Eligible Courses

These Fall 2022 undergraduate courses are eligible to be counted toward the Undergraduate Certificate. Cross-listed courses are listed only once. Some encompass more than one Zone, though for the purposes of the distribution requirement, you can count them only once. Graduate-level courses with a MDVL number may also be counted toward the Certificate. If you have questions about whether and how a course might count, please speak to a Certificate Adviser. For previous Certificate-eligible courses, see the course archive

Anthropology

ANTH 232 Ancient Civilizations of the Andes 
ANTH 264 Aztec Archaeology and Ethnohistory 

East Asian Languages and Literatures

EALL 200 The Chinese Tradition (Zone 1: E Asia)

English

ENGL 150 Old English (Zone 4: Europe)
ENGL 200 Laboring through the Middle Ages (Zone 4: Europe)

History

HIST 210 Early Middle Ages, 284-1000 (Zone 4: Europe)
HIST 219 Jewish History and Thought to Early Modern Times (Zone 3 or 4)
HIST 232J Medieval Jews, Christians and Muslims in Conversation (Zone 3 or 4)
HIST 280 The Catholic Intellectual Tradition (Zone 4: Europe)
HIST 290 Russia from the Ninth Century to 1801 (Zone 4: Europe)
HIST 321  China from Present to Past (Zone 1: E Asia)

History of Art

HSAR 119 Introduction to the History of Art: Asian Art and Culture (Zone 1: E Asia)
HSAR 273 The Art of Gothic Cathedrals (Zone 4: Europe)
HSAR 275 The Body in Indian Art (Zone 2: S/C Asia)
HSAR 326  History of Architecture to 1750

Italian Studies
ITAL 310 Dante in Translation (Zone 4: Europe)
 
Music
MUSI 240 Performance of Early Music (Zone 4: Europe)
MUSI 455  A History of Music Notation (Zone 4: Europe)
 
Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
NELC 128 From Gilgamesh to Persepolis (Zone 3: Near East)
NELC 156 Classics of the Arabic-Islamic World (Zone 3: Near East)
NELC 325 The Education of Princes: Medieval Advice Literature of Rulership and Counsel (Zone 3: Near East)
 
Religious Studies
RLST 287 Islamic Theology and Philosophy (Zone 3: Near East)
RLST 321  Hindus and Muslims in South Asia (Zone 2: South and Central Asia)