Nov 18, 2018  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


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   •  FMST 3281 - Film and Cultural Studies
   •  FREN 1000 - Elementary French I
   •  FREN 1050 - French Language and Culture
   •  FREN 1100 - Elementary French II
   •  FREN 2000 - Intermediate French: Grammar and Composition
   •  FREN 2100 - Intermediate French: Reading and Conversation
   •  FREN 2600 - Special Topics in French and Francophone Studies
   •  FREN 3600 - Discovering the Francophone World
   •  FYS 1001 - Environmental Sustainability
   •  FYS 1002 - Evil Spirits, Placebos, Equivalence Relations: Mathematics and Ways of Knowing
   •  FYS 1003 - Navigating the Informational World
   •  FYS 1004 - From Socrates to Snape; From Descartes to Dumbledore: The Philosophy of Harry Potter
   •  FYS 1005 - Jesus As Super Star: Jesus as Portrayed by the Film Industry
   •  FYS 1006 - The Science of Happiness
   •  FYS 1007 - Uncommon Experiences—Building on the Common Book
   •  FYS 1008 - Finding Voice; Making Noise
   •  FYS 1009 - Teens on Screens
   •  FYS 1010 - How Green Do I Have to Be? The Psychology Behind Environmental Decision-Making
   •  FYS 1011 - People Like Us: Class and Race in the USA
   •  FYS 1012 - The Journeys and Stories of Our Lives
   •  FYS 1013 - Woman’s Leadership
   •  FYS 1014 - How Sports Explains Us
   •  FYS 1015 - Learning How to Lose and Other Hard Lessons in Life: A Short Course in Death and Dying
   •  FYS 1016 - Trilobites, Dinos, and Cavemen, OH MY: A History of Life and Humans
   •  FYS 1017 - Communicating in a Virtual World
   •  FYS 1018 - The Hero’s Journey Through College
   •  FYS 1019 - A Thousand Cuts: Bullying, Power, and Hope
   •  FYS 1020 - Against the Odds: Discovering Life in the Absurd
   •  FYS 1021 - Don’t Drop Your Cell Phone in the Outhouse: Viewing Other Cultures
   •  FYS 1022 - Revolutions
   •  FYS 1023 - To Infinity and Beyond
   •  FYS 1024 - Leadership Pathways
   •  FYS 1025 - Discovering and Developing Your Strengths
   •  FYS 1026 - Our Brains on Technology: Learning in the Digital Age
   •  FYS 1027 - Walking the Path: A Personal Journey to Peace and Social Justice
   •  FYS 1028 - The Other in World Literature, Art, and Cinema
   •  FYS 1029 - The Spanish Legacy in the Americas
   •  FYS 1030 - The History of Women in Science
   •  FYS 1031 - Revolutionaries and Revolutions: Hijacked Revolutions?
   •  FYS 1032 - The Skills: Keys to Mental Resilience
   •  FYS 1033 - Arts are Alive
   •  FYS 1034 - Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: Discoveries for College and Beyond
   •  FYS 1035 - Political Scandals: The Consequences of Temporary Gratification
   •  FYS 1036 - Reading for Our Lives
   •  FYS 1037 - The Soundtrack of Your First Year
   •  FYS 1038 - Identities, Dwellings and off the Grid Living
   •  FYS 1039 - The 411 on Election 2014
   •  FYS 1040 - Guard and Protect: Super Heroes Problem -Solve Our World(s)
   •  FYS 1041 - Transitions through International Comparisons
   •  FYS 1042 - Music and Ideology
   •  FYS 1043 - How Much For Your Song?
   •  FYS 1044 - Evolution and Identity in Science Fiction
   •  FYS 1045 - Alcohol and Food in History and Culture
   •  FYS 1046 - Introduction to Modern East Asia
   •  FYS 1047 - The Politics of Equality and Inequality
   •  FYS 1048 - Are We Alone Together? How Global Travel Impacts Your Identity
   •  FYS 1049 - Art and American Identities
   •  FYS 1050 - Baseball in the Negro League
   •  FYS 1051 - Leadership is Everything; The Rest is Noise: Fundamental Life Skills for the Next Economy
   •  FYS 1052 - Talking About the Big Questions: Philosophical Dialogues
   •  FYS 1053 - OMG! – An Orientation to Media Genres
   •  FYS 1054 - The History of Rock and Roll
   •  FYS 1055 - Asking the Big Questions
   •  FYS 1056 - Plymouth Rock and All That: Who Were the Real Puritans?
   •  FYS 1058 - Climbing Mountains
   •  FYS 1059 - Adolescence: Crisis or Transition?
   •  GEOG 1000 - World Regional Geography
   •  GERM 1000 - Elementary German I
   •  GERM 1100 - Elementary German II
   •  GLST 1000 - Introduction to Global Studies - Writing Intensive
   •  GLST 3900 - Independent Study
   •  GLST 4900 - Internship
   •  GLST 4950 - Capstone: Global Citizenship
   •  HIST 1100 - The American Experience to 1865
   •  HIST 1200 - The American Experience Since 1865
   •  HIST 1350 - Europe from the Renaissance to the Nuclear Age
   •  HIST 1400 - Survey of Pre-Modern Asia
   •  HIST 1450 - Survey of Modern Asia
   •  HIST 1500 - African History to 1800
   •  HIST 2100 - History Seminar - Writing Intensive
   •  HIST 2200 - Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  HIST 2300 - European Overseas Encounters
   •  HIST 2350 - Politics and Society in Modern Britain
   •  HIST 2400 - The United States Between the Wars, 1865-1941
   •  HIST 2450 - Southern Africa 1700 to Present
   •  HIST 2460 - Health and Society in Africa
   •  HIST 2550 - Democracy in Asia
   •  HIST 2600 - Women’s History
   •  HIST 3100 - Medieval History
   •  HIST 3150 - Renaissance and Reformation
   •  HIST 3200 - Global Capitalism
   •  HIST 3330 - Modern China
   •  HIST 3350 - Modern Japan
   •  HIST 3355 - Slavery and Slave Trades in African History
   •  HIST 3400 - War and Revolution
   •  HIST 3450 - Nationalism and Internationalism in Europe, 1870-Present
   •  HIST 3501 - Special Topics in American History: Gender and Witchcraft in the Atlantic World
   •  HIST 3502 - Special Topics in American History: The American Civil War
   •  HIST 3503 - Special Topics in American History: History of Sexuality
   •  HIST 3504 - The Cold War in the U.S. and Abroad
 

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