Dec 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course numbers are ordered with the first digit of a course number indicates the class level of the course. Permission to take sophomore courses is granted to freshmen provided they have met the prerequisites. Junior and senior level courses are considered upper-division courses with numbers in the 300s and 400s.

The following set of courses constitutes the core curriculum outlined in the Degree and Core Curriculum Information  section. Course descriptions are provided here for those core courses not contained among the offerings of academic departments. Core courses offered by particular departments are indicated here only by title and a cross-reference to the departmental listing where the full course description appears. All credit hours are stated in semester hours.

The ‘S’ and ‘W’ beside the course title in a major department indicates that the course satisfies the ‘speech intensive’ and the ‘writing intensive’ components of the core curriculum for that major.

Courses that satisfy core distribution requirements are listed in the Degree and Core Curriculum Information  section, and the course description will contain the appropriate code (e.g. see ART 111 Introduction to Art with FAR):

FAR - Fine arts distribution requirement
HUM - Humanities distribution requirement
LAB - Natural science lab distribution requirement
SSC - Social science distribution requirement

 
   •  BIB 386 Renaissance and Reformation
   •  BIB 387 John Calvin and the Reformed Tradition
   •  BIB 388 Jonathan Edwards and the Great Awakening Tradition
   •  BIB 397 Special Topics
   •  BIB 399 Independent Study
   •  BIB 430 Isaiah
   •  BIB 432 Old Testament Theology
   •  BIB 450 The Old Testament World
   •  BIB 462 Theology of Scripture
   •  BIB 475 Wisdom Literature
   •  BIB 486 Trinitarian Theology
   •  BIB 487 Modern Theology
   •  BIB 492 Senior Integration Paper in Biblical & Theological Studies
   •  BIO 111 General Biology I
   •  BIO 112 General Biology II
   •  BIO 113 The Language of Nature: How Do Plants & Animals Communicate?
   •  BIO 219 Nutrition
   •  BIO 220 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIO 221 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIO 242 Cellular and Molecular Biology
   •  BIO 261 Ecology
   •  BIO 263 Natural History of the Appalachian Highlands
   •  BIO 264 Conservation Biology
   •  BIO 291 Biological Perspectives
   •  BIO 299 Special Topics
   •  BIO 311 Practicum in Biology
   •  BIO 313 Genetics
   •  BIO 320 Comparative Anatomy
   •  BIO 321 Comparative Animal Physiology
   •  BIO 323 Developmental Biology
   •  BIO 324 Biology of Invertebrates
   •  BIO 326 Insect Biology and Ecology
   •  BIO 327 Ornithology
   •  BIO 331 Herpetology
   •  BIO 335 Field Botany
   •  BIO 340 Microbiology
   •  BIO 345 Immunology
   •  BIO 346 Cancer Biology
   •  BIO 361 Land Resources
   •  BIO 389 Research Methods I
   •  BIO 390 Special Topics in Biology
   •  BIO 391 Research in Biology
   •  BIO 392 Directed Individual Study
   •  BIO 490 Biology Seminar
   •  BIO 492 Senior Integration Paper in Biology
   •  BIO 494 Senior Seminar
   •  BUS 205 Microsoft Excel: Business & Economics Applications
   •  BUS 211 Business Internship
   •  BUS 250 Principles of Management
   •  BUS 299 Special Topics in Business
   •  BUS 320 Human Resource Management
   •  BUS 335 Entrepreneurship
   •  BUS 344 Organizational Behavior
   •  BUS 345 Business Law
   •  BUS 350 Business Ethics Seminar
   •  BUS 360 Management Lessons From Literature and Film
   •  BUS 400 Strategic Management
   •  BUS 410 Business Research Paper
   •  BUS 411 Business Internship
   •  BUS 490 Independent Study
   •  BUS 492 Senior Integration Paper in Business
   •  BUS 499 Selected Topics
   •  CDV 210 Theory of Community Development
   •  CDV 220 Women in Holistic Mission
   •  CDV 290 Special Topics
   •  CDV 300 Living and Working in a Multicultural Context
   •  CDV 310 Community Development Principles and Issues
   •  CDV 330 Global Trends in Health
   •  CDV 332 Women’s and Children’s Health and Development
   •  CDV 335 Current and Emerging Global Epidemics
   •  CDV 343 U.S. Microeconomic Development Methods
   •  CDV 345 Agricultural Development
   •  CDV 350 Introduction to Social Innovation
   •  CDV 390 Special Topics
   •  CDV 460 Social Science Research Methods
   •  CDV 461 Social Science Research Methods I
   •  CDV 462 Social Science Research Methods II
   •  CDV 480 U.S. Research Internship in Community Development
   •  CDV 481 International Research Internship in Community Development
   •  CDV 490 Senior Seminar in Community Development
   •  CDV 492 Senior Integration Paper in Community Development
   •  CDV 499 Independent Study
   •  CHE 103 Concepts of Chemistry
   •  CHE 104 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry
   •  CHE 121 General Chemistry I
   •  CHE 121L. General Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHE 122 General Chemistry II
   •  CHE 122L. General Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHE 225 Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHE 299 Special Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHE 323 Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHE 324 Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHE 326 Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHE 332 Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHE 401 Research
   •  CHE 402 Research
   •  CHE 422 Advanced Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 423 Biochemistry I
   •  CHE 424 Biochemistry II
   •  CHE 425 Physical Chemistry I
 

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