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Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014

Walsh University General Education Curriculum

Walsh, as a Catholic, Liberal Arts University, believes that liberally educated individuals observe and evaluate their world critically. They act as leaders in service to others pursuing meaning and truth, making informed judgments, and responding to global and technical change, all the while accepting responsibility for the ethical consequences of their actions.

Given this approach, the General Education Curriculum exemplifies the theme "Finding Meaning and Purpose in the 21st Century." To this end, the two-tier core prepares students for the future while adhering to a liberal arts framework. Among the skills that students learn and develop in the Walsh General Education courses are problem solving, critical thinking, effective communication, and collaboration. Students further investigate topics from multiple directions, outlooks, and approaches in the traditions of Catholic education as practiced by the Brothers of Christian Instruction.

The General Education Curriculum will be linked to the learning outcomes approved by the Faculty Senate and University President. Courses within this core curriculum can also be taken as electives or used to meet major/minor requirements.

Bachelor Degree General Education Core Curriculum Requirements

College Level Proficiencies

Walsh University expects students to demonstrate basic baccalaureate skills in English, Mathematics, and Foreign Language. To this end, students will be tested for placement in each of these three areas. Those who are proficient will not be required to take courses in these areas unless required by their declared major. Students who are non-native speakers of English and test out of ESL courses have fulfilled their Foreign/Second Language 102 Proficiency requirement. Students who are non-native speakers and tested into one or more ESL classes are fulfilling their Foreign/Second Language 102 Proficiency requirement. Students who are native speakers will need to fulfill their Foreign/Second Language 102 Proficiency requirement.

Proficiency levels are as follows:
(Proficiencies fulfilled by placement test or completion of course.)

English - ENG 102: Reading and Writing Connections
Foreign Language - the 102 level of a chosen language.
Mathematics - MATH 104: Algebra II

Students in pursuit of a liberal education and well-rounded knowledge are strongly encouraged to take courses beyond the basic graduation proficiency level.

Diversity and Service Learning Applications

The Diversity and Service Learning Requirements may be satisfied by Tier I, II, and/or Major Courses.

GE 100: All first-year traditional students are required to take GE 100 (First Year Institute), a one-hour credit course during the fall semester. A student who does not pass this course must re-take it the following spring semester (one section will be available in the spring).

TIER I REQUIREMENTS – (Theology, Humanities, Letters, Fine Arts, and Sciences)*

(Total of 24 CREDITS)

Select one course from each: Theology, Humanities, Letters and Fine Arts. (See course list.)

THEO

(3)

PHIL

(3)

HIST

(3)

ENG (Literature)

(3)

ART or MUSIC

(3)

Select one 3 credit hour science course; plus two Social and Behavioral Science courses (from two different disciplines: Government and Foreign Affairs, Economics, Psychology and/or Sociology).

SCIENCE

(3)

S/BSC

(3)

S/BSC

(3)

TIER II REQUIREMENTS**

(Total of 12 CREDITS)

Courses must be taken sequentially. Select one course each from the course lists.

Heritage Series.

I.

21st Century Challenges

(3)

IIa.

Religious Traditions

(3)

IIb.

Liberal Arts Traditions

(3)

III.

The Response to the Challenges

(3)

Tier I (Theology, Humanities, Letters, Fine Arts and Sciences)*

Tier I of the General Education Curriculum follows the traditional form of a liberal arts core curriculum, exposing students in their first and second years of college to a broad spectrum of disciplines (i.e., Theology, Humanities, Fine Arts, Social/Behavioral Sciences, and Empirical Science). The Tier I course work fosters the following student outcomes: the acquisition of knowledge in the Arts and Sciences, critical thinking and communication skills, and the integration of knowledge and skills in pursuit of truth and service. Students are required to take courses in theology, philosophy, history, English, art or music. In addition, they are required to take one three-credit science course. Courses labeled NS are typical for most non-science majors, though students may elect to take other Tier I science courses. They are also required to take two (2) three-credit courses in the social and behavioral sciences from two different disciplines: Government and Foreign Affairs, Economics, Psychology and/or Sociology.

Tier II (The Heritage Series)**

Students take their Tier II courses after completing Tier I or upon attaining junior status. Tier II courses, known as the Heritage Series, offer students an integrated approach to addressing the problems and challenges of our time.

Students will use the opportunity provided by the Heritage Series 1) to explore significant contemporary problems, 2) to locate those problems historically within western cultural, intellectual, and religious traditions, 3) to examine the challenges to the main currents in western thought provided by the historically marginalized groups within that tradition, and/or by non-western cultures, and 4) to grapple creatively with potential courses of action in solving the identified problems for future generations.

The Series works in three distinct, sequentially-taken phases. The Heritage 1 course must be completed before taking Heritage 2a and Heritage 2b. Both Heritage 2 courses must be completed before taking H3.

All Heritage courses apply the foundational principles of the document Gaudium et spes. H1 courses introduce students to Gaudium et spes. H2a, H2b and H3 courses build upon the principles introduced in H1, continually engaging students in an understanding and application of Gaudium et spes through designated sequential courses (see below).

Students take one course in each phase.

Heritage 1 – Where Are We? The Challenges of the Present – The focus of the Heritage 1 courses is on the challenges facing the contemporary world. Heritage 1 courses will identify one or more problems of modern life, and explore disciplinary and/or multidisciplinary approaches towards dealing with those challenges. An important goal of Heritage 1 courses is to impart an understanding of the complexity of the issues before the world in the early 21st century and their impact on all groups comprising the human family. Another significant goal is to demonstrate that a full understanding of any issue is not complete without considering multiple perspectives, including those embodied in Gaudium et spes.

Heritage 2a and b – How Did We Get Here? Historical Roots of Contemporary Problems – The focus of the Heritage 2 courses is on the past, and how an understanding of the western intellectual and religious traditions is vital to understanding the world’s contemporary challenges. Students will take two courses in this phase:

Heritage 2a: Judeo-Christian Heritage: In support of the goals of the Walsh University mission to encourage individuals to know how "to act in accordance with reason guided by the example and teachings of Jesus Christ," the Heritage 2a courses are Theology courses that deepen one’s understanding of the history and meaning of Christianity or the Catholic faith.

Heritage 2b: Western Intellectual Traditions: Heritage 2b courses focus on the history of secular ideas and events that have shaped western culture and its impact on the contemporary world.

Heritage 3 – Where Ought We Be Going? Integration and Response – Heritage 3 courses serve as the capstone experience in the General Education Program. As such, each Heritage 3 course encourages students to engage their imagination and creativity in considering potential courses of action for solving problems identified within the course, and to combine the knowledge and skills developed in the first three Heritage Series courses with the disciplinary expertise they bring from their majors and minors. Towards this end each Heritage 3 course includes an integrative project.

Diversity Applications

This element of the Core program focuses on how categories of differences are formed, how differences are experienced, and how differences are given meaning through social institutions. A student will take at least one Diversity Course as part of the General Education Program. Categories include age, race, gender, social class, sexual orientations, ethnicity, relations, and ability/disability, etc. Experience focuses on exclusion, inclusion, and privilege. For example, how exclusion shapes individual and collective consciousness, how inclusion begins with valuing the experiences of those excluded and critiquing individual/societal assumptions about all groups, and how statuses provide under-privilege (disadvantage) or over- privilege (advantage). Meaning ascribed to differences comes from the functions of social institutions that construct and interpret what differences means. For example, the ideologies that are reinforced through stereotypes, discrimination, prejudice and language found in the social institutions of family, government, schools, religion, work, etc. (The above is adapted from: Rosenblum, K.E. & Travis, T.M. [2000]. The meaning of Difference (2nd ed.). NY: McGraw-Hill.).

Service Learning Applications

Service Learning is defined by the American Association of Higher Education as a method under which students learn and develop through thoughtfully organized service that:

  • Is conducted in and meets the needs of a community
  • Is coordinated with an institution of higher education and with the community
  • Helps foster civic responsibility
  • Is integrated into and enhances the academic curriculum of the students enrolled
  • Includes structured time for students to reflect on the service experience

A service learning course will involve students partnering with a community-based organization or group. The students will provide service to meet a need identified by the community. In this setting, "community organization or group" means a non-profit agency, educational institution, group of people with a common identity, or for-profit agency when the primary purpose is providing a significant public service. The service learning experience will help bring classroom material and discussion to life by giving students a real environment in which to apply course concepts.

Tier I Courses

ART 101

The History of Art

(3)

ART 102

Visual Order

(3)

ART 103

Drawing

(3)

ART 207

Modern Art

(3)

ART 210

Special Topics in Art History

(3)

ART 220

Special Topics in Art

(3)

BIO 101

Principles of Biology I

(3)

CHEM 101

Principles of Chemistry I

(3)

CHEM 109

General, Organic, and Biochemistry

(3)

ECON 203

Global Micro-Economics

(3)

ECON 205

Introduction to Economics

(3)

ENG 200

Introduction to Literature

(3)

ENG 200-1

Studies in Short Fiction

(3)

ENG 200-2

Issues of Equity/Race and Gender

(3)

ENG 200-3

Body in Pain

(3)

ENG 200-4

Money and Success

(3)

ENG 200-5

Introduction to Drama

(3)

ENG 200-6

On Food

(3)

ENG 201

British Lit I

(3)

ENG 202

British Let II

(3)

ENG 203

World Lit I

(3)

ENG 204

World Lit II

(3)

ENG 205

Survey of U. S. Lit I

(3)

ENG 206

Survey of U.S Lit II.

(3)

ENG 207

Literature and Gender Theory

(3)

GFA 103

American Government

(3)

GFA 209

World Regional Geography

(3)

HIST 101

World Civilization to 1500

(3)

HIST 102

World Civilization 1500 to the present

(3)

HIST 103

History of the U.S. to 1877

(3)

HIST 104

History of the U.S. since 1877

(3)

HON 101H

Honors History: World Civilization to 1500

(3)

HON 102H

Honors History: World Civilization from 1500

(3)

HON 104H

Honors: The History of Christianity

(3)

HON 105H

Honors: The History of Science

(3)

HON 203H

Honors: World Literature I to 1500

(3)

HUM 225

Art and Culture of Rome (taught in Rome)

(3)

MUS 102

Understanding Music

(3)

MUS 202

American Musical Theater

(3)

MUS 203

History of Blues and Jazz

(3)

MUS 205

Fundamentals of Music Theory

(3)

MUS 210

History of Rock Music

(3)

MUS 212

History of Dance and Music

(3)

NS 101

Science and Contemporary Health Issues

(3)

NS 103

Environmental Science: Life as if the Earth Mattered

(3)

NS 104

Physical Science

(3)

NS 105

Introduction to Geology

(3)

NS 111

Plants: Food, Medicine and Textiles

(3)

NS 114

Introduction to Forensic Science

(3)

NS 119

Microbes and Society

(3)

NS 210

Astronomy and Planetary Science

(3)

NS 215

Forensic Chemistry

(3)

The science courses listed above with labs (BIO 101, CHEM 101 & CHEM 109) count as Tier 1 courses, but students should only take these if they have significant science and math preparation from high school. Otherwise, non-science majors should take courses designated as NS (listed above) to fulfill their three-credit hour science requirement for the core curriculum.

Nursing, science, and undecided majors who change their majors can substitute a non-Tier I science course to fulfill the Tier I science requirement, only if they have completed and passed this course.

PHIL 100

Introduction to Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 101

Logic

(3)

PHIL 110

From Socrates to Spielberg: Philosophy Through Film

(3)

PHIL 202

Philosophy of Human Nature

(3)

PHIL 203

Moral Philosophy

(3)

PSYCH 120

Principles of Psychology

(3)

PSYCH 200

Psychology of Violence

(3)

PSYCH 210

Human Development Across the Life Span

(3)

PSYCH 230

Human Sexuality

(3)

PSYCH 290

Psy Trek

(3)

SOC 101

Principles of Sociology

(3)

SOC 204

Social Problems

(3)

SOC 205

Social and Cultural Diversity

(3)

SOC 206

Cross–Cultural Issues in Gender (Uganda Global Learning Program)

(3)

SOC 208

Deviance

(3)

SOC 210

Juvenile Crimes and Justice

(3)

SOC 212

Criminal Justice

(3)

THEO 106

Scripture and the Catholic Tradition

(3)

Tier II Courses

Heritage I: 21st Century Challenges

BUS 307

Business Ethics

(3)

ENG 315-1

21st Century Challenges in Contemporary Literature

(3)

ENG 315-3

The Legacies of Custer & Crazy Horse

(3)

ENG 315-12

Beauty & Desire: Pursuing the Aesthetic Ideal

(3)

ENG 315-13

Green Mythologies: Studies in Literary Ecology

(3)

GFA 241

Urban Politics

(3)

GFA 301

International Politics

(3)

GFA 323

Public Policy

(3)

GFA 355

American Foreign Policy

(3)

GFA 401

Politics & Economics of Developing Nations

(3)

GFA 409

International Political Economy

(3)

HIST 313

Rise & Fall of Nazi Germany

(3)

HIST 318

The Industrial Revolution in the World

(3)

HIST 335

U.S. in the 20th Century

(3)

HON 204H

Honors: World Literature II

(3)

HON 205H

Honors: Great Ideas of Humanity

(3)

JS 290

Hate Groups and Violence

(3)

NURS 220PL

Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Practice

(3)

PE 263

Personal & Community Health

(3)

PEAC 201

Introduction to Peace Studies

(3)

PHIL 255

A Philosophy of Human Sexuality

(3)

PHIL 275

Environmental Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 308

Great Challenges

(3)

PSYCH 307

Cross Cultural Psychology

(3)

PSYCH 309

Critical Issues in Child and Adolescent Development

(3)

PSYCH 310

Gender

(3)

PSYCH 340

Addictions

(3)

SOC 207

Population

(3)

SOC 303

Marriage, Family and Intimacy (formerly Family Systems)

(3)

SOC 304

Urban Sociology

(3)

SOC 309

Corrections

(3)

SOC 311

Health and Illness (formerly Health, Healing and Wellness)

(3)

SOC 312

Victimology

(3)

SOC 314

Sociology of Aging (formerly Critical issues in Adult Development)

(3)

THEO 289

Hate Groups and Violence

(3)

Heritage 2a: Religious Traditions

THEO 200

Christian Theology to 1500

(3)

THEO 201

Christian Theology: 1500 to Present

(3)

THEO 202

Christology

(3)

THEO 203

Christian Moral Life

(3)

THEO 205

The Church in the Modern World

(3)

THEO 207

African-American Religion

(3)

THEO 210

Early Judaism: Foundations of Christianity

(3)

THEO 215

Old Testament Scriptures

(3)

THEO 216

New Testament Scriptures

(3)

THEO 271

Catholic Belief and Practice

(3)

THEO 289

Hate Groups and Violence

(3)

THEO 303

Theological Themes in Literature

(3)

THEO 309

Principles of Justice and Peace

(3)

Heritage 2b: Liberal Arts Traditions

ECON 301

Global Economics

(3)

ENG 314

The Literary Essay

(3)

ENG 315-6

Solitudes

(3)

ENG 315-10

Utopian and Dystopian Literature

(3)

ENG 315-14

Romanticism

(3)

ENG 316

Autobiography

(3)

ENG 318

The Novel

(3)

ENG 324

African American Literature

(3)

ENG 335

Travel Writing

(3)

GFA 213

Comparative Politics

(3)

GFA 303

American Political Thought

(3)

GFA 305

Western Europe and the European Union

(3)

GFA 403

Constitutional Law (formerly Supreme Court and the Constitution)

(3)

HIST 208

French Revolution

(3)

HIST 209

Making Modern England

(3)

HIST 308

History of the Ancient World

(3)

HIST 309

History of Medieval Europe

(3)

HIST 310

History of Early Modern Europe

(3)

HIST 334

Constitutional History of the U.S.

(3)

HIST 350

American Catholic History

(3)

HIST 413

European Intellectual History

(3)

HIST 435

The Papacy

(3)

HON 300H

Honors Seminar

(3)

HUM 325

Rome: Stories & Traditions* (Taught in Rome)

(3)

JS 103

A Jewish Reading of the Bible

(3)

MUS 201

History of Great Chorale Works

(3)

NURS 356

Basic Concepts of Palliative Care: End of Life Care

(3)

NURS 358

Complementary and Alternative Therapies

(3)

PHIL 303

Philosophy of Art

(3)

PHIL 310

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition

(3)

PHIL 312

Political Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 315

Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 316

Renaissance/Modern Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 317

Contemporary Philosophy

(3)

PHIL 350

Philosophy of Medicine

(3)

PHIL 407

Animal Ethics

(3)

SOC 202

Cultural Anthropology

(3)

SOC 301

Women and the Criminal Justice System (formerly Women in Prison)

(3)

SOC 306

Gangs, Guns and Grades: Education and Inequality

(3)

SOC 307

Death, Dying and Bereavement

(3)

SOC 401

Sociological Theory

(3)

SOC 490-1

Ugandan Experience

(3)

SPAN 310

Human Rights in Latin American

(3)

Heritage 3: The Responses to the Challenges

BSC 440

Applied Behavioral Science Internship

(3)

BUS 490

Business Policy Seminar

(3)

COM 305

Intercultural Communication

(3)

EDUC 466

Clinical Practice Seminar (cross-ref. ECE 412, ISE 442, MCE 422, AYA 436)

(3)

ENG 323

Modern Rhetoric

(3)

ENG 340

Professional Writing II

(3)

ENG 385

Literature & Film

(3)

GFA 405

Civil Rights and Liberties

(3)

GFA 415

International Law

(3)

HON 301H

Honors Seminar

(3)

JS 211

Early Judaism: Foundations of Christianity

(3)

JS 315

Repairing a Broken World: Jewish Values that Heal

(3)

PEAC 301

Conflict Resolution

(3)

PHIL 304

Bioethics

(3)

PSYCH 460

Senior Research Project

(3)

THEO 302

Liturgy and Sacraments

(3)

THEO 310

Christian Spirituality

(3)

THEO 320

Repairing a Broken World: Jewish Values That Heal

(3)

THEO 408

Seminar: Topics in Theology

(3)

*Taught in Rome

Diversity Courses (DV)

Tier I - DV

ART 101

History of Art

(3)

ECON 205

Introduction to Economics

(3)

ENG 200-2

Created Equal: Issues of Gender and Race

(3)

ENG 200-3

The Body in Pain: The Language of Illness and Suffering

(3)

ENG 207

Lit & Gender Theory

(3)

GFA 103

American Government

(3)

GFA 209

World Regional Geography

(3)

HIST 101

World Civilizations to 1500

(3)

HIST 102

World Civilizations since 1500

(3)

HIST 103

U.S. History to 1860

(3)

HIST 104

U.S. History Since 1860

(3)

MUS 202

American Musical Theater

(3)

MUS 203

History of Blues and Jazz

(3)

NS 101

Science and Contemporary Health Issues

(3)

PHIL 202

Philosophy of Human Nature

(3)

PHIL 203

Moral Philosophy

(3)

PSYCH 210

Human Development Across the Lifespan

(3)

PSYCH 230

Human Sexuality

(3)

SOC 204

Social Problems

(3)

SOC 205

Social and Cultural Diversity

(3)

SPAN 322

Latin American Film

(3)

Tier II - DV

ECON 301

Global Economic Perspectives

(3)

ENG 315-2

American Indian Literature/Environmental Justice

(3)

GFA 213

Comparative Politics

(3)

GFA 301

International Politics

(3)

GFA 323

Public Policy

(3)

GFA 405

Civil Rights and Liberties

(3)

HIST 318

The Industrial Revolution in the World

(3)

HON 204

World Literature II

(3)

JS 211

Early Judaism: Foundations of Christianity

(3)

JS 290

Hate Groups and Violence

(3)

PE 263

Personal and Community Health

(3)

PHIL 255

A Philosophy of Human Sexuality

(3)

PHIL 303

Philosophy of Art

(3)

PHIL 312

Social and Political Philosophy

(3)

PSYCH 307

Cross-Cultural Psychology

(3)

PSYCH 310

Gender

(3)

PSYCH 340

Addictions

(3)

SOC 202

Cultural Anthropology

(3)

SOC 301

Women and the Criminal Justice System (formerly Women in Prison)

(3)

SOC 303

Marriage, Family and Intimacy (formerly Family Systems)

(3)

SOC 304

Urban Sociology

(3)

SOC 307

Death, Dying and Bereavement

(3)

SOC 311

Health and Illness (formerly Health, Healing and Wellness)

(3)

SOC 314

Sociology of Aging (formerly Critical Issues in Adult Development)

(3)

SOC 490-1

Ugandan Experience

(3)

THEO 205

The Church in the Modern World

(3)

THEO 207

African-American Religion

(3)

Other Diversity Courses

The following diversity courses do not fulfill Tier I or Tier II requirements.

BSC 301

Social Psychology

(3)

BSC 360

Counseling and Interviewing Processes

(3)

BSC 430

Applied Behavioral Science Seminar

(3)

BSC 440

Applied Behavioral Science Internship

(3)

BSC 526

Group Process

(3)

BSC 560

Introduction to Counseling and the Counseling Profession

(3)

BIO 402

Genetics

(3)

BUS 304

Management of Organizations and Behavior

(3)

BUS 309

Consumer Behavior

(3)

BUS 316

Marketing Communications

(3)

BUS 318

Human Resource Foundations

(3)

BUS 385

Business Internship

(3)

BUS 450

International Business

(3)

CHEM 390

Chemistry Internship

(1-3)

COM 290

Race, Gender and Power in the Mass Media

(3)

EDUC 206

Exceptionalities and Multiculturalism in a Global Society

(3)

FREN 321

French Civilization and Culture

(3)

GFA 207

Campaigns and Elections

(3)

HIST 225

The African-American Experience

(3)

HIST 227

Women in United States History

(3)

HIST 336

Modern Latin America

(3)

HIST 337

The Modern Middle East

(3)

HIST 338

History of Africa

(3)

HIST 410

Aspects of East Asian Civilization

(3)

HUM 220

Foundations of Interdisciplinary Study

(3)

MATH 110

Mathematics in the World

(3)

MATH 120

Ethnomathematics

(3)

MATH 130

Mathematics and the Environment

(3)

NURS 230

Health Assessment for Nursing Practice

(4)

NURS 320

Nursing to Promote Mental Health

(4)

NURS 330

Nursing of Acutely Ill Adults I

(4)

NURS 335

Nursing of Acutely Ill Adults II

(4)

NURS 340

Nursing with Families I

(4)

NURS 420

Nursing with Aggregates

(4)

PE 110

Lifestyle Health and Fitness

(1)

PSYCH 401

Abnormal Psychology

(3)

PSYCH 426

Group Process

(3)

SPAN 321

Latin American Civilization and Culture

(3)

SPAN 406

Definitions of Gender in Hispanic Culture

(3)

SPAN 408

Advanced Reading and Conversation on Recent Issues in Hispanic Culture

(3)

THEO 105

Comparative Religions

(3)

THEO 402

Social Ministry

(3)

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Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014

Founders of Walsh University

Undergraduate Academic Calendar, 2013-2014

General Information

General University Policies

Student Life and Services

Admissions Policies and Procedures

Estimated Expenses 2013-2014

Financial Policies

Academic Policies and Procedures

Academic Divisions

Walsh University General Education Curriculum

The DeVille School of Business

Mission

Vision

Associates Degree Major Requirements – The DeVille School of Business

Bachelor’s Degree Major Requirements – The DeVille School of Business

The DeVille School of Business Minor Requirements

Business Courses (BUS)

BUS 101 Introduction to Financial Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 102 Introduction to Financial Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 106 Electronic Spreadsheet Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 107 Electronic Slideshow Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 108 Electronic Database Applications 1 sem. hr.

BUS 110 Integrative Business Experience I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 111 Integrative Business Experience II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 112 Business Ethics in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 113 Communication in a Multicultural Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 210 Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 211 Intermediate Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 212 Intermediate Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 216 Principles of Marketing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 220 Quantitative Methods I, Statistics 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 221 Business Finance 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 230 Financial/ Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 231 Legal, Social, Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 232 Information Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 233 Marketing in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 304 Management of Organizations and Behavior 4 sem. hrs.

BUS 306 Advanced Topics in Financial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 307 Business Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 308 Global Integrated Marketing Communications 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 309 Multicultural Consumer Behavior 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 311 Marketing Research 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 313 Management of Organizations and Behavior I 2 sem. hrs.

BUS 314 Management of Organizations and Behavior II 2 sem. hrs.

BUS 315 Investments 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 316 Marketing Communications 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 318 Human Resource Foundations in Global Organizations 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 319 Negotiations in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 320 Quantitative Methods II, Decision Models 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 326 Integrated Information Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 327 Systems Analysis and Design 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 328 Decision Support Systems (DSS) 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 334 Cost Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 335 Cost Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 337 eCommerce in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 340 Institutional Environment of Business 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 345 Fraud Examination 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 351 Global Finance 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 360 Management in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 361 Project Management/Global Business Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 362 Global Information Systems 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 363 Financial Management in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 364 Research Methods and Design 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 371 Intermediate Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 372 Intermediate Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 373 Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 381 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 382 Creativity and Innovation 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 385 Business Internship 2-12 sem. hrs.

BUS 385-1 Internship: Global Focus 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 400 CBC Experience 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 404 Advanced HR Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 405 Advanced Business Finance I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 406 Advanced Business Finance II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 410 Global Management and Culture 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 415 Advanced Investments 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 416 Marketing Strategy & Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 417 Operations Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 418 Team Global Management and Leadership Seminar 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 423 Federal Tax, I Individual 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 424 Federal Tax II, Corporate and Partnerships 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 425 Accounting Software Systems 3 sem. Hrs.

BUS 426 Sales Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 427 Computer Networking and Data Communication 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 428 Software and System Development Project 4 sem. hrs.

BUS 430 Current Topics in Marketing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 434 Auditing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 435 Advanced Auditing 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 440 Organizational Change and Development 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 441 Product Development and Innovation 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 442 Branding & Brand Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 443 Services Marketing Globally 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 444 Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 445 Contemporary Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 448 Sustainability Achieved Through Organization Change and Development 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 450 International Business 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 460 Professional Development Seminar 1 sem. hrs.

BUS 465 Integrative Global Business Experience III 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 470 Advanced Accounting I 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 471 Advanced Accounting II 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 483 Strategic Entrepreneurial Management 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 490 Business Policy Seminar 3 sem. hrs.

BUS 492 Independent Study 1-3 sem. hrs.

BUS 493 Special Topics in Business 1-3 sem. hrs.

Economics (ECON)

MBA Prep Series Courses

The Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing

Mission

Goals and Outcomes

Philosophy

Nursing B.S.N. Major Requirements - The Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing

Nursing B.S.N.

Nursing B.S.N. Accelerated Option

Nursing R.N.–M.S.N. Option for the Registered Nurse

Nursing R.N.–M.S.N. for the Registered Nurse

Gary and Linda Byers School of Nursing Courses

NURS 220PL/AC Theoretical Concepts for Nursing Practice 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 230PL/AC Health Assessment & Promotion for Nursing Practice 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 240PL/AC Clinical Pharmacology and Nursing Management 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 250 Introduction to Forensic Nursing 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 310PL/AC Foundations of Nursing with the Older Adult 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 320PL/AC Nursing To Promote Mental Health 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 330PL/AC Nursing of the Acutely Ill Adult I 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 335PL/AC Nursing of the Acutely Ill Adult II 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 340PL/AC Nursing with Families I 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 350 Spirituality and Health 1-3 sem. hrs.

NURS 351 Medical Terminology for Healthcare Professionals 2 sem. hrs.

NURS 356 Basic Concepts of Palliative Care: End of Life Care

NURS 358 Complementary and Alternative Therapies 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 410PL/AC Nursing Research 3 sem. hrs.

NURS 420PL/AC Nursing with Aggregates 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 425PL/AC Nursing with Families II 4 sem. hrs.

NURS 430PL/AC Nursing Leadership 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 440PL/AC Nursing with the Critically Ill 5 sem. hrs.

NURS 450PL/AC Professional Capstone 2 sem. hrs.

The following RN-BSN courses are available at the School for Professional Studies campus in Akron and Canton.

Associates Degree Major Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree Major Requirements

Adolescence to Young Adult: Life Sciences

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Language Arts

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Mathematics

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Science

Adolescence to Young Adult - Integrated Social Studies

Behavioral Sciences/Counseling (B.A./M.A.)

Biochemistry (B.S.)

Bioinformatics (B.S.)

Biology (B.S.)

Biology — Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, Pre-Optical, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinary (B.S.)

Biology — Pre-Physical Therapy (B.S.)

Accelerated B.S. Biology/Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) Program

Chemistry (B.S.)

Chemistry — Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical, Pre-Optical, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinary (B.S.)

Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.)

Communication (B.A.)

Comprehensive Science (B.S.)

Computer Science (B.S.)

Corporate Communication (B.A.)

Early Childhood Education Licensure Program (B.S.E.)

Early Childhood Intervention Specialist Licensure Program (ECIS) with Moderate/Intensive Intervention Specialist Licensure (B.S.E.)

Education (Non Licensure Program) (B.S or B.A.)

English (B.A.)

Environmental Science (B.S.) - Analytical Chemistry Concentration

Environmental Science (B.S.) - Applied Biological Sciences Concentration

Exercise Science (B.S.) - Graduate School/Physical Therapy Track

Exercise Science (B.S.) - Professional Track

French (B.A.)

General Studies (B.A. or B.S.)

Government and Foreign Affairs (B.A.)

History (B.A.)

International Relations Major (B.A.)

Intervention Specialist — Licensure Program— Mild/Moderate Intervention Program

Intervention Specialist — Licensure Program— Moderate/Intensive Intervention Program

Mathematics (B.S.)

Middle Childhood Education

Multi-Age Physical Education

Museum Studies

Philosophy (B.A.)

Supplementary Major in Philosophy (B.A.)

Physical Education (B.S.)

Psychology — Community/Clinical (B.A.)

Psychology — Pre-Occupational Therapy (Pre-OT) (B.A.)

Psychology — Pre-Physical Therapy (Pre-PT) (B.A.)

Psychology — Research (B.A.)

Sociology — Applied Criminology & Criminal Justice (B.A.)

Sociology — Applied Family Studies (B.A.)

Sociology — Research Methods and Data Analysis (B.A.)

Spanish (B.A.)

Spanish for Health Care (B.A.)

Theology (B.A.)

Supplementary Major in Theology (B.A.)

Academic Programs Through the School for Professional Studies (SPS)

General Liberal Arts Programs

Minor Requirements

Course Descriptions

American Sign Language Courses (ASL)

Arabic Courses (ARBC)

Art Courses (ART)

Adolescence To Young Adult Education Courses (AYA)

Behavioral Sciences Courses (BSC)

Biology Courses (BIO)

BIO 100 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 101 Principles of Biology I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 101L Principles of Biology I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 102 Principles of Biology II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 102L Principles of Biology II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 120 Introduction to Bioinformatics 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 200 Medical Terminology 1 sem. hr.

BIO 206 Microbiology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 206L Microbiology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 209 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 209L Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 210 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 210L Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 280 Bioinformatics Seminar 1 sem. hr.

BIO 290 Pathophysiology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 301 Anatomy and Evolution of Vertebrates 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 302 Parasitology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 302L Parasitology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 303 Pathogenic Bacteriology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 303L Pathogenic Bacteriology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 304 Immunology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 304L Immunology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 305 Botany 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 306 Cell Biology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 306L Cell Biology Lab 1 sem. hr.

BIO 307 Essential Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 309 Human Physiology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 314 General Ecology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 315 Field Botany 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 320 Biochemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 320L Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 321 Biochemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 321L Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

ES/BIO 330 Conservation Biology 3 sem. hrs.

ES/BIO 335 Biogeochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

ES/BIO 435 Limnology (Aquatic Ecology) 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 390 Biology Internship 1-2 sem. hrs.

BIO 401 Embryology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 402 Genetics 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 402L Genetics Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 403 Clinical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 404 Physical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 405 Microanatomy 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 405L Microanatomy Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 406 Molecular Biology 4 sem. hrs.

BIO 407 Molecular Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 408 Virology 3 sem. hrs.

BIO 408L Virology Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

BIO 409 Cell Culture 2 sem. hrs.

BIO 410 Evolution 2-3 sem. hrs.

BIO 411-412 Introduction to Research 1-2 sem. hrs.

BIO 420 Bioinformatics Applications 3 sem. hrs.

Chemistry Courses (CHEM)

CHEM 100 Introduction to Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 101 Principles of Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 101L Principles of Chemistry Lab I 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 102 Principles of Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 102L Principles of Chemistry Lab II 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 109 General, Organic, and Biochemistry I (GOBC I) 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 109L General, Organic, and Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 110 General, Organic, and Biochemistry II (GOBC II) 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 110L General, Organic, and Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 198-199 Chemistry Career Seminar I 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 201L Organic Chemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 202L Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry for Environmental Science 4 sem. hrs.

CHEM 298-299 Chemistry Career Seminar II 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 300 Foundation of Physical Chemistry 4 sem. hrs.

CHEM 301 Quantitative Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 301L Quantitative Analysis Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 302 Instrumental Analysis 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 302L Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 303 Modern Analytical Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 303L Modern Analytical Chemistry Lab 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 305 Inorganic Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 305L Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 307 Essential Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 320 Biochemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 320L Biochemistry I Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 321 Biochemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 321L Biochemistry II Laboratory 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 390 Chemistry Career Seminar III 2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 398 Chemistry Career Seminar III 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 401 Physical Chemistry I 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 401L Physical Chemistry I Lab 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 402 Physical Chemistry II 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 402L Physical Chemistry II Lab 1 sem. hr.

CHEM 403 Clinical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 404 Physical Biochemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 405 Topics in Chemistry 2-3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 407 Molecular Pharmacology 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 411-412 Introduction to Research 1-2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 415L Integrated Laboratory Experience 2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 416L Integrated Laboratory Experience II 2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 417L Integrated Laboratory Experience III 2 sem. hrs.

CHEM 440 NMR Theory and Applications 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 450 Environmental Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 460 Materials Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 470 Nano and Fuel Chemistry 3 sem. hrs.

CHEM 498-499 Chemistry Career Seminar 1 sem. hr.

Communication Courses (COM)

COM 110 Broadcast Practicum 1-2 sem. hrs.

COM 115 Broadcast Staff Practicum 3 sem. hrs.

COM 120 Newspaper Practicum 1-2 sem. hrs.

COM 125 Newspaper Staff Practicum 3 sem. hrs.

COM 130 Television Practicum 1-3 sem. hrs.

COM 210 Mass Communication and Society 3 sem. hrs.

COM 211 Speech 3 sem. hrs.

COM 212 Interpersonal Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 220 Principles of Acting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 225 Oral Interpretation 3 sem. hrs.

COM 250 Writing for Mass Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 285 Visual Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 290-299 Series: Special Topics in Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 290 Race, Gender and Power in the Mass Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 291 Sports Broadcasting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 292 Digital Photojournalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 295 Graphic Design 3 sem. hrs.

COM 305 Intercultural Communication

COM 311 Professional Presentations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 315 Group Process 3 sem. hrs.

COM 320 Research Methods in Mass Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 330 Desktop Publishing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 340 Radio Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 345 Television & Video Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 350 Advanced Journalistic Writing and Editing for Print Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 355 Broadcast Writing and Journalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 360 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 365 Advertising/Public Relations Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 370 Mass Media Law and Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

COM 385 Film as Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-419 Series: Advanced Special Topics in Communication 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-2 Magazine Article Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 402 Advanced Desktop Publishing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-3 Computer Assisted Reporting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-4 Sports Writing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-5 Writing for Social Media 3 sem. hrs.

COM 400-7 Screenwriting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 402 Advanced Desktop Publishing 3 sem. hrs.

COM 408 Advanced Digital Photojournalism 3 sem. hrs.

COM 420 Mass Communication Issues and Ethics 3 sem. hrs.

COM 430 Media Internship 1-6 sem. hrs.

COM 440 Advanced Acting 3 sem. hrs.

COM 445 Advanced Television and Video Production 3 sem. hrs.

COM 460 Advanced Advertising/Public Relations 3 sem. hrs.

COM 475 Senior Capstone Experience In Corporate Communications 3 sem. hrs.

COM 490 Independent Study 3 sem. hrs.

Computer Science Courses (CS)

Early Childhood Education Courses (ECE)

Education Courses (EDUC)

English Courses (ENG)

ENG 100 Writing Workshop 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 101 Exploration of Self 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 102 Reading and Writing Connections 3 sem. hrs.

ENG 111-1 & 111-2 Exploration of Self in Community 6 sem. hrs.

Introduction To Literature Series

The Survey Series

The Special Topics Series

Seminar Capstone Experience

English as a Second Language Courses (ESL)

Environmental Science Courses (ES)

Exercise Science Courses (EXS)

French Courses (FREN)

General Education Courses (GE)

Gender Studies Courses (GS)

German Courses (GER)

Government and Foreign Affairs Courses (GFA)

History Courses (HIST)

HIST 101 World Civilization to 1500 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 102 World Civilization 1500 to Present 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 103 History of the United States to 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 104 History of the United States Since 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 204 Diplomatic History of the United States Since 1877 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 205 American Colonial History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 208 The French Revolution and Napoleon 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 225 African-American History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 227 Women in United States History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 308 History of the Ancient World 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 309 History of Medieval Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 310 History of Early Modern Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 311 History of Modern Europe 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 313 The Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 318 The Industrial Revolution in the World 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 320 History of Ohio 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 323 Making Modern England 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 325 Civil War & Reconstruction 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 328 Gilded and Progressive Age America 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 334 Constitutional History of the United States 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 335 The United States in the Twentieth Century 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 336 Modern Latin America 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 337 The Modern Middle East 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 338 History of Africa 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 350 American Catholic History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 400 Senior Seminar: Methodology and Research 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 410 Aspects of East Asian Civilization 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 413 European Intellectual History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 425 Readings in History 3 sem. hrs.

HIST 435 The Papacy 3 sem. hrs.

Honors Courses (HON)

Humanities Courses (HUM)

Intervention Specialist Courses (ISE)

Italian Courses (ITAL)

Jewish Studies Courses (JS)

Latin Courses (LAT)

Mathematics Courses (MATH)

Middle Childhood Education Courses (MCE)

Museum Studies Courses (MS)

Music Courses (MUS)

Natural Sciences Courses (NS)

Peace Studies Courses (PEAC)

Philosophy Courses (PHIL)

Physical Education Courses (PE)

Physics Courses (PHYS)

Psychology Courses (PSYCH)

Sociology Courses (SOC)

SOC 101 Principles of Sociology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 202 Cultural Anthropology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 204 Social Problems 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 205 Social and Cultural Diversity 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 206 Cross-Cultural Issues in Gender

SOC 207 Population 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 208 Deviance 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 210 Juvenile Crimes and Justice 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 211 Writing and Research in Sociology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 212 Criminal Justice 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 213 Sociology of Growing Up 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 220 Social Research Methods (formerly SOC 302) 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 301 Women and the Criminal Justice System (formerly Women in Prison) 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 303 Marriage, Family and Intimacy (formerly Family Systems) 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 304 Urban Sociology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 305 Criminology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 306 Gangs, Guns and Grades:Education and Inequality 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 307 Death, Dying and Bereavement 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 309 Corrections 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 311 Health and Illness (formerly Health, Healing & Wellness) 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 312 Victimology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 313 Selected Topics in Applied Sociology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 313-1 Selected Topics in Applied Sociology: Terrorism and Organized Crime 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 313-2 Selected Topics in Applied Sociology: Crime, Media and Culture 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 314 Sociology of Aging (formerly Critical Issues in Adult Development) 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 320 Data Collection Techniques 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 321 Data Analysis and Management 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 401 Sociological Theory 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 460-1 Research Project Proposal 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 460-2 Senior Research Project 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 490 Independent Study in Applied Sociology 3 sem. hrs.

SOC 490-1 Ugandan Experiences 3 sem. hrs.

Spanish Courses (SPAN)

SPAN 101-102 Elementary Spanish 6 sem. hrs.

SPAN 101-2 – 102-2 Elementary Spanish for Health Care 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 201-202 Intermediate Spanish 6 sem. hrs.

SPAN 201-2 – 202-2 Intermediate Spanish for Health Care 6 sem. hrs.

SPAN 300 Spanish for Business 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 301-302 Advanced Spanish 6 sem. hrs.

SPAN 301-2 Advanced Spanish I for Health Care 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 305 Survey of Spanish American Literature I 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 306 Survey of Spanish American Literature II 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 307 Conversational Spanish 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 307-2 Conversational Spanish for Health Care 4 sem. hrs.

SPAN 308 Readings in Spanish 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 308-2 Readings in Spanish for Health Care 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 309 Latin American Short Story 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 310 Human Rights in Latin America 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 311 Health Care Disparities for Minority Communities & Medical Terminology 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 321 Latin American Civilization and Culture 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 322 Latin American Film 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 358 Companion Course for NURS 358 Complementary and Alternative Therapies 1 sem. hr.

SPAN 404 Contemporary Spanish Culture and Literature 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 406 Definitions of Gender in Hispanic Culture 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 408 Advanced Reading and Conversation on Recent Issues in Hispanic Culture 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 409 Medical Spanish Translation and Interpreting 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 480 Spanish Internship 1-6 sem. hrs.

SPAN 491 Studies in Spanish 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 499 Spanish Capstone Experience 3 sem. hrs.

SPAN 499-2 Spanish Capstone Experience for Health Care 3 sem. hrs.

Theology Courses (THEO)

Faculty and Staff Directory

Board of Directors 2013–2014

Advisory Boards

Campus Map

Index