Course Information

 

for Interdisciplinary Studies Department


Topics in Anthropology (ANT1707)

Credits:3

Topics: Culture & Art of Central Europe (ANT2707)

Credits:3

Topics: Culture & Art of Italy & Croatia (ANT2707)

Credits:3

Florida Archaeology (ANT4070)

Credits:3

A survey of the archaeological traditions and selected American Indian cultures of pre-Columbian Florida. Environmental and cultural influences, social organization, belief systems, oral traditions, political economy, and responses to change will be highlighted.

Principles of Organismal Biology I (ANZ2200)

Credits:3

Principles of Animal Husbandry and Care (ANZ2300)

Credits:3

Principles of Animal Husbandry and Care Lab (ANZ2300L)

Credits:1

Topics: Cryptozoology (ANZ2500)

Credits:3

Animal Training & Enrichment (ANZ3100)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of 2-D & Color (ART1000)

Credits:3

Topics in Art (ART1052)

Credits:3

Topics: Culture & Art of Central Europe (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Multimedia Fashions (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Performance Art (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Culture & Art of Italy & Croatia (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Painting & Mixed Media (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Mural Painting (ART2052)

Credits:3

Topics: Strategies in Performance (ART2052)

Credits:3

Stained Glass I (ART2860)

Credits:3

Topics in Art (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Mural Painting (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Installation Art (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics in Art: Metal Sculpture (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Environmental Art (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Interactive Art (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics: Digital Painting (ART3261)

Credits:3

Digital Painting (ART3261)

Credits:3

Survey of Art History II (ART3550)

Credits:3

Ceramics II (ART3754)

Credits:3

Stained Glass II (ART3860)

Credits:3

Topics: Stained Glass III (ART4052)

Credits:3

Studio Arts Portfolio (ART4900)

Credits:3

Topics in Biological Science (BSC1109)

Credits:3

Introduction to Life Science (BSC1478)

Credits:3

Introduction to Life Science Lab (BSC1478L)

Credits:1

Topics: Entomology (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Field Botany (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Topics in Science: Insects & Mythology (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Topics: Plants & People (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Topics: Economic Botany (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Topics in Biological Science (BSC3109)

Credits:3

Topics in Biological Science (BSC4109)

Credits:3

Culture of the Workplace/Field Placement (COE 4607)

Credits:4

Career Development II (COE4607)

Credits:4

Topics in Education (EDU1753)

Credits:3

Elective: Analysis/Teaching Ind/Dual Sports (ELE1022)

Credits:2

Elective: Theory of Coaching Baseball (ELE1030)

Credits:1

Elective: Medical Terminology (ELE1031)

Credits:3

Elective: Communications in a Global Age (ELE1032)

Credits:3

Elective: Strategies for Success (ELE1033)

Credits:3

Elective: Interpersonal Communication (ELE1034)

Credits:3

Elective: Fundamentals of Speech (ELE1035)

Credits:3

Elective: Applied Ethics (ELE1036)

Credits:3

Elective: Beginning Piano I (ELE1037)

Credits:3

Elective: Voice Class II (ELE1038)

Credits:3

Elective: Concert Choir (ELE1039)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Theory I (ELE1040)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Theory I Practical (ELE1041)

Credits:3

Elective: Beginning Piano II (ELE1042)

Credits:3

Elective: Private Voice Instruction (ELE1043)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Theory II (ELE1044)

Credits:3

Elective: Music Theory II Practical (ELE1045)

Credits:3

Elective: Physical Geography (ELE1046)

Credits:3

Elective: Latin I (ELE1047)

Credits:3

Elective: Beginning Tennis (ELE1048)

Credits:1

Elective: College Writing/Word Processing (ELE1049)

Credits:3

Elective: First Year Seminar (ELE1050)

Credits:3

Elective: Concert Band (ELE1051)

Credits:3

Elective: Research Strategies (ELE1052)

Credits:3

Elective: Bible Studies (ELE1053)

Credits:3

Elective: Orchestra (ELE1054)

Credits:3

Elective: Pep - Instruction/Practice (ELE1055)

Credits:3

Elective: Global Perspectives I (ELE1056)

Credits:3

Elective: Architecture I (ELE1057)

Credits:3

Elective: Christian Theology I (ELE2001)

Credits:3

Elective: World Geography (ELE2002)

Credits:3

Writing Lab (ENG0010)

Credits:3

Analytical Reading and Writing (ENG0010)

Credits:3

Analytical Reading and Writing (ENG1000)

Credits:3

Designed for readers needing to improve comprehension of challenging text and scholarly writing. Focus on content area and pleasue reading improves vocabulary, fluency, and prosody through a study of Greek and Latin etymology, reader's theater enhances enunciation and diction for fluency and prosody, and experience with varioys research techniques and styles. May be required as a prerequisite to ENG 1101 or LIT 2855.

Topics in English (ENG1320)

Credits:3

Topics in English (ENG2320)

Credits:3

Creative Writing (ENG3305)

Credits:3

Writing workshop designed to help students develop creative writing skills, including journals, character sketches, short drama, short stories, poems, articles, and/or creative essays.

Business Commnications (ENG3318)

Credits:3

Topics in Environmental Studies (ENV1109)

Credits:3

Environmental Studies (ENV2107)

Credits:3

A non-laboratory interdisciplinary study of people in their environments. Explores topics through an integrated and science-based study of environmental problems, connections, and solutions.

Topics in Environmental Studies (ENV3109)

Credits:3

Topics in Environmental Studies (ENV4109)

Credits:3

Topics in History (HIS1574)

Credits:3

Global History I (HIS2101)

Credits:3

History of Western Civilization II (HIS2573)

Credits:3

Surveys the development of European society and its impact upon the rest of the world from 1600 to present.

Topics: History & Film (HIS2574)

Credits:3

Topics: British History Through Film (HIS2574)

Credits:3

Topics: History of American Rock Music (HIS2574)

Credits:3

United States History to 1877 (HIS2577)

Credits:3

United States History since 1865 (HIS2578)

Credits:3

Topics in History (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics: Video Games History (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics: A Social History of London (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics: The Emergence of Modern America, 1900-1945 (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics in History: Men & Women in Modern America (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics: Cold War Culture (HIS3574)

Credits:3

United States History since 1945 (HIS4100)

Credits:3

Surveys United States history from 1946 to the 1990s. This class focuses on American popular culture, politics, and social changes during the last half centure. Topics that are covered include: the Cold War, Communism, social activism, the rise of mass culture, the Vietnam War, and dissent in Modern America.

The African American Experience since 1865 (HIS4200)

Credits:3

Topics: Microhistory (HIS4574)

Credits:3

Topics: Graphic Histories (HIS4574)

Credits:3

Topics: The Sixties in America (HIS4574)

Credits:3

Topics: Revolutions (HIS4574)

Credits:3

Revolutions (HIS4575)

Credits:3

Topics in Health, Leisure, & Physical Education (HLP1300)

Credits:3

Topics in Health, Leisure, & Physical Education (HLP2300)

Credits:3

Topics in Health, Leisure, & Physical Education (HLP3300)

Credits:3

Topics in Health, Leisure, & Physical Education (HLP4300)

Credits:3

Topics in Humanities (HUM1833)

Credits:3

Topics in Humanities (HUM4833)

Credits:3

Ethics (IDS4804)

Credits:3

Senior Research Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS4808)

Credits:3

Ethics (LBS4804)

Credits:3

An introduction to the systematic analysis and development of sound inquiry and decision-making based on moral principles and theories. Topics of application include issues relevant to contemporary society.

Senior Reseach Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies (LBS4808)

Credits:3

Students demonstrate knowledge, critical thinking, and communication skills reflecting the Liberal Studies major in an extensive capstone paper and presentation.

Topics in Literature (LIT1320)

Credits:3

The Graphic Novel as Literature (LIT3220)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature: The Graphic Novel as Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

British Literature After 1650 (LIT3351)

Credits:3

Topics: Mythology & Magic (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Topics: Shakespeare (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Topics: The Mythic Journey and Star Wars (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Topics: Rap & Hip-Hop as Literature (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Native American Literature (LIT4499)

Credits:3

Examines the cultrual, aesthetic, and historical development of literature by Native Americans. This class will consider a variety of sources as we try to understnad writings both by and about Native Americans as well as multiple historical and/or contemporary representations of Native Americans in writing, film, and other sources.

Math Strategies II (MAT0032)

Credits:3

Topics in Math (MAT1200)

Credits:3

General Education Math (MAT1901)

Credits:3

Examines the nature of mathematics, accessible problems in various fields, and some of the historical and contemporary roles of mathematics in human intellectual achievement. Students are guided through numerous puzzles, constructions, and exercises in a way that allows them to participate in the development of mathematical ideas.

Math for Elementary Teacher II (MAT1905)

Credits:3

Topics in Math (MAT4200)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Topics in Science (SCI1200)

Credits:3

Topics in Science (SCI2200)

Credits:3

Topics in Science (SCI3200)

Credits:3

Topics in Science (SCI4200)

Credits:3

Topics in Zoology (ZOO1220)

Credits:3

Community-sourced Science (ZOO1326)

Credits:3

Community-sourced Science Lab (ZOO1326L)

Credits:1

Topics in Zoology (ZOO2220)

Credits:3

Topics: Introduction to Animal Behavior (ZOO2220)

Credits:3

Topics: Bio & Behavior of Companion Animals (ZOO2220)

Credits:3

Topics in Zoology (ZOO3220)

Credits:3

Topics in Zoology (ZOO4220)

Credits:3