Introduction to Scientific Writing in Integrative Physiology

Provides an overview of writing skills and strategies, emphasizing those most important to the sciences, especially physiology. Focuses on fundamental skills, objective analysis, and scientific persuasion, with attention to clear organization and style, academic and scientific mechanics, and distinctions between audiences. Meets MAPS requirement for English. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: written communication.
University of Colorado Boulder

Revolution in History: The Haitian Revolution of 1791

Examines one of the most amazing and significant revolutions in history, yet one that, until recently, was largely ignored and misunderstood by historians and other scholars in the West as well as the Atlantic world. Publication of C.L.R. James The Black Jacobins in 1937 initiated a reevaluation of the revolution and its most notable hero, Toissaint L’Overture. Consequently, a new historiography on the Haitian Rebellion has begun to find fascinating new avenues of exploration. History majors...
University of Colorado Boulder

Introduction to British History since 1660

Deals with the period from the 17th century to the present. Political, economic, social, and imperial developments that contributed to creation of the modern industrial and democratic state are the major issues covered. Formerly HIST 2123. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: historical context.
University of Colorado Boulder

History of the United States since 1865

Surveys social, economic, political, and cultural development of the United States from the close of the American Civil War to the present. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or U.S. history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context.
University of Colorado Boulder

Western Civilization 2: 16th Century to the Present

Surveys political, economic, social, and intellectual developments in European history from the 16th century to the present. Similarities and contrasts between European states are underscored, as is Europe’s changing role in world history. Credit not granted for this course and HIST 1040. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or world history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: historical context.
University of Colorado Boulder

History of the United States to 1865

Surveys American history from first settlement until end of the Civil War. Also available through correspondence study. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or U.S. history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context.
University of Colorado Boulder

Western Civilization 1: From Antiquity to the 16th Century

Surveys the development of Western civilization from its beginnings in the ancient near East through the Reformation of the 16th century. Credit not granted for this course and HIST 1030. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or world history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: historical context.
University of Colorado Boulder

Introduction to Geology

Introductory geology for majors and nonmajors. Studies Earth, its materials, its characteristics, its dynamic processes, and how it relates to people. Separate lab (GEOL 1030) is optional. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: nonlab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
University of Colorado Boulder

Water Resources and Water Management of Western United States

Interprets and analyzes hydroclimatic data, surface, and groundwater. Critically evaluates water use, emphasizing problems associated with geographic maldistribution, appropriations, irrigation, industry, pollution, and regional development. Same as GEOG 5501.
University of Colorado Boulder

Geography of China

Surveys the world’s most populous country, examining physical and historical geography, urbanization and regional development, agriculture, population, energy, and the environment. Seeks to situate China’s development in a broader Asian and global context. Recommended prereqs., GEOG 1982, 1992, 2002 or 2412. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: human diversity.
University of Colorado Boulder

Environment and Culture

Examines nature-culture interactions and the effects of development and resource use on environmental quality, as well as practical efforts to manage and protect the environment. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.
University of Colorado Boulder

Human Geographies

Examines social, political, economic, and cultural processes creating the geographical worlds in which we live, and how these spatial relationships shape our everyday lives. Studies urban growth, geopolitics, agricultural development and change, economic growth and decline, population dynamics, and migration exploring both how these processes work at global scale as well as shape geographies of particular places. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.
University of Colorado Boulder

World Regional Geography

Involves an intellectual journey around the globe, stopping at major regions to study the people, their environments, and how they interact. Topics include the political/economic tensions in changing Europe, conflicts in Brazilian rain forests, transitions facing African peoples, and rapid changes in China. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.
University of Colorado Boulder

Environmental Systems 1: Climate and Vegetation

Introduces the atmospheric environment of the Earth: elements and controls of climate and their implications for hydrology, vegetation, and soils. Emphasizes distribution of physical features across the Earth’s surface and interactions between humans and their environment, especially those leading to global change on the decade to century time scale. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: nonlab or lab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
University of Colorado Boulder

Studies in American Literature after 1900

Extensive study of particular periods and movements in American literature. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors).
University of Colorado Boulder

Modern British and Irish Novel

Studies major figures and trends in the 20th century.
University of Colorado Boulder

Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s poetry and drama. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) English or Humanities majors.
University of Colorado Boulder

Modern and Contemporary Literature for Nonmajors

Close study of significant 20th century poetry, drama, and prose works. Readings range from 1920s to the present. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
University of Colorado Boulder

Shakespeare for Nonmajors

Introduces students to Shakespeare’s major works: the histories, comedies, and tragedies. May include the nondramatic poetry as well. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
University of Colorado Boulder

American Ethnic Literatures


University of Colorado Boulder

Masterpieces of American Literature

Enhances student understanding of the American literary and artistic heritage through an intensive study of a few centrally significant texts, emphasizing works written before the 20th century. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
University of Colorado Boulder

Masterpieces of British Literature

Introduces students to a range of major works of British literature, including at least one play by Shakespeare, a pre-20th century English novel, and works by Chaucer and/or Milton. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
University of Colorado Boulder

General Biology 2

Provides a concentrated introduction to organisms, homeostasis, development, behavior, and ecology. Emphasizes fundamental principles, concepts, facts,and questions. Intended for science majors. Prereq., EBIO 1210 or equivalent. Credit not granted for this course and EPOB 2050 or 2650. Approved for GT-SC1. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
University of Colorado Boulder

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