Hidden Gems

If you are searching for classes that explore intriguing topics, are taught by engaging faculty, and offer small class size, we suggest you try out L&C’s hidden gems. These classes come from a wide variety of departments and may, as a bonus, help meet general education or elective credit requirements.

These courses are all being offered in fall 2021. Please consult WebAdvisor for course prerequisites and restrictions, and to read the full course description. 

ART-100: European and North American Art

ART-151: History of Early East Asian Art

ART-201: Modern European Art

ART-319: Modern Architecture

AS-100: Introduction to Contemporary Asian Studies

CHIN-290-F1 / CHIN-291-F1: Topics in Chinese Literature in Translation

CLAS-202-F1: Introduction to Ancient Roman Thought and Culture

ELI-260: Sustainability

ELI-310: Curatorial Affairs in the Visual Arts

ENG-271-F1: Law and Literature

ENG-276: Animals and Animal Rights in Literature

ENG-309: Ancient Masterpieces and English Literature

ETHS-400: Topics in Race and Ethnic Studies

GEOL-340: Spatial Problems in Earth System Science

HEAL-260-F1: Global Health

HEAL-300: Health Studies Internship

HEAL-345-02: Health Studies Practicum: Peer Support Training

HIST-297-F1: Native Peoples in North America

HIST-297-F2: Curating Chinese Communism

HIST-388: What’s for Dinner

MUS-102: Jazz Appreciation

MUS-104: Sound and Sense: Understanding Music

PHIL-101: Logic

PHIL-102: Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL-103: Ethics

PHIL-207: Indian Philosophy

PHIL-217-F1: Topics in Philosophy

PHYS-106: The Physics of Music

PHYS-110: Great Ideas in Physics

POLS-255: Law, Lawyers, and Society

RELS-102: Food and Religion in America

RELS-243-F1: Buddhism: Theory, Culture, and Practice

RELS-273-F1: Islamic Origins

RELS-358/458: Mysticism and Religious Experience

RHMS-211: Professional Discourse

RHMS-321: Argument and Social Justice

SOAN-216-F1: Social Power of Music

TH-209-F1: Social Dance Forms: History, Practice, and Social Significance

TH-218: Fundamentals of Design

WLL-198: Fairy Tales Across Cultures

Looking to round out your schedule with a 1 or 2-credit course? The following classes are being offered in fall 2021. Please consult WebAdvisor for class availability. 

AESC-270: Developing Intercultural Competence (open to all undergraduate students)

AS-156: Art of Tea in Japanese Culture I

CHIN-251-F1: Chinese Conversation

FREN-261-F1: Conversational French

GERM-251-F1: German Conversation

JAPN-251-F1: Japanese Conversation

Music Performance: multiple courses

Physical Education 101: multiple courses

RUSS-251-F1: Russian Conversation

SPAN-251-F1: Intermediate Spanish Conversation

SPAN-351: Advanced Conversational Spanish

TH-110A: Theatre Laboratory

TH-110B: Theatre Laboratory