2013-2014 University Catalog 
    
    Apr 25, 2018  
2013-2014 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Arts Management

   •  AMG 102 - Introduction to Arts Management, 3 credit hours
   •  AMG 270 - On-campus Internship, 1-2 credit hours
   •  AMG 301 - Public Relations, Marketing & Fundraising for the Arts Organization, 3 credit hours
   •  AMG 401 - Senior Experience, 1 credit hour
   •  AMG 470 - Internship, credit to be arranged

Arabic

   •  ARA 050 - Independent Study, 1-4 credit hours
   •  ARA 101 - Elementary Arabic I, 4 credit hours
   •  ARA 102 - Elementary Arabic II, 4 credit hours
   •  ARA 201 - Intermediate Arabic I, 4 credit hours
   •  ARA 202 - Intermediate Arabic II, 4 credit hours

Art

   •  ART 050 - Independent Study, 1-4 credit hours
   •  ART 070 - Internship, 1-12 credit hours
   •  ART 102IF - Art Appreciation, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 103FD - Art of Our Time, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 110F - Drawing I, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 111F - Drawing II, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 115F - Two Dimensional Design, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 116F - Three Dimensional Design, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 117F - Color Theory, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 212 - Drawing III, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 213F - Introduction to Painting, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 214F - Intermediate Painting, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 216F - Introduction to Ceramics, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 217F - Intermediate Ceramics, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 220F - Digital Photography, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 222F - Introduction to Photography, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 225F - Introduction to Photoshop, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 226F - Three-dimensional Computer Imaging- Maya, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 230F - Introduction To Jewelry And Metal Design, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 231IF - Western Art I, 4 credit hours
   •  ART 232IF - Western Art II, 4 credit hours
   •  ART 234F - Survey of American Painting and Sculpture, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 235IF - Topics in Non-western Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 236IEF - European Museums and Architecture, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 246F - Introduction to Sculpture, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 248F - Introduction to Printmaking, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 259 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  ART 263 - Seminar in Art History, 1-3 credit hours
   •  ART 263F - Seminar, 1-3 credit hours
   •  ART 315 - Advanced Painting, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 318 - Advanced Ceramics, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 319 - Special Topics in Ceramics, 1-2 credit hours
   •  ART 323 - Advanced Digital Photography, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 328 - Materials and Techniques, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 330 - Advanced Jewelry and Metal Design, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 331IF - Northern Medieval Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 332IF - Southern Medieval Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 333IF - Northern Renaissance Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 334IF - Southern Renaissance Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 335F - American Architecture and Urban Planning, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 340 - Graphic Design I, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 347 - Advanced Sculpture, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 349 - Advanced Printmaking, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 359 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  ART 363 - Junior Seminar- Portfolio Review & Critique, 0 credit hours
   •  ART 431IF - Nineteenth Century Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 432IF - Twentieth Century Art, 3 credit hours
   •  ART 440 - Graphic Design II, 2 credit hours
   •  ART 459 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  ART 463 - Senior Seminar- Senior Art Exhibit, .5-1 credit hour
   •  ART 491 - Departmental Thesis/project, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  ART 492 - Departmental Thesis/project, Credit hours to be arranged

Asian Studies

   •  ASN 100I - Understanding Asia, 3 credit hours

Astronomy

   •  AST 050 - Independent Study, 1-3 credit hours
   •  AST 070 - Internship, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  AST 111 - Astronomy of the Stars, 3 credit hours
   •  AST 121 - Astronomy of the Solar System, 3 credit hours
   •  AST 131L - Exploratory Astronomy, 4 credit hours
   •  AST 170L - Observational Astronomy Lab, 1 credit hour
   •  AST 200 - Science, 1-4 credit hours
   •  AST 259 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  AST 359 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  AST 459 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  AST 491 - Departmental Thesis/project, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  AST 492 - Departmental Thesis/project, Credit hours to be arranged

Biology

   •  BIO 050 - Independent Study, 1-4 credit hours
   •  BIO 070 - Internship, 1-12 credit hours
   •  BIO 101 - Human Biology, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 110L - Biology for the Citizen, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 111L - Field Biology, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 121L - Principles Of Biology I, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 122L - Principles Of Biology II, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 150I - Humans & The Earth: Can We Coexist?, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 163 - Freshman Biology Seminar, .5 credit hour
   •  BIO 180L - Introduction to Biotechnology, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 200 - Science, 2-4 credit hours
   •  BIO 203L - Human Anatomy and Physiology I, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 204L - Human Anatomy and Physiology II, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 210IEL - Tropical Ecology, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 211 - Genetics, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 212 - Microbiology, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 221 - General Zoology, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 222 - General Botany, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 250 - Principles of Neuroscience, 3 credit hours
   •  BIO 259 - Faculty-student Collaboration, Credit hours to be arranged
   •  BIO 263 - Sophomore Biology Seminar, 1 credit hour
   •  BIO 303 - Physiological Psychology, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 308 - Evolution of Animal Behavior, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 309 - Vertebrate Natural History, 4 credit hours
   •  BIO 310 - Evolution, 4 credit hours
 

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