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AG_ED_LD 4993 Internship in Agricultural Education and Leadership (8-week self-paced)

Self-paced
Description: Field-based learning experience that combines study, observation, and employment with an agricultural business, industry or government agency in the area of education, training, and development. Individual internship plans are developed by a student, faculty, supervisor, and an industry cooperator.
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| Undergraduate
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SOCIOL 3310W Social Psychology (Writing Intensive 8-week self-paced)

Self-paced Writing Intensive
Description: Survey of theories and research concerned with the ways in which individuals construct social situations and are affected by them. Topics covered include self-identities, social influence, personal relationships, prejudice, and discrimination.
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| Undergraduate
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SOCIOL 3420 The Family (8-week self-paced)

Self-paced
Description: Families, kin and households as interacting groups; roles, socialization, problems, structural change; family in relation to other social institutions; historical, cultural and class variations.
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| Undergraduate
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ACCTCY 2027 Accounting II

Self-paced
Description: This course covers the fundamentals of managerial accounting and additional topics in financial accounting.
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| Undergraduate

ANTHRO 2030 Cultural Anthropology

Self-paced
Description: Analysis of human cultures with emphasis on both constant and variable factors at different levels of social complexity; contact between cultures, and cultural influences on individual behavior.
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| Undergraduate

ASTRON 1010 Introduction to Astronomy

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Description: Survey of methods of astronomy; description of the solar system, stellar astronomy, structure of the galaxy and the universe. Three hours of lecture and one hour of lab per week (scheduled by the instructor). Satisfies physical science laboratory requirement. Laboratory section: Survey of astronomical methods, instruments, observations and measurement techniques.
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| Undergraduate

ATM_SC 1050 Introductory Meteorology

Self-paced
Description: Physical processes of atmosphere in relation to day-to-day changes in weather.
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| Undergraduate

BL_STU 1800 History of Modern Africa

Self-paced
Description: This course introduces students to the recent history of Africa. It provides them with an opportunity to understand the main challenges Africans faced since colonial times based on primary and secondary sources. Prerequisites: sophomore standing or instructor's consent.
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| Undergraduate

BUS_AD 4500 Professional Development Program - Internship

Self-paced
Description: This course is designed to help students practice professional core competencies in the workplace. Students will secure a professional-level work experience and apply classroom knowledge and interpersonal skills. This course is a graduation requirement for students seeking the BSBA degree. Students must be admitted to the upper level of the Trulaske College of Business before enrolling in this course. See the Professional Development Program FAQ for details.
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| Undergraduate

CL_HUM 3250 Greek and Roman Epic

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Description: A study of the major representatives of the ancient epic genre. Readings will include Homer’s "Iliad" and "Odyssey," Apollonius’s "Argonautica," Vergil’s "Aeneid."
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| Undergraduate

CL_HUM 3775 The Ancient World on Film

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Description: This course explores how classical antiquity has been represented in twentieth and twenty-first-century film, with particular emphasis on the ways in which ancient narratives and iconography have been appropriated by filmmakers to address contemporary cultural issues.
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| Undergraduate

CL_HUM 3775W The Ancient World on Film (Writing Intensive)

Self-paced Writing Intensive
Description: This course explores how classical antiquity has been represented in twentieth and twenty-first-century film, with particular emphasis on the ways in which ancient narratives and iconography have been appropriated by filmmakers to address contemporary cultural issues.
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| Undergraduate

ESC_PS 4170 Introduction to Applied Statistics

Self-paced Satisfies Math Reasoning Requirement
Description: This course introduces statistical techniques employed in education, including descriptive statistics, correlation, simple regression and hypothesis testing.
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| Undergraduate

ESC_PS 4200 Positive Psychology

Self-paced
Description: Using self-actualization and self-determination theory, the course builds on identifying personal strengths in people. An emphasis is placed on developing interventions that promote positive thinking.
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| Undergraduate

ESC_PS 7170 Introduction to Applied Statistics

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Description: Introduces statistical techniques including descriptive statistics, correlation, simple regression and hypothesis testing.
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| Graduate

ESC_PS 7200 Positive Psychology

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Description: Positive psychology explores what is positive, creative, and fulfilling in human behavior. It is the scientific study of well-being and flourishing: what people do right. This course will examine cornerstones and key concepts such as emotions, engagement, relationships, strengths, virtues, meaning, and purpose. Proven as a very effective application in the realms of organizations, governments, businesses, education, counseling, etc., it is best originally understood by applying it to oneself.
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| Graduate

ENGLSH 1000 Exposition and Argumentation

Self-paced
Description: Stresses writing as a process, with due attention given to critical reading and thinking skills applicable to all college classes, as well as to invention, drafting, revising, and rewriting. English 1000 is a prerequisite for any Writing Intensive course.
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| Undergraduate

ENGLSH 1160 Themes in Literature (Pop Culture Film: Ethnic Identity, American Masculinity, and the "Eastern Western")

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Description: This course examines the engagement with racial difference in popular films. It traces a history of filmic connections between eastern and western models of masculinity by examining recent Hollywood action films alongside more subtle contemplations of Asian-American identities, as well as western movies that were produced as direct imitations of Japanese forerunners.
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| Undergraduate

ENGLSH 1310 Introduction to American Literature

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Description: A basic introduction to the concepts, terms, and practices commonly encountered in literary study, presented by way of texts from the history of American literature that appropriately demonstrate such concepts, terms, and practices. This course is recommended for prospective English majors. Graded on A/F basis only.
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ENGLSH 1510 Creative Writing: Introduction to Fiction

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Description: Introduces basic narrative techniques, including writing original stories.
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ENGLSH 2150 Popular Literature (Tolkien)

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Description: This course studies the literary genre of fantasy, with specific emphasis on J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, his major accounts of the mythical land of Middle-earth.
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ENGLSH 3200 Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1784

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Description: Historical survey from beginnings of British literature through the age of Johnson, with readings representing significant writers, works, and currents of thought.
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ENGLSH 3210 Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the Present

Self-paced
Description: Historical survey of British literature from the Romantic period to the present, emphasizing important writers and significant intellectual and cultural movements.
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ENGLSH 3310 Survey of American Literature, 1865-Present

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Description: A survey of major writers and movements in American literature from realism to postmodernism.
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ENGLSH 4600 Structure of American English

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to English linguistics. Study of the grammar and pronunciation of contemporary English, with the major focus on syntax.
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ENGLSH 4610 History of the English Language

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Description: Historical changes in the grammar and pronunciation of the English language from Old English to the present. Introduction to Indo-European origins of English.
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| Undergraduate

FILM_S 1000 Introduction to Film Studies for Non-Majors

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to terms and concepts for film analysis, including mise-en- scène, cinematography, editing, sound narrative, genre, and other elements.
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| Undergraduate

FILM_S 2020 World Cinema for Non-Majors

Self-paced
Description: This course is a historical overview of the major trends in international cinema. It focuses on the intersection of aesthetics, industry, and ideological and social concerns in cinematic production.
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| Undergraduate

FRENCH 2100 Elementary French 3

Self-paced
Description: A multi-skill course following French 1200, centering on cultural/literary reading and including a grammar review, practice of the spoken language, as well as some practice in written expression.
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| Undergraduate

FRENCH 2310 French Civilization

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Description: This course surveys French civilization and culture from the Middle Ages to the present. Since it is impossible to cover every development in French history, politics, art and everyday life over this time period, particular emphasis is placed on the modern era, e.g., from the French Revolution onwards. Students will be introduced to the major currents in French history and thought in the period as well as to the ever-changing cultural and political definitions of what it means to be French. Meets Humanities Requirement for Gen Ed
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FRENCH 2320 French Literature and Thought in English Translation 1

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Description: This course examines how the masterworks of French literature, from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century, have influenced Western literary, cultural and philosophical traditions.
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FRENCH 2330 French Literature in Translation 2

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Description: This course examines how the masterworks of French literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have influenced Western literary, cultural and philosophical traditions.
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G_STDY 4940 Internship in General Studies (3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Internship limited to students pursuing the Bachelor of General Studies degree. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

G_STDY 4940 Internship in General Studies (6 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Internship limited to students pursuing the Bachelor of General Studies degree. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

GEOL 1100 Principles of Geology with Laboratory

Self-paced
Description: Earth processes and products and their impact on human needs and the environment.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 1100 Elementary German 1

Self-paced
Description: For beginners with no prior knowledge of German. This course helps learners develop the skills they need to use German as a means of communication in their personal and professional life. It covers a wide variety of vocabulary pertaining to everyday life; emphasis is on all types of communication--oral and listening skills, reading and writing.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 1200 Elementary German 2

Self-paced
Description: A continuation of German 1100. This course helps learners develop the skills they need to use German as a means of communication in their personal and professional life. It covers a wide variety of vocabulary pertaining to everyday life; emphasis is on all types of communication—oral and listening skills, reading a writing.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 2310 German Civilization: Beginning to 1850

Self-paced
Description: Major historical, social, artistic, literary themes from beginnings to end of Revolution of 1848. Films and recordings. May be taken independently of German 2320. No foreign language credit.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 2320 German Civilization: 1850 to Present

Self-paced
Description: Second Empire, Weimar Republic, Nazi era, two Germanies after 1949. Historical, social, artistic, literary themes. Films and recordings. May be taken independently of German 2310. No foreign language credit. Prerequisites: some sections may enforce prerequisite of ENGLSH 1000
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 2320W German Civilization: 1850 to Present (Writing Intensive)

Self-paced Writing Intensive
Description: Second Empire, Weimar Republic, Nazi era, two Germanies after 1949. Historical, social, artistic, literary themes. Films and recordings. May be taken independently of German 2310. No foreign language credit. Prerequisites: some sections may enforce prerequisite of ENGLSH 1000.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 3520W Folk and Fairytales in a Global Context (Writing Intensive)

Self-paced Writing Intensive
Description: Analyzes the most famous European collection of fairy tales, namely the Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Children's and Household Tales) by the Brothers Grimm and juxtaposes them to folktales from other cultures. Looks at the genre of fairy tales, studies the historical context of the genesis of the collection of tales, modern versions of the tales. Compares and contrasts Grimm’s fairy tales with folk tales of different cultural traditions, analyzes and identifies the formal structure of fairy tales and motifs, discusses various interpretive models/perspectives and juxtaposes several historical and contemporary literary fairy tales and fairy tale adaptations. Cultural unit examples will be on Mongolian culture and history and the Maori culture of New Zealand. Students are expected to create their own cultural unit based on the courses' units. Course is taught in English.
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| Undergraduate

GERMAN 3550 Resistance is Futile: The Advance of the Cyborg

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Description: Contemporary culture is haunted by the image of artificial killing machine as metaphor for technology run rampant. Fears may be prompted by feelings of alienation in automated society and underlying suspicion that humans may be nothing more than sophisticated machines. Course maps history of I'homme machine, focusing on fictional representation of creatures that consist of both human and technological "parts." Goal is to discern source of fascination and sociopolitical mechanism behind evocation of "human machine." The course is in English and has films as required viewing, as well as reading assignments.
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| Undergraduate

HLTH_SCI 4975 Internship in Health Sciences (1 hour)

Self-paced
Description: HLTH_SCI 4975: Internship in Health Sciences (1-6). Focuses on knowledge, skills and attitudes that enhance personal effectiveness and professional success. Opportunities to research selected career paths and related topics in health sciences and participate in directed service learning projects or internships in selected emphasis area.
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| Undergraduate

HLTH_SCI 4975 Internship in Health Sciences (3 hours)

Self-paced
Description: HLTH_SCI 4975: Internship in Health Sciences (1-6). Focuses on knowledge, skills and attitudes that enhance personal effectiveness and professional success. Opportunities to research selected career paths and related topics in health sciences and participate in directed service learning projects or internships in selected emphasis area.
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| Undergraduate

HLTH_SCI 4975 Internship in Health Sciences (6 hours)

Self-paced
Description: HLTH_SCI 4975: Internship in Health Sciences (1-6). Focuses on knowledge, skills and attitudes that enhance personal effectiveness and professional success. Opportunities to research selected career paths and related topics in health sciences and participate in directed service learning projects or internships in selected emphasis area.
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| Undergraduate

HIST 1100 Survey of American History to 1865

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to U.S. history through the Civil War, surveying political, economic, social, and cultural development of the American people.
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| Undergraduate

HIST 1200 Survey of American History Since 1865

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to U.S. history since 1865, surveying political, economic, social, and cultural development of the American people.
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| Undergraduate

HIST 1800 History of Modern Africa

Self-paced
Description: This course introduces students to the recent history of Africa. It provides them with an opportunity to understand the main challenges Africans faced since colonial times based on primary and secondary sources.
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HIST 4004 Topics in History--Social Science (Alexander the Great)

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Description: After Jesus Christ, Alexander is arguably the best known figure from antiquity, but what did he do to be called "great"? What were his achievements and his legacy, what were his failings, how different was Alexander the general from Alexander the king, and why does he continue to play a prominent role in history as well as in literary and movie imagination? This course examines Alexander's reign (336-323 BC) and his military genius while on campaign in Asia and what the Greeks called "India" (modern Pakistan) chronologically. Various controversies that arise from this period, when Macedonia was the superpower of the ancient world, will then be considered thematically, including Alexander's pretensions to personal divinity, the "unity of mankind," the influence of his father Philip II, and (controversially) why he should not be called "great," in an effort to answer the above questions.
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| Undergraduate

HSP_MGMT 4993 Internship in Hospitality Management (Summer semester, 3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Combines study, observation and employment in an area of hospitality. Written reports, faculty evaluation.
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| Undergraduate

INTDSC 4940 Internship in Interdisciplinary Studies (3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Internship limited to student pursuing the BA in Interdisciplinary Studies degree. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

INTDSC 4940 Internship in Interdisciplinary Studies (6 credit hours)

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Description:
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INTL_S 4940 Internship in International Studies (3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Internship limited to student pursuing the AB in International Studies degree. May be repeated to a maximum of six hours. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

INTL_S 4940 Internship in International Studies (6 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Internship limited to student pursuing the AB in International Studies degree. May be repeated to a maximum of six hours. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

JOURN 1940 Pre-Sequence Internship (0 credit hours)

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Description: Internship for Journalism students who have not yet entered their emphasis areas. Used to satisfy employer requirements. Graded on S/U basis only.
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JOURN 1940 Pre-Sequence Internship (1 credit hour)

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Description: Internship for Journalism students who have not yet entered their emphasis areas. Used to satisfy employer requirements. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

JOURN 4940 Internship in Journalism (1 credit hour)

Self-paced
Description: Credit for approved employment in journalism. Specifications for this course appear in the Undergraduate Catalog. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

JOURN 4940 Internship in Journalism (2 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Credit for approved employment in journalism. Specifications for this course appear in the Undergraduate Catalog. Graded on S/U basis only.
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JOURN 4940 Internship in Journalism (3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: Credit for approved employment in journalism. Specifications for this course appear in the Undergraduate Catalog. Graded on S/U basis only.
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| Undergraduate

LATIN 1100 Elementary Latin I

Self-paced
Description: Forms, grammar, syntax.
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| Undergraduate

LINGST 4600 Structure of American English

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to English linguistics. Study of the grammar and pronunciation of contemporary English, with the major focus on syntax.
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| Undergraduate

LINGST 4610 History of the English Language

Self-paced
Description: Historical changes in the grammar and pronunciation of the English language from Old English to the present. Introduction to Indo-European origins of English.
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MANGMT 4020 Human Resource Management

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to strategies and best practices in attracting, retaining, developing, and compensating employees.
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MANGMT 7020 Human Resource Management

Self-paced
Description: Introduction to strategies and best practices in attracting, retaining, developing, and compensating employees.
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| Graduate

P_R_TR 1010 Introduction to Leisure Studies

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Description: History of recreation and leisure movement; theories and philosophies of play, recreation, and leisure; developmental stages of leisure services to contemporary status.
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P_R_TR 2281 The Business of Sport

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Description: This course focuses on the business side of sport management, considering issues of marketing, sponsorship, and sales. Students will also be presented with actual models relevant to working in sales in the competitive sport environment.
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P_R_TR 2711 Experience Internship (1 credit hour)

Self-paced
Description: This course is designed as an independent study for students to gain professional experience. Graded on A-F basis only.
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P_R_TR 2711 Experience Internship (2 credit hours)

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Description: This course is designed as an independent study for students to gain professional experience. Graded on A-F basis only.
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P_R_TR 2711 Experience Internship (3 credit hours)

Self-paced
Description: This course is designed as an independent study for students to gain professional experience. Graded on A-F basis only.
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P_R_TR 4940 Parks, Recreation and Tourism Internship

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Description: Supervised professional experience with an approved organization. Course entails weekly reports, case studies, agency evaluations, and a special project related to the student's curricular emphasis.
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PEA_ST 2550 Human Rights, Law, War, and Peace

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Description: Interdisciplinary exploration of how human rights, law, war and peace are connected through an analysis of various theories and contemporary examples, which may include issues regarding citizenship in the United States today, the regulation of economic markets in the U.S. today, state surveillance, the military industrial complex, the manner in which gender affects the experience of warfare and individuals
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PHIL 4800 Asian Philosophy

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Description: This course traces the origins of Indian and Chinese philosophical world views. Included are the major ideas in Hindu, Jaina, and Buddhist thought in India, and Taoism and Confucianism in China. Emphasis is placed on the diverse, assimilative, and pragmatic nature of Indian and Chinese thought and its impact on contemporary Asian philosophy.
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PHYSCS 1210 College Physics 1

Self-paced Satisfies Math Reasoning Requirement
Description: This introductory college physics course uses algebra and trigonometry in developing some of the fundamental concepts of classical physics. Topics covered are vectors, kinematics, dynamics, gravity, momentum, energy, rotational kinematics, rotational dynamics, fluids, simple harmonic motion, waves and sound, and thermodynamics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly.
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PHYSCS 1220 College Physics 2

Self-paced Satisfies Math Reasoning Requirement
Description: This introductory second semester college physics course uses algebra and trigonometry in developing some of the fundamental concepts of classical physics. Topics covered include electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics. Three lectures, one discussion, one lab weekly. Students may receive credit for PHYSCS 1220 or PHYSCS 2760, but not both.
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POL_SC 1100 American Government

Self-paced
Description: Topics covered in this course include the Constitution, federalism, civil liberties, political attitudes, interest groups, political parties, nominations, elections and campaigns, voting behavior, Congress, the presidency, bureaucracy, and the judiciary. It meets the state law requirement.
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POL_SC 4120 Politics and the Media

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Description: The role and importance of mass media in the political process, primarily the U.S. Constitutional protections of the press, politics of media control, political news and advertising, effects of information on election campaigns, political institutions, and policy making.
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POL_SC 4120W Politics and the Media (Writing Intensive)

Self-paced Writing Intensive
Description: The role and importance of mass media in the political process, primarily the U.S. Constitutional protections of the press, politics of media control, political news and advertising, effects of information on election campaigns, political institutions, and policy making.
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POL_SC 4150 The American Presidency

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Description: Evolution of the presidency; particular emphasis on constitutional and political roles played by chief executive in shaping public policy.
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PSYCH 2510 Survey of Abnormal Psychology

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Description: Basic survey of maladaptive human behavior and experience, including personality disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, anxiety and mood disorders, sexual dysfunctions, and thought disorders.
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PSYCH 3010 Research Methods in Psychology I

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Description: Introduction to scientific reasoning, assessing validity and reliability in research, and basic research methods.
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PSYCH 3430 Social Development in Childhood

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Description: Overview of children's social and emotional development (infancy through adolescence); includes changes in social domains, impact of social functioning on subsequent development, and influence of interpersonal contexts (e.g., family, peers, community) on children's development.
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PSYCH 3830 Health Psychology

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Description: A hands-on approach to the study of health psychology including research on a topic of current relevance to the field.
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PSYCH 3870 Sleep and Sleep Disorders

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Description: This course consists of a critical review of current research on normal human sleep, including research methods, effects of deprivation and fatigue, circadian rhythms, changes with growth and aging; sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy; theories of dreaming; and proven methods for promoting healthy sleep.
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PSYCH 4540 Emotional Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence

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Description: Surveys disturbed behavioral development during childhood and adolescence, emphasizing factors that produce deviation from normal developmental patterns. Prerequisites:PSYCH 1000. This course may be restricted to Undergraduate Psychology Majors during Early Registration. Recommended: PSYCH 2410.
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PSYCH 4830 Psychology of Women

Self-paced
Description: Overview of current theories and research relating to the psychology of women. Topics include gender stereotyping, psychological sex differences, achievement motivation in women, and women and mental health.
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REL_ST 2110 Religions of the World

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Description: This course introduces students to a variety of religious traditions through the study of their myths, rituals, beliefs, and practices, and explores approaches to the academic study of religion
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REL_ST 3740 Religion and Film

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Description: Addresses issues of interpretation and analysis in the convergence of religion and film. Addresses three areas under this broad rubric: 1) film representations of established religions; 2) film and the construction of social values; 3) film as contemporary "myth." Treating films as social texts, we will ask what such representations of ourselves to ourselves suggest about culture in general.
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RU_SOC 1000 Rural Sociology

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Description: Introduction to basic concepts and principles of sociology with a focus on rural populations and places. The course explores interconnections between rural/urban and local global ecomomies and cultures. Students are exposed to the rich diversity of rural society, social changes underway, and to current social issues. (Students may not earn credit for both Rural Sociology 1000 and Sociology 1000).
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RU_SOC 1120 Population and the Environment

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Description: Changes in the structure and characteristics of population groups and their relationship to both human and non-human aspects of the biophysical environment.
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SOCIOL 1000 Introduction to Sociology

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Description: Nature of organization and activities of human groupings-family, community, crowd, social class, etc.; structure, function of institutions; social influences shaping personality, behavior, social change. No credit for both SOCIOL 1000 and RU_SOC 1000.
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SPAN 2100 Elementary Spanish 3

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Description: A multi-skill course following Spanish 1200, centering on cultural/literary readings, and including a grammar review, practice in the spoken language, as well as some practice in written expression.
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WGST 2340 Perspectives on Gender and Popular Culture: Women in Popular Culture

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Description: Explores issues in popular culture in the 20th and 21st centuries with respect to feminism, gender, sexuality, race, class, and ability. Areas of study may include television, movies, music, advertisements, magazines, fiction, newspapers, the internet, and social media.
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