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    Radford University
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
2016 - 2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 The following section contains course descriptions.  Click here for information about how to read a course description .

 

Accounting

   •  ACTG 211 - Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
   •  ACTG 212 - Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
   •  ACTG 311 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACTG 312 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACTG 313 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACTG 314 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACTG 401 - International Accounting
   •  ACTG 411 - Federal Taxation
   •  ACTG 412 - Advanced Taxation
   •  ACTG 413 - Advanced Financial Topics
   •  ACTG 414 - Auditing
   •  ACTG 415 - Accounting Theory
   •  ACTG 416 - Governmental and Not-For- Profit Accounting
   •  ACTG 471 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACTG 472 - Independent Study
   •  ACTG 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  ACTG 490 - Accounting Internship

Anthropological Sciences

   •  ANSC 101 - Anthropology of the Human Past
   •  ANSC 103 - Ancient Worlds of the Maya, the Aztec, and the Inka
   •  ANSC 201 - Introduction to Anthropological Research
   •  ANSC 210 - Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
   •  ANSC 211 - Forensic Archaeology
   •  ANSC 301 - Principles of Archaeology
   •  ANSC 302 - Principles of Biological Anthropology
   •  ANSC 303 - Quantitative and Computer Methods in Anthropology
   •  ANSC 320 - Human Osteology
   •  ANSC 321 - Archaeological Field and Lab Methods
   •  ANSC 330 - Primatology
   •  ANSC 333 - World Prehistory
   •  ANSC 361 - Human Impacts on the Prehistoric Environment
   •  ANSC 400 - Senior Seminar
   •  ANSC 401 - Anthropological Theory
   •  ANSC 410 - Paleoanthropology
   •  ANSC 420 - Advanced Forensic Anthropology
   •  ANSC 430 - Bioarchaeology
   •  ANSC 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  ANSC 493 - Field School in Archaeology
   •  ANSC 495 - Seminar in Anthropological Sciences
   •  ANSC 496 - Seminar in Biological Anthropology
   •  ANSC 497 - Seminar in Archaeological Anthropology
   •  ANSC 498 - Independent Study
   •  ANSC 499 - Internship

Appalachian Studies

   •  APST 200 - Introducing Appalachia
   •  APST 460 - Seminar: Current Issues in Appalachian Studies
   •  APST 480 - Appalachian Studies Internship
   •  APST 490 - Highland Summer Conference Writers' Workshop
   •  APST 495 - Research in Appalachia
   •  APST 498 - Independent Study

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 221 - Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture
   •  ASL 222 - American Sign Language (ASL) II
   •  ASL 323 - American Sign Language (ASL) III
   •  ASL 324 - American Sign Language (ASL) IV

Arabic

   •  ARAB 101 - Elementary Arabic I
   •  ARAB 102 - Elementary Arabic II
   •  ARAB 201 - Intermediate Arabic I
   •  ARAB 202 - Intermediate Arabic II
   •  ARAB 300 - Arabic Readings and Culture
   •  ARAB 303 - Conversation in Arabic I
   •  ARAB 498 - Independent Study

Art

In the Art course descriptions, please note the following course designations: courses listed as 2-D are two dimensional studio courses; courses listed as 3-D are three dimensional studio courses; Courses are listed under 4 prefixes: ART for general and core art courses; ARTS for studio art, ARTG for graphic design, and ARTH for art history.

   •  ART 100 - Art Appreciation
   •  ART 215 - Art History Survey: Prehistory to Gothic
   •  ART 216 - Art History Survey: Renaissance to Contemporary
   •  ART 366 - Art History Travel Study
   •  ART 429 - History of Graphic Design
   •  ART 437 - Technology, Art, and Vision
   •  ART 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  ART 492 - Museum Practicum
   •  ART 493 - Museum Internship
   •  ART 494 - Internship
   •  ART 498 - Independent Studies

Art Education

   •  ARTE 212 - 2-D Media, Materials, and Techniques for the Classroom
   •  ARTE 213 - 3-D Media, Materials, and Techniques for the Classroom
   •  ARTE 241 - Elementary Art Education Theory and Practice
   •  ARTE 242 - Secondary Art Education Theory and Practice
   •  ARTE 340 - Clinical Experience in Art Education

Art Graphic Design

   •  ARTG 280 - Introduction to Graphic Design
   •  ARTG 281 - Graphic Design Production Techniques
   •  ARTG 282 - Typography and Layout Design
   •  ARTG 289 - Program Entry Review
   •  ARTG 380 - Creativity and Design
   •  ARTG 381 - 3D Computer Graphics
   •  ARTG 382 - Branding Design
   •  ARTG 383 - Graphic Design for the Web
   •  ARTG 384 - Digital Painting
   •  ARTG 480 - Publication Design
   •  ARTG 481 - Advanced Graphic Design Production Techniques
   •  ARTG 482 - Packaging and 3-D Design.
   •  ARTG 483 - Interactive Motion Graphics
   •  ARTG 484 - Senior Graphic Design Project
   •  ARTG 485 - Portfolio Preparation and Studio Management for Graphic Designers
   •  ARTG 489 - Program Exit Review

Art History

   •  ARTH 301 - Art History Bridge: Intermediate Level Special Topics
   •  ARTH 316 - Art Outside the Western Tradition
   •  ARTH 400 - Theory, Methods and Writing in Art History
   •  ARTH 401 - Cabinets of Curiosity: The History, Criticism and Aesthetics of Museums (MS)
   •  ARTH 410 - Ancient/Classical Art
   •  ARTH 411 - Medieval Art
   •  ARTH 412 - Renaissance Art
   •  ARTH 413 - Baroque and Rococo Art
   •  ARTH 414 - Special Topics in Pre-Modern Art History.
 

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