Graduate students are encouraged to explore elective coursework in areas outside of their program. Below we have listed some courses that are open to all graduate students, regardless of their program. Be sure to check Time Schedule for more information.
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
BCULST 570 Prisons, Politics, and Activism
5 cr, W 5:45 - 10 pm, Seattle campus, Berger course flyer (pdf)
BCULST 584 Topics in Media Culture: Asian American Media in the Pacific NW
5 cr, TH 3:30 - 7:45 pm, Gustafson, course flyer (pdf)
BCULST 589A Topics in Global Cultural Studies: Culture & Resistance in the Americas
5 cr, M/W 5:45 - 7:45 pm, Shayne, course flyer (pdf)\
BPOLST 593A Topics in Policy Studies: Urban Planning and Geography
5 cr, M/W 5:45 - 7:45 pm, Jung, course flyer (pdf)
BPOLST 505/BCULST 593A Leadership and Organizations
5 cr, TH 5:45 - 10:00 pm, Nitta, course flyer (pdf)
BPOLST/BCULST 591 Research Colloquium
1 cr, Class meets 3 times from 4:00 - 5:30 pm; presenters include IAS faculty members micha cárdenas, S. Charusheela, and Kari Lerum. Burgett/Aanerud. Presentation descriptions are available on Research Colloquium page.
Nursing and Health Studies
BNURS 597 Special Topics, Section A, Narratives of Illness and Healing
3 cr, FR 8:30 – 11:20 am
BNURS 597/CSS 490 (offered together both section C) Healthcare Informatics
3 cr; FR 8:30 – 11:20 am
BHS 510 Genetics and Public Health, offered jointly with 410
5 cr, M/W 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Explores the importance of human genome research findings for patient care and emphasizes developing skills for evaluating and communicating about genetic risks.