Jul 21, 2018  
Undergraduate Record 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate Record 2018-2019

Course Descriptions


 

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 2657 - Routes, Writing, Reggae
   •  AAS 2700 - Festivals of the Americas
   •  AAS 2740 - Peoples and Cultures of Africa
   •  AAS 3000 - Women and Religion in Africa
   •  AAS 3157 - Caribbean Perspectives
   •  AAS 3200 - Martin, Malcolm and America
   •  AAS 3210 - Slavery Since Emancipation
   •  AAS 3231 - Rise and Fall of the Slave South
   •  AAS 3240 - Plantations in Africa and the Americas
   •  AAS 3245 - Slavery in the Contemporary Literary Imagination
   •  AAS 3250 - MotherLands: Landscapes of Hunger, Futures of Plenty
   •  AAS 3280 - Reading the Black College Campus
   •  AAS 3300 - Social Science Perspectives on African American and African Studies
   •  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 3645 - Musical Fictions
   •  AAS 3652 - African American History since 1865
   •  AAS 3671 - History of the Civil Rights Movement
   •  AAS 3710 - African Worlds through Life Stories
   •  AAS 3745 - Currents in African Literature
   •  AAS 3749 - Food and Meaning in Africa and the Diaspora
   •  AAS 3810 - Race, Culture and Inequality
   •  AAS 3820 - Race, Medicine and Incarceration
   •  AAS 3830 - Being Human: Race, Technology, and the Arts
   •  AAS 3853 - From Redlined to Subprime: Race and Real Estate in the U.S.
   •  AAS 4070 - Directed Reading and Research
   •  AAS 4080 - Thesis
   •  AAS 4109 - Civil Rights Movement and the Media
   •  AAS 4471 - Black Women and Work
   •  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 4724 - Africa in the U.S. Media
   •  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
   •  AIRS 4200 - National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 1010 - Elementary American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 1020 - Elementary American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 2010 - Intermediate American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 2020 - Intermediate American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 2300 - Women and Gender In The Deaf World
   •  ASL 2450 - Deaf People, Society, and the Law
   •  ASL 3010 - Conversational ASL
   •  ASL 3015 - Language House Conversation in ASL
   •  ASL 3081 - History of the American Deaf Community
   •  ASL 3220 - Coda Literature: Deaf Culture, ASL, and Hearing Children of the Deaf
   •  ASL 3400 - Deafness in Literature and Film
   •  ASL 3410 - Contemporary Disability Theory
   •  ASL 3450 - Comparative Linguistics: ASL and English
   •  ASL 4112 - Psychology and Deaf People
   •  ASL 4115 - Multiculturalism in the Deaf Community
   •  ASL 4750 - Topics in Deaf Studies
   •  ASL 4993 - Independent Study in American Sign Language

American Studies

   •  AMST 1050 - Slavery and Its Legacies
   •  AMST 2001 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AMST 2155 - Whiteness & Religion: Religious Foundations of a Racial Category
   •  AMST 2210 - Arts of the Harlem Renaissance
   •  AMST 2220 - Race, Identity and American Visual Culture
   •  AMST 2231 - Native Americans in Popular Culture
   •  AMST 2233 - Contemporary Native American Literature
   •  AMST 2300 - Introduction to U.S. Latino Studies
   •  AMST 2321 - Latinx Fiction and Film
   •  AMST 2420 - Cultural Landscapes of the United States
   •  AMST 2422 - Point of View Journalism
   •  AMST 2460 - Language in the U.S.
   •  AMST 2470 - Disney
   •  AMST 2500 - Major Works for American Studies
   •  AMST 2660 - Spiritual But Not Religious: Spirituality in America
   •  AMST 2753 - Arts and Cultures of the Slave South
   •  AMST 3001 - Theories and Methods of American Studies
   •  AMST 3050 - Critical Ethnic Studies
   •  AMST 3180 - Introduction to Asian American Studies
   •  AMST 3200 - African American Political Thought
   •  AMST 3221 - Hands-On Public History
   •  AMST 3321 - Race and Ethnicity in Latinx Literature
 

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