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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Complete courses in at least two subject areas (at least two course prefixes).

Important:  If you are working toward a transfer degree, note that specific degrees may require core or support courses that already fulfill some or all of the AGEC requirements.  Always use your specific degree web page to identify the courses required to earn your degree.

Course # Course Title Credits I/C/G*
AIS 101 Introduction to American Indian Studies I 3   
AJS 225 Criminology 3   
ANT 101 Human Origins and Prehistory 3   
ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology and Linguistics 3 G
ANT 110 Buried Cities and Lost Tribes 3   
ANT 112 Exploring Non-Western Cultures 3 I/C/G
ANT 127 History and Culture of the Mexican-American in the
Southwest
3 I/C/G
ANT 150 African-American History and Peoples** 3 C
ANT 202 Culture and Sexuality
3 C
ANT 205 Introduction to Southwestern Prehistory 3 C
ANT 206 Contemporary Native Americans of the Southwest 3 C
ANT 210 Cultural Anthropology 3 I/G
APA 200 Contemporary Issues in Asian American Society 3 C
ARC 101 Human Origins and Prehistory 3   
ARC 110 Buried Cities and Lost Tribes 3   
ARC 205 Introduction to Southwestern Prehistory 3 C
ECN 200 Basic Economic Principles 3   
ECN 201 Microeconomic Principles [SUN# ECN 2202]
3   
ECN 202 Macroeconomic Principles [SUN# ECN 2201]
3   
GEO 103 Cultural Geography 3 G
GEO 104 World Regional Geography [SUN# GEO 1121]
3 G
GEO 250 Introduction to Medical Geography 3 G
HIS 101 Introduction to Western Civilization I 3 I/G
HIS 102 Introduction to Western Civilization II 3 I/G
HIS 105 Introduction to Chicano Studies
3 I/C/G
HIS 113 Chinese Civilization 3 G
HIS 114 Japanese Civilization 3 G
HIS 122 Tohono O'odham History and Culture 3 I/C/G
HIS 124 History and Culture of the Yaqui People 3 C/G
HIS 127 History and Culture of the Mexican-American in the
Southwest
3 I/C/G
HIS 141 History of the United States I 3 C/G
HIS 142 History of the United States II 3 C/G
HIS 147 History of Arizona 3 C
HIS 148 History of Indians of North America 3 C/G
HIS 150 African-American History and People 3 C
HIS 160 Latin America Before Independence
3 I/C/G
HIS 161 Modern Latin America
3 I/C/G
HIS 170 History and People of Africa** 3 G
HIS 180 Women in Western History 3 C
HIS 253 History of Women in the United States:
Early America
3 C
HIS 254 History of Women in the United States:
The 20th Century
3 C
HIS 274 The Holocaust 3 G
HIS 284 Modern Israel and Arab/Israeli Relations 3 G
HUM 260 Intercultural Perspectives 3 I/C
JRN 102 Survey of Media Communications 3 G
PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy [SUN# PHI 1101]
3   
PHI 130 Introductory Studies in Ethics and Social Philosophy [SUN# PHI 1105]
3   
PHI 140 Philosophy of Religion 3   
POS 100 Introduction to Politics 3   
POS 201 American National Government and Politics [SUN# POS 1110]
3 C
POS 202 Introduction to International Relations [SUN# POS 1120]
3 G
POS 203 Introduction to Political Ideas
3   
POS 204 Introduction to Comparative Politics [SUN# POS 2204]
3 C, G
POS 210 National and State Constitutions 3   
POS 231 American State and Local Governments and Politics [SUN# POS 1130]
3 C
POS 240 Understanding Terrorism 3   
PSY 100A Psychology I 3   
PSY 100B Psychology II 3   
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology [SUN# PSY 1101]
4   
PSY 132 Psychology and Culture 3 G
PSY 210 Introduction to Biopsychology 3   
PSY 215 Human Sexuality 3 C,G
PSY 216 Psychology of Gender 3 C
PSY 218 Health Psychology 3   
PSY 230 Psychological Measurements and Statistics 3   
PSY 240 Developmental Psychology 3
PSY 250 Introduction to Social Psychology 3   
PSY 265 Normal Personality
3   
REL 140 Philosophy of Religion 3   
REL 200 Religion in Popular Culture 3 C
REL 220 Old Testament 3   
REL 221 New Testament 3   
REL 234 Islam 3 G
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology [SUN# SOC 1101]
3 C
SOC 103 Explorations in Prejudice** 3 C
SOC 110 Introduction to Cities and Global Society 3 G
SOC 120 Current Social Problems 3 C, G
SOC 201 Race, Ethnicity, Minority Groups and Social Justice [SUN# SOC 2215]
3 C
SOC 203 Sociology of Utopia 3 I, G
SOC 204 Gender Identities, Interactions and Relations
3 C
SOC 215 Human Sexuality 3 C,G
SOC 273 Sociology of Sport** 3 C
SSE 110 Introduction to Social Welfare 3   

* Indicates whether course fulfills AGEC requirement for Intensive writing, Cultural diversity and/or Global diversity

** No longer offered but will fulfill the requirement