2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses of Instruction

Contents

  • Accounting
  • American Studies2
  • Art1
  • Asian Studies2
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Biology1
  • Business Administration1
  • Chinese3
  • Chemistry1
  • Communication1
  • Computer Information Systems1
  • Computer Science1
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics1
  • Education3
  • English1
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Studies2
  • Ethnic Studies2
  • Exercise Science
  • French1
  • Geography3
  • Geology1
  • German1
  • Global Studies1
  • Greek3
  • Hebrew3
  • History1
  • History Pedagogy
  • Honors3
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Interdisciplinary Educational Studies
  • International Business2
  • Languages and Cultures3
  • Learning Resources3
  • Legal Studies2
  • Marketing Communication
  • Mathematics1
  • Multimedia1
  • Music1
  • Music Production
  • Philosophy1
  • Physics1
  • Political Science1
  • Psychology1
  • Religion1
  • Science (Applied Scientific Computing)2
  • Sociology1
  • Spanish1
  • Theatre Arts1
  • Theology and Christian Leadership
  • University3
  • Women’s Studies2
1

Minor also offered

2

Minor only offered

3

Non Major/Minor

System of Course Descriptions

Courses of study and their descriptions are arranged according to course numbers within their departments.

The following classification system identifies a course as freshman, sophomore, junior or senior level. Freshman and sophomore courses are in the lower division; junior and senior courses are in the upper division.

The course value in semester credits is indicated within parentheses after the course title.

Course Numbering System

  • Courses numbered 01-99
    designate preparation courses not applicable to degree credit.
  • Courses numbered 100-199
    are usually taken by freshman students.
  • Courses numbered 200-299
    are usually taken by sophomores.
  • Courses numbered 300-499
    are upper division courses normally taken by juniors and seniors. A freshman or sophomore may take upper division courses with consent of the instructor.
  • Courses numbered 500-599
    are graduate level courses.
  • Courses numbered 600-799
    are doctoral level courses.
  • Courses numbered 800-899
    are professional development
  • Courses numbered 900-999
    are Continuing Education Units (CEU).
  • Teaching Credential: Contact the School of Education or the appropriate department adviser for a complete list of courses needed to fulfill subject matter requirements for a Multiple Subject or Single Subject Credential.