Sep 24, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


Academic departments and programs are  generally listed in alphabetical order. All courses are listed under the department or program in which they are offered. Courses which are cross-listed will appear in more than one place.

Course Designations

Courses of instruction are designated by a system of four-digit numbers within each department. The first digit in the number indicates the class standing that a student must attain to be eligible for the course. To interpret the numbering system, students need to know that:

  • Courses generally for freshmen are numbered in the series beginning 1000. Freshmen may not register for any course numbered 2000 or above, except by placement or with the permission of the instructor. Similarly, sophomores may not register for courses numbered 3000 or above, or juniors 4000 or above, with exceptions permitted only by the instructor.
  • Cross-listed courses are courses appropriate to more than one department or area.
  • The number of credit hours per course is indicated below the course title. Courses which may be taken for variable credit (applied music lessons, independent studies, internships, etc.) or which can be repeated for credit are so indicated.
  • Prerequisites for each course are so indicated following the description.
  • Special Topics, Internships, and Independent Studies courses are listed with numbers separated by semicolons. These courses may be taken in any order.
  • The (FR) designation after a number indicates that the course is offered only as a first-year seminar.
 
   •  ENG 2209 - Memoir Writing
   •  ENG 2211 - Grammar and Usage
   •  ENG 2212 - Professional Communication
   •  ENG 2213 - Literary Methods
   •  ENG 2214 - Editing and Desktop Publishing
   •  ENG 2215 - Newspaper Practicum
   •  ENG 2216 - Newspaper Practicum
   •  ENG 2217 - Growing up in America
   •  ENG 2218 - Peer Tutoring: Writing Center
   •  ENG 2219 - Making Multimedia
   •  ENG 2220 - World Literature
   •  ENG 2225 - Dramatic Dark Ages
   •  ENG 2226 - The Graphic Novel
   •  ENG 2228 - Scar Tissue
   •  ENG 2229 - Medieval Visions and Visionaries
   •  ENG 2230 - Age of Arthur
   •  ENG 2231 - Renaissance Literature
   •  ENG 2232 - Enlightenment Literature
   •  ENG 2233 - The Romantics
   •  ENG 2234 - Vic Lit: Between the Covers
   •  ENG 2235 - Advanced Peer Tutoring
   •  ENG 2241 - American Literature I: Liberty and Slavery
   •  ENG 2242 - American Literature II: Realism and Naturalism
   •  ENG 2243 - American Literature III: Modern and Contemporary
   •  ENG 2250 - Post-Colonial Literature
   •  ENG 2254 - Nature Writing
   •  ENG 2255 - Others: Short Story Cycle
   •  ENG 2256 - American Poetry
   •  ENG 2258 - African American Literature I
   •  ENG 2260 - Horror Fiction
   •  ENG 2261 - Literature by Women
   •  ENG 2265 - Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 2268 - African American Literature II
   •  ENG 2270 - Twentieth-Century British Literature
   •  ENG 2272 - Popular Romance Fiction
   •  ENG 2273 - Detective and Mystery Fiction
   •  ENG 2295 - Internship in English
   •  ENG 2298 - Independent Studies in English
   •  ENG 3306 - Approaches to the Study of Language
   •  ENG 3307 - New Media Writing
   •  ENG 3308 - Writing in Law and Policy
   •  ENG 3309 - Approaches to Everyday Discourse
   •  ENG 3310 - Autobiography & Theory
   •  ENG 3312 - Writing for Nonprofit Organizations
   •  ENG 3319 - Making Publications Digital
   •  ENG 3325 - Writing in English Studies
   •  ENG 3341 - British Novel I
   •  ENG 3342 - British Novel II
   •  ENG 3343 - The American Novel
   •  ENG 3350 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 3352 - Advanced Topics in Popular Literature
   •  ENG 3360 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 3362 - Austen
   •  ENG 3363 - Major Figures and Groups I (British)
   •  ENG 3364 - Major Figures and Groups II (American)
   •  ENG 3365 - Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 3370 - Medieval & Renaissance Inquiries
   •  ENG 3395 - Internship in English
   •  ENG 3398 - Independent Studies in English
   •  ENG 4492 - Senior Seminar
   •  ENG 4498 - Independent Studies in English
   •  ENV 1131 - Environmental Problem Solving
   •  ENV 1165 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 2116 - Energy and the Environment
   •  ENV 2117 - Environmental Geology
   •  ENV 2120 - Geographic Information Systems
   •  ENV 2151 - Sustainability
   •  ENV 2203 - Science of Soil, Water and Air
   •  ENV 2207 - Environmental Management
   •  ENV 2215 - Environmental Policy
   •  ENV 2265 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 3106 - Conservation Biology
   •  ENV 3110 - Climatology
   •  ENV 3120 - ENV Junior Seminar
   •  ENV 3365 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 4465 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 4494 - ENV Senior Seminar
   •  FRE 1101 - Elementary French
   •  FRE 1102 - Elementary French
   •  FRE 1103 - Elementary French for Advanced Beginners
   •  FRE 1123 - The French-Speaking World
   •  FRE 1131 - Culture of France
   •  FRE 2100 - Introduction to Business French
   •  FRE 2110 - L'Amérique française: le Québec, la Louisiane, les Antilles et la Guyane
   •  FRE 2211 - Cultures Francophones
   •  FRE 2215 - Intermediate Composition & Conversation
   •  FRE 2265 - Special Topics in French
   •  FRE 2295 - Internships in French
   •  FRE 2298 - Independent Studies in French
   •  FRE 2510 - Cinema for Composition & Conversation
   •  FRE 2511 - Bandes dessinées et images de la culture française
   •  FRE 2512 - Le Sport en Francophonie
   •  FRE 2513 - France and the European Union
   •  FRE 2514 - Out of Africa: Nouvelles d’expression française
   •  FRE 3100 - French House Study
   •  FRE 3301 - Introduction to the Study of French Literature I
   •  FRE 3302 - Introduction to the Study of French Literature II
   •  FRE 3304 - Ecrire en français
   •  FRE 3307 - Colonial Desire
   •  FRE 3308 - La Méditerranée
 

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