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Friends University    
 
    
 
  Sep 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.

 
   •  CSIS 425 - Advanced Software Application Development
   •  CSIS 431 - Applied Software Development Project
   •  CSIS 491 - Special Problems in CSIS
   •  CSIS 493 - CSIS Internship I
   •  CSIS 494 - CSIS Internship II
   •  CSIS 499 - Special Topics
   •  CYBR 305 - Principles of Cyber Security
   •  CYBR 320 - Cryptography
   •  CYBR 400 - Fundamentals of Cyber Security
   •  CYBR 405 - Policy Development, Compliance, Cyber Law, and Cyber Investigations
   •  CYBR 410 - Network and Systems Security Administration
   •  CYBR 415 - Network Security Engineering
   •  CYBR 420 - Systems Security Engineering
   •  CYBR 491 - Cyber Special Topics
   •  CYBR 500 - Fundamentals of Cyber Security
   •  CYBR 506 - Information Assurance, Compliance & Cyber Law
   •  CYBR 510 - Network and Systems Security Administration
   •  CYBR 515 - Network Security Engineering
   •  CYBR 521 - Information Systems Security Engineering
   •  CYBR 525 - Secure Mobile Technology and Telecommunications
   •  CYBR 536 - Virtualization & Secure Cloud Computing
   •  CYBR 550 - Human Factors in Cyber Security
   •  CYBR 600 - Incident Handling & Response
   •  CYBR 605 - Digital Forensics Investigations
   •  CYBR 610 - Software Reverse Engineering for Cyber Security
   •  CYBR 615 - Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking
   •  CYBR 690 - Cyber Security Capstone
   •  CYBR 692 - Cyber Security Guided Research
   •  DANC 110 - Dance Composition 1
   •  DANC 207 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 208 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 230 - Choreography
   •  DANC 307 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 308 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 320 - Dance History 1
   •  DANC 321 - Dance History 2
   •  DANC 401 - Ballet Pedagogy
   •  DANC 407 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 408 - Repertoire
   •  DANC 410 - Senior Project
   •  DANP 101 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 102 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 103 - Related Dance Forms
   •  DANP 110 - Yoga 1
   •  DANP 121 - Ballet 1
   •  DANP 122 - Ballet 2
   •  DANP 123 - Related Dance Forms
   •  DANP 125 - Introduction to Dance Techniques
   •  DANP 127 - Ballet 3
   •  DANP 201 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 202 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 203 - Related Dance Forms
   •  DANP 204 - Ballet Variations
   •  DANP 205 - Pas De Deux
   •  DANP 301 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 302 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 303 - Related Dance Forms
   •  DANP 304 - Ballet Variations
   •  DANP 305 - Pas De Deux
   •  DANP 350 - Dance for Musical Theatre 1
   •  DANP 351 - Dance for Musical Theatre 2
   •  DANP 352 - Dance for Musical Theatre 3
   •  DANP 401 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 402 - Ballet Technique
   •  DANP 403 - Related Dance Forms
   •  DANP 404 - Ballet Variations
   •  DANP 405 - Pas De Deux
   •  DRMA 350 - Musical Theatre Survey
   •  DRMA 360 - Drama in Education
   •  DRMA 411 - Shakespeare
   •  DRMA 425 - Musical Theatre Performance
   •  ECON 201 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 202 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 210 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 211 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 340 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 350 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 360 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 491 - Special Problem in Economics
   •  EDUC 110 - Introduction to Teaching
   •  EDUC 251 - Psychology Applied to Teaching
   •  EDUC 299 - Cornerstone Course for Teacher Education
   •  EDUC 310 - The Exceptional Child
   •  EDUC 311 - Practicum for Special Populations
   •  EDUC 320 - Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
   •  EDUC 321 - Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages: TESOL Practicum
   •  EDUC 322 - Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages: Techniques for Assessment and Communication
   •  EDUC 323 - Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages: Applied Linguistics
   •  EDUC 325 - Reading in the Secondary School
   •  EDUC 335 - Technology in the Classroom
   •  EDUC 336 - Classroom Assessment
   •  EDUC 350 - Methods for Teaching Physical Education PreK-6
   •  EDUC 355 - Methods for Teaching Spanish: PreK - Grade 6
   •  EDUC 385 - Methods for Teaching Art: PreK-6
   •  EDUC 410 - Methods for Secondary Teachers
   •  EDUC 411 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Art
   •  EDUC 412 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Business
   •  EDUC 413 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Computer Science
   •  EDUC 414 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: English/Language Arts
   •  EDUC 415 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: History and Government
 

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