Dec 14, 2018  
2014-2015 University Catalogue 
    
2014-2015 University Catalogue []

Courses


Overview     Course Renumbering     Course Search     Course Prefix Key     

 

Overview

The course catalogue contains information on all active courses offered by the University including: title, course number, credits, contact hours, prerequisites, offering college, priority enrollment, repeatability, and restrictions.  Courses listed in the catalogue are not offered every semester.  To access a listing of course sections being offered during a particular term refer to the Course Section Offerings page on the Office of the Registrar website.

Course Renumbering

Commencing with the 2013-14 academic year the University began a multi-year course renumbering. 

Renumbered Course List  

  • Division of Liberal Arts
    Many courses within the Division of Liberal Arts commencing with the Summer and Fall 2014 terms will be offered under new course numbers. Courses impacted by this change now include a reference to either the new course number or the new subject code. For example “LACR 101 (FYWT*111)” where the number in parenthesis is the new course number. Students registering for Summer 2014 coursework and beyond will do so using the new course numbers.

Course Search 

 
   •  ADVT 201 Visual and Verbal Persuasion
   •  ADVT 202 Visual Storytelling, Visual Narrative Advertising
   •  ADVT 203 Digital Design Fundamentals: Imaging
   •  ADVT 206 Conceptual Development for Advertising
   •  ADVT 250 History of Advertising
   •  ADVT 301 Copywriting
   •  ADVT 302 Brand Communications and Experience
   •  ADVT 303 Integrated Advertising
   •  ADVT 401 Portfolio I
   •  ADVT 402 Portfolio II
   •  ADVT 499 Internship
   •  AEDU 200 Presentation Skills
   •  AEDU 201 Introduction to Visual Arts Education
   •  AEDU 490 Independent Study
   •  AEDU 499 Internship
   •  AEDU 501 Creative and Cognitive Development
   •  AEDU 503 The Art of Teaching
   •  AEDU 509 Professional Writing Intensive
   •  AEDU 510 Service Learning
   •  AEDU 531 Multicultural Learning-Arts
   •  AEDU 532 Meeting Needs of ELL Learners
   •  AEDU 533 Art and Inclusionary Education
   •  AEDU 541 Program Design & Methods: Elementary
   •  AEDU 542 Program Design & Methods: Secondary
   •  AEDU 543 Aesthetics and Art Criticism
   •  AEDU 560 Saturday Practicum
   •  AEDU 561 Student Teaching: Elementary
   •  AEDU 562 Student Teaching: Secondary
   •  AEDU 565 Student Teaching Seminar: Elementary/Secondary
   •  AEDU 602 History of Ideas in Art and Museum Education
   •  AEDU 606 Research in Education: Methods and Trends
   •  AEDU 610 Graduate Studio Seminar
   •  AEDU 621 Educational Media A: Teaching and Learning Online
   •  AEDU 622 Educational Media B: Planning and Management Online
   •  AEDU 625 Interactive Media
   •  AEDU 690 Graduate Independent Study
   •  AEDU 695 Graduate Project/Thesis
   •  AETH 301 Introduction to Art Therapy
   •  AETH 302 Social and Group Process
   •  AETH 303 Theories and Techniques of Art Therapy With Adults
   •  AETH 304 Theories and Techniques of Art Therapy With Children and Adolescents
   •  AETH 401 Senior Practicum
   •  AETH 490 Independent Study
   •  AETH 690 Graduate Independent Study
   •  AHST 101 Art History Survey I
   •  AHST 102 Art History Survey II
   •  AHST 103 Modern & Contemporary Art
   •  AHST 201 Akhenaton and the Amarna Period: Revolution and Reaction in Ancient Egypt
   •  AHST 202 Ancient Art
   •  AHST 203 Art in Renaissance Europe
   •  AHST 204 Baroque Art
   •  AHST 205 19th Century Art
   •  AHST 206 American Art to 1945
   •  AHST 207 American Art Since 1945
   •  AHST 208 Modern Art
   •  AHST 209 European Art Since 1945
   •  AHST 210 Modern Architecture
   •  AHST 211 Dirty Pictures a History of Art Censorship
   •  AHST 212 Women Artists
   •  AHST 213 Arts of China
   •  AHST 214 Arts of India
   •  AHST 215 Arts of Japan
   •  AHST 217 Introduction to Art Historical Methodologies
   •  AHST 218 Dada and Surrealism
   •  AHST 281 History of Industrial Design
   •  AHST 282 History of Crafts
   •  AHST 283 History of Communication Design
   •  AHST 284 History of Photography
   •  AHST 401 Michelangelo
   •  AHST 402 Rembrandt
   •  AHST 403 Political Cartoons
   •  AHST 404 Symbolism
   •  AHST 405 Pop Art
   •  AHST 406 Spanish Artists: El Greco, Velázquez, Goya
   •  AHST 407 Picasso
   •  ANTH 250 Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 252 Human Evolution
   •  ANTH 253 Modern Mideast Art and Culture
   •  ARAB 101 Arabic I
   •  CAIN 497 Design Internship
   •  CAIN 498 Fine Arts/Crafts Internship
   •  CMMC 124 Introduction to Advertising
   •  CMMC 205 (DAAT*225) Webcasting
   •  CMMC 206 (DAAT*226) Webcasting II
   •  CMMC 207 Digital Distribution
   •  CMMC 221 Advertising: Creative Concepts I
   •  CMMC 321 Advertising Strategy Development
   •  CMMC 322 Advertising: Creative Concepts II
   •  CMMC 324 Introduction to Public Relations
   •  CMMC 351 History of Documentary
   •  CMMC 353 Media Industries
   •  CPAC 101 Expanded Fields: New Media & Technologies
   •  CPAC 201 Trading Places: Production/Documentation Workshop
   •  CPAC 301 The Artist as Entrepreneur
   •  CPAC 401 Extended Studio Practice: Engaging Communities
   •  CRCM 211 Throwing Exploration
   •  CRCM 212 Throwing Exploration
   •  CRCM 213 Handbuilding Exploration
   •  CRCM 214 Handbuilding Exploration
   •  CRCM 220 Ceramics
 

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