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Undergraduate Record 2016-2017
University of Virginia
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Record 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions

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Other Courses

   •  ELA 1500 - Engaging the Liberal Arts: The First Year
   •  ELA 1600 - Collect, Select, Reflect
   •  ELA 2500 - Engaging the Liberal Arts: The Second Year
   •  ELA 2890 - Strategies for Academic Achievement
   •  ELA 3500 - Engaging the Liberal Arts: The Third Year
   •  ELA 4500 - Engaging the Liberal Arts: The Fourth Year
   •  ENAM 3110 - American Literature to 1865
   •  ENAM 3120 - American Literature Since 1865
   •  ENAM 3130 - African-American Literature I
   •  ENAM 3140 - African-American Literature II
   •  ENAM 3150 - The American Renaissance
   •  ENAM 3160 - Realism and Naturalism in America
   •  ENAM 3180 - Introduction to Asian American Studies
   •  ENAM 3240 - Faulkner
   •  ENAM 3280 - Reading the Black College Campus
   •  ENAM 3300 - American Poetry
   •  ENAM 3400 - American Fictions
   •  ENAM 3450 - American Short Novel
   •  ENAM 3500 - Studies in American Literature
   •  ENAM 3510 - Studies in African-American Literature and Culture
   •  ENAM 3520 - Major American Authors
   •  ENAM 3570 - Contemporary Ethnic American Fiction
   •  ENAM 3750 - Sex and Sentiment
   •  ENAM 3770 - Women in American Art
   •  ENAM 3780 - Science and Identity in American Literature
   •  ENAM 3850 - Folklore in America
   •  ENAM 3870 - Literature of the West
   •  ENAM 3880 - Literature of the South
   •  ENAM 3890 - Mass Media and American Culture
   •  ENAM 4500 - Advanced Studies in American Literature
   •  ENAM 4814 - African-American Women Authors
   •  ENAM 4840 - Fictions of Black Identity
   •  ENAM 4845 - Black Speculative Fiction
   •  ENGL 1500 - Masterworks of Literature
   •  ENGL 1550 - Literature and the Professions
   •  ENGL 2010 - History of European Literature I
   •  ENGL 2020 - History of European Literature II
   •  ENGL 3610 - The English Novel in the Nineteenth Century
   •  ENGL 3810 - History of Literatures in English I
   •  ENGL 3820 - History of Literatures in English II
   •  ENGL 4993 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 4998 - Distinguished Majors Program
   •  ENGL 4999 - Distinguished Majors Program
   •  ENPG 3800 - Tutoring Peer Writers
   •  FORU 1500 - Introduction to the Forums
   •  FORU 1510 - Continuing the Forum
   •  GSVS 2050 - Sustainable Energy Systems
   •  GSVS 2150 - Global Sustainability
   •  GSVS 3160 - The Politics of Food
   •  GSVS 4991 - Capstone Seminar in Global Studies Environments and Sustainability
   •  GSVS 4993 - Independent Study in Environments and Sustainability
   •  KICH 1010 - Introduction to Maya K'iche' I
   •  KICH 1020 - Introduction to Maya K'iche' II
   •  KICH 2010 - Intermediate Maya K'iche' I
   •  KICH 2020 - Intermediate Maya K'iche' II

Accounting

   •  ACCT 2010 - Introductory Accounting I
   •  ACCT 2020 - Introductory Accounting II
   •  ACCT 3110 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACCT 3120 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACCT 3140 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACCT 4450 - Federal Taxation I
   •  ACCT 4700 - Federal Accounting

African-American and African Studies

   •  AAS 1010 - Introduction to African-American and African Studies I
   •  AAS 1020 - Introduction to African-American and African Studies II
   •  AAS 2224 - Black Femininities and Masculinities in the US Media
   •  AAS 2450 - The Health of Black Folks
   •  AAS 2700 - Festivals of the Americas
   •  AAS 3000 - Women and Religion in Africa
   •  AAS 3157 - Caribbean Perspectives
   •  AAS 3200 - Martin, Malcolm and America
   •  AAS 3231 - Rise and Fall of the Slave South
   •  AAS 3240 - Plantations in Africa and the Americas
   •  AAS 3250 - MotherLands: Landscapes of Hunger, Futures of Plenty
   •  AAS 3280 - Reading the Black College Campus
   •  AAS 3351 - African Diaspora Religions
   •  AAS 3356 - Culture, Race and World Politics
   •  AAS 3400 - Changing Worlds, Making Tradition: Culture and Identity in South Africa
   •  AAS 3456 - The Supreme Court and the Civil Rights Movement
   •  AAS 3457 - Issues in Civil Rights Law
   •  AAS 3471 - History of American Labor
   •  AAS 3500 - Intermediate Seminar in African-American & African Studies
   •  AAS 3652 - African American History since 1865
   •  AAS 3749 - Food and Meaning in Africa and the Diaspora
   •  AAS 4070 - Directed Reading and Research
   •  AAS 4080 - Thesis
   •  AAS 4109 - Civil Rights Movement and the Media
   •  AAS 4500 - Advanced Seminar in African-American and African Studies
   •  AAS 4501 - Advanced Research Seminar in History & AAS
   •  AAS 4570 - Advanced Research Seminar in African-American & African Studies
   •  AAS 4845 - Black Speculative Fiction
   •  AAS 4993 - Independent Study

Air Science

   •  AIRS 100 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  AIRS 101 - AFROTC Physical Training
   •  AIRS 1100 - The Foundations of the U.S. Air Force
   •  AIRS 1200 - The Foundations of the U.S. Air Force
   •  AIRS 2100 - The Evolution of Air and Space Power
   •  AIRS 2200 - The Evolution of Air and Space Power
   •  AIRS 3100 - Concepts of Air Force Leadership and Management
   •  AIRS 3200 - Concepts of Air Force Leadership and Management
   •  AIRS 4100 - National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty
 

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