Course Information

 

for Humanities Department


Topics: Cross-Cultural Comparisons through Film (ANT2052)

Credits:3

Cultural Anthropology (ANT2410)

Credits:3

General Anthropology (ANT2706)

Credits:3

The scientific study of the biological and cultural characteristics of the human condition. Particular emphasis is placed on evolution, archaeology, and cultures of the world.

Topics: Cross-Cultural Anthrozoology (ANT2707)

Credits:3

Topics: Cross-Cultural Comparisons through Film (ANT2707)

Credits:3

Humanistic Tradition (ANT2800)

Credits:3

Multicultural Diversity (ANT2831)

Credits:3

A study of America from the historical perspectives of its diverse ethnic groups. Topics include racial and ethnic identity, gender identity, sexual identity, power and racism, and diversity awareness.

Topics: Alaska Field Experience (ANZ1052)

Credits:1

Community-sourced Science (ANZ1326)

Credits:3

Florida Ecology and Conservation (ANZ1326)

Credits:3

Florida Ecology and Conservation Lab (ANZ1326L)

Credits:1

Community-sourced Science Lab (ANZ1326L)

Credits:1

Topics: Costa Rica Field Experience (ANZ2052)

Credits:1

Introduction to Anthrozoology (ANZ2100)

Credits:3

Principles of Organismal Biology I Lab (ANZ2200L)

Credits:1

Principles of Organismal Biology II (ANZ2201)

Credits:3

Principles of Organismal Biology II Lab (ANZ2201L)

Credits:1

Topics: Cross-Cultural Explorations of Human and Animal Interactions (ANZ2500)

Credits:3

Research Methods (ANZ3000)

Credits:3

Topics: Contemporary Issues in Animal Behavior (ANZ3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Costa Rica Field Experience (ANZ3052)

Credits:3

Science of Animal Welfare (ANZ3200)

Credits:3

Animals in the Public Eye (ANZ3300)

Credits:3

Conservation and Humane Education (ANZ3400)

Credits:3

Animal Behavior and Communication (ANZ3500)

Credits:3

Research Methods (ANZ3600)

Credits:3

Conservation Biology (ANZ4100)

Credits:3

Biology & Behavior of Companion Animals (ANZ4200)

Credits:3

Animal Shelter Operations and Management (ANZ4300)

Credits:3

Zoo Biology (ANZ4400)

Credits:3

Zoo and Aquarium Operations and Management (ANZ4500)

Credits:3

Conservation: People, Wildlife, and Wild Places (ANZ4600)

Credits:3

Capstone in Anthrozoology (ANZ4800)

Credits:3

Digital Photography (ART2250)

Credits:3

Explore photography as a digital medium as visual expression. Image capture and technical camera controls are demonstrated. Composition, lighting, color and subject matter are examined and artistically manipulated. Adobe Photoship instruction focuses on photography elated tasks such as cropping, sizing, sharpening, color correction, and preparing photos for e-mail, web pages, and color printing.

Topics: Foundations for Beacon in Washington D.C. (COE3000)

Credits:3

Internship I (COE3607)

Credits:0

Career Development (COE4606)

Credits:3

Internship II (COE4607)

Credits:0

Internship II (COE4607)

Credits:0

Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRJ2200)

Credits:3

Juvenile Justice (CRJ2250)

Credits:3

Dance Appreciation (DAN2005)

Credits:3

Dance Improvisation (DAN2125)

Credits:3

Topics: Prejudice & Discrimination (EDU4753)

Credits:3

Educating Exceptional Children (EDU4866)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Voice Class (ELE1001)

Credits:1

Elective: Fundamentals of Communication I (ELE1002)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Acting (ELE1059)

Credits:3

Elective: Media & Oral Tradition (ELE1060)

Credits:3

Elective: Violin I (ELE1061)

Credits:1

Elective: Violin II (ELE1062)

Credits:2

Elective: College Study Skills (ELE1064)

Credits:3

Elective: Natural Resources Conservation (ELE1065)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Appreciation (ELE1066)

Credits:3

Elective: Fundamentals of Communication II (ELE1067)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Critical Reasoning (ELE1068)

Credits:3

Elective: Critical Reasoning (ELE1069)

Credits:3

Elective: Improvisation in Dance (ELE1070)

Credits:3

Elective: Dance Jazz I (ELE1071)

Credits:3

Elective: Florida Government (ELE1072)

Credits:3

Elective: Veterinary Office Procedures (ELE1073)

Credits:4

Elective: Mass Media (ELE1074)

Credits:3

Elective: Human Geography (ELE1075)

Credits:3

Elective: Applied Science (ELE1076)

Credits:3

Elective: Aircraft Structures (ELE1077)

Credits:3

Elective: Materials Processing (ELE1078)

Credits:3

Elective: Aircraft Electricity (ELE1079)

Credits:3

Elective: Federal Aviation Regulations (ELE1080)

Credits:3

Elective: Aircraft Instruments (ELE1081)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to World Religions (ELE1082)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Jazz (ELE1083)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Rock & Roll (ELE1084)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Flute (ELE1087)

Credits:3

Elective: Strategies for Success II (ELE1088)

Credits:1

Elective: Film Studies I (ELE1089)

Credits:3

Elective: Intro to Basketball (ELE1090)

Credits:3

Elective: Basic Guitar (ELE1091)

Credits:3

Elective: Basics of Curling (ELE1092)

Credits:3

Elective: French I (ELE1093)

Credits:3

Elective: French II (ELE1094)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Nursing (ELE1095)

Credits:3

Elective: Environmental Design I (ELE1096)

Credits:3

Elective: Drawing for Environmental Design I (ELE1097)

Credits:1

Elective: Drawing for Environmental Design II (ELE1098)

Credits:3

Elective: Architecture II (ELE1099)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Engineering (ELE1099)

Credits:3

Elective: Intro to Environmental Design (ELE1100)

Credits:1

Elective: Environmental Design Studio (ELE1101)

Credits:3

Elective: Academic Reading (ELE1102)

Credits:1

Elective: Media & Society (ELE1103)

Credits:3

Elective: Elementary Italian I (ELE1104)

Credits:3

Elective: Elementary Italian II (ELE1105)

Credits:3

Elective: Fundamentals of Voice & Diction (ELE1106)

Credits:3

Elective: History of Jazz I (ELE1107)

Credits:3

Elective: Basics of Karate (ELE1108)

Credits:1

Elective: Interior Design I (ELE1109)

Credits:3

Elective: Photography Appreciation (ELE1110)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to the Aviation Industry (ELE1111)

Credits:3

Elective: Flight Training Preparation (ELE1112)

Credits:3

Elective: Oceanography I (ELE1113)

Credits:3

Elective: Topics in Intelligence Studies (ELE1500)

Credits:3

Elective: Global Issues (ELE2003)

Credits:3

Elective: World Politics (ELE2004)

Credits:3

Elective: Primary Flight Theory (ELE2005)

Credits:3

Elective: Primary Flight I (ELE2006)

Credits:3

Elective: Political Thought I (ELE2006)

Credits:3

Elective: Flight Basic & Intermediate Theory (ELE2007)

Credits:3

Elective: Aircraft Aerodynamics (ELE2008)

Credits:3

Elective: American Correctional System (ELE2010)

Credits:3

Elective: Dance Production (ELE2011)

Credits:1

Elective: Introduction to Acting (ELE2012)

Credits:3

Elective: Intro to Adult Nursing (ELE2013)

Credits:3

Elective: Nursing Practicum I (ELE2014)

Credits:2

Elective: Introduction to Pharmacology (ELE2015)

Credits:1

Elective: Pediatric Nursing (ELE2016)

Credits:3

Elective: Pediatric Practicum (ELE2017)

Credits:1

Elective: Adult Practicum II (ELE2018)

Credits:3

Elective: Microbiology for Nursing (ELE2019)

Credits:3

Elective: Microbiology for Nursing Lab (ELE2019L)

Credits:1

Elective: Ethics I (ELE2020)

Credits:3

Elective: U.S. Government (ELE2021)

Credits:3

Elective: World Religions (ELE2022)

Credits:3

Elective: Ethics (ELE2023)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Appreciation (ELE2066)

Credits:3

Elective: Topics in Intelligence Studies (ELE2500)

Credits:3

Elective: Introduction to Film (ELE3001)

Credits:3

Elective: European Political Relations (ELE3001)

Credits:3

Elective: International Law (ELE3002)

Credits:3

Elective: Film Editing (ELE3002)

Credits:3

Elective: Topics in Alternative Medicine (ELE3005)

Credits:3

Elective: Topics in Alternative Medicine (ELE4005)

Credits:3

Writing Strategies (ENG0020)

Credits:3

Provides direct instruction and practice to create college level text through study of sentence types and structures, grammar and syntax, and transitional words and phrases. Spelling, word choice, writer's voice, purpose of text, audience, research techniques, and editing skills are also included in this writing-process focused course. May be required as a perequisite to ENG 1101.

College Composition (ENG1101)

Credits:3

Designed to develop skills in writing multi-paragraph essays with emphasis on exposition, including the selection, restriction, organization, and development of topics. Students examine selected writing samples a models of form and sources of ideas for their own writing.

Composition and Literature (ENG1102)

Credits:3

This course is an introduction to the basic concepts used in reading literature and in writing about literature. Specifically, the course explores the three principal literary genres (fiction, poetry, drama) and the terms that apply to an understanding of how to read those genres.

Writing Across the Community (ENG1102)

Credits:3

Rhetoric (ENG2272)

Credits:3

Develops the important skills of putting forth a logical argument and convincing others of the argument's validity. Students will be required to prepare and deliver speeches demonstrating these abilities.

Topics: Writing for Environments (ENG2320)

Credits:3

Topics: Nature Writing (ENG2320)

Credits:3

Topics: Travel Narrative (ENG3320)

Credits:3

Topics: Writing for the Modern Professional (ENG3320)

Credits:3

Media Studies (ENG3323)

Credits:3

An introduction to journalistic writing, this course encompasses the elements of news writing including basic story forms-- obituaries, disasters, crime, business and consumer news, sports--as well as writing for broadcast, public relations, and the internet.

Topics: Travel in Tuscany (ENG4320)

Credits:3

The Beacon Experience (FSS0010)

Credits:0

Beacon Experience (FYE0010)

Credits:0

History of the United States Government (HIS1576)

Credits:3

Surveys the development of the American political system. It examines the struggle for democracy and the structure of the United States government, and provides a framework for how the American political system works.

Exploring Atlantic History (HIS1620)

Credits:3

Global History II (HIS2102)

Credits:3

Topics: A Cultural History of Italian Food (HIS2574)

Credits:3

Topics: Italian Renaissance (HIS2574)

Credits:3

History of Video Games (HIS3180)

Credits:3

History of Rock and Roll (HIS3371)

Credits:3

United States Cold War Culture (HIS3515)

Credits:3

Topics: Great Leaders in U.S. Military History (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics: The Holocaust in History and Memory (HIS4574)

Credits:3

History and Film (HIS4590)

Credits:3

The Holocaust in History and Memory (HIS4620)

Credits:3

Introduction to Exercise & Wellness (HLP1200)

Credits:3

Topics: Introduction to Sport & Physical Education (HLP1300)

Credits:3

Introduction to Humanities (HUM2700)

Credits:3

This course will examine the creative achievements of world civilizations through a study of representtive examples of art, literature, music, philosophy and drma. The materials selected for this course represent diverse cultures from around the world, providing the student with a global perspective. Major themes expressed in the works and their reflections of the values of their cultures are also examined.

Humanities I: Moments of Global Change (HUM2801)

Credits:3

Humanities II: Modeling Social & Cultural Construction (HUM2802)

Credits:3

Topics: Introduction to Theater (HUM2833)

Credits:3

Topics: Exploration of Japan (HUM2833)

Credits:1

Myths and Legends (HUM2837)

Credits:3

Morality & Ethics (HUM2844)

Credits:3

Human Rights and Global Justice (HUM2923)

Credits:3

From Villages to Empires (HUM2956)

Credits:3

Humanities III: The Human Condition & The Future of Humanity (HUM3801)

Credits:3

World Revolutions (HUM3805)

Credits:3

Thinking Politically (HUM3830)

Credits:3

From Fire to Factories (HUM4301)

Credits:3

Reading Oppression and Freedom (HUM4459)

Credits:3

Ethics (HUM4804)

Credits:3

Senior Research Seminar in Humanities (HUM4808)

Credits:3

Gender, Race, and Class (HUM4823)

Credits:3

Topics: Humanities Application in Tuscany (HUM4833)

Credits:3

Topics: Travel In Tuscany (HUM4833)

Credits:3

Humanities IV: Capstone (HUM4935)

Credits:3

Topics: Fairy Tales: From Grimm to Disney to Star Wars (LIT2320)

Credits:3

Topics: LGBTQ Film & Literature (LIT2320)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature (LIT2320)

Credits:3

Topics: Gothic Literature (LIT2320)

Credits:3

World Literature (LIT2855)

Credits:3

Examines the cultural, aesthetic, and historical development of world culture as reflected in the literature.

Film Literature and Analysis (LIT2901)

Credits:3

Examines a variety of cinematic productions by applying the same methods traditionally used to analyze and discuss printed literary texts. This class is designed to introduct students to the study of the relationships between literary and cinematic forms and works from the premise that films are narratives with all the basic elements of literature.

Creative Writing (LIT3305)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature: LGBTQ Film & Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics: Gothic Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics: European Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics: A Cinematic View of Italy (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Beat Literature (LIT3333)

Credits:3

Topics: Holocaust Film and Literature (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Mathematic Strategies (MAT0031)

Credits:3

Computational review and practice prepare students for the demants of college level math through a focus on whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, practical applications, and word problems. Student will also learn to use a basic scientific calculator to facilitate learning and provide assistive technology.

Topics: Introduction to Statistics (MAT1200)

Credits:3

Topics: Algebraic Functions (MAT1200)

Credits:3

General Education Math (MAT1901)

Credits:3

A general education course designed to provide a solid foundation in the basics of college mathematics. Real-life applications, conceptual understanding, problem-solving, appropriate use of technology, and critical thinking are emphasized and integrated throughout the course.

Intermediate Algebra (MAT1906)

Credits:3

College Algebra (MAT1907)

Credits:3

Includes work on real numbers, variable expressions, solving questions and inequalities, linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, algebraic fractions, radical expressions, and quadratic equations. This course emphasizes contemporary application problems.

Topics: Introduction to Criminal Law (PLA2772)

Credits:3

Life in Prato Training (PRA2000)

Credits:0

Reading Strategies I (REA0030)

Credits:3

Provides a student-focused reading curriculum designed on the individual needs based on Greek and Latin etymology, structural analysis, vocabulary connotation and denotation, speed reading techniques, and fluency and prosody practice. May be required as a prerequisite to LIT 2855.

Reading Strategies II (REA0032)

Credits:3