Any course taken on this list that is below 9 units will require additional coursework in that category to complete the requirement.

Note: Courses on this list are not offered every semester. Please reference the Schedule of Classes for a list of currently offered courses.

15-Computer Science

  • 15-296 Women in Computing Around the World

16-Robotics

  • 16-397/76-369 Art, Conflict, and Technology in Northern Ireland

19-Engineering and Public Policy

  • 19-213/79-213 The American Railroad: Decline and Renaissance in the Age of Deregulation

48-Architecture

  • 48-240 Historical Survey of World Architecture and Urbanism I
  • 48-241 Modern Architecture
  • 48-371 American House and Housing, 1850-1975

51-Design

  • 51-171 Placing
  • 51-173 Human Experience in Design
  • 51-271 How People Work (for Design Minors only)

 

54-Drama

  • 54-245 Who Wore What: When, Where, and Why
  • 54-246 Who Wore What: When, Where, Why II

57-Music

  • 57-173 Survey of Western Music History
  • 57-209, The Beatles
  • 57-283 Music History I
  • 57-284 Music History II
  • 57-306 World Music
  • 57-477 Music of the Spirit
  • 57-480 History of Black American Music

60-Art

  • 60-205 Critical Theory in Art III
  • 60-206 Critical Theory in Art IV
  • 60-235 Photographing America
  • 60-355 Rights to Representation: Indigenous Peoples and Their Media
  • 60-390 Critical Studies

62-CFA Interdisciplinary

  • 62-371 Photography the First 100 Years: 1839-1939
  • 62-479 Photography: Picturing Identity

66-Dietrich Interdisciplinary

  • 66-221 Topics of Law: Introduction to Intellectual Property Law

67-Information Systems

  • 67-329 Contemporary Themes in Global Systems

70-Business

  • 70-342 Managing Across Cultures
  • 70-430 International Management
  • 70-480 International Marketing

76-English

  • 76-206 Between the Lines: Politics of Sports, and the Steep Cost of the Games We Play
  • 76-210 Banned Books
  • 76-221 Books You Should Have Read by Now
  • 76-232 Introduction to Black Literature
  • 76-239 Intro to Film Studies
  • 76-241 Introduction to Gender Studies
  • 76-245 Shakespeare's Dark Plays
  • 76-247 Shakespeare: Comedies and Romances
  • 76-297 Topics in Russian Language & Culture
  • 76-311 Acting Out in the London Theatre
  • 76-333 Race and Controversy in the Arts
  • 76-335 20th Century American: Mid-20th Century Fiction
  • 76-337 Intersectional Feminism
  • 76-352/752 Music, Technology and Culture/Listening Spaces
  • 76-354 South Asian Literature
  • 76-360 Literary Journalism
  • 76-369 Art, Conflict, and Technology in Northern Ireland
  • 76-374 IDeATe: Dietrich College Cuban Interactive Documentary Project
  • 76-378 Literacy: Educational Theory and Community Practice
  • 76-386 Language & Culture
  • 76-419 Media in the Digital Age
  • 76-425 Science in the Public Sphere
  • 76-435 Politics and Popular Culture
  • 76-422 Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • 76 453 Literature of Empire

79-History

All history courses can count for the PPC category except for the courses listed on the General Education Exclusions list.

The following History courses can be counted as General Education electives, but do NOT count for the PPC category:

  • 79-200 Introduction to Historical Research
  • 79-204 American Environmental History
  • 79-300 History of American Public Policy
  • 79-400 Advanced Seminar in Global Studies
  • 79-420 Historical Research Seminar
  • 79-449 Ethics, History, and Public Policy Project Course

80-Philosophy

  • 80-224 Race, Gender and Science
  • 80-249 Automation, Artificial Intelligence and Society
  • 80-255 Pragmatism
  • 80-261 Empiricism and Rationalism
  • 80-276 Philosophy of Religion
  • 80-348 Health Development and Human Rights
  • 80-447 Global Justice

82-Modern Languages

  • 82-101 Elementary French I
  • 82-102 Elementary French II
  • 82-103 Elementary French I Online
  • 82-104 Elementary French II Online
  • 82-111 Elementary Arabic I
  • 82-112 Elementary Arabic II
  • 82-114 Arabic for Global Exchange Online
  • 82-115 Arabic for Oral Communication
  • 82-119 Arabic Calligraphy Culture & Skills
  • 82-121 Elementary German I
  • 82-122 Elementary German II
  • 82-131 Elementary Chinese I
  • 82-132 Elementary Chinese II
  • 82-133 Elementary Chinese I Online
  • 82-134 Elementary Chinese II Online
  • 82-135 Elementary Chinese for Heritage Students
  • 82-137 Chinese Calligraphy Culture and Skills
  • 82-138 Comparative China: "Crazy" Linguistically Rich Asian Languages
  • 82-141 Elementary Spanish I
  • 82-142 Elementary Spanish II
  • 82-143 Elementary Spanish I Online
  • 82-144 Elementary Spanish II Online
  • 82-161 Elementary Italian I
  • 82-162 Elementary Italian II
  • 82-163 Directed Language Study – Elementary Italian
  • 82-171 Elementary Japanese I
  • 82-172 Elementary Japanese II
  • 82-191 Elementary Russian I
  • 82-192 Elementary Russian II
  • 82-200 Alternative Break Project (General)
  • 82-201 Intermediate French I
  • 82-202 Intermediate French II
  • 82-204 Intermediate French II Online
  • 82-206 Intensive French Language and Culture: Intermediate Level
  • 82-215 Introduction to Modern Arabic Literature and Culture: Arab Culture Through Film and Literature
  • 82-221 Intermediate German I
  • 82-222 Intermediate German II
  • 82-226 Intensive German Language and Culture: Intermediate Level
  • 82-231 Intermediate Chinese I
  • 82-232 Intermediate Chinese II
  • 82-234 Topics in Chinese History
  • 82-235 Intermediate Chinese for Heritage Students/Fables, Legends and Stories from Ancient Chinese Civilization
  • 82-236 Intensive Chinese Language and Culture: Intermediate Level
  • 82-238 Topics in Chinese Culture
  • 82-241 Intermediate Spanish I
  • 82-242 Intermediate Spanish II
  • 82-243 Intermediate Spanish I Online
  • 82-244 Intermediate Spanish II Online
  • 82-245 New Directions in Hispanic Studies: Death, Dope, Drag and Doctors in the 20th and 21st Century of Spanish Film
  • 82-246 Intensive Spanish Language and Culture: Intermediate Level
  • 82-252 Topics in Korean Culture
  • 82-261 Intermediate Italian I
  • 82-262 Intermediate Italian II
  • 82-271 Intermediate Japanese I
  • 82-272 Intermediate Japanese II
  • 82-273 Introduction to Japanese Language and Culture
  • 82-276 Intensive Japanese Language and Culture: Intermediate Level
  • 82-278 Japanese Film and Literature: The Art of Storytelling
  • 82-279 Anime - Visual Interplay Between Japan and the World
  • 82-280 Bilingual & Bicultural Experiences in the US
  • 82-283 Language Diversity & Cultural Identity
  • 82-284 Multicultural Pittsburgh: A Creative Media Exploration of Community, Language and Identity
  • 82-285 Podcasting: Language and Culture Through Storytelling
  • 82-286, Sections A & B Understanding Cultural Identiy
  • 82-291 Intermediate Russian I
  • 82-292 Intermediate Russian II
  • 82-293 Introduction to Russian Culture
  • 82-294 Topics in Russian Language and Culture
  • 82-303 Introduction to French Culture
  • 82-304 The Francophone World
  • 82-305 French in its Social Contexts
  • 82-306 Intensive French Language and Culture: Advanced Level
  • 82-311 Arabic Language and Culture I
  • 82-312 Arabic Language and Culture II
  • 82-320 Contemporary Society in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
  • 82-323 Germany, Austria and Switzerland in the 20th Century
  • 82-326 Intensive German Language and Culture: Advanced Level
  • 82-327 The Emergence of the German Speaking World
  • 82-331 Advanced Chinese I
  • 82-332 Advanced Chinese II
  • 82-333 Introduction to Chinese Language and Culture
  • 82-335 Chinese Culture Through Legends and Folktales
  • 82-336 Intensive Chinese Language and Culture: Advanced Level
  • 82-337 Mandarin Chinese for Oral Communication I
  • 82-338 Mandarin Chinese for Oral Communication II
  • 82-339, Business, Language, and Culture in China I
  • 82-340 Business, Language, and Culture in China II
  • 82-341 Advanced Spanish Transfer Credit
  • 82-342 Spain: Language and Culture
  • 82-343 Latin America: Language and Culture
  • 82-344 U.S. Latinos: Language and Culture
  • 82-345 Introduction to Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies
  • 82-346 Intensive Spanish Language and Culture: Advanced Level
  • 82-361 Introduction to Italian Culture
  • 82-362 Italian Language and Culture
  • 82-372 Advanced Japanese II
  • 82-376 Intensive Japanese Language and Culture: Advanced Level
  • 82-394 Russian For Heritage Speakers: Babushka's Russia and Beyond
  • 82-397 Topics in Russian Language & Culture
  • 82-406 Intensive French Language and Culture: Advanced Level Special Topics
  • 82-415 Topics in French and Francophone Studies
  • 82-416 Topics in French and Francophone Studies
  • 82-425/426 Topics in German Literature and Culture
  • 82-427 Nazi and Resistance Culture
  • 82-428 History of German Film
  • 82-433 Topics in Contemporary Culture of China
  • 82-434 Studies in Chinese Traditions
  • 82-440 Studies in Chinese Literature & Culture
  • 82-441 Studies in Peninsular Literature and Culture
  • 82-444 The Structure of Spanish
  • 82-445 US Latino Literature
  • 82-450 Advanced Research in Hispanic Language & Culture
  • 82-451 Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture
  • 82-455 Topics in Hispanic Studies
  • 82-456 Topics in Hispanic Studies
  • 82-473 Topics in Japanese Studies
  • 82-474 Topics in Japanese Studies
  • 82-499 Alternative Break Project (Language)
  • 82-501 Special Topics: French and Francophone Studies
  • 82-502 Special Topics: French and Francophone Studies
  • 82-522 Social Justice in German Graphic Novels

84-Institute for Politics and Strategy

  • 84-322 Non Violent Conflict and Revolution
  • 84-326 Theories of International Relations
  • 84-380 Grand Strategy in the United States
  • 84-386 The Privatization of Force
  • 84-388 Concepts of War and Cyber War
  • 84-389 Terrorism and Insurgency

85-Psychology

  • 85-221 Principles of Child Development
  • 85-241 Social Psychology
  • 85-251 Personality
  • 85-375 Crosscultural Psychology
  • 85-443 Social Factors and Well-Being
  • 85-444 Relationships
  • 85-446 Psychology of Gender
  • 85-501 Stress, Coping and Well-Being

88-Social and Decision Science

  • 88-260 Organizations
  • 88-326 Theories of International Relations
  • 88-357 Comparative Foreign Policy: China, Russia, and the US
  • 88-359 Globalization
  • 88-362 Diplomacy and Statecraft
  • 88-370 African Politics
  • 88-380 Dynamic Decisions
  • 88-384 Conflict and Conflict Resolution in International Relations
  • 88-387 Social Norms and Economics
  • 88-389 Terrorism and Insurgency
  • 88-408 Attitudes in the Media and Conflict in International Relations

99-CMU-wide courses

  • 99-342 Muslims in a Global Context: Europe
  • 99-343 (3 UNITS) Muslims in a Global Context
  • 99-344 Muslims in a Global Context: Muslim Migrations: Pre-Modern Era
  • 99-346 Global Health: Maternal and Child Wellness

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