Upper Division General Education Courses

Natural Sciences & Engineering Courses

  • ENGR 141: Environmental Science Policy
  • ESS 141: Environmental Science Policy
  • ESS 148: Fundamentals of Ecology
  • MATH 171: Mathematical Logic
  • NSED 100: Introduction to Instruction, Assessment, and Management for Beginning Teachers
  • NSED 120: Classroom Interactions in Science and Mathematics: A Focus on Equity in Urban and Rural Schools (Diversity in Education prior to Summer 2014)

SSHA Courses

  • ANTH 100: History of Anthropological Thought and Practice
  • ANTH 110: Migration, Diaspora and Transnational Belonging
  • ANTH 111: The Anthropology of Globalization (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ANTH 112: Political Anthropology
  • ANTH 113: Urban Anthropology (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ANTH 114: Social Memory
  • ANTH 116: Indigenous Activism in the Americas
  • ANTH 117: The Anthropology of Citizenship
  • ANTH 120: Introduction to Medical Anthropology (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ANTH 121: Ethnomedicine
  • ANTH 122: Anthropological Perspectives on Religion and Healing
  • ANTH 124: Ethnopsychology
  • ANTH 126: Anthropological Approaches to Gender
  • ANTH 130: Material Culture
  • ANTH 131: Space and Place: An Anthropological Perspective (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ANTH 132: History of Archaeological Interpretation
  • ANTH 134: Dynamics of Small-scale Societies
  • ANTH 135: Archaeology of Native California
  • ANTH 140: Cultural Heritage Policy and Practice
  • ANTH 141: Writing Narrative for Archaeology
  • ANTH 142: Archaeology of Colonialism
  • ANTH 144: Archaeology of Religion
  • ANTH 146: Topics in Small-scale Societies
  • ANTH 148: Topics in Complex Societies
  • ANTH 150: Race and Human Variation
  • ANTH 151: Human Adaptability
  • ANTH 152: Dying, Death, and Dead Persons
  • ANTH 155: Paleodemography
  • ANTH 160: Human Origins
  • ANTH 162: Growth, Development, and Human Evolution
  • ANTH 169: Trends in Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 170: Ethnographic Methods
  • ANTH 172: Ethnohistory
  • ANTH 174: Lithic Artifact Analysis
  • ANTH 178: Human Osteology
  • ANTH 179: Bioarchaeology
  • ANTH 190: Topics in Anthropology
  • ARTS 100: History of World Art++
  • ARTS 101: History of Clothing, Costume and Fashion: Euro-centric Pre-History to 1800++
  • ARTS 102: History of Clothing, Costume and Fashion: Euro-centric 1800 to 1980++
  • ARTS 103: History of Ethnic Costume++
  • ARTS 104: History of Costume Design++
  • ARTS 106: Arts of India (Fall 2015 and later)++
  • ARTS 108: Islamic Art and Architecture of South Asia (Fall 2015 and later)++
  • ARTS 112: Visual Cultures of India - 19th Century to Present++
  • ARTS 114: History of Ancient Roman Art and Architecture++
  • ARTS 115: Twentieth Century Drama: Theatre and Social Responsibility++
  • ARTS 116: History of Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture++
  • ARTS 120: Critical Popular Music Studies++
  • ARTS 121: Music of the Twentieth Century++
  • ARTS 125: African American Music of the 20th Century++
  • ARTS 130: History of World Architecture++
  • ARTS 131: Advanced Vocal Traditions++
  • ARTS 134: Global Pop++
  • ARTS 141: History & Practice of Photography++
  • ARTS 144: Women, Gender, and Art in Islamic Cultures++
  • ARTS 150: Assemblage Sculpture++
  • ARTS 152: Topics in Music Studies++
  • ARTS 159: Advanced Projects in Acrylic Painting++
  • ARTS 160: Advanced World Music Ensemble - Africa++
  • ARTS 160A: Advanced African Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 161: Advanced World Music Ensemble - Asia++
  • ARTS 161A: Advanced Asian Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 162: Advanced World Music Ensemble – The Pacific++
  • ARTS 162A: Advanced Pacific Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 163: Advanced World Music Ensemble – The Americas++
  • ARTS 163A: Advanced American Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 164A: Advanced Swing Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 165A: Advanced Middle Eastern Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 166A: Advanced Nordic Ensemble - Music++
  • ARTS 170: Techniques of Contemporary Artists++
  • ARTS 171: Techniques of Interdisciplinary Research in Arts++
  • ARTS 180: Architecture Design Studio: Modern Houses++
  • ARTS 181: Architecture Design Studio: Urban Architecture and Sustainability++
  • CCST 113: Latino and Immigrant Health
  • COGS 101: Mind, Brain, and Computation (Spring 2014 and later)
  • COGS 103: Introduction to Neural Networks in Cognitive Science
  • COGS 104: Complex Adaptive Systems (Fall 2014 and later)
  • COGS 110: Philosophy of Cognitive Science
  • COGS 121: Cognitive Psychology
  • COGS 122: Agent-Based Modeling (Spring 2017 and later)
  • COGS 123: Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
  • COGS 125: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Spring 2016 and prior)
  • COGS 127: Modern Everyday Cognition (Fall 2014 and later)
  • COGS 128: Cognitive Engineering
  • COGS 130: Cognitive Neuroscience
  • COGS 140: Perception
  • COGS 141: Visual Perception
  • COGS 144: Animal Cognition
  • COGS 150: Language, Cognition, and Interaction (Spring 2016 and later)
  • COGS 151: Speech Processing
  • COGS 153: Judgment and Decision Making
  • COGS 154: Cognitive Science Applications for Management
  • COGS 159: Metaphor and Thought
  • COGS 160: Free Will in Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Spring 2014 and later)
  • COGS 175: Spatial Cognition
  • COGS 177: Consciousness in Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Spring 2016 and later)
  • ECON 108: Marketing and Consumer Behavior
  • ECON 115: Economics of Industrial Organization
  • ECON 153: Judgment & Decision Making
  • ENG 101: Medieval and Renaissance Literature and Culture, 800-1660
  • ENG 102: Restoration, Early Colonial, & Early Romantic Literature and Culture: 1660-1837
  • ENG 103: Victorian, Fin de siècle, and Early Twentieth Century Literature and Culture: 1837-1945
  • ENG 104: Postwar, Postcolonial, Postmodern Literature and Culture: 1945 to the present
  • ENG 105: Shakespeare's Medieval Inheritance
  • ENG 106: Early English Drama
  • ENG 107: "The Age of Enlightenment" in the Long Eighteenth Century
  • ENG 108: Romanticism and Acocalypse
  • ENG 109: Encounters with Islam in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature
  • ENG 113: U.S. Latino/a Literatures
  • ENG 115: Chicano/a Literature
  • ENG 118: Literature and Philosophy (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ENG 119: Fashion and Fiction
  • ENG 121: Topics in Continental Philosophy
  • ENG 129: Topics in Literature and Culture
  • ENG 132: Human Rights and Literature
  • ENG 135: Voices of the People in Victorian England
  • ENG 137: Problems in Literature: Islam in English Literature from the Crusades to the War on Terror
  • ENG 138: Gothic Literature
  • ENG 150: Geoffrey Chaucer
  • ENG 151: Advanced Shakespeare 1 (Summer 2015 and later)
  • ENG 152: William Blake
  • ENG 153: Robert Louis Stevenson (Fall 2015 and later)
  • ENG 156: Oscar Wilde: Artist, Martyr, Celebrity
  • ENG 157: Virginia Woolf and EM Foster
  • ENG 158: The Brontes
  • ENG 159: Rudyard Kipling
  • ENG 165: Tragic Drama: from Ancient Greece to the Present Day (Summer 2014 and later)
  • ENG 166: Nineteenth Century Drama and Adaptation
  • ENG 185: Reading from the Margin
  • ENG 186: Language, Gender and Culture
  • FRE 103: French Composition and Conversation
  • GASP 100: Anime and Animation (Fall 2015 and later)
  • GASP 101: Visual Arts of the Twentieth Century
  • GASP 102: Asian American Art
  • GASP 103: History of World Art
  • GASP 103b: Advanced Shakespeare
  • GASP 105: History of Islamic Art and Architecture
  • GASP 106: Arts of India (Fall 2015 and later)
  • GASP 108: Islamic Art and Architechture of South Asia (Fall 2015 and later)
  • GASP 110: Drawing II: Figure
  • GASP 111a: Painting II: Portraiture
  • GASP 112: Visual Cultures of India - 19th Century to Present
  • GASP 114: History of Ancient Roman Art and Architecture
  • GASP 116: History of Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • GASP 119: Topics in Public Art
  • GASP 120: Video II
  • GASP 121: Asian Pacific American Music
  • GASP 122: Conceptual Arts (Spring 2017 and later)
  • GASP 130a: Advanced Latin Music Ensemble
  • GASP 130b: Advanced South Asian Music Ensemble
  • GASP 130c: Advanced Swing Band
  • GASP 131: Critical Popular Music Studies
  • GASP 132: Critical Jazz Studies
  • GASP 133: Theory and Method of Ethnomusicology
  • GASP 134: Global Pop
  • GASP 135: African American Music
  • GASP 141: History & Practice of Photography
  • GASP 144: Women, Gender, and Art in Islamic Cultures
  • GASP 144a: Art for Social Change
  • GASP 151: Topics in Visual Culture
  • GASP 152: Topics in Music Studies
  • GASP 153: Theater and Social Responsibility
  • GASP 155: Film Theory and Criticism
  • GASP 156d: History of Ancient Roman Art and Architecture
  • GASP 156e: History of Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • GASP 157: Critical Photography
  • GASP 158b: Women, Gender, and Art is Islamic Cultures (Spring 2017 and later)
  • GASP 159: Topics in Visual Culture
  • GASP 160: Film Therory and Criticism
  • GASP 164a: Advanced Topics in Flim and Video
  • GASP 171: Museums as Contested Sites
  • GASP 172: Curatorial Methods and Practices
  • GASP 172a: Critical Popular Music Studies
  • GASP 172b: Global Popular Music
  • GASP 173a: Theory and Method of Ethnomusicology
  • GASP 174a: Music, Gender, and Sexuality (Spring 2017 and later)
  • GASP 175: Race and Nationalism in American Art
  • GASP 179a: Advanced Topics in Music
  • GASP 179b: Adncanced Topics in Dance
  • GASP 189a: Advanced Topics in Theater
  • GEOG 141: Environmental Science and Policy
  • GEOG 142: Geography of Resource Management
  • HIST 101: Visual Arts of the Twentieth Century
  • HIST 103: Critical Popular Music Studies
  • HIST 104: Critical Jazz Studies
  • HIST 106: Topics in the History of Women and Gender
  • HIST 107: Topics in Urban History (Fall 2014 and later)
  • HIST 109: Topics in the History of Science and Technology
  • HIST 108: Topics in World History (Fall 2014 and later)
  • HIST 110: Climate Change and World History
  • HIST 111: The Legacy of Genghis Khan
  • HIST 112: History of Islamic Art and Architecture
  • HIST 113: History of the Gunpowder Empires
  • HIST 114: History and Practice of Photography
  • HIST 117R: Topics in Regional or State History: Research
  • HIST 118: Environmental World HIST
  • HIST 120: Essence of Decision: Case Studies in History
  • HIST 121: Asian Pacific American Music
  • HIST 123: Comparative Race and Ethnicity in the United States
  • HIST 124: African American History from Slavery to Civil Rights
  • HIST 124A: African American History to 1877
  • HIST 124B: African American History 1877 to Present
  • HIST 124BR: African American History 1877 to Present: Research (Fall 2015 and later)
  • HIST 125: African American Music
  • HIST 126: Race and Nationalism in American Art
  • HIST 128: The United States and the Vietnam War
  • HIST 130: The Cold War, 1941-1991
  • HIST 132: Intelligence and National Security, 1945-2000
  • HIST 133: Topics in Nineteenth Century U.S. History (Summer 2014 and later)
  • HIST 134: History and Literature of the Great Depression
  • HIST 135: History and Literature of the 1960s
  • HIST 136: Essence of Decision: Case Studies in History
  • HIST 137: Topics in European History (Fall 2015 and prior)
  • HIST 137: Gender, Race, and Slavery in American History (Spring 2016 and later)
  • HIST 138: Topics in Visual Culture
  • HIST 139: Topics in U.S. History (Spring 2015 and later)
  • HIST 142: Topics in Latin American History
  • HIST 143: West Africa and Making the Atlantic World (Fall 2015 and later)
  • HIST 150: The Cold War, 1941-1991
  • HIST 158: Topics in Middle Eastern History
  • HIST 159: History of Iran (Fall 2016 and later)
  • HIST 165: From Tang to Song: China in the Medieval World
  • HIST 165A: China in the Ancient World
  • HIST 165B: From Tang to Song:China in the Medieval World
  • HIST 165C: Late Imperial China
  • HIST 165D: China in the Modern World
  • HIST 169: History and Heritage of Tibet
  • HIST 171: Modern European Intellectual History
  • HIST 172: Europe and the Early Modern Atlantic World
  • HIST 173: History of Ancient Roman Art and Architecture
  • HIST 174: History of Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • HIST 179: Topics in European History
  • HIST 180: The Silk Road
  • HIST 187R: White Supremacy and White Violance in the US: Research
  • JPN 103: Advanced Japanese I
  • JPN 104: Advanced Japanese II
  • LIT 100: Engaging Texts:  Introduction to Critical Practice +
  • LIT 110: Topics in World Literature +
  • LIT 111: Empire, the Postcolonial, and Representation: Reading East and West +
  • LIT 112: Literature and History +
  • LIT 120: Topics in the Literature of Difference +
  • LIT 125: Literary Genres +
  • LIT 130: Topics in American Literature +
  • LIT 131: American Literature of the Expanding Nation +
  • LIT 132: American Protest Literature +
  • LIT 136: Literature and Culture of African Americans +
  • LIT 137: US American Indian Literature and Cultures +
  • LIT 138: US Working Class LITC +
  • LIT 140: Topics in British Literature +
  • LIT 141: British Literature of the Expanding Empire +
  • LIT 151: Golden Age Spanish Literature +
  • LIT 153: Spanish Literature Since the 20th Century +
  • LIT 155: Latin American Colonial Literature +
  • LIT 156: Latin American Literature Since the Independence +
  • LIT 158: Transatlantic Modernism +
  • LIT 159: Diasporas and Exiles in the Hispanic World +
  • LIT 161: Latino/as in Children's Literature & Film +
  • LIT 163: Latin American Film and Fiction +
  • LIT 165: Great Writers +
  • LIT 170: Topics in Language and Linguistics +
  • LIT 181: Literature of California +
  • LIT 183: Literature and the Other Arts +
  • LIT 186: Novel of the Latin American Dictator +
  • MGMT 115: Economics of Industrial Organization
  • MGMT 120: Marketing
  • MGMT 135: Business Law
  • MGMT 153: Judgment and Decision-making
  • MGMT 154: Cognitive Science Applications for Management
  • MGMT 180: Entrepreneurship
  • PH 100: Introduction to Epidemiology
  • PH 102: Health Promotion (Spring 2014 and later)
  • PH 103: Health Communication (Spring 2014 and later)
  • PH 104: Health and the Media (Spring 2014 and later)
  • PH 105: Introduction to US Health Care System
  • PH 108: Introduction to Health Care
  • PH 111: Social Epidemiology
  • PH 112: Research Methods: Health Services Research and Public Health
  • PH 113: Latino and Immigrant Health
  • PH 125: Emerging Public Health Threats
  • PH 135: Public Health Genetics
  • PH 137: Insects and Public Health
  • PH 190: Topics in Public Health
  • PHIL 101: Metaphysics
  • PHIL 102: Epistemology
  • PHIL 103: Philosophy of Mind (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PHIL 104: Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 105: Philosophy of Language
  • PHIL 106: Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 107: Philosophy of Religion
  • PHIL 108: Political Philosophy (Summer 2014 and later)
  • PHIL 109: Philosophy of Law (Fall 2015 and later)
  • PHIL 110: Philosophy of Cognitive Science
  • PHIL 119: Topics in Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 130: Ancient Philosophy (Fall 2014 and later)
  • PHIL 131: Topics in Ancient Philosophy
  • PHIL 134: Modern Philosophy (Fall 2013 and later)
  • PHIL 141: Topics in Continental Philosophy
  • PHIL 150: Topics in Phenomenology  (Spring 2016 and later)
  • PHIL 157: Philosophy of Love and Friendship
  • PHIL 160: Mathematical Logic
  • PHIL 170: Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (Spring 2014 and later)
  • PHIL 171: Free Will in Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Spring 2014 and later)
  • PHIL 173: Consciousness in Philosophy and Cognitive Science (Fall 2015 and later)
  • PHIL 190: Epistemology (Fall 2013 only)
  • POLI 100: Congressional Politics
  • POLI 101: The Presidency
  • POLI 102: Judicial Politics
  • POLI 105: Interest Groups and Political Parties
  • POLI 106: Urban Politics
  • POLI 107: State Politics
  • POLI 108: Direct Democracy
  • POLI 110: Governmental Power and the Constitution
  • POLI 111: Liberty Equality and the Constitution
  • POLI 120: Voting Behavior Campaigns and Elections
  • POLI 125: Public Opinion
  • POLI 127: Race Gender and Politics
  • POLI 130: Comparative Political Institutions
  • POLI 135: Comparative Political Behavior
  • POLI 145: Political Violence
  • POLI 150: Causes of International Conflict
  • POLI 155: International Political Economy
  • POLI 158: Politics of Human Rights
  • POLI 160: US Foreign Policy
  • POLI 170: Theoretical Models of Politics
  • POLI 171: Politics in Film (Summer 2014 and later)
  • PSY 105: Advanced Research Methods in Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 110: History of Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 121: Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY 123: Alcohol, Drugs and Behavior (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 124: Health Disparities (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 125: Cognition, Affect, and Health
  • PSY 130: Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 131: Social Psychology
  • PSY 133: Neurodevelopmental Cognitive, Language and Learning Disorders
  • PSY 134: Adolescent Development
  • PSY 135: Language Acquisition
  • PSY 136: Cognitive Development
  • PSY 137: Conceptual Development
  • PSY 138: The Development of Social Mind
  • PSY 139: Cognitive Development and Education
  • PSY 140: Clinical Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 142: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 143: Abnormal Child Psychology
  • PSY 144: Clinical Neuropsychology
  • PSY 145: Human Sexuality (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 147: Health Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 150: Psychological Perspectives on Cultural, Racial, and Ethnic Diversity (Fall 2012 through Summer 2015)
  • PSY 151: The Psychology of Stereotyping and Prejudice
  • PSY 152: Psychological Perspectives on Cultural, Racial, and Ethnic Diversity (Fall 2015 and later)
  • PSY 156: Social Psychology
  • PSY 157: Personal Relationships
  • PSY 158: Positive Psychology
  • PSY 159: Personality Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 160: Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY 161: Perception
  • PSY 162: Visual Perception
  • PSY 171: Psychological Tests and Measurement
  • PSY 172: Forensic Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 180: Physiological Psychology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • PSY 181: Clinical Neuropsychology
  • PSY 182: Evolutionary Psychology
  • PSY 183: Introduction to Human Behavioral Genetics
  • PUBP 110: Poverty and Social Policy
  • PUBP 120: Health Care Policy
  • PUBP 130: Environmental Policy
  • PUBP 140: Immigration and Public Policy
  • PUBP 150: Race, Ethnicity and Public Policy
  • SOC 107: Law and Society
  • SOC 108: Advanced Topics in Criminology
  • SOC 110: Social Movements Protest and Collective Action
  • SOC 115: Political Sociology
  • SOC 118: Hate Crime
  • SOC 120: Sociology of Culture
  • SOC 130: Social Stratification
  • SOC 131: Urban Inequality
  • SOC 132: Sociology of Education
  • SOC 134: Sports and Society
  • SOC 140: Organizational Behavior
  • SOC 145: Sociology of Health
  • SOC 150: Self and Society
  • SOC 155: Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 160: Gender and Society
  • SOC 161: Sociology of Sexuality
  • SOC 175: Topics in Advanced Sociological Research Methods (Fall 2012 and later)
  • SOC 180: Advanced Issues in Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 181: Chicanos in US Society
  • SOC 182: Current Topics in Immigration
  • SOC 185: Topics in Sociology (Fall 2012 and later)
  • SPAN 100: Engaging Texts: Introduction to Critical Practice
  • SPAN 103: Spanish Composition and Conversation
  • SPAN 105: Hispanic Cultures I
  • SPAN 106: Hispanic Cultures II
  • SPAN 107: Spanish for Health Professionals
  • SPAN 108: Spanish for Business and Management (SPAN 142 prior to Fall 2013)
  • SPAN 111: Empire, The Postcolonial, and Representation: Reading East and West
  • SPAN 112: Chicano/a Literature Written in Spanish
  • SPAN 113: U.S. Latino/a Literature
  • SPAN 114: Latinos/as in Children’s Literature and Film
  • SPAN 115: Chicano/a Literature
  • SPAN 121: Spanish Golden Age
  • SPAN 122: Spanish (peninsular) 18-19 Centuries
  • SPAN 123: Spanish (peninsular) 20-21 Centuries
  • SPAN 130: The Transatlantic Baroque
  • SPAN 131: Transatlantic Modernismo
  • SPAN 140: Latin American Colonial Literature
  • SPAN 141: Spanish for Health Professionals
  • SPAN 143: Latin American Literature Since Independence
  • SPAN 144: Caribbean Literatures and Cultures
  • SPAN 145: Novel of the Latin American Dictator
  • SPAN 146: Latin American Film and Fiction
  • SPAN 147: Latin American Boom
  • SPAN 148: The Narrative World of Mario Vargas Llosa
  • SPAN 149: The Fantastic, Magical Realism, Realism, and Testimonials
  • SPAN 151: Diasporas and Exiles in Latin America
  • SPAN 153: Bilingualism and Borders in Hispanic Literatures
  • SPAN 154: Hispanic Drama and Performing
  • SPAN 170: Spanish Linguistics (SPAN 110 prior to Fall 2013)
  • SPAN 172: History of the Spanish Language (Fall 2015 and later)
  • SPAN 173: Erotic Noel and Film
  • SPAN 175: Spanish in the U.S. (Fall 2015 and later)
  • SPAN 177: Sociolinguistics and Latino Health (Fall 2015 and later)
  • SPAN 180: Topics in Hispanic Languages and Cultures
  • SPAN 181: Topics in Literature and Culture
  • WH 100: Virtual Heritage and World Heritage
  • WH 110: 3D Modeling Cultural Heritage 
  • WH 140: Cultural Heritage Policy and Practice
  • WH 150: Geographic Information Systems for Cultural and Environmental Heritage
  • WH 160: Advanced Methods in Digital Heritage (Fall 2015 and later)
  • WH 169: History and Heritage of Tibet
  • WH 190: Topics in World Heritage
  • WRI 100: Advanced Writing
  • WRI 104: Personal Style and Formal Writing (Fall 2015 and later)
  • WRI 105: Grammar and Style
  • WRI 110: Tutor Training (Fall 2013 and later)
  • WRI 112: Writing in the Arts (Fall 2014 and later)
  • WRI 114: Enviromental Writing (Fall 2015 and later)
  • WRI 115: Topics in Science Writing
  • WRI 116: Science Writing in Natural Sciences
  • WRI 117: Writing for Social Sciences and Humanities
  • WRI 118: Management Communication Theory and Practice (Fall 2013 and later)
  • WRI 120: Rhetorical Theory
  • WRI 121: International Rhetoric
  • WRI 125: Topics in Creative Writing
  • WRI 125a: Topics in Creative Writing: Poetry
  • WRI 125b: Topics in Creative Writing: Fiction
  • WRI 125c: Topics in Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction
  • WRI 125d: Topics in Creative Writing: Drama
  • WRI 130: Topics in Professional Writing
  • WRI 131: Journal Production (Fall 2013 and later)
  • WRI 131b: Journal Production: Vernal Pool
  • WRI 131c: Journal Production: Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ)
  • WRI 141: Writing Narrative for Archaeology

+ As of Summer 2013, UC Merced will no longer offer courses in Literature
++ As of Fall 2017, UC Merced will no longer offer courses in Arts