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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.
  • Availability values are H for High, meaning many seats are available; M for medium, and L for few seats.


GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-325 Core Seminar: General Research N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-336 Elective Seminar: Politics of Education N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.



Communicating
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Communicating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-150 Introduction to Media Synthesis and Analysis Registration for this course is by special permission. Please contact Kelly B. Delaney, IDeATe Project Manager at kellydel@andrew.cmu.edu.
Communicating Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-230 Elective Seminar: American Political Journalism N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Communicating Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-324 Core Seminar: Washington Media N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Communicating Economics 73-270 Writing for Economists Y N
Communicating English 76-100 Reading and Writing for an Academic Context N N
Communicating English 76-101 Interpretation and Argument N N
Communicating English 76-227 Comedy N N
Communicating English 76-238 Media and Film Studies N N
Communicating English 76-270 Writing for the Professions N N
Communicating English 76-272 Language in Design N N
Communicating English 76-318 Communicating in the Global Marketplace N N
Communicating English 76-321 Genre Studies: The Short Story Y N
Communicating English 76-325 Topics in Rhetoric: Intertextuality Y N
Communicating English 76-355 Leadership, Dialogue and Change N N
Communicating English 76-357 Language, Power and the Law N N
Communicating English 76-366 Symphonic Poetry: Art of Journaling and Revision Y N
Communicating English 76-377 Rhetoric of Fiction N N
Communicating English 76-378 Literacy: Educational Theory & Community Practice N N
Communicating English 76-385 Introduction to Discourse Analysis (CL 76-785) Y N
Communicating English 76-386 Language and Culture N N
Communicating English 76-387 Sociolinguistics N N
Communicating English 76-393 Rhetorical Traditions N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-101 Elementary French I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-102 Elementary French II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-103 Elementary French I online N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-104 Elementary French II online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-111 Elementary Arabic I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-112 Elementary Arabic II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-121 Elementary German I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-122 Elementary German II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-123 Directed Language Study: Elementary German I & II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-131 Elementary Chinese I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-132 Elementary Chinese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-133 Elementary Chinese I online N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-134 Elementary Chinese II online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-135 Intensive Elementary Chinese N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-141 Elementary Spanish I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-142 Elementary Spanish II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-143 Elementary Spanish I Online N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-144 Elementary Spanish II Online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-161 Elementary Italian I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-162 Elementary Italian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-163 Directed Language Study: Elementary Italian I & II N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-171 Elementary Japanese I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-172 Elementary Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-191 Elementary Russian I N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-192 Elementary Russian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-201 Intermediate French I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-202 Intermediate French II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-203 Intermediate French I online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-204 Intermediate French II online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-211 Intermediate Arabic I
Communicating Modern Languages 82-212 Intermediate Arabic II
Communicating Modern Languages 82-221 Intermediate German I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-222 Intermediate German II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-231 Intermediate Chinese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-232 Intermediate Chinese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-235 Intensive Intermediate Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-241 Intermediate Spanish I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-242 Intermediate Spanish II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-243 Intermediate Spanish I Online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-244 Intermediate Spanish II Online Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-261 Intermediate Italian I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-262 Intermediate Italian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-271 Intermediate Japanese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-272 Intermediate Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-280 Learning about Language Learning N Y
Communicating Modern Languages 82-291 Intermediate Russian I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-292 Intermediate Russian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-331 Advanced Chinese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-332 Advanced Chinese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-333 Introduction to Chinese Language and Culture Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-334 Structure of Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-335 Selected Readings in Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-337 Chinese for Oral Communication I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-338 Chinese for Oral Communication II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-371 Advanced Japanese I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-372 Advanced Japanese II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-373 Structure of the Japanese Language N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-374 Technical Japanese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-383 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-388 Understanding Second Language Fluency N N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-391 Advanced Russian I Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-392 Advanced Russian II Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-436 Introduction to Classical Chinese Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-442 Analysis of Spoken Spanish Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-443 Spanish Reading and Translation Workshop Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-444 The Structure of Spanish Y N
Communicating Modern Languages 82-477 Japanese Conversation Analysis Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-180 The Nature of Language H N N
Communicating Philosophy 80-280 Linguistic Analysis Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-281 Language and Thought N N
Communicating Philosophy 80-282 Phonetics and Phonology
Communicating Philosophy 80-283 Syntax and Discourse H Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-380 Philosophy of Language Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-381 Meaning in Language H Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-382 Linguistics of Germanic Languages H N N
Communicating Philosophy 80-383 Language in Use H Y N
Communicating Philosophy 80-384 Linguistics of Turkic Languages



Creating
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Creating Architecture 48-095 Spatial Concepts for Non-Architects I N N
Creating Architecture 48-130 Architectural Drawing I: A Tactile Foundation N N
Creating Architecture 48-135 Architectural Drawing 2: Appearance Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-240 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 48-241 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 48-332 Architecture Explorations: Teaching & Learning N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-333 Architecture Explorations N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-340 Modern Architecture and Theory 1900-1945 Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-343 American Built Environment Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-348 Architectural History of Mexico & Guatemala Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-350 Postwar Modern Architecture and Theory Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-355 Perspective Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-356 Color Drawing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-368 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 48-371 American House and Housing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-448 History of Sustainable Architecture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Architecture 48-477 Undergraduate Making Things Interactive N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see architecture advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-101 Concept Studio I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-102 Concept Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-104 Contemporary Issues Forum N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-110 Electronic Media Studio I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-130 3-D Media Studio II Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-141 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 60-150 2D Media Studio I: Drawing N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-151 Two-Dimensional Media Studio II: Drawing N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-157 Drawing for Nonmajors
Creating Art 60-201 Concept Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-202 Concept Studio III N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-203 Concept Studio: Networked Narrative Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-205 Modern Visual Culture: 1789-1945 N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-206 Contemporary Visual Culture: 1945 to the Present N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-210 Electronic Media Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-223 Introduction to Physical Computing Registration for this course is by special permission. Please contact Kelly B. Delaney, IDeATe Project Manager at kellydel@andrew.cmu.edu.
Creating Art 60-230 3-D Media Studio II N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-241 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 60-245 Portrait Photography (CL 62-245) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-250 2D Media Studio: Painting N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-251 2D Media Studio: Print Media N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-268 Neurophoto (CL 62-268) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-301 Contextual Practice N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-302 Making Connections: Individual Projects in the Community N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-340 The Ballet Russe (The Russian Ballet and its Artists) Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-351 Art & Religion (crosslisted with 79-325) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-353 High and Popular Culture in the Arts N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-354 Art, Aesthetics and Literature N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-355 Rights to Representation: Indigenous People and their Media (CL 79-278) Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-356 Art from 1965 to the Present N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-358 Art and Biology N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-364 New Technologies and Artists’ Tools N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-371 Breathless: International New Wave Cinemas N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-372 Critical Theory N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-373 Aesthetics from a Global Viewpoint Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-375 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 60-376 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 60-380 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 60-381 Museums and other Exhibition Spaces Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-387 Special Topics: Likeness - Portrayal after Warhol Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-388 Special Topics: Art Thefts, Attacks, and Defamations - Aura, Value, and Morality Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-390 Special Topics: Performance - Museums and New Curatorial Production Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-391 Special Topics N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-398 Social History and Animation N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-409 Advanced ETB: Video & Performance Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-412 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 60-414 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 60-415 Advanced ETB: Animation Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-416 Advanced ETB: Documentary Storytelling Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-417 Advanced ETB: Video Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-418 Advanced ETB: The Interactive Image N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-420 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 60-421 Advanced ETB: Experimental Sound Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-422 Advanced ETB: Robotic Art Studio N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-424 Advanced CP/ETB: Special topic: Pop Cabaret Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-426 Advanced ETB: Interactive Electronics for Artists and Inventors N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-426 Advanced ETB/SIS: Special Topic: Digital Fabrication for the Arts N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-427 Advanced ETB: Special Topic: Diy Germline IGM Arts: Intentional Genetically Modified Human Genome Arts N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-429 Advanced ETB: Special Topic: PostNatural Studio N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-430 Advanced SIS: Sculpture Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-431 Advanced SIS: Installation Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-432 Advanced SIS: Site-Work Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-433 Advanced SIS: Clay Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-434 Advanced SIS: Foundry Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-435 Advanced SIS: Metals Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-437 Advanced SIS: Environmental Sculpture N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-438 Advanced SIS: Intimate Objects N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-446 Advanced SIS Special Topic: Material Worlds - Contemporary Sculpture and the Social Life of Objects Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-446 Advanced SIS Special Topic Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-446 Advanced SIS Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-447 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 60-448 Advanced CP Special Topic: Temporary Art in Public Space Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-449 Advanced CP: Experimental Talk Show LAB N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-450 Advanced PDP: Drawing Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-451 Advanced PDP: Anatomy/Drawing N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-453 Advanced PDP: Painting Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-455 Advanced PDP: Intaglio Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-456 Advanced PDP: Lithography N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-457 Advanced PDP: Idea Generation N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-458 Advanced PDP: Serigraphy N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-462 Advanced PDP: Two Dimensional Mixed Media Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-463 Advanced PDP: Print/Draw N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-465 Advanced PDP: bioGRAPHICAL Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-467 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 60-471 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 60-472 Mutable Landscape: Drawing and the Digital Photographic Image (CL 62-165) Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-473 Advanced PDP Special Topic Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-474 Advanced PDP Special Topic Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-475 Advanced DP3 Special Topic N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-486 The Art and Science of Color N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Art 60-540 The Artist as Entrepreneur N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted; see art advisor for information about taking this class.
Creating Business Administration 70-350 Business Acting N N
Creating Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99-241 Revolutions of Circularity N N
Creating Center for Arts and Society 64-300 CAS Fall Fellow N N
Creating Center for Arts and Society 64-401 Contemporary Poetry, Politics, and Publics N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-010 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 62-102 Modern Dance (Fall) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-103 Modern Dance (spring)
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-141 Black and White Photography I (CL 60-141) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-165 Mutable Landscape: Drawing and the Digital Photographic Image (CL 60-4725) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-232 Art + the Brain (CL 66-232)
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-241 Black and White Photography II (CL 60-241) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-245 Portrait Photography (Cl 60-245) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-268 Neurophoto (CL 60-268) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-326 Photographic Narrative (CL 51-321) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-360 Photographers and Photography Since World War II N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-371 Photography, The First 100 Years N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-375 Large Format Photography: The Antiquarian Avant-Garde (CL 60-376) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-381 Color Photography and Digital Output (CL 60380) Y N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-398 Interdisciplinary Independent Study: Topics in Photography N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-483 Growing Theatre Community Outreach (Fall) N N
Creating CFA Interdisciplinary 62-484 Growing Theatre Community Outreach (Spring) N N
Creating Computer Science 15-465 Advancted ETB: Animation and Technology Y N
Creating Design 51-231 Calligraphy I L N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-232 Calligraphy II L Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-261 Communication Design Fundamentals N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-262 Communication Design Fundamentals N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-264 Industrial Design Fundamentals N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-271 Design History I N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-321 Photographic Narrative Y N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-375 Meaning in Images N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-425 Beginning Book Arts Lab (fall) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-426 Beginning Book Arts Lab (spring) N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-427 Advanced Book Arts Workshop N N Non-majors are usually waitlisted. Submission of the "Instructor Permission Request" form or an email request to the instructor is recommended.
Creating Design 51-482 Interactive Art and Computational Design (CL60-412, 62-726) N N
Creating Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-232 Art + The Brain (CL 62-232)
Creating Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-332 Elective Seminar: The Theater of Politics N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Creating Drama 54-109 Dramaturgy I: Approaches to Text L N N
Creating Drama 54-162 Introduction to Costume Design N N Requires portfolio review and instructor permission.
Creating Drama 54-163 Production for Non-Majors (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-164 Production for Non-Majors (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-177 Foundations of Drama I (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-178 Foundations of Drama I (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-184 Dramaturgy 2: History and Practice N N
Creating Drama 54-187 Introduction to Playwriting (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-188 Introduction to Playwriting (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-189 Advanced Playwriting (fall) Y N
Creating Drama 54-190 Advanced Playwriting (spring) Y N
Creating Drama 54-191 Acting for Non-Majors (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-192 Acting for Non-Majors (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-193 Intro to Screenwriting (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-194 Intro to Screenwriting (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-195 Advanced Screenwriting (fall) Y N
Creating Drama 54-196 Advanced Screenwriting (spring) Y N
Creating Drama 54-239 History of Architecture and Décor (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-240 History of Architecture and Décor (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-245 History of Clothing (fall) N N
Creating Drama 54-246 History of Clothing (spring) N N
Creating Drama 54-281 Foundations of Drama II (fall) Y Y
Creating Drama 54-282 Foundations of Drama II (spring) Y Y
Creating Drama 54-363 Dramaturgy 5: Devised and Documentary Theatre Y N
Creating English 76-245 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories N N
Creating English 76-247 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances N N
Creating English 76-260 Survey of Forms: Fiction N N
Creating English 76-261 Survey of Forms: Non-Fiction N N
Creating English 76-265 Survey of Forms: Poetry N N
Creating English 76-266 Survey of Forms: Creative Non-Fiction N N
Creating English 76-268 Survey of Forms: Drama N N
Creating English 76-269 Survey of Forms: Screenwriting N N
Creating English 76-363 Reading in Forms: Poetry N N Reading in Forms: Contemporary Poetry
Creating English 76-364 Readings in Forms: Fiction N N
Creating English 76-375 Magazine Writing Y N
Creating Entertainment Technology Center 53-609 Game Design N N
Creating History 79-278 Rights to Representation: Indigenous People and their Media (CL 60-355) Y N
Creating History 79-316 Trajectories in Photography: Prehistory to 1945 N N
Creating History 79-317 Art, Anthropology, and Empire N N
Creating History 79-328 Photographers and Photography Since World War II (CL 62-360)
Creating History 79-357 History of Black American Music (CL 57-480) N N
Creating Music 57-101 Introduction to Music Technology L N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57-103 Elective Studio (Beginning Piano 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-105 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-106 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-107 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-108 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-109 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-110 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-117 Choral Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-118 Instrumental Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-120 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-121 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-122 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-123 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-125 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-126 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-127 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-128 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-129 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-130 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-131 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-132 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-133 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-134 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-135 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-136 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-137 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-138 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-139 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-140 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-141 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-142 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-143 Elective Studio (Alexander Technique I) N N Fee is $295.00. Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-144 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 Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-145 Elective Studio (Alexander Technique II) N N Fee is $295.00. Must be taken for a letter grade to be counted as a General Education course. Information is available from Daniel Barrett dbarrett@andrew.cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-149 Basic Harmony I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57-152 Harmony I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57-161 Eurhythmics I N N
Creating Music 57-171 Introduction to Music Technology (self-paced) L N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57-173 Survey of Western Music History N Y
Creating Music 57-180 Basic Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57-181 Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57-185 Advanced Solfege I N N Placement is based on exam.
Creating Music 57-209 The Beatles N N
Creating Music 57-227 Jazz Orchestra N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-230 Baroque Ensemble N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-337 Sound Recording L N N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57-338 Sound Editing and Mastering Y N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57-347 Electronic and Computer Music L Y N Almost no chance of freshman and sophomore non-minors getting in.
Creating Music 57-377 Psychology of Music L N N Limited spaces for junior and senior non-music majors.
Creating Music 57-420 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 57-423 Repertoire Orchestra N N Placement is based on audition. Information is available in June or December from Sharon Johnston. SLJ@cmu.edu
Creating Music 57-438 MultiTrack Recording Y N
Creating Music 57-463 Eurhythmics for Non-Majors N N
Creating Music 57-477 Music of the Spirit N N
Creating Music 57-478 Survey of Historical Recording N N
Creating Music 57-480 History of Black American Music N N
Creating Statistics 36-315 Statistical Graphics and Visualization Y N



Deciding
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Deciding Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99-231 Environmental and Early Warnings N N
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-323 Core Seminar: Congress N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-326 Core Seminar: The Presidency and Executive Branch N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-327 Core Seminar: International Policy and the Global System of the 21st Century N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-328 Elective Seminar: Lobbying, Money, and Influence in Washington N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-329 Elective Seminar: Green Governance N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-331 Elective Seminar: Spies! The Politics of Intelligence N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-333 Elective Seminar: U.S. Foreign Relations with Asia N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-334 Elective Seminar: Campaigns and Elections N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Deciding Economics 73-100 Principles of Economics H N N
Deciding Economics 73-230 Intermediate Microeconomics H Y Y
Deciding Engineering and Public Policy 19-211 Ethics and Policy Issues in Computing (CL 08200) N N
Deciding History 79-313 Objects of Value N N
Deciding History 79-342 Introduction to Science and Technology Studies N N
Deciding Institute for Software Research 08-200  Ethics and Policy Issues in Computing (CL 19211) N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-130 Introduction to Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-136 Social Structure, Public Policy & Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-208 Critical Thinking M N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-221 Philosophy of Social Science N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-230 Ethical Theory M N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-235 Political Philosophy N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-244 Environmental Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-245 Medical Ethics N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-247 Ethics and Global Economics M N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-270 Philosophy of Mind N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-271 Philosophy and Psychology N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-305 Rational Choice (CL 88-356) N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-321 Causation, Law, and Social Policy Y N
Deciding Philosophy 80-324 Philosophy of Economics H N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-335 Deliberative Democracy: Theory and Practice H N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-336 Philosophy and Law N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-337 Philosophy, Politics and Economics H N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-348 Health, Development, and Human Rights H N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-405 Game Theory H N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-430 Ethics and Medical Research M N N
Deciding Philosophy 80-447 Global Justice N N
Deciding Psychology 85-102 Introduction to Psychology H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-105 Introduction to Consciousness N N
Deciding Psychology 85-211 Cognitive Psychology H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-213 Human Info Processing & Artificial Intelligence M Y N
Deciding Psychology 85-219 Biological Foundations of Behavior H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-221 Principles of Child Development H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-241 Social Psychology H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-251 Personality H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-261 Abnormal Psychology H N N
Deciding Psychology 85-395 Applications of Cognitive Science L Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-104 Decision Processes in American Political Institutions M N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-120 Reason, Passion, and Cognition M N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-356 Rational Choice (CL 80-305) N N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-363 Behavioral Economics Theory Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-365 Behavioral Economics and Public Policy Y N
Deciding Social and Decision Sciences 88-388 Psychological Models of Decision Making Y N
Deciding Statistics 36-201 Statistical Reasoning and Practice N N
Deciding Statistics 36-207 Probability and Statistics for Business Applications Y N
Deciding Statistics 36-220 Engineering Statistics and Quality Control Y N
Deciding Statistics 36-247 Statistics for Lab Sciences Y N
Deciding Statistics 36-303 Sampling, Survey and Society Y N



Freshman Seminar
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 65-101 Humanities Scholars I: Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-149 Words & Numbers: Composing & Analyzing Texts N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Economics 73-101 Freshman Seminar: Behavioral Economics N N
Freshman Seminar English 76-143 Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar English 76-144 English Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar English 76-145 Freshman Seminar N N
Freshman Seminar History 79-155 Rethinking Race: The Shaping of the African American Experience N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-157 Feast and Famine: Population and Family Systems in Past and Present N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-162 Slavery and Freedom in African History N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-165 Freshman Seminar: The Historian as Detective and Storyteller N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-167 Freshman Seminar: Issues in American Environmental History N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-168 Freshman Seminar: The The Juvenile Court: Past and Present N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-169 Freshman Seminar: Capitalism and Individualism in American Culture N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-170 Freshman Seminar: Abraham Lincoln at 200: From 1809 to 2009 Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-171 Freshman Seminar: 19th and 20th Century Russia, Literature, Music, Art, Theatre N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-173 Freshman Seminar: Barack Obama and the History of Race in America N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-176 Freshman Seminar: The Politics of Science and Technology in a Cold War Era Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar History 79-177 Freshman Seminar: The Social Impact of War Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Information Systems 67-170 Freshman Seminar: Puzzles, Games, and Problem Solving  
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-179 Freshman Seminar: The Faust Legend at Home and Abroad N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-180 Freshman Seminar: Matisse and Picasso: Friends or Foes N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-181 19th & 20th C Russian Literatire, Music, Art & the Theatre N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-182 Language & Culture: Language in its Social Context N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-186 Freshman Seminar: Introduction to Russian Culture N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Modern Languages 82-188 The Uses and Abuses of Haiti: History, Politics, Culture and Language N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-103 Mathematical Thought from Euclid to Cantor N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-104 Freshman Seminar: Voting Theory N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-105 Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-106 Freshman Seminar: Science Fiction and Philosophy N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-107 Freshman Seminar N N
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-108 Freshman Seminar: Thinking about Thinking N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-109 Freshman Seminar: Perspectives on Climate Change N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-109 Establishing Foundations for Claims about Language: Linguistic Theory N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-114 Freshman Seminar: Mind, Meaning and Morals N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Philosophy 80-115 Philosophy Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-110 Freshman Seminar: How Children Learn to Learn N N
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-112 Freshman Seminar: Problem Solving & the Legacy of Herbert Simon N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-113 Why People Believe Weird Things N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-114 Mind and Brain: The Neural Basis of Thought N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-115 Freshman Seminar: The Mind, the Brain, and the Computer Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-116 Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-117 Assessing Carnegie Mellon University Education N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-119 Freshman Seminar: An Introduction to Consciousness N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-121 Freshman Seminar: How Children Learn Mathematics N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Psychology 85-122 Freshman Seminar: What is Scientific Thinking and How Can It Be Taught? N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Social and Decision Sciences 88-111 Freshman Seminar: Human Rights and Global Politics N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Social and Decision Sciences 88-119 Freshman Seminar: Strategy Cooperation and Competition N N
Freshman Seminar Social and Decision Sciences 88-122 Freshman Seminar: Introduction to Game Theory and Strategy N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Social and Decision Sciences 88-123 US Grand Strategy for the Cold War & International Terror N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Statistics 36-148 Freshman Seminar: Numbers Games-Sports & Gambling 21st Century Open only to H&SS Freshmen.
Freshman Seminar Statistics 36-149 Statistics Freshman Seminar N N Open only to H&SS Freshmen.



Modeling/Other
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling/Other Economics 73-301 Evolution of Economics Issues and Analysis
Modeling/Other Economics 73-315 Market Design
Modeling/Other Economics 73-347 Game Theory
Modeling/Other Economics 73-348 Behavioral Economics
Modeling/Other Economics 73-352 Public Economics
Modeling/Other Economics 73-365 Firms, Market Structures, and Strategy
Modeling/Other Economics 73-408 Law and Economics
Modeling/Other Economics 73-421 Emerging Markets
Modeling/Other Economics 73-440 Auctions and Markets
Modeling/Other Economics 73-449 Social, Economics and Information Networks



Modeling: Mathematics
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-110 Problem Solving in Recreational Mathematics N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-111 Calculus I N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-112 Calculus II Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-120 Differential and Integral Calculus N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-121 Integration and Differential Equations Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-122 Integration, Differential Equations & Approximation Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-123 Calculus of Approximation (5 units) Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-127 Concepts of Mathematics N N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-131 Analysis I Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-132 Analysis II Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-241 Matrices and Linear Transformations Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-256 Multivariate Analysis and Approximation Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Mathematical Sciences 21-259 Calculus in Three Dimensions Y N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80-110 Nature of Mathematical Reasoning N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80-210 Logic and Proofs N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80-211 Logic and Mathematical Inquiry N N
Modeling: Mathematics Philosophy 80-212 Arguments and Logical Analysis



Modeling: Natural Sciences
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-121 Modern Biology H N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-125 Evolution and the History of Life M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-132 Basic Science to Modern Medicine N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-161 Brain Biology
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-203 Bench to Bedside: Process of Regenerative Therapeutics M N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-230 Introduction to Mammalian Physiology Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-231 Biochemistry I M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-232 Biochemistry I M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-250 Introduction to Computational Biology (CL 02250 , 02251 , 03250 , 03251) Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-362 Cellular Neuroscience
Modeling: Natural Sciences Biological Sciences 03-363 Systems Neuroscience
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-101 Introduction to Experimental Chemistry (3 units) L N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-103 Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Change (non-maj) H N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-105 Introduction of Modern Chemistry I H N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-106 Modern Chemistry II M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-217 Organic Chemistry I M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-218 Organic Chemistry II M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-221 Laboratory I: Introduction to Chemical Analysis M Y N Availability is higher in the Spring semester.
Modeling: Natural Sciences Chemistry 09-222 Laboratory II: Organic Synthesis and Analysis L Y N Availability is higher in the Fall semester.
Modeling: Natural Sciences Civil and Environmental Engineering 12-201 Geology
Modeling: Natural Sciences Computational Biology 02-250 Introduction to Computational Biology (CL 02251 , 02252 , 03250 , 03251) Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Computational Biology 02-261 Quantitative Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-100 Basic Experimental Physics N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-104 Experimental Physics N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-106 Physics I for Engineering Students H N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-107 Physics II for Engineering Students H Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-111 Physics I for Science Students H N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-112 Physics II for Science Students H Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-114 Physics of Musical Sound H N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-115 Physics for Future Presidents N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-124 Introduction to Astronomy H N N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-131 Matter and Interactions I H N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-132 Matter and Interactions II H Y Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-211 Physics III: Modern Essentials M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-213 Mini-Courses in Special Relativity (4 units) M Y N
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-224 Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe H N Y
Modeling: Natural Sciences Physics 33-355 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology H Y N



Modeling: Other
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Modeling: Other Biomedical Engineering 42-101 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering N N
Modeling: Other Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99-238 Materials, Energy and Environment N N
Modeling: Other Chemical Engineering 06-100 Introduction to Chemical Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Chemistry 09-109 Kitchen Chemistry Sessions N N
Modeling: Other Chemistry 09-209 Kitchen Chemistry Sessions L Y N
Modeling: Other Civil and Environmental Engineering 12-100 Intro to Civil and Environmental Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Computational Biology 02-223 How to Analyze Your Own Genome N N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15-104 Introduction to Computing for Creative Practice Registration for this course is by special permission. Please contact Kelly B. Delaney, IDeATe Project Manager at kellydel@andrew.cmu.edu.
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15-110 Principles of Computing N N
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15-112 Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science
Modeling: Other Computer Science 15-121 Introduction to Data Structures Y N
Modeling: Other Electrical & Computer Engineering 18-100 Introduction to Electrical & Computer Engineering (co-requisite 21-120) Y Y
Modeling: Other Engineering and Public Policy 19-101 Introduction Engineering & Public Policy Y N Co-requisite is not required for non-CIT students.
Modeling: Other Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05-291 Human-Computer Interaction for Non-Majors Y N
Modeling: Other Human-Computer Interaction Institute 05-413 Human Factors N N
Modeling: Other Materials Science and Engineering 27-100 Engineering the Materials of the Future Y N
Modeling: Other Mechanical Engineering 24-101 Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Y N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-220 Philosophy of Science N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-222 Measurement and Methodology N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-226 Revolutions in Science N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-312 Philosophy of Mathematics N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-313 Philosophy of Logic N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-322 Philosophy of Physics N N
Modeling: Other Philosophy 80-323 Philosophy of Biology N N
Modeling: Other Physics 33-120 Science and Science Fiction
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-355 Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-370 Perception L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-392 Human Expertise L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-406 Autism: Psychological and Neuroscience Perspectives L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-412 Cognitive Modeling L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-414 Cognitive Neuropsychology L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-419 Introduction to Parallel Distributed Processing L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-423 Cognitive Development L Y N
Modeling: Other Psychology 85-429 Cognitive Brain Imaging L N N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88-360 Behavioral Economics M Y N
Modeling: Other Social and Decision Sciences 88-391 Technology and Economic Growth M N N
Modeling: Other Statistics 36-202 Statistical Methods Y N This course builds on the principles and methods of statistical reasoning developed in 36-201. The course will cover simple and multiple regression and analysis of variance methods. Other topics will be selected from the following: Logistic regression, no



Reflecting
GenEd
Category
Dept Course # Title Avail-
ability
Prereq Coreq Notes
Reflecting Art 60-244 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 99-242 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 Center for Arts and Society 64-400 CAS Spring Fellow: The Art of Gentrification N N
Reflecting Center for Arts and Society 64-402 Practices & Issues in Contemporary Asian Art N N
Reflecting CFA Interdisciplinary 62-100 Critical Histories of the Arts N N
Reflecting CFA Interdisciplinary 62-244 Contemporary Photo Theory (CL 60-244) N N
Reflecting Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-301 Science & Christianity: A Multidiscipline Approach N N
Reflecting Dietrich College Interdisciplinary 66-335 Elective Seminar: Politics of the Middle East N N Open only to Washington Semester Program students.
Reflecting Economics 73-375 History of Money and Monetary Policy Y N
Reflecting Engineering and Public Policy 19-411 Global Competitiveness (CL 19711) N N
Reflecting English 76-213 19th Century British Literature: Victorian Women Writers N N
Reflecting English 76-221 Studies in Classical Literature: Books You Should Have Read By Now N N
Reflecting English 76-222 Contemporary American Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-230 Medieval Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-232 African American Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-233 African American Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-234 20th Century American Literary and Cultural Studies M Y N
Reflecting English 76-235 20th Century American Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-236 20th Century British and American Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-239 Introduction to Film Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-241 Introduction to Gender Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-243 20th Century British and American Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-246 Renaissance Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-313 19th Century Literature: Controversial Victorians: Darwin, Marx, and Arnold Y N
Reflecting English 76-314 19th Century British Literary and Cultural Studies: The New Woman Y N
Reflecting English 76-315 19th Century American Literary and Cultural Studies: 19th Century American Literature Y N
Reflecting English 76-319 Environmental Rhetoric N N
Reflecting English 76-322 Global Masala: South Asians in the Diaspora Y N
Reflecting English 76-330  Medieval Literature N N
Reflecting English 76-331 Renaissance Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-332 Topics in African American Literature N N
Reflecting English 76-334 19th Century Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-335 20th Century Literary and Cultural Studies N N
Reflecting English 76-336  19th Century Literary and Cultural Studies Y N
Reflecting English 76-337 Global Literature: Fictions of Globalization N N
Reflecting English 76-337 World Literature Y N
Reflecting English 76-338 The American Cinema N N
Reflecting English 76-339 Advanced Studies in Film and Media Y N
Reflecting English 76-341 Advanced Gender Studies (CL 76741) Y N
Reflecting English 76-344 Studies of Print Culture (topics vary by semester) CL 76-744 Y N
Reflecting English 76-345 Renaissance Literature Y N
Reflecting English 76-346 Renaissaince Studies M Y N
Reflecting English 76-347 American Literary & Cultural Studies: Contemporary Fiction N N
Reflecting English 76-348 American Novel after 1945 N N
Reflecting English 76-349 The Lost Generation N N
Reflecting English 76-350 History of Critical Ideas: Theories of Reading, Performance, and Spectatorship Y N
Reflecting English 76-354 South Asian Literature N N
Reflecting English 76-367 Genre Studies: The Novel and the Rise of Professionalism Y N
Reflecting English 76-376 Genre Studies: Major Works of Modern Poetry Y N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Cultures in Contact N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Genocide and Weapons of Mass Destruction N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Innovation and Social Change N N
Reflecting History 79-104 People, Processes, and the Environment
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Latin America and Global Environmental Change N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: The Civil Rights Movement and the World N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Ten Days that Shook China and the World N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: Creolization in the African Diaspora N N
Reflecting History 79-104 Global Histories: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East Since 1945 N N
Reflecting History 79-202 Flesh and Spirit: Early Modern Europe, 1400-1750 N N
Reflecting History 79-203 Socialism in 20th Century Eastern Europe N N
Reflecting History 79-204 India and the World: A History of Globalization
Reflecting History 79-205 20th Century Europe N N
Reflecting History 79-207 Development of European Culture N N
Reflecting History 79-208 Europe’s Two Revolutions: Dynamics of Change in 19th Century N N
Reflecting History 79-213 Nationalities and the New States of the Former USSR N N
Reflecting History 79-220 The Caribbean: Cultures and Histories N N
Reflecting History 79-221 Development and Democracy in Latin America N N
Reflecting History 79-222 Between Revolutions: Development of Modern Latin America N N
Reflecting History 79-224 Mayan America N N
Reflecting History 79-226 Introduction to African History: Earliest Times to 1780 N N
Reflecting History 79-227 Introduction to African History: 1780-1994 N N
Reflecting History 79-229 Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: 1880-1948 N N
Reflecting History 79-230 Arab-Israeli Conflict and Peace Process Since 1948 N N
Reflecting History 79-240 Development of American Culture N N
Reflecting History 79-241 African-American History: Africa to the Civil War N N
Reflecting History 79-242 Topics in African American History: Reconstruction to the Present N N
Reflecting History 79-243 African-American Women in U.S. History N N
Reflecting History 79-244 Women in American History N N
Reflecting History 79-245 Capitalism and Individualism in American Culture. N N
Reflecting History 79-246 Industrial America
Reflecting History 79-249 20th Century U.S. N N
Reflecting History 79-251 India/America: Democracy, Diversity, Development N N
Reflecting History 79-254 Topics in the Jewish Diaspora N N
Reflecting History 79-255 Irish History N N
Reflecting History 79-256 20th Century Germany N N
Reflecting History 79-258 French History: From the Revolution to De Gualle N N
Reflecting History 79-261 Chinese Culture and Society N N
Reflecting History 79-262 Modern China Y N
Reflecting History 79-265 Russian History: From the First to the Last Tsar N N
Reflecting History 79-266 Russian History: From Communism to Capitalism N N
Reflecting History 79-267 The Soviet Union in World War II N N
Reflecting History 79-268 World War I: The Twentieth Century's First Catastrophe
Reflecting History 79-272 Iberian Encounters: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Spain
Reflecting History 79-281 Introduction to Religion N N
Reflecting History 79-289 Animal Planet: An Environmental History of People and Animals
Reflecting History 79-292 China Inside Out: Going Global, 19th to 21st Centuries Y N
Reflecting History 79-297 Dilemmas and Controversies in Anthropology
Reflecting History 79-301 Jewish American Experience N N
Reflecting History 79-303 Pittsburgh and the Transformation of Modern Urban America N N
Reflecting History 79-307 Religion and Politics in the Middle East N N
Reflecting History 79-311 Introduction to Anthropology N N
Reflecting History 79-314 The Politics and Culture of Memory N N
Reflecting History 79-315 Hawaii: America's Pacific Island State N N
Reflecting History 79-318 Sustainable Social Change: History and Practice
Reflecting History 79-320 Women, Politics, and Protest N N
Reflecting History 79-323 Family Gender and Sexuality in European History, 500-1800 N N
Reflecting History 79-330 Medicine and Society N N
Reflecting History 79-336 Leadership, Travel, and the Personal Narrative
Reflecting History 79-343 History of American Urban Life N N
Reflecting History 79-345 The Roots of Rock and Roll N N
Reflecting History 79-348 Abraham Lincoln at 200: From 1809-2009 N N
Reflecting History 79-349 The Holocaust in Historical Perspective N N
Reflecting History 79-350 Early Christianity N N
Reflecting History 79-352 Christendom Divided: The Protestant and Catholic Reformation, 1450-1650
Reflecting History 79-353 Religious Identities and Religious Conflicts in 19th Century Europe N N
Reflecting History 79-355 World Citizenship
Reflecting History 79-358 The Pacific Encounters the West: An Anthropology of Globalization
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-273 Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-278 Japanese Literature in Translation Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-303 French Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-304 Francophone World Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-305 French in its Social Contexts Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-311 Arabic Language and Culture
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-312 Arabic Language and Culture II
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-323 Germany, Austria & Switzerland in the 20th C Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-324 Contemporary Germany, Austria, and Switzerland Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-325 Introduction to German Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-342 Spain: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-343 Latin America: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-344 U.S. Latinos: Language and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-345 Introduction to Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-361 Introduction to Italian Culture Y
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-362 Italian Language and Culture: Italy as Seen through Film N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-396 Faust Legend at Home and Abroad N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-397 Russia’s Demons Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-399 Special Topics in Russian Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-415 Topics in French and Francophone Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-416 Topics in French and Francophone Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-421 German Literature of the 19th Century Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-422 German Literature of the Early 20th Century Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-424 The New Germany Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-425 Topics in German Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-426 Topics in German Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-427 Nazi and Resistance Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-428 History of German Film Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-432 Popular Culture in China N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-433 Topics of Contemporary Culture of China Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-434 Studies in Chinese Traditions Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-441 Studies in Peninsular Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-445 US Latino Lit: Necessity is Mother To all “Coyotes” Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-451 Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-452 The Latin American Fin de Siglo Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-453 Voices Within: The Crisis of Latin Am Identity Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-454 The Hispanic Caribbean Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-455 Topics in Hispanic Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-456 Topics in Hispanic Studies Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-457 Contemporary Latin American Texts: “Back to the Future” - Revision, Rewriting, and Representation Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-474 Topics in Japanese Studies: Culture from the Marginal Voices of Japan Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-475 Topics in Japanese Studies: Aspects of Daily Life Buddhist Perspectives Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-491 Literature, Politics, and Film in Russia and East Europe Today N N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-492 Historical Imagination in 19th Russian Literature. Y N
Reflecting Modern Languages 82-493 Joseph Brodsky in Context N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-100 Introduction to Philosophy H N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-135 Introduction to Political Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-150 Nature of Reason N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-151 God in the West N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-201 Epistemology N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-250 Ancient Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-251 Modern Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-252 Kant N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-253 Continental Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-254 Analytic Philosophy N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-255 Pragmatism N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-256 Modern Moral Philosophy M N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-257 Nietzsche N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-258 Hume
Reflecting Philosophy 80-261 Empiricism and Rationalism H N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-275 Metaphysics N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-276 Philosophy of Religion N N
Reflecting Philosophy 80-363 19th Century Foundations of Science H N N
Reflecting Psychology 85-363 Attention, Its Development and Disorders L Y N
Reflecting Psychology 85-375 Cross Cultural Psychology L Y N
Reflecting Psychology 85-421 Language and Thought L Y N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88-181 Topics In Law: 1st Amendment M N N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88-184 Topics of Law: The Bill of Rights M N N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88-314 Politics Through Film M N N
Reflecting Social and Decision Sciences 88-384 Conflict and Conflict Resolution in International Relations M N N



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University Requirement Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99-101 Computing @ Carnegie Mellon H N N
University Requirement Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies 99-102 Computing @ Carnegie Mellon H N N



 

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