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ALL GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES CURRENT AS OF 6-23-17
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CollegeSeatsCourse Code and Number:Course TitleCross-Listed Depts.Grand ChallengeFirst Full OutcomeSecond Full Outcome
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AS60AAF 239Leadership in the African DiasporaNoA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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CELS30AFS 105GAFS 105G, Food from the Sea (3 crs.) Introduction to capture fisheries and aquaculture and their contribution to food supply, methods of production, environmental and ecological considerations, practices employed, processing, and marketing, with a regional New England focus. (Lec. 3) (A1)YesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS100AFS 132G, 132GH, & (132 & 132H)Sustainable Agriculture, Food Systems, and SocietyAVS, PLSYesA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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AS25AME 204Introduction to American StudiesNoB1. Write EffectivelyC3. Diversity and Inclusion
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AS100-290APG 201Human OriginsNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical DisciplinesB4. Information Literacy
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AS160APG 202Introduction to ArchaeologyNoA2. Social & Behavioral SciencesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS300APG 203Introduction to Cultural AnthropologyNoA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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AS50ARB 111Intensive Beginning Arabic INoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS50ARB 112Intensive Beginning Arabic IINoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS25ARB 120ARB 120, Arabic for Heritage Learners (4 crs.) Arabic course targeted at students with an existing background in Arabic. Improve communication skills, reading and writing in spoken and written Arabic. Equivalent to ARB 111 and ARB 112. Not open to students with credit in ARB 111 or 112. (C2) (A3)NoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS25ARB 211Intensive Intermediate Arabic INoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS36ART 105ART 105, 4D (Time Based) Studio I (3 crs.) Introduction to 4D (time-based) digital design projects for on-line display, live performances, and installations with focus on the production of digital forms of animation, video, photo, sound, and interactivity. (Lec. 1, Studio 2) (A4)NoA4. Arts & Design
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AS460ART (ARH) 120Introduction to ArtNoA3. Humanities
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AS140ART (ARH) 251 & 251HIntro to the History of Art: Ancient to MedievalNoA3. Humanities
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AS140ART (ARH) 252 & 251HIntroduction to the History of ArtNoA3. Humanities
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AS200ART 101Two Dimensional Studio INoA4. Arts & Design
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AS110ART 103Three-dimensional DesignNoA4. Arts & Design
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AS160ART 207Beginning DrawingNoA4. Arts & Design
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AS360AST 108Introductory Astronomy: Stars and GalaxiesNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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AS360AST 118Introductory Astronomy: The Solar SystemNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS1200AVS 101Introduction to Animal ScienceNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS1200BIO 101 & 101HPrinciples of Biology INoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS400BIO 102Principles of Biology IINoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS1200BIO 103Principles of Biology Laboratory INoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS400BIO 104Principles of Biology Laboratory IINoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS128BIO 105Biology for Daily LifeNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS25BIO 181GThe Information Age: From Politics to MedicineYesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS/AS50BIO/APG 282GBIO/APG 282G Sapiens: The changing Nature of Human Evolution (3 crs.) Study of human origins and history in order to understand Homo sapiens as a significant cause of evolutionary change, including an in-depth description of our widespread influence on Earth's systems. (Lec. 3) Pre: Sophomore or higher standing. (A1) (C2) (GC)APGYesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical DisciplinesC2. Global Responsibilities
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CELS40-80BIO 396Biology and SocietyNoD1. Integrate and ApplyB4. Information Literacy
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COE60BME 484Biomedical Engineering Capstone Design INoD1. Integrate and Apply
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COE60BME 485Biomedical Engineering Capstone Design IINoD1. Integrate and Apply
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PHARM60BPS 201How Drugs WorkNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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PHARM40BPS 203Herbal Medicines & Functional FoodsNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical DisciplinesB4. Information Literacy
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BUS20BUS 104GHBUS 104GH Tackling Grand Social and Ecological Challenges (3 crs.) Honors Section. Introduces concepts, approaches, and skills (e.g. system thinking, social entrepreneurship, and negotiation) to tackle grand challenges. Students gain practice with projects defining intervention proposals to tackle a grand challenge locally. (Lec. 3) Pre: Taken concurrently with URI 100. (A2) (C1) (GC)YesA2. Social & Behavioral SciencesC1. Civic Knowledge and Responsibilities
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BUS400BUS 111Intro Business Analysis and ApplicationsNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies
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BUS360BUS 445 & 445HStrategic ManagementNoD1. Integrate and Apply
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COE50CHE 452 (352)Plant Design & Economics IINoD1. Integrate and ApplyC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS1400CHM 101General Chemistry Lecture INoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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AS1000CHM 103Introductory Chemistry LectureNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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AS150CHN 101 & 101HBeginning Chinese INoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS100CHN 102Beginning Chinese IINoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS40CHN 103Intermediate Chinese INoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS20CHN 111 & 111HHonors Section - Beginning Chinese INoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS40CHN 112Intensive Beginning ChineseNoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS40CHN 112HHonors Section: Intensive Beginning ChineseNoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS25CHN 113Intensive Intermediate Chinese INoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 113HHonors Section: Intermediate Chinese INoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS25CHN 114Intensive Intermediate Chinese IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 114HHonors Section: Intensive Intermediate Chinese IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 205 & 205HComposition and ConversationNoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 206Conversation & Composition IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS40CHN 215Intensive Conversation & Composition INoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS40CHN 215HHonors Section: Intensive Conversation and Composition INoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 216Intenvise Composition and Conversation IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 216HHonors Section: Intensive Conversation and Composition IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesA3. Humanities
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AS20CHN 306Advanced Composition & Conversation IINoC2. Global ResponsibilitiesB4. Information Literacy
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AS100CLA 391Ancient Laughter: The Comic Tradition in Greece and RomeNoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS20CLA 395Greek Mythology: Gods, Heroes, and HumansNoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS100CLA 396Greek Mythology: Myths of RomeNoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS100CLA 397Greek Myth and TragedyNoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS4CLA 497Directed StudyNoB4. Information LiteracyC2. Global Responsibilities
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CELS400CMB 190 BCH 190Issues in BiotechnologyAFS, CMB, NRS, PLSNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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CELS50CMB 260GSequencing Our Genomes: From Ancestry to DiseaseYesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical DisciplinesB4. Information Literacy
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CHS80CMD 493GCultural and Linguistic Diversity in Communicative DisordersYesC3. Diversity and Inclusion
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AS3220COM 100 & 100HCommunication FundamentalsNoB2. Communicate Effectively
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AS50COM 108GSpaceship EarthSUSYesB4. Information LiteracyC1. Civic Knowledge and Responsibilities
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AS20-80COM 243GCOM 243G Advertising and Consumerism (3 crs.) Critical studies course examining the role of advertising in American consumerism. Course examines the strategies of the adverting industry as well as its effects on our personal, cultural, global, and environmental landscapes. (A2) (GC)YesA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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AS50COM 460Environmental Communication: Local & GlobalSUSNoC1. Civic Knowledge and ResponsibilitiesB4. Information Literacy
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CELS40CPL 202 / GEG 202Introductory Urban Geography: Understanding CitiesGEGNoA2. Social & Behavioral SciencesC1. Civic Knowledge and Responsibilities
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AS550CSC 101Computing ConceptsNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (Mathematics)B4. Information Literacy
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AS100CSC 104CSC 104 Puzzles + Games = Analytical Thinking (4 crs.) Cross-listed as (CSC), MTH 104. Introduces mathematical problem solving and computational thinking through puzzles and games. Students work in small groups on activities to enhance their analytic abilities. Topics include numbers, probability, logic, algorithms, and graphs. (Lec. 4) Pre: High school mathematics. No programming required. (B3)MTHNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (Mathematics)
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AS170CSC 106 & 106HThe Joy of ProgrammingNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (Mathematics)
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AS70CSC 201Introduction to Computer ProgrammingNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (Mathematics)
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COE40CVE 325GConnecting Dots: The Water-Energy-Health NexusYesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical DisciplinesC2. Global Responsibilities
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COE60CVE 498Civil Engineering Design IINoD1. Integrate and Apply
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AS1850ECN 201 & 201HPrinciples of Economics: MicroeconomicsNoA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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AS15ECN 202Principles of Economics: MacroeconomicsNoA2. Social & Behavioral SciencesC1. Civic Knowledge and Responsibilities
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HSS450EDC 102 & 102HEDC 102 Introduction to American Education (3 crs.) Introduction to the fundamental structure, functions, and problems of American education. Emphasis on education as both a sociocultural phenomenon, and an embodiment of philosophical commitments. Information Literacy and Diversity and Inclusion focus. (Lec. 2, Rec. 1) (C3) (B4)NoC3. Diversity and InclusionB4. Information Literacy
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HSS30EDC 103GEDC 103G EDUCATION AND SOCIAL JUSTIC (3 crs.) Focusing on race, cultural diversity, socio-economic status, disabilities, and sexual orientation, this course will facilitate students’ examination of their own stereotypes to analyze how to be a social justice advocate. (Lec. 3) (B4) (C3) (GC)YesB4. Information LiteracyC3. Diversity and Inclusion
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CEPS100EDC 304EDC 304, Jumpstart Seminar (3 crs.) JumpStart Seminar is a three credit hybrid seminar taken concurrently with a field experience in both fall and spring semesters. Pre: permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in JumpStart URI. Open to all majors. (B2) (A2)NoB2. Communicate EffectivelyA2. Social and Behavioral Sciences
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HSS360EDC 312Psychology of LearningNoA2. Social & Behavioral SciencesB4. Information Literacy
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HSS75EDC 429EDC 429 STORYTELLING IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY (3 crs.) Children's literature selections applied to storytelling and creative dramatics addressing equality, GLBT, ecology, and peace in a global, multicultural society. Active student engagement in groups and as storytellers. (Lec.3) Pre: Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students from all disciplines, university-wide. (B2)NoB2. Communicate Effectively
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CELSEEC 105Introduction to Resource EconomicsNoA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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CELS50EEC 345GEEC 345G Sustainable Development, Trade and the Environment (3 crs.) To understand the relationship between economic development, international trade and the environment. Topics include sustainable development, trade policies and the environment, climate change and development, and institutions for managing the commons. (Lec. 3) Pre: EEC 105 or ECN 201 or permission of instructor. (C2) (B4) (GC)YesC2. Global ResponsibilitiesB4. Information Literacy
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CELS50EEC 350GSustainable Energy: Economics and PolicyNoYesA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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CELS45EEC 352GEEC 352 Economics of Small-Scale Renewable Energy Systems (3 crs.) This course provides tools to evaluate opportunities and challenges in the transformation from fossil fuels to renewable energy at the scale of individual buildings and other small scale energy systems. (Lec. 3) Pre: EEC 105 or ECN 201 or permission of instructor. (A2) YES - 4/20/17; NoA2. Social & Behavioral Sciences
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CELS40EEC 355Economics of Climate ChangeNoB3. Mathematical, Statistical, or Computational Strategies (Mathematics)B4. Information Literacy
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COE500EGR 105 & 105HFoundations of Engineering I (1 cr.)NoA4. Arts & Design
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COE400EGR 106 & 106HFoundations of Engineering II (2 crs.)NoA4. Arts & Design
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COE250EGR 133Artifacts in Modern SocietyNoA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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COE35EGR 213GEGR 213G Energy and Environment (3 crs.) Technical, social, and environmental aspects of energy, including energy and the society, energy policy, global challenges of energy, energy systems (fossil fuels, renewables, storage), and environmental pollution of energy systems. (Lec. 3) Pre: MTH 111 or permission of instructor. (A1) (GC)YesA1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical Disciplines
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COE50ELE 480Capstone Design INoD1. Integrate and Apply
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AS350ENG 105ENG 105 Introduction to Creative Writing (4 crs.) Introduction to basic principles of reading and writing poetry, fiction, and nonfiction (may also substitute genres to include drama and/or screenwriting). (Lec. 3. Project 3/Online). (A3) (B1)NoA3. HumanitiesB1. Write Effectively
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AS770ENG 110Introduction to LiteratureNoA3. HumanitiesB1. Write Effectively
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AS490-700ENG 160Literatures of the WorldCLSNoA3. HumanitiesC2. Global Responsibilities
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AS900-1000ENG 243The Short StoryNoA3. HumanitiesB1. Write Effectively
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AS105ENG 242U.S. Literature IINoA3. HumanitiesC3. Diversity and Inclusion
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