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If you don't see your course, please use the subject area guide.


 

Accounting
ACC 660 - Prof Accounting Research

 

Anthropology
AN 320/SOC 320 - Law and Society
AN 322/ENV 322 - The Food Quest

 

Arabic

 

Archaeology

 

Art
AH 200 - Critical Thinking and Writing
AH 262 - History of Western Architecture
AH 312 - Greek Art
AH 349 - Latin American Art
AH 364 - History & Theory of Graphic Design
AH 495 - Senior Thesis in Art History
DES 491 - Senior Thesis in Graphic Design
SA 103 - Foundations of Studio Art
SA350 - Black and White Photography I
SA362 - Black and White Photography II
SA 381 - Advanced Photography
SA 482 - Advanced Photography and New Media
SA 491 - Senior Thesis

 

Biography & Genealogy

 

Biological Sciences
BIO 300 - Biology and Society
BIO 305 - Histology
BIO 425 - Biochemistry II
BIO 495 - Scientific Inquiry

 

Business
EMBA 531 - Human Resource Management

 

Chemistry

 

Chinese

 

Cinema Studies
CIN252: Methods of Cinema Study

 

Communication
COM101 - Collegiate Communication
COM 201 - Public Speaking
COM303 - Communication Theory

 

Computer Science and Engineering
CSE 561 - Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms
CSE 564 - Computer Architecture
SYS 520 - Signal and Linear Systems Analysis

 

Counseling
CNS 500 - Introduction to the Counseling Profession
CNS 520 - Theories of Counseling
CNS 540 - Counseling Testing and Assessment
CNS 564 - Community/Agency Counseling

 

Criminal Justice
CRJ 300/SOC 300 - Alcohol, Drugs, and Society
CRJ 490: Criminal Justice Policy Analysis

 

Dance

 

Decision and Information Sciences
MIS 100 - Business Problem Solving with IT

 

Early Childhood Education
EC 509 - Family, Child and Learning
EC 540 - Theories of Child Development and Education
EC 593 - Research in Early Childhood
EC 645 - Observation and Assessment of the Young Child
EED 311 Elementary Education
EED 420 - Managing the Classroom Community for U.S. Diverse Learners

 

Economics

 

Education
ED 730 - Doctoral Seminar

 

Educational Leadership and Administration
EA 741 - School Business Management
EA 750 - Action Research
Educational Leadership cohort
FE 509 - Family Children Learning Cultural Context

 

Engineering and Computer Science
CSE 561 - Advanced Data Structures & Algorithms
CSE 564 - Computer Architecture
SYS 520 - Signal and Linear Systems Analysis

 

English
ENG 211 - Introduction to Literary Studies
ENG 319 - American Literature: 1865-1920
ENG 320 - American literature 1920-1950
ENG400: Early American Women Writers
ENG 520 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in English
ENG600:Antebellum U.S. Literature and Culture

 

English as a Second Language
ESL 064 - Academic Communication II
ESL 072 - Writing and Sentence Structure for Academic Purposes III

 

Entrepreneurship

 

Environmental Studies
AN 322/ENV 322 - The Food Quest

 

Exercise Science
EXS 350 - Human Motion Analysis

 

Finance

 

French
FRH 355: Translation - French into English
FRH 380 - Survey of French Literature
FRH 416 - French Literature / Mid Ages-16th Century
FRH 417 - 17th and 18th Century French Literature
FRH 419 - 19th Century French Literature
FRH 420 - French Literature 20th Century

 

Geography

 

German
GRM 420 - Literature of the 20th Century

 

Graphic Design

 

Health Sciences
HS 201 - Hlth Pers/Occuptnl Envir
HS 402 - BIS Capstone Course
HS 450 - Law Values and Health Care
PH 569 Org/Admin Hlth Med Care Prog
PH 610 - Masters of Public Health - Principles

 

History
HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research (Milne)
HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research (Matthews)
HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research (Clark)
HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research (Estes)
HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research (Miller)
HST 301 - History of American Cities
HST 323 - Topics in African American History
HST 326 - The Italian Renaissance
HST 343 - Germany Since 1740
HST 346 - The Scientific Revolution
HST 361/WGS 361 - History of American Families
HST 362/562 - History of African American Women
HST 390 - Native America since 1840
HST 390 - The Crusades
HST 390 - Warfare in Early America
HST 399 - Field experience: public history
HST 495 - French Colonies in North America
HST 495 - Capstone Seminar in European History (Hastings)
HST 497 - Capstone Seminar in American History (Clark)
HST 497 - Captstone Seminar in American History (Miller)
HST 610 - Colloquium in History

 

Honors College
HC 100 - First Year Colloquium
HC 390 - Introduction to the Thesis

 

Human Resource Development
HRD 367 - Diversity in the Workplace
HRD 506 - Theoretical Foundations of Training and Development

 

Humanities

 

International Studies
IS 260 - Introduction to Russia

 

Italian

 

Japanese

 

Journalism

 

Law

 

Liberal Studies
LBS 100 - Exploration of Arts & Sciences
LBS 200 - Interdisciplinary Approaches to Liberal Studies
LBS 495/496 - Senior Thesis I/II
LBS 500 - Romanticism: The Eternal Return
LBS 501 - Latin American Literature and Film
LBS 502 - French Culture through Film

 

Library Science

 

Linguistics
ALS 376/ALS 576/SOC 376 - Language and Society

 

Management
MGT 110 - Contemporary World Business
MGT 235 - Commerce in Western Civilization
MGT 423 - International Business
MGT 435 - Management Strategies & Policies
MGT 526 - International Business
MGT 535 - Policy, Strategies, & Goals
ORG 331 - Intro to Human Resources Management

 

Marketing
MKT 302 - Marketing
MKT 404 - Consumer Behavior
MKT 405 - Marketing Research
MKT 608 - Strategic Marketing
MKT 650 - International Marketing

 

Mathematics

 

Modern Languages

 

Multidisciplinary

 

Music

 

Music, Theatre and Dance

 

News

 

Nuclear Medical Technology

 

Nursing
NRS 213 - Basic Clinical Competencies I
NRS 216 - Health Promotion I
NRS 340 - Health Promotion in Community
NRS 426 - Community Nursing
NRS 452 / 482 - Research Basis of Nrs Practice
NRS 515 - Vulnerable Pop/Social Issues
NRS 531 - Research in Advanced Nursing Practice
NRS 890 - Advanced Research Methods

 

Nursing Career Resources

 

Nutrition & Health

 

Occupational Safety & Health
OSH 141 - Quantitative Methods
OSH 225 - Safety Training Methods
OSH 500 - Introduction to OSH Research
OSH 560 - Applied System Safety Analysis

 

Philosophy
PHL 320 - Global Justice
PHL 321 - Political Philosophy

 

Physical Therapy
PT 302 - Physical Therapy as Profession
PT 502 Evidence Based Clinical Practice
PT 597 - Critical Inquiry I

 

Physics

 

Political Science
PS 131 - Comparative Politics
PS 330 - Politics of Development
PS 350-Public Administration
PS 359/LBS513 - Public Policy & Health Care

 

Psychology
PSY 245 - Individual Differences and Personality
PSY 250 - Introduction to Research & Design
PSY 341 - Abnormal Psychology
PSY 381 - Psychological Test & Measurement
PSY 445 - Seminar in Individual Differences and Personality
PSY595 Open Education / Open Access

 

Public Administration

 

Reading and Language Arts
RDG 503: Reading and Language Arts in Elementary/Middle School II
RDG 706 - Critical Inquiry
RDG 709 - Doctoral Seminar in Reading
RDG 710 - Educational Research
RDG 720 Qualitative Research Design and Methods

 

Religious Studies

 

Social Work
SW/SOC 210 - Introduction to Social Work
SW 311 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
SW 406: Social Work Practice II

 

Sociology
ALS 376/ALS 576/SOC 376 - Language and Society
AN 320/SOC 320 - Law and Society
CRJ 300/SOC 300 - Alcohol, Drugs, and Society
SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology
SOC 202 - Introduction to Methods of Social Research
SOC 207 - Human Sexuality
SOC 301 - Social Stratification
SOC 335: The Family
SOC 336/400/402 - Sociology Instructional Workshop
SOC 465 - Sociological Perspectives on Aging
SW/SOC 210 - Introduction to Social Work

 

Spanish
SPN 314 - Review of Spanish Grammar
SPN 355 - Translation: Spanish into English
SPN 355 - Translation: Spanish into English (Hartson)
SPN 370 - Introduction to Spanish Literature
SPN 417 - 17th Century Spanish Literature
SPN 455 - Translation from English into Spanish
SPN 489 - Spanish American Literature After 1888

 

Special Education
SE 503 Standards, Practices, and Research in Special Education
SE 518 - Organization and Management of Instructional Behaviors and Environments
SE 524 - Assessment in Special Education
SE 619 - Research Methods

 

Statistics

 

Teacher Development and Educational Studies
EST 517 - Teacher Leaders - Highly Effective Instructors
EST 601 - Introduction to Educational Studies
IB 679 - Professional Learning Through Collaborative Action Research

 

Theatre Arts
THA 101 - Foundations of Theatre
THA 325 - Costume History

 

Wellness, Health Promotion, Injury Prevention
WHP 310 - Injury Prevention Control & Safety Promotion
WHP 340: Contemporary Issues in Personal Health
WHP 370: Culture Ethnicity & Well-Being

 

Women & Gender Studies
HST 361/WGS 361 - History of American Families
WGS 200 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
WGS 321 - Methods of Feminist Analysis

 

Writing & Rhetoric
WRT 102 - Basic Writing
WRT 150 - The Grapes of Wrath
WRT 150 -- Ethnography Research
WRT 160 - Library Instruction Resources
WRT 320 - Peer Tutoring in Composition
WRT 335 - Writing for Human Resources
WRT 382 - Business Writing





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