Sep 21, 2020  
2018-2019 General Catalog 
    
2018-2019 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG–FOR INFORMATION ONLY]

Course Descriptions


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English as a Second Language Education

  
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    EESL 5340 - Integrating Language Acquisition and Content Instruction


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply sheltered instruction models to integrate language acquisition and content instruction in the core curriculum for ESL learners. Service-learning project required. (Spring [Online], Arranged) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    EESL 5350 - Involving Parents, Family, and Community in ESL Education


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply models and best practices to involve parents, family, and the community as resources to help create positive learning environments for ESL education. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    EESL 5580 - Practicum


    0.5 Credit(s) 5 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    EESL 6300 - Methods and Materials for Teaching ESL


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply theories on the nature and role of language, culture, and learning environments as they relate to second language development, literacy, and academic achievement of ESL learners. (Spring [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only

  
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    EESL 6310 - Theories for the Acquisition of a Second Language


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply theories of first and second language acquisition and cognition to support English language proficiency, literacy, cognitive development, and academic success of ESL learners. (Fall [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education with Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only

  
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    EESL 6320 - Testing and Evaluation of Pupils Studying ESL


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply appropriate assessment practices for ESL learners with regard to accommodation, proficiency, placement, and academic achievement. Service-Learning project is required. (Spring [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education with Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only

  
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    EESL 6330 - Developing a Curriculum for Pupils Studying ESL


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply strategies and methods for selecting, adapting, and developing materials and resources in planning, implementing, and managing standards-based instruction for ESL learners. (Fall [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education with Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only

  
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    EESL 6340 - Integrating Language Acquisition and Content Instruction


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply sheltered instruction models to integrate language acquisition and content instruction in the core curriculum for ESL learners. Service-learning project required. (Spring [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education with Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only

  
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    EESL 6350 - Family and Parent Involvement in Education


    3 Credit(s)

    Study and apply models and best practices to involve parents, family, and the community as resources to help create positive learning environments for ESL education. (Fall [As Needed]) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Administrative Licensure, Master of Education with Licensure, Master of Education, or non-degree seeking Master of Education majors only


Family Life and Human Development

  
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    FLHD 1500 - Human Development through the Lifespan


    3 Credit(s)

    Emphasizes and examines aspects of human development across the lifespan. Includes holistic view of developmental changes that integrate theories, research and application. Overview of the development of the individual and the family in society. (Fall, Spring, Summer) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    FLHD 2400 - Marriage and Family Relations


    3 Credit(s)

    Examines concepts and skills which enhance human growth and development within the context of marriage and family. Helps students understand how intimate relationships are formed, maintained, and change over time. Factors affecting marriages and families are studied and applied. (Fall, Spring, Summer) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    FLHD 2610 - Introduction to Early Childhood Programs


    3 Credit(s)

    Introduction to various child care programs. Emphasizes guidance techniques for infants, toddlers, and preschool children. Two (2) lectures per week. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): FLHD 2611  

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 2611 - Guidance Lab


    0 Credit(s)

    Laboratory practicum experience is a requirement of this course. Two (2) lab hours per week are required. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): FLHD 2610  

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

  
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    FLHD 2700 - Consumerism and Family Finance in American Society


    3 Credit(s)

    Teaches principles necessary for individuals to act as informed, educated, and responsible citizens in the financial realm. Promotes critical thinking, problem solving, and action on the part of each student. Includes experiences designed to assist the student in applying the principles discussed. (Fall, Spring, Summer) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    FLHD 3100 - Foundations of School Counseling


    3 Credit(s)

    This course will study key components of comprehensive school counseling programs, including a systemic, data-driven approach, guidance curriculum, and educational and career planning. The course will begin with a review of the historical, philosophical, legal, and ethical competencies of counselors in elementary and secondary schools in America. Pertinent laws and ethical standards will be explored. The current and emerging role of the school counselor will be covered with particular attention to the area of recent emphasis in the field of school counseling. (Spring, Summer) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3200 - Child Development: Infancy through Twelve


    3 Credit(s)

    An in-depth study of biological, cognitive, and psychosocial development from conception through age twelve. Includes a 10-hour practicum with children. (Fall) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3300 - Family Processes and Theory


    3 Credit(s)

    Discussion of family processes and theories as they relate to researching, understanding, assessing, and helping families. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3350 - Values and Ethics in Family Services


    3 Credit(s)

    Examines personal values and professional ethics as they relate to working with individuals and families. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3360 - Divorce and Remarriage


    3 Credit(s)

    Reviews the personal, family, and legal aspects of divorce and remarriage. Discusses antecedents and consequences of divorce, and coping and adapting to divorce and remarriage. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3370 - Cross-Cultural Marriage, Family, and Human Development


    3 Credit(s)

    A survey of marriage, family life, and human development across cultures. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3610 - Play and Advanced Guidance


    3 Credit(s)

    Review of developmental principles and guidance philosophies. Will include the meaning of play and its value in meeting needs of the growing child. Two (2) lectures per week. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): FLHD 3620  

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3620 - Advanced Preschool Lab


    0 Credit(s)

    Practical laboratory experience. Three (3) lab hours per week. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): FLHD 3610  

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3700 - Principles of Effective Parenting


    3 Credit(s)

    Emphasizes theoretical foundations for effective parenting strategies and skills. Examines historical and current parenting perspectives. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3800 - Child Care Administration and Management


    3 Credit(s)

    Comprehensive study of administrative and managerial aspects of child care. Emphasizes planning and developing quality child care programs. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): (FLHD 1500  or PSY 1110) and FLHD 2610  and FLHD 2611  and FLHD 3610  and FLHD 3620   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 3900 - Early Childhood Curriculum and Assessment


    3 Credit(s)

    Focuses on an integrated approach to teaching in the early childhood classroom. Emphasis on developmentally appropriate curriculum, planning, methods of instruction, and assessment. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): (FLHD 1500  or PSY 1110) and FLHD 2610  and FLHD 2611   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4100 - Family Problems and Solutions


    3 Credit(s)

    Discusses common problems and issues that families experience and mediation techniques and theories for family intervention. (Fall) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4160 - Fathering: Scholarship and Intervention


    3 Credit(s)

    Quality fathering across cultures and in varied family circumstances. Historical changes in fathering, challenges to good fathering, and effective interventions with fathers. (Fall) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4200 - Family Life Education


    3 Credit(s)

    Developing competencies in basic principles of family life education: curriculum design, development, implementation, and evaluation. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4250 - Marital Problems and Solutions


    3 Credit(s)

    Discusses common marital problems and issues and techniques and theories used in relationship interventions. (Fall) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100  or PSY 1110 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4300 - Human Sexuality


    3 Credit(s)

    An introduction to the development and expression of human sexual values, attitudes, and behaviors in relationships and the family. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4500 - Family Law and Public Policy


    3 Credit(s)

    This course examines contemporary family life and the impact of government laws, policies, and programs on family life over time and across contexts and cultures. It examines both the intended and unintended consequences of policies for families across a variety of policy matters, from anti-poverty policies to health and workplace policies. It also explores the varied effects those policies and programs can have on different types of families and different aspects of family functioning and well-being. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 1500   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
  
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    FLHD 4830 - Readings and Conferences


    1 Credit(s) 4 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 8

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4840 - Cooperative Education


    1 Credit(s) 8 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 8

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4880 - Child Care Teaching Practicum


    4 Credit(s)

    Early childhood teaching practicum is designed to provide experience in administration, curriculum development, and managerial facets of early childhood programs. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FLHD 3610  and FLHD 3620  and ECED 3920  and ECED 3950   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FLHD 4890 - Internship


    1 Credit(s) 12 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 12

    Registration Restriction(s): None


Finance

  
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    FIN 2870 - Personal Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    A study to educate each individual in a role as consumer; to aid in making wise and informed spending decisions; and to discuss marketplace, governmental services, budgeting, personal money management, and other consumer-related problems. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    FIN 3110 - Risk and Insurance


    3 Credit(s)

    This course explores the numerous methods now used by businesses and other organizations to protect against risk. Besides the traditional methods of insurance, the course also introduces diversification, hedging, derivatives, guarantees, options, futures contracts, and other methods of risk control. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing or approved department minor required

  
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    FIN 3250 - Managerial Finance I


    3 Credit(s)

    This is the first of a two-course series designed to ground students in the theories, concepts, and applications of finance with an emphasis on financial ratios, time value of money, project analysis, cost of capital, and risk management. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): ACCT 2010  and MATH 1050  and (MATH 1040  or MATH 2040) - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FIN 3260 - Managerial Finance II


    3 Credit(s)

    This course is an extension of FIN 3250 . The focus of this course is on capital structure, capital acquisition working capital management, risk management, inventory control, and cash management. (Fall) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3250   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 3400 - Entrepreneurial Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    This course provides students with an understanding of the financial tools used in creating, running, and valuing entrepreneurial enterprises. It includes an overview of the entrepreneurial process, including different organizational structures, financing sources, and the value of intellectual property protections. The course also covers the valuation techniques commonly used by professional investors, and examines how investors, particularly private equity sources, select projects for investment. Students will learn to use common financial ratios and cash flow projections to analyze the liquidity and profitability of the firm. A semester-long project will help students apply these techniques and ideas. (Summer) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3250   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 3500 - Real Estate Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    This course introduces students to the real estate industry with a focus on the financing and valuation of real estate assets. The class applies time-value-of-money concepts to evaluating the attractiveness of different loans, including the impact of loan points, early repayment, and adjustable payments. It also covers important aspects of real estate contracts and the secondary mortgage market. A major portion of the course focuses on valuation techniques that are commonly used in the real estate appraisal process, including common lease terms and their impact on the value of projects. This course provides excellent preparation for students interested in undertaking the professional licensing process. (Summer) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3250   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 3750 - Investments


    3 Credit(s)

    Security markets selection of stocks for portfolio, basic investment analysis, and introduction to various investment vehicles. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 3770 - Financial Institutions and Markets


    3 Credit(s)

    A study of financial institutions and processes established to acquire funds and other resources and to distribute these to those with financial needs. Emphasis is on opportunities and risks in financial markets and the means to deal with these forces. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 4250 - Advanced Managerial Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    Analytical and quantitative techniques using a conceptual approach for creative and contextual decision-making in asset allocation and management. Topics include working capital and fixed asset management, capital budgeting, capital structure, and debt management. The class uses the case approach and assumes that the student has an understanding of basic accounting and managerial finance. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3260   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 4450 - Options and Futures


    3 Credit(s)

    This course provides an introduction to futures and options, collectively known as derivative securities. Topics discussed include the markets where derivatives are traded and risk and valuation of derivative securities. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FIN 4600 - Applied Analysis for the CFA Exam


    3 Credit(s)

    This course is designed to prepare students interested in pursuing the CFA designation, in preparation for a career in financial management. It will serve as an in-depth review of key topics from the prerequisite courses and will also cover new material in financial statement adjustment and analysis, probability and statistics, and current standards and practices in the investments industry. At the end of the course, students will be prepared to take the June Level 1 exam offered through the CFA Institute. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3250  and FIN 3260  and FIN 3750  and ECON 2500  and ECON 3210   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FIN 4760 - Investments II


    3 Credit(s)

    An extension of FIN 3750 , this course teaches additional topics in Investments including futures, options, and other derivatives, as well as the creation and management of mutual funds and other portfolios. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FIN 3750   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Advanced standing required

  
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    FIN 4890 - Internship


    1 Credit(s) 12 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (Fall, Spring) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 12

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FIN 4900 - Special Topics


    1 Credit(s) 3 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 12

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FIN 6000 - Foundations of Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    This course provides an accelerated overview of the theories and methods of finance in support of the common body of knowledge core required for all MBA students not having previous business coursework. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): MBA majors only

  
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    FIN 6100 - Advanced Topics in Finance


    3 Credit(s)

    Selected topics that extend FIN 6000 . These may include (but are not limited to): 1) issuing and debt; 2) uses of options, futures, and other derivatives; 3) short-term capital management; 4) mergers, acquisitions, and bankruptcy; and 5) international finance. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): MAcc or MBA majors only


French

  
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    FREN 1010 - Beginning French I


    4 Credit(s)

    Designed for students with little or no language experience. This course will emphasize conversation, vocabulary building, and basic grammar. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Humanities Knowledge Area
  
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    FREN 1020 - Beginning French II


    4 Credit(s)

    This course is a continuation of FREN 1010  and is designed for students with one (1) semester or its equivalent in French and serves as a continued introduction to the French language. The course stresses all four language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 1010   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

    General Education Course: Humanities Knowledge Area
  
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    FREN 1030 - Accelerated French I


    4 Credit(s)

    This intensive course combines FREN 1010  and FREN 1020 . It is intended for students with two (2) years of high school French or the equivalent and/or honors students or those who want to move through the sequence quickly. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Humanities Knowledge Area
  
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    FREN 2010 - Intermediate French I


    4 Credit(s)

    This course is designed for students having completed FREN 1020  or its equivalent and serves as an intensive review of the French language. The course will stress the four language acquisition skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 1020  or FREN 1030   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

    General Education Course: Humanities Knowledge Area
  
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    FREN 2020 - Intermediate Grammar and Conversation


    4 Credit(s)

    This course is designed for students having completed FREN 2010  or its equivalent and serves as an intensive review of the French language. The course will stress the four language acquisition skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2010   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

    General Education Course: Humanities Knowledge Area
  
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    FREN 2030 - Accelerated French II


    4 Credit(s)

    This intensive course combines FREN 2010  and FREN 2020 . It serves as an intensive review of the French language and is intended for those who want to move through the second year French language sequence quickly. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 1020  or FREN 1030   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 2921 - Study Abroad: French Language I


    3 Credit(s)

    During study abroad, students take intensive French classes at language schools. This course allows for credit to be given to lower-division students for this coursework abroad. May be repeated up to six (6) credits. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

  
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    FREN 3010 - Advanced Conversation


    3 Credit(s)

    This course is to promote oral proficiency in French by developing the three higher-level skills of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3030 - Introduction to the Study of Language


    3 Credit(s)

    This course is an introduction to the major features of human language. Topics include speech production, the structure of words and sentences, language change, and first and second language acquisition. Examples from a variety of languages will illustrate the commonalities and diversity to be found among the world’s languages. This course is taught in English. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3100 - Conversation Through Film


    3 Credit(s)

    This is a conversation course that utilizes film as its organizing structure. We will focus on the development of intermediate and advanced conversational fluency through the viewing and discussion of a variety of films. Pre-, during, and post-viewing activities will guide and scaffold students’ interaction with the material, thus providing opportunities to improve listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the target language. In addition to developing linguistic abilities, we will also focus on cultural competence. The study of films from various genres, styles, countries, and historical periods will allow students the opportunity to engage in the analysis and discussion of aesthetic, historical, cultural, and socio-political topics. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3210 - Advanced French Grammar


    3 Credit(s)

    Detailed presentation of French grammar, composition, and translation. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3220 - Composition and Discussion


    3 Credit(s)

    The materials for this course come from literary and journalistic texts which treat a variety of aspects of French culture. These serve as a point of departure for the course’s emphasis on writing and conversation. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3230 - Advanced Vocabulary Study


    3 Credit(s)

    This course helps students develop and expand their French vocabulary by study the formation of words (prefixes, suffixes, roots, and compound words). Students learn to use precise words in different contexts and to discern and use the different registers to improve oral and written communication. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3410 - Advanced French Phonetics and Pronunciation


    3 Credit(s)

    This course improves students’ pronunciation of French. It analyzes the rule governing liaison and the International Phonetic Alphabet as it relates to French. Students learn to transcribe French using the IPA and read phonetic transcription of French words. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3510 - History and Culture of Premodern France


    3 Credit(s)

    This course is an overview of the historical and cultural development of France from the Gauls to the French Revolution. It emphasizes the role that France has played in intellectual and social movements and in major political changes in Europe. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3512 - History and Culture of Modern France


    3 Credit(s)

    The course is an overview of the historical and cultural development of France from the ascent of Napoleon Bonaparte to the Fifth Republic and today’s France. Culture and history will be viewed through the lens of several cities, but mostly Paris, a city that has witnessed all major events of the national history. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3640 - Topics in French Language


    3 Credit(s)

    An in-depth study of an aspect of the French language of an historical, linguistic, or grammatical nature, such as History of the French Language, Topics in Advanced Grammar, or French for the Professions. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3921 - Study Abroad: French Language II


    3 Credit(s)

    During study abroad, students take intensive French classes at language schools. This course allows for credit to be given to upper-division students for this coursework abroad. May be repeated up to six (6) credits. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 3923 - Study Abroad: French Culture


    3 Credit(s)

    During study abroad, students study both high, low, and popular culture. The course, depending on the location and year, may target French or Francophone art, architecture, theatre, literature, music, cuisine, and history. Students are immersed in another culture and learn that cultures’ mores. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4210 - French Poetry


    3 Credit(s)

    This course introduces students to poetry in French by reading and analyzing poems from each of the important periods and movements. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4220 - French Novel and Short Story


    3 Credit(s)

    This course introduces students to novels and short stories in French by reading and analyzing fiction from each of the important periods and movements. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4230 - French Theater


    3 Credit(s)

    This course introduces students to theater in French by reading and analyzing plays from each of the important periods and movements. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4510 - Introduction to Translation


    3 Credit(s)

    Practicum where translation skills are developed at an advanced level. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4640 - Topics in French Studies


    3 Credit(s)

    A thorough analysis of a cultural or literary topic in France and/or Francophone countries. May be repeated for up to six (6) credits total. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 2020  or FREN 2030  or equivalent - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 6

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4830 - Readings and Conferences


    1 Credit(s) 3 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 3

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4890 - Internship


    1 Credit(s) 5 Maximum Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 10

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    FREN 4900 - Methods of Teaching Foreign Language


    3 Credit(s)

    Students are introduced to contemporary, practical methodologies. They create, present, and critique learning activities. The course is designed to prepare students to teach a foreign language. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): FREN 3210  or FREN 3220  or FREN 3230  or FREN 3640   - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
    Registration Restriction(s): Junior or Senior standing required

  
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    FREN 4980 - Student Teaching


    2 Credit(s)

    Description unavailable. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Registration Restriction(s): None


Geography

  
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    GEOG 1000 - Earth’s Natural Environments: Physical Geography


    3 Credit(s)

    A geographic analysis of the processes and distributions of the elements of Earth’s natural environment, i.e. atmosphere, lithosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

    General Education Course: Physical Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    GEOG 1005 - Earth’s Natural Environments: Physical Geography Lab


    1 Credit(s)

    Lab to accompany GEOG 1000. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 1000 

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Physical Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    GEOG 1300 - Globalization in the 21st Century: World Regional Geography


    3 Credit(s)

    A systematic study of the World’s major cultural regions, emphasizing physical, biological, cultural, demographic, economic, and political considerations. Problems of adjustment, including natural hazards, environmental concerns, and human problems are discussed. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall, Spring) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    GEOG 1400 - Human Geography


    3 Credit(s)

    Focuses on contemporary geographic perspectives of people, their activities, and cultural characteristics, including language, religion, population, politics, settlements, economic development, and environmental concerns. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

    General Education Course: Social and Behavioral Sciences Knowledge Area
  
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    GEOG 2900 - GPS Theory, Techniques, and Methods


    2 Credit(s)

    Priority is given to fieldwork and hands-on time with GPS units. Topic focus will vary according to the demographics of the students signed up for the class. Topics will range from GPS history theory, how GPS works, differential GPS, navigation and field collection techniques, and GIS integration. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Spring) [Graded]

    Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission
    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

  
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    GEOG 2920 - Workshop


    1 Credit(s) 3 Maximum Credit(s)

    Instructor approval is required. Preapproval of the Dean, Chair, and Registrar is required before signing up for this course if a letter grade is needed. Specifically, GEOG 2920 is used as a GIS programming course for substitution of the CS 1400  course. This course is also used for various workshops related to GIS, GPS, and remote sensing. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall, Spring) [Pass/Fail]

    Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission
    Repeatable? Yes - Number of Times: 3

    Registration Restriction(s): English as a Second Language majors may not enroll

  
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    GEOG 3110 - The Earth from Space: Intro to Remote Sensing


    3 Credit(s)

    Principles of remote sensing with emphasis on application of photographic, infrared, radar, and other imagery from aircraft and satellites. An interdisciplinary approach. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Spring - Odd Years) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3115 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3115 - Earth from Space: Intro to Remote Sensing Laboratory


    1 Credit(s)

    Laboratory to accompany GEOG 3110 . A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Spring - Odd Years) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3110 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3220 - Weather and Climate


    3 Credit(s)

    Elementary study of Earth’s atmosphere. Designed for both science and non-science majors to help fulfill major requirements in physical sciences and minor in geography. Especially recommended for students majoring in agriculture, forestry, earth sciences, physical science composite, and social science composite. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3225 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3225 - Weather and Climate Lab


    1 Credit(s)

    Lab class designed to accompany GEOG 3220 . A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3220 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3300 - World Political Geography


    3 Credit(s)

    Factors affecting the internal and external affairs of state. Relationships between spatial patterns and political decisions as they affect local, national, and international events. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3350 - Geomorphology


    2 Credit(s)

    Study of the dominant processes which shape the landscape; the major types of features related to volcanism, tectonism, glaciation, water, wind, etc., are also considered. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3355 

    Prerequisite(s): GEO 1110  or GEOG 1000  - Prerequisite Min. Grade: C
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3355 - Geomorphology Lab


    1 Credit(s)

    Lab class to accompany GEOG 3350 . A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3350 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3400 - Environmental Geography


    3 Credit(s)

    A study of human interactions with physical phenomena. Environmental principles, problems, and solutions; water, soil, air, mineral, biotic, energy, and scenic resources; preservation and conservation of earth’s resources; roles of modem technology and human populations. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3500 - Introduction to Cartography


    3 Credit(s)

    Principles and techniques of cartography, including perception, direction, scale, grids, projections, spatial data analysis, data manipulation, color theory and application, and principles of cartographic design. Introduction into computer-aided cartography. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall - Odd Years) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3505 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3505 - Introduction to Cartography Lab


    1 Credit(s)

    Lab to accompany GEOG 3500 . Concentrates on map design and production of maps by computer. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall - Odd Years) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3500 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3550 - Principles of Geographic Information Systems


    3 Credit(s)

    Fundamental concepts and uses of GIS as a problem-solving tool for spatial phenomena. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3555 

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3555 - Principles of GIS Lab


    2 Credit(s)

    Lab to accompany GEOG 3550 . The Principles of GIS Lab utilizes the current industry standard GIS software for lab assignments. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Fall) [Graded]

    Co-requisite(s): GEOG 3550 

    Prerequisite(s): CSIS 1000  - Prerequisite Min. Grade: C
    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3600 - Geography of Utah


    3 Credit(s)

    The role of interacting physical, biological, and cultural processes in shaping Utah’s unique and varied human and physical environments. Problems of adjustment, including natural hazards, environmental concerns, and human problems, are considered. Intended for social science composite majors, geography and geography teaching minors, and others considering upper-division credit. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (Spring) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3620 - Geography of North America


    3 Credit(s)

    An intensive, systematic analysis of the United States and Canada, concentrating on physical, biological, and cultural factors. Problems of adjustment, including natural hazards, the environment, and human problems, are evaluated. Intended for social science composite majors, geography and geography teaching minors, and others desiring upper division credit. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Graded]

    Registration Restriction(s): None

  
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    GEOG 3990 - Undergraduate Research in Geography/GIS


    2 Credit(s) 8 Maximum Credit(s)

    Lab and/or field course centered on helping the student conduct meaningful and novel research. Directed research and techniques used will be discussed. This course may be repeated for variable credit. Dean/Chair and Registrar approval for grade is needed. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0 or above) must be earned in this course before it can be counted in a physical science major or minor or as a prerequisite for any other course. (As Needed) [Pass/Fail]

    Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission
    Repeatable? Yes - Total Credits: 8

    Registration Restriction(s): None

 

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