The page uses Browser Access Keys to help with keyboard navigation. Click to learn moreSkip to Navigation

Different browsers use different keystrokes to activate accesskey shortcuts. Please reference the following list to use access keys on your system.

Alt and the accesskey, for Internet Explorer on Windows
Shift and Alt and the accesskey, for Firefox on Windows
Shift and Esc and the accesskey, for Windows or Mac
Ctrl and the accesskey, for the following browsers on a Mac: Internet Explorer 5.2, Safari 1.2, Firefox, Mozilla, Netscape 6+.

We use the following access keys on our gateway

n Skip to Navigation
k Accesskeys description
h Help
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.

 
   •  MATH 270 - Statistics
   •  MATH 280 - Biostatistics
   •  MATH 340 - Linear Algebra
   •  MATH 350 - Differential Equations
   •  MATH 360 - Geometry
   •  MATH 370 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MATH 401 - Modern Algebra
   •  MATH 411 - Advanced Calculus
   •  MATH 415 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MATH 420 - Linear Algebra
   •  MATH 445 - History of Mathematics
   •  MATH 450 - Numerical Methods
   •  MATH 490 - Math Seminar
   •  MGMT 370 - Business Research
   •  MGMT 521 - Research Methods
   •  MGMT 523 - Research Methods
   •  MGMT 531 - Regional Business Environments
   •  MGMT 541 - Cross-Cultural Communications and Negotiations
   •  MGMT 553 - Management-Labor Relations
   •  MGMT 583 - Managerial Decision Making
   •  MGMT 611 - Global Finance
   •  MGMT 613 - Project Management
   •  MGMT 671 - Global Entrepreneurship
   •  MGMT 681 - Global Strategy
   •  MGMT 691 - Special Project: Global Business Experience
   •  MIS 510 - Management Information Systems
   •  MIS 525 - Research Methods in MIS
   •  MIS 530 - Systems Analysis and Design
   •  MIS 535 - Network Security
   •  MIS 550 - Data Communications and Networking
   •  MIS 565 - Business Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
   •  MIS 575 - IT Audit and Controls
   •  MIS 580 - Database Systems
   •  MIS 585 - Computer Forensics I
   •  MIS 595 - Computer Forensics II
   •  MIS 615 - Human Computer Interaction
   •  MIS 625 - Project Management
   •  MIS 640 - Information Security and Policy Development
   •  MIS 645 - Security Risk Management
   •  MIS 650 - Security Architecture and Design
   •  MIS 655 - Cyber Security
   •  MIS 670 - Seminar in Information Security
   •  MIS 690 - Special Project
   •  MIS 692 - Internship in Information Systems
   •  MRKT 210 - Principles of Marketing
   •  MRKT 410 - International Marketing
   •  MRKT 411 - Retail Marketing
   •  MRKT 412 - Sales
   •  MRKT 413 - Promotion and Public Relations
   •  MRKT 414 - Consumer Behavior
   •  MRKT 415 - Services Marketing
   •  MRKT 430 - Market Research
   •  MRKT 491 - Special Problems in Marketing
   •  MRKT 493 - Marketing Internship I
   •  MRKT 494 - Marketing Internship II
   •  MRKT 571 - International Marketing
   •  MUSC 101 - Music Theory & Aural Skills 1
   •  MUSC 102 - Music Theory & Aural Skills 2
   •  MUSC 110 - Music Business Cornerstone
   •  MUSC 135 - Piano Class
   •  MUSC 144 - Voice Class
   •  MUSC 175 - Concert Hour
   •  MUSC 180 - Instrumental Jazz Improvisation
   •  MUSC 181 - Vocal Jazz Improvisation
   •  MUSC 184 - String Instrument Methods 1
   •  MUSC 185 - String Instrument Methods 2
   •  MUSC 186 - Brass/Percussion Instrument Methods 1
   •  MUSC 187 - Brass/Percussion Instrument Methods 2
   •  MUSC 188 - Woodwind Instrument Methods 1
   •  MUSC 189 - Woodwind Instrument Methods 2
   •  MUSC 201 - Music Theory 3: Advanced Tonal Harmony
   •  MUSC 203 - Aural Skills 3
   •  MUSC 204 - Aural Skills 4
   •  MUSC 205 - Music Theory 4: Form and Analysis
   •  MUSC 210 - Conducting 1 (Instrumental)
   •  MUSC 220 - Conducting 2 (Choral)
   •  MUSC 230 - Keyboard Pedagogy (piano or organ)
   •  MUSC 235 - Instrumental Pedagogy
   •  MUSC 240 - Vocal Pedagogy
   •  MUSC 241 - Vocal Pedagogy 1
   •  MUSC 242 - Vocal Pedagogy 2
   •  MUSC 243 - Choral Pedagogy
   •  MUSC 250 - Marching Band Techniques
   •  MUSC 260 - Music Technology
   •  MUSC 265 - Control of Performance Anxiety
   •  MUSC 301 - Music History and Literature 1
   •  MUSC 302 - Music History and Literature 2
   •  MUSC 305 - Jazz History/Literature
   •  MUSC 306 - Advanced Harmony and 20th - 21st Century Idioms
   •  MUSC 307 - Literature of the School Choir
   •  MUSC 310 - Diction for the Singer 1
   •  MUSC 311 - Keyboard Literature (piano or organ)
   •  MUSC 312 - Vocal Literature
   •  MUSC 313 - Instrumental Literature
   •  MUSC 315 - Jazz Theory
   •  MUSC 320 - Diction for the Singer 2
   •  MUSC 335 - Leadership of Music in Worship
   •  MUSC 336 - History of Music in Worship
   •  MUSC 340 - Literature of the School Band and Orchestra
   •  MUSC 345 - Live Sound and Recording
 

Page: 1 <- 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11