Interdisciplinary

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Anthropology

ANT 201 Bison image  Cultural Anthropology (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the scientific study of culture with emphasis on the cultures of small-scale societies. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
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ANT 201H Bison image  Cultural Anthropol Honors (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the scientific study of culture with emphasis on the cultures of small-scale societies. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills. For the honors student.

Pre-req: Admitted Honors College with a score of 1.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Honors, International, Core II Social Sciences
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ANT 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ANT 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ANT 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ANT 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ANT 301 Social Statistics3 Credit hours   

Introduction to statistical analysis of social data.

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ANT 322 Archaeology3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the methods and theory of archaeology.

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ANT 323 Archaeolog Field Train3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised instruction in on-site archaeological data collection, survey and excavation techniques.

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ANT 324 Archaeological Analysis3 Credit hours   

Supervised instruction in processing and analyzing archaeological materials recovered by fieldwork.

Pre-req: ANT 322.

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ANT 325 World Prehistory3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the archaeology of pre-literate cultures, from the emergence of Homo Sapiens to the present.

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ANT 326 Classical Archaeology3 Credit hours   

Archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome, and their colonies and imperial domains.

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ANT 331 Physical Anthropology3 Credit hours   

The study of human physical evolution, from the earliest hominins to the present day, based on the study of primatology, human genetics, and the paleontological record.

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ANT 361 Ethnographic Research3 Credit hours   

A project-based introduction to ethnographic research design and practice.

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ANT 362 Bison image  Health, Culture & Society3 Credit hours   

A cross-cultural, historical, and bio-cultural examination through case-study of social and environmental factors that affect human health and disease.

Pre-req: ANT 201 or ANT 201H or SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

Attributes: Multicultural
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ANT 363 US Culture and the Family3 Credit hours   

An historically and ethnographically informed consideration of the changing meaning and place of family and work in everyday American life, media, and politics.

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ANT 364 Expressive Culture3 Credit hours   

Exploration of expressive cultural forms in the construction of personal and communal identities and their meaningful attachment to particular geographic places.

Attributes: Social Sciences
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ANT 365 Anthropology through Film3 Credit hours   

Exploration of film as general anthropological field of interest with emphasis on understanding selected films as cultural texts and association with particular and changing cultural, political, economics and historical contexts.

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ANT 371 Bison image  Linguistic Anthropology3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the theories and methodologies of linguistic anthropology and to language as a cultural phenomenon and form of diversity.

Attributes: International
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ANT 372 Methods in Language & Culture3 Credit hours   

In this course, students will learn a variety of methods for studying language and culture used in anthropology, sociolinguistics, and applied linguistics by collecting and analyzing actual linguistic data

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ANT 402 Principles of GIS4 Credit hours   

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) principles, techniques, and applications for the social and natural sciences with emphasis on foundational geographic principles in a lecture/lab format.

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ANT 411 Deconstructing Appalachia3 Credit hours   

Exploration of the historical and cultural significance of Appalachia in the American experience and imagination.

Attributes: American Institutions
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ANT 412 Appalachian Field Exp I3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised fieldwork in an Appalachian community studying the social and cultural characteristics of the area.

Pre-req: ANT 411.

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ANT 428 Arch Theory and Analysis3 Credit hours   

An introduction to archaeological theory and its application to the material record of cultures, past and present.

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ANT 440 Bison image  African Cultures3 Credit hours   

Comparative analysis of the ethnic groups of Africa, using archaeological and ethnographic data.

Attributes: International
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ANT 441 Oceania3 Credit hours   

Comparative analysis of the indigenous peoples and cultures of Melanesia and Polynesia, using archaeological and ethnographic data.

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ANT 442 The Native Americans3 Credit hours   

Comparative analysis of the indigenous inhabitants of North America, using archaeological and ethnographic data. PR: Six hours of anthropology or departmental permission.

Attributes: American Institutions
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ANT 445 Bison image  American Ethnicities3 Credit hours   

Comparative overview of historical and contemporary patterns of immigration, settlement, and inter-ethnic relations in the United States.

Attributes: International
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ANT 460 Bison image  Crime and Custom3 Credit hours   

This course examines law and legal processes in diverse cultures from anthropological and law and society perspectives.

Attributes: Multicultural
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ANT 464 Bison image  Design, Planning & Health3 Credit hours   

Social scientific study of how places where people live, work, and recreate affect quality of life and overall health with an emphasis on design decisions within urban and regional planning.

Attributes: Multicultural
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ANT 465 Bison image  Disaster, Culture & Health3 Credit hours   

Study of contemporary environmental and social problems emphasizing health impacts of natural and technological disasters on communities around the world.

Attributes: International
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ANT 466 Bison image  Culture and Environment3 Credit hours   

This course will examine the symbolic and structural dimensions of struggles over defining, organizing, and controlling the natural environment from biocultural perspective.

Attributes: International
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ANT 467 Bison image  Culture in Ethnographies3 Credit hours   

In depth exploration and comparison of diverse cultural groups through reading and discussing ethnographic texts. PR: Six credit hours of anthropology or departmental permission.

Attributes: International
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ANT 468 National Identity3 Credit hours   

Exploration of cultural, political and economic processes that contribute to creation and maintenance of the modern national state as an imagined community.

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ANT 472 Bison image  Language, Gender and the Body3 Credit hours   

Uses methods and theories from anthropology, linguistics, and sociology to examine how gendered bodies in different cultures are constructed through ways of acting in the world.

Attributes: Multicultural
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ANT 478 Intro to Sociolinguistics3 Credit hours   

Sociolinguistics is the study of the effects of language in society relevant to discourse practices, language attitudes, variations, shifts and changes.

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H.

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ANT 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

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ANT 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

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ANT 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

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ANT 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses. Study of topics of interest not ccovered in regularly scheduled courses. PR: Six credit hours of anthropology or deparmental permission.

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ANT 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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ANT 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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ANT 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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ANT 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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ANT 489 Internship1-4 Credit hours   

Supervised practicum founded on anthropological knowledge in a host institution. 40-45 hours of internship work correspond with 1 credit hour.

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ANT 491 Bison image  Theory in Ethnology3 Credit hours   

Introduction to major theoretical traditions of cultural anthropology with emphasis on the connection between fieldwork and development of theory.

Attributes: Multicultural
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ANT 492 Senior Seminar I3 Credit hours   

Application of anthropological theory and practice to individually designed projects. This course fulfills the capstone requirement for undergraduate anthropology majors.

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ANT 493 Bison image  Senior Seminar II3 Credit hours   

Application of anthropological theory and practice to individually designed projects. Fulfills the capstone requirement for undergraduate majors.

Attributes: Capstone Course
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Classics

CL 200 Building English Vocab3 Credit hours   

Study of Latin and Greek word elements to build skill in English vocabulary, both general and technical (or scientific-medical).

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CL 210 Bison image  Love/War Ancient World (CT)3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, this course examines the themes of love and war in Greek and Roman poetry and prose.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities
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CL 230 Bison image  Greek & Roman Epic3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the genre of ancient epic through reading Homer's Iliad and Odyssey and Vergil's Aeneid (or other ancient epics).

Pre-req: ENG 101 with a minimum grade of C or YGS 161 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 101P with a minimum grade of C or ENG 200H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 200 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 231 Bison image  Women in Greek & Roman Lit3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, a thematic study of women in Greek and Roman literature focusing on how a culture's attitudes towards women reflect social, political or ethnic concerns.

Pre-req: ENG 200H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 232 Bison image  Greek & Roman Drama (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to Greek and Roman dramatic genres of tragedy and comedy using selected plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, Seneca, Plautus, and Terence.

Pre-req: ENG 101 with a minimum grade of C or YGS 161 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 101P with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 233 Bison image  Greek & Roman Historians (CT)3 Credit hours   

Thematic study of Greek and Roman historiography by topic as much as by historian, including ancient rehtorical sources on the theory of history.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 234 Bison image  Greek & Roman Poetry (CT)3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, this course examines three periods of Greek and Roman poetry: the Archaic and Hellenistic Ages of Greece and the Golden Age of Rome.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 236 Bison image  Murder in Ancient World (CT)3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, this is a tehmatic study of the topic of murder as it appears in the genres of tragedy, oratory and history.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161 or ENG 101E or ENG 201H or IST 101 or ENG 101P.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 237 Bison image  Lit in the Time of Nero (CT)3 Credit hours   

Taught in English this course examines the literature of the first century, CE, and includes the writings of Lucan, Petronius, Seneca, Martial, Juvenal and Tacitus.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or ENG 101P or ENG 200H or ENG 201H.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Literature, Multicultural
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CL 250 Bison image  Studies in Humanities (CT)3 Credit hours   

An interdisciplinary course to introduce students to the elements of a humanistic education. (Same as Philosophy 150 and Religious Studies 150)

Pre-req: ENG 101 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C or ENG 200H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C or ENG 101P (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C.

Concurrent PR: ENG 101 or ENG 200H or ENG 201H or ENG 101P
Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities, Multicultural
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CL 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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CL 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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CL 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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CL 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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CL 319 Bison image  Classical Mythology3 Credit hours   

Study of the development of myth in ancient Greece and Rome; its place in ancient culture and its survival in the modern world.

Pre-req: ENG 101 with a minimum grade of C or YGS 161 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 101P with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Multicultural
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CL 320 Anc Grk Love & Friendship3 Credit hours   

A literary survey of ancient Greco-Roman love and friendship as shaped by family, marriage, religion, philosophy and politics. Ancient and modern texts read.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 326 Classical Archaeology3 Credit hours   

Archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome, and their colonies and their imperial domains. Same as ANT 370.

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CL 390 Junior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

A structured interdisciplinary study offered by the departments of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies in the foundations of human thought, myth, literature, religion, philosophy, art. (Same as Philosophy 390-394 and Religious Studies 390-394)

Pre-req: ENG 201 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H with a minimum grade of C or YGS 162 with a minimum grade of C or IST 201 with a minimum grade of D or CL 231 with a minimum grade of D or CL 232 with a minimum grade of D or CL 233 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 200 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 201 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 303 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 321 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 340 with a minimum grade of D or PHL 353 with a minimum grade of D or RST 205 with a minimum grade of D or RST 206 with a minimum grade of D or RST 300 with a minimum grade of D or RST 304 with a minimum grade of D or RST 320 with a minimum grade of D or RST 325 with a minimum grade of D.

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CL 391 Junior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

A structured interdisciplinary study offered by the departments of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies in the foundations of human thought, myth, literature, religion, philosophy, art. (Same as Philosophy 390 - 394 and Religious Studies 390 - 394)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 392 Junior Seminar3 Credit hours   

A structured interdisciplinary study offered by the department of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies in the foundations of human thought, myth, literature, regligion, philosophy, art. (Same as Philosophy 390 - 394 and Religious Studies 390 - 394)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 393 Junior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

A structured interdisciplinary study offered by the departments of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies in the foundations of human thought, myth, literature, religion, philosophy, art. (Same as Philosophy 390 - 394 and Religious Studies 390 - 394)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 394 Junior Seminar in Humantities3 Credit hours   

A structured interdisciplinary study offered by the departments of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies in the foundations of human thought, myth, literature, religion, philosophy, art. (Same as Philosophy 390 - 394 and Religious Studies 390 - 394)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 435 Greek Civilization3 Credit hours   

Study of ancient Greek culture, emphasizing parallels with present-day issues.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 436 Roman Civilization3 Credit hours   

Study of ancient Roman culture, emphasizing parallels with present-day issues.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 460 Ancient Goddess Religions3 Credit hours   

Study of the mythology and cults of the goddesses of Greece, Grete, Asia Minor, Crete and Rome, with a view to discovering cultural contexts.

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CL 470 Transformations of Myth3 Credit hours   

An examination of how ancient myth transforms into the psychological and fictional works of more modern times.

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CL 471 Ancient Sexuality3 Credit hours   

A comprehensive study of current theories about Greek and/or Roman sexualities and evaluation of the evidence, textual and otherwise, to which these theories apply.

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or ENG 201.

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CL 472 Rhetoric of Seduction3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, this course investigates the overlap of public and private persuasion through reading philosophical, political and romantic works, and analyzing contemporary campaigns.

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CL 473 Body, Sex and Violence in Rome3 Credit hours   

This course explores the gross violation of the boundaries of the Roman body sexually, politically and socially, and how the symbolizes a breakdown of identity, personally and nationally.

Pre-req: ENG 101 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 101P with a minimum grade of C or ENG 200H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201 with a minimum grade of C.

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CL 475 Roman Law3 Credit hours   

Taught in English, this course provides an introduction to basic tenets of Roman law with particular attention to court cases and speeches.

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CL 476 Rome: The Eternal City6 Credit hours   

On-site study of the archaeology and material culture of ancient Rome in its social, literary and historical context. Taught in English in Rome, Italy. (Students fund their own travel)

Pre-req: ENG 101 or ENG 101P or ENG 160 or ENG 200H and CL 436.

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CL 477 RTTP: Greece and Rome3 Credit hours   

Reacting to the Past: Greece and Rome is a semester long game/simulation where students play historical characters in Athens in 403BC then in Rome just after Julius Caesar's assassination.

Pre-req: (ENG 101 or ENG 101P or ENG 200H or ENG 201H) and CMM 103.

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CL 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Topics like "Values in Ancient Greece/Rome" or "The Cult of the Leader in Ancient Greece/Rome" have recently been offered. Consult chairman for current offerings.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Topics like"Values in Ancient Greece/Rome" or "The Cult of the Leader in Ancient Greece/Rome" have recently been offered. Consult chairman for current offerings.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Topics like "Values in Ancient Greece/Rome" or "The Cult of the Leader in Ancient Greece/Rome" have recently been offered. Consult chairman for current offerings.

Pre-req: ENG 101 or YGS 161.

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CL 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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CL 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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CL 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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CL 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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CL 490 Senior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

Designed for majors as a senior humanities seminar and the culminating interdisciplinary study in the Humanities program. (Same as Philosophy 490 -494 and Religious Studies 490 - 494)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 492 Senior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

Designed for majors as a senior humanities seminar and the culminating interdisciplinary study in the Humanities program. (Same as Philosophy 490 -494 and Religious Studies 490 -494)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 493 Senior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

Designed for majors as a senior humanities seminar and the culminating interdisciplinary study in the Humanities program. (Same as Philosophy 490 -494 and Religious Studies 490 -494)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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CL 494 Senior Seminar in Humanities3 Credit hours   

Designed for majors as a senior humanities seminar and the culminating interdisciplinary study inthe Humanities program. (Same as Philosophy 490 -494 and Religious Studies 490 - 494)

Pre-req: ENG 102 or ENG 302 or ENG 201H or YGS 162 or IST 201 or CL 231 or CL 232 or CL 233 or CL 319 or PHL 200 or PHL 201 or PHL 303 or PHL 321 or PHL 340 or PHL 353 or RST 205 or RST 206 or RST 300 or RST 304 or RST 320 or RST 325 or ENG 201.

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Communication Studies

CMM 103 Fund Speech-Communication3 Credit hours   

A course designed to enhance the development of critical thinking skills and their application to verbal and non- verbal interaction in interpersonal and public communication contexts.

Attributes: Core II Communication Studies
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CMM 104H Honors in Speech Comm3 Credit hours   

An accelerated course for selected freshmen and sophomores in fundamentals of communication, concepts and skills in verbal/nonverbal communication and listening. Not open to juniors and seniors.

Attributes: Core II Communication Studies
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CMM 201 Bison image  Communication Foundations (CT)3 Credit hours   

Develops essential skills in reading and critically analyzing scholarly texts, and in writing academic papers.

Attributes: Critical Thinking
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CMM 205 Bison image  The Rhetorical World (CT)3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the study of rhetoric as a cultural force influencing human behavior and societies and as a critical approach to interpreting cultural artifacts.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Humanities
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CMM 207 Bus & Prof Communication3 Credit hours   

A study of the communication demands and skills relevant to the student's future role as a business or professional person.

Attributes: Core II Communication Studies
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CMM 213 Bison image  Fund Interpersonal Com3 Credit hours   

Introduction to principles and practices related to productive interpersonal communication. Emphasizes competence in using verbal and nonverbal message systems to promote effective communication in social and task relationships.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences
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CMM 239 Bison image  Dev & Appreciation of Film3 Credit hours   

The historical development of the motion picture as an art form. Analysis of the technical, social, economic and cultural factors which have influenced the medium.

Attributes: Core II Humanities
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CMM 255 Bison image  Intro Computer-Comm3 Credit hours   

Use and implications of telecomputing for messaging, re- source finding, and self-directed discovery lerning.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences
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CMM 270 Intercollegiate Debate1 Credit hour   

(PR: Permission of instructor). May be repeated 3 times for credit.

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CMM 271 Intercollegiate Debate1 Credit hour   

(PR: Permission of instructor). May be repeated 3 times for credit.

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CMM 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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CMM 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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CMM 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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CMM 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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CMM 298 Itv1-4 Credit hours   

A course based upon Instructional Television Series broad- cast by public television. The student is repsonsible for viewing the series on the air and satisfying all course re- quirements announced by the department.

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CMM 302 Professional Presentations3 Credit hours   

Designed for present and future demands on skilled presenters of information. Included in the teaching of advanced oral presentation skills, computer assisted/ aided presentations, teleconferencing and other presentational skills.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 303 Intro Communication Thry3 Credit hours   

Analysis of the process of communication and its constituent elements, with emphasis upon traditional and contemporary theories, their validation, and their use as a tool in diagnosis and remediation of communication problems.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or CMM 305 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 307 Political Communication3 Credit hours   

Investigation of the functions, ethics, responsibilities and social impact of oral communication in periods of social unrest and/or political change.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or CMM 305 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 308 Persuasive Communication3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the understanding, practice and analysis of persuasion. Behavioral and rhetorical theories of persuas- ion will be examined and applied to contemporary persuasive communications.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 310 Argumentation & Debate3 Credit hours   

Basic principles of agrument; practice in discussion and debate. Recommended but not a prerequisite for inter- collegiate debating.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or CMM 305 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 311 Lang & Communication3 Credit hours   

A method for studying the role which language plays in human affairs.

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CMM 315 Group Communication3 Credit hours   

Study of group communication processes, including problem solving, systems of group communication analysis and evaluation, in task oriented groups.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 316 Legal Communication3 Credit hours   

The theory and practice of legal communication techniques. The course will examine interviewing skills, negotiation skills, argument preparation skills, presentation skills, and cross-examination skills. Recommended for pre-law students.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

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CMM 319 Superior-Subordinate Comm3 Credit hours   

Survey of principles underlying communication between superiors and subordinates in organizations. Emphasis placed upon communication strategies regarding role defini- tion, performance feedback, development and maintenance of relationships, conflict management, leadership, decision- making.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 320 Oral Interpretation Lit3 Credit hours   

The fundamentals of reading, analyzing, and interpreting literature.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 322 Bison image  Intercultural Communication3 Credit hours   

A study of the barriers to communication across cultures and of strategies for addressing these problems.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

Attributes: Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 330 Bison image  Performance Theory3 Credit hours   

The study of performance practices that function as enactments of cultural identity. Topics will include performance as a cultural process, performance in social roles, and performance as power.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207.

Attributes: Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 345 Listening & Feedback3 Credit hours   

A study of listening/feedback behavior as an integral part of the communication process, development of listening/ feedback skills, and an awareness of barriers to effective listening and feedback.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 104H or CMM 207 or YGS 161 or IST 101.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 370 Intercollegiate Debate1 Credit hour   

(PR: Permission of instructor). May be repeated 3 times for credit. Continuation of Speech 270-271.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 371 Intercollegiate Debate1 Credit hour   

(PR: Permission of instructor). May be repeated 3 times for credit. Continuation of Speech 270-271.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 374 Intro to Health Communication3 Credit hours   

Surveys interpersonal, public, and organizational health communication theories and findings; explores the communication demands of health care and promotion, communication issues in health systems, and strategies to resolve problems.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 401 Organization Communicatn3 Credit hours   

Investigation of information flow in organizations with emphasis on identifying communication problems.

Pre-req: CMM 303 (may be taken concurrently).

Concurrent PR: CMM 303
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 402 Rhetorical Theory3 Credit hours   

An exploration of theories of rhetoric from the Greek philosophers to the present. This course will examine the strategic use of symbols in persuasive discourse.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 403 Nonverbal Communication3 Credit hours   

This course will explore the areas and significance of nonverbal communication as they relate to the quality and effectiveness of human interaction in personal, social, and professional relationships.

Pre-req: CMM 103 or CMM 207 or CMM 104H.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 404 Rhetorical Comm Criticism3 Credit hours   

An examination of the construction of rhetorical texts and the effects they produce.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 406 Interviewing3 Credit hours   

Skill development in the question-answer-response process as it applies to a variety of interviewing situations.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 408 Leadership & Group Comm3 Credit hours   

A study of the variable affecting, and affected by, communication process in small groups, with particular emphasis upon leadership variables.

Pre-req: CMM 315.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 409 Theory Persuasion Change3 Credit hours   

Study of the relationship between persuasion and social change, including theories of attitude and behavioral change and contemporary theories of persuasion.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 411 Communication Study & Resch3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the advanced study of theory and research areas with emphasis on communication research methods and reporting.

Pre-req: CMM 303 (may be taken concurrently).

Concurrent PR: CMM 303
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 413 Theories of Interpersonal Com3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: CMM 213.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 420 Communication & Conflict3 Credit hours   

An exploration of the theory, research, and practice of communication in understanding and negotiating interpersonal conflict.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 421 Gender and Communication3 Credit hours   

An exploration of gender as an organizing principle for communication.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 441 Dev Appr Film Since 19303 Credit hours   

Study of important directions in modern film, including style, genre, and the relationship to contemporary society. A variety offilms will be viewed for analysis.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 450 Direction Speech Activity3 Credit hours   

Direction of extracurricular speech activities: assemblies, forensic events, etc.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 456 Computer-Mediated Comm3 Credit hours   

This course explores the impact of computer-mediated comm- unication on human organization.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 474 Interpersonal Health Comm3 Credit hours   

Investigates communication in establishing effective interactions between health providers, patients, and families. Explores theories and findings in relationship development, decision making, intercultural communication, social support, advocacy, and family relationships.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 476 Communication Classrm Tch3 Credit hours   

Knowledge and utilization of interpersonal communication skills in all teaching-learning environments.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 478 Bison image  Senior Seminar3 Credit hours   

Capstone experience. The development, organization, revision and presentation of major projects that serve to demonstrate the student's competence in the discipline.

Pre-req: CMM 411.

Attributes: Capstone Course
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 479 Public Health Communication3 Credit hours   

Examines communication processes that influence human behavior and public policy through health promotion campaigns, including theories and practices of health behavior change and designing, implementing, and evaluating health communication interventions.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 490 Internship1-4 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
CMM 495H Readings Honors Com Study4 Credit hours   

Open only to speech majors of outstanding ability. See Honors Courses.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode

French

FRN 101 Elementary French I3 Credit hours   

Pronunciation, conversation, reading, and composition with emphasis on aural/oral development.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 102 Elementary French II3 Credit hours   

Pronunciation, conversation, reading, and composition with emphasis on aural/oral development.

Pre-req: FRN 101 with a minimum grade of C.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 112 Basic French3 Credit hours   

Combination of French 101 and 102. Students completing the coure with a grade of C or better are awarded three additional hours of credit toward graduation.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 203 Intermediate French III3 Credit hours   

Continuation on the intermediate level of the basic language skills: pronunciation, conversation, reading, and composi- tion with emphasis on aural/oral development.

Pre-req: FRN 102 with a minimum grade of C or FRN 112 with a minimum grade of C.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 204 Intermediate French IV3 Credit hours   

Development of practical conversational skills, reading for comprehension, and directed composition.

Pre-req: FRN 203 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Foreign Language
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 240 Bison image  French Society & Life3 Credit hours   

Selected topics relating to culture and life in the French- speaking countries. Lectures, readings, and discussions in English.

Attributes: Core II Humanities, International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 304 Masterpieces in Trans3 Credit hours   

This course deals with major works of French literature and requires no prior background in French literature history. The course will be conducted in English.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 305 Intro to FRN Comp & Conv3 Credit hours   

Writing/Speaking intensive course designed to develop communicative skills and review language fundamentals acquired in FRN 101 - 204 sequence (2 years). Course taught in French. PR: FRN 204)

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 306 Intro to FRN Comp & Conv3 Credit hours   

Writing/Speaking intensive course designed to develop communicative skills and review language fundamentals acquired in FRN 101 - 204 sequence (2 years). Course taught in French. (PR: FRN 204)

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 315 Adv Grammar & Composition3 Credit hours   

Study of idioms, grammatical structure, and syntax with em- phasis on free composition, use of language laboratory, and formal study of the art of translation from English to French.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 316 Adv Grammar & Composition3 Credit hours   

Study of idioms, grammatical structure, and syntax with em- phasis on free composition, use of language laboratory, and formal study of the art of translation from English to French.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 317 Survey French Literature3 Credit hours   

A study of important literary movements, representative authors and their works from the Middle Ages to present.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 318 Survey French Literature3 Credit hours   

A study of important literary movements, representative authors and their works from the Middle Ages to present.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 323 Adv Frn Gram & Oral Com3 Credit hours   

Analysis of grammatical structures and introduction to phonetics. Oral and written exercises, presentations, and discussion. Course conducted mainly in French. (PR: FRN 204)

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 324 Adv Frn Gram & Oral Com3 Credit hours   

Analysis of grammatical structure and introduction to phonetics. Oral and written exercises, presentations, and discussion. Course conducted mainly in French. (PR: FRN 204)

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 335 Frn Civilization and Culture3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 336 Frn Civilization and Culture3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 401 17th Century French Theater3 Credit hours   

Study of representative plays by the classical dramatists Corneille, Moliere, and Racine. This course is conducted entirely in French.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 402 18th Century French Lit3 Credit hours   

Study of representative works by the philosophes, Montesquieu, Rousseau, Voltaire, and Diderot. The course will be conducted in French. (PR: FRN 204)

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 403 19th Century French Novel3 Credit hours   

A study of major novels chosen to illustrate the romantic, realistic, and naturalistic literary movements. The course is conducted in French.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Attributes: Literature
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 404 Bison image  20th Century French Novel3 Credit hours   

A study of representative 20th Century French novels by Proust, Malraux, Sartre, Camus, Robbe-Grillet. The course will be taught in French.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 406 Bison image  Frn Civilization & Cult3 Credit hours   

French culture from prehistoric to modern times with emphasis on contemporary life and French institutions. This course is conducted in French, and full language credit is given.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 407 Foreign Lang Tchg Meth3 Credit hours   

Analysis and practical application of methods of teaching foreign language, including professional development, language pedagogy, and language standards. To be taken concurrently with CI 470.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Co-req: CI 470
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 417 Contemporary Frn Film3 Credit hours   

Course on selected films by French directors of the New Wave and the Post New-Wave period.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 418 Contemporary Frn Film3 Credit hours   

Course on selected films by French directors of the New Wave and the Post New-Wave period.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 425 Devel of French Prose I3 Credit hours   

An analysis of the important works that mark the evolution of French Prose writers from the Middle Ages through the 18th Century. Readings and discussions are in French.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 427 Dev Frn Poetry-Theater I3 Credit hours   

A study of literary works illustrating the development of poetry and theater in France from the Middle Ages through the 18th Century.

Pre-req: FRN 317 and FRN 318.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 428 Dev Frn Poetry-Theater II3 Credit hours   

A study of literary works illustrating the development of poetry and theater in France during the 19th and 20th Centuries.

Pre-req: FRN 204.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

A course for advanced students sufficiently prepared to do constructive work in phases of the language or literature of interest to them.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

A course for advanced students sufficiently prepared to do constructive work in phases of the language or literature of interest to them.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

A course for advanced students sufficiently prepared to do constructive work in phases of the language or literature of interest to them.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

A course for advanced students sufficiently prepared to do constructive work in phases of the language or literature of interest to them.

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
FRN 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Pre-req: FRN 305 or FRN 306 or FRN 315 or FRN 316 or FRN 317 or FRN 318 or FRN 323 or FRN 324 or FRN 335 or FRN 336.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode

Geography

GEO 100 Bison image  Intro to Human Geography (CT)3 Credit hours   

This critical thinking course provides a systematic examination of contemporary concepts and processes of human geography in global perspective, including economics, geopolitics, culture, nationalism, urbanization, governance, agriculture, population, and migration.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 101 Bison image  Physical Geography (CT)4 Credit hours   

Systematic survey of earth-sun relationships, land-surface form, climate, soils, water, natural vegetation, and other natural content as a background for human geography.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Natural Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 110 Basic GIS1 Credit hour   

Introduction to GIS concepts including GIS components, spatial and tabular data, database elements, data formats, and map design; hands-on experience with a GIS.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 111 Air Photos & Satellite Imagery1 Credit hour   

Introduction to photogrammetry and remote sensing thourgh the hands-on investigation of aerial photographs and satellite imagery using the latest technology.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 112 Smartphone GPS1 Credit hour   

Principles of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS); using your smartphone for Global Positioning Systems (GPS)/GNSS orientation, and data collection.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 113 Web GIS1 Credit hour   

Students learn to build web maps, share GIS data on the internet, and create web GIS applications.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 203 Bison image  Economic Geography (CT)3 Credit hours   

A systematic examination of world economic geography with a focus on population, agriculture, transportation, land use, urbanization, industry, energy, and the environment.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 206 Bison image  Geography West Virginia3 Credit hours   

A survey of the geography of West Virginia including landforms, climate, settlement patterns, population, economics, resources, politics, and environmental changes.

Attributes: American Institutions, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 222 Bison image  Global Environment Issues (CT)3 Credit hours   

Environmental issues have great emotional, political, and economic significance. The dynamics of global environmental problems, their complex interactions, and effects on potential stakeholders will be examined at the international scale.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 230 Bison image  Intro to Meteorology (CT)4 Credit hours   

Introduction to the composition of the atmosphere and weather phenomena, including thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Natural Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 300 Methods in Geography3 Credit hours   

Provides an introduction to research methods in geography. Topics addressed include: data sources; sampling; data collection, storage, and management; descriptive measures and data visualization techniques; qualitative and quantitative analysis.

Pre-req: STA 225 with a minimum grade of D or STA 150 with a minimum grade of D or STA 150B with a minimum grade of D or MGT 218 with a minimum grade of D or PSY 223 with a minimum grade of D or SOC 345 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 440 with a minimum grade of D.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 305 Bison image  Geog of USA & Canada3 Credit hours   

Survey of physical, historical, population, economic, political, cultural, and regional geographies of Canada and the United States, including an analysis of the multi-cultural nature of the societies.

Attributes: American Institutions, Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 317 Bison image  World Regional Geography3 Credit hours   

World regions examined using a synthesis of physical and human geographical themes including environment, culture, landscape, climate, landforms, globalization, population patterns, urbanization, economies, and political geography.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 350 Severe Storms and Natl Hzrds4 Credit hours   

Basics of earth and atmospheric hazards including flooding, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes, and volcanic eruptions, and how to mitigate the impacts.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 402 Geography of Appalachia3 Credit hours   

A study of the geography of Appalachia, including landforms, climate, settlement patterns, population, economics, resources, politics, and environmental changes.

Attributes: American Institutions
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 404 Bison image  Geography of Europe3 Credit hours   

An examination of the geography of Europe focusing on contemporary issues, including climate, culture, economics, environmental change, everyday life, international relations landforms, language, politics, population, religion, and urbanization.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 405 Bison image  Political Geography3 Credit hours   

A systematic and regional survey of world political problems and international relations stressing current geopolitical conflicts. An examination of contemporary patterns, processes, and problems of political geography in global perspective, including globalization, colonialism, imperialism, geopolitics, nationalism, diplomacy, international borders, governance, political representation, and future projections

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 406 Bison image  Population Geography3 Credit hours   

An examination of contemporary patterns, processes, and problems of population geography in global perspective, including fertility, mortality, demographic change, migration, malnutrition, urbanization, natural resource sustainability, and future projections.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 408 Bison image  Geog of South & Middle America3 Credit hours   

A study of settlement, transportation, manufacturing, agriculture, geopolitics, and natural resources of South and Middle American countries. Regional study of relation of man's activities to natural environment.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 410 Urban Geography3 Credit hours   

Study of the evolution, morphology and land use, functions, and problems of urban areas, with emphasis on governance, planning, and the social and environmental impacts of urbanization.

Attributes: American Institutions
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 411 Medical Geography3 Credit hours   

An examination of contemporary issues and problems in health and medical geography, including the spatial aspects of global health, health care policy, and disease origins, diffusion, and ecology.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 422 Bison image  Environmental Geography3 Credit hours   
Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 423 Cartography & GIS3 Credit hours   

This course is an introduction to cartography and is the cornerstone of Geographic Information Science. In this class you will learn basic map design, map interpretation and appreciation. We will explore the nature of spatial data, and learn what maps can and cannot represent. We will study maps as a data source for Geographic Information Systems, and as a graphic tool for scientific visualizations.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 424 Transportation Geography3 Credit hours   

A geographic analysis of transportation and its spatial organization. Concepts, models, and analytical methods related to traffic demand, network configuration, and allocation of transport facilities are covered.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 425 Climatology4 Credit hours   

A study of elements of weather and climate, methods of climatic classification, and the distribution and characteristics of world climate regions.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 426 Principles of GIS4 Credit hours   

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) principles, techniques, and applications for the social and natural sciences with emphasis on foundational geographic principles in a lecture/lab format.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 427 Principles of GIS II4 Credit hours   

Students apply GIS principles and techniques to geoprocess and manipulate geographic data, including topics such as geodatabase management, python scripting, model building, web mapping and data services, and spatial analysis.

Pre-req: GEO 423 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 426 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 429 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 430 with a minimum grade of D or NRRM 423 with a minimum grade of D or NRRM 433 with a minimum grade of D.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 429 Location Analysis and GIS4 Credit hours   

Concepts, models, and methods of geographic location analysis of natural resource extraction, manufacturing, services, retail and market area analytics, and logistics using GIS.

Pre-req: GEO 423 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 426 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 427 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 430 with a minimum grade of D or NRRM 423 with a minimum grade of D or NRRM 433 with a minimum grade of D.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 430 GIS-Raster Analysis4 Credit hours   

GIS raster analysis, including local, neighborhood, and zonal operations, terrain analysis, building raster databases, distance modeling, and surface interpolation. Data collection and input from readily available sources, creation of custom data using GPS and advanced spatial analysis using GIS. (PR: GEO 429)

Pre-req: GEO 426 or GEO 429 or IST 423.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 431 Remote Sensing & Photogram4 Credit hours   

Scientific study of the earth using images and data captured using satellite- or aircraft-borne sensors, with emphasis on issues of acquisition, photogrammetic interpretation, spatial analysis and application.

Pre-req: GEO 426 or GEO 429 or GEO 430 or IST 423.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 432 Enterprise GIS3 Credit hours   

Principles and techniques for planning, implementing, and managing Geographic Information Systems technologies in a firm or agency.

Pre-req: GEO 426 or GEO 429 or GEO 430 or GEO 431 or IST 423.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 433 GPS & Mobile Geospatial Tech3 Credit hours   

An analysis of the design and deployment of Global Navigation Satellite Systems such as GPS (Global Positioning System) and their application to mobile map services.

Pre-req: GEO 426 or GEO 429 or GEO 430 or GEO 431 or IST 423.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 434 Floods Hazards and GIS3 Credit hours   

Application of principles of flood hazards preparation, disaster management, and mitigation using Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 440 Spatial Statistics and GIS4 Credit hours   

Statistical methods applied to problem solving in geography and using GIS for display and analysis. Primary focus on descriptive and inferential spatial statistics, mapping, and spatial analysis of data.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 454 Drones: Remote Sensing & GIS3 Credit hours   

Learn FAA rules and safety procedures; prepare for Remote Pilot licensing exam; operate drones to collect remote sensing data; process imagery for analysis; integrate sUAS imagery with existing GIS data.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 460 Weather Analysis4 Credit hours   

Introduction to reading weather maps and meteorological analysis techniques including satellite and radar image interpretation and numerical weather prediction.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 490 Internship1-6 Credit hours   

Cooperative learning experience with regional employer/government agency.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
GEO 498 Bison image  Senior Capstone2 Credit hours   

This senior capstone course combines research methods, data collection, and analysis to produce original research on questions and problems in geography. Par I: Pilot Project.

Pre-req: GEO 300 with a minimum grade of D and (GEO 423 with a minimum grade of D or GEO 426 with a minimum grade of D).

Attributes: Capstone Course
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
GEO 499 Bison image  Senior Capstone II1-3 Credit hours   

This senior capstone course combines research methods, data collection, and analysis to produce original research on questions and problems in geography. Part II.

Pre-req: GEO 426 and (MTH 225 or GEO 440 or MGT 218 or PSY 223 or SOC 345 or ANT 301 or EDF 417).

Attributes: American Institutions, Capstone Course
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History

HST 101 Bison image  Great Civs to 1300 (CT)3 Credit hours   

Comparative study of the origin and course of major civilizations focusing on the Middle East, India, China, and the West. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 101H Bison image  Great Civs to 1300 (CT)3 Credit hours   

Comparative study of the origin and course of major civilizations focusing on the Middle East, India, China, and the West. This honors section emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Pre-req: Admitted Honors College with a score of 1.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Honors, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 102 Bison image  World & West 1300-1850 (CT)3 Credit hours   

An interdisciplinary analysis of the foundatins of Western development. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 102H Bison image  World & West 1300-1850 (CT)3 Credit hours   

An interdisciplinary analysis of the foundations of Western development. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Pre-req: Admitted Honors College with a score of 1.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Honors, Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 103 Bison image  The World Since 1850 (CT)3 Credit hours   

Major world developments and trends from the middle of the 19th century to the present and their implications for the future. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 103H Bison image  World Since 1850 Honors (CT)3 Credit hours   

Survey for superior students of world developments and trends from the 19th century to the present and their implications for the future.

Pre-req: ACT Composite with a score of 26 or SAT Verbal Before March 16 with a score of 600.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Honors, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 200 Bison image  History Methods Workshop3 Credit hours   

This course is an introduction to the most fundamental methods of the discipline. Students will learn to use library resources, practice document interpretation skills, and identify and evaluate historical arguments.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 208 Bison image  The Developing World (CT)3 Credit hours   

A survey of selected Third World countries focusing on imperialism, colonialism and developmental interests. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 218 Ancient Egypt3 Credit hours   

A survey of the history of Egypt from the pre-dynastic kings through the reign of Cleopatra with emphasis on religious, cultural, social, political and economic developments.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 219 Bison image  Ancient History3 Credit hours   

A survey of the ancient Near East, Greece, and Rome with emphasis on Greek and Roman civilization from Mycenaean times through the Roman Empire of the 5th century. Open to all undergraduates.

Attributes: European History, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 220 Bison image  European Hist Medieval3 Credit hours   

A survey of the history of Europe from the later Roman Empire to the end of the Middle Ages with emphasis on religious, cultural, social, political and economic developments. Open to all undergraduates.

Attributes: European History, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 223 Bison image  Rise & Fall Nazi Germany3 Credit hours   

A study of the origins, course, and collapse of the Third Reich. Some attention will be given to pre-Nazi period.

Attributes: European History, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 230 Bison image  American History to 1877 (CT)3 Credit hours   

A general survey from the discovery in 1492 through the period of Reconstruction. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: American Institutions, Critical Thinking, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 230H Bison image  Amer Hist to 1877-Honors3 Credit hours   

A survey of American History to 1877 for the superior student.

Pre-req: ACT Composite with a score of 26 or SAT Verbal Before March 16 with a score of 600.

Attributes: American Institutions, Core II Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 231 Bison image  American Hist From 1877 (CT)3 Credit hours   

A general survey since Reconstruction. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: American Institutions, Critical Thinking, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 231H Bison image  US Hist Since 1877-Honors3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: ACT Composite with a score of 26 or SAT Verbal Before March 16 with a score of 600.

Attributes: American Institutions, Honors, Social Sciences, Core II Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 250 Bison image  Women in US History3 Credit hours   

A study of the public and private contributions of women in the shaping of the United States from the Colonial period to the present.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 260 Bison image  Rise of Islam 570-17503 Credit hours   

A study of the Middle Eastern region from pre-Islamic Arabia to the pinnacle of Ottoman imperial control. Emphasis is placed on cultural, social, and political developments.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 265 Bison image  Modern East Asia3 Credit hours   

A survey of the history of East Asia from 17th century to present with a focus on China and Japan.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 301 Bison image  Lat Am Discovery-Independ3 Credit hours   

Emphasis is on conditions in Spain which influenced the development of Latin America and eventually led to the independence movement.

Attributes: International, World History
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HST 302 Bison image  Lat Am Independence-Pres3 Credit hours   

Emphasis is on the political, economic and social insti- tutions of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

Attributes: International, World History
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HST 303 American Military History3 Credit hours   
Attributes: United States History
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HST 304 Bison image  Spanish History Since 14753 Credit hours   

A survey of Spain's historical development emphasizing her rise and decline as a world power, the impact of persistent internal conflict, the Franco dictatorship and the transi- tion to democracy.

Attributes: European History, International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 305 Drug Wars3 Credit hours   

This course examines the history of the war on drugs throughout U.S. and Latin American history with an emphasis on the past century.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 306 The Holocaust3 Credit hours   

An exploration of the why and how of the Holocaust with an emphasis on Nazi Jewish policy from 1933 to 1942.

Attributes: European History
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HST 307 Bison image  The Global Cold War3 Credit hours   

An international survey of World War II and the Cold War. Topics include military, political, diplomatic, social and cultural history from a global perspective.

Attributes: International, World History
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HST 311 World War I3 Credit hours   

This course explores the First World War. It examines the roots of the conflict, the outbreak, the course of the war, and its chaotic aftermath.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 312 Bison image  African-American History3 Credit hours   

A survey of African-American History from African and West Indian origins to the present.

Attributes: American Institutions, Multicultural, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 323 Religion in America3 Credit hours   

The rise and development of religion and of religious thinking in America. (Same as Religious Studies 323)

Attributes: American Institutions, Social Sciences, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 330 Football and American Culture3 Credit hours   

This class examines the role of football in American culture, politics, the economy and particularly its role in the elevation of college sports. A general treatment from the discovery in 1492 through the period of Reconstruction.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 333 American Colonial History3 Credit hours   

A study of the historical development of the English colonies in America.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
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HST 342 American Legal History3 Credit hours   

Historical development of American law in areas ranging from slavery and racial discrimination to civil liberties and crime and punishment.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 343 The US in the 1970s3 Credit hours   

The economic, political, social and cultural history of the United States as it shifted from the modern 1960s to the post-modern world of the late 20th century.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 344 The United States in the 1980s3 Credit hours   

Focusing on the United States in the 1980s global context, this course examines the social, cultural, political, and economic history of the late 20th century.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 347 Southern Women's History3 Credit hours   

This course explores the lives and experiences of Southern women in the US from the colonial era to the present.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 360 Bison image  Sports and Civil Rights3 Credit hours   

An examination of the way that sports history reflects important themes in US history such as equality, race, ethnicity, and gender.

Attributes: Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 361 Bison image  The Modern Middle East3 Credit hours   

A survey of the modern Middle East with emphasis on the historical background of current controversial issues confronting the region.

Attributes: International, World History
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HST 362 Bison image  The Crusades3 Credit hours   

An examination of the origins, historical progression, and impact of the Crusades from both Christian and Islamic perspectives.

Attributes: Multicultural, World History
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HST 365 Bison image  The Civil Rights Movement3 Credit hours   

An exploration of 20th century movements for civil rights in American history examining race, ethnicity, social class, and gender.

Attributes: Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 366 Conspiracies in US History3 Credit hours   

This course focuses on the ways people have constructed and used conspiracy theories to explain events in U.S. political, cultural, social, and scientific arenas.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 378 Bison image  Modern Asia3 Credit hours   

A selective look at Modern Asia, focusing on Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and Indonesia and American inter- action with the Asian nations. No Preq.

Attributes: International, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 380 Asia to 16003 Credit hours   

This course will introduce students to the political, cultural, social, and intellectual environment of pre- modern Asia. Students will also learn to think critically about their own and other societies.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 390 Food in World History3 Credit hours   

This course examines the key changes and continuities in human food consumption patterns and practices since the Neolithic period while comparing and contrasting the food-ways of major civilizations and cultures.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 392 Food Markets and Modernity3 Credit hours   

This course examines the social and cultural history of various types of urban food markets in Western Europe and the United States from the late eighteenth century to the present.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 400 Bison image  Senior Seminar3 Credit hours   

A capstone course for History majors. Survey of literature and practical experience in methods and sources of history through bibliographical study and research papers. Senior standing or by permission.

Pre-req: HST 101 with a minimum grade of D and HST 102 with a minimum grade of D and HST 103 with a minimum grade of D and HST 200 with a minimum grade of D and HST 230 with a minimum grade of D and HST 231 with a minimum grade of D.

Attributes: Capstone Course
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HST 401 History of Appalachia3 Credit hours   

This course will explore the historical and historiographical development of Appalachia and the economic, political, and cultural forces that have shaped the lives and communities of mountaineers.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 405 Amer Diplomacy 1900-Pres3 Credit hours   

American foreign relations in the 20th century. The gradual retreat from isolation in the period between World War I and World War II and modern American involvement in inter- national commitments are stressed.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 406 Tudor & Stuart England3 Credit hours   

A history of England under the Tudors and Stuarts, focusing primarily on demographic, social, cultural, and political developments.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 407 History of Sexuality3 Credit hours   

Examines the history of sexuality in North America in the context of cultural, legal, economic, political and social history from the 16th century to the present.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 408 History of LGBT Peoples3 Credit hours   

A survey of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender history in the United States from the colonial period to the present.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 409 American Revolution3 Credit hours   

A varied view of the American Revolution and its impact on the American people.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 413 Hist Old South 1492-18603 Credit hours   

The History of the Old South is a study of the political, economic, social, and cultural conditions in the South that led to the development of the South as a distinct section in the United States.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 414 Am Civil War & Reconstruc3 Credit hours   

A discussion of the economic, political, social, and cultural differences leading to the Civil War, the war itself, and an analysis of the political and economic impor- tance of Reconstruction.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 415 Hist New South 1877-Pres3 Credit hours   

A study of the political, economic, social, and cultural changes in the South after Reconstruction, which explains conditions in the contemporary South.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 417 U.S. West to 19003 Credit hours   

A study of the social, cultural, political, and economic history of the US West to 1900, along with West's place in public memory.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 421 Renaissance & Reformation3 Credit hours   

The impact of the Renaissance upon esthetic, economic, and political developments especially in the 15th and 16th centuries. The decline of Catholicism and the growth of the Protestant movement, and the influence of the two movements upon each other are stressed.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 424 US Science & Technology3 Credit hours   

A study of the development and impact of science and tech- nology in the U.S.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 425 European Hist 1814-19143 Credit hours   

A century of European policital, economic, and social history and its relationship to and influence upon the history of other world areas is noted. The impact of imperialistic rivalry is emphasized.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 426 Bison image  European Hist 1914-Pres3 Credit hours   

The impact of World War I upon Europe, the era between two world wars, the search for world peace, and World War II and its aftermath are major topics of consideration.

Attributes: European History, International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 427 The World at War3 Credit hours   

This course explores the Second World War. It probes the nexus of diplomacy, politics, ideology, military strategy and operations, economics, and technological innovation that generated a truly global "total war."

Attributes: Social Sciences, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 428 Bison image  Intel & Cult Hist Mod Eur3 Credit hours   

A survey of the main events in European thought and culture in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Attributes: European History, International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 430 Bison image  Soviet Russia and Beyond3 Credit hours   

Rise and fall of the Soviet Union, with emphasis on political and economic changes and Soviet frreign policy, and including an examination of the aftermath of the Soviet Union's collapse.

Attributes: European History, International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 431 America in the Gilded Age3 Credit hours   

A study of America's transformation from a rural, agrarian nation into an urban, industrial world power; the final destruction of the American Indian; the settlement of the West; and the farmers' revolt.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 433 In Our Time-Am Since 19453 Credit hours   

A study of America since World War II, focusing mainly on domestic politics, foreign affairs, the civil rights move- ment, the rise of minorities, and the fragmentation of American society.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 434 Bison image  The Vietnam War3 Credit hours   

A study of the origin and escalation of American involvement in Vietnam, the domestic impact of the war within the United States and the collapse of the South Vietnamese government.

Attributes: International, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 435 Bison image  Modern Japan3 Credit hours   

Begins with an overview of nineteenth century Japan and stresses the twentieth century rise of Japan to the position of world power.

Attributes: International, World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 436 Modern China3 Credit hours   

This course will provide an overview of Chinese history in the modern era (1600 to present), including the major political, cultural, social and intellectual events and trends of this period.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 437 Seminar in Public History3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the basic theories, ideas, and approaches to the application of historical theory or methods to projects presented to non-student publics; local and economic development applications and projects emphasized.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 438 Stuff and Things in History3 Credit hours   

This course investigates the rich potential of"things" -- objects, landscapes, buildings, household utensils, furniture, foods, works of art, clothing, etc -- as sources of insight about American history and culture.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 439 Modern China through Film3 Credit hours   

Through a combination of films,lectures,readings,discussions and writings the course will show how China took its unique path to modernization.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 440 West Virginia History3 Credit hours   

An interdisciplinary study of the state, its people and its institutions within the national context.

Attributes: American Institutions, United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 443 20th Century US Womens Hst3 Credit hours   

This course explores the diverse lives and experiences of 20th century US women, always with an emphasis on power.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 444 US Popular Culture3 Credit hours   

Explores the roles of popular media, art, consumer culture, and public entertainments in the development of popular culture in the United States from the 18th Century to the present.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 445 Arab-Israeli Conflict3 Credit hours   

This course will examine the historical developments of the modern Arab-Israeli conflict, with emphasis placed on political, socioeconomic, and cultural change and the prospects for peace.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 446 Rise of Atlantic World3 Credit hours   

This course considers the expansion of Western Europe, beginning in the early 1400's to Africa, Latin America, and other parts of the Atlantic world.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 447 Film and Empire3 Credit hours   

This course explores the nature and importance of empires through the reading of key texts and the study of selected films.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 448 British History in Film3 Credit hours   

This course explores selected aspects of British history through the study of films and key texts.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 449 World War I in Film3 Credit hours   

This course explores the origins, course, and meaning of World War I (1914-1918) through the use of selected films and readings.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 450 Baseball in the Americas3 Credit hours   

It seeks to understand the importance of baseball from a social, cultural and political standpoint. It also explores the use of baseball as a diplomatic tool.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 451 History of Women in Sports3 Credit hours   

Examines the importance of sport to the lives of girls and women and vice versa. The course encourages critical analysis of the place and value of sport in women's lives.

Attributes: United States History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 452 History of Sports in America3 Credit hours   

Examines the effects of sports on American society and culture. It explores the historical development of American sports and examine relationships between sports, nationalism, politics, economics, gender and American expansion.

Attributes: United States History
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HST 453 The Kennedy Assassination3 Credit hours   

This course explores the events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 454 History of Ireland3 Credit hours   

This course explores the history of Ireland from the Middle Ages to the Present.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 458 Spies in History3 Credit hours   

This course explores the role played by spies and espionage in modern history.

Attributes: World History
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HST 462 The Viking World3 Credit hours   

By analyzing saga literature, poetry, and artifacts, students will examine the history of medieval Scandinavia.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 465 Medieval Britain3 Credit hours   

An examination of mainland Britain from the pre-Roman era through the Hundred Years War.

Attributes: European History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 467 Fashion and Textile History3 Credit hours   

Cross-cultural comparisons of textiles as primary sources for prehistoric cultures through the 1920's.

Attributes: World History
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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HST 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
HST 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode

Political Science

PSC 104 Bison image  Am Natl Govt & Politics (CT)3 Credit hours   

This course will engage students in critical thinking as they explore the American federal government system, with emphasis on constiutionalism, governmental structure, and the political process.

Attributes: American Institutions, Critical Thinking, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 105 Bison image  Fundamentals of Politics (CT)3 Credit hours   

General survey introducing the study of politics, its major concepts, processes, institutions, and fields of concern, with attention to the place of political science in the larger context of social science inquiry.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 202 Bison image  State and Local Government3 Credit hours   

Study of the institutions, processes, and significance of this level of political life in America.

Attributes: American Institutions, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 207 Bison image  Comparative Politics (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the field of comparative politics, stressing comparative concepts and approaches to the cross-national study of politics and government, with examination of political systems, ranging from democratic to non-democratic types.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 209 Bison image  Fund Internatl Relations (CT)3 Credit hours   

Survey of major concepts and approaches in the study of international relations and analysis of processes, institutions, strategies, and trends in world politics.

Attributes: Critical Thinking, International, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 211 Bison image  Research in Political Science3 Credit hours   

Study of the development of political science as a distinct science and discipline, and of the fundamentals of research in political science, such as bibliographic techniques, uses of scientific method, textual and case-study approaches and data analysis.

Pre-req: ENG 201 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 201H with a minimum grade of C or YGS 161 with a minimum grade of C or IST 201 with a minimum grade of D or ENG 202 with a minimum grade of D or ENG 102 with a minimum grade of C or ENG 200H with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 233 Bison image  Intro to Public Policy3 Credit hours   

Basic concepts and skills in the analysis of public policy problems. Use of policy as an instrument for solving problems. Application to selected fields, for example, environmental policy and urban policy.

Attributes: American Institutions, Core II Social Sciences
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic not adequately treated in the regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic not adequately treated in the regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic not adequately treated in the regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic not adequately treated in the regular course offerings.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 303 Amer Political Parties3 Credit hours   

Examination of the American party system, its origins, development and characteristics. Emphasis also on party organization, political ambition and recruitment, party impact on public policy, campaigns, elections, and voting behavior.

Attributes: American Institutions
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 307 Public Opinion and Propaganda3 Credit hours   

Study of the processes by which individuals acquire politi- cally relevant information, attitudes, values, and opinions; the consequences of these processes for political stability and conflict; and the linkage of mass opinions to elite be- havior. (Same as Sociology 307)

Attributes: American Institutions
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 311 Issues in Public Policy3 Credit hours   

A course devoted to a special topic of interest in the policy field, such as energy, health care, transportation, environmental concerns, etc.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 333 Intro to Public Administration3 Credit hours   

Introduction to modern theories of administration; the re- lation of administration to the political system and pro- cess; and analysis of administrative organizations and functions, including planning, personnel, and finance.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 376 Bison image  Black Politics3 Credit hours   

Study emphasizing power structures in black communities, dissent and protest, problems and trends, and the uni- queness of black politics as compared with the politics of other ethnic groups.

Attributes: American Institutions, Multicultural
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 381 Am Legislative Process3 Credit hours   

Structure and behavior of American national and state legislative systems; the impact of constituencies, parties, interest groups, interpersonal relations, and other factors on the legislative policymaking process; the role of the legislature as a subsystem in the larger political system; and problems and trends.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 382 Student Legislative Prog1 Credit hour   

One week of intensive legislative observation designed to provide selected students an understanding of the organiza- tion and processes of the West Virginia legislature and its role in the making of public policy.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 383 The American Presidency3 Credit hours   

Study of governmental executives in the American political system, with emphasis on the president, including analysis of constitutional status and powers, recruitment, admini- strative responsibilities, political and legislative leader- ship, accountability, and problems and trends.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 403 Bison image  War and Pop Culture3 Credit hours   

An exploration of evolving depictions of political violence in film, television, graphic novels, video games, and popular music.

Attributes: International
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 405 Bison image  UN & Global Organizations3 Credit hours   

Study of world and regional organizations as reflections of world politics, as instruments of foreign policies, and as forces for change and order, with emphasis on their role as channels for management of cooperation and conflict.

Attributes: International
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PSC 406 Bison image  International Relations3 Credit hours   

Study of major issues in world politics, with emphasis on theoretical approaches, problems of war and peace, and contemporary trends.

Attributes: International
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PSC 407 Bison image  Asian Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of such nations as India, China, Japan, and Korea in the contemporary setting.

Attributes: International
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PSC 408 Bison image  Middle Eastern Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of the Arab States and such nations as Israel, Iran, and Turkey in the contemporary setting.

Attributes: International
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PSC 409 Bison image  Western Democratic Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of such nations as Canada and those of Western Europe, particularly Great Britian and France.

Attributes: International
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PSC 410 Bison image  Post Soviet Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of the politics of Russia and the former Soviet Union. Study of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.

Attributes: International
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PSC 411 Bison image  Latin American Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of Latin American politics by sectors, such as landed elites, the military, the church, etc. Various styles of governance are considered. Case examples illustrate con- cepts discussed.

Attributes: International
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PSC 412 International Political Econ3 Credit hours   

This course will examine the evolution and structure of the global economic system with emphasis on the development of the Liberal International Economic Order.

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PSC 415 Bison image  International Law3 Credit hours   

Study of theories, origins, sources, development, present state, and trends of international law as a factor in various aspects of international politics.

Attributes: International
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PSC 416 Bison image  Politics of Development3 Credit hours   

A survey of major theories of development and modernization and issues confronting developing nations around the world.

Attributes: International
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PSC 417 Homeland Sec and Civ Lib3 Credit hours   

An examination of the policy issues involved in protecting the U.S. homeland from terrorist and other threats, with special attention to the impact such policies have on individual liberties.

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PSC 418 American Political Thought II3 Credit hours   

This course is a detailed examination of the philosophical and historical roots of American politics from Reconstruction through the present with emphasis on original texts.

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PSC 419 Women and Political Thought3 Credit hours   

This course examines how women were conceptualized in the history of political philosophy and how women then began conceptualizing themselves and their relation to politics.

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PSC 420 Bison image  Cur World/Regional Issues3 Credit hours   

An intensive study of specific world or regional problems, such as the politics of world hunger, the role of multi- national corporations, imperialism, Third World Communist movements, etc.

Attributes: International
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PSC 421 American Political Thought I3 Credit hours   

This course is a detailed examination of the philosophical and historical roots of American politics from the Colonial era through the Civil War with emphasis on original texts. Study of the development and influence of American Political Thought with an emphasis on the linkage of ideas to political and ecomomic forces.

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PSC 422 Bison image  African Political Systems3 Credit hours   

The study of political systems of selected countries, blocs, or regions.

Attributes: International
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PSC 423 Bison image  American Foreign Policy3 Credit hours   

The study of descriptive, analytical, and normative aspects of United States foreign policy with emphasis on contempor- ary problems and issues.

Attributes: American Institutions, International
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PSC 424 Bison image  Diplomacy3 Credit hours   

Application of the comparative method to foreign policy decision-making and outputs. Comparisons within or between geographic regions.

Attributes: International
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PSC 425 Classical Political Thought3 Credit hours   

Selective study of classics of Western political theory from earliest times through the 15th century, such as that of Plato, Aristotle, the Romans, Augustine, and Aquinas.

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PSC 426 Modern Political Thought3 Credit hours   

Selective study of classics of Western political theory from the 16th century through the 19th century, such as that of Machiavelli, Bodin, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Hume, Burke, Mill, and Marx.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
PSC 427 Shapers and Definers3 Credit hours   

A study of political leaders who have shaped and defined the American constitutional tradition.

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PSC 428 Bison image  Islam and Politics3 Credit hours   

Study of Islamic political ideas, practices, and institut- ions and their impact on the rise and development of con- temporary Islamic movements, organizations, and states.

Attributes: International
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PSC 429 Bison image  Politics of Confl & Rev3 Credit hours   

Study of major theories of conflict and revolution with em- phasis on cross-national explanations and outcomes.

Attributes: International
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PSC 430 Political Ideologies3 Credit hours   

This course examines modern political ideologies including Liberalism, Conservatism, Anarchism, Socialism, Facism, Feminism, and Environmentalism with emphasis on the original texts.

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PSC 431 Pol of Global Terrorism3 Credit hours   

An examination of terrorism globally, both in its development and its current manifestations, with attention to its attractions, the difficulties of confronting it, and its implications for democratic society. Draws upon both classic and contemporary sources of politi- cal theory to address basic political issues inherent in public problems.

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PSC 432 Nonprofit Management3 Credit hours   

This course examines the principles and applied practices of nonprofit administration including theories of nonprofit formation, fundraising appeals, executive leadership, marketing, budgeting, and strategic management.

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PSC 433 Public Adm & Policy Dev3 Credit hours   

Examination of alternative theoretical approaches to the study of policy and administration and their implications for the use of policy to shape administrative practice.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 434 Intel and Covert Ops3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the institutions and processes of the U.S. Intelligence Community, with an emphasis on the vital role of intelligence in national security.

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PSC 435 Harry Potter and Pol. Theory3 Credit hours   

Detailed examination of the Harry Potter book series through the lens of various theories and theorists of power, with emphasis on scholarly argumentation and writing.

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PSC 436 The American Judiciary3 Credit hours   

Structure and behavior in American national and state judi- cial systems, including analysis of their decision making and policy making functions, their procedures and administ- ration, and problems and trends.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 440 Power in American Society3 Credit hours   

Examination of some of the major theoretical approaches - pluralistic, elitist, etc. - to the study of power. A major concern is the relationship between the distribution of political resources and the performance of political systems. Efforts to transform political systems are exam- ined on the basis of cross-national research.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 442 Politics of Poverty3 Credit hours   

A comparative course examining the political institutional methods states use to assist citizens who are poor, primarily women and children. It also addresses behavioral concerns that shape welfare policy.

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PSC 444 Dictatorship & Democracy3 Credit hours   

An investigation of the strengths of democracies relative to dictatorships with regard to such dimensions as economic growth, income equality, health and welfare of citizens and war reductions.

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PSC 445 Environmental Politics3 Credit hours   

This course examines multiple prespectives on the relationship between humans and nature, focusing on how particular interpretations of this relationship determine how we translate environmental concerns into political problems.

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PSC 446 Politics in History3 Credit hours   

A study of politics as an order shattering, order restructuring force during some of America's most transformative moments.

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PSC 450 Administrative Law3 Credit hours   

A study of the basic legal framework of administrative or- ganization, including the problems of administrative dis- cretion, rule-making and adjudication, regulatory agencies, and administrative responsibility in the democratic state.

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PSC 452 Public Personnel Admin3 Credit hours   

Survey of Public Personnel Administration with particular attention to various facets of the merit system concept. Psychological and human relations aspects of the work situation and supervisor-subordinate interaction emphasized.

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PSC 453 Government Budgetary Admin3 Credit hours   

Study of organization, administration, and accountability in the management of public funds, with emphasis on the political decision-making processes of budget formulation, presentation and execution.

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PSC 454 Politics of the Workplace3 Credit hours   

A study of the contributions of the behavioral sciences to the study of organizations with stress on such concepts as leadership, motivation, power conflict, organizational design and decision making.

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PSC 460 Civil Rights & Liberties3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: PSC 104 or PSC 104E.

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PSC 461 Urban Prob & Pub Policy3 Credit hours   

Study of policy problems of metropolitan areas in terms of structures, alternatives, and outcomes.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 466 Appalachian Politics3 Credit hours   

Explores Appalachia as both a geographical region and a political construct, focusing on how politics shapes regional identity and the region's relationship to the United States.

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PSC 478 Politics and Video Games3 Credit hours   

An exploration of the power dynamics and politics at play in video games, the video game industry, and gaming culture.

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PSC 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic which is not ad- equately treated in the regular course offerings.

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PSC 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic which is not ad- equately treated in the regular course offerings.

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PSC 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic which is not ad- equately treated in the regular course offerings.

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PSC 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To offer a course on some special topic which is not ad- equately treated in the regular course offerings.

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PSC 484 Constitutional Law3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the principles of American constitutional law and analysis of constitutional issues, emphasizing leading Supreme Court cases.

Pre-req: PSC 104E or PSC 104.

Attributes: American Institutions
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PSC 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

These numbers are reserved for tutorials, directed and in- dependent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, etc.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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PSC 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

These numbers are reserved for tutorials, directed and in- dependent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, etc.

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PSC 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

These numbers are reserved for tutorials, directed and in- dependent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, etc.

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PSC 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

These numbers are reserved for tutorials, directed and in- dependent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, etc.

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PSC 489 Seminar in Public Service3 Credit hours   
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PSC 490 Public Service Internship6 Credit hours   
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PSC 499 Bison image  Capstone Experience3 Credit hours   

This course is designed as a culminating experience for seniors. Students will engage in a service learning project that combines scholarly interests with real life skills. Course offered only in Fall Semester. This course is designed to integrate political theory with politics by considering the relevance of political phil- osophy to contemporary political questions. Capstone ex- perience must be completed in the senior year.

Pre-req: PSC 211 with a minimum grade of D.

Attributes: Capstone Course
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Sociology

SOC 200 Bison image  Introductory Sociology (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the study of human society. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Attributes: American Institutions, Critical Thinking, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
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SOC 200H Bison image  Intro Sociology Honors (CT)3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the study of human society for the honors student. This course emphasizes critical thinking skills.

Pre-req: Admitted Honors College with a score of 1.

Attributes: American Institutions, Critical Thinking, Honors, Multicultural, Core II Social Sciences
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SOC 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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SOC 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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SOC 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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SOC 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Selected topics not covered in regular course offerings.

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SOC 300 Social Organization3 Credit hours   

Analysis of sociological conceptual systems and theories.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 310 Individual and Society3 Credit hours   

Study of sociological perspectives on social interaction and the relationship between the individual and society.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 311 Deviance and Social Control3 Credit hours   

Study of the basic concepts and theories of deviant behavior and the mechanism of social control.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 313 Contemp Soc Issues and Prob3 Credit hours   

Analysis of current social issues and problems from a variety of sociological perspectives. Issues and problems will vary from semester to semester.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H or SOC 200E.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 330 Soc of Community Health3 Credit hours   

. An investigation of those social institutions and environ- mental, social, and personal factors in the community to maintain health and provide support in illness as related to social theory.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 342 American Society3 Credit hours   

Sociological analysis of the basic and cultural features of contemporary American society.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 344 Social Research I3 Credit hours   

Introduction to systematic social research methodology.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

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SOC 345 Social Statistics I3 Credit hours   

Introudction to statistical analysis of social data.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

Attributes: Statistics
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SOC 360 Sociological Theory3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the dominant theoretical perspectives in sociology examining the assumptions about human nature, society and sociology that constitute each theoretical tradition.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

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SOC 362 Bison image  Health, Culture and Society3 Credit hours   

A cross-cultural, historical, and bio-cultural examination through case-study of social and environmental factors that affect human health and disease.

Pre-req: ANT 201 or ANT 201H or SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

Attributes: Multicultural
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SOC 375 Social Stratification3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the analysis of structured social inequality with emphasis on the dimensions of social class, race and gender.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 401 Bison image  Population & Human Ecology3 Credit hours   

The course focuses on population and its relation to characteristics of environment. Specifically, it is designed to discuss the interaction of population processes and resources.

Attributes: International
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SOC 403 Social Research II3 Credit hours   

Intermediate social research methodology with emphasis on research design.

Pre-req: SOC 344.

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SOC 408 The Family3 Credit hours   

Theoretical analysis of the family as a primary social institution.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 413 Social Movements & Soc Change3 Credit hours   

Analysis of large-scale social change, including intentional social movements and revolutions.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 420 Criminology3 Credit hours   

An overview of sociological criminology, including an examination of explanations of criminal behavior, types of criminal activity, and an analysis of the criminal justice system.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 423 Social Class Power & Conflict3 Credit hours   

Theoretical analysis of economic and political inequality and the role of social conflict in the process of large- scale social organization.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 425 Race and Ethnicity3 Credit hours   

Diverse theoretical approaches to the meaning of race and ethnicity and the character of racial/ethnic relations, with substantive focus primarily on the U.S.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 430 Women in Sports3 Credit hours   

The history of women in sport, gender equity, opportunities for women in intercollegiate and professional sports (such as participant, coach, trainer, journalist, agent, and promoter), and physiological perspectives.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 432 Sociology of Appalachia3 Credit hours   

Study of the economics, politics, and social relations of Appalachia, including contemporary debates.

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SOC 433 Sociology of Work3 Credit hours   

Study of the organization and structure of the work plant as a social system; the meaning and organization of work; mana- gerial functions; management-labor relations; and human re- lations in industry.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 440 Intro to the Soc of Aging3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the social processes and consequences of growing older for both the individual and society.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

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SOC 442 Urban Sociology3 Credit hours   

The sociology of urban and metropolitan communities.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 443 Evaluation and Survey Research3 Credit hours   

Analysis and application of principles/methods of survey design and the theories/methods for assessing the outcomes of applied organizational programs to affect change in people and/or social conditions.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 450 Sociology of Religion3 Credit hours   

Sociological analysis of religion as a social institution.

Attributes: American Institutions
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SOC 451 Science, Knowledge, and Tech3 Credit hours   

Exploration of the effects of social factors on the development and authorization of knowledge claims, especially science and technology. Retirement is examined as a process, an event, and a role. Retirement is analyzed from the point of view of the in- dividual and society.

Pre-req: SOC 200.

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SOC 452 Soc of Death & Dying3 Credit hours   

Study of death and dying as a societal and cultural phe- nomenon. Explores how institutions within our society deal with death.

Pre-req: SOC 200 or SOC 200H.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 455 Sociology of Sex and Gender3 Credit hours   

Analysis of social differentiation and inequality by gender, with a focus on the contemporary U.S.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 460 Holocaust and Genocide3 Credit hours   

An examination of the Holocaust and other genocides from an interdisciplinary social science perspective.

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SOC 465 Environment and Society3 Credit hours   

A critical examination of the link between society and the environment, including ideas about nature, wilderness, and the wild causes of environmental degradation and responses to the environmental issues.

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SOC 466 Bison image  Culture and Environment3 Credit hours   

This course will examine the symbolic and structural dimensions of struggles over defining, organizing, and controlling the natural environment from a biocultural perspective.

Attributes: International
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SOC 468 National Identity3 Credit hours   

Exploration of cultural, political and economic processes that contribute to creation and maintenance of the modern nation state as an imagined community.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 470 Field Exper in Applied SOC3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised fieldwork in public or private agencies affording students an opportunity to apply sociological knowledge and skills in addressing practical problems.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regulary scheduled courses.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study of topics of interest not covered in regularly scheduled courses.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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SOC 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
SOC 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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SOC 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of topics not offered in regularly scheduled courses. Advance permission required.

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SOC 489 Internship1-4 Credit hours   

Supervised practicum founded on sociological knowledge in a host institution. 40-45 hours of internship work correspond with 1 credit hour.

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SOC 492 Senior Seminar I3 Credit hours   

Application of sociological theory and practice to individually designed projects. This course fulfills the capstone requirement for undergraduate majors. (PR: sociology major in senior standing or departmental permission)

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SOC 493 Bison image  Senior Seminar II3 Credit hours   

Application of sociological theory and practice to individually designed projects. Fulfills the capstone requirement for undergraduate majors. (PR: Anthrolpology major in senior standing or departmental permission)

Attributes: Capstone Course
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Women's Studies

WS 101 Intro to Women's Studies3 Credit hours   

Historical and social problems of women. Draws upon literature, history, psychology, sociology and economics to illuminate problems women face today.

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WS 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
WS 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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WS 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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