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 Faculty Senate

The University of Montana

ASCRC Minutes 12/2/08


 

Members Present: J. Bergman, T. Brockman I. Crummy, J. Dempersmier, S. Gauthier, M. Hoell, T. Hunter, S. Lodmell, M. Martin J. Luckowski, D. MacDonald, M. Nielsen, H. Thompson, E. Uchimoto, K. Unger, G. Weix, K. Zoellner

Members Absent/Excused: R. Vanita, A. Walker-Andrews

Ex-Officio Present: D. Micus

Guest:  A. Klene & U. Kamp - Geography, J. Eglin & W. Davies - General Education Historical and Cultural Studies

Chair Weix called the meeting to order at 2:15 p.m.

The minutes from 11/18/08 were approved.

Communication

 

  • Professors Klene and Kamp answered questions regarding the proposed BS in Geography. The University does not have guidelines for the differentiation of a BS from a BA. The proposal was the result of program review recommendations and a contract with the administration. Geography researched various programs in the region and nation. Many Geography programs offer both a BA and a BS. The current option in Physical Geography requires a senior thesis and does not reflect the requirements and therefore has not been popular with students. Many of the current GIS students are interested in the BS. It is more attractive to students and more marketable to employers. It is not anticipated that Geosciences' majors will switch to Geography. Students with a strong physical science background seem to know what they want and Geography refers many students to Geosciences courses. Collaboration between the two departments rather than competition would be beneficial.

    The Social Science subcommittee had concerns that the demand for the physical option is low. The demand for the program should be better documented. Over half of the 102 undergraduate majors in Geography are in the GIS and Cartography options. The BS degree would better serve these students. It was an oversight that the Department of Geosciences was not consulted when the proposal was developed. The Geography department does not expect the pool of students to change and course content will remain the same.
  • The writing course review deadline is February 6th. A memo will be sent to all faculty on Friday.
  • The first ASCRC meeting spring semester will be on January 27th.

 

Business Items:

  • Curriculum Follow-up: Social Science
    The following courses were approved:

Applied Arts & Science

AASC 100

Foundations for College Success

Change title from Introduction to the University Experience, change description

Environmental Studies

EVST 210 (cross listed with MGMT)

Sustainable Business Practice

New course

Environmental Studies

EVST 485

Environmental Citizenship

New course

Environmental Studies

EVST 487 UG

Globalization, Justice and the Environment

New course

The items listed below were NOT approved for the reasons specified.

Anthropology

ANTH 240

Teaching  Arapaho Language Methods

New course, cross list with NAS

The revisions to ANTH 240 (242) Beginning Arapaho (Teaching Arapaho Language Methods) are not incorporated into the syllabus.  It does not appear that the course is teaching students how to teach the language. The vote was 4 to 9. 

Applied Arts & Science

LCS 167

Nature and Society

New course

Questions regarding the new rubric.  The Registrar has not been consulted.  What other courses will be using the rubric?  What does it stand for? Why doesn't the course have the AASC rubric?

Environmental Studies

EVST 282

Field Skills for Conservation Work

New Course

Environmental Studies

EVST 382

Biogeography of NW Montana

New course

Environmental Studies

EVST383

Conservation & Community Research Project

New course

The courses associated with the Landscape and Livelihood Field Semester were not approved.  These courses are taught by graduates of the EVST masters program. **(See additional information under Political Science courses.)

Geography

Level II

BS degree with a major in Geography  option in Physical Geography

The option would be shifted from the existing BA

Although the Science Subcommittee recommended approval because the program included similar content to other university's programs, the Social Science subcommittee did not recommend approval because the proposal was not well supported and the science content was not integrated with Geography.  The two subcommittees will provide the requestors with constructive criticism to improve the proposal. 

Political Science

Level I

Professional Certificate

Nonprofit Administration

Political Science

PSC 401

Issues in Nonprofit Administration: Human Resources

new online course

Political Science

PSC 402

Issues in Nonprofit Administration: Volunteer Management

new online course

Political Science

PSC 403

Issues in Nonprofit Administration: Program Planning

new online course

Political Science

PSC 404

Issues in Nonprofit Administration: Ethics and Legal Issues

new online course

Political Science

PSC 405

Issues in Nonprofit Administration: Advocacy and Public Policy

new online course

The Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Administration and the associated online courses were not approved because the program is not directed by a tenure-track faculty member and the faculty have not yet been hired to teach the courses.  **The Social Science subcommittee agreed that it was inappropriate to approve new courses not taught by permanent faculty given the budget short fall in the College of Arts and Sciences.  The subcommittee chair will send a letter to the new College of Arts and Sciences dean regarding the issue.

  • Curriculum Follow-up: Humanities
    AAS/ HIST 262 African American History to 1865 was removed from the consent agenda. AAS/ HIST 262 is currently Abolitionism: The First Civil Rights Movement. Registrar Micus recommends postponing the change because all of History's course numbers will be changing in accordance with common course numbering.
  • Curriculum Follow-up: Forestry & Biomedical Science
    Revised course numbers were received for the RSCN 392 and 393. The following courses were approved.

RSCN 345

Watershed Dynamics

New Course

RSCN 346

Forests & Communities

New Course

  • Professors Eglin and Davies provided additional rationale for rejecting several courses proposed for the Historical and Cultural Studies Group. These included:

Anthropology

ANTH 323

Native Peoples of Montana
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
-too narrow and specialized

Anthropology

ANTH 330

Peoples and Cultures of the World

- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
-Omnibus variable course: course content may vary significantly, therefore is not appropriate for gen ed

Anthropology

ANTH 351

Archaeology of North America
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
- too specialized

Anthropology

ANTH 352

Archaeology of Montana
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
-too narrow geographically

Anthropology

ANTH 354

Mesoamerican Prehistory
Too specialized

Anthropology

ANTH 357

Archaeology of the Southwestern United States
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
-too narrow geographically

Art

ART 367

Ancient American Art

-Has another Historical and Cultural Studies course as a prerequisite

Art

ART 368

Latin American Art
-Has another Historical and Cultural Studies course as a prerequisite

Drama/Dance

DAN 334 UG

20th Century Dance History

- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses
- too specialized

Geography

GEOG 333 UG

Cultural Ecology
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

-Capstone course for major, therefore not foundational

History

HIST 319

Contemporary Europe

- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

History

HIST 330

European International Relations: Origins of the State System to 1870
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

History

HIST 331

Foreign Relations of the Great Powers
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

History

HIST 334

War, Peace, and Society
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

History

HIST 339

European Cultural and Intellectual History
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

History

HIST 340

European Cultural and Intellectual History from 1900 to World War II
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

Native American Studies

NAS  465 UG

History of American Indian Affairs from 1890
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

Native American Studies

NAS 466 UG

History of American Indian Affairs to 1776
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

Native American Studies

NAS 465 UG

History of American Indian Affairs in the 19th Century
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

Native American Studies

NAS 324

Indians of Montana
- There are equivalent lower division foundational courses

  • The symbolic systems consent agenda was approved by ASCRC. It is included in the draft general education consent agenda appended below.
  • ASCRC discussed and revised the appeal language to be included on the general education consent agenda. It is appended below.
  • The items removed from the consent agenda that reportedly had hidden pre-requisites not reflected in the catalog language were reinstated on the consent agenda. The Committee agreed that pending courses and rejected courses should not be reported to the Faculty Senate. It also agreed that courses that are less than three credits could remain on the consent agenda without requiring additional justification. The approved consent agenda is appended.

The meeting was adjourned at 4:00 p.m.

General Education Consent Agenda                                                                          Faculty Senate  12/4/08

Courses not on the approved list below may be pending follow-up or did not meet the revised general education criteria.  A communication will go out to academic chairs identifying specifics of these courses. 

Appeal Information:

Instructors wishing to appeal the General Education Committee's decision may petition to have the course re-evaluated based on additional justification.  A strong argument must be made for the course meeting the criteria and learning goals and it must be clear from the syllabus that the course is introductory and foundational.  Appeals will be reviewed by the appropriate subcommittee and then by the General Education Committee as a whole.  If necessary the instructor will be invited to attend a meeting to answer questions.  Appeals must be received by the Faculty Senate Office (camie.foos@mso.umt.edu) by January 20, 2009 for review by committee.  Appeals received after 1/20/09 will not be considered until the following year.  Material for appeal should include a revised general education form with changes identified (underlined).  It is hoped that the general education course list will be finalized for vote at the February 12, 2009 Faculty Senate meeting. 

Group II:  Mathematical Sciences

Department

COURSE  #

TITLE

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 107

Contemporary Mathematics (same as MATH 107)

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 117

Probability and Linear Math (same as MATH 117)

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 118

College Algebra (same as MAT H 111)

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 119

Functions and Trigonometry (same as MATH 112)

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 120

Elementary Functions  (same as MATH 121)

Applied Arts & Science

MAT 145

Calculus with Applications (same as MATH 150)

Mathematical Science

* MATH 107

Contemporary Mathematics

Mathematical Science

* MATH 109

Numbers as News

Mathematical Science

* MATH 111

College Algebra

Mathematical Science

* MATH 112

Functions and Trigonometry

Mathematical Science

* MATH 117

Probability and Linear Mathematics

Mathematical Science

* MATH 121

Precalculus

Mathematical Science

* MATH 130

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

* Any math course which has one of these courses as a prerequisite 

Group III: a  Modern & Classical Languages

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

English / Irish Studies

 *ENIR 101

Elementary Irish One

English / Irish Studies

 *ENIR 102

Elementary Irish Two

English / Irish Studies

* ENIR 103

Elementary Irish Three

 * Three 3 credit courses  are required to fulfill the general education requirement

MCLL

ARAB 101

Elementary Standard Arabic

MCLL

ARAB 102

Elementary Modern Standard Arabic

MCLL

CHIN 101

Elementary Chinese I

MCLL

CHIN 102

Elementary Chinese II

MCLL

FREN 101

Elementary French I

MCLL

FREN 102

Elementary French II

MCLL

GERM 101

Elementary German

MCLL

GERM 102

Elementary German

MCLL

GRK 101

Elementary Greek I

MCLL

GRK 102

Elementary Greek II

MCLL

ITAL 101

Elementary Italian I

MCLL

ITAL 102

Elementary Italian II

MCLL

JPNS 101

Elementary Japanese I

MCLL

JPNS 102

Elementary Japanese II

MCLL

LAT 101

Elementary Latin

MCLL

LAT 102

Elementary Latin

MCLL

RUSS 101

Elementary Russian I

MCLL

RUSS 102

Elementary Russian II

MCLL

SPAN 101

Elementary Spanish

MCLL

SPAN 102

Elementary Spanish

 

Group III: b   Symbolic Systems 

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Anthropology

ANTH 401

Anthropological Data Analysis

Computer Technology (CoT)

CRT 121

Introduction to Programming

Computer Technology (CoT)

CRT 231

Object-Oriented Programming

Computer Science

CS 131

Fundamentals of Computer Science I

Computer Science

CS 132

Fundamentals of Computer Science II

Curriculum and   Instruction

C&I 486

Statistical Procedures in Education

Forestry

FOR 201

Forest Biometrics

Health and Human Performance

HHP 486

Statistical Procedures in Education

Linguistics

LING 470

Introduction to Linguistic Analysis

Linguistics

LING 471

Phonetics and Phonology

Linguistics

LING 472

Generative Syntax

Mathematics (CoT)

MAT 117

Probability and Linear Math

Mathematics (CoT)

MAT 120

Elementary Functions

Mathematics (CoT)

MAT 145

Calculus with Applications

Mathematical Sciences

MATH 131

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

Mathematical Sciences

MATH 150

Applied Calculus

Mathematical Sciences

MATH 152

Calculus I

Mathematical Sciences

MATH 241

Statistics

Mathematical Sciences

MATH 444

Statistical Methods

Music

MUS 111

 Theory I

Music

MUS 112

Theory II

Music

MUS 137

Aural Perception I

Music

MUS 138

Aural Perception II

Music

MUS 161

Language of Music I

Music

MUS 162

Language of Music II

Philosophy

PHIL 210

Introduction to Logic: Deduction

Philosophy

PHIL 211

Introduction to Logic: Applied Logic

Psychology

PSYC 220

Psychological Statistics

Sociology

SOC 202

Social Statistics

Wildlife Biology

WBIO 240

Introduction to Biostatistics

Approved Sequences:

  • Anthropology -MATH 117 and ANTH 401 or FOR 201 or MATH 241 or MATH 341 or SOC 202 or PSYC 220
  • Communication Studies - MATH 117 and (MATH 241 or PSYC 220 or SOC 202 or HHP 486)
  • Computer Science - CS 131 and CS 132
  • Economics - MATH 150 and MATH 241
  • Mathematics (CoT) - Any two of MAT 117, MAT 120 and MAT 145

*There are several departments that did not request sequence approval.  A communication has been sent to academic chairs requesting submission for majors that require symbolic systems courses.

Group IV:  Expressive Arts

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Applied Arts & Science

COM 160

Oral Communication

Applied Arts & Science

COM 217

Oral Interpretation of Literature

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 184

Beginning Creative Writing: Multiple Genres

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 185

Beginning Creative Writing: Fiction

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 186

Beginning Creative Writing: Poetry

Art

ART 123

Visual Language: Drawing

Art

ART 125

Visual Language: 2-D Design

Art

ART 129

Ceramics for Non-Majors

Art

ART 135

Three Dimensional Fundamentals

Art

ART 314

Elementary School Art

Communication Studies

COMM 111

Introduction to Public Speaking

Drama/Dance

DAN 100

Modern Dance I (2 credits)

Drama/Dance

DAN 104

Ballet I (2 credits)

Drama/Dance

DAN 107

Jazz Dance I (1 credit)

Drama/Dance

DAN 108

Dance Forms I (1 credit)

Drama/Dance

DAN 200

Modern Dance II (variable credit)

Drama/Dance

DAN 201

Beginning Composition (2 credits)

Drama/Dance

DAN 204

Ballet II (2 credits)

Drama/Dance

DAN 207

 Jazz Dance II ( 2 credits)

Drama/Dance

DRAM 103

Introduction to Theatre Design

Drama/Dance

DRAM 106

Theatre Production I: Running Crew (1 credit)

Drama/Dance

DRAM 107

Theatre Production I: Construction Crew

Drama/Dance

DRAM 111

Acting for Non - Majors

Drama/Dance

DRAM 112

Acting for Non - Majors II

Drama/Dance

DRAM 216

Production Acting I  (1 credit)

English

ENCR 210

Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction

English

ENCR 211

Introduction to Creative Writing: Poetry

English

ENCR 212

Introduction to Creative Writing: Nonfiction

English

ENCR 312

Creative Writing: Nonfiction

Media Art

MAR  111A

Integrated Digital Art

Media Art

MAR  112A

Intro to Non-Lin Editing

Music

MUS 100

Performance Study (1-2 credits)

Music

MUS 104

Marching Band (1 credit)

Music

MUS 107

Choral Ensembles (1 credit)

Music

MUS 108

Orchestras (1 credit)

Music

MUS 110

Concert Bands (1 credit)

Music

MUS 113

Opera Theatre (1 credit)

Music

MUS 114

UM Jazz Bands (1 credit)

Music

MUS 115

Piano In Class I (1 credit)

Music

MUS 116

Piano In Class II (1 credit)

Music

MUS 118

Singing for Non-Majors

Music

MUS 147

Beginning Folk Guitar (2 credits)

Music

MUS 150

Chamber Ensembles (1 credit)

Group V:  Literary and Artistic Studies

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 120

Introduction to Critical Interpretation

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 121

Introduction to Poetry

Art

ART 100

Art Appreciation

Art

ART 203

Introduction to Art Criticism

Drama/Dance

DAN 234

Dance in Cinema

Drama/Dance

DAN 434 UG

World Dance

Drama/Dance

DRAM 101

Theatre Appreciation

Drama/Dance

DRAM 220

Dramatic Literature (Script Analysis)

English

ENCR 110

Montana Writers Live!

English

ENFM 180

Introduction to Film

English

ENLT 120

Introduction to Critical Interpretation

English

ENLT 121

Introduction to Poetry

English

ENLT 217

British Literature: Medieval to Renaissance

English

ENLT 218

British Literature: Enlightenment to Romanticism

English

ENLT 219

British Literature: Victorian to Contemporary

English

ENLT 224

American Literature to 1865

English

ENLT 225

American Literature since 1865

English

ENLT 350

Chaucer

English

ENLT 338

Montana Literature

English

ENLT 372

Gay and Lesbian Studies

Liberal Studies

LS 151

Introduction to Humanities

Liberal Studies

LS 327

Gender and Sexuality in English Fiction

Liberal Studies

LS152

Introduction to Humanities

MCLL

MCLG 155L

Survey of Classical Literature

MCLL

MCLG 160

Classical Mythology

MCLL

GERM 222, LS 282, MCLG 222

The German Cinema

MCLL

MCLG 251

The Epic

MCLL

MCLG 252

Greek Drama:  Politics on Stage

MCLL

MCLG 306V, LS 306V

Introduction to 19th Century Russian Literature

MCLL

MCLG 307V, RUSS 307V, LS 307V

Introduction to 20th Century Russian Literature

MCLL

MCLG 313

Classical Chinese Poetry in Translation

MCLL

MCLG 314

Traditional Chinese Literature in English Translation

MCLL

MCLG 332

Introduction to Multicultural Literature in Germany

Media Art

MAR U 101L

Intro to Media Arts

Music

MUS 132

History of Jazz

Music

MUS 133

History of Rock and Roll

Music

MUS 134

The Art of Western Music

Music

MUS 135

Introduction to Music Literature

Group VI:   Historical and Cultural

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

AAS

AAS 161

Introduction to African American Studies

AAS

AAS 262

African American History to 1865

AAS

AAS 263

African American History since 1865

Anthropology

ANTH 101

Introduction to Anthropology

Anthropology

ANTH 103

Food and Culture

Anthropology

ANTH 106

The Silk Road

Anthropology

ANTH 251

Foundation of Civilization

Anthropology

ANTH 252

Archaeological Wonders of the World

Applied Arts & Science

CLS 167

Nature and Society

Art

ART 150

Art of World Civilization: Ancient to Medieval Art

Art

ART 151

Art of World Civilization: Early Modern to Contemporary Art

Drama/Dance

DRAM 320 UG

Theatre History I

Drama/Dance

DRAM 321 UG

Theatre History II

Drama/Dance

DRAM 336 /ART 336

History of Architectural Design, Pre-History to 1850

Communication Studies

COMM 250

Introduction to Rhetorical Theory

Environmental Studies

EVST167H

Nature & Society

History

HIST 104/107

European Civilization to 1715

History

HIST 105/108

Modern Europe

History

HIST 151/154

The Americans: Conquest to Capitalism & Honors

History

HIST 152

The Americans: 1877 to the Present

History

HIST 155

Honors The Americans: 1877 to the Present

History

HIST 286

Colonial Latin America

History

HIST 287

Modern Latin America

MCLL

JPNS 210

Japanese Culture and Civilization

MCLL

MCLG 100

Introduction to Latin American Studies

MCLL

MCLG 105, RUSS 105, LS 105

Introduction to Russian Culture

MCLL

MCLG 211

Chinese Culture and Civilization

Music

MUS 136

Music of the  Worlds People

Music

MUS 324

History of Music I

Music

MUS 325

History of Music II

Native American Studies

NAS 100

Introduction to Native American Studies

Philosophy

PHIL 240

History and Philosophy of Science

Religious Studies

RELS 210

Introduction to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament and the History of Ancient Israel

Religious Studies

RELS 232

Buddhism

Group VII: Social Sciences

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Anthropology

ANTH 102

Race and Minorities

Anthropology

ANTH 220

Comparative Social Organization

Anthropology

ANTH 250

Introduction to Archaeology

Applied Arts & Science

COM 150

Interpersonal Communication

Applied Arts & Science

COM 260

Survey of Children's Communication

Applied Arts & Science

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

Applied Arts & Science

PSY 110

Organizational Psychology

Business Technology

BUS 103

Principles of Business

Business Technology

BUS 160

Issues in Sustainability

Communication Studies

COMM 110

Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

Communication Studies

COMM 202

Nonverbal Communication

Communication Studies

COMM 230

Organizational Communication

Economics

ECON 100

Introduction to Political Economy

Economics

ECON 111

Introduction to Microeconomics

Economics

ECON 112

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Environmental Studies

EVST 477S

Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions

Geography

GEOG 101

Introduction to Human Geography

Geography

GEOG 103

Geography of World Regions

Geography

GEOG 201

Montana

Linguistics

LING 270

Introduction to Linguistics

Management

MGMT 340

Management and Organizational Behavior

Political Science

PSC 100

Introduction to American Government

Political Science

PSC 120

Introduction to Comparative Government

Psychology

PSYC 100

Introductory Psychology

Psychology

PSYC 240

Child and Adolescent Development

Psychology

PSYC 260

Fundamentals of Learning

Psychology

PSYC 265

Cognition

Psychology

PSYC 330

Abnormal Psychology

Psychology

PSYC 335

Fundamentals of Clinical Psychology

Psychology

PSYC 350

Social Psychology

Psychology

PSYC 351

Psychology of Personality

Recreation Management

RECM 110

Introduction to Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Recreation Management

RECM 217

Wildland Recreation Management

Resource Management

RSCN 121S

Nature of Montana

Resource Management

RSCN 370

Wildland Conservation Policy and Governance

Sociology

Soc 110S

Principles of Sociology

Sociology

Soc 130S

Sociology of Alternative Religions

Sociology

Soc 212H

Southeast Asian Culture and Civilization

Sociology

Soc 220S

Race, Gender, and Class

Sociology

Soc 230S

Criminology

Sociology

Soc 275S /WS 275S

Gender and Society

Group VIII: Ethics and Human Values

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Applied Arts & Science

WTS 240

Rhetoric and Ethics:  Writing Arguments about Contemporary Issues

Applied Computing and Electronics

CRT 122

Ethics and Information Technology

Computer science

SCI 220

Technology, Ethics and Society

History

HIST 334

War, Peace, and Society

History

HIST 335

International Human Rights

Pharmacy

PHAR 514

CASE Studies in Pharmacy Ethics

Philosophy

PHIL 200

Ethics: Great Traditions

Philosophy

PHIL 201

Political Ethics

Philosophy

PHIL 202

Ethics and the Environment

Philosophy

PHIL 223

Business and Ethics

Philosophy

PHIL 300

Moral Philosophy

Political Science

PSC 150

Introduction to Political Theory

Religious Studies

RELS 381

Comparative Ethics

 

Group IX: American and European

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Anthropology

ANTH 102

Race and Minorities

Art

ART  151

Art of World Civilizations II: Renaissance to Modern

Art

ART 389

American Art

English

ENLT 120

Interlocution to Critical Interpretation

English

ENLT 121

Introduction to Poetry

English

ENLT 219

British Literature: Victorian to Contemporary

History

HIST 104/107

European Civilization to 1715

History

HIST 105/108

Modern Europe

History

HIST 151/154

The Americans: Conquest to Capitalism & Honors

History

HIST 152

The Americans: 1877 to the Present

History

HIST 155

The Americans: 1877 to the Present

History

HIST 330

European International Relations: Origins of the State System to 1870

History

HIST 331

Foreign Relations of the Great Powers

MCLL

MCLG 105, RUSS 105, LS 105

Introduction to Russian Culture

MCLL

MCLG 231, GERM 362, LS 221

Germanic Mythology and Culture

MCLL

MCLG 330/ GERM 303/ LS 321

German Culture, Beginnings to 1900

MCLL

MCLG 331/ GERM 304/LS 322

German Culture, 1900 to Present

Music

MUS 324

History of Music I

Music

MUS 325

History of Music II

Philosophy

PHIL 252

History of Modern Philosophy

Philosophy

PHL 251

History of Ancient Philosophy

Political Science

PSC 100

Introduction to American Government

 

 

Group X: Indigenous and Global

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Anthropology

ANTH 101

Introduction to Anthropology

Anthropology

ANTH 106

The Silk Road

Anthropology

ANTH 220

Comparative Social Organization

Anthropology

ANTH 251

Foundation of Civilization

Anthropology

ANTH 252

Archaeological Wonders of the World

Anthropology

ANTH 323

Native Peoples of Montana

Anthropology

ANTH 330

Peoples and Cultures of the World

Anthropology

ANTH 341

Contemporary Issues of American Indians

Anthropology

ANTH 351

Archaeology of North America

Anthropology

ANTH 352

Archaeology of Montana

Anthropology

ANTH 354

Mesoamerican Prehistory

Anthropology

ANTH 357

Archaeology of the Southwestern United States

Anthropology

ANTH 385

Indigenous Peoples and Global Development

Anthropology

ANTH 388

Native American Health and Healing

Communication Studies

COMM 251

International and Development Communication

Drama/Dance

*DAN 434 UG

World Dance
* Department has agreed to change the course number to 335

Economics

ECON 350

Economic Development

Geography

GEOG 207

Africa

Geography

GOEG 213

The Middle East

History

HIST 286

Colonial Latin America

History

HIST 287

Modern Latin America

History

HIST 335

International Human Rights

Linguistics

LING 375

Endangered Languages

MCLL

MCLG 100

Introduction to Latin American Studies

Music

MUS 136

Music of the  Worlds People

Native American Studies

NAS  318 UG

History of American Indian Affairs from 1890

Native American Studies

NAS 100

Introduction to Native American Studies

Native American Studies

NAS 201

Indian Culture as Expressed Through Language

Native American Studies

NAS 202

Oral and Written Traditions

Native American Studies

NAS 210

Native American Sports and Games

Native American Studies

NAS 231

Indigenous Worldview Perspectives

Native American Studies

NAS 301

American Indian Religion and Philosophy

Native American Studies

NAS 303

Ecological Perspectives of Native Americans

Native American Studies

NAS 316 UG

History of American Indian Affairs to 1776

Native American Studies

NAS 317 UG

History of American Indian Affairs in the 19th Century

Native American Studies

NAS 318

History of Indian Affairs from 1890

Native American Studies

NAS 324

Indians of Montana

Native American Studies

NAS 400

Tribal Sovereignty

Native American Studies

NAS 429

Gender Issues in Native American Studies

Political Science

PSC  130

Introduction to International Relations

Society and Conservation

RECM /FOR 345

Sustaining Human Society and the natural Environment

Sociology

SOS 212

Southeast Asian Culture and Civilization

 

Group XI: Natural Science

DEPARTMENT

COURSE #

TITLE

Anthropology

ANTH 210

Introduction to Physical Anthropology

Anthropology

ANTH 211N

Human Genetics

Anthropology

ANTH 286

Survey of the Forensic Sciences

Applied Arts & Science

SCN 100

Issues in Biology

Applied Arts & Science

SCN 100

Issues in Biology

Applied Arts & Science

SCN 175

Integrated Physical Science

Applied Arts & Science

SCN 201

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

Biological Sciences

BIOL 106N

Elementary Medical Microbiology

Biological Sciences

BIOL 109N

Diversity of Life Laboratory

Biological Sciences

BIOL 110N

Principles of Biology

Biological Sciences

BIOL 120N

General Botany

Biological Sciences

BIOL 121N

Introductory Ecology

Biological Sciences

BIOL 130N

Evolution and Society

Chemistry

CHEM 101

Consumer Chemistry

Chemistry

CHEM 151

General and Inorganic Chemistry

Chemistry

CHEM 154

Organic and Biological Chemistry Laboratory

Environmental Studies

EVST 101N

Environmental Science

Forestry

FOR 210

Introductory Soils

Geography

GEOG 102

Introduction to Physical Geography

Geosciences

GEOS 100N

General Geology

Geosciences

GEOS 101N

General Geology Laboratory

Geosciences

GEOS 103N

Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Natural Hazards

Geosciences

GEOS 105N

Oceanography

Geosciences

GEOS 108N

Climate Change, Past and Future

Pharmacy

PHAR110

Use and abuse of Drugs

Physics & Astronomy

ASTR 131N

Elementary Astronomy I

Physics & Astronomy

ASTR 132N

Elementary Astronomy II

Physics & Astronomy

ASTR 134N

Elementary Astronomy Laboratory I

Physics & Astronomy

ASTR 135N

Elementary Astronomy Laboratory II

Physics & Astronomy

ASTR 142N

The Evolving Universe: Theories and Observation

Physics & Astronomy

PHYS 113N

Physics Laboratory I

Physics & Astronomy

PHYS 114N

Physics Laboratory II

Physics & Astronomy

PHYS 141N

Relativity: From Galileo to Einstein and Beyond

Physics & Astronomy

SCI 225N

General science: Physical and Chemical Science

Resources Conservation

FOR/RSCN 271

Wilderness Ecology


Faculty Senate

The University of Montana

Missoula, MT 59812