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Civic Life and Ethics courses

Approved for fall 2010 and later terms

  • More courses will be added to this list as they are approved. Please check back monthly.
  • These courses also fulfill the "Citizenship and Public Ethics " theme requirement for students who were admitted to the University before fall 2010.
Designator Title Diversified Core Designated Theme Writing Intensive
AMST 1011 Religions and American Identity in the United States from World War II to the Present    Civ  
AMST 1012 Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet   Civ  
AMST 2011 The United States since September 11 His Civ  
AMST 3252W American Popular Culture and Politics: 1900 to 1940 His Civ WI
AMST 3253W American Popular Culture and Politics: 1940 to the Present His Civ WI
ANSC 1011 Animals and Society   Civ  
APEC 4451W Food Marketing Economics   Civ WI
ARTH 3401 Art Now AH Civ  
BIOL 1010 Human Biology: Concepts and Current Ethical Issues Bio Civ  
BIOL 1101W Heredity and Human Society   Civ WI
BIOL 3209 Understanding the Evolution-Creationism Controversy    Civ  
CHIC 1275 Service Learning in the Chicano/Latino Community Civ
CHIC 3275 Service Learning in the Chicano/Latino Community Civ
CHIC 3374 Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy   Civ  
CHIC 4275 Theory in Action: Community Engagement in a Social Justice Framework   Civ  
CI 2311W Introduction to Technology and Ethics in Society   Civ WI
CI 4311W Introduction to Technology and Ethics in Society   Civ WI
COMM 1101 Introduction to Public Speaking   Civ  
COMM 3631 Freedom of Speech Civ
COMM 3682W Communicating War AH Civ WI
CSCI 3921W Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing   Civ WI
CSCL 3173W The Rhetoric of Everyday Life    Civ  
CSCL 3177 On Television Civ
ENGL 1501W Literature of Public Life Ltr Civ WI
ENGL 3071 American Food Revolution   Civ  
ENGL 3741 Literacy and American Cultural Diversity Ltr Civ  
ESPM 3241W Natural Resource and Environmental Policy SocS Civ WI
ESPM 3271 Environmental Policy, Law, and Human Behavior SocS Civ  
ESPM 4609 Air Pollution Impacts, Management and Ethical Challenges   Civ  
FREN 3712 Reading Libertinism AH Civ  
FSCN 1013 Dietary Supplements: scientific, regulatory, and cultural aspects   Civ  
FSCN 1102  Food: Safety, Risks, and Technology   Civ  
GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice   Civ  
GWSS 3004W Point/Counterpoint: Contemporary Feminist Debates   Civ WI
GWSS 3102W Feminist Thought and Theory AH Civ WI
GWSS 4002 Politics of Engagement and Social Justice   Civ  
HIST 1411W The Family from 10,000 BCE to the Present His Civ WI
HIST 3411W The Family from 10,000 BCE to the Present His Civ WI
HIST 3416 Imperialism and its Critics: Ethical Issues, Literary Representations His Civ  
HSCI 3211 History of Science & Technology His Civ  
HSCI 3333V Honors Course: Issues in American Science and Technology in the Past Century His Civ WI
HSCI 3401 Ethics in Science & Technology His Civ  
HSCI 3401 Ethics in Science and Technology His Civ  
HSCI 3421 Engineering Ethics His Civ  
IDES 3614 Interior Design Ethics and Professional Practice   Civ  
JOUR 3771 Mass Media Ethics: Moral Reasoning and Case Studies   Civ  
LA 3514 Making the Mississippi   Civ  
NAV 4402W Leadership and Ethics   Civ WI
NSCI 3001W Neuroscience & Society   Civ WI
NURS 4104 and NURS 4402 Ethical Sensitivity and Reasoning in Health Care, and Taking Ethical Action in Health Care (Take both courses to fulfill theme requirement.)   Civ  
OLPD 3336 Religion, Ethics, and Educational Policy Civ
PA 1401 Public Affairs: Community Organizing Skills for Public Action Civ
PA 1005 Great Debates of Our Times   Civ  
PHAR 4200W Drugs and the U.S. Health Care System Civ WI
PHIL 1003W Introduction to Ethics   Civ WI
PHIL 1004W Introduction to Political Philosophy AH Civ WI
PHIL 1103 Introduction to Ethics   Civ  
PHIL 3302W Moral Problems of Contemporary Society   Civ WI
PHIL 3307 Social Justice and Community Service AH Civ  
PHIL 3322W Moral Problems of Contemporary Society   Civ WI
PHIL 3402 Moral Problems of Contemporary Society   Civ  
PHIL 4325 Education and Social Change  AH Civ  
PHIL 4326 Live Worth Living: Questions of Self, Vocation, and Community AH Civ  
POL 1201 Political Ideas and Ideologies His Civ  
POL 3225 American Political Thought    Civ  
POL 3235W Democracy and Citizenship   Civ  
POL 3252 Renaissance, Reformation, and Revolution: Early Modern Political Thought AH Civ  
POL 3767 Political Psychology of Elite Behavior   Civ  
POL 3873W Global Citizenship and International Ethics   Civ WI
POL 4485 Human Rights and Democracy in the World   Civ  
POL 4489W Citizens, Consumers, and Corporations   Civ WI
POL 4501W The Supreme Court and Constitutional Interpretation   Civ WI
POL 4502W The Supreme Court, Civil Liberties, and Civil Rights   Civ WI
POL 4766 American Political Culture and Values   Civ  
PSTL 1235W Multicultural Contexts: Engaging Citizenship and Democracy SocS Civ WI
PSTL 1246 Multicultural Contexts: Engaging Citizenship and Democracy SocS Civ  
PSTL 1461 Multicultural Perspectives in Public Speaking Civ
RELS 4309 Religion and Public Life in the United States Civ
RM 1201 Clothing Design, Merchandising, and the Consumer   Civ  
SOC 3101 Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System SocS Civ  
SOC 3322W Social Movements, Protests, and Change   Civ WI
SOC 4309 Religion and Public Life in the United States   Civ  
SOC 4703 Contemporary American Culture   Civ  
SPAN 3401 Latino Immigration and Community Service   Civ  
WRIT 3102W Public Writing Civ WI
WRIT 3361 Literature of Social Movements in the United States: 1950 to 2000 Ltr Civ