An introductory course in the fundamentals of microeconomics, covering the influence of competitive and noncompetitive market structures on efficient resource use. Topics include consumer theory, producer theory, behavior of firms, market equilibrium, monopoly, and the role of the government in the economy. Social Sciences Breadth
KINES 121 Introduction to Exercise and Sports Studies
An introduction and presentation of the basic facts and beliefs concerning the field of exercise and sports studies (historically known as physical education). Attention is focused on professional opportunities in the field of exercise and sports studies.
BIOL 261 Medical Terminology
Directed study course intended only for those students for whom a medical terminology course is required for admission to allied health programs. Will not be counted toward the biology major or minor. PREQ: Instructor permission required.
SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II
An introduction to the Spanish language, oriented toward developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
SOC 270 Research Methods
An introduction to the production of scientifically and ethically creditable knowledge concerning human behavior. Research design and research project proposals included. See Anthropology 270: students can earn credit for Sociology 270 or Anthropology 270, but not both. PREQ: Any Sociology or Anthropology course, preferable Sociology 101 or Anthropology 123, or instructor permission. Social Sciences Breadth… [Read More]
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
Continues development of proficiency in the four areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. PREQ: Spanish 102 or equivalent. Language Competency and Humanities Breadth
SPAN 101 Beginning Spanish I
An introduction to the Spanish language, oriented toward developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. NOTE: Spanish 101 is meant for students who have had no previous experience with Spanish or no more than one year high school Spanish.
REL 250 Revolution China and Tibet
This introductory course explores the impact of the modern political revolution resulting in Communism on the cultural and religious traditions of China and Tibet from its inception in 1949 to the modern day. Chinese Communism impacted the role and practice of religion in mainland China and its minority cultures. This course examines the particular effects… [Read More]
PSY 240 Social Psychology
An examination of scientific theory and research concerning how the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of individuals are affected by other individuals or by the group. The course investigates such topics as attraction, persuasion, and attitudes. PREQ: PSY 101. Social Sciences Breadth
PSY 120 Statistics for Psychologists
An introduction to the standard statistical tools used in psychology to summarize data, describe relationships among variables, and make inferences from samples to populations with discussion of theory of probability and probability distributions, hypothesis testing, and exploration of computer packages. Examples and problems are derived from psychology research. May not be taken by students who… [Read More]
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