Mass Incarceration

Choose 3 courses from the following list. Each course must come from a different department, center, or program. Courses may be added over time, keep checking back for any additions.

To verify whether a cross-listed section of a course below can count from a different department, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu. 

** These special topics courses are offered infrequently. Only the course titles listed here currently count for credit with the Intersections Scholars program. If you would like to have another special topics title considered for the program, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu.

Mass Incarceration Course Cluster

Course Prefix/CodeCourse TitleSpring 2020Summer 2020Fall 2020Spring 2021 Summer 2021Fall 2021General Education RequirementWriting Requirement Credit
Quest 1 Courses
IDS2935War Games, US & S, AfricaYGE-H/N
IDS2935Imagining Social Justice: The Long Civil Rights MovementYYYGE-H/D2,000 words
African American Studies
AFA2000Intro to African American StudiesYYYYYYGE-H4,000 words
AFA3110** Key Issues in African-American and Black Atlantic Thought (special topics) YYYYYYGE-H/D6,000 words
AFA3930/AMH3931**New Jim Crow (special topics)
AFA4931/AMH3931**Black Lives Matter (special topics)
AFA4931**African American Politics (special topics) Y
Anthropology
ANT3451Race & RacismYYYGE-S/D6,000 words (some sections do not have words)
Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women's Studies
WST4704Discrimination and HealthY
WST4930**Testimonio in the Americas: Voices in Pursuit of Social Justice (special topics, Fall 2018)
WST4930** Settler Colonialism, Anti-Blackness, and Women's Resistance (special topics) Y
Criminology
CCJ3024Advanced Principles of Criminal JusticeYYYYYYGE-S
CCJ4934**Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Careers in Criminal JusticeYYY
CCJ4934**Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice: Media & CrimeYY
CJL4410Criminal ProcedureYYYY
English
AML2070**The History of Female Criminal Narratives in American Literature (one-time special topics) GE-C or H6,000 words
AML4453**The Pen and the Penitentiary (special topics) Y
European Studies
EUS3220Secret Police Under CommunismY
Family, Youth and Community Sciences
FYC3112Contemporary Family Problems and InterventionsYYYY
History
AMH3340History of Disability in AmericaY
AMH3931/AFA3930**New Jim Crow (special topics)
AMH4403The South Since 1860YY
AMH3931/AFA4931**Black Lives Matter (special topics)
HIS3942Civil Unrest in the US
Honors Uncommon Reads
IDH2930Justice and Forgiveness: The Reality of IncarcerationY
Latin American Studies
LAH3931**Race, Gender, Law in Latin America (special topics) Y
LAS4935**Human Rights in Latin America (special topics) Y
LAS4935**Crime & Violence in Latin America (special topics) Y6,000 words
Philosophy
PHI2630Contemporary Moral IssuesYYYYYYGE-H4,000 words
Political Science
POS2112American Local and State GovernmentYGE-S
POS3606American Civil LibertiesYY6,000 words
POS4077African American PoliticsYY
POS4624Race, Law, and the ConstitutionYY6,000 words
PUP4404Politics of EducationGE-S6,000 words
Sociology
SYA4930**Special Study: Race & PolicingY
SYG2010Social ProblemsYYGE-S
SYO3534PovertyGE-S
SYO4530Social InequalityYYYYYGE-S/D
SYP3510DevianceYYYYGE-S
SYP4520CriminologyYY

** These special topics courses are offered infrequently. Only the course titles listed here currently count for credit with the Intersections Scholars program. If you would like to have another special topics title considered for the program, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu.