GSCD Courses

Fall 2018 GSCD Courses

The following sociology courses double-count toward the requirements for both the sociology and international studies majors. Additional approved courses can be found on the International Studies Program website.

Course Counts As
230.101 Introduction to Sociology IS Gateway Course for GSCD students only
230.109 Hot Topics in Education AP for GSCD only
230.150 Issues in International Development Gateway Course, (IR, CP, Econ for GSCD only)
230.195 Exploring Baltimore AP for GSCD only
230.202 Research Methods Required for GSCD Students (counts as IS focus area course)
230.205 Introduction to Social Statistics Required for GSCD Students (counts as IS focus area course)
230.213 Social Theory Required for GSCD Students (fulfills PT requirement)
230.221 Global Social Change IR, Econ
230.228 Colonialism in Asia Comparative Politics (CP) or Global History/NWH
230.244 Race and Ethnicity in American Society American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.313 Space, Place, Poverty and Race American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
362.314 Police and Prisons in Comparative Perspective CP, (Global History/NWH for GSCD only)
230.316 African American Family American Politics (AP)
230.335 Medical Humanitarianism IR
230.341 Sociology of Health and Illness American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.351 Capitalism, Development, and Resistance in South Korea CP, Global History/NWH
230.363 Sociology of Dispossession CP, Global History/NWH, IR, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.369 Sociology of Economic Life Econ, PT
230.370 Housing and Homelessness American Politics (AP)
230.385 Schooling, Racial Inequality, & Public Policy in America American Politics (AP)
230.393 Global Health and Human Rights IR
230.397 The Political Economy of Drugs and Drug Wars Econ, CP, IR, Global History/NWH
310.402 Labor Politics in China CP (Econ and Global History/NWH for GSCD only)

Spring 2018 GSCD Courses

Course Counts As
230.101 Introduction to Sociology IS Gateway Course for GSCD students only
230.147 Introduction to Islam since 1800 CP, NWHST, Global History
230.150 Issues in International Development Gateway Course, IR, CP, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.202 Research Methods for the Social Sciences Required for GSCD Students
362.207 Race and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective AP, CP
230.213 Social Theory Required for GSCD Students, PT
230.222 Land, Labor, Environmental Rights and Struggles in Contemporary Africa CP
230.265 Research Tools for Global Sociology & Development Required for GSCD Students, IR
230.275 Revolution, Reform, and Social Inequality in China CP, NWHST, Global History
230.324 Gender and International Development CP or IR, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.325 Global Social Change and Development Practicum Required for GSCD Students, CP
230.335 Medical Humanitarianism IR
230.341 Sociology of Health and Illness AP for GSCD only
230.346 Economic Sociology of Latin America CP, Econ, NWHST, Global History
230.352 Chinese Diaspora: Networks and Identity (formerly 230.217) NWHST, Global History
230.375 Nations, States, and Boundaries IR, NWHST, Global History
230.378 Refugees, Human Rights, and Sovereignty IR, NWHST, Global History
230.382 Revolution, Reform, and Resistance: India in World-Historical Perspective CP, NWHST, Global History
230.398 In Our Backyard: Housing and Community Change in Baltimore AP for GSCD only
230.435 The China Boom CP, Econ
230.440 Port Cities and Historical Capitalism in Maritime Asia IR, NWHST, Global History

Fall 2017 GSCD Courses

Course Counts As
230.101 Introduction to Sociology IS Gateway Course for GSCD students only
230.150 Issues in International Development Gateway Course, IR, CP, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.175 Chinese Revolutions Comparative Politics (CP) or Global History
230.205 Introduction to Social Statistics Required for GSCD Students
230.213 Social Theory Required for GSCD Students (fulfills Political Theory requirement)
230.221 Global Social Change International Relations, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.228 Colonialism in Asia Comparative Politics (CP) or Global History
230.244 Race and Ethnicity in American Society American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.255 Men & Women in Society American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.265 Research Tools for Global Sociology & Development Required for GSCD Students, IR
230.324 Gender and International Development CP or IR, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.332 Race, Racism and Racial Privilege American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.341 Sociology of Health and Illness American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230. 343 Political Sociology of Latin America Comparative Politics (CP) or Global History
230.362 Migration and Development CP or IR, (Econ for GSCD only)
230.370 Housing and Homelessness American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
230.385 Schooling, Racial Inequality, & Public Policy in America American Politics (AP) for GSCD only
363.328 Gender/Sexuality, Postcolonialism, & Global Capitalism: Feminist Inquiries from Asian Perspective Comparative Politics or Global History
230.445 Sociology of Religion Comparative Politics or Global History or PT

Spring 2017 GSCD Courses

Course Counts As
230.101 Introduction to Sociology Gateway course for GSCD students only
230.150 Issues in International Development Political Science gateway course, or CP/Comparative Sociology or IR/Global Sociology or Economics/Economic Sociology (ECON for GSCD students only)
230.202 Research Methods for the Social Sciences Required for GSCD Students
230.223 Housing and Homelessness in the United States AP/American Sociology
230.244 Race and Ethnicity in American Society AP/American Sociology
230.265 Research Tools and Technologies for the Social Sciences Required for GSCD Students
230.316 African American Family AP/American Sociology
230.325 Global Social Change and Development Practicum Required for GSCD Students
230.336 Family, Gender and Sexuality in China History/Historical Sociology or CP/Comparative Sociology
230.346 Economic Sociology of Latin America CP/Comparative Sociology or History/Historical Sociology or Economics/Economic Sociology
230.361 Class and Culture AP/American Sociology
230.395 Contemporary Social Theory CP/Comparative Sociology or Political Theory
230.415 Social Problems in Contemporary China CP/Comparative Sociology
230.440 Port Cities and Historical Capitalism in Maritime Asia IR/Global Sociology or CP/Comparative Sociology or History/Historical Sociology

See approved courses for past semesters.