Nov 13, 2019  
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Education

Prerequisite: EDU 1013 EDU 2001  for any education course number higher than 3000

  
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    EDU 2303 - Theoretical Underpinnings of ESOL

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides a brief overview of the field (history, Consent Decree, foundations, legal issues, and endorsement requirements). In-depth study of applied linguistics, including first- and second- language acquisition.

    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 2313 - Cultural Dimensions of ESOL

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed to introduce the pre-service teacher to a variety of culturally and linguistically diverse groups represented in the United States, and to develop a sensitivity to and an understanding of these groups. Emphasizing the major cultures found in Florida, this course provides insights for teachers to be used in meeting the special needs of Limited English Proficient students. Topics include living patterns, interrelatedness of language and culture, culture shock, cross-cultural awareness, dealing with parents of LEP students, and the themes, attitudes, and values of these cultural groups. Education majors only.

    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3063 - Classroom Management, School Law, & Ethics

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course is designed to assist students in developing practical skills and techniques for organizing the classroom and maintaining effective classroom management. Considerations will be given also to an understanding of the general principles of school law and ethical implications in education.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 3072 - Teaching Physical Education & Health in the Elementary School

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in the selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching health and physical education in the primary and elementary school. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3073 - Foundations of Language and Cognition

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    In-depth study and analysis of phonics, phonemic awareness, syllabication, structural analysis, grammar, and spelling.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 3083 - Foundations of Literacy Research-Based Practices

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Examines sequential developmental skills and concepts of reading and language arts. Provides practice in the selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching reading and language arts in the elementary school. Field experience is included. Education majors only. Field Experience

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 3073 , EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Corequisite: EDU 4073 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 3113 - Classroom Management for the Exceptional Student

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Deals with educational management of exceptional students in the classroom (K-12). Includes organization, behavior management, consultation skills, and a middle school field-based component. Field Experience.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3123 - Social & Personal Skills for the Exceptional Student

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Field-based course that focuses on social and personal skill needs for the secondary exceptional student. Topics include employability skills, career awareness, and transition planning for adult living. Field experience required.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3133 - Curriculum & Instructional Materials for the Exceptional Student

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Examination of specialized curriculum and instructional materials for teaching students with exceptionalities; includes curriculum standards and resources (K-12).

    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 3143 - Literature for the Adolescent

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the major genres, books and authors in adolescent literature. Secondary English Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 3153 - Introduction to Speech and Language Development and Disorders

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides students with competencies in the areas of speech and language development and disorders.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3163 - Teaching Physical Education in the Middle and High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in the selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching physical education in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience is included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3173 - Foundations of Assessment

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to educational assessment grades 1-6 for placement formative, and summative assessment, and guiding the instructional process: (1) performance, alternative, and authentic, (2) conducting and interpreting standardized tests, (3) formal and Florida State (FCAT) tests, (4) informal teacher-developed tests, including tests for the Florida Sunshine State Standards, (5) diverse populations: ESOL-LEP, ESE, gender and cultural issues, (6) electronic testing and record-keeping, (7) procedures for report cards, and (8) techniques for parent conferences.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 3213 - Social Foundations of Early Childhood Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Examination of the philosophical, sociological, and historical perspectives of early childhood education and the underlying contemporary policy issues and practices in the field.

    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3283 - Early Childhood Guidance

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Consideration of the major principles and theories of child guidance, as applied to pre-kindergarten through the primary years. Focuses on developmentally appropriate practices with special attention to serving children ages three through five. Emphasis placed on outside agencies available for children and families. Ten (10) hours of observation required.

    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 3293 - Early Childhood Education Programs

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Focuses on the integrated curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices with special attention to programs serving children ages three through five. Observations required.

    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 3313 - Christian Concepts and Philosophical Foundations of Christian Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course explores the contrast between Christian and secular approaches to education. It identifies various unique features of teaching in the Christian Day School setting. It will model teaching in a fashion that reflects the character of God, Biblical foundations, Christian purpose for education, and Christian concepts of the student, teacher, and learning process. This course is offered to provide necessary foundation for students who plan to teach in an accredited Christian school.

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4003 - Introduction to Mild/Moderate Disabilities

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Presents nature and needs of mildly/moderately handicapped students. Includes curriculum planning for mildly/moderately handicapped students (emotionally handicapped, educable mentally retarded and specific learning disabled).

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 


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    EDU 4042 - Student Teaching Seminar

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the needs, actions, and interactions of the people involved in the classroom experience of teaching and learning. Theory and practice will be studied and integrated through class discussions and field-experience observations. Addresses the Sunshine State Standards, the Accomplished Practices, and the Florida Education Standards Commission’s Code of Ethics and Principles of Professional Conduct and its ramifications. (Taken with Student Teaching only)

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening
    Corequisite: EDU 43010 , EDU 43110 , EDU 43210 , or EDU 43310  (last semester before graduation)
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4053 - Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in sequential developmental skills and concepts of math to include the real number system and problem solving. Both primary and elementary levels are covered. Field experience is included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Corequisite: EDU 4083 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4073 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in the selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching social studies in the primary and elementary school. A broad range of teaching strategies assist in understanding key historical eras and our cultural diversity. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Corequisite: EDU 3083 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4083 - Teaching Science in the Elementary School

    1-3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in the selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching science in the primary and elementary school. Field experience is included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening, EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Corequisite: EDU 4053 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDUV 4101 - Selected Topics in Education

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2000


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    EDUV 4102 - Selected Topics in Education

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2000


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    EDUV 4103 - Selected Topics in Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 


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    EDU 4133 - Evaluation & Assessment of the Exceptional Student

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Assessment of exceptional students is explored and related to instructional planning (Pre-K-12). Includes formal and informal evaluation techniques and the interpretation, application, and communication of results. Diagnosis, assessment and evaluation are studied, with special emphasis given to the pre-kindergarten/primary age student.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring
    Fee required. Materials Fee: $30.00


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    EDU 4143 - Teaching Biology/Science in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related the teaching biology and science in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 4163 - Teaching English in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching English in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 4173 - Teaching Social Studies in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching history/social studies in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 4183 - Teaching Mathematics in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching mathematics in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 , EDU 2133 
    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 4193 - Health Environment in the Elementary School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides the prospective teacher of children ages three through elementary school with a conceptual basis for human growth and development. Contemporary health, nutrition, and safety issues are explored. 10 observation hours.

    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 4203 - Teaching Drama in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching drama/speech in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience required. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 


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    EDU 4243 - Teaching Art in the Middle & High School

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching art in the middle, junior high, and senior high school. Field experience required. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall


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    EDU 4273 - ESOL in Secondary Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides an overview of the five areas identified by the state for ESOL endorsement: applied linguistics, assessment, culture, curriculum, and methods. Satisfies ESOL requirements for all secondary education majors except English. Includes components of the first two competencies of the Reading Endorsement. Secondary education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4283 - Exceptional Students in the Classroom

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Characteristics of and implications for education of individuals with exceptional needs; related current problems, trends, programs, legislation, and community resources. Emphasizes special needs of exceptional children and their families. Observations required.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 , EDU 2023 


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    EDU 4293 - Workshop in Primary Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Translating the theories and concepts of pre-kindergarten/primary education into the practice of early childhood education; emphasis on structured discussions with active speakers, films, and demonstrations. Field experience included.


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    EDU 4303 - ESOL Methods, Curriculum, & Assessment

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides in-depth instruction and practice in the selection and use of materials and methods related to teaching ESOL/LEP students. Emphasis will be placed on teaching the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, ESOL in the content areas, curriculum development, and major methodologies and current trends in ESOL teaching and assessment. Includes components of the first two competencies of the Reading Endorsement. Field experience required. For elementary education and secondary English education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening; EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 , EDU 2303 , EDU 2313 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4353 - Foundations of Language, Cognition, and Research-Based Practices

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Employs principles of scientifically-based reading research as the foundation of comprehensive instruction that synchronizes and scaffolds the five major components of the reading process: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Integrates major reading components for classroom instructional strategies. Field experience is included. Education majors only.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening, EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 , EDU 4163 , EDU 4173 , EDU 4183 EDU 4243  and EDU 4143 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 4363 - Foundations and Applications of Differentiated Literacy Instruction

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Student learns to sequence developmental skills and concepts of reading, recognize and diagnose reading problems, and prescribe and utilize appropriate methods and materials to increase reading performance.

    Prerequisite: EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 , EDU 3063 , EDU 3073 , EDU 3083 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    EDU 4393 - Practicum in Reading

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Field-based course that focuses on the principles and practices of effective reading instruction. Students will apply research-based instructional strategies and techniques for reading, will reflect on the outcomes of these strategies and techniques, and will develop a reading portfolio to document growth and development in the area of reading instruction. Designed to meet Florida Reading Endorsement Competency 6: Demonstration of Accomplishment.


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    EDU 4403 - Early Childhood Curriculum and Parent Involvement

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides practice in selection and use of methods and materials related to teaching early learning standards in Pre-K through primary classrooms. Also presented are issues and practices to promote family and community involvement. 16 hours of Field Experience are required.

    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 4413 - Assessment and Data-Based Decision Making

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduces student to educational assessment and data-based decision making for the classroom. Topics include formative and summative assessment that guides the instructional process: formal and informal assessment; including performance, alternative, authentic, and teacher-made tests. Familiarizes the student with: interpreting standardized tests, assessment for diverse populations (e.g., ESOL-LEP and ESE), electronic testing and record keeping, procedures for report cards, and techniques for parent conferences.


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    EDUV 4811 - Independent Project

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides the student with opportunities to investigate specific areas of interest in education. The student negotiates a learning contract with the faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required. EDU 1013 , EDU 2000


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    EDUV 4812 - Independent Project

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides the student with opportunities to investigate specific areas of interest in education. The student negotiates a learning contract with the faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required. EDU 1013 , EDU 2000


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    EDUV 4813 - Independent Project

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides the student with opportunities to investigate specific areas of interest in education. The student negotiates a learning contract with the faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required. EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 


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    EDU 4903 - Critical Issues in Exceptional Student Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides an in-depth examination of current trends and issues in exceptional student education. Topics include legal issues, historical contexts, second language learners, placement issues, discipline issues, early intervention, technology in ESE, and effective instructional practices. Field experience required.

    Prerequisite: Pass first screening, EDU 2023 , EDU 1013 , EDU 2001 
    Availability: Spring


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    EDU 43010 - Student Teaching - Primary, Elementary and/or ESE Classroom

    10 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides field experience and observation in the classroom for a period of 14 weeks.

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening; complete all required education course work except for those listed below as corequisites.
    Corequisite: EDU 4042  (last semester before graduation)
    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Materials Fee: $30.00


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    EDU 43110 - Student Teaching – Middle and/or High School Classroom

    10 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides field experience and observation in the classroom for a period of 14 weeks.

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening; complete all required education course work except for those listed below as corequisites.
    Corequisite: EDU 4042  (last semester before graduation)
    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Materials Fee: $30.00


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    EDU 43210 - Student Teaching - Music K-12 Classroom

    10 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides field experience and observation in the classroom for a period of 14 weeks.

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening; complete all required education course work except for those listed below as corequisites; all performance and proficiency requirements in the Department of Music.
    Corequisite: EDU 4042  (last semester before graduation)
    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Materials Fee $30.00


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    EDU 43310 - Student Teaching - Physical Education K-12 Classroom

    10 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides field experience and observation in the classroom for a period of 14 weeks.

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening; complete all required education course work except for those listed below as corequisites.
    Corequisite: EDU 4042  (last semester before graduation)
    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Materials Fee: $30.00


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    EDU 43410 - Residency II: Student Teaching in the Christian School

    10 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides field experience and observation in the Christian School Classroom for a period of 12 weeks. The Christian School Teacher will encourage students to develop their God-given talents and abilities. Student teachers are expected to present academic content and assessments through the lens of a Christian worldview.

    Prerequisite: Pass second screening; Complete all required education course work except for those listed below as corequisites
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    Availability: Fall/Spring


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English

  
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    ENG 4XX2 - Topics in Literature

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a special topic in literature. Content will vary. Texts studied are not limited to any one nation of origin or any one original language.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: On demand


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    ENG 4XX4 - Topics in Literature

    4 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a special topic in literature. Content will vary. Texts studied are not limited to any one nation of origin or any one original language.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: On demand


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    ENG 0093 - Pre-Composition

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Instruction in writing skills with emphasis on the grammar and mechanics of English. Carries non-degree credit. Grades given are A, B, C, or Y (conditional incomplete—to be satisfied by repeating the course).

    Availability: Fall and Spring.


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    ENG 1113 - English Composition I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to academic expository prose with emphasis placed upon the writing process: defining and developing topics, organizing information and writing drafts, and revising and editing to practice the fundamentals of expository structure and style. Practice in the application of rhetorical patterns as well as review of grammar. Also includes practice in the fundamental techniques of writing and revision. Grades given are A, B, C, or Y (conditional incomplete—to be satisfied by repeating the course).

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ENG 1123 - English Composition II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Intermediate expository and argumentative prose with emphasis placed on refining analytical reading skills, developing an informed approach to the research paper, and applying the rules and conventions of English prose. Note: Composition I and Composition II must be completed sequentially within the same academic year. In order to fulfill the requirement of the courses in the university core, students must earn at least a “C-“in each course.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in English Composition I 
    Availability: Spring/Fall


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    ENG 2023 - World Literature through Film

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An introduction to the literature of the world civilizations as interpreted in world cinema. The course will focus upon cinematic interpretations of literature, primarily in languages and cultures other than the dominant ones found in the United States. The class will consider films based upon a range of literary genres, such as novels, short stories, graphic novels, plays, and nonfiction. Classic themes of familial and marital relationships, community, education, death, and war are likely to be examined. Questions about translations (if the film is in one language and the literary text had been written in a different language) as well as necessary changes from text to film will occupy the class’ scholarly attention. Literature from Western and Eastern Europe will make up the majority of the films studied, but examples from non-Western cultures must be included. Likely non-Western literary adaptations may include films from Japan, China India, Africa and South America.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1113 
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    ENG 2133 - Foundations of American Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of the aims and methods of literary study through the study of important authors and movements in American literary history.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Spring


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    ENG 2173 - Foundations of British Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of the aims and methods of literary study through the study of important authors and movements in British literary history.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Fall


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    ENG 3143 - Creative Writing

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Writers’ workshop focusing on the composition and analysis of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and drama.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1113 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ENG 3193 - Advanced Composition

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Writers’ workshop focusing on the composition and analysis of expository and argumentative prose.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Spring


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    ENG 3203 - Modern English Grammar

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Systematic review of current English grammar, including its functional and structural aspects.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 3223 - Contemporary Dramatic Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Survey of contemporary American and European dramatic literature. Emphasis on current themes, playwrights and their dramatic method.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 3243 - Poetry

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of representative forms of poetry in English and American literature.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 3263 - Narrative Studies

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Examination of narrative form and function, with emphasis on the novel and short fiction. Study of representative texts and exploration of relevant history, theory, and criticism.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 3273 - Forms of the Drama

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of dramatic representation in literature, including its historical and cultural context.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    ENG 3303 - Readings in the Eighteenth Century

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the literature and key ideas of the “long eighteenth century” – from John Dryden to William Blake. Emphasis on the cultural, religious, and philosophical contexts that shape literary expressions of the period.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    ENG 3403 - Topics in Writing

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of special topics in writing, with an emphasis on both analysis and actual practice.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Spring


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    ENG 3413 - Literature of the American Renaissance

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of key literary movements during the mid-Nineteenth Century, with attention to literary institutions and cultural contexts.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    ENG 3423 - American Literary Realism & Naturalism

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of realism and naturalism as literary movements in America. Consideration of their epistemological claims and relationships to social history.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 3433 - Twentieth Century American Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of select literature from the modern period to the present day. Emphasis upon the relationship between aesthetic development and cultural issues.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 3443 - Literature of American Minorities

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of selected literature written by American Minorities, with emphasis on aesthetic and critical issues as well as the cultural work of these texts.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 3513 - Creative Writing for Publication

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An advanced workshop course in which students will obtain theoretical knowledge and practical techniques to help them publish their poetry, short fiction and essays. Students will study the various writing markets and submit work to literary journals and magazines for publication.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Fall


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    ENG 3713 - Medieval Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Critical study of the literature of the Anglo-Saxon and Middle English Periods. Emphasis on the historical context and major genres, including epic, romance, lyric, drama, and histories.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    ENG 3733 - Renaissance Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the poetry, drama, and selected prose of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 3743 - Romanticism

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the literature and leading ideas of the British Romantic Movement. Examination of other meanings of the term “Romanticism,” especially in the context of the political and intellectual development of Western society.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 3753 - Victorian Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the Victorian writers of England in poetry, prose, and fiction, with intensive critical work in each genre.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 3763 - Twentieth Century British Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of major writers and works in a variety of genres. Focus on works that mirror a wide range of twentieth century experience and thought.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 3773 - Women & Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of women writers and women-authored texts in a variety of genres and from diverse historical and cultural contexts. Emphasis on the literary representation of women and gender issues.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 3903 - Christian Writers

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of Christian writers. May include authors from a variety of historical periods, cultures, and denominational traditions.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Falls


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    ENG 4001 - Internship in English

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Academically planned and supervised work experience with an organization in the general field of writing and publication. This course, which includes a weekly seminar, is designed to provide students the opportunity to practice applied English language skills in a professional environment under the direction of a workplace manager and a supervising English professor. Students may take no more than two internships for credit for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

    Prerequisite: Senior standing for English majors and minors, and permission of the department.
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ENG 4002 - Internship in English

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Academically planned and supervised work experience with an organization in the general field of writing and publication. This course, which includes a weekly seminar, is designed to provide students the opportunity to practice applied English language skills in a professional environment under the direction of a workplace manager and a supervising English professor. Students may take no more than two internships for credit for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

    Prerequisite: Senior standing for English majors and minors, and permission of the department.
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ENG 4003 - Internship in English

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Academically planned and supervised work experience with an organization in the general field of writing and publication. This course, which includes a weekly seminar, is designed to provide students the opportunity to practice applied English language skills in a professional environment under the direction of a workplace manager and a supervising English professor. Students may take no more than two internships for credit for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

    Prerequisite: Senior standing for English majors and minors, and permission of the department.
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ENG 4112 - Topics in Major Literary Figures

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of one or two major literary figures, focusing on the critical, historical, and cultural issues surrounding the work of the writer(s) in question.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 4113 - Topics in Major Literary Figures

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of one or two major literary figures, focusing on the critical, historical, and cultural issues surrounding the work of the writer(s) in question.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1122
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 4114 - Topics in Major Literary Figures

    4 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of one or two major literary figures, focusing on the critical, historical, and cultural issues surrounding the work of the writer(s) in question.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENG 4152 - Topics in World Literature

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of works in translation from around the world, emphasis on non-American and non-British literature. Content will vary.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 4153 - Topics in World Literature

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of works in translation from around the world, emphasis on non-American and non-British literature. Content will vary.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 4154 - Topics in World Literature

    4 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of works in translation from around the world, emphasis on non-American and non-British literature. Content will vary.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    ENG 4513 - Shakespeare

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of Shakespeare, the theatre and the plays.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Fall


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    ENG 4533 - Literature & the Arts

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Investigation and discussion of interdisciplinary relations among the arts. Study of representative literary texts and works of art that attempt to adapt and incorporate materials, techniques, and formal features from other arts.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Spring


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    ENG 4543 - Modern Literary Theory

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of important questions about the agency and interpretation of literature, and the purposes and institutions of literary study.

    Prerequisite: C- or better in ENG 1123 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ENGV 4811 - Independent Project

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project in areas of literary study not covered in other course. Approval of the dean is required.


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    ENGV 4812 - Independent Project

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project in areas of literary study not covered in other course. Approval of the dean is required.


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    ENGV 4813 - Independent Project

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project in areas of literary study not covered in other course. Approval of the dean is required.


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    ENG 4973 - Senior Seminar in Methods of Literary Criticism

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Advanced literary study, with emphasis on methods of literary research and criticism. Exploration of the ethical implications of the discipline.

    Prerequisite: ENG 2133 , ENG 2173 ; Senior standing
    Availability: Spring


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Earth Science

  
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    ESC 1041 - Introductory Earth Science Laboratory

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Laboratory experience for students enrolled in Introductory Earth Science.

    Prerequisite: ESC 1043 
    Prerequisite or Corequisite: ESC 1043 
    Corequisite: ESC 1043 
    Availability: Fall, Summer (optional)


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    ESC 1043 - Introductory Earth Science

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An introductory earth science course designed for non-science majors. Students will become acquainted with basic concepts in the areas of Geology, Astronomy, Oceanography, and Meteorology. A companion laboratory (ESC 1041 ) is available for students who are required to take laboratory courses in order to meet graduation requirements.

    Availability: Fall, Summer (optional)


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    ESC 2123 - World Regional Geography

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Students will attain a better understanding of the earth and humanity through the study of the physical and biological environmental conditions that affect resource distribution, and the political, educational, economic, and social systems that shape people’s lives.

    Availability: Fall


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Forensic Science

  
 

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