Jul 22, 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.
 
   •  FRE 3310 - Advanced Studies in French I
   •  FRE 3320 - French/English Translation
   •  FRE 3321 - Histoire du cinéma français
   •  FRE 3323 - L'Espace outre-mer
   •  FRE 3330 - Current Events in France/ L’Actualité Française
   •  FRE 3331 - Paris
   •  FRE 3365 - Special Topics in French
   •  FRE 3395 - Internships in French
   •  FRE 3398 - Independent Studies in French
   •  FRE 4407 - Colonial Desire
   •  FRE 4408 - La Méditerranée
   •  FRE 4410 - Advanced Studies in French II
   •  FRE 4420 - French/English Translation
   •  FRE 4421 - Histoire du cinéma français
   •  FRE 4423 - L'Espace outre-mer
   •  FRE 4430 - Current Events in France/ L’Actualité Française
   •  FRE 4431 - Paris
   •  FRE 4465 - Special Topics in French
   •  FRE 4495 - Internships in French
   •  FRE 4498 - Independent Studies in French
   •  FYS 1108 - From Chaos to Compromise
   •  FYS 1109 - Our Unseen Enemies: Emerging Viruses
   •  FYS 1113 - Acting
   •  FYS 1114 - Technology in Education
   •  FYS 1115 - A World of Light and Color
   •  FYS 1119 - Grp Proc in Interactive Thea
   •  FYS 1129 - Close Encounters: Merging Worlds
   •  FYS 1135 - Theatre Appreciation
   •  FYS 1136 - Putin's Russia: Past and Present
   •  FYS 1137 - Chemistry in Context
   •  FYS 1139 - Half the Human Experience
   •  FYS 1142 - Gestural Foundations of ASL
   •  FYS 1147 - Scientific Revolutions
   •  FYS 1148 - Music and Words As a Quest
   •  FYS 1149 - Gender, Literature, Culture
   •  FYS 1150 - America’s Game Baseball
   •  FYS 1151 - Drugs and the Mind
   •  FYS 1155 - The Ghost Fiction Tradition
   •  FYS 1157 - Psychology and the Law
   •  FYS 1159 - Horror in Fiction and Film
   •  FYS 1160 - Journalism in the 21st Century
   •  FYS 1162 - Reality Television
   •  FYS 1165 - Biodiversity
   •  FYS 1170 - Intro to Liberal Arts Through Research
   •  FYS 1173 - Malaria: Human Scrouge
   •  FYS 1176 - Alexander on the Road
   •  FYS 1177 - Information in the 21st Century
   •  FYS 1179 - Fried Melon Seedds, Chery Cars, and Tiechua in Contemporary China
   •  FYS 1180 - Understanding China
   •  FYS 1181 - From Grimm to Disney
   •  FYS 1184 - The Sustainability Revolution
   •  FYS 1186 - Religion and the Earth
   •  FYS 1191 - Medical Careers 101
   •  FYS 1193 - College Life in Cinema
   •  FYS 1196 - Mark to Message: Drawing Now
   •  FYS 1197 - Why Was Socrates Tried
   •  FYS 1198 - The Greatest Novel Ever
   •  FYS 1199 - Freakonomics
   •  FYS 1200 - What Race Are We Now?
   •  FYS 1201 - The Politics of Dystopias
   •  FYS 1202 - What the Bible Really Says
   •  FYS 1203 - Goblins, Hobbits & Magicians
   •  FYS 1204 - Tooning In
   •  FYS 1205 - Love Gone Wrong in Literature
   •  FYS 1206 - Rebels in Early America
   •  FYS 1207 - Shakespeare at the Movies
   •  FYS 1208 - Leadership and Personal Growth
   •  FYS 1209 - Childhood Around the World
   •  FYS 1210 - Exploring Disabilities/Media
   •  FYS 1212 - Medieval Supernatural Worlds
   •  FYS 1213 - European Visions of America
   •  FYS 1214 - Homeric Myths and Heroes
   •  FYS 1215 - Ideas That Made America
   •  FYS 1216 - The Ocean
   •  FYS 1217 - Aging Amer: Challenge & Opportunity
   •  FYS 1218 - Food Chemistry
   •  FYS 1219 - The Nature of Science
   •  FYS 1220 - World Music Survey
   •  FYS 1221 - Doctor Who and Metacognition
   •  FYS 1222 - Heroic Leaders & Evil Tyrants
   •  FYS 1223 - Introduction to Game Theory
   •  FYS 1224 - Androids, Martians, Astronauts
   •  FYS 1225 - Scientific Thinking Strategies
   •  FYS 1226 - The Psychology of Star Wars
   •  FYS 1227 - Game Theory
   •  FYS 1228 - Born to Run?
   •  FYS 1229 - Race-Based New Religions
   •  FYS 1230 - Tinkering with Discovery
   •  FYS 1231 - The Examined Life
   •  FYS 1232 - Shakespeare's Game of Thrones
   •  FYS 1233 - Water, Food & Environment in China
   •  FYS 1234 - City Dwellers
   •  FYS 1235 - Decoding Disney
   •  FYS 1236 - Art on the Edge
   •  FYS 1239 - Animals, Ethics & Policy
   •  GEO 2200 - Human Geography: Cultures of the Non-Western World
   •  GEO 2202 - Cultural Geography: Non – Arab Islamic Societies
   •  GER 1101 - Elementary German
   •  GER 1102 - Elementary German
   •  GER 1103 - Elementary German for Advanced Beginners
 

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