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College of Arts and Sciences

Summer Sessions 2017

Course Listing Overview

Note on Course Listings
Course numbers 100 – 299 denote lower division, undergraduate level; 300 – 499 denote upper division, undergraduate level; 500 and above denote graduate level.

Please click on the department name for course details and descriptions.

For Graduate Level courses, please contact your Program Director or do a course search

ART HISTORY
ARTH 101       Introduction to the History of Art (3)

ART VISUAL
ARTV 353       Color Photography (3)

BIOLOGY
BIOL 101        Survey of Biology (3)
BIOL 111        Survey of Biology w/Lab (3)
BIOL 115-01   Physiology of Exercise w/Lab (4)
BIOL 115-02   Physiology of Exercise w/Lab (4)
BIOL 115-03   Physiology of Exercise w/Lab (4)
BIOL 115-04   Physiology of Exercise w/Lab (4)

CHEMISTRY
CHEM 151    General Chemistry (3)
CHEM 151L   General Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
CHEM 152     General Chemistry II (3)
CHEM 152L   General Chemistry II Laboratory (3)

COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 203      Public Speaking (3)
COMM 298      Field Experience (0.5)
COMM 330W   Media Processes and Effects (3)
COMM 455      Interviewing and Negotiating: Principles and Practices (3)
COMM 498      Communication Studies Internship (3)

ENGLISH
ENGL 121       Composition and Literature (3)
ENGL 223       Short Forms (3)
ENGL 224       Contemporary Graphic Novels (3)
ENGL 228       World Cinema (3)
ENGL 304W    Advanced Composition (3)
ENGL 357W    Modern U.S. Autobiography (3)

ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCEAN SCIENCES
EOSC 104-01   Natural Disasters (3)
EOSC 104L-01 Natural Disasters Lab (1)
EOSC 104-02   Natural Disasters (3)
EOSC 104L-02 Natural Disasters Lab (1)
EOSC 121        Life in the Ocean (4)

HISTORY
HIST 358/559  Middle East and Terrorism (3)
HIST 384         History of Mexico (3)

LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
SPAN 101        First Semester Spanish (3)
SPAN 102        Second Semester Spanish (3)
SPAN 201-01   Third Semester Spanish (3)
SPAN 201-02   Third Semester Spanish (3)
SPAN 201-03   Third Semester Spanish (3)

LIBRARY SCIENCE
LIBR 103        Information Literacy and Research Strategies (3)

MATHEMATICS
MATH 112      Investigations in Modern Math (3)
MATH 130      Survey of Calculus (3)

MUSIC
MUSC 101D    American Music (3)  
MUSC 130      Music in Society (3)

PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 101        Introduction to Logic (3)
PHIL 110        Introduction to Philosophy (3)
PHIL 111        Philosophy of Human Nature (3)
PHIL 330-01   Ethics (3)
PHIL 330-02   Ethics (3)
PHIL 331        Biomedical Ethics (3)
PHIL 338        Environmental Ethics (3)
PHIL 340        Ethics of War and Peace (3)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLS 320        War Powers & the Constitutional System (3)
POLS 379/579 International Political Boundaries and Border Policies (3)
POLS 435        Washington, D.C.: Directed Study in Political Science (3)
POLS 436        Washington, D.C.: Internship in Political Science (6)
POLS 437        Washington, D.C.: Class in Political Science (3)
POLS 485        Washington, D.C.: Directed Study in International Relations (3)
POLS 486        Washington, D.C.: Internship in International Relations (3) 
POLS 487        Washington, D.C.: Class in International Relations (3)
POLS 494-01   Latin American Politics and Film (3)
POLS 594-01   Conflict, Counterterrorism and Peace Buidling (3)
POLS 594-03   Geographic Information Systems Analysis (3)

PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC 328         Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination (3)
PSYC 377         Theories of Personality (3)
PSYC 497-01    Applied Experience in Psychology (1)
PSYC 497-02    Applied Experience in Psychology (2)
PYSC 498         Internship in Psychology (3)

SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 313D        Sexualities (3)
SOCI 343          Corrections (3)

THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
THRS 112-01    Introduction to World Religions (3)
THRS 112-02    Introduction to World Religions (3)
THRS 119         Christianity and Its Practice (3)
THRS 321         Afro-Latin Religions (3)
THRS 366-01    The Problem of God (3)
THRS 366-02    The Problem of God (3)
THRS 367         Feminist Theology (3)
THRS 386         Johannine Theology (3)

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