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
    • 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 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
  • 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)
    • BIO 202 with 203 Introductory Biology II; Introductory Biology Laboratory II (lab)
    • BIO 266 with 267 Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Human Anatomy and Physiology II (lab)
    • BIO 268 with 269 Human Anatomy and Physiology I; Human Anatomy and Physiology II (lab)
  • Chemistry
    • CHM 151 with 156 Chemistry Around Us; Chemistry Around Us Laboratory (lab)
    • CHM 251 with 256 College Chemistry I; College Chemistry Laboratory I (lab)
    • CHM 252 with 257 College Chemistry II; College Chemistry Laboratory II (lab)
    • CHM 261 with 266 General Chemistry I; General Chemistry Laboratory I (lab)
    • CHM 261H General Chemistry I - Honors Effective Fall 2013 and beyond
    • CHM 262 General Chemistry II with either 267 General Chemistry Laboratory II (lab) or 278 REEL General Chemistry Laboratory (lab)
    • CHM 262H with 267H Honors General Chemistry Honors General Chemistry Laboratory (lab)
  • 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)
  • 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)
    • PHY 222 College Physics II (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 231 College Physics I – Biomedical Applications (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 232 College Physics II – Biomedical Applications (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 241 University Physics I (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 242 University Physics II (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 243 University Physics I (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 243H University Physics I (Honors) (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 244 University Physics II (course includes a lab)
    • PHY 244H University Physics II (Honors) (course includes a lab) 
  • 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
    • 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
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Mailing Address
Office of Undergraduate Studies
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, MC 107A
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Main Classroom 107A
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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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