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2021-2022 Titusville Campus Catalog
University of Pittsburgh Titusville
   
2021-2022 Titusville Campus Catalog 
    
 
  Aug 14, 2022
 
2021-2022 Titusville Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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Accounting

  
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    ACCT 0111 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to the accounting functions used by businesses to accumulate, use, and analyze financial data. Emphasis is placed on the preparation, use, and interpretation of financial statements.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: COREQ or PREREQ: MATH 0031
  
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    ACCT 0112 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Deals with the significance and use of basic accounting concepts as they relate to the principal items contained in financial statements. Includes an introductory survey of the various cost components encountered in accounting for the manufacturing enterprise.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0111
  
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    ACCT 0221 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Blends the theory and current practice of financial accounting for the business enterprise. Emphasis is placed on current accounting theory, valuation of assets and liabilities, and the impact of private, professional, and governmental agencies on financial accounting.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0112
  
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    ACCT 0222 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Continuation of ACCT 0221 which covers such topics as accounting theory related to the liability and stockholders equity sections of the balance sheet, the cash flow statement, and earnings per share computation.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0221
  
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    ACCT 1303 - STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course focuses on advanced topics in cost and managerial accounting. Emphasis is on standard cost systems and variance analysis; absorption and variable costing; capital budgeting techniques and income tax impact assessment; and short and long range forecasting and reporting.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0112
  
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    ACCT 1304 - FEDERAL INCOME TAXES


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is an in-depth analysis of the federal income tax statutes and regulations relating to the taxation of individuals and sole proprietorships. Topics include: concepts of revenue and expenses, tax methods and treatment of the disposition of property (including capital gains and losses and tax research).
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0112
  
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    ACCT 1399 - ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Selected topics in an identified area of study in accounting.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Internship
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: Sophomore or higher; 2.5 GPA; Division Consent

Administration and Policy Studies

  
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    ADMPS 1001 - SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Students in the course have the opportunity to develop a foundational understanding of the dynamics of schooling in society by addressing the cultural aspects that underlie society’s educational ideas and practices. Through an interdisciplinary approach, readings and activities are designed for school practitioners, or those contemplating careers in education, to engage in the study of those cultural aspects and consequences. The general intent of foundational study is to introduce students to interpretive uses of knowledge Germane to education and to establish a basis for lifelong learning through normative and critical reflection on education within its historical philosophical, cultural and social contexts. Special emphasis is focused on the role of schooling in cultivating the habits necessary for democratic citizenship which include ongoing efforts to secure equitable and just social relations, and to advance the common good.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: Letter Grade

Administration of Justice

  
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    ADMJ 0100 - INTRODUCTION TO LAW, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, & SOCIETY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course introduces students to socio-legal theory related to the nature of crime, criminalization, and the purpose of punishment in the American criminal justice system. We use theory to explore and evaluate the workings of criminal justice institutions in a broader societal context, including how criminal justice compares with other institutions of social control/welfare (e.g. the education system). We also learn and apply major approaches to law & society in order to interrogate broader issues concerning law’s intersection with societal values, power, and inequality. In so doing, we explore the nature, strengths, and limitations of legal reasoning and its application to the criminal justice issues examined throughout the semester.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ADMJ 0203 - PROBATION AND PAROLE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An examination of the nature of parole, the factors influencing probation decisions, adult and juvenile probation services, and how probation and parole impact on the criminal justice system and on society.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ADMJ 0204 - POLICE AND SOCIETY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The law enforcement agencies of the federal, state, and local levels that are responsible for the control of crime and protection of society via maintenance of order, law enforcement, and peacekeeping functions within our social environment will be examined. Major topics include the evolution, development, functions and effects of law enforcement of crime in society. Emphasis is on the theory and practice of social control in society by traditional and emerging forms of policing responding to social and public policy.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ADMJ 1225 - THE JUVENILE JUSTICE PROCESS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Presentation, discussion and analysis of the nature of the juvenile justice process, legal steps required in processing juveniles, nature and operation of juvenile justice institutions, interrelationships between parts of the system, and problems and prospects for their solution.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ADMJ 1450 - CRITICAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Analyzes contemporary issues relating to policies, goals, and procedures of all criminal justice agencies. Topics covered include trends and controversies regarding law enforcement activities, the changing role of police, police court controversies, standards and goals, future trends in criminal justice, manpower utilization, organizational changes, long-range planning, and projections for future of police agencies.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ADMJ 1900 - PRESERVICE INTERNSHIP


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 6
    This course is a supervised placement with specific agencies in the criminal justice system and is offered through the College of General Studies for student interns in the CGS Administration of Justice and Legal Studies majors and minors. Students enrolled in this internship engage in formal and reflective writing, journaling, and analysis about their work experience and how it relates to their academic and career pursuits. Class workshops and group discussions provide further opportunities for debriefing and consolidation of ideas and skills. This is a hybrid course with three in-person workshops and faculty authorization is required. Students must be registered for the internship course at the time they are completing the internship in order to earn credit.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Internship
    Grade Component: Satisfactory/No Credit
    Course Attributes: Undergraduate Internship
  
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    LCJS 1100 - CRIMINOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course provides an overview of the study of the causes and social responses to crime. It examines legal definitions and elements of crime; surveys major categories of crime, i.e., Predatory and non-predatory acts; reviews major measures of crime; identifies major correlates and theories of crime; differentiates types of offenders and evaluates the working of the criminal justice system.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    LCJS 1400 - THE SYSTEM OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course examines the criminal justice system as a set of interlocking institutions that have dynamic inter-relationships with one another and the larger society. We explore the history, structure, and function of policing, prosecution, the courts, and corrections. Special attention is given to trends in and contemporary problems of the criminal justice system.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Africana Studies

  
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    AFRCNA 0031 - INTRODUCTION TO AFRICANA STUDIES


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This is a survey course for Africana studies. An Afrocentric approach will be used to review the eight basic subject areas of the multidisciplinary focus; black history, black religion, black creative productions, black politics, black economics, black social organizations, black psychology and black education. Two alternative views will be pursued; a theoretical review of the literature and a summation of the practical experiences of black life.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    AFRCNA 0120 - AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE SPORTS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course examines blacks in sports. It focuses on sport as a microcosm of the larger society and also addresses sport’s relationship to politics, economics, race relations, and South African apartheid. It looks at the history of blacks in sports as well as three aspects of sports that appear to be racially biased; position allocation, performance differentials, and rewards and authority structure.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    AFRCNA 0150 - AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Introduction to black American literature from its oral traditions to the written form from the 18th to 20th century interrelated to historical social and political movements. Special emphasis will be placed upon the Harlem Renaissance period, the literature of the 1960’s, and a work by the Pulitzer Prize winners (Gwendolyn brooks, James Alan McPherson, Alice Walker, or Toni Morrison).
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: DSAS Diversity General Ed. Requirement, DSAS Literature General Ed. Requirement
  
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    AFRCNA 0318 - HISTORY OF AFRICA BEFORE 1800


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Surveys history of Africa from earliest times to eve of European colonization. Looks at Africa from the inside out and aims at promoting an appreciation of Africa’s contribution to world civilization and an understanding of the historical processes that have shaped modern Africa. Major themes and topics include the ancient kingdoms, Islam, the slave trade and the European contact.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: DSAS Creative Work General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Humanistic GE. Req.
  
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    AFRCNA 0629 - AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY 1877


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course examines African American history and culture from its inception with the Transatlantic Slave Trade to its transformation during the Civil War. Topics discussed include the African and Native American captivity practices that served as the precursors to African chattel slavery; the origins and rationale behind the creation of the social category of “race;” the differences between African chattel slavery in the French, Spanish, and British colonies; the regional variances in slavery in the southern and northern United States and in Indian nations; methods of resistance used by African American women and men; and the multifaceted ways in which African Americans played a part in the abolitionist movement and in their own emancipations.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: African Studies, DSAS Diversity General Ed. Requirement, DSAS Historical Analysis General Ed. Requirement, Global Studies, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Soc/Behav. GE. Req.
  
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    AFRCNA 0630 - AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course surveys the development of black Americans from the time of the Civil War to the present.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: African Studies, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Soc/Behav. GE. Req.
  
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    AFRCNA 0639 - HISTORY OF JAZZ


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The course focuses on the chronological development of jazz from its beginnings on the plantation to its present state as a world concert music. Various styles such as ragtime, blues, gospel, spirituals, rhythm and blues, rock, soul, etc., Are examined.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: DSAS Diversity General Ed. Requirement, DSAS Historical Analysis General Ed. Requirement, DSAS The Arts General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Humanistic GE. Req.
  
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    AFRCNA 1725 - SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES IN EAST AFRICA


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Seminar
    Grade Component: Letter Grade

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 0582 - INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Examines the nature of modern archaeological research. Lectures look at how archaeologists work in the field, their analytic techniques, and some of the principal methodological and theoretical problems facing the field. Specific examples are used to illustrate these topics.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 0680 - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is designed to introduce the undergraduate to the issues, theories and methods of physical anthropology. Beginning with a consideration of evolutionary, genetic and geologic principles, the course goes on to consider, the diversity of fossil and extant primates, including humans. Issues in anatomy, paleontology and behavior will all be addressed.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 0681 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN EVOLUTION


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This is an introduction to human evolution and, in general, the evolution of the larger group to which we belong, the order primates. We will survey first the development of evolutionary ideas and modern developments in biology and geology and then review the diversity of living and fossil primates, dwelling especially on the discoveries and controversies surrounding our own evolutionary past.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 0710 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course will be on a topic in the area of specialization of a visiting scholar yet to be determined.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 0780 - INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    By examining the behavior and customs of peoples throughout the world, the course considers what it means to be human. We will describe the patterns of marriage, family organization, warfare and political behavior, economic systems, rituals, etc., Of other peoples, especially those of tribal societies, and compare these with American social patterns. Anthropological films and slide presentations will supplement lectures.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1535 - BASIC ARCHEOLOGICAL FIELD TRAINING


    Minimum Credits: 6
    Maximum Credits: 6
    The university of Pittsburgh field training program in archaeology is conducted at various locations. Features of the excavations include basic training in mapping, archaeological survey, excavation methods, soil analysis, data recording, and preliminary artifact analysis.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1540 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN ARCHEOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Topics covered vary greatly with instructor and term.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1602 - HUMAN SKELETAL ANALYSIS


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    This is an introduction to the study and analysis of the human skeleton, which will be based on lectures and lab. Topics include: development of teeth and bone, identification of whole bones and fragments and determination of sex, age, and stature (and other metric analyses), disease, and populational features. Real bony materials will be used in lab.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Practicum
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0150, BIOSC 0160, anthropology, or permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 1619 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Topics covered vary greatly with instructor and term.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1725 - SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES IN EAST AFRICA


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Seminar
    Grade Component: Letter Grade
  
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    ANTH 1737 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course will be on a topic in the area of specialization of a visiting scholar yet to be determined.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Seminar
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1761 - PATIENTS AND HEALERS: MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course surveys the field of medical anthropology and its history within the discipline of anthropology as a whole, from the perspective of social-cultural theory. Topics dealt with include ethnomedicine, ethnographic cases, cross-cultural studies of healing practices and connections between medicine and religion. Reference is also made to applied research in contemporary situations.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ANTH 0780
  
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    ANTH 1787 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 4
    This course will be on a topic in the area of specialization of a visiting scholar yet to be determined.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Directed Studies
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    ANTH 1903 - DIRECTED RESEARCH-READINGS


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Not all topics in anthropology can be adequately addressed in formal courses. The reading course allows qualified students to develop a bibliography for a specific topic not covered by other courses in the department. The work is done in conjunction with a faculty sponsor, and the student and faculty sponsor jointly determine the work products for the course, a research paper or annotated bibliography based upon the readings is typical, but other products may be substituted.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Directed Studies
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Astronomy

  
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    ASTRON 0089 - STARS, GALAXIES AND THE COSMOS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course deals primarily with astronomical objects lying outside our solar system. The level is appropriate for non-science students.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Biology

  
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    BIOL 0202 - MICROBIOL FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    Principles of medical microbiology and immunology. Control of infectious disease and host-parasite relationships will be emphasized using a systemic approach to the study of infectious disease.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOL 0212 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A study of the gross and microscopic anatomy, physiology, and homeostatic mechanisms of the human body, stressing the relationship of structure to function. This semester covers cell types and tissues and the cellular processes of osmosis, diffusion, and active and passive transport; the integumentary system; the skeletal system and joints and bone metabolism; the muscular system and mechanisms of muscular contraction; the nervous system, mechanism of nerve impulse conduction, and the special and somatic senses. Three hours of lecture per week.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOL 0213 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A continuation of the study of human anatomy and physiology. This semester covers the cardiovascular system and regulation of heart rate, blood pressure and volume, blood typing, and exchange between blood and somatic cells; the respiratory system and mechanisms of acid-base balance; the endocrine system and the regulation of hormone action and release; the digestive system and control of digestive enzymes; the urinary system and electrolyte balance; the immune system, defense mechanisms, and the inflammatory process; nutrition and anabolic and catabolic processes; the reproductive system and its hormonal regulation; and growth and development. Three hours of lecture per week.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOL 0222 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB 1


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    A study of the gross and microscopic anatomy, physiology, and homeostatic mechanisms of the human body, stressing the relationship of structure to function. This semester covers cell types and tissues and the cellular processes of osmosis, diffusion, and active and passive transport; the integumentary system; the skeletal system and joints and bone metabolism; the muscular system and mechanisms of muscular contraction; the nervous system, mechanism of nerve impulse conduction, and the special and somatic senses. Three hours of lab per week.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOL 0223 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB 2


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    A continuation of the study of human anatomy and physiology. This semester covers the cardiovascular system and regulation of heart rate, blood pressure and volume, blood typing, and exchange between blood and somatic cells; the respiratory system and mechanisms of acid-base balance; the endocrine system and the regulation of hormone action and release; the digestive system and control of digestive enzymes; the urinary system and electrolyte balance; the immune system, defense mechanisms, and the inflammatory process; nutrition and anabolic and catabolic processes; the reproductive system and its hormonal regulation; and growth and development. Three hours of lab per week.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Biological Science

  
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    BIOSC 0031 - MICROBIOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Designed for nursing or other health care professions. Three major areas included are the microorganisms, the immune mechanism of the host, and the interaction of the host and the microorganisms in the disease process and in homeostasis. Major emphasis is placed on infectious diseases and infection control at the nursing level.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: Letter Grade
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0032
  
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    BIOSC 0032 - MICROBIOLOGY LAB


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Content is devoted to the development of student’s basic laboratory skills and application of microbiological methods, and the course emphasizes performance, scientific investigation, and safety.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: Letter Grade
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0031
  
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    BIOSC 0050 - FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY 1


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    This is the first course in a two-course sequence on the study of organisms in the laboratory and the field. We will work with techniques that are important in biology and apply these techniques to illustrate basic biological principles, with an emphasis on living organisms. The laboratory exercises focus on cell structure and function, basic cellular processes, plant structure and function, and basic animal anatomy and physiology.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0150 or 0715 or 0170 or 0190 or BIOL 0101 or 0110 or BIOENG 1070
  
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    BIOSC 0060 - FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY 2


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    This one-credit laboratory course is the second in a two-course sequence designed to be an introduction to scientific inquiry in the biological sciences for majors in biology and related fields. You will use genetics, biochemistry, and molecular biology to undertake authentic research exploring the evolution of metabolic pathways in different species.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOSC 0096 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SYSTEMS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Introduces the general principles of human structure and function to students who intend to enter the health related professions. The study begins at the cellular level and proceeds through tissues to organ systems.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0097
  
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    BIOSC 0097 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SYSTEMS LABORATORY


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Laboratory exercises designed to illustrate the principles of human structure and function.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0096
  
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    BIOSC 0100 - PREPARATION FOR BIOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is intended for students who have not had high school biology in the past five years to prepare them for taking Foundations of Biology 1 (BIOSC 0150) and 2 (BIOSC 0160). The lecture will cover a subset of topics from Foundations of Biology 1 and 2, including a discussion of basic chemistry used in biology, cell biology including mitosis and meiosis, an introduction to genetics and molecular biology. The weekly recitations will explore topics covered in lecture in more depth and integrate problem solving and study skills. Some laboratory exercises may also be included in the recitation period to re-enforce the lecture topics by giving students the opportunity to investigate the experimental aspect of biology. The laboratory exercises and assignments will focus on data analysis, problem-solving and writing skills.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science NonSeq.GE. Req.
  
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    BIOSC 0150 - FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This introductory course in biology is divided into two parts. The first part covers the cellular basis of life including a discussion of simple chemistry; cells as units of structure and function; and energy transformations. The second part includes an examination of those functions common to all organisms such as nutrition, gas and fluid transport, and hormonal and neuronal control. Throughout, the emphasis is on the mechanisms used to accomplish these basic functions.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0050
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science NonSeq.GE. Req., SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science Seq.GE. Req.
  
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    BIOSC 0160 - FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This introductory course covers the basic principles of genetics, evolution, and ecology. Emphasis will be placed on the experimental and observational basis for our knowledge of these subjects.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: BIOSC 0060
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science NonSeq.GE. Req., SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science Seq.GE. Req.
  
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    BIOSC 0212 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The first course of a two-part sequence covering gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the human body with particular emphasis on the relationships between structure and function. Included in the two courses are cell biology, histology, and embryology, bone and skeleton, muscles and contraction, the cardiovascular system and its regulation, the nervous system and nervous impulse, the urinary system and electrolyte balance, and the respiratory, digestive system, endocrine, and reproductive systems.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: 0214
  
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    BIOSC 0213 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This second course of the two-part sequence continues the study of gross and microscopic anatomy and physiology of the human body with particular emphasis on the relationships between structure and function.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0212; CREQ: BIOSC 0215
  
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    BIOSC 0214 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY 1


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Laboratory exercises illustrating the anatomy and physiology of the human.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: 0212
  
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    BIOSC 0215 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY 2


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Laboratory exercises illustrating the anatomy and physiology of the human.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: 0213 or CREQ: 0213
  
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    BIOSC 0350 - GENETICS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is designed to examine the gene in the following dimensions: the gene as a unit of transmission, a unit of function, and a unit of mutation. In addition, the distribution and activity of genes in populations will be considered in the context of current theories of evolution.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0160 and CHEM 0120; CREQ BIOSC 0351
  
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    BIOSC 0351 - GENETICS LABORATORY


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Laboratory exercises designed to illustrate the major principles of genetics.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0160 and CHEM 0120; CREQ: BIOSC 0350
  
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    BIOSC 0370 - ECOLOGY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The objective of the course is to provide a broad introduction to the study of ecology at the undergraduate level, through the presentation of lectures dealing with organismal, population, community, and ecosystem levels of hierarchical organization. The contributions of laboratory and field investigations to the development of ecological knowledge will be considered.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0160 or 0165 or 0716 or 0191 or 0180 or BIOL 0102 or 0120; Min Grade ‘C’ for all classes listed.
    Course Attributes: Global Studies
  
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    BIOSC 0390 - ECOLOGY LABORATORY


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    The objective of the laboratory course is to provide students with practical experience in ecological methods and in the design, conduct, and analysis of ecological studies. Laboratory exercises are designed to correspond with major lecture topics presented in BIOSC 0370. Exercises will include laboratory and field studies.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: BIOSC 0060 or 0067 or 0068 or 0080 or 0191 or BIOL 0102 or 0121; CREQ: BIOSC 0370 or 0371 or BIOL 1430 or 1515; Min Grade ‘C’ for all classes listed. LVL: Junior or Senior
  
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    BIOSC 0810 - BIOLOGY FOR NON-MAJORS 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    At an ever-increasing pace, issues of biological relevance are confronting the citizenry of this country and the world. Ranging from personal through political to global, these issues require that individuals have at lEast a rudimentary knowledge of basic biological phenomena in order to make informed decisions. The major goal of this course, together with its companion, BIOSC 0800, is to provide students (citizens) with the intellectual tools needed to approach these issues as they arise.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOSC 0820 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A course for non-science majors utilizing basic scientific principles to investigate human interactions with the environment. The social, political and economic effects of these interactions will also be studied. Topics include scientific principles; populations and health concerns; food, land, and biological resources; and society and the environment. Through an understanding of science and the possible consequences of human decision-making regarding the environment, students are equipped to become better citizens.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BIOSC 1000 - BIOCHEMISTRY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the principles and underlying themes of modern biochemistry. The course includes all the major topics in biochemistry in considerable depth including thermodynamics and enzymology, protein and nucleic acid structure, function, and synthesis, lipids and membranes as well as metabolic pathways. This course will require that you master a new vocabulary including chemical structures, and there is an emphasis throughout on experimental approaches, molecular mechanisms, and problem solving. Although the same topics will be covered as in the two semester biochemistry series (BIOSC 1810-1820), no one topic in BIOSC 1000 will be covered in as much detail.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: (BIOSC 0160 or 0716 or 0191 or 0180 or BIOENG 1071 or BIOENG 1072 or BIOL 0102 or 0120 and (CHEM 0120 or 0102 or 0112 or 0420 or 0720 or 0770 or 0970) (Min Grade ‘C’ for these courses) and (CHEM 0310 or 0350 or 0730 or 0206 or 0231)
  
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    BIOSC 1590 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A single major topic in biology will be developed and explored by students in the form of student presentations of current and/or historical literature.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Directed Studies
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Business Information Systems

  
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    BIS 0015 - HARDWR MAINTEN & SOFTWR SUPPORT


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Instructs students in basic pc hardware maintenance. Software support is also covered; students deal with trouble shooting software problems, logical resolutions of problems, and logging problems and solutions into a database for reference. Students are required to volunteer for 25 hours in the computer lab assisting students with problems.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: CS 0131
  
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    BIS 1317 - NETWORK AND OPERATING SYSTEMS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Introduces students to the basics of computer network setup. Provides the core foundation to install, configure, customize, optimize, network, integrate, and troubleshoot windows client software. Setup of a peer-to-peer network is reviewed, as well as integrating windows clients into an existing server environment.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Business

  
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    BUS 0102 - PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Examines the systems philosophy in business and industry and the importance of the systems concept for supervisors. Includes discussions of values, attitudes, employee and organizational development, and kindred matters.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BUS 0103 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to business utilizing a “practical application” approach rather than the usual theoretical method. Students will observe the roles in business of the organization and management of contemporary business, production fundamentals, human resources, marketing, finance, insurance, accounting, decision making and computers and management information systems.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BUS 0106 - BUSINESS LAW


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A survey of those areas of the law which are of particular importance to the individual in the business world. A framework will be developed based on the law of contracts and will deal with a number of topics.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BUS 0108 - SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Course provides an overview of the role of small business in the free enterprise system. Covers entrepreneurship, opportunities and trends, starting a new venture, franchising, business planning, legal aspects, financing, and managing an ongoing venture.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    BUS 1111 - CORPORATE FINANCE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introductory finance course designed for basic understanding of business finance and investments. It covers financial institutions, markets, investments, and business financing.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0111
  
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    BUS 1301 - PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The concepts of marketing management are introduced through discussion of the four P’s of marketing - the right product in the right place, properly priced, and effectively promoted.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: ACCT 0111
  
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    BUS 1398 - BUSINESS SPECIAL TOPICS


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Independent Study
    Grade Component: Letter Grade
  
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    BUS 1399 - BUSINESS MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Selected topics in an identified area of study in business.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Internship
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: BUS 1399 requires 2.5 GPA, Sophomore Status, Division Consent

Civil Engineering

  
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    CE 0109 - COMPUTER METH IN CIVIL ENGRG 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to the use of computers in civil engineering. Topics covered include: personal computers; the mainframe system; word processing; spreadsheets; graphics; cad system; numerical analysis; and civil engineering software packages.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis

Chemical Engineering

  
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    CHE 0035 - INTRODUCTRY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    The principles of conservation of mass and energy are applied to the analysis of chemical processes. Included are material balance for multiple unit processes with recycle, p-v-t properties of gases and gas-vapor mixtures, thermochemistry, combined material and energy balances, and vapor-liquid equilibrium.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SU3 Elective Basis
  
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    CHE 0036 - CHEMCL ENGRNG THERMODYNAMICS 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    Development of the laws of thermodynamics using a macroscopic approach. Fundamental concepts are stressed. Emphasis is placed on chemical engineering applications in problem recitation sessions. Concepts of work, heat, internal energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, enthalpy, entropy, and free energy are developed. Thermodynamic properties and equations of state are defined.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SU3 Elective Basis

Chemistry

  
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    CHEM 0100 - PREPARATION GENERAL CHEMISTRY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is designed for those students who intend to take chemistry 0110 and 0120, but whose science and mathematical backgrounds are judged by their advisors to be relatively weak. The course emphasizes stoichiometry (chemical calculations), chemical equations, gas laws, elementary atomic structure and periodic properties of elements.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CHEM 0103 - BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    A survey of inorganic chemistry, and carbohydrate, lipid, and protein chemistry. The course covers atomic structure, properties of matter, nature of chemical bonds and valence, chemical reactions and equlibria, acid-base and oxidation reduction reactions, elementary radiochemistry and some chemical arithmetic.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: UPB Life or Physical Sci. General Ed. Requirement
  
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    CHEM 0106 - CHEMISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A global view of the environment and its impact on our changing way of life is presented. How chemistry works and how chemistry is interconnected with other areas of life are studied. Environmental and resource problems and possible solutions are examined. Accurate and up-to-date material is presented using scientific analysis and mathematics.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CHEM 0110 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    Chemistry 0110 and 0120 comprise a two-term introduction to the fundamental properties of matter. The courses emphasize applications to industrial and environmental chemistry and biochemistry. CHEM 0110 covers stoichiometry, the properties of solids, liquids and gases, thermochemistry and the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: MATH 0031
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science NonSeq.GE. Req., SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science Seq.GE. Req.
  
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    CHEM 0120 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    Chemistry 0110 and 0120 comprise a two-term introduction to the fundamental properties of matter. The courses emphasize applications to industrial and environmental chemistry and biochemistry. CHEM 0110 covers stoichiometry, the properties of solids, liquids and gases, thermochemistry and the electronic structure of atoms and molecules.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: (CHEM 0110 or 0710 or 0760 or 0960 or 0101) or (CHEM 0410 and 0430) or (CHEM 0111 and 0113)
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science NonSeq.GE. Req., SCI Polymathic Contexts: Science Seq.GE. Req.
  
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    CHEM 0187 - DRUGS AND SOCIETY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The course intended for non-science majors provides facts about drug sources, history, action in the body, side-effects, interactions; tolerance, abuse potential, dependency; drug delivery systems and alternatives will be covered. All major classes of drugs will be covered.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CHEM 0197 - DIRECTED STUDY


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 6
    Independent study in a topic in chemistry.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Directed Studies
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CHEM 0250 - INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course is concerned with the rigorous treatment of equilibria that are of analytical importance and with an introduction into electroanalytical methods, emission and absorption spectrophotometry, and modern separation methods, particularly chromatography.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: CHEM 0120 and CREQ: CHEM 0260
  
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    CHEM 0260 - INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LAB


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    The primary objectives of this course are to introduce the student to current analytical methods and to cultivate sound experimental technique. Laboratory work includes ion exchange separations, complexometric and potentiometric acid-base titrations, and absorption spectrophotometry.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: CHEM 0250 or 0201 or 0325
  
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    CHEM 0310 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to theory and practice of organic chemistry through study of structural principles, reaction mechanisms, and synthesis leading toward end of second term, when complex molecules of biological interest are discussed. Basic goals of course are to develop appreciation and skill in methods of molecular analysis which have made organic chemistry such a powerful intellectual discipline. Course will prepare student for work in advanced topics of organic chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and health related sciences.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: (CHEM 0120 or 0720 or 0770 or 0970 or 0102 or CHEM 0420) or (CHEM 0112 and 0114)
  
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    CHEM 0320 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to theory and practice of organic chemistry through study of structural principles, reaction mechanisms, and synthesis leading toward end of second term, when complex molecules of biological interest are discussed. Basic goals of course are to develop appreciation and skill in methods of molecular analysis which have made organic chemistry such a powerful intellectual discipline. Course will prepare student for work in advanced topics of organic chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering and health related sciences.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: CHEM 0310 and CREQ: CHEM 0340
  
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    CHEM 0330 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 1


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Chemistry 0330 is devoted to the purification, characterization, and identification of organic molecules using the techniques of recrystallization, distillation, thin-layer, column and gas-liquid chromatography, melting point determination, and infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: CREQ: CHEM 0310 or 0730 or 0206 or 0231
  
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    CHEM 0340 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 2


    Minimum Credits: 1
    Maximum Credits: 1
    Chemistry 0340 provides an opportunity to carryout important synthetic reactions discussed in the lecture course along with an introduction to the use of the chemical literature. Reactions are analyzed and products characterized using the skills learned in chemistry 0330.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Credit Laboratory
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Requirements: PREQ: 0330 and CREQ: 0320
  
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    CHEM 0910 - CHEMICAL PRINCPL HEALTH PROFESSN


    Minimum Credits: 4
    Maximum Credits: 4
    This is a one term course covering general and biological chemistry designed primarily for students enrolled in the school of nursing or preparing for health related professions. The course covers aspects of general chemistry including atomic structure and bonding and equilibria. A brief introduction to organic chemistry including physical properties and representative reactions of common functional groups and finally the chemistry of the major classes biomolecules and metabolism.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: DSAS Natural Science General Ed. Requirement

Classics

  
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    CLASS 0010 - GREEK CIVILIZATION


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A general introduction to the culture and society of Ancient Greece, with emphasis on the Archaic Period and the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 0020 - ROMAN CIVILIZATION


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A general introduction to the culture and society of the Roman world, with emphasis on the period of the republic and the early empire.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 0100 - MASTERPIECES GREEK AND ROMAN LITERATURE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    An introduction to the critical analysis of literary works through the medium of selected masterpieces of Greek and Roman literature in English translation.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 0500 - ANCIENT ART


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    The Mediterranean Sea is a lake and its shores have produced many important cultures and artistic traditions. The course will survey the artistic traditions of Turkey and the near east, Egypt, Greece and Rome. Special attention will be paid to (1) the relationship between the artistic traditions of individual areas and the societies which produced them, and (2) the way in which influences from one culture were transformed by another.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 1130 - CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY AND LITERATURE


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course examines how authors of classical antiquity used the traditional figures and stories of their culture’s mythology as material for works of literature.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
    Course Attributes: Childrens Literature, DSAS Geographic Region General Ed. Requirement, DSAS Literature General Ed. Requirement, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, SCI Polymathic Contexts: Global&Cross Cul GE. Req., SCI Polymathic Contexts: Humanistic GE. Req., West European Studies
  
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    CLASS 1210 - GREEK HISTORY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A survey of the history of ancient Greece, with special emphasis on political and social developments during the fifth century B.C.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 1220 - ROMAN HISTORY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    A survey of the history of Rome from the earliest times through the late empire, with particular emphasis on political and social developments during the late republic and early empire.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
  
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    CLASS 1430 - ORIGINS OF CHRISTIANITY


    Minimum Credits: 3
    Maximum Credits: 3
    This course presents a historical-critical investigation of Christian origins. Special attention is paid to varieties of 1st century Hellenistic and Palestinian Judaism within the Greco-Roman world. Primary readings include selected Biblical passages and apocrypha, 1st century historians and philosophers (Josephus, Tacitus, Suetonius, and Philo), the New Testament corpus (including Paul and the Pastorals), and selected readings from the Dead Sea Scrolls. In addition there will be assignments from various modern New Testament critics, historians, and theologians.
    Academic Career: Undergraduate
    Course Component: Lecture
    Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
 

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