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    California State University Fullerton
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Art

Courses are designated as ART in the class schedule.

   •  ART 511 - Seminar on the Content and Method of Art History (3)
   •  ART 512 - Seminar on Selected Topics in Art History (3)
   •  ART 518 - Graduate Seminar in Creative Photography (3)
   •  ART 548 - Graduate Problems in Artists' Books (3)
   •  ART 563C - Graduate Studies in Digital Narrative Illustration (3)
   •  ART 578 - Graduate Studio Expanded: Other Genre (3)
   •  ART 579 - Graduate Video and the Moving Image (3)
   •  ART 580T - Selected Topics in Art History (3)
   •  ART 588T - Graduate Topics in Creative Photography (3)
   •  ART 597 - Project (3-6)
   •  ART 598 - Thesis (3)
   •  ART 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Art Education

Art Education courses are designated as ARTE in the class schedule.

   •  ARTE 442 - Teaching Art in the K-12 Schools (3)
   •  ARTE 449E - Externship in K-12 Teaching (3)
   •  ARTE 449I - Internship in K-12 Teaching (10)
   •  ARTE 449S - Seminar in K-12 Teaching (3)

Asian American Studies

Courses are designated as ASAM in the class schedule.

   •  ASAM 101 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 190 - Survey of American History with Emphasis on Ethnic Minorities (3)
   •  ASAM 201 - The History of Asian Pacific Americans (3)
   •  ASAM 220 - Vietnamese Communities in the U.S. (3)
   •  ASAM 230 - Civic Engagement Through Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 300 - Introduction to Asian Pacific American Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 307 - Research and Writing in Ethnic Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 308 - Asian American Women (3)
   •  ASAM 309 - Vietnamese American Women (3)
   •  ASAM 320 - Asian American Creative Expression (3)
   •  ASAM 322 - Asian Pacific Americans and Religion (3)
   •  ASAM 325 - Asian American Film and Video (3)
   •  ASAM 327 - Asian American Literature (3)
   •  ASAM 331 - Vietnamese American Community Health (3)
   •  ASAM 340 - Asian American Communication (3)
   •  ASAM 342 - Asian Pacific American Families (3)
   •  ASAM 344 - Asian Pacific American Identities (3)
   •  ASAM 346 - Asian American Psychology (3)
   •  ASAM 360 - Multiple Heritage Asian American and Pacific Islanders (3)
   •  ASAM 362A - Filipina/o American Experience (3)
   •  ASAM 364 - The South Asian American Experience (3)
   •  ASAM 365 - Vietnamese American Experiences (3)
   •  ASAM 366 - The Korean American Experience (3)
   •  ASAM 370 - The Chinese American Experience (3)
   •  ASAM 382 - World War II Japanese American Evacuation (3)
   •  ASAM 389 - Literature About the War in Vietnam (3)
   •  ASAM 390 - Vietnamese American Cultural Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 395 - Asian Pacific American Transnationalisms (3)
   •  ASAM 458 - The Vietnam Wars (3)
   •  ASAM 464E - The Vietnam War from the Vietnamese Perspective (3)
   •  ASAM 477C - American Immigration History (3)
   •  ASAM 485 - Service-Learning Vietnamese Community (3)
   •  ASAM 495 - Internship in Asian American Studies (3)
   •  ASAM 496 - Student-to-Student Tutorials (1-3)
   •  ASAM 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Astronomy

Courses are designated ASTR as in the class schedule.

   •  ASTR 101 - Introduction to Astronomy (3)
   •  ASTR 101L - Introduction to Astronomy Laboratory (1)

Biological Science

Courses are designated as BIOL in the class schedule. Unless otherwise designated, prerequisites may be waived by the instructor of the course if the instructor is satisfied that the student is qualified for the course.

   •  BIOL 101 - Elements of Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 101L - Elements of Biology Laboratory (1)
   •  BIOL 102 - Biology for Future Teachers (3)
   •  BIOL 151 - Cellular and Molecular Biology (4)
   •  BIOL 152 - Evolution and Organismal Biology (4)
   •  BIOL 171 - Evolution and Biodiversity (4)
   •  BIOL 172 - Cellular Basis of Life (4)
   •  BIOL 191A - Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology A (4)
   •  BIOL 191B - Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology B (4)
   •  BIOL 202 - Microbiology for Nursing and Allied Health Professionals (4)
   •  BIOL 210 - Human Anatomy and Physiology (3)
   •  BIOL 273 - Genetics and Molecular Biology (4)
   •  BIOL 274 - Principles of Physiology and Ecology (4)
   •  BIOL 280R - Research Preparatory Proseminar (1)
   •  BIOL 280S - Research Careers Preparatory Skills Laboratory (2)
   •  BIOL 299L - Directed Laboratory Study (1-3)
   •  BIOL 300 - Environmental Biology and Sustainability (3)
   •  BIOL 301 - Problems in Environmental Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 302 - General Microbiology (4)
   •  BIOL 303 - Intermediate Cell Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 304 - Supervised Biology Laboratory Instruction (2)
   •  BIOL 305 - Human Heredity and Development (3)
   •  BIOL 306 - Biology of Aging (3)
   •  BIOL 309 - Intermediate Molecular Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 310 - Human Physiology (3)
   •  BIOL 310L - Human Physiology Laboratory (1)
   •  BIOL 311 - Nutrition and Disease (3)
   •  BIOL 314 - Population and Community Ecology (3)
   •  BIOL 317 - Field Marine Biology (4)
   •  BIOL 318 - Wildlife Conservation (3)
   •  BIOL 319 - Marine Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 322 - Human Behavioral Ecology (3)
   •  BIOL 325 - Principles of Evolution (3)
   •  BIOL 327 - Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine (3)
   •  BIOL 329 - Essential Techniques in Cell Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 330 - Sustainability Ecology: American Indian Models (3)
   •  BIOL 340 - Field Botany (3)
   •  BIOL 344 - Survey of the Land Plants (4)
   •  BIOL 345 - Plant Biology (3)
   •  BIOL 352 - Plants and Life (3)
   •  BIOL 360 - Biology of Human Sexuality (3)
   •  BIOL 361 - Human Anatomy (4)
   •  BIOL 362 - Mammalian Physiology (4)
   •  BIOL 400 - Seminar in Biology Education (2)
   •  BIOL 401 - Biogeography (3)
   •  BIOL 402 - Computer Lab in Molecular Systematics (3)
   •  BIOL 404 - Evolution (3)
 

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