Flexible Core: 18 creditsOne course from each of the five flexible core categories AND one additional course from any flexible core category. Note: Students can select only two courses from any one discipline. To complete the degree requirements from the Flexible Core, students are advised to select courses from the recommended course selections listed in the online Program Guide. Click here to learn more about the courses in the Flexible Common Core. Please note AS and AAS programs may require additional Common Core courses when transferring to a CUNY College.
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Education & Language Acquisition DepartmentDiscipline: ReadingCSE150 The Evolution of the Reading ExperienceDiscipline: Modern LanguagesELA101 Elementary Arabic 1ELA102 Elementary Arabic 2ELC101 Modern Chinese IELC102 Modern Chinese IIELC103 Intermediate Chinese I ELC105 Modern Chinese for Heritage StudentsELC106 Modern Chinese for Heritage Students IIELF101 Elementary French IELF102 Elementary French II ELF103 Intermediate French I ELF105 French for Heritage SpeakersELI101 Elementary Italian IELI102 Elementary Italian IIELI103 Intermediate ItalianELJ101 Elementary Japanese IELJ102 Elementary Japanese IIELJ103 Intermediate Japanese IELJ104 Intermediate Japanese IIELJ105 Japanese for Heritage StudentsELK101 Elementary Korean IELK102 Elementary Korean IIELK103 Intermediate KoreanELK105 Korean for Heritage SpeakersELP101 Elementary Polish IELP102 Elementary Polish IIELP103 Intermediate Polish IELP105 Polish for Heritage SpeakersELR101 Elementary Russian IELR102 Elementary Russian IIELS101 Elementary Spanish I ELS102 Elementary Spanish II ELS103 Intermediate Spanish ELS105 Spanish for Heritage Speakers IELT 101 Elementary Tibetan IELT 102 Elementary Tibetan IIELT105 Tibetan for Heritage SpeakersELV105 Bengali for Heritage SpeakersELZ101 Elementary Portuguese I ELZ102 Elementary Portuguese II English DepartmentDiscipline: Literary StudiesENG205 The Bible as LiteratureENG250 The Short StoryENG266 ShakespeareENG270 Introduction to PoetryENG290 British Literature IHumanities DepartmentDiscipline: Fine ArtsHUN192 Art and Society*Discipline: Media StudiesHUC150 Art of FilmDiscipline: PhilosophyHUP105 Philosophy of ReligionHUP116 Latin American PhilosophyHUP118 African Philosophy HUP121 Eastern Philosophical TraditionsDiscipline: TheaterHUT210 Theatre: Pre-History to the RenaissanceHUT211 Theatre: Renaissance to Modern TimesSocial Science DepartmentDiscipline: AnthropologySSA101 Cultural AnthropologySSA120 Peoples & Culture of the CaribbeanDiscipline: EconomicsSSE105 International EconomicsDiscipline: GeographySSE125 World GeographyDiscipline: HistorySSH103 Western Civilization from Ancient Times to the RenaissanceSSH104 Western Civilization from Renaissance to Modern TimesSSH105 World History from Ancient Times to 1500SSH106 World History World History from 1500 to presentSSH110 East Asian Civilization & SocietiesSSH232 Survey of Latin American & Caribbean HistoryDiscipline: Political ScienceSSP200 Global PoliticsDownload PDF version: World Cultures & Global Issues
Education & Language Acquisition DepartmentDiscipline: Applied LinguisticsELN101 Introduction to Bilingualism*English DepartmentDiscipline: Literary StudiesENG204 Asian American LiteratureENG225 Afro-American LiteratureENG248 Latina/o Writing in the U.S.ENG268 The Immigrant Experience in American LiteratureENG292 American Literature IENN195 Violence in American Art & Culture*Humanities DepartmentDiscipline: PhilosophyHUP109 Philosophy of LawDiscipline: TheaterHUT220 Contemporary Latina/o Theatre in the United StatesSocial Science DepartmentDiscipline: HistorySSH101Themes in American History ISSH102Themes in American History IISSH231 Afro-American HistorySSN183 History of Minorities*SSN240 History of New York City*Discipline: Political ScienceSSP101 U.S. Power & PoliticsSSP245 Law & Human Rights in AmericaDiscipline: PsychologySSN280 Urban Black Psychology*Discipline: SociologySSN103 Introduction to Labor and Community Organizing*SSN187 Urban Sociology*Download PDF version: U.S. Experience in its Diversity
Education and Language Acquisition DepartmentDiscipline: EducationELE110 Arts in EducationEnglish DepartmentDiscipline: Creative WritingENG271 Poetry WritingENG274 Creative Non-fiction WorkshopENG276 Fiction Writing WorkshopENN198 Creative Writing Workshop*HUC/ENG238 ScreenwritingDiscipline: JournalismENG212 Feature Writing for NewspapersDiscipline: Literary StudiesENG275 The Great WriterENG289 Introduction to Literary StudyHumanities DepartmentDiscipline: Communication StudiesHUC106 Public SpeakingHUC140 Introduction to BroadcastingDiscipline: Fine ArtsHUA101 Introduction to ArtHUA165 Art History: Pre-historic through GothicHUA166 Art History: Renaissance through ModernHUA200 Art of the 20th CenturyHUA202 History of PhotographyHUN195 Art in New York*Discipline: MusicHUM101 Introduction to MusicHUM210 American MusicDiscipline: PhilosophyHUP107 Philosophy of Art Discipline: TheaterHUT101 Art of TheaterDownload PDF version: Creative Expressions
Education & Language Acquisition DepartmentDiscipline: Literary StudiesELS200 Latin American Literature IELS201 Latin American Literature IIELV201 Modern Bengali LanguageDiscipline: ReadingCSE110 Literacy and PropagandaEnglish DepartmentDiscipline: JournalismENG210 Journalism: Its Scope and UseDiscipline: Literary StudiesENG245 Images of Women in LiteratureENG247 The Woman WriterENG261 Literature of DifferenceHealth Sciences DepartmentDiscipline: Health SciencesSCH210 Human SexualityDiscipline: Health SciencesSCH150 Drugs, Society & Human BehaviorHumanities DepartmentDiscipline: PhilosophyHUP101 Introduction to PhilosophyHUP102 Critical ThinkingHUP104 Ethics and Moral IssuesHUP108 Environmental EthicsHUP114 Medical EthicsDiscipline: CommunicationHUC117 Introduction to Computer-mediated CommunicationSocial Science DepartmentDiscipline: AnthropologySSN182 Urban Anthropology*Discipline: EconomicsSSE103 Introduction to MicroeconomicsSSE104 Introduction to MacroeconomicsSSN189 The Urban Economy*Discipline: Political ScienceSSP250 Political Ideas & IdeologiesDiscipline: PsychologySSN184 Environmental Psychology*SSY200 Personality PsychologySSY240 Developmental Psychology 1SSY241 Developmental Psychology IISSY250 Social PsychologyDiscipline: SociologySSI210 Women in SocietySSN194 Religion and Social ChangeSSN202 Environmental Sociology*SSS100 Introduction to SociologySSS102 Social MovementsDownload PDF version: Individual & Society
Education & Language Acquisition DepartmentDiscipline: Applied LinguisticsELL101 Introduction to LanguageHealth Sciences DepartmentDiscipline: NutritionSCD200 Introduction to NutritionHumanities DepartmentDiscipline: PhilosophyHUP112 Logic & PhilosophyMathematics, Engineering & Computer ScienceDiscipline: MathematicsMAT115 College Algebra and Trigonometry (STEM)MAT120 Elementary Statistics I (STEM)MAT200 PreCalculus (STEM)MAT201 Calculus I (STEM)Natural Sciences DepartmentDiscipline: BiologySCB115 Principles of Biology (STEM)SCB165 Vertebrate EvolutionSCB201 Fundamentals of Biology I (STEM)SCB202 Fundamentals of Biology II (STEM)SCB203 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (STEM)SCB204 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (STEM)SCB265 Fundamentals of Ecology (STEM) Discipline: ChemistrySCC201 Fundamentals of Chemistry I (STEM)SCC202 Fundamentals of Chemistry II (STEM)SCC205 Introduction to Chemistry (STEM)SCC210 Foundations of Chemistry (STEM)Discipline: PhysicsSCP160 Foundations for the Physical Sciences SCP201 Fundamentals of Physics I (STEM)SCP202 Fundamentals of Physics II (STEM)SCP231 General Physics I (STEM)SCP232 General Physics II (STEM)Social Science DepartmentDiscipline: AnthropologySSA100 Introduction to AnthropologySSA103 Introduction to ArchaeologyDiscipline: PsychologySSY101 General PsychologySSY230 Abnormal Psychology Download PDF version: Scientific World