abroad course)

Health Statistics
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • STT 211 Applied Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • STT 216 Applied Statistics II
  • STT 277 Computing: Introduction to Statistical Software
  • STT 278 Methods of Data Analysis
  • STT 221W Sampling Techniques
  • PH 103 Concepts in Epidemiology
  • BST 463 Introduction to Biostatistics
  • BST 465 Clinical Trial Design
  • HIS 305W American Health Policy and Statistics
  • PHL 228 Public Health Ethics

Supplementary Courses:

  • PH 101 Introduction to Public Health I
  • PH 102 Introduction to Public health II
  • HLS 116 Introduction to the U.S. Health System

Holistic Health Studies

Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • BIO 203 Mammalian Anatomy
  • BIO 204 Mammalian Physiology
  • BIO 110 Principles of Biology I
  • BIO 111 Principles of Biology II
  • BCS 151 Perception and Action
  • PSY 262W Human Motivation and Emotion
  • PSY 283 Behavioral Medicine
  • DANCE 211 T'Aichi: Explorations in Qi
  • STT 211 Applied Statistics for the Social Sciences I
  • HIS 208W Health, Medicine and Social Reform

Integrative Neurobiology
Division: Natural Sciences

Core Courses:

  • BIO 198 Principles of Genetics
  • BIO 203 Mammalian Anatomy
  • BIO 205 Evolution
  • BIO 247 Environmental Animal Physiology
  • BIO 260 Animal Behavior
  • BIO 263 Ecology
  • BCS 172 Development of Mind and Brain
  • BCS 183 Animal Minds
  • BCS/NSC 244 Neuroethology
  • BCS/NSC 249 Developmental Neurobiology

Supplementary Courses:

  • CSP 391 Independent Study: Biological Effects of Color on Attraction
  • BCS 240/NSC 201 Basic Neurobiology

International Health and Society
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 278 Birth and Death II
  • HIS 287 International and Global Health
  • HLS 116W Introduction to Community Medicine
  • PH 101 Introduction to Public Health I
  • PH 102 Introduction to Public Health II
  • PHL 228 Public Health Ethics
  • PSC 274 International Political Economy
  • SOC 262W Medical Sociology
  • HIS 314W International Human Rights
  • HLS 393 Honors Research
  • HLS 398 Honors Thesis
  • HLS 216 Peer health Advocacy
  • PHL 103 Contemporary Moral Problems
  • PSC 106 Introduction to International Relations

International Social Entrepreneurship
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • LAW 205 Business Law
  • CSP 161 Social Psychology and Individual Difference
  • IR 270W Mechanisms of International Relations
  • ANT 310K Social Networking Theory and Entrepreneurship I
  • ANT 311K Social Networking Theory and Entrepreneurship II
  • CAS 391 Global Entrepreneurship
  • CAS 391 Entrepreneurship and E-Commerce
  • IR 225 International Negotiations
  • ECO 207 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • IR 272 Theories of International Relations

Supplementary Courses:

  • PSC 106 Introduction to International Relations
  • ENG 134 Public SPeaking
  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting

Islam and the Modern World
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ANT 264 Islam and Global Politics
  • ARA 102 Elementary Arabic II
  • ARA 103 Intermediate Arabic I
  • ARA104 Intermediate Arabic II
  • ARA 149 Contemporary Fiction from the Arab World
  • HIS 273W Making of the Modern Middle East
  • REL 240W Muhammad and the Qur'an
  • REL 247W Islam and the Third World
  • REL 391 Islam and Pluralism
  • REL 391 Islam and America

Italian Language and Culture
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • IT 151 Intermediate Italian I
  • IT 152 Intermediate Italian II
  • IT 157 Italian in Italy
  • IT 161 Europe Today
  • IT 124 Topics in italian Culture
  • IT 220 Dante's Divine Comedy I
  • IT 221 Dante's Divine Comedy II
  • PSC 263W Comparative Courts and Law
  • PSC 391W Independent Study
  • CLT 389 Major Seminar

Italian Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • CL 253C Dante's Divine Comedy I
  • CL 253D Dante's Divine Comedy II
  • CL 389 Major Seminar
  • IT 152 Intermediate Italian II
  • IT 155 Advanced Italian Conversation and Composition
  • IT 200 Italian Culture and Advanced Italian Language
  • IT 248 Our Voyage to Italy
  • AH 350 The Art of Lombardy (study abroad course)
  • PSC 360 Issues in Italian Politics Since 1945 (study abroad course)
  • LIT 310 Italian Literature of the 19th Century (study abroad course)

Supplementary:

  • IT 114 Conversational Italian
  • IT 151 Intermediate Italian I
  • IT 400 Advanced Composition (study abroad course)
  • IT 230 Italian Conversation: Culture and Cuisine (study abroad course)

Latin-American Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Course:

  • SP 200W Advanced Spanish Composition
  • SP 204 Spanish-American Literature
  • SP 206 Spanish-American Cultures and Civilization
  • SP 257 Spanish-American Theater and Poetry
  • SP 287 Latin-American Film
  • RLS 234 Cry Freedom
  • RLS 235 Religion and Society in Latin America
  • HIS 203 Economy and Society in Latin America
  • ANT 239 Colonial Encounters and Anthropology
  • PSC 261W Latin American Politics
  • ISPR 3000 Catholic Renewal (study abroad course)

Supplementary Courses:

  • QUEC 1000 Intensive Language Study: Quechua (study abroad course)
  • LACB 3000 Indigenous Peoples and Globalization (study abroad course)

Linguistic Anthropology
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 204W Ethnographic Themes
  • ANT 110 Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
  • LIN 102 Language and Social Identity
  • LIN 225 Lexical Semantics
  • LIN 226 Morphology
  • ASL 200W Signed Language Structures
  • FS/AN 340 Media and Society (study abroad course)
  • ANT 201 Theory and Method in Anthropology
  • ASL 250 Sociology of Deaf Community

Media and Cultural Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • AH 100 Introduction to Visual and Cultural Studies
  • MUR 125 History of Rock Music
  • ANT 266 Global Culture
  • ANT 225 Social Uses of Media
  • HIS 252 Cultural History of U.S.: 1876-Present
  • HIS 302W Power of Print
  • HIS 304W The Beats and Beyond
  • AH 287 Culture in Display
  • AH 350 Andy Warhol
  • FMS 234 Film History

Supplementary Courses:

  • MUR 161 Broadcasting in the Digital Age
  • FMS 257F/LIN 105 Language in Advertising

Middle Eastern Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ANT 264 Islam and Global Politics
  • ARA 103 Intermediate Arabic
  • ARA 203 Arabic Prose
  • HEB 204 Hebrew Through Conversation
  • HIS 244W Islam and the Third World
  • JST 203 History of Judaism
  • PSC 270W Mechanisms of International Relations
  • HIS 117 History of Islam
  • Upper Intermediate Hebrew (study abroad course)
  • Lower Intermediate Hebrew (study abroad course)
  • Middle East: Rapprochement and Coexistence (study abroad course)

Supplementary Courses:

  • ARA 101 Elementary Arabic I
  • ARA 102 Elementary Arabic II
  • HEB 103 Intermediate Hebrew

Music in Contemporary American
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • HIS 252 Cultural History of the U.S.: 1876-Present
  • MUR 122 History of Jazz
  • MUR 127 The Blues
  • MUR 211 Theory III
  • MUR 214B Analysis of Popular Music
  • MUR 394 Internship
  • PSY 267W Psychology of Gender
  • WST 129 Women and Music
  • MKT 203 Principles of Marketing

Supplementary Courses:

  • MUR 134 Musical Styles and Genre
  • MUR 201 Jazz Theory and Improvisation
  • PSY 278W Adolescent Development
  • MUE 110 Introduction to Music Education

Myth and Folklore
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ANT 203W Ritual, Myth and Scripture
  • ENG 201 Beowulf
  • AH 280 Native American Art and Religion
  • ENG 206 Medieval Celtic Literature
  • ENG 112 Classical and Scriptural Backgrounds
  • ENG 254 Arthurian Traditions
  • ENG 244 Myth, Fairytale and the Didactics of Popular Culture
  • ENG 380 Robin Hood: All-American Hero
  • REL 250 Shiva and Shakti
  • REL 252 Heroines and Heroes

Supplementary Courses:

  • CLA 135 Classical Mythology

Native American Studies
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • AH 277 The Museum and the "Other"
  • AH 280 Native American Art and Religion
  • ETH 290 Independent Study
  • ANT 274 Creative Ethnography
  • HIS 172 Indians and Other Americans
  • HIS 200 Introduction to Archaeology
  • HIS 204 History of Federal Indian Law
  • HIS 262 Gender and Representation in Native American Art
  • ENG 391 Representatives of Native Americans in Colonial and Post-Colonial Fiction
  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology

Religion and Politics of the Middle East
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 264 Islam and Global Politics
  • IR 226 America's 21st Century Wars
  • JST 214 Imagining the Jew
  • REL 240W Muhammad and the Qur'an
  • ANT 203 Ritual Myth and Scripture
  • JST 113 History of Judaism
  • REL 247W Islam and the Third World
  • PSC 48192 Negotiating Middle East Peace (study abroad course)
  • PSC 48221 History of the Modern State of Israel (study abroad course)
  • PSC 48289 Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Documentary History (study abroad course)

Socioeconomic Anthropology
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research
  • ANT 202 Modern Social Theory: Key Texts and Issues
  • ANT 291 Research Practicum: Doing Anthropology
  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • SOC 310K Social Network Theory and Entrepreneurship
  • ANT 280K Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Transportation
  • PSC 239K Nature of Entrepreneurship
  • PSC 262 Globalization Past and present
  • PSY 264 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • ECO 207 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • PSC 200 Applied Data Analysis

Supplementary Courses:

  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
  • ECO 108 Principles of Economics

Stage and Screen Culture
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ANT 202 Modern Social Theory
  • ANT 203 Ritual, Myth and Scripture
  • ENG 123 Playwriting
  • ENG 235 20th Century Drama
  • ENG 252 Theatre in England
  • ENG 240 Literacy Cultural Theory
  • FMS 246 Bright Lights, Big City
  • FMS 288 Cinema and Revolution
  • FMS 356 Classical Film Theory
  • SCAN 7503 Icelandic Folklore (study abroad course)

Supplementary Courses:

  • ENG 203 Early English Drama
  • ENG 244 Myth and Fairy Tale
  • ENG 177 Acting Techniques
  • ECLS 6004 Context and Comparison (study abroad course)

Sustainability Planning and Development
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 224 Culture, Economy and Global Sustainability
  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • ANT 227 Local and GLobal Market Research
  • BIO 104 Ecosystem Conservation and Human Society
  • CHE 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • EES 218W The Chemistry of Global Change
  • EES 318W Environmental Decisions
  • HIS 371W Environmental History
  • PSC 243 Seminar on Environmental Politics

Supplementary Courses:

  • PHL 230 Environmental Justice

Sustainable Development
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 223 Nature, Landscape, Environment
  • ANT 224 Anthropology and Development
  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • CHE 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • EES 103 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • EES 318W Environmental Decisions
  • ECO 238 Environmental Economics
  • PHL 230 Environmental Justice
  • PSC 243W Seminar of Environmental Politics
  • Sustainable Development: Environmental, Political and SOcial Issues (study abroad course)

Sustainable Policy and Systems
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • EES 219 Energy and Mineral Resources
  • EES 318W Environmental Decisions
  • ANT 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research
  • PHL 230 Environmental Justices
  • PSC 209 Interest Groups in America
  • ECO 238 Environmental Economics
  • PSC 262 Globalization Past and Present
  • CHE 391 Independent Study
  • CHE 393 Senior Project

Supplementary Courses:

  • STT 211 Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • ECO 108 Principles of Economics

Sustainable Urban Development
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • AH 398 Modern Architecture and Urbanism: The LA Modern
  • ANT 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • ANT 202 Modern Social Theory
  • ANT 227 Local and Global Market Research
  • ECO 108 Introduction to Economics
  • ECO 224 Economics of Sports and Entertainment
  • Metropolitan Development: Urban Studies (study abroad course)
  • The Transformed and Recycled City (study abroad course)
  • HIS 169 The Transatlantic Twenties
  • HIS 373W Sex and Gender in the American City

Supplementary Courses:

  • PSC 106 Introduction to International Relations
  • PSC 243 Seminar on Environmental Politics
  • SA 151 Introductory Digital Art
  • SA 252A Advanced Digital Art

Urban Dynamics
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • AH 274 Cultural History of American Architecture
  • AH 114 Creating Architecture
  • AH 3001 Art and Architecture of Prague (study abroad course)
  • AH 394 Urban Studies Internship
  • ANT 2204 Anthropology of Development
  • ANT 280K Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Transportation
  • PSC 220 Social Movements in the United States
  • PSC 243 Environmental Politics
  • ECO 224 Economics of SPorts and Entertainment
  • ECO 251W Industrial Organization
  • ECO 207 Intermediate Microeconomics

Supplementary Courses:

  • ECO 209 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Urban Youth Studies
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ECO 207 Microeconomics
  • ECO 209 Macroeconomics
  • ECO 253W Economics and Social Conditions of African Americans
  • ANT 201 Theory and Method in Anthropology
  • ANT 391W Supporting Incarcerated Youth
  • PSY 278 Adolescent Development
  • PSY 171 Social and Emotional Development
  • ENT 227 Entrepreneurship in Not-for-Profit Environment
  • ED 425 Minority Youth Development in Urban Contexts

Supplementary Courses:

  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
  • ECO 108 Principles of Economics

Artistic Activism: World of Dance and Politics
Division: Social Science

Core Courses:

  • DAN 214 Community, Earth and Body
  • DAN 281 Dance, Culture and Ethnicity
  • DAN 204 Contact Improvisation and Culture
  • PSC 202 Argument in Political Science
  • PSC 225 Race and Political Representation
  • Fundamental Modern Dance (transfer credit)
  • PSC 227 The Black Art Movement

Energy, Environment and Society
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ANT 281K Solving URs Environmental Footprint
  • ANT 224 Anthropology of Development
  • PSC 243 Seminar on Environmental Politics
  • EES 219 Energy Resources
  • ANT 278 Birth and Death 2
  • AAS 391 Independent Study

Islamic Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • REL 240W Muhammad and the Qur'an
  • REL 247 Islam and the Third World
  • REL 243W Islamic Mysticism
  • ANT 264 Islam and Global Politics
  • ANT 262 Religion and Culture in the Indian Ocean
  • ARA 148 Arabian Nights

Medieval Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ENG 254 Arthurian Literature
  • HIS 391 The Hundred Years War
  • IT 220 Dante's Divine Comedy I
  • IT 225 Dante's Divine Comedy II
  • ARA148 Arabian Nights
  • History of England (study abroad course)

Medieval Studies
Division: Social Sciences

Core Courses:

  • ENG 201 Old English Literature
  • ENG 202 Middle English Romance
  • HIS 100 The Ancient World
  • HIS 216 Barbarian Europe
  • HIS 350W Topics in Medieval History
  • HIS 391 The Hundred Years War

Middle Eastern Studies
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • ARA 101 Elementary Arabic I
  • ARA 103 Intermediate Arabic
  • ANT 264 Islam and Global Politics
  • REL 247 Islam and the Third World
  • ARA/REL 148 Arabian Nights
  • POLI 3001 Morocco, North Africa and France (study abroad course)

Movement, Culture and Community
Division: Humanities

Core Courses:

  • DAN 100 Dance on Camera
  • DAN 175 Fundamentals of Movement
  • DAN 180 Creative Middle Eastern Dance
  • DAN 181 West African Dance
  • DAN 202 Contact Improvisation
  • DAN 214 Community Earth and Body
  • DAN 265 Contemporary American Dance I
  • DAN 266 Contemporary American Dance II
  • DAN 340A Topic in Dance: African Performance
  • DAN 340C Cross Patterning and Body Work
  • DAN 342 Creative Improvisation Through World Percussion
  • DAN 385 Dance Production Workshop
  • ANT 214 Love, Friendship and Community