General Education Program, Carnegie Mellon University
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General Education courses listed by category

The list below is in order by the GenEd categories: Comunicating, Creating, Deciding, Modeling: Mathematics, Modeling: Natural Sciences, Modeling: Other, and Reflecting. Click the course title to link to the online university Schedule of Classes to see the course description, scheduling details, pre- and corequisite specifics, and other information.

Freshman Seminar and the Computer Skills Workshop are also listed.

Other notes:

  • This list should only be used for fall and spring semester--not summer--planning.
  • The course names highlighted in blue are courses that are offered in the Fall 2021 schedule.
  • Availability values are H for High, meaning many seats are available; M for medium, and L for few seats.


Communicating
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Communicating CFA Interdisciplinary 62150 IDeATe: Introduction to Media Synthesis and Analysis N N
Communicating Economics 73270 Strategic Professional Communications for Economics Y N
Communicating Engineering and Public Policy 19325 Technology and Policy Writing for Lay Audiences N N
Communicating English 76100 Reading and Writing in an Academic Context N N
Communicating English 76101 Interpretation and Argument N N
Communicating English 76219 Law and Blame N N
Communicating English 76270 Writing for the Professions N N
Communicating English 76272 Language in Design N N
Communicating English 76273 Presenting a Public Self Y N
Communicating English 76275 Critical Writing Workshop Y N
Communicating English 76284 Rhetoric & Storytelling N N
Communicating English 76285 Team Communication Y N
Communicating English 76286 Oral Communication Y N
Communicating English 76287 Sex and Texts N N
Communicating English 76291 Getting Heard/Making a Difference N N
Communicating English 76293 Topics in Rhetoric: Presidential Campaign Rhetoric Y N
Communicating English 76318 Communicating in the Global Marketplace N N
Communicating English 76321 History of the British Novel Y N
Communicating English 76325 Intertextuality Y N
Communicating English 76355 Leadership, Dialogue and Change (CL 76-755) Y N
Communicating English 76357 Language, Power and the Law N N
Communicating English 76366 Essay Writing Workshop Y N
Communicating English 76372 News Writing (CL 76-772) Y N
Communicating English 76378 Literacy: Educational Theory & Community Practice N N
Communicating English 76385 Introduction to Discourse Analysis (CL 76-785) Y N
Communicating English 76386 Language and Culture N N
Communicating English 76387 Sociolinguistics N N
Communicating English 76389 Rhetorical Grammar (CL 76-789) Y N
Communicating English 76393 Narrative & Argument N N
Communicating English 76395 Science Writing Y N
Communicating English 76396 Non-Profit Message Creation Y N
Communicating English 76427 Research Writing Pedagogy Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76428 Visual Verbal Communication Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76474 Software Documentaries Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76475 Law, Performance, and Identity N N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76476 Rhetoric of Science Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76481 Introduction to Multimedia Design Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76491 Rhetorical Analysis Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating English 76494 Healthcare Communication (CL 76794) Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Communicating Institute for Politics and Strategy 84250 Writing for Political Science and Policy N N
Communicating Institute for Politics and Strategy 84343 Language and Power: How to Understand and Use Political Speech N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Communicating Modern Languages 82101 Elementary French I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82102 Elementary French II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82103 Elementary French I online N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82104 Elementary French II online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82111 Elementary Arabic I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82112 Elementary Arabic II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82114 Beginning Arabic for Global Exchange N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82115 Arabic for Oral Communication N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82117 Arabic Conversation & Dialect I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82118 Arabic Conversation & Dialect II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82121 Elementary German I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82122 Elementary German II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82131 Elementary Chinese I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82132 Elementary Chinese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82133 Elementary Chinese Online I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82134 Elementary Chinese Online II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82135 Elementary Chinese for Heritage Students N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82138 Comparative China: “Crazy” Linguistically Rich Asian Languages N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82141 Elementary Spanish I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82142 Elementary Spanish II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82143 Elementary Spanish I Online N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82144 Elementary Spanish II Online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82161 Elementary Italian I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82162 Elementary Italian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82163 Directed Language Study: Elementary Italian I or II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82171 Elementary Japanese I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82172 Elementary Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82173 Introduction to Japanese I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82174 Introduction to Japanese II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82181 Classical Latin: Rome's Cultural and Linguistic Legacy N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82191 Elementary Russian I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82192 Elementary Russian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82201 Intermediate French I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82202 Intermediate French II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82211 Intermediate Arabic I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82212 Intermediate Arabic II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82221 Intermediate German I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82222 Intermediate German II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82231 Intermediate Chinese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82232 Intermediate Chinese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82235 Intensive Intermediate Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82241 Intermediate Spanish I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82242 Intermediate Spanish II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82261 Intermediate Italian I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82262 Intermediate Italian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82271 Intermediate Japanese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82272 Intermediate Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82291 Intermediate Russian I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82292 Intermediate Russian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82331 Reading Into a New China I: Population, Youth, Marriage, & Housing Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82332 Reading Into a New China II: Transportation, Education, Pop Culture, & Health Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82334 Structure of Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82335 Selected Readings in Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82337 Chinese for Oral Communication I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82338 Chinese for Oral Communication II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82372 Advanced Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82373 Structure of the Japanese Language N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82374 Technical Japanese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82383 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82436 Introduction to Classical Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82443 Spanish Reading and Translation Workshop Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82444 The Structure of Spanish Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80180 The Nature of Language N N
Communicating Philosophy 80280 Linguistic Analysis Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80281 Language and Thought N N
Communicating Philosophy 80282 Phonetics and Phonology (CL 80782) Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80283 It Matters How You Say It N N
Communicating Philosophy 80285 Natural Language Syntax N N
Communicating Philosophy 80286 Words and Word Formation: Introduction to Morphology Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80287 Historical & Comparative Linguistics N
Communicating Philosophy 80380 Philosophy of Language Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80381 Meaning in Language Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80383 Language in Use Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80384 Linguistics of Turkic Languages N N
Communicating Philosophy 80385 Linguistics of Germanic Languages N N
Communicating Philosophy 80488 Acoustics of Human Speech: Theory, Data, and Analysis N N
Communicating Psychology 85421 Language and Thought Y N
Communicating Social and Decision Sciences 88418 Domestic Negotiation N N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Communicating Social and Decision Sciences 88419 International Negotiations N N



Creating
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Creating Architecture 48095 Spatial Concepts for Non-Architects I N N
Creating Architecture 48130 Architectural Drawing I: A Tactile Foundation N N
Creating Architecture 48135 Architectural Drawing 2: Appearance Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48240 Historical Survey of World Architecture & Urbanism I Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48241 Historical Survey of World Architecture & Urbanism II Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48332 Architecture Explorations: Teaching & Learning N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48333 Architecture Explorations N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48339 IDeATe: Making Things Interactive N N
Creating Architecture 48340 Modern Architecture and Theory 1900-1945 Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48343 American Built Environment Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48348 Architectural History of Mexico & Guatemala Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48350 Postwar Modern Architecture and Theory Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48355 Perspective Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48356 Color Drawing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48368 Rediscovering Antiquities: Travelers, Archeologists & Architects in Mediterranean Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48371 American House and Housing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48448 History of Sustainable Architecture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48477 Undergraduate Making Things Interactive N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48528 IDeATe: Responsive Mobile Environments N N
Creating Architecture 48559 Reality Computing II N N
Creating Art 60101 Concept Studio I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60110 Electronic Media Studio I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60125 IDeATe Introduction to 3D Animation N N
Creating Art 60130 3-D Media Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60141 Black and White Photography I (CL 62-141) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60150 2D Media Studio I: Drawing N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60157 Drawing for Nonmajors N N
Creating Art 60201 Concept Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60202 Concept Studio III N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60205 Modern Visual Culture: 1789-1945 N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60206 Contemporary Visual Culture: 1960 to the Present N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60210 Electronic Media Studio: Introduction to Interactivity  N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60212  Electronic Media Studio: Interactivity and Computation for Creative Practice Y N
Creating Art 60223 IDeATe: Introduction to Physical Computing (CL 16-223) N N
Creating Art 60230 3-D Media Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60241 Black and White Photography II (CL 62-241) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60245 Portrait Photography (CL 62-245) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60250 2D Media Studio: Painting N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60251 2D Media Studio: Print Media N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60268 Neurophoto (CL 62-268) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60301 Contextual Practice N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60354 Art, Aesthetics and Literature N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60355 Rights to Representation: Indigenous People and their Media Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60356 Art from 1965 to the Present N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60364 New Technologies and Artists’ Tools N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60371 Breathless: International New Wave Cinemas N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60372 Critical Theory N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60373 Aesthetics from a Global Viewpoint Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60375 Art History/Theory: Contemporary Likeness, Identity and Culture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60375 Large Format Photography: The Antiquarian Avant-Garde (CL 62-375) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60380 Color Photography and Digital Output (CL 62-381)) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60381 Museums and other Exhibition Spaces Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60387 Special Topics Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60388 Special Topics N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60390 Special Topics: Museums in the Digital Age Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60391 Special Topics N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60398 Social History and Animation N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60409 Advanced ETB: Video & Performance Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60412 Interactive Art and Computational Design (CL 51-482, 62-726) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60414 Advanced ETB: Animation Art and Technology (CL 15-465) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60415 Advanced ETB: Animation Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60416 Advanced ETB: Documentary Storytelling Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60417 Advanced ETB: Video Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60418 Advanced ETB: The Interactive Image N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60420 Advanced ETB: Interactive/Reactive Environments: Circuit Bending Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60421 Advanced ETB: Experimental Sound Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60422 Advanced ETB: Experimental Animation N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60424 Advanced CP/ETB: Special topic: Performance Art Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60426 Advanced ETB/SIS: Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60427 Advanced ETB: Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60429 Advanced ETB: Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60430 Advanced SIS: Open Sculpture Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60431 Advanced SIS: Installation Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60432 Advanced SIS: Special Topic Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60433 Advanced SIS: Clay Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60434 Advanced SIS: Foundry Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60435 Advanced SIS: Metals Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60437 Advanced SIS: Environmental Sculpture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60438 Advanced SIS: Intimate Objects N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60446 Advanced SIS Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60447 Advanced SIS: Special Topic: Critical Robotics - useless robot, uncanny gesture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60448 Advanced CP Special Topic: Temporary Art in Public Space N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60449 Advanced CP: Experimental Talk Show LAB N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60450 Advanced PDP: Drawing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60451 Advanced DP3 N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60453 Advanced DP3: Painting Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60455 Advanced PDP: Intaglio Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60456 Advanced PDP: Lithography N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60457 Advanced PDP: Idea Generation N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60458 Advanced PDP: Serigraphy N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60462 Advanced PDP: Two Dimensional Mixed Media Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60463 Advanced PDP: Print/Draw N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60465 Advanced PDP: Artists Make Pictures - Open Photography Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60467 Advanced PDP: Printstallation: Hybrid Works and Collaborative Projects Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60471 Advanced PDP Drawing: The Figure, Anatomy and Expression N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60472 Mutable Landscape: Drawing and the Digital Photographic Image (CL 62-165) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60473 Advanced PDP Special Topic Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60474 Advanced DP3 Special Topic Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60475 Advanced CP/PDP Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60486 The Art and Science of Color N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Business Administration 70350 Acting for Business N N
Creating Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99241 Revolutions of Circularity N N
Creating Center for Arts and Society 64300 CAS Fall Fellow N N
Creating Center for Arts and Society 64401 Contemporary Poetry, Politics, and Publics N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62010 Pittsburgh Filmmakers N N Any of Pittsburgh Filmmakers semeseter course offerings are available for registration through the CFA Dean's Office. Visit www.pghfilmmakers.org for listings. Registration can only be done on or after your scheduled registration day. Spaces are limited.
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62102 Modern Dance (Fall) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62103 Modern Dance (spring) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62141 Black and White Photography I (CL 60-141) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62165 Mutable Landscape: Drawing and the Digital Photographic Image (CL 60-4725) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62183 Writing History Plays: Ethics, Authorship, and Hamilton (CL 54-183) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62232 Art + the Brain (CL 66-232) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62241 Black and White Photography II (CL 60-241) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62245 Portrait Photography (Cl 60-245) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62268 Neurophoto (CL 60-268) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62326 Photographic Narrative (CL 51-321) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62358 Art and Biology (CL 60-358) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62360 Photographers and Photography Since World War II N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62371 Photography, The First 100 Years N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62375 Large Format Photography: The Antiquarian Avant-Garde (CL 60-375) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62381 Color Photography and Digital Output (CL 60380) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62398 Interdisciplinary Independent Study: Topics in Photography N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62478  IDeATe: digiTOOL N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62483 Growing Theatre Community Outreach (Fall) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62484 Growing Theatre Community Outreach (Spring) N N
Creating CIT Interdisciplinary 39245 Rapid Prototype Design N N
Creating Computer Science 15294 Rapid Prototyping Technologies Y N
Creating Computer Science 15322 Introduction to Computer Music Y N
Creating Computer Science 15365 Experimental Animation Y N
Creating Computer Science 15394 Intermediate Rapid Prototyping Y N
Creating Computer Science 15465 Advancted ETB: Animation and Technology Y N
Creating Design 51173 Human Experience in Design N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51231 Calligraphy I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51232 Calligraphy II Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51236 Information Design N N Seats are reserved for IDEATe minors
Creating Design 51261 Communication Design Fundamentals: Design for Interactions for Communications (fall) N N There are a limited number of seats available for every undergraduate class level. Because of the studio nature of this course, total seats are capped at 15 per section
Creating Design 51262 Communication Design Fundamentals (spring) N N There are a limited number of seats available for every undergraduate class level. Because of the studio nature of this course, total seats are capped at 15 per section
Creating Design 51264 Product Design Fundementals: Design for Interactions for Products N N There are a limited number of seats available for every undergraduate class level. Because of the studio nature of this course, total seats are capped at 18 per section
Creating Design 51396 Design for Climate Change N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51425 Beginning Book Arts Lab (fall) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51426 Beginning Book Arts Lab (spring) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51427 Advanced Book Arts Workshop N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. An email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66232 Art + The Brain (CL 62-232) N N
Creating Drama 54109 Dramaturgy I: Approaches to Text N N
Creating Drama 54134 Introduction to Writing for Television N N
Creating Drama 54135 The Basics of Self-Producing: How to Put Up Your Show in NYC N N
Creating Drama 54162 Introduction to Costume Design N N Requires portfolio review and instructor permission.
Creating Drama 54163 Production for Non-Majors N N
Creating Drama 54177 Foundations of Drama I N N
Creating Drama 54183 Writing History Plays: Ethics, Authorship, and Hamilton (CL 62-183) N N
Creating Drama 54184 Introduction to Production Dramaturgy N N
Creating Drama 54187 Introduction to Playwriting (fall) (CL 62-187) N N
Creating Drama 54188 Introduction to Playwriting (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54189 Advanced Writing for Television Y N
Creating Drama 54190 Advanced Playwriting (spring) Y N
Creating Drama 54191 Acting for Non-Majors N N
Creating Drama 54193 Intro to Screenwriting (fall) (CL 62-193) N N
Creating Drama 54194 Intro to Screenwriting (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54195 Writing Satire for the Stage N N
Creating Drama 54196 Advanced Screenwriting Y N
Creating Drama 54227 How to Write a Shakespeare Play N N
Creating Drama 54239 History of Architecture and Décor 1 (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54240 History of Architecture and Décor 2 (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54245 History of Clothing 1 N N
Creating Drama 54246 History of Clothing 2 Y N
Creating Drama 54281 Foundations of Drama II Y Y
Creating Drama 54363 Dramaturgy 5: Devised and Documentary Theatre Y N
Creating Electrical & Computer Engineering 18090 Twisted Signals: Multimedia Processing for the Arts N N
Creating English 76206 Introduction to Creative Writing
Creating English 76222 Creative Writing Matters N Y
Creating English 76245 Shakespeare's Dark Plays N N
Creating English 76247 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances N N
Creating English 76260 Survey of Forms: Fiction N N
Creating English 76261 Survey of Forms: Non-Fiction N N
Creating English 76263 Survey of Forms: Playwriting Y N
Creating English 76265 Survey of Forms: Poetry N N
Creating English 76268 Survey of Forms: Drama N N
Creating English 76269 Survey of Forms: Screenwriting N N
Creating English 76310 Advanced Studies in Film and Media Y N
Creating English 76363 Reading in Forms: Poetry N N
Creating English 76364 Readings in Forms: Fiction N N
Creating English 76367 Fact Into Film: Translating History into Cinema Y N
Creating English 76374 IDeATe - Dietrich College Cuban Interactive Documentary Project Y N
Creating English 76375 Magazine Writing Y N
Creating English 76489 Advanced Document & Information Design (CL 76-889) Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53230 Programming for Game Designers Y N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53312 Guest Experience and Theme Park Design N N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53340 Digital Archives and Storytelling: A Practicum N N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53376 360 Story and Sound N N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53471 Game Design, Prototyping and Production N N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53609 Game Design N N
Creating History 79306 Fact into Film: Translating History into Cinema (CL 76-367) N N
Creating History 79316 Photography, the First 100 Years, 1839-1939 N N
Creating History 79317 Art, Anthropology, and Empire N N
Creating History 79328 Photographers and Photography Since World War II (CL 62-360) N N
Creating History 79395 The Arts in Pittsburgh N N
Creating History 79396 Music and Society in 19th and 20th Centure Europe and the U.S. N N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05391 Designing Human Centered Software Y N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05392 Interaction Design Overview N N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05410 User-Centered Research and Evaluation N N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05438 The Role of Technology in Learning in the 21st Century N N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05650 Interaction Design Studio Overview Y N
Creating Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05651 Interaction Design Studio I N N
Creating Information Systems 67220 Digital Accessibility
Creating Information Systems 67240 Mobile Web Design & Development Y N
Creating Institute for Software Research 17450 Crafting Software N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24104 Maker Series: Intro to Modern Making N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24105 Maker Series: Into to Laser Cutting & Engraving N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24200 Maker Series: Intro to Manual Machining N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24205 Maker Series: Intro to Welding N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24206 Maker Series: Intro to Wood Working N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24207 Maker Series: Intro to CNC Router N N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24212 Maker Series: Make It Move Y N
Creating Mechanical Engineering 24300 Maker Series: Intro to CNC Machining N N
Creating Modern Languages 82119 Arabic Calligraphy Culture & Skills N N
Creating Modern Languages 82137 Chinese Calligraphy: Culture and Skills N N
Creating Modern Languages 82284 Multicultural Pittsburgh: A Creative Media Exploration of Community, Language and Identity N N
Creating Modern Languages 82285 Podcasting: Language & Culture Through Storytelling N N
Creating Modern Languages 82287 Multicultural Immersion - Relating Your World in Virtual Reality N N
Creating Music 57101 Introduction to Music Technology N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57103 Elective Studio (Beginning Piano Class - Fall) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57104 Elective Studio (Beginning Piano Class - Spring) N N
Creating Music 57105 Elective Studio (Jazz Piano I Class, fall semester) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57106 Elective Studio (Jazz Piano I Class, spring semester) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57107 Elective Studio (Jazz Piano II Class, fall semester) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57108 Elective Studio (Jazz Piano II Class, spring semester) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57109 Elective Studio (Guitar Class) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57110 Elective Studio (Voice Class) N N Fee is based on the length of the class (50 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education Course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57117 Chorus N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57118 Instrumental Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57120 Elective Studio (Voice) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57121 Elective Studio (Piano) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57122 Elective Studio (Organ) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57123 Elective Studio (Harp) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57125 Elective Studio (Violin) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57126 Elective Studio (Viola) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57127 Elective Studio (Cello) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57128 Elective Studio (Double Bass) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57129 Elective Studio (Guitar) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57130 Elective Studio (Flute) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57131 Elective Studio (Oboe) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57132 Elective Studio (Clarinet) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57133 Elective Studio (Bassoon) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57134 Elective Studio (Saxophone) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57135 Elective Studio (Horn) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57136 Elective Studio (Trumpet) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57137 Elective Studio (Trombone) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57138 Elective Studio (Euphonium) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57139 Elective Studio (Tuba) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57140 Elective Studio (Percussion) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57141 Elective Studio (Composition) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57142 Elective Studio (Bagpipes) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57143 Elective Studio (Alexander Technique I) N N There is a fee. Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57144 Elective Studio (Jazz Improv) N N Units and fee are based on the length of the lesson (30, 45, 60 minutes). Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57145 Elective Studio (Alexander Technique II) N N There is a fee. Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Nomi Marcus njmarcus@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Music 57149 Basic Harmony I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57152 Harmony I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57161 Eurhythmics I N N
Creating Music 57171 Introduction to Music Technology (self-paced) N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57173 Survey of Western Music History N Y
Creating Music 57180 Basic Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57181 Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57185 Advanced Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57209 The Beatles N N
Creating Music 57227 Jazz Instrumental Ensemble Y N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57230 Baroque Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57299 Bagpipe and Drum Band N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57337 Sound Recording N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57338 Sound Editing and Mastering Y N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57344 Experimental Sound Synthesis N N
Creating Music 57347 Electronic and Computer Music Y N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57377 Psychology of Music N N Limited spaces for junior and senior non-music majors.
Creating Music 57420 Jazz Vocal Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57421 The Exploded Ensemble Y N
Creating Music 57423 Repertoire Orchestra N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57425 Expanded Music Performance N N
Creating Music 57438 MultiTrack Recording Y N
Creating Music 57476 How Music Works: An Affective History N N This is a seminar class with limited spaces (16) in each section.
Creating Music 57477 Music of the Spirit N N This is a seminar class with limited spaces (16) in each section.
Creating Music 57478 Survey of Historical Recording N N This is a seminar class with limited spaces (16) in each section.
Creating Music 57480 History of Black American Music N N
Creating Philosophy 80284 Invented Languages N N
Creating Robotics 16223 IDeATe: Introduction to Physical Computing (CL 60-223) N N
Creating Robotics 16374 IDeATe: Art of Robotic Special Effects N N
Creating Statistics 36315 Statistical Graphics and Visualization Y N



Deciding
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Deciding Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99231 Environmental and Early Warnings N N
Deciding Economics 73102 Principles of Microeconomics N N Sections A and H are open to non-first year students. Section A-F and I-M a re open only to first-year students.
Deciding Economics 73103 Principles of Macroeconomics N Y
Deciding Economics 73160 Foundations of Microeconomics Y N
Deciding Economics 73230 Intermediate Microeconomics Y Y
Deciding Economics 73240 Intermediate Macroeconomics Y N
Deciding Economics 73328 Health Economics Y N
Deciding Economics 73332 Political Economy Y N
Deciding Economics 73338 Financial Crises and Risk Y N
Deciding Economics 73341 Withing the Firm: Managing Through Incentives Y N
Deciding Economics 73353 Economic Foundations of Regulation and Financial Markets (CL 70353) Y N
Deciding Economics 73359 Benefit- Cost Analysis Y N
Deciding Economics 73366 Designing the Digital Economy Y N
Deciding Economics 73367 Technology Jobs and the Future of Work Y N
Deciding Economics 73372 International Money and Finance Y N
Deciding Economics 73380 Strategy in Economics and Politics Y N
Deciding Economics 73427 Sustainability, Energy, ad Environmental Economics Y N
Deciding Economics 73433 Environmental Policy and Economics Y N
Deciding Economics 73469 Global Electronic Markets: Economics and the Internet Y N
Deciding Engineering and Public Policy 19211 Ethics and Policy Issues in Computing (CL 08200) N N
Deciding English 76354 Watchdog Journalism Y N
Deciding English 76359 User Experience Methods for Documents Y N
Deciding English 76420 The Cognition of Reading and Writing: Introduction to a Social/Cognitive Process Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Deciding English 76492 Rhetoric and Public Policy Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Deciding History 79342 Introduction to Science and Technology Studies N N
Deciding Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05292 Learning Media Methods N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84104 Decision Processes in American Political Institutions N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84110 Foundations of Political Economy N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84275 Comparative Politics N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84306 Latin American Politics N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84307 Economic and Political History of Contemporary China N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84308 Political Economy of Latin America N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84309 Political Behavior N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84310 International Political Economy. N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84311 International Development and Theory N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84312 Gender and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84313 International Organizations and Law Y N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84315 Contemporary Debates in Human Rights N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84318 Politics of Developing Nations N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84319 U.S. Foreign Policy and Interventions in World Affairs N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84320 Domestic Politics and International Affairs N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84321 Autocrats and Democrats N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84322 Nonviolent Conflict and Revolution N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84323 War and Peace in the Contemporary Middle East N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84324 The Future of Democracy N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84325 Contemporary American Foreign Policy N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84330 The Shading of Democracy: The Influences of Race on American Politics N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84331 Money, Media, and the Power of Data in Decisionmaking N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84332 Effects of US Policy on Businesses: Perspectives of Asian Americans N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84333 Power and Levers for Change in Washington, DC N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84334 Presidential Power in a Constitutional System N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84335 Intelligence and Policy N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84336 Implementing Public Policy: From Good Idea to Reality N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84338 Political News Coverage in the Era of Trump, Twitter, and Fake News N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84340 Making Change: How Organized Interests Work in Washington N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84346 Legal Issues in Public Administration N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84348 Advocacy, Policy, and Practice N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84352 Representation and Redistricting N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84362 Diplomacy and Statecraft N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84363 Comparative Legal Systems N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84364 Comparative Presidential Behavior: Leadership, Personality, and Decision Making N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84365 Psychology and International Relations N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84366 The American Presidency N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84369 Decision Science for International Relations Y N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84370 Global Nuclear Politics N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84372 Space and National Security N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84373 Emerging Technologies and the Law N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84380 Grand Stragegy in the United States N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84382 Conflicts in the Middle East: Iran, Iraq, and Proxy Warfare Y N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84383 War Powers N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84386 The Privatization of Force N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84387 Technology and Policy of Cyber War N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84388 Concepts of War and Cyber War N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84389 Terrorism and Insurgency N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84390 Social Media, Technology, and Conflict N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84393 Legislative Decision Making: U.S. Congress N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84402 Judicial Politics and Behavior N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84405 The Future of Warfare N N
Deciding Institute for Politics and Strategy 84414 International and Subnational Security N N
Deciding Institute for Software Research 17200  Ethics and Policy Issues in Computing (CL 19211) N N
Deciding Modern Languages 82299 Equity and Justice N N
Deciding Philosophy 80130 Introduction to Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80136 Social Structure, Public Policy & Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80208 Critical Thinking N N
Deciding Philosophy 80221 Philosophy of Social Science N N
Deciding Philosophy 80242 Conflict and Dispute Resolution N N
Deciding Philosophy 80244 Environmental Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80245 Medical Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80248 Engineering Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80270 Problems of Mind and Body: Meaning and Doing N N
Deciding Philosophy 80271 Philosophy and Psychology N N
Deciding Philosophy 80292 Learning Science Principles N N
Deciding Philosophy 80305 Decision Theory N N
Deciding Philosophy 80324 Philosophy of Economics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80330 Ethical Theory N N
Deciding Philosophy 80336 Philosophy and Law N N
Deciding Philosophy 80348 Health, Development, and Human Rights N N
Deciding Philosophy 80405 Game Theory N N
Deciding Philosophy 80430 Ethics and Medical Research N N
Deciding Philosophy 80447 Global Justice N N
Deciding Psychology 85102 Introduction to Psychology N N
Deciding Psychology 85104 Psychopathology N N
Deciding Psychology 85105 Hack Your Life N N
Deciding Psychology 85106 Animal Minds N N
Deciding Psychology 85107 Psychology of Video Games N N
Deciding Psychology 85211 Cognitive Psychology N N
Deciding Psychology 85213 Human Info Processing & Artificial Intelligence Y N
Deciding Psychology 85219 Biological Foundations of Behavior N N
Deciding Psychology 85221 Principles of Child Development N N
Deciding Psychology 85241 Social Psychology N N
Deciding Psychology 85251 Personality N N
Deciding Psychology 85261 Abnormal Psychology N N
Deciding Psychology 85271 Animal Minds N N
Deciding Psychology 85350 Psychology of Prejudice Y N
Deciding Psychology 85360 Origins of Intelligence N N
Deciding Psychology 85395 Applications of Cognitive Science Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88120 Reason, Passion, and Cognition N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88150 Managing Decisions N N Some seats are reserved for first-year students in Dietrich College. Some s eats are reserved for second-year students in Dietrich College. Some seats are reserved for students in SDS. Not open to students who have taken 8822 3.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88221 Analytical Foundations of Public Policy Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88230 Human Intelligence and Human Stupidity N N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88231 Thinking in Person vs. Thinking Online N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88255 Strategic Decision Making: Cooperation and Competition in Social Interactions N N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88275 Bubbles: Big Data for Human Minds N N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88302 Behavioral Decision Making Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88365 Behavioral Economics and Public Policy Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88366 Behavioral Economics of Poverty and Development Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88372 Social and Emotional Brain Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88380 Dynamic Decisions Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88411 Rise of the Asian Economics Y N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88430 Methods of Policy Analysis N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88451 Policy Analysis Senior Project N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88452 Policy Analysis Senior Project N N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88453  Behavioral Economics, Policy, and Organizations Capstone N N
Deciding Statistics 36200 Reasoning with Data N N
Deciding Statistics 36207 Probability and Statistics for Business Applications Y N
Deciding Statistics 36220 Engineering Statistics and Quality Control Y N
Deciding Statistics 36247 Statistics for Lab Sciences Y N
Deciding Statistics 36303 Sampling, Survey and Society Y N



Freshman Seminar
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66102 First-Year Seminar: Issues in American Environmental History N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66103 HSP First-Year Seminar: Appalachia N N Open only to HSP Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66104 First-Year Seminar: Philosophy and Argument N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66105 First-Year Seminar: Scientific Thinking: in Children, in Adults, and in Scientists N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66106 QSSS First-Year Seminar: Applied Quantitative Social Science I N N Open only to QSSSFreshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66107 First-Year Seminar: Modeling Complex Systems N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66108 First-Year Seminar: Statistical Paradoxes: When You Can't Trust Your Own Eyes N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66109 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Climate Change (CL 39-109) N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66110 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Inequality N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66111 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Gender-Based Violence N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66112 First-Year Seminar: Mathematical thought from Euclid to Cantor N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66113 First-Year Seminar: The Neuroscience and Psychology of Everyday Life N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66114 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Racism N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66115 First-Year Seminar: Introduction to Thinking Strategically N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66116 First-Year Seminar: Networks: Where do they Come From? What do they Tell Us? N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66117 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Political Rhetoric N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66118 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Thinking with Evidence: Data, Scientific Discovery, and Society N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66119 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Feeding the World, Feeding Ourselves N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66121 DC First-Year Seminar: Body Politics: Women and Health in America N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66122 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Beyond Earth N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66123 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Science On Stage N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66125 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Democracy & Data N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66126 DC Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: How We Vote N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66127 DC Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Environmental Justice (DC FIRST-YR SEMINA) N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66128 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Palestinian and Israeli Food Cultures N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66129 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Unreality: Immersive and Spatial Media (CL 99-129) N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66131 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Conflict and Culture in Sports N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66132 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Health in Unhealthy Times: Preventing, Managing, and Living with Health Risks N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66133 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: We’re Not Beyond Race: Race and Identity in America N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66134 DC Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Native Americas: Facts and Fictions (DC FIRST-YR SEMINAR) N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66135 DC Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Designing Better Human-AI Futures (DC FIRST-YR SEMINAR) N N
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66161 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Artificial Intelligence and Humanity (CL 16-161) N N Open only to Dietrich College Freshmen.



Modeling
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling English 76361 Topics in Digital Humanities: Corpus Rhetorical Analysis Y N



Modeling: Mathematics
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Mathematics Economics 73155 Models, Markets, and Math Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21111 Calculus I N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21112 Calculus II Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21120 Differential and Integral Calculus N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21122 Integration, Differential Equations & Approximation Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21124 Calculus II for Biologists and Chemists Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21127 Concepts of Mathematics N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21228 Discrete Mathematics Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21240 Matrix Algebra with Applications N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21241 Matrices and Linear Transformations Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21242 Matrix Theory N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21256 Multivariate Analysis and Approximation Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21259 Calculus in Three Dimensions Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21260 Differential Equations Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21268 Multidimensional Calculus Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21269 Vector Analysis Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21270 Introduction to Mathematical Finance Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21292 Operations Research I Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21295 Putnam Seminar N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80110 Nature of Mathematical Reasoning N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80210 Logic and Proofs N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80211 Logic and Mathematical Inquiry N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80212 Arguments and Logical Analysis N N



Modeling: Natural Sciences
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03118 Beer: A Yeast's Perspective N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03120 Germs: The Good, the Bad, & The Ugly N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03121 Modern Biology N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03124 Modern Biology Lab N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03125 Evolution Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03128 Environmental Science Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03132 Basic Science to Modern Medicine N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03133 Neurobiology of Disease N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03135 Structure and Function of the Human Body N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03140 Ecology and Environmental Science N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03161 Molecules to Mind N N Preference given to Neuroscience majors.
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03220 Genetics Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03221 Genomes, Evolution and Disease: Introduction to Quantitative Genetic Analysis Y N Some reservations are for Students in CS
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03232 Biochemistry I Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03250 Introduction to Computational Biology (CL 02250 , 02251 , 03250 , 03251) Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03320 Cell Biology Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03362 Cellular Neuroscience Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03363 Systems Neuroscience Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09101 Introduction to Experimental Chemistry (3 units) N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09103 Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Change (non-maj) N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09105 Introduction to Modern Chemistry I N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09106 Modern Chemistry II Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09108 The Illusion and Magic of Food N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09207 Techniques in Quantitative Analysis Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09208 Techniques for Organic Synthesis Analysis Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09217 Organic Chemistry I Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09218 Organic Chemistry II Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09221 Laboratory I: Introduction to Chemical Analysis Y N Availability is higher in the Spring semester.
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09222 Laboratory II: Organic Synthesis and Analysis Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09225 Climate Change: Chemistry Physics and Planetary Science Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09291 Environmental Systems on a Changing Planet (CL 24291) N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09303 Hooked: The Molecular Basis of Addiction N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09325 Environmental Systems on a Changing Planet (CL 19-291; 24-291) N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09403 Chemistry of Addiction Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Civil and Environmental Engineering 12201 Geology N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Civil and Environmental Engineering 12203 Ecology N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Computational Biology 02223 How to Analyze Your Own Genome N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Computational Biology 02250 Introduction to Computational Biology (CL 02251 , 02252 , 03250 , 03251) Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Computational Biology 02261 Quantitative Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Engineering and Public Policy 19291 Environmental Systems on a Changing Planet (CL 24-291; 09-325 N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Mechanical Engineering 24291 Environmental Systems on a Changing Planet (CL 19-291; 09-325 N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33100 Basic Experimental Physics N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33104 Experimental Physics N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33114 Physics of Musical Sound N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33115 Physics for Future Presidents N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33120 Science and Science Fiction N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33121 Physics I for Science Students N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33122 Physics II for Biological Sciences and Chemistry Students Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33124 Introduction to Astronomy N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33141 Physics I for Engineering Students N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33142 Physics II for Engineering and Physics Students Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33151 Matter and Interactions I Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33152 Matter and Interactions II Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33211 Physics III: Modern Essentials Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33213 Mini-Courses in Special Relativity (4 units) Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33224 Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33355 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Psychology 85359 Introduction to Music Cognition Research Y N



Modeling: Other
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Other Biomedical Engineering 42101 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering N N
Modeling: Other Business Administration 70455 Data Management Fundamentals N N
Modeling: Other Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99236 Introduction to Environmental Ideas N N
Modeling: Other Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99238 Materials, Energy and Environment N N
Modeling: Other Chemical Engineering 06100 Introduction to Chemical Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Chemistry 09109 Kitchen Chemistry Sessions N N
Modeling: Other Chemistry 09209 Kitchen Chemistry Sessions Y N
Modeling: Other Civil and Environmental Engineering 12100 Intro to Civil and Environmental Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15104 Introduction to Computing for Creative Practice (CL 48257 , 48757 , 51257 , 51757 , 60212 , 60257) N N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15110 Principles of Computing N N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15112 Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science N N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15121 Introduction to Data Structures Y N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15388 Practical Data Science Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73265 Economics and Data Science Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73274 Econometrics I Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73315 Market Design Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73347 Game Theory Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73348 Behavioral Economics Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73352 Public Economics Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73365 Firms, Market Structures, and Strategy Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73374 Econometrics II Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73408 Law and Economics (CL 90791) Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73415 Data-Driven Business and Public Policy Decision Making
Modeling: Other Economics 73421 Emerging Markets Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73423 Forecasting for Business and Economics Y N
Modeling: Other Economics 73449 Social, Economic and Information Networks Y N
Modeling: Other Electrical & Computer Engineering 18100 Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering (co-requisite 21-120) Y Y
Modeling: Other Engineering and Public Policy 19101 Introduction to Engineering & Public Policy Y N Co-requisite is not required for non-CIT students.
Modeling: Other Engineering and Public Policy 19250 Special Topics: Statistical Models for Engineering Analysis and Design N N All students who sign up for this course will automatically be placed on the waitlist. You will be notified once you are enrolled. EPP students will be given first priority.
Modeling: Other English 76314 Data Stories Y N
Modeling: Other English 76388 Coding for Humanists Y N
Modeling: Other Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05318 Human AI Interaction N N
Modeling: Other Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05413 Human Factors N N
Modeling: Other Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05540 Rapid Prototyping of Computer Systems N N
Modeling: Other Institute for Politics and Strategy 84265 Political Science and Research Methods Y N
Modeling: Other Institute for Politics and Strategy 84337 Biomedical Science Research, Policy, and Governance N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students
Modeling: Other Integrated Innovation Institute 49313 Designing for the Internet of Things N N
Modeling: Other Materials Science and Engineering 27100 Engineering the Materials of the Future Y N
Modeling: Other Materials Science and Engineering 27101 Everyday Materials N N This course is for NON-CIT students ONLY
Modeling: Other Mechanical Engineering 24101 Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Mechanical Engineering 24213 Citizen Science: Sensors, Makers, and Air Pollution N N
Modeling: Other Mechanical Engineering 24358 Special Topics in Culinary Mechanics N N
Modeling: Other Modern Languages 82387 Introduction to Linguistic Data Analysis Using R N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80220 Philosophy of Science N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80222 Measurement and Methodology N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80223 Causality and Probability N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80226 Revolutions in Science N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80312 Revolutions in Mathematics N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80322 Philosophy of Physics N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80323 Philosophy of Biology N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80325 Foundations of Causation and Machine Learning N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80327 Philosophy of Neuroscience N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80387 Philosophy of Logic & Language N N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85370 Perception Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85406 Autism: Psychological and Neuroscience Perspectives Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85412 Cognitive Modeling Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85414 Cognitive Neuropsychology Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85419 Introduction to Parallel Distributed Processing Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85423 Cognitive Development Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85429 Cognitive Brain Imaging N N
Modeling: Other Robotics 16455 IDeATe: Human-Machine Virtuosity Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88223 Decision Analysis Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88251 Empirical Research Methods Y N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88252 Causal Inference in the Field: Using Data to Study Crime, Love, Sports & More Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88300 Programming and Data Analysis for Social Scientists Y N Some seats are reserved for students in SDS.
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88312 Decision Models and Games Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88360 Behavioral Economics Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88367 Behavioral Economics in the Wild Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88388 Psychological Models of Decision Making Y N
Modeling: Other Statistics 36202 Statistical Methods Y N



Modelling/Natural Science
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Modelling/Natural Science Chemistry 09111 Nanolegos: Chemical Building Blocks N N
Modelling/Natural Science Chemistry 09205 Recognizing Greatness in Science N N



Reflecting
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
Reflecting Art 60244 Contemporary Photo Theory (CL 62-244) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Reflecting Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99242 Meaning Across the Millenia N N Course enrollment is by permission of instructor only! William Alba Director, Science and Humanities Scholars Program Director, Advanced Placement Early Action Program Carnegie Mellon University Doherty 2201 alba@cmu.edu 412-268-7333
Reflecting Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99381 Technology, Humanity and Social Justice- Governance N N
Reflecting Center for Arts and Society 64400 CAS Spring Fellow: The Art of Gentrification N N
Reflecting Center for Arts and Society 64402 Practices & Issues in Contemporary Asian Art N N
Reflecting CFA Interdisciplinary 62100 Critical Histories of the Arts N N
Reflecting CFA Interdisciplinary 62244 Contemporary Photo Theory (CL 60-244) N N
Reflecting Chemistry 09510 Chemistry and Sustainability Y N
Reflecting Computer Science 15292 History of Computing Y N Some reservations are for Students in CS
Reflecting Computer Science 15296 Images of Computing N N
Reflecting Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66215 The Innovation Trials N N
Reflecting Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66224 dSHARP Seminar: Evolution of Artificial Intelligence and the Ethics of Creation N N
Reflecting Economics 73476 American Economic History Y N
Reflecting Engineering and Public Policy 19411 Global Competitiveness (CL 19711) N N
Reflecting English 76120 CSI Underground Books and Printing N N
Reflecting English 76202 Nerds, Experts and Geniuses: Intellectuals in Popular Culture N Y
Reflecting English 76204 Literature and the Environment N N
Reflecting English 76207 Special Topics in Literature and Culture N N
Reflecting English 76210 Banned Books N N
Reflecting English 76217 Literature & Culture of the 20th & 21st Century Y N
Reflecting English 76218 Special Topics: Medieval Romance & Arthurian Legends N N
Reflecting English 76221 Books You Should Have Read By Now Y N
Reflecting English 76226 Film and Literature: Mystery, Sexuality, and Culture in the American Film Y N
Reflecting English 76230 Literature & Culture in the 19th Century Y N
Reflecting English 76232 Introduction to Black Literature N N
Reflecting English 76233 Literature & Culture in the Renaissance Y N
Reflecting English 76234 Media: Past, Present and Future Y N
Reflecting English 76239 Introduction to Film Studies Y N
Reflecting English 76240 Environmental Crisis of Nature in Global Literature and Culture N N
Reflecting English 76241 Introduction to Gender Studies N N
Reflecting English 76246 Introduction to Shakespeare N N
Reflecting English 76252 Literature & Digital Culture N N
Reflecting English 76259 Film History Y N
Reflecting English 76317 Contemporary American Fiction (CL 76711) Y N
Reflecting English 76319 Environmental Rhetoric N N
Reflecting English 76329 Performing Race in Early Modernity Y N
Reflecting English 76331 Dissenters and Believers: Romanticism, Revolution, and Religions Y N
Reflecting English 76332 Topics in African American Literature N N
Reflecting English 76337 World Literature Y N
Reflecting English 76339 The Films of Spike Lee: The Biopic Y N
Reflecting English 76341 Gender and Sexuality in Performance Y N
Reflecting English 76342 American Women Writers Y N
Reflecting English 76344 Censored Texts Y N
Reflecting English 76345 Parchments to Pixels: The History of Books Y N
Reflecting English 76346 Angels and Diplomats Y N
Reflecting English 76347 Recent American Fiction N N
Reflecting English 76349 The Lost Generation N N
Reflecting English 76350 Critical Theories about Literature Y N
Reflecting English 76351 Rhetorical Invention Y N
Reflecting English 76352 Music, Technology and Culture (CL 76-752) Y N
Reflecting English 76353 Transnational Feminisms: Fiction and Film: Global Literary Studies Y N Some reservations are for Sophomores in ENG
Reflecting English 76376 History of Critical Ideas: Reading and Spectatorship Y N
Reflecting English 76384 Race, Nation, and the Enemy Y N
Reflecting English 76415 Mediated Power and Propaganda Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Reflecting English 76419 Media in a Digital Age Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Reflecting English 76425 Science in the Public Sphere Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Reflecting English 76429 Topics in Language Study: Language and Globalization Y N Not available to freshmen. Sophomores must obtain permission from instructor.
Reflecting History 79101 Making History: How to Think About the Past (and Present) N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories: Democracy Through the Ages N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories: Genocide and Weapons of Mass Destruction N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories: History of Democrary N N
Reflecting History 79104 Environment and Empire: The Making of the Modern World N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories: Global Empire: Commerce, Finance, and Naval Power in the Rise & Fall of the British Empire N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories: The Modern Nation-State through Film N N
Reflecting History 79104 Global Histories N N
Reflecting History 79145 Genocide and Weapons of Mass Destruction N N [Note: Students who have taken 79-104, Global Histories: Genocide and Weapons of Mass Destruction, may not enroll.]
Reflecting History 79189 History of Democracy: Thinking Beyond the Self N N [Note: Students who have taken 79-104, Global Histories: History of Democracy, may not enroll.] T
Reflecting History 79201 Introduction to Anthropology N N
Reflecting History 79202 Flesh and Spirit: Early Modern Europe, 1400-1750 N N
Reflecting History 79203 The Other Europe: The Habsburgs, Communism, & Central/Eastern Europe, 1740-1990 N N
Reflecting History 79204 American Environmental History N N
Reflecting History 79205 20th/21st Century Europe N N
Reflecting History 79206 Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe N N
Reflecting History 79208 Witchcraft and Witch-Hunting N N
Reflecting History 79211 Modern Southeast Asia: Colonialism, Capitalism, and Cultural Exchange N N
Reflecting History 79223 Mexico: From the Aztec Empire to the Drug War N N
Reflecting History 79224 Mayan America N N
Reflecting History 79226 African History: Earliest Times to 1780 N N
Reflecting History 79227 Modern Africa: The Slave Trade to the End of Apartheid N N
Reflecting History 79229 Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: 1880-1948 N N
Reflecting History 79230 Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1948 N N
Reflecting History 79234 Technology and Society N N
Reflecting History 79240 Development of American Culture N N
Reflecting History 79241 African-American History: Africa to the Civil War N N
Reflecting History 79242 African American History: Reconstruction to the Present N N
Reflecting History 79244 Women in American History N N
Reflecting History 79245 Capitalism and Individualism in American Culture. N N
Reflecting History 79246 Industrial America N N
Reflecting History 79248 U.S. Constitution & the Presidency N N
Reflecting History 79249 titled Politics and Social Change in 20th Century America N N
Reflecting History 79257 Germany and the Second World War N N
Reflecting History 79261 The Last Emperors: Chinese History and Society 1600-1900 N N
Reflecting History 79262 Modern China: From Birth of Mao….to Now N N
Reflecting History 79263 Mao and the Chinese Cultural Revolution N N
Reflecting History 79264 Tibet and China: History and Propoganda N N Students who have already taken this course under its former title 79-264,Tibet in History and Imagination\" may not enroll."",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0,79265,Russian History: From the First to the Last Tsar,History,,Reflecting,Y,,,N,N,N,,,"This course
Reflecting History 79266 Russian History and Revolutionary Socialism, N N
Reflecting History 79267 The Soviet Union in World War II: Military, Political, and Social History N N
Reflecting History 79268 World War I: The Twentieth Century's First Catastrophe N N
Reflecting History 79272 Coexistence and Conflict: Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Spain and Portugal N N
Reflecting History 79275 Introduction to Global Studies N N
Reflecting History 79276 Beyond the Border N N
Reflecting History 79278 How (Not) to Change the World N N
Reflecting History 79280 Coffee and Capitalism N N
Reflecting History 79281 Introduction to Religion N N
Reflecting History 79283 Hungry World: Food and Famine in Global Perspective N N
Reflecting History 79288 Bananas, Baseball and Borders: Latin America and the United States N N
Reflecting History 79289 Animal Planet: An Environmental History of People and Animals N N
Reflecting History 79290 The Slave Passage: From West Africa to the Americas N N
Reflecting History 79296 Religion in American Politics N N
Reflecting History 79297 Technology and Work N N
Reflecting History 79299 From Newton to the Nuclear Bomb: History of Science, 1750-1950 N N
Reflecting History 79300 History of American Public Policy   N N
Reflecting History 79303 Pittsburgh and the Transformation of Modern Urban America N N
Reflecting History 79305 Moneyball Nation: Data in American Life N N
Reflecting History 79307 Religion and Politics in the Middle East N N
Reflecting History 79308 Crime and Justice in American Film N N
Reflecting History 79310 U.S. Business History: 1870 to the Present N N
Reflecting History 79313 Unwanted: Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Patterns of Global Migration N N
Reflecting History 79314 The Politics and Culture of Memory N N
Reflecting History 79315 Thirsty Planet: The Politics of Water in Global Perspective N N
Reflecting History 79318 Sustainable Social Change: History and Practice N N
Reflecting History 79320 Women, Politics, and Protest N N
Reflecting History 79323 Family Gender and Sexuality in European History, 500-1800 N N
Reflecting History 79325 U.S. Gay and Lesbian History N N
Reflecting History 79327 Modern Girlhood: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives N N
Reflecting History 79330 Medicine and Society N N
Reflecting History 79331 Body Politics: Women and Heatlh in America N N
Reflecting History 79334 Climate Change and Climate Justice: Global Perspectives N N
Reflecting History 79339 Juvenile Delinquency and Film: N N
Reflecting History 79341 The Cold War in Documents and Film N N
Reflecting History 79343 Education, Democracy and Civil Rights N N
Reflecting History 79345 Roots of Rock & Roll N N
Reflecting History 79349 United States and the Holocaust N N
Reflecting History 79350 Early Christianity N N
Reflecting History 79352 Christianity Divided: The Protestant and Catholic Reformations, 1450-1650 N N
Reflecting History 79355 Fake News: Truth in the History of American Journalism (6 unit mini) N N
Reflecting History 79359 Truth, Lies, and Propaganda: A Historical Inquiry N N
Reflecting History 79360 Crime, Policing, and the Law: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives N N
Reflecting History 79368 Un-natural Disasters: Societies and Environmental Hazards in Global Perspective (6 unit mini) N N
Reflecting History 79374 Inequality, Social Justice, and the Black Urban Experience: 1930s to 2010s N N
Reflecting History 79375 Science & Religion N N
Reflecting History 79380 Hostile Environments: The Politics of Pollution in Global Perspective N N
Reflecting History 79385 Out of Africa: The Making of the African Diaspora N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82180 Bilingual & Bicultural Experiences in the US N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82215 Introduction to Arabic Literature & Culture N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82245 New Directions in Hispanic Studies: Death, Dope, Drag and Doctors in 20th and 21st Century Spanish Film N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82248 Arts, Media, and Social Change: Arts in the Revolution – Cuba and Nicaragua N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82267 Beyond the Mafia & Michelangelo: Italy Unmasked N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82268 Italian Film: Hidden Agendas from Cincitta N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82273 Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82278 Japanese Film and Literature: The Art of Storytelling Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82279 Anime - Visual Interplay Between Japan and the World N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82280 Bilingual & Bicultural Experiences in the US N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82281 Contextual Thinking N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82282 Interpreting Global Texts & Cultures N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82283 Language Diversity & Cultural Identity N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82286 Understanding Cultural Complexities (see semester topics) N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82293 Topics in Russian Language & Culture: Radicals, Heretics, Hackers: Russian Outlaws in History & Film N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82294 19th Century Russian Masterpieces N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82295 20th Century Russian Masterpieces N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82299 Equity & Justice: Human Rights & Film in Latin America N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82303 Introduction to French Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82305 French in its Social Contexts Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82311 Arabic Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82312 Advabced Arabic II Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82320 Contemporary Society in Germany,, Austria, and Switzerland Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82323 Germany, Austria & Switzerland in the 20th Century Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82327 The Emergence of the German Speaking World Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82333 Introduction to Chinese Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82342 Spain: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82343 Latin America: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82344 U.S. Latinos: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82345 Introduction to Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82361 Introduction to Italian Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82362 Italian Language and Culture: Italy as Seen through Film N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82396 Faust Legend at Home and Abroad N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82397 Topics in Russian Language & Culture: Radicals, Heretics, and Hackers Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82399 Russian in Context Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82415 Topics in French and Francophone Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82416 Topics in French and Francophone Studies: Haiti Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82425 Topics in German Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82426 Topics in German Literature and Culture: Inventing and Innovating Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82427 Nazi and Resistance Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82428 History of German Film Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82432 Popular Culture in China N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82433 Topics of Contemporary Culture of China Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82434 Studies in Chinese Traditions Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82441 Studies in Peninsular Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82451 Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture: Latin American Comincs in the Digital Humanities Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82455 Topics in Hispanic Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82456 Topics in Hispanic Studies: Southern Cone Dictatorships in the Movies (1984-2016) Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82473 Topics in Japanese Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82474 Topics in Japanese Studies: Japanese Language & Culture from a Pragmatics Perspective Y N
Reflecting Philosophy 80100 Introduction to Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80101  Dangerous Ideas in Science and Society N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80106 Science Fiction and Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80135 Introduction to Political Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80150 Nature of Reason N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80201 Knowledge and Justified Belief N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80214 Computing, AI, and Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80224 Race, Gender and Science N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80249 Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Society N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80250 Ancient Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80251 Modern Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80252 Kant N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80253 Continental Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80254 Analytic Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80255 Pragmatism N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80256 Modern Moral Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80257 Nietzsche N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80261 Experience, Reason, and Truth N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80263 Approaching Chinese Philosophy: Basic Texts and Implications N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80276 Philosophy of Religion N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80335 Social and Political Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80358 Hume N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80363 19th Century Foundations of Science N N
Reflecting Psychology 85363 Attention, Its Development and Disorders Y N
Reflecting Psychology 85375 Cross Cultural Psychology Y N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88281 Topics In Law: 1st Amendment N N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88284 Topics of Law: The Bill of Rights N N



University Requirement
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Prereq Coreq Notes
University Requirement Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99101 Computing @ Carnegie Mellon N N
University Requirement Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99102 Computing @ Carnegie Mellon N N
University Requirement Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99129 Grand Challenge First-Year Seminar: Unreality: Immersive and Spatial Media (CL 66-129) N N