ARCHIVED 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 30, 2020  
ARCHIVED 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Special Education

  
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    SPED 606 - Intervention for Young Children with Developmental Disabilities


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 620 - Education in a Diverse Society


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 630 - Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disabilities


      

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 631 - Appraisal of Exceptional Children


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 632 - Preschool Disorders: Assess. and Evaluation


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 681 - Seminar in Learning Disabilities


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 682 - Research in Special Education


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 684 - Teaching Students with Behavioral Disorders


    Credits: (3)
  
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    SPED 687 - Practicum in Special Education


    Credits: (1-3, R9)
  
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    SPED 688 - Practicum in Special Education


    Credits: (1-3, R3)
  
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    SPED 779 - Continuing Research—Non-Thesis Option


      

    Credits: (1-3)

Sport Management

  
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    SM 260 - Introduction to Sport Management


    Career opportunities, competencies, and management skills; overview of management functions and ethics; history of sport management.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 315 - Introduction to Intramurals and Recreational Sport Management


    Organization, administration, history, and theoretical concepts of intramurals and recreational sport management in the public school, college, and military settings.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Junior standing or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 330 - Aquatic Recreation Management


    Organization, programming, facility design, and maintenance in various aquatic recreational environments. Course may lead to Certified Pool Operator certification. This course is cross-listed with PRM 330.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 340 - Sport Ethics


    Examination of ethical principles to sport-specific issues within the context of managing sport services. (P4)

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 340 - Sport Ethics


    Examination of ethical principles to sport-specific issues within the context of managing sport services.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 260.

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 380 - Independent Study


    A topic in sport management agreed upon by student and instructor.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: ENGL 102; permission of department head.

    Credits: (1-3, R3)
  
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    SM 383 - Apprenticeship


    Apprenticeship to develop necessary skills before entering the required internship. 3 Lab.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of department head.

    Credits: (1, R3)
  
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    SM 389 - Cooperative Education in Sport Management


    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of instructor. See Cooperative Education Program.

    Credits: (1 or 3, R15)
  
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    SM 420 - Risk Management and Liability in Sport


    Liability associated with sports and the sport industry, including risk management systems and legal strategies to minimize liability.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 423 - Sociology of Sport


    Social issues in sport examined from historical, cross-cultural, and sociological perspectives with attention to impact of race, gender, and social class on participation. This course is cross-listed with SOC 423.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Junior standing; SM 260 for SM majors.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 435 - Sport Event Management and Sponsorship


    Study of current trends and the management and marketing of sporting events and sport facilities. Basic terminology and building designs of sport facilities are also discussed.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Junior standing.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 445 - Sport Administration


    Current issues in sport administration.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 460 - Financial Aspects of Sport


    Financial considerations important to sport; budgeting, fundraising, and economic impact of sport events; historical aspects.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: SM 260.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 461 - Sport Marketing


    Historical study of sport marketing; techniques in developing sport sponsorship proposals and effective sport promotions; sport marketing applications.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: SM 260 for sport management majors; junior standing.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 484 - Internship in Sport Management


    Experiences relating theory to practice in a specific area of sport management.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of program coordinator or completion of all required coursework in the major; 2.3 cumulative grade point average, “C” or better in all SM prefix courses.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 485 - Internship in Sport Management


    Experiences relating theory to practice in a specific area of sport management.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of program coordinator or completion of all required coursework in the major; 2.5 cumulative grade point average, “C” or better in all SM prefix courses.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 495 - Sport Management Seminar


    Analysis of management, organizational structure, and strategic planning in sport organizations; current issues in sport management.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: SM major; SM 260; senior standing.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    SM 620 - Sport Administration


      

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 623 - Philosophical Foundations of Sport


      

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 630 - Economic and Financial Aspects of Sport


      

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 640 - Sport Marketing


       

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 650 - Event and Facility Management


       

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 660 - Sport Governance


       

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 670 - Media and Public Relations in Sport


        

    Credits: 3
  
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    SM 683 - Practicum


      

    Credits: 9

Telecommunications Engineering Technology

  
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    TEL 312 - Electronic Communication Fundamentals


    Fundamental principles of communications theory including spectrum analysis, noise, and modulation techniques. 3 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: ECET 242 and MATH 153.

    Credits: (4)
  
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    TEL 345 - Introduction to Local Area Networks


    Study of local area network architectures, protocols, and operating systems with emphasis on the first three levels of the OSI model. 3 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: ECET 290 or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (4)
  
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    TEL 346 - Wide Area Networks


    Study of transmission equipment, switching technologies, interconnection, and protocols associated with the telecommunications industry. 3 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 345.

    Credits: (4)
  
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    TEL 444 - Wireless Systems


    Application of communication theory, digital signal processing, and digital modulation to wireless systems. 3 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 312 or equivalent.

    Credits: (4)
  
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    TEL 445 - Network Planning and Design I


    An engineering approach to establishing telecommunications networks locally and globally. Communications network simulation is introduced and used to design networks. 2 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 346.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    TEL 446 - Telecommunications Management


    A study of the technical and management issues associated with the administration of complex, highly integrated networks. A variety of hardware and software tools will be discussed. 2 Lecture, 2 Lab/week.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 346.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    TEL 480 - Problems in Telecommunications


    Independent study in telecommunications engineering technology: project required.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of adviser and instructor.

    Credits: (1-3, R6)
  
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    TEL 493 - Special Topics


    Current topics in telecommunications.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of instructor.

    Credits: (1-3, R6)
  
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    TEL 495 - Seminar on Telecommunications


    Study of current issues in the telecommunications industry, to include legislative acts, business trends, and emerging technology.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Senior standing.

    Credits: (3)

Theatre

  
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    THEA 104 - The Theatre Experience


    Analysis of what the theatre is about, what goes on in the theatre, and what it means to be a viewer. (P5)

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 130 - Makeup


    Application of stage makeup.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    THEA 131 - Introduction to Professions in Theatre


    Survey of theatre and related professions for beginning majors and minors. 2 Lecture, 2 Lab.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 140 - Acting I


    Introduction to the basic principles of acting.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 170 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Orientation to theatre production.  Participation in creation and presentation of public performances.  1 Lecture, 2 Lab.  S/U Grading.

    Credits: (1, R4)
  
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    THEA 172 - Theatre Production: Stagecraft


    Hands-on participation in the construction/painting of stage scenery. 4 Lab.

    Credits: (1, R2)
  
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    THEA 173 - Theatre Production: Costume


    Hands-on participation in the construction of stage costumes and accessories. 4 Lab.

    Credits: (1, R2)
  
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    THEA 191 - Integral Arts


    Exploring the integral nature of art as how we live, record our life and world, and imagine our future.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 220 - Stage Movement


    Basic stage movement techniques using physicality to create realistic and effective characterizations.  Includes Stage Combat.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 231 - Stagecrafts for Theatre, Motion Pictures and TV


    Introduction to set construction, costumes, properties, lighting, sound, technology and related crafts and related fields.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 240 - Voice and Articulation


    Breath and sound production, vocal range, projection, and vowel and consonant production for standard American speech and character voices.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 260 - Dialects


    The study of dialects and accents for the actor.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    240.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    THEA 270 - Theatre Arts Workshops I


    Practical experience: performance crews in theatre productions. 3 lab per credit hour.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of instructor.

    Credits: (1-3, R6)
  
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    THEA 271 - Theatre in Education Workshop I


    Experiential development of theatre with an educational goal focused on culture, literature, art, music, and service. (P5)

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 302 - Dramatic Literature and Criticism


    A survey of Western dramatic literature and modes of criticism from antiquity to contemporary theater.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 310 - Black Theatre Experience


    The study and performance of theatre and theatrical works related to the African-American experience. (P5)

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 330 - Makeup II


    Advanced makeup techniques and makeup design integrating makeup, hair, and wigs. Project oriented. 3 Lab.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 130.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    THEA 332 - Introduction to Design for Stage and Screen


    Principles and practices of design as applied to theatre, motion pictures and television. Project oriented.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 131.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 333 - Scenic Technology


    Advanced theory and practice in technology associated with scenic construction, emphasis on preparation for supervision of a basic scene shop.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 332.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 335 - Lighting Technology


    Advanced theory and practices in technology associated with theatre lighting, emphasis on preparation for supervision of lighting crew.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 332.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 337 - Costume Technology


    Advanced theory and practice associated with costume construction, emphasis on preparation for supervision of a basic costume shop.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 332.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 340 - Acting II


    Introduction to character analysis and styles.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 131, 140.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 341 - Acting III


    Advanced scene work for theatre majors.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 340.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 345 - Acting for the Camera I


    The art of acting as it relates to the television/film environment.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 140 or 340.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 346 - Acting for the Camera II


      

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 345.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 350 - Directing I


    Survey and practical application of the basic theories of play directing.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 131, 140, 231.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 351 - Directing II


    Directing colloquium: production problems and solutions.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 350.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 370 - Theatre Arts Workshops II


    Practical experience, performance, leadership portions of theatre productions. 3 lab per credit hour.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of instructor.

    Credits: (1-3, R6)
  
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    THEA 389 - Cooperative Education in Theatre Arts


    See Cooperative Education Program.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Completed 60 hours and permission of department head.

    Credits: (1-3, R6)
  
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    THEA 400 - History of the Theatre I


    Origins, development of theatrical forms, and style through the study of acting, physical facilities, design, and cultural milieu; Greek period to 1700.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 60 hours.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 401 - History of the Theatre II


    Origins, development of theatrical forms, and style through the study of acting, physical facilities, design, and cultural milieu; 1700 to present.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 60 hours.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 433 - Scene Design


    Theory and practice in the design of stage scenery. Project oriented, emphasis on portfolio preparation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 333.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 435 - Lighting Design


    Theory and practice in the design of stage lighting. Project oriented, emphasis on portfolio preparation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 335.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 437 - Costume Design


    Theory and practice in the design of theatrical costumes. Project oriented, emphasis on portfolio preparation.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 337 or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 438 - Costume and History


    Survey of costume/clothing as a statement of personal identity, and as a mirror of society. Ancient world through 20th century.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 441 - Acting IV


    In-depth character analysis and application.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: 341.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 483 - Internship in Theatre Arts


    Work experience in the theatre industry. S/U grading. 9 hours per week per 3-hour course.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Completed 60 hours and/or permission of department head.

    Credits: (3, R9)
  
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    THEA 486 - Theatre Production


    Intensive training in performance, design, or theatre technology.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Permission of department head.

    Credits: (3, R12)
  
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    THEA 493 - Selected Topics in Theatre Studies


    Study in a special area of interest in theatre.

    Credits: (1-3, R9)
  
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    THEA 496 - Seminar in Professional Development


    Seminar in career preparation for the emerging professional.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Senior status.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    THEA 499 - BFA Thesis/Senior Showcase


       

    Credits: (2)
  
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    THEA 586 - Theatre Production


       

    Credits: (3)
  
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    THEA 593 - Selected Topics in Theatre Arts


       

    Credits: (3)

University Studies-Interdisciplinary

  
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    USI 101 - Honors Forum


    Interdisciplinary introduction to the academic milieuscholarly controversy, the ferment of ideas, study, and research.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    USI 130 - The University Experience


    Introduction to the university and to higher education. Discussion of issues involved in the transition from high school to college. Emphasis on academic and career planning and personal development.

    Credits: (1)
  
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    USI 393 - Topics in International Studies I


    Interdisciplinary introduction to the civilization and culture of a particular country or region and its relationship with the United States.

    Credits: (3, R6)
  
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    USI 394 - Topics in Cherokee Studies


    Selected individual or interdisciplinary aspects of Cherokee culture and society offered by various departments.

    Credits: (3, R9)
  
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    USI 395 - Topics in International Studies II


    Interdisciplinary study of the civilization, environment, and culture of a country or region and its relationships with the United States and the world community.

    Credits: (1-3, R4)
  
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    USI 396 - Honors Colloquium


    Interdisciplinary discussion of a topic of special concern selected in consultation with honors students.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Junior standing, 3.0 GPA.

    Credits: (3, R6)
  
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    USI 401 - Washington Experience


    A seminar-style course taught as part of “UNC in Washington” Student Internship Program.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Enrollment in UNC in Washington program.

    Credits: (3)
  
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    USI 497 - Honors Seminar


    Interdisciplinary seminar featuring student research directed toward a topic selected in consultation with honors students.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    PREQ: Junior standing with 3.0 GPA.

    Credits: (3, R6)
  
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    USI 693 - Topics in Graduate Education


    Credits: (1-3, R6)
 

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