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38263BIO102 - -6NPS-C-ANPS HUMAN HEREDITY AND INHERITED DISEASESBurr COpen3/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) L 2514.00

NPS HUMAN HEREDITY AND INHERITED DISEASES


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) An overview of human heredity, providing the tools needed to make informed decisions on a variety of health-related issues with information on disease, medical technology, genetic engineering and biotechnology, and environmental factors affecting human health. As part of the laboratory, each student isolates copies of a small portion of his or her own mitochondrial DNA. Students work with international DNA databases to compare their DNA sequences to those from their classmates, from people around the world, and from ancient Neanderthal DNA, allowing them to observe evolution in a very personal way. *Corequisite: BIO 102L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3.




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BIO102 - -6NPS-C-ALAB - NPS HUMAN HEREDITY AND INHERITED DISEASESW (08:00am-10:50am) L 251
38229BIO103 - -6NPS-C-ANPS LIVING WITH THE ENVIRONMENTMurray TClosed0/20MWF (08:00am-08:50am) L 1514.00

NPS LIVING WITH THE ENVIRONMENT


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) A lecture/laboratory course that provides an overview of environmental science. Principles of environmental relationships and how living organisms play a role in those relationships and respond to changes in their environment are emphasized. Current problems with pollution, hazardous wastes, energy, and population growth are examined in relation to those environmental principles. *Corequisite: BIO 103L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




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BIO103 - -6NPS-C-ALAB - NPS LIVING WITH THE ENVIRONMENTW (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 151
38230BIO111 - -BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYSTEMSCavender JOpen13/24MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 1524.00

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.




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38231BIO111 -L-BI - -AMOLECULES, CELLS, & ANIMAL SYST LABCavender JOpen13/24W (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.




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38232BIO112 - -BI - -APRINCIPLES OF EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY, AND DIVERSITY OF LIFEBridge DOpen7/36MWF (12:30pm-01:20pm) E GAUD4.00

PRINCIPLES OF EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY, AND DIVERSITY OF LIFE


4.00 credits. In this class, you will learn about major ideas from evolutionary biology and ecology, together with information about organismal diversity. The concepts and information from class will allow you to explore a wide range of interesting questions, including questions with important applications for human health and for environmental sustainability. The overall goal for this class is to provide you with a set of ideas and information that you can use in other biology classes, in your professional work and volunteer work, as a citizen, and in making every day decisions. BIO 112L. 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.




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38233BIO112 - -BI - -BPRINCIPLES OF EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY, AND DIVERSITY OF LIFEBridge DClosed0/24MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 2534.00

PRINCIPLES OF EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY, AND DIVERSITY OF LIFE


4.00 credits. In this class, you will learn about major ideas from evolutionary biology and ecology, together with information about organismal diversity. The concepts and information from class will allow you to explore a wide range of interesting questions, including questions with important applications for human health and for environmental sustainability. The overall goal for this class is to provide you with a set of ideas and information that you can use in other biology classes, in your professional work and volunteer work, as a citizen, and in making every day decisions. BIO 112L. 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.




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38234BIO112 -L-BI - -APRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LABBowne DOpen3/20H (08:00am-10:50am) L 253

PRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LAB


Lab to accompany Introduction to Biological Sciences II. *Corequisite: BIO 112.




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38235BIO112 -L-BI - -BPRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LABBridge DOpen1/20H (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 253

PRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LAB


Lab to accompany Introduction to Biological Sciences II. *Corequisite: BIO 112.




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38236BIO112 -L-BI - -CPRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LABMurray TOpen3/20T (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 253

PRINC OF EVOL,ECOL,&DIV OF LIFE LAB


Lab to accompany Introduction to Biological Sciences II. *Corequisite: BIO 112.




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38261BIO200 - -6NPS-C-ANPS HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE BASICSGoldina AClosed0/20F (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2494.00

NPS HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE BASICS


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) This course is an overview of the structure and function of the human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems. Particular attention is given to dysfunction and diseases of the neuromuscular systems in populations commonly treated by music therapists. The laboratory will involve the observation of a prosected human cadaver, and small group work on experiments and a series of clinical case studies meant to reinforce anatomical and physiological principles discussed in lecture. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester, alternate years.




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BIO200 - -6NPS-C-ALEC - NPS HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE BASICSMW (09:30am-10:50am) L 250
38237BIO202 - -BI - -AHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IIMesa Cruz JOpen10/40MW (09:30am-10:50am) E GAUD4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II


4.00 credits. A continuation of BIO 201. The study of structure and function of the human circulatory, respiratory, excretory, digestive and reproductive systems. Emphasis on these systems as they relate to homeostasis and disease. Laboratory work involves cat dissection and "hands-on" manipulation of instruments useful to the health profession student. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: A grade of C- or above must be earned in BIO 201. *Corequisite: BIO 202L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




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38238BIO202 - -BI - -BHUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IIGoldina AClosed0/40TH (08:00am-09:20am) E GAUD4.00

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II


4.00 credits. A continuation of BIO 201. The study of structure and function of the human circulatory, respiratory, excretory, digestive and reproductive systems. Emphasis on these systems as they relate to homeostasis and disease. Laboratory work involves cat dissection and "hands-on" manipulation of instruments useful to the health profession student. Enrollment limited to occupational therapy, music therapy and allied health majors. *Prerequisite: A grade of C- or above must be earned in BIO 201. *Corequisite: BIO 202L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




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38239BIO202 -L-BI - -AANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LABBartlett HOpen8/18MF (09:30am-10:50am) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB


Lab that accompanies BIO 202 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 202.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38240BIO202 -L-BI - -BANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LABGoldina AClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB


Lab that accompanies BIO 202 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 202.




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38241BIO202 -L-BI - -CANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LABMesa Cruz JClosed0/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB


Lab that accompanies BIO 202 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 202.




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38242BIO202 -L-BI - -DANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LABBartlett HOpen6/18MF (11:00am-12:20pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB


Lab that accompanies BIO 202 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 202.




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38243BIO202 -L-BI - -EANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LABBartlett HOpen6/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) L 249

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB


Lab that accompanies BIO 202 lecture. *Corequisite: BIO 202.




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38244BIO212 - -BI - -ACELL BIOLOGYCavender JOpen12/24MWF (08:00am-08:50am) L 2503.00

CELL BIOLOGY


3.00 credits. Study of the cell from a molecular perspective and integrated approach. Morphological and physiological study of cells, cell mechanisms, and cell organelles are explained through understanding the interaction of biological molecules. Laboratory involves qualitative and quantitative investigations of cellular and molecular construction of enzymatic pathways through various extraction and analysis techniques. *Prerequisite: BIO 211 or permission of instructor. Hours: lecture 3. Spring semester.




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38245BIO212 -L-BI - -ACELL BIOLOGY LABORATORYCavender JOpen8/16T (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 250

CELL BIOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. Required for the Biotechnology major. The laboratory exercises demonstrate many of the important cell biology principles covered in the lecture course (BIO 212). *Corequisite: BIO 212. Hours: 3. Spring semester.




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38246BIO235 - -BI - -AGENERAL MICROBIOLOGYWohl DClosed0/24TH (08:00am-10:50am) L 1504.00

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY


4.00 credits. An introductory study of microbiology. This course will focus on the impact of microorganisms on our world through study of microbial evolution, as well as microbial structure & function, metabolism, and genetics. Laboratory gives practice in the isolation and identification of bacteria using a range of classical and molecular techniques. *Prerequisite: BIO 111, BIO 112 and CH 105 or CH 213, or permission of instructor. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




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38260BIO318 - -BI - -AMARINE BIOLOGYMurray TOpen4/18MWF (09:30am-10:20am) L 1513.00

MARINE BIOLOGY


3.00 credits. A study of the chemical and physical characteristics of marine ecosystems and the functional adaptions of marine organisms to those systems. Representative marine communities including rocky intertidal and coral reefs are examined in detail. *Prerequisite: BIO 111. Hours: 3. Spring semester, alternate years.




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38262BIO320 - -BI - -ACONSERVATION BIOLOGYBowne DOpen4/18TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) L 1534.00

CONSERVATION BIOLOGY


4.00 credits. Conservation biology is an applied scientific discipline devoted to understanding and preserving the world’s biodiversity. We will examine in lecture and through a series of case studies how basic ecological principles are being applied to preserve biodiversity. The case studies will highlight conservation at the species, community, ecosystem, and biosphere levels and societal aspects of conservation. We will also experience local biodiversity via field trips, civic engagement, and species identification sessions. *Prerequisite: BIO 112 or permission of the instructor. Spring semester, alternate years.




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BIO320 - -BI - -ADIS - CONSERVATION BIOLOGYF (08:00am-08:50am) L 153
38247BIO322 - -BI - -AIMMUNOLOGYLancaster JClosed0/20MF (11:00am-12:20pm) L 2503.00

IMMUNOLOGY


3.00 credits. A study of the effector mechanisms of the innate and adaptive immune system that protect us from infectious disease. The course includes discussion of how the immune system contributes to human disease through allergy and autoimmunity, and medicine through vaccination and immunotherapy. *Prerequisite: BIO 111 or permission of instructor. Hours: 3. Spring semester.




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38248BIO324 - -BI - -AGENERAL PHYSIOLOGYMesa Cruz JOpen7/24TH (08:00am-09:20am) H 2133.00

GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY


3.00 credits. A study of vertebrate physiology. This course encompasses interactions among genes, molecules, cells, and organ systems in relation to function, with an emphasis on physiological adaptations to diverse environments. *Prerequisite: BIO 112 or permission of instructor. Hours: 3. Spring semester.




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38249BIO324 -L-BI - -AGENERAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORYMesa Cruz JOpen8/24M (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 249

GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY


1.00 credit. This laboratory illustrates the scientific process in the field of physiology. It challenges students to formulate hypothesis, collect data using techniques such as electrography, spirometry, microscopy, and spectrometry, as well as conduct quantitative analysis to ultimately understand selected physiological mechanisms. *Corequisite: BIO 324. Hours: 3. Spring semester.




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38264BIO336 - -BI - -APATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGYWohl DOpen11/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) 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. *Prerequisite: BIO 211. Hours: lecture 3. Fall semester, alternate years.




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38250BIO342 - -BI - -APRIMATES (AN 342)Newell EOpen11/15WF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2304.00

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, adaption, 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. Fall semester.




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38744BIO371 - -BI - -APLANT PHYSIOLOGY, WHAT DOES A PLANT KNOW?Burr COpen11/24MW (12:30pm-03:20pm) L 2514.00

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, WHAT DOES A PLANT KNOW?


4.00 credits. This course is a combined lecture and laboratory experience that introduces you to plant physiology and development. This upper-level course will require you to use higher-order thinking skills design and conduct experiments to address biology questions in plant physiology. You’ll also be reading primary literature and writing to increase abilities to understand and communicate hypothesis-driven research using plants as the study subject. The course will demonstrate how common scientific methods are used to study plant physiology and development. *Prerequisite(s): BIO 111 and BIO 112.




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38783BIO492 - -BI - -ARESEARCH IN BIOLOGYWohl DOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. 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. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Spring semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38835BIO492 - -BI - -BRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYCavender JClosed0/10By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. 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. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Spring semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38854BIO492 - -BI - -CRESEARCH IN BIOLOGYMurray TOpen4/5By Arrangement0.00

RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY


Variable credit. An original research investigation planned and performed by students in consultation with faculty. 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. A research experience totaling four credits is required for Honors in Biology. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Spring semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38252BIO495 - -BI - -ASEMINAR IN BIOLOGYBowne DClosed0/12F (12:30pm-01:20pm) L 1531.00

SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY


1.00 credit. Students will read and discuss articles in the biological literature dealing with major advances in biology. A paper and oral presentation on a subject related to the discussion is required. *Prerequisite: Senior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38253BIO495 - -BI - -BSEMINAR IN BIOLOGYLancaster JClosed0/13F (12:30pm-01:20pm) L 2501.00

SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY


1.00 credit. Students will read and discuss articles in the biological literature dealing with major advances in biology. A paper and oral presentation on a subject related to the discussion is required. *Prerequisite: Senior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38254BIO495 - -BI - -CSEMINAR IN BIOLOGYMurray TClosed0/13F (12:30pm-01:20pm) L 1511.00

SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY


1.00 credit. Students will read and discuss articles in the biological literature dealing with major advances in biology. A paper and oral presentation on a subject related to the discussion is required. *Prerequisite: Senior standing. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38255BIO531 - -BI - -AFUNDAMENTALS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE IILancaster JOpen5/62.00

FUNDAMENTALS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE II


2.00 credits. This course (MIIM-531) represents an overview of key topics in the area of cell biology, cell physiology and their derangement in infectious disease. In addition to general principles, several individual cell types of wide biomedical importance will be examined in detail. This course is provided through Drexel University College of Medicine for students in the 4+1 Biotechnology-Molecular Medicine cooperative program. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38256BIO533 - -BI - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE V - RESEARCH DISCUSSION AND PROBLEMLancaster JOpen5/61.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE V - RESEARCH DISCUSSION AND PROBLEM


1.00 credit. This course will be an adjunct course to the Fundamentals of Molecular Medicine course BIO 531 (Fundamentals of Molecular Medicine II). It will serve as a forum for discussion of the primary literature as it relates directly to the topics covered as lecture material in MIIM-531. The course will be of a Journal Club format. Each student will choose, in consultation with the instructor for a given week of MIIM-531, a recent paper from the primary literature, and prepare an oral presentation that will serve as a summary and critique of the paper. This course is provided through Drexel University College of Medicine for students in the 4+1 Biotechnology-Molecular Medicine cooperative program. Graded Pass/No Pass.Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38257BIO541 - -BI - -ABACTERIA AND BACTERIAL INFECTIONSLancaster JOpen5/62.00

BACTERIA AND BACTERIAL INFECTIONS


2.00 credits. This course will serve as an introduction to the basic aspects of the biology of bacteria and bacterial infections, introducing concepts that relate to organism structure, replication and infection. The course is a requirement for the successful completion of the MS in Molecular Medicine from Drexel University College of Medicine. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38258BIO542 - -BI - -AMYCOLOGY, FUNGAL INFECTIONS AND ANTIBIOTICSLancaster JOpen5/62.00

MYCOLOGY, FUNGAL INFECTIONS AND ANTIBIOTICS


2.00 credits. This course will serve as an introduction to the basic aspects of the biology of mycology and fungal infections, introducing concepts that relate to microorganism structure, replication and infection. The course will also focus on the structure and function of antibiotics and anti-fungal therapies. The course is a requirement for the successful completion of the MS in Molecular Medicine from Drexel University College of Medicine. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38259BIO543 - -BI - -APARASITES AND PARASITIC INFECTIONSLancaster JOpen5/62.00

PARASITES AND PARASITIC INFECTIONS


2.00 credits. This course will serve as an introduction to the basic aspects of the biology of parasites and parasitic infections, introducing concepts that relate to microorganism structure, replication and infection. The course will also focus on the diversity of modes of infection and parasite life cycles, and the development of therapies. The course is a requirement for the successful completion of the MS in Molecular Medicine from Drexel University College of Medicine. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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BU
38101AC 101 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGMiller JOpen1/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2154.00

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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38102AC 101 - -BU - -BINTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTINGMiller JOpen7/35MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2154.00

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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38103AC 206 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IIRiportella TOpen22/35TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2144.00

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II


4.00 credits. A continuation of AC 205. The course includes an in-­-depth examination of the liabilities and stockholder’s equity sections of the balance sheet with detailed discussion of how to account for bonds payable, long-term notes, employee pensions and benefits, and the issuance of stock. Calculation of earnings per share, how to correct errors in the financial statements, preparation of the statement of cash flows and deferred income taxes also are discussed. *Prerequisite: AC 205.




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38104AC 270 - -BU - -ACOST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTINGGabriel JOpen12/35MWF (08:00am-09:10am) 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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38105AC 302 - -BU - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN TAXATIONMiller JOpen30/35MW (09:30am-10:50am) H 2154.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN TAXATION


4.00 credits. This course follows the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) recommended Model Tax Curriculum. Students will develop advanced technical and technological skills in entity taxation, the tax effects of multijurisdictional commerce and advanced issues facing individual taxpayers, including retirement, estate/gift issues, and financial planning. Advanced skills with tax research materials are developed, as is an appreciation for the work ethic and professional responsibilities. Emphasis will be placed on learning to employ tax law in various financial and tax-planning techniques. *Prerequisite: AC 301.




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38106AC 304 - -BU - -AFORENSIC ACCOUNTINGGabriel JOpen29/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2114.00

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING


4.00 credits. This course introduces students to the specialty practice area of forensic accounting. Students will study the growing role of the forensic accountant, what differentiates forensic accountants from traditional auditors, the causes of fraud, and the perpetrator’s motivations. Topics include: money laundering, identity theft, fraudulent investment schemes, litigation support, and the importance of internal controls. Students will examine the ethical issues in accounting, risk assessment and how to investigate and respond to fraud in the workplace. *Prerequisite: AC206. Spring semester.




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38107AC 405 - -BU - -AAUDITINGRiportella TOpen15/24TH (09:15am-10:55am) H 1144.00

AUDITING


4.00 credits. A study of auditing theory and standards, professional ethics, auditor's legal liability, and the audit process. Students learn about risk assessment, internal control systems, audit evidence, working papers, quality control, statistical sampling, implications of computer-based systems to the audit process, and the preparation of audit reports. *Prerequisite: AC 310 or permission of instructor.




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38819AC 471 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTINGRiportella TOpen9/10By Arrangement4.00

INTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING


Variable (0.00 to 12.00) credit(s). Students gain accounting experience working for either a public accounting firm, a business organization, or a governmental agency. A maximum of four credit hours from AC 471 may count as an accounting elective. Additional credits count as free electives. A maximum of twelve credit hours total from AC 471 and BA 470-474 may be earned. *Prerequisite: approval of Accounting Director or Department Chair. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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38108AC 474 - -BU - -AVOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE PROGRAMRiportella TOpen3/9MF (11:00am-12:15pm) H 1082.00

VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


2.00 credits. A hands-on opportunity to apply knowledge that was learned in Accounting 301 by preparing income tax returns under the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program of the Internal Revenue Service in an experiential-learning environment. Students interact with clients, accumulate their tax information and prepare their federal, state and local income tax returns using tax software. *Prerequisite: AC 301. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38109BA 105 - -BU - -AMANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION AND STUDENT CAREER PREPAREDNESSGabriel JOpen1/74W (09:30am-10:40am) H 2121.00

MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION AND STUDENT CAREER PREPAREDNESS


1.00 credit. Students will study written communication techniques used in the business world. They will learn the basics of memorandums, emails, and business letters. They will also learn how to find and apply effectively for internships with real organizations. The course also provides students with skills for using data to support business communication. *Prerequisite: This course is restricted to Business majors only and must be taken in the first year.




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38110BA 197 - -BU - -AINTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSVaramini HOpen28/35TH (09:15am-10:55am) H 2144.00

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


4.00 credits. An introduction to the international business environment, including the political, social, economic and cultural dimensions of foreign countries. Introduces theories and practical aspects of international business from both a cultural and functional perspective. Students develop their understanding of the differences between foreign cultures and their own culture and improve the interaction skills necessary to function effectively in the global community. Register by Instructor.




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38111BA 215 - -BU - -APRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGGreenberg BClosed0/36TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) 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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38112BA 248 - -BU - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (EGR 248)Mansour SClosed0/35MW (05:00pm-06:20pm) H 2154.00

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 and decision analysis, and inventory management. 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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38114BA 257 - -BU - -AEXPORTING AND IMPORTINGHolobetz BOpen23/35T (07:40am-09:15am) H 2112.00

EXPORTING AND IMPORTING


2.00 credits. Focus on the management of flow of goods and services across national borders to enhance the competitiveness of small- and medium-size firms, including market research, agent selection, export financing, government regulation, transportation, insurance and documentation. Register by Instructor.




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38115BA 258 - -BU - -AGLOBAL BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONSHolobetz BOpen23/35T (09:20am-10:55am) H 2112.00

GLOBAL BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS


2.00 credits. Students acquire knowledge about effective negotiation techniques across national borders. A framework is provided to guide students in understanding the process of developing negotiation skills in business transactions and learning to close deals, create value, resolve disputes and reach lasting agreements with counterparts in other countries. Register by Instructor.




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38116BA 265 - -BU - -AMANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORTile JClosed0/35TH (08:00am-09:20am) H 2154.00

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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38117BA 271 - -BU - -ASTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IIOzkanca KOpen2/20T (08:30am-09:20am) H 1082.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS II


2.00 credits. The course will provide an advanced level exploration of Microsoft Excel through problem solving, analysis, and evaluation. Advanced capabilities, various business/mathematical functions, and applications to business decision-making will be major components. This course aims to prepare students for the Microsoft Office User Specialist certification exam in Excel. *Prerequisite: BA 270.




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38118BA 271 - -BU - -BSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IIOzkanca KClosed0/22T (09:30am-10:20am) H 1082.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS II


2.00 credits. The course will provide an advanced level exploration of Microsoft Excel through problem solving, analysis, and evaluation. Advanced capabilities, various business/mathematical functions, and applications to business decision-making will be major components. This course aims to prepare students for the Microsoft Office User Specialist certification exam in Excel. *Prerequisite: BA 270.




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38119BA 271 - -BU - -CSTRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IIOzkanca KClosed4/24T (11:00am-11:50am) H 1082.00

STRATEGIC MANAGERIAL DECISION- MAKING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS II


2.00 credits. The course will provide an advanced level exploration of Microsoft Excel through problem solving, analysis, and evaluation. Advanced capabilities, various business/mathematical functions, and applications to business decision-making will be major components. This course aims to prepare students for the Microsoft Office User Specialist certification exam in Excel. *Prerequisite: BA 270.




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38136BA 312 - -BU - -APROMOTIONAL MANAGEMENTGreenberg BClosed0/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) H 2134.00

PROMOTIONAL MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. An overview of the advertising process from both an agency and client perspective. Students will receive a strong foundation in research and strategy development, the building blocks upon which successful campaigns are built. The course will culminate in a final project encompassing research, strategy, creative and media planning, with results pitched to an actual client. *Prerequisite: BA 215.




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38120BA 330 - -BU - -ALEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSMelvin SOpen2/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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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38135BA 331 - -BU - -ABUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW FOR ACCOUNTING/FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALSMelvin SOpen28/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) 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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38754BA 370 - -BU - -AINTERNSHIP/CO-OPGreenberg BOpen25/25By Arrangement12.00

INTERNSHIP/CO-OP


Variable (5.00 - 12.00) credits. Classroom education cannot teach all the elements of knowledge required for a successful career. On-the-job experience can clearly enhance the students' learning and is a valuable supplement to classroom instruction. The seminar is to act as a regular forum for students sharing in discussion of ideas, problems, and issues related to the internships of the student participants. The purpose of this course is to assist students in the learning process of reflection, analysis, and integration of experiences and insights gained through their internships with the academic theory, principles, concepts, and social and ethical dimensions of the discipline and subject area. In addition to academic goals, this course - combining abstract/theoretical and experience learning through an internship setting - is intended to futher students' lifelong learning skills, professional and public speaking skills, strengthening of person and professional values and ethics, clarification of personal and career goals, and achievement of self-confidence. Register by Instructor.




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38829BA 400 - -BU - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSNeuhauser HOpen3/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) 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. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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38830BA 400 - -BU - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSSandu POpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) 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. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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38831BA 400 - -BU - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSGreenberg BOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) 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. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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38832BA 400 - -BU - -DSENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESSVaramini HOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN BUSINESS


Variable (0.00 to 4.00) 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. Repeatable for credit. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




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Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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38138BA 430 - -BU - -AADVANCED LEGAL ISSUES FOR MANAGERSMelvin SOpen24/35TH (09:20am-10:55am) H 2124.00

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. *Prerequisites: BA 330 or BA 337.




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38121BA 490 - -BU - -AARTS ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY (FPA 490)Staff NCancelled0/02.00

ARTS ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY (FPA 490)


2.00 credits. Arts Administration Strategy is a project-based capstone course for the Minor in Arts Administration. It brings together the many strands and themes of the Arts Administration curriculum and gives students the opportunity to synthesize concepts and develop analytical, presentation, professional, and career readiness skills. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Project.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

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38123BA 497 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINARVaramini HOpen17/24TH (02:00pm-03:40pm) H 2114.00

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINAR


4.00 credits. As a capstone course in international business, the course is designed to provide both the theoretical perspectives and the practical applications of global business. The course integrates concepts, principles and practices from prior courses in accounting, management, finance and marketing to prepare students for a successful career in international business. *Prerequisite: senior status and International Business majors. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Project. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38137BA 498 - -BU - -ASEMINAR IN MARKETINGGreenberg BOpen1/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 2114.00

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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38124BA 499 - -BU - -APEOPLE ANALYTICS SEMINARCiocirlan COpen9/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 2144.00

PEOPLE ANALYTICS SEMINAR


4.00 credits. Capstone course in management. We will explore research questions formulated around antecedents of employee engagement, job satisfaction, absenteeism, or turnover. Students will learn to build causal models, collect and analyze data in a systematic way, and interpret results to improve decisions about talent and the organization as a whole. The course focuses on the hard and soft skills necessary in people analytics. *Prerequisite(s): BA 265 and senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38125EC 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICSPaul SOpen3/45TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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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38126EC 102 - -7SSC-C-ASSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSStaff NCancelled0/04.00

SSC PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences 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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38127EC 280 - -BU - -AINTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SEMINARPaul SOpen12/20M (11:00am-12:15pm) H 2132.00

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS SEMINAR


Variable (2.00 or 3.00) credits. The course deals with the subject of development and the role of international organizations in promoting it around the world. We study the origins of the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization; trace their evolution through the decades; and explore the (changing) role of the multilateral institutions in promoting development. We consider, in particular, the major problems of development facing the world today, and how these organizations can tackle them. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38128EC 301 - -BU - -AINTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICSKrichevskiy DOpen26/35MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) H 2134.00

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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38139EC 311 - -BU - -AECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTPaul SOpen26/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 2134.00

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. Theories of international trade and economic growth. Capital flows. Migration. Role of institutions and NGOs. Policies for improving social welfare. Emphasis on developing countries. *Prerequisite: EC 101.




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38746EC 410 - -BU - -AECONOMETRICSKrichevskiy DOpen18/24MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 2114.00

ECONOMETRICS


4.00 credits. The course provides an introduction to econometrics, a branch of economics associated with statistical methods and applied data analysis. It provides both theoretical and applied frameworks necessary for data analyses. Both mathematical statistics and basic Stata programing are introduced. Simple and multiple regression models, problems with regression such as causality, heteroskedasticity, multicollinearity and omitted variables are discussed along with time series and instrumental variables. *Prerequisites: MA 251, EC 101, and EC 102. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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EC 410 - -BU - -ALAB - ECONOMETRICSMWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) H 111
38129FBE385 - -BU - -ANEW VENTURE CREATIONSchmid MOpen3/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 1144.00

NEW VENTURE CREATION


4.00 credits. This class provides students the opportunity to demonstrate the skills necessary to write a business plan for a new venture and to exhibit the capacity to develop sustainable business models on identified entrepreneurial opportunities. The class emphasizes a “hands-on” approach based on class discussion and interaction, a final project, presentations, case studies, experiential exercises, and guest speakers who have gone beyond the “what if…?” stage to actually creating an venture where nothing existed before. Spring semester.




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38130FBE450 - -BU - -AENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EMERGING ECONOMYKrichevskiy DOpen10/2001/13/2020 - 05/08/20204.00

ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EMERGING ECONOMY


4.00 credits. This course is targeted towards students who plan to become involved with entrepreneurial ventures across the emerging global economy either immediately after graduation, or at some future point in their careers. The course is meant to help students evaluate and analyze international opportunities in their capacity as 1) founders of or early hires in international ventures; and/or 2) investors in, or advisors to, international ventures; and/or 3) Potential partners or acquirers of international ventures. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

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Program Category: (100% Online)
38131FIN325 - -BU - -ACORPORATE FINANCENeuhauser HClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) H 2154.00

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(s): AC 101.




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FIN325 - -BU - -ALAB - CORPORATE FINANCETH (09:30am-10:50am) H 111
38132FIN325 - -BU - -BCORPORATE FINANCENeuhauser HOpen13/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 2154.00

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(s): AC 101.




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FIN325 - -BU - -BLAB - CORPORATE FINANCETH (02:00pm-03:20pm) H 111
38761FIN415 - -BU - -AAPPLIED FINANCIAL ANALYSISNeuhauser HOpen16/20W (05:00pm-06:40pm) H 1112.00

APPLIED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS


2.00 credits. This advanced financial analysis course is specifically designed to engage students in equity research activities before a buy, sell, or hold investment decision is made on an assigned publicly traded company. Students will review the company's SEC filings, gather data on the company's external and internal environment, analyze the company's current financial position, forecast the future profitability and valuation of the company, propose an investment recommendation, and present their analysis to financial professionals. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 325 and an Intermediate level of Excel skills required. Register by Instructor.




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38133FIN425 - -BU - -AADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTNeuhauser HOpen5/21TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1114.00

ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


4.00 credits. An advanced course in corporation/business finance, in which major topic areas such as capital budgeting, working capital management, leasing, mergers and financing are examined in depth. Cases, readings and problems are used to illustrate the concepts covered. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 325. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38134FIN426 - -BU - -ASTUDENT MANAGED INVESTMENT PORTFOLIOTrostle ROpen14/24MF (11:00am-11:50am) H 2142.00

STUDENT MANAGED INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO


2.00 credits. This course provides real-time management of assets and an introduction to the investment management business. Emphasis is on information analysis, security selection, fund management, teamwork and communication. *Prerequisite(s): FIN 424.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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FIN426 - -BU - -ALAB - STUDENT MANAGED INVESTMENT PORTFOLIOMF (11:00am-11:50am) H 111
CG
38189CSC462 - -CSC - -ACOGNITIVE SCIENCE CAPSTONESilberstein MOpen13/20MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2024.00

COGNITIVE SCIENCE CAPSTONE


4.00 credits. Students will read and discuss articles in the cognitive science literature dealing with major advances in cognitive science. A paper and oral presentation on subject related to the discussion is required. *Prerequisites: PH 290, NEU 125, and at least 12 credits in the minor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Fall or spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

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CH
38021CH 105 - -6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY: INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR SCIENCEToote LOpen1/29MWF (09:30am-10:30am) E 1874.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38022CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEToote LClosed1/24T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


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




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38849CH 105 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCEMacKay JOpen7/12T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 106

NPS FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LAB MOLECULAR SCIENCE


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




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38023CH 109 - -6NPS-C-ANPS INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCEPapez RClosed2/35MWF (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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38024CH 110 - -6NPS- -ANPS FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORYPapez RClosed0/16MW (05:30pm-07:30pm) MU 2012.00

NPS FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY


2.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) Designed to parallel the topics covered in CH 109. Analytical methods for analyzing evidence commonly found at crime scenes. Microscopic, wet bench, and instrumental techniques are covered. *Prerequisite or Corequisite (s): CH 109. This combination of CH 109 and CH 110 earns Lab Science credit and will only satisfy one of the required two Natural and Physical Science Core requirements. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38025CH 113 - -CH - -AORGANIC CHEMISTRY IMacKay JClosed0/32MWF (08:00am-09:00am) TH 1054.00

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles guiding the structure of organic molecules and how structure affects reactivity. Both structure and reactivity will be approached from kinetic, thermodynamic, and mechanistic viewpoints. Topics include bonding, stereochemistry, nomenclature, conformational analysis, substitutions, eliminations, addition reactions, and instrumentation applied to carbon compounds. The importance of organic compounds across disciplines and in everyday life will be emphasized. *Prerequisite: a grade of C- or above in CH 105. *Corequisite: CH 113L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38026CH 113 - -CH - -BORGANIC CHEMISTRY IMacKay JClosed0/19MWF (09:30am-10:30am) TH 1054.00

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I


4.00 credits. An introduction to the principles guiding the structure of organic molecules and how structure affects reactivity. Both structure and reactivity will be approached from kinetic, thermodynamic, and mechanistic viewpoints. Topics include bonding, stereochemistry, nomenclature, conformational analysis, substitutions, eliminations, addition reactions, and instrumentation applied to carbon compounds. The importance of organic compounds across disciplines and in everyday life will be emphasized. *Prerequisite: a grade of C- or above in CH 105. *Corequisite: CH 113L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




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38027CH 113 -L-CH - -AORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYPapez RClosed0/14T (08:00am-10:50am) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I. *Corequisite: CH 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38028CH 113 -L-CH - -BORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYStaff NCancelled0/0

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I. *Corequisite: CH 113.




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38029CH 113 -L-CH - -CORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYMacKay JClosed0/12H (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I. *Corequisite: CH 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38030CH 113 -L-CH - -DORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYHagan TClosed0/13T (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I. *Corequisite: CH 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38031CH 113 -L-CH - -EORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORYHagan TOpen2/12M (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 105

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I. *Corequisite: CH 113.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38032CH 214 - -CH - -ACHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATIONToote LOpen14/24TH (09:30am-10:45am) MU 2324.00

CHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION


4.00 credits. Instrumental methods of analysis. Electrochemical, spectrophotometric, and chromatographic methods are discussed. Laboratory introduces a variety of analytical instruments and associated methods, including computer-based data analysis. *Prerequisite: CH 213 and CH 201. *Corequisite: CH 214L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 4. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38033CH 214 -L-CH - -ACHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORYToote LOpen2/12H (12:30pm-04:20pm) MU 106

CHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory for Chemical Instrumentation. *Corequisite: CH 214.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38034CH 242 - -CH - -APHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRYRood JOpen9/24MWF (09:30am-10:20am) MU 2324.00

PHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY


4.00 credits. Thermodynamic stability and bonding in ionic and covalent inorganic substances. Inorganic reactivity in acid-base and oxidation-reduction systems. Some descriptive chemistry of main group and transition metal elements. Laboratory is designed to acquaint students with synthetic methods in organic and inorganic chemistry and purification and identification. *Prerequisite: CH 213. *Corequisite: CH242L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38035CH 242L-L-CH - -APHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABRood JOpen3/12M (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

PHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH 242 Physical Inorganic Chemistry. *Corequisite: CH 242.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38036CH 242L-L-CH - -BPHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABRood JOpen7/12W (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 108

PHYSICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany CH 242 Physical Inorganic Chemistry. *Corequisite: CH 242.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38852CH 292 - -CH - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYToote LOpen4/5By 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 coursework to begin CH 491, CH 490 or CH 471. *Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Register by Instructor. Spring semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38039CH 396 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IIHagan TOpen7/12F (11:00am-12:15pm) MU 2321.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR II


1.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 396 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 395 and CH 396 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of CH 396. *Prerequisite: CH 395. Hours: seminar 1. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38037CH 456 - -CH - -AINTEGRATED CHEMISTRY LABORATORY IIHagan TOpen8/12W (12:30pm-03:20pm) MU 2151.00

INTEGRATED CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II


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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38788CH 472 - -CH - -AINTERNSHIP IN CHEMISTRYHoffman GOpen3/5By Arrangement0.00

INTERNSHIP IN CHEMISTRY


Variable credit. Students gain off-campus work experience in a chemical or biochemical laboratory. For students in the Chemistry Laboratory Sciences major, twelve credits of CH 472 count as requirements for the major. For other chemistry majors, this may be taken as a chemistry elective course and a maximum of six credit hours from CH 472 may count this way. Additional credits beyond these amounts count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): Approval of the department chair. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. 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

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38853CH 492 - -CH - -ARESEARCH IN CHEMISTRYToote LOpen3/5By 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. Spring semester. 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

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38040CH 496 - -CH - -ACHEMISTRY SEMINAR IVHagan TOpen8/12F (11:00am-12:15pm) MU 2321.00

CHEMISTRY SEMINAR IV


1.00 credit. Part of a two-semester seminar sequence, CH 496 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 495 and CH 496 to receive a letter grade, which is awarded at the completion of CH 496. *Prerequisite: CH 495. Hours: seminar 1. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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CM
38140COM120 - -CM - -AINTRO TO COMMUNICATIONSHelb COpen5/35MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1144.00

INTRO TO COMMUNICATIONS


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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38141COM130 - -CM - -AVISUAL COMMUNICATIONSHughes KOpen10/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

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38142COM130 - -CM - -BVISUAL COMMUNICATIONSHughes KClosed0/18TH (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

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Majors and Minors only

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38143COM145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)Hughes KClosed2/18MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 90.00

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COM145 - -3CE -C-ALAB - CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (ART 145)MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 210
38145COM210 - -CM - -APRESENTATION SKILLSGillis TOpen4/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2044.00

PRESENTATION SKILLS


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. 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38146COM211 - -CM - -AINTRO TO JOURNALISMPoniatowski KClosed0/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 2814.00

INTRO TO JOURNALISM


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




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38147COM220 - -CM - -AAUDIO PRODUCTIONHelb CClosed1/16MW (03:30pm-04:50pm) ST 2044.00

AUDIO PRODUCTION


4.00 credits. The technical and aesthetic fundamentals of the radio industry and audio production fields are explored in this course, including an advanced examination of writing and production materials for radio/audio programming. An in-depth analysis of the audio 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 audio projects. A general overview of the history of audio broadcasting is included. Students are required to purchase production materials for the course. *Prerequisites: COM 120 and COM 130.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38148COM248 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATION LAW AND ETHICSTelleen MClosed0/20MW (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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38149COM333 - -CM - -AORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATIONGillis TOpen4/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38676COM370 - -CM - -AINTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ANALYTICSJohnson K, Poniatowski KOpen2/20MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2104.00

INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ANALYTICS


4.00 credits. This course will give students an in-depth look at using and understanding Google Analytics. Students will apply techniques to measure media impact for real-world clients and develop effective strategies. In the course, students will develop business models reflecting the strategic positioning of clients, and engage audiences using social, mobile, and other media platforms.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38150COM410 - -CM - -AADVANCED PRODUCTIONJohnson KOpen4/16MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2104.00

ADVANCED PRODUCTION


4.00 credits. This team-based production course will challenge students to produce professional projects for local clients that exhibit advanced writing, audio, video and online skills. Project management, teamwork, negotiation, and best practices are at the core of this mass communications course. *Prerequisite: COM 230 and Communications major or minor with a minimum of junior standing in the Department.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38152COM412 - -CM - -AADVANCED PUBLIC RELATIONSPoniatowski KOpen10/18MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 2114.00

ADVANCED PUBLIC RELATIONS


4.00 credits. The course provides an opportunity for students to build upon knowledge, skills and expertise in public relations by applying them to the study of actual public relations cases. The analysis and evaluation of actual public relations practice lead the student to a better knowledge of public relations principles, application and management in the profession. Agency projects enhance the application of advanced public relations practices. *Prerequisite: COM 351.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38153COM424 - -CM - -ASCRIPT AND SCREENWRITINGJohnson KOpen9/16T (09:30am-12:20pm) ST 2104.00

SCRIPT AND SCREENWRITING


4.00 credits. Emphasis is placed on identifying the tools used in successful creative writing and then putting them into practice. Through study and practical application, students become familiar with the various visual/audio formats used in dramatic and documentary television and film writing. *Prerequisite: COM 211 or declared Creative Writing minor or permission of the instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38775COM471 - -CM - -APRACTICUMGillis TOpen11/12By Arrangement0.00

PRACTICUM


Variable (0.00 to 3.00) credit(s). Supervised application of previously studied theory by professionals in the field of the student's concentration. Practicum with an on- or off-campus sponsor may be used for free elective credit only, repeatable to a maximum of four credits within a major or minor declaration. A maximum of four credit hours from Communications 470-473 may count as communications electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): At least sophomore standing, and majors/minors only. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. 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%)
38151COM495 - -CM - -ACOMMUNICATIONS CAPSTONEGillis TClosed0/12TH (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 major only. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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CR
38504PCS265 - -9HUM-C-AHUM NONVIOLENCE IN AMERICALong MOpen6/35TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) H 2144.00

HUM NONVIOLENCE IN AMERICA


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course examines the history of nonviolent thought and action in the United States, beginning with the Anabaptists and Quakers and ending with the War on Terror and the Occupy Movement. Special emphasis will be given to expressions of nonviolence in religious traditions.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38505PCS465 - -PCS - -ADIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIESKenley DOpen1/5By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38768PCS465 - -PCS - -BDIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIESLong MOpen4/5By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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CS
38154CS 113 - -6NPS-C-ANPS THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF COMPUTINGLi PClosed0/22MWF (09:30am-10:50am) H 1084.00

NPS THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF COMPUTING


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Sciences Core Course) A broad introduction to the discipline of computer science is given with a focus on its deep concepts and powerful impact. An emphasis is placed on seven "big ideas" developed by the CS Principles initiative: creativity, abstraction, data, algorithms, programming, the Internet, and impact. Examples and problems are drawn from other scientific fields and include DNA processing, particle simulation, and projectile motion. Programming projects are done in the introductory Scratch language and Python.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38156CS 121 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IWang JClosed0/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1084.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38157CS 121 - -CS - -BCOMPUTER SCIENCE IWang JClosed0/22MWF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2084.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38158CS 122 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SCIENCE IILeap TOpen7/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) 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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38159CS 222 - -CS - -ASYSTEMS PROGRAMMING (EGR 222)Li POpen6/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2814.00

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING (EGR 222)


4.00 credits. This course covers advanced programming and machine representation of data and data structures, including dynamic structures and files. Topics include memory allocation, run-time data organization, function linkage and parameter passing, interrupt processing and the relationship between high level and machine language. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Spring semester.




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38161CS 230 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND HI-TECH FUNDAMENTALS (EGR 230)Wunderlich JOpen3/14MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2734.00

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND HI-TECH FUNDAMENTALS (EGR 230)


4.00 credits. Board-level design of microcomputers and the study of various computer architectures and hardware/software computing platforms. Topics include computer ethics, hardware components such as memory registers, central processor types, controllers, peripherals, input/output architecture and devices, memory management, and networking. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Spring semester.




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38162CS 322 - -CS - -AALGORITHMSWang JOpen5/22TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2814.00

ALGORITHMS


4.00 credits. This course provides an introduction to theoretical computer science with an emphasis on algorithm design and analysis. Divide-and-conquer approaches, dynamic programming, NP-completeness, and graph algorithms are covered. Techniques including asymptotic analysis, solving recurrence relations, and amortized analysis are discussed. The final section of the course is dedicated to theory of computation, including regular expressions and finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing machines, and decidability. *Prerequisites: CS 221. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38163CS 341 - -CS - -ASOFTWARE ENGINEERINGHanuska BOpen4/22TH (07:00pm-08:40pm) E 2814.00

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING


4.00 credits. An introduction to software development methodologies including requirements specification, design, testing, maintenance, and documentation. Students will participate in a large software development project using version control software. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Spring semester.




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38164CS 342 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER NETWORKINGLeap TClosed0/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 2814.00

COMPUTER NETWORKING


4.00 credits. Theory and knowledge of computer networks, the operation of the network, the characteristics of network architecture as it relates to the ISO model and administration, and the security and management of networks are provided. Other topics include network hardware requirements, such as routers, repeaters, gateways, interface cards, file servers, network topology options, and the Internet. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Spring semester.




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38169CS 363 - -CS - -ACOMPUTER SECURITYLi POpen8/22MWF (03:30pm-04:50pm) E 2814.00

COMPUTER SECURITY


4.00 credits. This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of computer security. Foundational concepts such as confidentiality, integrity, and availability are discussed in the context of both designing systems and evaluating existing systems for vulnerabilities. Cryptography is explored as a tool that can be applied to many aspects of computer security. Theoretical discussions of security principles are enriched by examples from real world systems and protocols. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Spring semesters, even years.




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38165CS 422 - -CS - -AOPERATING SYSTEMS (EGR 422)Leap TOpen9/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2814.00

OPERATING SYSTEMS (EGR 422)


4.00 credits. Principles and theories behind the design of operating systems and their practical implementation, including executives and monitors, task handlers, scheduling algorithms, file handlers, device drivers and interrupt handlers, theories of resource allocation and sharing, multiprocessing and interprocess communication. *Prerequisites: CS/EGR 222 and CS/EGR 332. Spring semester.




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38170CS 433 - -CS - -AADVANCED COMPUTER ENGINEERING (EGR 433)Wunderlich JOpen10/16MF (03:30pm-06:00pm) E 2734.00

ADVANCED COMPUTER ENGINEERING (EGR 433)


4.00 credits. Circuit-level design and implementation of complete computer systems. Major laboratory projects require students to design, build, test and demonstrate computer hardware designs using Field Programmable Gate Arrays and bread boarded circuits. Class lectures include design of embedded systems, microcontrollers, microprocessors and supercomputers. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: CS/EGR 332. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38168DS 315 - -CS - -ASTATISTICAL LEARNINGSigdel SOpen14/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 1874.00

STATISTICAL LEARNING


4.00 credits. An analysis and implementation of statistical learning algorithms for regression and classification. Topics include GLMs, penalty methods, kNN, LDA, CART, random forests, SVMs, and neural networks. *Prerequisite: MA 252.




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38458CW 386 - -CW - -AWORD, WEB, AND DESIGNMoore TOpen16/16TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2034.00

WORD, WEB, AND DESIGN


4.00 credits. This advanced course fulfills the capstone course for creative writing minors and the publishing requirement for professional writing majors. The focus of the course is on the presentation of one's work, and how different approaches to presentation can further the purpose of particular projects or become aesthetic and communicative projects in themselves. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




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DA
38459DAT200 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICSReddig NOpen12/35M (06:30pm-07:50pm) N 2022.00

DATA ANALYTICS


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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38460DAT315 - -DAT - -AMACHINE LEARNINGMcDevitt TOpen2/15TH (11:20am-12:20pm) N 1272.00

MACHINE LEARNING


2.00 credits. An overview of machine learning techniques using R. Topics include an introduction to programming in R, the use of nearest neighbor and naive Bayes algorithms, support vector machines, hidden Markov models, and market basket analysis as well as model evaluation and improvement. *Prerequisites: MA 252, and CS 113 or CS 121.




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38461DAT315 - -DAT - -BMACHINE LEARNINGMcDevitt TOpen9/15TH (12:30pm-01:30pm) N 1272.00

MACHINE LEARNING


2.00 credits. An overview of machine learning techniques using R. Topics include an introduction to programming in R, the use of nearest neighbor and naive Bayes algorithms, support vector machines, hidden Markov models, and market basket analysis as well as model evaluation and improvement. *Prerequisites: MA 252, and CS 113 or CS 121.




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38462DAT400 - -DAT - -ADATA ANALYTICS CAPSTONEKrichevskiy DOpen23/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) H 2134.00

DATA ANALYTICS CAPSTONE


4.00 credits. Under the supervision of a faculty mentor, students use their knowledge of data analytics to complete a project contributing to research in an academic area or to solve a problem for a local business. Projects will involve data collection, data cleaning, data analysis, and reporting results both orally and in writing to a domain expert or business leader. *Prerequisite: Students must have completed 14 credits in the minor. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




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ED
38265ED 105 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGTyminski COpen13/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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. Fieldwork experience is required which will include a rotation of placements in early childhood, middle, and secondary levels, and will require an FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Corequisite: ED 105L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




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38266ED 105 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LABTyminski COpen13/24

FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING LAB


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




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38267ED 150 - -ED - -AEARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENTBellew WOpen7/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1044.00

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT


4.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce students to the foundations of early childhood development. The course examines the concepts, theories, and research on child development. The course focuses on the typical and atypical physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and moral development of children between 0 and 9 years. Students will be introduced to different models and approaches in early childhood and developmentally appropriate practices. Field experience is required, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: ED 105. *Corequisite: ED 150L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




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38268ED 150 -L-ED - -AEARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT LABBellew WOpen7/24

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT LAB


0.00 credit. This course will familiarize pre-service teachers with the concepts, theories and research of cognition and learning during the early childhood period (0 to 9 years). 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 early childhood classroom. Includes field experience, which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, and Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance (fees). *Corequisite: ED 150.




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38269ED 151 - -ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENTTyminski COpen3/28TH (09:30am-10:50am) 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, Pennsylvania child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: ED 105. *Corequisite: ED 151L. A grade of C or better must be earned to continue in the program.




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38270ED 151 -L-ED - -AEARLY ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT LABTyminski COpen10/35

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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38271ED 161 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED TECHNOLOGYKarimi ZOpen15/24W (08:00am-09:20am) N 1272.00

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY


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.




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38272ED 161 - -ED - -BINTEGRATED TECHNOLOGYLicona POpen2/24H (08:00am-09:20am) N 1272.00

INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY


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.




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38324ED 210 - -ED - -APEACE EDUCATION AND INTEGRATED SCHOOLS IN NORTHERN IRELAND AND U.SBellew W, Finley-Bowman R, Haley-Mize LOpen3/20W (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1042.00

PEACE EDUCATION AND INTEGRATED SCHOOLS IN NORTHERN IRELAND AND U.S


2.00 credits. This course explores the history, process and practices of peace education and integrated schools in Northern Ireland and the United States. Comparative methods of peace education, integrative practices, inclusion, mediation, and conflict resolution will be examined. Students will conduct independent research with a faculty mentor that links course content to each student's program of study. Upon completion of the spring semester course, students will travel to Belfast to work with key stakeholders in the region's integrated schools, including Queens University faculty in the Centre for Shared Education and leaders in the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education.




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38273ED 212 - -ED - -ACHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURECaprino KOpen16/20T (08:00am-09:20am) 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. *Prerequisite(s): ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151.




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38274ED 224 - -ED - -APA HISTORY & GOVERNMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATORS (HI 224)Finley-Bowman ROpen1/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1294.00

PA HISTORY & GOVERNMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATORS (HI 224)


4.00 credits. This course surveys political, economic, social and cultural developments in the Commonwealth from Penn's Charter until the present day, with special consideration of the key topics covered under the PDE standards for the Early Adolescent and Adolescent educators. Agriculture, technology, ethnicity and immigration, urbanization, civics, government and democratization are central themes. This course examines major historical themes and, where applicable, introduces key historiographical concepts and debates. *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151. Spring semester.




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38327ED 243 - -ED - -AENGLISH GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICS FOR ESL LEARNERSKarimi ZOpen21/24M (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1042.00

ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICS FOR ESL LEARNERS


2.00 credits. This course provides for the study of the grammar, mechanics, and linguistics of the English language related to teaching English as a second language. The course includes a history of the English language and how the language has changed over time. Special attention will be placed on the use of the four domains of the English language in social and academic settings.




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38275ED 250 - -ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOODBellew WOpen16/24TH (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, and ED 150 or ED 151. *Corequisite: ED 250L.




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38276ED 250 -L-ED - -ALANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LABBellew WOpen16/24

LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LAB


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




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38326ED 255 - -ED - -ALITERACY AND LANGUAGE ACQUISITIONKarimi ZOpen22/24W (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1292.00

LITERACY AND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION


2.00 credits. This course will focus on theories of first and second language acquisition, along with factors that influence language acquisition and the impact of language acquisition on learning. Emphasis will be placed on the 5 pillars of literacy (phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension), verbal and non-verbal language development, and specific styles and strategies for language learning. Components of language (morphology, phonology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) will be addressed.




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38277ED 258 - -ED - -AEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATIONBellew WOpen11/24TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) 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.




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38325ED 268 - -ED - -AEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF ENGLISH LEARNERSKarimi ZOpen17/24M (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1042.00

EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF ENGLISH LEARNERS


2.00 credits. Examines current issues, trends and practices in educational assessment of English Learners. Emphasizes the study of different assessment and evaluation procedures for English Learners in the early childhood, elementary and secondary classroom. Emphasis placed on the development, implementation, and analysis of assessment methods designed specifically for English Learners, as well as designing accommodations for existing assessment tools to meet the needs of English Learners. Identification and education of English Learners with specific learning disabilities will be explored. *Prerequisite(s): ED 105.




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38321ED 317 - -ED - -AASSESSING STUDENT LITERACIES IN GRADES PK-8Caprino KOpen11/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 1044.00

ASSESSING STUDENT LITERACIES IN GRADES PK-8


4.00 credits. This course provides preservice teachers theories and methods for assessing student literacies in grades PK-8. Through exploring and reflecting on their own literacy practices, students will learn strategies and interventions that will help them assess and monitor student progress in tradition and digital literacies. The course, which will emphasize writing assessment, will include topics such as reading and writing workshop, special topics in the teaching of reading (e.g. vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency), designing mini-lessons after informally assessing (e.g., meeting with students during conferences) and formally assessing (e.g., administering state assessments) students, writing genres for authentic purposes and audiences, mentor texts, technology in the literacy classroom, writing in the content areas, rubrics, and grammar. *Prerequisite(s): ED 258 and Formal acceptance into the Education Department required.




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38279ED 325 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOODStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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 ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 335, ED 345 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38280ED 326 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELStaff NCancelled0/04.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course provides for the study of science processes at the middle school level (fourth through eighth grades), with emphasis upon the utilization of multiple resources, organization, classroom management, instructional strategies and assessment. Field experience is required. *Corequisites: ED 336, ED 346, and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38281ED 335 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN EARLY CHILDHOODStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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 ED 258. *Corequisites: ED 325, ED 345 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38282ED 336 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELStaff NCancelled0/04.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. A study of how children develop a background of understanding and skill in mathematics in fourth through eighth grades with emphasis on problem-solving, reasoning and communication skills. Additional focus will be on organization for instruction, teaching methods, accommodations and alternative strategies. *Corequisites: ED 326, ED 346 and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38283ED 341 - -ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOMKarimi ZOpen2/28TH (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. Twenty hours of field experience required (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks). *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151. *Corequisite: ED 341L. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38284ED 341 -L-ED - -AELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LABKarimi ZOpen2/28

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LAB


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




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38285ED 345 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN EARLY CHILDHOODStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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 ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 325, ED 335 and ED 365. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38286ED 346 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELStaff NCancelled0/04.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course furthers the study of literacy theories and research-based practices presented in ED 352 Literacy Assessment, Instruction and Intervention in Elem/Middle Level. This course explores approaches to teaching reading and writing in the elementary/middle grades and examines the construction of a 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. *Prerequisites: ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 326, ED 336 and ED 366. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




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38287ED 360 - -ED - -AINTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOODCaprino KOpen12/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38288ED 365 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN EARLY CHILDHOODStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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 ED 258. *Corequisite: ED 325, ED 335 and ED 345. 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%)
38289ED 366 - -ED - -AMETHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVELStaff NCancelled0/04.00

METHODS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE LEVEL


4.00 credits. This course will examine the content, teaching strategies, materials, organizing approaches and curricula for teaching social studies at the middle school level (fourth through eighth grades). Students will be required to complete a field experience component, documented by a journal. *Corequisites: ED 326, ED 336 and ED 346. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38290ED 400 - -ED - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONHaley-Mize LOpen24/25By 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%)
38291ED 400 - -ED - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONCaprino KOpen24/25By 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%)
38292ED 400 - -ED - -CSENIOR PROJECT IN EDUCATIONSoltys SOpen25/25By 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%)
38293ED 470 - -ED - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ERLY CHLDHaley-Mize LOpen16/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ERLY 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%)
38294ED 470 - -ED - -BPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/MDDLEHaley-Mize LOpen21/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ELEM/MDDLE


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%)
38295ED 470 - -ED - -CPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ENGLISHSkillen MOpen33/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ENGLISH


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%)
38299ED 470 - -ED - -DPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: MATHSoltys SOpen35/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: MATH


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%)
38296ED 470 - -ED - -EPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SCIENCELicona POpen33/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SCIENCE


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%)
38297ED 470 - -ED - -GPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SOCIAL STUHaley-Mize LOpen23/24MTWHF (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%)
38298ED 470 - -ED - -HPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ARTHaley-Mize LOpen24/24MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: ART


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. Course Fees. Graded Pass/No Pass. 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%)
38301ED 470 - -ED - -IPROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SPANISHHaley-Mize LOpen35/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) I INTRN12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SPANISH


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%)
38302ED 495 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR EARLY CHILDHOODFrick JOpen1/9M (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1064.00

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-4th 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%)
38303ED 496 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR ELEMENTARY/ MIDDLE LEVELFrick JOpen6/9M (05:00pm-08:00pm) 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%)
38304ED 497 - -ED - -ASENIOR SEMINAR FOR SECONDARY EDUCATIONFrick JOpen4/10M (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1064.00

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%)
38305MCI530 - -ED - -ABUILDING SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITYStaff NCancelled20/203.00

BUILDING SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITY


3.00 credits. This course explores how teachers across the PK-12 continuum can create partnerships with parents and students that facilitate participation in the schools while also validating home culture and family concerns and aspirations. It reflects current research and theory in family literacy development, bilingual and multicultural education, critical pedagogy, participatory research, cooperative learning, and feminist perspectives. It examines the roles the community and family play in sustaining a cooperative and peaceful culture of learning. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
38306MCI535 - -ED - -ACURRENT ISSUES &TRENDS IN ASSESSMNT IN SPECIAL & APPLIED STATASTICSStaff NCancelled20/203.00

CURRENT ISSUES &TRENDS IN ASSESSMNT IN SPECIAL & APPLIED STATASTICS


3.00 credits. This course emphasizes the latest research in the current trends of assessment and evaluation. The course discusses methods for planning assessments that are integrated with instruction, crafting assessment tools, crafting scoring rubrics, grading and evaluating students, assessing higher order thinking, and applied statistics for assessment and evaluation. Strategies are discussed that promote and evaluate the continual intellectual, social-emotional, and personal development of all learners. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
38307MCI590 - -ED - -ATHE GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINARCoyle HOpen18/2001/13/2020 - 05/08/20206.00

THE GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR


6.00 credits. This course serves as the research seminar capstone for graduate teachers to understand and apply research theories and design in curriculum and instruction, culminating in a scholarly paper and corresponding oral defense. *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)
38312MSE512 - -ED - -ALEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (SED 212)Coyle HOpen20/2001/13/2020 - 05/08/20204.00

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (SED 212)


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. *Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Education Program required. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (100% Online)
38314MSE522 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)Tyminski COpen28/28TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 1064.00

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (SED 222)


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. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Education Program required. *Corequisite: MSE 522L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38316MSE522 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222L)Tyminski COpen28/28

FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (SED 222L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 522. *Corequisite: MSE 522. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38318MSE524 - -ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLTIES (SED 224)Haley-Mize LOpen28/28MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1064.00

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLTIES (SED 224)


4.00 credits. A study of the specialized instructional strategies to adapt and accommodate classroom environments, testing methodologies, and curricula to meet the needs of exceptional children and youth. Emphasis is on high incidence disabilities, such as learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, emotional and behavior disorders, communication disorders, and cultural or linguistic diversity. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisites: Formal acceptance into Education Program required. *Corequisite: MSE 524L. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38320MSE524 -L-ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W HIGH INCDNC DISABILITIES LAB (SED 224L)Haley-Mize LOpen28/28

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W HIGH INCDNC DISABILITIES LAB (SED 224L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany MSE 524. *Corequisite: MSE 524. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38323MSE530 - -ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W/ LOW INCIDENCE DISABILITIES (SED 230)Haley-Mize LOpen24/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W/ LOW INCIDENCE DISABILITIES (SED 230)


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare students to implement best practices, ensure access, and to serve as advocates in collaboration with a service team for students with low incidence disabilities and their families. These disabilities include the traditional categories of significant and/or multiple disabilities: mental disabilities with significant cognitive needs, low vision and blindness, hearing impairments and deafness, deaf-blindness, autism, physical or health disabilities, and traumatic brain injury. Students learn strategies for collaboration, specific instructional and classroom management procedures, considerations for younger and older students, and are challenged to identify and use innovative tools to support active participation. Students are also encouraged to wrestle with current trends and issues in special education and the larger field of education. Reading response, and collaborative learning are an integral part of the course experience. *Prerequisites: SED 224 and acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
38308MSE570 - -ED - -AGRADUATE STUDENT TEACHINGHaley-Mize LOpen25/35MTWHF (08:00am-04:00pm) FIELD FIELD12.00

GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING


12.00 credits.This experience is supervised student teaching for a full semester in Special Education. To be taken in conjunction with the Graduate Research Seminar. *Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Graduate Education Program is required. *Corequisite: MSE 590. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38309MSE590 - -ED - -AGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINARHaley-Mize LOpen14/24M (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1044.00

GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR


4.00 credits. This course serves as the research seminar capstone for graduate teachers to understand and apply research theories and design, culminating in a scholarly paper and corresponding oral defense. Experience is supervised student teaching for a full semester in Special Education. To be taken in conjunction with the Graduate Student Teaching. *Prerequisite: MSE 565. *Corequisite: MSE 570. 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%)
38310SED212 - -ED - -ALEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512)Coyle HOpen4/2001/13/2020 - 05/08/20204.00

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 ED 150 or ED 151.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (100% Online)
38313SED222 - -ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (MSE 522)Tyminski COpen4/28TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisites: ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151. *Corequisite: SED 222L.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38315SED222 -L-ED - -AFOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LABORATORY (MSE 522L)Tyminski COpen4/28

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

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38317SED224 - -ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLT (MSE 524)Haley-Mize LOpen17/28MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 1064.00

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLT (MSE 524)


4.00 credits. A study of the specialized instructional strategies to adapt and accommodate classroom environments, testing methodologies, and curricula to meet the needs of exceptional children and youth. Emphasis is on high incidence disabilities, such as learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, emotional and behavior disorders, communication disorders. This course also examines issues related to cultural or linguistic diversity. Field experience is required which will require FBI Clearance, Criminal Record Clearance, Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, and TB Test (fees). *Prerequisites: ED 250 and SED 222, or permission of the Department. *Corequisite: SED 224L.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38319SED224 -L-ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLT LAB (MSE 524L)Haley-Mize LOpen17/28

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W HIGH INCIDENCE DISABLT LAB (MSE 524L)


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany SED 224. *Corequisite: SED 224, 290 and 293.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38322SED230 - -ED - -AMETHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W/ LOW INCIDENCE DISABILITIES (MSE 530)Haley-Mize LOpen18/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1064.00

METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS W/ LOW INCIDENCE DISABILITIES (MSE 530)


4.00 credits. This course is designed to prepare students to implement best practices, ensure access, and to serve as advocates in collaboration with a service team for students with low incidence disabilities and their families. These disabilities include the traditional categories of significant and/or multiple disabilities: mental disabilities with significant cognitive needs, low vision and blindness, hearing impairments and deafness, deaf-blindness, autism, physical or health disabilities, and traumatic brain injury. Students learn strategies for collaboration, specific instructional and classroom management procedures, considerations for younger and older students, and are challenged to identify and use innovative tools to support active participation. Students are also encouraged to wrestle with current trends and issues in special education and the larger field of education. Reading response, and collaborative learning are an integral part of the course experience. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Blended/Hybrid 26-50%)
EN
38431EN 100 - -1PLE-C-APLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEAdams KClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2034.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38432EN 100 - -1PLE-C-BPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEWebster Roberson SOpen5/18WF (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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38433EN 100 - -1PLE-C-CPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEMartin LClosed0/18MF (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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38434EN 100 - -1PLE-C-DPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger RClosed0/18TH (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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38435EN 100 - -1PLE-C-EPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGERohrkemper JOpen5/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2304.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38436EN 100 - -1PLE-C-FPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEMoore TOpen3/18WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2034.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38437EN 100 - -1PLE-C-GPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38438EN 100 - -1PLE-C-HPLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEOpen12/18TH (03:30pm-04:50pm) 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38745EN 102 - -4WCH-C-AWCH SHAKESPEARE AND FILMMartin LOpen1/18MF (03:25pm-04:25pm) N 2124.00

WCH SHAKESPEARE AND FILM


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploration of Western culture via literary forms such as film, prose, and poetry, this course places cultural understandings in context and relates the past to the present. Since the course may vary in content, it may be repeated for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38453EN 103 - -5NCH-C-ANCH LITERARY CULTURE OF THE EASTStaff NCancelled0/04.00

NCH LITERARY CULTURE OF THE EAST


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploration of non-Western culture via literary forms such as film, prose, and poetry, this course places cultural understandings in context and relates the past to the present. Since the course may vary in content, it may be repeated for credit, provided the content is not duplicated. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38439EN 150 - -1PLE-C-APLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen1/5MF (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1124.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38440EN 185 - -EN - -AINTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL WRITINGDolson EOpen9/18TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2034.00

INTRODUCTION 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38441EN 200 - -EN - -AMAJOR BRITISH WRITERSAdams KOpen11/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2324.00

MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS


4.00 credits. A survey course designed to introduce majors to British poetry and prose of three or more literary periods. Students will develop the broad and close reading skills essential to the discipline by considering the structures, literary devices, and biographical and historical contexts of primary works. *Students in the literature and English Education concentrations should take this course as soon as possible after declaring an English major. Spring semester.




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38442EN 220 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRITLIT: RENAISSANCE MAN & WOMNMartin LOpen8/18MF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2124.00

WCH BRITLIT: RENAISSANCE MAN & WOMN


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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

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38443EN 230 - -4WCH-C-AWCH BRITLIT: ROMANTICISM, THE NATURE OF REVOLUTIONWebster Roberson SOpen1/18WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2014.00

WCH BRITLIT: ROMANTICISM, THE NATURE OF REVOLUTION


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

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38444EN 240 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMERICAN LITERATURE: REALISM RACE, GENDER AND MONEYRohrkemper JClosed0/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) H 1144.00

WCH AMERICAN LITERATURE: REALISM RACE, GENDER AND MONEY


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

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

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38445EN 245 - -9HUM-C-AHUM GROWING UP IN AMERICAHelb CClosed0/20MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 2044.00

HUM GROWING UP IN AMERICA


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) Through a careful reading of important American novels and biographies such as Tom Sawyer, Little Women, and Goodbye, Columbus, students will better understand the distinct experiences that comprise growing up in America. The particularities of American families, places, and cultures and the universality of shared problems, crises, challenges and joys will be explored. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38446EN 251 - -9HUM-C-AHUM MULTICULTURAL LITERATURERohrkemper JOpen1/20MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 2064.00

HUM MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course will examine cross-cultural experiences as reflected in contemporary American and world literature. Sample authors: Louise Erdrich, Toni Morrison, Ha Jin, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. *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%)
38447EN 281 - -3CE -C-ACE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYWaters JClosed0/20MF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2034.00

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

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38448EN 281 - -3CE -C-BCE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYFellinger RClosed0/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) ST 1014.00

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%)
38449EN 285 - -EN - -ABUSINESS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITINGMoore TOpen7/16WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2034.00

BUSINESS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITING


4.00 credits. This course is designed to strengthen each student's competence and confidence in business communication. Students will focus on the most common writing tasks in business and public relations, including instruction and practice in writing and laying-out display ads, news releases, brochures, newsletters, in-house proposals and business plans. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38450EN 286 - -EN - -ACREATIVE NON-FICTIONWaters JOpen7/16MF (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2034.00

CREATIVE NON-FICTION


4.00 credits. A readings and workshop course in literary nonfiction, this course acquaints students with the research and writing techniques used by writers of nonfiction and with the history of the genre. Students select their own writing projects from a variety of genres. *Professional Writing majors must have completed EN 185. Alternate years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38451EN 301 - -EN - -AENGLISH GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICSBiever-Grodzinski SOpen12/24MW (08:00am-09:20am) N 2342.00

ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICS


2.00 credits. A study of the four major approaches (i.e. prescriptive, descriptive, generative, and contextual) English grammar and English linguistics. This course includes a retrospective study of how the system of the English language was established and how the system has changed over time. Enrollees will extend their own knowledge of English grammar and linguistics and apply these concepts to their work in their selected fields of study. This course is intended for future English teachers; however, the course is open to all students. *Prerequisites: EN 100 or EN 150. Alternate spring semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38455EN 306 - -EN - -AMETHODS SEMINAR IN TEACHING LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITIONKantz SOpen11/18TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2064.00

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

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38457EN 307 - -EN - -ATESOL METHODS AND ASSESSMENTKrimmel EOpen23/25M (05:30pm-07:10pm) N 2324.00

TESOL METHODS AND ASSESSMENT


4.00 credits. This course will cover fundamental principles and theories of language instruction and acquisition to prepare students to work with English language learners in many contexts. Through a variety of exploratory activities, accompanied by an extensive reading and discussion of the research and practices related to language instruction, students will form a strong foundation to build a communicative teaching practice while learning how assessment can inform language instruction. The course provides opportunities for peer-teaching, TESOL class observation, and tutoring or teaching English to non-native speakers. *Prerequisites: Modern or Ancient Languages 112 or higher, EN 201, and EN 301.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38454EN 319 - -EN - -ATHEMES: BAD ROMANCE: LITERATURE AND FILMAdams KOpen6/20TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2304.00

THEMES: BAD ROMANCE: LITERATURE AND FILM


4.00 credits. This course examines selected literary themes and traditions and utilizes a variety of critical perspectives. Recent topics include Irish literature and Magical Realism. *Since the course may vary in focus, it may be taken twice for credit, provided the content is not duplicated.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38456EN 420 - -EN - -ABRITISH AUTHORS (PRE-1800): COLERIDGE AND WORDSWORTHSWebster Roberson SOpen7/15WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2014.00

BRITISH AUTHORS (PRE-1800): COLERIDGE AND WORDSWORTHS


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

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38429HEN100 - -1PLE-H-AHNR PLE WRITING AND LANGUAGEDolson EOpen4/1601/13/2020 - 05/08/20204.00

HNR 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (100% Online)
38430HEN150 - -1PLE-H-AHNR PLE ADVANCED WRITING AND LANGUAGEFellinger ROpen8/10MF (12:30pm-01:50pm) H 1124.00

HNR 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38452LAT112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY LATIN 2Besse JOpen15/16MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) H 1124.00

PLO ELEMENTARY LATIN 2


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) This class is designed for students to continue their study of the Latin language and the history, philosophy, religion, literature, and sentiments expressed by it. Students will build on the knowledge learned in Latin 1 by exploring more advanced concepts in the structure and grammar of the language. Additionally, this course will provide students with an understanding of Roman history and culture in order to further their ability to make informed translations of Latin into English. Class sessions will include discussion of new grammatical concepts, reading practice, review of homework assignments, and discussion of cultural nuances. Because the course is designed to develop the ability to read Latin, quizzes and exams will emphasize translation from Latin into English. Some homework exercises, however, will ask students to translate English into Latin. *Prerequisites: LAT 111 or two years of high school Latin courses. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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ET
38672CP 130 - -ET - -APROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALSMacKenzie TOpen3/25T (02:00pm-02:50pm) E 1871.00

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND DEFINING CAREER GOALS


1.00 credit. This course is designed to assist juniors or seniors 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38673CP 150 - -ET - -ACAREER AND PURPOSEFUL PATHWAYSNini JOpen9/20T (03:00pm-03:50pm) N 2021.00

CAREER AND PURPOSEFUL PATHWAYS


1.00 credit. Career and Purposeful Pathways is designed to assist students who are clarifying majors and exploring career options. Students will have the opportunity to reflect on their interests, values, and skills/strengths and how these may impact their career related decisions. Additionally, students will develop a framework for career planning that they can use during their college experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38425HON201 - -ET -N-AHNR ELIZABETHTOWN HISTORY: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY (PHS 201)Benowitz JOpen10/16TH (09:30am-10:20am) W 0012.00

HNR ELIZABETHTOWN HISTORY: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY (PHS 201)


2.00 credits. This research seminar will provide sophomores in the Honors program with an understanding of the practice of local history and an understanding of local history's relationship to other branches of historical studies as well as a wide variety of academic disciplines. The course is based on the study of local history as a means for Honors students to examine the people who built the local community while they, as sophomores, discern the path of their own educational and life journey. Honors students will research local history, write about local history, reflect on their research about local history and their own lives, and share their knowledge of local history and what they have learned about their own personal development both as individuals and as leaders on campus. Through the study of local history, students will gain an appreciation of the importance and context of place and how their own contributions impact the larger community. In keeping with the themes of real world learning, signature learning experiences, and community-based learning, students will have the opportunity to develop their own hands-on projects in areas such as oral history, archival research, and grant writing and personally engage with members of the campus and local communities through field trips, site visits, and guest lectures. As a primary feature of this course, the local community (the College campus, Elizabethtown Borough, and Lancaster County) will serve as a learning laboratory. Honors students will learn how to take notice of the environment in which they live, recognize how it developed, and offer ideas about how it should grow. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38428HON205 - -ET -N-AHNR LEADERSHIP THEORY AND PERSONAL NARRATIVEBenowitz JOpen6/12MF (11:00am-12:20pm) MA 22072.00

HNR LEADERSHIP THEORY AND PERSONAL NARRATIVE


2.00 credits. This Honors seminar examines a wide variety of theories, practices, models, and examples of leadership. Students will discern types of leadership skills they possess, and leadership skills they wish to develop. Course content will focus broadly on leadership theory and studies in grand strategy. Student will research and discuss leadership theories and practices in a field of their choosing. Students will write a personal leadership narrative which can be used in applications for grants, graduate schools, employment, competitive post graduate scholarships and fellowships.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38427HON301 - -ET -N-AHNR THESIS PREPARATIONNewsome WOpen13/15By Arrangement1.00

HNR THESIS PREPARATION


1.00 credit. A foundation for successfully developing and writing the Honors Senior Thesis through becoming familiar with writing and research approaches of the student's chosen discipline; strengthening writing and oral presentation skills; developing a timetable with deadlines for defining the scope of work and managing its completion; completing a working bibliography and a research proposal for an Honors Senior Thesis Project; and becoming more confident and capable of successfully completing a year-long thesis project with minimal supervision from a professor. Credit counts toward senior thesis requirement. To be taken spring semester of Junior year. Graded Pass/No Pass. Honors students only.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
FP
38506ART105 - -3CE -C-ACE DRAWING IBurns DClosed0/18MW (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:

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38507ART105 - -3CE -C-BCE DRAWING IArnold KClosed0/18TH (09:30am-10:45am) 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:

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38508ART105 - -3CE -C-CCE DRAWING IBye JClosed0/18MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) 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:

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38524ART106 - -3CE -C-ACE CERAMICS IFriedly MClosed0/10T (05:00pm-09:00pm) 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

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38509ART120 - -3CE -C-ACE SCULPTURE IFriedly MClosed0/12MW (03:30pm-06:20pm) ST 1114.00

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:

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38144ART145 - -3CE -C-ACE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)Hughes KClosed12/18MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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

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ART145 - -3CE -C-ALAB - CE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (COM 145)MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 210
38510ART157 - -4WCH-C-AWCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART IIRicci PClosed0/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) ST 1144.00

WCH INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART II


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A continuation of Art 155, this course traces the development of the fine arts in Europe from the 14th to the 20th centuries, including the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, Romantic and Modernist movements. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38528ART204 - -3CE -C-ACE FUNDAMENTALS OF COLOR AND DESIGNArnold KClosed0/12MW (09:30am-10:45am) ST 1014.00

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

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38511ART205 - -FP - -APAINTING IArnold KClosed0/7MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) 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

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38512ART206 - -FP - -ACERAMICS IIFriedly MClosed0/3T (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 1114.00

CERAMICS II


4.00 credits. An intermediate-level course with emphasis on developing and refining studio techniques and integration of form and idea. *Prerequisite: ART 106. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38525ART207 - -FP - -AINTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGNEberly LClosed0/18MW (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

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38513ART209 - -FP - -ATYPOGRAPHY AND TEXT DESIGNWeikel DClosed0/15F (12:30pm-03:20pm) ST 2104.00

TYPOGRAPHY AND TEXT DESIGN


4.00 credits. Typography is integral to the total design of all visual communication. This course introduces students to the history of typography and its importance in print, fine arts, product design, logos, websites, blogs, and other visual media. Students will learn to identify the component parts of the letterform and experiment with a variety of design techniques from traditional calligraphy to digital applications. Graphic designers, artist and writers will develop an individualized typographic voice and creative style.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

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38514ART210 - -FP - -ADRAWING IIGeib JOpen8/18TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1084.00

DRAWING II


4.00 credits. An intermediate-level course that stresses further conceptual, pictorial and technical development beyond Drawing I, with an emphasis on personal theme and content. *Prerequisite: ART 105, or permission of the instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

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38526ART230 - -FP - -AAMERICAN ARTRicci POpen12/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1014.00

AMERICAN ART


4.00 credits. A survey of American painting, sculpture and architecture from the Colonial era through the 20th century. Issues discussed include the artists' roles in representing national identity, the wilderness, the frontier and the city, and the American contributions to photography, the moving picture, and the skyscraper. Fall semester, even-numbered years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38515ART251 - -FP - -APRINTMAKING IFriedly MOpen2/8MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 1104.00

PRINTMAKING I


4.00 credits. Practice in the methods of relief, intaglio and monotype, and instruction in the use of the printer's machinery. *Prerequisite: ART 105, or permission of the instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38516ART280 - -5NCH-C-ANCH WORLD ARCHITECTURERicci PClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1144.00

NCH WORLD ARCHITECTURE


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) History of World Architecture is an exploration of the history, theory and design of iconic buildings from pre-history to the 21st century. The course is organized by building function: sacred spaces (places of worship, monuments), civic architecture and urban planning; residential architecture and commercial and recreational architecture.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38517ART305 - -FP - -APAINTING IIArnold KClosed0/2MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1094.00

PAINTING II


4.00 credits. An intermediate-level course with emphasis on developing and refining technique and concept. A continuation of the formal issues surrounding color and composition presented in Art 205. *Prerequisite: ART 204 or ART 205. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38527ART315 - -FP - -AART EDUCATION METHODOLOGIES & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT - SECONDARYBurns DOpen10/10By Arrangement4.00

ART EDUCATION METHODOLOGIES & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT - SECONDARY


4.00 credits. This course prepares Art Certification candidates to develop a visual arts curriculum for the seventh through the 12th grades that meets Pennsylvania Standards for the Arts & Humanities. Students will develop age-appropriate lesson plans for middle and secondary school that include two- and three-dimensional works of art, aesthetics and multicultural traditions of art history. They learn appropriate instructional methodologies and assessment strategies for a diverse population of adolescents, including those with special needs. Methods of managing a safe instructional environment conducive to creativity will be taught. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a classroom under the supervision of a certified art teacher. *Prerequisites: ED 105 and ED 150 or ED 151, and SED 222; and formal acceptance into the Art Education program. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

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38518ART320 - -FP - -ASCULPTURE IIFriedly MClosed0/2MW (03:30pm-06:20pm) ST 1114.00

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

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38519ART352 - -FP - -APRINTMAKING IIStaff NCancelled0/04.00

PRINTMAKING II


4.00 credits. A continuation of Art 251 with further exploration in the methods of relief, intaglio and monotype printmaking and further instruction in the use of the printer's machinery. *Prerequisite: ART 251. Spring semester, as needed.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38742ART370 - -FP - -ADATA VISUALIZATIONWeikel DOpen16/18F (09:30am-12:20pm) ST 2103.00

DATA VISUALIZATION


3.00 credits. Students will develop provocative and information designs by analyzing, collecting, and navigating relevant data, to express it in a visual form. *Prerequisite(s): ART 207 or permission by instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38720ART371 - -FP - -AARCHITECTURAL MATERIALS AND METHODSWunderlich JOpen2/7W (04:00pm-05:40pm) E 2733.00

ARCHITECTURAL MATERIALS AND METHODS


3.00 credits. Materials and methods in architectural design. A balance of aesthetics, functionality, and cost-effectiveness are stressed, as well as seamlessly integrating the built environment with nature. Case studies from around the world are analyzed, and students design to LEED standards.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38520ART401 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICSFriedly MOpen1/1T (05:00pm-09:00pm) ST 1114.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN CERAMICS


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




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

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38521ART402 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN DRAWINGGeib JClosed0/2TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1084.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN DRAWING


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




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 50.00

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38522ART403 - -FP - -AADVANCED STUDIES IN PAINTINGArnold KClosed0/3MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) ST 1094.00

ADVANCED STUDIES IN PAINTING


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




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

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38747ART406 - -FP - -AADVANCED DIGITAL ARTSEberly LClosed0/16MW (03:30pm-04:50pm) ST 2104.00

ADVANCED DIGITAL ARTS


4.00 credits. Advanced Digital Arts is a studio class that builds on the basic techniques of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Students will experiment with advanced software techniques to master dynamic manipulation, color filters, blending textures, lighting techniques, layers and masks in order to produce original works of computer-generated art and imaginative graphic design solutions. The course examines copyright laws and copyright infringement as it applies to work downloaded from the web and other sources. *Prerequisites: COM 130 or ART 207.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

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38213ART495 - -FP - -AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO I (EGR495)Ricci P, Wunderlich JOpen7/7W (04:00pm-05:40pm) E 2732.00

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO I (EGR495)


2.00 credits. Architectural Design studio course offered every Spring with rotating architectural case studies taught by full-time faculty and visiting Architects. Case studies are repeated no less than every two years so that students in Studio I and Studio II can participate in the same lectures. Independent student design work in Studio I and II is required to be documented in an electronic portfolio; and professional documentation, drawings, and oral defense of architectural designs are required. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38215ART496 - -FP - -AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO II (EGR 496)Wunderlich JOpen7/7W (04:00pm-05:40pm) E 2732.00

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO II (EGR 496)


2.00 credits. Architectural Design studio course offered every Spring with rotating architectural case studies taught by full-time faculty and visiting Architects. Case studies are repeated no less than every two years so that students in Studio I and Studio II can participate in the same lectures. Independent student design work in Studio I and II is required to be documented in an electronic portfolio; and professional documentation, drawings, and oral defense of architectural designs are required. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. 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%)
38523ART498 - -FP - -ASENIOR EXHIBITIONFriedly MClosed0/5TH (09:30am-10:45am)2.00

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. 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%)
37957DA 101 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO MODERN DANCEPontz KOpen11/20TH (10:00am-10:50am) 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

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37958DA 103 - -3CE -C-ACE INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ DANCEPontz KOpen8/20TH (12:30pm-01:20pm) BSC STD2.00

CE INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ DANCE


2.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Jazz dance techniques emphasizing a range of styles, incorporating the Limon technique, classical show jazz and funk for the beginner. Course work includes full jazz warm-ups, classical jazz technique/terminology, floor work, conditioning and performance of dance combinations. Class also includes reading, discussions, viewing and writing about jazz dance. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38122FPA490 - -FP - -AARTS ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY (BA 490)Staff NCancelled0/02.00

ARTS ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY (BA 490)


2.00 credits. Arts Administration Strategy is a project-based capstone course for the Minor in Arts Administration. It brings together the many strands and themes of the Arts Administration curriculum and gives students the opportunity to synthesize concepts and develop analytical, presentation, professional, and career readiness skills. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Project.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38328MU 100 - -FP - -AREPERTOIRE CLASSBomberger EOpen21/65M (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

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38329MU 102 - -FP - -ATHEORY IINelson POpen12/25MF (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1252.00

THEORY II


2.00 credits. This course is a continuation of MU 101, and focuses on diatonic melodic and harmonic practices of tonal music including melodic phrase analysis, four-part diatonic harmonic progressions, and an introduction to secondary chords. *Prerequisite: MU 101 *Corequisites: MU 104. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38330MU 104 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IIShorner-Johnson KOpen13/15MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS II


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 103 including chromaticism, modulation, modes and more difficult rhythms and intervals, C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 103, or permission of the instructor, and corequisites: MU 102. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38331MU 104 - -FP - -BAURAL SKILLS IIShorner-Johnson KOpen2/15MW (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1021.00

AURAL SKILLS II


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 103 including chromaticism, modulation, modes and more difficult rhythms and intervals, C clefs. *Prerequisite: MU 103, or permission of the instructor, and corequisites: MU 102. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38332MU 111 - -FP - -AVOICE CLASSBomberger TOpen8/15TH (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

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38333MU 118 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIBadgerow JOpen1/10TH (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS II


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 117, including more difficult harmonic progressions and technical 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38334MU 118 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IIBadgerow JOpen6/10TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS II


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 117, including more difficult harmonic progressions and technical 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38335MU 119 - -FP - -AGUITAR CLASS ICullen DOpen2/15M (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%)
38336MU 119 - -FP - -BGUITAR CLASS ICullen DOpen9/15M (12:30pm-01:50pm) 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

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38337MU 125 - -4WCH-C-AWCH AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC FROM RAGTIME TO ROCKBomberger EOpen3/29MW (09:30am-10:50am) 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

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38338MU 130 - -FP - -ASURVEY OF MUSIC EDUCATIONShorner-Johnson KOpen12/15F (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1261.00

SURVEY OF MUSIC EDUCATION


1.00 credit. This course is the future music educator's first exposure to the profession. Students study the history of music education in the United States and philosophical influences on the profession. Students begin to explore the role of teacher through peer-teaching episodes and discussions. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38339MU 150 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL SEMINARBehrens GOpen8/35W (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

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38340MU 152 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY AND CLINICAL POPULATIONSFrantz EOpen7/15TH (09:30am-10:50am) Z 1252.00

MUSIC THERAPY AND CLINICAL POPULATIONS


2.00 credits. The use of music therapy within various clinical populations is emphasized. Content includes a survey of a variety of populations with whom music therapists work, focusing on the characteristics and needs of each group, general treatment approaches, and methods for incorporating music therapy. Students complete their first pre-practicum experience, observing one clinical experience throughout the semester. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 1. *Prerequisites: MU 151, and Music Therapy majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38341MU 202 - -FP - -ATHEORY IVHaines JOpen14/25TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) Z 1252.00

THEORY IV


2.00 credits. This course is a continuation of MU 201, and focuses on techniques and materials of music since 1900. This will include tonal, atonal, and serial methods and materials, rhythmic and metric practices, and post-tonal formal constructs. *Prerequisite: MU 201. *Corequisite: MU 204. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38342MU 204 - -FP - -AAURAL SKILLS IVBadgerow JOpen3/15MW (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1251.00

AURAL SKILLS IV


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 203 with concentration on reading atonal melodies and 20th-century material. *Prerequisite: MU 203. *Corequisite: MU 202. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38343MU 205 - -5NCH-C-ANCH WORLD MUSICShorner-Johnson KClosed0/20TH (08:00am-09:15am) N 2054.00

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

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38344MU 212 - -FP - -AMUSIC HISTORY: 1850 TO THE PRESENTBomberger EOpen18/29MWF (08:00am-09:15am) Z 1024.00

MUSIC HISTORY: 1850 TO THE PRESENT


4.00 credits. A broad study of the technical, stylistic and social/historical developments related to Western music and musicians beginning around the year 1850, and continuing to the present. *Prerequisite: MU 102 or permission of the instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38345MU 218 - -FP - -AFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IVBraun CClosed0/10TH (08:00am-08:50am) Z 1121.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IV


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 217 involving further scale harmonizations, modulations, transpositions and emphasizing a variety of accompaniment styles. *Prerequisite: MU 217. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38346MU 218 - -FP - -BFUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IVStaff NCancelled0/01.00

FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD SKILLS IV


1.00 credit. A continuation of Music 217 involving further scale harmonizations, modulations, transpositions and emphasizing a variety of accompaniment styles. *Prerequisite: MU 217. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38347MU 236 - -FP - -APERCUSSION FOR MUSIC THERAPYBehrenshausen BOpen3/12H (04:30pm-05:20pm) Z 1261.00

PERCUSSION FOR MUSIC THERAPY


1.00 credit. Students learn to play, teach and care for snare drum, trap set, barrel type drums, frame drums, and auxiliary percussion instruments. Individual and small ensemble performances are an integral part of this course and discussions about incorporating the skills and concepts into music therapy sessions. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38410MU 237 - -FP - -ASTRING CLASSVaughn NClosed0/6M (10:50am-12:30pm) Z 1011.00

STRING CLASS


1.00 credit. Method of tone production, fingerings, care and repair, and methods and materials for teaching violin and cello in individual and class settings. *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

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38348MU 253 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IIFrantz EOpen8/15TH (11:00am-12:15pm) Z 1253.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES II


3.00 credits. A continuation of Music 241 involving the further development of non-music and music skills and concepts related to conducting entry-level music therapy sessions. Includes the study of behavioral techniques, beginning counseling interaction skills, and other music and non-music methods and techniques employed within a music therapist's clinical work. Hours: lecture 2, laboratory 1. *Prerequisite: MU 241. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38349MU 254 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES I: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen7/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES I: 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 achieve entry-level professional, preparation, delivery, and documentation skills related to the practice of music therapy. *Prerequisites: MU 241 and a Pass on the pre-clinical proficiency assignment and Music Therapy majors only. 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%)
38350MU 268 - -3CE -C-ACE VOICEGross AOpen11/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38351MU 268 - -3CE -C-BCE VOICEMekeel AOpen18/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

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38352MU 268 - -3CE -C-CCE VOICEDrackley POpen15/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

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38353MU 268 - -3CE -C-DCE VOICEBomberger TOpen20/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38354MU 269 - -3CE -C-ACE PIANOBadgerow JOpen20/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38355MU 269 - -3CE -C-BCE PIANOBomberger EOpen23/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38356MU 269 - -3CE -C-CCE PIANOBraun COpen21/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38357MU 270 - -3CE -C-ACE ORGANCiucci AOpen25/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38358MU 271 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLINVaughn NOpen18/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38359MU 272 - -3CE -C-ACE VIOLAVaughn NOpen25/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38360MU 273 - -3CE -C-ACE CELLOMale SOpen24/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38361MU 274 - -3CE -C-ACE STRING BASSHowell DOpen25/25By 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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38362MU 275 - -3CE -C-ACE GUITARCullen DOpen18/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38363MU 276 - -3CE -C-ACE FLUTENelson POpen19/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38364MU 277 - -3CE -C-ACE CLARINETShiffer FOpen22/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38365MU 278 - -3CE -C-ACE OBOEFrantz EOpen24/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38366MU 279 - -3CE -C-ACE BASSOONFrantz EOpen23/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38367MU 280 - -3CE -C-ACE SAXOPHONEShiffer FOpen22/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38368MU 281 - -3CE -C-ACE TRUMPETHillard LOpen24/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38369MU 282 - -3CE -C-ACE FRENCH HORNStaherski COpen25/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38370MU 283 - -3CE -C-ACE TROMBONEMoore II GOpen23/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38371MU 284 - -3CE -C-ACE EUPHONIUMMoore II GOpen25/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38372MU 285 - -3CE -C-ACE TUBAMoore II GOpen24/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38373MU 286 - -3CE -C-ACE PERCUSSIONBehrenshausen BOpen21/251.00

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: 460.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38374MU 322 - -FP - -ACONDUCTING IIFritz MOpen12/15TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) Z 2042.00

CONDUCTING II


2.00 credits. A continuation of Music 321. *Prerequisite: MU 321. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38375MU 330 - -FP - -AGENERAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALSShorner-Johnson KOpen12/15MW (09:30am-10:20am) Z 1262.00

GENERAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS


2.00 credits. Preparation for students to teach elementary, middle and high school general music classes. Students are expected to plan and deliver general music lessons, interpret and apply contemporary music education pedagogies, and develop evaluative techniques and abilities that can be applied to the assessment of student progress and curriculum objectives. *Corequisite: MU 331. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38376MU 331 - -FP - -AGENERAL MUSIC FIELD EXPERIENCEShorner-Johnson KOpen12/15By Arrangement1.00

GENERAL MUSIC FIELD EXPERIENCE


1.00 credit. Practical application of the skills learned in Music 330. Observations and field placement in a general music setting is required. *Corequisite: MU 330. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38377MU 332 - -FP - -AMUSIC TECHNOLOGYFritz MOpen7/7W (02:00pm-02:50pm) Z 1141.00

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY


1.00 credit. Students develop and practice skills in music technology and technology needed for admittance to the education department. Students review current trends in music Computer Aided Instruction, develop skills in the use of audio- and video-recording equipment, and gain expertise in the use of various music production-related software and computer databases. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38411MU 332 - -FP - -BMUSIC TECHNOLOGYFritz MOpen7/7W (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1141.00

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY


1.00 credit. Students develop and practice skills in music technology and technology needed for admittance to the education department. Students review current trends in music Computer Aided Instruction, develop skills in the use of audio- and video-recording equipment, and gain expertise in the use of various music production-related software and computer databases. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38378MU 354 - -FP - -ACLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION IIHaines JOpen16/25TH (09:30am-10:20am) Z 2042.00

CLINICAL IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION II


2.00 credits. The second in a two-course sequence focusing on developing music improvisation and composition skills for use in the practice of music therapy. More advanced improvisation skills on voice, piano, and guitar will be addressed with more emphasis on the clinical context. Composition tasks will focus on adapting and arranging existing and original pieces for use in the clinic. *Prerequisites: MU 353. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38379MU 355 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES II: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen14/15By 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%)
38380MU 356 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES III: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen9/15By Arrangement1.00

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES III: 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 become more independent in the application of music therapy skills related to the preparation, delivery, and documentation of clinical work. *Prerequisite: MU 355. 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%)
38381MU 358 - -FP - -APSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS IBehrens GOpen7/15TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) Z 1263.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC AND RESEARCH METHODS I


3.00 credits. Beginning with a brief introduction to the research literature that the students read and an overview of the research process, the course then examines the literature on various topics related to acoustics and the psychology of music while discussing how the information applies to the practice of music therapy. Students review the literature on topics related to their chosen future research study, which will be conducted the following semester. *Prerequisites: MU 253 and 254, MA 251, BIO 101 and 201. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38382MU 360B- -FP - -ACHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II GOpen40/44By 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%)
38383MU 360B- -FP - -BCHAMBER ENSEMBLE BRASSMoore II GOpen43/44By Arrangement0.00

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%)
38384MU 360C- -FP - -AWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer FOpen27/35By 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%)
38385MU 360C- -FP - -BWOODWIND ENSEMBLEShiffer FOpen29/350.00

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%)
38386MU 360E- -FP - -AFLUTE CHOIRNelson POpen38/44F (02:00pm-02:50pm) 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%)
38387MU 360E- -FP - -BFLUTE CHOIRNelson POpen41/44F (02:00pm-02:50pm) 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%)
38388MU 360F- -FP - -APERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen BOpen36/44H (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%)
38389MU 360F- -FP - -BPERCUSSION ENSEMBLEBehrenshausen BOpen38/44H (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%)
38390MU 360P- -FP - -APIANO ENSEMBLEBadgerow JOpen4/8H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.50

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%)
38391MU 360P- -FP - -BPIANO ENSEMBLEBadgerow JOpen7/8H (03:30pm-04:20pm) Z 2050.00

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%)
38392MU 360S- -FP - -ASTRING ENSEMBLEMale SOpen2/50.50

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%)
38393MU 360S- -FP - -BSTRING ENSEMBLEMale SOpen4/50.00

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%)
38394MU 361 - -3CE -C-ACE CONCERT CHOIRFritz MOpen30/44TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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%)
38395MU 361 - -FP - -BCONCERT CHOIRFritz MOpen41/44TH (11:00am-12:20pm) 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%)
38396MU 363 - -3CE -C-ACE COMMUNITY CHORUSFritz MOpen43/72T (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%)
38397MU 363 - -FP - -BCOMMUNITY CHORUSFritz MOpen61/72T (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%)
38398MU 364 - -3CE -C-ACE TREBLE CHOIRGross AOpen13/36W (06:30pm-08:20pm) LC PERF1.00

CE TREBLE CHOIR


1.00 credit. (Creative Expression Core Course) Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body who sings in the treble range (soprano/alto) 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%)
38399MU 364 - -FP - -BTREBLE CHOIRGross AOpen25/36W (06:30pm-08:20pm) LC PERF0.00

TREBLE CHOIR


0.00 credits. Vocal ensemble open to any member of the student body who sings in the treble range (soprano/alto) by audition. Literature performed will include works from the standard choral repertoire, contemporary selections, and music of varying cultures and periods. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38400MU 365 - -3CE -C-ACE ORCHESTRAAlbrycht MOpen25/44T (05:00pm-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%)
38401MU 365 - -FP - -BORCHESTRAAlbrycht MOpen40/44T (05:00pm-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%)
38402MU 368 - -FP - -AJAZZ BANDMoore II GOpen28/44W (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%)
38403MU 368 - -FP - -BJAZZ BANDMoore II GOpen36/44W (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%)
38404MU 369 - -3CE -C-ACE SYMPHONIC BANDLeitzel GOpen25/60MW (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%)
38405MU 369 - -FP - -BSYMPHONIC BANDLeitzel GOpen32/44MW (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

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38412MU 419 - -FP - -ACOUNTERPOINTHaines JOpen11/15TH (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1162.00

COUNTERPOINT


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




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38406MU 440 - -FP - -AARRANGINGHaines JOpen10/15MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) Z 1252.00

ARRANGING


2.00 credits. Arranging and transcribing music for large and small ensembles. Class performance of student works is combined with a study of the characteristics of the human voice and each standard orchestral instrument/instrumental group. *Prerequisites: MU 204.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38407MU 457 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES IV: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen24/25By 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

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38408MU 458 - -FP - -APRACTICAL EXPERIENCES V: MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GOpen21/25By 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

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38409MU 459 - -FP - -AMUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IVBehrens GOpen10/15TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) Z 1263.00

MUSIC THERAPY METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IV


3.00 credits. A study of various philosophies, theories and practices as related to the implementation of treatment within music therapy. Emphasis is on the integration of the theories and concepts/skills associated with various music and non-music methods and techniques to the practice of music therapy, as well as professional employment issues. *Prerequisite: MU 357.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38846MU 475 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC EDUCATIONShorner-Johnson KOpen4/5By Arrangement12.00

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC EDUCATION


12.00 credits. Teaching experience and observation in elementary and secondary music classes. Instrumental and vocal emphases vary with students strengths and needs. *Corequisite: ED 497. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38840MU 479 - -FP - -APROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC THERAPYBehrens GClosed0/5By 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

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38820MU 490 - -FP - -AINDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MUSICBehrens GOpen6/9By Arrangement1.00

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MUSIC


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). An independent research project in music under the close supervision of a faculty member. Topics for research are chosen in an area of interest to both persons. 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

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37959TH 105 - -9HUM-C-AHUM INTRODUCTION TO THEATREWolf-Spencer ROpen25/35MWF (09:30am-10:45am) N 2324.00

HUM INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) An introduction to the various interrelated arts and disciplines that make up theatre performance and production, such as acting, playwriting, directing and design. Emphasis is on history, literature and theory as realized in performance. Texts provide a common language for discussion, and further support is drawn from videos, script analysis and play attendance.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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37960TH 165 - -3CE -C-ACE BASIC ACTINGSwanson MOpen14/24MWF (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

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37963TH 230 - -FP - -AMOVEMENT FOR THE ACTORMastrobuono TOpen21/25MWF (08:30am-09:20am) BSC TEMP4.00

MOVEMENT FOR THE ACTOR


4.00 credits. This course is designed to expand awareness of the actor's body as an effective, clear means of communicating character and given circumstances, of cultivating the ability of the body to be affected by emotion and ideas, and of mining its ability to put objectives into active play. Experiential exercises develop the body's readiness and expressiveness. *Prerequisite: TH 165. Register by Instructor. Alternate spring semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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37964TH 255 - -3CE -C-ACE FUNDAMENTALS OF THEATRICAL DESIGNWolf-Spencer ROpen6/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) N 2074.00

CE FUNDAMENTALS OF THEATRICAL DESIGN


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) This course offers an introduction to the four major areas of theatrical design: scenery, lighting, costume and sound. Using theatrical texts as a springboard for the development of theoretical design work, students develop their own aesthetic sensibilities and the visual and verbal skills to express themselves in terms of basic theatrical design. While this course utilizes hands-on artistic techniques, a thinking, curious mind is the primary tool. Alternate spring semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38041TH 305 - -FP -C-ATHEATRE METHODSShorner-Johnson KOpen12/12F (02:00pm-03:40pm) Z 1262.00

THEATRE METHODS


2.00 credits. This course will prepare the future theatre educator to teach theatre arts and drama in various educational environments. Students will acquire knowledge about child development, legal and professional obligations of the theatre teacher, and varied pedagogical approaches to theatre education. Much of the course will focus on creative drama processes - engagement in theatre without and end product in mind - to supplement more traditional production-based skills. Students will explore strategies for communicating script development, improvisation, and other theatrical skills to students across grades K-12, and will be mindful of adapting content to be inclusive and developmentally appropriate. The course requires dedicated time in a field placement setting to demonstrate course competencies.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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37965TH 340 - -FP - -AMODERN AND CONTEMPORARY DRAMA: FROM REALISM TO THE PRESENTSwanson MOpen31/35MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2053.00

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY DRAMA: FROM REALISM TO THE PRESENT


3.00 credits. A study in comparative drama and theory of the modern era, from the 19th century beginnings of realism, through expressionism and the theatre of the absurd, and to the eclectic work of the contemporary theatre. *Prerequisite: TH 105. Alternate spring semesters.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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37961TH 350 - -FP - -ADESIGN AND PRODUCTION PRACTICUMWolf-Spencer ROpen25/25By 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%)
37962TH 360 - -FP - -APERFORMANCE PRACTICUMSwanson MOpen25/25By Arrangement1.00

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

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38757TH 400 - -FP - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN THEATRESwanson MOpen13/14By 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 Experience. Register by Instructor. Offered as needed.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38758TH 400 - -FP - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN THEATREWolf-Spencer ROpen13/14By 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 Experience. Register by Instructor. Offered as needed.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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HI
38463HI 102 - -9HUM-C-AHUM UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1877Brown DOpen5/35TH (11:00am-12:15pm) N 2104.00

HUM UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1877


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course examines the history of the United States from America’s late nineteenth century industrial revolution to 9/11 and its aftermath. Emphasis will be on the nation’s rise as an economic and military superpower, its political development, and its multicultural identity.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38697HI 112 - -5NCH-C-ANCH HISTORY OF MODERN ASIAKenley DClosed0/1501/13/2020 - 05/08/20204.00

NCH HISTORY OF MODERN ASIA


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course examines the history of Asia from approximately 1500 until the present day. It will focus on cross-cultural contacts within Asia and with the West. By semester's end, students will have a better appreciation of Asia in our international community, and will better understand the cultural, political, intellectual and economic factors that have influenced this region's history. *Prerequisite: Power of Language English Core course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38464HI 115 - -4WCH-C-AWCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION IIDensford KOpen28/35MW (09:30am-10:45am) N 2074.00

WCH WESTERN CIVILIZATION II


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An exploration of historical developments that dominated Western civilization from 1500 through the present. Emphasis will be placed on the role of politics, economics, culture, religion and ideology in shaping modern society in Europe and the United States.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38781HI 170 - -4WCH-C-AIMMIGRATION AND AMERICAN IDENTITYNolt SOpen7/24MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) YC CLSRM4.00

IMMIGRATION AND AMERICAN IDENTITY


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) Immigration has been a central feature of personal and national identity in the United States, and a highly contested part of American culture and politics. We will examine how and why this aspect of human history—the movement of people across national borders and cultural boundaries—has produced patterns of inclusion, exclusion, assimilation, and discrimination, and how immigration connects with economics, family, and public policy




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38465HI 224 - -HI - -APA HISTORY & GOVERNMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATORS (ED 224)Finley-Bowman ROpen24/24MW (09:30am-10:50am) N 1294.00

PA HISTORY & GOVERNMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATORS (ED 224)


4.00 credits. This course surveys political, economic, social and cultural developments in the Commonwealth from Penn's Charter until the present day, with special consideration of the key topics covered under the PDE standards for the Early Adolescent and Adolescent educators. Agriculture, technology, ethnicity and immigration, urbanization, civics, government and democratization are central themes. This course examines major historical themes and, where applicable, introduces key historiographical concepts and debates. *Prerequisite(s): ED 105, and ED 150 or ED 151. Provisional or formal acceptance into Education Program required. Fall semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38696HI 300 - -HI - -ABRETHREN IN CHINABach J, Kenley DOpen18/20TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) YC CLSRM4.00

BRETHREN IN CHINA


4.00 credits. This course investigates the history of Brethren missionary activities in China between 1908 and 1952, highlighting the impact of these activities on gender roles, national identity, and peacemaking.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38467HI 304 - -HI - -ASECTIONALISM AND CIVIL WARBrown DOpen1/14TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) 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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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38466HI 325 - -HI - -ATHE BEATLES: A CULTURAL HISTORYBrown DOpen4/14T (06:00pm-08:30pm) W 2044.00

THE BEATLES: A CULTURAL HISTORY


4.00 credits. More than a popular musical group, the Beatles (c. 1960 - 1970), embodied many of the deep changes moving through Western culture in the sixties. Their "long" hair, androgynous look, and genius for producing sounds and lyrics that established rather than followed trends, were all part of the Beatles' mystique. This course will evaluate the Beatles' music and how it came to be associated with youth, liberation, "choice," and, various forms of protest.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38468HI 340 - -HI - -ASTUDIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY: THE HOLOCAUSTDensford KClosed0/14MW (03:30pm-04:45pm) W 2044.00

STUDIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY: THE HOLOCAUST


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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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38426PHS201 - -HI - -AELIZABETHTOWN HISTORY: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY (HON 201)Benowitz JOpen16/16TH (09:30am-10:20am) W 0012.00

ELIZABETHTOWN HISTORY: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY (HON 201)


2.00 credits. This research seminar will provide sophomores in the Honors program with an understanding of the practice of local history and an understanding of local history's relationship to other branches of historical studies as well as a wide variety of academic disciplines. The course is based on the study of local history as a means for Honors students to examine the people who built the local community while they, as sophomores, discern the path of their own educational and life journey. Honors students will research local history, write about local history, reflect on their research about local history and their own lives, and share their knowledge of local history and what they have learned about their own personal development both as individuals and as leaders on campus. Through the study of local history, students will gain an appreciation of the importance and context of place and how their own contributions impact the larger community. In keeping with the themes of real world learning, signature learning experiences, and community-based learning, students will have the opportunity to develop their own hands-on projects in areas such as oral history, archival research, and grant writing and personally engage with members of the campus and local communities through field trips, site visits, and guest lectures. As a primary feature of this course, the local community (the College campus, Elizabethtown Borough, and Lancaster County) will serve as a learning laboratory. Honors students will learn how to take notice of the environment in which they live, recognize how it developed, and offer ideas about how it should grow. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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IL
38228ILS105 - -9HUM-C-AHUM EXPLORING INTERFAITH LEADERSHIP AND SERVICESadd TOpen26/35MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2024.00

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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IN
38817INT490 - -INT - -ADIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIESOzkanca OOpen7/10By Arrangement4.00

DIRECTED RESEARCH PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES


Variable (2.00 to 4.00 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). *Prerequisite(s): 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: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

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IS
38686IC 201 - -10IC-C-ANPS/CE ECOLOGY AND SHORT FICTIONBowne DOpen12/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) H 1074.00

NPS/CE ECOLOGY AND SHORT FICTION


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Biology Non-Lab Core Course and Creative Expression Core Course) This interdisciplinary course pairs the study ecological principles with the analysis and composition of creative short stories. Students enrolled in this course will critically examine their relationship to their environment through class lectures, class and contemporary short stories, and the creative writing process.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38172IC 203 - -10IC-C-ANPS/WCH FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICSSilberstein M, Stuckey WOpen1/45W (03:30pm-06:20pm) E GAUD4.00

NPS/WCH FOUNDATIONS OF MODERN PHYSICS


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Physics Non-Lab Core Course and Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This is a course in the philosophy of medern physics, i.e., special relativity, general relativity, quantum mechanics, and quantum field theory. More specifically, we will introduce and discuss the philosophy and physics behind the relativity of simultaneity, block universe, curved spacetime, black holes, Big Bang cosmology, closed time-like curves, delayed choice experiments, Bell's inequality, no counterfactual definiteness, entanglement, quantum nonlocality, the measurement problem, Many Worlds interpretation, retrocausality, particle physics, unification, and quantum gravity. There will be applications to dark matter, dark energy, time travel, and consciousness in the block universe. *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%)
38038IC 205 - -10IC-C-ANPS/CE DISEASE AND DISABILITY: THE SCIENCE AND THE STORIESHagan T, Dolson EClosed0/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2304.00

NPS/CE DISEASE AND DISABILITY: THE SCIENCE AND THE STORIES


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course and Natural Physical Science Biology Non-Lab Core Course) This course will combine the study of science, literature, and creative writing to explore the ways that both science and narrative contribute to our understanding of illness and disability. Students will learn the biological origins and effects of illnesses and disabilities, including Alzheimer's Disease, mental illness, and Down syndrome, and they will explore the ways that science has informed selected literary works about these conditions. Using these texts as models, students will craft an original creative work about illness and disability.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38190IC 206 - -10IC-C-ANCH/SSC MIDDLE EAST POLITICSCraig J, Ozkanca OOpen5/18TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2124.00

NCH/SSC MIDDLE EAST POLITICS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage and Social Science Core Course) Developments in the Middle East and North Africa occupy newspaper headlines every day. This course is designed to prepare students to critically analyze the contemporary government and politics in the region, It analyzes the human experiences and interactions in the diverse social context of the Middle East, the domestic politics of various countries in the region, their institutions, political cultures, and the way in which these differ between countries. We will pay particular attention to the political regimes (whether the country is democratic or authoritarian and the nuances between different types of authoritarian governments), the economic context , the religious and ethnic makeup of the country and the role of ethnic and religious cleavages in the politics of these countries, and the most important political issues facing citizens. *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%)
38422IC 207 - -10IC-C-AHUM/SSC AGING, REGENERATION, SPIRITUALITYKanagy C, Humbert TOpen16/24TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2044.00

HUM/SSC AGING, REGENERATION, SPIRITUALITY


4.00 credits. (Humanities and Social Science Core Course) This course introduces students to the constructs of aging, regeneration, and spirituality by providing various perspectives on and voices within these topics. The course will focus on both individual Mind-Body-Spirit paradigms and larger social-political-cultural contexts as it relates to these topics. Students will also discover and apply current research on the topics to construct and co-construct their knowledge and understating of aging. Signature Learning Experience: Community Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38665LIB170 - -ET - -AINFORMATION LITERACY AND RESEARCHStrain JOpen20/24W (03:30pm-04:20pm) HL 2051.00

INFORMATION LITERACY AND RESEARCH


1.00 credits. Research skills go beyond finding articles to support a predetermined argument for a paper. Skills and techniques carry over into everyday life in the practice of being an informed citizen. This course covers the research process and information life cycle, with a special focus on advanced search techniques, evaluating resources and bias, intellectual property, and information privilege. Students learn how to determine and fulfill their information needs as consumers of information in the 21st century.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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MA
38017HMA251 - -8MA -H-AHNR MA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSHughes JClosed0/15MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2064.00

HNR 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. This course includes an introduction to the use of the statistical software SPSS. *Prerequisite: MA 011 or placement.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Honors Course - Honors Students Only

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
37998MA 121 - -8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS IMontgomery AClosed0/25MTHF (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.




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37999MA 121 - -8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS IThorsen BOpen15/25MTHF (12:30pm-01:30pm) 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.




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38000MA 121 -L-8MA -C-AMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYMontgomery AOpen1/25F (02:00pm-03:20pm) TH 105

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




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38020MA 121 -L-8MA -C-BMA CALCULUS I LABORATORYMcDevitt TOpen14/25H (02:00pm-03:20pm) TH 105

MA CALCULUS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Laboratory to accompany MA 121. *Corequisite: MA 121.




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38001MA 122 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IIDoytchinov BClosed0/25MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 3804.00

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.




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38002MA 122 - -MA - -BCALCULUS IIDoytchinov BOpen17/25MTHF (12:30pm-01:30pm) E 3804.00

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.




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38003MA 201 - -MA - -ALINEAR ALGEBRAHughes JOpen16/35MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 3804.00

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.




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38004MA 205 - -MA - -AMATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERSSoltys SClosed0/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) 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.




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38005MA 222 - -MA - -ACALCULUS IIIThorsen BOpen8/35MTHF (11:00am-12:00pm) E 1874.00

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.




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38006MA 235 - -MA - -AINTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFSStaff NCancelled15/154.00

INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFS


4.00 credits. Topics include logic, sets, functions, relations, mathematical induction, combinatorics and other counting techniques, graphs and trees. Special emphasis will be given to writing correct mathematical proofs. *Prerequisite: MA 122. Spring semester.




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38007MA 235 - -MA - -BINTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFSThorsen BClosed0/18MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3824.00

INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL PROOFS


4.00 credits. Topics include logic, sets, functions, relations, mathematical induction, combinatorics and other counting techniques, graphs and trees. Special emphasis will be given to writing correct mathematical proofs. *Prerequisite: MA 122. Spring semester.




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38008MA 251 - -8MA -C-AMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSoltys SClosed0/35MWF (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.




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38009MA 251 - -8MA -C-BMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSoltys SClosed0/35MWF (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.




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38010MA 251 - -8MA -C-CMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSigdel SClosed1/35MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1874.00

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.




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38011MA 251 - -8MA -C-DMA PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSSigdel SClosed0/35MWF (09:30am-10:50am) H 2144.00

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.




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38012MA 252 - -MA - -ASTATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCHBatakci LOpen4/18F (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 3684.00

STATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCH


4.00 credits. A second course in statistics, introducing students to major statistical methods for research in the physical and life sciences, business, economics and the social sciences. Topics include comparison of means, design of experiments and ANOVA, categorical analysis, regression, time series and nonparametric methods. Statistical software is used, and students pursue a research project that requires statistical analysis, culminating in a written research report and an oral presentation. *Prerequisite: MA 251. Spring semester.




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MA 252 - -MA - -ALEC - STATISTICAL METHODS IN RESEARCHMW (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 207
38015MA 255 - -MA - -AFINANCIAL MATHEMATICSDoytchinov BOpen12/20MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 3824.00

FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS


4.00 credits. This course introduces the mathematical foundations of financial mathematics. Topics include time value of money; annuities; loans; bonds; general cash flows and portfolios; immunization; interest rate swaps; and determinants of interest rates. This course is aimed at students preparing for the Actuarial Examination FM. *Prerequisite(s): MA 121. Fall Semester.




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38019MA 260 - -MA - -AINTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICA AND CRYPTOLOGYMcDevitt TOpen10/19TH (09:30am-10:30am) E 3682.00

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICA AND CRYPTOLOGY


2.00 credits. This course provides an introduction to the use of Mathematica and elementary cryptology. Math- ematica is powerful, all-purpose, mathematical software that can be used in a variety of academic, research, and business settings and its utility will be demonstrated in the context of historical encryption algorithms and public key cryptography.




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38014MA 301 - -MA - -AABSTRACT ALGEBRAHughes JOpen15/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 3804.00

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. Offered odd years, fall semester.




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38013MA 321 - -MA - -ADIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSBatakci LOpen7/40MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2704.00

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.




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38018MA 352 - -MA - -AMATHEMATICAL STATISTICSMcDevitt TOpen7/15MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3804.00

MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS


4.00 credits. A study of principles of statistical inference in the theory of statistics, with an emphasis on estimation, hypothesis testing and nonparametric statistics. The objective of this course is to build a solid undergraduate foundation in statistical theory and to provide an indication of the relevance and importance of the theory in solving practical problems. *Prerequisites: MA 201 and 351. Spring semester, even years.




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38016MA 459 - -MA - -ASHORT TERM ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICSSanchis GOpen16/20MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 3824.00

SHORT TERM ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS


4.00 credits. A comprehensive development of the various models useful for short term actuarial applications. Topics include severity models; frequency models; aggregate models; coverage modifications; risk measures; construction and selection of parametric models; credibility; insurance and reinsurance coverages; pricing and reserving for short-term insurance coverages. This course is aimed at students preparing for the Actuarial Examination STAM. *Prerequisites: MA 255 and MA 351. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38471FR 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY FRENCH IIBorilot VOpen4/14MWF (09:30am-10:40am) W 2114.00

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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38472FR 212 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH IIBorilot VOpen10/14MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) W 2114.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expanded use of linguistic functions. Introduction and development of more advanced tasks such as sustaining opinions, explaining, comparing, and hypothesizing. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement texts and written materials. *Prerequisite: FR 211, or placement by examination.




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38494FR 311 - -ML - -AMAKING OF MODERN FRENCH SOCIETYBorilot VOpen13/16MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) W 0014.00

MAKING OF MODERN FRENCH SOCIETY


4.00 credits. Analysis of important contemporary cultural phenomena and issues that have shaped and continue to shape the modern nation. Readings are taken from literary, sociological, and political sources. Media in the target language supplement written materials. *Prerequisite: FR 212, or permission of the instructor.




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38721FR 496 - -ML - -AFRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IBorilot VOpen8/10By 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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38722FR 497 - -ML - -AFRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IIBorilot VOpen6/10By Arrangement2.00

FRENCH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: FR 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




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38473GER112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN IISnyder JOpen2/12MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) W 3044.00

PLO ELEMENTARY GERMAN 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: GER 111, or placement by examination.




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38474GER212 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN IISnyder JOpen11/12MWF (03:30pm-04:40pm) W 3044.00

PLO INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Expanded use of linguistic functions. Introduction and development of more advanced tasks such as sustaining opinions, explaining, comparing, and hypothesizing. Use of authentic cultural materials and contexts heightens sociocultural awareness. Media in the target language supplement texts and written materials. *Prerequisite: GER 211, or placement by examination.




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38734GER370 - -ML - -AGERMAN HISTORY THROUGH FILMDensford KOpen10/12MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2044.00

GERMAN HISTORY THROUGH FILM


4.00 credits. This course serves as an introduction to modern German history and to German culture through film. It covers the history of Germany from unification in 1871 to today. During the semester, we will watch several contemporaneous German films and situate them with the broader context of German history and the development of film. Subjects covered will include the Weimar era, the Third Reich, the post-war period, East and West Germany, reunification, and contemporary issues. This course is designed for German majors and minors as well as non-majors. Course readings are in English with supplemental texts in Egnlish and German, based on the individual's language knowledge. Films are in German with optional English subtitles. *Prerequisite(s): GER 212 or permission of instructor.




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38753GER496 - -ML - -AGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ISnyder JOpen9/10By 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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38670GER497 - -ML - -AGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IISnyder JOpen8/10By Arrangement2.00

GERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: GER 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




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38671GER497 - -ML - -BGERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IIDensford KOpen10/10By Arrangement2.00

GERMAN SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: GER 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




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38732HJA245 - -5NCH-H-AHNR NCH FROM ANIME TO ZEN: JAPANESE SOCIETY, BUSINESS, AND CULTUREBhattacharya MClosed0/11M (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2044.00

HNR NCH FROM ANIME TO ZEN: JAPANESE SOCIETY, BUSINESS, AND CULTURE


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) *A Guided Writing and Research Course. The course provides a broad introduction to Japanese society and culture by introducing students to daily life in Japan, discussing the importance of various Japanese religious, political, and economic institutions. It is designed to stimulate student interest in the study of Japan.




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38475JA 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 2Takahashi NOpen3/19MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2044.00

PLO FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 2


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Building upon Japanese 111, focus will be on furthering oral and aural proficiency already acquired. Students will be introduced to Kanji and proficiency in about 50 of them will be acquired. *Prerequisite: JA 111, or placement by examination.




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38668JA 212 - -2PLO-C-APLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 2Bhattacharya MOpen10/16MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2064.00

PLO SECOND YEAR JAPANESE 2


4.00 credits. (Power of Language Core Course) Building upon Japanese 211, this course further enhances skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing and increases understanding of Japanese culture. Additionally an e-mail exchange program is introduced with students at Nihon University, Japan. Proficiency in Kanji is aimed at 250. *Prerequisite: JA 211, or placement by examination.




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38478JA 245 - -5NCH-C-ANCH FROM ANIME TO ZEN: JAPANESE SOCIETY, BUSINESS, AND CULTUREBhattacharya MClosed0/14M (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2044.00

NCH FROM ANIME TO ZEN: JAPANESE SOCIETY, BUSINESS, AND CULTURE


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The course provides a broad introduction to Japanese society and culture by introducing students to daily life in Japan, discussing the importance of various Japanese religious, political, and economic institutions. It is designed to stimulate student interest in the study of Japan. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




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38479JA 312 - -ML - -ATHIRD YEAR JAPANESE 2Takahashi NOpen6/12MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) W 3104.00

THIRD YEAR JAPANESE 2


4.00 credits. This course trains students in intermediate Japanese skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. With this course, the student will complete learning of all the basic grammatical patterns of Japanese language and will have the ability to acquire Level Four (in-house version) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) administered by the Japan Foundation. *Prerequisite: JA 311.




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38480JA 412 - -ML - -AFOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 2Takahashi NOpen9/12MWF (09:30am-10:40am) W 3104.00

FOURTH YEAR JAPANESE 2


4.00 credits. Analysis of important contemporary cultural phenomena and issues that have shaped and continue to shape the modern nation. Readings are taken from literary, sociological, and political sources. Media in the target language supplement written materials. With this course, the student will complete learning of most of the intermediate grammatical patterns of Japanese language and will have the ability to acquire Level Three (in-house version) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). *Prerequisite: JA 411.




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38488JA 497 - -ML - -AJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IITakahashi NOpen8/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: JA 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




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38667JA 497 - -ML - -BJAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IIBhattacharya MOpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

JAPANESE SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: JA 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




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38481SP 111 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH ISnyder JClosed0/24MWF (09:30am-10:40am) H 1144.00

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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38482SP 112 - -2PLO-C-APLO ELEMENTARY SPANISH IISnyder JOpen2/24MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2104.00

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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38490SP 170 - -2PLO-C-APLO SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERSStaff NCancelled0/04.00

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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38483SP 211 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH ILorenzen COpen3/24MWF (08:00am-09:10am) N 2104.00

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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38845SP 211 - -2PLO-C-BPLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH ILorenzen COpen16/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2344.00

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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38485SP 212 - -2PLO-C-APLO INTERMEDIATE SPANISH IILinares-Farras MOpen6/24MWF (12:30pm-01:40pm) N 2304.00

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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Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38486SP 305 - -ML - -ASPANISH CONVERSATIONLinares-Farras MOpen2/14MWF (02:00pm-03:10pm) N 2304.00

SPANISH CONVERSATION


4.00 credits. Development and practice of oral skills for self-expression in Spanish. Emphasis on aural comprehension and fluency in the use of everyday Spanish. Small group discussions and oral presentations in Spanish based on current cultural, ethical, and political topics will be the principal means of accomplishing this goal. *Prerequisite: SP 212, placement by examination, or permission of the instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38489SP 370 - -ML - -ALATIN AMERICAN CULTURE THROUGH ARTLorenzen COpen4/14MWF (09:30am-10:40am) N 2104.00

LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE THROUGH ART


4.00 credits. Upper-level students of Spanish will learn about major works of Latin American art from the colonial era to the present, including some produced by U.S. Latinos, within their historical context. Through readings, class presentations and discussions, visual media, and virtual or actual field trips, students will deepen their understanding of the role that art plays both in the formation and the rejection of a shared cultural identity, with detailed focus on the racial, ethnic, religious, socioeconomic, and gender-related aspects of identity. *Prerequisites: SP 212, or placement into the 300-level courses.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38491SP 371 - -ML - -AWOMEN WRITERS IN 20TH CENTURY SPAINLinares-Farras MOpen4/14MF (11:00am-12:15pm) W 2114.00

WOMEN WRITERS IN 20TH CENTURY SPAIN


4.00 credits. This course will explore women's fiction in Twentieth-century Spain, as a way of increasing understanding of Spanish history, literature, and society. Special attention will be given to women's ways of seeing and portraying their roles in society and in the literary world. *Prerequisite: SP 323 or permission of instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38821SP 496 - -ML - -ASPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT ILinares-Farras MOpen9/10By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38492SP 497 - -ML - -ASPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IILinares-Farras MOpen7/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: SP 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38493SP 497 - -ML - -BSPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT IILorenzen COpen9/10By Arrangement2.00

SPANISH SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II


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. *Prerequisite or corequisite: SP 496. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT
38054ASL105 - -2PLO-C-APLO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGEConrad KClosed0/24M (05:00pm-08:00pm) N 1274.00

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

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38055OT 110 - -OT - -AOCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPANSteadman NClosed0/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 3734.00

OCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN


4.00 credits. This course will examine occupational performance from birth through adult aging. An emphasis will be placed on the interaction of the person factors within different environments and context to support both meaningful occupation and role competence. Active learning labs and community based learning will support student learning outcomes. *Prerequisite: Health Science Majors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38056OT 110 - -OT - -BOCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPANSteadman NClosed0/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 3734.00

OCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN


4.00 credits. This course will examine occupational performance from birth through adult aging. An emphasis will be placed on the interaction of the person factors within different environments and context to support both meaningful occupation and role competence. Active learning labs and community based learning will support student learning outcomes. *Prerequisite: Health Science Majors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38057OT 110 - -OT - -COCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPANSteadman NOpen3/22TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 3824.00

OCCUPATIONS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN


4.00 credits. This course will examine occupational performance from birth through adult aging. An emphasis will be placed on the interaction of the person factors within different environments and context to support both meaningful occupation and role competence. Active learning labs and community based learning will support student learning outcomes. *Prerequisite: Health Science Majors. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38094OT 210 - -OT - -AGLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMSWaltermire-Burton DClosed0/20TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2344.00

GLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. In this course, students will describe, analyze, and critique health care systems globally. The impact of culture and policy on the delivery of health services will be explored. Students will also analyze the ethical and justice issues related to global health care delivery and utilization. *Prerequisite(s): OT 105.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38095OT 210 - -OT - -BGLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMSWaltermire-Burton DClosed0/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2344.00

GLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. In this course, students will describe, analyze, and critique health care systems globally. The impact of culture and policy on the delivery of health services will be explored. Students will also analyze the ethical and justice issues related to global health care delivery and utilization. *Prerequisite(s): OT 105.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38096OT 210 - -OT - -CGLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMSWaltermire-Burton DOpen1/21TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2344.00

GLOBAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. In this course, students will describe, analyze, and critique health care systems globally. The impact of culture and policy on the delivery of health services will be explored. Students will also analyze the ethical and justice issues related to global health care delivery and utilization. *Prerequisite(s): OT 105.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38058OT 327 - -OT - -APATHOLOGY IWentzel EOpen22/22T (08:00am-10:50am) E 3603.00

PATHOLOGY I


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 neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine, and developmental related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 111, OT 224, and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38059OT 327 - -OT - -BPATHOLOGY IWentzel EOpen22/22T (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3603.00

PATHOLOGY I


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 neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine, and developmental related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 111, OT 224, and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38097OT 327 - -OT - -CPATHOLOGY IWentzel EOpen20/20H (12:30pm-03:20pm) E 3733.00

PATHOLOGY I


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 neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine, and developmental related conditions. Medical and psychosocial aspects of the conditions will be explored from an inter-disciplinary team approach. *Prerequisites: BIO 202, PSY 111, OT 224, and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38060OT 331 - -OT - -AFUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSHample KOpen22/22M (12:00pm-12:50pm) H 2122.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESS


2.00 credits. A guide through the occupational therapy process, including evaluation, treatment and discharge planning using case examples to explore clinical reasoning activities. An understanding of research as it influences the occupational therapy process is established. In addition, professional association guidelines for documentation, professional roles (e.g., COTA, OTR) and ethical concepts are applied to the occupational therapy process. *Prerequisite: OT 112. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 331 - -OT - -ALAB - FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSH (08:00am-08:50am) E 382
38061OT 331 - -OT - -BFUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSHample KOpen22/22M (12:00pm-12:50pm) H 2122.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESS


2.00 credits. A guide through the occupational therapy process, including evaluation, treatment and discharge planning using case examples to explore clinical reasoning activities. An understanding of research as it influences the occupational therapy process is established. In addition, professional association guidelines for documentation, professional roles (e.g., COTA, OTR) and ethical concepts are applied to the occupational therapy process. *Prerequisite: OT 112. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 331 - -OT - -BLAB - FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSH (09:30am-10:20am) E 382
38062OT 331 - -OT - -CFUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSHample KOpen20/20M (12:00pm-12:50pm) H 2122.00

FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESS


2.00 credits. A guide through the occupational therapy process, including evaluation, treatment and discharge planning using case examples to explore clinical reasoning activities. An understanding of research as it influences the occupational therapy process is established. In addition, professional association guidelines for documentation, professional roles (e.g., COTA, OTR) and ethical concepts are applied to the occupational therapy process. *Prerequisite: OT 112. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 331 - -OT - -CLAB - FUNDAMENTALS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROCESSH (11:00am-11:50am) E 382
38063OT 332 - -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONSFox GOpen32/32H (08:00am-09:20am) E 3604.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on sensory and cognitive performance components that impact occupational performance areas. Students learn to apply the Occupational Therapy process to practice for individuals with sensory and/or cognitive deficits resulting from central nervous system disorders, peripheral nerve injury, head trauma, Alzheimer's disease, developmental disabilities and schizophrenia and other conditions. *Prerequisites: OT 224, 227, 228, and majors only. *Corequisite(s): OT 327, 332F and 332S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 22.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38064OT 332 - -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONSFox GOpen32/32H (09:30am-10:50am) E GAUD4.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on sensory and cognitive performance components that impact occupational performance areas. Students learn to apply the Occupational Therapy process to practice for individuals with sensory and/or cognitive deficits resulting from central nervous system disorders, peripheral nerve injury, head trauma, Alzheimer's disease, developmental disabilities and schizophrenia and other conditions. *Prerequisites: OT 224, 227, 228, and majors only. *Corequisite(s): OT 327, 332F and 332S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 22.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38065OT 332F- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDYKimmel C, Martin DOpen99/99W (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDY


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38066OT 332F- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDYKimmel C, Martin DOpen31/31T (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDY


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38067OT 332S- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARFox GOpen16/16T (08:30am-09:00am) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 332S- -OT - -ALAB - ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINART (09:00am-10:50am) E 362
38068OT 332S- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARFox GOpen16/16H (01:00pm-01:30pm) E 3600.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 332S- -OT - -BLAB - ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARH (01:30pm-03:20pm) E 360
38069OT 332S- -OT - -CENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARUpton KOpen16/16F (09:00am-09:30am) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 332S- -OT - -CLAB - ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARF (09:30am-11:20am) E 362
38098OT 332S- -OT - -DENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARUpton KOpen16/16F (01:00pm-01:30pm) E 3620.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 332 Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT 332. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 332S- -OT - -DLAB - ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARF (01:30pm-03:20pm) E 362
38070OT 434 - -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONSHample KClosed0/16M (08:00am-10:50am) E 3604.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on the application of psychosocial treatment in occupational therapy. Exposure to frames of reference and theories as guidance for clinical reasoning for persons of different ages with physical, cognitive and/or psychological disabilities. Special attention is given to persons with mental illness as the primary diagnosis. Theoretical concepts, evaluation tools and therapeutic techniques are integrated with fieldwork experience. *Prerequisites: OT 228, 427, and majors only. *Corequisites: OT 434F and 434S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38071OT 434 - -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONSHample KClosed0/16M (02:00pm-04:50pm) E 3604.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on the application of psychosocial treatment in occupational therapy. Exposure to frames of reference and theories as guidance for clinical reasoning for persons of different ages with physical, cognitive and/or psychological disabilities. Special attention is given to persons with mental illness as the primary diagnosis. Theoretical concepts, evaluation tools and therapeutic techniques are integrated with fieldwork experience. *Prerequisites: OT 228, 427, and majors only. *Corequisites: OT 434F and 434S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38072OT 434 - -OT - -CENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONSCunningham LClosed0/16F (09:00am-11:50am) E 3604.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on the application of psychosocial treatment in occupational therapy. Exposure to frames of reference and theories as guidance for clinical reasoning for persons of different ages with physical, cognitive and/or psychological disabilities. Special attention is given to persons with mental illness as the primary diagnosis. Theoretical concepts, evaluation tools and therapeutic techniques are integrated with fieldwork experience. *Prerequisites: OT 228, 427, and majors only. *Corequisites: OT 434F and 434S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38099OT 434 - -OT - -DENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONSCunningham LOpen5/16F (01:00pm-03:50pm) E 3604.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS


4.00 credits. Focuses on the application of psychosocial treatment in occupational therapy. Exposure to frames of reference and theories as guidance for clinical reasoning for persons of different ages with physical, cognitive and/or psychological disabilities. Special attention is given to persons with mental illness as the primary diagnosis. Theoretical concepts, evaluation tools and therapeutic techniques are integrated with fieldwork experience. *Prerequisites: OT 228, 427, and majors only. *Corequisites: OT 434F and 434S. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38073OT 434F- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDYKimmel C, Martin DOpen97/99T (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDY


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT 434 Enabling Occupations: Psychosocial Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT434. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38074OT 434F- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDYKimmel C, Martin DOpen24/24W (08:00am-05:00pm) FIELD FIELD0.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS FIELD STUDY


0.00 credits. Field Study to accompany OT 434 Enabling Occupations: Psychosocial Dimensions. *Corequisite: OT434. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38075OT 434S- -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARWaltermire-Burton DOpen2/30M (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 3600.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 434 Enabling Occupations: Psychosocial Dimensions Seminar. *Corequisite: OT 434. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38100OT 434S- -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS SEMINARWaltermire-Burton DClosed0/32W (09:30am-10:50am) E 3600.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: PSYCHOSOCIAL DIMENSIONS SEMINAR


0.00 credits. Seminar to accompany OT 434 Enabling Occupations: Psychosocial Dimensions Seminar. *Corequisite: OT 434. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38076OT 435 - -OT - -AENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONSPanchik DOpen1/20W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 3622.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONS


2.00 credits. Students learn the impact of neurological or musculoskeletal deficits on occupational performance and methods of remediation of function. *Prerequisite: OT 433 and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38077OT 435 - -OT - -BENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONSPanchik DClosed0/21H (08:30am-10:20am) E 3622.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONS


2.00 credits. Students learn the impact of neurological or musculoskeletal deficits on occupational performance and methods of remediation of function. *Prerequisite: OT 433 and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38078OT 435 - -OT - -CENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONSPanchik DClosed0/21H (12:30pm-02:20pm) E 3622.00

ENABLING OCCUPATIONS: NEUROMUSCULAR DIMENSIONS


2.00 credits. Students learn the impact of neurological or musculoskeletal deficits on occupational performance and methods of remediation of function. *Prerequisite: OT 433 and majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38079OT 440 - -OT - -AHEALTH CARE SYSTEMSBenner LClosed0/40H (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

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OT 494 - -OT - -AFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38693OT 494 - -OT - -AUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIEricksen J, Humbert TClosed0/3H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38807OT 494 - -OT - -BUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIKimmel C, Humbert TClosed0/1H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -BFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38808OT 494 - -OT - -CUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIHumbert T, Hample KClosed0/2H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -CFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38809OT 494 - -OT - -DUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIDennehy T, Humbert TClosed0/2H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -DFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38810OT 494 - -OT - -EUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIHumbert T, Fox GClosed0/2H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -EFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38811OT 494 - -OT - -FUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IISteadman N, Humbert TClosed0/1H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -FFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38812OT 494 - -OT - -GUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIHumbert TClosed0/2H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

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OT 494 - -OT - -GFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38813OT 494 - -OT - -HUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIHumbert T, Wentzel EClosed0/1H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -HFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38814OT 494 - -OT - -IUNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIHumbert T, Martin DClosed0/1H (09:30am-10:50am) H 1072.00

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM II


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 whom 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. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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OT 494 - -OT - -IFWK - UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PRACTICUM IIBy Arrangement
38080OT 502 - -OT - -ARESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCHDennehy TOpen2/18H (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2704.00

RESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCH


4.00 credits. The second 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 are clinical, service and/or research based. Students complete all of the project elements as described in the proposal. The project results in a document appropriate for publication and in a formal oral presentation. *Prerequisites: OT 501 and 551. *Corequisite: OT 555. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38081OT 502 - -OT - -BRESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCHDennehy TOpen3/18H (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2704.00

RESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCH


4.00 credits. The second 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 are clinical, service and/or research based. Students complete all of the project elements as described in the proposal. The project results in a document appropriate for publication and in a formal oral presentation. *Prerequisites: OT 501 and 551. *Corequisite: OT 555. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38082OT 502 - -OT - -CRESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCHDennehy TOpen3/18H (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2704.00

RESEARCH III: CHANGING PRACTICE THROUGH RESEARCH


4.00 credits. The second 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 are clinical, service and/or research based. Students complete all of the project elements as described in the proposal. The project results in a document appropriate for publication and in a formal oral presentation. *Prerequisites: OT 501 and 551. *Corequisite: OT 555. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38083OT 529 - -OT - -AADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IISalvadia AOpen4/20M (09:30am-12:30pm) E 3733.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING II


3.00 credits. A variety of advanced practice issues in the field of occupational therapy are covered. Students develop advanced knowledge in specialty areas of occupational therapy practice. Emphasis is given to ethical principles as they apply to occupational therapy practice. *Prerequisite: OT 528. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38085OT 529 - -OT - -BADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IISalvadia AOpen5/20M (02:00pm-05:00pm) E 3733.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING II


3.00 credits. A variety of advanced practice issues in the field of occupational therapy are covered. Students develop advanced knowledge in specialty areas of occupational therapy practice. Emphasis is given to ethical principles as they apply to occupational therapy practice. *Prerequisite: OT 528. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38086OT 529 - -OT - -CADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING IISalvadia AOpen10/25F (09:30am-12:30pm) N 1273.00

ADVANCED CLINICAL REASONING II


3.00 credits. A variety of advanced practice issues in the field of occupational therapy are covered. Students develop advanced knowledge in specialty areas of occupational therapy practice. Emphasis is given to ethical principles as they apply to occupational therapy practice. *Prerequisite: OT 528. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38087OT 530 - -OT - -APREPARATION FOR PRACTICEOpen2/25W (09:00am-10:00am) N 2041.00

PREPARATION FOR PRACTICE


1.00 credit. This course provides a capstone experience that will synthesize the undergraduate preparation in the Practice Course series and further students' understanding of professional practice issues such as fieldwork supervision and lifelong learning through continuing education. The focus of the course will be integration and synthesis of undergraduate curricular content related to attainment of certification and professional practice issues. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 25.00

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38088OT 530 - -OT - -BPREPARATION FOR PRACTICEOpen2/25W (10:00am-11:00am) N 2041.00

PREPARATION FOR PRACTICE


1.00 credit. This course provides a capstone experience that will synthesize the undergraduate preparation in the Practice Course series and further students' understanding of professional practice issues such as fieldwork supervision and lifelong learning through continuing education. The focus of the course will be integration and synthesis of undergraduate curricular content related to attainment of certification and professional practice issues. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Graded Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 25.00

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38089OT 541 - -OT - -AACUTE CARE AND REHABILITATION ELECTIVEPanchik DOpen7/24W (06:00pm-09:00pm) 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

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Additional Fees: 15.00

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38090OT 544 - -OT - -AMENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS ELECTIVENess NOpen7/20W (02:00pm-05:00pm) E 3604.00

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS ELECTIVE


Variable (2.00 or 4.00) credits. This course increases student knowledge of occupational therapy services in the context of health and wellness and mental health. Students will strengthen their understanding of the roles played by occupational therapists in these areas of practice, the theories that are applied and the contexts of occupational therapy in community-based practice areas. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation or B.S. in Occupational Therapy. Register by Instructor.




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38091OT 547 - -OT - -ATOPICS IN PEDIATRICS ELECTIVEMahler KOpen4/20H (09:30am-12:30pm) E 3604.00

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

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38092OT 555 - -OT - -APUBLICATION AND GRANT WRITING SEMINAREricksen JOpen2/25T (08:00am-11:00am) N 1274.00

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

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38093OT 555 - -OT - -BPUBLICATION AND GRANT WRITING SEMINAREricksen JOpen2/25T (12:30pm-03:30pm) N 2024.00

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

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38791OT 590 - -OT - -AGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWaltermire-Burton DOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38792OT 590 - -OT - -BGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample KOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38793OT 590 - -OT - -CGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWaltermire-Burton DOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38794OT 590 - -OT - -DGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMSteadman NOpen9/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38795OT 590 - -OT - -EGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMDennehy TOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38796OT 590 - -OT - -FGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMKimmel COpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38799OT 590 - -OT - -GGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMPanchik DOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38800OT 590 - -OT - -HGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMMartin DOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38801OT 590 - -OT - -IGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMSalvadia AOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38802OT 590 - -OT - -JGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMHample K, Mahler KOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38803OT 590 - -OT - -KGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMFox GOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38804OT 590 - -OT - -LGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMEricksen JOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38805OT 590 - -OT - -MGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMEricksen JOpen7/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38806OT 590 - -OT - -NGRADUATE PROJECT PRACTICUMWentzel EOpen6/10By 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. *Prerequisite: B.S. in Health and Occupation *Corequisites: OT 534, and either OT 554 or OT 564. Graded Pass / No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




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37966HPC125 - -6NPS-H-AHNR NPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEStaff NCancelled0/04.00

HNR 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 annually.




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37970NEU125 - -6NPS-C-ANPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEMaswood SClosed0/35MF (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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37971NEU125 - -6NPS-C-BNPS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCEMaswood SClosed0/35MF (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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37984NEU320 - -PC - -ABEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCEStaff NCancelled24/244.00

BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. In this course, students will be introduced to some common animal models and experimental techniques in the field of behavioral neuroscience. In each of three experiments, students will pharmacologically manipulate the behavior of rodent subjects. Each student will be responsible, to some degree, for the basic care and experimental contributions of a single rat. Data from all subjects will be pooled and analyzed. Students will write up each experiment in an APA-style manuscript. *Prerequisite(s): NEU 125 and junior status or greater, or permisson of instructor. Spring semester.




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NEU320 - -PC - -ABEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
38764NEU370 - -PC - -AEXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCEWickham ROpen14/24TH (11:00am-12:15pm) E 2704.00

EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE


4.00 credits. In this course, students will be introduced to some common animal models and experimental techniques in the field of behavioral neuroscience. In each of three experiments, students will pharmacologically manipulate the behavior of rodent subjects. Each student will be responsible, to some degree, for the basic care and experimental contributions of a single rat. Data from all subjects will be pooled and analyzed. Students will write up each experiment in an APA-style manuscript. *Prerequisite: NEU 125.




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38765NEU370 -L-PC - -AEXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE LABWickham ROpen3/12H (02:00pm-03:45pm) E 260H

EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany NEU 370. *Corequisite: NEU 370.




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38766NEU370 -L-PC - -BEXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE LABWickham ROpen11/12H (04:00pm-05:45pm) E 260H

EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany NEU 370. *Corequisite: NEU 370.




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37967PSY105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGYCaprino AOpen15/35H (05:30pm-08:20pm) E 3804.00

SSC INTRODUCTION TO 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 and occasionally as a summer course.




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37968PSY105 - -7SSC-C-BSSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGYDalton EClosed0/35TH (08:00am-09:15am) N 2284.00

SSC INTRODUCTION TO 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 and occasionally as a summer course.




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37969PSY105 - -7SSC-C-CSSC INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGYPretz JClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) N 2024.00

SSC INTRODUCTION TO 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 and occasionally as a summer course.




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37972PSY205 - -PC - -ACAREER SEMINARSmith T, Roy MOpen4/24F (11:00am-11:50am) E 3821.00

CAREER SEMINAR


1.00 Credits. This one-credit course orients Psychology majors to a broad range of careers available to them. Students will explore their own strengths and abilities, learn about the subfields of psychology as well as diverse career options for majors, and discern their fit in the field. In this course, students will interview professionals in the field, create a customized education plan, and develop the skills necessary for communicating their interests, abilities, and experiences to a professional audience. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105, declared Psychology major, and at least sophomore status. Spring semester.




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37982PSY210 - -PC - -ASENSATION AND PERCEPTIONWickham RClosed0/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) E 2704.00

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(s): PSY 105 or NEU 125. Offered annually.




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37983PSY220 - -PC - -AHEALTH PSYCHOLOGYDalton EClosed0/35MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) N 2324.00

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. This course will provide an overview of and 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. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 105. Fall semester.




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38855PSY236 - -4WCH-C-AWCH SOCIAL ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA I (SW 236)Roy M, Haffejee BOpen5/16F (02:00pm-03:45pm) N 2342.00

WCH SOCIAL ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA I (SW 236)


2.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The central goal of these two 2-credit courses is for students to understand the struggles that South Africa has gone through leading up to the institution of apartheid, during the apartheid years, and post apartheid. Students learn about the social issues related to the conflict and the different approaches used to try to resolve these conflicts within the framework provided by social work and psychology. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




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37973PSY245 - -PC - -AADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGINGSmith TClosed0/27MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) H 2134.00

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 247 may not enroll in PSY 245. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Offered annually.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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37974PSY250 - -PC - -APSYCHOPATHOLOGYMacFarlane IClosed0/35MWF (09:30am-10:20am) H 2134.00

PSYCHOPATHOLOGY


4.00 credits. An overview of diagnostic process in mental health. The course will cover the history of mental illness, models for understanding mental illness, and a broad cross-section of mental disorders as defined by the DSM (e.g., schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, PTSD). Students will have the opportunity to practice diagnostic skills on real case studies as well as critique the depiction of mental illness in the media. *Prerequisite: PSY 105. Offered every semester.




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37975PSY285 - -PC - -APSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODSRoy MOpen3/24TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) E 3824.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. Design of research. Emphases include research ethics, inferences of causality, and scientific writing. *Prerequisite(s): PSY 280. *Corequisite(s): PSY 285L. Students must achieve an average of a C- or better for PSY 280 and PSY 285 to continue in the major. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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37976PSY285 -L-PC - -APSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS LABRoy MClosed0/13W (12:00pm-01:45pm) E 260H

PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PSY 285 Research Methods and Statistics II. *Corequisite: PSY 285.




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37977PSY285 -L-PC - -BPSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS LABRoy MOpen5/13W (02:00pm-03:45pm) E 260H

PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS LAB


0.00 credit. Lab to accompany PSY 285 Research Methods and Statistics II. *Corequisite: PSY 285.




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37985PSY330 - -PC - -APSYCHOLOGY OF DIVERSITY (WGS 330)Smith TClosed0/24WF (09:30am-10:45am) N 2344.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF DIVERSITY (WGS 330)


4.00 credits. This course will center on understanding social difference and social inequality, and will examine the cognitive and emotional underpinnings of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and identity. We will consider how conscious and unconscious bias influence people’s judgments and affinities, and will also closely examine the development of meaningful group identities (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation). Learning will take place though in-class lectures, activities, and discussion, class readings, and engagement with a community-based placement. Prerequisites: PSY 105 and junior status or permission of instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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37978PSY355 - -PC - -ACOUNSELING PSYCHOLOGYDalton EClosed0/16TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) E 271D4.00

COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY


4.00 credits. This course will provide you with an introduction to foundational counseling skills required of mental health care providers. The course will cover basic therapeutic microskills, select interventions designed to promote well-being, and issues pertaining to professional practice. In order to achieve a foundational level of skill, substantial class time is devoted to role-playing various counselor/counselee situations. *Prerequisites: PSY 105, PSY 255, and junior status or permission of instructor. Spring semester.




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37979PSY440 - -PC - -ASEMINAR IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLGYSmith TOpen3/12MW (12:30pm-01:45pm) H 1144.00

SEMINAR IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLGY


4.00 credits. In this seminar, you will explore the literature in the study of developmental psychology. You will read original empirical papers, learn about research paradigms in the field, and develop critical and creative thinking skills in summarizing, critiquing, and synthesizing research ideas. You will explore the literature in your area of interest, develop a research question, propose novel hypotheses, design your own experiment, and write a major research proposal for a study you may conduct in Advanced Psychological Research. *Prerequisites: PSY 280, PSY 285, and a 300-level course with a PSY or NEU prefix.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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37980PSY475 - -PC - -AINTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGYMacFarlane IClosed0/8W (03:30pm-04:45pm) E 2804.00

INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY


Variable (0.00 to 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. A maximum of four credit hours from Psychology 475 may count as psychology electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisites: PSY 105, junior status and Psychology major. Signature Learning Experience: Internship. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

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37981PSY485 - -PC - -AADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCHMacFarlane IOpen2/12MF (11:00am-12:15pm) E 260H4.00

ADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH


4.00 credits. In this course, students will conduct an original, empirical research project. This includes revising an existing literature review and/or research proposal, writing an IRB proposal, collecting and analyzing data, writing up results, writing an APA-style research paper, preparing a poster presentation, and presenting to the department. In-class time will include mini-lectures and workshop-style sessions as well as instruction on advanced statistical techniques. Much time will also be spent in individual consultation with the instructor. *Prerequisites: PSY 280, PSY 285, and a Seminar in Psychology (PSY 410, PSY 415, PSY 435, or PSY 440). Offered every semester. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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PE
38498HW 130 - -HW - -AINTRODUCTION TO COACHING: A SERVANT LEADERSHIP APPROACHSchlosser ROpen1/24TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) MU 2322.00

INTRODUCTION TO COACHING: A SERVANT LEADERSHIP APPROACH


2.00 credits. Students will be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge needed to lead and coach an athletic team at the high school or college level. Each student will develop a coaching philosophy that will address the key components needed to be successful, not only in terms of wins and losses, but also in the area of character development of athletes.




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38499HW 135 - -HW - -ASPORTS MEDICINEDietz EClosed1/24TH (09:30am-10:20am) TH 1052.00

SPORTS MEDICINE


2.00 credits. This course is designed to introduce the essentials and basics of sports medicine to the students of Elizabethtown College. Basic concepts involve overview of human anatomy and movement systems, first aid and wound care, injury prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation, as well as emergency response, sports psychology, and sports nutrition.




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38503HW 200 - -HW - -ANUTRITION FOR LIFEEisenhauer JClosed0/24TH (02:00pm-02:50pm) BWC CL2.00

NUTRITION FOR LIFE


2.00 credits. The goal of this course is for students to develop a better understanding of nutrition and how to create healthy choices based on their specific dietary needs. Students will learn about food energy sources (carbs, proteins and fats), macronutrients, micronutrients, and developing a meal plan/grocery list. Specific diets will be introduced (gluten free, lactose free, vegetarian, vegan, etc.), as well as pro and con discussions of popular and fad diets. Students will learn how nutrition can affect their health by learning about several comorbidities and how proper nutrition has been proven to prevent and/or decrease complications. Students who have taken the BIO 200 Nutrition course are prohibited from taking HW 200. In addition, this course does not fulfill requirements in the natural or physical sciences.




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38495PE 100 - -HW - -APILATES AND YOGAGearhart GClosed0/24TH (06:30pm-07:20pm) BWC MP1.00

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.




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38496PE 120 - -HW - -AAEROBICSGearhart GOpen12/24T (05:00pm-06:20pm) BWC MP1.00

AEROBICS


1.00 credit. Inspiration - perspiration: a diversified fitness program that will give a complete workout. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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38497PE 120 - -HW - -BAEROBICSGearhart GOpen19/24H (05:00pm-06:20pm) BWC MP1.00

AEROBICS


1.00 credit. Inspiration - perspiration: a diversified fitness program that will give a complete workout. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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38500PE 140 - -HW - -ABOWLINGStaff POpen1/24MW (02:00pm-03:20pm) TH BOWL1.00

BOWLING


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development. Additional fee. Graded Pass/No Pass.




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38501PE 175 - -HW - -AARCHERY/BADMINTONRoderick AOpen9/24MW (12:30pm-01:20pm) TH GYM1.00

ARCHERY/BADMINTON


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development.




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38502PE 195 - -HW - -ASOCCERRoderick AOpen18/24TH (12:30pm-01:20pm) TH GYM1.00

SOCCER


1.00 credit. Rules, playing techniques and skill development.




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38173PH 115 - -9HUM-C-AHUM ETHICSRicci GClosed0/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) ST 1144.00

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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38759PH 205 - -4WCH-C-AWCH WESTERN POLITICAL HERITAGE (PS 205)Ricci GClosed25/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2284.00

WCH WESTERN POLITICAL HERITAGE (PS 205)


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A critical assessment of the ideas and selected original works of leading Western social and political thinkers since Plato. Justice, equality, war and peace, rights, freedom, order and community are among some of the ideas to be examined from a variety of critical and historical perspectives.




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38174PH 255D- -PPL - -AADVANCED ETHICS: ENVIRONMENTALRicci GOpen21/35TH (11:00am-12:15pm) N 2074.00

ADVANCED ETHICS: ENVIRONMENTAL


4.00 credits. Environmental 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 practice of public policy with regard to environmental use and protection.




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38175PH 275 - -9HUM-C-AHUM SCIENCE AND VALUESSilberstein MClosed0/39TH (02:00pm-03:15pm) E 3704.00

HUM SCIENCE AND VALUES


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) Many people now recognize that for both good and ill, science is value-laden, e.g., scientists are influenced by ethical and political values when they do science. Scientists are people, just like the rest of us. The truth is that values shape research methods, agendas, and applications of scientific knowledge. More controversially, it maybe that even theory choice and theory testing are value-laden. So all this raises questions, how can we inform our consciences and pursue implementations of scientific and technological developments that are just and respectful of human dignity? What is the responsibility of the scientist or engineer for the uses their work is put to? By what means, in which respects, and to what extent does science change our world and does the world change science? Which of these changes are morally positive and which are not? To answer these questions we need an approach to science that integrates the history, philosophy, anthropology, psychology, sociology, and economics of science and scientists into a comprehensive analysis. This course will introduce the student to foundational ethical theories and principles, and then apply them to various case studies in the area of science and values.




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38674PH 370 - -PPL - -ALOGIC AND LEGAL REASONINGTelleen MOpen7/25T (05:30pm-08:15pm) N 1274.00

LOGIC AND LEGAL REASONING


0.00 or 4.00 credits. This course will use questions from the Law School Admissions Test to teach students the techniques of analyzing texts, arguments, and language. The process of inquiry into evidence and truth. The nature of inference from premises to conclusion, rules for deductive and inductive process; informal inferences and fallacies, and theory of definition.




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38675PH 370 - -PPL - -BLOGIC AND LEGAL REASONINGTelleen MOpen20/25T (05:30pm-08:15pm) N 1270.00

LOGIC AND LEGAL REASONING


0.00 or 4.00 credits. This course will use questions from the Law School Admissions Test to teach students the techniques of analyzing texts, arguments, and language. The process of inquiry into evidence and truth. The nature of inference from premises to conclusion, rules for deductive and inductive process; informal inferences and fallacies, and theory of definition.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38834PH 494 - -PPL - -ASENIOR THESIS IN PHILOSOPHYSilberstein MOpen4/5By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38844PH 494 - -PPL - -BSENIOR THESIS IN PHILOSOPHYPoole AOpen2/5By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38176PP 521 - -PPL - -APUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH II: ADVANCED STATISTICSAlladin TOpen17/20TH (06:00pm-07:20pm) N 2084.00

PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH II: ADVANCED STATISTICS


4.00 credits. This course provides students with the skills to analyze public policy issues using advanced statistical techniques. *Prerequisite(s): PP 520. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Pre-Requisite and Register by Instructor Course

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38177PP 542 - -PPL - -APENNSYLVANIA POLITICS AND POLICY (PS 342)Bova WOpen13/18W (06:30pm-09:30pm) N 2104.00

PENNSYLVANIA POLITICS AND POLICY (PS 342)


4.00 credits. This course will examine Pennsylvania government, its structure and the politics that impact policy. Throughout the course we will monitor major policy issues at the state level and have the opportunity to discuss those policy issues with state officials, lobbyists, and members of the media. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38179PP 561 - -PPL - -APUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PS 361)McClellan EOpen20/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2304.00

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PS 361)


4.00 credits. A study of the role and influence of executive branch departments and agencies in American politics, government, and policymaking. Differences between public- and private-sector leadership, decision making, communications, organization, budgeting, and human resource management will be emphasized. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38838PP 690 - -PPL - -AMASTER'S THESIS IMcClellan EOpen13/14By 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38839PP 691 - -PPL - -AMASTER'S THESIS IIMcClellan EOpen21/24By Arrangement4.00

MASTER'S THESIS II


Variable (1.00-4.00) credit(s). As the capstone to the MPP curriculum, students complete a major policy analysis project, usually 35-40 pages in length. The Master's Thesis defines an issue, designs research strategies, gathers data, evaluates alternative solutions, and makes an informed policy recommendation. Students must take PP 691 for 4.00 credits the first time, but may repeat 691 up to three times, for 1-4 credits, if additional time is needed to prepare the Master's Thesis for defense. *Prerequisite: PP 690. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38181PS 111 - -7SSC-C-ASSC AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENTMcClellan EOpen30/35TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2284.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38182PS 205 - -4WCH-C-AWCH WESTERN POLITICAL HERITAGE (PH 205)Ricci GClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2284.00

WCH WESTERN POLITICAL HERITAGE (PH 205)


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) A critical assessment of the ideas and selected original works of leading Western social and political thinkers since Plato. Justice, equality, war and peace, rights, freedom, order and community are among some of the ideas to be examined from a variety of critical and historical perspectives.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38183PS 225 - -9HUM-C-AHUM AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN FILM AND FICTIONMcClellan EOpen8/20MW (09:30am-10:50am) ST 2114.00

HUM AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN FILM AND FICTION


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) An examination of democratic theory through major films and novels depicting the American political experience from the 1930s to the present. Questions to be explored include whether political elites are accountable to the general public, whether mass control of government is desirable, and how democracies should deal with evil. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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PS 225 - -9HUM-C-ALAB - HUM AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN FILM AND FICTIONM (03:30pm-06:30pm) ST 114
38184PS 230 - -PPL - -ARESEARCH METHODSKelly Woessner AOpen1/15MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2084.00

RESEARCH METHODS


4.00 credits. Techniques of empirical political research and the development of modern methods of analysis and data presentation in political science with reference to contributions from other social sciences. A major research project on methodology is required. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38185PS 245 - -5NCH-C-ANCH INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSOzkanca OClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2324.00

NCH INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) Survey of the basic units of analysis, concepts and principles of global international relations with emphasis on the formulation and implementation of foreign policy in the context of political, economic, military and cultural factors.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38186PS 245 - -5NCH-C-BNCH INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSOzkanca OOpen13/35TH (02:00pm-03:30pm) N 2074.00

NCH INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) Survey of the basic units of analysis, concepts and principles of global international relations with emphasis on the formulation and implementation of foreign policy in the context of political, economic, military and cultural factors.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38187PS 302 - -PPL - -AMOCK TRIAL IIAnderson TOpen5/9M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2012.00

MOCK TRIAL II


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. *Prerequisite: PS 301 in the same academic year. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

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38188PS 302 - -PPL - -BMOCK TRIAL IIAnderson TOpen15/15M (06:30pm-07:30pm) N 2010.00

MOCK TRIAL II


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. *Prerequisite: PS 301 in the same academic year. Signature Learning Experience: Practicum. A student may elect to repeat this class for the experience; however, no additional credit is earned. Graded Pass/No Pass. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38178PS 342 - -PPL - -APENNSYLVANIA POLITICS AND POLICY (PP 542)Bova WOpen9/18W (06:30pm-09:30pm) N 2104.00

PENNSYLVANIA POLITICS AND POLICY (PP 542)


4.00 credits. This course will examine Pennsylvania government, its structure and the politics that impact policy. Throughout the course we will monitor major policy issues at the state level and have the opportunity to discuss those policy issues with state officials, lobbyists, and members of the media.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38180PS 361 - -PPL - -APUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PP 561)McClellan EOpen12/20TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2304.00

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PP 561)


4.00 credits. A study of the role and influence of executive branch departments and agencies in American politics, government, and policymaking. Differences between public- and private-sector leadership, decision making, communications, organization, budgeting, and human resource management will be emphasized.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38782PS 490 - -PPL - -ASENIOR THESISMcClellan EOpen22/24By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR THESIS


4.00 credits. An individualized study project involving research of a topic and the preparation and defense of a major paper or project in consultation with the student's honors advisor and the Department faculty. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program and PS 495. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38816PS 490 - -PPL - -BSENIOR THESISOzkanca OOpen3/5By Arrangement4.00

SENIOR THESIS


4.00 credits. An individualized study project involving research of a topic and the preparation and defense of a major paper or project in consultation with the student's honors advisor and the Department faculty. Completion of this course does not assure recognition for Honors in the Discipline. Invitation to Honors in the Discipline Program and PS 495. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38818PS 492 - -PPL - -ARESEARCH IN POLITICAL SCIENCEMcClellan EOpen9/10By Arrangement4.00

RESEARCH IN POLITICAL SCIENCE


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). 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 PS 491 and PS 492 combined can count as Political Science electives. Additional credits count as free electives. *Prerequisite(s): At least sophomore standing. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Graded Pass/No Pass or Letter Graded. Register by Instructor. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38199EGR192 - -PY - -AINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IIDaily B, Batista Abreu JOpen3/25MW (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1642.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING II


2.00 credits. Introduction to the development of mathematical techniques for engineering applications including Matlab and statistics. Also a study of engineering ethics, and written and oral technical communication. Continued exploration of the engineering design process, including a design-and-build project. *Prerequisites: EGR191. *Corequisites: EGR192L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 4. Spring semester.




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38200EGR192 - -PY - -BINTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING IIDaily B, Batista Abreu JOpen4/25TH (01:55pm-03:35pm) E 1642.00

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING II


2.00 credits. Introduction to the development of mathematical techniques for engineering applications including Matlab and statistics. Also a study of engineering ethics, and written and oral technical communication. Continued exploration of the engineering design process, including a design-and-build project. *Prerequisites: EGR191. *Corequisites: EGR192L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion/laboratory 4. Spring semester.




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38841EGR200 - -PY - -AENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECTDeGoede KOpen8/10By Arrangement0.00

ENGINEERING RESEARCH/PROJECT


Variable credit. A student may participate in an ongoing research or design project for academic credit. Registration for this course must be approved by the supervising faculty member and the Department Chair. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to submit proposals for Independent Study (Engineering 480-489). Can be taken Pass/No Pass. Register by Instructor. This course may be repeated for credit.




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38202EGR201 - -PY - -ASOPHOMORE PROJECTDaily B, Batista Abreu JClosed0/40By Arrangement1.00

SOPHOMORE PROJECT


1.00 credit. An engineering project performed in small teams under the supervision of the instructor. Progress reports and a final report and presentation are required. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38160EGR222 - -PY - -ASYSTEMS PROGRAMMING (CS 222)Li POpen19/22MWF (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 2814.00

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING (CS 222)


4.00 credits. This course covers advanced programming and machine representation of data and data structures, including dynamic structures and files. Topics include memory allocation, run-time data organization, function linkage and parameter passing, interrupt processing and the relationship between high level and machine language. *Prerequisite: CS 122. Spring semester.




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38201EGR230 - -PY - -ACOMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND HI-TECH FUNDAMENTALS (CS 230)Wunderlich JOpen11/14MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2734.00

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND HI-TECH FUNDAMENTALS (CS 230)


4.00 credits. Board-level design of microcomputers and the study of various computer architectures and hardware/software computing platforms. Topics include computer ethics, hardware components such as memory registers, central processor types, controllers, peripherals, input/output architecture and devices, memory management and networking. *Prerequisite: CS 121. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38113EGR248 - -PY - -AQUANTITATIVE METHODS/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BA 248)Mansour SClosed25/30MW (05:00pm-06:20pm) H 2154.00

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

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38225EGR255 - -PY - -ASUSTAINABLE RESOURCE ENGINEERING AND DESIGNScanlin MClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) E GAUD3.00

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. Spring semester.




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38205EGR301 - -PY - -AENGINEERING DESIGN AND JUNIOR PROJECTEstrada TOpen4/40F (12:30pm-01:30pm) N 2102.00

ENGINEERING DESIGN AND JUNIOR PROJECT


2.00 credits. This course explores design methodology and practice under the supervision of the instructor. Progress reports including a final report and presentation are required. Hours: lecture 1 and project work. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




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38203EGR315 - -PY - -ACOMMUNICATION THEORYEstrada TOpen9/20MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1823.00

COMMUNICATION THEORY


3.00 credits. An introduction to the broad area of communication systems. Introduction to communication systems including the analysis and transmission of signals, modulation and demodulation, sampling and analog-to-digital conversion, and an introduction to both digital data transmission and wireless communications. *Prerequisite: EGR 310. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38226EGR323 - -PY - -ABIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENTDeGoede KOpen13/20MW (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 1643.00

BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT


3.00 credits. Dynamics of muscle and tendon, models of muscle contraction. Kinematics and dynamics of the human body, methods for generating equations of motion. Mechanics of proprioceptors and other sensors. Analysis of human movement, including gait, running, and balance. Computer simulations and discussion of experimental measurement techniques. *Prerequisite(s): EGR 360 and CS 121. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38227EGR366 - -PY - -ACIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALSBatista Abreu JOpen11/20TH (08:00am-09:20am) E 1843.00

CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS


3.00 credits. Discussion of basic mechanical and physical properties of a variety of civil engineering materials such as concrete, asphalt, wood, and fiber composites. Evaluation and design for properties, load-time deformation characteristics, response to typical service environments. *Prerequisite: EGR 264. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38204EGR368 - -PY - -AFLUID MECHANICS AND HYDROLOGYDaily BOpen3/30MW (08:00am-09:20am) N 2023.00

FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDROLOGY


3.00 credits. Topics include fluid properties, fluid statics, control volume analysis, steady and unsteady Bernoulli equation, and introduction to differential analysis of fluid flow. Laminar and turbulent flow in pipes and channels and in external flow. The boundary layer concept, lift, and drag. Runoff and catchment. *Prerequisites: EGR 260 and MA 222. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38206EGR396 - -PY - -ASPRING SEMINARAtwood SOpen2/30W (04:00pm-05:00pm) E 1871.00

SPRING 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. Spring semester.




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38798EGR402 - -PY - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IIDeGoede K, Atwood S, Daily B, Batista Abreu JOpen16/40By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING II


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 detail and final design work and construction of a working prototype. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. *Prerequisite: EGR 401. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38848EGR402 - -PY - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING IIWunderlich J, Li POpen10/16By Arrangement2.00

SENIOR PROJECT IN ENGINEERING II


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 detail and final design work and construction of a working prototype. Progress reports, a final report and a public seminar are required. *Prerequisite: EGR 401. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38207EGR410 - -PY - -ACONTROL SYSTEMSEstrada TOpen4/36TH (09:30am-10:50am) E 1874.00

CONTROL SYSTEMS


4.00 credits. Design and analysis of continuous time-domain control systems using system modeling techniques and simulation software for control algorithms. Evaluation of control system performance and design criteria including feedback, stability, sensitivity, time and frequency response. Introduction to similar topics in the discrete-time domains. Includes a two-hour laboratory each week applying the theory to physical systems. *Prerequisite: EGR 310. *Corequisite: EGR 410L. Spring semester.




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38208EGR410 -L-PY - -ACONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORYEstrada TOpen4/18W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 182

CONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORY


0.00 credit. A weekly two-hour laboratory applying the theory control systems to physical systems. *Corequisite: EGR 410. Spring semester, odd-numbered years.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38209EGR410 -L-PY - -BCONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORYEstrada TClosed0/18H (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 182

CONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORY


0.00 credit. A weekly two-hour laboratory applying the theory control systems to physical systems. *Corequisite: EGR 410. Spring semester, odd-numbered years.




Credit Type: Not Graded

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38166EGR422 - -PY - -AOPERATING SYSTEMS (CS 422)Leap TOpen20/22MWF (02:00pm-03:20pm) E 2814.00

OPERATING SYSTEMS (CS 422)


4.00 credits. Principles and theories behind the design of operating systems and their practical implementation, including executives and monitors, task handlers, scheduling algorithms, file handlers, device drivers and interrupt handlers, theories of resource allocation and sharing, multiprocessing and interprocess communication. *Prerequisites: CS/EGR 222 and CS/EGR 332. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38171EGR433 - -PY - -AADVANCED COMPUTER ENGINEERING (CS 433)Wunderlich JOpen13/16MF (03:30pm-06:00pm) E 2734.00

ADVANCED COMPUTER ENGINEERING (CS 433)


4.00 credits. Circuit level design and implementation of complete computer systems. Major laboratory projects require students to design, build, test and demonstrate computer hardware designs using Field Programmable Gate Arrays and bread boarded circuits. Class lectures include design of embedded systems, microcontrollers, microprocessors and supercomputers. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 3. *Prerequisites: CS/EGR 332. Spring semester, even-numbered years.




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38210EGR463 - -PY - -AANALYTICAL MECHANICS AND VIBRATIONSDeGoede KOpen14/24TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2083.00

ANALYTICAL MECHANICS AND VIBRATIONS


3.00 credits. Lagrangian formulations for three-dimensional motion of particles and rigid bodies. Linear free and forced responses of one and multi degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. Introduction to vibration control/absorption. *Prerequisite: EGR 360 and MA 321. Spring semester.




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38211EGR467 - -PY - -ATHERMODYNAMICSAtwood SOpen7/32MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 2703.00

THERMODYNAMICS


3.00 credits. Properties of pure substances, equations of state, and the laws of thermodynamics applied to analysis of closed and open systems, including power and refrigeration cycles, psychrometrics and combustion. Emphasis on macroscopic thermodynamics and engineering applications. *Prerequisites: EGR 260 and MA 122, or permission of the instructor. Spring semester.




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38212EGR495 - -PY - -AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO I (ART495)Ricci P, Wunderlich JOpen6/7W (04:00pm-05:40pm) E 2732.00

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO I (ART495)


2.00 credits. Architectural Design studio course offered every Spring with rotating architectural case studies taught by full-time faculty and visiting Architects. Case studies are repeated no less than every two years so that students in Studio I and Studio II can participate in the same lectures. Independent student design work in Studio I and II is required to be documented in an electronic portfolio; and professional documentation, drawings, and oral defense of architectural designs are required. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




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38214EGR496 - -PY - -AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO IIRicci P, Wunderlich JOpen7/7W (04:00pm-05:40pm) E 2732.00

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO II


2.00 credits. Architectural Design studio course offered every Spring with rotating architectural case studies taught by full-time faculty and visiting Architects. Case studies are repeated no less than every two years so that students in Studio I and Studio II can participate in the same lectures. Independent student design work in Studio I and II is required to be documented in an electronic portfolio; and professional documentation, drawings, and oral defense of architectural designs are required. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38216ES 114 - -6NPS-C-ANPS GEOSYSTEMS: LANDSCAPES, OCEANS AND ATMOSPHEREScanlin MClosed0/40TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E GAUD4.00

NPS GEOSYSTEMS: LANDSCAPES, OCEANS AND ATMOSPHERE


4.00 credits. (Natural and Physical Science Core Course) Introduction to geology and meteorology, presenting Earth as an intricately coupled system that makes life possible. Landscapes, plate tectonics, oceans and atmosphere, chaos and weather prediction, climates and patterns of change, and landscape modification by the hydrologic system. Discovery-oriented lab includes field trips to geological sites. *Corequisite: ES 114L. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38217ES 114 -L-6NPS-C-ANPS GEOSYSTEMS LABORATORYScanlin MClosed0/20M (11:00am-12:20pm) E 184

NPS GEOSYSTEMS LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Introduction to geology and meteorology, presenting Earth as an intricately coupled system that makes life possible. Landscapes, plate tectonics, oceans and atmosphere, chaos and weather prediction, climates and patterns of change, and landscape modification by the hydrologic system. Discovery-oriented lab includes field trips to geological sites. *Corequisite: ES 114. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38218ES 114 -L-6NPS-C-BNPS GEOSYSTEMS LABORATORYScanlin MClosed0/20M (12:30pm-01:50pm) E 184

NPS GEOSYSTEMS LABORATORY


0.00 credit. Introduction to geology and meteorology, presenting Earth as an intricately coupled system that makes life possible. Landscapes, plate tectonics, oceans and atmosphere, chaos and weather prediction, climates and patterns of change, and landscape modification by the hydrologic system. Discovery-oriented lab includes field trips to geological sites. *Corequisite: ES 114. Hours: lecture 3, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38219PHY102 - -PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS IIYolleck AOpen4/28TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 1644.00

GENERAL PHYSICS II


4.00 credits. Continuation of PHY 101. Topics include waves, sound, electricity and magnetism, geometric optics, and radioactivity. Prerequisites: PHY 101. Students who have credit for PHY 202 may not enroll in this course for credit. Corequisites: PH 102L. Hours: lecture 3, discussion 1, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38220PHY102 -L-PY - -AGENERAL PHYSICS II LABYolleck AOpen9/18M (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 182

GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB


0.00 credit. Lab section to accompany PHY 102 lecture. *Corequisites: PHY 102.




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38221PHY102 -L-PY - -BGENERAL PHYSICS II LABYolleck AOpen3/18M (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 182

GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB


0.00 credit. Lab section to accompany PHY 102 lecture. *Corequisites: PHY 102.




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38222PHY201 - -PY - -ACOLLEGE PHYSICS IStuckey WClosed0/28MWF (08:00am-09:20am) E 1644.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS I


4.00 credits. Calculus-based introduction to the basic concepts of mechanics, classical kinematics and dynamics (linear and rotational motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum), friction, statics, universal gravitation, and relativity. *Pre/Corequisite: MA 121. Students who have credit for PHY 101 may not enroll in this course for credit. Corequisite: PHY201L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion 4, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38223PHY201 - -PY - -BCOLLEGE PHYSICS IStuckey WOpen7/28MWF (09:30am-10:50am) E 1644.00

COLLEGE PHYSICS I


4.00 credits. Calculus-based introduction to the basic concepts of mechanics, classical kinematics and dynamics (linear and rotational motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum), friction, statics, universal gravitation, and relativity. *Pre/Corequisite: MA 121. Students who have credit for PHY 101 may not enroll in this course for credit. Corequisite: PHY201L. Hours: combined lecture/discussion 4, laboratory 2. Spring semester.




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38224PHY201 -L-PY - -ACOLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORYYolleck AClosed0/18W (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 163

COLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. PHY 201 College Physics I Laboratory. *Corequisite: PHY 201.




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38708PHY201 -L-PY - -BCOLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORYYolleck AOpen1/18W (04:00pm-05:50pm) E 163

COLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. PHY 201 College Physics I Laboratory. *Corequisite: PHY 201.




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38709PHY201 -L-PY - -CCOLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORYYolleck AOpen5/18H (02:00pm-03:50pm) E 163

COLLEGE PHYSICS I LABORATORY


0.00 credit. PHY 201 College Physics I Laboratory. *Corequisite: PHY 201.




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38752PHY423 - -PY - -AGENERAL RELATIVITYStuckey WOpen2/6TH (11:00am-12:20pm) E 1633.00

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 the Schwarzchild solution and relativistic cosmology. *Prerequisites: MA 121. Offered as needed.




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38837PHY492 - -PY - -ARESEARCH II IN COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICStuckey WOpen3/5By Arrangement2.00

RESEARCH II IN COMPUTATIONAL PHYSIC


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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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RE
38191REL103 - -9HUM-C-AHUM RELIGION AND NONVIOLENCELong MOpen14/35TH (09:30am-10:45am) N 2324.00

HUM RELIGION AND NONVIOLENCE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course examines the interplay between religion and violence, the challenge of nonviolence in religious traditions, and the practice of religious nonviolence in US history. Special attention will also be granted to religious terrorism.




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38192REL103 - -9HUM-C-BHUM RELIGION AND NONVIOLENCELong MOpen21/35TH (11:00am-12:15pm) N 2324.00

HUM RELIGION AND NONVIOLENCE


4.00 credits. (Humanities Core Course) This course examines the interplay between religion and violence, the challenge of nonviolence in religious traditions, and the practice of religious nonviolence in US history. Special attention will also be granted to religious terrorism.




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38711REL170 - -RE - -AWHY WORK? FINDING MEANING IN WORKSadd TOpen20/35MW (01:00pm-01:50pm) N 2102.00

WHY WORK? FINDING MEANING IN WORK


2.00 credits. Through this course we will look at the changing nature of work over time and what people involved in a wide variety of work have to say about that experience. At the same time, we will engage theological and philosophical voices as they reflect on purposeful llife work and how work fits into a life well-lived. We will begin by examining what Elizabethtown College, which was founded by member of the Church of the Brethren, has to say about work and purposeful life work, and what a life well-lived looks like in light of the modern and future workplace.




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38712REL171 - -RE - -ARELIGION AND CLIMATE CHANGEBucher COpen1/15T (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2012.00

RELIGION AND CLIMATE CHANGE


2.00 credits. This course looks at the ways in which religious attitudes shape views of climate change and global warming. With a focus primarily on attitudes in the USA, we look at differing religious responses to environmental crises and the underlying reasons for those differences. We also look at scriptural, theological, and moral arguments that motivate people of faith to action in response to global warming.




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38713REL172 - -RE - -ARELIGION AND GUNS IN THE USABucher CClosed0/16H (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2012.00

RELIGION AND GUNS IN THE USA


2.00 credits. This course will look at hte contemporary problem of gun violence in the USA in relation to religion and religious views. We will look at the connection between gun ownership and religion. The class will explore possible ways to reduce gun violence.




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38196REL217 - -2PLO-C-APLO SANSKRIT ILong JOpen16/24MW (09:30am-10:45am) N 2284.00

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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38193REL225 - -5NCH-C-ANCH THE HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EASTBucher CClosed0/18MW (02:00pm-03:15pm) N 2124.00

NCH THE HEBREW BIBLE AND ANCIENT NEAR EAST


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament or Tanakh), with emphasis on its ancient Near Eastern context. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38197REL226 - -4WCH-C-AWCH THE NEW TESTAMENTBucher COpen11/35TH (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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38194REL290 - -5NCH-C-ANCH DHARMA TRADITIONS: HINDU, BUDDHIST, JAIN, AND SIKHLong JClosed0/35MWF (02:00pm-03:15pm) 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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38710REL300 - -RE - -ABRETHREN IN CHINA (HI 300)Bach J, Kenley DOpen19/20TH (12:30pm-01:45pm) YC CLSRM4.00

BRETHREN IN CHINA (HI 300)


4.00 credits. This course investigates the history of Brethren missionary activities in China between 1908 and 1952, highlighting the impact of these activities on gender roles, national identity, and peacemaking.




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38195REL495 - -RE - -ACAPSTONE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESLong JOpen3/10M (06:30pm-09:15pm) W 2114.00

CAPSTONE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES


Variable (2.00 or 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. This course is repeatable for a maximum of four credits. *Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior status. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Capstone

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SO
38414AN 111 - -5NCH-C-ANCH UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURESBhattacharya MClosed0/35WF (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2054.00

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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38415AN 201 - -6NPS-C-ANPS PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYNewell EClosed0/35TH (12:30pm-01:50pm) N 2104.00

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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38251AN 342 - -SO - -APRIMATES (BIO 342)Newell EOpen8/15WF (09:30am-10:50am) N 2304.00

PRIMATES (BIO 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, adaption, 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. Fall semester.




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38416AN 361 - -SO - -AARCHEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHYWheelersburg ROpen2/14WF (02:00pm-03:20pm) W 2044.00

ARCHEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY


4.00 credits. Methods of historical archaeology and cultural geography are covered, including field survey and documentary analysis, including diaries, letters, government records and maps.




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38836AN 490 - -SO - -ARESEARCH IN ANTHROPOLOGYNewell EOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

RESEARCH IN ANTHROPOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students will engage in an original research investigation developed and implemented in collaboration with faculty overseeing the course. Students will write a paper that summarizes and reflects upon the findings and present their research to the departmental faculty. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38423SAN105 - -SO - -AINTRODUCTORY SEMINAR FOR SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGYKanagy COpen7/17F (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2051.00

INTRODUCTORY SEMINAR FOR SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY


1.00 credit. This course will introduce new majors to the disciplines of and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Students will be introduced to the expectations and opportunities in the department, receive cohort curricular advising, and learn about career options in the fields. Students will be introduced to the practices of social science research and writing. *Prerequisites: Sophomore status and officially declared major in Sociology/Anthropology. Graded Pass/No Pass.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

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38417SAN331 - -SO - -ASTATISTICAL ANALYSISKozimor-King MOpen13/20TH (02:00pm-03:20pm) N 2084.00

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS


4.00 credits. Basic introduction to the study of statistical techniques of social research and analysis with emphasis on reasoning with data. *Prerequisites: SAN 330 and MA 251. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38418SO 101 - -7SSC-C-ASSC DISCOVERING SOCIETYKanagy COpen17/35TH (08:00am-09:20am) N 2104.00

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.




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38419SO 204 - -7SSC-C-ASSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUESKozimor-King MOpen13/35TH (11:00am-12:20pm) N 2284.00

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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38420SO 217 - -SO - -AU.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMKanagy COpen14/35TH (09:30am-10:50am) N 2054.00

U.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM


4.00 credits. An overview of the criminal justice system in the United States that examines theories of justice, policing, courts, corrections, and alternatives to addressing crime.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38681SO 270 - -SO - -ALAW AND SOCIAL CHANGEOpen8/24H (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2344.00

LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE


4.00 credits. An analysis of the ways in which law is both a means of achieving social change and a product of social change. *Prerequisite: Sophomore status or permission of the instructor.




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38421SO 353 - -SO - -APOLICING IN AMERICACunningham EOpen25/35M (06:30pm-09:15pm) N 2074.00

POLICING IN AMERICA


4.00 credits. Examines the structure of policing and police behavior in America, including the roles of police officers, decision-making strategies, community relations and problems with policing.




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38763SO 355 - -SO - -AEMERGENCY OPERATIONS IN DISASTER RESPONSEWheelersburg ROpen30/35WF (09:30am-10:50am) H 2114.00

EMERGENCY OPERATIONS IN DISASTER RESPONSE


4.00 credits. Emergency Operations will focus on governmental (local, state and federal) and non-government organizational (e.g. Red Cross) responses to natural (e.g. hurricanes and tornadoes) and man-made (e.g. terrorism, industrial accidents) disasters. Students learn about how various disasters effect different societies or ethnic groups within those societies. Course requirements include completion of independent study courses through FEMA's Emergency Management Institute. In addition, students take several field trips to sites like the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) Emergency Operations Center and Lancaster County Emergency Training Center. Several hands-on activities facilitate student understanding of the emergency management aspects of disaster planning and response. The course culminates in a real world emergency management exercise at the college or other location, designed to allow students to apply material learned in the course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38822SO 400 - -SO - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGYKanagy COpen4/5By 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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38842SO 400 - -SO - -BSENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIOLOGYKozimor-King MOpen4/5By 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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38843SO 490 - -SO - -ARESEARCH IN SOCIOLOGYKozimor-King MOpen4/5By Arrangement4.00

RESEARCH IN SOCIOLOGY


Variable (1.00 to 4.00) credit(s). Students will engage in an original research investigation developed and implemented in collaboration with faculty overseeing the course. Students will write a paper that summarizes and reflects upon the findings and present their research to the departmental faculty. Students must obtain permission of the professor who they wish to serve as their research mentor before enrolling in the course. Signature Learning Experience: Supervised Research. Register by Instructor. Fall semester. This course is repeatable for credit.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Supervised Research

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38043SW 160 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND RESPONSE OF SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONSHaffejee BOpen16/35TH (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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38044SW 233 - -SW - -AHUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTEberz KOpen6/25T (05:30pm-08:20pm) N 2074.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38856SW 236 - -4WCH-C-AWCH SOCIAL ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA I (PSY 236)Roy M, Haffejee BOpen16/16F (02:00pm-03:45pm) N 2342.00

WCH SOCIAL ISSUES IN SOUTH AFRICA I (PSY 236)


2.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The central goal of these two 2-credit courses is for students to understand the struggles that South Africa has gone through leading up to the institution of apartheid, during the apartheid years, and post apartheid. Students learn about the social issues related to the conflict and the different approaches used to try to resolve these conflicts within the framework provided by social work and psychology. Register by Instructor. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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38045SW 280 - -SW - -AMULTICULTURAL COUNSELING SKILLSRamos TOpen2/25H (06:00pm-08:50pm) N 2074.00

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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

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38046SW 368 - -SW - -AGENERALIST SW PRACTICE II: FAMILIES AND SMALL GROUPSTeter HOpen19/25H (05:30pm-08:15pm) N 2054.00

GENERALIST SW PRACTICE II: FAMILIES AND SMALL GROUPS


4.00 credits. A study of the knowledge, values and skills that comprise the generalist base of social work practice. It is designed to assist students in developing basic entry-level social work competencies to work with groups and families from a systems perspective. A 40-hour supervised field experience is required. *Prerequisite: SW 367, or permission of the instructor. *Corequisite: SW 369; and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38047SW 369 - -SW - -AGENERALIST SW PRACTICE III: COMMUNITIES AND ORGANIZATIONSHaffejee BOpen19/25TH (11:00am-12:30pm) N 2054.00

GENERALIST SW PRACTICE III: COMMUNITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS


4.00 credits. Theory and skills development for macro generalist social work practice are presented. Promoting the social welfare of communities and organizations by enhancing social and economic justice is stressed. *Prerequisite: SW 330, or permission of the instructor. *Corequisite: SW 368; and social work majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

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38048SW 380 - -SW - -ASOCIAL POLICYSagen AOpen18/24T (03:30pm-06:20pm) N 2054.00

SOCIAL POLICY


4.00 credits. Students build their knowledge of social welfare and social work's historical and philosophical foundation. They learn why and how social policy is formulated and implemented, how policy impacts direct practice, and frameworks for policy analysis. *Prerequisites: SW 330, SW 367 or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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38815SW 400 - -SW - -ASENIOR PROJECT IN SOCIAL WORKMapp SOpen4/5By 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

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

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38677SW 472 - -SW - -AADVANCED FIELD SEMINARMapp SClosed0/6M (08:30am-09:20am) N 2121.00

ADVANCED FIELD SEMINAR


1.00 credit. The course supports students during their spring internship hours through assignments that allow them to apply course knowledge to the field as well as discuss issues. *Prerequisite(s): SW 470 and SW 471 and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 473 and SW 495.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38678SW 472 - -SW - -BADVANCED FIELD SEMINAREberz KOpen2/6M (08:30am-09:20am) W 2041.00

ADVANCED FIELD SEMINAR


1.00 credit. The course supports students during their spring internship hours through assignments that allow them to apply course knowledge to the field as well as discuss issues. *Prerequisite(s): SW 470 and SW 471 and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 473 and SW 495.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38679SW 473 - -SW - -AADVANCED FIELD INSTRUCTIONMapp SClosed0/6By Arrangement11.00

ADVANCED FIELD INSTRUCTION


11.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 400 hours plus a weekly on-campus seminar. Students proceed from an "assistant" position to one of complete client responsibility under direct supervision. Roles students assume may include advocate, enabler, social broker and program planner. *Prerequisite(s): SW 470 and SW 471 and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 472 and SW 495. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38680SW 473 - -SW - -BADVANCED FIELD INSTRUCTIONEberz KOpen2/6By Arrangement11.00

ADVANCED FIELD INSTRUCTION


11.00 credits. Supervised field instruction for at least 400 hours plus a weekly on-campus seminar. Students proceed from an "assistant" position to one of complete client responsibility under direct supervision. Roles students assume may include advocate, enabler, social broker and program planner. *Prerequisite(s): SW 470 and SW 471 and social work majors only. *Corequisite(s): SW 472 and SW 495. Signature Learning Experience: Field Placement. Graded Pass/No Pass. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Pass/No Pass

Signature Learning: Internship and Field

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
38051SW 495 - -SW - -ASENIOR SEMINAR IN SOCIAL WORKMapp SOpen2/12M (09:30am-12:20pm) W 2044.00

SENIOR SEMINAR IN SOCIAL WORK


4.00 credits. Final course integrating the theory from preceding courses with the professional experience of field instruction. A major project is required. *Corequisite: SW 472 and SW 473, or permission of the instructor, and social work majors only. Signature Learning Experience: Capstone Experience. Spring semester.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
WG
38413WGS105 - -7SSC-C-ASSC SEX AND GENDER IN SOCIETYBhattacharya MOpen27/35W (06:00pm-08:50pm) 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.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

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Additional Fees: 0.00

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37986WGS330 - -WGS - -APSYCHOLOGY OF DIVERSITY (PSY 330)Smith TClosed23/24WF (09:30am-10:45am) N 2344.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF DIVERSITY (PSY 330)


4.00 credits. This course will center on understanding social difference and social inequality, and will examine the cognitive and emotional underpinnings of stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination, and identity. We will consider how conscious and unconscious bias influence people's judgments and affinities, and will also closely examine the development of meaningful group identities (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation). Learning will take place though in-class lectures, activities, and discussion, class readings, and engagement with a community-based placement. *Prerequisites: PSY 105 and junior status or permission of instructor. Signature Learning Experience: Community-Based Learning.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Community-Based Learning (CBL)

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)