Jun 27, 2019  
2018-19 Catalog 
    
2018-19 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

 

 

Honors College

   •  HON 252 - Varieties of Reasoning
   •  HON 299 - Special Studies
   •  HON 301 - Leadership: Historical and Contemporary Figures
   •  HON 315 - Art, Culture, and Humanities
   •  HON 317 - Politics, Institutions, and Society
   •  HON 319 - Science, Sustainability, and Nature
   •  HON 350 - Junior Seminar: Qualitative and Historical Inquiry
   •  HON 351 - Junior Seminar: Descriptive and Correlational Inquiry
   •  HON 352 - Junior Seminar: Experimental Inquiry
   •  HON 399 - Special Studies
   •  HON 409 - Practicum
   •  HON 490 - Honors College Capstone
   •  HON 491 - Honors College Capstone II
   •  HON 492 - Honors College Capstone III

House Experience

   •  HSE 101 - House Seminar Experience
   •  HSE 101L - House Seminar Experience Lab
   •  HSE 102 - House Seminar Experience
   •  HSE 102L - House Seminar Experience Lab
   •  HSE 103 - House Seminar Experience
   •  HSE 103L - House Seminar Experience Lab
   •  HSE 199 - Special Studies
   •  HSE 299 - Special Studies
   •  HSE 399 - Special Studies

Innovation and Leadership

   •  INL 199 - Special Studies
   •  INL 299 - Special Studies
   •  INL 301 - Digital Portfolios
   •  INL 399 - Special Studies
   •  INL 401 - Research
   •  INL 403 - Thesis
   •  INL 405 - Reading and Conference
   •  INL 407 - Seminar
   •  INL 409 - Internship
   •  INL 424 - Entrepreneurship in Organizations
   •  INL 437 - Creative Thinking
   •  INL 438 - Group Dynamics
   •  INL 499 - INL Applied Capstone

International Studies

   •  IS 199 - Special Studies
   •  IS 250 - Introduction to International Studies
   •  IS 320 - Introduction to the International Economy
   •  IS 350 - World Politics
   •  IS 370 - Topics in International Political Economy
   •  IS 375 - Human Rights in the Global Age
   •  IS 380 - Regional and Country Studies
   •  IS 399 - Special Studies
   •  IS 401 - Research
   •  IS 403 - Thesis
   •  IS 405 - Reading and Conference
   •  IS 407 - Seminar
   •  IS 409 - Practicum
   •  IS 450 - U.S. Foreign Policy
   •  IS 498 - Senior Capstone
   •  IS 501 - Research
   •  IS 503 - Thesis
   •  IS 505 - Reading and Conference
   •  IS 507 - Seminar
   •  IS 509 - Practicum
   •  IS 550 - U.S. Foreign Policy

Japanese

   •  JPN 101 - Beginning Japanese Language and Culture I
   •  JPN 102 - Beginning Japanese Language and Culture II
   •  JPN 103 - Beginning Japanese Language and Culture III
   •  JPN 106 - Beginning Japanese Conversation I
   •  JPN 107 - Beginning Japanese Conversation II
   •  JPN 108 - Beginning Japanese Conversation III
   •  JPN 199 - Special Studies
   •  JPN 201 - Intermediate Japanese Language and Culture I
   •  JPN 202 - Intermediate Japanese Language and Culture II
   •  JPN 203 - Intermediate Japanese Language and Culture III
   •  JPN 206 - Intermediate Japanese Conversation I
   •  JPN 207 - Intermediate Japanese Conversation II
   •  JPN 208 - Intermediate Japanese Conversation III
   •  JPN 209 - Practicum
   •  JPN 299 - Special Studies
   •  JPN 301 - Japanese Culture, Composition, and Conversation I
   •  JPN 302 - Japanese Culture, Composition, and Conversation II
   •  JPN 303 - Japanese Culture, Composition, and Conversation III
   •  JPN 399 - Special Studies
   •  JPN 409 - Practicum

Learning Commons

   •  LC 199 - Special Studies

Library and Information Science

   •  LIS 186 - Academic Workshop: Research and Information Literacy Skills
   •  LIS 199 - Special Studies
   •  LIS 399 - Special Studies
   •  LIS 407 - Seminar
   •  LIS 409 - Practicum

Master of Arts in Teaching

   •  MAT 520 - Reflective Professional Practice
   •  MAT 521 - Foundations of Educational Research
   •  MAT 522 - Diversity and Learning Differences
   •  MAT 523 - Curriculum Design
   •  MAT 524A - Literacy and Language Acquisition and Development for Multiple Subjects Endorsement
   •  MAT 524B - Literacy and Language Acquisition and Development for Single Subject Endorsement
   •  MAT 525A - Classroom Management and Supportive Environments for Multiple Subjects
   •  MAT 525B - Classroom Management and Supportive Environments for Single Subjects
   •  MAT 526 - Assessment for Learning
   •  MAT 527A - Integrated Methods: STEM for Multiple Subjects Endorsement
   •  MAT 527B - Integrated Methods for Single Subject Endorsement
   •  MAT 528A - Integrated Methods: Social Science and the Arts for Multiple Subjects Endorsement
   •  MAT 528B - Special Methods for Single Subject Endorsement
   •  MAT 529 - Cognition, Creativity and Critical Thinking
   •  MAT 530 - Differentiated Instructional Strategies
   •  MAT 531 - Professional Leadership and Collaboration
   •  MAT 540 - September Experience
 

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