Feb 04, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

General Education Social Sciences (GE:SO) Course List


The courses listed below have been approved to carry the general education social sciences (GE:SO) designation. Full course descriptions may be viewed by clicking on the course or by using the course  filter found on this page.


COURSE (PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE)    
AAAS 1000 - Introduction to African and African American Studies      
ANTH 1000 - Introduction to Anthropology      
ANTH 1001 - Aliens, Atlantis and Archaeology: Pseudoscience and Interpretations of the Past      
ANTH 1050 - Global Understanding      
ANTH 1088 - Anthropology of Monsters, Zombies and Vampires      
ANTH 1200 - Current Topics in Anthropology      
ANTH 2000 - Archaeology Around the World      
ANTH 2005 - Environmental Anthropology      
ANTH 2010 - Societies Around the World      
ANTH 2025 - Sexual Behavior from an Anthropological Perspective      
ANTH 2250 - Race and Ethnic Relations: Discovering New Solutions      
ANTH 3003 - Cultures of Africa      
ANTH 3004 - Cultures of the South Pacific      
ANTH 3005 - North American Indians      
ANTH 3016 - Cultures of the Caribbean      
ANTH 3017 - Cultures of Mexico and Guatemala      
ANTH 3018 - Cultures of South and Central America      
ANTH 3111 - North American Archaeology      
ANTH 3200 - Women’s Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective      
ANTH 3252 - Medical Anthropology      
ANTH 3300 - Language and Culture      
ANTH 3720 - Writing Systems of the World      
COMM 1001 - Introduction to Communication      
COMM 1003 - Introduction to Mass Media      
COMM 2050 - English for Global Communication      
ECON 2113 - Principles of Microeconomics      
ECON 2133 - Principles of Macroeconomics      
ETHN 2002 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies: Social Science      
ETHN 3502 - Selected Topics in Ethnic Studies: Social Science      
GENS 2400 - Introduction to Gender Studies      
GEOG 1000 - People, Places, and Environments      
GEOG 2003 - Geography of the Global Economy      
GEOG 2019 - Geography of Recreation      
GEOG 2100 - World Geography: Developed Regions      
GEOG 2110 - World Geography: Less Developed Regions      
GEOG 2300 - Environment and Society      
GEOG 2350 - Climate Change: Science and Society      
GEOG 3003 - Political Geography      
GEOG 3046 - United States and Canada      
GEOG 3047 - Western Europe      
GEOG 3049 - Latin America      
GEOG 3050 - Africa      
GEOG 3051 - Asia      
GEOG 3055 - North Carolina      
GERO 2400 - Introduction to Gerontology      
HDFS 2400 - Introduction to Gerontology      
HIST 1550 - Honors, American History to 1877      
HIST 1551 - Honors, American History Since 1877      
HIST 1552 - Honors, World History to 1500      
HIST 2012 - American Business History      
HIST 2150 - Shop Til You Drop: Consumerism      
HIST 2444 - The History of Sports in Western Society      
HIST 3010 - Constitutional History of the United States to 1888      
HIST 3011 - Constitutional History of the United States Since 1888      
HIST 3100 - North Carolina History      
HIST 3110 - History of African-Americans      
HIST 3121 - American Military History to 1900      
HIST 3122 - American Military History Since 1900      
HIST 3140 - Women in American History      
HIST 3170 - History of Native Americans      
HIST 3200 - Diplomatic History of the United States      
HIST 3210 - Colonial America to 1763      
HIST 3215 - American Revolution and the Federal Era, 1763-1800      
HIST 3225 - The Era of Sectionalism and Civil War, 1848-1877      
HIST 3230 - The Birth of Modern America, 1865-1892      
HIST 3240 - The Age of Franklin Roosevelt, 1919-1945      
HIST 3245 - The United States Since 1945      
HIST 3260 - The United States and the Middle East, 1783 to the Present      
HIST 3350 - War and Society      
HIST 3405 - History of Ancient Greece to 146 BC      
HIST 3410 - History of Ancient Rome      
HIST 3412 - A History of Christianity to 1300      
HIST 3413 - A History of Christianity 1300-present      
HIST 3415 - The Middle Ages      
HIST 3420 - Early Modern Europe to 1648      
HIST 3430 - History of Europe, 1815-1914      
HIST 3435 - History of Europe Since 1914      
HIST 3444 - Old Regime and Revolutionary France      
HIST 3445 - Modern France, 1815-present      
HIST 3460 - Germany, 1790-1914      
HIST 3461 - Germany Since 1914      
HIST 3480 - Britain to 1688      
HIST 3482 - Britain, 1688-1832      
HIST 3484 - Britain from 1832      
HIST 3610 - History of East Asia to 1600      
HIST 3611 - History of East Asia Since 1600      
HIST 3615 - History of Traditional Japan      
HIST 3620 - History of Modern Japan      
HIST 3625 - Field Study in Japanese Historical Culture      
HIST 3626 - Field Study in Japanese Historical Texts      
HIST 3627 - History of Japanese Buddhism      
HIST 3629 - History of Traditional China      
HIST 3630 - History of Modern China      
HIST 3669 - History of the Middle East, 600-1500      
HIST 3670 - History of the Middle East Since 1500      
HIST 3680 - Women and Gender in the Middle East      
HIST 3710 - Introduction to Latin-American History: Colonial Period      
HIST 3711 - Introduction to Latin-American History: Since 1808      
HIST 3780 - Mexico and Central America      
HIST 3810 - History of Africa      
HIST 3820 - History of South Africa      
HIST 3830 - Africa and Islam      
HNRS 2013 - Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences      
HNRS 3013 - Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences      
INTL 1000 - Introduction to International Studies      
INTL 2400 - Arts and Sciences Abroad: Social Sciences      
INTL 2401 - Arts and Sciences Abroad: Social Sciences      
LING 2050 - English for Global Communication      
LING 2710 - English Grammar      
LING 3700 - History of the English Language      
LING 3720 - Writing Systems of the World      
LING 3730 - The Structure of English: Phonology and Morphology      
LING 3740 - The Structure of English: Syntax and Semantics      
MUSC 1406 - Music History and Literature I      
NEUR 3310 - Introduction to Neuroscience      
PLAN 1900 - Sustainable Cities      
PLAN 2030 - Global Cities      
POLS 1010 - National Government      
POLS 1050 - Politics and Global Understanding      
POLS 2010 - Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics      
POLS 2020 - Introduction to International Relations      
POLS 2070 - Introduction to Political Theory      
POLS 3012 - Politics Through Film      
POLS 3039 - Black Politics in America      
POLS 3041 - Women and Public Policy      
POLS 3050 - Theory and Politics of Social and Protest Movements in the United States      
POLS 3202 - The American Legislature      
POLS 3203 - The American Executive      
POLS 3234 - West European Political Systems      
POLS 3236 - Russian Politics      
POLS 3240 - State and Local Government      
POLS 3244 - North Carolina Politics      
POLS 3252 - Public Administration      
POLS 3260 - Middle Eastern Political Systems      
POLS 3265 - African Political Systems      
PSYC 1000 - Introductory Psychology      
PSYC 1060 - Honors Introduction to Psychology      
PSYC 2101 - Psychological Statistics      
PSYC 2201 - Psychology of Childhood      
PSYC 2210 - Research Methods in Psychology      
PSYC 2275 - Psychology of Adjustment      
PSYC 2777 - Ethnocultural Psychology      
PSYC 3206 - Developmental Psychology      
PSYC 3221 - Social Psychology      
PSYC 3241 - Personnel and Industrial Psychology      
PSYC 3300 - Psychology of Personality      
PSYC 3310 - Introduction to Neuroscience      
RCSC 2601 - Leisure in Society      
RELI 3000 - Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions      
RUSI 2002 - Introduction to Russian Studies: Social Science      
SECS 1000 - Introduction to Security Studies      
SOCI 1010 - Race, Gender, Class      
SOCI 1025 - Courtship and Marriage      
SOCI 1050 - Global Understanding: Sociological Perspectives      
SOCI 2110 - Introduction to Sociology      
SOCI 2111 - Modern Social Problems      
SOCW 2400 - Introduction to Gerontology