2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jul 03, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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EEC (Early Education and Care)

  
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    EEC 434 - Understanding and Adapting to Developmental Differences

    Credits: 3
    Students will become familiar with knowledge of disability conditions, assessment and identification, interventions in inclusive environments, and collaborations among family members and service providers. Notes: Sections of this course are provided online through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance.


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    EEC 435 - Practicum II - Curriculum Development and Implementation

    Credits: 3
    Practicum in Early Childhood Education is an opportunity for ECE teacher candidates to have a guided learning experience in a professional agency that provides services to children and families. It is expected that learning experiences and projects at the practicum site will provide teacher candidates with the opportunity to utilize and implement theories and practices learned in other ECE classes. Prerequisites: EEC 337 . Notes: Sections of this course are provided online through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance.


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    EEC 436 - Practicum III - Capstone Experience

    Credits: 6
    The teaching practicum is a 15 week experience designed to allow the student to demonstrate practical application of developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching techniques and skills, actual teaching experience and developmental feedback. Practicum students will be involved in observation and evaluation of classroom experiences, environmental design, classroom management, and parent communication. Prerequisites: EEC 435 . Corequisites: EEC 432 . Notes: Sections of this course are provided online through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance.


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EES (Ecology and Environmental Science)

  
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    EES 275 - Introduction to Environmental Science

    Credits: 3
    Presents an introduction and review of the factors influencing the quantity, quality and distribution of resources within the environment, uses of the environment and relation to human population size and demographics, effects of natural and human disturbances on the environment and economic and political considerations for environmental management. Prerequisites: CHEM 106  or CHEM 112 .


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    EES 425-425L/525-525L - Disturbance and Restoration Ecology and Lab

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to basic concepts of disturbance and restoration ecology. Demonstration and discussion of linkages between basic biology and management of natural resources. Corequisites: EES 425L-425/525L-525.


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    EES 430-430L/530-530L - Biological Invasions and Lab

    Credits: 3
    Ecological factors that contribute to species invasion in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems will be examined.  Impacts to invaded ecosystems, management implications, and mitigation strategies will be explored. Corequisites: EES 430L-430/530L-530.


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    EES 491 - Independent Study

    Credits: 1-3
    Students complete individualized plans of study which include significant one-on-one student-teacher involvement. The faculty member and students negotiate the details of the study plans. Enrollments are usually 10 or fewer students. Meetings depend upon the requirements of the topic.


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    EES 492 - Topics (COM)

    Credits: 1-3
    A course devoted to a particular issue in a specified field. Course content is not wholly included in the regular curriculum. Guest artists or experts may serve as instructors. Enrollments are usually limited with significant one-on-one student-teacher involvement.


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    EES 494 - Internship (COM)

    Credits: 1-12
    Applied, monitored, and supervised field-based learning experience for which the student may or may not be paid. Students gain practical experience; they follow a negotiated and/or directed plan of study. A higher level of supervision is provided by the instructor in these courses than is the case with field experience courses.


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    EES 496 - Field Experience (COM)

    Credits: 1-12
    Applied, monitored, and supervised field-based learning experience for which the student may or may not be paid. Students gain practical experience; they follow a negotiated and/or directed plan of study established by the student, instructor, and field-based supervisor. Due to the presence of a field experience supervisor, a lower level of supervision is provided by the instructor in these courses than is the case with an internship or practicum course.


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    EES 498 - Undergraduate Research/Scholarship

    Credits: 1-4
    Includes Senior Project, and Capstone Experience. Independent research problems/projects or scholarship activities. The plan of study is negotiated by the faculty member and the student. Contact between the two may be extensive and intensive. Does not include research courses which are theoretical.


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EFA (Events and Facilities Administration)

  
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    EFA 355 - Events and Facilities Administration

    Credits: 3
    Introductory overview of the management and operation of conventions, meetings, trade shows and exhibitions for both profit and non-profit organizations. Emphasizes program planning, budgeting, contracts, marketing, public relations, site and facility selection, exhibit planning and marketing, transportation, food and lodging arrangements, and career opportunities. Cross-Listed: HMGT 355.


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    EFA 415 - Recreation and Sport Facility Management

    Credits: 3
    Advanced study of recreation and sport operations and facility management including planning and design, fiscal and personnel management (including fundraising), legal considerations, safety and control, maintenance, and equipment, as these relate to indoor and outdoor recreation/sport facilities. Cross-Listed: RECR 415 .


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    EFA 455 - Advanced Events and Facilities Administration

    Credits: 3
    This course prepares learners to apply event management principles in initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing of meetings, conferences, and special events. Learners will practice integrating leadership, team collaboration, and marketing strategies to successfully design, stage, and execute an event. Prerequisites: EFA /HMGT 355  and junior class standing.


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    EFA 472 - Hospitality Facilities Management and Design

    Credits: 3
    Application of various systems, procedures and controls associated with the maintenance and engineering departments of lodging and foodservice operations. The course will include the decision- making process used in the planning and designing of hospitality facilities. Cross-Listed: HMGT 472 .


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    EFA 482 - Hospitality Marketing

    Credits: 3
    Applied marketing covering case studies in the hotel and restaurant industry. Emphasis on implementing marketing strategies including: demographics, image development, advertising, sales promotion, public relations, administering and controlling a marketing plan. Prerequisites: Senior standing. Cross-Listed: HMGT 482 .


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    EFA 491 - Independent Study (COM)

    Credits: 1-3
    Students complete individualized plans of study which include significant one-on-one student-teacher involvement. The faculty member and students negotiate the details of the study plans. Enrollments are usually 10 or fewer students. Meetings depend upon the requirements of the topic.


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    EFA 494 - Internship (COM)

    Credits: 1-3
    Applied, monitored, and supervised field-based learning experience for which the student may or may not be paid. Students gain practical experience; they follow a negotiated and/or directed plan of study. A higher level of supervision is provided by the instructor in these courses than is the case with field experience courses. Prerequisites: EFA 455 .


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EHS (Education and Human Sciences)

  
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    EHS 119 - EHS Seminar

    Credits: 2
    The course will introduce students to academic success strategies including the development of critical thinking and study skills, identification of campus resources, guidance in academic planning and engagement, time management and goal setting. Students will also investigate wellness topics, contemporary issues, diversity, and the land-grant mission of SDSU. In addition, this course is designed to expose students to the discipline-specific careers and their role in society.


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    EHS 309 - Interdisciplinary Group Processes

    Credits: 2
    This course is designed to help students to expand critical thinking skills and intellectual risk-taking strategies, learn to manage feedback and critique processes, and apply innovative solutions through problem-based learning in an interdisciplinary setting. Students will continue to investigate, reflect on, and integrate their awareness of contemporary issues, diversity, and wellness topics introduced in EHS 109. Prerequisites: Junior standing.


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    EHS 319 - Life, Love, and Money

    Credits: 2
    This course examines facets of life, love and money in relation to the transition from college to work. Areas such as conflict management, workplace etiquette, group processing, relationship development, and money management will be covered. The course is interdisciplinary in nature and relevant to all fields of study.


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ELED (Elementary Education)

  
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    ELED 488 - K-8 Student Teaching (COM)

    Credits: 2-16
    Students preparing for teaching in the elementary school will observe, participate, and teach under the supervision of the regular classroom teacher in an approved elementary school. An additional “Mandatory Fee” applies to this course.


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EM (Engineering Mechanics)

  
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    EM 214 - Statics (COM)

    Credits: 3
    The study of the effects of external forces acting on stationary rigid bodies in equilibrium. Vector algebra is used to study two and three dimensional systems of forces. Trusses, frames and machines, shear and moment in beams, friction, centroids, moments of inertia, and mass moments of inertia are discussed. Prerequisites: MATH 123 .


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    EM 215 - Dynamics (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Newton’s laws of motion are applied to particles and rigid bodies. Absolute and relative motion; force, mass and acceleration; work and energy; and impulse and momentum. Prerequisites: EM 214 .


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    EM 321 - Mechanics of Materials (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Basic concepts of stress and strain that result from axial, transverse, and torsional loads on bodies loaded within the elastic range. Shear and moment equations and diagrams, combined stresses, Mohr’s circle; beam deflections; and column action and equations. Prerequisites: EM 214 .


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    EM 331 - Fluid Mechanics (COM)

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the static and dynamic properties of real and ideal fluids, application of continuity, energy, and momentum principles to laminar, turbulent, compressible, and incompressible flows; and laminar and turbulent flow of fluids in closed conduits and around immersed bodies. Prerequisites: EM 215 .


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    EM 422-522 - Theory of Elasticity

    Credits: 3
    Analysis of stress and strain; equilibrium and compatibility equations; Hooke’s law; fundamental problems in the theory of elasticity; plane-stress and plane-strain problems of the narrow beam, rotating discs and a plate with a circular hole. Prerequisites: EM 321  and MATH 331 .


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    EM 423-523 - Theory of Plasticity

    Credits: 3
    Analysis of stress and strain; plastic behavior of materials; basic laws of plastic flow; applications to bending of beams, torsion of bars and thick-walled cylinders; slip line theory and its application to extrusion problems; limit analysis theorems and their applications to structural problems. Prerequisites: EM 422-522  or consent.


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ENGL (English)

  
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    ENGL 003 - English as a Second Language: Grammar Review and Intermediate Composition (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Conversation, listening, and reading comprehension, vocabulary and idioms, grammar review and intermediate composition.


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    ENGL 013 - English as a Second Language: More Complex Structural Patterns and Advanced Composition (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Conversation, listening, and reading comprehension, vocabulary and idioms, more complex structural patterns, and advanced composition. Prerequisites: ENGL 003  or placement.


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    ENGL 032 - Basic Writing II (COM)

    Credits: 2
    Intensive work in grammar and usage, punctuation, and paragraph development. Does not count toward graduation.


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    ENGL 033 - Basic Writing III (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Intensive work in grammar and usage, punctuation, and paragraph development. Does not count toward graduation.


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    ENGL 039 - English As a Second Language (COM)

    Credits: 1-3
    Concentrated study in aspects of the English language and the culture of its speakers. Designed for students who do not speak English as their native language.


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    ENGL 101 - Composition I (COM) [SGR #1]

    Credits: 3
    Practice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included. Prerequisites: ENGL 031, ENGL 032 , ENGL 033 , ENGL 039 , or appropriate placement based on standardized testing. Notes: Course meets SGR #1 .


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    ENGL 125 - Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to historical and contemporary debates within the discipline of Peace and Conflict Studies, during which each student is guided to identify her or his own interests within those debates, and then encouraged to evaluate and apply those interests within a coordinated service learning experience. Cross-Listed: GLST 125 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 151 - Introduction to English Studies

    Credits: 3
    This course, required of all first year English majors, will provide students with the background and professional skills to read critically and write analytically about literary texts. In addition, the course provides training in research methods for the discipline, including use of print and electronic sources and MLA documentation style. Students will generate bibliographies, source studies, and both documented and undocumented critical essays. Essays will be based on readings from poetry, fiction, and drama and may include other genres such as non-fiction and film.


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    ENGL 201 - Composition II (COM) [SGR #1]

    Credits: 3
    Study of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #1 .


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    ENGL 210 - Introduction to Literature (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Readings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 211 - World Literature I (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Selected works of world literature in translation from ancient times through the Renaissance. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 212 - World Literature II (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Selected works of world literature in translation since the Renaissance. ENGL 211 and 212 need not be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 221 - British Literature I (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    A chronological survey of British literature from Old English through the 18th century. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 222 - British Literature II (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    A chronological survey of British literature from the 19th century to the present. ENGL 221 and ENGL 222 need not be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 240 - Juvenile Literature [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    A survey of the history of literature written for children and adolescents, and a consideration of the various types of juvenile literature. Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 241 - American Literature I (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Background to and survey of major works from the beginnings to the Civil War. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 242 - American Literature II (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Background to and survey of major works from the Civil War to the present. ENGL 241 and 242 need not be taken in sequence. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 248 - Women in Literature (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Study of literature by and about women from early times to the present. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Cross-Listed: WMST 248 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 249 - Literature of Diverse Cultures [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Study of the literature of the world’s peoples to appreciate ethnicity and cultural diversity. Course materials may range from early times to the present and may also include literature from Asia, Africa, South America, and Australia, as well as works from Native American, African American, Hispanic, Chicano, Jewish, Scandinavian, etc., sources. Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 250 - Science Fiction (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    A survey of short stories and novels from the 19th century to the present. Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 256 - Literature of the American West (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    A study of the literature produced in our region, centered on the Great Plains, including that of Native Americans, both oral and written; of pioneers, immigrants; and farmers; Western literature, and current writers. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Cross-Listed: AIS 256 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 268 - Literature (COM) [SGR #4]

    Credits: 3
    Introductory literature course focusing on one genre such as fiction, poetry, drama, etc. The genre will be identified each semester as, for example, “Literature: Fiction,” or “Literature: Poetry,” etc. May be repeated with different genre and content. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #4 .


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    ENGL 283 - Introduction to Creative Writing (COM) [SGR #1]

    Credits: 3
    This course introduces students to the craft of writing, with readings and practice in at least two genres (including fiction, poetry, and drama). Prerequisites: ENGL 101 . Notes: Course meets SGR #1 .


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    ENGL 284 - Introduction to Criticism (COM) [SGR #1]

    Credits: 3
    A writing intensive course in analyzing and interpreting literature for English majors and minors. Includes instruction in critical approaches to literature and research tools. Notes: Course meets SGR #1 .


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    ENGL 343 - Selected Authors (COM)

    Credits: 1-3
    A study of the work of one or several major literary figures. Authors may vary each time the course is offered. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 .


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    ENGL 363 - Literary Genres (COM)

    Credits: 3
    A concentrated study of a particular literary genre. May include historical development of a particular literary genre (poetry, drama, the novel), or a more concentrated study of genre in the twentieth century (modern drama, modern poetry, film as literature). May be repeated for different topics. Prerequisites: ENGL 101  


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    ENGL 379 - Technical Communication (COM)

    Credits: 3
    This writing intensive course provides instruction and practice in communicating effectively in technical and professional situations. Students can expect to write and deliver both informal and formal reports, proposals, and other professional documents, using standard and electronic formats and effective, concise, and ethical written and spoken English. Students will develop skills in document design and information literacy while analyzing workplace audiences (including global audiences) and writing collaboratively. Prerequisites: ENGL 201  or ENGL 283 .


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    ENGL 380 - Futuristic Communications

    Credits: 3
    Drawing upon the tenets of Futurism, the historical artistic movement begun by Italian poet Filippo’s Futurist Manifesto, this intensive writing course will expose students to a wide-ranging set of cultural disruption issues caused by machines, technological innovations, and other rapid changes in modern life. Students will consider both the positive and negative implications caused by these cultural revolutions in a wide variety of literary, artistic, and cinematic texts. They will also think critically about their own role as global citizens. Prerequisites: ENGL 101  and ENGL 201  or ENGL 283 . Cross-Listed: GLST 380 .


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    ENGL 424 - 7-12 Language Arts Methods

    Credits: 3
    Techniques, materials, and resources for teaching English language and literature to middle and secondary school students. Required of students in the English Education Option. Prerequisites: Acceptance into PSII; junior class standing. ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites. Cross-Listed: SEED 424 .


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    ENGL 445 - American Indian Literature (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Traditional oral literature and autobiographies of American Indians. Prerequisites: ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites. Cross-Listed: AIS 445 .


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    ENGL 447 - American Indian Literature of the Present

    Credits: 3
    Twentieth-century autobiography, fiction, and poetry by Native American authors. Prerequisites: ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites. Cross-Listed: AIS 447 .


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    ENGL 470 - Capstone in Peace and Conflict Studies

    Credits: 3
    Student-driven course in which the instructor guides each student through the completion of an experience-based research project of her or his design. The topic of this project will both derive from and expand upon the interests that the student has identified during the Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies course. Prerequisites: ENGL 125 ; ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites.


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    ENGL 479 - Capstone Course and Writing in the Discipline

    Credits: 3
    In depth study of selected major author (s), works(s), or other aspects of literary history; incorporates a review of current methods of literary criticism and an intensive focus on research and writing within the discipline. To be taken in the student’s final on-campus Spring semester. Prerequisites: ENGL 151  ; Senior standing required; ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites.


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    ENGL 481-581 - Travel Studies

    Credits: 1-5
    This travel study course is designed to provide extra-mural educational experiences, as approved by and under the direction of a faculty member, and may be in cooperation with faculty and administrators of other institutions. Students will participate in hands-on activities and design educational activities for presentation at selected locations. Includes pre-travel orientation, post-travel self-evaluation, and a written report. Prerequisites: ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites.


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    ENGL 483-583 - Advanced Creative Writing (COM)

    Credits: 3
    Advanced study of the writing process with the emphasis on refining technique and style in a genre of the student’s choice, fiction, creative nonfiction, and drama. Prerequisites: ENGL 383 . ENGL 201  or ENGL 283  are recommended prerequisites.


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    ENGL 491 - Independent Study (COM)

    Credits: 1-5
    Includes directed study, problems, readings, directed readings, special problems and special projects. Students complete individualized plans of study which include significant one-on-one student-teacher involvement. The faculty member and students negotiate the details of the study plans. Enrollments are usually 10 or fewer students. Meetings depending upon the requirements of the topic.


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    ENGL 492 - Topics (COM)

    Credits: 1-5
    Includes current topics, advanced topics and special topics. A course devoted to a particular issue in a specified field. Course content is not wholly included in the regular curriculum. Guest artists or experts may serve as instructors. Enrollments are usually of 10 or fewer students with significant one-on-one student/teacher involvement.


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    ENGL 494 - Internship (COM)

    Credits: 1-12
    Applied, monitored and supervised, field-based learning experience for which the student may or may not be paid. Students gain practical experience; they follow a negotiated and or directed plan of study. A higher level of supervision is provided by the instructor for these courses than is the case with field experience.


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ENTR (Entrepreneurship)

  
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    ENTR 236 - Innovation and Creativity

    Credits: 3
    Students will learn about the variables that stimulate and inhibit creativity and innovation in individuals, teams, and organizations. Strong emphasis is placed on thinking outside the structured environment while dealing with real applications. Students will learn the process of generating ideas that lead to innovative outcomes.


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    ENTR 237 - Entrepreneurship Development

    Credits: 3
    Students will learn and understand the concepts of what it takes to be an entrepreneur by understanding entrepreneurial characteristics, forms of business, and business finances. Students will learn the value of doing a feasibility analysis, developing goals and objectives, and a vision and mission for a business. Students will also develop a strategic business plan and implement the business plan by starting a team business. Prerequisites: ENTR 236 .


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    ENTR 320 - Principles and Practices of Social Entrepreneurship

    Credits: 3
    Students will understand principles and practices of social entrepreneurship and be introduced to perspectives and endeavors of thought leaders and entrepreneurs who address social needs through various organizations. Students will identify issues and assess needs for social improvement in a local, national, and global perspective by defining the social good and assessing the role of market forces, philanthropy, and government to create sustained positive social value.


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    ENTR 338 - New Venture Creation

    Credits: 3
    Students will build on entrepreneurial concepts by discovering methods to structure and harvest a business, evaluate growth opportunities and challenges, understand advanced market research, business planning, learn financial concepts, ratio trend analysis, and business ethics. Students will apply the knowledge by writing individual business and marketing plans. Prerequisites: ENTR 237 .


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    ENTR 410 - Financing Innovative Ideas

    Credits: 3
    Students will learn various financing options and techniques to acquire funds to start and grow their ventures through traditional financing, angel investors, venture capital, and government programs. Students will produce a financial plan geared at obtaining funding for their concept and learn the tools necessary for the strategic analysis and understanding of financial information. Prerequisites: FIN 310  and ENTR 338 .


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