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  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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   •  INST 2205 - Engaged Lives
   •  INST 2206 - Buddhist Ethics and Personal Responsibility
   •  INST 2401 - Life and Earth Systems
   •  INST 2402 - The Matter of Chemistry
   •  INST 2403 - The Expanding Universe
   •  INST 2404 - Physics for Modern Society
   •  INST 2405 - Fearless Investigators: How to Ask Questions About Energy
   •  INST 2601 - Art and Contemporary Culture
   •  INST 2602 - Making Meaning, Making Art
   •  INST 2603 - Art, History, and Cultural Identity
   •  INST 2604 - Literary Arts and Culture
   •  INST 2605 - Composing a Musical Life
   •  INST 2606 - Encountering World Music
   •  INST 2607 - Music in History and Culture
   •  INST 2608 - Theatre: Performing/Reforming Society
   •  INST 2910 - Relationships and Dialogues
   •  INST 3501 - Inscribing the Body: Sexual Identity in Contemporary German Women's Fiction
   •  INST 3502 - Culture or Civilization?: A War of Words and Ideas
   •  INST 3503 - Countercultural Capital: 20th Century Literary and Musical Movements
   •  INST 3504 - Escaping From the Shadows, Coming into Voice; Violence Against Women and Girls
   •  INST 3505 - The Nature of Connection
   •  INST 3510 - Acting: The Source for Character
   •  INST 3515 - Experiencing Nature: Conservation Psychology in a Global Context
   •  INST 3520 - The Garden of Eden
   •  INST 3523 - Power and Culture: West Africa and Colonialism
   •  INST 3530 - Art-Making and Composing the Self
   •  INST 3535 - The Search for Meaning in Western Literature: Religion, Spirituality, and Personal Philosophy
   •  INST 3910 - Dilemma of Existence
   •  INST 3915 - Human Nature and World Religions
   •  INST 4002 - What’s Hot, What’s Not: American Popular Culture Since World War II
   •  INST 4003 - Get Up, Stand Up: Protest Music Heard Around the World
   •  INST 4005 - Medieval Cross-Cultural Contact
   •  INST 4010 - Media Q: Screening Sexuality
   •  INST 4011 - Sex As Art: Sex and Sexuality in Visual Art
   •  INST 4015 - Regarding the Self: Psychological Perspectives
   •  INST 4020 - Tropical Nature: Reefs and Rainforests in a Global Context
   •  INST 4025 - Africa: Birthplace of Humanity
   •  INST 4030 - Writing Life Stories: The Power of Narrative
   •  INST 4035 - Native American Literatures
   •  INST 4040 - The Search for Meaning in Global Religious Traditions: Ritual, Rebirth, and Community
   •  INST 4045 - Community Change: The Civic Apprenticeship
   •  INST 4050 - Water Resources
   •  ITAL 1000 - Elementary Italian I
   •  ITAL 1100 - Elementary Italian II
   •  JAMC 1100 - Audio Production
   •  JAMC 1200 - Video Production
   •  JAMC 1300 - Print Production
   •  JAMC 1400 - Web Production
   •  JAMC 1401 - WOBN Practicum
   •  JAMC 1402 - WOCC Practicum
   •  JAMC 1403 - Tan & Cardinal Practicum
   •  JAMC 1404 - Otterbein360.Com Practicum
   •  JAMC 1500 - Media Writing
   •  JAMC 1600 - Reporting and News Writing
   •  JAMC 2200 - Intermediate Video Production
   •  JAMC 2400 - Feature Writing
   •  JAMC 2500 - Media in a Global Society
   •  JAMC 2600 - Reporting and Editing
   •  JAMC 3230 - Sports Performance
   •  JAMC 3240 - Sports Reporting
   •  JAMC 3500 - Race, Gender, Class and Media
   •  JAMC 3700 - Media Management
   •  JAMC 3900 - Independent Study
   •  JAMC 4000 - Senior Portfolio
   •  JAMC 4200 - Advanced Production Seminar
   •  JAMC 4500 - Media Law
   •  JAMC 4600 - Community Journalism Seminar
   •  JAMC 4900 - Internship
   •  JAPN 1000 - Elementary Japanese I
   •  JAPN 1100 - Elementary Japanese II
   •  LEAD 1000 - Finding Your Leadership Potential
   •  LEAD 2000 - Principles of Leadership
   •  LEAD 3000 - Leadership Practices
   •  LEAD 4800 - Leadership Project
   •  LIBR 2000 - Manage and Organize Information
   •  MATH 0900 - Prerequisite to College Mathematics
   •  MATH 0910 - Prerequisite to College Mathematics Using ALEKS
   •  MATH 1210 - Nature of Mathematics
   •  MATH 1220 - Quantitative Reasoning
   •  MATH 1230 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MATH 1240 - Statistics I
   •  MATH 1250 - Elementary Functions
   •  MATH 1700 - Calculus I
   •  MATH 1800 - Calculus II
   •  MATH 2100 - Math for Early Childhood Education
   •  MATH 2150 - Math for Middle Childhood: Numbers and Variables
   •  MATH 2170 - Math for Middle Childhood: Measurement and Geometry
   •  MATH 2240 - Statistics II
   •  MATH 2500 - Linear Algebra
   •  MATH 2700 - Multivariable Calculus
   •  MATH 2910 - Decision-Making for Business
   •  MATH 3000 - Real Analysis I - Writing Intensive
   •  MATH 3100 - Ordinary Differential Equations
   •  MATH 3200 - Abstract Algebra I
   •  MATH 3300 - Probability
   •  MATH 3350 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MATH 3370 - Applied Statistics - Writing Intensive
   •  MATH 3400 - Operations Research
   •  MATH 3500 - Complex Analysis - Writing Intensive
   •  MATH 3540 - History and Philosophy of Mathematics
 

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