Cleveland State University

Transfer Module: Curricular Affairs

Complete List of (TM) Courses

(Based on GenEd08)
(note: credit hours in parentheses after each course title)

(Updated/Effective: Fall 2008)

English
  • ENG 100 Intensive College Writing or ENG 101 College Writing I
  • ENG 102 College Writing II
    or one of these equivalent courses:
    • ENG 102H Honors College Writing II
    • ESC 102 Technical Writing & Professional Communication Effective Spring 2009
    • MCE 102 Technical Writing & Professional Communication Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
    • MUS 113 Writing about Music
    • UST 102 Professional Writing
    or one of these alternate courses (student must earn an "A" in ENG 100 or ENG 101 to use an alternate course)
    • ENG 240 Introduction to Poetry
    • ENG 240H Honors Introduction to Poetry
    • ENG 241 Introduction to Fiction and Drama
    • ENG 242 Introduction to Drama Effective Fall 2014
Mathematics & Logic
Arts & Humanities
  • Anthropology
    • ANT 103 Ancient Civilizations : Africa, Middle East, Latin America Effective Spring 2009
    • ANT 171 Native Civilizations of the Americas : Latin America Effective Fall 2012
  • Arabic
    • ARB 274 Introduction to the Middle East : Middle East
  • Art
    • ART 140 The Art of the Comic Effective Spring 2009 through Summer 2014
    • ART 252 Introduction to Early Western Art : Europe
    • ART 252H Introduction to Early Western Art - Honors : Europe Effective Spring 2014 and beyond
    • ART 253 Introduction to Western Art since 1400 : Europe Effective Fall 2014
    • ART 281 History of Far Eastern Art : Asia
    • ART 286 Introduction to African Art : Africa
  • Classical and Medieval Studies
    • CLM 230H Turning Points in Ancient and Medieval History : Europe Effective Spring 2012
  • Communication
    • COM 221 Introduction to Film
  • Dance
    • DAN 201 Introduction to Dance
    • DAN 212H Dance: Power, Art & Movement
  • Education CSUTeach
    • EUT 210 Perspectives in Math & Science Effective Fall 2012
  • English
    • ENG 203 Creative Writing: Forms and Techniques Effective Spring 2010
    • ENG 204 Nonwestern Literature : Africa, Asia, Latin America Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 206 Literature and American Culture
    • ENG 240 Introduction to Poetry
    • ENG 240H Honors Introduction to Poetry
    • ENG 241 Introduction to Fiction and Drama
    • ENG 241H Writing about Literature: Fiction and Drama - Honors Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 242 Introduction to Drama Effective Fall 2014
    • ENG 271 Shakespeare and Film Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 280 Classical Literature in Translation : Europe Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
  • History
    • HIS 101 Western Civilization I : Europe
    • HIS 102 Western Civilization II : Europe
    • HIS 110 United States History Survey Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 111 United States History to 1877
    • HIS 112 United States History Since 1877
    • HIS 165 Introduction to Latin American History : Latin America
    • HIS 175 Introduction to African History : Africa
    • HIS 185 Survey of Middle Eastern History : Middle East
    • HIS 195 Introduction to East Asian History : Asia Effective Spring 2009
    • HIS 201H Honors Urban America: Last Half of the 20th Century Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 230H Turning Points in Ancient and Medieval History: Europe Effective Spring 2012
    • HIS 271 Empire's End: British Asia : Effective Spring 2012 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 271H Empire's End: British Asia : Effective Fall 2009 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 272H Cultural Interactions: Japan - Honors : Asia Effective Spring 2011 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 274 Introduction to the Middle East : Middle East
  • Honors
    • HON 250 Indian Ecocriticism Asia Effective only Spring 2011
  • Modern Languages
    • MLA 201 Words: An Introduction to Etymology Effective Fall 2011
    • MLA 204 Nonwestern Literature : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
    • MLA 230/330 Gods, Heroes, and Ritual Effective Fall 2009
    • MLA 235 Arabic Film : Africa, Asia, Middle East Effective Spring 2009
    • MLA 255 Western European Film : Europe Effective Spring 2009
    • MLA 265 Francophone Literature in Translation : Africa, Caribbean
    • MLA 278 Gender Boundaries and Sexuality in the Arab World : Africa, Middle East Effective Fall 2014
    • MLA 284 Arab Civilization and Culture: Africa, Middle East Effective Fall 2014
  • Music
    • MUS 111 The Enjoyment of Music
    • MUS 151 Jazz Survey
    • MUS 161 Roots of Rock and Soul
    • MUS 260H The Performing Arts in Cleveland Effective Spring 2009
    • MUS 261H Honors Evolution of Western Popular Music
    • MUS 262 Nonwestern Popular Music : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
    • MUS 263 Black Music of Two Worlds : Africa, Latin America
  • Philosophy
    • PHL 120 Reasoning and Argument Effective Spring 2011
    • PHL 130 Introduction to Logic Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2013
    • PHL 171 Introduction to Philosophy
    • PHL 175 Meaning of Life Effective Fall 2010
    • PHL 181 Historical Introduction to Philosophy : Europe
    • PHL 211 Morals & Rights
    • PHL 213 Environmental Ethics Effective Spring 2009 through Summer 2014
    • PHL 213H Environmental Ethics - Honors Effective Spring 2009
    • PHL 215 Engineering Ethics
    • PHL 220 Philosophy, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Europe Effective Spring 2010
    • PHL 225H Utopias, Dystopias, and Human Nature Effective Fall 2011
    • PHL 240 Health Care Ethics
    • PHL 255 Nonwestern Philosophy : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
    • PHL 261 Ancient Philosophy : Europe
    • PHL 262 Medieval Philosophy : Europe Effective Spring 2009
    • PHL 263 Early Modern Philosophy : Europe
    • PHL 283 Introduction to Ethics : Europe
  • Political Science
    • PSC 274 Introduction to the Middle East : Middle East
  • Religious Studies
    • REL 101 Understanding Religion : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
    • REL 227 Science and Belief Effective Spring 2009
    • REL 231 Introduction to the Old Testament
    • REL 232 Jesus and the Gospels
    • REL 233 Paul and the Development of Christianity Effective Spring 2009 until Fall 2012
    • REL 234 The Later New Testament Effective Spring 2009 until Fall 2012
    • REL 235H Origins of the Christian Religion - Honors Effective Spring 2009
    • REL 236 Introduction to the New Testament Effective Fall 2010
    • REL 245 Religion in America
    • REL 260 Women and Religion
    • REL 265 Religion and Culture
    • REL 276 Eastern Religions Asia Effective Fall 2010
    • REL 280 Introduction to Mythology : Europe Effective Spring 2012
  • Theatre
    • THE 111 Introduction to Theatre
    • THE 211 History of the Theatre I
    • THE 230 Women in Theatre Effective Fall 2012
  • Urban Studies
    • UST 250 The City in Film Effective Spring 2009
Social Science
  • Art
    • ART 250 Visual Literacy Effective Fall 2012
  • Anthropology
    • ANT 101 Human Biocultural Evolution
    • ANT 102 Study of Culture
    • ANT 120 Introduction to Language and Linguistics
    • ANT 121 Introduction to Language and Linguistics II Effective Fall 2014
    • ANT 153 Introduction to African Culture : Africa Effective Fall 2008 through Fall 2014
    • ANT 227 Power, Authority and Society in Nonwestern Communities
    • ANT 260 Language, Culture and Society
    • ANT 275 Ancient Mysteries : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
  • Communication
    • COM 101 Principles of Communication
    • COM 201 Communication and Human Relationships in East Asian Societies : Asia Effective Fall 2012
    • COM 211 Communicating in Personal Relationships
    • COM 226 Mass Media and Society
    • COM 231 Evolution of Mass Media
  • Economics
    • ECN 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECN 202 Principles of Microeconomics
    • ECN 230H Game Theory & Social Sciences
  • Engineering Science
    • ESC 282 Engineering Economy
  • Health Education
    • HED 210 Personal Health Effective Spring 2009
  • Health Science
    • HSC 180 Introduction to Gerontology (Cross-listed with PSY 180)
  • History
    • HIS 104 Modern World History: Non-US Effective Fall 2014
    • HIS 227 Power, Authority, and Society in Nonwestern Communities : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East (Cross-listed with PSC 227) Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
  • Linguistics
    • LIN 120 Introduction to Language and Linguistics
    • LIN 260 Language, Culture, and Society
  • Political Science
    • PSC 111 American Government
    • PSC 221 Comparative Politics
    • PSC 227 Power, Authority, and Society in Nonwestern Communities : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East (Cross-listed with HIS 227) Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
    • PSC 231 International Politics
  • Psychology
    • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
    • PSY 101H Introduction to Psychology - Honors Effective Fall 2009
    • PSY 180 Introduction to Gerontology (Cross-listed with HSC 180)
    • PSY 220 Child Development
    • PSY 221 Adolescent Psychology
  • Social Work
    • SWK 200 Introduction to Social Work Effective Fall 2009
    • SWK 201 Contemporary Social Welfare Effective Fall 2009
    • SWK 255 Community Leadership Development Effective Fall 2011 through Summer 2014
  • Sociology
    • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
    • SOC 203 Sociology of Poverty
    • SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology of the Third World : Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East
    • SOC 211 American Culture and Society Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2012
    • SOC 250 Introduction to Criminology
    • SOC 260 Deviance in the United States
    • SOC 280H Science, Technology and Society
  • Speech and Hearing
    • SPH 229 Speech and Language Development
  • Urban Studies
    • UST 200 Introduction to Urban Studies
    • UST 206 Megacities in Asia Asia Effective Fall 2010
    • UST 240 Democracy and the City
    • UST 242 Introduction to Urban Real Estate and Public Finance Effective Spring 2009
    • UST 290 Urban Geography
Natural Science

Courses intended primarily for majors in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines are noted in parentheses after each course. For more information contact your advisor.

  • Biology
    • BIO 100 The Living World with 109 Biological Diversity Laboratory Effective Spring 2009
    • BIO 102 Human Genetics, Reproduction, and Development Effective Spring 2009 with 107 Human Biology Laboratory
    • BIO 104 The Brain Effective Spring 2009 with 107 Human Biology Laboratory
    • BIO 104H Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain - Honors Effective Fall 2012
    • BIO 106 with 107 Human Biology in Health and Disease; Human Biology Laboratory (lab)
    • BIO 108 Environmental Ecology (not a lab)
    • BIO 109 Biological Diversity Laboratory (lab)
    • BIO 200 with 201 Introductory Biology I; Introductory Biology Laboratory I (lab) (STEM)
    • BIO 202 with 203 Introductory Biology II; Introductory Biology Laboratory II (lab) (STEM)
    • BIO 266 with 267 Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Human Anatomy and Physiology II (lab) (STEM)
    • BIO 268 with 269 Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Human Anatomy and Physiology II (lab) (STEM)
  • Chemistry
    • CHM 151 with 156 Chemistry Around Us; Chemistry Around Us Laboratory (lab)
    • CHM 161 Preparatory Chemistry Effective Spring 2015 (STEM)
    • CHM 251 with 256 College Chemistry I; College Chemistry Laboratory I (lab) (STEM)
    • CHM 252 with 257 College Chemistry II; College Chemistry Laboratory II (lab) (STEM)
    • CHM 261 with 266 General Chemistry I; General Chemistry Laboratory I (lab) (STEM)
    • CHM 261H General Chemistry I - Honors Effective Fall 2013 and beyond (STEM)
    • CHM 262 General Chemistry II with either 267 General Chemistry Laboratory II (lab) (STEM) or 278 REEL General Chemistry Laboratory (lab)
    • CHM 262H with 267H Honors General Chemistry Honors General Chemistry Laboratory (lab) (STEM)
  • Environmental Science
    • EVS 206 Introduction to Environmental Science
    • EVS 207 Introduction to Environmental Science Lab Effective Fall 2014
  • Environmental Studies
    • ENV 259 Natural History of the Cleveland Area (course includes a lab)Effective Fall 2008 through Fall 2011
  • Geology
    • GEO 100 with 101 Introductory Geology; Introductory Geology Laboratory (lab)
    • GEO 124 Beyond Google Earth (The Science of Looking at the Place We Live) (course includes a lab) 
  • Physics
    • PHY 101 with 103 The Flying Circus of Physics: Motion and Heat; The Flying Circus of Physics Laboratory (lab)
    • PHY 102 with 103 The Flying Circus of Physics: Sound and Light; The Flying Circus of Physics Laboratory (lab)
    • PHY 115 Physics, Technology and Society (no lab)
    • PHY 116 Energy and Society Lab Effective Fall 2009
    • PHY 201 with 200 Astronomy: Stars and Galaxies ; Astronomy Laboratory (lab)
    • PHY 202 with 200 Astronomy: Planets, Asteroids and Comets ; Astronomy Laboratory (lab)
    • PHY 221 College Physics I (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 222 College Physics II (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 231 College Physics I – Biomedical Applications (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 232 College Physics II – Biomedical Applications (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 241 University Physics I (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 242 University Physics II (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 243 University Physics I (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 243H University Physics I (Honors) (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 244 University Physics II (course includes a lab) (STEM)
    • PHY 244H University Physics II (Honors) (course includes a lab) (STEM)
  • Sciences College
    • SCI 220 Science as a Way of Thinking (no lab)  
    • SCI 220H Science as a Way of Thinking - Honors Effective Fall 2010
  • Urban Studies
    • UST 259 Natural History of the Cleveland Area (course includes a lab)
    • UST 289 Physical Geography (no lab)
Social Diversity

African-American courses

  • Art
    • ART 388 African-American Art Effective Spring 2011
  • Anthropology
    • ANT 270 African-American Culture
  • Black Studies
    • BST 200 Introduction to Black Studies Effective Fall 2012
    • BST 300 Black Psychology Effective Fall 2012
    • BST 350 African American Family Life Effective Fall 2014
  • Communication
    • COM 332 Interracial Communication
  • English
    • ENG 207 African American Literature
    • ENG 207H African American Literature; The City - Honors
    • ENG 208 Womanism/Feminism Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 347 Studies in African-American Literature Effective Spring 2009
  • History
    • HIS 215 History of African-Americans to 1877
    • HIS 216 History of African-Americans Since 1877
    • HIS 302 US Slavery, Abolition, and Politics, 1820-1860 Effective Spring 2009
    • HIS 305 Social Thought of African-Americans Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 317 Civil War and Reconstruction, 1848 to 1877 Effective Spring 2009
    • HIS 318 Black America and Africa
    • HIS 324 Black Is/Black Ain't: Defining Black America
    • HIS 325 African America Since 1945 Effective Fall 2010
    • HIS 326 African American History Through Sacred Music Effective Spring 2009
    • HIS 328 Black Gender and Sexuality in US Effective Fall 2013
    • HIS 329 Black Resistance in the Jim Crow Era Effective Fall 2009
    • HIS 369 Comparative Emancipation Effective Spring 2009
  • Philosophy
    • PHL 252 African-American Social Philosophy Effective Fall 2013 and beyond
  • Political Science
    • PSC 217 Urban Politics and the African-American Experience
  • Public Safety Management
    • PSM 302 Contemporary Urban Issues (Cross-listed with UST 302) Effective Fall 2008 through Fall 2011
  • Religious Studies
    • REL 217 Religion in Black America
    • REL 317 Religious Ethics of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King
  • Social Work
    • SWK 150 The Black Experience
  • Sociology
    • SOC 215 Black/White Interaction Effective Fall 2008 through Summer 2012
    • SOC 380 Racial and Ethnic Inequality
  • Speech and Hearing
    • SPH 438 Dialect Differences in the Schools
  • Theatre
    • THE 216 African American Theatre Effective Fall 2010
    • THE 318 African American Theatre II Effective Fall 2010
  • Urban Studies
    • UST 202 Cleveland: The African-American Experience
    • UST 251 The African-American Image on Film
    • UST 302 Contemporary Urban Issues (Cross-listed with PSM 302)

U.S. Diversity courses

  • Anthropology
    • ANT 100 Human Diversity
    • ANT 210 Introduction to Native American Studies
    • ANT 224 Sex, Gender and Culture Effective Spring 2011 through Fall 2014
    • ANT 243 Language and Gender Effective Fall 2009 through Summer 2014
  • Art
    • Art 341 Multicultural Aesthetics Effective Fall 14
  • Communication
    • COM 331 Gender and Communication
  • Education
    • EDC 300 Diversity in Educational Settings
  • English
    • ENG 210 Native American Literature Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 248 Multicultural Literatures of the United States Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 348 Studies in Multicultural Literature Effective Spring 2009
    • ENG 363 Gender Issues in Literature Effective Spring 2009
  • History
    • HIS 316H History of American West Effective Fall 2010 through Summer 2014
    • HIS 327 American Sexual Communities and Politics
  • Health, Physical Education and Recreation
    • HPR 250 Diversity in Sport
  • Health Sciences
    • HSC 305 Culture and Health
    • HSC 344 Social Issues in Health Care Effective Spring 2009
    • HSC 346 Women's Health
  • Modern Languages
    • MLA 245 Arabic Resources of Cleveland/Service Learning Effective Spring 2009
  • Nonprofit Administration
    • NAD 453 Managing Urban Diversity Effective Spring 2009 through Fall 2011
    • NAD 455 Gender and Leadership Effective Fall 2008 through Fall 2011
  • Philosophy
    • PHL 253 Philosophy of Feminism Effective Spring 2009 through Summer 2014
  • Political Science
    • PSC 305 Cultural Diversity in U.S. Politics
  • Psychology
    • PSY 255 Psychology of Women
    • PSY 356 Multicultural Psychology Effective Spring 2012
  • Public Safety Management
    • PSM 453 Managing Urban Diversity Effective Spring 2009 through Fall 2011
  • Religious Studies
    • REL 248 Race, Immigration and Religion in America : Effective Fall 2012
    • REL 274 Buddhism and Hinduism in America Effective Fall 2012
  • Sociology
    • SOC 201 Race, Class and Gender
    • SOC 201H Race, Class and Gender - Honors Effective Fall 2009
    • SOC 317 Sociology of Gender
  • Speech and Hearing
    • SPH 241 Survey of Deaf Culture
  • Urban Studies
    • UST 453 Managing Urban Diversity Effective Spring 2009
    • UST 455 Gender and Leadership
  • Women's Studies
    • WST 151 Introduction to Women's Studies
engaged learning
Mailing Address
Office of Undergraduate Studies
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, MC 107A
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Main Classroom 107A
1899 East 22nd Street

Phone: 216.687.3924
FAX: 216.687.5372
Contact Information
Dr. Peter Meiksins
Interim Vice-Provost for Academic Programs
p.meiksins@csuohio.edu
Phone: 216-875-9732
FAX: 216-687-9320


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