Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

For a comprehensive program list of all majors visit bellarmine.lmu.edu.

  • African American Studies
    • Introduction to African American Studies
    • Black Cultural Arts
    • African American Studies Research Methods
    • African American History
  • Asian and Pacific Studies
    • Asian Civilizations
    • Modern Asia: China, Japan, and Korea since 1600
    • Study of an Asian language (competence expected is the equivalent of a one-year study, i.e., 8 semester hours). Native speakers of an Asian language may be exempted from the language requirement but will be strongly encouraged to study another language.
  • Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies
    • Introduction to Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies
    • Chicana/o Cultural Production
    • Introduction to Chicana/o, Latina/o Literature
    • Chicana/o History
  • Classics and Archaeology
    • Elementary Greek or Latin or Biblical Hebrew or Egyptian Hieroglyphics
    • Elementary Greek II or Latin II or Readings in Classical Hebrew or Introduction to Near Eastern Languages
    • Survey of the Ancient World
    • Myth or Religion
    • Art and Archaeology
  • Economics
    • Introductory Economics or
    • Introductory Microeconomics and Introductory Macroeconomics
    • Introductory Statistics or Accelerated Introductory Statistics
    • Calculus for Business or Calculus I
    • Intermediate Microeconomics
    • Econometrics
    • Calculus II
    • Intermediate Macroeconomics
    • Calculus III
  • English
    • 2 Courses from: 
      • Genres: Drama
      • Genres: Poetry
      • Genres: Fiction
      • Language of Journalism
      • Special Studies in Genres
    • 2 courses from:
      • Histories: British Literature I
      • Histories: British Literature II
      • Special Studies in Histories
  • Environmental Studies
    • Introduction to Environmental Science
    • Introduction to Environmental Studies
    • Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
    • Urban Analysis
  • French
    • French 1
    • French 2
    • French 3
    • French 4
    • Writing Workshop in French
  • History

     

    • 16 semester hours of lower division courses (1 course must be History seminar, 3 lower division History courses)

     

  • Humanities
    • 8 semester hours from:
      • Foundations of Western Art
      • Art and Society: Early Christian to Early Modern
      • Modernism
    • 3 semester hours in Studio or Performance Arts
    • 8 semester hours from one of the following language sequences:
      • Chinese 3 and 4
      • German 3 and 4
      • French 3 and 4
      • Italian 3 and 4
      • Japanese 3 and 4
      • Intermediate Modern Greek 1 and 2
      • Spanish 3 and 4
  • International Relations
    • Comparative Politics
    • International Relations
    • Empirical Approaches
    • Foundations of Political Theory
    • Foreign Language I
    • Introductory Economics
    • Lower Division History Course
  • Liberal Studies
    • History: Becoming America
    • Visual Arts for the Elementary Educator
    • Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
    • Philosophical Inquiry
    • Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
    • General Psychology
    • Premodern World History
    • Teaching and Learning in Diverse Communities
    • Creating and Leading Effective Classroom Environments
    • Experimenting in Science I
    • Modern World History
    • Language Theory and Pedagogy: Second Language Acquisition
    • Multiple Ways of Knowing and Showing: Music and Dance
    • Experimenting in Science II
  • Modern Languages
    • 20-24 semester hours- consisting of a selection of courses in two languages/concentrations from:
      • Chinese 1,2,3,4
      • French 1,2,3
      • German 1,2,3,4
      • Italian 1,2,3, 4
      • Spanish 1,2,3, Stylistics and Composition

     

     

  • Philosophy
    • Philosophical Inquiry
    • Symbolic Logic
    • Medieval Philosophy
    • Ancient Philosophy
  • Political Science
    • Two of the following three courses:
      • US Politics
      • Comparative Politics
      • International Relations
    • Foundations of Political Theory
    • Empirical Approaches
  • Psychology
    • General Psychology
    • Statistical Methods for Psychology
    • Research Methods
    • Brain and Behavior
  • Sociology
    • Principles of Sociology
    • Qualitative Research Methods
    • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Spanish
    • Spanish 1
    • Spanish 2
    • Spanish 3 or
      Spanish 3 for Latino Students
    • Spanish Stylistics and Composition
  • Theology
    • Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: Theology, History, Interpretation or
      New Testament Contexts
    • Exploring the Catholic Theological Tradition or
      Comparative Theology
    • World Religions of Los Angeles
  • Urban Studies
    • The Urban World
    • Urban Analysis
    • Qualitative Research Methods
    • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Women’s and Gender Studies
    • Gender and Social Movements
    • Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Contemporary Society
    • Women in Global Communities or
      Women's Bodies, Health, and Sexuality