History

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For more information about the History department, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the History Department Website.

History Faculty & Staff

History Major

The Department of History offers the following concentrations:

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English

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For more information about the English department, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the English Department Website.

English Faculty & Staff

English Major

The Department of English offers the following concentrations:

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Minor in Legal Studies

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MINORS FOR BUSINESS MAJORS

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Minor in Intl. Business

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MINORS FOR BUSINESS MAJORS

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Minor in Accounting

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MINORS FOR BUSINESS MAJORS

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Minor in Business

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Accounting

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Women's Studies (WMST)

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WMST A100 Women, Culture, & Society

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Visual Arts (VISA)

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VISA A104 Elements: Visual Traditions 3 crs.

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Theatre Arts (THEA)

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THEA M100 Freshman Roundtable 1 crs.

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Speech (SPCH)

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SPCH A100 Fundamentals of Speech 3 crs.

This course is a study of the factors governing good speech content and delivery; an introduction to speech behavior in human interaction. Open to all students.

SPCH A204 Argumentation & Debate 3crs.

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Spanish (SPAN)

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Major Courses

SPAN A100 First-year Spanish I 3 crs.

This course examines at the fundamental structure of the language emphasizing the development of the four basic skills: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.  The cultural elements of the Spanish-speaking world are also presented.

SPAN A101 First-year Spanish II 3 crs.

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Sociology (SOCI)

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SOCI A100 Introductory Sociology 3 crs.

This introductory course focuses on the key concepts, theories, and methods that sociologists use to understand the social world. Readings, lectures, videos, and presentations are used to examine the role that culture, socialization, social inequality, and social institutions (e.g., family, education, government, economy, religion) play in shaping human behaviors and human interactions.

SOCI A200 Cultural Anthropology 3 crs.

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Religious Studies (RELS)

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RELS A200 Early Christian Thought 3 crs.

RAC: Catholic Traditions; Premodern

This course is a study of the development of Christian thought through the Ante and Post Nicene periods to the end of the patristic period.

Prerequisite: RELS T122 or RELS T124 or RELS H295

RELS A201 Medieval Christian Thought 3 crs.

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Psychology (PSYC)

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PSYC A100 Introduction to Psychology 3 crs.

This course is a survey of the major fields of psychology. It is a prerequisite for all other psychology courses.

PSYC A215 Psychology and the Law 3 crs.

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Political Science (POLS)

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POLS A100 Introduction to American Government 3 crs.

Structure, development, powers, and limits of the federal government are discussed.

POLS A200 Comparative Government I 3 crs.

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Physics (PHYS)

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PHYS A101 Introduction to Mechanics 4 crs.

This is a calculus-based introductory course in Newtonian mechanics intended for physical science and math majors.

Corequisites: PHYS A103, MATH A257

PHYS A102 Introduction to Electromagnetism and Relativity 4 crs.

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Philosophy (PHIL)

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PHIL A201 Practical Logic 3 crs.

This course introduces students to the application of practical logical techniques in the analysis and formulation of rational arguments. Topics include how to find premises and conclusions in an argument, definitions, informal fallacies, syllogisms, Venn diagrams, induction, and Mill’s methods.

Prerequisite: PHIL T122

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Nursing (NURS)

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NURS 364 Health Assessment 3 crs.

This emphasis of this course is on providing the student with tools of assessment to appraise the health of individuals. Knowledge of biological sciences is used within the context of the nursing process to develop skill in systematic assessment of clients in all phases of the life cycle.

NURS 379 Nursing Leadership & Promotion of Quality Care 3 crs.

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