Below are all of the (non-Gallatin) courses throughout NYU that have been reviewed by Gallatin faculty to fulfill the liberal arts and historical and cultural requirements. This list will be updated as more courses are reviewed and approved. Please note that course numbers and titles may change.
To search for Gallatin courses that fulfill the liberal arts and historical and cultural requirements, go to the Gallatin Courses page. Please note that the following do not fulfill any areas of the liberal arts and historical and cultural requirements: advanced writing courses (WRTNG-UG); arts workshops (ARTS-UG); community learning courses (CLI-UG); practicums (PRACT-UG); first-year program courses, including first-year interdisciplinary seminars and first-year writing and research seminars (FIRST-UG); and individualized projects including independent studies, tutorials, etc. (INDIV-UG).
Most courses on the list below were offered in prior semesters and may or may not be offered in a future semester. Students should consult the Albert Course Search to see when these courses are offered.
Special Topics courses may in some cases satisfy Gallatin's historical and cultural foundation requirement, but must be considered on a case-by-case basis.To request the review of a Special Topics course, students should complete a Course Review Request form.
To request that a new course be reviewed to fulfill one of the liberal arts or historical and cultural requirements, students should complete a Course Review Request form.
Liberal Arts exception: All ANTH-UA courses fulfill social science with the exception of Human Evolution, ANTH-UA 2, which fulfills the math/science requirement. Historical/Cultural requirement: Some ANTH-UA courses may fulfill one of the historical or cultural requirements.
Liberal Arts exception: All ARTH-UA courses fulfill humanities, with the exception of Shaping the Urban Environment ARTH-UA 661, which fulfills the social science requirement. Historical/Cultural requirement: Some ARTH-UA courses may fulfill one of the historical or cultural requirements.
Liberal Arts exception: All CAMS-UA courses fulfill a social science, with the exception of Child and Adolescent Brain Development: Applications from Neuroscience to Practice (CAMS-UA 141 or CAMS-UA 9141), which fulfills the math/science requirement.