Courses

The courses below have been approved for the University Studies curriculum starting in the Fall of 2020. This list will be updated as USAC and Faculty Senate continue approving courses

Foundations

  • Composition
    • ENG 101 College Reading and Writing I
    • ENG 103 College Writing and Reading (Advanced)
    • ENG 201 College Reading and Writing II
  • Lifetime Wellness
    • PED 101 Physical Activity and Wellness
  • Foreign Language
    • ARB 101 Introductory Arabic I
    • ARB 102 Introductory Arabic II
    • ARB 201 Intermediate Arabic I
    • ARB 202 Intermediate Arabic II
    • ASL 101 Introductory American Sign Language I
    • ASL 102 Introductory American Sign Language II
    • CHN 101 Introductory Chinese I
    • CHN 102 Introductory Chinese II
    • FRH 101 Introductory French I
    • FRH 102 Introductory French II
    • FRH 120 Fundamentals of French
    • FRH 201 Intermediate French I
    • FRH 202 Intermediate French II
    • FRH 301 French Conversation
    • FRH 302 Grammar and Composition I
    • FRH 303 Grammar and Composition II
    • GER 101 Introductory German I
    • GER 102 Introductory German II
    • GER 201 Intermediate German I
    • ITN 101 Introductory Italian I
    • ITN 102 Introductory Italian II
    • JPN 101 Introductory Japanese I
    • JPN 102 Introductory Japanese II
    • JPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I
    • JPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II
    • LAT 101 Introductory Latin I
    • LAT 102 Introductory Latin II
    • LAT 201 Intermediate Latin I
    • LAT 202 Intermediate Latin II
    • PRT 101 Introductory Portuguese I
    • PRT 102 Introductory Portuguese II
    • PRT 201 Intermediate Portuguese I
    • PRT 202 Intermediate Portuguese II
    • RUS 101 Introductory Russian I
    • RUS 102 Introductory Russian II
    • SPN 101 Introductory Spanish I
    • SPN 102 Introductory Spanish II
    • SPN 120 Fundamentals of Spanish
    • SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
    • SPN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
    • SPN 215 Intermediate Spanish for Bilingual Speakers I
    • SPN 315 Intermediate Spanish for Bilingual Speakers II
  • Mathematics and Statistics
    • BAN 280 (formerly QMM 280) Statistical Analysis for Business and Economics
    • CSC 112 Introduction to Computer Programming
    • CSC 131 Introduction to Computer Science
    • CSC 133 Discrete Mathematical Structures
    • MAT 101 Mathematics for Liberal Arts: A Contemporary Approach
    • MAT 111 Fundamentals of Algebra
    • MAT 112 Trigonometry
    • MAT 115 Precalculus
    • MAT 141 Concepts of Mathematics: Numbers, Operations
    • MAT 142 Concepts of Mathematics: Geometry, Measurement
    • MAT 151 Basic Calculus with Applications I
    • MAT 152 Basic Calculus with Applications II
    • MAT 161 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
    • PBH 299 Introduction to Biostatistics
    • STT 210 Introduction to Statistics with Applications in Health
    • STT 215 Introduction to Statistics
  • First Year Seminar
    • UNI 101 First Year Seminar
    • HON 110 Honors Interdisciplinary First Year Seminar
    • EGN 101 Introduction to Engineering


Approaches and Perspectives

  • Aesthetic, Interpretive, and Literary Perspectives
    • ARH 201 Western Art, Renaissance through Modern
    • ARH 202 Western Art and Archaeology, Ancient through Medieval
    • ARH 203 Art of the Non-Western World
    • ARH 206 The Artist and Film
    • ART 105 Introduction to Studio Art for Non-Majors
    • CLA 209 Classical Literature in Translation
    • CLA 210 Mythology
    • COM 116 Performance of Literature
    • CRW 201 Introduction to Creative Writing
    • CRW 203 The Evolution of Creative Writing
    • EDN 280 Play and Creative Arts
    • ENG 110 Introduction to Literature
    • ENG 111 Introduction to Literature, Global Emphasis
    • ENG 190 Adventures in Literature
    • ENG 209 Classical Literature in Translation
    • ENG 210 Mythology
    • ENG 211 British Literature to 1800
    • ENG 212 British Literature Since 1800
    • ENG 223 American Literature to 1870
    • ENG 224 American Literature since 1870
    • ENG 225 World Literature to 1600
    • ENG 226 World Literature Since 1600
    • ENG 227 World Anglophone Literatures
    • ENG 230 Women in Literature
    • ENG 232 African American Literature
    • ENG 233 The Bible as Literature
    • ENG 234 Literature and Medicine
    • ENG 290 Themes in Literature
    • ENG 292 Trial Course - Reading Media Critically: Netflix and Film
    • ENG 305 Professional Review Writing
    • FNA 101 Cultures of the World Through Music and Dance
    • FNA 102 Exploration in the Creative Process
    • FRH 306 Reading Strategies
    • FRH 319 Introduction to the Francophone World
    • FRH 321 Survey of French Literature I
    • FRH 322 Survey of French Literature II
    • FRH 385 Introduction to French Cinema
    • FST 110 Concepts in Film
    • FST 200 Introduction to Film Study
    • FST 210 Movie Makers and Scholars Series
    • FST 230 Women in Film (*Cross-listed as WLC 230 and WGS 230)
    • GER 209 German Literature in Translation
    • GER 321 Introduction to German Literature
    • MUS 106 Exploring Music
    • MUS 111 Theory I
    • MUS 114 Choral Music Literature
    • MUS 115 Survey of Music Literature
    • MUS 116 History of Jazz
    • MUS 117 American Music
    • MUS 118 History of Rock
    • MUS 150 Survey of Western Art Music
    • MUS 184 Jazz Ensemble
    • MUS 185 Symphonic Band
    • MUS 186 Concert Choir
    • MUS 187 Orchestra
    • MUS 220 African American Music
    • MUS 230 Women in Music
    • PED 136 Movement Exploration
    • PRT 210 Brazilian Literature in Translation
    • RUS 209 Russian Literature in Translation: Topics
    • SPN 321 Introduction to Spanish Literature
    • SPN 322 Introduction to Spanish American Literature
    • SPN 323 Introduction to U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
    • SPN 421 Topics in Spanish Literature
    • THR 112 Introduction to Dance
    • THR 121 Introduction to Theater
    • THR 130 Improvisation
    • THR 136 Movement Exploration
    • THR 230 Acting for Non-Majors
    • WGS 230 Women in Film
    • WLC 230 Women in Film
  • Historical and Philosophical Approaches
    • ANT 207 Archaeology
    • CLA 210 Mythology
    • CLA 330 Women in Ancient Greece and Rome
    • ENG 210 Mythology
    • HST 101 Western Civilization
    • HST 102 Western Civilization II
    • HST 103 Global History 1500-1848
    • HST 104 Introduction to Global History Since 1848
    • HST 105 U.S. History to 1865
    • HST 106 United States from 1865 to Present
    • HST 203 The Sea in History
    • HST 204 Women in Modern America
    • HST 205 History of Science I: Antiquity to the Scientific Revolution
    • HST 206 History of Science II: Modern Science
    • HST 207 Jewish History to 1492
    • HST 208 Jewish History from 1492 to the Present
    • HST 209 African American History
    • HST 210 History of Medicine
    • HST 270 Global Issues in Historical Perspective
    • INT 200 Global Capitalism and Its Discontents
    • MUS 351 Introduction to Music History I
    • MUS 352 Introduction to Music History II
    • PAR 101 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking
    • PAR 103 Introduction to Religion
    • PAR 115 Introduction to Ethics
    • PAR 125 Great Books of the World's Religions
    • PAR 201 History of Western Philosophy I
    • PAR 202 History of Western Philosophy II
    • PAR 205 American Philosophy
    • PAR 211 Philosophy of Human Nature
    • PAR 213 Existentialism
    • PAR 215 Bioethics
    • PAR 220 Race and Social Justice
    • PAR 225 Women and Religion
    • PAR 230 Judaism, Christianity, Islam
    • PAR 232 Asian Religions
    • PAR 235 Introduction to the Old Testament
    • PAR 236 Introduction to the New Testament
    • PAR 238 History of Christianity I
    • PAR 336 New Testament Literature
    • PAR 363 Religion, Holocausts, and Genocides
  • Scientific Approaches to the Natural World
    • ANT 210 Physical Anthropology
    • BIO 105 Concepts in Modern Biology
    • BIO 150 Humans and Ecology
    • BIO 140 Human Physiology
    • BIO 160 Genetics in Human Affairs
    • BIO 170 Biology of the Sea
    • BIO 190 Microbes and Human Society
    • BIO 201 Principles of Biology: Cells
    • BIO 202 Principles of Biology: Biodiversity
    • BIO 240 Anatomy & Physiology I
    • BIOL 140 Human Physiology Lab
    • BIOL 240 Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
    • CHM 101 General Chemistry I
    • CHM 105 Basic Concepts of Chemistry
    • EVS 195 Introduction to Environmental Studies
    • EVS 195 Introduction to Environmental Studies Lab
    • EVS 205 Global Environmental Issues
    • EXS 216 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    • EXS 217 Human anatomy and Physiology II
    • FSC 212 Forensic Science Methods (formerly ANT 212)
    • GGY 130 Introduction to Physical Geography
    • GGY 230 Introduction to Weather and Climate
    • GLY 101 Principles of Geology
    • GLY 120 Environmental Geology
    • GLY 125 Natural Disasters
    • GLY 135 Prehistoric Life
    • GLYL 100 Earth Systems Laboratory
    • GLYL 101 Earth Revealed Laboratory
    • GLYL 120 Environmental Geology Laboratory
    • OCN 150 Introduction to Oceanography
    • OCN 150L Introduction to Oceanography Lab
    • OCN 250 Coasts and Society
    • PHY 101 Elementary College Physics
    • PHY 104 Physics for Future Presidents
    • PHY 201 General Physics
    • PHY 260 Introduction to Astronomy
    • PSY 256 Brain and Behavior
  • Understanding Human Institutions and Behaviors
    • ANT 105 Introduction to Anthropology
    • ANT 205 Human Societies
    • ANT 206 Cultural Anthropology
    • ANT 207 Archaeology
    • CHHS 205 Introduction to Health & Human Services
    • CHHS 210 Creating Happiness and Well-being
    • COM 104 Concepts in Communication Studies
    • COM 160 Engaging Contemporary Media
    • COM 220 Interpersonal Communication
    • CRM 105 Introduction to Criminal Justice
    • CRM 110 Crime and Justice Issues
    • CRM 255 Criminology
    • CRM 256 Criminology
    • EBD 280 Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Majors
    • ECN 125 Survey of Economics
    • ECN 221 Principles of Microeconomics
    • ECN 222 Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECN 250 Capitalism and the Global Market
    • EDN 203 Psychological Foundations of Teaching
    • FSC 211 Fundamentals of Forensic Science (formerly ANT 211)
    • GGY 101 Modern World Geography
    • GGY 140 Introduction to Human Geography
    • INT 105 Introduction to International Studies
    • INT 200 Global Capitalism and its Discontents
    • INT 215 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Politics of Globalization
    • MGT 350 Principles of Management
    • PBH 105 Explorations in Public Health
    • PED 345 Childhood Obesity
    • PED 391 Health Behavior Therapy
    • PLS 101 American National Government
    • PLS 202 Contemporary Political Issues
    • PLS 205 Campaigns and Elections
    • PLS 303 Political Behavior
    • PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology
    • SOC 105 Introduction to Sociology
    • SOC 215 Modern Social Problems
    • SOC 220 Sociology of Death and Dying
    • SOC 255 Criminology
    • SOC 256 Criminology: Writing Intensive
    • SOC 336 Sociology of Aging
    • SOC 337 Medical Sociology
    • SOC 346 Sociology of Religion
    • SOC 433 Sociology of Mental Illness
    • SWK 235 Introduction to Social Work and the Social Welfare System
    • SWK 335 Social Welfare Policies
  • Living in a Diverse Nation
    • AFN 130 Introduction to Africana Studies
    • ANT 208 Language and Culture
    • ANT 303 Culture and Gender
    • ANT 330 The Immigrant Experience
    • COM 116 Performance of Literature
    • COM 211 Storytelling and Culture
    • COM 413 Storytelling and Identity
    • ECN 328 Public Finance
    • EDN 265 Culture, Advocacy, and Policy for ESL Teachers
    • EDN-EDNL 200 Teacher, School, and Society
    • ENG 230 Women in Literature
    • ENG 231 Theory and Practice of Hip Hop
    • ENG 232 African American Literature
    • ENG 344 Latino Voices in American Literature
    • ENG 355 Ethnic Literature of the U.S.
    • ENG 356 American Indian Literatures
    • ENG 357 African American Literary Tradition to 1945
    • ENG 358 African American Literary Tradition since 1945
    • ENG 373 Women’s Literary Traditions
    • ENG 385 Multicultural Young Adult Literature
    • GGY 382 Geography of North America
    • GRN 101 Introduction to Gerontology
    • HON 211 Honors Topical Seminar
    • HST 105 United States History to 1865
    • HST 106 United States from 1865 to Present
    • HST 250 North Carolina Indian History
    • HST 204/237 Women in Modern America
    • HST 209 African American History
    • HST 271 U.S. Topics in Historical Perspective
    • HST 280 History of Surfing
    • MGT 350 Principles of Management
    • MUS 115 Survey of Music Literature
    • MUS 116 History of Jazz
    • MUS 117 American Music
    • MUS 220 African American Music
    • MUS 184 Jazz Ensemble
    • NSG 405 Community Health Nursing
    • NSG 408 Population and Community Health Nursing
    • PAR 205 American Philosophy
    • PAR 220 Race and Social Justice
    • PAR 225 Women and Religion
    • PAR 242 Religion in America
    • PAR 304 American Islam
    • PLS 341 Latino Politics
    • PLS 351 Urban Government and Politics
    • PSY 271 Psychology of Human Diversity
    • RTH 286 Assistance Dog Training
    • RTH 372 Recreation Therapy in Behavioral Health
    • SOC 260 Sociology of Poverty
    • SOC 304 Popular Culture
    • SOC 325 Racial and Ethnic Group Relations
    • SOC 336 Sociology of Aging
    • SOC 346 Sociology of Religion
    • SOC 350 Gender and Society
    • SPN 215 Intermediate Spanish for Bilingual Speakers I
    • SPN 315 Intermediate Spanish for Bilingual Speakers II
    • SPN 323 Introduction to U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
    • SPN 490 Service Learning and Research
    • SWK 355 Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice
    • THR 369 American Canon
    • WGS 210 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
    • WGS 212 Sexuality and Gender
    • WGS 280 Special Topics in Women's and Gender Studies
  • Living in a Global Society
    • AFN 290 Readings in Literature of the African Diaspora
    • ANT 105 Introduction to Anthropology
    • ANT 190/HST 190 History Unlimited: A Short History of Nearly Everything
    • ANT 206 Cultural Anthropology
    • ANT 327 Globalization and Cultural Change
    • BIO 150 Humans and Ecology
    • BIO 160 Genetics in Human Affairs
    • COM 344 Intercultural Communication
    • CRW 314 Theory and Practice of Literary Translation
    • ECN 326 Comparative Economic Systems
    • EGN 102 Introduction to Coastal Engineering
    • ENG 111 Introduction to Literature Global Emphasis
    • ENG 225 World Literature to 1600
    • ENG 226 World Literature Since 1600
    • ENG 227 World Anglophone Literatures
    • ENG 341 Postcolonial and Third World Literature
    • ENG 342 Transnational Literatures
    • ENG 359 World Indigenous Literatures and Film
    • ENG 370 European Literature to 1900
    • ENG 371 European Literature after 1900
    • EVS 195 Introduction to Environmental Studies
    • EVS 205 Global Environmental Issues
    • FNA 101 Cultures of the World Through Music and Dance
    • FRH 306 Reading Strategies
    • FRH 319 Introduction to the Francophone World
    • FRH 412 The Francophone World
    • FRH 421 French Immigrant Narratives
    • FST 205 Introduction to World Cinema
    • FST 378 History of New Wave Cinemas
    • FST 382 Contemporary Latin American Cinema
    • FST 383 Introduction to Latin American Cinema
    • GER 202 Intermediate German II
    • GER 301 Advanced German
    • GGY 101 Modern World Geography
    • GGY 140 Introduction to Human Geography
    • GGY 180 World Regional Geography I:  Europe and the Americas
    • GLY 101 Principles of Geology
    • GLY 120 Environmental Geology
    • GLY 125 Natural Disasters
    • GGY 181 World Regional Geography II:  Africa, Asia, and Oceania
    • GGY 215 The Digital Globe
    • GGY 230 Introduction to Weather and Climate
    • HON 212 Honors Topical Seminar
    • HST 101 Western Civilization I
    • HST 102 Western Civilization II
    • HST 103 Global History 1500-1850
    • HST 104 Introduction to Global History Since 1848
    • HST 190 History Unlimited (Cross-listed as ANT 190)
    • HST 203 The Sea in History
    • HST 207 Jewish History to 1492
    • HST 208 Jewish History from 1492 to the Present
    • HST 270 Global Issues in Historial Perspectives
    • INB 300 International Business
    • INT 105 Introduction to International Studies
    • INT 316 Global Protest Movements
    • MUS 106 Exploring Music
    • MUS 345 Latin American Popular Music
    • NSG 411 Complementary and Alternative Therapies
    • NSG 480 Transcultural Nursing
    • OCN 250 Coasts and Society
    • OPS 377 International Operations Management (SCM 377)
    • PAR 125 Great Books of the Worlds’ Religions
    • PAR 230 Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
    • PAR 232 Asian Religions
    • PBH 320 Global Health
    • PLS 111 Politics and Government in Global Perspective
    • PLS 218 Ethics in International Affairs
    • PLS 220 Introduction to International Relations
    • PSY 270 Cross-cultural Psychology
    • SCM 377 International Operations Management (OPS 377)
    • SOC 240 Individuals and Societies in a Global World
    • SPN 312 Spanish American Civilization
    • SPN 412 Topics in Spanish American Civilization
    • THR 368 Contemporary British and Irish Dramatic Literature


Explorations Beyond the Classroom

  • Explorations Beyond the Classroom
    • ACG 491 Directed Individual Study
    • ACG 498 Internship In Accountancy
    • ACG 499 Honors Work In Accountancy
    • ANT 190 History Unlimited: A Short History of Nearly Everything (HST 190)
    • ANT 491 Directed Individual Study
    • ANT 498 Internship In Anthropology
    • ANT 499 Honors Work In Anthropology
    • ANTL 207 Archaeology Lab
    • ARB 294 Arabic Study Abroad I
    • ARH 499 Honors Work In Art History
    • ART 476 Senior Exhibit
    • ART 491 Directed Individual Study
    • ART 496 Digital Arts Capstone
    • ART 498 Internship In Art
    • ART 499 Honors Work In Art
    • ATR 449 Clinical IV in Athletic Training
    • BAN 499 Honors Work in Quantitative Methods (formerly QMM 499)
    • BIO 291 Introductory Research
    • BIO 454 Herpetology
    • BIO 480 Field Studies in Biology
    • BIO 491 Directed Individual Study
    • BIO 493 Practicum in Biology Teaching
    • BIO 495 Seminar
    • BIO 498 Internship in Biological Sciences
    • BIO 499 Honors Work in Biology
    • BIOL 495 Applied Learning Seminar
    • BLA 491 Directed Individual Study
    • BLA 498 Internship in Business Law
    • BLA 499 Honors Work in Business Law
    • BUS 206 Career Essentials (formerly BUS 292)
    • BUS 305 Business Essentials
    • BUS 499 Honors Work in Business
    • CHM 495 Senior Seminar
    • CHM 499 Honors Work in Chemistry
    • CLR 496 Clinical Research Internship I
    • CLR 497 Clinical Research Internship II
    • COM 211 Storytelling and Culture
    • COM 212 Storytelling in the Community
    • COM 300 Applied Qualitative Research Methods
    • COM 302 Applied Qualitative Research: Analyzing Culture
    • COM 320 Interpersonal Communication II
    • COM 344 Intercultural Communication
    • COM 352 Election Campaign Communication
    • COM 374 Communication Consulting
    • COM 378 Business and Professional Communication
    • COM 413 Storytelling and Communicating Culture
    • COM 420 Critical Issues in Interpersonal Communication
    • COM 431 Integrated Marketing Communication II
    • COM 434 Public Relations II
    • COM 439 Pier 601 Creative Practicum
    • COM 465 Media, Cultures, and Society
    • COM 473 Communication Training and Development
    • COM 480 Field Video Production II
    • COM 491 Directed Individual Study
    • COM 498 Internship in Communication Studies
    • COM 499 Honors Work in Communication Studies
    • CRM 250 Crime in the Cape Fear (cross-listed wiht PLS 250)
    • CRM 391 Public Sociology/Criminology Seminar (SOC 391)
    • CRM 405 Criminal Justice Administration
    • CRM 490 Criminal Justice Practicum
    • CRM 491 Directed Individual Study
    • CRM 496 Practicum in Public Sociology/Criminology (SOC 496)
    • CRM 499 Honors Work in Criminal Justice
    • CRW 496 Senior Seminar in Creative Writing
    • CRW 498 Internship in Writing
    • CSC 450 Software Engineering
    • CSC 491 Directed Individual Study
    • CSC 498 Internship in Computer Science
    • CSC 499 Honors Work in Computer Science
    • EBD 491 Directed Individual Study
    • EBD 498 Internship in Entrepreneurship and Business Development
    • EBD 499 Honors Work in Entrepreneurship and Business Development
    • ECN 491 Directed Individual Study
    • ECN 498 Internship in Economics
    • ECN 499 Honors Work in Economics
    • EDN 318 Middle School Programs and Practices
    • EDN 338 The Teaching of Science (6-9)
    • EDN 335 Social Studies Education in the Middle Grades
    • EDN 323 Teaching Mathematics in the Middle Grades (6-9)
    • EDN 352 Developing Reading and Writing Competence in the Middle Grades
    • EDN 355 Language Arts Methods for the Middle Grades
    • EDN 409 Student Teaching
    • EDN 411 Student Teaching (K-6; 6-9)
    • EDN 465 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (B-K)
    • EDN 466 Student Teaching for Early Childhood Practitioners
    • EDN 467 Non-Licensure Practicum in Early Childhood Settings
    • EDN 499 Honors Work in Education
    • EDNL 200 Field Studies
    • EDNL 302 Field Experience in Early Childhood Education
    • EDNL 332 Apprentice Field Experience II
    • EDNL 333 Apprentice Field Experience III
    • EDNL 407 Field Experience in Foreign Language
    • EDNL 430 Field Experience in Kindergarten
    • EDNL 450 Field Experience in Infant/Toddler Education
    • EDNL 451 Field Experience - Children With Special Needs
    • ENG 202 Introduction to Journalism
    • ENG 204 Introduction to Professional Writing
    • ENG 302 Journalism Workshop
    • ENG 305 Professional Review Writing
    • ENG 308 Grant and Proposal Writing
    • ENG 315 Topics in Writing and Rhetoric
    • ENG 498 Internship in Writing
    • ENG 499 Honors Work In English
    • EVS 431 International Field Experience
    • EVS 491 Directed Individual Study
    • EVS 497 Practicum Environmental Studies
    • EVS 498 Internship in Environmental Studies
    • EVS 499 Honors Work in Environmental Studies
    • EVSL 195 Environmental Studies Lab
    • EXS 497 Advanced Field Experience in Exercise Science
    • EXS 499 Honors Program in Exercise Science
    • FIN 491 Directed Individual Study
    • FIN 498 Internship in Finance
    • FIN 499 Honors Work in Finance
    • FRH 294 French Study Abroad I
    • FRH 394 French Study Abroad II
    • FRH 494 French Study Abroad III
    • FRH 491 Directed Individual Study
    • FRH 498 Internship in French
    • FRH 499 Honors Work in French
    • FSC 212 Forensic Science Methods (formerly ANT 212)
    • FST 201 Introduction to Film Production
    • FST 363 Producing the Undergraduate Film Magazine
    • FST 491 Directed Individual Study
    • FST 498 Internship in Film Studies
    • FST 499 Honors Work in Film Studies
    • GER 294 German Study Abroad I
    • GER 394 German Study Abroad II
    • GER 491 Directed Individual Study
    • GER 494 German Study Abroad III
    • GER 498 Internship in German
    • GER 499 Honors Work in German Studies
    • GGY 424 Advanced Geographic Information Systems
    • GGY 491 Directed Individual Study
    • GGY 494 International Field Experience
    • GGY 498 Internship in Applied Geography
    • GGY 499 Honors Work in Geography
    • GLY 390 Field Methods in Geosciences
    • GLY 470 Field Course in Geology
    • GLY 491 Directed Individual Study
    • GLY 498 Internship in Geology
    • GLY 499 Honors Work in Geology
    • HEA 498 Internship in Community Health Education
    • HON 121 Honors Enrichment Seminar: Explorations Beyond the Classroom
    • HON 499 Interdisciplinary Honors Work
    • HST 190 History Unlimited: A Short History of Nearly Everything (ANT 190)
    • HST 290 The Practice of History
    • HST 499 Honors Work in History
    • INB 294 International Study Abroad
    • INB 394 International Study Abroad
    • INB 491 Directed Individual Study
    • INB 494 International Business Study Abroad
    • INB 498 Internship in International Business
    • INT 294 International Student Exchange
    • INT 491 Directed Individual Study
    • INT 494 International Student Exchange
    • INT 498 Internship in International Studies
    • INT 499 Honors Work in International Studies
    • JPN 294 Japanese Study Abroad I
    • MAT 495 Seminar in Mathematics
    • MAT 498 Internship in Mathematics
    • MAT 499 Honors Work in Mathematics
    • MGT 491 Directed Individual Study
    • MGT 498 Internship in Management
    • MGT 499 Honors Work in Management
    • MIS 411 Information Systems Analysis
    • MIS 413 Systems Design/Capstone Project
    • MIS 491 Directed Individual Study
    • MIS 498 Internship in Information Systems
    • MIS 499 Honors Work in Information Systems
    • MKT 491 Directed Individual Study
    • MKT 498 Internship in Marketing
    • MKT 499 Honors Work in Marketing
    • MUS 493 Senior Recital
    • MUS 496 Senior Seminar in Music
    • MUS 499 Honors Work in Music
    • NSG 405 Community Health Nursing
    • NSG 408 Population and Community Health Nursing
    • NSG 499 Honors Work in Nursing
    • OCN 491 Directed Individual Study
    • OCN 499 Honors Work in Oceanography
    • PAR 400 Colloquium for Majors
    • PAR 499 Honors Work in Philosophy and Religion
    • PBH 497 Internship in Public Health
    • PED 348 Practicum in Lifetime Fitness and Health
    • PED 499 Honors Work in Physical Education
    • PHY 300 Analog Circuits
    • PHY 315 Computational Physics and Complexity
    • PHY 400 Advanced Laboratory
    • PHY 477 Observational Methods and Data Analysis in Physical Oceanography
    • PHY 499 Honors Work in Physics
    • PLS 209 Environmental Politics
    • PRT 294 Study Abroad I
    • PRT 394 Study Abroad II
    • PLS 250 Crime in the Cape Fear (cross-listed with CRM 250)
    • PLS 221 Model United Nations I - Introduction to United Nations Issues and Organization
    • PLS 294 Transnational Politics Study Abroad I
    • PLS 360 Introduction to Nonprofit Management
    • PLS 404 Campaign Management and Strategies
    • PLS 434 Nonprofit Leadership Experience
    • PLS 491 Directed Individual Study
    • PLS 494 Transnational Politics Study Abroad II
    • PLS 498 Internship in Political Science
    • PLS 499 Honors Work in Political Science
    • PSY 291 Introductory Research
    • PSY 416 Adult Development and Life Transitions
    • PSY 419 Applied Behavior Analysis Practicum
    • PSY 451 Supervised Counseling Practice
    • PSY 491 Directed Individual Study
    • PSY 499 Honors Work in Psychology
    • REC 498 Internship in Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism Management
    • REC 499 Honors Work in Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism Management
    • RTH 497 Clinical Placement in Recreation Therapy
    • RTH 498 Internship in Recreation Therapy
    • RTH 499 Honors Work in Recreation Therapy
    • RUS 294 Russia Study Abroad
    • RUS 491 Directed Independent Study
    • SCM 491 Directed Individual Study (formerly OPS 491)
    • SCM 498 Internship in Operations Management (formerly OPS 491)
    • SCM 499 Honors Work in Operations Management (formerly OPS 499)
    • SEC 220 Practicum Block I
    • SEC 320 Practicum Block II
    • SEC 421 Practicum Block III
    • SEC 431 Student Teaching - Secondary Education
    • SED 250 Introduction to Special Education
    • SED 260 Children and Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
    • SED 354 Curriculum and Methods of Instruction for Secondary Transition
    • SED 355 Children and Adolescents with Behavioral Disorders
    • SED 362 Teaching Students with Social, Emotional, and Behavior Problems
    • SED 367 Communication and Language: Development and Interventions
    • SED 374 Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers
    • SED 375 Collaboration Strategies in Special Education
    • SED 411 Student Teaching in Special Education (K-12)
    • SEDL 368 Teaching Reading to Learners with Special Needs Laboratory
    • SEDL 369 Teaching Mathematics to Students with Special Needs Laboratory
    • SOC 260 Poverty Studies
    • SOC 320 Rural Sociology
    • SOC 391 Public Sociology/Criminology Seminar (CRM 391)
    • SOC 485 The Community
    • SOC 491 Directed Individual Study
    • SOC 496 Practicum in Public Sociology/Criminology (CRM 496)
    • SOC 499 Honors Work in Sociology
    • SPN 294 Spanish Study Abroad I
    • SPN 394 Spanish Study Abroad II
    • SPN 494 Spanish Study Abroad III
    • SPN 490 Service Learning and Research
    • SPN 491 Directed Individual Study
    • SPN 498 Internship in Spanish
    • SPN 499 Honors Work in Spanish
    • STT 490 Case Studies in Statistical Consulting
    • STT 498 Internship in Statistics
    • STT 499 Honors Work in Statistics
    • SWK 496 Field Practicum I
    • SWK 497 Field Practicum II
    • SWK 499 Honors Work in Social Work
    • THR 242 Production Studio I
    • THR 499 Honors Work in Theatre
    • UNI 120 Civic Engagement for Pre-Health Students
    • WGS 491 Directed Individual Study
    • WGS 498 Internship in Women's and Gender Studies


Building Competencies

  • Writing Intensive
    • ACG 445 Current Topics in Accounting
    • ANT 303 Culture and Gender
    • ANT 308 Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and More
    • ANT 309 Environmental Anthropology
    • ANT 310 The Ancient Maya
    • ANT 312 Collapse: The Fall of Complex Civilizations
    • ANT 329 Environmental Justice Ethnography
    • ANT 330 The Immigrant Experience
    • ANT 375 Archeological Science
    • ANT 426 Forensic Osteology Method and Theory
    • ANT 440 Seminar in Southeastern Archaeology
    • ANT 449 Three- Field Seminar in Anthropology
    • ANT 460 Public Health and Poverty
    • ARH 386 History of Photography
    • ARH 390 Research Methods in Art History
    • ART 476 Senior Exhibit
    • ART 496 Digital Arts Capstone
    • BIO 315 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
    • BIO 340 Plant Physiology
    • BIOL 335 Genetics Lab
    • BIOL 345 Animal Physiology Lab
    • BIO 362 Marine Biology
    • BIOL 325 Molecular Biology of the Cell Laboratory
    • BIOL 366 Ecology Lab
    • BUS 205 Business Career Preparation
    • BUS 206 Career Essentials (formerly BUS 292)
    • BUS 305 Business Essentials
    • CHHS 411 Research and Evaluation Methods in Human Services
    • CHML 320 Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
    • CHML 321 Physical Chemistry Laboratory II
    • CHM 350 Introduction to Chemical Research
    • CLA 209 Classical Literature in Translation
    • CLA 330 Women in Ancient Greece and Rome
    • CLR 310 Clinical Research Writing and Communications
    • CLR 410 Collaborative Writing for Clinical Studies
    • COM 232 Strategic Writing in Integrated Marketing Communication
    • COM 302 Applied Qualitative Research: Analyzing Culture
    • COM 305 Communication Theory
    • COM 320 Interpersonal Communication II
    • COM 356 Speech Writing
    • COM 431 Integrated Marketing Communication II
    • COM 458 Rhetoric of Faith Healing
    • COM 465 Media, Cultures and Society
    • CRM 256 Criminology: Writing Intensive
    • CRM 310 White Collar Crime
    • CRM 360 Criminological Theory
    • CRM 495 Senior Seminar
    • CRM-SOC 496 Practicum in Public Sociology/Public Criminology
    • CRM 499 Honors Work in Criminology
    • CRW 322 Editing for Publication
    • CRW 496 Senior Seminar in Creative Writing
    • CSC 385 Professional & Ethical Issues in Computer Science
    • CSC 450/550 Software Engineering
    • EBD 480 Managing Emerging Ventures
    • EBD 490 Business Development and Commercialization
    • ECN 428 Regional Economics
    • ECN 429 The Economics of Growth and Development
    • ECN 477 Advanced Econometrics
    • EDN 300 Elementary School Programs and Practice
    • EDN 352 Developing Reading & Writing Competence in the Middle Grades (6-9)
    • EDN 451 Adaptive Practices in Early Childhood
    • ENG 110 introduction to Literature
    • ENG 111 Introduction to Literature, Global Emphasis
    • ENG 202 Introduction to Journalism
    • ENG 204 Introduction to Professional Writing
    • ENG 205 Introduction to Literary Studies
    • ENG 206 Writing for Career Essentials
    • ENG 209 Classical Literature in Translation
    • ENG 211 British Literature to 1800
    • ENG 223 American Literature to 1870
    • ENG 224 American Literature Since 1870
    • ENG 225 World Literature to 1600
    • ENG 226 World Literature Since 1600
    • ENG 227 World Anglophone Literatures
    • ENG 232 African American Literature
    • ENG 290 Themes in Literature
    • ENG 292 Writing for Career Essentials
    • ENG 303 Reading and Writing Arguments
    • ENG 305 Professional Review Writing
    • ENG 306 Essay Writing
    • ENG 308 Grant and Proposal Writing
    • ENG 312 Writing for Business
    • ENG 313 Writing about Sciences
    • ENG 314 Digital Composing
    • ENG 317 Writing about Film
    • ENG 318 Writing and Activism
    • ENG 319 Document Design
    • ENG 232 African American Literature
    • ENG 393 Writing in the Specific Disciplines
    • ENG 495 Senior Seminar in Literature
    • ENG 496 Senior Seminar in Writing and Rhetoric
    • EVS 495 Seminar in Environmental Studies
    • EXS 310 Research Methods in Exercise Science
    • FIN 330 Principles of Investments
    • FRH 319 Introduction to the Francophone World
    • FRH 321 Survey of French Literature I
    • FRH 322 French Literature II: Nineteenth-21st Century
    • FRH 411 Topics in French Studies
    • FRH 412 The Francophone World
    • FRH 421 French Immigrant Narratives
    • FRH 485 Seminar in French Film
    • FRH 499 Honors Work in French
    • FST 317 Writing about Film
    • FST 363 Producing the Undergraduate Film Magazine
    • FST 367 Film Authors
    • FST 368 Studies in Film Styles and Genres
    • FST 440 Film Theory
    • FST 445 Film Rhetoric
    • FST 480 Special Topics in World Cinema
    • FST 496 Senior Seminar in Film Studies
    • GER 202 Intermediate German II
    • GER 301 Advanced German
    • GER 307 Text and Context
    • GGY 333 Applied Climatology
    • GGY 382 The Geography of North America
    • GGY 420 Global Climate Change
    • GGY 435 Environmental Geography
    • GGY 436 Ice Age Earth
    • GGY 439 Paleoclimatology
    • GLY 331 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
    • GLY 337 Invertebrate Paleontology
    • GLY 390 Field Methods in the Geosciences
    • HST 290 The Practice of History
    • HST 400s Advanced History Seminars
    • IDS 300 Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies
    • IDS 400 Capstone in Interdisciplinary Studies
    • INT 200 Global Capitalism and its Discontents
    • INT 300 Interdisciplinarity and International Studies
    • INT 316 Global Protest Movements
    • INT 351 The Contemporary Persian Gulf
    • INT 490 Senior Seminar in International Studies
    • MAT 346 Historical Development of Mathematics
    • MAT 495 Seminar in Mathematics
    • MGT 352 International Management
    • MGT 452 Leadership and Organizational Change
    • MGT 457 Training and Development
    • MIS 411 Information Systems Analysis
    • MIS 480 IT Resource Planning and Management (formerly CIT 480)
    • MKT 343 Marketing Intelligence & Communication
    • MUS 351 Introduction to Music History I
    • MUS 352 Introduction to Music History II
    • NSG 316 Professional Nursing Practice of the Baccalaureate Nurse
    • NSG 398 Health Policy
    • NSG 415 Research in Nursing (RN-BS Program)
    • NSG 415 Nursing Research: Introduction to Critical Appraisal and Evidence-Based Practice (Prelicensure)
    • OCN 390 Field Methods in Oceanography
    • OCN 490 Oceanography Capstone
    • PAR 300 Philosophical Writing
    • PAR 301 Methods in Religious Studies
    • PAR 364 Religious Views of Death and Dying
    • PAR 371 Buddhism
    • PAR 373 Chinese Religions
    • PAR 374 Japanese Religions
    • PAR 400 Colloquim for Majors
    • PBH 305 Program Planning
    • PBH 359 Research Methods in Public Health
    • PBH 452 Epidemiology
    • PED 415 Adapted Physical Activity
    • PHY 495 Physics Seminar
    • PLS 303 Political Behavior
    • PLS 311 Legal Research and Writing
    • PLS 332 Politics of Central America
    • PLS 401 Senior Seminar
    • PLS 403 Public Opinion
    • PLS 421 Ethnic and Nationalist Conflict
    • PLS 424 International Security
    • PLS 425 International Politics
    • PSY 355 Introduction to Experimental Psychology
    • PSY 405 History and Systems of Psychology
    • PSY 410 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
    • PSY 412 Sensation and Perception
    • PSY 417 Sensation and Perception
    • PSY 423 Advanced Developmental Psychology
    • PSY 425 Psychometrics
    • PSY 459 Advanced Neuroscience Laboratory
    • REC 375 Leadership and Management of Recreation Services
    • RTH 380 Assessment & Outcome Planning in Recreation Therapy
    • RTH 459 Research and Evaluation Methods
    • RTH 475 Leadership & Management in Recreation Therapy
    • PHY 495 Physics Seminar
    • PSY 464 Advanced Social and Personality Psychology
    • SCM 372 Service Operations Management (formerly OPS 372)
    • SCM 377 International Operations Management (formerly OPS 377)
    • SCM 472 Project Management (formerly OPS 472)
    • SED 352 Behavioral Development
    • SED 372 Program Development in Special Education
    • SOC 256 Criminology: Writing Intensive
    • SOC 304 Popular Culture
    • SOC 490 Sociology Senior Seminar
    • SOC 496 Practicum in Public Sociology
    • SOC 499 Honors Work in Sociology
    • SOC-CRM 496 Public Criminology Practicum
    • SPN 305 Spanish Composition
    • SPN 411 Topics in Spanish Civilization
    • SPN 412 Topics in Spanish-American Civilization
    • SPN 421 Topics in Spanish Literature
    • SPN 422 Topics in Spanish-American Literature
    • SPN 495 Seminar in Hispanic Studies
    • SPN 496 Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics
    • STT 490 Case Studies in Statistical Consulting
    • STT 498 Internship in Statistics
    • SWK 335 Social Welfare Policies
    • SWK 355 Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice
    • SWK 320 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 1
    • THR 165 Dramatic Heritage: Study & Analysis of Plays
    • THR 316 Playwriting I
    • THR 368 Contemporary British and Irish Dramatic Literature
    • THR 369 American Canon
    • THR 370 Theories of Theatre and Performance
    • UNI 201 Transfer Seminar
    • XXX 499 Honors Project in XXX
  • Information Literacy
    • ANT 308 Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and More
    • ANT 310 The Ancient Maya
    • ANT 312 Collapse, the Fall of Complex Civilizations
    • ANT 375 Archaeological Science
    • ANT 426 Forensic Osteology Method and Theory
    • ANT 440 Seminar in Southeastern Archaeology
    • ANT 449 Three-Field Seminar in Anthropology
    • ART 476 Senior Exhibit
    • ATR 445 Organization and Administration in Athletic Training
    • BAN 300 Introduction to Business Analytics (formerly OPS 300)
    • BAN 370 Information Systems & Operations Management (formerly OPS 370)
    • BIO 105 Concepts in Modern Biology
    • BIO 202 Principles of Biology: Biodiversity
    • BIO 325 Molecular Biology of the Cell Lab
    • BIOL 335 Genetics Lab
    • BIO 340 Plant Physiology
    • BIOL 345 Animal Physiology Lab
    • BIO 495 Seminar
    • CHHS 411 Research and Evaluation in Human Services
    • CHM 350 Introduction to Chemical Research
    • CHM 495 Senior Seminar
    • CIT 110 Fluency in Information Technology
    • CIT 204 Digital Media
    • CLR 340 Study and Site Management for Clinical Trials
    • CLR 440 Bioanalytics
    • CLR 450 Data Management
    • COM 101 Public Speaking
    • COM 200 Research Methods
    • CRM 300 Methods of Social Research
    • COM 320 Interpersonal Communication II
    • CRM 391 Public Criminology/Sociology Seminar
    • CRM 495 Senior Seminar
    • CRM 499 Honors Work in Criminology
    • CRW 204 Research for Creative Writers
    • CRW 321 Introduction to Book Publishing
    • CSC 105 Computer Competencies for College & the Workplace
    • CSC 385 Professional and Ethical Issues in Computer Science
    • ECN 477 Advanced Econometrics
    • EDN 303 Instructional Technology
    • EDN 334 Social Studies Curriculum and Instruction
    • ENG 103 Composition (Advanced)
    • ENG 201 College Writing and Reading II
    • ENG 202 Introduction to Journalism
    • ENG 204 Introduction to Professional Writing
    • ENG 205 Introduction to Literary Studies
    • ENG 310 Editing for Journalism and Mass Media
    • EVS 495 Seminar in Environmental Studies
    • EXS 310 Research Methods in Exercise Science
    • FRH 304 French for the Professions
    • FRH 311 French Civilization
    • FRH 318 Contemporary France
    • FRH 404 Advanced French for the Professions
    • FST 279 Studies in Film History
    • FST 370 Early Cinema
    • FST 371 History of Documentary Film
    • FST 372 History of Avante-Garde Film
    • FST 373 History of Animation
    • FST 375 Studies in Global Film History
    • FST 376 American Cinema 1927-1960
    • FST 377 American Cinema Since 1961
    • FST 378 History of New Wave Cinema
    • FST 379 Studies in Film History
    • FST 381 History of Russian and Soviet Cinema
    • FST 475 Advanced Studies in Global Film History
    • FST 479 Advanced Studies in Film History
    • GER 307 Text and Context
    • GGY 130 Introduction to Physical Geography
    • GGY 215 The Digital Globe
    • GGY 222 Quantitative Methods in Earth Science
    • GGY 432 Biogeography
    • GGY 495 Senior Seminar
    • GLY 337 Invertebrate Paleontology
    • GLY 431 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
    • GLY 495 Senior Seminar
    • HON 110 Honors Interdisciplinary Freshman Seminar
    • HST 290 The Practice of History
    • IDS 300 Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies
    • INT 300 Interdisciplinarity and International Studies
    • INT 490 Senior Seminar in International Studies
    • LIB 103 Introduction to Library Research and Technology
    • LIB 203 Lifelong Library & Information Research Skills
    • MAT 495 Seminar in Mathematics
    • MIS 213 Intro to Management Information Systems
    • MIS 411 Information Systems Analysis
    • MKT 343 Marketing Intelligence & Communication
    • MUS 351 Introduction to Music History I
    • NSG 316 Professional Nursing Practice of the Baccalaureate Nurse
    • NSG 330 Maternal-Infant Nursing
    • NSG 398 Health Policy
    • NSG 415 Research in Nursing (RN-BS Program)
    • NSG 415 Nursing Research: Introduction to Critical Appraisal and Evidence-Based Practice (Prelicensure)
    • OCN 250 Coasts and Society
    • OCN 350 Advanced Oceanography
    • OCN 390 Salt Marshes and Sea Levels
    • OCN 490 Oceanography Capstone
    • PAR 125 Great Books of the World's Religions
    • PAR 225 Women and Religion
    • PAR 230 Judaism, Christianity and Islam
    • PAR 235 Introduction to the Old Testament
    • PAR 300 Philosophical Writing
    • PAR 301 Methods and Theory in Religious Studies
    • PAR 344 Religion and Popular Culture
    • PAR 362 Archaeology of Ancient Israel
    • PAR 364 Religious Views of Death and Dying
    • PAR 371 Buddhism
    • PAR 373 Chinese Religions
    • PAR 374 Japanese Religions
    • PAR 400 Colloquim for Majors
    • PBH 320 Global Health
    • PBH 359 Research Methods in Public Health
    • PBH 452 Epidemiology
    • PED 415 Adapted Physical Activity
    • PHY 315 Computational Physics and Complexity
    • PHY 335 Modern Physics
    • PHY 495 Physics Seminar
    • PLS 201 Introduction to Political Science Research Methods
    • PLS 403 Public Opinion
    • PLS 404 Campaign Management and Strategies
    • PSY 106 General Psychology Laboratory
    • PSY 355 Introduction to Experimental Psychology
    • PSY 405 History and Systems of Psychology
    • PSY 412 Sensation and Perception
    • PSY 417 Advanced Learning and Behavior
    • REC 380 Marketing for Recreation, Sport Leadership and Tourism
    • RTH 459 Research and Evaluation Method
    • RTH 475 Leadership and Management in Recreation Therapy
    • RTH 480 Senior Seminar in Recreation Therapy
    • SCM 370 Principles of Operations Management
    • SEC 430 Seminar: Leadership, Reflection, and Management
    • SEC 431 Practicum in Secondary Education
    • SED 374 Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers
    • SED 375 Collaboration Strategies in Special Education
    • SOC 391 Public Criminology/Sociology Seminar
    • SOC 495 Sociology Senior Seminar
    • SOC 499 Honors Work in Sociology
    • SPN 411 Topics in Spanish Civilization
    • SPN 412 Topics in Spanish-American Civilization
    • SPN 421 Topics in Spanish Literature
    • SPN 422 Topics in Spanish-American Literature
    • SPN 490 Service-Learning and Research
    • SPN 495 Seminar in Hispanic Studies
    • SPN 496 Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics
    • STT 490 Case Studies in Statistical Consulting
    • STT 498 Internship in Statistics
    • SWK 321 Human Behavior in the Social Environment 2
    • SWK 335 Social Welfare Policies
    • SWK 355 Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice
    • PSY 410 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
    • PSY 423 Advanced Developmental Psychology
    • PSY 425 Psychometrics
    • PSY 464 Advanced Social and Personality Psychology
    • SOC 300 Methods of Social Research
    • THR 165 Dramatic Heritage: Study and Analysis of Plays
    • UNI 101 First Year Seminar
    • UNI 201 Transfer Seminar
  • Critical Reasoning
    • ANT 324 Human Biological Variation
    • ANT 326 Human Osteology
    • ANT 450 History of Anthropological Theory
    • ARH 308 Twentieth Century Art
    • ATR 490 Clinical V in Athletic Training
    • BIOL 335 Genetics Lab
    • BIOL 366 Ecology Lab
    • CHM 365 Biochemistry
    • CHHS 411 Research and Evaluation in Human Services
    • CIT 425 Human-Computer Interface
    • CLR 440 Bioanalytics
    • COM 257 Argumentation and Debate
    • COM 300 Applied Qualitative Research Methods
    • COM 302 Applied Qualitative Research: Analyzing Culture
    • COM 355 Communication Analysis
    • COM 361 Media Law and Ethics
    • COM 362 Communication Ethics
    • COM 424 Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us
    • CRM 301 Sociological Data Analysis and Interpretation
    • CRW 203 The Evolution of Creative Writing
    • CRW 496 Senior Seminar in Creative Writing
    • CSC 131 Introduction to Computer Science
    • CSC 450/550 Software Engineering
    • EDNL 333 Apprentice Field Experience III
    • EDN 409 Student Teaching
    • EDN 411 Student Teaching (K-6, 6-9)
    • EDN 425 Educational Policy and Advocacy
    • EDN 465 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (B-K)
    • EDN 467 Non-licensure Practicum in Early Childhood Settings
    • ENG 495 Senior Seminar in Literature
    • ENG 303 Reading and Writing Arguments
    • ENG 309 Technical Editing
    • ENG 320 Introduction to Linguistics
    • ENG 388 Rhetorical Theory before 1900
    • ENG 389 Rhetorical Theory since 1900
    • ENG 417 Research Methods in Professional Writing
    • ENG 495 Senior Seminar in Literature
    • EXS 310 Research Methods in Exercise Science
    • EXS 320 Exercise Physiology
    • FRH 401 Advanced Conversation
    • FRH 412 The Francophone World
    • FSC 213/292 Forensic Skeletal Identification
    • FST 496 Senior Seminar in Film Study
    • GGY 215 The Digital Globe
    • GGY 222 Quantitative Methods in Earth Science
    • GLY 390 Field Method in Geosciences
    • GLY 498 Internship in Geology
    • HST 400 Seminars (all)
    • HST 495 Seminar
    • IDS 400 Capstone in Interdisciplinary Studies
    • INT 300 Interdisciplinarity and International Studies
    • MAT 101 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts: A Contemporary Approach
    • MAT 111 Fundamentals of Algebra
    • MAT 112 Trigonometry
    • MAT 115 PreCalculus
    • MAT 141 Fundamentals of Mathematics: Numbers, Concepts, Problems
    • MAT 142 Fundamentals of Mathematics: Geometry, Measurement, Problems
    • MAT 151 Basic Calculus with Applications I
    • MAT 152 Basic Calculus with Applications II
    • MAT 161 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
    • MAT 162 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
    • MAT 346 Historical Development of Analysis
    • MGT 455 Competitive Strategy
    • MIS 480 (formerly CIT 480) IT Resource Planning and Management
    • MUS 495 Seminar in Music
    • MUS 496 Senior Seminar in Music
    • NSG 409 Clinical Nursing VIII: Transition to Professional Practice
    • NSG 482 Pharmacological Evidence
    • OCN 390 Field Methods in Oceanography
    • OCN 490 Capstone in Oceanography
    • PAR 101 Invitation to Philosophical Thinking
    • PAR 115 Introduction to Ethics
    • PAR 201 History of Western Philosophy I
    • PAR 202 History of Western Philosophy II
    • PAR 211 Philosophy of Human Nature
    • PAR 301 Methods and Theory in Religious Studies
    • PBH 400 Health, Ethics, and Policy Law
    • PED 387 Teaching Healthful Living in Secondary Schools
    • PLS 304 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis
    • PLS 334 Revolutionary Movements
    • PLS 353 American Parties and Interest Groups
    • PLS 401 Senior Seminar
    • PLS 403 Public Opinion
    • PLS 424 International Security
    • PLS 425 International Politics
    • PSY 210 Science and Pseudoscience
    • PSY 410 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
    • PSY 412 Sensation and Perception
    • PSY 417 Advanced Learning and Behavior Analysis
    • PSY 423 Developmental Psychology
    • PSY 425 Psychometrics
    • PSY 459 Advanced Neuroscience Laboratory
    • PSY 464 Advanced Social and Personality Psychology
    • REC 359 Research & Evaluation in Recreation, Sport Leadership & Tourism
    • RTH 459 Research & Evaluation Methods in Recreation Therapy
    • SEC 431 Student Teaching- Secondary Education
    • SED 374 Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers
    • SED 411 Student Teaching in Special Education K-12
    • SOC 301 Sociological Data Analysis and Interpretation
    • SOC 490 Sociology Senior Seminar
    • SOC-CRM 496 Public Criminology Practicum
    • STT 490 Case Studies in Statistical Consulting
    • STT 498 Internship in Statistics
    • SWK 406 Research Methods for Social Work Practice I
    • THR 486 Senior Seminar: Performance
    • THR 487 Senior Seminar: Design and Technology
    • THR 488 Senior Seminar: Customized Option


Removed Courses

The following courses have been removed from the following categories and competencies:

Removed Courses

MTH/STT:

  • MAT 102 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts
  • MAT 102 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts: A Classical Approach (as of 4/18/17)


AIL:

  • SPN 422 Topics in Spanish-American Literature


UHIB:

  • COM 105 Introduction to Communication Studies (as of 1/18)
  • PLS 217 Ethics and Leadership in Public Life
  • PLS 341 Latino Politics
  • PLS 342 Race and Politics in the Americas
  • PLS 303 Political Behavior (as of 12/11/18)
  • PLS 403 Public Opinion


LDN:

  • COM 302 Applied Qualitative Research: Analyzing Culture (as of 5/16/17)
  • COM 246 Communication with Deaf & Hearing Impaired Persons
  • GGY 180 World Regional Geography I: Europe and the Americas
  • HST 208 Jewish History from 1492-present
  • PLS 342 Race and Politics in the Americas


LGS:

  • FST 375 Studies in Global Film History (as of 5/16/17)
  • GGY 130 Intro to Physical Geography
  • HST 209 African American History (as of 5/16/17)
  • INT 341 Modern Russia and Eastern European Civilization
  • PLS 222 Contemporary International Political Issues
  • RTH 480 Senior Seminar in Recreation Therapy
  • SOC 350 Gender and Society

EBC:

  • OCN 290 Field Methods in Oceanography (as of 4/17/18)


IL:

  • ART 380 Intermediate Dark Room Photography (as of 12/11/18)
  • CRM 496R Practicum in Public Sociology/Criminology
  • GLY 390 Field Methods in the Geosciences (as of 9/12/17)
  • MUS 285 Conducting I
  • MUS 110 Introduction to Music Technology
  • RTH 468 Program Planning and Evaluation in Recreation Therapy
  • SOC 496 Practicum in Public Sociology/Criminology


WI:

  • BUS 495 Peer Advising (as of 12/17; also 2/20)
  • CRW 203 The Evolution of Creative Writing (as of 9/12/17)
  • CRM 300 Methods of Social Research (as of 5/16/17)
  • EBD 490 Business Development and Commercialization (as of 2/19/19)
  • ENG 210 / CLA 210 Mythology
  • ENG 230 Women in Literature (as of 4/18/17)
  • ENG 233 The Bible as Literature (as of 4/18/17)
  • ENG 388 Rhetorical Theory to 1900 (as of 9/12/17)
  • ENG 389 Rhetorical Theory Since 1900 (as of 4/17/17)
  • FLL 480/WLC 480 Special Topics in World Cinema (as of 12/17; also 2/20)
  • GLY 498 Internship in Geology (as of 9/12/17)
  • MGT 458 Compensation and Performance Evaluation
  • NSG 330 Maternal-Infant Nursing (as of 1/20)
  • NSG 404 Health Policy (renumbered to 398) (as of 1/18)
  • PAR 336 New Testament Literature
  • PLS 352 American Political Culture
  • RTH 468 Program Planning and Evaluation in Recreation Therapy
  • SOC 300 Methods of Social Research (as of 5/16/17)