Course Listing

Below is also a complete listing of approved Purdue West Lafayette courses that may be used for meeting foundational learning outcomes.

An Excel spreadsheet of all approved courses (courses taken at Purdue campuses and other Indiana institutions as well as transfer courses) may also be found here.

AGEC 20300 Intro to Microeconomics for Food and Agribusiness

AGEC 20400 Intro to Resource Economics and Environmental Policy

AGEC 21700 Economics

AGEC 25000 The Economic Geography of World Food and Resources

AGR 20100 Communications Across Cultures

ANTH 10000 Intro to Anthropology

ANTH 20100 Intro to Archaeological and World Prehistory

ANTH 20300 Biological Basis of Human Social Behavior

ANTH 20500 Human Cultural Diversity

ANTH 23000 Gender Across Cultures

ANTH 37900 Native American Culture

CLCS 18100 Classical World Civilizations

COM 21200 Approaches to the study of interpersonal communication

COM 22400 Communicating in the Global Workplace

ECON 21000 Principles of Economics

ECON 25100 Microeconomics

ECON 25200 Macroeconomics

EDCI 28500 Multiculturalism in Education

EDPS 23500 Learning and Motivation

EDPS 26500 The Inclusive Classroom

EDPS 31600 Collaborative Leadership: Cross-Cultural Settings

EDST 20010 Educational Policies And Laws

EDST 24800 Contemporary Issues in American Schools

ENGL 22700 Intro to Linguistics

ENGL 22800 Language and Social Identity

HDFS 20100 Introduction to Family Processes

HDFS 21000 Intro to Human Development

HDFS 28000 Diversity in Individual and Family Life

HTM 37200 Global Tourism Geography

LC 26100 Introduction to the Linguistic Study of Foreign Languages

LING 20100 Intro to Linguistics

POL 10100 American Government and Politics

POL 12000 Introduction to Public Policy

POL 13000 Introduction to International Relations

POL 14100 Governments of the World

POL 22200 Women, Politics, and Policy

POL 22300 Introduction to Environmental Policy

POL 23000 Introduction to the Study of Peace

POL 23100 Introduction to U. S. Foreign Policy

POL 23500 International Relations Among Rich and Poor Nations

POL 32600 Black Political Participation in America

POL 32700 Global Green Politics

POL 33500 China and the Challenge of Globalization

POL 37200 Indiana Government & Politics

PSY 12000 Elementary Psychology

SLHS 22700 Intro to Linguistics

SOC 10000 Intro to Sociology

SOC 22000 Social Problems

WGSS 28000 Intro to Women’s Studies

WGSS 28200 Introduction to LGBT Studies

WGSS 38000 Gender and Multiculturalism

AAS 27100 Intro to African American Studies

AD 11300 Basic Drawings

AD 11700 Photography I

AD 12500 Intro to Interior Design

AD 22600 History of Art to 1400

AD 22700 History of Art since 1400

AD 24200 Ceramics I

AD 25100 History of Photography

AD 25500 Art Appreciation

AD 26500 Relief Printmaking

AD 26600 Silkscreen Printmaking

AD 27500 Beginning Sculpture

AD 38300 Modern Art

AD 38400 Contemporary Art

AMST 20100 Intro to American Studies

ARAB 10100 Standard Arabic Level I

ARAB 10200 Standard Arabic Level II

ARAB 20100 Standard Arabic Level III

ARAB 20200 Standard Arabic Level IV

ARAB 28000 Arabic Culture

ARAB 30100 Standard Arabic Level V

ARAB 30200 Standard Arabic Level VI

ASAM 24000 Intro to Asian American Studies

ASL 10100 American Sign Language I

ASL 10200 American Sign Language II

ASL 20100 American Sign Language III

ASL 20200 American Sign Language IV

CHNS 10100 Chinese Level I

CHNS 10200 Chinese Level II

CHNS 20100 Chinese Level III

CHNS 20200 Chinese Level IV

CHNS 24100 Introduction to the Study of Chinese Literature

CHNS 28000 Topics in Chinese Civilization and Culture

CHNS 30100 Chinese Level V

CHNS 30200 Chinese Level VI

CHNS 33000 Introduction to Chinese Cinema

CHNS 33000 Introduction to Chinese Cinema

CHNS 40100 Chinese Level VII

CHNS 40200 Chinese Level VII

CLCS 23010 Survey of Greek Literature in Translation

CLCS 23100 Survey of Latin Literature

CLCS 23200 Classical Roots of English Words

CLCS 23300 Comparative Mythology

CLCS 23500 Classical Mythology

CLCS 23700 Gender & Sexuality in Greek & Roman Antiquity

CLCS 23800 The Tragic Vision

CLCS 23900 The Comic Vision

CLCS 33900 Literature and the Law

CLCS 38000 Alexander the Great & Hellenistic World

CMPL 26600 Intro to World Lit Beg - 1600

CMPL 26700 World Lit from 1700 to the present

DANC 25000 Dance Appreciation

EDST 20000 History & Philosophy of Education

ENGL 11000 American Language And Culture For International Students I

ENGL 20200 Engaging English

ENGL 22500 Literature, Inequality, and Injustice

ENGL 23000 Great Narrative Works

ENGL 23700 Introduction to Poetry

ENGL 23800 Intro to Fiction

ENGL 24000 Survey Of The British Literature: From The Beginnings Through The Neoclassical Period

ENGL 24100 Survey Of The British Literature: From The Rise Of Romanticism To The Modern Period

ENGL 25000 Great American Books

ENGL 26700 World Lit from 1700 to the present

ENGL 27600 Shakespeare on Film

ENGL 28600 The Movies

ENGL 32200 Word, Image, Media

ENGL 35000 Survey Of American Literature From Its Beginnings To 1865

ENGL 35100 Survey Of American Literature From 1865 To The Post-World War II Period

ENGL 36000 Gender and Literature

ENGL 36500 Literature and Imperialism

ENGL 36700 Mystery and Detective Fiction

ENGL 37300 Science Fiction and Fantasy

ENGL 38100 The British Novel

ENGL 38200 The American Novel

ENGL 38900 Literature for Children

FR 10100 French Level I

FR 10200 French Level II

FR 20100 French Level III

FR 20200 French Level IV

FR 30100 French Level V

FR 30200 French Level VI

FR 33000 French Cinema

FR 40100 French Level VII

FR 40200 French Level VIII

GER 10100 German Level I

GER 10200 German Level II

GER 20100 German Level III

GER 20200 German Level IV

GER 23000 German Literature in Translation

GER 30100 German Level V

GER 30200 German Level VI

GER 33000 German Cinema

GER 40100 German Level VII

GER 40200 German Level VIII

GREK 10100 Ancient Greek Level I

GREK 10200 Ancient Greek Level II

GREK 20100 Ancient Greek Level III

GREK 20200 Ancient Greek Level IV

GS 10000 American Language And Culture For International Students I

GSLA 30100 Theories of Global Studies

HEBR 10100 Modern Hebrew Level I

HEBR 10200 Modern Hebrew Level II

HEBR 12100 Biblical Hebrew Level I

HEBR 12200 Biblical Hebrew Level II

HEBR 20100 Modern Hebrew Level III

HEBR 20200 Modern Hebrew Level IV

HEBR 22100 Biblical Hebrew Level III

HEBR 22200 Biblical Hebrew Level IV

HEBR 28000 Modern Israel

HEBR 38000 Israel and the Modern World

HIST 10300 Intro to the Medieval World

HIST 10400 Intro to the Modern World

HIST 10500 Survey of Global World

HIST 15100 American History to 1877

HIST 15200 United States since 1877

HIST 21000 The Making of Modern Africa

HIST 21100 The Global Field: World Soccer and Global History

HIST 23800 History of Russia from Medieval times to 1861

HIST 23900 History of Russia from 1861 to the Present

HIST 24000 East Asia and Its Historic Tradition

HIST 24100 East Asia in the Modern World

HIST 24300 South Asian History and Civilizations

HIST 24500 Middle East History and Culture

HIST 24600 Modern Middle East and North Africa

HIST 25000 U. S. Relations with the Middle East & No. Africa

HIST 27100 Latin American History to 1824

HIST 27200 Latin American History from 1824

HIST 30000 Eve Of Destruction: Global Crises And World Organization In The 20th Century

HIST 30305 Food in Modern America

HIST 30400 America in the 1960s

HIST 30505 The U. S. in the World 1898-present

HIST 31005 The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877

HIST 31405 Science, Technology, Engineering And Mathematics (STEM) And Gender

HIST 31505 American Beauty

HIST 32300 German History

HIST 32400 Modern France

HIST 32900 History of Women in Modern Europe

HIST 33805 History of Human Rights

HIST 34000 Modern China

HIST 34100 History Of Africa South Of The Sahara

HIST 34300 Traditional Japan

HIST 34400 History of Modern Japan

HIST 34901 The First World War

HIST 35100 The Second World War

HIST 35400 Women in America to 1870

HIST 35500 History of American Military Affairs

HIST 35900 Gender in East Asian History

HIST 36305 The History of Medicine and Public Health

HIST 36305 The History of Medicine and Public Health

HIST 37100 Society, Culture, and Rock and Roll

HIST 37500 Women in America since 1870

HIST 37700 History and Culture of Native America

HIST 38001 History of U. S. Agriculture

HIST 38200 American Constitutional History

HIST 38300 Recent American Constitutional History

HIST 38400 History of Aviation

HIST 38700 History of the Space Age

HIST 39400 Environmental History of the United States

HIST 39600 The Afro-American to 1865

HIST 39800 The Afro-American since 1865

ITAL 10100 Italian Level I

ITAL 10200 Italian Level II

ITAL 10500 Accelerated Basic Italian

ITAL 20100 Italian Level III

ITAL 20200 Italian Level IV

ITAL 20500 Accelerated Intermediate Italian

ITAL 28000 Italian Culture & Civilization

ITAL 28100 The Italian Renaissance

ITAL 30100 Italian Level V

ITAL 30200 Italian Level VI

ITAL 33000 Italian Cinema

ITAL 33300 The Spirit of Italian Comedy

ITAL 38000 Italian Culture & Civilization

JPNS 10100 Japanese Level I

JPNS 10200 Japanese Level II

JPNS 20100 Japanese Level III

JPNS 20200 Japanese Level IV

JPNS 30100 Japanese Level V

JPNS 30200 Japanese Level VI

JPNS 40100 Japanese Level VII

JPNS 40200 Japanese Level VIII

JWST 33000 Introduction to Jewish Studies

LATN 10100 Latin Level I

LATN 10200 Latin Level II

LATN 20100 Latin Level III

LATN 20200 Latin Level IV

LATN 34300 Roman Oratory

LATN 34400 Roman Epic

LATN 34500 Roman Elegy

LATN 34600 Roman Rhetoric

LATN 34700 Roman Comedy

LATN 44200 Roman Lyric Poetry

LATN 44300 Roman Satire

LATN 44400 Roman Philosophers

LATN 44500 Roman Encyclopedists

LATN 44600 Roman Historians

LC 23900 Contemp. Foreign Women Writers in Translation

LC 33300 The Middle Ages on Film

MUS 25000 Music Appreciation

MUS 26100 Fundamentals of Music

MUS 36100 Music Theory I

MUS 37800 Jazz History

PHIL 11000 Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 11100 Ethics

PHIL 11400 Global Moral Issues

PHIL 20600 Philosophy of Religion

PHIL 21900 Introduction to Existentialism

PHIL 22500 Philosophy and Gender

PHIL 23000 Religions of the East

PHIL 23100 Religions of the West

PHIL 24000 Social and Political Philosophy

PHIL 24200 Philosophy, Culture, and the African-American Experience

PHIL 27500 Philosophy of Art

PHIL 28000 Ethics and Animals

PHIL 29000 Environmental Ethics

PHIL 30100 History of Ancient Philosophy

PHIL 30200 History of Medieval Philosophy

PHIL 30300 History of Modern Philosophy

PHIL 30400 19th Century Philosophy

PHIL 33000 Religions of the East

PTGS 10100 Portuguese Level I

PTGS 10200 Portuguese Level II

PTGS 10500 Accelerated Portuguese

PTGS 20100 Portuguese Level III

PTGS 20200 Portuguese Level IV

PTGS 30100  Portuguese Level V

PTGS 30200  Portuguese Level VI

REL 20000 Intro to study of religion

REL 23000 Religions of the East

REL 23100 Religions of the West

RUSS 10100 Russian Level I

RUSS 10200 Russian Level II

RUSS 20100 Russian Level III

RUSS 20200 Russian Level IV

RUSS 28100 Post Soviet Experience

RUSS 30100 Russian Level V

RUSS 30200 Russian Level VI

RUSS 33000 Russian and East European Cinema

RUSS 40100 Russian Level VII

RUSS 40200 Russian Level VIII

SPAN 10100 Spanish Level I

SPAN 10200 Spanish Level II

SPAN 20100 Spanish Level III

SPAN 20200 Spanish Level IV

SPAN 23500 Spanish American Literature in Translation

SPAN 30100 Spanish Level V

SPAN 30200 Spanish Level VI

SPAN 30500 Spanish For Heritage Speakers

SPAN 30801 Advanced Spanish For Heritage Speakers

SPAN 33000 Spanish And Latin American Cinema

SPAN 40100 Spanish Level VII

SPAN 40200 Spanish Level VIII

THTR 20100 Theater Appreciation

WGSS 28000 Intro to Women’s Studies

AGR 20100 Communications Across Cultures

BIOL 11500 Biology Resource Seminar

COM 25100 Intro to Electronic Mass Media

COM 25100 Communication, Information and Society

EDCI 27000 Intro to Educational Technology

EDPS 10500 Academic and Career Planning

ENGL 10200 English Composition II

ENGL 10300 Comprehensive First Year Composition

ENGL 10600 First Year Composition

ENGL 10800 Accelerated First Year Composition:

ENGR 13100 Transforming Ideas to Innovation I

ENGR 13300 Transforming Ideas to Innovation – EPICS

ENGR 14100 Honors Creativity & Innovation in Engineering Design I

HONR 19903 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Writing

MGMT 17500 Information Strategies for Management Students

NUR 22301 Foundations of Research and Evidence-based Practice

PHIL 12000 Critical Thinking

PHIL 26000 Philosophy & Law

POL 30000 Introduction to Political Analysis

PSY 10000 Intro to the Science and Fields of Psychology

SCLA 10100 Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking & Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

STAT 11300 Statistics and Society

STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods

TECH 12000 Technology and the Individual

COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication

COM 21700 Science Writing and Presentations

EDPS 31500 Collaborative Leadership: Interpersonal Skills

SCLA 10200 Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking & Communication II: Modern World

MA 13800 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

MA 15200 College Algebra

MA 15300 Algebra and Trigonometry I

MA 15400 Algebra and Trigonometry II

MA 15555 Quantitative Reasoning

MA 15800 Functions and Trigonometry

MA 15910 Introduction to Calculus

MA 16010 Applied Calculus I

MA 16020 Applied Calculus II

MA 16100 Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

MA 16200 Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II

MA 16500 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

MA 16600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II

MA 17300 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

MA 17400 Multivariable Calculus

MA 18100 Honors Calculus I

MA 18200 Honors Calculus II

MA 19000 Quantitative Reasoning

MA 22000 Introduction to Calculus

MA 22100 Calculus for Technology I

MA 22200 Calculus for Technology II

MA 22300 Introductory Analysis I

MA 22400 Introductory Analysis II

MA 23100 Calculus for the Life Sciences I

MA 23200 Calculus for the Life Sciences II

MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus

MA 26200 Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II

MA 26500 Linear Algebra

MA 26600 Ordinary Differential Equations

MA 27100 Several Variable Calculus

MA 27101 Honors Multivariate Calculus

MA 35100 Elementary Linear Algebra

MA 36600 Ordinary Differential Equations

PHIL 15000 Principles Of Logic

ANTH 20400 Intro to Bio Anthro and Human Evolution

ASTR 26300 Descriptive Astronomy: The Solar System

ASTR 26400 Descriptive Astronomy: Stars and Galaxies

BIOL 11000 Fundamentals of Biology I

BIOL 11100 Fundamentals of Biology II

BIOL 11200 Fundamentals of Biology I

BIOL 11300 Fundamentals of Biology II

BIOL 12100 Biology I: Ecology, Diversity, & Behavior

BIOL 13100 Biology II: Dev, Structure & Function of Organisms

BIOL 13500 First Year Biology Lab

BIOL 14501 First year biol lab with neuro res project

BIOL 14502 First year BIOL lab with Micro Res Project

BIOL 14600 Introduction to Biology

BIOL 20100 Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 20200 Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 20300 Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 20400 Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 20500 Biology for Elementary School Teachers

BIOL 20600 Biology for Elementary School Teachers

BTNY 11000 Intro to Plant Science

CHM 11100 General Chemistry

CHM 11200 General Chemistry

CHM 11500 General Chemistry

CHM 11600 General Chemistry

CHM 12500 Introduction to Chemistry

CHM 12600 Introduction to Chemistry II

CHM 12901 General Chemistry with Biological focus

CHM 13600 General Chemistry Honors

CHM 20000 Fundamentals of chemistry

EAPS 10200 Earth Science for Elementary Education

EAPS 10500 The Planets

EAPS 10900 The Dynamic Earth

EAPS 11100 Physical Geology

EAPS 11200 Earth Through Time

EAPS 11600 Earthquakes and Volcanoes

EAPS 11700 Introduction to Atmospheric Science

EAPS 13800 Thunderstorms & Tornadoes

EAPS 22100 Survey of Atmospheric Science

EAPS 22500 Science of the Atmosphere

EAPS 24300 Earth Materials I

EAPS 24400 Earth Materials II

ENGR 16100 Honors Introduction to Innovation and the Physical Science of Engineering Design I

ENGR 16200 Honors Introduction to Innovation and the Physical Science of Engineering Design II

ENTM 10500 Insects: Friends & Foe

ENTM 20600 General Entomology

ENTM 21000 Intro to Insect Behavior

ENTM 22810 Forensic Investigation

ENTM 22820 Forensic Analysis

HORT 10100 Fundamentals of Horticulture

NRES 23000 Survey of Meteorology

NUTR 20200 Principles Of Food Preparation And Nutrition

NUTR 30300 Essentials of Nutrition

PHYS 17200 Modern Mechanics

PHYS 21400 Nature of Physics

PHYS 21500 Physics for Elementary Education

PHYS 21800 General Physics I

PHYS 21900 General Physics II

PHYS 22000 General Physics

PHYS 22100 General Physics

PHYS 24100 Electricity and Optics

PHYS 27200 Electric and Magnetic Interactions

SLHS 30600 Introduction to Phonetics

ABE 29000 Sophomore Seminar

AGRY 28500 World Crop Adaptation and Distribution

AGRY 29000 Introduction to Environmental Science

ANSC 10200 Intro to Animal Agriculture

ANTH 21000 Technology and Culture

BCHM 10000 Intro to Biochemistry

BCM 10001 Introduction to Construction Management

BIOL 12100 Biology I: Ecology, Diversity, & Behavior

BIOL 31200 Great Issues in Genomics and Society

BTNY 20100 Plants and Civilization

BTNY 21100 Plants and the Environment

COM 25100 Intro to Electronic Mass Media

COM 25100 Communication, Information and Society

CS 10100 Digital Literacy

EAPS 10000 Planet Earth

EAPS 10400 Oceanography

EAPS 10600 Geosciences in the Cinema

EAPS 11300 Introduction to Environmental Science

EAPS 12000 Introduction to Geography

ENGL 22300 Literature and Technology

ENGL 22300 Literature and Technology

ENGL 22600 Narrative Medicine

ENGR 20100 Engineering in Global Context

ENGR 31000 Engineering in Global Context

ENTM 10500 Insects: Friends & Foe

ENTM 12800 Investigating Forensic Science

ENTM 21800 Intro to Forensic Science

EPCS 10100 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 10200 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 11100 First Year Participation in EPICS I

EPCS 12100 First Year Participation in EPICS I

EPCS 20100 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 20200 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 30100 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 30200 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 40100 Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPCS 40200 Engineering Projects in Community Service

FNR 10300 Intro to Environmental Conservation

FNR 22310 Introduction to Environmental Policy

FNR 23000 World Forests and Society

FNR 24000 Wildlife in America

FS 16100 Science of Food

HIST 30305 Food in Modern America

HIST 31405 Science, Technology, Engineering And Mathematics (STEM) And Gender

HIST 36305 The History of Medicine and Public Health

HIST 38001 History of U. S. Agriculture

HIST 38400 History of Aviation

HIST 38700 History of the Space Age

HONR 19901 First Year Honors in Science, Technology, and Society

HORT 12100 Medicine in the Garden

HORT 30600 History of Horticulture

HSCI 20100 Principles of Public Health Science

HSCI 20200 Essentials of Environmental, Occupational, & Radiological Health Sciences

IT 22600 Biotechnical Lab I

LA 16100 Land and Society

ME 29000 Global Engineering Professional Seminar

NRES 29000 Introduction to Environmental Science

NUTR 39800 Culture & Food of France

PHIL 20700 Ethics for Technology, Engineering, and Design

PHIL 22100 Introduction to Philosophy of Science

PHIL 27000 Biomedical Ethics

POL 22300 Introduction to Environmental Policy

POL 23700 Modern Weapons and International Relations

SA 10202 Culture & Food of France

SLHS 11500 Introduction to Communicative Disorders

SLHS 21500 Exploring Audiology & Hearing Science

SLHS 30900 Language Development

STAT 11300 Statistics and Society

TECH 12000 Technology and the Individual

AMST 10100 America and the World

CLCS 23100 Survey of Latin Literature

CLCS 23700 Gender & Sexuality in Greek & Roman Antiquity

CLCS 33900 Literature and the Law

COM 20400 Critical Perspectives on Communication

EDCI 20500 Exploring Teaching as a Career

ENGL 10100 English Composition I

ENGL 10200 English Composition II

ENGL 10300 Comprehensive First Year Composition

ENGL 10600 First Year Composition

ENGL 10800 Accelerated First Year Composition:

HONR 19903 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Writing

PHIL 26000 Philosophy & Law

SCLA 10100 Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking & Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

SPAN 33000 Spanish And Latin American Cinema

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