Oct 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


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Course Lists by Special Designations

 

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 2101 - Survey of Financial and Managerial Accounting


    3 F,S

    May not substitute for ACCT 2401  or ACCT 2521  May not count toward any College of Business requirement. P: MATH 1065  or MATH 1066 . Survey from a user perspective.
  
  
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    ACCT 2521 - Managerial Accounting


    3 F,S,SS

    P: ACCT 2401 . Accounting information systems for gathering and organizing data for planning and control of organization activities.
  
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    ACCT 3101 - Fraud Examination


    3

    P: ACCT 2101  or ACCT 2401 . Pervasiveness and causes of fraud in society; exploration of methods of fraud detection, investigation, and prevention Special emphasis on fraudulent financial reporting and its affect on capital markets May not be used in accounting concentrations.
  
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    ACCT 3551 - Intermediate Accounting I


    3 F,S,SS

    P: ACCT 2521 ; P/C: FINA 3724  or FINA 6144. Concepts, principles, and transformations underlying compilation and presentation of financial statements.
  
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    ACCT 3561 - Intermediate Accounting II


    3 F,S,SS

    P: ACCT 3551 . Financial reporting theory, financial reporting problems, and contemporary financial accounting issues.
  
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    ACCT 3621 - Cost Accounting


    3 F,S

    P: ACCT 2521  or ACCT 6241. Types of cost accounting, including application and analysis of standard costs for planning, control, and product costing.
  
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    ACCT 3731 - Advanced Accounting


    3 F,S

    P: ACCT 3561 . Accounting for business combinations, international operations and other advanced accounting topics.
  
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    ACCT 3851 - Accounting Information Systems


    3 F,S Formerly ACCT 4651.

    Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. P/C: ACCT 3551 . Procedures, techniques, and cycles with an emphasis on business processes and internal control.
  
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    ACCT 4451 - International Accounting


    3 F,S GD

    Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. P: FINA 3724 . International financial reporting, accounting, and controllership.
  
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    ACCT 4611 - Taxation for Decision Making


    3 F,S

    Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 25 GPA. P: ACCT 3551 . Examination of major tax issues inherent in business and financial transactions. Emphasis on planning to maximize tax opportunities and minimize tax liabilities.
  
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    ACCT 4621 - Controllership Topics


    3 F,S

    Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. P: ACCT 3551 ; ACCT 3621 . Major aspects of controllership, including planning, organizing, directing, measuring, and analysis of accounting information.
  
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    ACCT 4631 - Internal Auditing


    3 F,S

    P: ACCT 3621 ; ACCT 3851 . Fundamental elements of internal control systems, including business, enterprise, and audit risk, and basic principles used to establish internal audit objectives plus programs.
  
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    ACCT 4641 - Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting


    3 F,S

    Registration preference given to declared and intended majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. P: ACCT 3551 . Concepts, principles, and transformations underlying compilation and presentation of governmental and not-for-profit financial statements.
  
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    ACCT 4661 - Accounting Systems II


    3 F,S

    Registration preference given to declared and intended majors with minimum 25 GPA. P: ACCT 3851 . Development of accounting systems for manual and automated environments. Emphasis on internal control and reporting requirements for management and GAAP.
  
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    ACCT 4921 - Accounting for Business Professionals


    3 F,S

    P: ACCT 2521 . Not for accounting majors. Overview of business processes, internal control and taxation. Includes exposure to generalized accounting software package.

Adult Education

  
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    ADED 3500 - Introduction to Peer Tutoring


    2 F, S

    P: Consent of Director of Pirate Tutoring Center. Theoretical and skills development for becoming an effective peer tutor.
  
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    ADED 4100 - Introduction to Teaching Adults


    3 F,S

    Contexts, approaches, and unique characteristics of adult learners and the associated learning environments.

     

  
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    ADED 4150 - Instructional Methods


    3 F, S

    Key decisions and core factors in preparing and delivering instruction to adult learners.
  
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    ADED 4210 - Writing Training Materials


    3

    Approaches and guidelines for the documentation of content used in training materials. 
  
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    ADED 4220 - History and Philosophy of Adult Education


    3

    Overview of the historical and philosophical roots of adult education in the US from the 1800s to the present.
  
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    ADED 4230 - Evaluation and Assessment in Education


    3

    Procedures for designing or selecting, administering, and interpreting a variety of assessment measures for use in adult learning environments, as well as the design and interpretation of a course evaluation.
  
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    ADED 4500 - Lead Tutor Development


    2 F, S

    P: Consent of Director of Pirate Tutoring Center. Leadership development to become an effective lead peer tutor.

Aerospace Studies

  
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    AERO 1100 - Heritage and Values of the United States Air Force I


    1 F

    Basic characteristics, missions, and organization of the US Air Force.
  
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    AERO 1101 - Leadership Lab


    1 F

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. Training in military drill and ceremonies. Individual, element, and flight activities. Introduction to US Air Force customs and courtesies. Participation in Air Force physical fitness program and physical fitness tests.
  
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    AERO 1102 - Heritage and Values of the United States Air Force II


    1 S

    Continuation of AERO 1100 . Overview of  foundations of officership, leadership, team building, core values, and oral and written communications.
  
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    AERO 1103 - Leadership Lab


    1 S

    2 lab hours and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 1101 . Further study of US Air Force customs and courtesies, including those of the flag. Grade structure and chain of command, honor and ethics, and environment of US Air Force officer. Continued participation in US Air Force physical fitness activities.
  
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    AERO 2200 - Team and Leadership Fundamentals I


    1 F

    Foundation for teams and leadership in the US Air Force.
  
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    AERO 2201 - Leadership Lab


    1 F

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 1103 . Advanced work and studies in subjects covered in AERO 1103 . Emphasis on development of personal responsibility, military proficiency, and leadership skills. Participation in Air Force physical fitness program and physical fitness tests.
  
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    AERO 2202 - Team and Leadership Fundamentals II


    1 S

    Continuation of AERO 2200 . Develops basic skills related to leading people, fostering collaborative relationships, and creation of an Airman culture.
  
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    AERO 2203 - Leadership Lab


    1 S

    2 lab hours and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 2201 . Continued studies of environment of US Air Force officer and other subjects related to AERO 2201 . Emphasis on development of sense of responsibility, operation of the cadet corps, and leadership skills in preparation for Field Training Participation in and fulfillment of US Air Force physical fitness requirements.
  
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    AERO 3300 - Leading People and Effectve Communication I


    3 F

    P: Consent of chair. Advanced skills and knowledge in management and leadership in the US Air Force.   
  
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    AERO 3301 - Leadership Lab


    1 F

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. Leadership and management theory covered in AERO 3300  through practical application. Corps training policy and directives. Augments military drill and ceremony skills. Participation in Air Force physical fitness program and physical fitness tests.
  
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    AERO 3302 - Leading People and Effective Communication II


    3 S

    Continuation of AERO 3300 . P: AERO 3300 . Develops leadership skills in diverse cultural environments, critical thinking and decision making, and proficiency in Air Force evaluation systems.
  
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    AERO 3303 - Leadership Lab


    1 S

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 3301 . Advanced leadership and management experience. Emphasis on practical application of human relations in dealing with superiors, peers, and subordinates. Participation in and fulfillment of US Air Force physical fitness requirements.
  
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    AERO 4400 - National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty


    3 F

    P: AERO 3302 . Role and function of professional military officer in a democratic society and complex relationships involved in civil-military interactions. Framework and formulation of defense policy and strategy. Emphasis on development of communication skills.
  
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    AERO 4401 - Leadership Lab


    1 F

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 3302 . Education, training and personal guidance in junior officer duties and responsibilities. Military drill and ceremony skills and experience in leadership. Participation in Air Force physical fitness program and physical fitness tests.
  
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    AERO 4402 - National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty


    3 S

    P: AERO 4400 . Continued study of framework and formation of defense policy and strategy. Military justice system and roles of US Air Force officer in today’s society. Continued emphasis on development of communication skills, officership, and ethics.
  
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    AERO 4403 - Leadership Lab


    1 S

    2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 4401 . Continuation of AERO 4401 . Further education and training in junior officer duties and responsibilities. Emphasis on practical leadership and management application in realistic environment and on preparation for and transition to active duty.

African and African American Studies

  
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    AAAS 1000 - Introduction to African and African American Studies


    3 DD

    Provides a broad overview of African and African American Studies, as well as useful perspectives and frameworks for studying African peoples in Africa and diaspora/Atlantic World communities.
  
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    AAAS 2000 - Study Abroad


    3 S

    On-site exploration of Africana fine arts, health, science, social science, and/or humanities topics.
  
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    AAAS 2500 - Theory and Methods in African and African American Studies


    3 WI

    P: AAAS 1000 . Introduction to key theories and interdisciplinary research methods utilized to study the experiences, cultures and communities of people of African descent in the US and throughout the African Diaspora.
  
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    AAAS 4000 - Senior Seminar


    3

    P: AAAS 1000 , AAAS 2500 . Declared majors and minors in AAAS, with senior status or consent of instructor. Capstone for undergraduates in African and African American Studies.

American Sign Language Studies

  
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    ASLS 2020 - Sign Language Studies I


    3 F,S,SS

    Introduces American Sign Language vocabulary as used by deaf adults. Process of gestural-visual medium of communication, basic structure of American Sign Language, development of expressive and receptive signing skills, and basic orientation to deaf culture.
  
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    ASLS 2030 - Sign Language Studies II


    3 F,S,SS

    P: ASLS 2020 . Continued study of American Sign Language. Development of expressive and receptive conversational skills.

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 1000 - Introduction to Anthropology


    3 GE:SO

    Anthropological studies of human culture.
  
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    ANTH 1001 - Aliens, Atlantis and Archaeology: Pseudoscience and Interpretations of the Past


    3 GE:SO

    Critical examination of some of the extraordinary claims concerning archaeological sites and artifacts.
  
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    ANTH 1050 - Global Understanding


    3 F, S GE:SO GD

    Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore human diversity and the impact of globalization.
  
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    ANTH 1200 - Current Topics in Anthropology


    3 GE:SO

    May be repeated for a maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Special topics and current developments in anthropology.
  
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    ANTH 2000 - Archaeology Around the World


    3 GE:SO

    Prehistory of major geographic regions and cultural areas of the world from origins of human culture to beginning of recorded history.
  
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    ANTH 2002 - Introduction to Asia


    3

    Introduces Asian civilizations and cultures.
  
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    ANTH 2005 - Environmental Anthropology


    3 GE:SO

    Human adaptation to different environments from prehistoric to modern times.
  
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    ANTH 2010 - Societies Around the World


    3 GE:SO GD

    Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns.
  
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    ANTH 2015 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology


    3 WI*: Selected Sections are Writing Intensive GE:SC Same as BIOL 2015 .

    May count toward general education science requirement for all except anthropology majors. May not count toward general education social sciences requirement. P: BIOL course. Evolutionary theory, human evolution, and formation of human variability, adaptation and genetics, and our relationship with other primates.
  
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    ANTH 2016 - Biological Anthropology Laboratory


    1 GE:SC Same as BIOL 2016 .

    May not count toward general education natural sciences requirement for anthropology majors. May not count toward general education social sciences requirement. C: ANTH 2015 . Laboratories in human genetics, population genetics, anthropometry, anthroposcopy, dermatoglyphics, blood pressure, blood typing, osteometry, primate taxonomy, and human evolution.
  
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    ANTH 2025 - Sexual Behavior from an Anthropological Perspective


    3 GE:SO

    P: Introductory ANTH, PSYC, or SOCI course or consent of instructor. Human sexual behavior from an evolutionary and cross-cultural, mainly non-western, viewpoint.
  
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    ANTH 2200 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology


    3 GE:SO GD

    Nature of human culture. Emphasis on concepts and methods of cross-cultural study of human societies.
  
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    ANTH 2250 - Race and Ethnic Relations: Discovering New Solutions


    3 S

    Examination, discussion and development of race and ethnic relations issues with the goal of developing new solutions.
  
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    ANTH 2760 - Afro-Caribbean Language And Culture


    3 Same as LING 2760  

    P: ENGL 2201 . Description and analysis of the languages spoken by the descendents of Africans in the Caribbean.
  
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    ANTH 3002 - Cultures of East Asia


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Regions, cultures, historic development, and role in global economy of East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam) and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia).
  
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    ANTH 3003 - Cultures of Africa


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Traditional cultures of Africa south of the Sahara.
  
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    ANTH 3004 - Cultures of the South Pacific


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Traditional cultures of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
  
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    ANTH 3005 - North American Indians


    3 GE:SO DD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Origin and cultural development of aboriginal peoples of North America. Survey of representative Indian populations with respect to native economic, social, and religious organization.
  
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    ANTH 3009 - Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions


    3 GE:SO Same as RELI 3000  

    Female representation of deities in Eastern traditions, including Hinduism, Mahayana Buddhism, and Taoism. Religious and social impact of such representation.
  
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    ANTH 3011 - Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways


    3

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or ANTH 2005  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Cross-cultural examination of hunter-gatherer lifeways using ethnographic, archaeological, and ethnoarchaeological data.
  
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    ANTH 3012 - Lifeways of Pastoral Nomads


    3

    Cultures of the people of Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia who subsist on animal husbandry.
  
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    ANTH 3013 - Cultures of Mainland Southeast Asia


    3 GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Regions, cultures, social structure and role in global economy of mainland Southeast Asia such as Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam.
  
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    ANTH 3016 - Cultures of the Caribbean


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Archipelago and adjacent coastal regions of North, South, and Central America. Focus on multicultural history of area and its place in contemporary world culture.
  
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    ANTH 3017 - Cultures of Mexico and Guatemala


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Indigenous peoples of Mexico and Guatemala. Emphasis on history, social institutions, belief systems, and present-day status in relation to national development.
  
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    ANTH 3018 - Cultures of South and Central America


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Indigenous populations of lower Central and South America. Social organization, ecology, adaptation, and cultural emphasis on particular groups and contemporary trends and issues.
  
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    ANTH 3020 - Primate Behavior and Social Organization


    3

    P: ANTH 2015 , ANTH 2016 ; or consent of instructor. Comparative examination of prosimians, monkeys, and apes in natural and experimental situations that enhance understanding of human behavior and social organization.
  
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    ANTH 3026 - Forensic Anthropology


    3

    May not count toward general education requirement. P: ANTH 2015 , ANTH 2016 , or consent of instructor. Human osteology, establishing a biological profile, analysis of trauma and manner of death, and the legal duties of the forensic anthropologist.
  
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    ANTH 3027 - Human Health and Disease Ecology


    3

    P: ANTH 2015 , ANTH 2016 ; or consent of instructor. Interaction between environment, behavior, and illness. Environmental niches conducive to maintenance and spread of disease. Methods of examining diseases in prehistoric societies.
  
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    ANTH 3028 - Human Adaptation and Variation


    3

    P: ANTH 2015 ; or consent of instructor. Evolutionary perspective of the adaptive nature of contemporary human physical diversity.
  
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    ANTH 3030 - Death and Disease in the Classical World


    3

    P: ANTH 2000  or ANTH 2015 , ANTH 2016 ; or consent of instructor. Explores archaeological and bioarchaeological evidence for disease and death in Classical Greece and Rome.
  
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    ANTH 3050 - Ethnographic Field Methods


    3

    P: ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Lectures, readings, and fieldwork. Application of formal and informal ethnographic research techniques.
  
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    ANTH 3077 - Archaeological Methods


    3

    P: ANTH 2000  or consent of instructor. Basic archaeological methods and techniques in site survey, site types, excavation, recording processing, presentation, chronometry, and analysis of materials.
  
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    ANTH 3111 - North American Archaeology


    3 GE:SO

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or consent of instructor. Culture, history, and development of prehistoric cultures of North America from earliest times to European colonization.
  
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    ANTH 3113 - Archaeology of the Old Testament World


    3 Same as RELI 3113 .

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or RELI 2695  or consent of instructor. Survey of Bronze and Iron Age cultures of Syria-Palestine, ca 3500-586 BC/BCE, with emphasis on use of archaeological materials in historical reconstruction.
  
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    ANTH 3114 - Archaeology of the New Testament World


    3 Same as RELI 3114 .

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or RELI 2696  or consent of instructor. Survey of Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods in Syria-Palestine, 539 BC/BCE to 640 AD/CE, with emphasis on use of archaeological materials in historical reconstruction.
  
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    ANTH 3115 - Caribbean Archaeology


    3

    P: ANTH 2000  or consent of instructor. Archaeology of Circum Caribbean area from Archaic Period to end of Colonial Period.
  
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    ANTH 3116 - Latin American Archaeology


    3

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000 ; or consent of instructor. Archaeology of Latin America from initial human colonization (Late Pleistocene) until European contact, including impact of food production, and development of social complexity.
  
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    ANTH 3117 - Prehistory of the Middle East


    3

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or consent of instructor. Prehistoric cultures of Mesopotamia and surrounding areas with an emphasis on changes to the socio-economic organization in response to environment and cultural factors.
  
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    ANTH 3118 - Pyramids, Pharaohs, and Mummies: The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt


    3

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2000  or consent of instructor. Survey of Egyptian material culture, from the Predynastic through the Greco-Roman period.
  
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    ANTH 3150 - Applying Anthropology to Contemporary Cultural Issues


    3 SL*: Selected Sections are Service-learning.

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Experiential learning about real life conditions both globally and within local communities in eastern North Carolina.
  
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    ANTH 3175 - Archaeological Field Training


    6

    40 hours of field work per week (summer). Practical application of archaeological methods and cultural analysis in field research situations.
  
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    ANTH 3176 - Cultural Anthropology Field School I


    3

    May be taken concurrently with ANTH 3177 . May count maximum of 6 sh of ANTH 3176, ANTH 3177 , ANTH 4501 , ANTH 4502 , ANTH 4503 , ANTH 4990 , and ANTH 4991  toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Practical application of ethnographic methods and analysis in a cross-cultural field setting.
  
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    ANTH 3177 - Cultural Anthropology Field School II


    3

    May be taken concurrently with ANTH 3176 . May count maximum of 6 sh of ANTH 3176 , 3177, ANTH 4501 , ANTH 4502 , ANTH 4503 , ANTH 4990 , and ANTH 4991  toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Practical application of ethnographic methods and analysis in a cross-cultural field setting.
  
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    ANTH 3200 - Women’s Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective


    3 GE:SO GD

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Comparative study of cross-cultural development and diversity of women’s roles.
  
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    ANTH 3252 - Medical Anthropology


    3 GE:SO

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Comparative and holistic study of cultural behavior in context of health and disease.
  
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    ANTH 3300 - Language and Culture


    3 GE:SO

    P: ANTH 1000  or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200 , or consent of instructor. Introduction to the understanding of the structure and function of language in its anthropological linguistic and cultural context.
  
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    ANTH 3720 - Writing Systems of the World


    3 F GE:SO GD Same as LING 3720  

    P: ENGL 2201 . Writings systems and their relationship to language, literacy, and multicultural communication.
  
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    ANTH 3770 - Language Universals


    3 WI Same as LING 3770  

    P: ENGL 2201 . Analysis of components of human language and how they are uniquely configured within the human species, shaped by the brain and evolution.
  
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    ANTH 4000 - Selected Topics in Anthropology


    3

    May count a maximum of 6 sh. P: ANTH 1000 ; 6 sh in ANTH above 2999. Specialized topics and current developments.
  
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    ANTH 4001 - Selected Topics in Anthropology


    3

    May count a maximum of 6 sh. P: ANTH 1000 ; 6 sh in ANTH above 2999. Specialized topics and current developments.
  
  
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    ANTH 4050 - Psychological Anthropology


    3

    P:   or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Influence of culture and social institutions on formation of social norms, individual and group personality, and cross-cultural cognitive development.
  
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    ANTH 4054 - Anthropology of Religion


    3

    P:   or ANTH 2010  or ANTH 2200  or consent of instructor. Comparative and cross-cultural study of religion in relationship to culture and society. Emphasis on role of culture in shaping expression of religious experience.
  
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    ANTH 4201 - Special Topics in Archaeology


    3

    P: ANTH 2000 ; or consent of instructor. Specialized topics and current developments.
  
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    ANTH 4202 - Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology


    3

    P: ANTH 2200  or ANTH 2010 ; or consent of instructor. Specialized topics and current developments.
 

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