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Academic Year:  2019-2020

Composition:

INTRODUCTORY
  • ENG 101  Composition I
  • HON 150  Honors Composition I
INTERMEDIATE
  • ENG 102  Composition II
  • ENG 211  Business Writing I
  • ENG 217  Scientific & Technical Writing
  • HON 250  Honors Composition II  

Public Speaking:

  • CDC 101  Public Speaking           
  • CDC 201  Argumentation & Advocacy
  • EDU 350  Supporting English Language Learners

Mathematics and Quantitative Literacy:

  • MAT 100  Survey of Math
  • MAT 110  Applications of Math
  • MAT 120  Elementary Topics in Mathematics I
  • MAT 130  Elementary Topics in Mathematics II
  • MAT 181  College Algebra
  • MAT 191  College Trigonometry
  • MAT 199  Pre-Calculus
  • MAT 202  Math Around the World
  • MAT 205  Statistics for the Health & Social Sciences
  • MAT 215  Statistics
  • MAT 225  Business Statistics
  • MAT 272  Discrete Mathematics
  • MAT 273  Applied Calculus
  • MAT 281  Calculus I
  • MAT 282  Calculus II
  • MAT 290  Technology for Mathematics
  • MAT 303  Geometry
  • PSY 331  Inferential Statistics in Psychology

Technological Literacy:

  • BIO 201  Survey of Biotechnology
  • CIS 110  Introduction to Information Systems
  • CIS 120  Application Programming I
  • CIS 220  Application Programming II
  • CIS 352  Global, Economic and Social Ethical Issues in Computing
  • CSC 101  Personal Productivity Software
  • CSC 120  Problem Solving and Programming Constructs
  • CSC 124  Computer Programming I 
  • CSC 201  Internet Concepts 
  • CSC 306  FORTRAN
  • DMT 100  Foundations of Print Media
  • DMT 180  Foundations of Digital Media
  • DMT 250  Digital Imaging
  • EAS 245  Weather Analysis and Forecasting I
  • EDU 333  Technology in Teaching and Learning
  • EDU 335  Teaching in an Online Environment
  • GCM 180  Multimedia Foundations
  • GCM 220  Black and White Photography
  • GCM 300  Digital Photography
  • GCM 410  Digital Portfolio
  • GET 130  Introduction to Engineering Technology
  • GIS 222  Geo-Business
  • GIS 303  Crime Mapping and Spatial Analysis
  • GIS 311  Geographic Information Systems
  • GIS 350  Remote Sensing of the Environment
  • ITE 341  Quality Control
  • JUS 220  High Technology Crime Investigations
  • JUS 380  Crime Scene Imaging
  • JUS 405  Cyber Security
  • JUS 487  Computer Forensics
  • JUS 488  Cyber Crime Investigation
  • MIS 201  Management Information Systems
  • SEC 360  Technology Integration in Secondary Education
  • TED 111  Information Systems
  • TED 302  Energy and Control Systems
  • TED 316  Structural Design
  • TED 426  Manufacturing Enterprises
  • THE 141  Stagecraft I
  • THE 150  Introduction to Theatrical Design
  • THE 211  Lighting I
  • THE 341  Stagecraft II
  • THE 480  Digital Performance
  • VET 230  Digital Diagnostic Imaging

Humanities:

  • ARB 101  Elementary Arabic I
  • ARB 102  Elementary Arabic II
  • ARB 203  Intermediate Arabic I
  • ARB 341  Contemporary Arabic Culture
  • CMD 350  Sign Language & Braille I
  • CDC 351  Producing Media Messages II
  • EDU 210  Critical Thinking & Reading
  • ENG 106  Introduction to Poetry
  • ENG 107  Introduction to Fiction
  • ENG 108  Introduction to Drama
  • ENG 112  Myth, Magic & Mysticism
  • ENG 127  Woman as Hero
  • ENG 135  Re-Reading Harry Potter
  • ENG 136  Women’s Memoirs
  • ENG 137  Northern Appalachian Literature
  • ENG 148  Horror in Literature
  • ENG 152  The Lord of the Rings
  • ENG 155  Introduction to African American Literature
  • ENG 156  Introduction to Native American Literature
  • ENG 178  Literature and Film
  • ENG 180  Literature and Natural Environments
  • ENG 181  Cultures of American Humor
  • ENG 203  Great Books
  • ENG 301  British Literature I
  • ENG 306  Press Law and Media Ethics
  • ENG 315  Survey of American Women Writers
  • ENG 337  Survey of American Literature I (to 1865)
  • ENG 338  Survey of American Literature II
  • ENG 354  Media History
  • ENG 487  American Literary Genres
  • ESP 100  Social Contexts of Disability in Popular Media
  • ESP 210  Special Education Foundations and Collaboration
  • FRE 101  Elementary French I
  • FRE 102  Elementary French II
  • FRE 203  Intermediate French I
  • FRE 204  Intermediate French II
  • FRE 341  17th Century & Classical Age
  • FRE 343  Age of French Romanticism
  • FRE  344  The Age of French Realism
  • FRE 345  Birth of Modern French Culture in the Arts 1900-World War II
  • FRE 346  Contemporary French Culture/Arts
  • HIS  *  Any Course
  • HON 230  Introduction to Disciplinary Research in Humanities
  • PHI 100  Perspectives in Philosophy
  • PHI 115  Logic and Language
  • PHI 200  World Religions
  • PHI 201  Ancient Philosophy
  • PHI 206  16th-18th Century Philosophy
  • PHI 220  Ethics
  • PHI 305  Medieval Philosophy
  • PHI 307  Medical Ethics
  • PHI 308  Bioethics
  • PHI 311  Formal Logic I
  • PHI 312  Formal Logic II
  • PHI 320  Ethical Theory
  • PHI 326  Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHI 355  Philosophy of Religion
  • PHI 405  Epistemology
  • PHI 410  Metaphysics
  • PHI 415  Philosophy of Mind
  • PHI 426  Phenomenology and Existentialism
  • PHI 431 Analytic Philosophy
  • SOC 210  Social Inequality
  • SOC 211  Sociology Collective Behavior
  • SOC 225  Sociology of Aging
  • SOC 240  Social Institutions
  • SOC 300  Sociology of Deviance
  • SOC 309  Sociology of Sport
  • SOC 378  Charismatic Leaders 
  • SPN 101  Elementary Spanish I
  • SPN 102  Elementary Spanish II
  • SPN 304  Spanish for Law Enforcement
  • SPN 305  Spanish for Business
  • SPT 305  Ethics in Sport
  • THE 140  Script Analysis
  • THE 271  Scene Design I
  • THE 304  World Drama
  • THE 305  Shakespeare in the Theatre
  • THE 306  Modern Drama
  • THE 404  Cultural Studies in Theatre
  • WST 200  Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • WST 320  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Studies
  •  WST 330  Examination of Gender, Race, Sexuality and Class in Media

Fine Arts:

  • ART 106  Art Appreciation
  • ART 109  Landmarks of World Art
  • ART 110  Drawing I
  • ART 112  Introduction to New & Emerging Art Media
  • ART 119  Design 2-D
  •  ART 120  Design 3-D
  • ART 215  Digital Painting I
  • ART 233  Natural Science Drawing
  •  ART 243  Introduction to Asian Art
  • ART 295  Surface Design
  • ART 310  Advanced Drawing
  • ART 323  Women in Art
  • ART 326  Contemporary Art
  • ART 328  Italian Renaissance Art
  • ART 350  Printmaking: Relief
  •  ART 351  Printmaking: Intaglio
  • ART 352  Printmaking Processes
  • ART 376  Jewelry/Metals: Casting
  • ART 377  Jewelry/Metals: Fabrication
  • ART 382  Ceramics Studio
  • ART 383  Painting Studio
  • ART 385  Sculpture Studio
  • ART 388  Critical Writing in Art
  • ART 410  Teaching Visual Art in Pre-K through Grade 8
  • ART 411  Teaching Art in Grades 9-12
  • ART 438  Figure Drawing
  • ART 448  Figure Modeling
  • ART 458  Figure Drawing and Modeling
  • ART 493  Advanced Ceramics
  • ART 496  Advanced Painting
  • ART 498  Advanced Sculpture
  • DAN 132  Ballet Technique I
  • DAN 133  Jazz Technique I
  • DAN 134  Tap Dance Technique I
  • DAN 232  Ballet Technique II
  • DAN 301  Theater Dance I
  • DAN 302  Theater Dance II
  • DMT 101  Time-Based Media
  • ENG 110  Introduction to Creative Writing
  • ENG 179  Introduction to the Animated Film
  • HON 230  Introduction to Disciplinary Research in Humanities
  • MUS 100  Introduction to Music
  • MUS 104  Voice Class I
  • MUS 186  Clavinova Ensemble
  • MUS 187  Guitar Ensemble
  • MUS 188  String Ensemble
  • MUS 191  University Choir
  • MUS 192  California Singers
  • MUS 193  University Gospel Choir
  • MUS 196  Jazz Ensemble
  • MUS 198  Marching Band
  • MUS 199  University Concert Band
  • MUS 211  Keyboard Class
  • MUS 215  Comprehensive Musicianship I
  • MUS 300  Jazz: History, Form and Analysis
  • MUS 304  American Musical: History, Form and Analysis
  • MUS 305  African-American Gospel and Caribbean Music
  • MUS 306  Opera
  • MUS 307  Special Music Project
  • MUS 310  Music in Media
  • MUS 313  Rock and' Roll: History, Form and Analysis
  • MUS 314  The Music Industry: History, Form and Analysis
  • MUS 315  Comprehensive Musicianship II
  • MUS 372  Creative Arts for Elementary Education and Early Childhood
  • PHI 335  Aesthetic Theory
  • PHI 336  Philosophy of Film
  • THE 100  Introduction to Theatre
  • THE 101  Voice and Speech
  • THE 126  Makeup
  • THE 131  Fundamentals of Acting
  • THE 201  Voice and Interpretation
  • THE 203  Music Theatre Performance I
  • THE 221  Theatrical Foundations
  • THE 231  Intermediate Acting
  • THE 309  Reader’s Theatre
  • THE 328  Scene Painting                                                                                     

Natural Sciences:

  • ART 233  Natural Science Drawing
  • BIO 103  Contemporary Issues in Biology
  • BIO 130  Biological Illustration: Form and Function
  • BIO 232  Fundamentals of Biological Anthropology
  • CHE 101  General Chemistry I
  • CHE 102  General Chemistry II
  • CHE 103  Chemistry for the Everyday World
  • CMD 221  Speech Science
  • CMD 310  Anatomy and Physiology
  • EAS 100  Introduction to Earth Science
  • EAS 104  Introduction to Meteorology
  • EAS 105  Extreme Weather
  • EAS 131  Introduction to Environmental Geology
  • EAS 142  Introduction to Climate Science
  • EAS 150  Introduction to Geology
  • EAS 163  Introduction to Oceans and Climate
  • EAS 469  Global Climate Change
  • ENS 101  Introduction to Environmental Science
  • HSC 110  Anatomy and Physiology I
  • HSC 120  Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab
  • PHI 325  Philosophy of Science
  • PHS 120  Basic Physical Science with Lab
  • PHS 137  Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
  • PHY 101  College Physics I
  • PHY 121  General Physics I
  • PHY 122  General Physics II
  • PHY 202  College Physics II

Laboratory Course:

  • ANT 254  Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
  • ANT 341  Research Laboratory in Archaeology
  • ART 130  Biological Illustration: Form and Function
  • ART 233  Natural Science Drawing
  • BIO 117  Introduction to Human Biology
  • BIO 130  Biological Illustration: Form and Function
  • BIO 215  Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • BIO 232  Fundamentals of Biological Anthropology
  • BUS 381  Management Science II
  • CHE 101  General Chemistry I
  • CHE 102  General Chemistry II
  • DMT 180  Foundations of Digital Media
  • EAS 100  Introduction to Earth Science
  • EAS 104  Introduction to Meteorology
  • EAS 150  Introduction to Geology
  • EAS 245  Weather Analysis and Forecasting
  • ECO 421  Applied Econometrics
  • EET 110  Electrical Circuits I
  • GCM 180  Multimedia Foundations
  • GTY 400  Adult Development and Aging
  • JUS 380  Crime Scene Imaging
  • JUS 487  Computer Forensics
  • MAT 213  Data Visualization
  • MAT 261  Big Data Analytics
  • MAT 376  Applied Regression
  • NUR 470  Family Health Nursing
  • PHS 120  Basic Physical Science with Lab
  • PHS 137  Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
  • PHY 101  College Physics I
  • PHY 202  College Physics II
  • POS 319  Campaign Management
  • PSY 301  Sensation and Perception Lab
  • PSY 306  Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY 335  Psychology of Learning
  • PSY 340  Psychological Measurement Lab
  • PSY 420  Social Psychology Lab
  • SOW 201  Interviewing for the Human Services
  • TED 304  Design in Bio-related Technology
  • THE 255  Puppetry
  • THE 272  Properties Design in Theatre
  • THE 310  Dance Production
  • THE 311  Lighting II 

Social Sciences:

  • ANT 100  Introduction to Anthropology
  • ANT 231  Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 232  Fundamentals of Biological Anthropology
  • ANT 280  Indians of North America
  • ANT 300  Cultural Views of Women
  • BUS 100  Introduction to Business
  • CMD 100  Survey of Speech Pathology
  • CMD 105  Language and Speech Development
  • CMD 108  Nature of Language
  • CMD 220  Communication Across the Lifespan
  • ECO 100  Elements of Economics
  • ECO 102  Economics for Elementary Education
  • ECO 201  Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 202 . Principles of Macroeconomics
  • EDU 310  Teaching in a Multicultural Society
  • GEO 100  Introduction to Geography
  • GEO 102  Geographic Systems for Elementary Education
  • GEO 150  Introduction to Tourism Studies
  • GEO 217  Demographic Analysis
  • GEO 220  Geography of North America
  • GEO 360  Emergency Management
  • GTY 100  Introduction to Gerontology
  • GTY 200 Aging in American Society
  • JUS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice Studies
  • JUS 361  Court Systems
  • JUS 415  Multiculturalism and the Criminal Justice System
  • LEA 100  Introduction to Leadership Studies
  • POS *  Any Course
  • PSY 100  General Psychology
  • PSY 211  Social Psychology
  • PSY 320  Black Psychology
  • REC 361  Parks & Recreation for Diverse Populations
  • SOC 100  Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 205  Contemporary Social Problems
  • SOC 290  Gender and Work
  • SOC 311  Sociology of Crime
  • SOC 312  Sociology of Organizations
  • SOC 315  Social Minorities
  • SOC 316  Urban Sociology
  • SOC 317  Substance Use and Abuse
  • SOC 318  Sociology of Addiction, Excess, and Exploitation
  • SOC 320  International Women’s Movement
  • SOC 324  Child Abuse and Neglect
  • SOC 325  Sociology of Family
  • SOC 380  Society and the Sociopath
  • SOC 395  Sociology of Elite Deviance
  • SOC 400  Structural and Institutional Violence
  • SOC 411  Symbolic Interaction
  • SOW 150  Introduction to Social Work
  • SOW 201  Interviewing for the Human Services
  • SOW 215  HBSE: The Life Course
  • SOW 316  HBSE II: Groups, Organizations and Communities
  • SOW 330  Child Welfare
  • SOW 364   Juvenile Delinquency
  • WST 300  Special Topics in Women’s Studies
  • WST 340  Violence Against Women: A Global Perspective
  • WST 400  Capstone, Advanced Women’s Studies

Health & Wellness:

  • ATE 340  Sports Nutrition
  • BIO 112  Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • BIO 117  Introduction to Human Biology
  • CHD 350  Family and Community Collaboration Partnerships
  • DAN 233  Jazz Technique II
  • DAN 260  Modern Dance
  • GTY 380  Wellness and Aging
  • HSC 115  Current Health Issues
  • HSC 250  Nutrition for Health and Wellness
  • HSC 315  First Aid &Personal Safety
  • PSY 222  Psychology of Stress Management
  • REC 165  Introduction to Recreation and Leisure
  • REC 195  Leisure and Wellness Recreation
  • SOW 303  Human Sexuality and Society

Ethics and Multicultural Emphasis:

  • ANT 231  Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 280  Indians of North America
  • ANT 300  Cultural Views of Women
  • ARB 203  Intermediate Arabic I
  • ART 243  Introduction to Asian Art
  • CHD 350  Family and Community Collaboration Partnerships
  • CIS 352  Global, Economic and Social Ethical Issues in Computing
  • EAS 469  Global Climate Change
  • EDU 310  Teaching in a Multicultural Society
  • ENG 112  Myth, Magic, & Mysticism
  • ENG 127  Woman as Hero
  • ENG 135  Re-Reading Harry Potter
  • ENG 136  Women’s Memoirs
  • ENG 137  Northern Appalachian Literature
  • ENG 148  Horror in Literature
  • ENG 155  Introduction to African American Literature
  • ENG 156  Introduction to Native American Literature
  • ENG 179 Introduction of the Animated Film
  • ENG 181  Cultures of American Humor
  • ENG 306  Press Law and Media Ethics
  • ENG 325  World Literature to 1600
  • ENG 326  World Literature from 1600
  • GEO 100  Introduction to Geography
  • GTY 200  Aging in American Society
  • HIS 317  African American History to1877
  • HIS 318  African American History since 1877
  • HIS 322  History of Religious Persecution in the US
  • HIS 324  The History of Women, Gender and Sexuality in the Modern World
  • HIS 325  Women in U.S. History
  • HIS 347  History of Race and Ethics in the U.S.
  • HIS 352  Native American History to 1850
  • HIS 353  Native American History from 1850
  • HIS 380  Readings in African American Studies
  • JUS 415  Multiculturalism and the Criminal Justice System
  • MAT 202  Math Around the World
  • MUS 300  Jazz: History, Form and Analysis
  • MUS 305  African American Gospel and Caribbean Music
  • PHI 200  World Religions
  • PHI 220  Ethics
  • PHI 307  Medical Ethics
  • PHI 308  Bioethics
  • PHI 320  Ethical Theory
  • PHI 326  Social and Political Philosophy
  • POS 315  Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties & Civil Rights
  • POS 322  Politics of the Middle East
  • POS 325  Politics of Asia
  • POS 330  American Political Ideas
  • POS 340  The Politics of Empires
  • POS 347  Development of Political Thought: Classical and Medieval
  • POS 348  Political Thought: Medieval and Modern
  • PSY 211  Social Psychology
  • PSY 320  Black Psychology
  • REC 361  Parks and Recreation for Diverse Populations
  • SOC 205  Contemporary Social Problems
  • SOC 290  Gender and Work
  • SOC 325  Sociology of the Family
  • SPN 304  Spanish for Law Enforcement
  • SPN 305  Spanish for Business
  • SPT 305  Ethics in Sport
  • THE 140  Script Analysis
  • THE 404  Cultural Studies in Theatre
  • WST 200  Introduction to Women’s Studies
  • WST 300  Special Topics in Women’s Studies
  • WST 320  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Studies
  • WST 330  Examination of Gender, Race, Sexuality and Class in Media
  • WST 340  Violence Against Women: A Global Perspective
  • WST 400  Capstone, Advanced Women’s Studies

Special Experience Course:

  • ACC 491  Account Internship
  • ANT 455  Anthropology of Death and Dying
  • ANT 499  Senior Seminar in Anthropology
  • ART 490  Senior Studio Thesis
  • ATE 405  Athletic Training Clinical Education IV
  • BIO 418  Biological Research Investigations
  • BIO 492  Biological and Environmental Science Internship
  • BUS 492  Business Internship
  • CHD 322  Professional Education Internship
  • CIS 492  System Development and Implementation
  • CMD 450  Intro to Clinic Procedures
  • CSC 492  Senior Project II
  • DMT 485  Senior Seminar
  • DMT 495  Internship
  • EAS 391  Geology of the Northwestern US Field Course
  • EAS 392  Geology of the Southwestern US Field Course
  • EAS 393  Geology of the Eastern US Field Course
  • EAS 431  Digital Media for Weather & Climate Applications
  • EAS 492  Field Course in Geology
  • ECO 492  Economic Internship
  • EET 450  Senior Project
  • ELE 461  Student Teaching and School Law PreK-4
  • ELM 461  Student Teaching and School Law Grades 4-8
  • ENG 499  English Studies Capstone Class
  • ENS 480  Topics in Field Biology
  • ESP 461  Student Teaching Practicum
  • FIN 420  Securities Industry Essentials Exam Prep
  • FIN 492  Finance Internship
  • FIT 410  Wellness Seminar II
  • GCM 495  Graphic Communications Internship
  • GEO 360  Emergency Management
  • GEO 383  Dark Tourism and Extreme Topics
  • GEO 479  Geography Internship
  • GTY 440  Gerontology Internship
  • HIS 491  Readings in History
  • HRM 492  HRM Internship
  • JUR 310  Medieval Jurisprudence
  • JUS 499  Seminar in Criminal Justice Studies
  • LAW 410  Law and Ethics
  • LEA 399  Selected Topics in Leadership
  • LST 490  Seminar in Liberal Studies
  • MAT 400  Mathematical Modeling
  • MAT 401  Data Analysis Capstone Project
  • MAT 419  Math Internship
  • MDI 300  Dialogue & Differences
  • MFL 460  Modern Languages & Cultural Internship
  • MFL 481  Modern Languages Internship
  • MGT 492  Management Internship
  • MIS 492  Management Information Systems Internship
  • MKT 492  Marketing Internship
  • MUS 482  Music Technology Practicum -Marketing
  • MUS 483  Music Technology Practicum – Post Production
  • MUS 484  Music Technology Practicum - Sound Engineer
  • MUS 485  Music Technology Practicum
  • MUS 488  Music Technology Internship
  • MUS 499  Senior Project/Recital
  • NUR 475  Community Health Nursing
  • PGM 425  Senior Internship in Professional Golf Management
  • PHI 325  Philosophy of Science
  • PHI 335  Aesthetic Theory
  • POS 450  Seminar in Politics
  • PSY 469  Psychology Internship
  • SEC 461  Student Teaching
  • SOC 379  Special Problems in Sociology
  • SOC 429  Sociology Intern
  • SOC 495  Seminar in Sociology
  • SOW 435  Field Education Seminar
  • SPT 430  Sport Management Senior Seminar
  • TED 436  Engineering Design and Development
  • THE 450  Senior Thesis
  • VET 492  Specialty Internship
  • WST 350  Finding our CHEA

Writing Intensive Course:

  • ANT 355  Prehistoric American Indians
  • ANT 421  Anthropological Thought
  • ANT 446  Advanced Forensic Anthropology
  • ARB 350  Advanced Arabic I
  • ARB 351  Advanced Arabic II
  • ARB 480  Selected Topics in Arabic Language and Culture
  • ART 345  Methods of Art History
  • ART 422  Art History: The Art World After Modernism
  • ART 490  Senior Studio Thesis
  • BIO 326   General Microbiology
  • BIO 410  Developmental Biology
  • BIO 414  Plant Ecology
  • BIO 478  Evolution
  • BIO 480  Cell Biology
  • BIO 488  Water Pollution Biology
  • BUS 499  Integrated Strategic Capstone
  • CET 360  Microprocessor Engineering
  • CHE 472  Advanced Chemistry Lab II
  • CHE 492  Chemistry Research II
  • CIS 352  Global, Economic and Social Ethical Issues in Computing
  • CIS 490  Systems Analysis II
  • CIS 492  Systems Development and Implementation
  • CMD 321  Common Organic Disorders
  • CMD 322  Technical Writing in Health Care & Education
  • CSC 352  Global, Economic and Social Ethical Issues in Computing
  • CSC 490  Senior Project I: Software Engineering
  • CSC 492  Senior Project II
  • DMT 445  Digital Media Project Planning
  • EAS 323  Atmospheric Instrumentation and Measurement
  • EAS 427  Tectonics
  • EAS 438  Computer Applications in Earth Science
  • EAS 441  Advanced Environmental Geology
  • EAS 448   Watershed Evaluation
  • EAS 465  Seminar in Atmospheric Science
  • EAS 542  Applied Climatology
  • ECO 402  Games and Behavior
  • ECO 421  Applied Econometrics
  • EET 450  Senior Project
  • ELE 410  Pre-K-4 Field Experience
  • ELE 411  Field Experience K-4
  • ELM 411  Field Experience 4-6
  • ELM 412  Field Experience 7-8
  • ENG 334  Reporting
  • ENG 337  Survey of American Literature I (to 1865)
  • ENG 372  Advanced Composition
  • ENG 448  Practical Criticism
  • ENG 499  English Studies Capstone Class
  • ENS 420  Principles of Wildlife Management
  • ENS 424  Fisheries Management
  • ENS 425  Principles of Aquaculture
  • ENS 475  Wetlands Ecology
  • ESP 339  Special Education Field Experience I
  • ESP 349  Special Education Field Experience II
  • GEO 358  Comprehensive Tourism Planning
  • GEO 420  Disaster Vulnerability
  • GEO 474  Developing the Master Plan
  • GTY 410  Research Methods in Gerontology
  • GTY 430  Seminar in Gerontology
  • HIS 491  Reading in History
  •  HIS 495  Seminar in History
  • HSC 310  Special Populations and Pathology of Disease
  • HSC 360  Holistic and Alternative Medicine
  • JUR 300  Classical Jurisprudence
  • JUR 310  Medieval Jurisprudence
  • JUS 376  Criminal Procedure
  • JUS 496  Criminological Theories
  • LAW 310  Legal Research and Writing
  • LAW 410  Law and Ethics
  • MAT 400  Mathematical Modeling
  • MAT 461  Statistical Analysis I
  • MKT 431  Marketing Research
  • MUS 375  Music and Recording Technology II
  • MUS 476  Music and Recording Technology IV
  • MUS 477  Music and Recording Technology V
  • NUR 375  Leadership and Change in Nursing
  • NUR 470  Family Health Nursing
  • PGM 210  Golf Shop Management
  • PGM 410  Teaching of Golf II
  • PHI 335  Aesthetic Theory
  • PHI 336  Philosophy of Film
  • PHI 405  Epistemology
  • PHI 410  Metaphysics
  • PHY 301  Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
  • PHY 495  Physics Seminar
  • POS 301  Research Methods in Political Science
  • POS 450  Seminar in Politics
  • PSY 345  History and Systems of Psychology
  • PSY 365  Research Methods in Psychology
  • REC 412  Recreation Program Planning and Evaluation
  • REC 415  Challenges and Trends in Parks and Recreation
  • SEC 420  Assessment and Interventions
  • SEC 460  Professional Practices in Secondary Education
  • SOC 410  Social Theory and Society
  • SOC 415  Social Science Research Methods
  • SOW 370  Policy Practice in Social Work
  • SOW 405  Social Work Research Methods
  • SPN 311  Spanish Conversation, Composition and Phonetics I
  • SPN 312  Spanish Conversation, Composition and Phonetics II
  • TED 450  Teaching Technology in the Secondary School
  • TED 451  Teaching Technology in the Elementary School
  • VET 301  Contemporary Issues In Veterinary Medicine
  • VET 492  Specialty Internship
  • WST 400  Capstone, Advanced Women’s Studies

This list was updated September 23, 2019, per the Registrar/Office of Academic Records.