LITT 350 -- North African Literatures and Cultures (3) Introduction to the paradigm of plurality in the cultures of North Africa and to its determining role in the mediation, reinterpretation and transmission of culture between East and West, North and South. Historical, literary and cultural perspectives for understanding contemporary North African voices expressed in fiction, folklore, poetry, and film. As warranted.
FINA 320 -- @Management of Risk and Insurance (3) This course focuses on analyzing and managing the risks inherent in running any economic enterprise. Emphasis will be placed on identification of risk exposure and using specific types of insurance to address those exposures. This course may be of interest to Math majors interested in actuarial science. Prerequisite: CIS 125, or MATH 125, or STAT 100. As warranted.
Instructor: Timmerman, Joe
MUCH 340 -- The Music of the Beatles (3) An in-depth exploration of the music, lives, and times of the Beatles. Songs will be analyzed and discussed in terms of musical style and structure, lyric content, compositional process, and technological innovation. The course will also examine the historical and cultural environment in which their music was created, and how this environment influenced, and was influenced by, the Beatles.
Instructor: Rubio, Douglas
HLTH 346 -- Preventing Violence Against Women (3) This course will provide students with an introduction to violence against women and efforts to prevent it. While violence is perpetrated against men, the focus of this course is to understand its etiology and impact against women. In this course, students will learn about types of violence against women, the health consequences of violence, as well as risk factors for both victimization and perpetration. Students will explore the efficacy of violence prevention efforts in both public health and the criminal justice systems. As warranted.
Instructor: Bonnar, Kelly
GRED 545 -- @Teaching The English Langage Learner in The Mainstream Classroom (3) This course provides K-12 educators learning and teaching strategies to enhance lesson development and effective instructional practices in order to foster English language development and ensure the English language learner success in the mainstream classroom.
Instructor: Stiles, Joanne
COMM 120 -- Film Foundations (3) An introductory course that looks at aspects of film history, criticism and production. It provides an overview of the moving picture as both popular culture and serious art form, and looks at its various elements. Students will have a chance to view and critique films and to participate in a creative project related to filmmaking. Yearly. Gen Ed: AC credit. Cross listed with LITR 120.
Instructor: Blank, Angelina
ECON 110 -- Principles of Macroeconomics (3) This course focuses on government finance, money and banking, income and employment, international economics and growth theories. Students need not take ECON 105 and 110 in sequence. Gen Ed: SA credit. Fall and Spring.
Instructor: Semenova, Alla
BIOL 107 -- Human Biology (3) ) Emphasis on cellular function, nutrition, reproduction and other aspects of the body under normal and abnormal conditions. For non-majors only. Gen Ed: SB credit. Fall and Spring.
Instructor: Schreer, Jason
ECON 105 -- Principles of Microeconomics (3) This course examines theory of prices, efficient allocation of resources, distribution of income, and practices of business, labor organizations, and government. Students need not take ECON 105 and 110 in sequence. Gen Ed: SA credit. Fall and Spring.
Instructor: Das, Shakuntala
SPAN 103 -- Contemporary Spanish Language III (3) Sequel to SPAN 102. Emphasis on basic grammatical concepts and reading techniques. Gen Ed: ML credit. Fall and Spring.
Instructor: Lopez, Sergio