Sep 24, 2019  
2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

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 315 - Computational Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 320 - Classical Mechanics (3)
   •  PHYS 330A - Electromagnetic Theory I (3)
   •  PHYS 330B - Electromagnetic Theory II (3)
   •  PHYS 340 - Modern Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 380 - Methods of Experimental Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 411 - Modern Optics (3)
   •  PHYS 416 - Thermal and Statistical Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 454 - Introduction to the Solid State of Matter (3)
   •  PHYS 455 - Introduction to Quantum Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 460T - Advanced Topics in Contemporary Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 476 - Atomic/Molecular Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 481 - Experimental Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 495 - Internship (1-3)
   •  PHYS 496 - Student-to-Student Tutorials (1-3)
   •  PHYS 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  PHYS 510 - Mathematical Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 516 - Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics (3)
   •  PHYS 520 - Analytical Mechanics (3)
   •  PHYS 530A - Electromagnetic Theory I (3)
   •  PHYS 530B - Electromagnetic Theory II (3)
   •  PHYS 554 - Solid State Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 555A - Quantum Physics I (3)
   •  PHYS 555B - Quantum Physics II (3)
   •  PHYS 560T - Advanced Topics in Contemporary Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 581 - Advanced Experimental Physics (3)
   •  PHYS 597 - Project (1-3)
   •  PHYS 598 - Thesis (1-4)
   •  PHYS 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Portuguese

Courses are designated PORT in the class schedule.

   •  PORT 101 - Fundamental Portuguese-A (4)
   •  PORT 102 - Fundamental Portuguese-B (4)
   •  PORT 105 - Introduction to Lusophone Culture and Language (5)
   •  PORT 214 - Intermediate Portuguese Language and Culture (5)
   •  PORT 301 - Advanced Portuguese through the Arts (3)
   •  PORT 310 - Portuguese in the Business World (3)
   •  PORT 317 - Advanced Conversation and Composition (3)
   •  PORT 320 - Introduction to Luso-Brazilian Culture and Civilization (3)
   •  PORT 325 - Contemporary Brazilian Civilization (3)
   •  PORT 385 - Brazilian Cultural Communication Through Narrative (3)
   •  PORT 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Political Science

Courses are designated as POSC in the class schedule. POSC 100 or its equivalent is the prerequisite for all upper-division political science courses. Prerequisites may be waived only with consent of instructor.

   •  POSC 100 - American Government (3)
   •  POSC 200 - Introduction to the Study of Politics (3)
   •  POSC 201 - Methods and Skills in Political Science (3)
   •  POSC 300 - Contemporary Issues in California Government and Politics (3)
   •  POSC 305 - Introduction to State and Local Politics (3)
   •  POSC 309 - Introduction to Metropolitan Politics (3)
   •  POSC 310 - Political Behavior and Motivation (3)
   •  POSC 315 - Politics and Policy Making in America (3)
   •  POSC 317 - Black Politics (3)
   •  POSC 320 - Introduction to Public Management and Policy (3)
   •  POSC 321 - Research in Public Management (3)
   •  POSC 322 - Leadership for Public Service (3)
   •  POSC 324 - Nonprofit Organizations (3)
   •  POSC 325 - The Politics of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (3)
   •  POSC 330 - Politics in Nation-States (3)
   •  POSC 331 - Third World Politics Through Literature (3)
   •  POSC 340 - Political Philosophy (3)
   •  POSC 350 - World Politics in the 21st Century (3)
   •  POSC 352 - American Foreign Policy (3)
   •  POSC 361 - Model United Nations (3)
   •  POSC 375 - Law, Politics and Society (3)
   •  POSC 376 - Legal Tools for Political Research (3)
   •  POSC 381 - Religion and Politics in the United States (3)
   •  POSC 402 - Cal State DC (3)
   •  POSC 403 - Politics and Policy in Sacramento (3)
   •  POSC 404 - Capital Punishment (3)
   •  POSC 405 - Campaigns and Elections (3)
   •  POSC 407 - Polls, Statistics and Political Interpretation (3)
   •  POSC 410 - Political Parties (3)
   •  POSC 411 - Art of Administration (3)
   •  POSC 412 - Practicing Politics (3)
   •  POSC 413 - U.S. Congress (3)
   •  POSC 416 - Presidents and the Presidency (3)
   •  POSC 417 - Film and Politics (3)
   •  POSC 421 - Government and the Economy (3)
   •  POSC 422 - Human Resources Management (3)
   •  POSC 423 - Gender Issues in Public Management (3)
   •  POSC 424 - Health Policy (3)
   •  POSC 425 - Policy Analysis (3)
   •  POSC 426 - Education Politics and Policy (3)
   •  POSC 427 - Metropolitan Politics and Policymaking (3)
   •  POSC 431T - Government and Politics of a Selected Area (3)
   •  POSC 432 - Women and Politics: A Comparative Perspective (3)
   •  POSC 434 - The Asia-Pacific in World Affairs (3)
   •  POSC 435 - Civil Disobedience and Social Justice (3)
   •  POSC 437 - Latin American Politics (3)
   •  POSC 438 - Western European Democracies (3)
   •  POSC 442T - Problems in Political Philosophy (3)
   •  POSC 445 - Globalization, Justice and Democracy (3)
   •  POSC 446 - Corruption, Ethics and Public Policy (3)
   •  POSC 448 - Media and Politics (3)
   •  POSC 451T - Problems in International Politics (3)
   •  POSC 456 - National Security (3)
   •  POSC 457 - Politics of International Economics (3)
   •  POSC 458 - The Vietnam Wars (3)
   •  POSC 460 - The Chicano and Politics (3)
   •  POSC 461 - The United Nations and International Organizations (3)
   •  POSC 471 - Moot Court: Legal Practicum (3)
   •  POSC 472 - Judicial Politics (3)
   •  POSC 473 - Introduction to Constitutional Law (3)
 

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