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ANT 101 Humankind Emerging
Introduces human evolution, primates, fossil hominids, race, population genetics, and the development of culture. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ANT 101H Humankind Emerging - Honors
Introduces human evolution, primates, fossil hominids, race, population genetics, and the development of culture. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ANT 250 Principles Of Archaeology
Method, theory, goals, and history of archaeology as a sub-discipline of anthropology. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ANT 250H Principles Of Archaeology - Honors
Method, theory, goals, and history of archaeology as a sub-discipline of anthropology. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ANT 271 Human Biological Variation
Evolutionary trends in modern humans, biology of contemporary population, population genetics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ANT 377 Anthropology Of Race: Human Physical Variation And Its Cultural Interpretation
Explores the topics of race and worldwide human physical variation from the viewpoints of anthropology. Critically evaluates typological vs. population approaches to understanding the full range of worldwide human variation. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
AST 180 Introduction To Astronomy
Diurnal motion, motion of solar system objects on the background of stars, light rays and spectra, the planets, Kepler's laws, space travel, coordinates and time, the moon and eclipses, meteors, comets and the sun, stars, stellar distances and stellar evolution, galactic structure, galaxies, quasars, and the big bang universe. Letter grade only.
3 AST 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
AST 180H Introduction To Astronomy - Honors
Diurnal motion, motion of solar system objects on the background of stars, light rays and spectra, the planets, Kepler's laws, space travel, coordinates and time, the moon and eclipses, meteors, comets and the sun, stars, stellar distances and stellar evolution, galactic structure, galaxies, quasars, and the big bang universe. Letter grade only.
3 AST 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
AST 183 Life In The Universe
Course will survey the scientific topics that comprise the key elements of "Astrobiology." These include the philosophical foundations of astrobiology as a science, astronomical sources of life's chemical building blocks and habitable environments, extremophilic organisms, the history of life on earth, the role of asteroid/comet impacts and micro-meteoritic dust, feasibility of space travel, and the search for life in the solar system and beyond. Letter grade only.
3 AST 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 100 Principles Of Biology
Introduces basic principles and concepts of biology. Methods of scientific inquiry and behavior of matter and energy in biological systems are explored. Not available for credit in the major or minor. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 154 The Art And Science Of Human Movement
Introduces the study of human exercise and provides a broad-based understanding of applications of human movement to health and science. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 181 Unity Of Life I: Life Of The Cell
Introductory course for biology majors. Emphasizes the unifying molecular and cellular principles of all life on earth. 3 hrs. lecture. Letter grade only. Prerequisites: high school algebra, biology, and chemistry.
3 BIO 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
BIO 205 Microbiology
Fundamental microbiology emphasizing structure and function of organisms, aspects of microbial diversity, pathogenic microorganisms, disease mechanisms and immune response. For students majoring in microbiology and those in the health professions. Recommended: CHM 130 or CHM 151. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 BIO 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
BIO 300 Human Biology
Series of independent mini courses dealing with aspects of biology and human conditions. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a maximum of 10 units. Each repeat must be a different topic than previously taken.
1 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
BIO 301 Science, Religion And Reality
Important topics in today's world showing significant differences of opinion or beliefs contrasting with scientific evidence or contemporary practice, such as life's origin, beginning of an individual, sexual orientation, death. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 302 Relevance Of Science
Crucial challenges, problems, or situations in today's world for which science gives us insight into meeting, solving or understanding, such as global warming, using reclaimed water, energy crisis, epidemics, obesity. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 310 Scientific Concepts In Human Biology
Systems and processes of the human body integrated with an understanding of health and disease. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: high school biology or chemistry. Not available for credit in the major or minor.
3 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
BIO 345 Sustainable Botany
Applies plant science principles to aspects of growing plants, including soil science, pathology, physiology, entomology, orchard, garden, and greenhouse with comparison of modern agribusiness to sustainable agriculture. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science
BIO 366 Behavior Of Animals
Surveys the theories and reasons that explain the behavior of animals. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
BIO 372 Revolutionary Thought In Biology
Biological theories, such as those on the origin of life, evolution, and extinction; the immune response; sex; cancer; and behavior. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
CHM 130 Fundamental Chemistry
Principles of chemistry course for students requiring only one semester of chemistry and those proceeding to a one-semester organic (CHM 230) course. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 CHM 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN
CHM 151 General Chemistry I
Fundamental chemistry principles presented at a level appropriate for preprofessional, science, and engineering majors, including students proceeding to CHM 235 and 238. Prerequisites: high school chemistry or CHM 100 plus intermediate algebra; recommended: CHM 151L. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 CHM 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
CHM 152 General Chemistry II
Continuation of CHM 151. Recommended: CHM 152L. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CHM 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
CHM 152H General Chemistry II
Continuation of CHM 151. Recommended: CHM 152L. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CHM 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Quantitative Reasoning
CHM 230 Fundamental Organic Chemistry
Introduces the chemistry of aliphatic, aromatic, and bio-organic compounds. For students needing only one semester of organic chemistry. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CHM 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
CIS 120 Intro To Computer Information Systems
Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
CIS 120H Introduction To Computer Information Systems - Honors
Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
CS 110 Introduction To Computer Science
Introduction to algorithmic thinking and object-oriented programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Emphasis on graphical programming, object-oriented problem solving, and basic Java concepts. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
CS 112 Introduction To The World Wide Web And Internet
Provides a broad introduction to World Wide Web and Internet-related software, including email, HTML, telnet, and FTP. Includes discovery of ethical and privacy issues in e-commerce. 3 hrs. lecture. Letter grade only.
3 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
CS 122 Programming For Engineering And Science
Introduces computer programming for engineers, scientists, and math majors. Emphasizes problem solving, algorithms, and structured programming. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
CS 122H Programming For Engineering And Science - Honors
Introduces computer programming for engineers, scientists, and math majors. Emphasizes problem solving, algorithms, and structured programming. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science
CS 212 Web Programming
Introduces web programming. Emphasizes creating reactive, highly usable web sites. Introduces HTML forms, perl scripting, java applets, servletts, and JSP. Letter grade only.
3 CS 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
CSAY 110 Introduction To Computer Information Systems
Computer hardware, software, and information-processing systems including analysis, development, and implementation of computer systems. Letter grade only.
3 CSAY 100 - Level Science and Applied Science
ENV 101 Introduction To Environmental Science
Studies human impacts on the biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere from a natural sciences perspective. (Note: This liberal studies course does not meet any requirements for a major or minor in environmental sciences.) Letter grade only.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 101H Introduction To Environmental Science - Honors
Studies human impacts on the biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere from a natural sciences perspective. (Note: This liberal studies course does not meet any requirements for a major or minor in environmental sciences.) Letter grade only.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 110 Extreme Weather
Explores basic physical and chemical atmospheric processes and how humans affect, and are affected by, atmospheric conditions. Includes study of thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, air pollution, ozone depletion, and global warming. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ENV 115 Climate Change
Evolution of the Earth's climate and the causes of climate change, including global warming. Cross-listed with GLG 115. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 115H Climate Change - Honors
Evolution of the Earth's climate and the causes of climate change, including global warming. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 181 Environmental Sustainability
An introduction to the ways in which we perceive the environment: how our environment is structured and functions, how we relate to the environment and environmental sustainability from humanistic, cultural and political perspectives, and how we resolve major issues focusing on the sustainability of our natural and cultural systems. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENV 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
ENV 377 Humans And The Hydrosphere
ENV 377 is an exploration of global water sustainability. Through readings, discussions/thought pieces, we will explore the current status of global water use. We will explore how nature filters and cycles water, as well as how society accesses, distributes, and manages water with an eye toward how management can work toward sustainability and clean and safe water for all. Letter grade only.
3 ENV 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
FOR 240 Introduction To Conservation Biology
Explores the practical issues related to people and society in maintaining the earth's biological diversity. Discusses the social environment and how to implement successful conservation of biodiversity. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
FOR 240H Introduction To Conservation Biology - Honors
Explores the practical issues related to people and society in maintaining the earth's biological diversity. Discusses the social environment and how to implement successful conservation of biodiversity. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
FOR 250 Arizona Forests And Wildlife
Overview of fundamental ecology and management of major forest types and wildlife of Arizona. Relationship of Arizona's forests and wildlife to North America. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
FOR 250H Arizona Forests And Wildlife - Honors
Overview of fundamental ecology and management of major forest types and wildlife of Arizona. Relationship of Arizona's forests and wildlife to North America. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science
FOR 255 International Wildlife Issues
Current international issues in wildlife conservation and management. Topics include regulation of global wildlife, threats to biodiversity, and issues of sustainable management and protection. Case studies focus on perspectives of ethnic minorities. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global Oral Communication
FOR 255H International Wildlife Issues - Honors
Current international issues in wildlife conservation and management. Topics include regulation of global wildlife, threats to biodiversity, and issues of sustainable management and protection. Case studies focus on perspectives of ethnic minorities. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global
FOR 270 Native American Ecology
Uses introductory ecology and natural science principles to critically review literature and information about the geographic distribution, traditional land use, and conservation knowledge of indigenous peoples in North America. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Ethnic Critical Thinking
FOR 270H Native American Ecology - Honors
Uses introductory ecology and natural science principles to critically review literature and information about the geographic distribution, traditional land use, and conservation knowledge of indigenous peoples in North America. Letter grade or pass-fail.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Ethnic
FOR 340 Environmental Hydrology
An introduction into environmental implications of extreme hydrological processes, the effects of natural and human activities on the hydrology and water resources of an area, and related problems and solutions. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
FOR 340H Environmental Hydrology - Honors
An introduction into environmental implications of extreme hydrological processes, the effects of natural and human activities on the hydrology and water resources of an area, and related problems and solutions. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
FOR 370 Indigenous Knowledge: Ecological Implications
Uses advanced ecology and natural science principles to critically review literature and information about the ecological implications of indigenous people's resource use strategies. Letter grade or pass-fail.
3 FOR 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
FOR 382 Ecological Restoration
Principles and applications of ecology related to restoring natural structure, function, and composition of ecosystems. Co-convenes with FOR 582. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 FOR 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
FOR 382H Ecological Restoration - Honors
Principles and applications of ecology related to restoring natural structure, function, and composition of ecosystems. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 FOR 300 - Level Science and Applied Science
FS 111 Science First Year Seminar
Students learn the logic and techniques of scientific inquiry to understand the basis and limits of contemporary scientific knowledge. Students develop practical skills to understand scientific issues relevant to society. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic. Course fee required.
3 FS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Any Skill
FS 111H Science First Year Seminar - Honors
Students learn the logic and techniques of scientific inquiry to understand the basis and limits of contemporary scientific knowledge. Students develop practical skills to understand scientific issues relevant to society. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Each repeat must be a different topic. Course fee required.
3 FS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Any Skill
GLG 100 Introductory Geology
Fundamental physical and historical concepts in geology, including dynamics of the earth. You may take either GLG 100 and 100L or GLG 101 and 103 or GLG 110 and 110L or GLG 112 and 112L for credit. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 101 Physical Geology
Fundamental physical aspects of the earth's crust; rocks and minerals, structures, landforms and their origin. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
GLG 101H Physical Geology - Honors
Fundamental physical aspects of the earth's crust; rocks and minerals, structures, landforms and their origin. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 102 Historical Geology
Chronological sequence of events in the history of the earth and its inhabitants. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 107 Oceanography
Geologic, chemical, physical, and biologic properties of the marine environment and the description and origin of ocean basins. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 110 Environmental Geology
Relationship between humans and the Earth, including geological processes, pollution, natural hazards, and earth systems science. You may take either GLG 100 and GLG100L or GLG 101 and 103 or GLG 110 and 110L or GLG 112 and 112L for credit. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 112 Geologic Disasters
Geologic processes and hazards affecting humans. Topics include earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, landslides, floods, subsidence, meteorite impacts, and climate changes. You may take either GLG 100 and GLG100L or GLG 101 and 103 or GLG 110 and 110L or GLG 112 and 112L for credit. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 112H Geologic Disasters - Honors
Geologic processes and hazards affecting humans. Topics include earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, landslides, floods, subsidence, meteorite impacts, and climate changes. You may take either GLG 100 and GLG100L or GLG 101 and 103 or GLG 110 and 110L or GLG 112 and 112L for credit. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 115 Climate Change
Evolution of the Earth's climate and the causes of climate change, including global warming. Cross-listed with ENV 115. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 190 The Planets
Outline of the current understanding of the planets, emphasizing their geology and the processes involved in their formation and evolution. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 190H The Planets - Honors
Outline of the current understanding of the planets, emphasizing their geology and the processes involved in their formation and evolution. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 202 Dinosaurs
A review of dinosaur evolution, their taxonomy, ecology, and physiology, and how basic scientific techniques are used to understand them. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GLG 265 Earthquakes
Introductory survey of the development of thought about earthquakes. Includes early ideas as well as modern scientific techniques applied to study earthquakes. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GLG 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
GSP 130 Mapping The World
Engages students with the earth through map interpretation and emerging mapping technologies for applications in geography, location-based services, community planning, environmental management ,and land development. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 100 - Level Science and Applied Science
GSP 239 Introduction To Geographic Information Systems
Basic concepts, theory, and multidisciplinary applications in GIS. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 GSP 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Quantitative Reasoning
HHS 310 Medical And Scientific Terminology
Introductions and analysis of basic Greek and Latin related words; terms used in the medical and biological sciences. Letter grade only.
4 HHS 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
HON 143 Honors Seminar: Science/Applied Science
Honors seminar that carries Science/Applied Science Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 100 - Level Science and Applied Science
HON 243 Honors Seminar: Science Applied Science
Honors seminar that carries Science/Applied Science Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 200 - Level Science and Applied Science
HON 293 Topics In Science And Applied Science: Scientific Awareness
Introduction to topics in science/applied science through scientific inquiry and the application of scientific knowledge. Students investigate a variety of physical and biological phenomena by applying the scientific method. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
HON 343 Honors Seminar: Science/Applied Science
Honors seminar that carries Science/Applied Science Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 300 - Level Science and Applied Science
HON 393 Advanced Honors Seminar (Sas)
Seminar employing a multidisciplinary approach towards understanding problems and issues that address the needs of the 21st century in order to discover the integrative nature of problem-based scientific research. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
MAT 131 Topics In Calculus
Introductory topics in differential and integral calculus with applications. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Quantitative Reasoning
MAT 136 Calculus I
Calculus of one variable; basic concepts, interpretations, techniques, and applications of differentiation and integration. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 MAT 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
MAT 226 Discrete Mathematics
Elementary discrete mathematics including topics from graph theory and combinatorics with emphasis on problem solving. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
NTS 135 Applied Nutrition And Food Selection
Introduces the study of nutrition, the value of foods, and problems in food selection. No credit given to food and nutrition science majors or minors or health science majors. Letter grade only.
3 NTS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
NTS 256 Medical Nutrition
Science of human nutrition, nutrient sources, functions and interactions; physiological needs throughout the life cycle; role of nutrition in health and disease. Letter grade only.
3 NTS 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
NTS 256H Medical Nutrition - Honors
Science of human nutrition, nutrient sources, functions and interactions; physiological needs throughout the life cycle; role of nutrition in health and disease. Letter grade only.
3 NTS 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
PHI 103 Introduction To Logic
A rigorous introduction to the basic concepts of deductive and inductive logic. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
PHI 103H Introduction To Logic - Honors
A rigorous introduction to the basic concepts of deductive and inductive logic. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Quantitative Reasoning
PHI 303 Decision Theory
Theory of rational decision-making, applications of the theory to ethics and economics, and discussion of philosophical problems arising from the constructs employed by the theory (e.g., probability and utility). Letter grade only.
3 PHI 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
PHI 303H Decision Theory - Honors
Theory of rational decision-making, applications of the theory to ethics and economics, and discussion of philosophical problems arising from the constructs employed by the theory (e.g., probability and utility). Letter grade only.
3 PHI 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
PHY 262 University Physics II
Second course in the three-semester, calculus-based, introductory physics sequence. Electricity, magnetism, and thermodynamics. Letter grade only.
3 PHY 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
SA 204 Topics In Study Abroad - S/As
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes introductory social, cultural, historical, political, artistic and/or economic developments related to the Study Abroad student's host culture/country. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 200 - Level Science and Applied Science Any Skill
SA 214 Topics In Study Abroad - S/As-gd
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes courses that enhance understanding of different cultures of the world through the study of language, literature, religion, and artistic creations or other disciplines. In addition, course must cover perspectives (e.g. theoretical; historical; social; political; economic; cultural; religious; geographic or sense of place; environment; or intellectual traditions and/or ways of knowing) of non-Western peoples. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global Any Skill
SA 304 Special Topics In Study Abroad - S/As
Topics include intermediate and advanced studies in social, cultural, historical, political, artistic, and/or economic topics related to your host country. Must be currently participating in a Study Abroad program. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 300 - Level Science and Applied Science Any Skill
SA 314 Topics In Study Abroad -S/As-gd
Only available to Study Abroad students while participating in a Study Abroad program. Content includes courses that enhance understanding of different cultures of the world through the study of language, literature, religion, and artistic creations or other disciplines. In addition, course must cover perspectives (e.g. theoretical; historical; social; political; economic; cultural; religious; geographic or sense of place; environment; or intellectual traditions and/or ways of knowing) of non-Western peoples. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 SA 300 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global Any Skill
SST 191 Communication Disorders In Literature And Media
Explores communication disorders as they are portrayed in literature and media. Each major communication disorder is also explored relative to etiology, diagnosis, and treatment. Letter grade only.
3 SST 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Effective Writing
STA 270 Applied Statistics
Graphical and quantitative description of data; binomial, normal, and t distributions; one- and two-sample hypothesis tests and confidence intervals; simple linear regression and correlation. Credit cannot be earned in both STA 270 and STA 275. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 STA 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning