Perspectives: Analyzing Social Structures

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Approval data last updated December 11, 2019.
CUNYfirst catalog data last updated January 23, 2020.

Course Course Title (with variants). Other Designation(s)
ACE 16 Social Science Seminar II.
ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. WC PI WCGI
ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology. WC PI SW SCI
ECON 100 Economics and Society. US IS
ECON 101 Introduction to Macroeconomics. US IS
ECON 102 Introduction to Microeconomics. US IS
HIST 101/101W Early Modern Europe, 1500-1815.
Early Modern Europe 1500-1815.
HIST 102/102W Modern Europe, 1815 to the Present. ET WCGI
HIST 103/103W American History, 1607-1865. US PI USED
HIST 104/104W American History, 1865 to the Present. US USED
HIST 160 Global History: World.
Vt: Topics in Global History.
HIST 163/163H Social and Cultural History.
Vt: Topics in U.s. History.
HIST 164/164H Vt: Topics in European History.
Vt: Social and Cultural History: Europe.
HNRS 126W The Peopling of New York. US USED
HNRS 226 Shaping the Future of New York City. US IS
HSS 200 Social Sciences and Society. ET IS
PSCI 100/100H American Politics and Government. US USED
PSCI 101 Introduction to Political Science. US IS
PSCI 102/102H Current Political Controversies.
Political Controversies.
PSCI 103 Comparative Politics. WC WCGI
PSCI 104 International Politics. WC WCGI
PSCI 210 American State and Local Government. US USED
PSCI 234 Contemporary Western Europe. ET
PSCI 238 Contemporary Asia. WC
PSCI 257 Western Europe in World Politics. ET
SOC 101 General Introduction to Sociology. IS
SOC 211 Ethnic and Racial Relations. US USED
SOC 212H Sociological Analysis. SW SCI
SOC 215 Sociology of Education. US IS
URBST 101 Urban Issues: Poverty and Affluence. US USED
URBST 103 Urban Diversity. US USED
URBST 105 Urban Politics. US USED
URBST 107 Immigrant Communities in Queens. US