Home- Academics- Course Catalogue Course Catalogue The course catalogue serves as an official document for the university and is updated every summer. Catalogue Contents Download PDFs of the following sections of the catalogue: Colgate University Admission Expenses Financial aid Student life Undergraduate program Academic regulations Graduate program Faculty directory Organization of the university Appendix A Appendix B Courses of Study Requirements For information from the course catalogue about the major and minor requirements and course offerings of each academic department and program, visit our courses of study pages by selecting from the drop-down menu below. Choose Department or Program Africana and Latin American Studies Anthropology Art and Art History Asian Studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese The Classics Computer Science Creative Writing East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Environmental Biology Environmental Economics Environmental Geography Environmental Geology Film and Media Studies French Geography Geology German Government Greek Hebrew History Humanities International Relations Italian Japanese Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Latin Latin American Studies Liberal Arts Core Curriculum Linguistics Literature in Translation Marine Science-Freshwater Science Mathematics Medieval and Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Civilization Molecular Biology Music Native American Studies Natural Sciences Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physical Education Physical Science Physics and Astronomy; Pre-Engineering Political Science Pre-Engineering Psychology Religion Romance Languages and Literatures Russian and Eurasian Studies Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theater University Studies Women's Studies Writing and Rhetoric Course Offerings We do not offer every course listed in the catalogue every semester. You can use the tool below to see the current and past semesters’ course offerings. Term: Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Department/Program: African American StudiesEnvironmental GeologyMathematicsAfrican StudiesEnvironmental StudiesMedieval & Renaissance StAfricana & Latin Amer StudiesExtended StudyMiddle East & Islamic StAnthropologyFilm & Media StudiesMusicArt and Art HistoryFrenchNative American StudiesAsian StudiesGeographyNeuroscienceAstronomyGeologyPeace & Conflict StudiesBiologyGermanPhilosophyCaribbean StudiesGreekPhysicsChemistryHebrewPolitical ScienceChineseHistoryPsychologyClassicsHumanitiesReligionComputer ScienceInternational RelationsRomance LanguagesCore CurriculumItalianRussian and Eurasian StudiesEconomicsJapaneseSocial ScienceEducational StudiesJewish StudiesSociologyEnglishLatinSpanishEnvironmental BiologyLatin American StudiesTheaterEnvironmental EconomicsLGBTQ StudiesWomen's StudiesEnvironmental GeographyLinguisticsWriting & Rhetoric Instructor (Last Name) : Level: All 100 200 300 400 Meets: M T W R F Sat Sun After: 07:55AM 08:10AM 08:20AM 08:30AM 08:45AM 08:55AM 09:00AM 09:10AM 09:11AM 09:20AM 09:30AM 09:55AM 10:00AM 10:15AM 10:20AM 11:20AM 11:30AM 12:00PM 12:20PM 12:30PM 01:00PM 01:10PM 01:15PM 01:20PM 01:30PM 02:00PM 02:36PM 02:40PM 02:45PM 03:00PM 03:30PM 04:00PM 04:01PM 04:10PM 04:15PM 04:20PM 04:30PM 05:00PM 05:30PM 05:40PM 06:00PM 06:20PM 06:30PM 07:00PM 07:15PM Before: 09:10AM 09:45AM 10:10AM 10:15AM 10:35AM 10:45AM 10:55AM 11:00AM 11:10AM 11:20AM 11:30AM 12:10PM 12:19PM 12:20PM 12:30PM 01:00PM 01:01PM 01:10PM 01:19PM 01:20PM 02:10PM 02:30PM 02:35PM 03:00PM 03:10PM 03:20PM 03:30PM 03:35PM 03:45PM 03:50PM 03:55PM 04:00PM 04:10PM 04:15PM 04:20PM 04:25PM 04:30PM 04:45PM 04:55PM 05:00PM 05:05PM 05:10PM 05:15PM 05:20PM 05:25PM 05:30PM 05:35PM 05:45PM 05:55PM 06:00PM 06:15PM 06:20PM 06:25PM 06:30PM 07:00PM 07:15PM 07:25PM 07:30PM 07:55PM 08:00PM 08:10PM 08:30PM 08:50PM 09:00PM 09:20PM 09:30PM 09:40PM 09:50PM 10:00PM 10:20PM Core Area: ALL Challenges of Modernity Cultures/Commun & Identities Global Engagements Scientific Perspectives West Trad/Legac Ancient World Areas of Inquiry: ALL Social Science Requirement Nat Science/Math Requirement Humanities Requirement Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Off-Campus Study Core Curriculum Scholars Programs Fellowships & Scholarships Pre-Professional Planning Academic Calendar Course Catalogue University Mission Statement Goals of a Colgate Education Course Offerings Libraries RELATED LINKS Libraries LIBRARIES Colgate's state-of-the-art libraries power the research of students and faculty. Centers and Institutes CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Promoting research, study, debate, and collaboration across fields. Off-Campus Study OFF-CAMPUS STUDY Colgate has one of the most robust off-campus study programs in the country. Success after Colgate SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE Alumni from each of our majors have accomplished great things with their liberal arts degrees.