Advanced Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Students complete Advanced Interdisciplinary Perspectives (AIP) courses as part of the General Education Curriculum. There are six categories within the AIP requirement: Cultural Perspectives (CP), Ethical Perspectives (EP), International Perspectives (IP), Natural Science Perspectives (NP), Racial and Ethnic Diversity Perspectives (REP), and U.S. Perspectives (UP). The Curriculum and learning goals for the AIP requirement are presented under General Education Requirements, Advanced Interdisciplinary Perspectives.

Advanced Interdisciplinary Perspectives Courses (AIP)

AIP - Advanced Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Cultural Perspectives requirements (CP)

The following courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP Cultural Perspectives requirement (CP). See course descriptions under each program.

ART 310/PHIL 310Philosophy of Art

3

ART 312A History of Graphic Design and Illustration

3

ART 320History of Museums and Collections

3

ART 326/PHR 326Photography and Social Engagement: A Road to Activism

3

ART 341/PHIL 341Sublime in Art and Philosophy

3

ART 351Ancient and Classical Art

3

ART 353Medieval Art and Architecture

3

ART 356 American Art

3

ART 370/PSYCH 370Art Therapy: Principles and Practices

3

BUS 306/COMM 306Advertising and Society

3

BUS 329The Social Psychology of Dress

3

COMM 312Digital Cultures

3

COMM 328/EWL 350Special Topics in Literature and Media

3

COMM 330Film And History

3

COMM 335Music as Media

3

DANC 305Movie Moves: Dance in Film

3

DANC 309Ethics/Aesthetics/Gender in the Performing Arts

3

EWL 304Inside Modernism

3

EWL 305The Spanish Inquisition in Literature and Film

3

EWL 306Literature of the Pacific

3

EWL 307The Visual Memoir

3

EWL 309Women's Writing

3

EWL 319/ENV 319Narrating Climate Change

3

EWL 320Immigration, Exile, and Migration in Literature 

3

EWL 324World Drama

3

EWL 325Gothic Fiction

3

EWL 327Literature and Film Of The Global Portuguese Empire

3

EWL 329Reading the Contemporary Caribbean

3

EWL 331Literature and Revolution

3

EWL 332Detective Narratives

3

EWL 333Literature and the Visual Arts

3

EWL 334Literary New York

3

EWL 335Slavery in the American Imaginary

3

EWL 339Literature & Business

3

EWL 345/COMM 345Shakespeare and Film

3

EWL 353Modern European Fiction

3

EWL 354GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM

EWL 359Contemporary Anglophone Fiction

3

EWL 360/SPAN 357Hispanic Women Writers

3

EWL 390Special Topics in English

3

EWL 417Austen Seminar

3

EWL 419Hugo Seminar

3

EWL 422Virginia Woolf Seminar

3

HIST 346/IS 346/PS 346Middle East: Politics, Identity and History

3

IS 323/HIST 323/PS 323Latin America: Politics, Identity, and History

3

JS 390Special Topics in Justice Studies

3

MUS 310Opera and History

3

MUS 370History of Rock Music

3

PHIL 322Philosophy of Religion

3

PHIL 325Philosophical Issues in Language

3

PHIL 332Popular Culture and Philosophy

3

PHR 304/SOC 304Art, Politics, and Society

3

PHR 306/SOC 306Culture and Ideology

3

PHR 322 Radical Women of Color Thought in the U.S.

3

PSYCH 334/SOC 334Death and Bereavement

3

RS 312/EWL 312The Bible as Literature

3

RS 315Religion and Experience

3

RS 318/EWL 318Religion and Literature

3

RS 320Islam

3

RS 321Christianity

3

RS 322Exploring Religion in New York City

3

RS 324Mysticism: East and West

3

RS 326Religion, Race, and Ethnicity 

3

RS 332Judaism

3

RS 333/SOC 333Sociology of Religion

3

RS 337Buddhism

3

RS 339Hinduism

3

RS 340Comparative Religious Ethics

3

RS 342/EWL 342Dante's Divine Comedy

3

RS 346Theory and Method in the Study of Religion

3

SOC 301Classical Social Theory

3

SOC 330/SOC 330Great Social Thinkers

3

SOC 359/PHR 359Race and Ethnicity

3

SOC 361/PHR 361Cultural and Social Change

3

SPAN 315Hispanic Civilization

3

SPCH 316Psycholinguistics

3

SPCH 318Language and Culture

3

THTR 327Gender in Performance: Cross-Dressing on the American Stage

3

THTR 329Tragedy and Religion

3

THTR 412History & Theory of New Media in Performance

3

HIST 329History Colloquium

3

 

Ethical Perspectives requirement (EP)

The following courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP Ethical Perspectives requirement (EP). See course descriptions under each program.

ACCT 332Forensic Accounting

3

BIOL 332Bioethics

3

BIOL 392 Ecology

3

BUS 303Business Law II

3

BUS 321 Business and Society

3

COMM 352Emerging Technologies and Ethical Practices

3

COMM 395Media, Law & Ethics

3

DANC 309Ethics/Aesthetics/Gender in the Performing Arts

3

ENV 314Controversies in Environmental Science

3

EWL 322Literature and Human Rights

3

IS 311/PS 311Democracy and Its Critics

3

IS 332Ethics of War

3

IS 398Directed Study

1-6

PHIL 306/ENV 306Environmental Ethics

3

PHIL 324Business Ethics

3

PHIL 340Ethics and Law

3

PHIL 347Contemporary Ethical Issues

3

PHR 312Radical Labor and Artisan Movements

3

PHR 320/ENV 320 EcoCulture and Sustainability

3

PHR 336/PS 336/SOC 336Playing Politics

3

PS 310Modern Political Thought

3

PS 355Green Political Thought

3

PSYCH 362Ethical Issues Concerning the Developing Child

3

RS 340Comparative Religious Ethics

3

RS 344The Extremes of Religion

3

RS 352Religion and Social Justice

3

SW 384Valuing Difference II: Knowledge and Action for Equity

3

THTR 329Tragedy and Religion

3

 

International Perspectives requirement (IP)

The following courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP International Perspectives requirement (IP). See course descriptions under each program.

ART 312A History of Graphic Design and Illustration

3

ART 320History of Museums and Collections

3

ART 351Ancient and Classical Art

3

ART 353Medieval Art and Architecture

3

ART 384Contemporary Art

3

BUS 351/ECO 351 International Business

3

BUS 352International Marketing

3

COMM 304Global Media Studies

3

COMM 328/EWL 350Special Topics in Literature and Media

3

COMM 330Film And History

3

COMM 357Contemporary World Cinema

3

DANC 307Contemporary Dance in a Global Context

3

DANC 354Dance and Cultural History  

3

ECO 306/IS 306Development and Global Change

3

ECO 317/IS 317International Economics

3

EWL 303/FREN 303Explication De Textes

3

EWL 304Inside Modernism

3

EWL 305The Spanish Inquisition in Literature and Film

3

EWL 306Literature of the Pacific

3

EWL 320Immigration, Exile, and Migration in Literature 

3

EWL 322Literature and Human Rights

3

EWL 324World Drama

3

EWL 325Gothic Fiction

3

EWL 327Literature and Film Of The Global Portuguese Empire

3

EWL 329Reading the Contemporary Caribbean

3

EWL 331Literature and Revolution

3

EWL 332Detective Narratives

3

EWL 337 Philosophies and Poetics of Translation

3

EWL 345/COMM 345Shakespeare and Film

3

EWL 353Modern European Fiction

3

EWL 359Contemporary Anglophone Fiction

3

EWL 360/SPAN 357Hispanic Women Writers

3

EWL 365/FREN 365Reading Contempor Africa

3

EWL 420Contemporary India Seminar 

FREN 309Advanced Grammar and Composition

3

FREN 310Advanced French Conversation

3

FREN 315French and Francophone Cinema

3

FREN 326CONTEMP FRANCE:SOC,POL,&ECO PE

FREN 365/EWL 365Reading Contemporary Africa

3

HIST 306CROSS-CULTRL ENCNTRS:1500-1800

HIST 309/IS 309Europe: Politics, Identity and Citizenship

3

HIST 372/IS 372Women and Family in Chinese History

3

HIST 374/IS 374History of the People’s Republic of China

3

IS 315International Law

3

IS 318/ENV 318Global Sustainabililty

3

IS 323/HIST 323/PS 323Latin America: Politics, Identity, and History

3

IS 324United Nations: History, Theory and Practice

3

IS 329Nationalisms, Regionalisms, Globalisms

3

IS 331Global Cities

3

IS 332Ethics of War

3

IS 334/ECO 334Gender and Development

3

IS 336Diplomacy: Theory and Practice

3

IS 337/HIST 337Russia: From Peter the Great to Putin

3

IS 339Migration, Refugees, and the Global System

3

IS 357Human Rights in Comparative Perspective

3

IS 376/PS 376Nationalism and State-Building

3

IS 398Directed Study

1-6

PHR 320/ENV 320 EcoCulture and Sustainability

3

SPAN 315Hispanic Civilization

3

THTR 475/ART 475/COMM 475The Avant-Garde in Art, Film and Performance

3

 

Natural Science Perspectives requirement (NP)

The following courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP Natural Science Perspectives requirement (NP). See course descriptions under each program.

BIOL 317Nutrition and Health

3

BIOL 322Epidemic: The Dynamics of Infectious Disease

3

BIOL 330/IDS 330Conservation Biology

3

BIOL 332Bioethics

3

BIOL 335/NEU 335Developmental Neurobiology

3

BIOL 392 Ecology

3

CHEM 348/PSYCH 348Drugs and the Brain

3

ENV 310Applied Environmental Science

3

ENV 312Energy and Climate Change

3

ENV 314Controversies in Environmental Science

3

ENV 316Natural Disasters and the Environment 

3

MATH 336Modeling the Dynamics of Life

3

MUS 312Musical Universals

3

PHIL 320Philosophy of Mathematics

3

PBH 310/BIOL 310Biological Basis of Public Health

3

PSYCH 319/AIP 333Human Sexuality

3

PSYCH 379/BIOL 379Animal Behavior

3

SPCH 322The Sound of Your Voice

3

 

Racial and Ethnic Diversity Perspectives requirement (REP)

Courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP Racial and Ethnic Diversity Perspectives requirement (REP).See course descriptions under each program.

ART 326/PHR 326Photography and Social Engagement: A Road to Activism

3

COMM 305Race, Class, and Gender in Media

3

DANC 311Black Dance in America

3

EWL 311Reading While Black: Writing, Race, and Resistance

3

EWL 329Reading the Contemporary Caribbean

3

EWL 359Contemporary Anglophone Fiction

3

EWL 365/FREN 365Reading Contempor Africa

3

EWL 420Contemporary India Seminar 

PHR 304/SOC 304Art, Politics, and Society

3

PHR 306/SOC 306Culture and Ideology

3

PHR 312Radical Labor and Artisan Movements

3

PHR 322 Radical Women of Color Thought in the U.S.

3

PHR 324History of Race

3

RS 326Religion, Race, and Ethnicity 

3

THTR 416Constructing America through 19th-century Performance

3

THTR 420From The Chitlin’ Circuit to The Great White Way: A History of African-Americans Onstage in the United States

3

 

U.S. Perspectives requirement (UP)

The following courses offered by various departments also meet the AIP U.S. Perspectives requirement (UP). See course descriptions under each program.

ART 326/PHR 326Photography and Social Engagement: A Road to Activism

3

ART 341/PHIL 341Sublime in Art and Philosophy

3

ART 356 American Art

3

ART 362Visual Arts Seminar: New York City

3

BUS 303Business Law II

3

BUS 306/COMM 306Advertising and Society

3

BUS 321 Business and Society

3

COMM 335Music as Media

3

ECO 375Money, Banking and Financial Markets

3

EWL 334Literary New York

3

EWL 335Slavery in the American Imaginary

3

EWL 339Literature & Business

3

EWL 362“Becoming American”: Immigrant Narratives

3

HIST 312Made in the U.S.A. : American Consumer History

3

MUS 370History of Rock Music

3

MUS 372History of American Jazz

3

PHR 322 Radical Women of Color Thought in the U.S.

3

PHR 336/PS 336/SOC 336Playing Politics

3

PS 317Money, Sex and Power

3

PS 324Law, Government & Politics in America

3

PS 340Political Participation

3

PS 360The American Presidency and the Electorate

3

PSYCH 334/SOC 334Death and Bereavement

3

RS 322Exploring Religion in New York City

3

THTR 319Drama & Theatre in the United States

3

THTR 328/ART 328/DANC 328The Arts & Social Change  

3

THTR 416Constructing America through 19th-century Performance

3