FIG Related Courses

Following are a series of related courses for each of our FIG offerings. These related courses are provided by previous FAs of each FIG who have experience with various courses related to their FIGs. This can act as a great guide to continue studying the theme of your FIG after your first term!

Art, Culture, and Comics: ENG 280 & AAD 252

  • AAD 250: Art & Human Values
  • AAD 251: Arts & Visual Literacy
  • FLR 255: Folkore & US Pop Culture
  • ENG 385: Graphic Narratives & Cultural Theory
  • AAD 312: Arts Management
  • ENG 381: Film, Media, and Culture

Our Storied Past: SCAN 259 & ANTH 163

  • ANTH 161: Intro to Cultural Anthropology
  • SCAN 251: Text and Interpretation
  • HIST 103: Western Civilization
  • LING 201: Language & Power
  • ENG 423: The Age of Beowulf
  • CLAS 301: Greek & Roman Epic
  • HUM 300: Themes in Humanities
  • HIST 320: High Middle Ages Europe

Portable Life Museum: AAD 252 & ART 101

  • AAD 250: Art & Human Values
  • WGS 199: Art & Activism
  • WGS 201: Intro to Queer Studies
  • WGS 303: Women & Gender in American History
  • WGS 321: Feminist Perspective
  • AAD 421: Cultural Programming

Stories We Tell: SCAN 251 & PHIL 130

  • PHIL 123: Internet Society & Philosophy
  • PHIL 211: Existentialism
  • FLR 235: Folklore & The Supernatural
  • SCAN 343: Norse Mythology
  • GER 354: German Gender Studies
  • SCAN 315: Nordic Cinema

The Joke’s on You: J 201 & PSY 202

  • PSY 201: Mind and Brain
  • J 100: Media Professions
  • J 101: Grammar for Communication
  • J 314: Intro to Media Studies
  • J 320: Gender, Media, & Diversity
  • PSY 307: Personality

The Spanish-Speaking World in Comics: ENG 280 & SPAN 150

  • ENG 109: World Literature
  • ENG 243: Intro Chicano/Latino Literature
  • SPAN 101: 1st Year Spanish
  • ENG 385: Graphic Narratives & Cultural Theory
  • SPAN 303: Expresiones Artisticas
  • SPAN 341: Hispanic Cultural Literature I

War and Peace: RUSS 204 & HIST 240

  • RUSS 240: Russian Culture
  • HIST 245: Russia, America, & the World
  • GEOG 204: Geography of Russia & Neighbors
  • ANTH 284: Warfare in Human Evolution
  • HIST 346: Imperial Russia
  • RUSS 331: Russian Short Story
  • HIST 388: Vietnam War & the United States

Animal Behavior: ANTH 171 & BI 132

  • ANTH 173: Evolution of Human Sexuality
  • ANTH 270: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • BI 211: General Bio I: Cells
  • BI 380: Evolution
  • BI 390: Animal Behavior
  • ANTH 463: Primate Behavior

Human Genome: CH 221 & CH 227

  • HPHY 112: Science of Health*
  • BI 122: Intro to Human Genetics*
  • BI 123: Biology of Cancer
  • BI 140: Science, Policy, & Biology*
  • HPHY 212: Evidence, Interference, & Biostatistics
  • BI 358: Investigations in Medical Physiology
  • BI 410: Intro to Programming Biology
  • BI 423: Human Molecular Genetics
  • BI 424: Advanced Molecular Genetics
  • BI 427: Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases
  • CH 464: RNA Biochemistry
  • BI 486: Population Genetics*
  • BI 493: Genomic Approaches & Analysis*
  • HC 441H: Who Am I? A Genetic Inquiry*
  • BI 320: Molecular Genetics

Humans: An Origin Story: ANTH 270 & SOC 204

  • ANTH 280: Intro Language & Culture
  • ANTH 170: Intro Human Origins
  • SOC 207: Social Inequality
  • ANTH 330: Hunters & Gatherers
  • ANTH 361: Human Evolution
  • SOC 310: Development of Sociology

Speak Your Mind: LING 101 & PSY 201

  • LING 295: Child Language (Pre-Approved Elective for LING Minor)
  • LING 294: Language, Culture and Society (Pre-Approved Elective for LING Minor)
  • KOR 101: First-Year Korean
  • PSY 302: Scientific Thinking
  • PSY 304: Biosychology (core course for PSY major)
  • PHIL 425: Philosophy of Language (pre-approved elective for LING major)

The Far Side: BI 132 & PSY 201

  • BI 150: The Ocean Planet
  • PSY 202: Mind and Society
  • PS 109: Politics Scienc & Body
  • BI 357: Marine Biology
  • BI 390: Animal Behavior
  • PSY 304: Biopsychology
  • ANTH 376: Genomics and Anthropology

(Anti)Social Media: AAD 251 & J 201

  • AAD 250: Art & Human Values
  • J 100: Media Professions
  • AAD 252: Art & Gender
  • J 387: Media History
  • J 314: Intro to Media Studies
  • AAD 301: Understanding Arts

Breaking the Wall: GER 221 & PSY 202

  • GER 222: Voices of Dissent in Germany
  • GER 251: Sexuality (German Culture and Thought)
  • PSY 201: Mind and Brain
  • GER 361: Literary Movements
  • GER 351: Diversity in Germany
  • PSY 306: Social Psychology

Face to Face: SOC 204 & J 201

  • PSY 202: Mind and Society
  • J 100: Media Professions
  • PPPM 280: Intro to the Nonprofit Sector
  • J 350: Principles of Public Relations
  • SOC 355: Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 380: Intro to Deviance, Control and Crime

Human Hierarchies: SOC 204 & WGS 101

  • WGS 201: Intro to Queer Studies
  • ES 101: Intro to Ethnic Studies
  • SOC 207: Social Inequality
  • SOC 355: Sociology of Gender
  • ANTH 315: Gen/Folk/Inequality
  • WGS 303: Women & Gender American History

Tomato Tomäto: LING 201 & SOC 204

  • J 201: Media and Society
  • WGS 101: Intro Wom & Gender St
  • PS 106: Power, Politics & Inequality
  • PSY 380: Psychology of Gender
  • SOC 301: American Society
  • SOC 313: Social Issues & Movements

Changing World, Changing Roles: GER 251 & CAS 101H

  • GER 222: Voices of Dissent
  • GER 101: 1st Year German
  • GER 223: Multicultural Society
  • GER 354: German Gender Studies
  • HIST 303: Modern Europe
  • HIST 420: The Idea of Europe

Education Revolution: EDST 111 & ES 101

  • ES 254: Intro to Chicano/Latino Studies
  • ES 252: Intro to Asian American Studies
  • PHIL 399: Teaching Middle-School Children Philosophy
  • WGS 303: Women and Gender American History
  • ES 301: Theoretical Perspectives

Hidden History: HIST 201 & ES 101

  • CAS 101H: Reacting to the Past
  • HIST 202: Building the US
  • HIST 248: Latinos in Americas
  • HIST308: Hist of Women in the US
  • ES 352: Soc Equ & Crim Justice
  • ES 407: Seminar Nat Amer+Afr Amer

Hip Hop & Politics of Race: MUS 360 & ES 101

  • ES 250: Intro to African-American Studies
  • MUS 151: Popular Songwriting
  • MUS 270: History of the Blues
  • MUS 250: Popular Music Global Context
  • MUS 349: American Ethnic & Protest Music
  • MUS 407: Seminar Popular Music Studies
  • MUS 345M: Music, Politics, & Race
  • MUS 359: Music of the Americas

Just Futures: ENVS 203 & ES 101

  • AAD 250: Art and Values
  • PHIL 102: Ethics
  • ES 199: Student Organizing
  • ENVS 345: Environmental Ethics
  • PS 375: Race, Politics, & Law
  • ES 352: Social Equality and Social Justice

Justice Matters: PHIL 307 & PS 201

  • PHIL 103: Critical Reasoning
  • PS 260: Public Policy & Democracy
  • PS 204: Intro Comparative Politics
  • LAW 301: Youth & Social Change
  • INTL 360: International Cooperation and Conflict
  • PS 347: Political Power/Influence/Control

Social Progress, Social Change: ES 101 & WGS 101

  • ES 250: Intro to African-American Studies
  • ES 256: Intro to Native American Studies
  • WGS 201: Intro to Queer Studies
  • ES 345: Music, Politics, & Race
  • PS 375: Race, Politics, & Law
  • J 320: Gender, Media, & Diversity
  • ES 352: Social Equity & Criminal Justice

Twelve Bars From Freedom: ES 352 & MUS 270

  • ES 101: Intro to Ethnic Studies
  • MUS 265: Rock History 1965-Present
  • MUS 250: Popular Music Global Context
  • PS 375: Race, Politics, & Law
  • ES 310: Media and Race
  • MUS 345M: Music, Politics, & Race

Chemistry in Nature: CH 221 & CH 227

  • ENVS 201: Intro to Environmental Studies
  • BI 132: Intro to Animal Behavior
  • GEOL 101: Earth's Dynamic Interior
  • GEOL 308: Oregon and Pacific Northwest
  • BI 359: Plant Biology
  • GEOL 306: Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Chemistry of Climate Change: CH 221 & CH 227

  • CH 114: Green Product Design
  • CH 113 Chemistry of Sustainability
  • ENVS 202: Introduction to Environmental Studies: Natural Sciences
  • BIO 370: Ecology
  • ENVS 350: Ecological Footprint of Energy Generation
  • PS 367: Science and Politics of Climate Change

Chemistry of Sustainability: CH 221 & CH 227

  • CH 113: The Chemistry of Sustainability
  • CH 114: Green Product Design
  • CH 140M: Science, Policy, and Biology
  • CH 401: Research
  • CH 420: Physical Organic Chemistry I
  • CH 411: Physical Chemistry

Digging Up History: ANTH 150 & ENVS 201

  • ANTH 114: Anthropology of Pirates and Piracy
  • ANTH 145: Principles of Archaeology
  • ANTH 161: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 260: Domestic Animals
  • ENVS 202: Introduction to Environmental Studies: Natural Sciences
  • ENVS 203: Introduction to Environmental Studies: Humanities
  • ANTH 311: Anthropology of Globalization
  • ANTH 330: Hunters and Gatherers
  • ENVS 335: Allocating Scarce Environmental Resources

Edible History: HIST 215 & ENVS 201

  • HIST 105: World History
  • HIST 103: Western Civilization
  • ENVS 202: Introduction to Environmental Studies: Natural Sciences
  • ENVS 335: Allocation of Scarce Environmental Resources
  • ENVS 350: Ecological Footprint of Energy Generation
  • PS 367: Science and Politics of Climate Change

Food Matters: HIST 215 & ENVS 225

  • HIST 105: World History
  • ENVS 201: Intro to Environmental Studies – Social Sciences
  • ENVS 202: Introduction to Environmental Studies: Natural Sciences
  • ENVS 335: Allocation of Scarce Environmental Resources
  • ENVS 350: Ecological Footprint of Energy Generation
  • PS 367: Science and Politics of Climate Change

Food & the Garden: LA 260 & GEOG 141

  • LA 289: Landscape Architecture Design
  • GEOL 102: Environmental Geology & Land Development
  • GEOG 321: Climatology
  • GEOL 310: Earth Resource & Environment
  • LA 390: Urban Farm
  • LA 327: Plants – Winter

Green Chemistry & Apparel Design: CH 114 & PD 101

  • CH 113: The Chemistry of Sustainability
  • CH 140M: Science, Policy, and Biology
  • PD 223: Beginning Design Draw
  • CH 334: Organic Chemistry I
  • PD 301: Intro to Design Studio
  • PD 323: Design Drawing

Inside Architecture: ARCH 201 & ARH 314

  • ARCH 202: Design Skills
  • ARCH 283: Architectural Design I
  • ARH 204: History of Western Art I
  • ARCH 380: Architectural Design I
  • ARH 358: History of Design
  • ARH 354: Art Since 1945

Oregon Outside: GEOG 141 & GEOL 101

  • GEOG 201: World Regional Geography
  • GEOL 102: Environmental Geology & Land Development
  • ENVS 202: Intro Environmental Studies – Natural Sciences
  • GEOG 322: Geomorphology
  • GEOG 361: Global Environmental Change
  • GEOL 310: Earth Resource & Environment

Science for Social Change: CH 221 & ENVS 201

  • CH 221: General Chemistry I
  • SOC 207: Social Inequality
  • ENVS 202: Intro to Environmental Studies – Natural Sciences
  • CH 331: Organic Chemistry
  • CH 401: Res Green Chem/Nanosci
  • ENVS 345: Environmental Ethics

Finding Your Voice: TA 271 & COLT 101

  • COLT 231: Literature & Society
  • TA 250: Acting I
  • COLT 211: Comparative World Literature
  • COLT 360: Gender & Identity
  • TA 474: Themes in Dramatic Literature
  • TA 471: Studies in Theatre & Culture
  • COLT 301: Approaches to Comparative Literature

Music in World Culture: Africa: MUS 358 & DAN 251

  • DAN 252: Fundamentals of Rhythm
  • MUS 250: Popular Music Global Context
  • DAN 185: African Dance
  • DAN 301: African Dance Aesthetic Global
  • MUS 367: Survey African Music
  • DAN 410: African Performance

Remixing Media, ©ritiquing ©ulture: CINE 230 & ARTD 251

  • ARTD 252: Interactive Digital Arts
  • ENG 260: Media Aesthetics
  • ENG 110: Intro to Film & Media
  • ENG 381: Film, Media, & Culture
  • J 331: Digital Video Production
  • ARTD 360: Digital Imaging

World Theatre: TA 367 & HIST 104

  • ENG 208: Shakespeare
  • CLAS 110: Classical Mythology
  • COLT 212: Comp. World Cinema
  • CLAS 302: Greek & Roman Tragedy
  • HIST 302: Modern Europe
  • ARH 322: Art of Ancient Greece

Bella Italia! : ITAL 101 & ITAL 150

  • ITAL 102: First-Year Italian
  • ITAL 152: Desire and Resistance in Italian Cinema
  • ITAL 318: Survey Baroque/Enlightenment
  • ITAL 305: Arte, Music, and Mass Media
  • ARH 323: Art of Ancient Rome
  • ARH 341: Italian Renaissance Art

Development Safari: SWAH 101 & INTL 240

  • INTL 101: Introduction to International Studies
  • HUM 215: Introduction to Africa
  • INTL 345: Africa Today
  • INTL 420: International Community Development
  • INTL 445: Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa

European Grand Tour: HIST 101 & HUM 101

  • HIST 103: Western Civilization
  • HIST 215: Food in World History
  • HUM 102: Humanities 2
  • HIST 302: Modern Europe
  • HIST 332: Top. Medieval England
  • HUM 360: Themes in Humanities

Vive la Révolution!?! : FR 150 & HUM 101

  • CLAS 201: Greek Life and Culture
  • INTL 250: Value Systems in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • CLAS 314: Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity
  • HUM 361: Ancient Science and Culture
  • FR 302: Contemporary Francophone World

Yalla Arabia! : ARB 101 & REL 233

  • ANTH 250: Introduction to Middle East Studies
  • ARB 253: Introduction to Arabic Culture
  • REL 102: World Religions: Near Eastern Traditions
  • ARB 353: Arab Film
  • PS 399: Politics of the Middle East
  • REL 335: Intro to the Qur'an

Mapping without Borders: GEOG 181 & CIS 110

  • GEOG 281: The World & Big Data
  • CIS 111: Intro Web Programming
  • CIS 122: Intro Prg & Prob Solv
  • GEOG 448: Tourism & Development
  • GEOG 481: GI Science I
  • GEOG 496: Location-Aware System

Risky Business: ECON 101 & PSY 202

  • BA 101: Intro to Business
  • PSY 201: Mind and Brain
  • EC 202: Intro to Economic Analysis Macro
  • EC 311: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • PSY 305: Cognition
  • PSY 306: Social Psychology

Rock ‘n’ Physics: MUS 264 & PHYS 152

  • PHYS 202: General Physics II
  • MUS 227: Elements of Electronic
  • MUS 270: History of the Blues
  • MUS 349: American Ethnic & Protest Music
  • MUS 445: Electronic Composition
  • PHYS 351: Foundational Physics II

Science in the News: CH 221 & PSY 201

  • BI 211: General Biology I: Cells
  • CH 221: General Chemistry I
  • CH 222: General Chemistry II
  • CH 331: Organic Chemistry I
  • CH 332: Organic Chemistry II
  • CH 337: Organic Chemistry Lab

Science of Learning: CH 221 & PSY 201

  • BI 211: General Biology I
  • CH 111: Intro to Chemistry
  • PSY 202: Mind & Society
  • CH 360: Biochemistry
  • CH 331: Organic Chemistry I
  • PSY 301: Scientific Thinking

Startups from the Ground Up: BA 101 & CIS 111

  • BA 215: Language of Business Decisions
  • BA 240: Managing Business Info
  • CIS 210: Computer Science I
  • CIS 313: Intermediate Data Structures
  • CIS 314: Computer Organization
  • CIS 315: Intermed Algorithms

Carnegie Global Oregon: ANTH 161 & GEOG 142

  • INTL 101: Intro to International Issues
  • ANTH 280: Intro to Language & Culture
  • GEOG 141: Natural Environment
  • ANTH 361: Human Evolution
  • ANTH 314: Gender Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • GEOG 341: Population & Environment

In Search of the Sacred: REL 101 & CAS 101H

  • REL 102: World Religion: Near East
  • PHIL 213: Asian Philosophy
  • REL 233: Intro to Islam
  • REL 302: Chinese Religions
  • REL 353: Dark Self East/West
  • REL 324: History East Christianity

International Outlook: J 201 & PS 205

  • INTL 101: Intro to International Issues
  • INTL 240: Perspective International Development
  • J 205: Gateway to Media I
  • J 314: Intro to Media Studies
  • J 396: International Communication
  • PS 340: International Political Economy