Dec 09, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Geography

  
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    GEOG 2210 - Maps and Mapping


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to types of maps, map construction, aerial photographs, remote sensing, digital image processing, computerized cartography, computerized map applications, and geographic information systems. Every semester. 
  
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    GEOG 2500 - World Resources


    (3) Credit Hours

    Location, utilization, production, consumption, and significance of resources to society. Introduction to the vast, interlocking network of activities that produce and affect the world’s use and consumption of resources. Prerequisites: ESC 1510 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. May be registered as ESC 2500. Credit not allowed in both GEOG 2500 and ESC 2500. 
  
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    GEOG 3030 - Geography of North America


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to the physical and cultural geography of North America. Every fourth semester. Prerequisites: GEOG 1030 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 3040 - Geography of Latin America


    (3) Credit Hours

    A systematic and regional survey of Latin America and the Caribbean. Topics include Latin America issues, physical environments, aboriginal and colonial geography, agricultural, population growth and migration, the Latin American city, mining and manufacturing. The regional analysis focus on Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, Andean American, Brazil, and the Southern Cone. The unique perspectives of Latin Americans will be traced from pre-culture through language, films, music, and food activities. Every third semester. Prerequisites: GEOG 1030 or GEOG 1040 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 3050 - Geography of Asia


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to the physical and cultural geography of Asia. Every fourth semester. Prerequisites: GEOG 1030 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 3060 - Geography of Southeast United States


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to the physical and human geography of Appalachia and the South. Topics to be emphasized using a geographic perspective include the natural environment, regional definitions, history, population, culture, economics and politics. Prerequisites: GEOG 1030 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 3070 - Geography of Europe


    (3) Credit Hours

    A regional analysis of contemporary Europe. The physical geography, population, the unrolling political map, economic and urban geography are examined prior to an in-depth study of the British Isles, Western Europe, the European North, Southern Europe, West Central Europe and East Central and Southeastern Europe. Prerequisites: GEOG 1030 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4010 - Geography of Travel and Tourism


    (3) Credit Hours

    This course explores the geography of travel and tourism largely from a topical approach, with the following topics to be covered: the geography of demand and supply for tourism; history of tourism; the tourist area life cycle theory; the geography of contemporary international tourism; the relationships between the physical, economic, environmental, social, and cultural dimensions and tourism; place promotion; geotourism; urban tourism; and heritage tourism. A portion of the course will also look at the place-specific tourism geography of selected regions. Prerequisites: GEOG 1040 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4070 - Environmental Conservation


    (3) Credit Hours

    Theories, methods, and practices of environmental management and resource utilization. Emphasis on soil, forest, water, mineral, and human resources. Spring semester. May be registered as ESC 4070. Credit not allowed in both GEOG 4070 and ESC 4070. 
  
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    GEOG 4090 - Economic Geography


    (3) Credit Hours

    Spatial influences on economic behavior, analysis of the location and spatial structure of world economic activities. Prerequisites: GEOG 1040 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4150 - Urban Geography


    (3) Credit Hours

    History of urbanism, study of patterns of cities, spatial distribution of cities, and social and physical structure of cities of the Western world. Every third semester. Prerequisites: GEOG 1040 or SOC 1510 or department head approval. May be registered as SOC 4150. Credit not allowed in both GEOG 4150 and SOC 4150. 
  
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    GEOG 4650 - Remote Sensing and Imagery Analysis


    (3) Credit Hours

    Principles of aerial and satellite photography and infrared, multispectral, and microwave sensing. Interpretation of remotely sensed data, including application to problems in a variety of environmental sciences. Every fourth semester. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours. Prerequisites: GEOG 2210, completion of general education natural science and statistics requirements, MATH 1130, CPSC 1100, or department head approval. Junior standing. Maybe registered as ESC 4650. Credit not allowed in both GEOG 4650 and ESC 4650. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOG 4660 - Geographic Information Systems


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to fundamental principles of geographic information systems (GIS). Applications, data structures and basic functions of GIS. GIS computer programs are used to demonstrate basic GIS functions. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours. Prerequisites: ESC 4650 or GEOG 4650 or department head approval. May be registered as ESC 4660. Credit not allowed in both GEOG 4660 and ESC 4660. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOG 4800 - Geography Seminar


    (1) Credit Hours

    Seminar and discussion of topics of current interest in the geography. Student presentations required. On demand. 
  
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    GEOG 4960r - Geography Field Camp


    (1-6) Credit Hours

    A field methods experience (the application of theory and techniques to field problems). On demand. Prerequisites: at least 12 hours of geography courses or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4997r - Research


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4998r - Individual Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GEOG 4999r - Group Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. On demand. Prerequisites: department head approval. 

Geology

  
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    GEOL 1000 - Earth Science


    (4) Credit Hours

    Interdisciplinary overview of the planet Earth, including the origin and evolution of its physical features, the role of modern technology in refining plate tectonic theory, and a look toward Earth’s future. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours. On demand. Corequisites: GEOL 1000L or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 1025 - Geology of the National Parks


    (3) Credit Hours

    This course provides an overview of the diverse geology preserved in national parks. Students of all disciplines learn to view national parks through a geological perspective, and to explore the roles of national parks in historical events from both geological and humanistic perspectives.Cannot be used to satisfy Geology major requirements. 
  
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    GEOL 1110 - Physical Geology


    (3) Credit Hours

    Introduction to geology with emphasis on the origin of Earth, geological materials (minerals, rocks), geological processes and events (mountain building, erosion, earthquakes, volcanic activity) and geological features (oceans, land forms). Every semester. Corequisites: GEOL 1110L or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 1110L - Physical Geology Laboratory


    (1) Credit Hours

    Laboratory to accompany GEOL 1110. Laboratory studies of minerals and rocks, topographic maps and geologic processes and events. Two hours per week. Every semester. Corequisites: GEOL 1110 or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 1120 - Historical Geology


    (3) Credit Hours

    Geologic history of Earth, with emphasis on geologic time and the evolution of life as gleaned from the fossil record. Field trips. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110 or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 1120L or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 1120L - Historical Geology Laboratory


    (1) Credit Hours

    Laboratory to accompany GEOL 1120. Laboratory studies of rocks, geologic maps and geologic structures, stratigraphic data sets, selected fossil and recent specimens of major taxonomic groups of organisms. Two hours per week. Spring semester. Corequisites: GEOL 1120 or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 1160 - Current Geological Perspectives of Earth


    (3) Credit Hours

    Geological perspectives of Earth and the ways in which it enhances and limits our life styles, including natural disasters and basic issues of sustainability. Promotes an understanding of Earth and the insights necessary to making conscientious environmental decisions. Specific topics may vary in keeping with current issues. On demand. Cannot be used to satisfy Geology major requirements. 
  
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    GEOL 1230 - Environmental Geology


    (4) Credit Hours

    Natural, mining, and industry-related environmental hazards, including interactions of water, rock, and air, and the attempts of humanity to remedy these problems. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 1 hour. On demand.  
  
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    GEOL 1999r - Special Projects


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Individual or group projects. Cumulative limit of 4 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: receipt of an acceptable proposal and department head approval. Graded on a satisfactory/no credit basis. 
  
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    GEOL 2250 - Oceanography


    (3) Credit Hours

    Study of the oceans, including chemical and physical properties of sea water, patterns of seawater circulation, life zones, origin and physiography of ocean basins, and mineral and energy resources of the oceans. Lecture 3 hours.
  
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    GEOL 2250L - Oceanography Laboratory


    (1) Credit Hours

    Laboratory exercises in oceanography. On demand. Corequisites: GEOL 2250 or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3070 - Geology of Tennessee


    (3) Credit Hours

    Geologic resources, structure, and history of Tennessee and adjacent areas. Lecture and field trips. Prerequisites: a previous course in geology or department head approval. On demand. 
  
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    GEOL 3220 - Soil Properties, Genesis, and Development Across the Landscape


    (4) Credit Hours

    Intensive introduction to soil genesis and development, and the study of soils across landscapes past and present. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hour. Offered alternate Spring semesters. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110 and 1110L, and CHEM 1110 and 1110L, all with minimum grades of C or department head approval. Mandatory field trips. Corequisites: GEOL 3220L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3300 - Sedimentation


    (4) Credit Hours

    Interpretation of ancient depositional environments from outcrop observations, well logs, and modern-day analogs. Extensive field work. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 3540 or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 3300L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3410 - Mineralogy


    (4) Credit Hours

    Crystallography, descriptive and determinative mineralogy, mineral chemistry, and methods of chemical analysis. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Fall semester. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L, CHEM 1110/CHEM 1110L or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 3410L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3420 - Petrology


    (4) Credit Hours

    In-depth study of igneous and metamorphic rocks, including classification, genesis, and evolution. Field trips. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GEOL 3410 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 3420L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3530 - Paleontology


    (4) Credit Hours

    Study of animals that are preserved in the fossil record, particularly taxonomy and population, interpretation of faunal assemblages, and the concept of biostratigraphy. Laboratory exercises emphasize morphology and time ranges of major fossil groups. Field trips. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Fall semester, alternate years. Prerequisites: GEOL 1120/GEOL1120L with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 3530L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 3540 - Sedimentary Rocks and Stratigraphy


    (4) Credit Hours

    Sedimentary rocks and stratigraphic correlation with emphasis on the classic stratigraphy of eastern North America, the facies concept, and paleogeographic reconstruction of the continents. Field trips. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Spring semester, alternate years. Prerequisites: GEOL 3410 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 3540L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4050 - Principles of Geochemistry


    (4) Credit Hours

    Origin, distribution, and behavior of chemical elements on Earth. Applications of chemistry to geologic problems. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory and recitation 2 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L and 1 year of college chemistry or department head approval. Calculus level math is highly recommended. Corequisites: GEOL 4050L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4060 - Lithology: Study of Rocks


    (4) Credit Hours

    Identification and study of common rocks and their plate tectonic environments. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4070 - The Dynamic Earth


    (3) Credit Hours

    History, theory, and application of plate tectonics models to explain the dynamic character of the Earth. Lecture 3 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4080 - Geomorphology and Earth Surface Processes


    (4) Credit Hours

    Intense study of geomorphic processes that shape our planet and create present-day landforms. This class benefits geologists, geographers, soil scientists, engineers, archaeologists, and environmental scientists. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hour. Mandatory field trips. Offered alternating spring semesters. Prerequisites: GEOL 1120 and 1120L with minimum grades of C or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 4080L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4310 - Sedimentary Petrology


    (3) Credit Hours

    In-depth study of sedimentary rocks, including genesis and classification of clastic and chemical varieties. Field work. Variable lecture and laboratory time dependent on topic. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 3300 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4360 - Fossil Fuels


    (3) Credit Hours

    Stratigraphic and sedimentological study of fossil-fuel deposits and the scientific basis for fossil-fuel exploration, including interpretation of gamma-ray well logs and preparation of panel diagrams, structure contour maps and isopach maps. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L, GEOL 1120/GEOL 1120L or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4420 - X-Ray Diffraction Methods


    (1) Credit Hours

    Theory and use of X-ray diffraction to identify and characterize minerals. Powder diffraction methods are emphasized. Lecture 1 hour. Fall Semester. Pre or Corequisites: GEOL 3410, or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4450 - Hydrology


    (3) Credit Hours

    Occurrence and behavior of water in the geologic environment, including drainage systems, erosional and depositional processes, causes and controls of flooding, groundwater systems, and water quality problems. Fall semester. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L and CHEM 1110/CHEM 1110L or ENCE 3610 or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4500 - Economic Geology


    (4) Credit Hours

    Origin, distribution, and classification of mineral deposits found in igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks with an introduction to methods of exploration and mining. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 3420, CHEM 1120/CHEM 1120L or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 4500L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4510 - Structural Geology


    (4) Credit Hours

    Theory and principles of rock deformation, description and classification of common geologic structures, and laboratory methods to solve structural problems. Field trips. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Fall semester, alternate years. Prerequisites: GEOL 3420 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 4510L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4520 - Field Methods in Structural Geology


    (4) Credit Hours

    Methods of gathering data in the field and interpretation of field relationships, as necessary to geologic mapping and analysis of geologic structures. Extensive field work. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours. Spring semester, alternate years. Prerequisites: GEOL 4510 or department head approval. Corequisites: GEOL 4520L or department head approval. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    GEOL 4540 - Geologic Mapping


    (3) Credit Hours

    Mapping of lithology and structural features in sedimentary and crystalline rocks. Extensive field work. On demand. Prerequisites: ESC 3400 or GEOL 3520 and approval of the department head. 
  
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    GEOL 4740 - Water Quality Survey


    (3) Credit Hours

    Concepts of water quality, including sampling methods, units of concentration, and simple analytical procedures. Concepts are augmented by field and laboratory studies of ground and surface water. Field work. On demand. Prerequisites: GEOL 1110/GEOL 1110L or GEOL 1230; CHEM 1110/CHEM 1110L, CHEM 1120/CHEM 1120L; and approval of the department head. CHEM 3010/CHEM 3010L and GEOL 3410 are recommended.Senior standing.
  
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    GEOL 4800 - Geology Seminar


    (1) Credit Hours

    Seminar and discussion of topics of current interest in the earth sciences. Student presentations required. Fall semester. Prerequisites: ENGL 2820, GEOL 3420 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4900 - Senior Seminar


    (2) Credit Hours

    Culminating senior experience giving students an opportunity to design and conduct research related to geologic problems. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GEOL 4800 and department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4960r - Geology Field Experience


    (1-4) Credit Hours

    Participation in the examination of the geology of a region based on a department-sponsored geologic expedition. Pre- and post-trip written reports are required. On demand. Prerequisites: introductory course in the natural sciences, and approval of the department head. 
  
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    GEOL 4995r - Departmental Thesis


    (1-3) Credit Hours

    Requires University Honors approval. Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Graded on satisfactory/no credit basis. 
  
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    GEOL 4997r - Research


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Cumulative limit of 4 hours. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4998r - Individual Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Cumulative limit of 4 hours. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GEOL 4999r - Group Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Cumulative limit of 4 hours. On demand. Prerequisites: department head approval. 

German

  
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    GER 1010 - Elementary German I


    (4) Credit Hours

    Basic grammar, elementary reading, and conversation. Fall semester. 
  
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    GER 1020 - Elementary German II


    (4) Credit Hours

    Continuation of 1010. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GER 1010 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 1999r - Special Projects


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Individual or group projects. Maximum credit four hours. On demand. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GER 2110 - Intermediate German for Conversation I


    (3) Credit Hours

    Grammar review, intensive oral practice in German, limited readings. Fall semester. On demand. Prerequisites: GER 1020 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 2120 - Intermediate German for Conversation II


    (3) Credit Hours

    Emphasis on oral proficiency and cultural awareness, with limited grammar and readings. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GER 2110 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 2130 - Intermediate German for Reading I


    (3) Credit Hours

    Grammar review, extensive reading in German, with discussion in English. Fall semester. Prerequisites: GER 1020 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 2140 - Intermediate German for Reading II


    (3) Credit Hours

    Readings in Germanic culture, literature and civilization. Emphasis on acquiring reading and translation skills. Classes conducted mostly in German with discussion in English or German. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GER 2110 or GER 2130 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 2999r - Group Studies


    (1-3) Credit Hours

    On demand. Prerequisites: GER 2120 or GER 2140 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3110 - German Composition and Conversation I


    (3) Credit Hours

    Selections from Germanic print media, literature and film that explore cultural movements and historic events of the 20th century will be used as a basis for discussions and compositions.  Fall semester. Prerequisites: GER 2120 with a minimum grade of C and oral proficiency with a rating of Novice-High or placement; ENGL  1010 or ENGL 1011 or 1020 or UHON 1010 or UHON 1020 with a minimum grade of C or placement, or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3120 - German Composition and Conversation II


    (3) Credit Hours

    Selections from Germanic print media, literature and film that explore cultural movements and historic events of the 20th century will be used as a basis for discussions and compositions.   Spring semester. Prerequisites: GER 2120 with a minimum grade of C and oral proficiency with a rating of Novice-High or placement; ENGL  1010 or ENGL 1011 or 1020 or UHON 1010 or UHON 1020 with a minimum grade of C or placement, or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3210 - Advanced German Grammar


    (3) Credit Hours

    Special problems in syntax, illustrative reading, and composition. On demand. Prerequisites: GER 2120 with a minimum grade of C or placement, or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3230 - Introduction to German Culture


    (3) Credit Hours

    An introduction to the patterns of living and society of contemporary Germany approached through the language. Geographical and historical backgrounds included. Prerequisites: GER 2120 with a minimum grade of C or placement, or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3320 - Introduction to Modern Germanic Literature


    (3) Credit Hours

    Representative works of German literature from 1750 to the present with attention to social, cultural and political background.  On alternate years. Prerequisites: GER 3110 or 3120 with minimum grades of C or placement, or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 3400 - German Internship


    (3) Credit Hours

    A cooperative arrangement between the university and specific elementary or middle schools, social service agencies or businesses involved with either foreign language instruction, service to foreign language-speaking clients, or business transactions with companies abroad. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. Junior or senior standing. 
  
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    GER 3999r - Group Studies


    (1-3) Credit Hours

    On demand. Prerequisites: GER 2120 or GER 2140 with a minimum grade of C or department head approval. 
  
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    GER 4997r - Research


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GER 4998r - Individual Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GER 4999r - Group Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. On demand. Prerequisites: department head approval. 

Greek

  
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    GRK 1010 - Elementary Greek I


    (3) Credit Hours

    Elements of the Greek language. Reading of Greek prose. Fall semester. 
  
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    GRK 1020 - Elementary Greek II


    (3) Credit Hours

    Elements of the Greek language. Reading of Greek prose. Spring semester. Prerequisites: GRK 1010 with a minimum grade of C or placement or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 1999r - Special Projects


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Individual or group projects. Prerequisites: department head approval. On demand. 
  
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    GRK 3100 - Readings of Greek Literature


    (3) Credit Hours

    A study of the development of Greek literature with selections from representative authors. On demand. Prerequisites: GRK 1020 or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 3120 - Advanced Greek Grammar and Composition


    (3) Credit Hours

    On demand. Prerequisites: GRK 1020 or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 3500r - Greek Prose


    (3) Credit Hours

    Greek historians, Attic orators, and Greek philosophers considered in different semesters. On demand. Prerequisites: GRK 1020 or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 3510r - Greek Poetry


    (3) Credit Hours

    Greek tragedy, comedy, and lyric poetry considered in different semesters. On demand. Prerequisites: GRK 1020 or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 4250r - Special Topics in Greek Literature


    (2) Credit Hours

    Readings in a specific author, genre, or period. On demand. Prerequisites: four semesters of Greek through the 3000 level or department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 4995r - Departmental Thesis


    (1-3) Credit Hours

    Requires University Honors approval. Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. 
  
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    GRK 4997r - Research


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval. 
  
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    GRK 4998r - Individual Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. Student must submit an Individual Studies/Research Contract to the Records Office at the time of registration. Every semester. Prerequisites: department head approval.
  
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    GRK 4999r - Group Studies


    (1-9) Credit Hours

    Department may have additional prerequisite requirements. On demand. Prerequisites: department head approval. 

Health and Human Performance

 Physical Recreational Activities

Courses within the service program hold contemporary attractiveness as “lifetime” activities and should appeal to the educated adult for maintaining a healthful and wholesome lifestyle.

  
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    HHP 0021 - Concepts of Wellness


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course is designed to develop sound strategies for adopting and maintaining a physically active lifestyle. Emphasis is placed upon the concept of health related physical fitness (HRPF) and concepts related to the optimal functioning of the cardiopulmonary system, nutrition and body composition, and musculoskeletal system. Assessments will be used to provide the student with their current levels of HRPF with laboratory activities designed to demonstrate how students might improve and maintain optimal physical fitness. Every semester. 
  
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    HHP 0027 - Adapted Physical Education


    (1) Credit Hours

    Designed for those students with physiological, anatomical, and medical limitations that limit the amount of physical activity. Registration in or transfer to the class is dependent upon the recommendation of a physician or the major advisor of Exercise Science and Health.
  
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    HHP 0028 - Beginning Hiking and Backpacking


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course is for beginners and will teach the philosophy of low impact hiking and camping. The basics of equipment, map, and campus use and trip planning will be covered. Field experience will be a part of the course. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
  
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    HHP 0029 - Beginning Bowling


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course presents terminology of the game, various grip and stances, the delivery approach, release, and follow through. Rules and scoring as well as tournament bowling are learned. Students with an average of 135 or higher are not eligible for this beginner course.
  
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    HHP 0030 - Beginning Golf


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course stresses swing motion and the basic fundamentals. Techniques of the full swing and the short game are presented. Rules and etiquette are covered.
  
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    HHP 0031 - Beginning Racquetball


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course is designed to emphasize the fundamental skills of racquetball. Students are taught how to execute shots from a variety of positions and how to use strategy to their advantage. Tournaments are played within the class to allow students practical application of the skills they are taught.
  
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    HHP 0032 - Aerobic/Cardiovascular Activities


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course uses exercises conducted on land or water to develop cardiovascular fitness. Examples of activities that could be included are: walking, jogging/running, step aerobics, water aerobics/swimming, boxing aerobics.
  
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    HHP 0034 - Conditioning/Resistance Training


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course provides an opportunity to develop cardiopulmonary fitness, muscular strength and muscular endurance through the use of circuit training, running, and cardiovascular games and resistance training. Selection of proper clothing and footwear, the physiological effects of a conditioning and resistance training, care and prevention of injuries and the mechanics of safe exercise are presented.
  
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    HHP 0036 - Racquet Sports


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course is designed to teach basic fundamental skills and strategies necessary to engage in recreational play for various racket sports. Examples of racket sports may include: tennis, racquetball, badminton, and pickle ball.
  
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    HHP 0037 - Beginning Tennis


    (1) Credit Hours

    Beginning tennis skills are presented including forehand and backhand ground strokes, the volley and the serve. Rules, terminology, and basic game strategy will be taught. Through play, an increased level of fitness and skill will be gained to promote participation in tennis throughout life.
  
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    HHP 0038 - Beginning Badminton


    (1) Credit Hours

    Beginning badminton is a badminton introductory activity class. This class is designed to teach the basic skills and strategies necessary for participating in recreational badminton.
  
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    HHP 0040 - Beginning Conditioning and Weight Training


    (1) Credit Hours

    This class is designed to help students understand and apply the basic principles of training as they relate to their individual cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, muscular strength and muscular endurance. Emphasis will be on the introduction of physiological principles and instruction on techniques of weight training.
  
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    HHP 0041 - Beginning Rowing


    (1) Credit Hours

    An introductory course that focuses on the fundamental skills of sweep rowing. This course will proceed at a pace that is appropriate for new rowers or those with limited experience, but becomes physically demanding as the semester progresses. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed.
  
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    HHP 0042 - Beginning Sculling


    (1) Credit Hours

    This course is designed to proceed at each student’s skill level and ability. The focus is to learn how to row a one person rowing shell (i.e. scull). No prior rowing experience required but must know how to swim. Laboratory/studio course fee will be assessed. 
 

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