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    California State University Fullerton
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Counseling

Courses are designated as COUN in the class schedule.

   •  COUN 500 - The Counseling Profession (3)
   •  COUN 502 - Career and Lifestyle Development (3)
   •  COUN 511 - Pre-Practicum (3)
   •  COUN 518 - Human Development and Functioning (3)
   •  COUN 520 - Modes of Individual Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 521 - Research in Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 522 - Techniques of Brief Treatment and Assessment (3)
   •  COUN 523 - Counseling and Culture (3)
   •  COUN 524 - Child and Adolescent Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 525 - Psychopharmacology for Counselors (3)
   •  COUN 526 - Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 527 - Systems of Family Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 528 - Groups: Process and Practice (3)
   •  COUN 530 - Practicum (3)
   •  COUN 535 - Addictions Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 538 - Crisis Intervention and Trauma Treatment (3)
   •  COUN 560 - Appraisal in Counseling (3)
   •  COUN 562 - Counseling Couples (3)
   •  COUN 584 - Advanced Practicum (3)
   •  COUN 590 - Advanced Counseling Techniques (1-3)
   •  COUN 591 - Advanced Practicum II (3)
   •  COUN 597 - Project (3)
   •  COUN 598 - Thesis (1-3)
   •  COUN 599 - Independent Study (1-3)

Comparative Literature

Courses are designated as CPLT in the class schedule.

   •  CPLT 312 - The Bible as Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 315 - Classical Mythology in World Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 324 - World Literature to 1650 (3)
   •  CPLT 325 - World Literature from 1650 (3)
   •  CPLT 345T - Trends and Movements in English Studies and Comparative Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 355T - Images of Women in Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 356 - Queer Literature and Theory (3)
   •  CPLT 367 - Introduction to Law and Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 375 - Literature in the Age of Film (3)
   •  CPLT 380 - Introduction to Asian Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 381 - African Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 382T - Topics in Asian Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 388 - Reading Food in Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 389 - Literature About the War in Vietnam (3)
   •  CPLT 450 - Medieval Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 451 - Literature of the Renaissance (3)
   •  CPLT 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  CPLT 525T - Proseminar in Literature, Rhetoric, or Writing (3)
   •  CPLT 571T - Graduate Seminar: Major Writers (3)
   •  CPLT 572T - Graduate Seminar: Literary Genres (3)
   •  CPLT 573T - Graduate Seminar: Cultural Periods (3)
   •  CPLT 574T - Graduate Seminar: Special Problems in Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 575T - Graduate Seminar: Topics in Teaching (3)
   •  CPLT 579T - Graduate Seminar: Problems in Criticism (3)
   •  CPLT 599 - Independent Study (1-3)

Comparative Religion

Courses are designated as CPRL in the class schedule.

   •  CPRL 100 - Introduction to the Study of Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 105 - Religion and the Quest for Meaning (3)
   •  CPRL 110 - Religions of the World (3)
   •  CPRL 200 - Introduction to Christianity (3)
   •  CPRL 201 - Introduction to the New Testament (3)
   •  CPRL 210 - Introduction to Judaism (3)
   •  CPRL 246A - Basic Hatha Yoga (2)
   •  CPRL 246B - Intermediate Hatha Yoga (2)
   •  CPRL 250 - Introduction to Islam (3)
   •  CPRL 270T - Introduction to the Asian Religions (3)
   •  CPRL 280 - Introduction to Buddhism (3)
   •  CPRL 300 - Methods of Studying Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 301 - Sanskrit (3)
   •  CPRL 302 - Religion and Ecology (3)
   •  CPRL 305 - Anthropology of Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 306 - Contemporary Practices of the World's Religions (3)
   •  CPRL 311 - Religion and Film (3)
   •  CPRL 312 - The Bible as Literature (3)
   •  CPRL 320 - The End of the World (3)
   •  CPRL 321 - Psychology of Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 322 - Asian Pacific Americans and Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 325 - African American Religions and Spirituality (3)
   •  CPRL 330T - Hebrew Scriptural Studies (3)
   •  CPRL 331T - New Testament Studies (3)
   •  CPRL 332 - Islamic Scriptural Studies (3)
   •  CPRL 333 - Religion and Sexuality (3)
   •  CPRL 335 - Judaism, Christianity and Islam Compared (3)
   •  CPRL 337 - American Indian Religions and Philosophy (3)
   •  CPRL 341 - Hindu Tradition to 400 B.C.E. (3)
   •  CPRL 342 - Hindu Tradition from 400 B.C.E. (3)
   •  CPRL 346 - Vietnamese Buddhism (3)
   •  CPRL 348 - Philosophy of Religion (3)
   •  CPRL 350T - Major Christian Traditions (3)
   •  CPRL 351 - History and Development of Early Christian Thought (3)
   •  CPRL 352 - History and Development of Modern Christian Thought (3)
   •  CPRL 354T - Topics in Buddhism (3)
   •  CPRL 358 - Comparative Mysticism (3)
   •  CPRL 361 - History and Development of Jewish Thought: Biblical and Rabbinical Eras (3)
   •  CPRL 362 - History and Development of Jewish Thought: Medieval and Modern Eras (3)
   •  CPRL 367 - Religion in Latino/a Life (3)
   •  CPRL 370 - New Religious Movements in the U.S.A. (3)
   •  CPRL 371 - History and Development of Islamic Thought: The Beginning to 1258 (3)
   •  CPRL 372 - History and Development of Islamic Thought: 1259 to Modern Times (3)
   •  CPRL 373 - Women in Islam (3)
   •  CPRL 374 - Issues in Contemporary Islam (3)
   •  CPRL 375 - Conceptions of the Afterlife (3)
   •  CPRL 380 - Religion and Violence (3)
   •  CPRL 381 - Religion and Politics in the United States (3)
   •  CPRL 385 - The Theosophy of H.P. Blavatsky and Her Masters (3)
   •  CPRL 387 - Reincarnation, Immortality, Resurrection (3)
   •  CPRL 397 - Religion and Science (3)
 

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