Jun 20, 2019  
2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Nursing

Courses are designated as NURS in the class schedule. Note: All clinical nursing courses for the B.S. in Nursing require admission to the university and to the School of Nursing as a nursing major. The School of Nursing application, health care information listed under the “Bachelor of Science in Nursing” text above, and references are also required.

   •  NURS 692 - Professional Nurse Anesthesia Role: Comprehensive Clinical Integration (3)
   •  NURS 693L - Nurse Anesthesia Practicum V (6)
   •  NURS 694 - Advanced Pharmacology III (3)
   •  NURS 695 - Seminar in Integrative Clinical Scholarship (2)
   •  NURS 697A - Integrative Clinical Scholarship I: Evidence-Based Practice (1)
   •  NURS 697B - Integrative Clinical Scholarship II: Evidence-Based Practice (3)
   •  NURS 697C - Integrative Clinical Scholarship III: Evidence-Based Practice (3)
   •  NURS 699 - Independent Doctoral Study (1-3)

Persian

Courses are designated PERS in the class schedule.

   •  PERS 101 - Fundamental Persian-A (5)
   •  PERS 102 - Fundamental Persian-B (5)
   •  PERS 201 - Persian for Persian Speakers - A (3)
   •  PERS 202 - Persian for Persian Speakers - B (3)
   •  PERS 203 - Intermediate Persian-A (3)
   •  PERS 299 - Directed Study (1-3)
   •  PERS 300 - Persian Conversation (3)
   •  PERS 305 - Advanced Persian - A (3)
   •  PERS 306 - Advanced Persian - B (3)
   •  PERS 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Philosophy

Courses are designated as PHIL in the class schedule.

   •  PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 101 - Meaning, Purpose, and the Good Life (3)
   •  PHIL 105 - Critical Thinking (3)
   •  PHIL 106 - Introduction to Logic (3)
   •  PHIL 110 - Religions of the World (3)
   •  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 227 - Video Games, the Arts and Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 290 - History of Philosophy: Greek Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 291 - History of Philosophy: Medieval Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 300 - History of Philosophy: Rationalism and Empiricism (3)
   •  PHIL 301 - History of Philosophy: Kant and the 19th Century (3)
   •  PHIL 302 - Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)
   •  PHIL 303 - Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (3)
   •  PHIL 311 - Aesthetics: Philosophy of Art and Beauty (3)
   •  PHIL 312 - Business and Professional Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 313 - Environmental Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 314 - Medical Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 315 - Philosophical Argument and Writing (3)
   •  PHIL 316 - Research Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 320 - Contemporary Moral Issues (3)
   •  PHIL 323 - Existentialism (3)
   •  PHIL 324 - Existential Group (3)
   •  PHIL 325 - Philosophy of Sex and Love (3)
   •  PHIL 333 - Evolution and Creation (3)
   •  PHIL 341 - Assumptions of Psychotherapy (3)
   •  PHIL 342 - Experimental and Empirical Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 343 - Philosophy of Feminism (3)
   •  PHIL 345 - Social and Political Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 348 - Philosophy of Religion (3)
   •  PHIL 349 - Philosophy, Literature and Cinema (3)
   •  PHIL 350 - Asian Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 352 - Philosophy of Asian Martial Arts (3)
   •  PHIL 354T - Topics in Buddhism (3)
   •  PHIL 355 - Philosophy of Law (3)
   •  PHIL 368 - First Course in Symbolic Logic (3)
   •  PHIL 375 - Meaning and Mind (3)
   •  PHIL 377 - Philosophical Approaches to Race, Class, and Gender (3)
   •  PHIL 379 - American Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 380 - Analytic Philosophy: 1900 to 1950 (3)
   •  PHIL 381 - The Analytic Tradition: 1950 to the Present (3)
   •  PHIL 382 - Marx and Marxism (3)
   •  PHIL 383 - Postmodernism (3)
   •  PHIL 384 - Philosophy of the Body (3)
   •  PHIL 390 - Philosophy of Time (3)
   •  PHIL 399 - Directed Study (1-3)
   •  PHIL 400 - Ethical and Professional Issues in Human Services (3)
   •  PHIL 401 - Knowledge in the Arts and Sciences (3)
   •  PHIL 405 - Advanced Topics in Applied Legal Reasoning (3)
   •  PHIL 409 - Meta-Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 410 - Ethical Theory (3)
   •  PHIL 416 - Advanced Research Ethics (3)
   •  PHIL 420 - Metaphysics (3)
   •  PHIL 425 - Phenomenology (3)
   •  PHIL 430 - Epistemology (3)
   •  PHIL 435 - Philosophy of Language (3)
   •  PHIL 440 - Philosophy of Mind (3)
   •  PHIL 447T - Seminar in Selected Problems (3)
   •  PHIL 448 - Death, Aging, and Meaning (3)
   •  PHIL 450 - Normative Theory and Public Affairs (3)
   •  PHIL 455 - Seminar in Values (3)
   •  PHIL 470 - Seminar in Metaphysics and Epistemology (3)
   •  PHIL 480 - Seminar in the History of Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 490 - Seminar in Contemporary Philosophy (3)
   •  PHIL 493 - Senior Internship in Ethics and Society (3)
   •  PHIL 496 - Tutorial (1-3)
   •  PHIL 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Physics

Courses are designated as PHYS in the class schedule. A “C” (2.0) or better is required in all prerequisite courses. Prerequisite requirements with exception of the grade requirement may be waived by the instructor of the course if the instructor is satisfied that the student is qualified to undertake the course.

   •  PHYS 101 - Survey of Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 101L - Survey of Physics Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 102 - Physical Science for Future Elementary Teachers (3)
   •  PHYS 211 - Elementary Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 211L - Elementary Physics: Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 212 - Elementary Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 212L - Elementary Physics: Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 225 - Fundamental Physics: Mechanics (3)
   •  PHYS 225L - Fundamental Physics: Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 226 - Fundamental Physics: Electricity and Magnetism (3)
   •  PHYS 226L - Fundamental Physics: Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 227 - Fundamental Physics: Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics (1-3)
   •  PHYS 227L - Fundamental Physics: Laboratory (1)
   •  PHYS 300 - Survey of Mathematical Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 301 - Energy and the Sustainability (3)
   •  PHYS 310 - Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory, and Statistical Physics (3)
 

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