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Academic Catalog

General Information

Undergraduate Programs

Academic Policies and Regulations

Curricula

Arts and Sciences Programs

College of Arts and Sciences

Actuarial Science

Aerospace Studies

American Studies

Ancient Studies

Asian Studies

Biology

Requirements for the Biology Major

Five Year Combined B.S. in Biology/M.S. in Education Option

Advisory Option—Biology Pre-Professional

Minor in Biology

Biology in the GER (See Curricula)

Biology in the GEP (See Curricula)

Biology Courses

BIO 101 Biology I: Cells (4 credits)

BIO 102 Biology II: Genetic and Evolutionary Biology (4 credits)

BIO 160 Heredity and Evolution (3 credits)

BIO 161 The Human Organism (3 credits)

BIO 162 Plants and Civilization (3 credits)

BIO 163 Unseen Life on Earth (4 credits)

BIO 164 Introductory Pharmacology (3 credits)

BIO 165 Exploring the Living World (4 Credits)

BIO 201 Biology III: Organismic Biology (4 credits)

BIO 260 Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing/Allied Health I (4 credits)

BIO 261 Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing/Allied Health II (4 credits)

BIO 270 Microbiology for Nursing/Allied Health (4 credits)

BIO 320 Science Education Service Learning Seminar (1 credit)

BIO 360 God and Evolution (3 credits)

BIO 390 Seminar Non-credit

BIO 401 Animal Behavior (4 credits)

BIO 402 Advanced Cell Biology (4 credits)

BIO 403 Biometrics and Modeling (4 credits)

BIO 404 Biochemistry (3 credits)

BIO 405 Biomechanics (4 credits)

BIO 406 Comparative Anatomy (4 credits)

BIO 407 Developmental Biology (4 credits)

BIO 408 Histology (4 credits)

BIO 409 Ecology (4 credits)

BIO 410 Light and Electron Microscopy (4 credits)

BIO 411 Molecular Genetics (4 credits)

BIO 412 Neurobiology (4 credits)

BIO 413 Plant Physiological Ecology (4 credits)

BIO 414 Plant Systematics (4 credits)

BIO 415 Immunology (4 credits)

BIO 416 Microbiology (4 credits)

BIO 417 Systemic Physiology (4 credits)

BIO 419 Invertebrate Zoology (4 credits)

BIO 420 Bioinformatics (4 credits)

BIO 421 Molecular and Cellular Biophysics (4 credits)

BIO 422 Applied and Environmental Microbiology (4 credits)

BIO 423 Evolution (4 credits)

BIO 424 Biotechnology

BIO 470 Special Topics in Biology (formerly Independent Study) (3 credits)

BIO 491-492 Biology Internship (3 credits)

BIO 493-494 Undergraduate Research (6 credits)

BIO 493-494 Honors Research (6 credits)

Chemical Biology

Chemistry

Requirements for the Chemistry Major with American Chemical Society Certification

Requirements for the Chemistry Major: Environmental Chemistry Option

Requirements for the Chemistry Major: Biochemistry Option

Requirements for the Chemistry Major/Education Double Major

Five Year Combined B.S. in Chemistry Education/M.S. in Education Option

Minor in Chemistry

Chemistry in the GEP (See Curricula)

Chemistry Courses

CHM 100 Chemistry for the Consumer (3 credits)

CHM 110-111 Food Chemistry I-II (6 credits)

CHM 120-125 General Chemistry I-II (6 credits)

CHM 121-126 General Chemistry (Honors) I-II (6 credits)

CHM 120L-125L General Chemistry Laboratory I-II (4 credits)

CHM 150 Pollution and Public Health

CHM 210-215 Organic Chemistry I-II (6 credits)

CHM 210L Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (1-2 credits)

CHM 215L Organic Chemistry Laboratory II ( 1-2 credits)

CHM 310-315 Physical Chemistry I-II (6 credits)

CHM 310L Physical Chemistry Laboratory (2 credits)

CHM 320 Physical Chemistry for Chemical Biology (3 credits)

CHM 330 Instrumental Analysis (3 credits)

CHM 330L Instrumental Analysis Laboratory (2 credits)

CHM 340 Biochemistry (3 credits)

CHM 340L Biochemistry Laboratory (1 credit)

CHM 350 Inorganic Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 350L Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory (2 credits)

CHM 370 Junior Special Topics in Chemistry (formerly Junior Independent Study) 3-6 credits

CHM 390 Chemistry Seminar Non-credit

CHM 393-394 Junior Research Studies I-II (3-6 credits)

CHM 400 Chemistry of the Earth (3 credits)

CHM 410 Biophysical Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 420 Environmental Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 430 Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 440 Organometallic Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 460 Aqueous Chemistry (3 credits)

CHM 470 Senior Special Topics in Chemistry (formerly Senior Independent Study) (3 credits)

CHM 480 Advanced Biochemistry:Inorganic Biochemistry (3 credits)

CHM 490 Spectroscopy (3 credits)

CHM 493-494 Senior Research Studies I-II 3-6 credits

CHM 493-494 Senior Honors Research I-II (3-6 credits)

Classics

Requirements for the Ancient Studies Major

Classics in the GEP (See Curricula)

Classics Concentration of the Ancient Studies Major

Integrated Learning Requirement

Advisory Option—Teacher Certification in Latin

Minor in Latin

Minor in Classical Humanities

Minor in Ancient Studies

Latin Courses

Greek Courses

Classical Humanities Courses

Communication Studies

Communication Studies Major Curriculum

Communication Studies Minor Curriculum

Communication Courses

Computer Science

Requirements for the Computer Science Major

Minor in Computer Science

Double Major in Computer Science

Requirements for Departmental Honors

Computer Science Courses

Criminal Justice

Economics

Education Unit

Department of Teacher Education

Department of Special Education

Department of Education Leadership

Office of Certification, Accreditation and Partnerships

Program Overview

Program of Studies (Effective August 15, 2010)

Education Programs of Study

Teacher Certification Program: Admission and Retention

Praxis Examinations

Education Course Descriptions

EDU 150 Schools in Society (3 credits)

EDU 151/151F Development, Cognition and Learning (3 credits)

EDU 155/155F Foundations of Early Childhood Education (3 credits)

EDU 157/157F Adolescent Development (3 credits)

EDU 221 (ART 221) Art Education in the Schools (4 credits)

EDU 231/231F Assessment and Evaluation in Education (3 credits)

EDU 232 Reading/Literature I (3 credits)

EDU 234 Field Experience for EDU 232 Reading/Literature I (1 credit)

EDU 240/EDU 240F Reading/Literature II (3 credits)

ECE 241 Social and Motor Development (3 credits)

EDU 242/242F Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Early Childhood (3 credits)

EDU 246/246F Literacy, Language and Culture (3 credits)

EDU 247 Literacy in the Content Areas (f. EDU 2311) (3 credits)

EDU 248/248F Writing in the Upper Grades (3 credits)

ECE 350 Assessment of Young Children (PreK-4) (f. ECE 2661) (3 credits)

EDU 351 Social Studies Methods PK-4 (f. EDU 2271) (3 credits)

EDU 352 Literacy/Social Studies Methods 4-8 (3 credits)

EDU 353 Reading in the Content Areas (f. EDU 2311) (3 credits)

EDU 354 Literacy, Language and Culture (3 credits)

EDU 355 Field Experience for EDU 351 Social Studies Methods PK-4 (1 credit)

EDU 356 Field Experience for EDU 352 Literacy/Social Studies Methods 4-8 (1 credit)

EDU 357 Education and the Jesuit Mission in Latin America (f. EDU 2711) (3 credits)

EDU 360 Science Methods PK-4 (f. EDU 2281) (3 credits)

EDU 361/361F Social Studies through the Arts (3 credits)

EDU 362 Science/Math Methods 4-8 (3 credits)

EDU 363/363F Science Methods PK-4 (f. EDU 2281) (3 credits)

EDU 364 Field Experience for EDU 360 Science Methods PK-4 (1 credit)

EDU 365/365F Mathematics and Technology PK-4 (3 credit)

EDU 366 Field Experience for EDU 362 Science/Math Methods 4-8 (1 credit)

EDU 422 Instructional Techniques and History of Art Education (f. EDU 2381) (3 credits)

EDU 423 Art Education Pedagogy Lab (EDU 2382) (1 credit)

EDU 470 Creative Expressions (f. EDU 2291) (3 credits)

EDU 471 Writing in the Classroom (3 credits)

EDU 490 Dual Major (PK-4 & Special Ed K-8) Student Teaching (f. EDU 2921) (12 credits)

EDU 495 PK-4 Student Teaching (f. EDU 2901) (12 credits)

EDU 496 Student Teaching 4-8 (12 credits)

EDU 497 Student Teaching 7-12 (f. EDU 2911) (12 credits)

EDU 410 Instructional Techniques for English* (f. EDU 2321) (3 credits)

EDU 411 Secondary Pedagogy Field Exp. for English (f. EDU 2322) (1 credit)

EDU 412/412F Instructional Techniques for Social Studies* ( f. EDU 2331) (3 credits)

EDU 413 Secondary Pedagogy Lab for Social Studies (f. EDU 2332) (1 credit)

EDU 414/414F Instructional Techniques for Foreign Languages* (f. EDU 2341) (3 credits)

EDU 415 Secondary Pedagogy Lab for Foreign Languages (f. EDU 2342) (1 credit)

EDU 416/416F Instructional Techniques for Mathematics* (f. EDU 2351) (3 credits)

EDU 417 Secondary Pedagogy Lab for Mathematics (f. EDU 2352) (1 credit)

EDU 418/418F Instructional Techniques for Science* (f. EDU 2361) (3 credits)

EDU 419 Secondary Pedagogy Lab for Science (f. EDU 2362) (1 credit)

EDU 421 Computers for Educators (f. EDU 2581) (3 credits)

EDU 424 English Linguistics (f. EDU 2371) (3 credits)

EDU 469 Perspectives of Women in Education (f. EDU 2601) (3 credits)

EDU 472 Independent Field Experience (1 credit)

EDU 486 Literature for Adolescents (f. EDU 2471) (3 credits)

Department of Special Education

English

English in the GEP (See Curricula)

Requirements for the English Major

Teacher Certification for Secondary Schools

Minor in English

Programs in Africana, American, Ancient, Asian, European, Gender, and Medieval/Renaissance/Reformation Studies

Seminars and Writing Workshops

Independent Studies and Internships

Writing Center

GEP Variable Course

GEP Signature Course

English First-Year Seminars

English 200-Level Courses

English 300-level Courses

ENG 301 Middle English Literature (3 credits)

ENG 302 Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature (3 credits)

ENG 303 Renaissance Drama (3 credits)

ENG 304 Eighteenth-Century British Literature (3 credits)

ENG 305 British Romanticism (3 credits)

ENG 306 Victorian Literature (3 credits)

ENG 307 British Modernism (3 credits)

ENG 310 Twentieth-Century Irish Fiction (3 credits)

ENG 311 Twentieth-Century Irish Poetry (3 credits)

ENG 312 Twentieth-Century Irish Drama (3 credits)

ENG 315 Literature of South Asia (3 credits)

ENG 316 World Literature Written in English (3 credits)

ENG 317 Literature of South Africa (3 credits)

ENG 319 The Modern/Postmodern Mood - Honors

ENG 321 Early American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 322 American Romantic and Transcendental Literature (3 credits)

ENG 323 American Literature, 1865–1915 (3 credits)

ENG 324 Major Trends in Modern American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 325 Contemporary American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 326 Music and American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 327 Southern Literature (3 credits)

ENG 328 African American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 329 Black Women Writers (3 credits)

ENG 331 Modern Drama (3 credits)

ENG 332 Playwriting (3 credits)

ENG 333 Reading, Writing, and Adapting for the Theatre: Dramaturgy (3 credits)

ENG 341 Poetry Workshop (3 credits)

ENG 342 Fiction Workshop (3 credits)

ENG 343 Nonfiction Workshop (3 credits)

ENG 344 Screenwriting (3 credits)

ENG 345 Writing Fellows, Theory and Practice in Peer Tutoring (3 credits)

ENG 361 The Art of Editing (3 credits)

ENG 362 Literary Journalism (3 credits)

ENG 363 Online News Production (3 credits)

ENG 370 Independent Study: Junior Level (3 credits)

ENG 381 The History of the English Language (3 credits)

ENG 382 Literary Theory: Plato to Poststructuralism (3 credits)

ENG 383 Seminar in Rhetorical Theory (3 credits)

ENG 384 The Essay (3 credits)

English 400-level Courses

ENG 401 Chaucer and the Medieval World (3 credits)

ENG 402 Shakespeare: Early Works (3 credits)

ENG 403 Shakespeare: Later Works (3 credits)

ENG 404 British/Irish/Anglophone Authors (3 credits)

ENG 405 Eighteenth-Century British Novel (3 credits)

ENG 406 Nineteenth-Century British Novel (3 credits)

ENG 407 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Novel (3 credits)

ENG 408 Contemporary British and Irish Novel (3 credits)

ENG 410 Irish Supernaturalist Fiction (3 credits)

ENG 415 Postcolonial Studies (3 credits)

ENG 416 Rebellious Women Writers: Reformers, Slaves, and Suffragists - Honors

ENG 419 Modernism and Postmodernism (3 credits)

ENG 420 American Authors (3 credits)

ENG 421 Nineteenth-Century American Novel (3 credits)

ENG 422 Twentieth-Century American Novel (3 credits)

ENG 423 American Poetry (3 credits)

ENG 424 Contemporary American Poetry (3 credits)

ENG 425 American Drama (3 credits)

ENG 426 Nature Writing in America (3 credits)

ENG 427 The Catholic Imagination in Contemporary American Literature (3 credits)

ENG 428 The Beat Rebellion (3 credits)

ENG 429 Reading and Writing the Civil Rights Movement (3 credits)

ENG 431 Special Topics in Theatre (3 credits)

ENG 432 Theatre Performance Practicum-English (3 credits)

ENG 441 Literacy as a Social Practice (3 credits)

ENG 442 Advanced Fiction-Writing

ENG 443 Special Topics in Writing (3 credits)

ENG 444 Writing Through Race, Class, and Gender (3 credits)

ENG 445 Gender and Narrative (3 credits)

ENG 446 Advanced Writing Project (3 credits)

ENG 448 Magazine Writing (3 credits)

ENG 449 Travel Reading and Writing (3 credits)

ENG 450 Literature, Writing, and Medicine (3 credits)

ENG 451 Food Writing (3 credits)

ENG 462 Narrative Journalism (3 credits)

ENG 463 Advanced Multimedia Journalism (3 credits)

ENG 464 Sports Journalism (3 credits)

ENG 465 Special Topics in Journalism (3 credits)

ENG 470 Independent Study: Senior Level (3 credits)

ENG 481 Literary Forms and Styles (3 credits)

ENG 482 Literature and Culture (3 credits)

ENG 483 Seminar in Narrative Form (3 credits)

ENG 484 Special Topics in Critical Theory (3 credits)

ENG 490 Journalism Internships: Independent Study (3 credits)

ENG 491 Community Service Internships: Independent Study (3 credits)

ENG 492 Writing and Editing Internships: Independent Study (3 credits)

ENG 493 Independent Research Project (Fall) (3 credits)

ENG 494 Independent Research Project (Spring) (3 credits)

Environmental Science

European Studies

Art Department

The Art Major

Art As a Second Major

Art Education Major

Art Minor

Art in the GEP (See Curricula)

Art History Courses

Painting and Drawing Courses

3-Dimensional Media Courses

Photography Courses

Special Courses for Majors

Modern and Classical Languages

Major In French, German, Italian, or Spanish

Minor in French, German, Italian, or Spanish

Minor in Spanish

Minor in Linguistics

Advisory Option—Teacher Certification in French, German, Italian, and Spanish

Honorary Societies

English as a Second Language

Chinese

French

French Studies

Honors in French and French Studies Courses

Study Abroad Courses

FRE 101- Beginning French I (4 credits)

FRE 102 Beginning French II (4 credits)

FRE 201 Intermediate French I (3 credits)

FRE 202 Intermediate French II (3 credits)

FRE 301 French Conversation (3 credits)

FRE 302 French Composition (3 credits)

FRE 310 Introduction to Literary Analysis (3 credits)

FRE 325 Comparative Stylistics and Translation (3 credits)

FRE 330 France: Medieval to Early Modern (3 credits)

FRE 331 France: The Enlightenment to Today (3 credits)

FRE 340 Current Events in the French Media (3 credits)

FRE 401 Advanced Oral Expression (3 credits)

FRE 402 French Theater in Practice (3 credits)

FRE 410 The French Novel (3 credits)

FRE 412 Telling Tales:Short Narratives in Francophone Literature (3 credits)

FRE 413 French Poetry (3 credits)

FRE 414 The French Essay (3 credits)

FRE 421 Love and Desire in Medieval French Literature (3 credits)

FRE 422 Making Our Voices Heard: French Women Writers of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (3 credits)

FRE 427 The Age of Louis XIV (3 credits)

FRE 434 French Romanticism (3 credits)

FRE 437 Surrealism (3 credits)

FRE 438 20th Century French Theater to the Present (3 credits)

FRE 461 Caribbean Francophone Literature (3 credits)

FRE 462 Contemporary Francophone Cinema (3 credits)

FRE 466 The Francophone Press (3 credits)

FRE 470 Topics in French (3 credits)

FRE 471 Economic and Business French (3 credits)

FRE 493 Independent Reading and Research in French (3 credits)

FRE 494 Independent Reading and Research in French (3 credits)

FRE 396-399 Course(s) taken abroad/transfer courses

FRE 496-499 Course(s) taken abroad/transfer courses

German

Italian

Study Abroad Courses

ITA 101 Beginning Italian I (4 credits)

ITA 102 Beginning Italian II (4 credits)

ITA 201 Intermediate Italian I (3 credits)

ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II (3 credits)

ITA 301 Italian Conversation (3 credits)

ITA 302 Italian Composition (3 credits)

ITA 303 Advanced Italian Conversation (3 credits)

ITA 304 Advanced Italian Composition (3 credits)

ITA 306 The Roman Experience (3 credits)

ITA 309 I giovani e l’Italia di oggi (3 credits)

ITA 315 Italy through ART (3 credits)

ITA 330 The Italian Business World and its Language

ITA 340 Italian Culture and Civilization (3 credits)

ITA 350 Topics and Methods for Teaching Italian

ITA 360 Modern Italian Culture (3 credits)

ITA 365 Italian Society in the Media: TV, Internet, and the Press (3 credits)

ITA 370 Topics in Italian (3 credits)

ITA 380 Italian Journeys: From Marco Polo to Global Tourism (3 credits)

ITA 402 L’italiano al cinema: from Post-Neorealism to the Present (3 credits)

ITA 420 From Novel to Film: From Italian Unification to the Present (3 credits)

ITA 425 The Artist and the Madman in the Renaissance and Reformation (3 credits)

ITA 430 Images of Rome in Literature and Film: From Papal Rome to Present (3 credits)

ITA 435 Rebels, Revolutionaries, and Romantics: Italian Literature and Society from the Baroque to Risorgimento (1600-1850) (3 credits)

ITA 440 Profane and Sacred Love in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (3 credits)

ITA 445 The Medici Court: Poetry, Patronage and the Art of Power (3 credits)

ITA 455 Women’s Voices in Twentieth Century Italian Fiction (3 credits)

ITA 460 Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio and the Dawn of the Renaissance 3 credits

ITA 470 Topics in Italian (3 credits)

ITA 490-491 Internship

ITA 296-299 Course(s) taken abroad/transfer courses

ITA 396-399 Course(s) taken abroad/transfer courses

ITA 496-499 Course(s) taken abroad/transfer courses

Japanese

JPN 101 Beginning Japanese I (4 credits)

JPN 102 Beginning Japanese II (4 credits)

JPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I (3 credits)

JPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II (3 credits)

JPN 301 Japanese Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

JPN 302 Japanese Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

JPN 310 Selections in Japanese Literature (3 credits)

JPN 330 Japanese Film and Culture (3 credits)

Literature in Translation Courses

LTT 150 Language, Culture, Identity

LTT 150 The German Experience in America (3 credits)

LTT 150 Italian Journeys (3 credits)

LTT 361 French-Caribbean Literature (3 credits)

LTT 461 The Franco-Afro-Caribbean Story (3 credits)

Spanish

SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I (4 credits)

SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II (4 credits)

SPA 110 Beginning Spanish I (3 credits)

SPA 111 Beginning Spanish II (3 credits)

SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I (3 credits)

SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II (3 credits)

SPA 210 Intermediate Spanish I (3 credits)

SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish II (3 credits)

SPA 296 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 297 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 298 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 299 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 301 Spanish Conversation (3 credits)

SPA 302 Spanish Composition (3 credits)

SPA 303 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (3 credits)

SPA 310 Introduction to Literatures of the Spanish-Speaking World (3 credits)

SPA 320 Current Events in the Spanish-Language Media: Latin America (3 credits)

SPA 330 Spanish for Business (3 credits)

SPA 331 Spanish for International Business (3 credits)

SPA 340 Advanced Spanish Conversation (3 credits)

SPA 341 Advanced Spanish Composition (3 credits)

SPA 342 Advanced Spanish Grammar (3 credits)

SPA 350 Introduction to Latin American Cultures (3 credits)

SPA 351 Introduction to Spanish Cultures (3 credits)

SPA 355 Río de la Plata: Study Tour (3 credits)

SPA 356 Spain: Study Tour (3 credits)

SPA 360 Spanish in the Community (4 credits)

SPA 370 Topics in Spanish 3 credits (3 credits)

SPA 375 Translation (3 credits)

SPA 380 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (3 credits)

SPA 396 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 397 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 398 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 399 Course Taken Abroad/Transfer Course (3 credits)

SPA 401 Topics in Latin American Cultures (3 credits)

SPA 402 Topics in Spanish Cultures (3 credits)

SPA 410 From the Old World to the New World in Hispanic Literatures (3 credits)

SPA 411 From the Modern World to the Present World in Hispanic Literatures (3 credits)

SPA 420 Major Latin American Authors (3 credits)

SPA 421 De Brujas, Náufragos y Sicarios: Short Modern Latin American Novel & Film (3 credits)

SPA 422 Culture, Dictatorship, and Exile in the Southern Cone: 1973-85 3 credits

SPA 423 Latin American Modern Short Story (3 credits)

SPA 424 The Discourse of Latin American Modernity (Poetry) (3 credits)

SPA 425 Imagery of the Conquest: Indigenous and Mestizo Perspectives (3 credits)

SPA 426 Culture in Revolution (3 credits)

SPA 427 Identity and Power in the Americas, 1350-1650 (3 credits)

SPA 430 Narratives of European Exploration and Conquest in America (3 credits)

SPA 431 Commonplaces of Colonial Experience (3 credits)

SPA 440 Major Spanish Authors (3 credits)

SPA 441 Love, Courtship and Violence in Medieval Literature (3 credits)

SPA 442 Passions of the Heart and the Soul in Imperial Spain (3 credits)

SPA 443 Staging Gender, Sexuality and Social Conflict in Spain’s Golden Age (3 credits)

SPA 444 Heroes, Villains, Rogues and Saints in Don Quijote (3 credits)

SPA 445 The Literary Age of Ignatius of Loyola (3 credits)

SPA 446 Romanticism and Realism: Heroes, Angels, and Villains in Nineteenth Century Spanish Literature (3 credits)

SPA 447 The Generation of 1898 and Modernismo: The Old World and the New (3 credits)

SPA 448 The Posguerra Generation: Repression and Retaliation (3 credits)

SPA 449 Spanish Literature and Film (3 credits)

SPA 450 Spain into the 21st Century: Thirty Years of Democracy (3 credits)

SPA 455 Women in Spanish Literature (3 credits)

SPA 456 Women’s Voices in 20th Century Spanish and Latin American Fiction (3 credits)

SPA 460 A Linguistic Approach to Oral Communication: Analysis and Practice (3 credits)

SPA 461 Methods for Teaching Spanish (3 credits)

SPA 466 Spanish Dialectology (3 credits)

SPA 467 Language Contact and Politics in the U.S. (3 credits)

SPA 468 Spanish Phonetics and Phonology (3 credits)

SPA 470 Topics in Spanish (3 credits)

SPA 480 Topics in Spanish Linguistics (3 credits)

SPA 490 Spanish Internship I (3 credits)

SPA 491 Spanish Internship II (3 credits)

SPA 493 Independent Research in Spanish I (3 credits)

SPA 494 Independent Research in Spanish II (3 credits)

Gender Studies Program

History

Requirements for the History Major

Integrated Learning Component for History Majors

Minor in History

History Courses

HIS 101-102 Historical Introduction to Western Civilization (6 credits)

HIS 154 Forging the Modern World (3 credits)

HIS 201-202 History of the United States (6 credits)

HIS 203 Historical Introduction to Latin America (3 credits)

HIS 204 Latin American-U.S. Migration (3 credits)

HIS 205 Historical Introduction to the Islamic World (3 credits)

HIS 206 Historical Introduction to East Asia (3 credits)

HIS 207 Historical Introduction to South Asia (3 credits)

HIS 209 Historical Introduction to Modern Europe (3 Credits)

HIS 210 Historical Introduction to Africa (3 Credit)

HIS 301 United States and Latin America (3 credits)

HIS 302 Colonial Mexico (3 credits)

HIS 303 History of Modern Mexico (3 credits)

HIS 304 Social Protest in Latin American History (3 credits)

HIS 315 The Glory that was Greece: The Classical and Hellenistic Worlds 750-300 BCE (3 credits)

HIS 316 The Grandeur That Was Rome: 709 BCE-476 CE (3 credits)

HIS 317 The Rise of the West 400-1000 (3 credits)

HIS 318 The Italian Renaissance 1100-1600 (3 credits)

HIS 319 Revolutions 1517-1648: Religious, Social and Scientific (3 credits)

HIS 320 Absolutism and Enlightenment: 1650-1789 (3 credits)

HIS 321 French Revolution and Napoleon (3 credits)

HIS 322 Europe in the Twentieth Century, 1914-1939 (3 credits)

HIS 323 Europe in the Twentieth Century, Since 1939 (3 credits)

HIS 324 Modern International Socialism (3 credits)

HIS 325 France 1814-1914 (3 credits)

HIS 326 The Age of Empire (3 credits)

HIS 327 Transformations in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800 (3 credits)

HIS 328 European Diplomatic History, 1814-1914 (3 credits)

HIS 329 Crime and Punishment in History (3 credits)

HIS 330 England from Danes to Tudors, 700-1485 (3 credits)

HIS 331 Tudor-Stuart England, 1485-1714 (3 credits)

HIS 332 Age of Aristocracy: Britain 1689-1832 (3 credits)

HIS 333 Victorian Britain, 1815-1901 (3 credits)

HIS 334 Twentieth-Century Britain (3 credits)

HIS 335 Germany: From the French Revolution through World War I (3 credits)

HIS 336 The Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany (3 credits)

HIS 337 History of Russia to 1861 (3 credits)

HIS 338 History of Russia and the Soviet Union, 1861-1991 (3 credits)

HIS 339 The Mongol Empire 1100-1500 (3 Credits)

HIS 340 Stalinism (3 credits)

HIS 344 The Environmental History of Africa (3 credits)

HIS 345 Africa during the Era of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 3 credits

HIS 346 From Baghdad to Burgos: Jews, Christians, and Muslims, Medieval Mediterranean World (3 Credits)

HIS 347 Beyond the Pillars of Hercules: The Transatlantic Empires of Spain and Portugal, 1492-1713 (3 Credits)

HIS 348 Witchcraft, Law, and the Supernatural in Early Modern Europe (3 credits)

HIS 349 Page of Irish History: the Place of a Small Country (3 credits)

HIS 350 Exchange and Conquest in Modern East Asia (3 credits)

HIS 351 Gender, Ideology and Revolution in East Asia (3 credits)

HIS 352 Late Imperial China (3 credits)

HIS 353 Modern China (3 credits)

HIS 354 Japan Since 1800 (3 credits)

HIS 355 Colonialism and Nationalism in Southeast Asia, 1600-1960 (3 credits)

HIS 356 Modern South Asia (3 credits)

HIS 357 Colonialism and Culture (3 credits)

HIS 358 Contemporary China World 3 credits

HIS 360 Colonial America (3 credits)

HIS 361 America in the Age of Revolutions (3 credits)

HIS 362 The Civil War Era (3 credits)

HIS 363 The Elections of 2012 (3 credits)

HIS 364 Ethnic America (3 credits)

HIS 365 Urban America (3 credits)

HIS 366 Progressive Era to New Deal (3 credits)

HIS 367 Postwar America, 1945 to the Present (3 credits)

HIS 368 American Ideas: From the Colonial Era to the Civil War (3 credits)

HIS 369 American Ideas: From the Gilded Age to the Present (3 credits)

HIS 379 African-American History Since the Civil War (3 Credits)

HIS 380 Foundations of American Foreign Policy, 1775-1914 (3 credits)

HIS 381 United States as a Global Power, 1914 to the Present (3 credits)

HIS 382 American Biography (3 credits)

HIS 383 American History—American Historians (3 credits)

HIS 384 The Civil Rights Movement in America (3 credits)

HIS 385 History of Women in America Since 1820 (3 credits)

HIS 386 American Environmental History (3 credits)

HIS 387 Popular Culture in the United States (3 credits)

HIS 388 Reacting to the Past (3 credits)

HIS 470 Seminar in American History (3 credits)

HIS 472 Seminar in European History (3 credits)

HIS 474 Seminar in Latin American History (3 credits)

HIS 476 Seminar in Asian History (3 credits)

HIS 477 Seminar in African History (3 credits)

HIS 478 Seminar in Global/Comparative History (3 credits)

HIS 480 Directed Readings in Latin American History (3 credits)

HIS 481 Directed Readings in Asian History (3 credits)

HIS 482 Directed Readings in European History (3 credits)

HIS 483 Directed Readings in American History (3 credits)

HIS 484 Directed Readings in African History (3 credits)

HIS 493-494 Honors Research and Independent Study (6 credits)

Honors Program

General Honors

Departmental Honors

University Scholars

Membership in the Honors Program

Honors Recognition

Honors Degrees

Requirements for General Honors

Departmental Honors Requirements

University Scholar Requirements

Honors Courses

HON 150 Epic Tradition in Literature (3 credits)

HON 301-302 Modern Mosaic: Europe 1832 to 1939 (6 credits)

HON 303-304 Reason, Revolution, and Reaction (6 credits)

HON 305-306 America: Myths, Images, Realities (6 credits)

HON 307-308 Mathematical Models in Chemistry (8 credits)

HON 309 Pens and Guns: The Literary Road to the American Civil War (3 credits)

HON 310 Women's Writing as Emancipation: Transatlantic Perspectives from the Scientific Revolution to Suffrage (3 credits)

HON 311 Paradoxes, Problems and Proofs: Philosophical Issues in Mathematics (3 credits)

BIO 163 Unseen Life on Earth (4 credits)

CLA 320 The Golden Age of Rome (3 credits)

CLA 321 Sexuality and Gender in the Ancient World (3 credits)

DSS 200 Information Systems: The Road to Rio (4 credits)

DSS 220 Quantitative Methods for Business—Modeling Tools for Thinking (3 credits)

ECN 450 Nationalism and Economy (3 credits)

ENG 319 The Modern/Post-Modern Mood (3 credits)

ENG 416 Rebellious Women Writers: Reformers, Slaves, and Suffragists (3 Credits)

FRE 150 Language, Culture, Identity: Being/Speaking French 3 credits

LIN 340 Communication in Social Contexts (3 credits)

LTT 461 The Franco-Afro-Caribbean Story (3 credits)

MAT 132 Mathematics of Games and Politics (3 credits)

MAT 139 Mathematics, Culture and Society (3 credits)

MGT 121 Organizations in Perspective (3 credits)

MGT 361 Introduction to Law (3 credits)

PHL 258 Authentic Self: Augustine, Kierkegaard, and Heidegger (3 credits)

PHL 336 Violence and Nonviolence (3 credits)

PHL 356 Religious Diversity (3 credits)

PHL 357 The Uses and Abuses of Jesus in Modernity (3 credits)

PHL 434 German Existentialism (3 credits)

PHL 438 Kierkegaard, Mozart and Desire (3 credits)

POL 320 Civil Rights: Law and Society (3 credits)

SOC 286 Violence in Intimate Relations (3 credits)

SOC 287 Cults and Culture: Sex, Gender, and Family in Cults/New Religious Movements (3 credits)

SOC 363 Philadelphia: In Black and White (3 credits)

SPA 427 Identity and Power in the Americas, 1350-1650 (3 credits)

THE 336 The Jewish and Christian Encounter (3 credits)

THE 337: Jewish/Christian Interpretations of the Bible (3 credits)

THE 370: Religious Visions in Film and Literature (3 credits)

Interdisciplinary Health Care Ethics

Interdisciplinary Health Services

Requirements for the Interdisciplinary Health Services Major

Minor in Interdisciplinary Health Services

Minor in Autism Studies

Interdisciplinary Health Services Courses

IHS 110 Psychosocial Aspects of Health, Illness and Disability (3 credits)

IHS 210 Consumer Health (3 credits)

IHS 150 Global Health Care (3 credits)

IHS 211 The Health Care System and its Responsibilities (3 credits)

IHS 216 (SOC 216) Alcohol, Drugs, and Society (3 credits)

IHS 217 (SOC 217) Mental Health and Society (3 credits)

IHS 243 Helping and Healing: Ethics, Community, and Personal Transformation (3 credits)

IHS 244 Health Administration (3 credits)

IHS 248 Health and the School-aged Child (3 credits)

IHS 251 Healthcare Law and Ethics (3 credits)

IHS 252 Health Care Policy (3 credits)

IHS 253 Nutrition: Health and Disease (3 credits)

IHS 255 Human Sexuality and Disease (3 credits)

IHS 256 HIV/AIDS: Sexuality, Money, Politics, Research, Public Health, and Ethics (3 credits)

IHS 263 Theories of Addiction and Addictive Behaviors (3 credits)

IHS 270 Violence and Aggression: Deconstructing Youth Violence (3 credits)

IHS 276 The Continuum of Adult Health

IHS 280 Medical Terminology and Health Literacy

IHS 315 The Culture of Addiction Study Tour (3 credits)

IHS 323 (SOC 323) Health and Society (3 credits)

IHS 325 Theories of Disease Prevention and Management (3 credits)

IHS 331 Statistics and Research Methodology (3 credits)

IHS 345 Seeking a Better Death: Hospice Care (4 credits)

IHS 349 Managed Health Care (3 credits)

IHS 354 Diversity Leadership in Health Care (3 credits)

IHS 359 Planning and Evaluating Public Health Promotion Programs (3 credits)

IHS 368 Just Health Care in Developing Nations (3 credits)

IHS 441 Alternative Medicine and Non-traditional Therapies (3 credits)

IHS 458/458L Epidemiology (3 credits)

IHS 465 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 credits)

IHS 466 Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Treatment (3 credits)

IHS 467 Social Skills Development in Autism (3 credits)

IHS 468 Resources and Advocacy for Autism (3 credits)

IHS 469 Adult and Transition Services in Autism (3 credits)

IHS 470 Seminar in Autism Spectrum Disorders (restricted to PLS students)

IHS 490 Internship in IHS 3-6 credits

IHS 491 Internship in Autism Studies (3 credits)

IHS 493-494 Independent Study in IHS 3-6 credits

IHS 495 Seminar in Interdisciplinary Health Services (3 credits)

International Relations

Latin American Studies

Linguistics

Mathematics

Requirements for the Mathematics Major

Minor In Mathematics

The Five-Year Combined B.S. In Mathematics, M.S. In Secondary Mathematics Education Option

Teacher Certification for Secondary Schools

Actuarial Science

Mathematics Courses

MAT 111 The Mathematics of Patterns (3 credits)

MAT 118 Introduction to Statistics (3 credits)

MAT 119 Applied Business Calculus (4 credits)

MAT 120 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (4 credits)

MAT 121 Mathematical Modeling for Middle School Teachers (3 credits)

MAT 123 Differential Calculus (3 credits)

MAT 128 Applied Statistics (3 credits)

MAT 130 The Whole Truth About Whole Numbers (3 credit)

MAT 131 Linear Methods (3 credits)

MAT 132 Mathematics of Games and Politics (3 credits)

MAT 134 Mathematics of Uncertainty: Counting Rules and Probability (3 credits)

MAT 135 Sounding Number: Music and Mathematics from Ancient to Modern Times (3 credits)

MAT 136 Mathematics and Visual Arts (3 credits)

MAT 137 Ethnomathematics (3 credits)

MAT 138 Symmetry (3 credits)

MAT 139 Mathematics, Culture and Society (3 credits)

MAT 150 Art, Poetry, Mathematics and Society(First Year Seminar) (3 credits)

MAT 150 Fractals and Infinity(First Year Seminar) (3 credits)

MAT 150 From Chaos to the 4th Dimension(First Year Seminar) (3 credits)

MAT 150 Great Mathematical Discoveries - Elucidated by Reading and Writing (First Year Seminar) (3 credits)

MAT 155 Fundamentals of Calculus (3 credits)

MAT 156 Applied Calculus II (3 credits)

MAT 161 Calculus I (4 credits)

MAT 162 Calculus II (4 credits)

MAT 180 Theory of Numbers (3 credits)

MAT 213 Calculus III (4 credits)

MAT 225 The Fundamental Ideas of Mathematics (3 credits)

MAT 226 Introduction to Linear Algebra (4 credits)

MAT 231 The Mathematics of Music (3 credits)

MAT 232 Chaos, Fractals and Dynamical Systems (3 credits)

MAT 233 History of Mathematics (3 credits)

MAT 238 Differential Equations (3 credits)

MAT 239 Problem Solving (3 credits)

MAT 240 Advanced Calculus (4 credits)

MAT 311 Numerical Analysis and Computer Techniques (3 credits)

MAT 313 Mathematical Programming (3 credits)

MAT 316 Operations Research (3 credits)

MAT 321 Probability (3 credits)

MAT 322 Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)

MAT 332 Geometry (3 credits)

MAT 334 Combinatorics and Graph Theory (3 credits)

MAT 336 Logic and Foundations (3 credits)

MAT 403 Abstract Algebra (3 credits)

MAT 404 Abstract Algebra II (3 credits)

MAT 409 Real Analysis (3 credits)

MAT 410 Complex Analysis (3 credits)

MAT 415 Differential Geometry (3 credits)

MAT 423 Applied Statistical Methods (3 credits)

MAT 418 Topology of Point Sets (3 credits)

MAT 370-470 Special Topics (formerly Independent Study) (6 credits)

MAT 491-492 Internship (3 credits)

MAT 493-494 Research (6 credits)

MAT 493-494 Honors Research (6 credits)

Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Studies

Music, Theatre and Film

Requirements for the Music Major

The Integrated Learning Component for

The Music Minor

Requirements for the Theatre & Film Major

The Film Studies Minor (6 courses total)

The Theatre Studies Minor (6 courses total)

Music Courses

Theatre Courses

Filmmaking and Cinema Studies Courses

Special Courses for Majors

Philosophy

Philosophy in the GEP:

The Philosophy Major

Requirements for the Philosophy Major

Requirements for the Philosophy Minor

Philosophy Courses

Signature Core Philosophy Courses

Logic Courses

Philosophical Anthropology Course Area

Non-Western Philosophy Courses

PHL 308 Asian Philosophies (3 credits)

Topics Philosophy Courses

Faith and Reason Courses

History of Philosophy Courses

Other Philosophy Courses

Advanced Non-GEP Philosophy Courses

Philosophy Directed Readings, Independent Study, Capstone

Physics

Requirements for the Physics Major

Concentration in Materials Physics

Minor in Physics

Five Year Combined B.S. in Physics/M.S. in Education Option

Physics in the GEP (See Curricula)

Physics Courses

PHY 101-102 General Physics I, II (8 credits)

PHY 101L-102L General Physics Laboratory I, II (2 credits)

PHY 105-106 University Physics I, II (8 credits)

PHY 105L-106L University Physics Laboratory I, II (2 credits)

PHY 110 Physics: Concepts and Applications (3 credits)

PHY 111 The Astronomical Universe (3 credits)

PHY 112 Energy: Problems and Promise (3 credits)

PHY 113 Exploring the Physical World (3 credits)

PHY 114 Technological Breakthroughs of the 20th Century (3 credits)

PHY 251 Modern Physics I (4 credits)

PHY 252 Modern Physics II (4 credits)

PHY 253 Survey of Nanotechnology (3 credits)

PHY 255 Linear Systems in Physics (3 credits)

PHY 257 Mathematical Methods in Physics (3 credits)

PHY 261 Electronics I (4 credits)

PHY 262 Electronics II (4 credits)

PHY 301 Classical Mechanics (4 credits)

PHY 303 Thermal Physics (3 credits)

PHY 307 Electricity and Magnetism (4 credits)

PHY 308 Waves and Optics (3 credits)

PHY 311 Experimental Methods of Physics I (2 credits)

PHY 312 Experimental Methods of Physics II (2 credits)

PHY 321 Quantum Mechanics I (4 credits)

PHY 390 Physics Seminar non-credit

PHY 401 Advanced Mechanics (3 credits)

PHY 403 Quantum Mechanics II (3 credits)

PHY 405 Solid State Physics (3 credits)

PHY 407 Soft Condensed Matter Physics (3 credits)

PHY 409 Statistical Mechanics (3 credits)

PHY 413 Materials of Electronics (3 credits)

PHY 411 Nuclear Physics (3 credits)

PHY 415 Computational Physics (3 credits)

PHY 417 Astrophysics (3 credits)

PHY 419 Biophysics (3 credits)

PHY 421 Physics of Fluids (3 credits)

PHY 470 Advanced Special Topics in Physics (3 credits)

PHY 493-494 Research Project 3-6 credits

PHY 493-494 Honors Research Project (6 credits)

Political Science

Requirements for the Political Science Major

Public Administration

Requirements for the Public Administration Major

Minor in Political Science

Minor in Public Administration

Political Science First-Year Seminar Courses

POL 150 First-Year Seminar: Perspectives on the Presidency (3 credits)

POL 150 First-Year Seminar: The Politics of Inequality and Diversity in the US (3 credits)

POL 150 First-Year Seminar: Half the Sky: Women, Girls, and World Politics (3 credits)

POL 150 First-Year Seminar: Law, Liberties, and the Supreme Court (3 credits)

POL 150 First-Year Seminar: Perspectives on Public Policy (3 credits)

Political Science Introductory Courses

Political Theory Courses

American Government and Politics Courses

Comparative Politics Courses

International Politics Courses

Political Science Seminars

Political Science Experiential Courses

Psychology

Requirements for the Psychology Major

Arts and Sciences Programs

The Five-Year Combined B.S./M.S. in Psychology Option

Laptop Program

Minor in Psychology

Minor in Animal Studies

Minor in Behavioral Neurosciences

Requirements for Departmental Honors

Psychology Course Offerings

Introductory Electives:

Advanced Electives:

PSY 205 Neuroscience Foundations (3 credits)

PSY 206 Behavioral Neuroscience (3 credits)

PSY 207 Cognitive Neuroscience (3 credits)

PSY 208 Human-Animal Relations (3 credits)

PSY 220 Sensation and Perception (3 credits)

PSY 221 Animal Learning and Memory (3 credits)

PSY 222 Neuropsychology (3 credits)

PSY 223 Health Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 224 Psychopharmacology (3 credits)

PSY 225 Comparative Animal Behavior (3 credits)

PSY 226 Psychology of Emotion (3 credits)

PSY 227 Cognitive Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 230 Social Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 231 Developmental Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 232 Abnormal Psychology for Psychology Majors (3 credits)

PSY 233 Adulthood and Aging (3 credits)

PSY 234 Psychology of the Self (3 credits)

PSY 235 Psychology of Gender (3 credits)

PSY 236 Ethics in Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 237 Abnormal Child Psychology (3 credits)

PSY 370/371Advanced Topics in Psychology, Natural Science I/II (3 credits)

PSY372/373 Advanced Topics in Psychology, Social Science I/II (3 credits)

Laboratory Courses

PSY 320L/321L Psychology Laboratory, Natural Science I/II (3 credits)

PSY 330L/331LPsychology Laboratory, Social Science I/II (3 credits)

Psychology Experiential Courses

PSY 374/375 Independent Study I/II (3 credits)

PSY 390/391Internship I/II (3 credits)

PSY 392/393 Independent Research I/II (3 credits)

Capstone: Research Seminars

PSY490/491Research Seminar in Psychology, Natural Science I/II (3 credits)

PSY493/494 Research Seminar in Psychology, Social Science I/II (3 credits)

Sociology

Requirements for the Sociology Major

Minor in Sociology

Requirements for Departmental Honors Sociology Courses

Sociology Courses

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology (3 credits)

SOC 102 Social Problems (3 credits)

SOC 150 (FYS) Advanced Studies of Social Problems (3 credits)

SOC 201 Schools in Society (See EDU 150 ) (3 credits)

SOC 204 Cultural Anthropology (3 credits)

SOC 205 Ethnic and Minority Relations (3 credits)

SOC 206 Theories of Crime (3 credits)

SOC 207 Juvenile Justice (3 credits)

SOC 208 Sociology of Gender (3 credits)

SOC 209 The Sociology of Intimate Relations (3 credits)

SOC 211 Classical Sociological Theory (3 credits)

SOC 214 Sociology of Youth (3 credits)

SOC 216 Alcohol, Drugs, and Society (3 credits)

SOC 217 (IHS 217) Mental Health and Society (3 credits)

SOC 218 Social Gerontology (3 credits)

SOC 219 Social Deviance (3 credits)

SOC 225 intro to American Criminal Justice (3 credits)

SOC 232 The Sociology of Sexuality (3 credits)

SOC 237 Human Origins and the Prehistory of Cultures (3 credits)

SOC 243 Sexuality and Relationships (3 credits)

SOC 247 Organized Crime (3 credits)

SOC 249 Federal Criminal Justice (3 credits)

SOC 253 Race and Social Justice (3 credits)

SOC 254 Violence and Victims (3 credits)

SOC 259 Youth, Cultures & Deviance (3 credits)

SOC 261 Introduction to Criminal Investigation (3 credits)

SOC 262 White Collar Crime (3 credits)

SOC 263 Criminology (3 credits)

SOC 264 Criminal Courts and Criminal Procedure (3 credits)

SOC 267 Corrections and Process (3 credits)

SOC 269 Introduction to Law Enforcement (3 credits)

SOC 271 Sociology of Migration (3 credits)

SOC 274 Sports in Society (3 credits)

SOC 312 Social Research Methods (3 credits)

SOC 313 Data Analysis (3 credits)

SOC 315 (IHS 315) The Culture of Addiction: Study Tour to Amsterdam (3 credits)

SOC 316 Fair Trade: From Co-op to Cup (3 credits)

SOC 320 Sociology of Work (3 credits)

SOC 322 Culture and Politics of Motherhood (3 credits)

SOC 323 Health and Society (3 credits)

SOC 325 Women and Health (3 credits)

SOC 327 Sociology of Religion (3 credits)

SOC 328 The Wire and its Contribution to Understanding Violence, Youth, and Urban Inequality (3 credits)

SOC 330 Urban Sociology (3 credits)

SOC 331 Urban Ethnography (3 credits)

SOC 334 African-American Experience (3 credits)

SOC 335 Classes and Power in the United States (3 credits)

SOC 336 Sociology of Appalachia (3 credits)

SOC 338 Police and the Community (3 credits)

SOC 344 (Populations (Demography) (3 credits)

SOC 345 Law and Social Policy (3 credits)

SOC 346 Criminal Justice Ethics and Legal Responsibility (3 credits)

SOC 349 Poverty, Ethics and Social Problems (3 credits)

SOC 351 Gender and the Law (3 credits)

SOC 352 Restorative Justice Theory (3 credits)

SOC 353 Restorative Justice Practice (3 credits)

SOC 355 Race, Crime, and Criminal Justice (3 credits)

SOC 356 Gender, Crime, and Criminal Justice (3 credits)

SOC 357 Violence and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland (3 credits)

SOC 358 Consumer Culture in Global Perspective (3 credits)

SOC 360 Sociology of Law (3 credits)

SOC 363 Philadelphia: In Black and White (3 credits)

SOC 365 Crime and Urban Communities (3 credits)

SOC 368 Cults as Social Movements (3 credits)

SOC 369 Basic Criminal Intelligence Analysis (3 credits)

SOC 375 Electronic Intelligence Analysis (3 credits)

SOC 377 Inside/Out Exploring Crime and Justice Behind the Walls

SOC 378 Urban & Public Policy (3 credits)

SOC 386 Violence in Intimate Relationships (3 credits)

SOC 470 Special Topics (3 credits)

SOC 490/491 Internship 3, 6, 9, or (12 credits)

SOC 495 Research Seminar (3 credits)

Theology and Religious Studies

Theology and Religious Studies in the GEP

Our Majors

Theology Major

Theology Major Program of Study

Religious Studies Major

Religious Studies Major Program of Study

Minor In Theology and Religious Studies

Requirements For Departmental Honors

Related Programs

Student Organizations

Theology Courses

THE 150 First Year Seminar (3 credits)

THE 154 Faith, Justice and the Catholic Tradition (3 credits)

THE/REL 211 Hebrew Bible (3 credits)

THE/REL 221 New Testament (3 credits)

THE 241 Systematic Theology (3 credits)

THE 261 Christian Social Ethics (3 credits)

THE 270 Special Topics in Theology (3 credits)

THE 322 Letters of Paul (3 credits)

THE/REL 323 Psalms (3 Credits)

THE/REL 325 Synoptic Gospels (3 credits)

THE/REL 326 Letters of Paul (3 credits)

THE 331 Early Christian Thought (3 credits)

THE 332 The New Testament and Christian Attitudes toward Jews and Judaism (3 credits)

THE 333 Knowledge and Love of God in the Middle Ages (3 credits)

THE 334 16th Century Protestant and Catholic Debates (3 credits)

THE 335 Gender and Christian Spirituality (3 credits)

THE 336 The Jewish and Christian Encounter (3 credits)

THE 337 Jewish and Christian Interpretations of the Bible (3 credits)

THE 338-339 The Abrahamic Peoples: Past, Present and Future (3 credits)

THE 340 Atheism, Secularism and the Case for God (3 credits)

THE 341 Jesus through the Centuries (3 credits)

THE 342 The Uses and Abuses of Jesus in Modernity (3 credits)

THE 343 Theology of Word and Sacrament (3 credits)

THE 344 Theology of the Church (3 credits)

THE 345 Evil as a Theological Problem (3 credits)

THE 346 Theology of Salvation (3 credits)

THE 347 Death and Rebirth (3 credits)

THE 348 Theology and Science (3 credits)

THE 349 The Authentic Self- Augustine, Kierkegaard and Heidegger (3 credits)

THE 350 Rediscovering Mary (3 credits)

THE 351 Ignatian Spirituality in the Jesuit Tradition (3 credits)

THE 352 Recent Trends in Roman Catholicism (3 credits)

THE 353 American Catholicism (3 credits)

THE 354 Contemporary Religious Thought (3 credits)

THE 355 American Religious Thought (3 credits)

THE 356 Liberation and Political Theologies (3 credits)

THE 357 Feminist Theologies (3 credits)

THE 358 Faith, Justice and Jesuit Mission in Bolivia (3 credits)

THE 359 Religion, Violence and Terrorism (3 credits)

THE 360 Religious Vision in Fiction and film (3 credits)

THE 361 Catholic Social Teaching (3 credits)

THE 362 Faith and Justice: Scripture and Social Values (3 credits)

THE 363 Ignatius and the City: Jesuit Urban Missiology (3 credits)

THE 364 In Pursuit of Love:Sexual Ethics Today (3 credits)

THE 365 Marriage Today: Sacred Reality or Legal Fiction (3 credits)

THE 366 Christian Medical Ethics (3 credits)

THE 367 Suffering and Death: Biblical, Systematic and Ethical Perspectives (3 credits)

THE 368 Just Health Care in Developing Nations (3 credits)

THE 369 Does God Exist? (3 credits)

THE 370 Special Topics in Theology (3 credits)

THE 371 Christianity and Media (3 credits)

THE 372 Technology Ethics (3 credits)

THE 373 Economic Ethics (3 credits)

THE 374 War and Peace (3 credits)

THE 378 Violence, Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland (3 credits)

THE 379 Economics, Politics and the Ethics of Solidarity in Poland (3 credits)

THE 380 Interreligious Dialogue (3 credits)

THE 381 The Bible: Combat Zone or Common Treasure (3 credits)

THE 384 Jews and Christians: Estranged Relatives or Total Strangers (3 credits)

THE 385 New Ways of Thinking About the Jewish Jesus as Savior (3 credits)

THE 392 Directed Readings in Theology (3 credits)

THE 493-494 Independent Research Studies in Theology (3 credits)

THE 495 Theories and Methods in the Study of Religion (3 credits)

Religious Studies Courses

REL 101 Comparative Religion (3 credits)

REL 150 First Year Seminar (3 credits)

REL 211 The Hebrew Bible (3 credits)

REL 212 Israelite Religion (3 credits)

REL/THE 221 Introduction to the New Testament (3 credits)

REL 231 Judaism (3 credits)

REL 241 Islam (3 credits)

REL 251 Religions of Ancient India (3 credits)

REL 261 Hinduism (3 credits)

REL 270 Special Topics in Religious Studies (3 credits)

REL 271 African and Caribbean Religions (3 credits)

REL 311 Comparative Religious Ethics (3 credits)

REL 312 Spiritual Practices in Comparative Perspective (3 credits)

REL 321 Religion and Law in the Ancient Near East (3 credits)

REL 322 Myth and History in the Hebrew Bible (3 credits)

REL/THE 323 Psalms (3 credits)

RELTHE 325 Synoptic Gospels (3 credits)

THE 326 Global Christianities (3 credits)

REL 331 Topics in Ancient Judaism (3 credits)

REL 332 Past and Present in Israel/Palestine: Digging at Tel Dor (3 credits)

REL 335 Christian Origins (3 credits)

REL 338 Jewish & Christian Responses to the Holocaust (3 credits)

REL 341 The Quran and Its Interpreters (3 credits)

REL 342 Women in Muslim Tradition (3 credits)

REL 351 Indian Buddhism (3 credits)

REL 352 Mahayana Buddhism (3 credits)

REL 354 China and the Creation of East Asian Buddhism (3 credits)

REL 355 Immortals, Ancestors, Ghosts and Gods: SUperhumans in Chinese Religions (3 credits)

REL 356 Death and the Afterlife in Chinese Religions (3 credits)

THE 357 Food Practices and Chinese Religions (3 credits)

REL 370 Special Topics in Religious Studies (3 credits)

REL 381 Apocalypticism in the Ancient World (3 credits)

REL 382 Women and Religion in the Ancient World (3 credits)

REL 383 Ancient Greek Religions (3 credits)

REL 392 Directed Readings in Religion (3 credits)

REL 395 Approaches to the Study of Religion (3credits)

REL 493-494 Independent Research in Religion (6 credits)

REL 495 Theories and Methods in the Study of Religion (3 credits)

Business Programs

Erivan K. Haub School of Business

Accounting

Actuarial Science

Decision & System Sciences [Business Intelligence - BI]

Finance

Food Marketing

Management

Family Business and Entrepreneurship

Requirements for the Family Business and Entrepreneurship Major

International Business

Requirements for the International Business Major

Requirements for the International Business Minor

The International Business Minor

Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability

Requirements for the Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Major

Managing Human Capital

Requirements for the Managing Human Capital Major

Minor in Managing Human Capital

Business Administration

Requirements for the Business Administration Major

Management

Requirements for the Management Major

The Management Minor

Family Business and Entrepreneurship Courses

FBE 230 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and New Ventures (3 credits)

FBE 231 Family Business (3 credits)

FBE 270 Special Topics in Family Business and Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

FBE 330 Social Enterprise and Social Change (3 credits)

FBE 360

FBE 370

FBE 470 Special Topics in Family Business and Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

FBE 471 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Practicum I (1 credit)

FBE 472 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Practicum II (1 credit)

FBE 490 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Internship I (3 credits)

FBE 491 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Internship II (3 credits)

FBE 493 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Research I (3 credits)

FBE 494 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Research II (3 credits)

FBE 495 Family Business and Entrepreneurship Capstone (3 credits)

FBE 230 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and New Ventures (3 credits)

FBE 231 Family Business (3 credits)

FBE 270 Special Topics in Family Business and Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

FBE 330 Social Enterprise and Social Change (3 credits)

Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Courses

LEO 150 Serious Comedy & Social Justice (3 credits)

LEO 210 Business, Stakeholders, and Ethics (3 credits)

LEO 211 Perspectives on Leadership (3 credits)

LEO 212 Organizational Sustainability (3 Credits)

LEO 270 Special Topics in Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability (3 credits)

LEO 310 Everyday Business Ethics: Moral Decisions and Immoral Conduct in the Course of Business (3 credits)

LEO 370 Special Topics in Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability (3 credits)

LEO 470 Special Topics in Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability (3 credits)

LEO 471 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Practicum I (1 credit)

LEO 472 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Practicum II (1 credit)

LEO 490 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Internship I (3 credits)

LEO 491 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Internship II (3 credits)

LEO 493 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Research I (3 credits)

LEO 494 Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainability Research II (3 credits)

LEO 495 Applied Leadership and Sustainability Capstone (3 credits)

Management Courses

MHC 150 Gender in the Workplace (PSY 150) (3 credits)

MHC 220 Introduction to Managing Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 221 Diversity in the Workplace (3 credits)

MHC 222 Influence,Negotiation&Conflict (3 credits)

MHC 270 Special Topics in Managing Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 320 Career Management (3 credits)

MHC 370 Special Topics in Managing Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 470 Special Topics in Managing Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 471 Managing Human Capital Practicum I (1 credit)

MHC 472 Managing Human Capital Practicum II (1 credit)

MHC 490 Managing Human Capital Internship I (3 credits)

MHC 491 Managing Human Capital Internship II (3 credits)

MHC 493 Managing Human Capital Research I (3 credits)

MHC 494 Managing Human Capital Research II (3 credits)

MHC 495 Managing Human Capital Capstone (3 credits)

Marketing

Requirements for the General Marketing Major

Requirements for the Sports Marketing Major

Specialized Marketing Focus

Requirements for Marketing Related Minors

Marketing Courses

MKT 150 People, Planet & Profit (3 credits)

MKT 201 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 202 Marketing Research (3 credits)

MKT 301 Marketing Communications (3 credits)

MKT 302 Consumer Behavior (3 credits)

MKT 303 Marketing Communications for Non-Business Students (3 credits)

MKT 312 Selling and Sales Management (3 credits)

MKT 313 Ethics in Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 314 Marketing in a Digital World (3 credits)

MKT 315 Marketing in a Multicultural World (3 credits)

MKT 321 Advertising (3 credits)

MKT 324 Public Relations and Publicity (3 credits)

MKT 325 Fundamentals of Applied Design ( 3 credits)

MKT 326 Media Now (3 credits)

MKT 331 International Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 341 Music Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 342 Entertainment Law (3 credits)

MKT 343 Entertainment Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 350 Event Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 351 The Business of Sports (3 credits)

MKT 352 Sports Law (3 credits)

MK 353 Sports Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 354 The Business of Baseball

MKT 355 Sports Sales and Selling

MKT 356 Sports Media (3 credits)

MKT 357 Sports Facilities and the Game Day Experience (3 credits)

MKT 358 College Athletics: Administration and Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 359 Ethical Issues in Sports Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 360 Sports Agencies and Corporate Consulting

MKT 361 Sports Licensing

MKT 370 Special Topics in Marketing (3 credits)

MKT 401 Marketing Strategy (3 credits)

MKT 450 Marketing Study Tour (3 credits)

MKT 490 Marketing Internship (3 credits)

MKT 491 Marketing Practicum (1 credit)

MKT 493-494 Independent Study in Marketing 1-6 credits

MKT 494-494 Honors Research in Marketing 1-6 credits

MKT 497 Sports Marketing Internship (3 credits)

MKT 499 Research Practicum (3 credits)

Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing

Risk Management & Insurance Major

Graduate Programs

Graduate Admissions Procedure

Academic Policies

Graduate Arts and Sciences

Graduate Arts and Sciences Programs

Classification of Students

Biology

Computer Science

Degree Requirements for M.S. in Computer Science: General Option

Degree Requirements for M.S. in Computer Science: Concentration Option

Post-Masters Certificate Program Courses

Foundation Courses

Core Courses

Software Engineering Courses

Web and Database Technologies Courses

Graphics and Visualization Courses

System Security and Management Courses

Free Distribution Courses

Criminal Justice and Public Safety Institute

M.S. in Criminal Justice

Master of Science—Criminal Justice

Master of Science—Concentration in Administration including Police Executive

Master of Science—Concentration in Intelligence and Crime Analysis

Master of Science—Concentration in Behavior Management

Master of Science—Concentration in Probation, Parole, and Corrections

Master of Science—Concentration in Federal Law Enforcement

Master of Science—Concentration in Criminology

Post-Master’s Certificate in Criminal Justice

M.S. in Environmental Protection and Safety Management

M.S. in Homeland Security

M.S. in Public Safety Management

Criminal Justice and Public Safety Institute Courses

CRJ 550 Research Methods and Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 560 Criminological Theory (3 credits)

CRJ 565 Ethics and Criminal Justice (3 credits)

CRJ 570 Professional Writing for Law Enforcement (3 credits)

CRJ 575 Advanced Research Methods and Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 601 Law and Social Policy (3 credits)

CRJ 602 Courts, Policies, and Administration (3 credits)

CRJ 603 Nuts and Bolts of the Criminal Justice Process (3 credits)

CRJ 604 Law Enforcement Management (3 credits)

CRJ 605 Criminal Justice Administration (3 credits)

CRJ 606 Criminal Procedure: Investigation to Testimony (3 credits)

CRJ 607 Multiculturalism and Diversity in Criminal Justice (3 credits)

CRJ 610 Community and Problem Oriented Policing (3 credits)

CRJ 611 Crime Analysis Using GIS Mapping (3 credits)

CRJ 612 Police Executive Management (3 credits)

CRJ 613 Technology for the Police Executive (3 credits)

CRJ 615 Youth Cultures and Deviance (3 credits)

CRJ 616 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency: Issues and Responses (3 credits)

CRJ 617 Mental Health and the Law (3 credits)

CRJ 618 Therapeutic Strategies in Criminal Justice (3 credits)

CRJ 619 Foundations of Addiction for Criminal Justice Professionals (3credits)

CRJ 620 Evidence Based Practice in Substance Abuse/Behavioral Health Treatment (SOC 4675) (3 credits)

CRJ 621 Co-Occurring Disorders (3 credits)

CRJ 622 Basic Principles of Behavior Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 623 Applied Behavior Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 624 Behavior Analysis and Consultation (3 credits)

CRJ 625 Behavioral Development (3 credits)

CRJ 626 Clinical Behavior Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 627 Contemporary Criminology: Scope and Application (3 credits)

CRJ 628 Victimology (3 credits)

CRJ 629 Violence and Victims (3 credits)

CRJ 630 Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice (3 credits)

CRJ 631 Criminal Jurisprudence (3 credits)

CRJ 632 Crime and Urban Communities (3 credits)

CRJ 633 Federal Criminal Justice (3 credits)

CRJ 634 Federal Criminal Law and Prosecution (3 credits)

CRJ 635 White Collar Crime (3 credits)

CRJ 636 Federal Search & Seizure (3 credits)

CRJ 658 The Wire and its Contribution to Understanding Violence, Youth, and Urban Inequality (3 credits)

CRJ 637 Forensic Financial Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 638 Drugs: Threats, Laws, and Strategies (3 credits)

CRJ 639 Organized Crime: Targets and Strategies (3 credits)

CRJ 640 Terrorism: Threats and Strategies (3 credits)

CRJ 641 Homeland Security (3 credits)

CRJ 642 Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 643 Law Enforcement Intelligence: Policy and Process (3 credits)

CRJ 644 Electronic Intelligence Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 647 Problems in Contemporary Corrections (3 credits)

CRJ 648 Contemporary Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections (SOC 4155) (3 credits)

CRJ 650 Victim Offender Mediation (3 credits)

CRJ 651 Restorative Justice: Theory (3 credits)

CRJ 652 Restorative Justice: Practice (3 credits)

CRJ 655 Inside/Out: Exploring Crime and Justice Behind Bars (3 credits)

CRJ 657 Ethics in Behavior Analysis (3 credits)

CRJ 656 The Criminal Justice System (3 credits)

CRJ 770 Special Topic/Independent Study (3 credits)

CRJ 789 Criminal Justice Internship (3 credits)

CRJ 790 Internship in Behavior Analysis I (3 credits)

CRJ 791 Internship in Behavior Analysis II (3 credits)

CRJ 792 Internship in Behavior Analysis III (3 credits)

CRJ 793 Thesis Supervision (3 credits)

Environmental Protection and Safety Management Course Descriptions

PSE 550 Fire Department Organization and Management (3 credits)

PSE 551 Management Principles and Practices (3 credits)

PSE 552 Seminar: Environmental Protection Management (3 credits)

PSE 553 Seminar: Disaster Planning and Management (3 credits)

PSE 554 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (3 credits)

PSE 555 Risk Analysis (3 credits)

PSE 556 Industrial Hygiene (3 credits)

PSE 557 Environmental Law and Enforcement (3 credits)

PSE 560 Seminar: Special/Target Hazard Planning and Evaluation (3 credits)

PSE 601 Fire Protection and Emergency Service Master Planning (3 credits)

PSE 602 Research and Evaluation (3 credits)

PSE 603 Emergency Medical Services Management (3 credits)

PSE 604 Critical Incident Stress Management (3 credits)

PSE 605 EPA/OSHA Issues for Health Care Institutions (3 credits)

PSE 606 Behavioral Aspects of Health and Safety Promotion (3 credits)

PSE 607 Seminar: Environmental Crime (3 credits)

PSE 608 Strategic Planning for the Public Safety Sector (3 credits)

PSE 609 EPA/OSHA Auditing: Concepts and Procedures (3 credits)

PSE 610 Environmental Waste (3 credits)

PSE 611 Seminar: Global Chemical Regulations & Compliance Management (3 credits)

PSE 770 Independent Study in Public Safety (3 credits)

PSE 770 Independent Study in Environmental Protection and Safety Management (3 credits)

PSE 795-CS1 Case Study in Public Safety (3 credits)

PSE 795-CS3 Case Study in Environmental Protection and Safety Management (3 credits)

PSE 795-CS2 Case Study in Homeland Security (3 credits)

Department of Health Services

Education Departments

Admission Requirements and Procedures

M.S. in Education with Level I Certification

Master of Science in Education

Post-Baccalaureate Certification Programs

Teacher Intern Program

Educational Leadership Program

M.S. in Education with Instructional Technology Specialist Certification (Online Program)

The Interdisciplinary Doctor of Education Program for Educational Leaders

Education Course Offerings

EDL 600 Educational Leader as Researcher and Reflective Practitioner (EDU 40005) (3 credits)

EDL 605 Critical Contemporary Educational Issues (4575) (3 credits)

EDL 610 Promoting Communication, Collaboration, and Access to Community Resources (4705) (3 credits)

EDL 615 Comparative Education (3 credits)

EDL 625 Restorative Justice and Education (3 credits)

EDL 655 Interpersonal Relations (4315) (3 credits)

EDL 660 Measurement and Evaluation of Instructional Outcomes (EDU 4525) (3 credits)

EDL 665 Administration, Organizational Culture, and Planned Change (4505) (3 credits)

EDL 670 Educational Leadership and Human Resource Development (4515) (3 credits)

EDL 675 Curriculum Development and Practice in Public and Private Schools (4535) (3 credits)

EDL 680 Law and American Education (4545) (3 credits)

EDL 685 Seminar in Administration of Curriculum and Instruction (4555) (3 credits)

EDL 690 Managing Financial and Material Resources (4565) (3 credits)

EDL 695 Advanced Fieldwork/Seminar I (4595) (2 credits)

EDL 696 Advanced Fieldwork/Seminar II (4596) (2 credits)

EDL 697 Advanced Fieldwork/Seminar III (4597) (2 credits)

EDL 780 Policy, Politics, and Community Relations (5505) (3 credits)

EDL 785 Educational Planning and Evaluation (5515) (3 credits)

EDL 790 Managing Educational Environments (5525) (3 credits)

EDL 795 The Superintendency Fieldwork (5535) (3 credits)

EDL 800 Professional Seminar (7015) (3 credits)

EDL 805 Principles of Quantitative Research (7055) (3 credits)

EDL 810 Quantitative Research Design (7255) (3 credits)

EDL 815 Social Change, Culture, and Education (7045) (3 credits)

EDL 820 Ethics in Educational Leadership (7025) (3 credits)

EDL 825 Fiscal Resources (7165) (3 credits)

EDL 830 Contemporary Curriculum (7215) (3 credits)

EDL 835 Principles of Qualitative Research (7125) (3 credits)

EDL 840 Qualitative Research Design (7145) (3 credits)

EDL 845 Policy, Politics, and Community Relations in Education Reform (7225) (3 credits)

EDL 850 Educational Environment (7155) (3 credits)

EDL 855 Human Resource Development and Management (7115) (3 credits)

EDL 860 Educational Planning and Evaluation (7235) (3 credits)

EDL 865 Communications and Public Relations (7035) (3 credits)

EDL 870 Dissertation Seminar and Proposal Writing (7245) (3 credits)

EDL 875 Administering the Dynamic Institution (7235) (3 credits)

EDL 893 Dissertation Study (7995) (6 credits)

EDL 894 Dissertation Study (7985) (6 credits)

EDL 899 Dissertation Study (7975) (3 credits)

EDU 550 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Education (4015) (3 credits)

EDU 551 Psychology of Teaching: Developmental Perspectives (4035) (3 credits)

EDU 550F FE: Critical and Contemporary Perspectives in Education (4016, 601) (1 credit)

EDU 551F FE: Psychology of Teaching: Developmental Perspectives (4036) (1 credit)

EDU 555 Foundations of Early Childhood Education (ECE 4615) (3 credits)

EDU 560 Using Technology for Instruction and Assessment (5435) (3 credits)

EDU 557 Adolescent Psychology (4035, 551) (3 credits)

EDU 557F FE: Adolescent Psychology (4036, 551F) (1 credit)

EDU 606 Mathematics in Elementary Schools (4065) (3 credits)

EDU 607 Social Studies in Elementary Schools (4075) (3 credits)

EDU 608 Science in Elementary Schools (4085) (3 credits)

EDU 610 Instructional Techniques English (4125) (3 credits)

EDU 610F FE Instructional Techniques English (4126) (1 credits)

EDU 611 FE Instructional Techniques English (4126) (1 credit)

EDU 612 Instructional Techniques Social Studies (4135) (3 credits)

EDU 612F FE Instructional Techniques Social Studies (4136) (1 credit)

EDU 613 FE Instructional Techniques Social Studies (4136) (1 credit)

EDU 614 Instructional Techniques Foreign Languages (4145) (3 credits)

EDU 614F FE: Instructional Techniques Foreign Language Lab (4146) (1 credit)

EDU 616 Instructional Techniques Mathematics (4155) (3 credits)

EDU 616F FE: Instructional Techniques Mathematics (4156) (1 credit)

EDU 618 Instructional Techniques Science (4165) (3 credits)

EDU 618F FE: Instructional Techniques Science (4166) (1 credit)

EDU 621 Computers for Educators (4175) (3 credits)

EDU 622 Practice Issues & History of Art Education (4185) (3 credits)

EDU 622F Field Experience Art Education (4186) (1 credit)

EDU 623 Instructional Techniques Art Education (4186) 1 credit

EDU 625 Theory and Practice for Secondary Teaching (4205) (3 credits)

EDU 625F FE: Theory and Practice for Secondary Teaching (4205) (1 credit)

EDU 626 Practical Issues for Secondary Teaching Lab (4206) (1 credit)

EDU 630 Linguistic Topics in Education (4195) (3 credits)

EDU 632 Reading/Literature I (4045) (3 credits)

EDU 640 Reading/Literature II (4055) (3 credits)

EDU 643 FE Reading Literature II (4056)

EDU 646 Language and Culture (5915, 711) (3 credits)

EDU 646F FE: Language and Culture (1 credit)

EDU 647 Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum (4105) (3 credits)

EDU 653 Literacy and Learning Across teh Curriculum (4105) (3 credits)

EDU 669 Perspectives of Women in Education (5075) (3 credits)

EDU 670 Creative Expressions Perspectives(4095) (3 credits)

EDU 671 Writing in the Classroom (4355) (3 credits)

EDU 681 Mathematics in Elementary Schools (4065) (3credits)

EDU 682 Social Studies in Elementary Schools (4075) (3 credits)

EDU 683 Science in Elementary Schools (4085) (3 credits)

EDU 690 Elementary Student Teaching in Inclusive Environments (4215) (6 credits)

EDU 691 Secondary Student Teaching in Inclusive Environments (4225) (6 credits)

EDU 692 Elementary/Special Education Student Teaching (4235) (6 credits)

EDU 695 Student Teaching PreK-4 ( 12 credits)

EDU 696 Student Teaching 4-8 (12 credits) (4215, 690)

EDU 697 Secondary Student Teaching 7-12 (4225, 691) (6 credits)

EDU 698 Student Teaching Dual (4235, 692) (6 credits)

EDU 700 Psychology of Literacy (4415) (3 credits)

EDU 701 Literacy Assessment& Instruction K-3 (4425) (3 credits)

EDU 702 Literacy Assessment & Instruction 4-12 (4435) (3 credits)

EDU 703 Literacy Research (4445) (3 credits)

EDU 704 Planning and Organizing a Literacy Program (4455) (3 credits)

EDU 705 Literacy Practicum (4475) (6 credits)

EDU 706 Sociocultural Aspects of Literacy (4465) (3 credits)

EDU 707 Internship in Literacy (5455) (3 credits)

EDU 708 Multicultural Literature for Children (5445) (3 credits)

EDU 709 Literature for Adolescents (4115) (3 credits)

EDU 710 English Linguistics (5905) (3 credits)

EDU 712 Second Language Acquisition (5925) (3 credits)

EDU 713 Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (5935) (3 credits)

EDU 713F FE: Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (5936, 714)

EDU 714 Internship in ESL/Bilingual Programs (4 credits)

EDU 715 Selected Topics in Catholic Education (4795) (3 credits)

EDU 716 Cultural Diversity in Classrooms (4345) (3 credits)

EDU 717 Master’s Thesis in Education (6015) (3 credits)

ITS 605 Technology Applications for the Classroom (5315) (3 credits)

ITS 610 Applying Theories of Learning to Interactive Technologies (5345) (3 credits)

ITS 615 Introduction to Interactive Technologies (5365) (3 credits)

ITS 620 Multimedia Productions (5355) (3 credits)

ITS 625 Research in Instructional Technology (5325) (3 credits)

ITS 630 Instructional Design (5335) (3 credits)

ITS 635 Networks: Configurations and Implementation (EDU 5405) (3 credits)

ITS 640 Technology Planning Across the Curriculum (5305) (3 credits)

ITS 645 Distance Communications (EDU 5395) (3 credits)

ITS 646 Cultural /Linguistic Diversity and Technology (3 credits)

ITS 655 Delivering Instruction Using Interactive Peripherals (3 credits)

ITS 690 Instructional Technology Corporate Internship (6 credits)

ITS 695 Graduate Internship (EDU 5495) (6 credits)

Core Special Education Certification Courses

Special Education Advanced Courses

Wilson Reading Certification Courses

Autism Spectrum Disorder Specialist Endorsement Courses

Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Course Track – Hearing Impaired (N-12th Grade) Certification Courses

Supervisor of Special Education Courses *

Education Unit

Gerontological Services

Health Administration

Health Administration

Health Administration and Health Education Joint Degree

Master of Science in Long-Term Care Administration

Online Masters in Health Administration with a Concentration in Healthcare Informatics

Online Post-Master's Certificate in Healthcare Informatics

M.S. in Health Administration with a Concentration in Organization Development and Leadership

Post-Master’s Certificate in Health Administration

Certificate in Health Care Ethics

Health Administration Course Descriptions

Health Care Ethics

Health Education

Mathematics Education

Nurse Anesthesia

Organization Development and Leadership

Concentration in Adult Learning and Training

Concentration in Organizational Psychology and Development

Organization Development and Leadership Course Descriptions

ODL 600 Adult Learning: Theory and Application (TOD 4115) (3 credits)

ODL 605 Performance Consulting (TOD 4135) (3 credits)

ODL 610 Adult Learning Methods (TOD 4125) (3 credits)

ODL 615 Learning Design and Implementation (TOD 4145) (3 credits)

ODL 618 eLearning Design and Implementation (3 credits)

ODL 620 Psychological Assessments (ORG 7005) (3 credits)

ODL 625 Psychology of Executive Coaching (ORG 7015) (3 credits)

ODL 630 Leadership and Team Development (ORG 7035) (3 credits)

ODL 635 Seminar in Organizational Psychology Issues (ORG 7045) (3 credits)

ODL 640 Organization Development, Training and Talent Management in Modern Organizations (TOD 5235) (3 credits)

ODL 642 The Art of Facilitation (TOD 5265) (3 credits)

ODL 644 Leadership Development: Methods for Training (TOD 5285) (3 credits)

ODL 646 Career Development (ORG 7025) (3 credits)

ODL 647 Appreciative Inquiry: Theory and Practice of Positive Whole System Change (3 credits)

ODL 655 Organization Change and Culture (TOD 4165) (3 credits)

ODL 660 Strategic Leadership (TOD 4155) (3 credits)

ODL 665 Leading Teams (TOD 5255) (3 credits)

ODL 670 Facilitative Leadership and Organization Development (TOD 4175) (3 credits)

ODL 680 Coaching and Mentoring Skills (TOD 5245) (3 credits)

ODL 688 Social Media and Learning (3 credits)

ODL 690 Creative Problem Solving (TOD 5215) 3 credits

ODL 695 Organization Consulting: A Gestalt Approach ( 3 credits)

ODL 700 Organizational Development: Theory & Application (TOD 6305) (3 credits)

ODL 710 Intervention Skills: Strategy and Design (TOD 6315) (3 credits)

ODL 780 Research Design and Evaluation (TOD 6325) (3 credits)

ODL 785 Advanced Seminar (TOD 6335) (3 credits)

Concentration in Organization Dynamics and Leadership

Post-Baccalaureate/Post-Master’s Certificate in Adult Learning and Training, Organizational Psychology and Development, or Organization Dynamics and Leadership

Psychology

Theology and Society

Degree Requirements and Course Disbtribution

Biblical Studies

THE 511 Law and Ethics in the Hebrew Bible

THE 512 The Hebrew Bible and Its Inner "Re-readings"

THE 513 The Psalms

THE 521 The Gospels and Discipleship

THE 522 The Letters of Paul: Conversation across the Centuries

THE 523 Biblical Interpretation: Actualizing the Bible in Today’s Church and World

Historical Theology

THE 531 The Christian Tradition and Trajectory

THE 533 Christianity Today

THE 535 God, Gender, and Christian Spirituality

Systematic Theology

THE 541 Jesus through the Centuries

THE 542 The Triune God: The Relational Nature of the Divine

Distribution Requirement #2: THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

THE 547 Dignity, Rights, and Duties: The Many Facets of the Human Person

THE 548 Theology with and for the World

THE 549 Religion, Violence, and Terrorism

Distribution Requirement #3: ECCLESIOLOGY AND SACRAMENTS

THE 554 The Church as Sacrament for the World

THE 555 The Eucharist: A Vision of Solidarity

Christian Ethics

THE 561 Social Ethics

THE 562 Ethics and Economics

THE 563 Technology Ethics

THE 564 Mediator, Mediation, and the Media

THE 565/HCE 552 Theological Issues in Bioethics [course offered by SJU’s Institute of Catholic Bioethics]

THE 566/HAD 600 Ethics of Health Care [course offered by SJU’s Institute of Catholic Bioethics]

THE 567 The Greening of Catholic Understanding

THE 568 Politics and Religious Traditions in the USA

INTERRELIGIOUS RELATIONS

THE 581 The Church in Relation to Judaism

THE 583 Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

THE 585 The Religions of Asia

Other Courses

THE 694 Integrative Concluding Project (Elective)

Writing Studies Core Courses

AREA I—Writing And Culture (600-629)

AREA II—Rhetoric and Composition: Theory and Practice (630-659)

AREA III—Professional Writing (660-699)

Writing Studies

The Erivan K. Haub School of Business

M.B.A. Program

Saint Joseph’s MBA Curriculum

Retention Policies

Joint DO/MBA Program in Health and Medical Services Administration

Tuition and Financial Aid for DO/MBA Students

Inquiries

Accounting Courses

Business Intelligence Courses

Finance Courses

Health and Medical Services Administration Courses

Managing Human Capital

FBE 545 Family Business and the Global Economy (3 credits) (Gateway Course)

FIN 601 Pension and Benefits Administration (3 credits)

MGT 500 Managing Work Organizations (3 credits)

MGT 545 Global Revolutions and Business (3 credits) (Gateway Courses)

MGT 551 Empowering Human Potential At Work (3 credits)

MGT 552 Stakeholder Theory and Social Responsibility (3 credits)

MGT 553 Excellence In Organizations (3 credits)

MGT 554 Ethical Practices in Business (3 credits)

MGT 608 Leading for Sustainability (3 credits)

MHC 560 Introduction to Strategic Human Resource Management (3 credits)

MHC 561 Human Resource Research/Survey Methods (3 credits)

MHC 562 Employment and Labor Law (3 credits)

MHC 563 Human Resource Technology (3 credits)

MHC 565 Leading Change in Organizations (3 credits)

MGT 650 Business Law for Managers (3 credits)

MHC 651 Career Management in Organizations (3 credits)

MHC 653 Leadership in the Modern Organization (3 credits)

MHC 654 Managing Teams (3 credits)

MHC 655 Managing Workforce Diversity (3 credits)

MHC 656 INfluence,Negotiation, and Conflict Skills (3 credits)

MHC 662 Rewards Administration (3 credits)

MHC 663 Talent Selection and Retention (3 credits)

MHC 667 Human Resource Fundamentals

MHC 771 Topics in Managing Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 770 Manging Human Capital Study Tour (3 credits)

MHC 791 Internship I (3 credits)

MHC 792 Internship II (3 credits)

MHC 793 Practicum in Manging Human Capital (3 credits)

MHC 794 Research in Manging Human Capital (3 credits)

International Business Courses

Marketing Courses

Cross Functional Capstone

Master of Science in Business Intelligence

Master of Science in Financial Services Program

Master of Science in Managing Human Capital Program

Program Courses

Foundation Courses

Course Sequence

Sequence of Courses

Admissions Requirements and Procedures

Retention Policies

Graduation/Commencement Policies

Computer Usage

Inquiries

Master of Science in Managing Human Capital Courses

Elective Courses

Master of Science in International Marketing Program

Executive Programs

Executive M.B.A. Program

Schedule of Courses

The Candidate

Admissions Requirements

Structure of Admissions Committee

Transfer of Courses

Executive MBA Academic Policies and Regulations

Faculty/Course Management

General Information

Tuition

Deferred Payment Plan for Executive MBA Program

Inquiries

Executive M.B.A. Courses

Executive Master’s in Food Marketing Program

Curriculum for the M.B.A. in Food Marketing

Curriculum for the Master of Science in Food Marketing

Foundation Courses (For M.B.A. in Food Marketing)

Upper Level Courses (For M.S., M.B.A., and Post-Master’s Certificate)

ACC 580 Managerial Accounting I

ACC 581 †Managerial Accounting II

DSS 571 †Sales Forecasting

DSS 572 Business Statistics

DSS 573 Contemporary Information Technologies

FIN 552 Managerial Finance I

FIN 553 †Managerial Finance II

FMK 710 Problem Solving for Food Marketing Managers

FME 711 Food Marketing Management

FMK 712 How to Prepare and Use the Annual Marketing Plan

FMK 713 Food Marketing Strategy: A Warfare Approach

FMK 714 Strategy and Tactics of Food Pricing

FMK 715 Competitive Analysis

FMK 716 Turning Customer Service into Customer Delight

FMK 717 Ethnic Marketing

FMK 718 Creating and Measuring Customer Value

FMK 719 Private Label Sales and Marketing Strategies

FMK 720 Market Segmentation and Targeted Marketing

FMK 721 Qualitative Research Techniques in Food Marketing Research

FMK 722 Quantitative Research in Food Marketing

FMK 723 Food Advertising Research

FMK 724 Marketing Intelligence and Secondary Sources

FMK 725 Understanding the Food Customer and Consumer

FMK 726 New Product Planning

FMK 727 Legal Issues in Food Marketing

FMK 731 How to Create Effective Food Advertising

FMK 732 Making Consumer Promotions More Effective

FMK 733 Making Trade Promotions More Effective

FMK 741 International Food Business

FMK 742 International Marketing: Emerging Markets

FMK 743 International Marketing: Developed Markets

FMK 751 Supply Chain Management

FMK 752 Category Management/Retail Partnerships

FMK 753 Trends in Food Retailing

FMK 754 Food Retailing Tour

FMK 761 Food Technology and Packaging

FMK 762 Nutrition: Issues for Food Marketers

FMK 763 Food Marketing and Retail Technology

FMK 771 The Foodservice Industry

FMK 772 Foodservice Manufacturing and Distribution

FMK 773 On-Site and Commercial Foodservice

FMK 781 Independent Study in Food Marketing

FMK 782 Independent Study in Food Marketing

FMK 783 Future Issues

FMK 784 Food Industry Summit

FMK 789 Social and Ethical Issues in Food Marketing

FME 799 †Masters of Science in Food Marketing Capstone

BUS 591 Business Ethics

MGT 592 Empowering Individual Potential for the Practicing Executive

MGT 593 Empowering Groups and Teams for the Practicing Executive

MGT 690 †Leadership and Development

FME 795 †Capstone for Master of Science in Food Marketing

FME 795 †Capstone for M.B.A. in Food Marketing

Executive Online Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA for Executives

Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Post Master's Certificate for Executives

Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA for Executives

Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Post MBA/Masters and Advanced Certificates for Executives

Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Post MBA/Master's and Advanced Certificates Curriculum

College of Professional and Liberal Studies

Advanced Standing for Transfer Students

Credit for Prior Learning

Second Degree Candidates

Academic Advising in the CPLS

Registration

Academic Policies and Regulations

Curricula

Program Requirements

B.A. Programs

B.S. Programs

B.S. Business Programs

Associate Degree Programs

Certificate Programs

Course Descriptions

Accounting Courses

Biology Courses

Business (Interdisciplinary) Courses

Chemistry Courses

Classics Courses

Computer Science Courses

Decision & System Sciences Courses

Economics Courses

Education

Teacher Certification Program: Admission and Retention

Praxis Examinations

Obtaining a Teaching Certificate

Preparation of Students for Catholic Schools

Education Course Descriptions

Department of Teacher Education

EDU 160 Schools in Society (3 credits)

EDU 151 Development, Cognition and Learning (3 credits)

EDU 160F Field Experience for Schools in Society (0 credit)

EDU 151F Field Experience for Development, Cognition and Learning (0 credit)

EDU 155 Foundations of Early Childhood Education (3 credits)

EDU 155F Field Experience for EDU 155 Foundations of Early Childhood Education

EDU 230 Early Literacy and Numeracy (3 credits)

EDU 231 Assessment and Evaluation in Education (3 credits)

EDU 232 Reading/Literature I (3 credits)

EDU 231F Field Experience for EDU 231 Assessment and Evaluation in Education

EDU 232F Field Experience for EDU 232 Reading/Literature I

EDU 240 Reading/Literature II (3 credits)

EDU 240F Field Experience Reading Lit II (1 credit)

EDU 241 Social and Motor Development (3 credits)

EDU 242 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Early Childhood (3 credits)

EDU 242F Field Experience for EDU 242 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Early Childhood (1 credit)

EDU 246 Literacy, Language and Culture (3 credits)

EDU 246F Field Experience for EDU 246 Literacy, Language and Culture

EDU 362 Social Studies Thru Arts PK-4 (3 credits)

EDU 362F Field Experience for EDU 362 Social Studies Thru Arts PK-4 (0 credits)

EDU 363 Science Methods PK-4 (3 credits)

EDU 363F Field Experience for EDU 363 Science Methods PK-4

EDU 365 Mathematics and Technology PK-4 (3 credits)

EDU 365F Field Experience for EDU 365 Mathematics and Technology PK-4

SPE 495-EDU 498 Dual Major (PK-4 & Special Ed K-8) Student Teaching (12 credits)

EDU 495 PK-4 Student Teaching (12 credits)

Department of Special Education

English

Concentration in Literature

Concentration in Professional Writing and Speaking

Lower Division English Courses

Upper Division English

Professional Writing and Speaking

Finance

Art

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Health Administration

History

Labor Studies

Program Objectives

Labor Studies Courses

Legal Studies

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Music, Theatre and Film Courses

Organizational Development and Leadership

Objectives

Organizational Development and Leadership Courses

ODL 200 Career and Personal Development (3 credits)

ODL 300 Organizational Development (3 credits)

ODL 310 Group and Team Dynamics (3 credits)

ODL 320 Leadership and Development (3 credits)

ODL 330 Issues in Organizational Development (3 credits)

ODL 340 Coaching and Consulting (3 credits)

ODL 400 Capstone Project in Organizational Development (3 credits)

Paralegal Certificate

Philosophy

Physics

Political Science

Pre-Health Science

Professional Writing and Speaking

Psychology

Supply Chain Procurement

Sign Language

Sociology

Theology and Religious Studies

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