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Friends University    
 
    
 
  Nov 19, 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.

 
   •  SOCI 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  SOCI 494 - Internship
   •  SOSC 210 - Foundations of American Character
   •  SOSC 220 - Simplicity and Sustainability
   •  SOSC 265 - Cultural and World Geography
   •  SOSC 320 - Social Science Research Methods
   •  SOSC 330 - Social Change and Leadership Development
   •  SOSC 385 - Needs Assessment, Program Development and Evaluation
   •  SOSC 410 - Social Problems in a Globalized World
   •  SOSC 415 - Human Rights and Culture
   •  SOSC 430 - Data Analysis for Social and Behavioral Sciences
   •  SOSC 450 - Methods of Social Science Research
   •  SOSC 490 - Capstone Change Project
   •  SOSC 498 - Studies Abroad Workshop
   •  SPAL 351 - Latin America Today
   •  SPAL 352 - Spain Today
   •  SPAL 353 - Mayan Culture
   •  SPAL 354 - Mexican American Culture
   •  SPAL 420 - Peninsular Literature I
   •  SPAL 421 - Peninsular Literature II
   •  SPAL 430 - Spanish-American Literature I
   •  SPAL 431 - Spanish-American Literature II
   •  SPAL 470 - Contemporary Hispanic Literature
   •  SPAN 101 - Beginning Spanish I
   •  SPAN 102 - Beginning Spanish II
   •  SPAN 107 - Elementary Spanish I Conversation
   •  SPAN 108 - Elementary Spanish II Conversation
   •  SPAN 109 - Elementary Spanish III Conversation
   •  SPAN 110 - Elementary Spanish IV Conversation
   •  SPAN 111 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPAN 112 - Elementary Spanish II
   •  SPAN 113 - Elementary Spanish III
   •  SPAN 114 - Elementary Spanish IV
   •  SPAN 201 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN 202 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPAN 303 - Intermediate Reading and Writing
   •  SPAN 304 - Intermediate Spanish Grammar
   •  SPAN 305 - Intermediate Spanish Conversation I
   •  SPAN 306 - Intermediate Spanish Conversation II
   •  SPAN 310 - Advanced Spanish Composition
   •  SPAN 321 - Spanish Linguistics
   •  SPAN 325 - Advanced Spanish Grammar
   •  SPAN 461 - Introduction to Spanish Translation
   •  SPAN 471 - Advanced Spanish Conversation I
   •  SPAN 480 - Advanced Spanish Conversation II
   •  SPAN 498 - Studies Abroad Workshop: La Salle University
   •  SPCH 100 - Public Speaking
   •  SPCH 110 - Forensics and Debate
   •  SPCH 111 - Public Speaking for College and Career
   •  SPCH 270 - Oral Persuasion
   •  SPCH 275 - Voice and Speech for Performance
   •  SPCH 320 - Text and Performance
   •  SPED 501 - Exceptional Learners: Historical, Philosophical and Characteristics
   •  SPED 505 - Instructional Methods and Strategies: Pre-K-12
   •  SPED 540 - Positive Social and Behavioral Environment
   •  SPED 601 - Assessment in Special Education
   •  SPED 610 - Communication and Collaboration
   •  SPED 650 - Practicum
   •  TEAC 520 - 21st Century Learner
   •  TEAC 522 - Assessment for Learning
   •  TEAC 525 - Action Research for Teachers
   •  TEAC 535 - Advanced Curriculum Design
   •  TEAC 545 - Technology for Educators
   •  TEAC 556 - Teacher Leadership
   •  THEA 120 - Exploring Theatre
   •  THEA 125 - Fundamentals for Actors
   •  THEA 150 - Theatre Workshop
   •  THEA 250 - Scene Craft and Stage Technology
   •  THEA 255 - Makeup Techniques for Stage and Media
   •  THEA 325 - Scene Study for Actors
   •  THEA 350 - Scenic and Lighting Design
   •  THEA 355 - Stage Management and Technical Direction
   •  THEA 400 - Directing for Theatre
   •  THEA 410 - History of Theatre
   •  THEA 486 - Advanced Studies: Forensic Practicum
   •  THEA 487 - Advanced Studies: Theatre Production Practicum
   •  THEA 488 - Advanced Studies: Theatre Performance Practicum
   •  THEA 489 - Advanced Studies: Topics
   •  THEA 492 - Capstone
   •  ZOSC 110 - Zoo Immersion
   •  ZOSC 120 - Zookeeping Techniques & Lab
   •  ZOSC 210 - Zoo Science
   •  ZOSC 220 - Zoo Operations
   •  ZOSC 310 - Introduction to Zoo Animal Health
   •  ZOSC 320 - Zoo Animal Training and Enrichment
   •  ZOSC 341 - Management of Zoo Mammals
   •  ZOSC 342 - Management of Zoo Birds
   •  ZOSC 343 - Management of Zoo Amphibians and Reptiles
   •  ZOSC 380 - Principles of Wildlife Interpretation
   •  ZOSC 494 - Zoo Practicum
   •  ZOSC 495 - Zoological Internship
 

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