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BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT
32591BIO111 - -BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSYorty, JodiClosed0/32MWF (09:30am-10:20am) N 2104.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32592BIO111 - -BI - -BMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSWohl, DebraClosed0/32MWF (09:30am-10:20am) N 2024.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32593BIO111 - -BI - -CMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSCavender, JaneClosed0/32MWF (08:00am-08:50am) N 2104.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32594BIO111 - -BI - -DMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSBowne, DavidClosed0/32MWF (08:00am-08:50am) H 2114.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33439BIO111 - -BI - -EMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSStaff, Open8/32MWF (12:30pm-01:20pm) N 2054.00

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity and animal development. For Biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. This course fulfills one of the Natural and Physical Sciences Core requirements for Biology majors. *Corequisite: BIO 111L. *This course may not be taken for credit after completing BIO 101 without permission of the Department Chair. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Students must achieve an average grade of C- or above in BIO 111 and BIO 112 to continue in the major.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32595BIO111 -L-BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABYorty, JodiOpen1/24M (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32596BIO111 -L-BI - -BMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABCavender, JaneClosed0/24W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32597BIO111 -L-BI - -CMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABWohl, DebraClosed0/24H (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32598BIO111 -L-BI - -DMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABMurray, ThomasClosed0/24H (08:00am-10:50am) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32599BIO111 -L-BI - -EMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABBowne, DavidOpen4/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32600BIO111 -L-BI - -FMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABBridge, DianeOpen5/24F (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33440BIO111 -L-BI - -GMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABStaff, Open6/24T (08:00am-10:50am) L 152

MOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LAB


0.00 credit. The study of the chemical and cellular basis of life, human and animal anatomy and physiology, cellular reproduction, heredity, and animal development. For biology majors and those students taking additional biology courses. *Corequisite: BIO 111. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32601BIO201 - -BI - -AHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IGoldina, AnyaOpen11/50TH (08:00am-09:15am) E GAUD4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I


4.00 credits. The study of structure and function of the human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Particular attention is given to structure and function as it relates to dysfunction and disease. Laboratory work involves dissection of a human cadaver. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: BIO 101 or 111, or permission of instructor. *Corequisite: BIO 201L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32602BIO201 - -BI - -BHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IGoldina, AnyaClosed0/50MW (08:00am-09:15am) E GAUD4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I


4.00 credits. The study of structure and function of the human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems. Particular attention is given to structure and function as it relates to dysfunction and disease. Laboratory work involves dissection of a human cadaver. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: BIO 101 or 111, or permission of instructor. *Corequisite: BIO 201L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32603BIO201 -L-BI - -AANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABCecala, AaronClosed0/18MF (09:30am-10:50am) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32604BIO201 -L-BI - -BANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABGoldina, AnyaClosed0/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32605BIO201 -L-BI - -CANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABCecala, AaronOpen1/18MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32606BIO201 -L-BI - -DANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABGoldina, AnyaClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32607BIO201 -L-BI - -EANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LABGoldina, AnyaClosed0/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab that accompanies BIO 201 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 201.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32608BIO211 - -BI - -AGENETICSCoren, JonathonOpen21/72MWF (09:30am-10:20am) E GAUD4.00

GENETICS


4.00 credits. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32609BIO211 -L-BI - -AGENETICS LABCoren, JonathonOpen6/20M (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 251

GENETICS LAB


0.00 credit. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32610BIO211 -L-BI - -BGENETICS LABCoren, JonathonOpen1/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 251

GENETICS LAB


0.00 credit. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32611BIO211 -L-BI - -CGENETICS LABCoren, JonathonOpen6/20W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 251

GENETICS LAB


0.00 credit. An integrated and comprehensive review of classical, neo-Mendelian principles of heredity and molecular biology. Laboratory work involves Drosophila crosses and basic techniques employed for molecular investigations. *Corequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32613BIO220 - -BI - -ANUTRITIONYorty, JodiOpen2/24F (12:30pm-01:20pm) L 2504.00

NUTRITION


4.00 credits. This course serves as an introduction to nutrition as it relates to biology and science. We will focus on the importance and role of the major nutrients and discuss how these nutrients are acquired and analyzed by the body. In addition, we will discuss the role of nutrition in the development, health and well-being of the individual. These concepts will be applied to personal health through nutritional assessment and dietary planning. Hours: lecture 3, discussion 1. *Prerequisite: BIO 111. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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BIO220 - -BI - -ALEC - NUTRITIONTH (09:30am-10:50am) L 250
32614BIO310 - -BI - -AMOLECULAR BIOLOGYBridge, DianeOpen8/24MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 2503.00

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY


3.00 credits. An upper-level course stressing study of current developments in molecular biology. Particular emphasis will be placed upon the theory of investigative molecular techniques. Hours: 3. *Prerequisite: BIO 111. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32615BIO310 -L-BI - -AMOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORYBridge, DianeOpen12/24W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 250

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. The molecular biology laboratory experiments offer hands-on experience with the modern techniques of molecular biology. Students become proficient in the techniques of cloning, agarose gel electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction and DNA mutagenesis. Laboratory report writing skills are emphasized. *Corequisite: BIO 310. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32623BIO311 - -BI - -AEXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN CELL BIOLOGYCavender, JaneOpen4/8TH (08:00am-10:50am) L 2524.00

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN CELL BIOLOGY


4.00 credits. A practical and theoretical examination of current techniques employed to study cellular biology. Proficiencies in experimental design, data collection, data analysis, and critical review of current literature are developed. Mammalian and plant tissue culture techniques, immunohistochemistry, ELISA, polyacrylamide and capillary electrophoresis, western analysis, and cellular apoptosis assessed by electron microscopy are emphasized. *Prerequisites: 15 credit hours of biology, including BIO 212, and eight credit hours of chemistry. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32616BIO313 - -BI - -AGENERAL ECOLOGYBowne, DavidOpen9/24MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 1533.00

GENERAL ECOLOGY


3.00 credits. The relationships between plants, animals and their environment are investigated with regard to energy flow, mineral cycling, physical and chemical parameters, population changes and community structure. Hours: 3. *Prerequisites: 16 credit hours of biology or permission of instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32617BIO313 -L-BI - -AGENERAL ECOLOGY LABORATORYBowne, DavidOpen9/24W (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 153

GENERAL ECOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. Use of techniques and instrumentation for aquatic and terrestrial field studies, experimentation in such areas as population growth, competition, productivity and mineral cycling. Hours: 4. *Corequisite: BIO 313. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32618BIO317 - -BI - -AAQUATIC ECOLOGYMurray, ThomasClosed0/23MWF (08:00am-08:50am) L 1514.00

AQUATIC ECOLOGY


4.00 credits. The study of physical, chemical and biological relationships in aquatic ecosystems as they relate to the survival and growth of organisms. The course will include laboratory and field experimentation using local aquatic ecosystems. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 4. *Prerequisites: 15 credit hours of biology and eight credit hours of chemistry. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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BIO317 - -BI - -ALAB - AQUATIC ECOLOGYM (12:30pm-04:20pm) L 151
32620BIO336 - -BI - -APATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGYWohl, DebraOpen18/24TH (08:00am-09:20am) L 1503.00

PATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGY


3.00 credits. An intensive study of the disease-causing microorganisms of humans. General epidemiology and cellular processes of pathogenesis of bacteria and viruses will be examined. The human immune system also will be covered in context of how bacteria and viruses subvert host defenses to infect, survive and grow in the host. Hours: lecture 3. *Prerequisite: BIO 235 or permission of instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33016BIO336 -L-BI - -APATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGY LABStaff, NoCancelled24/24

PATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGY LAB


1.00 credit. Experience with a variety of techniques important in the study of pathogenesis will be covered in this course, including microbial culture techniques, extraction of DNA, PCR, cloning and use of sequence databases and DNA analysis programs to identify functional genes. This course will be used to teach research as a process and involves the development of a research proposal. Hours: 3. *Corequisite: BIO 336. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32619BIO341 - -BI - -ACOMPARATIVE MAMMALIAN ANATOMYCecala, AaronOpen9/24TH (12:30pm-03:30pm) L 2494.00

COMPARATIVE MAMMALIAN ANATOMY


4.00 credits. A comparative and embryological study of the morphology of selected representatives from the class Mammalia. Laboratory work involves dissection and demonstration of organisms from select mammalian species. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 4. *Prerequisite: BIO 112. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32993BIO342 - -BI - -APRIMATES (AN 342)Newell, ElizabethClosed10/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2014.00

PRIMATES (AN 342)


4.00 credits. This course is a survey of the Order Primates using current taxonomic relationships to organize the content and sequence of topics. Through an examination of the morphological characteristics, distribution, adaptation, and behaviors of non-human primates, this course will provide a context within which we can understand our unique place in the continuum of nature. Selected topics such as social organization, reproduction and development, communication, cognition, and conservation will be coupled with the taxonomic survey.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32994BIO343 - -BI - -AHUMAN ORIGINS (AN 343)Newell, ElizabethOpen13/16WF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2064.00

HUMAN ORIGINS (AN 343)


4.00 credits. Human Origins will examine the fossil, molecular, and archaeological record of human evolution providing a comprehensive survey of our biological and behavioral changes from the earliest proposed hominins to modern Homo sapiens. Important topics to be covered include bipedalism, the changing ecology of the Plio-Pleistocene, tool use, hominin interactions with their changing environments, increased brain size and intelligence, social behaviors, symbolic behaviors such as language and art, and other significant bio-cultural adaptations.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32621BIO352 - -BI - -ADEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGYBridge, DianeOpen11/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) L 2533.00

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY


3.00 credits. A study of how differential gene expression, physical properties of cells, and signaling between cells contribute to development from a fertilized egg into a complex adult animal. Changes in development underlying evolutionary changes in animal form and effects of pollutants and other environmental factors on development are discussed. Hours: 3. *Prerequisite: BIO 211. Fall semester, alternate years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33343BIO491 - -BI - -ARESEARCH IN BIOLOGYWohl, DebraOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. One four-credit research experience is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33350BIO491 - -BI - -BRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYYorty, JodiOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. One four-credit research experience is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33376BIO491 - -BI - -CRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYBowne, DavidOpen2/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. One four-credit research experience is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33383BIO491 - -BI - -DRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYGoldina, AnyaOpen1/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. One four-credit research experience is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33510BIO491 - -BI - -ERESEARCH IN BIOLOGYCavender, JaneOpen2/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. A paper is written and major findings are presented orally to faculty and peers. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. A maximum of four credit hours from Biology 491 and 492 combined can count as biology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. One four-credit research experience is required for Honors in Biology. *Prerequisite: at least junior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
32501AC 101 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGMiller, JaredClosed0/35MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 2144.00

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An introduction to the basic accounting methods, principles and financial statements used for external reporting. This course introduces students to accounting in a way that demonstrates its importance to society and relevance to their future careers. In addition to developing an adequate technical knowledge of accounting principles; critical thinking, communications, organizational, and interpersonal competencies will be developed and reinforced through a combination of class discussion and problems.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32502AC 101 - -BU - -BINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGMiller, JaredOpen1/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2144.00

INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An introduction to the basic accounting methods, principles and financial statements used for external reporting. This course introduces students to accounting in a way that demonstrates its importance to society and relevance to their future careers. In addition to developing an adequate technical knowledge of accounting principles; critical thinking, communications, organizational, and interpersonal competencies will be developed and reinforced through a combination of class discussion and problems.




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32503AC 205 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IRiportella, TerrieOpen23/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2134.00

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I


4.00 credits. A study of generally accepted accounting principles and international standards as applied to asset transactions in the corporate financial reporting environment. Beginning with a brief review of introductory topics including the accounting cycle and financial statements and quickly moving to more challenging and complex topics regarding how to properly record transactions for different types of assets, acceptable alternatives, and the accounting treatment of related income statement transactions. Emphasis on valuation, classification, disclosure and cutoff. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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32504AC 270 - -BU - -ACOST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTINGGabriel, JeffreyOpen17/35MWF (08:00am-09:10am) H 2144.00

COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An understanding of how costs behave – cost-volume and profit analysis; are collected – job costing and process costing; are assigned – activity-based costing; are managed – strategic-based responsibility accounting; are measured – budgets and variance analysis; and are used in decision making – pricing and alternative use of capital. Multinational considerations also are included. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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32505AC 270 - -BU - -BCOST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTINGGabriel, JeffreyOpen20/35MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2114.00

COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. An understanding of how costs behave – cost-volume and profit analysis; are collected – job costing and process costing; are assigned – activity-based costing; are managed – strategic-based responsibility accounting; are measured – budgets and variance analysis; and are used in decision making – pricing and alternative use of capital. Multinational considerations also are included. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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32506AC 301 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO TAXATIONMiller, JaredOpen19/35MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2154.00

INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION


4.00 credits. Following the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) recommended Model Tax Curriculum, this course introduces a broad range of tax topics and principles of federal income taxation of individuals, corporations, and partnerships. Understanding various types of taxes in the U.S. system and the basis for the federal income tax system is emphasized. Tax concepts that relate to individual taxpayers, and identifying the similarities and differences of individual taxation items to the taxation of business entities are learned, emphasizing the role of taxation in the business decision-making process, tax law and research, and concepts application. *Prerequisite: AC 101 or permission of instructor.




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32507AC 310 - -BU - -AACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMSGabriel, JeffreyOpen21/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2114.00

ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the components of an accounting information system and its relationship to the overall management information system. The use of information to support the planning, analysis, and reporting of business activities using fully integrated information systems is discussed. Students are introduced to system design and documentation, including flowcharting and control procedures. The course utilizes practical case problems, contemporary readings, and exercises incorporating accounting software to reinforce classroom theory with hands-on knowledge. All major transaction processing cycles and the effect on the accuracy of accounting information are reviewed. *Prerequisite: AC 206.




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33075AC 370 - -BU - -ACURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTINGRiportella, TerrieOpen22/35T (12:00pm-01:40pm) H 2152.00

CURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING


2.00 credits. This course will require students to identify, evaluation and analyze current events/issues affecting the accounting, auditing, and tax professions. We will discuss the implications of these events and how things going on around the world are influencing, or being influenced by, current rules and regulations. Recent pronouncements and exposure drafts issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other accounting regulatory bodies will be discussed. Topics will hcange as new issues in accounting emerge. *Prerequisites: AC 206.




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32508BA 101 - -BU - -ABUSINESS AND SOCIETYWilliams, SylvesterOpen2/35MWF (08:00am-09:10am) H 2124.00

BUSINESS AND SOCIETY


4.00 credits. Managers function within an environment and their actions influence a number of stakeholders who in turn influence managerial decision making. Environmental awareness is increased by describing and analyzing seven sub-environments: stakeholder, economic, political, social, ethical, competitive and ecological. The course provides a context for other courses in the program and acquaints students with the dynamics of managing in the business, public and nonprofit sectors of the U.S. economy. Register by Instructor.




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32509BA 165 - -BU - -APERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNINGRiportella, TerrieOpen1/35H (12:00pm-01:40pm) H 2152.00

PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING


2.00 credits. This course provides students with detailed information, methods, and techniques to effectively evaluate alternative courses of action and make informed financial decisions regarding basic personal finance. The course focuses on situations that students will encounter as they become financially independent. Topics include: budgeting, credit and money management, tax basics, purchasing and insurance issues, and basic investment concepts.




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32510BA 215 - -BU - -APRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGChung, EdwardClosed0/35MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 2134.00

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


4.00 credits. An introductory course emphasizing key concepts and issues underlying the marketing process and how it operates in today's dynamic organizations. The marketing mix is examined on a broad scale, with students developing an understanding of how decisions in each element impact and influence the others. Among the topics covered are segmentation, consumer behavior, product development, promotional campaigns, marketing research, distribution planning and pricing strategies. The course will culminate in a final project or major case study, with students developing and presenting a marketing plan.




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32511BA 215 - -BU - -BPRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGChung, EdwardOpen1/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2134.00

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


4.00 credits. An introductory course emphasizing key concepts and issues underlying the marketing process and how it operates in today's dynamic organizations. The marketing mix is examined on a broad scale, with students developing an understanding of how decisions in each element impact and influence the others. Among the topics covered are segmentation, consumer behavior, product development, promotional campaigns, marketing research, distribution planning and pricing strategies. The course will culminate in a final project or major case study, with students developing and presenting a marketing plan.




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32512BA 248 - -BU - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (EGR 248)Angelis, JohnOpen13/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2114.00

QUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (EGR 248)


4.00 credits. Usage of quantitative methods and operations management concepts to optimize business decisions is learned. The quantitative methods covered are forecasting, decision making, inventory management, and linear programming. The operations management concepts are project management, statistical process control, materials requirement planning, enterprise resource planning, scheduling, reliability, acceptance sampling and learning curves. *Prerequisite: MA 251.




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32513BA 265 - -BU - -AMANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORAngelis, JohnOpen1/35TH (08:00am-09:40am) H 2114.00

MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


4.00 credits. Critical management issues in planning, organizing, leading and controlling – within the framework of understanding why and how people interact with one another, in groups, and with the organization itself – are examined, with opportunities to enhance communication and interpersonal skills through learning at multiple levels, including individual reading, study and analysis, in-class lectures and exercises, and small discussion groups, in which newly acquired knowledge can be applied to the analysis of real-world scenarios.




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32541BA 265 - -BU - -BMANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORAngelis, JohnClosed0/35TH (10:00am-11:40am) H 2114.00

MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


4.00 credits. Critical management issues in planning, organizing, leading and controlling – within the framework of understanding why and how people interact with one another, in groups, and with the organization itself – are examined, with opportunities to enhance communication and interpersonal skills through learning at multiple levels, including individual reading, study and analysis, in-class lectures and exercises, and small discussion groups, in which newly acquired knowledge can be applied to the analysis of real-world scenarios.




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32514BA 270 - -BU - -ASTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IWaughen, KristenClosed0/32TH (10:00am-10:50am) N 1272.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to Accounting, Business Administration, International Business, and Economics majors. Must be taken in the sophomore year. Register by Instructor.




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32515BA 270 - -BU - -BSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IWaughen, KristenOpen2/29TH (11:00am-11:50am) N 1272.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to Accounting, Business Administration, International Business, and Economics majors. Must be taken in the sophomore year. Register by Instructor.




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32516BA 270 - -BU - -CSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IWaughen, KristenClosed0/27TH (12:00pm-12:50pm) N 1272.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS I


2.00 credits. This class will provide an introductory level exploration of Microsoft Excel. Various functions, worksheet navigation, and uses of Excel will be major components. *Prerequisites: BA 101, BA 197, EC101, or EC102. Restricted to Accounting, Business Administration, International Business, and Economics majors. Must be taken in the sophomore year. Register by Instructor.




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32517BA 311 - -BU - -AMARKETING RESEARCHGreenberg, BryanOpen19/24TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 1144.00

MARKETING RESEARCH


4.00 credits. An introduction to the theories and techniques behind the development, execution and dissemination of marketing research. Taught through a hands-on approach, students will have the opportunity to explore a variety of research methodologies and techniques, both quantitative and qualitative. The course will culminate in a final project conducted in conjunction with an actual client. *Prerequisites: BA 215 and MA 251.




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BA 311 - -BU - -AMARKETING RESEARCHH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 108
32518BA 325 - -BU - -ACORPORATE FINANCEVaramini, HosseinOpen2/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2144.00

CORPORATE FINANCE


4.00 credits. An introduction to fundamental tools and concepts used in short-term and long-term financial decision making. An overview of the major financial markets is provided. Financial statements, discounted cash flow analysis, bond and stock valuation models, risk and return for assets and portfolios, cost of capital, financing decisions, capital budgeting, capital structure of the firm and dividend policy are covered. *Prerequisite: AC 101.




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32535BA 327 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTVaramini, HosseinOpen24/35TH (10:00am-11:40am) H 2134.00

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. Development of an understanding of the international financial environments in which economic policy and business decisions are made. Specifically, the course covers the spot and forward exchange markets, the Eurocurrency market and the international capital markets. The impact of exchange rate behavior on corporations and the foreign exchange risk management for multinational corporations are covered. *Prerequisite: BA 325.




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32519BA 330 - -BU - -ALEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSMelvin, SeanOpen23/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2124.00

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS


4.00 credits. The study and evaluation of legal, ethical and global issues as they pertain to understanding how a business organization operates in a changing socio-economic environment.




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32520BA 330 - -BU - -BLEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSMelvin, SeanOpen7/35TH (12:00pm-01:40pm) H 2124.00

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS


4.00 credits. The study and evaluation of legal, ethical and global issues as they pertain to understanding how a business organization operates in a changing socio-economic environment.




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32521BA 331 - -BU - -ABUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW FOR ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALSWilliams, SylvesterOpen23/35MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 2124.00

BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW FOR ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS


4.00 credits. Legal concepts applicable to the formation and execution of contracts for the business environment are studied with examination of the evolution of contract law and the institution of uniform standards to simplify its applications across geographic boundaries.




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32522BA 337 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSWilliams, SylvesterOpen26/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2124.00

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the study of international business law, the function and importance of public international law, the role of public and private international organizations, and public policy and ethics in setting standards and guidelines for international business. An understanding of the legal problems associated with economic integration within the European Union and North America is emphasized.




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32524BA 365 - -BU - -AHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTCiocirlan, CristinaOpen26/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2154.00

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. A unique overview of the Human Resource Management (HRM) function in terms of practicality and real-world application, the processes and methods used in HRM planning, along with techniques for conducting job analysis, writing job descriptions, equal employment opportunity compliance, recruiting and selecting employees, orientation, training and development, appraising employee performance, and maintaining employee discipline are examined. Varied instructional methods include lecture, small group discussion, document creation and case-study analysis. *Prerequisite: BA 265.




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32525BA 380 - -BU - -AENTREPRENEURSHIPSandu, PetruOpen11/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2154.00

ENTREPRENEURSHIP


4.00 credits. An assessment and development of entrepreneurial skills, emphasizing a "hands-on" approach based on case studies on entrepreneurial ventures, writing business plans on opportunities identified by students, experiential exercises and executive speakers (entrepreneurs, investors and consultants). In-class topics enable students to understand the entrepreneur's profile, and to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to create, start, finance, manage and grow a new venture.




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33365BA 400 - -BU - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSVaramini, HosseinOpen3/5By Arrangement3.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


3.00 credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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33412BA 400 - -BU - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSNeuhauser, HongsongOpen3/5By Arrangement3.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


3.00 credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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33441BA 400 - -BU - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSGreenberg, BryanOpen3/5By Arrangement3.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


3.00 credits. Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course in the semester in which the research or creative project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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32540BA 412 - -BU - -AFINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONSNeuhauser, HongsongOpen28/35MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2144.00

FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONS


4.00 credits. This course introduces derivative markets and their primary instruments with emphasis on real-world applications of theoretical models. The fundamental of derivatives, valuations of typical derivatives such as futures, forwards, swaps, and options, plus using derivatives in risk hedging and speculations will be discussed. At the conclusion of this course, students will gain an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of derivatives and the practical skills in constructing and evaluating dynamic hedging strategies using futures and options. *Prerequisite: BA 325.




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BA 412 - -BU - -AFINANCIAL DERIVATIVES - FUTURES AND OPTIONSMWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 111
32526BA 416 - -BU - -AMARKETING MANAGEMENTChung, EdwardOpen9/24MWF (08:00am-09:10am) H 1144.00

MARKETING MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. Integrating marketing theories and concepts for strategic planning and implementation. This course draws on previous course work in marketing, with special emphasis on the application of marketing theories. Case studies will be primary learning tools. *Prerequisites: BA 215 and 325. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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32527BA 420 - -BU - -AFINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENTNeuhauser, HongsongOpen11/20MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 1144.00

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. This course seeks to provide students with a solid understanding of: terms, facts, and perspectives useful in financial institutions’ management; concepts, tools, and objectives financial institution managers use in framing and resolving various issues; forces shaping the financial service industry environment for financial institution managers, e.g., changes in the information and contracting technologies, changes in the mixture of domestic and global competitors, and interactions of innovations with rules enforced by self-regulatory organizations and government agencies. *Prerequisites: BA 248 and 325.




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BA 420 - -BU - -ALAB - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENTMWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 111
32528BA 424 - -BU - -AINVESTMENTSNeuhauser, HongsongOpen8/23MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 2154.00

INVESTMENTS


4.00 credits. This course emphasizes the various classes of investments available to the investor, sources and uses of investment information, and security and capital market valuation. Fundamental concepts, theories and techniques of investing in different assets are provided. Portfolio management is introduced. *Prerequisite: BA 325.




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BA 424 - -BU - -ALAB - INVESTMENTSMWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 111
32539BA 430 - -BU - -AADVANCED LEGAL ISSUES FOR MANAGERSStaff, NoCancelled35/354.00

ADVANCED LEGAL ISSUES FOR MANAGERS


4.00 credits. This course builds on the foundations from Legal Environment of Business by exploring more advanced concepts in the American legal system through a managerial approach with an analytical focus on legal, regulatory, and ethical issues that impact business entities. The advanced course allows students to develop a more sophisticated level of legal acumen and deeper understanding of how managers use the law to add value to the firm in business operations and planning. This course builds on fundamental concepts introduced in the 300-level courses. *Pre-requisites: BA 330 or 337.




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32529BA 473 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP IN BUSINESSVaramini, HosseinOpen5/5By Arrangement3.00

INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS


3.00 credits. Combined academic goals, abstract/theoretical and experiential learning through an internship assist in the reflection, analysis and integration of experiences and insights gained through internships with the academic theory, principles, concepts, and social and ethical dimensions of the discipline and subject area. This strengthens students’ lifelong-learning skills, professional and public-speaking skills, personal and professional values and ethics, and self-confidence and clarifies personal and career goals. Students must complete at least 125 hours of internship assignment over a 12-week period (eight weeks in summer). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Accounting 470-473 and Business 470-474 may count as accounting or business electives. Additional credits count as free electives. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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BA 473 - -BU - -ADIS - INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESSW (03:30pm-05:00pm) H 226
33179BA 475 - -BU - -ABUSINESS CO-OPERATIVE FELLOWSHIPWilliams, SylvesterOpen1/5By Arrangement0.00

BUSINESS CO-OPERATIVE FELLOWSHIP


0.00 credits. Business students are eligible to supplement their academic coursework with experiential learning through a business cooperative (co-op) fellowship. The fellowship is normally conducted in a student’s junior year and is typically completed within the four-year time frame of a Bachelor’s degree. Business co-op fellows work full time (35+ hours/week) at an approved co-op site while still maintaining their status as full time students. During the co-op semester, students are charged an administrative fee. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




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33368BA 479 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP / CO-OP IN BUSINESSWilliams, SylvesterOpen5/5By Arrangement12.00

INTERNSHIP / CO-OP IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 12.00) credit(s). Students gain work experience with a business organization or government agency on a full-time basis, either during the regular semester or the summer. *Prerequisites: junior or senior standing; Business or International Business major; approval of instructor; and pre-approved placement. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor.




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32530BA 495 - -BU - -ABUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGYSandu, PetruClosed0/20TH (10:00am-11:40am) H 1144.00

BUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive and integrative course that builds on knowledge acquired in the prior business classes, this class offers the opportunity to integrate that knowledge through a cross-functional approach. The focus is on understanding how companies craft and implement strategies that preserve and create sustainable competitive advantage. *Prerequisite: senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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32531BA 495 - -BU - -BBUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGYSandu, PetruOpen9/20TH (12:00pm-01:40pm) H 1144.00

BUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE STRATEGY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive and integrative course that builds on knowledge acquired in the prior business classes, this class offers the opportunity to integrate that knowledge through a cross-functional approach. The focus is on understanding how companies craft and implement strategies that preserve and create sustainable competitive advantage. *Prerequisite: senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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32534BA 498 - -BU - -ASEMINAR IN MARKETINGGreenberg, BryanOpen7/20TH (10:00am-11:40am) H 2144.00

SEMINAR IN MARKETING


4.00 credits. Drawing on students' foundational course work in marketing, this course examines current marketing topics in more depth and with more rigor. Research and/or projects are primary learning tools. *Prerequisite: BA 215. This course is repeatable for credit.




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32532EC 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICSPaul, SanjayClosed0/35TH (08:00am-09:40am) H 2124.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to a country’s gross domestic product. Topics covered include factors affecting a country’s output of goods and services, the role of fiscal policy and monetary policy in dealing with inflation and unemployment, the Federal Reserve system and the goal of price stability, causes and consequences of budget deficits, and factors affecting trade deficits and exchange rates.




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32536EC 101 - -7SSC-C-BSSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICSPaul, SanjayClosed8/35TH (12:00pm-01:40pm) H 2134.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to a country’s gross domestic product. Topics covered include factors affecting a country’s output of goods and services, the role of fiscal policy and monetary policy in dealing with inflation and unemployment, the Federal Reserve system and the goal of price stability, causes and consequences of budget deficits, and factors affecting trade deficits and exchange rates.




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32533EC 102 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSKrichevskiy, DmitriyOpen1/35MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2134.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Science Core Course) Topics covered include the basis for decision-making by economic agents, utility maximization by consumers, the demand curve, profit maximization by firms, diminishing returns and input choice, optimal output and price for a firm in various market structures, market failure, income inequality, and comparative advantage and international trade.




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32537EC 301 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICSKrichevskiy, DmitriyOpen23/35MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 2114.00

INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. Description of the theory of the consumer and the firm. Topics include analytical treatment of maximization of utility and profits, resource use and allocation, market structures and welfare analysis. *Prerequisite: EC 102.




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32538EC 309 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICSPaul, SanjayOpen9/16TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 1124.00

INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS


4.00 credits. The course provides an introduction to techniques of mathematical modeling in economics and business. Linear algebra. Cramer's Rule. Comparative statics. Differential calculus. Unconstrained and constrained optimization. First order and second order conditions for an extremum. Dynamic optimization. Use of mathematical software. Several applications in microeconomics, macroeconomics, operations management and finance. *Prerequisite: MA 121.




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CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT
32697CH 105 - -6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCEHoffman, GaryClosed0/35MWF (08:00am-09:00am) N 2074.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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32698CH 105 - -6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCERood, JeffreyClosed0/35MWF (09:30am-10:30am) N 2284.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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32699CH 105 - -6NPS-C-CNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCERood, JeffreyOpen9/35MWF (12:30pm-01:30pm) E GAUD4.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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33424CH 105 - -6NPS-C-DNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCERood, JeffreyOpen12/35MWF (08:00am-09:00am) E 3804.00

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, physical properties, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: high school chemistry and algebra. *Corequisite: CH 105L. Fall semester.




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32700CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEHagan, ThomasOpen8/22M (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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32701CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEPapez, RichardClosed0/22T (08:00am-10:50am) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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32702CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-CNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEAmoroso, JonOpen8/22W (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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32703CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-DNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEGibson, LaurenOpen1/22H (08:00am-10:50am) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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32704CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ENPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEPapez, RichardClosed0/24H (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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33386CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-FNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCERood, JeffreyClosed0/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH105. *Corequisite: CH 105.




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32705CH 109 - -6NPS-C-ANPS INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCEPapez, RichardClosed10/35MWF (12:30pm-01:45pm) TH 1054.00

NPS INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) Scientific principles are applied to the analysis of evidence found at a crime scene. Fingerprints, bloodstains, drugs, paint chips, broken glass, and strands of hair are all valuable evidence for solving crimes, but only if they are properly collected and analyzed. This course provides an overview of the field of forensic science and ties in the scientific concepts underlying the various techniques. CH 109 as a stand-alone course will satisfy Natural and Physical Non-Lab Science Core. Fall semester.




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32706CH 170 - -CH - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERSStaff, NoCancelled24/244.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the study of the material world from a conceptual, model-building viewpoint. Topics include: elements and compounds, atomic composition and electronic structure, bonding and molecular structure, solid-state and materials chemistry, thermodynamics and nuclear chemistry.




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32707CH 201 - -CH - -ALABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRYGibson, LaurenOpen12/24M (03:30pm-04:20pm) MU 2322.00

LABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRY


2.00 credit. This course presents a number of laboratory techniques that are used in many of the upper-level chemistry (and other science) courses. These techniques include: keeping a laboratory notebook, making careful volumetric and gravimetric measurements, performing statistical analysis and writing a report. *Prerequisite: CH 105. Hours: lecture 1, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




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CH 201 - -CH - -ALAB - LABORATORY METHODS IN CHEMISTRYW (02:00pm-05:00pm) MU 106
32708CH 213 - -CH - -AORGANIC CHEMISTRY IIAmoroso, JonOpen11/42MWF (08:00am-09:00am) TH 1054.00

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II


4.00 credits. A continuation of CH 113, that builds on the principles of structure and reactivity from kinetic, thermodynamic, stereochemical, and mechanistic viewpoints. An emphasis will be placed on synthesis and reaction mechanism with a focus on the chemistry of aromatic compounds and the carbonyl group. The importance of organic compounds across disciplines and in everyday life will be emphasized. *Prerequisite(s): a grade of C- or above in CH 113. *Corequisite(s): CH 213L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




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32709CH 213 -L-CH - -AORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORYPapez, RichardOpen3/14H (08:00am-10:50am) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II. *Corequisite: CH 213.




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32710CH 213 -L-CH - -BORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORYYeagley, DavidOpen5/14T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II. *Corequisite: CH 213.




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32711CH 213 -L-CH - -CORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORYAmoroso, JonOpen3/14T (08:00am-10:50am) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry II. *Corequisite: CH 213.




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33379CH 291 - -CH - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYHoffman, GaryOpen4/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 3.00) credit(s). An independent experimental or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member and designed specifically for students who are too early in their course work to begin Chemistry 491, Chemistry 496, or Chemistry 471. *Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33390CH 291 - -CH - -BINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYRood, JeffreyOpen4/5By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 3.00) credit(s). An independent experimental or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member and designed specifically for students who are too early in their course work to begin Chemistry 491, Chemistry 496, or Chemistry 471. *Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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32712CH 323 - -CH - -ABIOCHEMISTRY IHagan, ThomasOpen15/37TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 2143.00

BIOCHEMISTRY I


3.00 credits. The integration of principles introduced in previous courses, including general biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry, applied towards an understanding of living matter. Stuctures, functions, and metabolism of the major classes of biomolecules are emphasized. *Prerequisites: BIO 111, CH 213, and an additional 200-level biology or chemistry and biochemistry department course. Fall semester.




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32713CH 326 - -CH - -ATECHNIQUES OF BIOCHEMISTRY IYeagley, DavidOpen11/15M (01:00pm-05:00pm) MU 2012.00

TECHNIQUES OF BIOCHEMISTRY I


2.00 credits. Techniques used in experimental investigations in biochemistry. Hours: laboratory 4. *Corequisite: CH 323. Fall semester.




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32714CH 343 - -CH - -AATOMS AND MOLECULESHoffman, GaryOpen19/24MWF (09:30am-10:30am) MU 2324.00

ATOMS AND MOLECULES


4.00 credits. An investigation of the fundamental structure of atoms and molecules and their interactions. The basics of quantum mechanics are presented and applied to the systems of interest. Chemical properties are interpreted from the molecular level. Specific application is made to spectroscopy. *Prerequisites: PHY 201, MA 122, CH 214, and CH 242. *Corequisite: CH 343L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




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32715CH 343 -L-CH - -AATOMS AND MOLECULES LABORATORYHoffman, GaryOpen19/24T (09:00am-11:00am) MU 215

ATOMS AND MOLECULES LABORATORY


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany CH 343. *Corequisite: CH 343.




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CH 343 -L-CH - -ALEC - ATOMS AND MOLECULES LABORATORYT (08:00am-09:00am) MU 232
32716CH 343 -L-CH - -BATOMS AND MOLECULES LABORATORYStaff, NoCancelled24/24

ATOMS AND MOLECULES LABORATORY


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany CH 343. *Corequisite: CH 343.




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32717CH 361 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IHagan, ThomasOpen9/12F (11:00am-12:15pm) H 2130.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR I


0.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 361 challenges students to critically evaluate how chemistry is communicated to a range of audiences through the written and spoken word. In addition to completing a major writing piece, students are required to deliver at least one oral presentation, as well as attend and evaluate the oral presentations of their peers. Students must enroll in both Chemistry 361 and Chemistry 362 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of Chemistry 362. Hours: seminar 1. Fall semester.




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32723CH 414 - -CH - -AADVANCED INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSISGibson, LaurenOpen9/12TH (11:00am-12:00pm) MU 2324.00

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Modern analytical methods, applications and instrumentation. *Prerequisite: CH 214. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 4. Fall or spring semester.




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CH 414 - -CH - -ALAB - ADVANCED INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIST (02:00pm-06:00pm) MU 215
32719CH 455 - -CH - -AINTEGRATED CHEMISTRY LABORATORY IHagan, ThomasOpen20/24W (12:30pm-03:30pm) MU 2151.00

INTEGRATED CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I


1.00 credit. Investigation of a research problem requiring integration and application of knowledge and techniques from several different areas of chemistry. The course is taught jointly by all members of the department. *Prerequisites: Senior standing or permission of instructor. Hours: laboratory 3. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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32721CH 461 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IIIHagan, ThomasOpen8/12F (11:00am-12:15pm) H 2130.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR III


0.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 461 challenges students to critically evaluate how chemistry is communicated to a range of audiences through the written and spoken word. In addition to completing a major writing piece, students are required to deliver at least one oral presentation, as well as attend and evaluate the oral presentations of their peers. Students must enroll in both CH 461 and CH 462 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of CH 462. Hours: seminar 1. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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33382CH 491 - -CH - -ARESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYGibson, LaurenOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An original experiment or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member. Experimental design and a written report are required. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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33391CH 491 - -CH - -BRESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYRood, JeffreyOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An original experiment or theoretical investigation under the close supervision of a faculty member. Experimental design and a written report are required. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
32551COM120 - -CM - -AINTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS THEORY AND PRACTICETelleen, MatthewOpen6/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1144.00

INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATIONS THEORY AND PRACTICE


4.00 credits. In this course students study communication as a field of study focusing both on human and mediated communication (news, persuasion, entertainment). As theories provide the means to understand, explain, predict and implement communication processes and events. This course will also expose students to significant media history to inform the current applications of media in society, business and mass communication environments. *This course is required of all Communications majors and minors.




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32552COM130 - -CM - -AVISUAL COMMUNICATIONSHughes, KatherineClosed0/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2104.00

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS


4.00 credits. In this course students study the design, theory and development of production in visual communication including digital photography, new media design and basic print design principles. Students will apply aesthetics and concepts learned to the production of visual media projects. *Prerequisite: Declared or intended communications major or declared communications minor or permission of the instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 75.00

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32553COM145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)Hughes, KatherineClosed0/16MW (02:00pm-03:40pm) ST 2114.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




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COM145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)MW (02:00pm-03:40pm) ST 210
32555COM210 - -CM - -APUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND PRESENTATIONJohnson, KirstenOpen1/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2114.00

PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND PRESENTATION


4.00 credits. Students become proficient at translating the written word into a professional oral performance. Exercises and projects develop competence in a variety of areas appropriate to any of the Communications concentrations that may be chosen by a major. This course is an advanced professional speaking course, which allows students to experience various presentation formats with the focus on one organization. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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32556COM211 - -CM - -AINTRODUCTION TO WRITING ACROSS THE MEDIAPoniatowski, KellyOpen4/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1084.00

INTRODUCTION TO WRITING ACROSS THE MEDIA


4.00 credits. In this course students study the application and importance of clear, logical writing necessary for success in print, broadcast, online, project management. Grammar, language skills and Associated Press style will be introduced and refined. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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32557COM230 - -CM - -AVIDEO APPLICATIONS AND TECHNIQUESJohnson, KirstenClosed0/16TH (12:30pm-02:20pm) ST 2114.00

VIDEO APPLICATIONS AND TECHNIQUES


4.00 credits. The technical and aesthetic fundamentals of the television industry and video production fields are explored in this course, including an advanced examination of writing and production materials for television/video programming. An in-depth analysis of the video medium, including commercials, news, documentaries, digital editing and special programs, will be undertaken. Through the development of analytical, technical and critical skills, the student will become knowledgeable in writing and producing a complete range of video projects. A general overview of the history of video broadcasting is included. Students are required to purchase production materials for the course. *Prerequisites: COM 120 and 130. Fall semester.




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32558COM235 - -CM - -AMULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS FOR CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONHughes, KatherineOpen3/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 2104.00

MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS FOR CORPORATE COMMUNICATION


4.00 credits. This course addresses theory and principles of multimedia (audio and video) as applied in business and organizational settings. This course emphasizes achieving an organization’s goals through informing, persuading, and entertaining while applying the foundations of theory, planning, scripting, storyboarding, and production. *Prerequisite: COM 120 and 130. Fall semester.




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32559COM248 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATION LAW AND ETHICSTelleen, MatthewOpen1/25MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1014.00

COMMUNICATION LAW AND ETHICS


4.00 credits. An examination of the law related to the field of communications as well as its history and effects. Current ethical issues are explored through case studies. Analysis of legal and ethical issues affecting the media – including the First Amendment, defamation, privacy, news gathering, obscenity, copyright and broadcasting/telecommunications – and the views of philosophers from Socrates to the present. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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32560COM252 - -9HUM-C-AHUM MULTI-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONSTelleen, MatthewOpen12/35MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1014.00

HUM MULTI-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) The course is designed to study issues of diversity and the media by investigating the audience, content and institutions of communications. Cultural perceptions will be explored as they relate to an individual's beliefs on diversity such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, class and disability. A research and field experience will challenge students to analyze and formulate their own views. Fall semester.




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32561COM261 - -CM - -AINTRODUCTION TO CINEMAHelb, ColinOpen30/35MW (02:00pm-03:50pm) ST 1144.00

INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA


4.00 credits. This course is an introduction to cinema studies including the history of cinema, methodologies of filmmaking and criticism, and critical analysis of film. Throughout the semester, students will learn to actively watch and analyze a variety of films, as well as the general application of critical film analysis. the history of film from the early experimental films produced at the turn of the century through the rise of the “Studio System,” alternative cinema and “New Hollywood,” and contemporary filmmaking. Major film theories and theorists will be explored contemporaneously and critically analyzed.




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32562COM310 - -CM - -ADIGITAL MEDIA CONVERGENCE AND DESIGNHelb, ColinClosed0/16MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2104.00

DIGITAL MEDIA CONVERGENCE AND DESIGN


4.00 credits. This course is an examination of convergence in mass media and how that convergence impacts website design. Through theory, application and practice, students will learn about media convergence and its place in the new media landscape. Emphasis will be placed on proper design and evaluation of websites. *Prerequisites: COM 120 and 130, or ART 207 and COM 130. Fall semester.




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32563COM316 - -CM - -AWRITING AND REPORTING FOR BROADCASTJohnson, KirstenOpen4/18MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2104.00

WRITING AND REPORTING FOR BROADCAST


4.00 credits. This course serves as an introduction to the styles and techniques of writing for the broadcast media. Emphasis is given to conceptualizing, writing and editing news copy for television and radio as well as copy for commercial and public service campaigns. *Prerequisites: COM 211, 220 and 230. Fall semester.




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32564COM330 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODSTelleen, MatthewOpen4/16MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2044.00

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. In this course students use social science methods to analyze the role of communications (corporate and mass communication) to solve current challenges. Students will pursue research projects in which theories are applied and tested using the scientific method. Students learn both theoretical and methodological concepts for documenting applied research in communications, including but not limited to public opinion polling, market research and qualitative methods, focusing on surveys, content analysis, focus groups and audience analysis. *Prerequisite: Junior standing in the communications major or minor.




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32565COM333 - -CM - -AORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATIONGillis, TamaraOpen15/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2044.00

ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION


4.00 credits. Through theory, application and practice, this course explores aspects of organizational communication in order to prepare students for the challenges of organized activity at work, in the community, and in the family. *Prerequisite: COM 120.




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32566COM351 - -CM - -APUBLIC RELATIONSGillis, TamaraOpen3/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 2044.00

PUBLIC RELATIONS


4.00 credits. A study of the theory and practice of public relations, its role in administration, its role in society, and its potential as a career. Course content addresses strategies and tactics of public relations in commercial, nonprofit and government organizations. *Prerequisite: COM 211. Fall semester.




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32567COM355 - -CM - -AWRITING FOR CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONPoniatowski, KellyClosed0/18MW (09:30am-10:50am) H 1084.00

WRITING FOR CORPORATE COMMUNICATION


4.00 credits. In this course students study a survey of strategic writing activities that address the most common and best practices in corporate communication, included but not limited to project management documents, media relations documents, and corporate media production documents. *Prerequisite: COM 211. Fall semester.




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33144COM370 - -CM - -ADIGITAL SPORTS JOURNALISMConnolly, DanielOpen6/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2104.00

DIGITAL SPORTS JOURNALISM


4.00 credits. Sports is the most read section of the newspaper. Not only do newspapers play an integral role in sports and culture, but electronic forms of media such as video, podcasts, and social media do as well. This course will explore sports journalism within the context of writing, shooting video, creating podcasts, and using forms of social media to tell stories. Students will study a variety of ways to tell tehir sports stories and create a portfolio of work. *Prerequisites: COM 211.




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32568COM485 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATIONS CAPSTONEGillis, TamaraOpen3/12TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2044.00

COMMUNICATIONS CAPSTONE


4.00 credits. A capstone course providing an integration of course work, knowledge, skills and experiential learning to enable the student to demonstrate a broad mastery of professional expectations for a promise of initial employability, further learning and career advancement. Critical thinking, creative thinking, problem-solving strategies, effective written and oral communication, quantitative and qualitative analysis, computer literacy, library competency and mediated communication related to a student's concentration and specific career plans is employed. *Prerequisite: senior standing and majors only and COM 330. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




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33452COM498 - -CM - -AHONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE IJohnson, KirstenOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

HONORS IN THE DISCIPLINE I


2.00 credits. Communications majors of superior ability are invited to explore a topic of their choosing and produce a major work in consultation with the student’s honors committee. A public oral presentation of the work is also expected. *Prerequisite: Communications majors with a GPA of at least 3.6 in the major and 3.5 overall by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. By invitation only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
32724CS 121 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IGu, TingOpen4/22TH (09:00am-10:50am) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction. NOTE: This course will satisfy Mathematics Core AU for students enrolled prior to Fall 2013.




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32725CS 121 - -CS - -BCOMPUTER SCIENCE IWittman, BarryOpen1/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction. NOTE: This course will satisfy Mathematics Core AU for students enrolled prior to Fall 2013.




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32726CS 121 - -CS - -CCOMPUTER SCIENCE ILeap, ThomasOpen6/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction. NOTE: This course will satisfy Mathematics Core AU for students enrolled prior to Fall 2013.




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32732CS 121 - -CS - -DCOMPUTER SCIENCE IGu, TingOpen10/22TH (11:00am-12:50pm) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE I


4.00 credits. The fundamental concepts of computer organization, machine-level representation of data, algorithmic development and structured programming are presented with an emphasis on the syntactic and execution characteristics of an object-oriented programming language, including data types; arithmetic operators and assignment; input/output, selection and iteration constructs; elementary data structures; and procedural abstraction. NOTE: This course will satisfy Mathematics Core AU for students enrolled prior to Fall 2013.




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32727CS 122 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IILeap, ThomasOpen2/22MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2084.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE II


4.00 credits. A continuation of the presentation of the computer software essentials. The course surveys fundamental data structures for information processing and corresponding algorithm construction. The implementation of these data structures is considered. Additional topics include recursion, file processing, classes and advanced object-oriented programming techniques. *Prerequisite: CS 121.




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32728CS 221 - -CS - -ADATA STRUCTURESWittman, BarryClosed0/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 2814.00

DATA STRUCTURES


4.00 credits. The design of algorithms for handling abstract data types, including stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs is coupled with an introduction to complexity analysis, storage allocation and management. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Fall semester.




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33505CS 221 - -CS - -BDATA STRUCTURESWittman, BarryOpen13/20MWF (03:30pm-04:45pm) E 2814.00

DATA STRUCTURES


4.00 credits. The design of algorithms for handling abstract data types, including stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs is coupled with an introduction to complexity analysis, storage allocation and management. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Fall semester.




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32729CS 309 - -CS - -ADATABASE SYSTEMSGu, TingClosed0/22TH (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 2814.00

DATABASE SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. An introduction to concepts of databases and database management systems including the storage, processing, evaluation, display and security of data. The course represents a study of the database logical and physical design; of the basic management techniques using the most popular data languages, SQL and QBE; and of the different methodologies for database development – the relational approach and the object-oriented approach. Practical skills to create concrete databases and the corresponding information systems using some of the most used software products (Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL and MS Access) are considered. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Fall Semester.




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32733CS 310 - -CS - -AWEB DEVELOPMENTLeap, ThomasClosed0/16MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) HL4.00

WEB DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. A study of the architecture and functionality of the Internet and the World Wide Web is followed by an in-depth study of website design, including comprehensive coverage of HTML, XML, and other tools needed to establish an interactive website with a database back-end. Client-side programming will be done in JavaScript. Server-side programming will be done in a variety of languages that may include PHP, JSP, ASP.NET, or frameworks such as Rails. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Fall semester.




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32731CS 332 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE (EGR 332)Wunderlich, JosephOpen4/17MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2734.00

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE (EGR 332)


4.00 credits. Introduction to Boolean algebra, design of combinational and sequential circuits, and their use in von Neumann computer architecture. Basic parts of computer systems – including memory, control and input-output systems – are studied. The student is expected to design a simple micro-programmed computer. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Fall semester.




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32734CS 434 - -CS - -AGREEN ROBOTICS, AUTOMATION, AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE (EGR 434)Wunderlich, JosephOpen17/17MWF (03:30pm-04:50pm) E 2734.00

GREEN ROBOTICS, AUTOMATION, AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE (EGR 434)


4.00 credits. Cutting-edge innovations in robotics, automation, and machine Intelligence that result in the most environmentally-friendly and humanity-sensitive use of technology and resources to manufacture products or aid humans. Various forms of Machine Intelligence including Symbolic AI which uses programmed rules, heuristics, and forms of knowledge representation; and artificial neural networks which are connectionist computer architectures (hardware or software) where many computational nodes are connected to solve problems requiring rapid adaptation, or where governing equations are not known or cannot be easily computed. Mobile-robot and robotic-arm theory, applications, simulations, real-time control, and path-planning strategies are included. *Prerequisites: CS 121 and MA 121. Fall semester, odd-numbered years.




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33406CS 495 - -CS - -AHONORS PROJECTS IN COMPUTINGLeap, ThomasOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

HONORS PROJECTS IN COMPUTING


Variable (2.00 to 4.00 credits. The course consists of the development of an intensive individual project that must involve computing topics not covered in regular course offerings. The project should be approved and guided by a faculty member. Students must prepare a written report describing original exposition, research, and/or computing applications. Oral presentation of the results is also required. Restrictive acceptance for taking this course applies. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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DATA ANALYTICS
32920DAT200 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICS IReddig, NancyClosed0/30T (08:00am-09:40am) E 1642.00

DATA ANALYTICS I


2.00 credits. An introduction to databases and SQL queries. Topics include how to create, read, and use Structured Query Language (SQL), design, population, query, and use of databases.




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32921DAT300 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICS IINeuhauser, HongsongOpen12/21W (03:30pm-05:30pm) H 1112.00

DATA ANALYTICS II


2.00 credits. Data Analytics II provides an introduction to the fundamentals of data preparation and management, data mining, and forecasting using SAS® Enterprise Miner. This is an application-driven course allowing students to gain an understanding of Enterprise Miner software environment, statistical basics of data mining and forecasting, and the practical issues involved in applied forecasting in a business setting. Upon completion of this course, students shall be able to independently carry out data analysis and forecasting projects. *Prerequisite: MA 252.




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EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
32411ED 105 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGCaprino, KathrynOpen3/28TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 1064.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, sociological, political and historical foundations of education and learning. The course emphasizes on the concepts, theories, and research on learning and the factors, including teaching, that influence learning. Includes 20 hours (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks) of field experience with a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program. Majors only.




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32412ED 105 - -ED - -BFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGTyminski, CarrollOpen2/24TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1294.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, sociological, political and historical foundations of education and learning. The course emphasizes on the concepts, theories, and research on learning and the factors, including teaching, that influence learning. Includes 20 hours (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks) of field experience with a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program. Majors only.




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32413ED 105 - -ED - -CFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGStaff, NoCancelled24/244.00

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, sociological, political and historical foundations of education and learning. The course emphasizes on the concepts, theories, and research on learning and the factors, including teaching, that influence learning. Includes 20 hours (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks) of field experience with a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program. Majors only.




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32414ED 105 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LABFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen2/49By Arrangement

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LAB


0.00 credit. Lab for ED105. *Corequisite: ED 105.




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32415ED 151 - -ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENTCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen18/28MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1064.00

EARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. This course examines the concepts, theories, and research on early adolescent and adolescent development. It focuses on typical and atypical physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and moral development of children ages 8-18. Students will be introduced to different models, approaches, and developmentally appropriate practices for students in grades 4-12. Field experience is required, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Prerequisite: ED 105, and corequisite: ED 151L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program. Majors only.




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32416ED 151 -L-ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT LABFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen18/28By Arrangement

EARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT LAB


0.00 credit. A course designed to familiarize pre-service teachers with concepts, theories and research on cognition and learning for pre-adolescents and adolescents. The course emphasizes the study of theories of cognitive development and learning, constructivism, memory, higher-order thinking, motivation, individual differences and the application of these theories in the classroom. Includes field experience, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED151.




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32417ED 161 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY ILicona, PeterOpen9/24M (08:00am-09:20am) N 1272.00

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY I


2.00 credits. An introductory study of current and emerging instructional media and technologies used across the grades and curricula. Organizing time and records through technology and computer-mediated communications, including basic multimedia presentation tools, are presented. Classroom-related features of Word and PowerPoint are practiced at an introductory level. Majors only.




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32418ED 161 - -ED - -BINTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY IStaff, NoCancelled24/242.00

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY I


2.00 credits. An introductory study of current and emerging instructional media and technologies used across the grades and curricula. Organizing time and records through technology and computer-mediated communications, including basic multimedia presentation tools, are presented. Classroom-related features of Word and PowerPoint are practiced at an introductory level. Majors only.




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32443ED 212 - -ED - -ACHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURECaprino, KathrynOpen2/22M (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1042.00

CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURE


2.00 credits. The course focuses on literacy genres and the work of well-known authors and illustrators and includes study of multicultural literature that represents diverse ethnic, linguistic, and cultural perspectives. Response to literature and selection of books for the classroom are emphasized. Course content is applicable for Early Childhood and Middle Level classrooms. Provisional or formal acceptance into the Education Program is required.




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32444ED 212 - -ED - -BCHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURECaprino, KathrynOpen5/16T (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1042.00

CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURE


2.00 credits. The course focuses on literacy genres and the work of well-known authors and illustrators and includes study of multicultural literature that represents diverse ethnic, linguistic, and cultural perspectives. Response to literature and selection of books for the classroom are emphasized. Course content is applicable for Early Childhood and Middle Level classrooms. Provisional or formal acceptance into the Education Program is required.




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32419ED 250 - -ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOODBellew, WendyOpen10/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1044.00

LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. This course focuses on the research-based principles and practices for language and literacy development of children ages birth to 9. Topics include language acquisition, reading and writing development, and strategies for teaching comprehension, fluency, word study and vocabulary in the early grades (PK through fourth). Requires field experience. *Prerequisites: ED 105 or 106, and 150 or 151, and corequisite: ED 250L. Provisional or formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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32420ED 250 -L-ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LABBellew, WendyOpen10/24By Arrangement

LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LAB


0.00 credits. Lab for ED 250. *Corequisite: ED 250.




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32421ED 258 - -ED - -AEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATIONHaley-Mize, Leigh ShannonOpen6/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1294.00

EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION


4.00 credits. Examines current issues, trends and practices in educational assessment. Emphasizes the study of different assessment and evaluation procedures in the early childhood, elementary and secondary classroom. Explores a variety of traditional and innovative approaches to assessment of student learning and development. Provisional or formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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32422ED 305 - -ED - -AMETHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONLicona, PeterOpen11/12TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1314.00

METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. A study of the instructional methodology of an academic discipline with emphasis upon literacy strategies, reading in the content, and assessment. Students complete a field experience component which explores these practices under the guidance of a clinical professor in the academic major (e.g., science, English, mathematics, social studies) for grades 7-12. *Prerequisite(s): ED 150 or ED 151. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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ED 305 - -ED - -AFWK - METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONF (08:00am-04:00pm) FIELD FIELD
32423ED 305 - -ED - -BMETHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen10/14MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1294.00

METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. A study of the instructional methodology of an academic discipline with emphasis upon literacy strategies, reading in the content, and assessment. Students complete a field experience component which explores these practices under the guidance of a clinical professor in the academic major (e.g., science, English, mathematics, social studies) for grades 7-12. *Prerequisite(s): ED 150 or ED 151. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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ED 305 - -ED - -BFWK - METHODS OF SECONDARY EDUCATIONF (08:00am-04:00pm) FIELD FIELD
32424ED 325 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOODLicona, PeterOpen14/24TF (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of science processes in an early childhood school program and the utilization of multiple resources, organization, management, evaluation, instructional strategies, and integration of science and health in the early childhood program. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and 258 and corequisites: ED 335, 345 and 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Fall semester.




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32425ED 335 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY CHILDHOODLicona, PeterOpen14/24MW (09:30am-11:00am) N 1314.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of how children develop a background of understanding and skill in mathematics in Pre-K to fourth grade, concentrating on the development of problem-solving, reasoning, and communication skills in mathematics, and connecting mathematics and the real world. Additional focus will be on organization for instruction, alternative means of evaluation, and teaching special needs and at-risk students. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and 258 and corequisites: ED 325, 345 and 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Fall semester.




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32426ED 341 - -ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOMCaprino, KathrynClosed0/28TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1064.00

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM


4.00 credits. This course introduces future teachers to the special linguistic and cultural educational needs of English language learners (ELL). Aspects of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural knowledge will be studied as well as methods of instruction that focus on the language needs and background knowledge of the ELL. Theory and practices of current ELL programs will also be examined. Includes 20 hours of field experience (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks). *Prerequisites: ED 105 or 106, and 150 or 151, and corequisite: ED 341L. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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32427ED 341 -L-ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LABFinley-Bowman, RachelClosed0/28By Arrangement

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LAB


0.00 credit. Lab for ED 341. *Corequisite: ED 341.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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32428ED 345 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN EARLY CHILDHOODBellew, WendyOpen14/24MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1044.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits.This course furthers the study of literacy theories and research-based practices presented in ED 250. This course explores approaches to teaching reading and writing in the primary grades and examines the construction of rich literacy environment in culturally, linguistically, and socio-economically diverse classrooms. Course content focuses on instructional strategies, curriculum design and implementation, and assessment and evaluation. Field experience is required for Methods Block. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): ED 250 and 258 and corequisites: ED 325, 335, & 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Fall semester.




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32429ED 360 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOODBellew, WendyOpen6/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1044.00

INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. This course is designed to familiarize students with the creative, self-expression and problem-solving skills among children in early childhood settings. Students will explore creative learning theories and research and focus on developmentally appropriate curriculum strategies in all developmental domains. This course emphasizes strategies to develop, implement and evaluate activities in the environment that encourages and supports creative self-expression and problem solving in children. *Prerequisite: ED 250. Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32432ED 365 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN EARLY CHILDHOODFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen14/24MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1294.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of content, teaching strategies, materials, organizing approaches and curricula for teaching social studies at the early elementary level (PK through fourth grade). Students will be required to complete a field experience component, documented by a journal. *Prerequisite: ED 250 and 258 and corequisites: ED 325, 335 and 345. Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33345ED 400 - -ED - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONOpen24/25By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATION


2.00 credits. Students participating in the Department's Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course during semesters in which research or writing for their project is being completed. Recognition for Honors in the Discipline is not assured by completion of this course. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33384ED 400 - -ED - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONSkillen, MatthewClosed0/1By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATION


2.00 credits. Students participating in the Department's Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course during semesters in which research or writing for their project is being completed. Recognition for Honors in the Discipline is not assured by completion of this course. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33385ED 400 - -ED - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONCoyle, H. ElizabethClosed0/1By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATION


2.00 credits. Students participating in the Department's Honors in the Discipline Program may register for this course during semesters in which research or writing for their project is being completed. Recognition for Honors in the Discipline is not assured by completion of this course. See Department Chair for additional information. *Prerequisite: invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32433ED 470 - -ED - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: EARLY CHLDFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen5/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: EARLY CHLD


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32434ED 470 - -ED - -BPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/M LVLFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen21/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/M LVL


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32435ED 470 - -ED - -GPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SOCIAL STUFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen22/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SOCIAL STU


12.00 credits. Supervised student teaching for a full semester at the level of certification (Early Childhood, Elementary/Middle, dual certification in Special Education, or Secondary Education). A maximum of twelve credit hours from Education 470 may count toward the education major. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: completion of all program requirements with Education prefixes and cumulative grade point average required at the time of full admission to the program and corequisites: ED 495, 496, or 497. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Course fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32436ED 495 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOODBelfatti, MonicaOpen5/24M (05:00pm-08:30pm) N 1044.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD


4.00 credits. A study of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, and special education issues in early childhood. (PK through fourth grade). Particular emphasis will be given to the laws, procedures, and codes of conduct that guide practice, collaboration with diverse families, advocacy for the rights of children and their families, and support for the transition of children to new educational settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32437ED 496 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR ELEMENTARY/ MIDDLE LEVELCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen25/28M (05:00pm-08:30pm) N 1064.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR ELEMENTARY/ MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course serves as an issues seminar for pre-service teachers, engaging them in active discussion of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, and special education issues in middle school settings (fourth through eighth grades). Particular emphasis will be given to the laws, procedures, and codes of conduct that guide practice, collaboration with diverse families, advocacy for the rights of early adolescent and adolescent students and their families, and support for the transition of adolescents to new educational settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32438ED 497 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR SECONDARY EDUCATIONCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen22/24M (05:00pm-08:30pm) N 1274.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION


4.00 credits. This course serves as an issues seminar for pre-service teachers, engaging them in active discussion of professional and ethical practices, family and community relationships, (urban, rural and suburban environments), advocacy for student rights, the transition of adolescents to new educational settings and special education issues in secondary school settings. *Corequisites: ED 470. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33132MCI510 - -ED - -ACURRICULUM AND PUBLIC POLICYFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen12/1208/18/2017 - 10/18/20173.00

CURRICULUM AND PUBLIC POLICY


3.00 credits. This course examines the current educational policy debates, both in the United States and abroad, with focus upon governance, the purposes of schooling, models of curriculum reform, and teacher preparation. Students will be required to apply what they learn as they analyze real-life case scenarios. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
33133MCI520 - -ED - -APEGAGOGY, MODELS, AND METHODS OF INSTRUCTION FOR EFFECTIVE SCHOOLSCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen12/1210/23/2017 - 12/12/20173.00

PEGAGOGY, MODELS, AND METHODS OF INSTRUCTION FOR EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS


3.00 credits. This course explores best practices in pedagogy and the correlates for the creation of effective schools across the PK-12 continuum. It emphasizes the epistemologies and strategies associated with instructional models and curricula of peace education across the globe, including intercultural, multicultural, and integrative programs. Students will be required to apply what they learn as they analyze real-life case scenarios. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
33134MCI555 - -ED - -ACLASSROOM AND SCHOOL CLIMATECoyle, H. ElizabethOpen13/2008/28/2017 - 10/18/20173.00

CLASSROOM AND SCHOOL CLIMATE


3.00 credits. This course examines the dynamics of power – as it is contextualized in the PK-12 school and classroom – and the implications for student performance, regulation, and achievement. The discussion will revolve around practices that create a school culture that empowers educators and students to critically evaluate and seek to improve traditional educational cultures through the workings of a “culture” including routines, rituals, myths, lore, and values. *Prerequisite(s): Completion of all foundational courses. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (100% Online)
33135MCI560 - -ED - -ACONFLICT RESOLUTIONCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen5/1210/23/2017 - 12/12/20173.00

CONFLICT RESOLUTION


3.00 credits. This course explores the theory, process and principles of conflict resolution and examines the methods, curriculum, and peace programs used in schools to manage conflict constructively. Students will have the opportunity to apply course concepts through reflection on personal conflict style, case study, and research. *Prerequisite(s): Completion of all foundational courses. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (100% Online)
32445MSE542 - -ED - -AEFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBDCoyle, H. ElizabethOpen9/16W (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1294.00

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD AND/OR EBD


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare teachers to support the participation and education of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (EBD) in the PK-12 setting. Emphasis is on the diagnostic criteria, methods of identification, and best practices in intervention and support according to current research. Field experience is required. *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisites: MSE 544, MSE 565, and MSE 542L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32446MSE542 -L-ED - -AEFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH PDD AND/OR EDFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen9/16By Arrangement

EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH PDD AND/OR ED


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 542. *Corequisite: MSE 542. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32447MSE544 - -ED - -AINTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTIONHaley-Mize, Leigh ShannonOpen9/16TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1294.00

INTENSIVE READING, WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION


4.00 credits.This course provides substantive, research-based instruction that effectively prepares future teachers to assess and provide interventions to students who are struggling in the reading, writing, and mathematics content areas. An emphasis will be placed on determining differences between typical and problematic performance in each of the areas and modifying instructional methods, providing strategy instruction, and monitoring progress in each area. A clinical field experience is required. *Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite(s): MSE 542, MSE 565, and MSE 544L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32448MSE544 -L-ED - -AINTENSIVE READING,WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION LABORATORYFinley-Bowman, RachelOpen9/16By Arrangement

INTENSIVE READING,WRITING, AND MATHEMATICS INTERVENTION LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 544. *Corequisite: MSE 544. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32449MSE565 - -ED - -AISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATIONTyminski, CarrollOpen9/16TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

ISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION


4.00 credits.Working with a faculty mentor, this is a self-directed and self-constructed course for those specializing in PK-8 or 7-12 certifications. Graduate candidates select specific topics to explore that are particularly germane to their certificate levels and companion competencies. *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisites: MSE 542 and MSE 544. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32440SED212 - -ED - -ALEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512)Coyle, H. ElizabethOpen12/28MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512)


4.00 credits. A study of the scientific principles and best practices for creating and sustaining an optimal learning environment and positive social interaction for diverse learners in an inclusive classroom setting. Emphasis is on analyzing factors that influence academic and social behavior, adapting the physical environment, implementing an equitable classroom management system, maintaining a respectful climate, teaching social skills, and implementing positive behavioral supports. *Prerequisites: ED 105, and 150 or 151. Provisional or formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32441SED222 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 522)Tyminski, CarrollOpen11/28TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1064.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 522)


4.00 credits. This course is an introduction to philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of Special Education and inclusive education principles and practices. The history, etiology, characteristics, and accommodations for students with special needs in the classroom setting will be examined. Thirty hours of field experience required (i.e., 3 hours per week for 10 weeks) which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Prerequisites: ED 105, and 150 or 151. *Corequisite: SED 222L. Provisional or formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32442SED222 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (MSE 522L)Finley-Bowman, RachelOpen11/28By Arrangement

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (MSE 522L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany SED 222. *Corequisite: SED 222.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE LISTING
33330CP 170 - -ET - -ACULTIVATING AN INNER NARRATIVEWaters, JesseOpen5/35T (07:00pm-07:50pm) ST 1141.00

CULTIVATING AN INNER NARRATIVE


1.00 credits. This class is a lecture- (95%) and seminar (5%) based class comprised of multiple professional perspectives of a given topic. The focus of this class is the interrelated nature of critical and creative thinking in the liberal arts. Students are afforded the opportunity to form an internal sense of their personal and profession mission(s) through intellectual inquiry and learning.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32995CP 171 - -ET - -AMAPPING CAREER GOALS AND JOB SHADOWINGClark, LoriOpen1/18W (02:00pm-02:50pm) H 1081.00

MAPPING CAREER GOALS AND JOB SHADOWING


1.00 credit. This course is designed primarily to assist sophomore students studying in the humanities and undecided students with their career development. Students will self-reflect in writing and discussions about primary career paths of interest and experiential goals relevant to preparing for life after college. Additionally, students will participate in career research, informational interviews, and a job shadow experience. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32996CP 172 - -ET - -APROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALSMacKenzie, TinaOpen11/34M (02:00pm-02:50pm) E 2701.00

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALS


1.00 credit. This course is designed to assist juniors with professional skill development such as resumes, cover letters, networking, interviewing and searching for a job or internship. This course will give students the opportunity to reflect on where they are headed post-graduation, and how to proactively connect to the next steps in their desired plan. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32997CP 173 - -ET - -APLANNING FOR CAREER AND GRADUATE SCHOOLNini, JaneOpen11/20T (02:00pm-02:50pm) YC CLSRM1.00

PLANNING FOR CAREER AND GRADUATE SCHOOL


1.00 credit. This course is designed to provide students with the skills needed to put their post-graduate plans in action. During this course students will have the opportunity present their skills for graduate schools and employers in written and verbal form. Students will gain experience researching information about potential employers and evaluating the fit of corporate mission statements with their own values and goals. Additionally, students will create an understanding of implementing life-long learning goals through graduate school, professional associations, and professional development. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32933ISS101 - -ET - -ANEW INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SEMINAR - AN EXPLRTN OF ETOWN COLLG & BEYONDSyrdahl, KristiOpen10/20MW (04:00pm-05:20pm) N 2011.00

NEW INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SEMINAR - AN EXPLRTN OF ETOWN COLLG & BEYOND


1.00 credit. This seminar is a requirement for all new international students during their first semester of study at Elizabethtown College. Students are registered for the seminar, which meets twice a week for the first six weeks of the semester and is structured around the following goals: to introduce new international students to the facilities, services and resources available at Elizabethtown College and in and around Lancaster County (i.e., PennDot, Social Security, etc.); to suggest strategies for understanding and adapting to undergraduate studies at Elizabethtown College; to encourage new international students to share their own culture with classmates and others while learning about U.S. and Elizabethtown College culture, values, customs, traditions and expectations; to create a community that is conducive to sharing new experiences and discoveries as well as raising questions, problems and concerns that may not be addressed elsewhere on campus. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ENGINEERING AND PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
33030EGR191 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily, BrendaOpen5/30MW (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1644.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


4.00 credits. Introduction to the study, practice and various branches of engineering, as well as the following skills: problem solving, teamwork, project management, design, sketching, and computer-aided rendering. Includes a design project, guest speakers and plant tours. *Corequisites: EGR191L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33032EGR191 - -PY - -BINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IDaily, BrendaOpen6/30TH (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 1644.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I


4.00 credits. Introduction to the study, practice and various branches of engineering, as well as the following skills: problem solving, teamwork, project management, design, sketching, and computer-aided rendering. Includes a design project, guest speakers and plant tours. *Corequisites: EGR191L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33031EGR191 -L-PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkClosed0/10T (09:30am-10:50am) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33033EGR191 -L-PY - -BINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkOpen1/10T (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33034EGR191 -L-PY - -CINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkClosed0/10W (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33035EGR191 -L-PY - -DINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkOpen1/10H (09:30am-10:50am) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33036EGR191 -L-PY - -EINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkOpen5/10H (04:00pm-05:20pm) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33037EGR191 -L-PY - -FINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LABGatti, MarkOpen4/10F (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 174

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I LAB


0.00 credits. Laboratory to accompany PHY191. *Corequisite: PHY191. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 5.5. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32470EGR210 - -PY - -ACIRCUIT ANALYSISEstrada, TomasOpen8/25TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 1874.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Introduction to linear circuit analysis and basic electric circuit components. Topics covered include DC analysis, AC analysis and transient analysis for circuits containing resistors, inductors, capacitors and diodes. *Prerequisite: PHY 201 and MA 121. *Corequisite: EGR 210L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32471EGR210 - -PY - -BCIRCUIT ANALYSISEstrada, TomasOpen1/26TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 1874.00

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Introduction to linear circuit analysis and basic electric circuit components. Topics covered include DC analysis, AC analysis and transient analysis for circuits containing resistors, inductors, capacitors and diodes. *Prerequisite: PHY 201 and MA 121. *Corequisite: EGR 210L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32472EGR210 -L-PY - -ACIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABGrave, IlanOpen1/18T (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 182

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32473EGR210 -L-PY - -BCIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABGrave, IlanOpen7/16W (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 182

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32498EGR210 -L-PY - -CCIRCUIT ANALYSIS LABGrave, IlanOpen2/18H (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 182

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany EGR 210 Circuit Analysis. *Corequisite: EGR 210.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32547EGR248 - -PY - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BA 248)Angelis, JohnOpen34/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2114.00

QUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BA 248)


4.00 credits. Usage of quantitative methods and operations management concepts to optimize business decisions is learned. The quantitative methods covered are forecasting, decision making, inventory management, and linear programming. The operations management concepts are project management, statistical process control, materials requirement planning, enterprise resource planning, scheduling, reliability, acceptance sampling and learning curves. *Prerequisite: MA 251.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33041EGR255 - -PY - -ASUSTAINABLE RESOURCE ENGINEERING AND DESIGNScanlin, MichaelClosed0/30TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1873.00

SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE ENGINEERING AND DESIGN


3.00 credits. Engineering and design practices to make use of natural resources such that environmental impacts are minimized and benefits to human civilization are maximized. Design of sustainable habitats and infrastructure for developing nations. *Prerequisites: EGR210. Fall semester.




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33038EGR260 - -PY - -ASTATICSSeidel, JosephOpen9/24TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 3823.00

STATICS


3.00 credits. Equilibria of particles and rigid bodies subject to concentrated and distributed forces with practical applications to the design of mechanical structures. Topics include structural analysis, internal forces, friction, inertial properties and virtual work. *Prerequisites: PHY 201 and MA 121. Fall semester.




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33039EGR260 - -PY - -BSTATICSSeidel, JosephOpen7/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 3823.00

STATICS


3.00 credits. Equilibria of particles and rigid bodies subject to concentrated and distributed forces with practical applications to the design of mechanical structures. Topics include structural analysis, internal forces, friction, inertial properties and virtual work. *Prerequisites: PHY 201 and MA 121. Fall semester.




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32478EGR310 - -PY - -ASIGNALS AND SYSTEMSEstrada, TomasClosed0/31MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1873.00

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. Analysis of continuous-time linear systems, discrete-time linear systems, and methods of signal sampling and reconstruction. Applications of Fourier Series, Fourier Transform and Laplace Transform. Exploration of digital signal processing using Matlab programming. *Prerequisite: PHY 201 and MA 222. Fall semester.




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33042EGR318 - -PY - -AFIBER OPTICS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMSGrave, IlanOpen2/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 1823.00

FIBER OPTICS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. Course includes an introduction to optics, fiber optics and optical communications. Among the topics covered in the course: an overview of geometric and wave optics; the optical fiber, optical confinement; step-index fibers and graded-index fibers; single-mode and mulitmode fibers; numerical aperture; loss, dispersion and nonlinearites in fibers; splices, connectors, couplers and gratings; optical transmitters, light sources and electronic driving circuits; topologies, standard fiber networks; wavelength-division multiplexing; solution-link design. *Prerequisites: EGR 210. Fall semester, odd-numbered years.




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32479EGR332 - -PY - -ACOMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE (CS 332)Wunderlich, JosephOpen2/17MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2734.00

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE (CS 332)


4.00 credits. Introduction to Boolean algebra, design of combinational and sequential circuits, and their use in von Neumann computer architecture. Basic parts of computer systems including memory, control and input-output systems are studied. The student is expected to design a simple micro-programmed computer. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Fall semester.




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32548EGR345 - -PY - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS IMPROVEMENTButts, DeweyOpen14/20H (06:00pm-08:50pm) E 1643.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS IMPROVEMENT


3.00 credits. This course introduces current approaches to improve work processes and establish effective control systems for ensuring the quality of process outputs. The six sigma methodolgy for reduction of process variability is explored. The use of financial mangement systems, engineering economics, and change management principles are introduced to measure improvement, make informed decisions, and encourage organizational change. Students use statistical software to achieve incremental and breakthrough improvement on a semester project. *Prerequisites: MA 251. Fall semester. Odd-numbered years.




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33066EGR348 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSESButts, DeweyClosed0/30F (01:00pm-03:50pm) E 1643.00

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSES


3.00 credits. This course explores subtractive and additive manufacturing processes with a primary focus on solidification processes, metal forming and sheet metalworking, material removal processes, property enhancing and surface processing operations, and joining and assembly processes. Students will specify manufacturing process for both low and high volume production in a semester project. *Prerequisites: PHY 200. Spring semester.




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33043EGR351 - -PY - -AWATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERINGDaily, BrendaOpen16/30MW (09:30am-10:50am) E 1633.00

WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING


3.00 credits. The design and operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities will be examined with an emphasis on quantitative problem-solving. Physical, chemical, and biological treatment processes used in modern water and wastewater treatment will be explored. *Prerequisite: CH 105. Fall semester.




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33040EGR360 - -PY - -ADYNAMICSDeGoede, KurtOpen1/36TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 1273.00

DYNAMICS


3.00 credits. Newtonian mechanics of particles, a system of particles and of rigid bodies in fixed and moving reference frames in three dimensions. Topics include energy and momentum concepts, Euler's equations, and the simple oscillator. With application to mechanical systems. *Prerequisites: PHY 201 and MA 122. Fall semester.




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32482EGR395 - -PY - -AFALL SEMINAREstrada, TomasClosed0/33W (04:00pm-04:50pm) E 1871.00

FALL SEMINAR


1.00 credit. Seminar series with weekly presentations of topics of current interest in engineering. Speakers include practicing engineers and researchers from industry or other academic institutions, Elizabethtown faculty and senior-level Elizabethtown students.Fall semester.




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32483EGR434 - -PY - -AGREEN ROBOTICS, AUTOMATION, AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE (CS 434)Wunderlich, JosephOpen11/17MWF (03:30pm-04:50pm) E 2734.00

GREEN ROBOTICS, AUTOMATION, AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE (CS 434)


4.00 credits. Cutting-edge innovations in robotics, automation, and machine Intelligence that result in the most environmentally-friendly and humanity-sensitive use of technology and resources to manufacture products or aid humans. Various forms of Machine Intelligence including Symbolic AI which uses programmed rules, heuristics, and forms of knowledge representation; and artificial neural networks which are connectionist computer architectures (hardware or software) where many computational nodes are connected to solve problems requiring rapid adaptation, or where governing equations are not known or cannot be easily computed. Mobile-robot and robotic-arm theory, applications, simulations, real-time control, and path-planning strategies are included. *Prerequisites: CS 121 and MA 121. Fall semester, odd-numbered years.




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33453EGR475 - -PY - -AENGINEERING CO-OPDeGoede, KurtOpen4/5By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING CO-OP


0.00 credits. Students with a declaration of engineering, computer engineering, and industrial engineering management are eligible to complete their degree under a Co-Op Program. The Co-Op Program extends the 4-year degree into a 5-year program. Under this option, students typically complete one or two seven-month co-op rotations: Spring/Summer and Summer/Fall. For more information, please refer to the Departmental page outlining the Engineering and Physics Programs in the online catalog. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33346EGR491 - -PY - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IDeGoede, KurtClosed0/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under close supervision of a faculty member. Students usually work in teams on the given project. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes problem definition, development of requirements, and preliminary design work. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. Register by Instructor.




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33347EGR491 - -PY - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IDeGoede, KurtClosed0/9By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under close supervision of a faculty member. Students usually work in teams on the given project. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes problem definition, development of requirements, and preliminary design work. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. Register by Instructor.




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33348EGR491 - -PY - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IEstrada, TomasClosed0/9By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under close supervision of a faculty member. Students usually work in teams on the given project. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes problem definition, development of requirements, and preliminary design work. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. Register by Instructor.




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33349EGR491 - -PY - -DSENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IDaily, BrendaClosed0/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under close supervision of a faculty member. Students usually work in teams on the given project. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes problem definition, development of requirements, and preliminary design work. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. Register by Instructor.




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33377EGR491 - -PY - -ESENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IWunderlich, JosephOpen1/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING I


2.00 credits. A demanding, and perhaps original, engineering project performed under close supervision of a faculty member. Students usually work in teams on the given project. For this course, the scope of the project typically includes problem definition, development of requirements, and preliminary design work. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. Register by Instructor.




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32484ES 113 - -6NPS-C-ANPS EARTH IN SPACE: EVOLUTION OF A PLANETScanlin, MichaelClosed0/40TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E GAUD4.00

NPS EARTH IN SPACE: EVOLUTION OF A PLANET


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A broad introduction to Earth System Science that integrates basic topics in geology and astronomy as a means to understand the origin and evolution of planet Earth. Dramatic events and processes that shaped Earth's history, such as big bang cosmology, stellar evolution, planetary formation, plate tectonics, the rock cycle, crustal deformation and mountain building, the evolution of continents and ocean basins, earthquakes and volcanism are explored. Includes discovery-oriented exercises, including field trips to local geological sites, the local planetarium and several stargazing sessions for firsthand study of materials containing evidence for the processes and events studied in class. *Corequisite: ES 113L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Fall semester.




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32485ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS EARTH IN SPACE LABScanlin, MichaelClosed0/20M (11:00am-12:20pm) E 184

NPS EARTH IN SPACE LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory that accompanies ES 113. *Corequisite: ES 113.




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32486ES 113 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS EARTH IN SPACE LABScanlin, MichaelClosed0/20M (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 184

NPS EARTH IN SPACE LAB


0.00 credit. Laboratory that accompanies ES 113. *Corequisite: ES 113.




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33051PHY101 - -PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS IJasinski, PatrickOpen6/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 2704.00

GENERAL PHYSICS I


4.00 credits. A study of the principles of physics, including mechanics (motion, equilibrium, work, energy and momentum), fluids, heat and oscillatory motion. *Prerequisites: Level II math placement or completion of Math Core requirement. Students who have credit for PHY 201 may not enroll in this course for credit. *Corequisites: PHY101L and PHY101D. Hours: lecture 3, discussion 1, laboratory 2. Fall semester




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33054PHY101 -D-PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS I DISCUSSIONJasinski, PatrickOpen6/35F (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2700.00

GENERAL PHYSICS I DISCUSSION


0.00 credit. Discussion section to accompany PHY 101 lecture and laboratory. *Corequisites: PHY 101 and 101L.




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33052PHY101 -L-PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS I LABJasinski, PatrickOpen2/18W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 163

GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 101 General Physics I. *Corequisites: PHY 101 and 101D.




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33053PHY101 -L-PY - -BGENERAL PHYSICS I LABJasinski, PatrickOpen5/18W (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 163

GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PHY 101 General Physics I. *Corequisites: PHY 101 and 101D.




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32499PHY120 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSICStuckey, WilliamOpen1/25MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 1874.00

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSIC


4.00 credits. This course covers the applied mathematics needed to complete the calculus-based introductory physics sequence. Topics include functions, graphs, coordinate systems, series representations, trigonometry, vectors, matrices, systems of equations, differentiation, integration, and differential equations. Fall semester.




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32500PHY120 - -PY - -BINTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSICStuckey, WilliamClosed0/25MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 1874.00

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSIC


4.00 credits. This course covers the applied mathematics needed to complete the calculus-based introductory physics sequence. Topics include functions, graphs, coordinate systems, series representations, trigonometry, vectors, matrices, systems of equations, differentiation, integration, and differential equations. Fall semester.




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32494PHY423 - -PY - -AGENERAL RELATIVITYStuckey, WilliamOpen12/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1873.00

GENERAL RELATIVITY


3.00 credits. An introduction to calculus on manifolds, differential topology, exterior calculus, affine geometry, Riemannian geometry, special relativity and general relativity with applications to relativistic cosmology. *Prerequisites: MA 122 and MA 321, or permission of instructor. Offered as needed.




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33389PHY491 - -PY - -APHYSICS RESEARCH IStuckey, WilliamOpen3/6By Arrangement2.00

PHYSICS RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. An original experiment or theoretical investigation performed under the close supervision of a faculty member. A written thesis and a public seminar are required. Hours: laboratory 6. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
32663EN 100 - -1PLE-C-APLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEMoore, TaraOpen1/18WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2344.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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32664EN 100 - -1PLE-C-BPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger, RichardClosed0/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2124.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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32665EN 100 - -1PLE-C-CPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDowning, DavidClosed0/18MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2074.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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32666EN 100 - -1PLE-C-DPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDolson, EricaClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) H 1084.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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32667EN 100 - -1PLE-C-EPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDolson, EricaClosed0/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 1084.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33136EN 100 - -1PLE-C-FPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDowning, DavidOpen2/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2344.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33176EN 100 - -1PLE-C-GPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger, RichardClosed0/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2084.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33434EN 100 - -1PLE-C-HPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEEhrhardt, VictoriaOpen1/18MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2014.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33435EN 100 - -1PLE-C-IPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEEhrhardt, VictoriaClosed0/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2104.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33436EN 100 - -1PLE-C-JPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDaubenspeck, CatherineOpen2/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2104.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33437EN 100 - -1PLE-C-KPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDaubenspeck, CatherineOpen1/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2014.00

PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course focusing on writing as a process of discovery concerning ideas, drafting, revising and editing. Students read, write and speak about a variety of aspects of the power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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33013EN 104 - -9HUM-C-AHUM INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FANTASTICSSarracino, CarmineOpen26/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2074.00

HUM INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FANTASTICS


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) An introduction to a specific literary genre or combination of genres (drama, fiction, or poetry) that emphasizes the nature of language and form and helps students make moral and aesthetic judgments. This course also may include a thematic focus. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be repeated for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. This course does not count toward the English major or minor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33014EN 104 - -9HUM-C-BHUM INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURESarracino, CarmineOpen16/29TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2044.00

HUM INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) An introduction to a specific literary genre or combination of genres (drama, fiction, or poetry) that emphasizes the nature of language and form and helps students make moral and aesthetic judgments. This course also may include a thematic focus. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be repeated for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. This course does not count toward the English major or minor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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32668EN 150 - -1PLE-C-APLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger, RichardClosed0/14MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) W 2044.00

PLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) A writing course designed to explore the writing process and the history of the English language, its past and present uses and powers. Students write, read and speak about a variety of aspects of the history and power of language. *Note: Students assigned to EN 100 may not enroll in EN 150, and those placed in EN 150 may not enroll in EN 100.




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32670EN 185 - -EN - -AINTRO TO PROFESSIONAL WRITINGDowning, DavidOpen3/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2344.00

INTRO TO PROFESSIONAL WRITING


4.00 credits. The varieties of discourse and research in professional writing, including instruction in basic journalism, feature writing, technical writing, and document design. *Prerequisites: Power of Language - English requirement.




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32684EN 220 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRITLIT: MEDVL:ROMANCE AND WARMartin, LouisClosed0/20MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2034.00

WCH BRITLIT: MEDVL:ROMANCE AND WAR


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A study of the literature and culture of Britain before 1800, with emphasis on the ways the poetry, prose, and drama convey the world views, gender roles, and politics of this important era. Each section of the course focuses on works from a different period: 1) Medieval Literature--Romance and War; 2) The Renaissance Woman—and Man; and 3) 18th Century Wit and Wisdom. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32671EN 230 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRIT LIT- MODERN: LIT&WORLD WARAdams, KimberlyClosed0/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2034.00

WCH BRIT LIT- MODERN: LIT&WORLD WAR


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An examination of the prose, poetry, and drama of Britain and the Commonwealth after 1800, with attention to literary forms, the visual arts, biography, politics, class, and gender. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Romanticism—Nature and Revolution; 2) Victorian Literature--Gender, Ambition, Transgression; and 3) Modern Literature and the World Wars. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32692EN 230 - -4WCH-C-BWCH BRIT LIT- MODERN: LIT&WORLD WARAdams, KimberlyOpen5/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2304.00

WCH BRIT LIT- MODERN: LIT&WORLD WAR


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An examination of the prose, poetry, and drama of Britain and the Commonwealth after 1800, with attention to literary forms, the visual arts, biography, politics, class, and gender. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Romanticism—Nature and Revolution; 2) Victorian Literature--Gender, Ambition, Transgression; and 3) Modern Literature and the World Wars. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32688EN 240 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMLIT:MOD:WORLDTURNEDUPSIDEDOWNRohrkemper, JohnClosed0/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2014.00

WCH AMLIT:MOD:WORLDTURNEDUPSIDEDOWN


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A study of the literature and culture of America from the beginnings to modern times. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Revolution to Civil War; 2) Realism--Gender, Race, and Money; and 3) Modernism--The World Turned Upside Down. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32689EN 240 - -4WCH-C-BWCH AMLIT:MOD:WORLDTURNEDUPSIDEDOWNRohrkemper, JohnClosed0/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1074.00

WCH AMLIT:MOD:WORLDTURNEDUPSIDEDOWN


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A study of the literature and culture of America from the beginnings to modern times. Each section of the course covers works from a different period: 1) Revolution to Civil War; 2) Realism--Gender, Race, and Money; and 3) Modernism--The World Turned Upside Down. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32693EN 280 - -EN - -ACREATIVE WRITING - POETRY, PROSESarracino, CarmineOpen2/12W (02:00pm-04:30pm) W 1034.00

CREATIVE WRITING - POETRY, PROSE


4.00 credits. The writing of original poetry or prose. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32673EN 281 - -3CE -C-ACE WRITG&ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYMoore, TaraClosed0/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2064.00

CE WRITG&ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Students will analyze classic short stories using the language and concepts of literary criticism through, discussion, oral presentation, and a major research paper. Emulating classic literary models, they will write original short stories, revising according to detailed critiques by their peers and the instructor. *Prerequisite: Power of Language requirement. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33180EN 281 - -3CE -C-BCE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYWaters, JesseClosed0/20MF (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1084.00

CE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Students will analyze classic short stories using the language and concepts of literary criticism through, discussion, oral presentation, and a major research paper. Emulating classic literary models, they will write original short stories, revising according to detailed critiques by their peers and the instructor. *Prerequisite: Power of Language requirement. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32694EN 282 - -EN - -ATECHNICAL WRITINGMoore, TaraOpen6/16WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2014.00

TECHNICAL WRITING


4.00 credits. A course emphasizing clarity and precision in writing and including instruction in oral and graphic presentation of technical and scientific information. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EN 282 - -EN - -ATECHNICAL WRITINGF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 234
32675EN 306 - -EN - -AMETHODS SEMINAR IN TEACHING LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITIONSkillen, MatthewOpen13/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1064.00

METHODS SEMINAR IN TEACHING LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION


4.00 credits. The teaching of English grammar and usage with reference to teaching composition at the secondary school level and practical application of various methodologies through teaching internships in the classroom and/or the Learning Center. *Must be completed prior to the professional semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33138EN 370 - -EN - -AREADING THE NOVEL AS AN AUTHORWaters, JesseOpen14/24TH (11:00am-12:30pm) N 2044.00

READING THE NOVEL AS AN AUTHOR


4.00 credits. Courses involving specific subjects chosen in response to student and faculty interest. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32676EN 385 - -EN - -AWRITING AND EDITING FOR PUBLICATIONWaters, JesseClosed0/16MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2344.00

WRITING AND EDITING FOR PUBLICATION


4.00 credits. Advanced study of writing nonfiction articles, copy editing and strategies for getting manuscripts published. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185 and either 282 or 285. Register by Instructor. Alternate fall semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32677EN 420 - -EN - -ABRIT AUTHORS (PRE1800): SHAKESPEAREMartin, LouisClosed0/18MF (09:30am-10:50am) H 1074.00

BRIT AUTHORS (PRE1800): SHAKESPEARE


4.00 credits. A seminar focused on the writings of one or more British authors active before 1800, such as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Donne and Herrick, Pope and Swift, or Thomson and Cowper. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32695EN 450 - -EN - -AWORLD AUTHORS: MAGIC REALISMStaff, NoCancelled15/154.00

WORLD AUTHORS: MAGIC REALISM


4.00 credits. A seminar focused on the writings of one or more Continental or non-Western authors, such as Dante, Tolstoy, Joyce, Beckett, Fugard, and Murakami. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32678EN 493 - -EN - -ASEMINAR IN RHETORICAL THEORYWaters, JesseCancelled16/164.00

SEMINAR IN RHETORICAL THEORY


4.00 credits. A seminar for majors in the Professional Writing concentration focusing on reviewing classical and contemporary rhetoric, and preparing a professional writing portfolio. *Prerequisites: Professional Writing concentration, EN 185, and one 200-level professional writing course. Signature Learning Experience: Developmental Portfolio. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32679EN 494 - -EN - -ASEMINAR IN LITERARY THEORYAdams, KimberlyOpen3/14MT (06:00pm-07:20pm) N 2124.00

SEMINAR IN LITERARY THEORY


4.00 credits. A seminar on literary theories and their applications to fiction. The paired writers may include Foucault and Orwell, Bakhtin and Achebe, and Butler and Woolf. *Prerequisites: Literature concentration, and junior or senior status, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Developmental Portfolio. Alternate fall semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33516EN 498 - -EN - -ADIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IDowning, DavidOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33517EN 498 - -EN - -BDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IMoore, TaraOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33518EN 498 - -EN - -CDIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH IAdams, KimberlyOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

DIRECTED SENIOR RESEARCH I


2.00 credits. English majors of superior ability are allowed to explore a topic of their choosing and to produce a major work of 40 to 60 pages. *Prerequisites: senior standing, a grade point average of 3.60 or higher in the major and overall, and permission of the Department. Two credits are awarded each semester of the senior year. See the Department Chair or Head of the English Directed Senior Research Program for more information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32685HEN104 - -9HUM-H-AHNR HUM INTRO TO LIT: POETRYMartin, LouisOpen5/15MF (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1124.00

HNR HUM INTRO TO LIT: POETRY


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course - Honors) An introduction to a specific literary genre or combination of genres (drama, fiction, or poetry) that emphasizes the nature of language and form and helps students make moral and aesthetic judgements. This course also may include a thematic focus. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be repeated for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. This course does not count toward the English major or minor. This course is repeatable for credit. Honors students only.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32696HEN252 - -9HUM-H-AHNR HUM IRONY, HUMOR, AND DESPAIR IN MODERN LITERATUREHarman, MarkOpen4/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) W 0014.00

HNR HUM IRONY, HUMOR, AND DESPAIR IN MODERN LITERATURE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course - Honors) An exploration of the relationship among several quintessential modern writers and an investigation of their use of humor and irony to stave off despair and affirm at least the value of artistic creation and the need for each of us to assert meaning in life. Honors students only. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Crs - Honors Students Only & Guided Writing Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33392HEN252 - -9HUM-H-BHNR HUM IRONY, HUMOR, AND DESPAIR IN MODERN LITERATUREHarman, MarkOpen9/15MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) W 0014.00

HNR HUM IRONY, HUMOR, AND DESPAIR IN MODERN LITERATURE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course - Honors) An exploration of the relationship among several quintessential modern writers and an investigation of their use of humor and irony to stave off despair and affirm at least the value of artistic creation and the need for each of us to assert meaning in life. Honors students only. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Crs - Honors Students Only & Guided Writing Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32681LAT111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY LATIN IBesse, JenniferOpen4/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2024.00

PLO ELEMENTARY LATIN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) This class is designed to introduce students to the Latin language and the cultural/ historical contexts in which the language was used. Through a study of the history, philosophy, religion, literature of ancient Rome and Greece, students will learn to make culturally informed translations of Latin into English. Acquisition of Latin vocabulary and grammatical concepts will enhance English vocabulary and grammar. Class sessions will include introductions to and discussions of grammatical concepts, reading practice, review of homework assignments, and discussion of cultural nuances. Because the course is designed to develop an ability to read Latin, quizzes and exams will emphasize translation from Latin into English. Some homework exercises will also ask students to translate English into Latin. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33019LAT211 - -2PLO- -APLO INTERMEDIATE LATIN IStaff, NoCancelled16/164.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE LATIN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course). Builds on grammar and vocabulary knowledge through translating primary texts by Latin authors. Extends education in history, religion, and culture through translation of authentic texts and study of the various time periods in which they were written. Reflection on cultural relevance of Greek mythology in the Roman and modern worlds. Class sessions will include review of grammatical concepts, reading practice, review of homework assignments, and discussion of cultural nuances in a Socratic seminar setting.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT
32806ART105 - -3CE -C-ACE DRAWING IArnold, KristiOpen5/18TH (10:00am-12:00pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32807ART105 - -3CE -C-BCE DRAWING IBurns, DanielClosed0/18MW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32808ART105 - -3CE -C-CCE DRAWING IBye, JeffOpen6/18MW (10:00am-12:00pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32809ART106 - -3CE -C-ACE CERAMICS IFriedly, MiltonClosed0/11TH (10:00am-12:00pm) ST 1114.00

CE CERAMICS I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Introduction to ceramic design and history, with emphasis on fundamental construction, decorating, glazing and firing techniques, and operation of the machinery of the medium.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32810ART120 - -3CE -C-ACE SCULPTURE IFriedly, MiltonClosed0/12MW (09:00am-11:00am) ST 1124.00

CE SCULPTURE I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An exploration in the three-dimensional medium of traditional and contemporary ideas, basic problems in design, and instruction in the use of the sculptor's materials and techniques.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33401ART120 - -3CE -C-BCE SCULPTURE IFriedly, MiltonClosed0/7MW (12:00pm-02:00pm) ST 1124.00

CE SCULPTURE I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An exploration in the three-dimensional medium of traditional and contemporary ideas, basic problems in design, and instruction in the use of the sculptor's materials and techniques.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32554ART145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)Hughes, KatherineClosed8/16MW (02:00pm-03:40pm) ST 2114.00

CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This is a course in beginning digital photography. Photography will be dealt with as a photojournalistic form and an art form. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts or photography is expected. Demonstrations and supervised lab periods will be used to instruct students in basic camera and PhotoShop techniques of digital photography. Individual and group critiques/discussions of student photography will be held. Discussion of photographic history, criticism and aesthetics will be used to help the student understand class projects and to increase appreciation of photographic traditions and contemporary trends.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 90.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ART145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)MW (02:00pm-03:40pm) ST 210
32919ART155 - -4WCH-C-AWCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART IRicci, PatriciaOpen11/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 1144.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART I


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A survey of the architecture, painting and sculpture of Western civilization from pre-history through the 14th century, including the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, the Ancient Near East, Egypt, Ancient Greece and Rome, and the Middle Ages. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32811ART204 - -3CE -C-ACE FUNDAMENTALS OF COLOR AND DESIGNArnold, KristiClosed0/12MW (02:30pm-04:30pm) ST 1094.00

CE FUNDAMENTALS OF COLOR AND DESIGN


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This course introduces the principles of gestalt theory and color theory in the design of two- and three-dimensional works of art. Students will learn to compose with scale, perspective, geometric and organic form, line structure, texture, color, and value relationships. They will explore visualization and brainstorming techniques, the analysis of art historical prototypes, and the importance of art criticism in creating original works of art.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32812ART205 - -FP - -APAINTING IArnold, KristiOpen2/12MW (12:00pm-02:00pm) ST 1094.00

PAINTING I


4.00 credits. Studio easel painting in opaque media, with stress on pictorial organization and application of color theories. *Prerequisite: ART 105. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32813ART207 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGNEberly, LindaOpen1/18MW (06:00pm-08:00pm) ST 2104.00

INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN


4.00 credits. An introductory studio/lecture course designed to increase visual literacy and vocabulary, to develop design skills and present the creative possibilities of the computer as an art making and editing tool. Historical, conceptual, technical and contemporary issues of digital imaging are explored. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32814ART320 - -FP - -ASCULPTURE IIFriedly, MiltonOpen1/1MW (12:00pm-02:00pm) ST 1124.00

SCULPTURE II


4.00 credits. A continuation of Art 120 with further exploration of possible three-dimensional mediums and development of the methods used for traditional, modern and contemporary sculpture. *Prerequisite: ART 120. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32917ART360 - -FP - -AITALIAN RENAISSANCE (HI 360)Ricci, PatriciaOpen11/20TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1144.00

ITALIAN RENAISSANCE (HI 360)


4.00 credits. The Italian Renaissance seminar is an in-depth cultural history of the humanist movement in Italy from 1250 to 1550 and its impact on the fine arts, literature, politics, religion, education and science. The course includes reading and discussion of primary texts by Petrarch, Dante, Boccaccio, Alberti, Machiavelli, Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Vasari. Topics include the revival of Antiquity, the discovery of Nature, Statecraft, scientific innovation and new concepts of genius and creativity. *Prerequisite: ART 155, 157 or HI 115. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33339ART401 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICSFriedly, MiltonClosed0/1TH (10:00am-12:00pm) ST 1114.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICS


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. This course is repeatable for up to three semesters. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32815ART405 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTUREStaff, NoCancelled4/44.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN SCULPTURE


4.00 credits. Advanced study with emphasis on conceptual, pictorial, thematic and technical development. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. This course is repeatable for up to three semesters. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33520ART490 - -FP - -ASENIOR SEMINARFriedly, MiltonOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR SEMINAR


2.00 credits. A capstone course required for Fine Arts majors that provides opportunities for advanced research and development in studio and gallery/museum related work. The course builds and enhances the resumé and introduces the practical functions, operations and workings for a career in art. *Prerequisite(s): Senior status (Studio and Art History tracks) or permission of the instructor. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33521ART491 - -FP - -ASENIOR EXHIBITIONFriedly, MiltonOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR EXHIBITION


2.00 credits. A capstone course required for Fine Arts majors that provides the opportunity for advanced development of personal expression in the studio. Students will work in their preferred media to create a coherent body of work which they will prepare for exhibition and install in the college art galleries. *Prerequisite(s): Senior status (Studio and Art History tracks) or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Developmental Portfolio. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32816DA 101 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCEPontz, KristinOpen6/20MW (09:00am-09:50am) BSC STD2.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCE


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to modern dance techniques and aesthetics requiring athletic, creative and cognitive participation. Course work includes physical conditioning techniques, interpretive/creative movement experiences, and modern dance technique basics. Reading, discussion, writing and viewing contemporary dance facilitate an overall appreciation of dance as an art form.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32817DA 102 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO BALLETPontz, KristinOpen1/20MW (10:00am-10:50am) BSC STD2.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO BALLET


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) A basic introduction to ballet technique, including bar, center floor and traveling combinations. Class includes development of anatomically correct alignment and dance technique, dance conditioning, spatial clarity, coordination, rhythm, use of weight, time and space. Class work will include readings, discussions, viewing of dance films, short writing assignments and performances of rehearsed dance sequences. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32818DA 203 - -3CE -C-ACE JAZZ DANCE IIPontz, KristinOpen14/20MW (12:30pm-01:20pm) BSC STD2.00

CE JAZZ DANCE II


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Jazz dance techniques emphasizing a range of styles, incorporating African, swing, classical show jazz, and hip-hop. The emphasis is on interpretation and performance of these styles on a more complex level. Course work includes jazz warm-ups, classic technique/terminology as it applies to jazz, floor work, conditioning for jazz dance and performance of dance combinations center and across the floor. Class also includes reading, discussions, viewing and writing about jazz dance. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32819MU 100 - -FP - -AREPERTOIRE CLASSBomberger, E. DouglasOpen12/60M (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.00

REPERTOIRE CLASS


0.00 credit. This class provides performance opportunities for students in applied music. It meets for one hour each week and is required for all music majors and minors who are enrolled in applied music instruction. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32820MU 100 - -FP - -BREPERTOIRE CLASSBomberger, E. DouglasOpen2/24MF (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.00

REPERTOIRE CLASS


0.00 credit. This class provides performance opportunities for students in applied music. It meets for one hour each week and is required for all music majors and minors who are enrolled in applied music instruction. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32821MU 101 - -FP - -ATHEORY IBadgerow, JustinClosed0/24MWF (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1252.00

THEORY I


2.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to fundamental constructs and notational practices of music theory including clefs, meter signatures, scales/modes, key signatures, intervals, triads, and diatonic voice leading in two and four parts. *Corequisite: MU 103. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32822MU 103 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IBadgerow, JustinOpen5/15TH (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Music reading and ear training according to the Kodaly concept using syllables based on moveable "Do," kinesthetically reinforced by hand signs. Study and drill in rhythm will include the use of the basic beat patterns. Linear dictation including rhythmic elements. Aural skills related to theoretical analytical materials covered in Music 101. *Corequisite: MU 101. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32823MU 103 - -FP - -BAURAL SKILLS IBadgerow, JustinClosed0/15TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Music reading and ear training according to the Kodaly concept using syllables based on moveable "Do," kinesthetically reinforced by hand signs. Study and drill in rhythm will include the use of the basic beat patterns. Linear dictation including rhythmic elements. Aural skills related to theoretical analytical materials covered in Music 101. *Corequisite: MU 101. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32824MU 111 - -FP - -AVOICE CLASSBomberger, TeresaOpen5/15TH (11:00am-11:50am) Z 2051.00

VOICE CLASS


1.00 credit. The fundamentals of breath control, tone production, and development of vocal technique. *Open to all students. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32825MU 117 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IRonning, DebraOpen1/10TH (08:30am-09:20am) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Basic piano skills. Required of all music majors whose first applied instrument is not piano. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. *Prerequisite: music major. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32826MU 117 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IRonning, DebraClosed0/10MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS I


1.00 credit. Basic piano skills. Required of all music majors whose first applied instrument is not piano. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. *Prerequisite: music major. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32827MU 119 - -FP - -AGUITAR CLASS ICullen, DavidOpen12/15M (11:00am-12:20pm) Z 2041.00

GUITAR CLASS I


1.00 credit. An introductory course emphasizing studies in basic chords and note reading. Course also surveys various guitar styles, the performers, music and types of guitars. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32912MU 125 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC FROM RAGTIME TO ROCKBomberger, E. DouglasOpen10/29MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) Z 1024.00

WCH AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC FROM RAGTIME TO ROCK


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course traces the history of American popular music from the birth of ragtime in the 1890s through the ascendancy of rock in the 1970s. The survey will examine the most influential genres of popular music during this era, including jazz, blues, Gospel, and country. Students will witness the close connections between music and culture in this turbulent era of American history through recordings, video clips, and concerts.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32829MU 133 - -FP - -ADICTION FOR SINGERSGross, AnneOpen4/15F (11:00am-12:15pm) Z 1251.00

DICTION FOR SINGERS


1.00 credit. An introduction to the fundamentals of singing in English, Italian, German and French with correct pronunciation, using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32830MU 150 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL SEMINARBehrens, GeneOpen11/49W (03:30pm-04:20pm) TH 1051.00

PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR


1.00 credit. A weekly seminar for Music Therapy majors. Guest speakers, faculty and students present topics of mutual interest, including areas such as family, art, and dance/movement therapy; family support groups; student voice skills and voice work with individuals who have disabilities; multi-cultural counseling; and trauma therapy. Students also gain experience with structured and improvisational movement, application of music skills, career development, and professional service. *Required of Music Therapy majors each semester. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning (required hours spans two semester). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32831MU 151 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPYFrantz, EmilyOpen2/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) Z 1252.00

INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY


2.00 credits. An introduction to the field of music therapy. Topics include theoretical, historical and sociological rationale supporting the field and an overview of basic clinical practice and research methods. Emphasis is on a broad knowledge of the field resulting in a generalized understanding of the current state of practice and research. Clinical observation and in-class simulations are included with emphasis given to two populations as the semester progresses. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 1. *Prerequisite: Music major, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32832MU 201 - -FP - -ATHEORY IIIHaines, JamesOpen13/25MW (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1252.00

THEORY III


2.00 credits. This course is a continuation of Mu 102, and focuses on chromatic melodic and harmonic practices of tonal music including applied chords, mode mixture, modulation, and chromatic predominant chords. Formal procedures will be examined including binary, ternary, variation, rondo and sonata. *Prerequisite: MU 102. *Corequisite: MU 203. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32833MU 203 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IIIShorner-Johnson, KevinOpen6/15TH (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Continued emphasis on reading and dictation skills with concentration on modulation and chromaticism using some 20th-century material. C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 104. *Corequisite: MU 201. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32834MU 203 - -FP - -BAURAL SKILLS IIIShorner-Johnson, KevinOpen8/15TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Continued emphasis on reading and dictation skills with concentration on modulation and chromaticism using some 20th-century material. C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 104. *Corequisite: MU 201. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33000MU 205 - -5NCH-C-ANCH WORLD MUSICShorner-Johnson, KevinClosed0/20TH (08:00am-09:15am) N 2034.00

NCH WORLD MUSIC


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The course explores the relationship between culture and music, across the world. The course engages students in an exploration of the role of migration, acculturation, transmission, power, and technology upon music and culture. Students will develop writing and research skills through completed projects and listening analyses. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32836MU 211 - -FP - -AMUSIC HISTORY: 1600-1850Bomberger, E. DouglasOpen13/29MWF (09:30am-10:45am) Z 1024.00

MUSIC HISTORY: 1600-1850


4.00 credits. A broad study of the technical, stylistic and social/historical developments related to Western music and musicians beginning around the year 1600, toward the end of the Renaissance Era, and continuing to the end of the 18th century. *Prerequisite: MU 102 or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32837MU 217 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIIRonning, DebraOpen6/10TH (10:00am-10:50am) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Scale harmonizations, modal harmonizations, figured bass realization, and transposition of simple instrumental melodic lines. *Prerequisite: MU 118, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32838MU 217 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIIRonning, DebraOpen3/10TH (11:00am-11:50am) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS III


1.00 credit. Scale harmonizations, modal harmonizations, figured bass realization, and transposition of simple instrumental melodic lines. *Prerequisite: MU 118, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32839MU 230 - -FP - -AMUSIC TEACHING AND LEARNINGShorner-Johnson, KevinOpen11/15TH (11:00am-12:15pm) Z 1263.00

MUSIC TEACHING AND LEARNING


3.00 credits. Students discover how children learn music and the role of music learning theory in facilitating that process. The future music educator is also introduced to the process of curriculum development and the assessment of music teaching and learning. Model curricula based on national and state standards are reviewed. Students will develop the ability to assess aptitudes, backgrounds, and orientations of students and subject content and plan lessons that meet assessed needs. Peer teaching and field experiences will be an integral part of the course experience. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32913MU 232 - -FP - -AWOODWIND CLASSSpence, J. RobertOpen16/25MW (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 2041.00

WOODWIND CLASS


1.00 credit. Methods of tone production, fingerings, maintenance, care and repair, and methods and materials for teaching flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone. *The Department reserves the right to offer this course as private lessons if fewer than five students are enrolled. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32840MU 241 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IBehrens, GeneOpen7/15TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) Z 1264.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES I


4.00 credits. The development of music and non-music skills and concepts related to conducting entry-level music therapy sessions. Emphasis is on the development and application of assessment and observation skills, treatment planning and implementation, leadership, documentation and music performance skills in therapeutic settings. Includes lecture and clinical experiences. *Prerequisite: MU 152. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 241 - -FP - -ALAB - MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IM (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 126
32842MU 268 - -3CE -C-ACE VOICEGross, AnneOpen8/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32843MU 268 - -3CE -C-BCE VOICEMekeel, AlisonOpen12/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32844MU 268 - -3CE -C-CCE VOICEDrackley, PhyllisOpen11/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32845MU 268 - -3CE -C-DCE VOICEFritz, MatthewOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32846MU 268 - -3CE -C-ECE VOICEBomberger, TeresaOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VOICE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32847MU 269 - -3CE -C-ACE PIANORonning, DebraOpen18/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32848MU 269 - -3CE -C-BCE PIANOBadgerow, JustinOpen14/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32849MU 269 - -3CE -C-CCE PIANOBomberger, E. DouglasOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32850MU 269 - -3CE -C-DCE PIANOGingerich, CherylOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PIANO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Music majors whose principal instrument is NOT piano or organ must enroll in MU 117 before MU 269. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32851MU 270 - -3CE -C-ACE ORGANCiucci, AnthonyOpen24/25By Arrangement1.00

CE ORGAN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32852MU 271 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLINMcCullough, StephanieOpen17/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VIOLIN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32853MU 272 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLAMcCullough, StephanieOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE VIOLA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32854MU 273 - -3CE -C-ACE CELLOMale, SaraOpen21/25By Arrangement1.00

CE CELLO


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32855MU 274 - -3CE -C-ACE STRING BASSHowell, DevinOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE STRING BASS


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32856MU 275 - -3CE -C-ACE GUITARCullen, DavidOpen17/25By Arrangement1.00

CE GUITAR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32857MU 276 - -3CE -C-ACE FLUTENelson, PaulaOpen20/25By Arrangement1.00

CE FLUTE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32858MU 277 - -3CE -C-ACE CLARINETShiffer, FaithOpen21/25By Arrangement1.00

CE CLARINET


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32859MU 278 - -3CE -C-ACE OBOEFrantz, EmilyOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE OBOE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32860MU 279 - -3CE -C-ACE BASSOONOber, GailOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE BASSOON


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32861MU 280 - -3CE -C-ACE SAXOPHONEShiffer, FaithOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE SAXOPHONE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32862MU 281 - -3CE -C-ACE TRUMPETHillard, LeonOpen21/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TRUMPET


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32863MU 282 - -3CE -C-ACE FRENCH HORNStaherski, CherylOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE FRENCH HORN


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32864MU 283 - -3CE -C-ACE TROMBONEMoore II, GrantOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TROMBONE


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32865MU 284 - -3CE -C-ACE EUPHONIUMMoore II, GrantOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

CE EUPHONIUM


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33381MU 285 - -3CE -C-ACE TUBAMoore II, GrantOpen23/25By Arrangement1.00

CE TUBA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 420.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32867MU 286 - -3CE -C-ACE PERCUSSIONBehrenshausen, BrentOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

CE PERCUSSION


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Applied Music Lesson. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 440.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33342MU 290 - -FP - -ACOMPOSITIONHaines, JamesOpen5/6By Arrangement1.00

COMPOSITION


1.00 credit. Development of skills in composing. Emphasis on creation of original works for a variety of media with performance as final product. *Prerequisite: MU 101. For enrollment beyond two terms, MU 419 is required. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32868MU 321 - -FP - -ACONDUCTING IFritz, MatthewOpen10/25TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) Z 2042.00

CONDUCTING I


2.00 credits. Instruction in the fundamentals of conducting. Topics include conducting techniques, instrumental and choral methods and problems, score reading, and interpretation. *Prerequisites: MU 202 and 212, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33028MU 353 - -FP - -ACLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION IHaines, JamesOpen19/30TH (11:00am-11:50am) Z 1252.00

CLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION I


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course sequence focusing on developing music improvisation and composition skills for use in the practice of music therapy. Basic improvision skills on voice, piano, and guitar will be addressed. Composition tasks will focus on song writing. *Prerequisites: MU 218. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32871MU 355 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES II: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens, GeneOpen5/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES II: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population and continue to develop their professional, preparation, delivery, and documentation skills related to the practice of music therapy. *Prerequisites: MU 253 and 254. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement and Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32872MU 357 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IIIFrantz, EmilyOpen5/15TH (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1263.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES III


3.00 credits. A study of various philosophies and practices of music therapy as related to the implementation of music therapy within specific clinical populations and preparation for clinical internship. Emphases are on the integration of the knowledge and skills associated with the practice of music therapy, verbal interaction skills, and interviewing for internships. *Prerequisites: MU 253 and 254. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32873MU 360B- -FP - -ACHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II, GrantOpen42/44By Arrangement0.50

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASS


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32874MU 360B- -FP - -BCHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II, GrantOpen44/44By Arrangement0.00

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASS


0 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32875MU 360C- -FP - -AWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer, FaithOpen34/35By Arrangement0.50

WOODWIND ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32876MU 360C- -FP - -BWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer, FaithOpen33/35By Arrangement0.00

WOODWIND ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32877MU 360E- -FP - -AFLUTE CHOIRNelson, PaulaOpen42/44F (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 2040.50

FLUTE CHOIR


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32878MU 360E- -FP - -BFLUTE CHOIRNelson, PaulaOpen41/44F (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 2040.00

FLUTE CHOIR


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32879MU 360F- -FP - -APERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen, BrentOpen41/44H (06:00pm-07:20pm) Z 2040.50

PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32880MU 360F- -FP - -BPERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen, BrentOpen42/44H (06:00pm-07:20pm) Z 2040.00

PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32881MU 360P- -FP - -APIANO ENSEMBLERonning, DebraOpen3/10H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 1010.50

PIANO ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32882MU 360P- -FP - -BPIANO ENSEMBLERonning, DebraOpen1/5H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 1010.00

PIANO ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32883MU 360S- -FP - -ASTRING ENSEMBLEMale, SaraClosed0/5By Arrangement0.50

STRING ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32884MU 360S- -FP - -BSTRING ENSEMBLEMale, SaraOpen5/5By Arrangement0.50

STRING ENSEMBLE


0.50 credit. General chamber music course from which groups such as Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, Chorale, Piano Trio, and Piano Ensemble will be formed as need arises. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32885MU 361 - -3CE -C-ACE CONCERT CHOIRFritz, MatthewOpen37/44MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 2041.00

CE CONCERT CHOIR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Acceptance based upon auditions by appointment. Several performances on campus each year, and this group performs in churches and schools on its annual tour. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32886MU 361 - -FP - -BCONCERT CHOIRFritz, MatthewOpen39/44MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 2040.00

CONCERT CHOIR


0.00 credit. Acceptance based upon auditions by appointment. Several performances on campus each year, and this group performs in churches and schools on its annual tour. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32887MU 363 - -3CE -C-ACE COMMUNITY CHORUSFritz, MatthewOpen48/72T (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC MUS1.00

CE COMMUNITY CHORUS


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body and local community without audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32888MU 363 - -FP - -BCOMMUNITY CHORUSFritz, MatthewOpen55/72T (07:30pm-09:20pm) LC MUS0.00

COMMUNITY CHORUS


0.00 credit. Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body and local community without audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32889MU 364 - -3CE -C-ACE WOMEN'S CHORUSGross, AnneOpen21/36W (06:30pm-08:20pm) LC PERF1.00

CE WOMEN'S CHORUS


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Vocal ensemble open to female members of the student body by audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32890MU 364 - -FP - -BWOMEN'S CHORUSGross, AnneOpen25/36W (06:30pm-08:20pm) LC PERF0.00

WOMEN'S CHORUS


0.00 credit. Vocal ensemble open to female members of the student body by audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32891MU 365 - -3CE -C-ACE ORCHESTRASpence, J. RobertOpen25/44T (06:00pm-07:30pm) Z 2041.00

CE ORCHESTRA


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Presentation of several concerts during the year. String, chamber and full orchestra music is performed. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). *Prerequisite for winds and percussion: permission of the instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 365 - -3CE -C-ACE ORCHESTRAH (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 204
32892MU 365 - -FP - -BORCHESTRASpence, J. RobertOpen25/44T (06:00pm-07:30pm) Z 2040.00

ORCHESTRA


0.00 credit. Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Presentation of several concerts during the year. String, chamber and full orchestra music is performed. *Prerequisite for winds and percussion: permission of the instructor. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
MU 365 - -FP - -BORCHESTRAH (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 204
32893MU 368 - -FP - -AJAZZ BANDMoore II, GrantOpen30/44W (07:00pm-09:00pm) Z 2040.50

JAZZ BAND


0.50 credit. The jazz band is open to all qualified students who play instruments which constitute a traditional big band. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the director. The jazz band performs at least one concert per semester on campus and may perform off-campus concerts. This ensemble typically goes on tour with the concert choir in the spring term. The band rehearses once weekly for two hours. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32894MU 368 - -FP - -BJAZZ BANDMoore II, GrantOpen40/44W (07:00pm-09:00pm) Z 2040.00

JAZZ BAND


0.50 credit. The jazz band is open to all qualified students who play instruments which constitute a traditional big band. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the director. The jazz band performs at least one concert per semester on campus and may perform off-campus concerts. This ensemble typically goes on tour with the concert choir in the spring term. The band rehearses once weekly for two hours. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32895MU 369 - -3CE -C-ACE SYMPHONIC BANDSpence, J. RobertOpen26/60MW (04:30pm-06:00pm) Z 2041.00

CE SYMPHONIC BAND


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Performances include the annual winter and spring concerts and a number of off-campus appearances. Fulfills the Creative Expression requirement of the Core if taken for four semesters (or total of four credits when combined with other eligible applied music lessons or ensembles). This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32896MU 369 - -FP - -BSYMPHONIC BANDSpence, J. RobertOpen21/44MW (04:30pm-06:00pm) Z 2040.00

SYMPHONIC BAND


0.00 credit. Open to all qualified students; acceptance subject to approval by Director. Performances include the annual winter and spring concerts and a number of off-campus appearances. Graded Pass/No Pass. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33141MU 419 - -FP - -ACOUNTERPOINTHaines, JamesOpen10/15TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1162.00

COUNTERPOINT


2.00 credits. A study of contrapuntal techniques of the 16th through 20th centuries through representative composers and original compositions. *Prerequisite or *Corequisite: MU 204. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32897MU 431 - -FP - -APIANO METHODS AND MATERIALS IGingerich, CherylOpen6/10F (02:00pm-04:00pm) Z 1122.00

PIANO METHODS AND MATERIALS I


2.00 credits. Modern methods in teaching piano to children, youth and adults. Course includes a survey of teaching materials for various stages of progress, teaching demonstrations, and experience. *Prerequisites: two semesters of MU 269.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32914MU 433 - -FP - -AINSTRUMENTAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALSSpence, J. RobertOpen7/15TH (10:00am-10:50am) Z 2042.00

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS


2.00 credits. The development of instrumental teaching skills for individual, small group and ensemble instruction will be the focus of this course. Philosophical considerations related to the role of instrumental music education and applications of Music Learning Theory provide the framework for this course. Selection of appropriate method book materials, ensemble literature and materials, rehearsal planning and techniques, and the development of a curricular approach to performance ensembles will be emphasized. *Corequisite: MU 434. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32915MU 434 - -FP - -AINSTRUMENTAL MUSIC FIELD EXPERIENCESpence, J. RobertOpen7/15To Be Announced1.00

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC FIELD EXPERIENCE


1.00 credit. This course will provide practical application of the skills learned in Music 433. Observation and field placement in a secondary instrumental music setting will be required. *Corequisite: MU 433. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32898MU 454 - -FP - -APSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS IIBehrens, GeneOpen8/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) Z 1263.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS II


3.00 credits. A continuation of Music 358. Students will develop a more specific understanding of the concepts involved in conducting, reading and evaluating research in music therapy. Students will apply the concepts to the studies they designed the previous semester while conducting these studies. A few topics related to acoustics and the psychology of music also are included. *Prerequisite: MU 358. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32899MU 457 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IV: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens, GeneOpen21/25By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IV: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population. They will further develop their independence in the application of music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work. *Prerequisites: MU 356 and 357. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32900MU 458 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES V: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens, GeneOpen22/25By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES V: MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Supervised field experiences (observation and participation) in an approved clinical facility. A minimum of 13 planned sessions involving client contact and weekly processing with a supervisor are required for each clinical experience. During this practicum, students will apply previously learned music therapy skills to a new population. By the end of this practicum, they will display a level of independence in music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work that demonstrates readiness for the clinical internship. *Prerequisite: MU 457. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33467MU 479 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC THERAPYBehrens, GeneOpen22/25By Arrangement0.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC THERAPY


0.00 credit. An approximately six-month, supervised practical experience with a board-certified registered music therapist in an AMTA-approved facility. Total number of clinical training hours must equal 1,200. Taken only after completion of all other Music Therapy degree requirements. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32901MU 495 - -FP - -ASEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGYBomberger, E. DouglasOpen1/15F (11:00am-12:50pm) Z 1162.00

SEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGY


2.00 credits. A capstone course for all Music majors offering experience in the techniques of research about music, including bibliography, analysis of materials, and communication of conclusions. A substantial research project is required. *Prerequisites: junior standing in music; completion of all music courses in basic musicianship: MU 203, 204, 212 and 218. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32902TH 155 - -3CE -C-ACE STAGECRAFTWolf-Spencer, RichardOpen9/24TH (09:30am-10:45am) BSC TEMP4.00

CE STAGECRAFT


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introductory course in the technical aspects of theatrical production, with emphasis placed on scenic and lighting technology. Students develop an understanding of basic and intermediate-level production techniques while becoming familiar with the tools, hardware and theory related to contemporary theatrical practice. Multiple hands-on projects focusing on theatrical design, carpentry, rigging, painting, electrical wiring and properties artistry afford opportunities to link creative, cognitive reasoning with acquired skills. This course fulfills the Creative Expression Core and the stagecraft program requirement for either a theatre major or theatre minor. It may not be used to satisfy a requirement of the Theatre Endorsement Program offered through the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). A weekly two-hour lab is required. *Corequisite: TH 155L. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32903TH 155 -L-3CE -C-ACE STAGECRAFT LABWolf-Spencer, RichardOpen2/6M (03:30pm-05:30pm) BSC TEMP

CE STAGECRAFT LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany TH 155 Stagecraft. *Corequisite: TH 155.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32904TH 155 -L-3CE -C-BCE STAGECRAFT LABWolf-Spencer, RichardClosed0/6W (03:30pm-05:30pm) BSC TEMP

CE STAGECRAFT LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany TH 155 Stagecraft. *Corequisite: TH 155.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32905TH 155 -L-3CE -C-CCE STAGECRAFT LABWolf-Spencer, RichardOpen4/6H (03:30pm-05:30pm) BSC TEMP

CE STAGECRAFT LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany TH 155 Stagecraft. *Corequisite: TH 155.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32906TH 155 -L-3CE -C-DCE STAGECRAFT LABWolf-Spencer, RichardOpen3/6F (03:30pm-05:30pm) BSC TEMP

CE STAGECRAFT LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany TH 155 Stagecraft. *Corequisite: TH 155.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32907TH 165 - -3CE -C-ACE BASIC ACTINGMastrobuono, TheresaOpen2/24MWF (09:30am-10:45am) BSC TEMP4.00

CE BASIC ACTING


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Theory and practice of the art and craft of the stage actor are addressed. Skills are developed in voice, body movement, script analysis, and style and theory are examined. Students participate in projects requiring the memorization, creation and presentation of scenes.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32908TH 165 - -3CE -C-BCE BASIC ACTINGMastrobuono, TheresaOpen5/24MWF (12:30pm-01:45pm) BSC TEMP4.00

CE BASIC ACTING


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Theory and practice of the art and craft of the stage actor are addressed. Skills are developed in voice, body movement, script analysis, and style and theory are examined. Students participate in projects requiring the memorization, creation and presentation of scenes.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32916TH 320 - -FP - -ADIRECTING FOR THE THEATRESwanson, MichaelOpen3/12TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) BSC TEMP4.00

DIRECTING FOR THE THEATRE


4.00 credits. A focus on the technique and practice of directing for the theatre. Students analyze dramatic literature with respect to historical context, structure and performance conceptualization. Directing methods are explored, as are the use of space, staging, rhythm, tempo and pace. Students put theory into practice by directing a short play at the end of the semester. *Prerequisites: TH 105 and 165. Register by Instructor. Alternate fall semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32910TH 350 - -FP - -ADESIGN AND PRODUCTION PRACTICUMWolf-Spencer, RichardOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION PRACTICUM


Variable (0.00 to 1.00) credit. An opportunity for students to earn credit for significant design and production work. Students work on projects ranging from lighting, costume or scenic design to stage management, master electrician or public relations. Students may register with or without credit for the established theatre practicums organized under faculty supervision; registration for credit may be repeated. All students must meet the standards for attendance at rehearsals and public performances established by the faculty directors. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33332TH 360 - -FP - -APERFORMANCE PRACTICUMSwanson, MichaelOpen25/25By Arrangement0.00

PERFORMANCE PRACTICUM


Variable (0.00 to 1.00) credit. An opportunity for students to earn credit for significant performance work. Students work under the supervision of a faculty or student director for one of the program's productions. Students may register with or without credit for the established theatre practicums organized under faculty supervision; registration for credit may be repeated. All students must meet the standards for attendance at rehearsals and public performances established by the faculty directors. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33511TH 405 - -FP - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN THEATRESwanson, MichaelOpen8/10By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN THEATRE


2.00 credits. The capstone course for the major, the project is intended to be completed in the student’s area of concentration. It can include a realized project in acting, design, direction, playwriting or management; or a project in historical research and writing. Projects must be proposed and accepted the semester before the student's senior year. *Prerequisite: all theatre core course work and 50 percent of concentration course work must be completed. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor. Offered as needed.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
HEALTH AND WELLNESS DEPARTMENT
32963PE 100 - -PWB - -APILATES AND YOGAGearhart, GayleOpen1/20MW (03:30pm-04:20pm) R BSMT1.00

PILATES AND YOGA


1.00 credit. This course introduces a fitness program that incorporates both pilates and yoga. Both pilates and yoga emphasize the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32964PE 112 - -PE - -AWELLNESS AND THE COLLEGE STUDENTCheetham, AmandaOpen6/25TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) E 3702.00

WELLNESS AND THE COLLEGE STUDENT


2.00 credits. Students will gain an understanding of the eight dimensions of wellness with specific focus on health concerns for college students. Students will utilize health information to develop health promotion programming for the Elizabethtown College campus. Students will explore wellness topics including nutrition, physical activity, sexual health, healthy relationships, alcohol and drug use, sleep, stress, and mental health. Additionally, the class will examine leadership development, program planning, and evaluation for students interested in becoming a Student Wellness Advocate or Student Athlete Mentor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32966PE 120 - -PWB - -AAEROBICSGearhart, GayleOpen10/20M (05:00pm-06:20pm) R BSMT1.00

AEROBICS


1.00 credit. Inspiration – perspiration: a diversified fitness program that will give a complete workout. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32968PE 125 - -PWB - -ATENNISRoderick, ArthurOpen20/24TH (09:30am-10:20am) TH TNCTS1.00

TENNIS


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32970PE 140 - -PWB - -ABOWLINGStaff, PEOpen20/30MW (02:30pm-03:20pm) TH BOWL1.00

BOWLING


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development. Additional fee. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 100.00

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32971PE 140 - -PWB - -BBOWLINGStaff, PEOpen27/30TH (02:30pm-03:20pm) TH BOWL1.00

BOWLING


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development. Additional fee. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 100.00

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32972PE 146 - -PWB - -ARACQUETBALLWhitmore, JosephClosed0/12MF (11:00am-11:50am) TH RQBL1.00

RACQUETBALL


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32975PE 171 - -PE - -ABEING A MENTAL HEALTH ALLYLynch, BruceOpen8/20W (04:00pm-04:50pm) E 3801.00

BEING A MENTAL HEALTH ALLY


1.00 credit. Students will receive information about types of mental health concerns and mental health crisis situations. Discussions and activities in class will facilitate students' abilities to assist someone who is experiencing mental health concerns and help the person connect with resources. Information and discussions will facilitate increased awareness and decreased stigma about mental health topics.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32978PE 174 - -PE - -ASPORTS MEDICINEStaff, Open15/30TH (09:30am-10:20am) TH 1052.00

SPORTS MEDICINE


2.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce sports medicine and life skills to Elizabethtown College's student body. Basic concepts involved in first aid, injury prevention, management, and rehabilitation, as well as emeergency response and life skills.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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HISTORY DEPARTMENT
32453HI 101 - -9HUM-C-AHUM UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877Brown, DavidOpen2/24TH (11:00am-12:15pm) N 2304.00

HUM UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course traces the foundations of early American history from the Age of Discovery through the Civil War era. Included will be examinations of colonial society, the causes and consequences of the American Revolution, the rise of mass democracy, and the growing sectionalism that tore the nation apart in 1861.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32454HI 111 - -5NCH-C-ANCH HISTORY OF PRE-MODERN ASIAKenley, DavidOpen7/35MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2284.00

NCH HISTORY OF PRE-MODERN ASIA


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course examines the history of Asia up to 1500. There will be a focus on cross-cultural contacts within Asia and with the larger world. By semester's end, students will have a factual understanding of Asia's role in the international community, including the cultural, political, intellectual and economic factors that have influenced this region's history. They also will learn to critically evaluate historical materials relevant to the study of Asia. *Prerequisite: Power of Language English Core course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32455HI 114 - -4WCH-C-AWCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION ISchields, ChelseaOpen5/35MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2024.00

WCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION I


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course will examine the evolution of Western civilization from its origins in ancient Mediterranean communities (c. 3000 BCE) to the end of the Thirty Years’ War (1648). Emphasis will be placed on the role of politics, economics, culture, religion and ideology in shaping European societies.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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33015HI 114 - -4WCH-C-BWCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION ISchields, ChelseaOpen11/35MW (03:30pm-04:45pm) N 2024.00

WCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION I


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course will examine the evolution of Western civilization from its origins in ancient Mediterranean communities (c. 3000 BCE) to the end of the Thirty Years’ War (1648). Emphasis will be placed on the role of politics, economics, culture, religion and ideology in shaping European societies.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32456HI 304 - -HI - -ASECTIONALISM AND CIVIL WARBrown, DavidOpen8/14T (06:00pm-08:30pm) W 2114.00

SECTIONALISM AND CIVIL WAR


4.00 credits. This course examines the causes, character, and consequences of America’s Civil War. Topics include the failure of antebellum politics, the centrality of the slavery “question,” arguments for and against secession, and an overview of the military campaigns that defeated the Confederacy. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32390HI 331 - -HI - -APEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (INT 331, PCS 331)Strikwerda, CarlOpen12/20M (07:00pm-09:30pm) N 2304.00

PEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (INT 331, PCS 331)


4.00 credits. Students will learn essentials about the history of war and peacemaking since 1500, as well as key concepts such as the military revolution, just war, non-violence, the liberal or democratic peace, the Kantian triad, and the Confucian and Westphalia international relations systems.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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33071HI 340 - -HI - -ASTUDIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY: THE IDEA OF RACE IN MODERN EUROPESchields, ChelseaOpen5/14MW (09:30am-10:45am) W 2114.00

STUDIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY: THE IDEA OF RACE IN MODERN EUROPE


4.00 credits. An analytical inquiry into special periods and topics in European history, including courses on World War I and World War II. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32918HI 360 - -HI - -AITALIAN RENAISSANCE (ART 360)Ricci, PatriciaOpen12/15TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1144.00

ITALIAN RENAISSANCE (ART 360)


4.00 credits. The Italian Renaissance seminar is an in-depth cultural history of the humanist movement in Italy from 1250 to 1550 and its impact on the fine arts, literature, politics, religion, education and science. The course includes reading and discussion of primary texts by Petrarch, Dante, Boccaccio, Alberti, Machiavelli, Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Vasari. Topics include the revival of Antiquity, the discovery of Nature, Statecraft, scientific innovation and new concepts of genius and creativity. *Prerequisite: ART 155, ART 157 or HI 115. Enrollment limited to sophomore status or above.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32458HI 371 - -HI - -ACONTEMPORARY CHINAKenley, DavidOpen2/1208/28/2017 - 12/15/20174.00

CONTEMPORARY CHINA


4.00 credits. This course will examine Chinese history with a focus on the financial city of Shanghai. We will cover primarily the period between 1989 and the present day. Upon successful fulfillment of course requirements, each student will have a factual understanding of contemporary Chinese history, including the cultural, political, intellectual, and economic factors that have influenced this region's history; critically evaluate textual, material, and visual documents; improve his or her writing skills through the process of writing; improve his or her speaking skills through class presentations.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32457HI 450 - -HI - -ATOPICS IN HISTORIOGRAPHYBrown, DavidOpen11/14TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) W 2044.00

TOPICS IN HISTORIOGRAPHY


4.00 credits. This course provides each student with the opportunity to think critically about the writing of history. It also allows each student to practice his or her communication skills, both verbally and in writing. Rather than reading simply for content, we will spend much of our time analyzing the various approaches to history. We will attempt to understand the assumptions, biases, and interpretive paradigms that underlie each of these approaches. In short, we will focus not on the “what” of history but on the “why” and “how.” *Prerequisites: History majors during the senior year. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors only

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INTERFAITH LEADERSHIP STUDIES
32629ILS105 - -9HUM-C-AHUM EXPLORING INTERFAITH LEADERSHIP AND SERVICESadd, TracyOpen17/35TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2284.00

HUM EXPLORING INTERFAITH LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE


4.00 credits. This survey course introduces the beliefs, values, practices, and historical origins of many of the world’s religions as well as non-religious worldviews, and also grants significant attention to the contemporary environment of religion, including secularization, the relationship between religion and politics, and religious diversity. Students will be challenged to relate religious values to fundamental human dilemmas, including historical dilemmas (e.g., evangelism, colonialism, and religious violence), theological dilemmas (e.g., exclusivism versus religious pluralism), and current issues (e.g., interfaith leadership and service) through case studies and interfaith leadership projects.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
32388INT331 - -INT - -APEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (PCS 331)Strikwerda, CarlOpen5/20M (07:00pm-09:30pm) N 2304.00

PEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (PCS 331)


4.00 credits. Students will learn essentials about the history of war and peacemaking since 1500, as well as key concepts such as the military revolution, just war, non-violence, the liberal or democratic peace, the Kantian triad, and the Confucian and Westphalia international relations systems.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33360INT465 - -INT - -ACAPSTONE DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIESSelcher, WayneOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

CAPSTONE DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES


2.00 credits. This course is a capstone seminar designed to integrate previous coursework in the interdisciplinary field of international studies and produce a major research project on a topic related to international studies. It is designed specifically for senior students pursuing the International Studies minor. Each student produces a major research paper and is required to present the results in front of Capstone Directed Research Project Committee, consisting of the Director of the International Studies Minor and a supervising faculty member (if both positions are filled by the same faculty member, then the student is required to invite another faculty member to serve as the reader). *Prerequisites: Successful completion of all other requirements of the international studies minor) in their senior year on either fall or spring semester. Therefore, students need to successfully complete PS 245 NCH International Relations, two semesters of modern language at the 200 level or above, and three elective courses approved by the International Studies Minor Program Committee, before they become eligible for enrolling in this course. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

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MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
32569MA 121 - -8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS IMontgomery, AnneOpen4/35MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 3704.00

MA CALCULUS I


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) A thorough introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of the differential and integral calculus of elementary functions, including a study of limits and continuity. Applications to the physical, biological and social sciences are studied in detail. Note: Students who have received four credits for MA 117 receive two credits for this course. *Corequisite: MA 121L. Hours: lecture 4, laboratory 2.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32570MA 121 - -8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS ISoltys, StephenOpen11/35MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2074.00

MA CALCULUS I


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) A thorough introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of the differential and integral calculus of elementary functions, including a study of limits and continuity. Applications to the physical, biological and social sciences are studied in detail. Note: Students who have received four credits for MA 117 receive two credits for this course. *Corequisite: MA 121L. Hours: lecture 4, laboratory 2.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32571MA 121 -L-8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYMcDevitt, TimothyOpen10/35H (02:00pm-04:00pm) TH 105

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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33515MA 121 -L-8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYMontgomery, AnneOpen5/35H (02:00pm-04:00pm) E 270

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32572MA 122 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IISanchis, GabrielaOpen8/24MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 3824.00

CALCULUS II


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 121 involving the calculus of the trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Analytic geometry in the plane, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences and series are included, and an in-depth study of integration is completed. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 or MA 121R.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32573MA 130 - -MA - -ACREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING ISanchis, GabrielaOpen8/24TH (12:45pm-01:45pm) E 3822.00

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING I


2.00 credits. An introduction to mathematical problem solving at the college level. Students are challenged to solve math problems using their own creativity instead of relying upon standard methods and algorithms, and to communicate their solutions clearly and concisely to others. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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32574MA 201 - -MA - -ALINEAR ALGEBRAOpen16/30MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1874.00

LINEAR ALGEBRA


4.00 credits. A presentation of the basic concepts and techniques of linear algebra including vectors, vector spaces, matrices, determinants, systems of linear equations, eigenvectors and linear transformations. Students will be expected to do mathematical proofs. *Prerequisite: MA 122.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32575MA 205 - -MA - -AMATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERSSoltys, StephenOpen11/24MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1314.00

MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS


4.00 credits. A course designed to build understanding of K-8 math concepts. Students are required to explain their reasoning, learn multiple representations of concepts, and create alternative algorithms. Effective Fall 2014, students who have received academic credit for MA 206 are prohibited from registering in MA 205.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32586MA 205 - -MA - -BMATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERSSoltys, StephenOpen15/24MWF (08:00am-09:30am) N 1314.00

MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS


4.00 credits. A course designed to build understanding of K-8 math concepts. Students are required to explain their reasoning, learn multiple representations of concepts, and create alternative algorithms. Effective Fall 2014, students who have received academic credit for MA 206 are prohibited from registering in MA 205.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32576MA 222 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IIIThorsen, BobetteOpen1/30MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 3804.00

CALCULUS III


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 122, that completes the topics of the calculus sequence, including three-dimensional analytic geometry, vectors and vector valued functions, and calculus of functions of several variables. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32577MA 222 - -MA - -BCALCULUS IIIThorsen, BobetteOpen21/30MTHF (12:30pm-01:30pm) E 3804.00

CALCULUS III


4.00 credits. A continuation of Mathematics 122, that completes the topics of the calculus sequence, including three-dimensional analytic geometry, vectors and vector valued functions, and calculus of functions of several variables. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 121 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32578MA 251 - -8MA -C-AMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSHughes, JamesClosed0/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 3704.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32579MA 251 - -8MA -C-BMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSHughes, JamesOpen1/35MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 3704.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32580MA 251 - -8MA -C-CMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSBatakci, LeylaClosed0/35MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 3704.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32581MA 251 - -8MA -C-DMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSBatakci, LeylaClosed0/35MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3704.00

MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


4.00 credits. (Mathematics Core Course) Covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics, experimental design and statistical inference. The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to statistical thinking and methodology, and their use in the natural and social sciences.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32582MA 255 - -MA - -AFINANCIAL MATHEMATICSDoytchinov, BogdanOpen11/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 3824.00

FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS


4.00 credits. This course introduces the mathematical foundations of interest theory and financial derivatives. Topics include: measurement of interest; annuities certain; yield rates; amortization schedules and sinking funds; bonds and related securities; yield curves, spot rates, and forward rates; convexity and immunization; derivative securities; forward contracts; put and call options, including put-call parity; hedging; futures; and swaps. This is a first course aimed at students preparing for the Actuarial Examination FM. *Prerequisite: MA 117 and MA 121. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32583MA 301 - -MA - -AABSTRACT ALGEBRAHughes, JamesOpen16/24MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 3824.00

ABSTRACT ALGEBRA


4.00 credits. A study of algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, integral domains, fields, polynomial rings and ideals. Also included are topics from number theory, divisibility, congruence and construction of number systems. Selected advanced topics – such as series of groups, Sylow Theorems, unique factorization domains, and field extensions – also will be covered. *Prerequisites: MA 201 and 235. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32587MA 321 - -MA - -ADIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSMcDevitt, TimothyOpen19/30MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 1874.00

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS


4.00 credits. A study of analytical and numerical approaches to ordinary differential equations and related topics and applications including complex arithmetic, matrix algebra, Fourier series, Fourier transforms, Laplace transforms, mechanical vibrations, and RLC circuits. *Prerequisite: Grade of C- or better in MA 222 and PHY 120 OR Grade of C- or better in MA 122. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32588MA 331 - -MA - -AOPERATIONS RESEARCH IBatakci, LeylaOpen14/24MWF (09:30am-10:50am) H 1144.00

OPERATIONS RESEARCH I


4.00 credits. A study of mathematical techniques and models used to solve problems from business, management, and various other areas. Topics include the structure of linear programming, the simplex method to solve linear programming, sensitivity analysis, linear programming duality and complementary slackness, linear programming modeling techniques; blending problems, minimum cost network flow problems, transportation problems, shortest path problems, and the structure of integer programming modeling. *Prerequisite: MA 201 or 321.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32589MA 341 - -MA - -AMODERN GEOMETRYThorsen, BobetteOpen21/30TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3804.00

MODERN GEOMETRY


4.00 credits. The concept of geometry as a logical system based upon postulates and undefined elements, along with an appreciation of the historical evolution of geometries. Topics include incidence geometries, planes and space, congruence, inequalities, parallel postulates, parallel projections, similarities, circles and additional theorems. *Prerequisite: MA 235. Fall semester, odd-numbered years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32584MA 351 - -MA - -ATHEORY OF PROBABILITYSanchis, GabrielaOpen4/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3824.00

THEORY OF PROBABILITY


4.00 credits. A comprehensive development of the theory of probability. Topics include the basic principles of combinatorial analysis useful in computing probabilities, conditional probability, independence of events, Bayes' Rule, discrete and continuous random variables, jointly distributed random variables, expected values and variances, and limit theorems involving sums of independent random variables. *Prerequisites: MA 222 and 235. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33029MA 370 - -MA - -AEPISODES FROM THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICSSanchis, GabrielaOpen13/20TH (09:45am-10:45am) N 2122.00

EPISODES FROM THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS


2.00 credits. This course will examine selected episodes from the history of mathematical thought from ancient times to the 20th century. Emphasis will be on the history of mathematical topics typically covered in the high school or early college curriculum. *Prerequisite: MA121.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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33395MA 400 - -MA - -ASENIOR PROJECTMcDevitt, TimothyOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. An intensive, individual project, which must involve material not covered in regular course offerings, and be approved and guided by a faculty member. The student writes a paper (involving original exposition, original research or both) and presents her/his findings orally. To earn four credits for this course, a student must make an approved oral presentation outside of Elizabethtown College. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33410MA 400 - -MA - -BSENIOR PROJECTBatakci, LeylaOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. An intensive, individual project, which must involve material not covered in regular course offerings, and be approved and guided by a faculty member. The student writes a paper (involving original exposition, original research or both) and presents her/his findings orally. To earn four credits for this course, a student must make an approved oral presentation outside of Elizabethtown College. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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32585MA 421 - -MA - -AREAL ANALYSISDoytchinov, BogdanOpen12/20MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 3824.00

REAL ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. A rigorous study of the fundamental concepts of analysis, including such topics as sequences of real numbers, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. *Prerequisites: MA 201, 222 and 235. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32590MA 463 - -MA - -AADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELMcDevitt, TimothyOpen6/15TH (09:30am-10:30am) E 3702.00

ADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCEL


2.00 credits. In this course we will learn to use advanced features of Excel to solve problems in mathematics. Topics will include Excel formulas, using the Solver, pivot tables, performing spreadsheet what-if analysis, graphing, and an introduction to VBA programming. *Prerequisite: MA 122.




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MA 463 - -MA - -ALAB - ADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS WITH EXCELTH (09:30am-10:30am) E 368
33403MA 484 - -MA - -AINDEPENDENT STUDY IN MATHHughes, JamesOpen4/5By Arrangement3.00

INDEPENDENT STUDY IN MATH


Variable credit. *Prerequisites: approval of Department Chair and Independent Study Committee. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT
32736CHN111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY CHINESE IChen, SupingOpen21/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1144.00

PLO ELEMENTARY CHINESE I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Introduction of basic elements of the structure and the phonetic system of Chinese in culturally authentic contexts. Development of basic communication skills in five skill areas: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




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32959CHN211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE CHINESE IChen, SupingOpen16/16MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1124.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Further development of oral proficiency and reading and writing skills. Greater proficiency in reading of characters. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens socio-cultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement texts and written materials. *Prerequisite: CHN 112 or placement by examination.




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32737ESL111 - -ML - -AENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE AND AMERICAN CULTURENissman-Cohen, BarbaraOpen9/12MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2304.00

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE AND AMERICAN CULTURE


4.00 credits. Development and refinement of the student's functional proficiency through grammar and essay development, audio/video materials to improve listening comprehension, and extended oral discourse. Reading selections increase reading comprehension and awareness and understanding of American culture. *Prerequisite: placement by examination and TOEFL score.




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33331ESL112 - -ML - -AENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IINissman-Cohen, BarbaraOpen12/12MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2304.00

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II


4.00 credits. Focuses on the improvement of speech, listening, reading, and writing skills, emphasizing the descriptive and narrative paragraph. Media in the target language supplement the textbook and develop communicative competency. *Prerequisite: ESL 111.




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32738FR 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH INissman-Cohen, BarbaraClosed0/24MWF (08:00am-09:20am) N 2304.00

PLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




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32739FR 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH IINissman-Cohen, BarbaraOpen16/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2304.00

PLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expansion of basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. Additional development of communicative competency in five skill areas: listening, speaking, writing, reading, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. *Prerequisite: FR 111, or placement by examination.




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33327FR 170 - -4WCH-C-AWCH INTRODUCTION TO FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE AND FILMBorilot, VanessaOpen17/24MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2124.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO FRANCOPHONE LITERATURE AND FILM


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course offers a presentation of the French-speaking cultures of the world through cinema, literature and media. From West Africa to Quebec via North Africa, the Caribbean and Louisiana, we will explore the themes of orality, slavery, colonization/decolonization, representation of the French Caribbean diaspora with two documentaries, l’écriture engagée and language as resistance against assimilation. All the movies and documentaries have English subtitles. Students will watch them on their own and be prepared for class discussions and presentations.




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32741FR 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH IBorilot, VanessaOpen18/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2304.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Emphasizes functional proficiency. A functional-notational syllabus expands use of linguistic tasks such as asking questions, stating facts, describing, narrating, and expressing feelings. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement text and written materials. *Prerequisite: FR 112, or placement by examination.




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33324FR 305 - -ML - -AADVANCED CONVERSATIONBorilot, VanessaOpen11/14MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) ST 2044.00

ADVANCED CONVERSATION


4.00 credits. In this course, you will develop and practice your oral skills on French through an extended French filmography. We will explore aspects of French and Francophone life and culture in XXth French society with discussions and presentations on French culture, politics, ethics, and history. This course is conducted solely in French. *Pre-requisites: FR 212 or placement test.




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32742FR 496 - -ML - -AFRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IBorilot, VanessaOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

FRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior French majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the French language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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32744GER111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN ISnyder, JylOpen11/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) MU 2324.00

PLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




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32745GER211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN ISnyder, JylOpen17/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2124.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Emphasizes functional proficiency. A functional-notational syllabus expands use of linguistic tasks such as asking questions, stating facts, describing, narrating, and expressing feelings. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement texts and written materials. *Prerequisite: GER 112, or placement by examination.




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32763GER323 - -ML - -AINTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LITERATUREHarman, MarkOpen6/12MW (03:30pm-04:50pm) W 3044.00

INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LITERATURE


4.00 credits. Development of students' ability to read thoroughly, analyze, and appreciate literature. Selected readings representative of different literary genres. *Prerequisite: GER 212, or permission of the instructor.




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32746GER496 - -ML - -AGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IHarman, MarkOpen10/10By Arrangement2.00

GERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior German majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the German language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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32747JA 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1Bhattacharya, MahuaOpen8/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2044.00

PLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Introduction to contemporary Japanese language designed for the acquisition of basic communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Two of the scripts, Hiragana and Katakana, will be introduced. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. Aimed at students with no prior knowledge of Japanese.




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32748JA 111 - -2PLO-C-BPLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1Bhattacharya, MahuaOpen17/24MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2044.00

PLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Introduction to contemporary Japanese language designed for the acquisition of basic communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Two of the scripts, Hiragana and Katakana, will be introduced. Media in the target language supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. Aimed at students with no prior knowledge of Japanese.




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32749JA 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi, NobuakiOpen14/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2324.00

PLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Further development of oral proficiency and reading and writing skills at the high elementary level of instruction. Proficiency in Kanji is increased to about 100. Japanese word processing is introduced. Designed to equip students with the ability to acquire Level Five of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) administered by the Japan Foundation. *Prerequisite: JA 112, or placement by examination.




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32750JA 311 - -ML - -ATHIRD YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi, NobuakiOpen9/12MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) W 3104.00

THIRD YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. Designed for student with credit in Japanese 212, this course aims at developing further control of the grammar, vocabulary, and idioms of spoken Japanese with a proficiency in Kanji reaching 350. *Prerequisite: JA 212.




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32751JA 411 - -ML - -AFOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 1Takahashi, NobuakiOpen9/14MWF (09:30am-10:40am) W 3104.00

FOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 1


4.00 credits. Further development of proficiency in both rapid and close reading skills. This course focuses on readings from different fields such as anthropology, history, linguistics, and literature. *Prerequisite: JA 312.




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32752JA 496 - -ML - -AJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ITakahashi, NobuakiOpen6/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For Japanese majors. An extended research or translation project on a topic in Japanese literature, culture, or language utilizing some source materials in Japanese. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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32960JA 496 - -ML - -BJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IBhattacharya, MahuaOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For Japanese majors. An extended research or translation project on a topic in Japanese literature, culture, or language utilizing some source materials in Japanese. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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32762SP 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IMacnicol, MeganClosed0/24TH (05:00pm-06:40pm) N 2304.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. The development of communicative competence in five skill areas: speaking, listening, reading, writing, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks.




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32753SP 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IIBarnada, KurtClosed0/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2324.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expansion of basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. Additional development of communicative competency in five skill areas: listening, speaking, writing, reading, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. *Prerequisite: SP 111, or placement by examination.




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32754SP 112 - -2PLO-C-BPLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IIBarnada, KurtClosed0/23MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) N 2324.00

PLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expansion of basic elements of structure and the phonetic system in culturally authentic contexts. Additional development of communicative competency in five skill areas: listening, speaking, writing, reading, and sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language and computer work supplement proficiency-oriented textbooks. *Prerequisite: SP 111, or placement by examination.




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33175SP 170 - -2PLO- -APLO SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERSLinares-Farras, MontserratOpen21/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2034.00

PLO SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Heritage language learners are those individuals who are proficient in English and who grew up speaking Spanish; they are able to communicate, with different levels of ease, in more than one langauge. The main purpose of the Spanish for Heritage Speakers course is to build upon the Spanish language knowledge that students bring to the classroom and advance their proficiency in Spanish. Special attention is given to building vocabulary, acquiring and effectively using reading strategies, and strengthening composition skills in Spanish. Cultural projects and readings reinforce learners understanding of the multiple issues related to Latino/Hispanic cultures in the USA.




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32755SP 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH ILorenzen, CharlaClosed0/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) YC CLSRM4.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Review and expansion of basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary at the intermediate level in the four skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. In-class work develops oral proficiency at the intermediate level; out-of-class work, including online assignments and work with carefully selected website materials, enhances writing and reading proficiencies. Sociocultural awareness is developed through media in the target language that supplement proficiency-oriented materials. *Prerequisite: SP 112, or placement by examination.




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33012SP 211 - -2PLO-C-BPLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH ILorenzen, CharlaClosed0/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2044.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Review and expansion of basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary at the intermediate level in the four skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. In-class work develops oral proficiency at the intermediate level; out-of-class work, including online assignments and work with carefully selected website materials, enhances writing and reading proficiencies. Sociocultural awareness is developed through media in the target language that supplement proficiency-oriented materials. *Prerequisite: SP 112, or placement by examination.




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32756SP 212 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH IILinares-Farras, MontserratOpen8/24MWF (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1014.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Continued review and expansion of basic grammar and vocabulary introduced in Spanish 211 in the four skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Development of more advanced tasks such as describing, narrating, and hypothesizing. In-class work develops oral proficiency at the intermediate level; out-of-class work, including online assignments and continued work with selected website materials, enhances writing and reading proficiencies. Sociocultural awareness is developed through media in the target language that supplement proficiency-oriented materials. *Prerequisite: SP 211, or placement by examination.




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32761SP 314 - -ML - -AMODERN HISPANIC AMERICABarnada, KurtOpen5/14TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) W 3104.00

MODERN HISPANIC AMERICA


4.00 credits. A selective study of the shared cultural heritages among Hispanic American societies to an understanding and appreciation of contemporary life. The course offers an interdisciplinary treatment of diverse aspects of modern society, including geography, politics/government, religion, Indigenismo, regionalism, cultural identity, language policy, popular culture, and societal structure, to name a few. Films and internet/mass media resources support topics under discussion. *Prerequisite: SP 212 or placement. Alternating spring semesters.




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32757SP 315 - -ML - -ASPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITIONLinares-Farras, MontserratOpen6/14MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) W 3044.00

SPANISH GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION


This course builds on the Spanish grammar previously studied at the Intermediate level to improve students' reading, speaking, and writing skills in Spanish through an in-depth study of standard Spanish grammar. Special attention will be given to the more problematic aspects of Spanish grammar for English speakers. Students will develop advanced writing skills through composition assignments. *Prerequisite: SP 212, placement by examination, or placement by examination.




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32758SP 325 - -ML - -ASPANISH SERVICE LEARNINGLorenzen, CharlaOpen1/12TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2064.00

SPANISH SERVICE LEARNING


4.00 credits. This Spanish service-learning course fosters students’ conversational proficiency in Spanish and their intercultural competence in Spanish-speaking settings. Students apply these skills in educational settings, experience the mutual benefits of community service-learning, and discover opportunities for becoming civically engaged and employing their Spanish skills in the broader community. *Prerequisite: SP 212, placement by examination, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Offered every semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32760SP 496 - -ML - -ASPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ILorenzen, CharlaOpen10/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior Spanish majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the Spanish language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33531SP 496 - -ML - -BSPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ILinares-Farras, MontserratOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I


2.00 credits. For senior Spanish majors. Involves researching a literary, linguistic, or cultural topic and the writing of a major paper in the Spanish language. This capstone experience will be closely supervised by Department faculty. Fall semester.




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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT
32764ASL105 - -2PLO-C-APLO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGEConrad, KarenClosed0/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2024.00

PLO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) An introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). The course will examine the fundamentals of the sign lexicon emphasizing grammatical features of comprehension and expression. Students will build conversational skills through dialogues about the everyday life experiences that make up meaningful participation human occupations. Through the Community-Based Learning experience, students will engage in contextual learning through interactive social participation with individuals in the Deaf Community. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32765OT 111 - -OT - -ABASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATIONDennehy, TerriClosed0/37T (08:00am-09:20am) E 3604.00

BASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the conceptual framework for understanding of the occupational and adaptive nature of humans, including concepts that constitute performance areas and those that environmentally influence individuals in performance. Students explore their own motivation, personalities, learning styles and values as a first step in considering themselves as therapeutic resources. Students also explore the beneficial aspects of activity, specifically the world of making and doing. They engage in reflection on the relationships between self and activities and in the process of assessing and evaluating the interrelated elements of activities. *Prerequisite: permission of the instructor for nonmajors. *Corequisite: OT 111L. Fall semester. Register by Instructor.




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32766OT 111 - -OT - -BBASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATIONDennehy, TerriOpen2/37T (09:30am-10:50am) E 3604.00

BASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the conceptual framework for understanding of the occupational and adaptive nature of humans, including concepts that constitute performance areas and those that environmentally influence individuals in performance. Students explore their own motivation, personalities, learning styles and values as a first step in considering themselves as therapeutic resources. Students also explore the beneficial aspects of activity, specifically the world of making and doing. They engage in reflection on the relationships between self and activities and in the process of assessing and evaluating the interrelated elements of activities. *Prerequisite: permission of the instructor for nonmajors. *Corequisite: OT 111L. Fall semester. Register by Instructor.




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32767OT 111 -L-OT - -ABASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LABDennehy, TerriClosed0/25T (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 360

BASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LAB


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany OT 111 Basic Concepts in Occupation. *Corequisite: OT 111. Register by Instructor. Not graded.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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32768OT 111 -L-OT - -BBASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LABDennehy, TerriOpen1/25H (08:00am-10:50am) E 360

BASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LAB


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany OT 111 Basic Concepts in Occupation. *Corequisite: OT 111. Register by Instructor. Not graded.




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32769OT 111 -L-OT - -CBASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LABDennehy, TerriOpen2/25H (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 360

BASIC CONCEPTS IN OCCUPATION LAB


0.00 credits. Lab to accompany OT 111 Basic Concepts in Occupation. *Corequisite: OT 111. Register by Instructor. Not graded.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 60.00

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32770OT 223 - -OT - -ACHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LABSteadman, NancyClosed0/17TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 3734.00

CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. An examination of childhood development with a focus on occupational performance from conception through adolescence. An emphasis is placed on typical patterns of activity, holistically considering the biophysical, cognitive and psychosocial aspects of development. Lab, community-based, and service-learning opportunities will supplement lecture discussions and other active-learning strategies. *Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

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32771OT 223 - -OT - -BCHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LABSteadman, NancyClosed0/17TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3734.00

CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. An examination of childhood development with a focus on occupational performance from conception through adolescence. An emphasis is placed on typical patterns of activity, holistically considering the biophysical, cognitive and psychosocial aspects of development. Lab, community-based, and service-learning opportunities will supplement lecture discussions and other active-learning strategies. *Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32772OT 223 - -OT - -CCHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LABSteadman, NancyClosed0/16TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3734.00

CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. An examination of childhood development with a focus on occupational performance from conception through adolescence. An emphasis is placed on typical patterns of activity, holistically considering the biophysical, cognitive and psychosocial aspects of development. Lab, community-based, and service-learning opportunities will supplement lecture discussions and other active-learning strategies. *Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32804OT 223 - -OT - -DCHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LABSteadman, NancyOpen1/16W (02:00pm-04:50pm) E 3734.00

CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONS ACTIVE LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. An examination of childhood development with a focus on occupational performance from conception through adolescence. An emphasis is placed on typical patterns of activity, holistically considering the biophysical, cognitive and psychosocial aspects of development. Lab, community-based, and service-learning opportunities will supplement lecture discussions and other active-learning strategies. *Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32773OT 318 - -OT - -AKINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LABPanchik, DanielOpen1/18MW (09:30am-10:50am) E 3624.00

KINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. Application of the principles of functional anatomy with an emphasis on normal and abnormal movement. Measurement techniques for range of motion and muscle testing are presented. Concepts are integrated in lab experiences. *Prerequisite: BIO 201 or permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32774OT 318 - -OT - -BKINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LABPanchik, DanielOpen6/18MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3624.00

KINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. Application of the principles of functional anatomy with an emphasis on normal and abnormal movement. Measurement techniques for range of motion and muscle testing are presented. Concepts are integrated in lab experiences. *Prerequisite: BIO 201 or permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32775OT 318 - -OT - -CKINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LABPanchik, DanielClosed0/18TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 3624.00

KINESIOLOGY APPLIED LEARNING LAB


4.00 credits. Application of the principles of functional anatomy with an emphasis on normal and abnormal movement. Measurement techniques for range of motion and muscle testing are presented. Concepts are integrated in lab experiences. *Prerequisite: BIO 201 or permission of the instructor for nonmajors. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32776OT 427 - -OT - -APATHOLOGY IIFox, GinaOpen1/21M (06:00pm-09:00pm) N 2283.00

PATHOLOGY II


3.00 credits. This course will familiarize student with common diagnoses and conditions encountered in the practice of occupational therapy. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomology, prognosis, and functional implications of psychiatric, immune, musculoskeletal, and skin related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 105, PSY 111, OT 224, OT 327, and majors only. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32777OT 427 - -OT - -BPATHOLOGY IIGroff, KatharineClosed0/21M (06:00pm-09:00pm) N 2323.00

PATHOLOGY II


3.00 credits. This course will familiarize student with common diagnoses and conditions encountered in the practice of occupational therapy. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the incidence, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, symptomology, prognosis, and functional implications of psychiatric, immune, musculoskeletal, and skin related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 105, PSY 111, OT 224, OT 327, and majors only. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32778OT 433 - -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSPotter, Ann MarieOpen3/21T (08:30am-09:30am) N 2324.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Students learn to apply the occupational therapy process of evaluation, treatment planning, and treatment to people with deficits in musculoskeletal or neurological systems. *Prerequisites: OT 318, 327, 331, and majors only. *Corequisite: OT 433L and OT 433F. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 80.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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32779OT 433 - -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSPotter, Ann MarieClosed0/23T (02:00pm-03:00pm) N 2324.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Students learn to apply the occupational therapy process of evaluation, treatment planning, and treatment to people with deficits in musculoskeletal or neurological systems. *Prerequisites: OT 318, 327, 331, and majors only. *Corequisite: OT 433L and OT 433F. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 80.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32780OT 433 -L-OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSPotter, Ann MarieOpen1/21M (08:00am-11:00am) E 360

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32781OT 433 -L-OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONSPotter, Ann MarieClosed0/21M (12:30pm-03:30pm) E 360

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany OT 433. Corequisite: OT 433.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32783OT 433F- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STAchenbach, ChristineClosed0/25W (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD ST


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT433 Enabling Occupations: Musculoskeletal Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 433 and OT 433L. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32784OT 433F- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STAchenbach, ChristineOpen9/24F (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: MUSCULOSKELETAL DIMENSIONS FIELD ST


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT433 Enabling Occupations: Musculoskeletal Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 433 and OT 433L. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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32787OT 440 - -OT - -AHEALTH CARE SYSTEMSBenner, LoriOpen11/30T (05:30pm-08:30pm) E 2703.00

HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


3.00 credits. A study of the development of health care systems in the United States. Includes administrative structure, payment systems, quality assurance, regulations and legislative issues.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32788OT 450 - -OT - -ARESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen, JudyOpen4/21TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2303.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32789OT 450 - -OT - -BRESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICEEricksen, JudyClosed0/23TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2303.00

RESEARCH I: UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE IN PRACTICE


3.00 credits. This is the first in a two-course series designed to engage the learner in study of the research process, design and methodology related to the practice of occupational therapy. Students are expected to become critical consumers of research and are prepared to actively engage in the research process following course completion. Both qualitative and quantitative research designs are investigated. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33415OT 492 - -OT - -AUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM ISalvadia, AngelaOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33416OT 492 - -OT - -BUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IHample, KerriOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33417OT 492 - -OT - -CUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IDennehy, TerriOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33418OT 492 - -OT - -DUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IPotter, Ann MarieOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33419OT 492 - -OT - -EUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM ISteadman, NancyOpen33/35By Arrangement2.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM I


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. An original scholarship project planned, implemented and written by students with substantive supervision and consultation with faculty. Any occupational therapy student may petition to take this course. All students who qualify for the Honors in the Discipline will be extended an invitation to use this course for scholarship endeavors. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their scholarship mentor prior to enrollment and must submit for IRB approval. Scholarship used as Honors in the Discipline must have a minimum of four credits, maximum of four credits for any student across OT 492 and/or 494. This is not an occupational therapy curricular required course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32790OT 501 - -OT - -ARESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1Humbert, TameraClosed0/20M (01:30pm-03:00pm) E 3732.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course series designed to allow students to explore in depth an area of interest and to complete a project of significance to the profession of occupational therapy. Projects will be clinical, service and/or research based. In this course, students will do a comprehensive review of relevant literature and will develop a proposal describing all project elements. *Corequisite: OT 551. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32791OT 501 - -OT - -BRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1Humbert, TameraOpen14/40M (03:30pm-05:00pm) E 3602.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 1


2.00 credits. The first in a two-course series designed to allow students to explore in depth an area of interest and to complete a project of significance to the profession of occupational therapy. Projects will be clinical, service and/or research based. In this course, students will do a comprehensive review of relevant literature and will develop a proposal describing all project elements. *Corequisite: OT 551. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32792OT 510 - -OT - -AADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISIONWaltermire-Burton, DeborahOpen1/25M (09:30am-12:30pm) N 1274.00

ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles of management in the provision of occupational therapy services. Focus is on developing skills in program planning and evaluation; administration and management of occupational therapy departments and multidisciplinary programs and community agencies; and occupational therapy consultation with individuals and organizations. Topics include quality improvement, financial management, personnel management, leadership and team building. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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32793OT 528 - -OT - -AADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample, KerriOpen1/16W (02:00pm-03:30pm) E 2703.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 528 - -OT - -ALAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IF (09:30am-10:50am) E 362
OT 528 - -OT - -BLEC - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IW (02:00pm-03:30pm) E 270
OT 528 - -OT - -BLAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 362
32795OT 528 - -OT - -CADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IHample, KerriOpen1/16W (02:00pm-03:30pm) E 2703.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING I


3.00 credits. Students use advanced clinical reasoning to analyze a variety of complex cases from diverse populations and cultures. Students will synthesize procedural, interpersonal, environmental, pragmatic and cultural issues. Emphasis is given to advanced concepts and theories within the context of the students' accumulated knowledge and previous fieldwork experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 528 - -OT - -CLAB - ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 362
32796OT 541 - -OT - -AACUTE CARE AND REHABILITATION ELECTIVEGrimaud, ThetaOpen5/20W (05:00pm-08:00pm) E 3624.00

ACUTE CARE AND REHABILITATION ELECTIVE


4.00 credits. This course emphasizes the practice skills and knowledge essential to practicing in medical model acute and rehabilitation areas with applications to both adult and pediatric populations. Students will explore advanced study in technology, documentation and treatments of these traditional medical model practice venues. Advanced splint construction, hand therapy, physical agents/modalities, and other acute issues models will be studied. Case studies apply traditional occupational therapy practice to individuals with physical disabilities. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 15.00

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32797OT 543 - -OT - -ATOPICS IN GERONTOLOGY ELECTIVENornhold, TracyOpen6/20H (05:00pm-08:00pm) E 3624.00

TOPICS IN GERONTOLOGY ELECTIVE


4.00 credits. This course enables students to gain content knowledge and expertise in the practice area of interest. This elective emphasizes geriatric occupations, wellness and clinical practice. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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33146OT 547 - -OT - -ATOPICS IN PEDIATRICS ELECTIVEMahler, KellyOpen1/18H (09:30am-12:30pm) H 1074.00

TOPICS IN PEDIATRICS ELECTIVE


4.00 credits. Students will advance their understanding of childhood occupations, family systems, and pediatric models of practice. Since pediatric practice involves a sophisticated balance of conditional, pragmatic, narrative, interactive, procedural, and ethical clinical reasoning; a case-based approach to learning will be a primary mode of teaching. Specific topics addressed in this course are guided by student interest and faculty expertise. Experiential learning in community settings may also be used to support the students’ learning. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32799OT 551 - -OT - -ARESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Salvadia, AngelaOpen5/20H (01:30pm-04:30pm) YC CLSRM3.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
32800OT 551 - -OT - -BRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Salvadia, AngelaOpen4/20F (09:00am-12:00pm) E 3603.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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32801OT 551 - -OT - -CRESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2Salvadia, AngelaOpen5/20F (01:00pm-04:00pm) E 3603.00

RESEARCH II: DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR PRACTICE, PART 2


3.00 credits. Students are provided the opportunity to apply research concepts and knowledge to occupational therapy practice issues, and design and implement beginning-level research studies. Entry-level research experience that will empower students with the foundational skills necessary to engage in professional research is provided. *Corequisite: OT 501. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33239OT 555 - -OT - -APUBLICATION AND GRANT WRITING SEMINARSteadman, NancyOpen3/25W (08:00am-11:00am) E 3604.00

PUBLICATION AND GRANT WRITING SEMINAR


4.00 credits. Students’ skills in professional writing are developed to write professionally for target audiences by tailoring content and form to specifically stated guidelines (e.g. grant proposals, program evaluations, manuscripts for publication, and Representative Assembly resolutions). *Corequisite: OT 502. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33442OT 590 - -OT - -AGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWaltermire-Burton, DeborahOpen7/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33443OT 590 - -OT - -BGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample, KerriOpen3/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33444OT 590 - -OT - -CGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMAchenbach, ChristineOpen6/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
33445OT 590 - -OT - -DGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMSteadman, NancyOpen7/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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33446OT 590 - -OT - -EGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMDennehy, TerriOpen4/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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33447OT 590 - -OT - -FGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHumbert, TameraOpen4/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33448OT 590 - -OT - -GGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMPanchik, DanielOpen5/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33449OT 590 - -OT - -HGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMPotter, Ann MarieOpen4/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33450OT 590 - -OT - -IGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMSalvadia, AngelaOpen7/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33451OT 590 - -OT - -JGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample, KerriOpen7/10By Arrangement0.00

GRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUM


0.00 credit. This is a non-credit bearing course designed to support the graduate student projects mentored by OT faculty and companion the graduate research sequence courses. The course provides a structure for a faculty-mentored graduate project that is inspired, planned, implemented, and then prepared for publication/ presentation. Specific projects will include: general overview of the problem, review of the literature, problem statement, methodological design that supports research questions, aggregation and summary of data, comparison of research with other studies, and a critical analysis of the research conducted. Students will have a variety of research topics from which to choose based on faculty area of clinical expertise and scholarly endeavors. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation and corequisite: OT 501 and 551 in the fall and OT 502 in the spring. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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33472OT 592 - -OT - -ALEVEL II FIELDWORK: PHYSICAL REHABILITATIONAchenbach, ChristineOpen23/24By Arrangement0.00

LEVEL II FIELDWORK: PHYSICAL REHABILITATION


0.00 credit. Twelve weeks of Level II Fieldwork experience in the area of physical rehabilitation. To be eligible to sit for the national certification examination, the student must achieve at least the minimum passing scores on the AOTA Fieldwork Evaluation. Further information on Level II Fieldwork is in the Department Student Manual and the Level II Fieldwork Student Manual. *Prerequisites: B.S. in Health and Occupation. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Summer or fall semester. *Note: Effective with the matriculating class of 2014, this course will carry 6.00 credits.




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33474OT 594 - -OT - -AGRADUATE INTERNSHIPAchenbach, ChristineOpen22/24By Arrangement4.00

GRADUATE INTERNSHIP


Variable (2.00 to 4.00) credits. A supplemental fieldwork experience that is intended to provide opportunities for clinical development to cover the breadth of field experiences that the student should have for entry-level positions. This fieldwork is intended to be more intensive than a Level I fieldwork but not as comprehensive as Level II. A minimum time would be two weeks, but it is likely that the sites serving more involved clients will require a minimum of three weeks of full-time fieldwork to reach the target competency level. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Register by Instructor. Offered as needed. This course is repeatable for credit provided it occurs in a different setting.




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PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES
32625PCS160 - -9HUM-C-AHUM CONFLICT DYNAMICS AND TRANSFORMATIONRudy, JonathanOpen7/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1274.00

HUM CONFLICT DYNAMICS AND TRANSFORMATION


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) Conflict, a normal part of human interaction, presents a choice to respond with violence or transformation. This course will explore the nature of human conflict and dynamics looking at the effects of violence and tools to analyze conflict in order to design appropriate interventions within international, national and local contexts. In addition, emphasis will be placed on basic skills required for non-adversarial conflict resolution through simulated facilitation and mediation role plays.




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32626PCS165 - -9HUM-C-AHUM PEACE, WAR, AND NONVIOLENCELong, MichaelOpen11/35TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 3704.00

HUM PEACE, WAR, AND NONVIOLENCE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This survey introduces key concepts and issues in the study of peace and war. The course explores substantive meanings of peace and war, the reasons for war, and the attempts to build both negative and positive peace. The course grants sustained attention to the pacifist tradition and historical tactics of nonviolent resistance.




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32627PCS165 - -9HUM-C-BHUM PEACE, WAR, AND NONVIOLENCELong, MichaelOpen1/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 3804.00

HUM PEACE, WAR, AND NONVIOLENCE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This survey introduces key concepts and issues in the study of peace and war. The course explores substantive meanings of peace and war, the reasons for war, and the attempts to build both negative and positive peace. The course grants sustained attention to the pacifist tradition and historical tactics of nonviolent resistance.




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32389PCS331 - -PCS - -APEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (INT 331)Strikwerda, CarlOpen20/20M (07:00pm-09:30pm) N 2304.00

PEACE AND WAR IN A GLOBAL WORLD (INT 331)


4.00 credits. Students will learn essentials about the history of war and peacemaking since 1500, as well as key concepts such as the military revolution, just war, non-violence, the liberal or democratic peace, the Kantian triad, and the Confucian and Westphalia international relations systems.




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32628PCS465 - -PCS - -ADIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIESLong, MichaelOpen3/5By Arrangement4.00

DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES


4.00 credits. This course is a capstone seminar designed to integrate previous course work and produce a major research project. *Prerequisites: all other requirements for the Peace and Conflict Studies minor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY, AND LEGAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
32934PH 105 - -4WCH-C-AWCH INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHYPoole, AlexandriaOpen12/35TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2074.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A historical overview and a topical introduction to the Western philosophical tradition, the course concentrates on the most fundamental existential questions that confront us, and examines some of the great Western philosophers' answers to these questions throughout history. Great historical figures in Western philosophy such as Plato, Aquinas, Descartes and Hume are covered. Course topics and questions include: philosophy of religion, epistemology, metaphysics and ethics.




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32950PH 105 - -4WCH-C-BWCH INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHYPoole, AlexandriaOpen1/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2074.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A historical overview and a topical introduction to the Western philosophical tradition, the course concentrates on the most fundamental existential questions that confront us, and examines some of the great Western philosophers' answers to these questions throughout history. Great historical figures in Western philosophy such as Plato, Aquinas, Descartes and Hume are covered. Course topics and questions include: philosophy of religion, epistemology, metaphysics and ethics.




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32936PH 115 - -9HUM-C-AHUM ETHICSRicci, GabrielOpen4/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 1014.00

HUM ETHICS


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) A study of the nature, origin and development of ethical theories from both a historical and contemporary perspective and their relevance to significant current moral dilemmas such as abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment and environmental issues. Special attention is given to the exploration of enduring moral concerns, such as moral realism versus relativism, egoism, altruism, the role of reason in ethics, and the nature of responsible moral decision making.




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32937PH 239 - -4WCH-C-AWCH PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF PHYSICSStaff, NoCancelled20/204.00

WCH PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF PHYSICS


4.00 credits. The aim of this course is to explore the relationship between philosophy and physics, with a focus on selected issues in the history and philosophy of modern physics. That is, this is a history of ideas course that focuses on theoretical physics from its inception to the present. In the first part we focus on the philosophy of space and time. In the second part, we focus on scientific revolutions and physical reality: what happens when a scientific revolution occurs, such as in the passage from Newtonian mechanics to Einstein’s relativity theory? *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32938PH 255B- -PPL - -AADVANCED ETHICS: MEDICINEDanneker, DavidOpen25/35TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2074.00

ADVANCED ETHICS: MEDICINE


4.00 credits. Medical Ethics is part of a four-course sequence in Applied Ethics. In each course, a theoretical foundation for ethical discourse within the respective field is established. This course then proceeds to a detailed treatment of central ethical dilemmas in the actual practice of medicine.




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32939PH 290 - -PPL - -AINTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCEStaff, NoCancelled35/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2324.00

INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE SCIENCE


4.00 credits. Cognitive science is an interdisciplinary science that integrates elements of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and computer science into a unified field of study. Cognitive learning, consciousness and emotion from each of these perspectives, ranging from abstract and formal theories at one end to well-defined empirical research and computer modeling at the other. As a required course for the Cognitive Science Minor, Introduction to Cognitive Science provides exposure to a variety of disciplines, with particular focus on how they cooperate to study human thought, experience and behavior. Fall semester.




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32953PH 355 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY ETHICS (PP 555)Ricci, GabrielOpen15/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) MU 2324.00

PUBLIC POLICY ETHICS (PP 555)


4.00 credits. This course explores how ethics, morality, religion, and culture influence the policy making process. Students learn to apply principles of moral reasoning to contemporary policy debates. Fall semester.




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32940PH 462 - -PPL - -AFILM STUDIES CAPSTONE COURSEStaff, NoCancelled25/254.00

FILM STUDIES CAPSTONE COURSE


4.00 credits. An analysis of selected perennial issues in philosophy through the media of film and literature. Areas of investigation will include: the nature of Self and Reality, the nature of Knowledge, as well as issues in moral and political philosophy. *Prerequisites: COM 261 and a minimum of 16 earned credits in the minor or permission of instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




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33371PH 490 - -PPL - -ASENIOR THESIS IN PHILOSOPHYPoole, AlexandriaOpen5/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR THESIS IN PHILOSOPHY


4.00 credits. An individualized study project involving research of a topic and the preparation of a major paper. The paper is presented orally to the Philosophy Department staff and interested persons. This is normally done during the senior year. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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32941PP 520 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH I: RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSISPasewicz, GlennOpen14/19H (06:30pm-09:20pm) N 2344.00

PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH I: RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. This course provides students with an understanding of the various methodological approaches used to analyze public policy. Students learn to collect, analyze, and organize data in order to inform public policy debates. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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32952PP 555 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY ETHICS (PH 355)Ricci, GabrielOpen9/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) MU 2324.00

PUBLIC POLICY ETHICS (PH 355)


4.00 credits. This course explores how ethics, morality, religion, and culture influence the policy making process. Students learn to apply principles of moral reasoning to contemporary policy debates. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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32957PP 563 - -PPL - -AAMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PS 363)McClellan, E. FletcherOpen4/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2304.00

AMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PS 363)


4.00 credits. An examination of the development and impact of selected public policies in health care, welfare, education, energy, and the environment. Students will conduct policy analyses, making use of information resources in the Harrisburg area. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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32943PP 570 - -PPL - -AHOW HEALTH POLICY BECOMES LAW (PS 370)Malpezzi, DonnaOpen24/24TH (05:00pm-06:15pm) N 2014.00

HOW HEALTH POLICY BECOMES LAW (PS 370)


4.00 credits. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the various aspects of health policy, related legal analysis and the development of legislation for application in real-world settings. The objective is to understand the scope of health policy issues, learn how to prepare useful analytic information on those topics and apply those substantive facts to the drafting of laws in a political environment. The student will be expected to use analytical and critical thinking based on key principles that guide policy analysis, and in the process, obtain practical experience in applying those principles to realistic policy problems. Several different health policy problems will be examined in depth jointly through class discussion and individually through assignments to assess the importance and causes of these problems, develop alternative approaches for addressing them, evaluate the impacts of those alternatives and grapple with the complex and often conflicting considerations involved in making recommendations for action. Effective written and oral communications are essential skills for any type of policy analyst. The ability to clearly and convincingly convey the results of an analysis to a decision-maker can make the difference between whether an analysis has an impact on policy or is ignored. Poor grammar, confusing style and typographical errors in written materials can do as much or more to reduce the credibility of an analysis as inaccuracies in calculation or improper use of quantitative methodologies. Consequently, in the assignments in the course, as well as exams, you will be expected to produce well-written memoranda and other materials. A significant portion of the grade for each assignment will be based on the quality of your writing and the thoroughness of your proofreading, and reduced grades will be given to assignments that are difficult to understand or have been poorly proofread. Register by Instructor.




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33073PP 570 - -PPL - -BMULTINATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY IN THE ARCTICWheelersburg, RobertOpen34/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2324.00

MULTINATIONAL PUBLIC POLICY IN THE ARCTIC


4.00 credits. This course examines the Arctic from the perspectives of international relations and geography (both physical and cultural), with special focus on evolving public policy due to global climate change. It will analyze special features of public policy involving unity and dissent among organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), as well as different nations' Arctic strategies, both members and non-members of the Arctic Council. Reference will be made to former colonial areas undergoing evolution to home rule and autonomous zones in peripheral areas following WWII like Nunavut (Canada), Greenland (Denmark), and Iceland, focusing on indigenous rights involving non-governmental organizations (NGO's) such as the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) and the Saami Parliament. Special attention will be paid to how individuals and groups shape and dperform local, national, and gender identities in public discourse, representation and everyday life. A wide range of policies will be studied in relation to practical exercise addressing future security policies of the Arctic Eight (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the U.S.), looking into the future after the polar ice cap melts, opening up new trans-Arctic shipping routes between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, exposing formerly submerged resources like natural gas deposits, and facing the challenges presented by rouge, non-Arctic states (e.g. China), criminals and terrorists. Register by Instructor.




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33525PP 572 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIPKelly Woessner, AprilOpen9/10By Arrangement4.00

PUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIP


Variable credit. This course provides Masters in Public Policy students with applied field instruction in public policy. Students will integrate knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting; gain understanding of the policy-making process and problems of plicy implementation in a real-world setting; work/job shadow in the public policy arena to critically examine aptitude for a career in public policy. This course is repeatable for credits up to 8 credits. Additional credits count as free electives. Register by Instructor.




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33362PP 698 - -PPL - -AMASTER'S THESIS IKelly Woessner, AprilOpen16/20By Arrangement4.00

MASTER'S THESIS I


4.00 credits. Students work closely with a faculty advisor and two committee members to develop a plan for a comprehensive policy analysis project. Students present and defend a 12-15 page prospectus, which lays the groundwork for the Master's Thesis. *Prerequisite(s): PP 521. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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32944PS 111 - -7SSC-C-ASSC AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENTKopko, KyleOpen18/35WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2104.00

SSC AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Students are introduced to the social sciences through analysis of how the American political system works and the factors that shape American political behavior. In particular, students will examine American political ideals, the U.S. Constitution, federalism, and civil rights and liberties; the media, public opinion, political organizations and elections; and the presidency, bureaucracy, Congress and the Courts. Throughout, students will think critically about the origins and structure of Americans’ beliefs about politics, and about how American law and public policy are made.




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32945PS 150 - -5NCH-C-ANCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICSChen, DanOpen7/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2104.00

NCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A comparison and contrast of the political systems of selected foreign nations, emphasizing the historical development of party systems, political cultures and executive-legislative relations. Spring semester.




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32946PS 150 - -5NCH-C-BNCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICSChen, DanOpen12/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2104.00

NCH INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A comparison and contrast of the political systems of selected foreign nations, emphasizing the historical development of party systems, political cultures and executive-legislative relations. Spring semester.




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32649PS 211 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY 211)Kelly Woessner, AprilOpen1/20MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2064.00

SSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY 211)


4.00 credits. (Social Science Core Course) This interdisciplinary course explores the intersection between political science and psychology. It introduces students to psychological theories and research findings in order to explain what people think, feel and do about contemporary political issues. Specifically, the course draws on psychological concepts regarding motivation, personality, cognition, attribution, emotion and identity to examine mass political behavior and public opinion. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32947PS 301 - -PPL - -AMOCK TRIAL IJacobs, TannerOpen5/15M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2012.00

MOCK TRIAL I


2.00 credits. To prepare and conduct a criminal jury trial in the American Mock Trial Association regional and national competition. *May only be taken once for credit. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




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32948PS 301 - -PPL - -BMOCK TRIAL IJacobs, TannerOpen8/15M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2010.00

MOCK TRIAL I


2.00 credits. To prepare and conduct a criminal jury trial in the American Mock Trial Association regional and national competition. *May only be taken once for credit. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




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32958PS 313 - -PPL - -ATHE AMERICAN PRESIDENCYMcClellan, E. FletcherOpen26/35MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2074.00

THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY


4.00 credits. An examination of the development of the modern presidency as institution, symbol and policymaker. Topics to be covered include the nature of presidential power, the institutional presidency, relations with the public and governmental institutions in the United States, and policy leadership in foreign and domestic affairs. *Prerequisite: PS 111.




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32956PS 363 - -PPL - -AAMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PP 563)McClellan, E. FletcherOpen12/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2304.00

AMERICAN DOMESTIC POLICY (PP 563)


4.00 credits. An examination of the development and impact of selected public policies in health care, welfare, education, energy, and the environment. Students will conduct policy analyses, making use of information resources in the Harrisburg area. Fall semester.




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32942PS 370 - -PPL - -AHOW HEALTH POLICY BECOMES LAW (PP 570)Malpezzi, DonnaOpen15/24TH (05:00pm-06:15pm) N 2014.00

HOW HEALTH POLICY BECOMES LAW (PP 570)


4.00 credits. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the various aspects of health policy, related legal analysis and the development of legislation for application in real-world settings. The objective is to understand the scope of health policy issues, learn how to prepare useful analytic information on those topics and apply those substantive facts to the drafting of laws in a political environment. The student will be expected to use analytical and critical thinking based on key principles that guide policy analysis, and in the process, obtain practical experience in applying those principles to realistic policy problems. Several different health policy problems will be examined in depth jointly through class discussion and individually through assignments to assess the importance and causes of these problems, develop alternative approaches for addressing them, evaluate the impacts of those alternatives and grapple with the complex and often conflicting considerations involved in making recommendations for action. Effective written and oral communications are essential skills for any type of policy analyst. The ability to clearly and convincingly convey the results of an analysis to a decision-maker can make the difference between whether an analysis has an impact on policy or is ignored. Poor grammar, confusing style and typographical errors in written materials can do as much or more to reduce the credibility of an analysis as inaccuracies in calculation or improper use of quantitative methodologies. Consequently, in the assignments in the course, as well as exams, you will be expected to produce well-written memoranda and other materials. A significant portion of the grade for each assignment will be based on the quality of your writing and the thoroughness of your proofreading, and reduced grades will be given to assignments that are difficult to understand or have been poorly proofread.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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33074PS 370 - -PPL - -BPEOPLES AND CULTURES OF THE ARCTICWheelersburg, RobertOpen32/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2324.00

PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF THE ARCTIC


4.00 credits. This course examines the Arctic from the perspectives of international relations and geography (both physical and cultural), with special focus on evolving public policy due to global climate change. It will analyze special features of public policy involving unity and dissent among organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), as well as different nations' Arctic strategies, both members and non-members of the Arctic Council. Reference will be made to former colonial areas undergoing evolution to home rule and autonomous zones in peripheral areas following WWII like Nunavut (Canada), Greenland (Denmark), and Iceland, focusing on indigenous rights involving non-governmental organizations (NGO's) such as the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) and the Saami Parliament. Special attention will be paid to how individuals and groups shape and dperform local, national, and gender identities in public discourse, representation and everyday life. A wide range of policies will be studied in relation to practical exercise addressing future security policies of the Arctic Eight (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the U.S.), looking into the future after the polar ice cap melts, opening up new trans-Arctic shipping routes between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, exposing formerly submerged resources like natural gas deposits, and facing the challenges presented by rouge, non-Arctic states (e.g. China), criminals and terrorists. Register by Instructor.




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32955PS 371 - -PPL - -ACHINESE POLITICSChen, DanOpen12/24TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2034.00

CHINESE POLITICS


4.00 credits. This course is designed to help students understand and analyze unfolding events in Chinese politics through a survey of political and social issues in China. It examines the following topics: China’s political institutions, the role of charismatic leaders, the Communist Party, ethnic minorities, urban workers, the media, transformation of the countryside and the central and local government relations. The primary goal of this course is to introduce students to the major themes, debates, and puzzles in the study of Chinese politics. Throughout the course, students will develop informed and coherent arguments on relevant topics through discussions, debates, documentaries, and research.




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33460PS 479 - -PPL - -ACAPITAL SEMESTER INTERNSHIPKelly Woessner, AprilOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

CAPITAL SEMESTER INTERNSHIP


Variable credit. Applied field experience in politics and public administration for state or local government agencies, the state legislature and private political organizations. Normally, four credits are given to internships contracted for two regular office-hour days a week. Full-time internships receive eight hours of credit. *Prerequisites: PS 361, junior or senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor.




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32949PS 498 - -PPL - -ASENIOR SEMINAR IN POLITICAL SCIENCEMcClellan, E. FletcherOpen5/20T (06:30pm-09:45pm) N 2014.00

SENIOR SEMINAR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


4.00 credits. An integrative, capstone course in political science, in which significant controversies in political theory and practice will be discussed and analyzed. Course requirements include a major research project and the ETS Major Field Test in Political Science. *Prerequisite: senior status, or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Fall semester.




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PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
32642PSY105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYDalton, ElizabethClosed0/35TH (08:00am-09:15am) E 2704.00

SSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester.




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32643PSY105 - -7SSC-C-BSSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYDalton, ElizabethOpen5/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) E 2704.00

SSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester.




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32644PSY105 - -7SSC-C-CSSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYPretz, JeanOpen4/35MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 1274.00

SSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester.




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32645PSY105 - -7SSC-C-DSSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYMacFarlane, IanOpen16/35MWF (02:00pm-02:50pm) E 3804.00

SSC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to psychological science, including methods of inquiry, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, neuroscience and personality. Offered every semester.




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32646PSY111 - -6NPS-C-ANPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEMaswood, SyedaClosed0/35MF (11:00am-12:15pm) E 2704.00

NPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A survey of the biological basis of psychological processes, including neurons and brain organization, motor control, higher cortical functions and dysfunctions in order to provide an integrated understanding of the brain and behavior. Recovery from brain damage, emotion, language, mood disorders, schizophrenia and additional related topics also are covered. Offered every semester.




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32647PSY111 - -6NPS-C-BNPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEMaswood, SyedaClosed0/35MF (12:30pm-01:45pm) E 2704.00

NPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A survey of the biological basis of psychological processes, including neurons and brain organization, motor control, higher cortical functions and dysfunctions in order to provide an integrated understanding of the brain and behavior. Recovery from brain damage, emotion, language, mood disorders, schizophrenia and additional related topics also are covered. Offered every semester.




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32648PSY211 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PS 211)Kelly Woessner, AprilOpen13/20MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2064.00

SSC POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PS 211)


4.00 credits. (Social Science Core Course) This interdisciplinary course explores the intersection between political science and psychology. It introduces students to psychological theories and research findings in order to explain what people think, feel and do about contemporary political issues. Specifically, the course draws on psychological concepts regarding motivation, personality, cognition, attribution, emotion and identity to examine mass political behavior and public opinion. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32650PSY213 - -PC - -APSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICSSmith, T. EvanClosed0/20MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2084.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICS


4.00 credits. Analysis of experimental and correlational research. Students will learn how to use SPSS for data analysis. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Students must achieve an average of a C- or better for PSY 213 and PSY 218 to continue in the major. Fall semester.




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32651PSY213 - -PC - -BPSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICSSmith, T. EvanOpen1/18MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2084.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICS


4.00 credits. Analysis of experimental and correlational research. Students will learn how to use SPSS for data analysis. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Students must achieve an average of a C- or better for PSY 213 and PSY 218 to continue in the major. Fall semester.




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32660PSY221 - -PC - -AABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGYMacFarlane, IanOpen1/35MWF (09:30am-10:20am) E 2704.00

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. A study of mental disorders including schizophrenia, depression, substance abuse, anxiety and psychosexual disorders. To better understand mental illness, students will apply this knowledge to case studies, read first person accounts of mental illness, hear several guest speakers talk about mental illness, and visit a mental hospital. *Prerequisite: PSY 105. Offered annually.




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32653PSY227 - -PC - -AADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGINGSmith, T. EvanOpen9/25MW (09:30am-10:45am) E 3804.00

ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING


4.00 credits. This course examines human development from emerging adulthood through old age. The fundamental principles of aging will be explored as well as more detailed information about biological, cognitive, social and emotional changes. The ever-changing nature of human experience will be considered with an emphasis on understanding cultural and environmental influences on the aging process. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Students who complete PSY 225 may not enroll in PSY 226 or PSY 227. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Offered annually.




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33020PSY231 - -PC - -AHEALTH PSYCHOLOGYDalton, ElizabethClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) E 2704.00

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. This course will provide an overview of an introduction to the field of health psychology, which examines the bidirectional relationship between physical and mental health. We will use lectures, class discussions, individual and group projects, and readings to explore topics such as the impact of social support on coping with chronic illness, how best to promote healthy eating and exercise, and the effects of stress on health. *Prerequisites: PSY 105. Fall semester.




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32654PSY235 - -PC - -ASOCIAL PSYCHOLOGYStaff, Open22/35WF (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2074.00

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. Survey of issues, theories and methods in understanding the processes by which social life constitutes, influences and is composed of the thoughts, feelings and behavior of human beings. Topics include social explanation, social cognition and attribution, the dynamics of self, social influence, persuasion, aggression, innovation, interpersonal communication, relationships and environmental transaction. Students will conduct case studies and analysis. *Prerequisite: PSY 105. Offered annually.




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32655PSY241 - -PC - -ASENSATION AND PERCEPTIONLemley, CatherineClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) H 2154.00

SENSATION AND PERCEPTION


4.00 credits. This course investigates how we construct a conception of physical reality from sensory experience. Through lectures, in-class demonstrations and discussions, we will examine how environmental information gets to humans through our visual, auditory, cutaneous, olfactory and gustatory senses and how this information is interpreted by the brain so that we have a conscious experience of our environment. *Prerequisite: PSY 105 or 111. Offered annually.




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32661PSY321 - -PC - -ATHEORIES OF PERSONALITYStaff, Open9/25WF (09:30am-10:45am) N 1274.00

THEORIES OF PERSONALITY


4.00 credits. A critical examination of major theories and perspectives on human personality. Addresses historical and cultural issues, empirical evaluation, and the difficulties of formulating an integrated understanding. Emphasizes the pursuit of personal development, human freedom and clinical application. Theories include evolutionary, psychoanalytic, social-cognition, dispositional, motivational, ego-development and narrative. Includes studio work. *Prerequisites: PSY 105 and junior status, or permission of the instructor. Offered annually.




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32656PSY341 - -PC - -ACOGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGYLemley, CatherineClosed0/25TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2044.00

COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. A study of current theory and research on cognitive processes including how we perceive, attend, think, remember, make decisions, solve problems, and use language. Coverage will include applications of cognitive psychology to everyday life and to other disciplines. *Prerequisites: PSY 105 and junior status, or permission of the instructor. Offered annually.




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32662PSY402 - -PC - -AHISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGYDennis, PaulOpen4/24WF (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2034.00

HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. An overview of the history of psychological thought, including its philosophical grounding, and the mergence of theoretical systems such as structuralism, functionalism, behaviorism, depth psychology, and the contemporary cognitive sciences. Attention will be given both to the modern historical and social shaping of psychology, and its deeper roots in human history and culture, including its changing scientific subject matters and methodologies, and the sociocultural, ideological, and political forces behind its sometimes controversial and problematic directions. Capstone course for Psychology majors. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.*Prerequisite(s): PSY 105 and senior status. Offered annually.




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32657PSY413 - -PC - -ARESEARCH IN PERCEPTIONLemley, CatherineClosed0/12TH (11:00am-12:15pm) E 260H4.00

RESEARCH IN PERCEPTION


4.00 credits. A study of the theories and empirical findings in the area of perceptual functioning with emphasis on visual processing. Students will conduct an original research project. *Prerequisites: PSY 213, 218, and 241, and senior status or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




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32658PSY414 - -PC - -ARESEARCH IN COGNITIONPretz, JeanOpen1/13MW (09:30am-10:45am) E 260H4.00

RESEARCH IN COGNITION


4.00 credits. A seminar on higher cognition. Students will read original empirical research papers and discuss conceptual, methodological, and practical issues in the field. Students will conduct an original research project. *Prerequisites: PSY 213, 218, and 314, and senior status or permission of the instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Fall semester.




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32659PSY475 - -PC - -AFIELD STUDYMacFarlane, IanOpen4/10W (03:30pm-04:45pm) E 2804.00

FIELD STUDY


4.00 credits. Supervised training and experience in a professional setting related to psychology, generally for two afternoons a week, plus meetings with the instructor. Placement depends on student interest and goals, and availability of professional setting. *Prerequisites: PSY 105 (PSY 221 and 401 for students interested in a mental health setting). Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




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33394PSY490 - -PC - -ARESEARCH PRACTICUMLemley, CatherineOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

RESEARCH PRACTICUM


Variable credit. Research in psychology under the close supervision of a faculty member. Topics for research are chosen in an area of interest to both persons. *Prerequisites: PSY 213 and 218. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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RELIGIOUS STUDIES DEPARTMENT
32639HRE225 - -5NCH-H-AHNR NCH HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTBucher, ChristinaClosed0/15MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2034.00

HNR NCH HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EAST


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course - Honors) An introduction to the Hebrew Bible with emphasis on its ancient Near Eastern context. Readings will include myths, stories, laws, hymns, poetry and wisdom texts from Egypt, Babylonia and Ugarit, in addition to selected readings from the Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament). Honors students only. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32630REL101 - -4WCH-C-AWCH SIGNIFYING RELIGION: AN AFRICAN AMERICAN WORLDVIEWNewton, RichardOpen24/35TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2284.00

WCH SIGNIFYING RELIGION: AN AFRICAN AMERICAN WORLDVIEW


4.00 credits. As a historically marginalized people, African Americans frequently find their religious experiences discussed either too familiarly (e.g., “They are basically all Christians.”) or too abstractly (e.g., “They are so spiritual.”) by wider publics. But what if one were to begin the study of religion with the African American experiences? In this class, we will study the diversity of African American life in order to enrich our understanding of the category, ‘religion.”




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32635REL217 - -2PLO-C-APLO SANSKRIT ILong, JefferyOpen15/24MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2014.00

PLO SANSKRIT I


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) This course is an introduction to Sanskrit, designed to develop basic reading competence as well as a general knowledge of grammatical principles, an elementary vocabulary, and a sense of the relationship of the structure of the Sanskrit language to classical Indian culture and philosophy. This course, if completed successfully, can also serve as a basis for further study of Sanskrit and other South Asian languages (i.e. Hindi, Bengali, etc.). It can also serve as a basis for the study of other ancient languages (given its cultivation of skills common to the study of a variety of such languages–the mastery of an alphabet other than the Roman, classical grammatical terms, etc.). Offered as needed.




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33177REL225 - -5NCH-C-ANCH THE HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTBucher, ChristinaOpen2/20TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2014.00

NCH THE HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EAST


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An introduction to the Hebrew Bible with emphasis on its ancient Near Eastern context. Readings will include myths, stories, laws, hymns, poetry and wisdom texts from Egypt, Babylonia and Ugarit, in addition to selected readings from the Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament). *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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32633REL226 - -4WCH-C-AWCH THE NEW TESTAMENTBucher, ChristinaOpen16/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) N 2284.00

WCH THE NEW TESTAMENT


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An introduction to the literature of the New Testament, with emphasis on the first-century Mediterranean context.




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32637REL284 - -RE - -AANABAPTIST AND PIETIST MOVEMENTSBach, JeffreyOpen10/14TH (11:00am-12:15pm) W 2114.00

ANABAPTIST AND PIETIST MOVEMENTS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the major events, personalities, beliefs and cultural life of representative Anabaptist and Pietist movements. Primary focus will be given to the European origins and immigration to America of the Mennonites, Amish, Brethren and Moravians. Special attention will be given to the background of these movements in the Protestant Reformation, and their place within the wider Believer's Church, or Free Church, wing of European and American religious life.




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32631REL290 - -5NCH-C-ANCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKHLong, JefferyOpen3/35MWF (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2284.00

NCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKH


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course is an introduction to and overview of the four major religions, or dharma traditions, that originated in the Indian subcontinent: Vedic dharma (popularly known as Hinduism), Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. The course will examine the distinctive beliefs and practices of each tradition, while also emphasizing the common features, historical interactions, and close interconnections–both social and theological–among all four. Students who have received credit for either REL 291 OR REL 292 will receive 2.00 credits for the completion of this course. Students who have received credit for REL 291 AND REL 292 may not enroll in this course.




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32632REL293 - -RE - -AISLAMNewton, RichardOpen29/35MW (03:30pm-05:00pm) N 2284.00

ISLAM


4.00 credits. An introduction to the teachings, practices and history of Islam.




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32638REL344 - -RE - -ATHE NONVIOLENT ETHICS OF MLK, JR.Long, MichaelOpen8/25TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) E 3704.00

THE NONVIOLENT ETHICS OF MLK, JR.


4.00 credits. An introduction to the social ethics of Martin Luther King Jr., the course explores the sources, substantive content and evolution of King’s reflections on social institutions (the state and market), social actions (peacemaking and redistributing resources), social roles (prophet and politician), and moral character. King’s social ethics in relationship to his theological beliefs and personal practices are examined.




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32636REL494 - -RE - -ACAPSTONE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESNewton, RichardOpen8/12MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) W 2114.00

CAPSTONE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES


4.00 credits. Majors and minors will have the opportunity to engage with peers to reflect on their entire academic program of study of religion. Gathered around the theme of "religion in public life," seminar participants will develop a broad and clear view of the relevance and usefulness of religious studies for their future purposeful-life work and as citizens of a nation and of the world. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




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Signature Learning: Capstone

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SOCIAL WORK DEPARTMENT
32922SW 160 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONSHaffejee, BadiahOpen18/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2054.00

SSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An orientation to the sociological and social work approaches of examining social problems and the development of social welfare policies and programs to reduce their severity and extent. An understanding of both sociological and social work theories and the way in which these theories form the foundation for research, service and advocacy is emphasized. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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32923SW 160 - -7SSC-C-BSSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONSHaffejee, BadiahOpen19/35MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2054.00

SSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An orientation to the sociological and social work approaches of examining social problems and the development of social welfare policies and programs to reduce their severity and extent. An understanding of both sociological and social work theories and the way in which these theories form the foundation for research, service and advocacy is emphasized. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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32924SW 233 - -SW - -AHUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTRiley-Behringer, MaureenOpen5/25MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2054.00

HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT


4.00 credits. This course provides a study of the interrelationships of social systems, with particular emphasis upon the impact of the environment on human development throughout the life span. Special consideration is given to the influence of ethnicity, racism, sexism and ageism upon human behavior. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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32925SW 280 - -SW - -AMULTICULTURAL COUNSELING SKILLSDunlap, AndrewClosed0/25TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2054.00

MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING SKILLS


4.00 credits. Theories explaining human behavior and social interaction, in the context of social systems and social welfare, are discussed, analyzed and critically reviewed. Students learn about the cultural heritage of diverse groups, and about the need for equality and social and economic justice for all oppressed people. Students learn and role-play interpersonal relationships skills in a laboratory situation. Fifteen (15) hours of service-learning in a diverse setting is required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




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32926SW 330 - -SW - -AMETHODS OF SOCIAL WORK RESEARCHMapp, SusanOpen20/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2054.00

METHODS OF SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH


4.00 credits. A focus upon the basic elements of the scientific method providing an overview of research designs commonly used in social sciences, including techniques for gathering, analyzing and presenting data. *Prerequisites: SW 160, 233, or permission of the instructor. Fall semester.




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33065SW 360 - -SW - -AINTERNATIONAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTStaff, NoCancelled35/354.00

INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. The impact of the history, traditions, and beliefs of different non-Western cultures on the development of social issues will be examined. The history of the problem, its context and development with the culture, and attempts at resolution will be explored. Students will be able to understand why common issues assume different forms in different cultures.




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32927SW 367 - -SW - -AGENERALIST SW PRACTICE I: INDIVIDUALSDunlap, AndrewOpen22/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2054.00

GENERALIST SW PRACTICE I: INDIVIDUALS


4.00 credits. A focus on problem solving in generalist practice at the micro level (i.e., individuals) with diverse populations. A variety of interventions, assessment techniques and theories are studied in preparation for a required 40-hour supervised field experience. *Prerequisites: SW 160, 233, or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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33359SW 400 - -SW - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIAL WORKMapp, SusanOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIAL WORK


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. Students who are completing a senior research project may register for this course in the semester in which the project is completed. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. A maximum of four credit hours from SW 400 may count toward the degree. Additional credits count as free electives.Majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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32928SW 470 - -SW - -AFIELD INSTRUCTION IHaffejee, BadiahOpen7/10M (08:30am-09:20am) W 3046.00

FIELD INSTRUCTION I


6.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 200 hours in an agency. Student begins to assume responsibility with client systems in such ways as monitoring tasks, providing support, conducting group activities, and assisting the social worker with other professional responsibilities. A maximum of eighteen credit hours from Social Work 470-471 may count as social work electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: SW 380 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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32929SW 470 - -SW - -BFIELD INSTRUCTION IMapp, SusanOpen1/10M (08:30am-09:20am) W 2046.00

FIELD INSTRUCTION I


6.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 200 hours in an agency. Student begins to assume responsibility with client systems in such ways as monitoring tasks, providing support, conducting group activities, and assisting the social worker with other professional responsibilities. A maximum of eighteen credit hours from Social Work 470-471 may count as social work electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: SW 380 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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32930SW 470 - -SW - -CFIELD INSTRUCTION IRiley-Behringer, MaureenClosed0/10M (08:30am-09:20am) W 2116.00

FIELD INSTRUCTION I


6.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 200 hours in an agency. Student begins to assume responsibility with client systems in such ways as monitoring tasks, providing support, conducting group activities, and assisting the social worker with other professional responsibilities. A maximum of eighteen credit hours from Social Work 470-471 may count as social work electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: SW 380 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY DEPARTMENT
32979AN 111 - -5NCH-C-ANCH UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURESWheelersburg, RobertOpen2/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2074.00

NCH UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURES


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploratory survey of the peoples and cultures of the world with special emphasis upon four interrelated cultural systems: economy, technology, social organization and ideology.




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32980AN 201 - -6NPS-C-ANPS PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYNewell, ElizabethOpen1/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2024.00

NPS PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) Introductory examination of humans and their biological history within the scientific framework of evolution by natural selection. The study of genetics, modern primates, the human fossil record and early cultural attainments provides a context in which to understand our place in the continuum of nature.




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32988AN 306 - -SO - -AINDIANS OF NORTH AMERICAWheelersburg, RobertOpen15/24WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2124.00

INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA


4.00 credits. A selective survey of Native American groups, past and present, with particular attention given to their historical background, modern lifestyle development, and contemporary social problems.




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32991AN 342 - -SO - -APRIMATES (BIO342)Newell, ElizabethClosed0/17TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2014.00

PRIMATES (BIO342)


4.00 credits. This course is a survey of the Order Primates using current taxonomic relationships to organize the content and sequence of topics. Through an examination of the morphological characteristics, distribution, adaptation, and behaviors of non-human primates, this course will provide a context within which we can understand our unique place in the continuum of nature. Selected topics such as social organization, reproduction and development, communication, cognition, and conservation will be coupled with the taxonomic survey.




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32992AN 343 - -SO - -AHUMAN ORIGINS (BIO 343)Newell, ElizabethOpen9/16WF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2064.00

HUMAN ORIGINS (BIO 343)


4.00 credits. Human Origins will examine the fossil, molecular, and archaeological record of human evolution providing a comprehensive survey of our biological and behavioral changes from the earliest proposed hominins to modern Homo sapiens. Important topics to be covered include bipedalism, the changing ecology of the Plio-Pleistocene, tool use, hominin interactions with their changing environments, increased brain size and intelligence, social behaviors, symbolics behaviors such as language and art, and other significant bio-cultural adaptions.




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33072AN 370 - -SO - -APEOPLES AND CULTURES OF THE ARCTICWheelersburg, RobertOpen27/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2324.00

PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF THE ARCTIC


4.00 credits. This course examines the Arctic from the perspectives of international relations and geography (both physical and cultural), with special focus on evolving public policy due to global climate change. It will analyze special features of public policy involving unity and dissent among organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), as well as different nations' Arctic strategies, both members and non-members of the Arctic Council. Reference will be made to former colonial areas undergoing evolution to home rule and autonomous zones in peripheral areas following WWII like Nunavut (Canada), Greenland (Denmark), and Iceland, focusing on indigenous rights involving non-governmental organizations (NGO's) such as the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) and the Saami Parliament. Special attention will be paid to how individuals and groups shape and dperform local, national, and gender identities in public discourse, representation and everyday life. A wide range of policies will be studied in relation to practical exercise addressing future security policies of the Arctic Eight (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the U.S.), looking into the future after the polar ice cap melts, opening up new trans-Arctic shipping routes between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, exposing formerly submerged resources like natural gas deposits, and facing the challenges presented by rouge, non-Arctic states (e.g. China), criminals and terrorists. Register by Instructor




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33476AN 400 - -SO - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN ANTHROPOLOGYOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ANTHROPOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may be registered for this course. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite(s): Invitation to Honors in the Discipline program. See Department Chair for additional information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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32981SAN205 - -SO - -ASOCIAL THEORYKanagy, ConradOpen26/35TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2024.00

SOCIAL THEORY


4.00 credits. Examination and analysis of the development of the major classical and contemporary social theories with an emphasis on examining key concepts and how these have been applied in sociology and anthropology. *Prerequisites: SO 101 and AN 111.




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32982SAN330 - -SO - -ARESEARCH METHODSKozimor-King, Michele LeeOpen13/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2084.00

RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. Basic procedures of sociological research design, sampling, measurement and data analysis. *Prerequisite: SO 101. Fall semester.




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32983SAN405 - -SO - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGYNewell, ElizabethOpen25/35F (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2021.00

SENIOR SEMINAR FOR SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY


1.00 credit. The purpose of this one-credit course is to provide senior Sociology/Anthropology majors with skills and dispositions that will assist them in achieving their post-graduate plans. The course integrates concepts, principles, and practices from prior courses in Sociology and Anthropology, guiding students as they consolidate their understanding of the sociological and anthropological perspectives, and prepares them for a future in which they make a personally meaningful contribution to self and society. *Prerequisites: Senior status and officially declared major in Sociology/Anthropology. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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32984SO 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC DISCOVERING SOCIETYKanagy, ConradClosed12/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2024.00

SSC DISCOVERING SOCIETY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) An introduction to the sociological perspective to achieve an understanding of society and its impact on the individual through exploring social reality, processes and explanation.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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32985SO 204 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUESKozimor-King, Michele LeeClosed0/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2024.00

SSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUES


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) This course is designed to introduce students to the issues, both national and global, that relate to population trends, policies and the environment. Students should leave this course with a basic understanding of demographic methods and techniques; familiarization with the three components of population studies: fertility, mortality and migration; a general knowledge of population policy issues, and a heightened awareness of the interactions between the environment and human society. Emphasis shall be placed on the sociological perspective of population and environmental issues as well as the role of the individual student in population and environmental solutions.




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32986SO 215 - -SO - -ACRIMINOLOGYStaub, MeganOpen22/35MW (03:30pm-04:50pm) H 2154.00

CRIMINOLOGY


4.00 credits. Criminological approaches to explaining criminal behavior with an emphasis on criminological theories and methods.




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32987SO 342 - -SO - -AMODERN CORRECTIONSCook, ChristopherOpen13/24T (06:00pm-08:45pm) N 2044.00

MODERN CORRECTIONS


4.00 credits. Overview of the origins, processes, organization and contemporary trends of corrections for juveniles and adults, including problems and alternatives to current correctional policies.




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32989SO 352 - -SO - -AJUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICEStaff, Cancelled35/354.00

JUVENILE LAW AND JUSTICE


4.00 credits. An analysis of young offenders focusing on delinquency theory, juvenile law, and components and processes of the juvenile justice system.




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33519SO 400 - -SO - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGYKozimor-King, Michele LeeOpen4/5By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students who have been invited and accepted to participate in the Honors in the Discipline Program may be registered for this course. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. *Prerequisite(s): Invitation to Honors in the Discipline program. See Department Chair for additional information. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES
32998WGS105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SEX AND GENDER IN SOCIETYTaylor, KatherineOpen10/35M (06:00pm-09:00pm) N 2074.00

SSC SEX AND GENDER IN SOCIETY


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) Serving as an introduction to the fields of gender and women’s studies, this course is designed to help students understand the social construction of gender and its influence on women’s and men’s lives. The course addresses historical perspectives about women and gender, the structure of public and private institutions, and contemporary issues such as discrimination and harassment, health, and violence. Feminist theory and feminist research methods as well as broader social science methods of inquiry will be addressed. Offered every semester.




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