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Friends University    
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses


KEY TO COURSE NUMBERS

Courses numbered 001 - 099 represent remedial work and carry no credit toward a degree or credential.  Generally these courses are developmental, remedial, or pre-college in content.

Courses numbered 100 to 299 are designed for freshmen and sophomores but are available to other students.

Coursed numbered exactly 300EX designate experimental courses.  Such courses are not listed in the Catalog since they arise out of special needs and are offered a limited number of times.  The subject area will indicate the discipline to which this experimental course pertains.

Courses numbered exactly 400EX designate experimental courses. Such courses are not listed in the Catalog since they arise out of special needs and are offered a limited number of times. The subject area will indicate the discipline to which this experimental course pertains (ACCT, BMGT, MGMT, etc).

Courses numbered 301 to 499 are designed primarily for juniors and seniors but are available to qualified sophomores and freshmen if all prerequisites have been met.

Courses numbered exactly 600EX designate graduate experimental courses.  Such courses are not listed in the Catalog since they arise out of special needs and are offered a limited number of times.  The subject area will indicate the discipline to which this experimental course pertains (ACCT, BSAD, MIS, etc.).

Courses numbered 500 to 699 are designate graduate-level offerings. Such courses are open to undergraduates by special arrangements only.

The number following the course title indicates the semester hours of credit and in most cases the number of class meetings per week.

 
   •  PHIL 320 - Great Philosophers
   •  PHIL 340 - History of Great Ideas
   •  PHIL 370 - Faith and Reason
   •  PHIL 410 - Social and Political Philosophy
   •  PHIL 470 - Selected Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 499 - Capstone
   •  PHYS 101 - General Physics 1 & Lab
   •  PHYS 102 - General Physics 2 & Lab
   •  PHYS 111 - General Physics 1 with Calculus & Lab
   •  PHYS 112 - General Physics 2 with Calculus & Lab
   •  PHYS 120 - Astronomy
   •  PHYS 201 - Modern Physics & Lab
   •  POLS 100 - American Government
   •  POLS 110 - Issues in American Politics
   •  POLS 120 - Political Ideas and Ideologies
   •  POLS 160 - International Relations
   •  POLS 211 - Current Events
   •  POLS 250 - Christianity and Social Justice
   •  POLS 260 - Comparative Politics
   •  POLS 270 - International Issues and Organizations
   •  POLS 330 - Constitutional Law and Politics
   •  POLS 340 - Travel Seminar
   •  POLS 360 - Public Administration
   •  POLS 370 - Topics in Political Theory
   •  POLS 390 - American Parties and Politics
   •  POLS 480 - Political Science Senior Seminar
   •  POLS 494 - Internship 2
   •  PSYC 100 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSYC 110 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSYC 112 - Grief and Loss
   •  PSYC 201 - Pre-Internship
   •  PSYC 230 - Human Growth & Development
   •  PSYC 240 - Applied Psychology
   •  PSYC 250 - Interpersonal Relations
   •  PSYC 280 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYC 310 - Chemical Addictions
   •  PSYC 311 - Positive Psychology
   •  PSYC 315 - Psychology of Religion
   •  PSYC 321 - Child and Adolescent Development
   •  PSYC 325 - Industrial Psychology
   •  PSYC 335 - Child Psychology
   •  PSYC 343 - Psychology of Personality
   •  PSYC 350 - Adolescent Development
   •  PSYC 355 - Group Processes
   •  PSYC 360 - Adult Development
   •  PSYC 370 - Introduction to Counseling
   •  PSYC 380 - Toward Healthier Marriages
   •  PSYC 390 - Junior Seminar
   •  PSYC 410 - Principles of Testing
   •  PSYC 421 - History and Systems
   •  PSYC 460 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  PSYC 491 - Research Experience
   •  PSYC 492 - Research Practicum
   •  PSYC 494 - Internship II
   •  PSYC 495 - Independent Study Research
   •  REL 101 - Faith at Friends
   •  REL 110 - Old Testament Survey
   •  REL 111 - New Testament Survey
   •  REL 112 - Old Testament Survey
   •  REL 113 - New Testament Survey
   •  REL 120 - History of Christianity: Church and World
   •  REL 125 - Survey of the Bible
   •  REL 210 - Varieties of Religious Experience
   •  REL 215 - Developing a Devotional Life
   •  REL 221 - Varieties of Religious Experience
   •  REL 222 - Introduction to Christian Living
   •  REL 223 - Basic Christian Beliefs
   •  REL 225 - Basic Christian Beliefs
   •  REL 230 - Psalms
   •  REL 231 - Romans
   •  REL 232 - The Bible in Christian Spiritual Formation
   •  REL 250 - Christian History
   •  REL 251 - History of Christian Spiritual Formation
   •  REL 330 - Old Testament Studies
   •  REL 340 - New Testament Studies
   •  REL 350 - Biblical Backgrounds
   •  REL 401 - Advanced Studies
   •  REL 460 - Classical and Contemporary Religious Issues
   •  RELM 325 - Foundations of Youth Ministry
   •  RELM 350 - Introduction to Christian Spiritual Formation
   •  RELM 365 - Contemporary Youth Ministry
   •  RELM 370 - Living as Apprentices of Jesus
   •  RELM 375 - Renovation of the Heart
   •  RELM 471 - Vocation and Career in God's Kingdom
   •  RELM 493 - Internship 1
   •  RELM 494 - Internship 2
   •  SOCI 100 - Principles of Sociology
   •  SOCI 110 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOCI 160 - Social Problems
   •  SOCI 210 - The Individual & Family in Society
   •  SOCI 211 - Individual, Family and Society
   •  SOCI 215 - Urban Issues, Urban Solutions
   •  SOCI 220 - Urban Sociology
   •  SOCI 245 - Racial and Ethnic Relations
   •  SOCI 250 - Interpersonal Relations
   •  SOCI 260 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  SOCI 265 - Self and Social Interaction
   •  SOCI 322 - U.S. Women's History/Literature (Multicultural)
   •  SOCI 332 - Marriage, Family, and Diversity
 

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