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  Jan 20, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate 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.
 

Follow this link for the General Education Requirements  

 

Exercise Science

   •  EXS 4310 - Environment and Human Performance
   •  EXS 4320 - Prevention of Injury and Sudden Death in Sport and Physical Activity
   •  EXS 4400 - Obesity and Physical Activity
   •  EXS 4500 - Healthy Lifestyle Choices
   •  EXS 4600 - Health and Disease
   •  EXS 4620 - Clinical Biomechanics
   •  EXS 4630 - Basic Athletic Training
   •  EXS 4640 - Exercise Electrocardiography
   •  EXS 4700 - Corporate and Worksite Wellness Programs
   •  EXS 4800 - Exercise Endocrinology
   •  EXS 4810 - Physical Activity Epidemiology
   •  EXS 4900 - Special Topics
   •  EXS 4960 - Practicum in Exercise Science
   •  EXS 4995 - Directed Study and Research

Finance

   •  FIN 3000 - Survey of Finance
   •  FIN 3220 - Managerial Finance I
   •  FIN 3550 - Finance for Actuarial Science
   •  FIN 3600 - Investment Analysis
   •  FIN 3680 - Financial Modeling
   •  FIN 3720 - Managerial Finance II
   •  FIN 3990 - Achieve III - Finance
   •  FIN 4180 - Financial Institutions and Capital Markets
   •  FIN 4190 - International Financial Management
   •  FIN 4200 - Real Estate Investment Analysis
   •  FIN 4250 - Financial Derivatives
   •  FIN 4300 - Mergers and Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring
   •  FIN 4600 - Investment Portfolio Management
   •  FIN 4900 - Special Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 4996 - Independent Study

Foundations of Education

   •  FE 3010 - Educational Psychology for K-12 Educators

French Language

   •  FRH 1140 - Introduction to French Language and Culture I
   •  FRH 1150 - Introduction to French Language and Culture II
   •  FRH 1190 - Accelerated Review of Elementary French and French Culture
   •  FRH 2140 - Second Year French I
   •  FRH 2150 - Second Year French II
   •  FRH 2160 - Basic French Conversation
   •  FRH 3120 - French Phonetics and Listening Comprehension
   •  FRH 3140 - French Grammar Review
   •  FRH 3160 - French Conversation
   •  FRH 3180 - French Composition
   •  FRH 3510 - French Civilization
   •  FRH 3550 - Translation into English
   •  FRH 3570 - French Business Communication
   •  FRH 3700 - Introduction to French Literature
   •  FRH 3800 - Survey of French Literature
   •  FRH 3920 - Directed Readings in French
   •  FRH 4080 - Advanced French Conversation
   •  FRH 4160 - French Literature from the Middle Ages through the Sixteenth Century
   •  FRH 4170 - French Literature - Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
   •  FRH 4190 - French Literature - Nineteenth Century
   •  FRH 4200 - French Literature - Twentieth Century
   •  FRH 4550 - Translation into French
   •  FRH 4800 - Independent Translation Project
   •  FRH 4970 - Undergraduate Seminar
   •  FRH 4995 - Independent Reading and Research

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 1060 - Earth Science/Physical Geography
   •  GEO 2000 - Global Human Systems
   •  GEO 3000 - World Regional Geography

German Language

   •  GRM 1140 - Introduction to German Language and Culture I
   •  GRM 1150 - Introduction to German Language and Culture II
   •  GRM 2140 - Second Year German I
   •  GRM 2150 - Second Year German II
   •  GRM 2920 - Directed Readings in German
   •  GRM 3000 - Germany Exchange: Oldenburg I
   •  GRM 3010 - Intermediate German
   •  GRM 3140 - Adv GRM Grammar/Texts/Contexts
   •  GRM 3160 - German Conversation
   •  GRM 3180 - German Composition
   •  GRM 3400 - German Culture I
   •  GRM 3550 - Translation: German
   •  GRM 3710 - Introduction to the Study of German Literature
   •  GRM 3810 - Great Works in German Literature
   •  GRM 3920 - Directed Readings in German
   •  GRM 3930 - Field Experience in Teaching German in Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  GRM 4000 - Germany Exchange: Oldenburg II
   •  GRM 4080 - Advanced German Conversation
   •  GRM 4130 - German Literature from the Middle Ages through the Seventeenth Century
   •  GRM 4180 - German Literature - Eighteenth Century
   •  GRM 4190 - German Literature - Nineteenth Century
   •  GRM 4200 - German Literature - Twentieth Century
   •  GRM 4400 - German Culture II
   •  GRM 4550 - Translation into German
   •  GRM 4570 - Business German
   •  GRM 4800 - Independent Translation Project
   •  GRM 4970 - Undergraduate Seminar
   •  GRM 4995 - Independent Reading and Research

Graphic Design

   •  DES 1130 - Foundations of Graphic Design
   •  DES 2230 - Graphic Design I
   •  DES 3330 - Graphic Design II
   •  DES 3340 - Web Design I
   •  DES 3345 - Web Design II
   •  DES 3350 - Typography
   •  DES 3360 - Motion Graphics
   •  DES 3370 - Digital Illustration in Graphic Design
   •  DES 3380 - Community Design
   •  DES 3390 - Package Design
   •  DES 3900 - Special Topics in Graphic Design
   •  DES 3950 - Internship in Design
   •  DES 4430 - Graphic Design III
   •  DES 4999 - Senior Thesis in Graphic Design
 

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