Nov 16, 2018  
2018 - 2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018 - 2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


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

 

Finance

   •  FINC 451 - Advanced Financial Planning
   •  FINC 471 - Special Topics in Finance
   •  FINC 472 - Independent Study
   •  FINC 481 - Portfolio Wealth Management
   •  FINC 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  FINC 490 - Finance Internship

Foreign Language

   •  FORL 100 - Elementary Conversation in Critical Languages
   •  FORL 109F - Study Abroad Practicum: French
   •  FORL 109G - Study Abroad Practicum: German
   •  FORL 109M - Study Abroad Practicum: Mandarin
   •  FORL 109S - Study Abroad Practicum: Spanish
   •  FORL 200 - Intermediate Conversation I in Critical Languages
   •  FORL 204 - Masterpieces of German Literature in Translation
   •  FORL 209F - Study Abroad Practicum: French
   •  FORL 209G - Study Abroad Practicum: German
   •  FORL 209M - Study Abroad Practicum: Mandarin
   •  FORL 209S - Study Abroad Practicum: Spanish
   •  FORL 210 - Intermediate Conversation II in Critical Languages
   •  FORL 309F - Study Abroad Practicum: French
   •  FORL 309G - Study Abroad Practicum: German
   •  FORL 309M - Study Abroad Practicum: Mandarin
   •  FORL 309S - Study Abroad Practicum: Spanish
   •  FORL 398 - Foreign Languages and Literatures Internship
   •  FORL 402 - Foreign Language Teaching Methods
   •  FORL 409F - Study Abroad Practicum: French
   •  FORL 409G - Study Abroad Practicum: German
   •  FORL 409M - Study Abroad Practicum: Mandarin
   •  FORL 409S - Study Abroad Practicum: Spanish
   •  FORL 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  FORL 498 - Independent Study

Forensic Science

   •  FOSC 210 - Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
   •  FOSC 211 - Forensic Archaeology
   •  FOSC 301 - Innovations in Forensic Science
   •  FOSC 302 - Forensic Science Instrumentation
   •  FOSC 401 - Advanced Research in Biomedical Forensic Science
   •  FOSC 420 - Advanced Forensic Anthropology
   •  FOSC 430 - Criminalistics
   •  FOSC 495 - Seminar in Forensic Science
   •  FOSC 498 - Independent Study
   •  FOSC 499 - Internship in Forensic Science

French

   •  FREN 100 - Elementary French
   •  FREN 200 - Intermediate French I
   •  FREN 210 - Intermediate French II
   •  FREN 300 - Readings in French
   •  FREN 320 - Topics in French Cinema
   •  FREN 361 - Advanced Grammar and Composition
   •  FREN 362 - Advanced Readings
   •  FREN 451 - Survey of French Literature
   •  FREN 460 - Special Topics
   •  FREN 470 - Masterpieces of French Literature
   •  FREN 498 - Independent Study

Geography

Physical science courses, designated (PS), may meet the requirements for the required six to eight additional hours of science credits for the Bachelor of Science degree in some majors other than geography. Social science courses, designated (SS), meet requirements for the Social Science major. Courses in techniques used by geography are designated (T). Courses that qualify as a U.S. geography course for the Social Science major are designated with an asterisk. 

   •  GEOG 101 - Europe and the Americas (World Geography)
   •  GEOG 102 - Africa and Asia (World Geography)
   •  GEOG 103 - Introduction to Human Geography
   •  GEOG 140 - Introduction to Environmental Studies (SS)
   •  GEOG 201 - North America * (SS)
   •  GEOG 202 - The Commonwealth of Virginia * (SS)
   •  GEOG 203 - Appalachian Geography * (SS)
   •  GEOG 211 - Perspectives in Geography
   •  GEOG 280 - Regional Geography (SS)
   •  GEOG 302 - Economic Geography (SS)
   •  GEOG 305 - Population Geography (SS)

Geology

   •  GEOL 100 - Earth Resources and Natural Hazards
   •  GEOL 105 - Exploring Earth
   •  GEOL 106 - The Earth Through Time
   •  GEOL 310 - Mineralogy
   •  GEOL 312 - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
   •  GEOL 320 - Sedimentary Petrology and Stratigraphy
   •  GEOL 335 - General Paleontology
   •  GEOL 360 - Geomorphology
   •  GEOL 361 - Geology of Virginia
   •  GEOL 365 - Oceanography
   •  GEOL 406 - Geophysics
   •  GEOL 408 - Spatial Data Applications in Geology
   •  GEOL 440 - Structural Geology
   •  GEOL 441 - Geologic Field Methods
   •  GEOL 445 - Applied Geology Summer Field School
   •  GEOL 451 - Regulatory Issues in Environmental Geology
   •  GEOL 455 - Principles of Engineering Geology
   •  GEOL 460 - Senior Seminar In the Geological Sciences
   •  GEOL 461 - Regional Geology of the United States
   •  GEOL 474 - Hydrogeology
   •  GEOL 481 - Seminar in Modern Topics in Geology
   •  GEOL 488 - Final Honors Project
   •  GEOL 495 - Internship in Geology
   •  GEOL 498 - Independent Study

Geospatial Science

Physical science courses, designated (PS), may meet the requirements for the required six to eight additional hours of science credits for the Bachelor of Science degree in some majors other than geography. Social science courses, designated (SS), meet requirements for the Social Science major. Courses in techniques used by geography are designated (T). Courses that qualify as a U.S. geography course for the Social Science major are designated with an asterisk.

   •  GEOS 125 - Intro to Geospatial Data and Technologies (T)
   •  GEOS 130 - Physical Geography (PS)
   •  GEOS 241 - Environmental Regulation
   •  GEOS 250 - Introduction to GIS (T)
   •  GEOS 270 - Fundamentals of Cartography (T)
   •  GEOS 315 - Intermediate GIS Concepts (T)
   •  GEOS 335 - Biogeography (PS)
   •  GEOS 350 - Geomorphology (PS)
   •  GEOS 362 - Water Resources (PS)
   •  GEOS 380 - Spatial Analysis Techniques (T)
   •  GEOS 410 - Advanced GIS: Data Management, Modeling, Programming and Web Application Development (T)
   •  GEOS 425 - Remote Sensing (T)
   •  GEOS 480 - Seminar
   •  GEOS 488 - Final Honors Project
 

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