Program Courses

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) can fulfill either the “Before 1900” or the “After 1900” requirement. They cannot, however, do double duty. That is, the student must select which of the time periods the course will be credited to.

Note: all listed Glendon (GL) courses are in English except those marked FR.

1. Literature

Before 1900

AP/EN 2230 6.00* Introduction to American Literature
AP/EN 2231 6.00* African American Literature
AP/EN 3310 6.00* Poetry of the United States
AP/EN 3315 6.00*
AP/EN 3320 6.00
AP/EN 3321 6.00*
AP/EN 3390 6.00*
AP/EN 4331 3.00
AP/EN 4332 3.00 Edgar Allan Poe (SU)
AP/EN 4332 3.00 Edgar Allan Poe (F)
AP/EN 4333 3.00
AP/EN 4335 3.00
AP/EN 4370 3.00/6.00*
AP/MIST 3538 6.00
AP/HUMA 3538 6.00
GL/EN 3470 6.00

After 1900

AP/EN 2306 3.00
AP/EN 2307 3.00
AP/EN 3322 6.00
AP/EN 3323 3.00 American Literature: 21st Century (W)
AP/EN 4191 3.00 Studies in the Literature of the United States: Contemporary Women Writers (W)
AP/EN 4341 3.00
AP/EN 4350 6.00
AP/EN 4352 3.00 F. Scott Fitzgerald (W)
AP/EN 4371 3.00 Contemporary American Drama (F)
AP/EN 4384 3.00 20th Century American Humor (F)
AP/EN 4390 6.00 Contemporary American Gothic

2. History, political science, sociology, communications, or social science

Before 1900

AP/HIST 1005 6.00*
AP/HIST 1080 6.00* Growing Up in North America
AP/HIST 1083 6.00* Mass Media and Popular Culture in the Americas, 1820-1980
AP/HIST 2600 6.00* United States History
AP/HIST 3622 3.00 The U.S. Civil War in American History and Public Memory (W)
AP/HIST 3625 3.00*
AP/HIST 3630 6.00*
AP/HIST 3660 3.00
AP/HIST 3692 6.00 The United States in the World
AP/HIST 4055 3.00* God/U.S.A.: Religion in America Since 1491 (F)
AP/HIST 4065 6.00* Indigenous Histories: Culture, Genocide, and Survival in the American West
AP/HIST 4670 6.00*
AP/HIST 4699 6.00
AP/POLS 3400 3.00
AP/POLS 3540 3.00 American Government and Politics (F)
AP/POLS 3545 3.00
AP/POLS 4270 3.00 United States Foreign Policy (W)
AP/POLS 4470 3.00 Working Class Politics in Capitalist Democracies (W)
AP/POLS 4545 3.00 Approaches to American Politics (W)
AP/POLS 4546 3.00 Politics, Society and Democracy in the United States (W)
AP/SOCI 4050 6.00*
GL/HIST 2570 6.00*
GL/HIST 2570 6.00 FR*
GL/HIST 2651 6.00* The History of the United States from the Colonial Foundations to the Present
GL/HIST 3317 3.00
GL/HIST 3220 6.00
GL/HIST 3310 3.00 FR
GL/HIST 3315 3.00 FR*
GL/HIST 3345 3.00*
GL/HIST 3347 3.00*
GL/HIST 3622 6.00 The Americas and Asia: Contact and Conflict in the Transpacific World
GL/HIST 3635 6.00*
GL/HIST 3671 6.00*
GL/POLS 3230 6.00* Government and Politics of the United States

After 1900

AP/COMN 3315 6.00*
AP/COMN 3700 3.00 Advertising: The Growth of a Twentieth Belief System (F)
AP/COMN 3701 3.00 Advertising, Culture and Society (W)
AP/COMN 3750 3.00 Television as Communication (F)
AP/COMN 3751 3.00 Television as Culture (SU)
AP/COMN 3751 3.00 Television as Culture (W)
AP/HIST 3625 3.00
AP/HIST 3670 3.00
AP/HIST 3691 3.00 America's Cold War (S1)
AP/HIST 3692 6.00 The United States in the World
AP/HIST 4061 6.00
AP/HIST 4640 6.00
AP/HIST 4699 6.00
AP/HIST 4800 6.00
AP/POLS 3400 3.00
AP/POLS 3540 3.00 American Government and Politics (F)
AP/POLS 3545 3.00
AP/POLS 4270 3.00 United States Foreign Policy (W)
AP/POLS 4470 3.00 Working Class Politics in Capitalist Democracies (W)
AP/POLS 4545 3.00 Approaches to American Politics (W)
AP/POLS 4546 3.00 Politics, Society and Democracy in the United States (W)
AP/SOCI 4440 6.00 Racialization and the Law (Y & W)
AP/SOSC 3240 3.00 Labor and Globalization I: North American Perspectives (F)
GL/HIST 3340 6.00
GL/POLS 4610 6.00

3. Humanities, music, dance, film, art

Before 1900

AP/CLTR 3610 6.00* Popular Expression in North American Music
AP/HUMA 1300 9.00* The Cultures of Resistance in the Americas: The African American
Experience
AP/HUMA 2320 9.00* Ideas of America: The Cultures of North America (SU)
AP/HUMA 3538 6.00* Comparative Issues in Canadian and American Native Literature (SU)
AP/HUMA 3661 3.00
AP/HUMA 3661 6.00
FA/VISA 2750 6.00
FA/VISA 3350A 3.00*
GS/MUSI 5190 3.00* African-American Traditional Music (F)

After 1900

AP/CH 3810 3.00 Chinese-American Diasporic Literature (F)
AP/HUMA 3903 6.00 Popular Expression in North American Music
AP/HUMA 3316 3.00
AP/HUMA 3661 3.00
AP/HUMA 3661 6.00
FA/FILM 1701 3.00 Hollywood: Old and New (W)
FA/FILM 3210 3.00
FA/FILM 3211 3.00
FA/FILM 3420A 3.00 Studies in Genre: The Rise and Fall of the Hollywood Musical (F)
FA/FILM 3420D 3.00
FA/FILM 3420E 3.00 Studies in Genre: The Science Fiction Film (W)
FA/MUSI 1046 3.00
FA/MUSI 3350 3.00 Music of the Americas (W)
FA/MUSI 3510 3.00 African-American Popular Music (F)
FA/VISA 3610 3.00
FA/VISA 3310 3.00