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CCCS Preapproved HASS Mid-Level Elective Courses

CCCS Preapproved HASS Mid-Level Elective Courses

 

NOTE:  HASS mid-level elective courses are different from the HASS 200 – Global Studies requirement.  Refer to the Core and General Courses list for HASS 200 equivalents.

Also note that HASS mid-level elective courses are commonly referred to as HASS 2XX, HASS 3XX, and HASS 300-level.

The courses below have been preapproved to transfer to Mines and will count toward HASS mid-level elective requirements provided a grade of “C” or higher is earned.

 

CCCS SubjectCCCS Course Number (pre-summer 2022)CCCS Course Number (begin summer 2022)CCCS Course Title
ANT2152115Native Peoples N. America
ANT2211101Exploring other Cultures I
ANT2252125Anthropology of Religion
ART2071113Art History 1900 to Present
CRJ2102010Constitutional Law
CRJ2202020Human Rel/Social Conflict
ENG2212021Creative Writing I
ENG2262026Fiction Writing
ENG2272027Poetry Writing
ENG2302030Creative Nonfiction
HIS2052005Women in World History
HIS2072125American Environment Hist
HIS2082115American Indian History
HIS2152105Women in U.S. History
HIS2252135Colorado History
HIS2352130History of American West
HIS2362145U.S. History Since 1945
HIS2432610History of Modern China
HIS2442200History of Latin America
HIS2482320History of Modern Russia
HIS2492500History Islamic Civiliz
HIS2602120U.S. Foreign Relat History
LIT2012001World Lit to 1600
LIT2052005Ethnic Literature
LIT2112011Amer Lit to Civil War
LIT2122012Amer Lit Aft Civil War
LIT2212021British Lit to 1770
LIT2222022British Lit Since 1770
LIT2252025Intro to Shakespeare
LIT2352035Science Fiction
LIT2462046Literature of Women
LIT2572057Literature and Film
PHI2012001Social & Political Philosophy
PHI2022002Religion and Film
PHI2032003Introduction to Buddhism
PHI2042004Introduction to Hinduism
PHI2142014Philosophy of Religion
PHI2202020Philosophy of Death & Dying
PHI2212021Ancient Philosophy
PHI2222022Modern Philosophy
POS2052005International Relations
POS2151050Current Political Issues
POS2602060Energy Security Policy
PSY2052105Psychology of Gender
PSY2172107Human Sexuality
PSY2262221Social Psychology
PSY2272222Psychology of Death/Dying
PSY2352440Human Growth & Development
PSY2492552Abnormal Psychology
PSY2652771Psychology of Personality
SOC2032003Urban Sociology
SOC2052005Soc of Family Dynamics
SOC2152015Contemp. Social Problems
SOC2162016Sociology of Gender
SOC2182018Sociology of Diversity
SOC2202020Sociology of Religion
SOC2312031Sociology-Deviant Behavior
SOC2372037Sociology of Death & Dying
SOC2652065Violence and Culture
ARAAny NumberAny NumberAny Arabic Language Course
CHIAny NumberAny NumberAny Chinese Language Course
FREAny NumberAny NumberAny French Language Course
GERAny NumberAny NumberAny German Language Course
ITAAny NumberAny NumberAny Italian Language Course
JPNAny NumberAny NumberAny Japanese Language Course
RUSAny NumberAny NumberAny Russian Language Course
SPAAny NumberAny NumberAny Spanish Language Course
ASLAny NumberAny NumberAny Sign Language Course

CCCS Preapproved HASS Mid-Level Elective Courses

 

The courses below have been preapproved to transfer to Mines and will count toward HASS mid-level elective requirements provided a grade of “C” or higher is earned.

 

CCCS SubCCCS Num (pre- summer 2022)CCCS Num (begin summer 2022)CCCS Course Title
ANT2152115Native Peoples N. America
ANT2211101Exploring other Cultures I
ANT2252125Anthropology of Religion
ART2071113Art History 1900 to Present
CRJ2102010Constitutional Law
CRJ2202020Human Rel/Social Conflict
ENG2212021Creative Writing I
ENG2262026Fiction Writing
ENG2272027Poetry Writing
ENG2302030Creative Nonfiction
HIS2052005Women in World History
HIS2072125American Environment Hist
HIS2082115American Indian History
HIS2152105Women in U.S. History
HIS2252135Colorado History
HIS2352130History of American West
HIS2362145U.S. History Since 1945
HIS2432610History of Modern China
HIS2442200History of Latin America
HIS2482320History of Modern Russia
HIS2492500History Islamic Civiliz
HIS2602120U.S. Foreign Relat History
LIT2012001World Lit to 1600
LIT2052005Ethnic Literature
LIT2112011Amer Lit to Civil War
LIT2122012Amer Lit Aft Civil War
LIT2212021British Lit to 1770
LIT2222022British Lit Since 1770
LIT2252025Intro to Shakespeare
LIT2352035Science Fiction
LIT2462046Literature of Women
LIT2572057Literature and Film
PHI2012001Social & Political Philosophy
PHI2022002Religion and Film
PHI2032003Introduction to Buddhism
PHI2042004Introduction to Hinduism
PHI2142014Philosophy of Religion
PHI2202020Philosophy of Death & Dying
PHI2212021Ancient Philosophy
PHI2222022Modern Philosophy
POS2052005International Relations
POS2151050Current Political Issues
POS2602060Energy Security Policy
PSY2052105Psychology of Gender
PSY2172107Human Sexuality
PSY2262221Social Psychology
PSY2272222Psychology of Death/Dying
PSY2352440Human Growth & Development
PSY2492552Abnormal Psychology
PSY2652771Psychology of Personality
SOC2032003Urban Sociology
SOC2052005Soc of Family Dynamics
SOC2152015Contemp. Social Problems
SOC2162016Sociology of Gender
SOC2182018Sociology of Diversity
SOC2202020Sociology of Religion
SOC2312031Sociology-Deviant Behavior
SOC2372037Sociology of Death & Dying
SOC2652065Violence and Culture
ARAAny NumAny NumAny Arabic Lang Course
CHIAny NumAny NumAny Chinese Lang Course
FREAny NumAny NumAny French Lang Course
GERAny NumAny NumAny German Lang Course
ITAAny NumAny NumAny Italian Lang Course
JPNAny NumAny NumAny Japanese Lang Course
RUSAny NumAny NumAny Russian Lang Course
SPAAny NumAny NumAny Spanish Lang Course
ASLAny NumAny NumAny Sign Lang Course

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