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Abnormal Psychology

Examines etiological, theoretical, clinical, diagnostic, and experimental perspectives of major mental health disorders, with an emphasis on the main symptoms and diagnostic criteria associated with these disorders. Prereq., PSYC 1001. Credit not granted for both PSYC 3303 and PSYC 3313. Formerly PSYC 4303.
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Alternative World Futures

Aims to help students think about the future of the world in a systematic way. Focuses on alternative projections and policies dealing with major problems. Prereq., PSCI 2223 and junior or senior standing.
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Animals and Society

Examines the role of non-human animals in human society. Investigates the social construction of the human/animal boundary. Challenges ideas that animals are neither thinking nor feeling. Examines the many ways humans rely on animals. Considers the link between animal cruelty and other violence. Explores the moral status of animals. Prereq., SOCY 1001.
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Biology: A Human Approach 1

Studies the principles of biology and their implications. Central theme is humans and the environment, emphasizing ecology, natural resource conservation, and the interrelatedness of a growing human population. Recommended for nonscience majors. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: non-lab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Calculus for Social Science and Business

Covers differential and integral calculus of algebraic, logarithmic, and exponential functions. Prereq., MATH 1011, 1071, 1010, or 1070 or placement exam score for MATH 1020 or two years high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 1080, 1090, 1100, 1300, 1310, APPM 1350, and ECON 1088. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: quantitative reasoning and mathematical sk...
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College Algebra

Covers simplifying algebraic expressions, factoring linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, exponentials, logarithms, functions, and graphs, and systems of equations. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 1005, MATH 1150 or APPM 1235. Prereq., one year high school algebra. Meets MAPS requirement for mathematics. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: quantitative reasoning a...
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Communication, Technology, and Society

Presents theory, research, and exploration into computer-based technologies; studies implications for communication, interaction, and social relationships. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) Communication majors. Recommended prereqs., COMM 1210 and COMM 1600.
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Contemporary Media Analysis

An introduction to the role of media in contemporary society, focusing on the cultural, political, economic, and historical context within which print and media technologies developed and how audiences interact with and influence the use of media.
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Dance and Popular Culture

Explores and contextualizes contemporary popular culture and dance. Introduces methods of critical analysis that reveal the rich heritage hidden within and around the dances students commonly encounter at the club, on the street, on television, on the big screen, and elsewhere in everyday life. Through watching, reading, and discussion, students discover new meaning in their lived cultural exper...
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Discourse, Culture, and Identities

Examines how aspects of talk (e.g., turn-taking, speech acts, narratives, dialect, and stance indicators) link with identities (e.g., ethnic and racial, age, gender, work-related, and personal). Considers how communication is central to constructing who people are and examines social controversies related to talk and identities. Approved for GT-SS3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum...
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Drawing for Non-Majors

Explores varied drawing techniques and media. Introduces concepts relevant to the understanding of drawing and the creative process. May not be repeated.
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Environment and Culture

Examines nature-culture interactions and the effects of development and resource use on environmental quality, as well as practical efforts to manage and protect the environment. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.
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Environment and Society

Examines how both natural and built environments influence human behavior and social organization. Focuses on microenvironments and their influence on individuals; the impact of macroenvironments on societal organization; and environmental movements. Credit not granted for this course and SOCY 3091. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: ideals and values.
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Environmental Ethics

Examines major traditions in moral philosophy to see what light they shed on value issues in environmental policy and the value presuppositions of the economic, ecological, and juridical approaches to the environment. Prereq., PHIL 1100, 1200, 2200, 3100, or 3200. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomore, Junior, or Senior) only. Same as ENVS 3140. Approved for arts and sciences core...
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Environmental Systems 1: Climate and Vegetation

Introduces the atmospheric environment of the Earth: elements and controls of climate and their implications for hydrology, vegetation, and soils. Emphasizes distribution of physical features across the Earth’s surface and interactions between humans and their environment, especially those leading to global change on the decade to century time scale. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement...
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Environmental Systems 2: Landscapes and Water

Introduces landscapes and flowing water, emphasizing the formation and geographic distribution of mountains, volcanoes, valleys, and deserts, and their shaping by rivers and glaciers. Includes field trips. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: nonlab or lab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Ethics

Introductory study of major philosophies on the nature of the good for humanity, principles of evaluation, and moral choice as they apply to contemporary moral problems. Approved for GT-AH3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: ideals and values.
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Explorations in Anthropology: Digital Anthropology

Researches from an anthropological perspective emerging technologies and Internet platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia, “cloud” computing, Second Life, and Instagram. Examines, through hands-on examples, how the Internet increasingly shapes contemporary culture, communication, and sociality. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours. Designed for juniors and seniors. Same as ANTH...
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Finite Mathematics for Social Science and Business

Discusses systems of linear equations and introduces matrices, linear programming, and probability. Prereq., MATH 1011 or 1 1/2 years of high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 1050, 1060 and 1070. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: quantitative reasoning and mathematical skills.
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Food and Society

Examines the food system along the lines of social justice and environmental sustainability. Investigates the institutional and cultural supports of major food system problems and contemporary efforts to address those problems, including the realms of food production, processing, distribution, marketing, policy, regulation, consumption, and activism. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Ju...
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General Biology 1

Provides a concentrated introduction to molecular, cellular, genetic, and evolutionary biology. Emphasizes fundamental principles, concepts, facts, and questions. Intended for science majors. Credit not granted for this course and EPOB 2060, 2660 or KAPH 2060. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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General Biology 2

Provides a concentrated introduction to organisms, homeostasis, development, behavior, and ecology. Emphasizes fundamental principles, concepts, facts,and questions. Intended for science majors. Prereq., EBIO 1210 or equivalent. Credit not granted for this course and EPOB 2050 or 2650. Approved for GT-SC1. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Geography of China

Surveys the world’s most populous country, examining physical and historical geography, urbanization and regional development, agriculture, population, energy, and the environment. Seeks to situate China’s development in a broader Asian and global context. Recommended prereqs., GEOG 1982, 1992, 2002 or 2412. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: human diversity.
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History of the United States since 1865

Surveys social, economic, political, and cultural development of the United States from the close of the American Civil War to the present. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or U.S. history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context.
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History of the United States to 1865

Surveys American history from first settlement until end of the Civil War. Also available through correspondence study. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or U.S. history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context.
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Human Geographies

Examines social, political, economic, and cultural processes creating the geographical worlds in which we live, and how these spatial relationships shape our everyday lives. Studies urban growth, geopolitics, agricultural development and change, economic growth and decline, population dynamics, and migration exploring both how these processes work at global scale as well as shape geographies of ...
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Interpersonal Communication

Focuses on basic processes in face-to-face interaction, including verbal and nonverbal messages, coordination in conversation, messages about self and others, and communication in personal relationships. Emphasizes theory and concepts rather than skills. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Recommended prereqs., COMM 1210 and COMM 1600.
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Introduction to American Politics

Emphasizes interrelations among levels and branches of government, formal and informal institutions, processes, and behavior. Approved for GT-SS1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or U.S. history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: contemporary societies or United States context.
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Introduction to British History since 1660

Deals with the period from the 17th century to the present. Political, economic, social, and imperial developments that contributed to creation of the modern industrial and democratic state are the major issues covered. Formerly HIST 2123. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: historical context.
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Introduction to Geology

Introductory geology for majors and nonmajors. Studies Earth, its materials, its characteristics, its dynamic processes, and how it relates to people. Separate lab (GEOL 1030) is optional. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: nonlab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Introduction to Human Physiology

Introduces the physiology of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, immune, endocrine, digestive, and reproductive systems. Designed for non-Integrative Physiology majors. Prereqs., EBIO 1210 and 1220; CHEM 1133 and 1134. Recommended prereqs., IPHY 3410 and 3415 or IPHY 3460.
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Introduction to Philosophy

Introduces fundamental topics of philosophy (e.g., knowledge, truth, universals, self, the mind-body problem, time, God, and value). Approved for GT-AH3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: ideals and values.
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology 1

Detailed consideration of human biology, the place of humans in the animal kingdom, primate ecology, and fossil evidence for human evolution. Credit not granted for this course and ANTH 2050. Required for ANTH majors. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: non-lab. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Introduction to Scientific Writing in Integrative Physiology

Provides an overview of writing skills and strategies, emphasizing those most important to the sciences, especially physiology. Focuses on fundamental skills, objective analysis, and scientific persuasion, with attention to clear organization and style, academic and scientific mechanics, and distinctions between audiences. Meets MAPS requirement for English. Approved for arts and sciences core c...
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Introduction to Sociology

Examines basic sociological ideas including social relations, social interaction, social structure, and social change. Examples are drawn from societies around the world. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general. Approved for GT-SS3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: contemporary societies.
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Introduction to Statistics

Elementary statistical measures. Introduces statistical distributions, statistical inference, and hypothesis testing. Prereq., two years of high school algebra. Credit not granted for this course and MATH 4520/5520 or MATH 3510.
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Masterpieces of American Literature

Enhances student understanding of the American literary and artistic heritage through an intensive study of a few centrally significant texts, emphasizing works written before the 20th century. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
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Masterpieces of British Literature

Introduces students to a range of major works of British literature, including at least one play by Shakespeare, a pre-20th century English novel, and works by Chaucer and/or Milton. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
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Media Ethics

Provides students with an overview of the theories, ethics codes, and analytical models that are used in journalism, public relations, and advertising. Introduces students to a variety of ethical issues that can arise across media professions, as well as the industry practices that can lead to ethical lapses, and teaches students how to challenge those practices. Designed for students with 57-18...
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Modern and Contemporary Literature for Nonmajors

Close study of significant 20th century poetry, drama, and prose works. Readings range from 1920s to the present. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
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Modern British and Irish Novel

Studies major figures and trends in the 20th century.
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Music in American Culture

Offers a stylistic and historical examination of trends that have influenced present-day music in the U.S. Formerly EMUS 2752. Designed for non-music majors. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context.
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Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

Provides a comprehensive treatment of how the brain acquires, stores, and retrieves memories. To do this we will consider (a) the methods used to address these issues, (b) what we know about how brain systems are organized to support memories of different types, and (c) the synaptic mechanisms that are involved. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors). Prereqs., PSYC 2012 ...
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Nutrition for Health and Performance

Focuses on the basic anatomy, physiology, and chemistry of nutrition. Topics include weight management, the role of diet and lifestyle in disease prevention, specific nutrient deficiencies and toxicities, nutrition standards and guidelines, sports nutrition recommendations, agricultural practices, and food policy issues. IPHY juniors or seniors are excluded from taking this course. Credit not gr...
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Open Topics in Writing: Advanced: Digital Literacies

Advanced topics course providing intensive, specialized writing instruction in selected topics. Check with the program for semester offerings. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours if the topics are different. Does not fulfill core requirements. Prereqs., WRTG 3007, 3020, or 3030, or 3035, or 3040, or instructor consent required.
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Open Topics in Writing: Advanced: Digital Literacies

Advanced topics course providing intensive, specialized writing instruction in selected topics. Check with the program for semester offerings. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours if the topics are different. Does not fulfill core requirements. Prereqs., WRTG 3007, 3020, or 3030, or 3035, or 3040, or instructor consent required.
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Our Changing Environment: El Nino, Ozone, and Climate

Discusses the Earth’s climate for nonscience majors, focusing on the role of the atmosphere, oceans, and land surface. Describes the water cycle, atmospheric circulations, and ocean currents, and how they influence global climate, El Nino, and the ozone hole. Discusses human impacts from climate change. Prereq., ATOC 1050. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Persuasion in Society

Explores how persuasion influences decision making. Focuses on different definitions and models of persuasion, ethical perspectives on persuasion, qualitative and quantitative research on persuasion, and the tools of motivation, as well as how to create effective and ethical persuasive messages. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) Communication majors. Prereqs., COMM 121...
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Philosophy and Society

Introduces philosophical thought through critical analysis of our own society, its institutions, and principles. Approved for GT-AH3. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: United States context or ideals and values.
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Philosophy and the Sciences

Considers philosophical topics and concepts related to the natural sciences, such as the following: science and pseudo-science; scientific method; the nature of explanation, theory, confirmation, and falsification; the effect of science on basic concepts like mind, freedom, time, and causality; ethics of experimentation; and the relation of science to society. Approved for GT-AH3. Approved for a...
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Precalculus Mathematics

Develops techniques and concepts prerequisite to calculus through the study of trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and other functions. Prereq., one and a half years of high school algebra. Students having credit for college algebra and trigonometry may not receive additional credit for MATH 1150. Students with credit for college algebra receive only 2 additional hours of credit...
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Primate Behavior

Surveys naturalistic primate behavior. Emphasizes social behavior, behavioral ecology, and evolution as they lead to an understanding of human behavior. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: natural science.
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Principles and Practices of Argumentation

Focuses on principles of argument, the process of critical decision making, and uses and limitations of logic and evidence. Contemporary issues (personal, social, political, or philosophical) are analyzed and debated. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors). Prereq., COMM 1210 and COMM 1600.
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Psychology and Neuroscience of Exercise

Integrative course exploring the social, cognitive, neuroscience, and physiological aspects of exercise as it relates to mental health. Examines how psychological and neuroscience research have been used to study how participation in regular physical activity affects mental health and how psychological variables influence participation in, adherence to, enjoyment of, and performance in sports an...
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Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematical Skills

Promotes mathematical literacy among liberal arts students. Teaches basic mathematics, logic, and problem-solving skills in the context of higher level mathematics, science, technology, and/or society. This is not a traditional math class, but is designed to stimulate interest in and appreciation of mathematics and quantitative reasoning as valuable tools for comprehending the world in which we ...
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Revolution in History: The Haitian Revolution of 1791

Examines one of the most amazing and significant revolutions in history, yet one that, until recently, was largely ignored and misunderstood by historians and other scholars in the West as well as the Atlantic world. Publication of C.L.R. James The Black Jacobins in 1937 initiated a reevaluation of the revolution and its most notable hero, Toissaint L’Overture. Consequently, a new historiograp...
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Sex, Gender, and Society 1

Examines status and power differences between the sexes at individual and societal levels. Emphasizes historical context of gender roles and status, reviews major theories of gender stratification. Same as WMST 1016. Approved for GT-SS3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: human diversity.
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Sex, Gender, and Society 2

Studies status and power differences between the sexes at individual, group, and societal levels. Examines empirically established sex differences, and reviews biological, psychological, and sociological explanations for gender differences. Prereqs., SOCY 1016 or WMST 2000. Designed for junior/senior SOCY majors. Same as WMST 4016.
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Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s poetry and drama. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) English or Humanities majors.
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Shakespeare for Nonmajors

Introduces students to Shakespeare’s major works: the histories, comedies, and tragedies. May include the nondramatic poetry as well. Designed for students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors). Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: literature and the arts.
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Social Problems

Examines U.S. society from a normative perspective emphasizing theories of social change. Considers such problems as distribution of power, unemployment, poverty, racism and sexism, the changing role of the family, and drugs. Approved for GT-SS3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: ideals and values.
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Special Topics in Technology, Arts, and Media: Universal Design for Digital Media

Examines the standards and methods for designing digital material which is not only accessible for persons with disabilities but also effective and usable for all users and all platforms. We will review standards for usability and accessibility, focusing on the concepts of universal design, web standards, and accessibility best practices. Topics to be covered include (x)html standards, structure...
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Statistics and Research Methods in Psychology

Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics and their roles in psychological research. Topics include correlation, regression, T-test, analysis of variance, and selected nonparametric statistics. Prereq., MATH 1011 or MATH 1071 or MATH 1150, or MATH 1300.
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Studies in American Literature after 1900

Extensive study of particular periods and movements in American literature. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Juniors or Seniors).
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Symbolic Politics

Introduces uses and abuses of symbols as instruments and indicators of political change. Prereq., PSCI 1101. Recommended prereq., junior or senior standing.
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Topics in Writing: Environmental Writing

Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) arts and sciences studen...
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Topics in Writing: Food and Culture

Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) arts and sciences studen...
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Topics in Writing: Gender and Representation

Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) arts and sciences studen...
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Topics in Writing: Sports in American Culture

Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) arts and sciences studen...
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Topics in Writing: Travel Writing

Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) arts and sciences studen...
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Water Resources and Water Management of Western United States

Interprets and analyzes hydroclimatic data, surface, and groundwater. Critically evaluates water use, emphasizing problems associated with geographic maldistribution, appropriations, irrigation, industry, pollution, and regional development. Same as GEOG 5501.
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Weather and the Atmosphere

Introduces principles of modern meteorology for nonscience majors, with emphasis on scientific and human issues associated with severe weather events. Includes description, methods of prediction, and impacts of blizzards, hurricanes, thunderstorms, tornadoes, lightning, floods, and firestorms. Approved for GT-SC1. Meets MAPS requirement for natural science: non-lab. Approved for arts and science...
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Western Civilization 1: From Antiquity to the 16th Century

Surveys the development of Western civilization from its beginnings in the ancient near East through the Reformation of the 16th century. Credit not granted for this course and HIST 1030. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or world history. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: historical context.
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Western Civilization 2: 16th Century to the Present

Surveys political, economic, social, and intellectual developments in European history from the 16th century to the present. Similarities and contrasts between European states are underscored, as is Europe’s changing role in world history. Credit not granted for this course and HIST 1040. Approved for GT-HI1. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: general or world history. Approved for art...
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Western European Politics

Comparatively analyzes development of the political systems and processes of European democracies. Emphasizes contemporary institutions, decision making patterns, and policy issues. Special attention to challenges of welfare systems. Prereq., PSCI 2012 or IAFS 1000. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: contemporary societies.
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World Regional Geography

Involves an intellectual journey around the globe, stopping at major regions to study the people, their environments, and how they interact. Topics include the political/economic tensions in changing Europe, conflicts in Brazilian rain forests, transitions facing African peoples, and rapid changes in China. Meets MAPS requirement for social science: geography.
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Writing on Business and Society

Through selected reading and writing assignments, students examine ethical and social issues in the context of business decision-making processes. Focuses on critical thinking, analytical writing, and oral presentation. Taught as a writing workshop, the course emphasizes effective communication with professional and non-technical audiences. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed fo...
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Writing on Science and Society

Through selected reading and writing assignments, students consider ethical and social ramifications of science policy and practice. Focuses on critical thinking, analytical writing, and oral presentation. Taught as a writing workshop, the course addresses communication with professional and non-technical audiences. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Designed for students with 57-180 cr...
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