College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Course Offerings

The College Online offers courses in an 8-week and 16-week format. Course offerings will vary each semester and will be posted on the official KU Schedule of Classes website. For help searching the Schedule of Classes for online offerings, please review this handout.

Online Courses in College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

(Course offerings vary per semester)

Course Class Description
AAAS 103 Introduction to Africa
AAAS 105 Introduction to African History
AAAS 320 Topics in African Studies
AAAS 325 Popular Black Music
AAAS 353 Modern and Contemporary African Art
AMS 100 Introduction to American Studies
AMS 324 Being Deviant in America
AMS/SOC 332 United States in Global Context
AMS 344 Case Study in American Studies-Sociology of Deviance
ANTH 100 General Anthropology
ANTH 102 Succeeding in Anthropology
ANTH 304 Fund of Physical Anthropology
ANTH 315 The Prehistory of Art
ANTH 360 Varieties of Human Experience
ANTH 389 Anthropology and Gender: Female Male and Beyond
ANTH 502 Topics in Anthropological Linguistics
ATMO 105 Introductory Meteorology
ATMO 220 Unusual Weather
ATMO/GEOG 321 Climate and Climate Change
BIOL 240 Fundamentals of Human Anatomy
BIOL 246 Principles of Human Physiology
CLSX 148 Greek and Roman Mythology
CLSX 332 Sc Word Power: Greek & Latin in Science
COMS 130 Speaker-Audience Communication
COMS 210 Communication Organizational & Professional Context
COMS 230 Fundamentals of Debate
COMS 235 Introduction to Rhetoric and Social Influence
COMS 246 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
COMS 310 Introduction to Organizational Communication
COMS 320 Communication on the Internet
COMS 539 Argumentation
COMS 544 Advance Interpersonal Communication: Theories & Research
EALC 331 Modern Korean Art & Culture
ECIV 104 Eastern Civilizations
ECON 104 Introductory Economics
ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing
ENGL 203 Topics in Reading and Writing
ENGL 209 Introduction to Fiction
ENGL 210 Introduction to Poetry
ENGL/GIST 306 Global Environmental Literature
ENGL 330 Literary History II
ENGL 332 Shakespeare
ENGL 362 Foundations of Technical Writing
EVRN/GEOG 148 Scientific Principles Environmental Studies
EVRN 332 Environmental Law
EVRN/SOC 385 Environmental Sociology
EVRN 611 Water Quality, Land Use and Watershed Ecology
FREN 107 Elementary French I for Professions
GEOG 102 Principles of Human Geography
GEOG 104 Principles of Physical Geography
GEOG 148 Scientific Principles of Environmental Studies
GEOL 105 History of the Earth
GEOL 171 Earthquakes and Natural Disasters
GEOL 302 Oceanography
GEOL 548 Geology and Culture of Polynesia
GIST/SOC 529 Globalization
HA 100/300 Introduction to Western Art History
HA 315 The Prehistory of Art
HA 330 Italian Renaissance Art
HA 353 Modern and Contemporary African Art
HA 363 Modern Korean Art & Culture
HA 390/590 Special Study in African Art
HA 393 Special Study in Medieval Art
HAIT 120 Elementary Haitian II
HIST 104 Intro to African History
HIST 124 Latin American Culture and Society
HUM 204 Western Civilization I
HUM 205 Western Civilization II
HUM 348 American Indian and White Relations to 1865
HUM 552 Foodways:  Latin America
JWSH 107 Jews, Christians, Muslims
KICH 110 Elementary Quichua
LA&S 325 Career Transitions
LA&S 470 Job Search Skills Liberal Arts & Sciences Major
LA&S 475 Professional Career Management
LA&S 485 Global Career Management
LA&S 490 Internship Exploration
LA&S 494 Senior Seminar in Liberal Arts & Sciences
LAA 302 Topics in Latin American Area Studies
LAA 315 Latin American Film, Music, and Arts
LAT 496 Honors Essay in Latin
LDST 201 Introduction to Leadership
LING 320 Language in Culture and Society
LING 491 Topics in Linguistics
MATH 101 College Algebra
MATH 105 Introduction to Topics in Math
MATH 115 Calculus I
MATH 116 Calculus II
MATH 365 Elementary Statistics
PHIL 148 Reason and Argument
PHIL 360 Moral Issues in Business
PHIL 368 Moral Issues in Sports
PHIL 380 Environmental Ethics
PHSX 201 Calculus Supplementary College Physics I
PHSX 202 Calculus Supplementary College Physics II
POLS 102 Introduction to Political Science as a Career
POLS 110 Introduction to U.S. Politics
POLS 310 Contemporary Issues in U.S. Politics
PSYC 102 Orientation Seminar Psychology
PSYC 104 General Psychology
PSYC 210 Statistics Psychological Research
PSYC 318 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 350 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 375 Cognitive Neuroscience
PSYC 465 Stereotypes & Prejudice Across Cultures
PSYC 483 Undergrad Internship Psychology
PSYC 595 Eating and Weight Disorders
PSYC 598 Positive Psychology
PUAD 639 Concepts of Civil Society
SLAV 330 Russian Business Culture
SLAV 508 South Slavic Literature & Civilization
SOC 220 Sociology of Families
SOC 425 Sociology of Global Health
SOC 621 Cross-Cultural Sociology
SOC 660 Sociology of Mental Illness
SPAN 101 Orientation Semester of Spanish and Portuguse
SPAN 332 Spanish Grammar: Form and Meaning in Context
SPAN 429 Spanish Phonetics
SPLH 261 Survey Communication Disorders
SPLH 464 Undergraduate Seminar in Speech-Language-Hearing
SPLH 465 Fundamentals of Clinical Phonetics
UYGR 202 Intermediate Uyghur II
WGSS 101 Introduction Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
WGSS 327 Perspectives Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender
WGSS 333 Politics of Physical Appearance
WGSS 530 Sex and Gender in New Media
WGSS 563 Gender, Sexuality and the Law

The College Online in Summer

Summer classes are a great way to boost progress toward your degree. Summer courses are primarily 8-weeks, although some are offered in 4-weeks.