Courses count as an Issues course beginning Fall 2013.
- You can choose 2 Issues courses, or 1 Issues course and 1Themes course, or 2 Themes courses.
- You must choose 2 courses from 2 different disciplines. Only 1 course can be taken at the 100 or 200 level.
- If a course is cross-listed in two disciplines, your second course must be taken from a third discipline.
- Issues courses must be taken at GVSU.
- Issues courses have a junior standing prerequisite.
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AAA 305 - Perspectives on the Black Arts Movement
AAA/ENG 337 - Contemporary Black Literature
AAA/PLS 319 - African Politics
AAA/WGS 352 - Black Women's Histories and Cultures
AHS 340 - Health Care Management
ANT 315 - Comparative Religions
ANT 340 - Culture and Environment
ANT 345 - Perspectives on Globalization
ART 335 - Digital Media, Creativity, and Technology
ART 391 - Civic Studio
ART 392 - Curatorial Studio
BIO 311 - Who's Running Your Life: Genes, Evolution and Behavior
BIO 328 - Biomedical Ethics
BIO 329 - Evolution of Social Behavior
CIS 358 - Information Assurance
CJ 325 - Criminal Justice and Human Rights
CLA 365 - Stoicism, Identity and the Happy Life
CLA 367 - Thinking Like a (Roman) Lawyer
COM 438 - Communication Ethics
ECO 365 - Comparative Economic Systems
EGR 406 - Renewable Energy Systems; Structure, Policy and Analysis
GEO 360 - Earth Resources in Transition: Conventional to Sustainable
GPY 354 - Geography of Asia
GPY 362 - Farmers, Crops and Our Challenging Agricultural World
GPY/MKY 365 - GIS for Economic and Business Decision Making
HST 322 - American Identity and Sports
HST 378 - Contesting Human Rights
HTM 368 - Geotourism
LIB 320 - Voices of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
LIB 325 - LGBTQ Identities
LIB 335 - Sacred Texts - Global Contexts
LIB 341 - Leadership for Social Change
LS/WGS 370 - Women and the Law
MOV 350 - The Obesogenic Environment
NRM 451 - Natural Resource Policy
PHI 300 - Theories of Human Nature
PHI 320 - Social and Political Philosophy: Liberty and Justice
PHI 325 - Ethics in Professional Life
PHI 370 - Sex Matters: Feminist Philosophy in the Contemporary World
PLS 301 - Poverty, Inequality, and U.S. Public Policy
PLS/ENS 303 - Introduction to U.S. Environmental Policy
STA 340 - Statistics in the Media
WRT 354 - Writing in the Global Context: Culture, Technology, and Language Practices