Writing Intensive

  • INOV 2010- Innovation Team: Analyze and Report
  • INOV 3010- Innovation Team: Research and Execute
  • INOV 4010- Innovation Team: Design and Lead
  • MGMT 3000- Integrated Skills for Management
  • INTB 3600 – International Business
  • IECE 4050- Inclusive Early Childhood Seminar
  • IELM 4630- Elementary Student Teaching
  • UTED 4720-Reading in the Content Area
  • TED 4400- Children’s Literature
  • ECE 3610- Engineering Probability and Statistics
  • ENGR 3040- Engineering Ethics
  • GDD 2150-Fundamental Game Design Concepts
  • MAE 3130- Fluid Mechanics
  • MAE 3310- Heat and Mass Transfer
  • MAE 4310- Heat Transfer
  • MAE 4511- Engineering Design II

Anthropology

  • ANTH 3310- Human Reproduction
  • ANTH 3430- Anthropological approaches to Globalization

Biology

  • BIOL 3240- Perspectives on Biological Sustainability
  • BIOL 4790- Laboratory Methods in Human Physiology
  • BIOL 3750- Conservation Ecology

Chemistry

  • CHEM 1331- General Chemistry Majors II
  • CHEM 2001-Practical Scientific Writing
  • CHEM 4011-Instrumental Analysis

Communication

  • COMM 3240- Business and Professional Communication
  • COMM 4350- Critical Analysis of Popular Culture

Economics

  • ECON 2310- The Economics of Sustainability

English

  • ENGL 1800- Fundamentals of Creative Writing: Multiple Genres
  • ENGL 2030- Introduction to Creative Writing: Poetry
  • ENGL 2040- Introduction to Creative Writing: Nonfiction Prose
  • ENGL 2050- Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction
  • ENGL 2115- Grammar for Non-Majors
  • ENGL 2600- Literature: The Global Perspective
  • ENGL 2820- Introduction to Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENGL 2920- Exploring English Studies: Sustainability
  • ENGL 2930- Exploring English Studies: Inclusiveness
  • ENGL 2970- Shakespeare Beginnings
  • ENGL 3000- Critical Theory: Foundations and Practice
  • ENGL 3010- Advanced Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENGL 3080- Advanced Business and Technical Writing
  • ENGL 3120- Technical Editing and Style
  • ENGL 3160- Tools for Technical Writers
  • ENGL 3170- Riverrun Literary and Arts Journal
  • ENGL 3910- Topics in Literature
  • ENGL 4300- Studies in American Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 4860- Special Topics in Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENGL 4880- Topics in Public Rhetorics
  • ENGL 4950- Seminar in Literary Topics
  • ENGL 4970- Seminar in Shakespeare Studies
  • ENG 4973- Shakespeare and Sustainability

Environmental Sciences

  • ENSC 4090- Image Processing/ GES 4090

Gateway Program Seminar

  • GPS 4090- Peer Mentors

Geography

  • GES 3820- Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
  • GES 3980- Places and Faces: Geographic Issues in Film
  • GES 4090- Image Processing/ ENSC 4090
  • GES 4560- Cultural and Political Ecology

History

  • HIST 1150- Introduction to Modern Sub-Saharan Africa
  • HIST 1400- Latin America to 1810
  • HIST 1410- Latin America Since 1810
  • HIST 1600- Making of the Modern Middle East I
  • HIST 3000- Special Topics: French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIST 3001- The Historian’s Craft: Introduction to the Discipline of History
  • HIST 3160- History of Ancient Egypt
  • HIST 3200- Crusades
  • HIST 3220- Genocide: The Case of Nazis and Jews
  • HIST 3480- Ideas, Identities, and Indiscretions: Transformations in Early Modern Europe (1400-1800 c.e.)
  • HIST 3550- Religion and American Culture: 1500-2000
  • HIST 3560- Modern Mexico
  • HIST 3570- City of Latin America
  • HIST 3580- 3580 Immigrant Histories
  • HIST 3590- Latin American History through Film
  • HIST 3700- Colonial America, 1607-1763
  • HIST 3710- Good Wives and Nasty Wrenches
  • HIST 3720- From Slavery to Freedom: Slavery & the African American Experience in Colonial & Antebellum Amer
  • HIST 3750- Orphans, Paupers, and Other Vagabonds: Poor Relief in the US. 1607-1930
  • HIST 3760- Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: History of American Labor
  • HIST 3770- “A Strange Quiet”: Epidemics in U.S. History 1607-1920
  • HIST 4050- From Harem to the War Zone /WEST 4040
  • HIST 4110- Early Medieval Europe
  • HIST 4130- Baghdad to Burgos: Jews, Christians, & Muslims in the Medieval Mediterranean World (600-1500 c.e)
  • HIST 4150- Astrolabes, Arms, & Azulejos (Tiles): Medieval Science, Technology, & Material Culture (600-1500 c.e.)
  • HIST 4160- A Crossroads of Civilizations: Medieval Spain and North Africa (600-1500 c.e.)
  • HIST 4280- Beyond the Pillars of Hercules: The Trans-Atlantic Empires of Spain and Portugal (1450 – 1750)
  • HIST 4530- Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877
  • HIST 4580- The American West
  • HIST 4690- Colorado History
  • HIST 4750- Modern Japan
  • HIST 4770- Vietnam Wars
  • HIST 4780- History of Modern Southeast Asia
  • HIST 4800- Theory and Methods in History
  • HIST 4803- Research Seminar: American West
  • HIST 4830- Research Seminar: Depression and War, 1929-1945
  • HIST 4850- Research Seminar: Historical Genealogy
  • HIST 4880- Research Seminar: Civil Rights in American History
  • HIST 4990- Senior Thesis Seminar: Approaches to the Study of History

HUM

  • HUM 3990- Special Topics in the Humanities
  • HUM 3993- Special Topics in the Humanities/Sustainability
  • HUM 3995- Special Topics in the Humanities/Inclusiveness
  • HUM 3997- Special Topics in the Humanities/Sustainability and Inclusiveness

Navigate

  • NAVI 3903- Signature Navigate: Energy

Philosophy

  • PHIL 1000- Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 1020- Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 1050, Philosophy and Religion
  • PHIL 1300- Introduction to Philosophies of Asia
  • PHIL 3000- Cosmology and Culture
  • PHIL 3050- Cyborgs and Monsters
  • PHIL 3070- Religion and Popular Culture
  • PHIL 3100- World Religions
  • PHIL 3120- Greek and Roman Myth
  • PHIL 3130- Biomedical Ethics
  • PHIL 3160- Philosophical Issues in Death and Dying
  • PHIL 3180- Practical Ethics
  • PHIL 3190- Ethics
  • PHIL 3200- Politics and the Law
  • PHIL 3210- Capitalism: a Love Affair
  • PHIL 3240- Images of War and Terrorism
  • PHIL 3490-Philosophies of China
  • PHIL 3510- Pre-Socratic Psychology
  • PHIL 3520- Plato
  • PHIL 3530- Hellenistic Philosophy
  • PHIL 3540- Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
  • PHIL 3600- Philosophy of Religion

Political Science

  • PSC 4230- The United States in World Politics
  • PSC 4470- Constitutional Law
  • PSC 4480- Civil Rights and Liberties

Psychology

  • PSY 2110- Introduction to Psychological Research and Measurements
  • PSY 3630- Sex Crimes against Children/ CJ 3630
  • PSY 3660- Service Learning Internship in Psychology

Sociology

  • SOC 2260- Intro to Environmental Sociology
  • SOC 3170- Introduction to Social Research / CJ 3100
  • SOC 4530- Advanced Privilege Studies

VAPA

  • AH 1500- Art and Ideas: Michelangelo to Basquiat
  • AH 3240- The Art of Greece and Rome
  • AH 3250- Women, Visual Arts, and Culture
  • AH 3860- Contemporary Art
  • AH 4980- Senior Seminar in Art History
  • VAPA 1500- Arts Innovations: Methods and Practices

WEST

  • WEST 3580- Immigrant Histories
  • WEST 3710- Good Wives and Nasty Wenches: American Women's History, 1607-1877
  • WEST 3990- Readings in Multiethnic Literature
  • WEST 4050- From the Harem to the War Zone: Women Writers Encountering the Orient and Occident/HIST 4050
  • WEST 4530- Advanced Privilege Studies

Nursing

  • NURS 2200- Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
  • NURS 4290- Medical/Surgical Capstone

Health Sciences

  • HSCI 3630- Culture and Health
  • HSCI 4010- Health Science Research
  • HSCI 4209- Clinical Immunology and Molecular Diagnostics
  • HSCI 4319- Clinical Laboratory Management II
  • HSCI 4670- Health Assessment
  • HSCI 4930- Medical Nutrition Therapy I
  • HSCI 4950- Exercise Testing and Prescription
  • HSCI 4960- Medical Nutrition Therapy II
  • HSCI 4590- Concepts of Health and Disease
  • CJ 3100- Criminal Justice Research Methods
  • CJ 3170- Crime Prevention and Analysis
  • CJ 3250- Violence in Society
  • CJ 3630- Sex Crimes against Children/PSY 3630
  • CJ 3990- Art, Graffiti and Crime