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2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 17, 2019  
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Art Education

NOTE: Studio courses require a combination of scheduled class time and independent work that averages at least 12 hours a week.

   •  AE 300 The Uses of Theory in Art Education
   •  AE 308 Curriculum Design in Art Education

Art History

NOTE: Studio courses require a combination of scheduled class time and independent work that averages at least 12 hours a week.

   •  AH 111 Western Art: Renaissance to Modern
   •  AH 112 Western Art: Prehistory to Medieval
   •  AH 220 Medieval Art
   •  AH 222 Early Renaissance Art
   •  AH 224 Baroque Art
   •  AH 225 Nineteenth Century Art
   •  AH 226 History of Photography
   •  AH 227 History of Modern Craft and Design: 1915-Present
   •  AH 228 High Renaissance and Mannerist Art
   •  AH 232 Art of Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  AH 235 Contemporary Art: 1945 to the Present
   •  AH 285 Special Topics
   •  AH 323 Contemporary Curatorial Practices
   •  AH 324 Seminar: Art and the Italian Renaissance Court
   •  AH 325 Leonardo da Vinci: Art, Myth, and Innovation
   •  AH 326 Seminar: Modern Art
   •  AH 328 Seminar: Contemporary Art
   •  AH 378 Art History/Curatorial Apprenticeship
   •  AH 383 Capstone Research
   •  AH 385 Studies in the History of Art
   •  AH 387 Special Topics in History of Art Museums
   •  AH 490 Senior Thesis

American Sign Language

   •  AS 101 Beginning American Sign Language I
   •  AS 102 Beginning American Sign Language II

Anthropology

   •  AN 120 Cultural Anthropology
   •  AN 150 The Family
   •  AN 210 Introduction to Archaeology
   •  AN 220 Social Issues
   •  AN 230 Reading Ethnography
   •  AN 240 Ethnographic Film
   •  AN 250 Ethnographic Methods
   •  AN 262 Myth, Magic and Religion
   •  AN 272 Cultures, Conflict and Power
   •  AN 285 Aesthetics
   •  AN 320 Ritual to Theatre
   •  AN 361 Social Change: Globalization and Culture
   •  AN 370 Anthropological Theory
   •  AN 389 Independent Study

Art Therapy

NOTE: Studio courses require a combination of scheduled class time and independent work that averages at least 12 hours a week.

   •  AT 200 Introduction to Art Therapy
   •  AT 210 Intermediate Art Therapy
   •  AT 310 Art Therapy: Applications and Techniques
   •  AT 365 Internship in Art Therapy

Business Administration

   •  BA 101 International Business
   •  BA 201 Financial Accounting
   •  BA 202 Managerial Accounting
   •  BA 222 Intermediate Accounting I
   •  BA 223 Intermediate Accounting II
   •  BA 225 Cost Accounting
   •  BA 230 Legal Environment of Business
   •  BA 232 International Environmental and Legal Issues for Business
   •  BA 260 Principles of Management
   •  BA 285 Selected Topics in Business Administration
   •  BA 326 Federal Tax Accounting
   •  BA 327 Auditing
   •  BA 328 Advanced Accounting
   •  BA 329 Selected Topics in Taxation
   •  BA 340 Principles of Marketing
   •  BA 341 Advertising and Sales Promotion
   •  BA 344 International Marketing
   •  BA 347 Sport Marketing
   •  BA 348 Marketing Research
   •  BA 349 Marketing: An International Experience
   •  BA 362 Human Resources Administration
   •  BA 363 International Organizational Behavior
   •  BA 367 Operations Management
   •  BA 369 Management Information Systems
   •  BA 380 Principles of Finance
   •  BA 381 Advanced Financial Analysis
   •  BA 382 Investments
   •  BA 383 Financial Institutions and Markets
   •  BA 384 Derivative Securities and Markets
   •  BA 386 International Finance and Trade
   •  BA 390 Seminar in Business Administration
   •  BA 445 Marketing Stragegy
   •  BA 470 Internship in Business Administration
   •  BA 471 Internship in International Business and Culture
   •  BA 495 Policy Formulation and Administration

Biology

 

Policy on Taking Upper-Level (200 or above) Biology Courses:

 

Students that wish to take upper level biology courses (200 level and above) must have met one of the following two criteria:

The average of the student’s grades in BI101 and BI102 must be greater than or equal to a C- (1.7).

OR

The student must have received transfer credit for BI101 and BI102.

   •  BI 101 General Biology I
   •  BI 102 General Biology II
   •  BI 110 Biology of Humans
   •  BI 180 Introduction to Biological Research
   •  BI 201 Evolution and Population Biology
   •  BI 204 Genetics
   •  BI 205 Human Anatomy
   •  BI 206 Human Physiology
   •  BI 211 Comparative Anatomy and Physiology
   •  BI 215 Principles of Nutrition
   •  BI 216 Medical Terminology
   •  BI 242 Reading and Writing in Biology
   •  BI 260 Biology Journal Club: Neuroscience
   •  BI 290 Junior Seminar in Biology
   •  BI 317 Developmental Biology
   •  BI 318 Human Genome and Disease
   •  BI 322 Plant Biology
   •  BI 323 Microbiology
   •  BI 325 Cell Biology
   •  BI 326 Fire & Disturbance Ecology
   •  BI 327 Histology
 

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