Jun 29, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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TPP - Theatre Performance and Performance Training

  
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    TPP 3580 - Special Skills In Movement


    Credit(s): 3
    Stage combat, circus and acrobatic techniques, and other special techniques of movement.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 2110 
    Restriction(s):
    • Majors Only

  
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    TPP 3790 - Voice for Actors


    Credit(s): 3
    A concentrated laboratory on freeing the breathing function, developing body and oral resonance, and strengthening muscles used on the formation of speech sounds.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 2110 
    Restriction(s):
    • Permit Required

  
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    TPP 4140 - Styles of Acting


    Credit(s): 3
    Examination of the actor’s craft and skills needed to fulfill the demands of classical theatre forms.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 4180 
    Other Information: audition
  
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    TPP 4180 - Acting III


    Credit(s): 3
    An acting workshop focusing on application of character development and rehearsal techniques over a sustained period leading toward a project showing at semester’s end.

    Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 3155 
    Other Information: Audition
  
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    TPP 4193 - Studio Theatre Performance II


    Credit(s): 1
    A practical laboratory involving the rehearsal and performance of a major production. Activities may include acting, directing, stage management, and the activities of the performance production crews. Placement by audition. If cast in production student must accept role. Required of all Theatre majors. May be repeated. Open to non-majors with CI.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 2190 .
  
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    TPP 4221 - Audition Workshop for Actors


    Credit(s): 3
    Preparation for professional audition; discussion of professional objectives.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 3155  or TPP 3921.
  
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    TPP 4310 - Directing I


    Credit(s): 3
    An elective sequence in directing. A workshop course in which the student first encounters the basic tasks of the director by preparing and directing one or two scenes and then progresses to more complex scene work in a variety of styles and finally proceeds to the short play or theatre pieces.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 3155  or TPP 3230 .
  
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    TPP 4311 - Directing II


    Credit(s): 3
    An elective sequence in directing. A workshop course in which the student first encounters the basic tasks of the director by preparing and directing one or two scenes and then progresses to more complex scene work in a variety of styles and finally proceeds to the short play or theatre pieces.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 4310 
  
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    TPP 4600 - Writing For The Theatre


    Credit(s): 3
    An elective sequence in writing, in which the student first encounters the problems unique to dramatic language and situation, then progresses to complexities of character, plot, and stage dynamics. Normally the aim would be to complete several performance-worthy self-contained scenes.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 3110 or THE 3111 .
  
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    TPP 4920 - Senior Workshop For Actors


    Credit(s): 3
    A workshop in advanced vocal and movement techniques.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 2500 , TPP 3790 , TPP 3155 , or TPP 3921.
  
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    TPP 4923 - Music Theatre Workshop


    Credit(s): 3
    Exploration of Musical Theatre materials and performance techniques for the performer. Individual and ensemble work.

    Prerequisite(s): TPP 2110 
    Other Information: audition

TSL - Teaching English as a Second Language

  
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    TSL 4080 - ESOL 1 - Curriculum and Pedagogy of ESOL


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is designed to prepare pre-professional (pre-service) teachers to provide linguistically and culturally appropriate instruction, learning opportunities and assessment for English Language Learners (ELLs) in grades K-12.

    Course Attribute(s): TGEE - Ethical Reasoning and Civic Engagement, GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

  
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    TSL 4081 - ESOL 2 - Literacy Development in English Language Learners


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is designed to provide students with a critical understanding of instructional delivery which caters to the linguistic and literacy needs of minority/heritage communities. Providing students with a sociocultural-critical theoretical framework.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 4080  or FLE 4317 .
  
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    TSL 4240 - Applied Linguistics in Teaching Diverse Students


    Credit(s): 3
    Instructional applications of teacher’s knowledge about language (phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, discourse) and language acquisition in linguistically diverse classrooms.

  
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    TSL 4251 - ESOL 3 - Applying Linguistics to ESOL Teaching and Testing


    Credit(s): 3
    This course provides an overview of the components of language, linking them to methods and techniques of providing comprehensible instruction to English Language Learners (ELLs) and supports the development of professional literacy skills.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 4080  and TSL 4081 .
  
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    TSL 4324 - ESOL Competencies and Strategies


    Credit(s): 1-3
    Designed to enable participants to meet the special limitations and cultural educational needs of LEP students in content area classes. Designed to provide a theoretical and practical foundation for ESOL competencies and strategies.

  
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    TSL 4344 - Foundations of Teaching ESOL in Mainstream Classes


    Credit(s): 3
    Candidates apply knowledge of theories, policies, and methods of ESOL teaching to content area instruction in English immersion programs. Candidates complete 15 hours of field experience tutoring English learners.

    CoPrerequisite(s): TSL 4240  

  
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    TSL 4349 - Teaching Multilingual Students


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is the final TSL course in the ESOL Endorsement program in Elementary Education. Candidates will plan differentiated instruction for English learners at all levels of bilingual language proficiencies.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 4240  
    CoPrerequisite(s): TSL 4344

  
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    TSL 4362 - Methodology of Teaching English Overseas


    Credit(s): 3
    Designed to introduce and prepare the enrollee in the various facets of teaching English as a foreign language in the overseas setting, including a focus on English as an international language.

    Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

    Restriction(s):
    • Senior Standing
    • Junior Standing

  
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    TSL 4941 - ESOL Practicum


    Credit(s): 1
    Students will apply knowledge and skills in the areas of ESOL methods, culture, curriculum, assessment, applied linguistics and second language acquisition to teaching English language learners. Restricted to education majors. Not repeatable.

    Prerequisite(s): FLE 4317  and FLE 4316 .
    Restriction(s):
    • Majors Only

    Other Information: BXE Majors only.
  
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    TSL 4942 - TESOL Practicum


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is designed to provide candidates with guided practice in planning and delivering instruction in a linguistically diverse classroom.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 4240  
    CoPrerequisite(s): TSL 4344

    Restriction(s):
    • Permit Required

  
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    TSL 5085 - ESOL I - Theory and Practice of Teaching English Language Learners


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is for undergraduate degree holding, preprofessional (preservice) teachers to learn about appropriate instruction, assessment and learning opportunities for Limited English Proficient (LEP) students in the content areas.

  
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    TSL 5086 - ESOL II-Secondary Language & Literacy Acquisition in Children & Adolescents


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is designed to provide students with a critical understanding of instructional delivery which caters for the linguistic and literacy needs of minority / heritage communities.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 5085.
  
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    TSL 5241 - Applied Linguistics in Teaching Diverse Students


    Credit(s): 3
    Instructional applications of teachers’ knowledge about language (phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, discourse) and language acquisition in linguistically diverse classrooms.

  
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    TSL 5242 - ESOL III-Language Principles, Acquisition & Assessment for English Language Learners


    Credit(s): 3
    This course provides an overview of the components of language, linking them to methods and techniques of providing comprehensible instruction to LEP students.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 5086.
  
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    TSL 5325 - ESOL Strategies for Content Area Teachers


    Credit(s): 3
    Course designed for public school teachers working with limited English Proficient (foreign) students in the classroom. The new ESOL requirements specify that this course be offered to content area teachers and to ESOL teachers.

  
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    TSL 5326 - L2 Reading for ESOL Students across Content Areas


    Credit(s): 3
    This ESOL course will provide students with understanding of the linguistic and literacy needs of minority/heritage students, and will negotiate issues of second language learning, language varieties, as well as critical literacy and reading.

  
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    TSL 5371 - Methods of Teaching English As A Second Language


    Credit(s): 3
    Analysis of the methods of teaching English pronunciation and structure to speakers of other languages.

  
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    TSL 5372 - ESOL Curriculum and Instruction


    Credit(s): 3
    Analysis of the methods of teaching English pronunciation and structure to speakers of other languages.

  
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    TSL 5440 - Language Testing


    Credit(s): 3
    Lecture course on testing English as a second/foreign language.

    Prerequisite(s): TSL 5371.
  
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    TSL 5525 - Cross-Cultural Issues in ESL


    Credit(s): 3
    Lecture course on cultural issues in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign language.

    Prerequisite(s): LIN 5700.
  
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    TSL 5940 - ESOL Practicum


    Credit(s): 1-3
    This course is restricted to Education majors and will not be repeatable for credit. A structured field experience with Limited English Proficient students.

    Prerequisite(s): FLE 5345  and FLE 5145.

TTE - Transportation Engineering

  
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    TTE 4003 - Transportation and Society


    Credit(s): 3
    This course provides a multidisciplinary introduction to transportation and its impacts on society. It explores how transportation interacts with the economy, the environment and the social and political nature of society

  
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    TTE 4004 - Transportation Engineering I


    Credit(s): 3
    Principles of surface transportation system development, design, and operations; administration, modal characteristics, capacities, and functional classifications; vehicle kinematics, human factors and minimum design standards; traffic flow theory and queuing, capacity and signalization; transportation planning and economics.

    Prerequisite(s): EGN 3321 .
  
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    TTE 4005 - Transportation Engineering II


    Credit(s): 3
    Techniques for the geometric route design of surface transportation systems; horizontal and vertical alignments. Spiral curves, superelevations and earthwork analysis; drainage, soils, and a rigid and flexible pavement design; right-of-way acquisition and Environmental Impacts; site layout & design, and operation of alternate models including bus, air, rail, water, and pipeline facilities and terminals.

    Prerequisite(s): TTE 4004 .
  
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    TTE 5205 - Traffic Systems Engineering


    Credit(s): 3
    Traffics models, intersection analysis, capacity analysis, data methods collection, parking studies, volume and speed studies, freeway management, and advanced technologies.

    Prerequisite(s): TTE 4004  or equivalent.
  
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    TTE 5305 - Infrastructure System Management


    Credit(s): 3
    This course introduces analytical methods for the management of infrastructure systems over their life, focusing on pavement. Topics covered include data measurement and sampling, performance modeling, and maintenance strategies.

    Prerequisite(s): EGN 3443 
  
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    TTE 5501 - Transportation Planning and Economics


    Credit(s): 3
    Fundamentals of urban transportation planning: trip generation, trip distribution, modal split, traffic assignment. Introduction to environmental impact analysis, evaluation an choice of transportation alternatives.

    Prerequisite(s): College Algebra
  
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    TTE 5620 - Air Transportation


    Credit(s): 3
    This is a course for graduate students in the College of Engineering who are interested in air transportation. It covers topics such as, airport management, air traffic flow management, air transport economics, and etc. No registration restrictions.


URP - Urban and Regional Planning

  
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    URP 4050 - City Planning and Community Development


    Credit(s): 3
    An introduction to the development, role, and components of city planning, and the political and actual policies of government in attempting to regulate or control urbanization.

  
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    URP 4052 - Urban and Regional Planning


    Credit(s): 3
    Examination of current urban planning and policy issues and debates, such as metropolitan organization and governance, economic development and growth management, edge cities, planning for environmental sustainability.


URS - Urban and Regional Studies

  
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    URS 3002 - Introduction to Urban Studies


    Credit(s): 3
    An interdisciplinary introduction to the process of urbanization and the diverse communities it has created. Urban areas in the United States, as well as global cities, will be examined.

  
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    URS 4930 - Special Topics in Urban Studies


    Credit(s): 3
    Selected issues and topics in Urban Studies with course content based on student demand and instructor’s interest. May be repeated as topics vary.


VIC - Visual Communication

  
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    VIC 3001 - Visual Literacy


    Credit(s): 3
    In this course, learners will journey from looking to seeing in order to identify, critique and discern meaning in visual communication within a cultural, ethical, aesthetic, intellectual and technological context.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, TGEI - Information and Data Literacy

  
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    VIC 3400C - Visual Design for Globalized Media


    Credit(s): 3
    The course explores the relationship between images and messages in global media and the primary role that visual design plays in globalized media presentations.

  
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    VIC 3943 - Visual Communication Internship


    Credit(s): 1-3
    Practical experience outside the classroom where the student works for academic credit under the supervision of a professional practitioner. Periodic written and oral reports to the faculty member coordinating the study.

    Restriction(s):
    • Permit Required
    • Senior Standing
    • Majors Only
    • S/U Grade System

    Other Information: For visual communications option majors.
  
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    VIC 4311 - InfoGraphics Design


    Credit(s): 3
    This course is designed to use principles to construct and create visual representation of news information. Advanced techniques with Adobe illustrator and Photoshop to design signage, logos, charts and tables, new graphics and other creative projects will be used.

    Restriction(s):
    • Permit Required
    • Majors Only


WOH - World History

  
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    WOH 2022 - Global History since 1750


    Credit(s): 3
    This course offers an introduction to the major themes and events in modern global history from 1750 to the present.

    Course Attribute(s): HHCP - Human Historical Context & Process, CAGC - Human & Cultural Diversity in a Global Context

  
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    WOH 2030 - World History since 1815


    Credit(s): 3
    This course will examine the major events and developments of world history since 1815, with particular attention to the political, cultural economic and technological dynamics that have shaped global history and the interaction among peoples since 1815.

    Course Attribute(s): SPHU - Humanities

    Restriction(s):
    • S/U Grade System

  
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    WOH 3209 - Terrorism in World History


    Credit(s): 3
    This course examines the history of terrorism from the first century A.D. to the present and explores the historical context and consequences of terrorist movements in their historical milieu.

  
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    WOH 3245 - History of Sports from National to Global Contexts


    Credit(s): 3
    This class will analyze the development of modern sports (soccer, baseball, basketball, netball, tennis) in the Americas. Students will discuss the meaning of sports in modern culture, from the end of the nineteenth century to globalization.

    Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

  
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    WOH 3293 - Islam in World History


    Credit(s): 3
    This course examines the origins, spread, and development of Islam within the context of the main global historical processes and events of the past 1500 years.


WST - Women’s Studies

  
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    WST 2250 - Female Experience in America


    Credit(s): 3
    This course explores the lives and experiences of women and girls in America from 1870 to the present, examining how issues of gender, race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality shaped both their experiences and our historical understanding of their lives.

    Course Attribute(s): HHCP - Human Historical Context & Process, CAHU - Humanities

  
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    WST 2600 - Human Sexual Behavior


    Credit(s): 3
    The dynamics of human sexuality: biological, constitutional, cultural, and psychological aspects. The range of sexual behavior across groups. Sources of beliefs and attitudes about sex, including sex roles and especially human sexuality.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, CASB - Social & Behavioral Sciences, TGEC - Creative Thinking

  
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    WST 3006 - Careers & Professionalism in WGS


    Credit(s): 3
    Focus on professional, career, and personal strategies and skills within a feminist and social justice framework, with special attention on balancing ethics/career and on sex, gender, race, and orientation in the contemporary workplace

  
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    WST 3015 - Introduction to Women’s Studies


    Credit(s): 3
    This course introduces the interdisciplinary field of Women’s Studies through a critical examination of the way gender, race, class and sexuality are socially constructed and demonstrates how activism is inherent in Women’s Studies discourse.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, CASB - Social & Behavioral Sciences, TGED - Human & Cultural Diversity (also requires two Global Citizens Project learning outcomes)

  
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    WST 3210 - European Feminist History: Pre-18th Century


    Credit(s): 3
    Survey of European feminist history prior to the 18th century (focusing primarily on Western Europe). Examines women’s lives, roles, ideas, as well as origins of Western attitudes toward relation of power to gender, race and class. No prerequisites.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, 6ACT - Gordon Communication Requirement

  
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    WST 3220 - European Feminist History: Enlightenment to the Present


    Credit(s): 3
    A survey of European feminist history from the 18th century through the 20th century (focusing primarily on Western Europe). Examining women’s lives, roles and ideas, as well as the dominant attitudes toward women over this time period.

  
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    WST 3311 - Issues in Feminism


    Credit(s): 3
    Survey of major issues relevant to the female experience: marriage and the family, sexuality, work, creativity.

    Course Attribute(s): CASB - Social & Behavioral Sciences

  
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    WST 3324 - Women, Environment and Gender


    Credit(s): 3
    Investigation of intersection of women’s studies, gender and environment with focus on women’s health. Exploration of hypothesis formulation and testing, current issues.

    Course Attribute(s): CANL - Natural Sciences (Life Science), EMWP - Major Works and Major Issues

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 1005  or BSC 2010 , any Introductory science course from biology, chemistry, physics, public health or WST 4320 .
  
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    WST 3334 - Queer Film & Television


    Credit(s): 3
    Examines how queerness is figured within film and television to produce sexual identities, represent non-heteronormative sexualities, and both reify and challenge norms of gender and sexuality.

  
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    WST 3370 - Women and Social Action


    Credit(s): 3
    Course focuses on ordinary women working collectively in diverse social settings to empower themselves and others to challenge gender stereotypes; to reduce harassment, poverty, violence and homelessness; to enhance health-care and family life and to confront barriers in education, the media and the criminal justice system.

  
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    WST 3380 - Sexualities Studies


    Credit(s): 3
    Overview of the interdisciplinary field of sexuality studies, covering theories of sexualities, social control and regulation, and how sexualities intersect with other axes of identities such as race, gender, class, age, and ability.

  
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    WST 3412 - Women in the Developing World


    Credit(s): 3
    Survey of status of women in Asia, Africa, Latin and Caribbean America, compared to that in USA, Canada, West Europe, Marxist-Leninist countries. (May also be taken for credit in Government and International Affairs.)

  
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    WST 3602 - Introduction to LGBTQ Cultures


    Credit(s): 3
    Explores the experiences of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer (LGBTQ).

  
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    WST 3620 - Men and Sexism


    Credit(s): 3
    Ways in which sex role conditioning affects the lives of men. Factors in this conditioning and alternatives to masculine sex role models.

  
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    WST 4002 - Feminist Research Methods


    Credit(s): 3
    The survey, design, and practice of qualitative and quantitative methods in feminist research. Restricted to majors; non-majors by permission of instructor.

    Prerequisite(s): WST 3015 .
  
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    WST 4106 - Global and Transnational Feminism


    Credit(s): 3
    Women, gender, and feminism in transnational perspective, focusing on various theories and movements engendered in diverse contemporary geopolitical contexts. Development, globalization, reproductive politics, and women’s health will be examined.

    Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

    Restriction(s):
    • Permit Required

  
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    WST 4110 - Women and Social Justice


    Credit(s): 3
    This course examines the complexities of transnational social justice for women by investigating health, violence, reproduction and work within the context of international human rights law, nationalist policies, and global capitalism.

    Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course

    Prerequisite(s): WST 3015 
  
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    WST 4262 - Literature by Women of Color in the Diaspora


    Credit(s): 3
    An introduction to contemporary women writers of color in the U.S.: Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Chicanas/U.S. Latinas. Readings will include literature and contextual articles on historical and cultural issues.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, 6ACT - Gordon Communication Requirement, WRIN - Writing Intensive Capstone

    Other Information: Will not be counted toward the English major.
  
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    WST 4310 - History of Feminism in the U.S.


    Credit(s): 3
    A study of feminist critiques of American women’s experiences and status, and their implications for women’s lives, by 19th- and 20th-century theorists, and how adequately these various critiques address the intersections of gender, class, ethnicity, and race.

    Course Attribute(s): 6ACT - State Communication Requirement, 6ACT - Gordon Communication Requirement

  
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    WST 4320 - Politics and Issues in Women’s Health


    Credit(s): 3
    This course will focus on celebrating women’s health and wholeness: mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, social, economic, and understanding the potential negative effects of institutional and interpersonal oppression on health and wellness.

    Course Attribute(s): CASB - Social & Behavioral Sciences

  
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    WST 4335 - Women and Film


    Credit(s): 3
    A study of representation of women in films and the responses of feminist film theorists and filmmakers.

  
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    WST 4336 - Feminist Theories of Media & Popular Culture


    Credit(s): 3
    This course surveys key topics, people, concepts, theories, and issues under the general topic of feminist theories of the media and popular culture using critical frameworks that account for power, access, representation, and difference.

  
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    WST 4350 - Women and Science


    Credit(s): 3
    An examination of selected issues related to women and the natural and physical sciences including: historical participation of women in science, current status of women in science, and feminist critiques of science as a discipline.

  
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    WST 4410 - Postcolonial Women Writers


    Credit(s): 3
    Introduces the literature of women from various Anglophone countries in Africa, the Caribbean, and South Asia; some U.S. writers will be included to represent a third world diasporic consciousness.

    Other Information: Will not be counted toward the English major.
  
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    WST 4522 - Classics in Feminist Theory


    Credit(s): 3
    Introduces students to first and second wave feminist theories, which explain the pervasiveness of sexist, racist, classist, heterosexist bias in our everyday lives.

    Course Attribute(s): CAHU - Humanities

  
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    WST 4561 - Contemporary Feminist Theory


    Credit(s): 3
    An exposure to and an exploration of a wide range of current feminist theories and debates, as well as an examination of the possible political and practical implications for various theoretical positions.

    Prerequisite(s): one upper division Women’s Studies course.
  
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    WST 4645 - Queer Theory


    Credit(s): 3
    Intellectual and political history of queer theory; theories of sexuality, gender, sociality, and subjectivity; emphasis on sexual variation across cultures.

  
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    WST 4900 - Directed Readings


    Credit(s): 1-3
    To provide advanced students with interdisciplinary research experience in areas of specific interest.

    Other Information: Registration requires written contract signed by student and instructor of choice.
  
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    WST 4910 - Directed Research


    Credit(s): 1-3
    To provide advanced students with interdisciplinary research experience in areas of specific interest.

    Other Information: Registration requires written contract signed by student and instructor of choice.
  
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    WST 4930 - Selected Topics


    Credit(s): 1-3
    Study in special areas such as Women and Work, Reproductive Law, Women and Health.

  
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    WST 4935 - Capstone/Senior Project


    Credit(s): 3
    Recognizing the interplay between personal connections and intellectual experience, this capstone course is designed to focus on topical areas related to women’s studies and facilitate linking student learning experience to future plans.

    Course Attribute(s): CPST - Capstone Learning Experience

    Prerequisite(s): 24 credit hours in Women’s Studies.
    Restriction(s):
    • Majors Only

    Other Information: Women’s Studies Major
  
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    WST 4940 - Internship in Women’s & Gender Studies


    Credit(s): 1-3
    Supervised work-and-learning experience in women’s and gender studies under the direction of a University faculty member/administrator and an employee of a sponsor organization. Restricted to majors only. Repeatable once for a total of 6 credit hours.

    Course Attribute(s): INT - Internship, TGEH - High Impact Practice

    Prerequisite(s): 12 credits of Women’s Studies courses.
  
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    WST 5308 - Feminist Spirituality


    Credit(s): 3
    Open to non-majors. Focuses on the many voices of contemporary feminist spirituality, emerging from women's experiences in diverse religious, ethnic and cultural traditions, and representing a range of theoretical perspectives from biblical feminism to goddess worship and wicca.

  
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    WST 5934 - Selected Topics


    Credit(s): 1-4
    Study of current research methods and scholarship on women from a multidisciplinary perspective.

  
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    WST 5940 - Internship in Women’s Studies


    Credit(s): 3-6
    Student placement in an approved intern setting for a minimum of 240 hours of supervised experience. S/U only.


ZOO - Zoology

  
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    ZOO 2303 - Vertebrate Zoology


    Credit(s): 3
    The origin, diversity, and adaptations of the vertebrates. Phylogenetic systematics (cladistics) will be used as the basis for determining evolutionary relationships of organisms. Monophyletic groupings provide a framework for examining behavior, physiology, and ecology in an explicit evolutionary context. Vertebrates common to Florida and the southeastern United States will be emphasized.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2010 , BSC 2010L , BSC 2011 , BSC 2011L .
  
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    ZOO 2710C - Anatomy of Chordates


    Credit(s): 4
    Anatomy of selected vertebrate types emphasizing evolutionary trends. Lec.-lab.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2010 , BSC 2010L , BSC 2011 , BSC 2011L .
  
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    ZOO 3205C - Advanced Invertebrate Zoology


    Credit(s): 4
    Phylogeny, taxonomy, development, physiology, macro-, microanatomy and natural history of marine/freshwater dwelling invertebrate phyla (including protists and excluding parasites and insects) covered in integrated manner. Extensive lab work/Some fieldwork.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2010 , BSC 2010L , BSC 2011 , BSC 2011L , CHM 2045 , CHM 2046 , plus completion of one of the following Biology core courses: PCB 3023  or PCB 3043  or PCB 3063  or PCB 3712 .
  
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    ZOO 3407 - Biology of Sharks and Rays


    Credit(s): 3
    The course explores the diversity, taxonomy, anatomy, behavior, ecology, physiology, reproductive biology, growth, life history, and habitat use of sharks/rays, providing students with an in-depth view of the biology of sharks and their relatives.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2010 , BSC 2010L , BSC 2011 , BSC 2011L , CHM 2045 , CHM 2046  OR CALCULUS (MAC 2241 , MAC 2281 , MAC 2311 ) OR STA 2023 .
  
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    ZOO 3407L - Biology of Sharks and Rays Laboratory


    Credit(s): 1
    The laboratory portion of ZOO 3407 Biology of Sharks and Rays.

    CoPrerequisite(s): ZOO 3407

  
  
  
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    ZOO 4307 - Vertebrate Zoology


    Credit(s): 3
    This course examines the organismal biology of vertebrate animals, their anatomy, physiology, ecology, evolution, and behavior, how vertebrates interact with their environments, and how the many diverse groups of vertebrates have evolved.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2011  with a minimum grade of C-, PCB 3712  with a minimum grade of C- or PCB 3043  with a minimum grade of C- or PCB 3063  with a minimum grade of C-, BSC 2011L  with a minimum grade of C-
  
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    ZOO 4307L - Vertebrate Zoology Laboratory


    Credit(s): 1
    This course examines the organismal biology of vertebrates in field and lab, their anatomy, physiology, ecology, evolution, and behavior, how they interact with the environment, and how the diverse groups of vertebrates have evolved.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2011L  with a minimum grade of C-
  
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    ZOO 4377 - Functional Morphology


    Credit(s): 3
    This course explores the relationship between vertebrate form and function; basic concepts of biomechanics; responses of vertebrate form to ecological and evolutionary constraints.

    Prerequisite(s): ZOO 3713C 
  
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    ZOO 4454 - Fish Biology


    Credit(s): 3
    Covers the systematics, anatomy, physiology, reproductive biology, behavior and ecology of fish.

    Prerequisite(s): ZOO 3713C  or PCB 3712  or BSC 2094C  or ZOO 2303 .
    Restriction(s):
    • Senior Standing

  
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    ZOO 4454L - Fish Biology Lab


    Credit(s): 1
    This is a lab course in fish biology designed to familiarize undergraduate students with the anatomy, ecology, behavior, and classification of fishes.

    Prerequisite(s): ZOO 4454 .
  
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    ZOO 4485 - Marine Mammal Biology


    Credit(s): 3
    This course will focus on the biology, ecology and behavior of marine mammals through the central concept of adaptation to marine environments. Topics to be covered include taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, behavior, conservation, and management.

    Prerequisite(s): BSC 2010  with a minimum grade of C, BSC 2010L  with a minimum grade of C, BSC 2011  with a minimum grade of C, BSC 2011L  with a minimum grade of C, CHM 2045  with a minimum grade of C, CHM 2045L  with a minimum grade of C, CHM 2046  with a minimum grade of C, CHM 2046L  with a minimum grade of C, BSC 3312  with a minimum grade of C
 

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