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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.

 
   •  EDUC 415 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: History and Government
   •  EDUC 416 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Mathematics
   •  EDUC 417 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Physical Education
   •  EDUC 418 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Spanish
   •  EDUC 419 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Speech/Theatre
   •  EDUC 420 - Special Methods for Secondary Teachers: Biology
   •  EDUC 490 - Senior Practicum
   •  EDUC 493 - Workshops in Teacher Education
   •  EDUC 494 - PreK-12 Secondary Student Teaching
   •  EDUC 495 - Secondary School Student Teaching
   •  EDUC 496 - PreK-12 Elementary Student Teaching
   •  EDUC 499 - Capstone in Teacher Education
   •  ELED 260 - Children's/Adolescent Literature
   •  ELED 340 - Fine Arts Methods for Elementary Teachers
   •  ELED 365 - Health and Physical Education Methods for Elementary Teachers
   •  ELED 430 - Elementary Methods Practicum
   •  ELED 431 - Reading Language Arts Methods
   •  ELED 432 - Mathematics Methods for Elementary Teachers
   •  ELED 433 - Social Studies Methods for Elementary Teachers
   •  ELED 434 - Science Methods for Elementary Teachers
   •  ELED 440 - Elementary School Student Teaching
   •  ELED 441 - Elementary Reading Practicum
   •  ELEM 400 - Seminar for Developing Learning Experiences
   •  ELEM 405 - Teaching Reading
   •  ELEM 410 - Teaching Science and Social Studies
   •  ELEM 415 - Teaching Mathematics
   •  ELEM 420 - Kinesthetic Learning
   •  ELEM 425 - Classroom Management, Professionalism and Assessment during Student Teaching
   •  ENGL 103 - Fundamentals of Writing
   •  ENGL 105 - Relieving Anxiety about Writing
   •  ENGL 106 - Banned Books
   •  ENGL 111 - Composition
   •  ENGL 112 - Researched Composition
   •  ENGL 113 - Mastering APA Style
   •  ENGL 210 - World Masterpieces 1
   •  ENGL 211 - British Literature 1 (Beginnings to 1800)
   •  ENGL 212 - British Literature 2 (1800-Present)
   •  ENGL 215 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENGL 220 - World Masterpieces 2
   •  ENGL 221 - American Literature 1
   •  ENGL 222 - American Literature 2
   •  ENGL 227 - World Literature 1: The Ancient World
   •  ENGL 228 - World Literature 2: Medieval/Renaissance
   •  ENGL 229 - World Literature 3: Early Modern
   •  ENGL 230 - World Literature 4: Modern
   •  ENGL 235 - History of Horror
   •  ENGL 236 - Introduction to the Short Story
   •  ENGL 271 - Editing
   •  ENGL 315 - Journalism Law and Responsibility
   •  ENGL 322 - U.S. Women's History/Literature (Multicultural)
   •  ENGL 325 - Advanced Composition
   •  ENGL 330 - Grammar in the Context of Writing
   •  ENGL 335 - Young Adult Literature and Writing
   •  ENGL 340 - The Story of English
   •  ENGL 347 - The MEWS
   •  ENGL 355 - Writing for the Media
   •  ENGL 360 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 380 - Studies in American Literature
   •  ENGL 411 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 420 - Literature of India: Culture and Identity
   •  ENGL 421 - Contemporary World Literature and Film
   •  ENGL 422 - Major Novels
   •  ENGL 460 - Literary Interpretation
   •  ENGL 470 - Special Topics in English
   •  ENGL 489 - English Capstone Seminar
   •  ENGL 490 - English Language Arts Education Capstone Seminar
   •  ENGL 491 - Independent Study
   •  ENGR 101 - Engineering Orientation
   •  ETH 301 - Ethical Decision Making and Social Responsibility of Organizations
   •  FINA 103 - Aesthetics of Art
   •  FINA 105 - Aesthetics of Music
   •  FINA 107 - Aesthetics of Drama
   •  FINA 110 - The Aesthetic Experience Through the Visual Arts
   •  FINA 111 - The Aesthetic Experience Through Music
   •  FINA 112 - The Aesthetic Experience Through Dance
   •  FINA 113 - The Aesthetic Experience Through Drama
   •  FINC 140 - Personal Finance
   •  FINC 320 - Principles of Finance
   •  FINC 360 - International Finance
   •  FINC 420 - Corporate Financial Analysis and Reporting
   •  FINC 421 - Investments
   •  FINC 440 - Financial Institutions Management
   •  FINC 450 - Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
   •  FINC 491 - Special Problems in Finance
   •  FINC 493 - Financial Internship I
   •  FINC 494 - Financial Internship II
   •  FINC 605 - Ethics in Finance and Public Policy
   •  FINC 610 - Financial Analysis and Business Valuation
   •  FINC 615 - Investments and Portfolio Management
   •  FINC 620 - Investing and Managing Across Global Markets
   •  FLDB 200 - Foundations of Environmental Science
   •  FLDB 210 - Topics in Field Biology
   •  FLDB 211 - Alpine Ecology
   •  FLDB 212 - Marine Ecology
   •  FLDB 360 - Plant Ecology and Systematics & Lab
   •  FLDB 420 - Conservation Biology
   •  FLDB 480 - Advanced Topics in Biology
   •  FLDB 494 - Field Biology Internship
   •  FMTH 503 - History of MFT and Systems Theory
   •  FMTH 510 - Professional Ethics in Marriage and Family Therapy
 

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