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DanceBachelor of Arts Degree | Bachelor of Science Degree

Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, must also complete the following requirements: 

  1. A minimum of 120 total credit-hours earned.
  2. No more than 42 credit-hours beyond the 100-level in any one department may be applied to the 120 credit-hour total.
  3. At least 90 credit-hours in arts and sciences. These credits may be drawn from those offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as those in economics, biochemistry, nutrition and computer science. (Students completing both a BA and BS degree are exempted from six hours of the 90 credit-hour arts and sciences requirement for the BA.)
  4. A minimum of 30 credit-hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.
  5. The General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences listed below.
  6. The requirements for a major listed below as specified in the bulletin for each department or program. A major requires a minimum of 30 credit-hours, at least 24 of which are taken in the major department or program.
  7. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a BA candidate must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the credit-hours required in the major department.

 

Major Concentrations Available for the Bachelor of Arts degree:

  • American Studies*
  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Asian Studies
  • Astronomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Chemical Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Classics
  • Cognitive Science
  • Communication Sciences
  • Computer Science
  • Dance
  • Dean's Approved Major**
  • Economics
  • English
  • Environmental Geology
  • Environmental Studies*
  • Evolutionary Biology*
  • French
  • French and Francophone Studies
  • Geological Sciences
  • German
  • German Studies
  • Gerontological Studies*
  • History
  • History and Philosophy of Science
  • International Studies
  • Japanese Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Natural Sciences*
  • Nutrition
  • Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Pre-Architecture*
  • Psychology
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Teacher Education*
  • Theater Arts
  • Women’s and Gender Studies
  • World Literature

 

Footnotes

May be taken only as a second major.   Any student interested in developing for the BA a major of his or her own design may submit, before the end of the sophomore year, a program proposal for a Dean's Approved Major to the Office of Undergraduate Studies. The Dean of Undergraduate Studies and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences must approve any proposed Dean's Approved Major.

 

General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences

These requirements provide a broad foundation for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs. Students pursuing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences may not fulfill the Departmental Seminar requirement with a course that is being used to fulfill an Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, or Natural & Mathematical Sciences breadth requirement. A course that has been designated as a Departmental Seminar and that also falls into the Global and Cultural Diversity category may be used to fulfill both requirements. Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy general education requirements.

 

Breadth Requirements (minimum of six 3- or 4-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 18 credit-hours)

NOTE: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

 

Arts and Humanities (6 - 8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

  • Arabic (ARAB)
  • Art History (ARTH)
  • Art Studio (ARTS)
  • Chinese (CHIN)
  • Classics (CLSC)
  • Dance (DANC)
  • English (ENGL)
  • French (FRCH)
  • German (GRMN)
  • Greek (GREK)
  • Hebrew (HBRW)
  • History (HSTY)
  • Italian (ITAL)
  • Japanese (JAPN)
  • Latin (LATN)
  • Music - General (MUGN)
  • Music - History (MUHI)
  • Music - Theory (MUTH)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Portuguese (PORT)
  • Religious Studies (RLGN)
  • Russian (RUSN)
  • Spanish (SPAN)
  • Theater (THTR)
  • World Literature (WLIT)  

 

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (6 - 8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Natural and Mathematical Science courses selected from:

  • Astronomy (ASTR)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences (EEPS)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Nutrition (NTRN)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Statistics (STAT)  

 

Social Sciences (6 credit-hours)

Two 3-credit-hour Social Science courses selected from:

  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Cognitive Science (COGS)
  • Communication Sciences (COSI)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • Political Science (POSC)
  • Psychology (PSCL)
  • Sociology (SOCI)  

 

Quantitative Reasoning (3 - 4 credit-hours)

Each student must complete at least one 3- or 4-credit-hour course identified as a quantitative reasoning course selected from the list below. This course may also be used to fulfill a major, minor and/or breadth requirement.   

 

 

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
ANTH 319 Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences 3
BIOL 321 Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments 3
EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java 3
ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming 3
MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I

4

MATH 123 Calculus I

4

MATH 125 Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I 4
MATH 150 Mathematics from a Mathematician's Perspective 3
PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3
PSCL 282 Quantitative Methods in Psychology 3
STAT 201 Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences 3
STAT 201R Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming 3

Global and Cultural Diversity (3 - 4 credit-hours)

The goal of the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement is to provide students with the opportunity for academic reflection about the variation in human experience. Courses that satisfy this requirement must (1) substantively explore one or more cultures outside the United States, or (2) address in a substantive way ethnic, gender, sexual, religious, or other cultural practices within the United States, so as to provide students with fresh perspectives on their own cultural assumptions, traditions, and experiences. This course may also be used to fulfill a major requirement and/or one of the breadth requirements.

 

Students who matriculate as undergraduate degree candidates in August 2012 or later must select a course from the list below; students who matriculated as degree candidates prior to August 2012 can find the list of options from which they may choose on their academic requirements report. 

 

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
AMST 117 Exploring American History Through Biography 3
ANTH 233 Introduction to Jewish Folklore 3
ANTH 312 Ethnography of Southeast Asia 3
ANTH 349 Cultures of Latin America 3
ANTH 353 Chinese Culture and Society 3
ANTH 354 Health and Healing in East Asia 3
ARAB 337 Women in the Arab World 3
ARAB 349 The Arab World Experience 3
ARTH 101 Art History I: Pyramids to Pagodas 3
ARTH 102 Art History II: Michelangelo to Maya Lin 3
ARTH 203 The Arts of Asia 3
ARTH 208 Arts of Japan 3
ARTH 220 Jewish Traditional Art and Architecture 3
ARTH 226 Greek and Roman Sculpture 3
ARTH 230 Ancient Roman Art and Architecture 3
ARTH 241 Medieval Art 3
ARTH 249 The Global Middle Ages: From Paris to Baghdad 3
ARTH 260 Art in Early Modern Europe 3
ARTH 274 Nineteenth-Century European Art 3
ARTH 301 Museums and Globalization 3
ARTH 302 Buddhist Art in Asia 3
ARTH 307 Arts of China 3
ARTH 308 Daoism: Visual Culture, History and Practice 3
ARTH 311 Rome: City and Image 3
ARTH 325 Art at the Crossroads of Religion: Polytheistic, Christian, and Islamic Art in Antiquity 3
ARTH 327 The Parthenon Then and Now: New Discoveries, Old Problems and Reception 3
ARTH 329 Marvels of Rome: Monuments and Their Decoration in the Roman Empire 3
ARTH 342 Issues in Indian and Southeast Asia Art 3
ARTH 349 Gothic Art: Vision and Matter 3
ARTH 355 The Book in the Middle Ages: The Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Tradition 3
ARTH 358 Medieval Body 3
ARTH 359 Visual Culture of Medieval Women 3
ARTH 360 Renaissance Art in Northern Europe 3
ARTH 361 17th-Century Art in Belgium and The Netherlands 3
ARTH 362 Issues in Early Modern Southern European Art 3
ARTH 365 Issues in Early Modern Northern European Art 3
ARTH 382 Art, Eco-criticism, and the Environment 3
ARTH 383 Gender Issues in Feminist Art: The 20th/21st Century 3
ARTS 305 Study Abroad Paris Architecture: Design and Culture 3
ASIA 288 Imperial China: The Great Qing 3
ASIA 289 Reform, Revolution, Republics: China 1895 to Present 3
BETH 315A International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Women's Health in the Netherlands 3
BETH 315B International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Public Health in the Netherlands 3
BETH 315C International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Health Care Costa Rica 3
BETH 315D French Connections, A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics 3
BETH 315E International Bioethics: Policy and Practice--US and Spanish Perspectives, Salamanca Spain 3
BETH 315F Bioethics Thems as Expressed in Spanish and American Culture: Film, Television, and Literature 3
BETH 315G Death, Dying & Euthanasia: Netherlands & the USA 3
BETH 353 Hindu and Jain Bioethics 3
CHIN 240 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation 3
CHIN 250 Classical Chinese Literature in Translation 3
CHIN 320 Chinese Popular Culture 3
CHIN 330 Chinese Cinema 3
CHIN 380 Contemporary Chinese Texts I 3
CHIN 381 Contemporary Chinese Texts II 3
CHIN 399 Independent Study 1 - 3
CLSC 193 The Ancient World 3
CLSC 199 Athens: In Search of Socrates 3
CLSC 203 Gods and Heroes in Greek Literature 3
CLSC 204 Heroes and Hustlers in Latin Literature 3
CLSC 206 Ancient and Medieval Spain: Prehistory to 1492 3
CLSC 210 Byzantine World 300-1453 3
CLSC 220 Art & Literature in the Classical Tradition, Pt 1: Renaissance and Baroque (14th to 17th centuries) 3
CLSC 222 Classical Tradition 2: Birth of Archaeology 3
CLSC 226 Greek and Roman Sculpture 3
CLSC 231 Greek Civilization 3
CLSC 302 Ancient Greece: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic Periods 3
CLSC 304 Ancient Rome: Republic and Empire 3
CLSC 311 Rome: City and Image 3
CLSC 312 Women in the Ancient World 3
CLSC 314 The Poetics of Eros: Love Poetry from Sappho to Shakespeare and Beyond 3
CLSC 316 Greek Tragedy 3
CLSC 320 Departmental Seminar: Alexander the Great 3
CLSC 321 The Archaeology of Iron Age Italy and Sicily, ca. 1000-300 BCE 3
CLSC 322 Roman Drama and Theater 3
CLSC 323 Angels and Daimons: The Origins of Inspiration 3
CLSC 324 The Sublime and Grotesque in Literature 3
CLSC 325 Art at the Crossroads of Religion: Polytheistic, Christian, and Islamic Art in Antiquity 3
CLSC 326 Rome on Site: The Archaeology of the Eternal City 3
CLSC 327 The Parthenon Then and Now: New Discoveries, Old Problems and Reception 3
CLSC 329 Marvels of Rome: Monuments and Their Decoration in the Roman Empire 3
CLSC 331 Dante and the Classical Tradition: Middle Ages into Modernity 3
COGS 317 Cognitive Diversity 3
COGS 352 Language, Cognition, and Religion 3
DANC 121 Dance in Culture - Ethnic Forms 3
DANC 122 Dance in Culture - Theatrical Forms 3
EECS 342I Global Issues, Health, & Sustainability in India 3
ENGL 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
ENGL 328C Studies in 18th Century Capstone 3
ENGL 331C Studies in the Nineteenth Century Capstone 3
ENGL 343 Language and Gender 3
ENGL 345 Topics in LGBT Studies 3
ENGL 345C Topics in LGBT Studies Capstone 3
ENGL 363H African-American Literature 3
ENGL 365E The Immigrant Experience 3
ENGL 365N Topics in African-American Literature 3
ENGL 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
ENGL 366G Minority Literatures 3
ENGL 371 Topics in Women's and Gender Studies 3
ETHS 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
ETHS 220 The Early Modern Mediterranean 3
ETHS 224 The Many Faces of Contemporary U.S. Catholicism 3
ETHS 232 DESI: Diaspora, Ethnicity, Southasia(n), Interrogate 3
ETHS 234 France and Islam 3
ETHS 252A Introduction to African-American Studies 3
ETHS 252B Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3
ETHS 253A Introduction to Modern African History 3
ETHS 253B Introduction to Latin American History 3
ETHS 254 The Holocaust 3
ETHS 260 U.S. Slavery and Emancipation 3
ETHS 261 African-American History 1865-1945 3
ETHS 262 African-American History Since 1945 3
ETHS 265 Malcolm and Martin 3
ETHS 280 History of Modern Mexico 3
ETHS 287 State, War, Drugs, and Coffee in Colombia: History of Modern Colombia 3
ETHS 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
ETHS 316 African Political Thought 3
ETHS 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
ETHS 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
ETHS 337 Women in the Arab World 3
ETHS 339 Black Women and Religion 3
ETHS 340 A History of Workers in the United States 3
ETHS 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
ETHS 349 The Arab World Experience 3
ETHS 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
ETHS 358 Latin American Cinema 3
ETHS 362 Politics of Central Asia 3
ETHS 363H African-American Literature 3
ETHS 364 Dictatorship and Democracy in Modern Latin America 3
ETHS 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
ETHS 369 Current Controversies in Latin American Politics and Society 3
ETHS 393 Advanced Readings in the History of Race 3
FRCH 313 Medical French 3
FRCH 321 Twelfth to Sixteenth-Century French Literature 3
FRCH 337 Women in the Arab World 3
GRMN 303 German Culture & Civilization 3
GRMN 308 The Munich Experience: Spring Course/Summer Study Advanced Level 3
GRMN 313 Intro to German Literature 3
GRMN 320 Topics in Narrative 3
GRMN 326 Witches, Weddings, and Wolves 3
GRMN 330 Topics in German Cinema 3
GRMN 340 Topics in German Drama 3
GRMN 350 Topics in German Lyric 3
GRMN 360 Topics in Major German Authors 3
GRMN 367 German Classicism/Romanticism 3
GRMN 370 Topics in Literary Periods 3
GRMN 380 Topics in Advanced German Culture Studies 3
GRMN 395 Special Topics in German Literature 3
HSTY 108 Introduction to Early American History 3
HSTY 113 Introduction to Modern World History 3
HSTY 117 Exploring American History Through Biography 3
HSTY 132 Introduction to Modern East Asia 3
HSTY 135 Introduction to Modern African History 3
HSTY 136 Introduction to Latin American History 3
HSTY 137 Introduction to Modern South Asia 3
HSTY 138 Radical History in America 3
HSTY 157 Women's Histories in South Asia 3
HSTY 163 Modern Britain and Its Empire 3
HSTY 193 The Ancient World 3
HSTY 206 Ancient and Medieval Spain: Prehistory to 1492 3
HSTY 210 Byzantine World 300-1453 3
HSTY 211 The Medieval World, 300-1500 3
HSTY 215 Europe in the 20th Century 3
HSTY 216 Vikings and Medieval Scandinavia 3
HSTY 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
HSTY 219 Berlin in the Tumultuous 20th Century 3
HSTY 220 The Early Modern Mediterranean 3
HSTY 224 Early Modern Europe 3
HSTY 229 Asian Christianity: Historical Perspectives 3
HSTY 231 Greek Civilization 3
HSTY 232 Roman Civilization 3
HSTY 234 France and Islam 3
HSTY 235 Pirates in the Early Modern World 3
HSTY 241 Inventing Public Health 3
HSTY 246 People and the Land in Pre-Modern Europe 3
HSTY 249 The Global Middle Ages: From Paris to Baghdad 3
HSTY 252A Introduction to African-American Studies 3
HSTY 254 The Holocaust 3
HSTY 257 Immigrants in America 3
HSTY 259 Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3
HSTY 260 U.S. Slavery and Emancipation 3
HSTY 261 African-American History 1865-1945 3
HSTY 262 African-American History Since 1945 3
HSTY 266 Introduction to Asian American History 3
HSTY 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
HSTY 272 Sports in America: From Play to Profit 3
HSTY 278 Nineteenth-Century Europe 3
HSTY 280 History of Modern Mexico 3
HSTY 285 Modern Japan 3
HSTY 287 State, War, Drugs, and Coffee in Colombia: History of Modern Colombia 3
HSTY 288 Imperial China: The Great Qing 3
HSTY 289 Reform, Revolution, Republics: China 1895 to Present 3
HSTY 302 Ancient Greece: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic Periods 3
HSTY 303 History of the Early Church: First Through Fourth Centuries 3
HSTY 304 Ancient Rome: Republic and Empire 3
HSTY 309 Reformation Europe, 1500-1650 3
HSTY 315 Heresy and Dissidence in the Middle Ages 3
HSTY 319 The Crusades 3
HSTY 320 Departmental Seminar: Alexander the Great 3
HSTY 321 The Archaeology of Iron Age Italy and Sicily, ca. 1000-300 BCE 3
HSTY 324 Issues in Indian and Southeast Asian Art 3
HSTY 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
HSTY 327 Comparative Environmental History 3
HSTY 328 Comparative Perspectives on Museum and Archive History and Practice 3
HSTY 329 Museums and Globalization 3
HSTY 332 European International Relations 1789-1945 3
HSTY 333 Reading Capital: Political Economy in the Age of Modern Industry 3
HSTY 334 History of 19th Century Germany 3
HSTY 335 History of 20th Century Germany 3
HSTY 338 History of the American West 3
HSTY 339 The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1900-1948 3
HSTY 340 A History of Workers in the United States 3
HSTY 341 Jewish Urban History 3
HSTY 342 Water 3
HSTY 345 The European City 3
HSTY 346 Guns, Germs, and Steel 3
HSTY 353 Women in American History I 3
HSTY 354 Women in American History II 3
HSTY 363 Gender and Sexuality in America 3
HSTY 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
HSTY 373 Women and Medicine in the United States 3
HSTY 375 Advance Readings in Latin American History 3
HSTY 381 City as Classroom 3
HSTY 383 Readings in PRC History 3
HSTY 385 Readings in Society and Culture in Modern Chinese History 3
HSTY 387 Growing Up in America: 1607 - 2000 3
HSTY 389 History of Zionism 3
HSTY 393 Advanced Readings in the History of Race 3
JDST 208 Introduction to Western Religions 3
JDST 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
JDST 220 Jewish Traditional Art and Architecture 3
JDST 223 Religious Roots of Conflict in the Middle East 3
JDST 228 The Jewish Image in Popular Film 3
JDST 233 Introduction to Jewish Folklore 3
JDST 254 The Holocaust 3
JDST 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
JDST 341 Jewish Urban History 3
JDST 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
JDST 389 History of Zionism 3
MUED 305 World Music in Education 3
MUHI 310 Music Cultures of the World: Music of Asia and Africa 3
MUHI 312 History and Analysis of Rock and Roll 3
MUHI 313 American Popular Song to 1950 3
MUHI 314 Blues Histories and Cultures 3
MUHI 315 History of Jazz and American Popular Music 3
MUHI 320 Global Pop 3
MUHI 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
MUGN 212 History of Rock and Roll 3
MUGN 215 History and Styles of Jazz 3
PHIL 221 Indian Philosophy 3
PHIL 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
PHIL 316 African Political Thought 3
PHIL 325 Philosophy of Feminism 3
PHIL 356 Comparative Philosophy 3
POSC 160 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3
POSC 326 Constitutions in Practical Politics 3
POSC 342 Water 3
POSC 356 Transitions to Democracy and Dictatorship 3
POSC 360 Revolts and Revolutions in Global Perspective 3
POSC 361 State-Building and State Collapse 3
POSC 362 Politics of Central Asia 3
POSC 364 Dictatorship and Democracy in Modern Latin America 3
POSC 369 Current Controversies in Latin American Politics and Society 3
POSC 370D The Politics of China 3
POSC 370H China's Foreign Policy 3
POSC 377 Politics of Russia 3
POSC 379 Introduction to Middle East Politics 3
POSC 380B Uprising and Political Change in the Arab World 3
POSC 381 City as Classroom 3
RLGN 102 Introduction to the Study of Religion 3
RLGN 108 The History of Yoga: The Yoga of Transformation and the Transformation of Yoga 3
RLGN 205 Catholic Imagination: Global Perspectives 3
RLGN 208 Introduction to Western Religions 3
RLGN 214 Introduction to Islam 3
RLGN 217 Buddhism 3
RLGN 218 Faith and Politics in Islam 3
RLGN 219 Islam in America 3
RLGN 221 Indian Philosophy 3
RLGN 223 Religious Roots of Conflict in the Middle East 3
RLGN 224 The Many Faces of Contemporary U.S. Catholicism 3
RLGN 229 Asian Christianity: Historical Perspectives 3
RLGN 232 DESI: Diaspora, Ethnicity, Southasia(n), Interrogate 3
RLGN 238 Alternative Altars: Folk Religion in America 3
RLGN 254 The Holocaust 3
RLGN 260 Introduction to the Qur'an 3
RLGN 265 Malcolm and Martin 3
RLGN 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
RLGN 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
RLGN 308 Daoism: Visual Culture, History and Practice 3
RLGN 312 The Mythical Trickster 3
RLGN 315 Heresy and Dissidence in the Middle Ages 3
RLGN 319 The Crusades 3
RLGN 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
RLGN 352 Language, Cognition, and Religion 3
RLGN 353 Hindu and Jain Bioethics 3
RLGN 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
RLGN 373 History of the Early Church: First Through Fourth Centuries 3
RLGN 374 Reformation Europe, 1500-1650 3
RUSN 370 Special Topics in Russian 3
SASS 325 The Netherlands Social Justice: Health and Violence 3
SASS 375A International Travel & Study Abroad: Health, Human and Social Development in Urban & Rural Ecuador 3
SASS 375B International Travel & Study Abroad: Mental Health Issues & Practice Netherlands 3
SASS 375C International Travel & Study Abroad: Invisible Groups in a New Poland 3
SASS 375D International Travel & Study Abroad: Child Welfare in Guatemala 3
SASS 375E International Travel & Study Abroad: Microcredit, Microfinance, and Social Development in Bangladesh 3
SASS 375F Gender and Sexuality Justice: LGBTQ life in Contemporary Dutch Culture 3
SASS 375G Global Health and Social Development in India 3
SASS 375I Global Issues, Health, & Sustainability in India 3
SJUS 100 Introduction to Social Justice 3
SOCI 201 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
SOCI 326 Gender, Inequality, and Globalization 3
SOCI 328 Urban Sociology 3
SOCI 381 City as Classroom 3
SPAN 303 Latin American History through Art, Literature and Cinema 3
SPAN 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
SPAN 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
SPAN 334 Mexican Literature 3
SPAN 339 Latin American Poetic Revolt 3
SPAN 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
SPAN 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
SPAN 358 Latin American Cinema 3
WGST 201 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
WGST 257 Women's Histories in South Asia 3
WGST 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
WGST 312 Women in the Ancient World 3
WGST 315A International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Women's Health in the Netherlands 3
WGST 325 Philosophy of Feminism 3
WGST 326 Gender, Inequality, and Globalization 3
WGST 337 Women in the Arab World 3
WGST 343 Language and Gender 3
WGST 345 Topics in LGBT Studies 3
WGST 349 The Arab World Experience 3
WGST 353 Women in American History I 3
WGST 354 Women in American History II 3
WGST 359 Visual Culture of Medieval Women 3
WGST 363 Gender and Sexuality in America 3
WGST 373 Women and Medicine in the United States 3
WGST 383 Gender Issues in Feminist Art: The 20th/21st Century 3
WLIT 203 Gods and Heroes in Greek Literature 3
WLIT 204 Heroes and Hustlers in Latin Literature 3
WLIT 220 Art & Literature in the Classical Tradition, Pt 1: Renaissance and Baroque (14th to 17th centuries) 3
WLIT 222 Classical Tradition 2: Birth of Archaeology 3
WLIT 314 The Poetics of Eros: Love Poetry from Sappho to Shakespeare and Beyond 3
WLIT 316 Greek Tragedy 3
WLIT 322 Roman Drama and Theater 3
WLIT 323 Angels and Daimons: The Origins of Inspiration 3
WLIT 324 The Sublime and Grotesque in Literature 3
WLIT 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
WLIT 331 Dante and the Classical Tradition: Middle Ages into Modernity 3
WLIT 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
WLIT 339 Latin American Poetic Revolt 3
WLIT 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
WLIT 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
WLIT 358 Latin American Cinema 3
WLIT 363H African-American Literature 3
WLIT 365E The Immigrant Experience 3
WLIT 365N Topics in African-American Literature 3
WLIT 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
WLIT 366G Minority Literatures 3

 

Bachelor of Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degrees, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 120-133 credit-hours as specified by the requirements for each BS program.
  2. A minimum of 30 credit-hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.
  3. The General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences listed below. For some BS programs, the General Education Requirements of the College Arts and Sciences have been modified and incorporated into the degree requirements as presented in this bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.
  4. The requirements for a major field listed below as presented in this bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.
  5. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a candidate for a BS from the College of Arts and Sciences must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the credit-hours required for the major.

Major Concentrations for the Bachelor of Science degree:

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Art Education
  • Astronomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Geological Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Physics
  • Music Education
  • Nutrition
  • Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
  • Physics
  • Statistics
  • Systems Biology

General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences

These requirements provide a broad foundation for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs.

 

Students pursuing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences may not fulfill the Departmental Seminar requirement with a course that is being used to fulfill an Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, or Natural & Mathematical Sciences breadth requirement. A course that has been designated as a Departmental Seminar and that also falls into the Global and Cultural Diversity category may be used to fulfill both requirements.

 

Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy general education requirements.

 

Breadth Requirements (minimum of six 3- or 4-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 18 credit-hours)

NOTE: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

 

Arts and Humanities (6 - 8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

  • Arabic (ARAB)
  • Art History (ARTH)
  • Art Studio (ARTS)
  • Chinese (CHIN)
  • Classics (CLSC)
  • Dance (DANC)
  • English (ENGL)
  • French (FRCH)
  • German (GRMN)
  • Greek (GREK)
  • Hebrew (HBRW)
  • History (HSTY)
  • Italian (ITAL)
  • Japanese (JAPN)
  • Latin (LATN)
  • Music - General (MUGN)
  • Music - History (MUHI)
  • Music - Theory (MUTH)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Portuguese (PORT)
  • Religious Studies (RLGN)
  • Russian (RUSN)
  • Spanish (SPAN)
  • Theater (THTR)
  • World Literature (WLIT)

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (6 - 8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Natural and Mathematical Science courses selected from:

  • Astronomy (ASTR)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences (EEPS)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Nutrition (NTRN)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Statistics (STAT)

Social Sciences (6 credit-hours)

Two 3-credit-hour Social Science courses selected from:

  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Cognitive Science (COGS)
  • Communication Sciences (COSI)
  • Economics (ECON)
  • Political Science (POSC)
  • Psychology (PSCL)
  • Sociology (SOCI)

Quantitative Reasoning (3 - 4 credit-hours)

Each student must complete at least one 3- or 4-credit-hour course identified as a quantitative reasoning course selected from the list below. This course may also be used to fulfill a major, minor and/or breadth requirement.

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
ANTH 319 Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences 3
BIOL 321 Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments 3
EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java 3
ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming 3
MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I 4
MATH 123 Calculus I 4
MATH 125 Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I 4
MATH 150 Mathematics from a Mathematician's Perspective 3
PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3
PSCL 282 Quantitative Methods in Psychology 3
STAT 201 Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences 3
STAT 201R Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming 3

 

Global and Cultural Diversity (3 - 4 credit-hours)

The goal of the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement is to provide students with the opportunity for academic reflection about the variation in human experience. Courses that satisfy this requirement must (1) substantively explore one or more cultures outside the United States, or (2) address in a substantive way ethnic, gender, sexual, religious, or other cultural practices within the United States, so as to provide students with fresh perspectives on their own cultural assumptions, traditions, and experiences. This course may also be used to fulfill a major requirement and/or one of the breadth requirements.

 

Students who matriculate as undergraduate degree candidates in August 2012 or later must select a course from the list below; students who matriculated as degree candidates prior to August 2012 can find the list of options from which they may choose on their academic requirements report.

 

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
AMST 117 Exploring American History Through Biography 3
ANTH 233 Introduction to Jewish Folklore 3
ANTH 312 Ethnography of Southeast Asia 3
ANTH 349 Cultures of Latin America 3
ANTH 353 Chinese Culture and Society 3
ANTH 354 Health and Healing in East Asia 3
ARAB 337 Women in the Arab World 3
ARAB 349 The Arab World Experience 3
ARTH 101 Art History I: Pyramids to Pagodas 3
ARTH 102 Art History II: Michelangelo to Maya Lin 3
ARTH 203 The Arts of Asia 3
ARTH 208 Arts of Japan 3
ARTH 220 Jewish Traditional Art and Architecture 3
ARTH 226 Greek and Roman Sculpture 3
ARTH 230 Ancient Roman Art and Architecture 3
ARTH 241 Medieval Art 3
ARTH 249 The Global Middle Ages: From Paris to Baghdad 3
ARTH 260 Art in Early Modern Europe 3
ARTH 274 Nineteenth-Century European Art 3
ARTH 301 Museums and Globalization 3
ARTH 302 Buddhist Art in Asia 3
ARTH 307 Arts of China 3
ARTH 308 Daoism: Visual Culture, History and Practice 3
ARTH 311 Rome: City and Image 3
ARTH 325 Art at the Crossroads of Religion: Polytheistic, Christian, and Islamic Art in Antiquity 3
ARTH 327 The Parthenon Then and Now: New Discoveries, Old Problems and Reception 3
ARTH 329 Marvels of Rome: Monuments and Their Decoration in the Roman Empire 3
ARTH 342 Issues in Indian and Southeast Asia Art 3
ARTH 349 Gothic Art: Vision and Matter 3
ARTH 355 The Book in the Middle Ages: The Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Tradition 3
ARTH 358 Medieval Body 3
ARTH 359 Visual Culture of Medieval Women 3
ARTH 360 Renaissance Art in Northern Europe 3
ARTH 361 17th-Century Art in Belgium and The Netherlands 3
ARTH 362 Issues in Early Modern Southern European Art 3
ARTH 365 Issues in Early Modern Northern European Art 3
ARTH 382 Art, Eco-criticism, and the Environment 3
ARTH 383 Gender Issues in Feminist Art: The 20th/21st Century 3
ARTS 305 Study Abroad Paris Architecture: Design and Culture 3
ASIA 288 Imperial China: The Great Qing 3
ASIA 289 Reform, Revolution, Republics: China 1895 to Present 3
BETH 315A International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Women's Health in the Netherlands 3
BETH 315B International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Public Health in the Netherlands 3
BETH 315C International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Health Care Costa Rica 3
BETH 315D French Connections, A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics 3
BETH 315E International Bioethics: Policy and Practice--US and Spanish Perspectives, Salamanca Spain 3
BETH 315F Bioethics Thems as Expressed in Spanish and American Culture: Film, Television, and Literature 3
BETH 315G Death, Dying & Euthanasia: Netherlands & the USA 3
BETH 353 Hindu and Jain Bioethics 3
CHIN 240 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation 3
CHIN 250 Classical Chinese Literature in Translation 3
CHIN 320 Chinese Popular Culture 3
CHIN 330 Chinese Cinema 3
CHIN 380 Contemporary Chinese Texts I 3
CHIN 381 Contemporary Chinese Texts II 3
CHIN 399 Independent Study 1 - 3
CLSC 193 The Ancient World 3
CLSC 199 Athens: In Search of Socrates 3
CLSC 203 Gods and Heroes in Greek Literature 3
CLSC 204 Heroes and Hustlers in Latin Literature 3
CLSC 206 Ancient and Medieval Spain: Prehistory to 1492 3
CLSC 210 Byzantine World 300-1453 3
CLSC 220 Art & Literature in the Classical Tradition, Pt 1: Renaissance and Baroque (14th to 17th centuries) 3
CLSC 222 Classical Tradition 2: Birth of Archaeology 3
CLSC 226 Greek and Roman Sculpture 3
CLSC 231 Greek Civilization 3
CLSC 302 Ancient Greece: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic Periods 3
CLSC 304 Ancient Rome: Republic and Empire 3
CLSC 311 Rome: City and Image 3
CLSC 312 Women in the Ancient World 3
CLSC 314 The Poetics of Eros: Love Poetry from Sappho to Shakespeare and Beyond 3
CLSC 316 Greek Tragedy 3
CLSC 320 Departmental Seminar: Alexander the Great 3
CLSC 321 The Archaeology of Iron Age Italy and Sicily, ca. 1000-300 BCE 3
CLSC 322 Roman Drama and Theater 3
CLSC 323 Angels and Daimons: The Origins of Inspiration 3
CLSC 324 The Sublime and Grotesque in Literature 3
CLSC 325 Art at the Crossroads of Religion: Polytheistic, Christian, and Islamic Art in Antiquity 3
CLSC 326 Rome on Site: The Archaeology of the Eternal City 3
CLSC 327 The Parthenon Then and Now: New Discoveries, Old Problems and Reception 3
CLSC 329 Marvels of Rome: Monuments and Their Decoration in the Roman Empire 3
CLSC 331 Dante and the Classical Tradition: Middle Ages into Modernity 3
COGS 317 Cognitive Diversity 3
COGS 352 Language, Cognition, and Religion 3
DANC 121 Dance in Culture - Ethnic Forms 3
DANC 122 Dance in Culture - Theatrical Forms 3
EECS 342I Global Issues, Health, & Sustainability in India 3
ENGL 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
ENGL 328C Studies in 18th Century Capstone 3
ENGL 331C Studies in the Nineteenth Century Capstone 3
ENGL 343 Language and Gender 3
ENGL 345 Topics in LGBT Studies 3
ENGL 345C Topics in LGBT Studies Capstone 3
ENGL 363H African-American Literature 3
ENGL 365E The Immigrant Experience 3
ENGL 365N Topics in African-American Literature 3
ENGL 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
ENGL 366G Minority Literatures 3
ENGL 371 Topics in Women's and Gender Studies 3
ETHS 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
ETHS 220 The Early Modern Mediterranean 3
ETHS 224 The Many Faces of Contemporary U.S. Catholicism 3
ETHS 232 DESI: Diaspora, Ethnicity, Southasia(n), Interrogate 3
ETHS 234 France and Islam 3
ETHS 252A Introduction to African-American Studies 3
ETHS 252B Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3
ETHS 253A Introduction to Modern African History 3
ETHS 253B Introduction to Latin American History 3
ETHS 254 The Holocaust 3
ETHS 260 U.S. Slavery and Emancipation 3
ETHS 261 African-American History 1865-1945 3
ETHS 262 African-American History Since 1945 3
ETHS 265 Malcolm and Martin 3
ETHS 280 History of Modern Mexico 3
ETHS 287 State, War, Drugs, and Coffee in Colombia: History of Modern Colombia 3
ETHS 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
ETHS 316 African Political Thought 3
ETHS 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
ETHS 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
ETHS 337 Women in the Arab World 3
ETHS 339 Black Women and Religion 3
ETHS 340 A History of Workers in the United States 3
ETHS 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
ETHS 349 The Arab World Experience 3
ETHS 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
ETHS 358 Latin American Cinema 3
ETHS 362 Politics of Central Asia 3
ETHS 363H African-American Literature 3
ETHS 364 Dictatorship and Democracy in Modern Latin America 3
ETHS 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
ETHS 369 Current Controversies in Latin American Politics and Society 3
ETHS 393 Advanced Readings in the History of Race 3
FRCH 313 Medical French 3
FRCH 321 Twelfth to Sixteenth-Century French Literature 3
FRCH 337 Women in the Arab World 3
GRMN 303 German Culture & Civilization 3
GRMN 308 The Munich Experience: Spring Course/Summer Study Advanced Level 3
GRMN 313 Intro to German Literature 3
GRMN 320 Topics in Narrative 3
GRMN 326 Witches, Weddings, and Wolves 3
GRMN 330 Topics in German Cinema 3
GRMN 340 Topics in German Drama 3
GRMN 350 Topics in German Lyric 3
GRMN 360 Topics in Major German Authors 3
GRMN 367 German Classicism/Romanticism 3
GRMN 370 Topics in Literary Periods 3
GRMN 380 Topics in Advanced German Culture Studies 3
GRMN 395 Special Topics in German Literature 3
HSTY 108 Introduction to Early American History 3
HSTY 113 Introduction to Modern World History 3
HSTY 117 Exploring American History Through Biography 3
HSTY 132 Introduction to Modern East Asia 3
HSTY 135 Introduction to Modern African History 3
HSTY 136 Introduction to Latin American History 3
HSTY 137 Introduction to Modern South Asia 3
HSTY 138 Radical History in America 3
HSTY 157 Women's Histories in South Asia 3
HSTY 163 Modern Britain and Its Empire 3
HSTY 193 The Ancient World 3
HSTY 206 Ancient and Medieval Spain: Prehistory to 1492 3
HSTY 210 Byzantine World 300-1453 3
HSTY 211 The Medieval World, 300-1500 3
HSTY 215 Europe in the 20th Century 3
HSTY 216 Vikings and Medieval Scandinavia 3
HSTY 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
HSTY 219 Berlin in the Tumultuous 20th Century 3
HSTY 220 The Early Modern Mediterranean 3
HSTY 224 Early Modern Europe 3
HSTY 229 Asian Christianity: Historical Perspectives 3
HSTY 231 Greek Civilization 3
HSTY 232 Roman Civilization 3
HSTY 234 France and Islam 3
HSTY 235 Pirates in the Early Modern World 3
HSTY 241 Inventing Public Health 3
HSTY 246 People and the Land in Pre-Modern Europe 3
HSTY 249 The Global Middle Ages: From Paris to Baghdad 3
HSTY 252A Introduction to African-American Studies 3
HSTY 254 The Holocaust 3
HSTY 257 Immigrants in America 3
HSTY 259 Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3
HSTY 260 U.S. Slavery and Emancipation 3
HSTY 261 African-American History 1865-1945 3
HSTY 262 African-American History Since 1945 3
HSTY 266 Introduction to Asian American History 3
HSTY 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
HSTY 272 Sports in America: From Play to Profit 3
HSTY 278 Nineteenth-Century Europe 3
HSTY 280 History of Modern Mexico 3
HSTY 285 Modern Japan 3
HSTY 287 State, War, Drugs, and Coffee in Colombia: History of Modern Colombia 3
HSTY 288 Imperial China: The Great Qing 3
HSTY 289 Reform, Revolution, Republics: China 1895 to Present 3
HSTY 302 Ancient Greece: Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic Periods 3
HSTY 303 History of the Early Church: First Through Fourth Centuries 3
HSTY 304 Ancient Rome: Republic and Empire 3
HSTY 309 Reformation Europe, 1500-1650 3
HSTY 315 Heresy and Dissidence in the Middle Ages 3
HSTY 319 The Crusades 3
HSTY 320 Departmental Seminar: Alexander the Great 3
HSTY 321 The Archaeology of Iron Age Italy and Sicily, ca. 1000-300 BCE 3
HSTY 324 Issues in Indian and Southeast Asian Art 3
HSTY 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
HSTY 327 Comparative Environmental History 3
HSTY 328 Comparative Perspectives on Museum and Archive History and Practice 3
HSTY 329 Museums and Globalization 3
HSTY 332 European International Relations 1789-1945 3
HSTY 333 Reading Capital: Political Economy in the Age of Modern Industry 3
HSTY 334 History of 19th Century Germany 3
HSTY 335 History of 20th Century Germany 3
HSTY 338 History of the American West 3
HSTY 339 The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1900-1948 3
HSTY 340 A History of Workers in the United States 3
HSTY 341 Jewish Urban History 3
HSTY 342 Water 3
HSTY 345 The European City 3
HSTY 346 Guns, Germs, and Steel 3
HSTY 353 Women in American History I 3
HSTY 354 Women in American History II 3
HSTY 363 Gender and Sexuality in America 3
HSTY 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
HSTY 373 Women and Medicine in the United States 3
HSTY 375 Advance Readings in Latin American History 3
HSTY 381 City as Classroom 3
HSTY 383 Readings in PRC History 3
HSTY 385 Readings in Society and Culture in Modern Chinese History 3
HSTY 387 Growing Up in America: 1607 - 2000 3
HSTY 389 History of Zionism 3
HSTY 393 Advanced Readings in the History of Race 3
JDST 208 Introduction to Western Religions 3
JDST 218 Jews in Early Modern Europe 3
JDST 220 Jewish Traditional Art and Architecture 3
JDST 223 Religious Roots of Conflict in the Middle East 3
JDST 228 The Jewish Image in Popular Film 3
JDST 233 Introduction to Jewish Folklore 3
JDST 254 The Holocaust 3
JDST 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
JDST 341 Jewish Urban History 3
JDST 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
JDST 389 History of Zionism 3
MUED 305 World Music in Education 3
MUHI 310 Music Cultures of the World: Music of Asia and Africa 3
MUHI 312 History and Analysis of Rock and Roll 3
MUHI 313 American Popular Song to 1950 3
MUHI 314 Blues Histories and Cultures 3
MUHI 315 History of Jazz and American Popular Music 3
MUHI 320 Global Pop 3
MUHI 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
MUGN 212 History of Rock and Roll 3
MUGN 215 History and Styles of Jazz 3
PHIL 221 Indian Philosophy 3
PHIL 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
PHIL 316 African Political Thought 3
PHIL 325 Philosophy of Feminism 3
PHIL 356 Comparative Philosophy 3
POSC 160 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3
POSC 326 Constitutions in Practical Politics 3
POSC 342 Water 3
POSC 356 Transitions to Democracy and Dictatorship 3
POSC 360 Revolts and Revolutions in Global Perspective 3
POSC 361 State-Building and State Collapse 3
POSC 362 Politics of Central Asia 3
POSC 364 Dictatorship and Democracy in Modern Latin America 3
POSC 369 Current Controversies in Latin American Politics and Society 3
POSC 370D The Politics of China 3
POSC 370H China's Foreign Policy 3
POSC 377 Politics of Russia 3
POSC 379 Introduction to Middle East Politics 3
POSC 380B Uprising and Political Change in the Arab World 3
POSC 381 City as Classroom 3
RLGN 102 Introduction to the Study of Religion 3
RLGN 108 The History of Yoga: The Yoga of Transformation and the Transformation of Yoga 3
RLGN 205 Catholic Imagination: Global Perspectives 3
RLGN 208 Introduction to Western Religions 3
RLGN 214 Introduction to Islam 3
RLGN 217 Buddhism 3
RLGN 218 Faith and Politics in Islam 3
RLGN 219 Islam in America 3
RLGN 221 Indian Philosophy 3
RLGN 223 Religious Roots of Conflict in the Middle East 3
RLGN 224 The Many Faces of Contemporary U.S. Catholicism 3
RLGN 229 Asian Christianity: Historical Perspectives 3
RLGN 232 DESI: Diaspora, Ethnicity, Southasia(n), Interrogate 3
RLGN 238 Alternative Altars: Folk Religion in America 3
RLGN 254 The Holocaust 3
RLGN 260 Introduction to the Qur'an 3
RLGN 265 Malcolm and Martin 3
RLGN 270 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
RLGN 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
RLGN 308 Daoism: Visual Culture, History and Practice 3
RLGN 312 The Mythical Trickster 3
RLGN 315 Heresy and Dissidence in the Middle Ages 3
RLGN 319 The Crusades 3
RLGN 326 The Holocaust and the Arts 3
RLGN 352 Language, Cognition, and Religion 3
RLGN 353 Hindu and Jain Bioethics 3
RLGN 371 Jews under Islam and Christianity 3
RLGN 373 History of the Early Church: First Through Fourth Centuries 3
RLGN 374 Reformation Europe, 1500-1650 3
RUSN 370 Special Topics in Russian 3
SASS 325 The Netherlands Social Justice: Health and Violence 3
SASS 375A International Travel & Study Abroad: Health, Human and Social Development in Urban & Rural Ecuador 3
SASS 375B International Travel & Study Abroad: Mental Health Issues & Practice Netherlands 3
SASS 375C International Travel & Study Abroad: Invisible Groups in a New Poland 3
SASS 375D International Travel & Study Abroad: Child Welfare in Guatemala 3
SASS 375E International Travel & Study Abroad: Microcredit, Microfinance, and Social Development in Bangladesh 3
SASS 375F Gender and Sexuality Justice: LGBTQ life in Contemporary Dutch Culture 3
SASS 375G Global Health and Social Development in India 3
SASS 375I Global Issues, Health, & Sustainability in India 3
SJUS 100 Introduction to Social Justice 3
SOCI 201 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
SOCI 326 Gender, Inequality, and Globalization 3
SOCI 328 Urban Sociology 3
SOCI 381 City as Classroom 3
SPAN 303 Latin American History through Art, Literature and Cinema 3
SPAN 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
SPAN 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
SPAN 334 Mexican Literature 3
SPAN 339 Latin American Poetic Revolt 3
SPAN 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
SPAN 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
SPAN 358 Latin American Cinema 3
WGST 201 Introduction to Gender Studies 3
WGST 257 Women's Histories in South Asia 3
WGST 304 Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film 3
WGST 312 Women in the Ancient World 3
WGST 315A International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Women's Health in the Netherlands 3
WGST 325 Philosophy of Feminism 3
WGST 326 Gender, Inequality, and Globalization 3
WGST 337 Women in the Arab World 3
WGST 343 Language and Gender 3
WGST 345 Topics in LGBT Studies 3
WGST 349 The Arab World Experience 3
WGST 353 Women in American History I 3
WGST 354 Women in American History II 3
WGST 359 Visual Culture of Medieval Women 3
WGST 363 Gender and Sexuality in America 3
WGST 373 Women and Medicine in the United States 3
WGST 383 Gender Issues in Feminist Art: The 20th/21st Century 3
WLIT 203 Gods and Heroes in Greek Literature 3
WLIT 204 Heroes and Hustlers in Latin Literature 3
WLIT 220 Art & Literature in the Classical Tradition, Pt 1: Renaissance and Baroque (14th to 17th centuries) 3
WLIT 222 Classical Tradition 2: Birth of Archaeology 3
WLIT 314 The Poetics of Eros: Love Poetry from Sappho to Shakespeare and Beyond 3
WLIT 316 Greek Tragedy 3
WLIT 322 Roman Drama and Theater 3
WLIT 323 Angels and Daimons: The Origins of Inspiration 3
WLIT 324 The Sublime and Grotesque in Literature 3
WLIT 325 Hispanic Intellectuals and Society: A Critical Approach 3
WLIT 331 Dante and the Classical Tradition: Middle Ages into Modernity 3
WLIT 333 Contemporary Caribbean Literature 3
WLIT 339 Latin American Poetic Revolt 3
WLIT 343 The New Drama in Latin American 3
WLIT 356 Afro-Hispanic Literature 3
WLIT 358 Latin American Cinema 3
WLIT 363H African-American Literature 3
WLIT 365E The Immigrant Experience 3
WLIT 365N Topics in African-American Literature 3
WLIT 365Q Post-Colonial Literature 3
WLIT 366G Minority Literatures 3

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degree | Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 128-133 credit-hours as specified by the requirements for each BSE program.
  2. The General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering listed below.
  3. The requirements for the specific engineering major listed below as presented in the Bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.

    Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Case School of Engineering will complete ENGR 398 and ENGL 398 to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete an engineering senior project in their major to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement. 

 

Major Fields Available for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Physics
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Polymer Science and Engineering
  • Systems and Control Engineering
  • Engineering (undesignated)

 

With the exception of the undesignated major in engineering, all of the engineering programs listed above are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

 

General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering

These requirements provide a foundation in mathematics and sciences for programs in engineering leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The CSE general education requirements are also designed to develop communication skills and to provide a body of work in the humanities and social sciences. Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy Case School of Engineering general education requirements.

 

Mathematics, Sciences, and Engineering Requirements (44 credit-hours)

 

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
Mathematics, Science, and Engineering Requirements   14
MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I  
or MATH 123 Calculus I  
MATH 122 Calculus for Science and Engineering II  
or MATH 124 Calculus II  
MATH 223 Calculus for Science and Engineering III  
or MATH 227 Calculus III  
MATH 224 Elementary Differential Equations  
or MATH 228 Differential Equations  
Chemistry *   4
CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry for Engineers  
Physics   8
PHYS 121 General Physics I - Mechanics  
or PHYS 123 Physics and Frontiers I - Mechanics  
PHYS 122 General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism  
or PHYS 124 Physics and Frontiers II - Electricity and Magnetism  
Engineering   18
ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming  
or EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java  
ENGR 145 Chemistry of Materials  
ENGR 200 Statics and Strength of Materials  
ENGR 210 Introduction to Circuits and Instrumentation  
ENGR 225 Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer **  
Total Units   44
* NOTE: The Chemistry-Materials course sequences CHEM 105- CHEM 106-ENGR 145 or AP/IB credit in chemistry- ENGR 145, or CHEM 105-CHEM 106-EMAC 276 may substitute for the sequence CHEM 111-ENGR 145.
** Students pursuing a Polymer Science and Engineering major or the Biomaterials concentration in the Biomedical Engineering major may substitute EMAC 351 and EMAC 352 for ENGR 225.

Natural Sciences, Mathematics, or Statistics Requirement (3 credit-hours)

Course designated by major department.

 

 

Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit-hours)

 

Course ID: Course Title: Credits:
ENGL 398 Professional Communication for Engineers 2
ENGR 398 Professional Communication for Engineers 1
Twelve credit-hours comprised of 3 or 4 credit-hour courses *   12
Total Units   15
* Humanities: Arabic (ARAB), Art History (ARTH), Art Studio (ARTS), Chinese (CHIN), Classics (CLSC), Dance (DANC), English (ENGL), French (FRCH), German (GRMN), Greek (GREK), Hebrew (HBRW), History (HSTY), Italian (ITAL), Japanese (JAPN), Latin (LATN), Music - General (MUGN), Music - History (MUHI), Music - Theory (MUTH), Philosophy (PHIL), Portuguese (PORT), Religious Studies (RLGN), Russian (RUSN), Spanish (SPAN), Theater (THTR), World Literature (WLIT) and/or Social Sciences: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI), and/or Other Courses that Meet this Requirement for CSE Degree Candidates:  Applied Social Sciences (SASS), Bioethics (BETH)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 129 credit-hours.
  2. The General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering as modified for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree listed below.
  3. The requirements for the computer science Bachelor of Science major as presented in the Bulletin.

 

Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Case School of Engineering will complete ENGR 398 and ENGL 398 to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete an engineering senior project in their major to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement.

 

General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering, modified for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree

 

These requirements provide a foundation in mathematics and sciences for the Bachelor of Science program in computer science. The CSE general education requirements are also designed to develop communication skills and to provide a body of work in the humanities and social sciences.

 

Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy Case School of Engineering general education requirements.

 

Mathematics, Sciences, and Engineering Requirements (33 credit-hours)

 

Course ID:Course Title:Total Credits:
Mathematics, Science, and Engineering Requirements14
MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I  
or MATH 123 Calculus I  
MATH 122 Calculus for Science and Engineering II  
or MATH 124 Calculus II
MATH 223 Calculus for Science and Engineering III  
or MATH 227 Calculus III
MATH 224 Elementary Differential Equations  
or MATH 228 Differential Equations
Chemistry *4
CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry for Engineers  
Physics8
PHYS 121 General Physics I - Mechanics  
or PHYS 123 Physics and Frontiers I - Mechanics
PHYS 122 General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism  
or PHYS 124 Physics and Frontiers II - Electricity and Magnetism
Engineering7
EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java
ENGR 145 Chemistry of Materials  
     
Total Units 33

 

* NOTE: The Chemistry-Materials course sequences CHEM 105- CHEM 106-ENGR 145 or AP/IB credit in chemistry- ENGR 145, or CHEM 105-CHEM 106-EMAC 276 may substitute for the sequence CHEM 111-ENGR 145.

 

Natural Sciences, Mathematics, or Statistics Requirement (3 credit-hours)

 

Course designated by major department.

 

Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit-hours)

 

Course ID:Course Title:Credits:
ENGL 398 Professional Communication for Engineers 2
ENGR 398 Professional Communication for Engineers 1
Twelve credit-hours comprised of 3 or 4 credit-hour courses * 12
Total Units 15

 

* Humanities: Arabic (ARAB), Art History (ARTH), Art Studio (ARTS), Chinese (CHIN), Classics (CLSC), Dance (DANC), English (ENGL), French (FRCH), German (GRMN), Greek (GREK), Hebrew (HBRW), History (HSTY), Italian (ITAL), Japanese (JAPN), Latin (LATN), Music - General (MUGN), Music - History (MUHI), Music - Theory  (MUTH), Philosophy (PHIL), Portuguese (PORT), Religious Studies (RLGN), Russian (RUSN), Spanish (SPAN), Theater (THTR), World Literature (WLIT) 

and/or

Social Sciences: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI),

and/or

Other Courses that Meet this Requirement for CSE Degree Candidates:  Applied Social Sciences (SASS), Bioethics (BETH)

Bachelor of Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Accounting and the Bachelor of Science in Management degrees, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 122 credit-hours.

  2. The General Education Requirements of the Weatherhead School of Management listed below.

  3. The requirements for a major in accounting or management as presented in the Bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.

  4. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a candidate for a BS from the Weatherhead School of Management must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the hours required for the major.

  5. A minimum of 30 credit-hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.

Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Weatherhead School of Management will complete three one-credit-hour MGMT 395 seminars to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement.

 

Majors Available for the Bachelor of Science in Management degree:

  • Business Management

  • Finance

  • Marketing

  • Dean's Approved Major*

*Any student interested in developing a major of his or her own design for the BS in Management should consult with the Office of Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs in the Weatherhead School of Management.

 

General Education Requirements of the Weatherhead School of Management (minimum of eight 3- or 4 credit-hour courses, totaling at least 26 credit-hours)

These requirements provide a broad educational foundation for programs in accounting and management, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree.

 

Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer credit may be used to satisfy Weatherhead School of Management general education requirements.

 

NOTE: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

 

Arts and Humanities (6-8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

  • Arabic (ARAB)

  • Art History (ARTH)

  • Art Studio (ARTS)

  • Chinese (CHIN)

  • Classics (CLSC)

  • Dance (DANC)

  • English (ENGL)

  • French (FRCH)

  • German (GRMN)

  • Greek (GREK)

  • Hebrew (HBRW)

  • History (HSTY)

  • Italian (ITAL)

  • Japanese (JAPN)

  • Latin (LATN)

  • Music - General (MUGN)

  • Music - History (MUHI)

  • Music - Theory (MUTH)

  • Philosophy (PHIL)

  • Portuguese (PORT)

  • Religion (RLGN)

  • Russian (RUSN)

  • Spanish (SPAN)

  • Theater (THTR)

  • World Literature (WLIT)

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (14-16 credit-hours)

Course ID:

Course Title:

Credits:

MATH 125

Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I

4

MATH 126

Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci II

4

Two Natural Sciences courses *

 

6

Total Units

 

14

*

Any two 3- or 4-credit-hour Natural Science courses selected from: Astronomy (ASTR), Biochemistry (BIOC), Biology (BIOL), Chemistry (CHEM), Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (EEPS), Nutrition (NTRN), Physics (PHYS)

Social Sciences (6 credit-hours)

Any two 3-semester hour Social Science courses except ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics* or ECON 103 Principles of Macroeconomics* selected from: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI).

 

* ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 103 Principles of Macroeconomics are included in Accounting and Management major requirements.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 126 credit-hours

  2. The General Education Requirements of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing listed below.

  3. The requirements for the major in nursing as presented in the Bulletin.

  4. For all courses specifically required for the major in nursing, a minimum grade of C.

Note that most Nursing students will complete NURS 320 Theoretical and Evidence Bases for Best Practice in Nursing to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete NURS 373 Global Health Practicum to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement. Also, most Nursing students will complete NURS 277 upon matriculation to count as a half-semester of Physical Education credit; this course may be used again two years later for a second half-semester.

 

General Education Requirements of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing (minimum of ten 3- or 4-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 30 credit-hours)

These requirements provide a broad educational foundation for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

 

Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer credit may be used to satisfy School of Nursing general education requirements.

 

Arts and Humanities(6 - 8 credit-hours)

Two 3- or 4-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

  • Arabic (ARAB)

  • Art History (ARTH)

  • Art Studio (ARTS)

  • Chinese (CHIN)

  • Classics (CLSC)

  • Dance (DANC)

  • English (ENGL)

  • French (FRCH)

  • German (GRMN)

  • Greek (GREK)

  • Hebrew (HBRW)

  • History (HSTY)

  • Italian (ITAL)

  • Japanese (JAPN)

  • Latin (LATN)

  • Music - General (MUGN)

  • Music - History (MUHI)

  • Music - Theory (MUTH)

  • Philosophy (PHIL)

  • Portuguese (PORT)

  • Religious Studies (RLGN)

  • Russian (RUSN)

  • Spanish (SPAN)

  • Theater (THTR)

  • World Literature (WLIT)

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (18 credit-hours)

Course ID:

Course Title:

Credits:

Mathematical Reasoning and Analysis *

 

3

ANTH 319

Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences

 

PSCL 282

Quantitative Methods in Psychology

 

STAT 201

Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences

 

or STAT 201R

Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming

 

Natural Sciences

 

15

BIOL 114

Principles of Biology

 

BIOL 116

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology I

 

BIOL 117

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology II

 

CHEM 119

Concepts for a Molecular View of Biology I

 

CHEM 121

Concepts for a Molecular View of Biology II

 

Total Units

 

18

*

Students choose one of these three courses. A student who successfully completes any one of these courses is not eligible to enroll in or receive credit for either of the other two.

Social Sciences

Course ID:

Course Title:Credits:

SOCI 203

Human Development: Medical and Social *

3

Social Science course **

 

3

Total Units

 

6

*

or approved course in human growth and development  

**

Any 3-credit-hour course selected from: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI)