Feb 20, 2019  
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


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

 

Nutrition and Dietetics

   •  NUTR 304 - Research Methods in Nutrition and Dietetics
   •  NUTR 310 - Food Service Studies I: Introduction to Food Service Systems
   •  NUTR 315 - Food Service Studies II: Operations Management
   •  NUTR 316 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle I: Maternal and Child
   •  NUTR 317 - Nutrition in the Life Cycle II: Adult and Elderly
   •  NUTR 320 - Food Science and Preparation
   •  NUTR 405 - Community and Cultural Nutrition
   •  NUTR 414 - Advanced Nutrition and Biochemistry I
   •  NUTR 415 - Advanced Nutrition and Biochemistry II
   •  NUTR 420 - Diet Planning and Preparation
   •  NUTR 425 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
   •  NUTR 426 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
   •  NUTR 435 - Nutrition Counseling and Education I
   •  NUTR 436 - Nutrition Counseling and Education II
   •  NUTR 436 - Nutrition Counseling and Education II
   •  NUTR 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  NUTR 498 - Independent Study

Peace Studies

   •  PEAC 200 - Introduction to Peace Studies
   •  PEAC 280 - Introduction to the Concepts, Process, and Practice of Mindfulness
   •  PEAC 300 - Special Topics in Peace Studies
   •  PEAC 489 - Peace Studies
   •  PEAC 498 - Independent Study
   •  PEAC 499 - Senior Portfolio

Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship

   •  OURS 100 - Introductory Seminar in Research, Scholarship, and Creative Works

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 111 - Introduction: Knowledge, Reality, and the Human Condition
   •  PHIL 112 - Introduction: Ethics and Society
   •  PHIL 200 - The Origins of Western Philosophy
   •  PHIL 201 - Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
   •  PHIL 213 - Critical Reasoning and Argumentation
   •  PHIL 305 - Early Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 306 - Late Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 310 - Professional Ethics
   •  PHIL 320 - Metaphysics
   •  PHIL 330 - Theories of Knowledge
   •  PHIL 340 - Symbolic Logic
   •  PHIL 350 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 360 - Existential Philosophy
   •  PHIL 366 - Philosophy Travel Course
   •  PHIL 375 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHIL 380 - Aesthetics
   •  PHIL 390 - Ethical Theory
   •  PHIL 421 - Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  PHIL 490 - Philosophy Internship
   •  PHIL 498 - Independent Study

Philosophy & Religious Studies

   •  PHRE 202 - Current Topics in Ethical Inquiry

Physical Science

   •  PHSC 301 - Meteorology
   •  PHSC 350 - Physical Science
   •  PHSC 402 - Methods of Science Teaching
   •  PHSC 420 - Selected Topics in Physical Science
   •  PHSC 431 - Energy and the Environment
   •  PHSC 450 - Energy and Environment for the Elementary Classroom
   •  PHSC 488 - Final Honors Thesis
   •  PHSC 490 - Internship
   •  PHSC 498 - Independent Study

Physics

   •  PHYS 111 - General Physics
   •  PHYS 112 - General Physics
   •  PHYS 221 - Physics
   •  PHYS 222 - Physics
   •  PHYS 231 - Topics in Applied Physics
   •  PHYS 301 - Meteorology
   •  PHYS 305 - Modern Physics
   •  PHYS 306 - Intermediate Mechanics
   •  PHYS 308 - Electricity and Magnetism
   •  PHYS 309 - Electronics Laboratory
   •  PHYS 310 - Optics
   •  PHYS 315 - Embedded Microcontrollers
   •  PHYS 325 - Geophysics Field Research
   •  PHYS 330 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
   •  PHYS 370 - Computational Methods in Physics
   •  PHYS 406 - Geophysics
   •  PHYS 420 - Mechanics
   •  PHYS 421 - Electromagnetic Theory I
   •  PHYS 422 - Electromagnetic Theory II
   •  PHYS 430 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 441 - Electronics for Scientists
   •  PHYS 450 - Selected Topics in Physics
   •  PHYS 470 - Physics Reading and Research
   •  PHYS 481 - Undergraduate Research
   •  PHYS 488 - Final Honors Thesis
   •  PHYS 490 - Internship
   •  PHYS 498 - Independent Study

Political Science

Upper-level courses are designated (AG) American Government; (CG) Comparative Government; (IR) International Relations; (PT) Political Theory; and/or (PA) Public Administration.

   •  POSC 110 - Introduction to Politics
   •  POSC 120 - Introduction to American Government
   •  POSC 201 - Critical Inquiry in Political Science
   •  POSC 202 - Ethical Inquiry in Political Science
   •  POSC 231 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
   •  POSC 241 - Introduction to International Relations
   •  POSC 291 - Political Inquiry
   •  POSC 292 - Political Science Careers
   •  POSC 293 - Professionalism in the Public and Nonprofit Sector
   •  POSC 300 - Public Administration (AG, PA)
   •  POSC 320 - Congress (AG)
   •  POSC 321 - The American Presidency (AG)
   •  POSC 325 - Elections and Voting Behavior (AG)
   •  POSC 326 - American Political Parties (AG)
   •  POSC 327 - Politics and the Media (AG)
   •  POSC 330 - State and Local Government (AG)
   •  POSC 331 - Urban and Metropolitan Politics (AG)
   •  POSC 333 - Judicial Process (AG)
 

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