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  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
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  

 

Elementary Education

   •  EED 4230 - Teaching Mathematics at the Elementary-Middle Levels
   •  EED 4240 - Foreign Language Teaching Methods in Elementary and Middle School
   •  EED 4260 - Teaching Science at the Elementary-Middle Levels
   •  EED 4270 - Teaching Social Studies at the Elementary-Middle Levels
   •  EED 4910 - International Experiences in a Foreign Country
   •  EED 4950 - Internship in Elementary Education
   •  EED 4996 - Independent Study
   •  PED 3081 - Beginning Aquatics
   •  PED 3082 - Beginning Combatives
   •  PED 3083 - Beginning Dance
   •  PED 3084 - Beginning Individual and Dual Sports
   •  PED 3085 - Beginning Racquet Sports
   •  PED 3086 - Beginning Team Sports
   •  SST 3070 - Social Studies for Elementary and Middle School Teachers
   •  SST 4996 - Independent Study in Social Studies Education

Engineering

   •  EGR 1200 - Engineering Graphics and CAD
   •  EGR 1400 - Computer Problem Solving in Engineering and Computer Science
   •  EGR 2400 - Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
   •  EGR 2500 - Introduction to Thermal Engineering
   •  EGR 2600 - Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engineering
   •  EGR 2800 - Design and Analysis of Electromechanical Systems
   •  EGR 2905 - Special Topics
   •  EGR 4010 - Professional Engineering
   •  EGR 4910 - International Engineering and Computer Science
   •  EGR 4970 - Engineering Seminar
   •  EGR 4999 - Capstone Design

Engineering Biology

   •  EGB 3899 - Introduction to Engineering Biology
   •  EGB 4995 - Research Project/Capstone Design

English

   •  ENG 1300 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  ENG 1500 - Literature of Ethnic America
   •  ENG 1700 - Modern Literature
   •  ENG 1800 - Masterpieces of World Literature
   •  ENG 2100 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENG 2110 - Fundamentals of Grammar
   •  ENG 2300 - British Literature
   •  ENG 2500 - American Literature
   •  ENG 2600 - Modes of Self-Narrative
   •  ENG 2610 - Film and Formal Analysis
   •  ENG 2800 - Masterpieces of World Cinema
   •  ENG 2900 - Topics in Literature and Language
   •  ENG 3100 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 3110 - Advanced Critical Writing
   •  ENG 3200 - British Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 3210 - British Literature of the Renaissance
   •  ENG 3220 - British Literature of the Restoration and 18th Century
   •  ENG 3230 - British Literature of the Romantic Period
   •  ENG 3240 - British Literature from the Victorian Period to the Early 20th Century
   •  ENG 3250 - British and Commonwealth Literature since 1900
   •  ENG 3300 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 3310 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 3320 - Milton
   •  ENG 3330 - The English Novel
   •  ENG 3400 - Early American Literature
   •  ENG 3410 - American Literature 1820-1865
   •  ENG 3420 - American Literature 1865-1920
   •  ENG 3430 - American Literature 1920-1950
   •  ENG 3440 - American Literature 1950 to the Present
   •  ENG 3500 - Issues in American Literature
   •  ENG 3510 - Selected Ethnic Literature
   •  ENG 3520 - African American Literature
   •  ENG 3600 - Fiction
   •  ENG 3610 - Poetry
   •  ENG 3620 - Drama
   •  ENG 3630 - Studies in Literary Mode
   •  ENG 3640 - Biography
   •  ENG 3650 - The Bible as Literature
   •  ENG 3660 - Classical Mythology
   •  ENG 3665 - Myth in Literature
   •  ENG 3675 - Adaptation: Fiction, Drama, Film
   •  ENG 3680 - Literary Theory, Early 20th Century to the Present
   •  ENG 3685 - Cultural Studies
   •  ENG 3700 - Modern Fiction
   •  ENG 3705 - Contemporary Fiction
   •  ENG 3710 - Modern Poetry
   •  ENG 3715 - Contemporary Poetry
   •  ENG 3720 - Modern Drama
   •  ENG 3800 - Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENG 3810 - Irish Literature
   •  ENG 3900 - Special Topics in Literature and Language
   •  ENG 3901 - Studies in Literary Nonfiction
   •  ENG 3905 - Topics in Film
   •  ENG 4000 - Approaches to Teaching Literature and Composition
   •  ENG 4900 - Advanced Topics in Literature and Language
   •  ENG 4950 - Internship
   •  ENG 4970 - Studies in Literary Kinds
   •  ENG 4975 - Trans-Atlantic Traditions
   •  ENG 4980 - Studies in Major Authors
   •  ENG 4985 - Shakespeare Seminar
   •  ENG 4996 - Independent Study

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL 0117 - Level 1 Listening and Speaking
   •  ESL 0118 - Level 1 Reading and Vocabulary Development
   •  ESL 0119 - Level 1 Writing and Sentence Structure for Academic Purposes
   •  ESL 0227 - Level 2 - Listening and Speaking
   •  ESL 0228 - Level 2 - Reading and Vocabulary Development
   •  ESL 0229 - Level 2 - Writing and Technology
   •  ESL 0337 - Level 3 - Conversation Skills
   •  ESL 0338 - Level 3 - Reading and Vocabulary Development
   •  ESL 0339 - Level 3 - Writing Fluency
   •  ESL 0447 - Level 4 - Intro to American Culture and Customs
   •  ESL 0448 - Level 4- Reading and Vocabulary
 

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