Aug 21, 2019  
2017-2018 University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Finance

Courses are designated as FIN in the class schedule.

   •  FIN 415 - Quantitative Theory of Interest (3)
   •  FIN 425 - Commercial Bank and Financial Institution Management (3)
   •  FIN 432 - Financial Forecasting and Budgeting (3)
   •  FIN 433 - Problems in Business Finance (3)
   •  FIN 435 - Capital Markets and Fixed Income Analysis (3)
   •  FIN 440 - Business Valuation, Mergers and Acquisitions (3)
   •  FIN 442 - Advanced Investment Analysis (3)
   •  FIN 443 - Advanced Investment Analysis II (3)
   •  FIN 444 - Options and Futures (3)
   •  FIN 454 - Real Estate Market Analysis (3)
   •  FIN 461 - Business Property and Liability Risk Management (3)
   •  FIN 462 - Life and Health Insurance (3)
   •  FIN 463 - Professional Ethics, Corporate Compliance and Regulation (3)
   •  FIN 464 - Insurance Marketing and Distribution Strategies (3)
   •  FIN 489 - Advanced Financial Analysis with Excel (3)
   •  FIN 495 - Internship (3)
   •  FIN 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  FIN 517 - Managerial Finance (3)
   •  FIN 523 - Seminar in Corporate Financial Management (3)
   •  FIN 525 - Corporate Governance (3)
   •  FIN 528 - Seminar in Financial Economics (3)
   •  FIN 533 - Seminar in Financial Administration (3)
   •  FIN 540 - Seminar in Business Valuation, Mergers and Acquisitions (3)
   •  FIN 541 - Seminar in Investment Management (3)
   •  FIN 542 - Seminar in Financial Engineering (3)
   •  FIN 543 - Entrepreneurial Finance (3)
   •  FIN 551 - Seminar in Real Estate Investment (3)
   •  FIN 560 - Corporate Risk Management and Insurance Seminar (3)
   •  FIN 562 - Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) (3)
   •  FIN 570 - Seminar in International Financial Management (3)
   •  FIN 597 - Project (3)
   •  FIN 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Foreign Language Education

Courses are designated as FLED in the class schedule. Also see Single Subject Program in the College of Education.

   •  FLED 307 - Classroom Technology for Teaching Languages Other Than English (3)

French

Courses are designated FREN in the class schedule.

   •  FREN 101 - Fundamental French-A (5)
   •  FREN 102 - Fundamental French-B (5)
   •  FREN 203 - Intermediate French-A (3)
   •  FREN 204 - Intermediate French-B (3)
   •  FREN 300 - Advanced Oral Expression and Phonetics (3)
   •  FREN 307 - Advanced Composition and Grammar (3)
   •  FREN 308 - Advanced Composition and Grammar (3) (3)
   •  FREN 310 - French in the Professional World (3)
   •  FREN 311 - French for International Business (3)
   •  FREN 315 - Origins of Modern France (3)
   •  FREN 325 - Contemporary French Civilization (3)
   •  FREN 375 - Explorations in Literature (3)
   •  FREN 407 - French Film (3)
   •  FREN 408 - Advanced Writing: French Syntax and Morphology (3)
   •  FREN 409 - Techniques of French-English Translation (3)
   •  FREN 435T - Topics in French/Francophone Culture (3)
   •  FREN 466 - Introduction to French Linguistics (3)
   •  FREN 470 - French Literature & Power (3)
   •  FREN 471 - Literature and the Human Psyche (3)
   •  FREN 472 - Philosophical Exploration in Literature (3)
   •  FREN 475 - Seminar in 20th-Century French Literature (3)
   •  FREN 485 - Senior Seminar in French Studies (3)
   •  FREN 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

First Year Experience Courses

   •  UNIV 100 - Foundations for College Success and Lifelong Learning (1-3 units)
   •  UNIV 115 - Optimizing the Student-Athlete Experience (1)
   •  UNIV 397 - The Peer Mentoring Experience (1-3)
   •  UNIV 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

General Engineering

Courses are designated as EGGN in the class schedule.

   •  EGGN 100 - Introduction to Engineering (3)
   •  EGGN 205 - Digital Computation (3)
   •  EGGN 308 - Engineering Analysis (3)
   •  EGGN 314 - Engineering Economy (2)
   •  EGGN 403 - Computer Methods in Numerical Analysis (3)
   •  EGGN 495 - Professional Practice (1-3)
   •  EGGN 545 - Foundations of System Engineering (3)
   •  EGGN 550 - Decision and Risk Analysis (3)
   •  EGGN 571 - Modern Product Design (3)
   •  EGGN 572 - Decision Based Design (3)
   •  EGGN 597 - Project (3)

Geography

Courses are designated as GEOG in the class schedule.

   •  GEOG 100 - Global Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 110 - Intro to Natural Environment (3)
   •  GEOG 120 - Global Environmental Problems (3)
   •  GEOG 160 - Human Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 180 - Digital Earth: Introduction to Geospatial Technologies (3)
   •  GEOG 220 - Introduction to Gender and Social Space (3)
   •  GEOG 281 - Map Making with Geographic Information Systems (3)
   •  GEOG 283 - Introduction to Spatial Data (3)
   •  GEOG 300A - Geographical Thought (3)
   •  GEOG 300B - Geographic Methods (3)
   •  GEOG 311 - Weather and Climate (3)
   •  GEOG 312 - Geomorphology (3)
   •  GEOG 313 - Natural Vegetation (3)
   •  GEOG 321 - Nature and Society (3)
   •  GEOG 328 - Global Change and Environmental Systems (3)
   •  GEOG 329 - Cities and Nature (3)
   •  GEOG 330 - California (3)
   •  GEOG 332 - United States and Canada (3)
   •  GEOG 333 - Latin America (3)
   •  GEOG 336 - Europe (3)
   •  GEOG 340 - Asia (3)
   •  GEOG 342 - The Middle East (3)
   •  GEOG 344 - Africa (3)
   •  GEOG 345 - China (3)
   •  GEOG 357 - Cultural Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 360 - The Global Economy (3)
   •  GEOG 361 - Cities and Suburbs (3)
   •  GEOG 362 - Population Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 371 - The National Parks (3)
 

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