Jul 24, 2019  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 The department offers selected courses from this catalog as warranted by student needs and availability of faculty. Specific offerings for each term may be found in the Schedule of Classes.
 

 

French Language

   •  FRH 480 - Undergraduate Seminar
   •  FRH 490 - Independent Reading and Research
   •  FRH 491 - Independent Translation Project

Geography

The following courses offered under the geography rubric are available only to students fulfilling requirements for the elementary education teaching minor in social studies.  Students in other programs may register for these courses under the home department rubric as indicated below.

   •  GEO 106 - Earth Science/Physical Geography
   •  GEO 200 - Global Human Systems
   •  GEO 350 - World Regional Geography

German Language

   •  GRM 114 - Introduction to German Language and Culture I
   •  GRM 115 - Introduction to German Language and Culture II
   •  GRM 214 - Second Year German I
   •  GRM 215 - Second Year German II
   •  GRM 290 - Directed Readings in German
   •  GRM 300 - Germany Exchange: Oldenburg I
   •  GRM 314 - Adv GRM Grammar/Texts/Contexts
   •  GRM 316 - German Conversation
   •  GRM 318 - German Composition
   •  GRM 340 - German Culture I
   •  GRM 355 - Translation: German
   •  GRM 369 - Field Experience in Teaching German in Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  GRM 371 - Introduction to the Study of German Literature
   •  GRM 381 - Great Works in German Literature
   •  GRM 390 - Directed Readings in German
   •  GRM 400 - Germany Exchange: Oldenburg II
   •  GRM 408 - Advanced German Conversation
   •  GRM 413 - German Literature from the Middle Ages through the Seventeenth Century
   •  GRM 418 - German Literature - Eighteenth Century
   •  GRM 419 - German Literature - Nineteenth Century
   •  GRM 420 - German Literature - Twentieth Century
   •  GRM 440 - German Culture II
   •  GRM 455 - Translation Into German
   •  GRM 457 - Business German
   •  GRM 480 - Undergraduate Seminar
   •  GRM 490 - Independent Reading and Research
   •  GRM 491 - Independent Translation Project

Graphic Design

   •  DES 130 - Foundations of Graphic Design
   •  DES 230 - Graphic Design I
   •  DES 330 - Web Design I
   •  DES 335 - Typography
   •  DES 350 - Graphic Design II
   •  DES 355 - Web Design II
   •  DES 360 - Motion Graphics
   •  DES 390 - Special Topics in Graphic Design
   •  DES 399 - Internship in Design
   •  DES 480 - Graphic Design III
   •  DES 491 - Senior Thesis in Graphic Design

Health Science

   •  HS 101 - Careers in Health
   •  HS 201 - Health in Personal and Occupational Environments
   •  HS 301 - Human Nutrition and Health
   •  HS 302 - Community and Public Health
   •  HS 311 - Contemporary Topics in Nutrition
   •  HS 331 - Pharmacology
   •  HS 359 - Public Policy and Health Care
   •  HS 401 - Human Pathology
   •  HS 402 - Field Experience in Integrative Studies
   •  HS 405 - Special Topics
   •  HS 406 - The Brain and Disease
   •  HS 441 - Integrative Holistic Medicine Principles and Practice
   •  HS 450 - Law, Values and Health Care
   •  HS 451 - Mind-Body Medicine
   •  HS 490 - Directed Study

Hebrew Language

   •  HBR 114 - Introduction to Hebrew Language and Culture I
   •  HBR 115 - Introduction to Hebrew Language and Culture II
   •  HBR 214 - Second Year Hebrew I
   •  HBR 215 - Second Year Hebrew II

History

The department offers selected courses from this catalog as warranted by student needs and availability of faculty. Specific offerings for each term may be found in the Schedule of Classes.

Course prerequisites

Introductory and survey courses (HST 101-299) have no prerequisites. More advanced courses (HST 300-399) have a general prerequisite of writing proficiency (e.g., WRT 160) plus any special requirements listed within the course descriptions. The most advanced research courses at the undergraduate level (HST 400-499) have a general requirement of 20 credits in history plus any special requirements listed within the course descriptions.

   •  HST 101 - Introduction to European History Before 1715
   •  HST 102 - Introduction to European History Since 1715
   •  HST 114 - Introduction to American History Before 1877
   •  HST 115 - Introduction to American History Since 1877
   •  HST 201 - The History of Michigan
   •  HST 210 - Science and Technology in Western Culture
   •  HST 229 - Piracy in the Atlantic World, 1500-1831
   •  HST 261 - Introduction to Latin American History I
   •  HST 262 - Introduction to Latin American History II
   •  HST 275 - Introduction to Middle East History
   •  HST 292 - History of the African-American People
   •  HST 298 - Study Abroad
   •  HST 300 - Seminar in Historical Research
   •  HST 301 - History of American Cities
   •  HST 302 - American Labor History
   •  HST 303 - History of Religions in the U.S.
   •  HST 304 - History of the American Industrial Economy and Society
   •  HST 305 - History of American Mass Media
   •  HST 306 - History of the North American Colonies
   •  HST 307 - North American Borderlands
   •  HST 308 - The American Revolution
   •  HST 309 - The U.S. Early National Period, 1787-1815
   •  HST 310 - Jacksonian America
   •  HST 311 - The Development of Political Practices in Early America
   •  HST 312 - The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1876
   •  HST 313 - American History, 1876-1900
   •  HST 314 - American History 1900-1928
   •  HST 315 - American History 1928-1945
   •  HST 316 - U.S. Cultural History to 1865
   •  HST 317 - U.S. Cultural History Since 1865
   •  HST 318 - The Civil Rights Movement in America
   •  HST 319 - History of the American South
   •  HST 320 - Cold War America, 1945-1990
   •  HST 321 - History of American Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century
   •  HST 322 - Women in Modern America
   •  HST 323 - Topics in African American History
   •  HST 325 - Medieval Europe
 

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