Apr 18, 2024  
2019-2020 Florida Tech Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Florida Tech Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Courses are listed alpha-numerically. The 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000 series are undergraduate courses. The 5000 series are graduate courses that can also be taken by undergraduates with cumulative grade point averages of 2.75 or higher, who have satisfied all listed prerequisites and whose registration is approved by the department head or program chair responsible for the course. The 6000 series courses are restricted to graduate students only. Courses below 1000 are developmental in nature, are not counted in GPA calculations and do not count toward any Florida Tech degree.

Courses that may be taken in fulfillment of Undergraduate Core Requirements are designated as follows: CL: computer literacy requirement, COM: communication elective, HU: humanities elective, LA: liberal arts elective, Q: scholarly inquiry requirement, SS: social science elective, CC: cross-cultural, Hon: course may include honors sections during some semesters. These designations follow the course descriptions. Other courses that satisfy Undergraduate Core Requirements are identified by the course prefix: any MTH course can be used toward meeting the mathematics requirement; and any AVS, BIO, CHM or PHY course, or EDS 1031  or EDS 1032 , toward meeting the physical/life sciences requirement.

 

Humanities

  
  • HUM 2054 Introduction to Asian Civilization 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Covers Asian civilization changes after encounters between the East and West, from the 17th century to the last decades of the 18th century. Focuses on the transformation of traditional society in politics, culture, society, thought and the state of individual relations.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2085 Critical Approaches to Humanities and Social Sciences

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines issues in the humanities and the social sciences. Improves students’ critical thinking and writing abilities. Topics announced before registration.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1101  
  
  • HUM 2140 World Architecture

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys some of the most significant architectural works from pre-history to the present from an ethnically and socially diverse perspective. Includes design, construction methods, effects of technology, purpose and function, as well as basic methods of analysis and interpretation.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1101  
  
  • HUM 2141 World Art History 1: Pre-History to Early Global Awareness

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys world art history and methodology from pre-history to circa 1500. Emphasizes analyzing and understanding works of painting, sculpture, textiles and decorative arts in their respective historical and cultural contexts.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2142 World Art History 2: Early Modern to Post-Colonial

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys world art history and methodology from circa 1500 to present day. Emphasizes analyzing and understanding works of painting, sculpture, photography, textiles, decorative arts, alternative art forms and new media in their respective historical and cultural contexts.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2153 Popular Music and Culture

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the grammar of Western music through music theory. Teaches skills in pitch and rhythm notation, and the fundamentals of melody, harmony and time. Familiarizes students with up-to-date notation and counterpoint software.
    (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Must be enrolled in Florida Tech Online
    Prerequisite: COM 1101  or WRI 1001   
  
  • HUM 2211 British Literature and Culture

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys British literature from early 900 A.D. to the early 17th century. Emphasizes the interpretation of texts that represent the development of a British literary tradition and culture from its origins to the Restoration.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2212 British and American Literature 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys British and American literature of the late 18th to early 20th century, from the French Revolution to World War I. Emphasizes the interpretation of texts that reflect changing ideas about individual and national identities during revolutionary times.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2213 British and American Literature 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys British and American literature in the 20th and 21st centuries, from World War I to the present. Emphasizes the interpretation of texts that represent the development of the modern world and modern selves.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2226 Survey of World Literature 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys world literature through 20th-century short stories drawn from a wide variety of languages and cultures. Topics include colonization, cultural identity, alienation, gender roles, family life and social class.
    (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Must be enrolled in Florida Tech Online
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2250 Literature: Voice and Vision

    Credit Hours: 3
    A close reading and interpretation of texts representing the major genres of literature: short story, poem, drama and novel.
    (HU) (LA)
  
  • HUM 2331 American History: Pre-Columbian to Civil War Era

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys some of the basic problems in U.S. history through the Civil War era. Emphasizes origins, social characteristics and competing cultural values of the people that formed the American nation.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2332 American History: From Reconstruction to the Present

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines the major ideas, ideals and events that have determined the American experience in the 19th and 20th centuries.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2385 Special Topics in World History

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines cultural, geographical and philosophical issues in world history. Topics announced before registration.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2401 Introduction to Law

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the basics of the U.S. legal system. Explores the U.S. Constitution, civil liberties and civil rights, the U.S. judicial system and how citizens interact with it.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1101  
  
  • HUM 2480 Introduction to Political Science

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces students to the theories and concepts of political science. Emphasizes examining the interaction between ideas, values and institutions in contemporary U.S. political culture.
    (LA) (SS)
  
  • HUM 2490 Introduction to International Politics

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the analytic and normative study of international politics. Emphasizes the historical and current issues and forces that shape society and life. Studies various theoretical perspectives in the discipline and analyzes particular international events that have a significant impact on the world.
    (LA) (SS)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2510 Logic

    Credit Hours: 3
    Deals mainly with deductive logic, although all the fallacies of reasoning are examined in both an informal and a formal context. Brings out the role of logic in science and law, as well as ways of making formal proofs of validity.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1101  
  
  • HUM 2551 Survey of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys key philosophical problems that occupied philosophers in the ancient and medieval periods. Emphasizes the analysis of theories by ancient and medieval philosophers on issues such as skepticism, universals, the existence of God, and free will in their historical context.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2552 Survey of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys key philosophical problems that occupied philosophers in the modern period and today. Emphasizes the analysis of theories by modern and contemporary philosophers on issues such as the nature of knowledge, facts versus values, personal identity, and consciousness in their historical context.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  
  
  • HUM 2570 Bioethics

    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies ethical questions raised by 20th century technology as they affect medicine, ecology and social issues.
    (HU) (LA)
  
  
  
  
  • HUM 3201 Literary Theory

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys main trends in 20th century and contemporary literary theory. Familiarizes students with major critical approaches to the study of literature. Introduces a variety of critical methods from New Criticism to Cultural Criticism.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3274 Science, Technology and the American Narrative

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines the complex ways in which science and the humanities influence each other within the historical and literary narratives of America, from the 18th century to the present. Emphasizes the crosscurrents between the disciplines. Covers work by authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain and Ray Bradbury, as well as contemporary films.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3276 Science Fiction Literature and Film

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the history of science fiction literature and film from the 19th century to the present. Emphasizes the history of technology and industrial design. Topics range from robots and dystopias to time travel and social engineering.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  
  • HUM 3278 Crime in Fiction

    Credit Hours: 3
    Explores the cultural construction of criminality as seen through the lens of fiction. Combines theoretical readings with focused analysis of primary works. Topics range from serial killer and detective fiction to courtroom drama and noir.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3279 Monsters in Fiction

    Credit Hours: 3
    Explores social, political, artistic and psychological aspects of the image of the monstrous as seen through the lens of fiction. Combines theoretical readings with focused analyses of primary works. Topics range from traditional monsters such as vampires to less conventional types such as monstrous spaces.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  
  
  
  • HUM 3301 Historiography

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the variety of approaches within the study and writing of history. Familiarizes students with the major schools of historiography, including Marxism, Gender History, Postcolonial Studies and Public History. 
    (HU/SS)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3333 American Military History

    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies American military from the Revolutionary War to the 21st century. Emphasizes the national military establishment and its relationship to society. Surveys major conflicts, the evolution of war strategies and weapons, the nature of combat and its impact, and changing attitudes and perceptions toward the armed forces and military service.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3343 World War II in Film: Europe

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines World War II in Europe through film. Focuses on the impact of war. Looks at how Hollywood and European films deal with the recurring theme of warfare and its effect on human lives. Also discusses the role of political propaganda, governmental responses to the demands of war, and its economic effects. 
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3344 World War II in Film: The Pacific

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines World War II in the Pacific through film. Focuses on the impact of war. Looks at how Hollywood, European and Asian films deal with the recurring theme of warfare and its effect on human lives. Also discusses the role of political propaganda, governmental responses to the demands of war and its economic effects.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3351 History of Science and Technology: Ancient and Medieval

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the origins of science in antiquity and the Middle Ages. Includes development of mathematical, physical and biological thought in the ancient and medieval period, and the relationship between science, technology and religion.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3352 History of Science and Technology: Renaissance to Present

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the principal developments in science, mathematics and technology from the Renaissance to the present. Includes scientific revolution, development of modern biology and the relationship between technology and science.
    (CC) (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  
  • HUM 3401 Constitutional Law 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the evolution of U.S. constitutional law. Emphasizes the development of the U.S. Supreme Court. Uses important legal cases to determine how power is distributed between the national and state governments.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3402 Constitutional Law 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Continues HUM 3401 . Includes in-depth study of the distribution of power between individuals and government through review of important legal cases dealing primarily with civil liberties and civil rights.
    (HU/SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 3401  
  
  • HUM 3410 Geopolitics and World Geography

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the most significant geographical conditions of different regions of the world and analyzes how these conditions affect the struggle for survival, development and prosperity of humankind. Emphasizes the struggle for tangible and intangible resources among individuals, organizations, states and nations. 
    (SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3420 International Law and Politics

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines the interactions between international laws and politics and explores how international laws have shaped foreign and domestic policies. Emphasizes the analyses of the most commonly applied international laws and their enforcement. 
    (SS) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  
  • HUM 3521 World Religions

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces religion and examines the philosophy of religion. Religion is seen as humanity’s attempt to grapple with the question of the meaning of life, the forms that religious perspectives have taken and the universal aspects of human existence.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3531 Philosophy of Science

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines some of the central issues in contemporary philosophy of science. Investigates foundations of science and engineering. Includes pseudoscience, induction, confirmation, explanation, realism, and the relationship of science to society. Enriches the understanding of scientific work.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  
  
  • HUM 3900 Introduction to the Humanities

    Credit Hours: 1
    Introduces the many facets of humanities. Includes department faculty who introduce the humanities through the lenses of their individual disciplines (history, literature, philosophy, political science, art history, music). Emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach so department majors/minors can better understand the diversity of the humanities.
    (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3905 Junior Seminar in the Humanities

    Credit Hours: 3
    Focuses on one enduring question facing scholars in the humanities. Considers a different question and its related texts each semester. Equips students for the Senior Capstone Project by increasing awareness of the humanities through study and writing in the styles of the different disciplines.
    (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 2051  or HUM 2052  or HUM 2141  or HUM 2142  or HUM 2211  or HUM 2212  or HUM 2213  or HUM 2331  or HUM 2332  or HUM 2551  or HUM 2552  
  
  • HUM 3999 Capstone Research Methods

    Credit Hours: 3
    Acts as the first step in the two-course capstone sequence. Covers conducting research in the humanities, and applying knowledge and research skills acquired to writing required for capstone project. Requires working with a capstone faculty member to gather materials necessary for thesis and capstone proposal and project.
    (LA)
    Prerequisite: HUM 3905  
  
  • HUM 4085 Special Topics in Humanities

    Credit Hours: 3
    Offers focused study of a particular period, movement, or individual with an inter-disciplinary approach. Equips students for high-level critical analysis and intensive writing. Topics announced before registration.
    (HU) (LA)
    Minimum student level - senior
  
  • HUM 4100 Senior Capstone Project

    Credit Hours: 3
    A project consisting of original research that will result in a substantial written work about a significant issue in the humanities. Serves as the culmination of a humanities major’s undergraduate program.
    (HU) (LA) (Q)
    Requirement(s): Department head approval
    Prerequisite: HUM 3999  
  
  
  • HUM 5131 Global Space Policy and Law

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the relationships between government actors and national innovation systems. lncludes a background in global space policy necessary to develop and implement effective business strategies. Also includes an in-class simulation of a realistic global policy event involving the interplay of international governmental actors and others. 

Intelligence Studies

  
  • INT 3000 Survey of Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces and reviews the concept of intelligence and the current practices in intelligence operations. Covers intelligence operations, processes, policy development and planning at the local and/or national level.
    Minimum student level - junior or third year
  
  • INT 3012 Applied Research Methods in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines applied research methods and techniques used to develop a research report using APA format and software. Includes research design, data analysis and interpretation in the context of intelligence operations. Requires students to present their findings in an organized manner. 
    Prerequisite: EST 2703  or BUS 2703  
  
  • INT 3030 Foreign Intelligence

    Credit Hours: 3
    Provides an overview of foreign intelligence systems used to gather information for other countries. Compares methods used globally to understand intelligence at that level and its interaction with the domestic services.  
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  
  
  • INT 3511 Intelligence Collection and Presentation

    Credit Hours: 3
    Provides an overview of collection, processing, exploitation and presentation of intelligence information. Reviews the capabilities of each collection methodology to understand the purposes and limitations inherent in each. 
    Prerequisite: COM 1102  and INT 3000  
  
  • INT 3515 Special Topics in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 1
    Presents topics of special intelligence interest when student interest and staffing permit. Topics announced before registration. 
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  
    May be repeated for a maximum of three credits, providing the topics change.
  
  • INT 3910 Cultural Analysis

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces methodologies and technology in review and analysis of organizations in a global context. Includes current and future reviews of cultural dynamics experienced today and the impact on intelligence professions. 
    Prerequisite: INT 3012  
  
  • INT 3999 Directed Study in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies in depth topics or problems of current interest to practicing intelligence analysts or operators. Requires students to develop and present a formal report using intelligence analysis processes.
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  and INT 3012  
  
  • INT 4001 Directed Study in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 3
    Studies in more depth topics or problems of current interest to practicing intelligence analysts or operators. Requires students to develop and present a formal report using intelligence analysis processes and appropriate recommendations.
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  and INT 3012  
  
  • INT 4040 Human Intelligence

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines collection methods used to gather information from humans versus other collection means. Emphasizes case studies and critical thinking skills used to establish a foundation for understanding and exploiting resources. 
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  
  
  • INT 4310 Ethics in Intelligence

    Credit Hours: 3
    Examines the various dynamics of ethical behavior. Focuses on ethics intelligence policy, operations and research, and how it relates to the intelligence profession. Reviews the impact on individuals and society. 
    Prerequisite: HSC 4510  and INT 3910  
  
  • INT 4321 Counterintelligence

    Credit Hours: 3
    Provides an overview of counterintelligence techniques and operations. Gives students an appreciation of covert and overt actions related to ethical issues. Helps student comprehension of counterintelligence practices through case studies and exercises.
    Prerequisite: HSC 3000
  
  • INT 4515 Advanced Special Topics in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 1
    Offers advanced topics with particular interest in intelligence studies when students’ interest and staffing permit.
    Prerequisite: INT 3000  
    May be repeated for a maximum of six credits provide the topics change.
  
  • INT 4610 Problem-Solving in Intelligence Studies

    Credit Hours: 3
    Explores critical thinking and the use of structured processes in intelligence analysis and formulation. Addresses functions required to process information to support decision-making and evaluations. (Q)
    Prerequisite: HSC 4510  

Interdisciplinary Science

  
  • ISC 0002 Final Program Examination

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
  
  • ISC 0003 Final Program Examination 2

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
    Prerequisite: ISC 0002   Corequisite: ISC 0002  
  
  • ISC 0004 Final Program Examination 3

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
    Prerequisite: ISC 0003   Corequisite: ISC 0003  
  
  • ISC 1162 Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology

    Credit Hours: 3
    Surveys the structure and function of the human body. Emphasizes the human body as an integrated system. Includes basic principles and concepts related to the structure of biological molecules, cells, tissues and organs, and the systems of the human body. Also includes in-class practicum and online components as part of the course. Not recommended for students interested in health professions.
  
  • ISC 5200 Professional Interdisciplinary Science Master’s Seminar

    Credit Hours: 1
    Exposes students to a broad range of topics from STEM, business, government and nonprofit sectors. Discusses the challenges of these topics during weekly informational seminars. Includes possible report presentations of student internship and research projects from groups/teams.
    Requirement(s): Program chair approval
  
  • ISC 5899 Final Semester Thesis

    Credit Hours: 0 - 2
    Variable registration for thesis completion after satisfaction of minimum registration requirements.
    Requirement(s): Approval of Office of Graduate Programs and accepted petition to graduate
  
  • ISC 5999 Thesis

    Credit Hours: 3 - 6
    Research and preparation of a thesis under the direction of a member of the graduate faculty.
    Requirement(s): Thesis supervisor approval and a maximum of six credit hours may be applied toward the master’s degree requirements

Languages and Linguistics

  
  • LNG 1101 Elementary French 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in French and French culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
  
  • LNG 1102 Elementary French 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in French and French culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1101  
  
  • LNG 1201 Elementary German 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in German and German culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
  
  • LNG 1202 Elementary German 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in German and German culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1201  
  
  • LNG 1301 Elementary Spanish 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in Spanish and Spanish culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
  
  • LNG 1302 Elementary Spanish 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in Spanish and to Spanish culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Passing score on the placement exam or prerequisite course. Native speakers may not take this course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1301  
  
  • LNG 1401 Elementary Japanese 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the two basic language skills of listening and speaking in Japaneses, and Japanese culture. Native speakers may not take this course.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
  
  • LNG 1402 Elementary Japanese 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Continues the introduction to the two basic language skills of listening and speaking in Japaneses, and to Japanese culture. Native speakers may not take this course.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: LNG 1401  
  
  • LNG 1601 Elementary Italian 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in Italian and Italian culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
  
  • LNG 1602 Elementary Italian 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) in Italian and Italian culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Native speakers may not take this course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1601  
  
  • LNG 1701 Elementary Chinese Language and Culture 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces Chinese language (Mandarin/Putonghua) and culture. Includes basic pronunciation (syllable and tones) and the writing system (radicals and strokes). Develops listening, speaking, reading and writing skills for the beginner. Covers approximately 300 Chinese characters. Also introduces the social and cultural background of the language.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
  
  • LNG 1702 Elementary Chinese Language and Culture 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Continues LNG 1701 . Provides deeper understanding of Chinese language and culture. Includes constructing terms and phrases from basic characters, expanding vocabulary, understanding grammar and increasing conversational ability, developing reading skills, and writing not only correct but also beautiful characters in the language.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: LNG 1701  
  
  • LNG 2101 Intermediate French 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Reviews French grammar, emphasizing conversation and reading assignments from literature and culture at the intermediate level.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Two years of high school French or prerequisite course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1102  
  
  • LNG 2102 Intermediate French 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Reviews French grammar, emphasizing conversation and reading assignments from literature and culture at the intermediate level.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: LNG 2101  
  
  • LNG 2301 Intermediate Spanish 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Reviews Spanish grammar, emphasizing conversation and reading assignments from literature and culture at the intermediate level.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Two years of high school Spanish or prerequisite course
    Prerequisite: LNG 1302  
  
  • LNG 2302 Intermediate Spanish 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Continues a review of Spanish grammar, emphasizing conversation and reading assignments from literature and culture.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Two years of high school Spanish or prerequisite course. Native speakers may not take this course
    Prerequisite: LNG 2301  
  
  • LNG 3085 Special Topics in Foreign Language Literature

    Credit Hours: 3
    An advanced study of a particular author, a group of authors, a historical literary movement or a literary theme or genre in the original foreign language. Topics announced before registration.
    (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: LNG 2102  or LNG 2302  
  
  • LNG 3301 Advanced Spanish 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Includes selected readings from Spanish literature and other timely topics for continued development in reading, writing and speaking skills
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Requirement(s): Four years of high school Spanish or prerequisite course
    Prerequisite: LNG 2302  
  
  • LNG 3302 Advanced Spanish 2

    Credit Hours: 3
    Includes selected readings from Spanish literature and other timely topics for development in reading, writing and speaking skills.
    (CC) (HU) (LA)
    Prerequisite: LNG 3301  
  
  • LNG 3402 Sociolinguistics

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the sociology of language and the many ways people use language to communicate and intereact socially.
    (CC) (SS)

Marine Biology

  
  • MAR 0002 Final Program Examination

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
  
  • MAR 0003 Final Program Examination 2

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
    Prerequisite: MAR 0002   Corequisite: MAR 0002  
  
  • MAR 0004 Final Program Examination 3

    Credit Hours: 0
    Requires registration in order to sit for the final program examination.
    Prerequisite: MAR 0003   Corequisite: MAR 0003  
  
  • MAR 1010 Biological Discovery 1

    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduces the fundamental principles of biochemistry, genetics, and molecular and cell biology. Emphasizes the structure and function of macromolecules and how they are integrated into cells. Includes the structure and regulation of gene expression, and the synthesis and structure of proteins.
    (Hon)
    Recommended: High school biology and chemistry encouraged
 

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