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Course Listing (2013)

Registration for winter term will begin October 1, 2013. See your advisor for a PIN number to register. Travel classes have limited space, so register early.
 

For individual course details including travel fees, see the instructors listed on the schedule below:

2013 Courses

Course #
Title
Description
Instructor
Travel?
CR
BIOL 1110 Biology in the Movies This course provides an introduction to the science, theory, and practice of biology, using movies as a learning and discussion tool.  Natural Science Lowery
No
3
ENGL 3361 Elements of Fiction Writing This course will introduce you to the "stuff of fiction." To improve your writing we will discuss your work, the craft of writing and published stories.  Humanities Anderson
No
3
ENV 1112 Environmental Concepts/Issues A study of broad issues of environmental science and the interaction of humans and the environment. It is not recommended that students take both ENV 1112 and ENV 1411. Poston
No
3
IS 2501 Management Information Systems Management Information Systems is a broad study of the strategic us of technology in today’s firm.  Thompson
No
3
MGT 2000 TPS: Graphic Design with Adobe Photoshop Students in this class will use Adobe Photoshop CS6 to learn principles of graphical design and photo editing for use in marketing for both print and electronic media. Thompson
No
3
MGT 2564 Motivation and Leadership A study of the theories of motivation and leadership in relation to management processes.  Hiatt
No
3
MUS 1110 Understanding Musical Arts A survey of musical styles and style periods in Western Civilization from the middle ages through the 21st Century.   Fine Arts Etters
No
3
MUS 1113 World Music A study of musical styles and concepts as practiced in various cultural, political, and social context throughout the world. Fine Arts & Non-Western Fish
No
3
MUS  2601 TPS: Music Nashville A one-week travel course that explores the music industry of Nashville. Fine Arts Fish
Yes**
3
PSYC 1110 General Psychology A study in the major perspectives of psychology with an emphasis on the nature and behavior of people and an examination of selected topics in the discipline. Wood
No
3
SPAN 1001 Elem. Span. I Introduces students to both the language and the culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Modern Foreign Languages Henderson
No
3
SPAN 2052 Hispanic Culture in Literature and Film An examination of Peninsular and Latin American cultures through film, fiction, and drama. All work will be done in English. Humanities Wilson
No
3
EDUC 5118 Graduate Capstone The culminating graduate experience in which each candidate creates evidence of in-depth knowledge regarding an aspect of a core subject or a 21st century theme, demonstrates growth in professional dispositions, and creates a multi-media presentation of the candidate’s action research which is presented before a learning community. Kasias
No
3

**Courses including travel have a fee. Please contact the instructor for details.