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Approved Courses

Courses that fulfill requirements for the 2003 GE Program (as of February 12, 2003).

Courses appearing in italics are pending approval.

FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR

GS 199- First-Year Seminar (3)
GSHU 121- Great Books Colloquium I (4)
SAAJ 121- Social Action and Justice Colloquium (4) 
ENG 110- American Language and Culture (3)
(for international students only)

ENGLISH COMPOSITION

ENG 101- English Composition (3)

JUNIOR WRITING PORTFOLIO

JWP- Junior Writing Portfolio (0)

WRITING INTENSIVE REQUIREMENT

RESEARCH METHODS/PRESENTATION SKILLS

SPEECH AND RHETORIC

SPE 180- Public Speaking and Rhetorical Analysis (4)

MATHEMATICS

MATH 102- The Nature of Mathematics (3)
MATH 210- Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (4)
MATH 214- Calculus for Business and Economics (3)
MATH 270- Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I (4) 
(for liberal arts majors only)
MATH 316- Statistical Research Methods (3)
POSC/PSYC/SOC 250- Introductory Statistics (4)

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

CHIN 251- Second-Year Chinese I (4)
FRE 251- Second-Year French I (4)
GER 251- Second-Year German I (4)
GRE 320- Intermediate Greek (4)
HEB 502- Intermediate Biblical Hebrew (4)
ITAL 251- Second-Year Italian I (4)
JAPN 251- Second-Year Japanese I (4)
RUS 251- Second-Year Russian I (4)
SPAN 251- Second-Year Spanish I (4)

CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE

REL 101- The History and Religion of Israel (3)
REL 102- The History and Religion of Early Christianity (3)
REL 301- Christianity and Culture (3)

WESTERN HERITAGE

HUM 111- Western Heritage I (3)
HUM 212- Western Heritage II (3)
HUM 313- Western Heritage III (3)

NON-WESTERN CULTURES

ART 438- Art and Architecture of the Non-Western World (4)
COM 513- Intercultural Communication (4)
ISAC 301- Sources of Asian Tradition (4)
ISAC/HIST 310- Japanese Society (4)
ISAC 318- Chado
ISAC/HIST 330- Chinese Civilization to A.D. 1644 (4)
ISAC/HIST 331- Modern China Since A.D. 1644 (4)
ISAC/PHIL 340- Traditional Chinese Thought and Society to A.D. 1000 (4)
ISAC 341- Chinese Thought and Society Since A.D. 1000 (4)
ISAC 350- Buddhist Texts, Images, and Practices (4)
ISAC 370- Japanese Literature (4)
ISAC/HIST 380- Modern Asia Since 1850 (4)
ISAR 520- Archaeology, Religion, and Culture of the Middle East: Medieval and Modern (400-1967 A.D.) (4)
REL 501- The World of the Old Testament (4)
REL 526- The Religions of the World (4)

FINE ARTS

ART 315- The Film as Art (4)
ART 422- Ancient Art (4)
ART 424- Classical Art (4)
ART 426- Early Christian and Medieval Art (4)
ART 428- Renaissance Art (4)
ART 430- Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Art (4)
ART 434- Nineteenth Century Art (4)
ART 436- Modern Art (4) 
ART 438- Non-Western Art (4) 
ART 440- Multicultural Art in America (4)
FA 200/292- Arts Appreciation
FA 313- Materials, Techniques, and Skills in Music (2)
(for Liberal Arts majors only)
FA 314- Materials, Techniques, and Skills in Art (2) 
(for Liberal Arts majors only)
MUS 105, 305- Pepperdine University Concert Choir (1)
MUS 110- Piano Class I (2)
MUS 114- Piano Class II (2)
MUS 118- Voice Class I (2)
MUS 136, 336- String Ensemble (1)
MUS 137, 337- Brass Ensemble (1)
MUS 138, 338- Jazz Ensemble (1)
MUS 139, 339- Woodwind Ensemble (1)
MUS 140, 340- Percussion Ensemble (1)
MUS 141, 341- Chamber Singers (1)
MUS 143, 343- Collegium Musicum (0-1)
MUS 184. 384- Opera Workshop (1)
MUS 280- Introduction to Music (4)
MUS 467- History of Sacred Music (4)
MUS 468- Multicultural Music in America: Eye on Los Angeles (4)
THEA 150, 350- Theatre Ensemble (1-2)
THEA 201- Theatre Appreciation (4)
THEA 210- Introduction to Acting (4)
THEA 226- Dance for Music Theatre (2)
THEA 227- Stage Dance I (4)
THEA 228- Movement for the Performer (2)
THEA 326- Fundamentals of Choreography (2)
THEA 328- Movement for the Performer II (2)
THEA 342- Stage Costume (4)
THEA 343- Stage Makeup (4)
PE 124- Beginning Ballet (1)
PE 127- Beginning Modern Dance (1)
PE 128- Intermediate Modern Dance (1)

LITERATURE

ENG 310- British Literature before 1485 (4)
ENG 320- British Literature 1485-1780 (4)
ENG 330- British Literature from 1780 to the present (4)
ENG 340- American Literature before the Civil War (4)
ENG 350- American Literature after the Civil War (4)
ENG 410- Genre Study (4)
ENG 415- Reading and Writing in a Genre (4)
ENG 420- Major Writers (4)
ENG 430- Anglophonic Literature/ Literature in Translation (4)
ENG 440- Topics in Literature (4)
FRE 348- French Literature II (4)
FRE 355- Contemporary French Literature (4)
FRE 356- Major French Authors (4)
ITAL 451- Contemporary Italian Literature (4)
SPAN 449- Literature of Spanish America I (4)
SPAN 451- Literature of Spanish America II (4)
SPAN 453- Spanish Literature I (4)
SPAN 455- Spanish Literature II (4)

HEALTH AND LIFESTYLES

GSGS 198- Lifetime Skills and Fitness for Athletes (2)
PE 199- Health and Lifestyles (2)
PE 288- Intercollegiate Athletics (2)

LABORATORY SCIENCE

BIOL 105- Introduction to Marine Biology (4)
BIOL 107- Plants and the Environment (4)
BIOL 108- Genetics and Human Affairs (4)
BIOL 109- Introduction to Animal Behavior (4)
BIOL/SPME 230- Human Anatomy (4)
BIOL/SPME 235- Principles of Human Physiology (4)
CHEM 120- General Chemistry I (3)
NASC 101- Science as a Way of Knowing (4)
NASC 108- Beginning Geology (4)
NASC 109- Introduction to Astronomy (4)
NASC 155- Physical Science: A Way of Knowing (4)
NASC 156- Earth Science: A Way of Knowing (4)
NUTR 210- Contemporary Issues in Nutrition (4)
PHYS 102- Basic Physics I (4)
PHYS 210- Physics I (5)
SPME 106- Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (4)

HUMAN INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR

ECON 200- Economic Principles (4)
PSYC 200- Introduction of Psychology (3)
SOC 200- Introduction to Sociology (3)
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
POSC 104- American People and Politics (4)
HISTORY 304- History of the American Peoples (4)

WRITING INTENSIVE AND RESEARCH METHODS/PRESENTATION SKILLS COURSES

MAJOR WRITING INTENSIVE RESEARCH METHODS/ PRESENTATION SKILLS
ACCOUNTING BA 366 BA 497 research / BA 598 present. skills
ADVERTISING COM 300 COM 300
ART ART 593 ART 593
ART HISTORY ART 590 ART 590
BIOLOGY (B.S.) BIOL 213 MATH 317L.1
BIOLOGY (B.A.) BIOL 213 MATH 317L.1
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BA 352 or BA 366 BA 497 research / BA 598 present. skills
CHEMISTRY (B.S.) CHEM 340/340L CHEM 400 and 341L, 370L, or 390L
CHEMISTRY (B.A) CHEM 340/340L CHEM 400 and 341L, 380, or 390L
COMMUNICATION COM 300 COM 300
COMPUTER SCIENCE/ MATHEMATICS COSC 490 COSC 490
CREATIVE WRITING COM 203 ENG 489
ECONOMICS ECON 310 ECON 310
ENGLISH ENG 390 or ENG 306 ENG 200
FRENCH FRE 370 FRE 342
GERMAN GER 455 GER 442
HISTORY HIST 300, 580 and 581 HIST 300, 580 and 581
HUMANITIES HUM 300 HUM 300
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BA 366 BA 497 research BA 598 present. skills
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTS 514 and INTS 597 INTS 514 and INTS 597
JOURNALISM COM 300 COM 300
LIBERAL ARTS EDUC562/ SOC462 EDUC561/PSYC454
MATHEMATICS MATH 360 MATH 360
MUSIC MUS 492 MUS 492
NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE NUTR 421 MATH 317
PHILOSOPHY PHIL 580 PHIL 580
PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 412 SPME 106
POLITICAL SCIENCE POSC 544, 311 or 553 POSC 250 or 310
PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 310 PSYC 310
PUBLIC RELATIONS COM 300 COM 300
RELIGION REL 302 or REL/HIST538 REL 302
SOCIOLOGY SOC 310 SOC 310
SPANISH SPAN 341 SPAN 341 and SPAN 345
SPEECH COMMUNICATION COM 300 COM 300
SPORTS MEDICINE SPME 410 SPME 420 and SPME 425
TELECOMMUNICATIONS COM 300 COM 300
THEATRE ARTS THEA 312 THEA 312
THEATRE AND TELEVISION THEA 312 THEA 312