IWP: Frequently Linked Courses

Many IWP courses are currently available, and selection varies from quarter to quarter. Check the Time Schedule to see what courses are offered each quarter.

Anthropology

  • ANTH 101 (Exploring Sociocultural Anthropology)
  • BIO ANTH 101 (Human Biological Diversity)
  • ANTH 213 (Anthropology of Sport)
  • ANTH 215 (Introduction to Medical Anthropology)

Astronomy

  • ASTR 101 (Astronomy)
  • ASTR 150 (The Planets)

Biology

  • BIOL 180 (Introductory Biology)
  • BIOL 200 (Introductory Biology)
  • BIOL 220 (Introductory Biology)

Communication

  • COM 201 (Introduction to Communication I)

Comparative Literature

  • C LIT 271 (Perspectives on Film: Great Directors)
  • C LIT 272 (Perspectives on Film: Genre)

Drama

  • DRAMA 101 (Introduction to the Theater)

English

  • ENGL 202 (Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature)
  • ENGL 207 (SuperHeroes)
  • ENGL 491B (Community Literacy)

Environment

  • ENVIR 100 (Environmental Foundations)

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

  • GWSS 200 (Intro to Women Studies)

Geography

  • GEOG 123 (Introduction to Globalization)
  • GEOG 271 (Geography of Food and Eating)

Global Health

  • GH 101 (Introduction to Global Health)

History

  • HSTAM 111 (The Ancient World)
  • HSTAM 112 (The Medieval World)
  • HSTEU 113 (Europe and the Modern World)
  • HSTAA 105 (History of American Peoples)
  • HSTAA 110 (History of American Citizenship)
  • HSTAM 235 (Myths and Mysteries of the Middle Ages)

International Studies

  • JSIS 123 (Introduction to Globalization)
  • JSIS 200 (States and Capitalism: The Origins of the Modern Global System)
  • JSIS 201 (The Making of the 21st Century)
  • JSIS 202 (Cultural Interactions in an Interdependent World)

Law, Societies, and Justice

  • LSJ 200 (Introduction to Law, Societies, and Justice)

Music

  • MUSIC 120 (Survey of Music)

Philosophy

  • PHIL 100 (Introduction to Philosophy)
  • PHIL 160 (Why Do We Believe in Quarks?)

Political Science

  • POL S 201 (Introduction to Political Theory)
  • POL S 203 (Introduction to International Relations)
  • POL S 204 (Introduction to Comparative Politics)

Psychology

  • PSYCH 101 (Introduction to Psychology)
  • PSYCH 202 (Biopsychology)

Public Health

  • HSERV 101 (Personal and Public Health)

Sociology

  • SOC 110 (Survey of Sociology)
  • SOC 270 (Social Problems)