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ACCT: Accounting

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2101. Survey of Financial and Managerial Accounting (3) (F,S)
P: MATH 1065 or 1066. May not substitute for ACCT 2401 or ACCT 2521. May not count toward any College of Business requirement. Survey from a user perspective.
2401. Financial Accounting (3) (F,S,SS)
P: MATH 1065 or 1066 or 2119 or 2121 or 2171. Basic concepts and transformation processes of accounting information system.
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.
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.
3551. Intermediate Accounting I (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ACCT 2521; P/C: FINA 3724 or 6144. Concepts, principles, and transformations underlying compilation and presentation of financial statements.
3561. Intermediate Accounting II (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ACCT 3551. Financial reporting theory, financial reporting problems, and contemporary financial accounting issues.
3621. Cost Accounting (3) (F,S)
P: ACCT 2521 or 6241. Types of cost accounting, including application and analysis of standard costs for planning, control, and product costing.
3731. Advanced Accounting (3) (F,S)
P: ACCT 3561. Accounting for business combinations, international operations and other advanced accounting topics.
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.
4451. International Accounting (3) (F,S)
Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. P: FINA 3724. International financial reporting, accounting, and controllership.
4611. Taxation for Decision Making (3) (F,S)
Registration preference given to declared majors with a minimum 2.5 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.
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.
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.
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.
4661. Accounting Systems II (3) (F,S)
Registration preference given to declared and intended majors with minimum 2.5 GPA. P: ACCT 3851. Development of accounting systems for manual and automated environments. Emphasis on internal control and reporting requirements for management and GAAP.
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.
ACCT Banked Courses
3581. Intermediate Accounting III (3)
4821. Advanced Auditing (3)
4941. Topics in Accounting (3)
4951. Legal Environment of Professional Accounting (3)

ADED: Adult Education

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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.
4500. Lead Tutor Development (2) (F, S)
P: Consent of Director of Pirate Tutoring Center. Leadership development to become an effective lead peer tutor.

AERO: Aerospace Studies

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1100. Introduction to the Air Force Today (1) (F)
Basic US Air Force customs, courtesies, opportunities, and benefits. Foundations of officership, core values, and oral and written communications.
1101. Leadership Lab (1) (F)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. C: AERO 1100. 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.
1102. Introduction to the Air Force Today (1) (S)
P: AERO 1100. Organization of US Air Force and continued study of officership and communication skills. Group leadership application problems and macro US history overview.
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.
2200. The Evolution of the United States Air Force Air and Space Power (1) (F)
P: AERO 1102. Milestones in development and deployment of air power leading to its growth as a primary element of national security. Historical events, leaders, and technical developments that surrounded the growth of air power from its inception through present applications. Basic leadership and written and oral communication skills.
2201. Leadership Lab (1) (F)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 1103; C: AERO 2200. 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.
2202. The Evolution of the United States Air Force Air and Space Power (1) (S)
P: AERO 2200. Leadership, professionalism, and ethical behavior as related to environment and role of US Air Force officer. Quality principles, techniques, and written and oral communication skills.
2203. Leadership Lab (1) (S)
2 lab hours and 2 physical fitness hours per week. P: AERO 2201; C: AERO 2202. 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.
3300. Air Force Leadership Studies (3) (F)
P: Consent of dept chair. Listening, speaking, and writing skills in US Air Force particular formats and situations. Selected concepts, principles, and theories of US Air Force leadership and management. Development of quality concepts and processes. Individual leadership skills and personal strengths and weaknesses in US Air Force environments and officer’s responsibilities in counseling and feedback process.
3301. Leadership Lab (1) (F)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours per week. C: AERO 3300. 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.
3302. Air Force Leadership Studies (3) (S)
P: AERO 3300. Further application of listening, speaking, and writing skills in US Air Force peculiar formats and situations. Officer’s authority, duties, and responsibilities as subordinate leader, application and concepts of ethical behavior.
3303. Leadership Lab (1) (S)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours hours per week. P: AERO 3301; C: AERO 3302. 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.
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.
4401. Leadership Lab (1) (F)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours hours per week. P: AERO 3302; C: AERO 4400. 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.
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.
4403. Leadership Lab (1) (S)
2 lab and 2 physical fitness hours hours per week. P: AERO 4401; C: AERO 4402. 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.

AAAS: African and African American Studies

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AAAS 1000. Introduction to African and African American Studies (3)
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.
AAAS 2000. Study Abroad (3) (S)
On-site exploration of Africana fine arts, health, science, social science, and/or humanities topics.
AAAS 4000. Senior Seminar (3)
P: Declared majors and minors in AAAS, with senior status or consent of instructor. Capstone for undergraduates in African and African American Studies.

ANTH: Anthropology

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1000. Introduction to Anthropology (3) (FC:SO)
Anthropological studies of human culture.
1001. Aliens, Atlantis and Archaeology: Pseudoscience and Interpretations of the Past (3) (FC:SO)
Critical examination of some of the extraordinary claims concerning archaeological sites and artifacts.
1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S)(FC:SO)
Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore human diversity and the impact of globalization.
2000. Archaeology Around the World (3) (FC:SO)
Prehistory of major geographic regions and cultural areas of the world from origins of human culture to beginning of recorded history.
2002. Introduction to Asia (3)
Introduces Asian civilizations and cultures
2005. Environmental Anthropology (3) FC:SO)
Human adaptation to different environments from prehistoric to modern times.
2010. Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO)
Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns.
2015. Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3) (WI*) (FC:SC) Same as BIOL 2015
May count toward foundations curriculum science requirement for all except anthropology majors. May not count toward foundations curriculum social sciences requirement. RP: BIOL course. Evolutionary theory, human evolution, and formation of human variability, adaptation and genetics, and our relationship with other primates.
2016. Biological Anthropology Laboratory (1) (FC:SC) Same as BIOL 2016
May not count toward foundations curriculum science requirement for anthropology majors. May not count toward foundations curriculum 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.
2025. Sexual Behavior from an Anthropological Perspective (3) (FC: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.
2200. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3) (FC:SO)
Nature of human culture. Emphasis on concepts and methods of cross-cultural study of human societies.
2760. Afro-Caribbean Language And Culture (3) Same as ENGL 2760
P: ENGL 1200. Description and analysis of the languages spoken by the descendents of Africans in the Caribbean.
3002. Cultures of East Asia (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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).
3003. Cultures of Africa (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Traditional cultures of Africa south of the Sahara.
3004. Cultures of the South Pacific (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Traditional cultures of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
3005. North American Indians (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
3009. Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions (3) (FC:SO) Same as RELI 3000; WOST 3000
Female representation of deities in Eastern traditions, including Hinduism, Mahayana Buddhism, and Taoism. Religious and social impact of such representation.
3011. Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2000 or 2005 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Cross-cultural examination of hunter-gatherer lifeways using ethnographic, archaeological, and ethnoarchaeological data.
3012. Lifeways of Pastoral Nomads (3)
Cultures of the people of Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia who subsist on animal husbandry.
3013. Cultures of Mainland Southeast Asia (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
3016. Cultures of the Caribbean (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
3017. Cultures of Mexico and Guatemala (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
3018. Cultures of South and Central America (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
3020. Primate Behavior and Social Organization (3)
Pr: ANTH 2015, 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.
3026. Forensic Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 2015, 2016, or consent of instructor. May not count toward foundations curriculum requirement. Human osteology, establishing a biological profile, analysis of trauma and manner of death, and the legal duties of the forensic anthropologist.
3027. Human Health and Disease Ecology (3)
P: ANTH 2015, 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.
3028. Human Adaptation and Variation (3)
P: ANTH 2015; or consent of instructor. Evolutionary perspective of the adaptive nature of contemporary human physical diversity.
3030. Death and Disease in the Classical World (3)
P: ANTH 2000 or ANTH 2015, 2016; or consent of instructor. Explores archaeological and bioarchaeological evidence for disease and death in Classical Greece and Rome.
3050. Ethnographic Field Methods (3)
P: ANTH 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Lectures, readings, and fieldwork. Application of formal and informal ethnographic research techniques.
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.
3111. North American Archaeology (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2000 or consent of instructor. Culture, history, and development of prehistoric cultures of North America from earliest times to European colonization.
3113. Archaeology of the Old Testament World (3) Same as RELI 3113
P: ANTH 1000 or 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.
3114. Archaeology of the New Testament World (3) Same as RELI 3114
P: ANTH 1000 or 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.
3115. Caribbean Archaeology (3)
P: ANTH 2000 or consent of instructor. Archaeology of Circum Caribbean area from Archaic Period to end of Colonial Period.
3116. Latin American Archaeology (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 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.
3117. Prehistory of the Middle East (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 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.
3118. Pyramids, Pharaohs, and Mummies: The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2000 or consent of instructor. Survey of Egyptian material culture, from the Predynastic through the Greco-Roman period.
3150. Applying Anthropology to Contemporary Cultural Issues (3) (SL*)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Experiential learning about real life conditions both globally and within local communities in eastern North Carolina.
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.
3176. Cultural Anthropology Field School I (3)
May be taken concurrently with ANTH 3177. May count maximum of 6 s.h. of ANTH 3176, 3177, 4501, 4502, 4503, 4990, and 4991 toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Practical application of ethnographic methods and analysis in a cross-cultural field setting.
3177. Cultural Anthropology Field School II (3)
May be taken concurrently with ANTH 3176. May count maximum of 6 s.h. of ANTH 3176, 3177, 4501, 4502, 4503, 4990, and 4991 toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Practical application of ethnographic methods and analysis in a cross-cultural field setting.
3200. Women’s Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Comparative study of cross-cultural development and diversity of women’s roles.
3252. Medical Anthropology (3) (FC:SO)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Comparative and holistic study of cultural behavior in context of health and disease.
3300. Language and Culture (3) (FC: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.
3720. Writing Systems of the World (3) (F) Same as ENGL 3720
P: ENGL 1200. Writings systems and their relationship to language, literacy, and multicultural communication.
3770. Language Universals (3) (WI) Same as ENGL 3770
P: ENGL 1200. Analysis of components of human language and how they are uniquely configured within the human species, shaped by the brain and evolution.
4000, 4001. Selected Topics in Anthropology (3,3)
May count a maximum of 6 s.h. P: ANTH 1000; 6 s.h. in ANTH above 2999. Specialized topics and current developments.
4025. Theory in Anthropology (3) (WI)
P: ANTH 2010 or 2200, 2000 and 2015, 2016 or consent of instructor; RP: ANTH 3050 or 3077 or 4400, 4401. Historical development of major theoretical schools within anthropology through study of recurrent issues debated by key theorists in discipline.
4050. Psychological Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
4054. Anthropology of Religion (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 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.
4201. Special Topics in Archaeology (3)
P: ANTH 2000; or consent of instructor. Specialized topics and current developments.
4202. Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 2200 or 2010; or consent of instructor. Specialized topics and current developments.
4203. Special Topics in Biological Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 2015; or consent of instructor. Specialized topics and current developments.
4225. Human Evolution (3)
P: ANTH 2015, 2016; or consent of instructor. Data, methods, and theoretical problems in human evolution.
4253. Social Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Social organization. Emphasis on kinship and descent.
4260. Cultural Ecology (3)
P: ANTH 1000 or 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Relationship of human populations to their environments. Basic principles and approaches of cultural ecology examined and applied to case study materials.
4400, 4401. Human Skeletal Analysis (4,0)
P: ANTH 2015, 2016; or consent of instructor. Analysis of human skeleton. Emphasis on techniques required for archaeological and anthropological research.
4501, 4502, 4503. Independent Study (1,2,3) (4503: WI*)
P: Consent of instructor. Intensive research in selected subdiscipline of anthropology.
4550, 4551. Anthropology Honors (3,3)
P: Junior standing in ANTH; minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and minimum 3.5 GPA in ANTH; minimum of 2.0 s.h. in ANTH; or consent of dept chair. Extensive program of carefully supervised reading and research in an area of anthropology. Written report in format of professional paper.
4990. Internship in Applied Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH major with consent of dept chair and supervising faculty member. 180 work and 42 academic hours. May be taken concurrently with ANTH 4991. May count maximum of 6 s.h. of ANTH 4501, 4502, 4503, 4990, and 4991 toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Supervised internship with application of anthropological principles to work in the public sector. Parallel reading and study required.
4991. Advanced Internship in Applied Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH major with consent of dept chair and supervising faculty member. 180 work and 42 academic hours. May be taken concurrently with ANTH 4990. Students may count a maximum of 6 s.h. of ANTH 4501, 4502, 4503, 4990, and 4991 toward any degree offered in the anthropology department. Supervised internship in the public sector resulting in an internship report based on an independent research project undertaken at the work site.
5010. Advanced Archaeological Methods and Theory (3)
P: ANTH 3077 or equivalent or consent of instructor. Advanced survey of methodology relevant to analysis of archaeological cultures. Emphasis on research design, processes of culture change, and theoretical applications.
5015. Advanced Ethnographic Methods and Theory (3) 3 hours per week and field research projects.
P: ANTH 3050 or equivalent or consent of instructor. Advanced training in ethnographic field methods and theory. Emphasis on individual and group research.
5030. Economic Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 2200 or consent of instructor. Production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services from an anthropological perspective. Emphasis on ways in which society and culture influence economic behaviors in underdeveloped regions.
5065. Maritime Anthropology (3)
P: ANTH 2200 or consent of instructor. Systematic study of human adaptations to marine environments around the world from prehistoric to contemporary periods. Emphasis on cross-cultural examinations of nonindustrial societies.
5120. Archaeology of the Southeastern US (3)
P: ANTH 2000 or consent of instructor. Intensive study of prehistoric cultures in Southeastern US. Emphasis on cultural dynamics and environmental relationships.
5125. Historical Archaeology (3)
P: ANTH 2000 or consent of instructor. Development and practice of historical archaeology with theoretical and methodological contributions. Contemporary issues, including ongoing projects in NC and Southeast.
5126. Public Archaeology (3)
P: ANTH 2000 or consent of instructor. Pragmatic approach to archaeology beyond the academic setting, including legislative mandates, contract archaeology, and public education.
5175. Advanced Archaeological Field Training (6) 40 hours of field research per week (summer).
P: ANTH 3077 or 3175 or equivalent; or consent of instructor. Research methods applied to specific archaeological field problems.
5201. Special Topics in Archaeology (3) May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h.
P: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. Advanced level. Topics vary depending on student interest and current issues.
5202. Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology (3) May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h.
P: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. Advanced level. Topics vary depending on student interest and current issues.
5203. Special Topics in Physical Anthropology (3) May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h.
P: Graduate standing or consent of instructor. Advanced level. Topics vary depending on student interest and current issues.
ANTH Banked Courses
2020. Contemporary Human Problems and Global Issues (3)
3024. Heredity and Culture (3)
3075, 3076. Archaeological Methods and Laboratory (3,0)
3112. Archaeology of Mexico and Guatemala (3)
4252. Anthropology of Aging (3)
 

ART: Animation/Interactive Design

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2070. Animation/Interactive Design Survey (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1030; 1906 or 1907. Using computers to solve visual problems. Exploration of ways that animation/interactive design and digital imaging can complement experiences in various disciplines.
2470. Introduction to Digital 3D Modeling and Animation (3)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Studio that develops students design process through construction of digital 3D models and animation.
3070. Electronic Interactive Multimedia (3) (F,S)
2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2070 or 2071 or consent of instructor. Interactive multimedia design process. Web based projects incorporate sound, full-motion video, and still and kinetic imagery. Users interact with information presented. Emphasis on problem-seeking/problem-solving processes.
3082. Motion Graphics Studio (3) (F,SS)
An introductory course in motion graphics, kinetic typography, and broadcast and web animation.
3442. Products and Environments (3) (F)
P: ART 2210 or consent of instructor. User-based design principles applied to exhibit environments and furniture systems intended for repetitive production.
3470. Digital 3D Animation (3)
P: ART 2470 or consent of instructor. Design studio that develops student’s concept of digital 3D modeling as applied to animation and special effects.
4070. Advanced Interactive Media (3) (S)
1 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2070, 3070; or consent of instructor. Advanced exploration of interactive media design process. Emphasis on problem-seeking/problem-solving processes.
4411. Professional Practice (3)
P: ART 4070, 4470 or 4200 or 4210 or 4220; 4240; or consent of instructor. Advanced media design projects and practices for professional portfolio presentations are covered to prepare students for entry-level employment.
4470. Digital 3D Lighting and Rendering (3)
P: ART 3470 or consent of instructor. Design studio that develops the concept of digital geometries. Basic elements that make digital 3D models, including effects of lighting, texture mapping and rendering.

ART: Animation/Interactive Design For Non-Art Majors

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1070. Animation Art with ECU’s Sonic Plaza for Non-Art Majors (3) (F,S,SS)
May not substitute for ART 1005. Introduction to the fundamentals of art through making animations for ECU’s Sonic Plaza monitor ring.

ART: Art and Design

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1005. Design I (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:FA)
P: ART major or administrative approval. Elements and principles of design as applied to two and three dimensions.
1015. Design II (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1005, 1020 with a minimum grade of C (2.0); 1905; or administrative approval. Extension and development of content of ART 1005.
1020. Drawing (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:FA)
P: ART major or administrative approval. Introduction to drawing in various media.
1025. Digital Design (3)
P: ART 1005, 1020 with a minimum grade of C; ART 1905; or administrative approval. Elements and principles of design as applied to digital art in two and three dimensions and time based media.
1030. Figure Drawing (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1005, 1020 with a minimum grade of C (2.0); 1905; or administrative approval. Introduction to drawing the human figure using various media.
1905. The Dimensions of Art (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1905 (Art History)
P: Art major or consent of instructor. Various ways of perceiving, discussing, and analyzing works of art.
1906. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1906 (Art History; Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to Renaissance.
1907. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1907 (Art History; Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from Renaissance to modern times.
2540. Intermediate Drawing (3) (F,S) Formerly ART 1040 Same as ART 2540 (Drawing)
P: ART 1015, 1030; or consent of instructor. Extension of ART 1020. Investigation of materials, media, and abstraction.
2550. Intermediate Figure Drawing (3) (F,S) Formerly ART 1050 Same as ART 2550 (Drawing)
P: ART 1015, 1030; or consent of instructor. Extension of ART 1030. Investigation of drawing strategies and techniques as relevant to the human figure.

ART: Art Education

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1001. Color and Design (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:FA)
Not open to ART majors. May not substitute for ART 1005. Color theory and design principles.
2123. Early Experiences for the Prospective Teacher (1) (WI*) (F,S)
Minimum of 16 hours of observations of public school art classes and related school activities plus 1 hour per week of seminar to discuss the observations.
2870. Computers in Art Education (1) (F,S)
1 lecture and 1 studio hour per week. P: ART 1015, 1030. Entry-level experiences in basic computer operations applicable to the art education classroom K-12.
3850. Art in the Elementary School (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:FA)
Not open to ART majors. P: Junior standing. Art educational philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.
3851. Art in the Elementary School (3) (WI*) (F,S)
P: ART major; junior standing. Art education philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.
3860. Classroom Participation in Art (1) (F,S)
P: Junior standing; ART 3851. Classroom participation in the teaching of art classes and discussion of procedures used.
4323. Art in the Secondary School (3) (F,S)
P: Junior standing; admission to upper division. Art education philosophy, methodology, media, and techniques for junior and senior high school classes.
4325. Internship Seminar: Issues in Art Education (1) (F,S)
P: Senior standing; admission to upper division; ART 2123, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses; C: ART 4850 or 4851 and 4870 or 4871. Seminar for discussion of the issues and concerns of the internship experience.
4850. Art Internship in Elementary Education (6) (F,S)
P: Senior standing; admission to upper division; ART 2123, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses; C: ART 4325 and 4871. Observation and supervised teaching in elementary school classes.
4851. Art Internship in Elementary Education (3) (F,S)
P: Senior standing; admission to upper division; ART 2123, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses; C: ART 4325, 4870. Observation and supervised teaching in elementary school classes.
4870. Art Internship in Secondary Education (6) (F,S)
P: Senior standing; admission to upper division; ART 2123, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses; C: ART 4325 and 4851. Observation and supervised teaching in junior and/or senior high school classes.
4871. Art Internship in Secondary Education (3) (F,S)
P: Senior standing; admission to upper division; ART 2123, 3860, 4323; successful completion of professional education courses; C: ART 4325, 4850. Observation and supervised teaching in secondary school classes.
5323. Art in the Secondary School (3)
P: Acceptance in MAT program. Art education philosophy, methodology, media, and techniques for teaching junior and senior high school students.
5810. Arts and Crafts for Elementary Teachers (3)
Workshop course. Not open to ART majors. Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and craft processes suitable for elementary school classes.
5851. Art in the Elementary School (3)
P: Acceptance in MAT program. Art education philosophy, methodology, materials, processes, and specific projects for elementary classes.
5860. Classroom Participation in Art (1)
P: Acceptance in MAT program. Classroom practice in the teaching of art and discussion of procedures used.
5870. Computers in Art Education (1)
P: Acceptance in MAT program. Entry-level basic computer operations applicable to the K-12 art education classroom.

ART: Art History

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1905. The Dimensions of Art (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1905 (Art)
P: Art major or consent of instructor. Various ways of perceiving, discussing, and analyzing works of art.
1906. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1906 (Art; Art for Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to Renaissance.
1907. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1907 (Art; Art for Non-art majors)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from Renaissance to modern times.
2900. History of Prints and Drawings (3)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. History of printmaking and drawing from Renaissance to present.
2910. Ancient Art History (3) (WI*) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Egyptian, Minoan, Mycenaean, Greek, and Roman art.
2920. Art of the Middle Ages (3) (WI)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art.
2925. Byzantine Art and Architecture (3) (WI)
Art and architecture of the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe (ca. 300-1500). Focus on accomplishments in the Byzantine Empire and artistic realms of its cultural influence (may include Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sicily and Venice).
3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) (F,S)
Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India.
3930. Italian Renaissance Art: 1300-1500 (3) (WI*)
P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in Italy from 1300-1500.
3935. Italian Baroque Art: 1600-1700 (3) (WI)
Significant artists and art theories of Baroque Italy.
3940. Italian Renaissance Art: 1500-1600 (3) (WI*) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in Italy from 1500-1600.
3950. Architectural History of the Middle East Before 1600 (3) (FC:FA)
P: Junior standing; ART 1905 or 1910; 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Architecture of ancient Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Egypt, and early Christian and early Islamic cultures of Middle East.
3951. Introduction to the History of Architecture (3) (WI) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Survey of architectural history in the West, from prehistory to twenty-first century, including context, expressive content, function, structure, style, form, building technology. Main architectural terms, concepts, and theories.
3953. Russian Art and Architecture (3)
Survey of art and architecture of Russia from medieval to modern times.
3960. Art and Power in Mesoamerica (3) (WI*) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907. Chronological survey of major Mesoamerican cultures and how the visual arts they produce reflect aspects of religious and political power.
3961. Native North American Art and Ritual (3) (S)
P: ART 1906, 1907. Overview of major Pre-Columbian North American cultures and how visual arts created by native artists were part of their ritual, religious, and everyday lives. Covers cultural changes due to European impact.
3962. Art and Landscape in the Andes (3) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Chronological survey of Andean visual culture. Analysis of Andean art from a landscape and sacred geography perspective.
3970. African Art (3) (WI*) (F,S)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Traditional and contemporary art of west and central Africa.
3975. African American Art (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 3975 (Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of the instructor. Survey of African American art in North America from Colonial period through twentieth century. Examines works of art and craft in different media. Explores cultural impact on the production of art.
3980. Ceramic History of North Carolina and the Southeastern United States (3) (S)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. NC ceramics from colonial times to present.
3990. Art History and Its Methods (3) (WI*) (F) Formerly ART 4980
Required of art history majors. P: ART 1906, 1907 or consent of instructor. Seminar in methodologies of art history.
4900. Northern Renaissance Art History (3) (WI*)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Northern European painting, sculpture, and architecture from 1300-1600.
4910. Northern Baroque Art (3) (WI*)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Painting, architecture, and sculpture in Low Countries, England, and France during seventeenth century.
4916. Art of India (3) (WI*)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Significant art periods, traditions, and artists of ancient and modern India.
4918. Eighteenth Century Art (3) (WI) Same as ART 4918 (Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Artists and movements in European painting, sculpture and decorative arts. Rococo, new classicisms, early romanticism and related trends.
4920. Nineteenth-Century Art (3) (WI*) (S) Same as ART 4920 (Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Artists and movements in European painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Neo-classicism, romanticism, realism, impressionism, post-impressionism, and related trends of nineteenth century.
4940. Survey of Twentieth-Century Modern Art: 1900-1950 (3) (F) (WI*)
Art from the first half of the twentieth century.
4942. Survey of Twentieth-Century Modern Art: 1950-2000 (3) (F) (FC:FA)
Art from the second half of the twentieth century.
4944. Studies in Contemporary Art: Post 1960s Art (3)
A critical look at the art since the 1960s dealing with the political economy of representation.
4946. Studies in Contemporary Art: Post 1980s Art (3)
A critical look at the art since the 1980s that has been engaged in representing a political economy.
4948. Art of the United States (3)
A critical look at the art in the U.S. from the colonial times to the present.
4950. Twentieth-Century Architecture (3)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Sources and development of contemporary architecture of the world.
4970. History of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Design (3) (S) Same as ART 4970 (Non-Art Majors)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Major artists and movements in history of textile, ceramic, metal, wood, and graphic design.

ART: Art History Courses for Non-SOAD Majors

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1906. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1906 (Art; Art History)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to Renaissance.
1907. Art History Survey (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 1907 (Art; Art History)
P: ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from Renaissance to modern times.
1910. Art Appreciation (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:FA)
P: Non-art major. Visual experience to enhance student’s understanding and enjoyment of international art.
2905. Masterpieces in the Visual Arts and Literature (3) (FC:FA)
For General College student. Not open to those who have credit for ART 1907. P: Non-ART major. Comparative study of selected visual and literary works from the Renaissance to modern times.
2906. West and Central African Art (3) (S) (FC:FA)
For General College student. Not open to those who have credit for ART 3970 nor to art history minors. P: Non-ART major. Art from west and central Africa examined within environmental and societal conditions which influence its production and uses.
3975. African American Art (3) (F,S) (FC:FA) Same as ART 3975 (Art History)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of the instructor. Survey of African American art in North America from Colonial period through twentieth century. Examines works of art and craft in different media. Explores cultural impact on the production of art.
4918. Eighteenth Century Art (3) (WI) Same as ART 4918 (Art History)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Artists and movements in European painting, sculpture and decorative arts. Rococo, new classicisms, early romanticism and related trends.
4920. Nineteenth-Century Art (3) (WI*) (S) Same as ART 4920 (Art History)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Artists and movements in European painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Neo-classicism, romanticism, realism, impressionism, post-impressionism, and related trends of nineteenth century.
4970. History of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Design (3) (S) Same as ART 4970 (Art History)
P: ART 1906, 1907; or consent of instructor. Major artists and movements in history of textile, ceramic, metal, wood, and graphic design.

ART: Ceramics

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2105. Ceramics Survey (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Total ceramic process. Emphasis on potter’s wheel.
2115. Ceramics Studio I (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Clay mineralogy and development of clay body formulas. Basic pottery wheel forms.
2125. Ceramics Studio II (3) (F,S,SS)
Glaze components and formulation. Self firing of kilns. Hand building and production pottery techniques.
3100. Ceramics Studio III (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Kiln materials, design, repair, and construction. More complex hand building and pottery forms.
3110. Ceramics Studio IV (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Glaze calculation theory, objectives, and application. Advanced hand building and pottery wheel problems.
3120. Ceramics Studio V (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.
4100. Ceramics Studio VI (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.
4110. Ceramics Studio VII (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.
4120. Ceramics Studio VIII (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2105 or consent of instructor. Advanced and aesthetic studies in clay.
5100. Ceramics Studio IX (3)
P for graduate students: May count as an elective with consent of instructor. Senior projects in ceramic art and design. Slide portfolio requirement and senior exhibition.
5110. Ceramics Studio X (3)
P for graduate students: May count as an elective with consent of instructor. Advanced projects in ceramic art and design.

ART: Cinematic Arts/Media Productions

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2205. Digital Video Production Survey (3)
P: ART 1005, 1020, 1905. Introduction to the digital video production process. Emphasis on pre-production, production, and post-production elements.
2206. Applied Production Techniques (3)
P: ART 2205. Intermediate video production combining intermediate theoretical concepts and production of intermediate video projects.
2411. Introduction to Scriptwriting (3)
P: Acceptance into CAMP concentration. Introduction to scriptwriting for agency, television, short-form narrative, and documentary productions through the study of professional finished works and the practice of writing scripts.
2430. Critical Film Analysis in the Progression of Production Techniques (3)
P: ENGL 1100. Introduction to the theory, application and critical analysis of moving/time-based media.
2460. Image Theory and Aesthetics (3)
P: Acceptance into CAMP concentration. Introduction to the principles of time-based media theory and aesthetics in particular light, space, time, motion, and sound.
2480. Visual Storytelling (3)
P: ART 2206. Introduction to visual, time/motion-based storytelling by applying oral and written principles from traditional media.
3420. Cinematography, Lighting and Audio Capture (3)
P: ART 2411, 2460, 2480. Intermediate concepts and practices of cinematography, including camera and lighting aesthetics and audio capture techniques.
3435. Advanced Scriptwriting (3)
P: ART 2411, 2460, 2480. Critiquing professional scripts and writing scripts that will be filmed in subsequent CAMP production courses.
3450. Post-production Editing (3)
P: ART 2411, 2460, 2480. Intermediate theory and application for video editing.
3462. Short-form Narrative Production (3)
P: ART 3420, 3450. Producing and directing short-form narrative films.
3464. Agency Production (3)
P: ART 3420, 3450. Producing and directing agency productions.
3466. Documentary Production (3)
P: ART 3420, 3450. Producing and directing documentary films.
3468. Advanced Television Studio Production (3)
P: Acceptance to CAMP concentration. Producing and directing live-to-tape television productions.
3480. Audio Production for Cinematic Application (3)
P: ART 2411, 2460, 2480. General audio theory, location audio capture, and audio post-production.
4430. Advanced Editing and DVD Production (3)
P: ART 3450. Advanced theory and application of video editing concepts and DVD production.
4440. Senior Project Production (3)
P: ART 3462 or 3464 or 3466. Writing, producing, directing, and editing a short-narrative film, agency production, or documentary film.
4490. Senior Seminar/Senior Show (3)
P: ART 3462 or 3464 or 3466. Develop a resume and portfolio DVD Web site, produce one public service announcement for a local nonprofit, and screen selected works in a senior show.

ART: Community Arts Management

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4000. Community Arts Management (3) (F,S)
Internship. Practical experience in community arts organizations management. Public art production in music, drama, or the visual arts.

ART: Drawing

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2540. Intermediate Drawing (3) (F,S) Formerly ART 1040 Same as ART 2540 (Art)
P: ART 1015, 1030; or consent of instructor. Extension of ART 1020. Investigation of materials, media, and abstraction.
2550. Intermediate Figure Drawing (3) (F,S) Formerly ART 1050 Same as ART 2550 (Art)
P: ART 1015, 1030; or consent of instructor. Extension of ART 1030. Investigates drawing strategies and techniques as relevant to the human figure.
3551. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F)
ART 3551, 3552, 3553 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. Arranged by instructor in consultation with student. P: ART 2550. Emphasis on representation of human figure.
3552. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F)
ART 3551, 3552, 3553 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. Arranged by instructor in consultation with student. P: ART 3551. Emphasis on representation of human figure.
3553. Problems in Figure Drawing (3) (F)
ART 3551, 3552, 3553 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. Arranged by instructor in consultation with student. P: ART 3552. Emphasis on representation of human figure.
3554. Figure and the Environment (3)
ART 3554, 3555, 4551 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. P: ART 2540. Relationship of the figure to environment. Emphasis on the figure to discover and manipulate space.
3555. Drawing Media and Technique (3)
ART 3554, 3555, 4551 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. P: ART 2540. Drawing and painting processes as means of pictorial investigation. Use of materials for exploring aesthetic issues related to image making.
4551. Selected Problems in Drawing (3) (S)
ART 3554, 3555, 4551 should be taken in sequence after ART 2550. Designed by student in consultation with instructor. P: ART 3554 or 3555. Series of problems pertinent to needs and interests of student.
5550. Advanced Figure Drawing (3)
P: ART 3553. In-depth investigation of the figure for exploring various drawing issues.
5551. Advanced Drawing (3)
P: ART 4551. In-depth exploration of drawing as depiction, organizational device, metaphor, and object. Drawing for exploring aesthetic issues related to various forms of image making.

ART: Fabric Design

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2326. Fabric Design Studio I (Silk Screen) (3) (F)
P: ART 2303. Methods of decorating fabric with silk screen printing techniques.
2336. Fabric Design Studio II (3) (S)
P: ART 2303. Fundamentals of fabric design. Batik, tie-dye, direct dye application, and combined techniques.
3306. Fabric Design Studio III (3) (F)
P: ART 2336. Further exploration of fabric design techniques and various dye groups.
3316. Fabric Design Studio IV (3) (S)
P: ART 2326, 2336. Advanced printing and combined techniques applied to designing fabrics.
4306. Fabric Design Studio V (3) (F)
P: ART 3316. Application of advanced techniques applied in fabric design. Major projects of significant scale.
4316. Fabric Design Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 4306. Advanced fabric design. Light-sensitive materials.
4326. Fabric Design Studio VII (3) (F,S)
P: ART 4316. Advanced creative exploration of selected fabric design processes.
5306. Fabric Design Studio VIII (3)
P: ART 4326. Original research in nonstructural textile design.
5316. Fabric Design Studio IX (3)
P: ART 5306. Original research in nonstructural textile design.
 

ART: Graphic Design

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2200. Graphic Design Survey (3) (F)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Basic conceptual problem solving relevant to two and three-dimensional formats. Emphasis on graphic, typographic, and spatial relationships. Exploration of media and techniques, including electronic environments.
2210. Graphic Design Studio I (3) (S)
P: ART 2200 or consent of instructor. Exploration of conceptual problem solving in two- and three-dimensional applied design. Further exploration of media and techniques, including electronic environments.
3200. Graphic Design Studio II (3)
P: Acceptable portfolio review; ART 2210; or consent of instructor. Typographic images in historical and modern design. Emphasis on contemporary applications through digital media. Typographic function, flow, and form.
3210. Graphic Design Studio III (3)
P: ART 3200 or consent of instructor. Planning, prototyping, visual design, and basic technical aspects of interactive media for graphic design. Exploration and application of human factors in graphic design.
4200. Graphic Design Studio IV (3)
P: ART 3100 or consent of instructor. Graphic design problems across varied media, including exploration of practical execution of design artifacts. Two- and three dimensional formats.
4205. Graphic Design Studio V (3)
C: ART 4200 or consent of instructor. Advanced graphic design problems across varied media, including applied design research, and user testing.
4210. Graphic Design Studio VI (3)
P: ART 4205 or consent of instructor. Extended study of typography as related to communication design. Emphasis on informational and aesthetic concerns in professional design forum. Two- and three-dimensional formats.
4215. Graphic Design Studio VII (3)
C: ART 4210 or consent of instructor. Advanced problems in graphic design. Development of self-promotional materials and professional portfolio.
5210. Advanced Graphic Design (3)
For students specializing in the discipline. P for undergraduate students: ART 4200 or 4210; P for graduate students: ART 4210. Advanced problems in graphic design history. Development of self-promotional materials and professional portfolio.

Graphic Design students take ART 2200 and 27 s.h., including the following courses: ART 2210, 3200, 3210, 4200, 4205, 4210 and 4215.

ART: Illustration

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2230. Illustration Survey (3) (F,S) Formerly ART 3230
P: ART 1015, 1030; or consent of instructor. Illustration as a communicative medium. Emphasis on media and techniques.
3240. Illustration Media and Techniques (3) (S)
P: ART 2230 or consent of instructor. Further development of technical skills required to create effective illustration. Emphasis on wide range of media used in contemporary illustration. Introduction to computer illustration.
4230. Intermediate Illustration (3) (F)
P: ART 2230 and consent of instructor. Advanced problems in illustration. Emphasis on graphic contexts.
5230. Advanced Illustration (3) (S)
P: ART 4230. Advanced problems in illustration. Emphasis on exploring aesthetic issues related to various forms of image making for illustrators. Development of creative professional illustration portfolio.
Illustration students take ART 2200, 2210, 2220, 2230, 3240, 4230, 5230 and 3 courses from the following: ART 2540, 3551, 3555, 3560 or 3561.

ART: Independent Study

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3500. Independent Study (3) (F,S,SS)
P: Consent of instructor, curricular coordinator, and dean.
3510, 3511, 3512, 3515. Directed Field Study in Studio Art (1,1,1,3)
Minimum of 35 hours of instruction at a qualified off-campus institution or program is required. May count toward studio concentration. P: ART 1015, 1030; consent of area coordinator and supervising instructor. Studio research supervised by School of Art and Design faculty in conjunction with another structured program or institution. Strengthens competencies in areas related to programs offered by School of Art and Design.
4010, 4020, 4030. Work Experience in the Visual Arts and Design (3,3,3) (F,S,SS)
Minimum of 140 work and academic hours per semester for 3 s.h. credit. Maximum of 3 s.h. obtained through independent study may be applied to art elective requirements. P: Consent of curricular coordinator. Supervised work experience. Strengthens competency in areas related to programs offered by School of Art and Design.
5500. Independent Study (3)
P: Consent of instructor, curricular coordinator, and dean.

ART: Interdisciplinary

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2071. Computer Graphics Orientation (1)
May count as 2- or 3-dimensional art elective. 1 lecture and 1 studio hour per week. P: ART 1030; 1906 or 1907. Entry-level experiences with cross-section of major categories of art applications available for Macintosh computer. Technical approach to image-input peripherals and image file formats. Computer presented as aid to visual thinking and planning.
3000, 3001. Intermedia Studio I, II (3,3) (F,S,SS)
6 contact hours per week. P: Consent of instructor. Visual art problems not geared toward specific media. Emphasis on creative problem solving. May involve various interdisciplinary activities.
3002. Book Arts One (3)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Covers basic elements of book construction and design. Emphasis will be on Artist’s Books and historical development of book structure.
3003. Introduction to Letterpress (3)
P: Consent of instructor. Design and printing of relief (type-high) compositions via industry-standard proof press. Includes a variety of plate and image-making processes.
3004. Book Arts Two (3)
P: ART 3002; or consent of instructor. Covers intermediate elements of book construction and conceptual development. Introduction to typographical hand composition and letterpress printing. Emphasis will be on Artist’s Books.

ART: Metal Design

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2300. Metal Design Survey (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Metal as medium in solving visual problems. Historical and technical aspects of designer craftsman using metal.
2301. Metal Design Studio I (Jewelry) (3) (S)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Design and production of jewelry.
2311. Metal Design Studio II (Enameling) (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Advanced enameling techniques employed in individually designed products.
2321. Metal Design Studio III (Raising, Spinning, Chasing, Repousse, Forging) (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Techniques of metal forming used by artist craftsman to produce individually styled objects.
3301. Metal Design Studio IV (3)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Advanced jewelry and metal design. Basic methods of casting.
3311. Metal Design Studio V (3) (S)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Advanced application of metal-forming techniques. Influence of traditional techniques on individually designed products.
3321. Metal Enameling Studio II (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2311 or consent of instructor. Further development of design sensitivity and technical skills required to produce enameled objects of art.
4301. Metal Design Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Production of individually designed products through application of casting and metal construction techniques.
4311. Metal Design Studio VII (3)
P: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Design problems in contemporary materials and techniques.
5301. Metal Design Studio VIII (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Original research in metal design.
5311. Metal Design Studio IX (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2300 or consent of instructor. Original research in metal design.

ART: Painting

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2560. Painting Survey: Materials and Methods (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Extensive experimentation in studio techniques peculiar to traditional and contemporary painting problems. Emphasis on proper use of grounds, supports, and pigment characteristics. Criticism and lectures.
2561. Painting: Composition - Design for Painting (3) (F,S,SS)
May count toward art concentration or as art elective. Required for painting concentration students. P: ART 2560. Design principles in painting. Emphasis on color structure and fundamental methods of pictorial organization.
3560. Painting: Watercolor (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2560 or consent of instructor. Comprehensive analysis and use of watercolor and related liquid media in expressive painting.
3561. Painting Studio I (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 2560 or consent of instructor. Focus on growth and development of individual concepts in painting. Experimentation and exploration of assigned problems. Emphasis on individual analysis and discussion of work.
3562. Figure Painting (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2550; 2560 or consent of instructor. Human figure as primary motif in painting. Painting from model.
3563. Painting Studio II (3) (F,S,SS)
Continuation of studio I. Emphasis on technical and aesthetic problems of painting. Individual and group criticism of work.
3564. Advanced Figure Painting (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3562 or consent of instructor. Advanced individual study of the figure as primary motif in painting. Painting from model.
3566. Portrait Painting (3) (S)
P: ART 2560 or consent of instructor. Individual study of human head and costumed figure as primary motif in painting. Painting from model.
4560. Advanced Painting I (3) (F,S)
P: Acceptable portfolio review. Focus on growth and development of individual concepts in painting. Individual instruction and group criticism.
4561. Advanced Painting II (3) (F,S)
P: Acceptable portfolio review. Orientation to student’s individual strengths and interests. Emphasis on independent thinking. Individual instruction and group criticism.
4562. Advanced Painting III (3) (F,S)
P: Acceptable portfolio review. Continuation of ART 4561. Emphasis on individual criticism.
4563. Advanced Painting IV (3) (F,S)
P: Acceptable portfolio review. Continuation of individual growth and development. Individual and group criticism.
4564. Advanced Painting V (3) (F,S)
P: Acceptable portfolio review. Personal directions in painting. Individual and group criticism.
5560. Advanced Painting VI (3)
Personal direction in painting. Individual and group criticism.
5561. Advanced Painting VII (3)
Personal direction in painting.

ART: Photography

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1250. Digital Photography for Non-SOAD Majors (3) (F,S) (FC:FA)
Introduction to visual concepts and digital photography as a fine art.
2220. Photography Survey (3) (F,S)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Basic camera techniques, darkroom procedures, and assignments. Full scope of photographic problems.
2225. Basic Black and White Photography (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2220. Fundamentals of black and white wet process photography with emphasis on development of visual concepts and articulation of ideas.
3250. Introduction to Digital Photography (3) (F)
2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 2225; or consent of instructor. Digital photography and its applications to design and fine art.
3260. Intermediate Photography (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2225. In-depth exploration in camera work, darkroom techniques, and visual literacy.
3270. Color Photography (3)
P: ART 3250, 3260; or consent of instructor. Color theory and technique with an emphasis upon the creative use of color in photo-based media.
3280. Concepts in Photography (3)
P: ART 3250, 3260; or consent of instructor. Investigation of contemporary practices in photography and development of a concept-based body of artwork.
4220. Studio Photography (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3260 or consent of instructor. In-depth exploration of camera, lighting, studio, and darkroom techniques as means of exploring issues in communications and aesthetics.
4240. Advanced Digital Photography (3) (S)
2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 3210, 3250; or consent of instructor. Extended study of digital photography as related to image design and communications. Emphasis on collecting raw image data to be processed with other information.
4250. Professional Practices in Photography (3) (F,S)
2 lecture and 4 studio hours per week. P: ART 4220, 4240; or consent of instructor. Advanced problems in photography. Emphasis on digital and analog solutions to professional projects.
5220. Advanced Photography (3)
P: ART 2220. Advanced photographic techniques, sequential problems, animation, and film.

Photography students take ART 2220, 3080, 3250, 3260, 3270, 3280, 4220, 4240, 4250 and 5220.

ART: Printmaking

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2010. Printmaking Survey (3) (F,S)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Broad aspects of relief, intaglio, and planographic processes.
2020. Printmaking Workshop I (1) (S)
2 studio hours per week. P: ART 1015, 1030; 1906 or 1907; 2010 or consent of instructor. Continued development of artistic skills. Basic black and white techniques of collagraphic process.
2030. Printmaking Workshop II (1) (S)
2 studio hours per week. P: ART 1015, 1030; 1906 or 1907; 2010 or consent of instructor. Continued development of artistic skills. Basic stencil techniques of silk-screen process.
2040. Printmaking Workshop III (1)
2 studio hours per week. P: ART 2220. Continued development of artistic skills. Basic techniques of photo silk-screen process.
2050. Printmaking Workshop IV (1) (S) 2 studio hours per week.
P: ART 2010, 2220; or consent of instructor. Continued development of artistic skills. Basic techniques of photo-intaglio process.
2600. Printmaking Studio I (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010 or consent of instructor. Continued development of aesthetic concerns. Basic intaglio acid techniques of line etching, aquatint, soft-ground, lift-ground, and appropriate printing procedures.
2610. Printmaking Studio II (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2600 or consent of instructor. Continued development of aesthetic concerns. Basic intaglio non-acid techniques of drypoint, engraving, mezzotint, and appropriate printing processes. Intaglio color printing techniques include multiplate, stenciled color, and one-plate printing methods. Etching techniques from ART 2600 employed to make plates for color printing.
3600. Printmaking Studio III (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010 or consent of instructor. Continued development of aesthetic concerns. Basic processes of lithography. Printing surface preparation, elementary drawing techniques, and printing.
3610. Printmaking Studio IV (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3600 or consent of instructor. Continued development of aesthetic concerns. Several advanced processes employed in lithography. Include color printing, transfer media, and introduction of other print media.
4600. Printmaking Studio V (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010, 3610; or consent of instructor. In-depth investigation of a printmaking process. Emphasis on aesthetic and technical considerations.
4610. Printmaking Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010, 4600; or consent of instructor. In-depth investigation of a printmaking process. Emphasis on aesthetic and technical considerations.
4620. Printmaking Studio VII (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010, 4610; or consent of instructor. Initiation and development of a series of prints to be resolved as folio or fine book.
4630. Printmaking Studio VIII (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010, 4620; or consent of instructor. Continuation of ART 4620.
4640. Printmaking Studio IX (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2010, 4630; or consent of instructor. Continuation of ART 4630. Completion of folio or book.
5610. Printmaking Studio X (3)
P: ART 2010, 4640. Independent investigation of specific problems in printmaking.

ART: Sculpture

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2705. Sculpture Survey (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Methods, materials, and styles of sculpture.
2715. Sculpture Studio I (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2705 or consent of instructor. Subtractive techniques (stone, wood, and plaster) as sculptural problems.
2725. Sculpture Studio II (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2715. Additive techniques (plaster, clay, wood, and steel) as sculptural problems.
3700. Sculpture Studio III (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2725. Manipulation and substitution techniques (welding and cast metals) as sculptural problems.
3710. Sculpture Studio IV (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3700. Advanced studio techniques in sculpture (foundry) to explore visual aesthetics.
3720. Sculpture Studio V (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3710. Advanced studio techniques in sculpture (welded metals) to explore visual aesthetics.
4700. Sculpture Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3720. Advanced studio studies in sculpture to develop a personal aesthetic statement (interior scale).
4710. Sculpture Studio VII (3) (F,S,SS)
P: ART 4700. Advanced studio studies in sculpture to develop a personal aesthetic statement (human scale).
5700. Sculpture Studio VIII (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2705 or consent of instructor. Concentrated studio pursuit and development of strong personal aesthetic sculptural statement.
5710. Sculpture Studio IX (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2705 or consent of instructor. Concentrated studio pursuit and development of strong personal aesthetic sculptural statement (architectural scale).

ART: Textile Design

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2303. Textile Design Survey (3) (F,S)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Structural and nonstructural textiles. Tools and techniques of textile designer.
2350. Off-Loom Textile Design (3)
P: ART 2303. Design with fibers using methods other than floor loom.
3350. Advanced Off-Loom Textile Design (3)
P: ART 2350. Advanced fiber design. Employs methods other than floor loom.

ART: Video

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3080. Introductory Video Art (3)
P for art majors: ART 1015, 1030; P for communication arts students: ART 2220. Video for aesthetic inquiry.
3081. Intermediate Video Art (3)
Explores video as expressive medium and builds upon competencies developed in P: ART 3080.

ART: Weaving Design

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2325. Weaving Design Studio I (3) (S)
P: ART 2303. Mechanics and operation of the loom. Basic loom-controlled techniques.
2335. Weaving Design Studio II (3) (S)
P: ART 2325. Advanced pattern drafting, multifiber exploration, and combined basic loom-controlled techniques.
3305. Weaving Design Studio III (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2335. Advanced application of loom controlled techniques.
3315. Weaving Design Studio IV (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3305. Advanced techniques. Multi-layered weaves and supplemental warping methods.
4305. Weaving Design Studio V (3) (F,S)
P: ART 3315. Advanced exploration of various loom and non-loom-controlled techniques.
4315. Weaving Design Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 4305. Advanced exploration of various loom- and non-loom-controlled techniques.
5305. Weaving Design Studio VII (3)
P: ART 4315. Original research in weaving and fiber design.
5315. Weaving Design Studio VIII (3)
P: ART 5305. Original research in weaving and fiber design.

ART: Wood Design

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2304. Wood Design Survey (3) (F,S)
P: ART 1015, 1030. Wood as medium in solving visual problems. Historical and technical aspects of designer craftsman using wood.
2322. Wood Design Studio I (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Application of techniques and design principles to wood as viable craft material.
2332. Wood Design Studio II (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Further and more specialized application of power tool technique to small scale objects.
3302. Wood Design Studio III (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Design with emphasis on combination of wood with various compatible materials.
3312. Wood Design Studio IV (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Increased scale regarding functional and decorative objects.
4302. Wood Design Studio V (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Furniture design and its relationship to function.
4312. Wood Design Studio VI (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Furniture as means of conceptual expression.
4322. Wood Design Studio VII (3) (F,S)
P: ART 2304. Functional and sculptural aspects of furniture design.
5302. Wood Design Studio VIII (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2304 or consent of instructor. Original research in wood design.
5312. Wood Design Studio IX (3)
P for undergraduate students: ART 2304 or consent of instructor. Original research in wood design.
Art Banked Courses
2950. Culture and Art of Europe (6)
3900. Prehistoric Art (3)
3910. Primitive Art History (3)
4005. Interdisciplinary Three-Dimensional Design Studio for Ceramics, Wood Design, Metal Design, and Sculpture (3)
4006. Interdisciplinary Three-Dimensional Design Studio for Sculpture, Environmental Design, and Wood Design (3)
4411. Professional Practice (3)
4420. Social and Cultural Perspectives in Design (3)
4421. Seminar in Contemporary Concepts (2)
4450, 4451, 4452. Interdisciplinary Environmental Design Studio (3,3,3)
4460. Urban Design (3)
4461. Comprehensive Environmental Design Studio (3)
 

ASEU: Area Studies - European Studies

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ASEU Banked Courses
3010, 3011. Field Study in Europe (3,3)

ASIA: Asian Studies

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2000. Introduction to Asia (3)
Introduces Asian civilizations and cultures, drawing on the disciplines of anthropology, art, geography, history, language and literature, philosophy, and religion.
2010. Great Books of Modern China (3) (WI) (F-OY) (FC: HU) Same as GRBK 2010
P: ENGL 1200. Guided discussion emphasizing close reading and reasoned argument by students on great works of modern Chinese literature in relation to history, philosophy and political thought.
4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3)
P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required for minors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore in-depth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures.

ASLS: American Sign Language Studies

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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.
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.

ATEP: Athletic Training Education Program

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1800. Orientation to Athletic Training (1) (F)
P: Admission to candidacy period of athletic training major; C: HLTH 1000 or 1050. Orientation and principles of observation in allied health settings.
2800. Medical Nomenclature for Human Performance (2) (F, S, SS)
Fundamental word-building principles of medical nomenclature, enabling effective communication with medical professionals and medical record keeping.
2810. Principles of Athletic Training (3) (S)
2 lecture and 2 lab hours per week. C: Current participation in candidacy aspect of the athletic training program; ATEP 2811; RC: BIOL 2130, 2140 or 2150; EXSS 2850. Fundamental principles. Recognition, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of athletic injuries. Practical clinical evaluation and preventative taping.
2811. Principles of Athletic Training Lab (1) (S)
2 lab hours per week. C: Current participation in candidacy period of athletic training program or consent of instructor; ATEP 2810; RC: BIOL 2130, 2140 or 2150; EXSS 2850. Fundamental principles. Recognition, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of athletic injuries. Practical clinical evaluation and prevention taping.
3000. Evidence-Based Medicine for the Health Care Professional (3) (F, SS)
3 lecture hours per week. RP: MATH 1065 or equivalent. Introduction and application of evidence-based medicine principles to clinical practice.
3200. Field Experience in Athletic Training I (1) (F)
1 lecture per week and clinical assignments. C: Athletic training major; ATEP 3810, 3811. Introduction to field experience. Supervised medical coverage of athletic teams.
3201. Basic Rehabilitation Techniques in Athletic Training (2) (S)
P: Athletic training major; C: ATEP 3820, 3821. Introduces basic principles of therapeutic exercise rehabilitation techniques of athletic injuries.
3250. Sports Medicine Treatment Modalities (3) (F)
3 lecture hours per week. P: ATEP 3820, 3821; C: ATEP 3251. In-depth study of theory and application of therapeutic modalities in relation to the treatment of athletic injuries.
3251. Sports Medicine Treatment Modalities Lab (1) (F)
2 lab hours per week. P: ATEP 3820, 3821; C: ATEP 3250. Clinical application of therapeutic modalities in relation to the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
3270. Pathology and General Medicine in Sport (3) (S)
P: BIOL 2130, or 2140, or 2150. General pathology associated with medical conditions in sport. Systemic approach to common medical disorders, including clinical proficiencies.
3271. Clinical Experience in Medicine (1) (F,S,SS)
P: ATEP 3200, 3270; C: Athletic training major. Clinical assignments in medical settings.
3272. Clinical Skills in Health Assessment (1) (F,S)
P/C: ATEP 3270; C: Athletic training major. Laboratory practice in skills necessary to determine health status.
3280. Therapeutic Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine (3) (S)
3 lecture hours per week. P: ATEP 3250, 3251; athletic training major; C: ATEP 3281. In-depth study of theory and application of therapeutic rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
3281. Therapeutic Rehabilitation in Sports Medicine Lab (1) (S)
2 lab hours per week. P: ATEP 3250, 3251; athletic training major; C: ATEP 3280. Practical application of therapeutic rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries in a lab setting.
3350. Concepts in Pharmacology (3) (F,S,SS)
RP: ATEP 2800 or equivalent. General knowledge of therapeutic drug classifications, indications, contraindications, regulations, and drug testing in sport.
3400. Clinical Experience in an Equipment Intensive Sport (2) (F,S)
1 lecture per week and clinical assignment to an equipment intensive sport for the semester. C: ATEP 3810, 3811; athletic training major. Introduces field experience in athletic training, including supervised medical coverage of athletics teams.
3500. Clinical Experience in Medical Readiness for Sport (1) (F)
100 clinical hours. P: ATEP 3820, 3821; C: Athletic training major. Application of didactic knowledge to the clinical aspect of medical readiness for sport.
3810. Orthopedic Evaluation of the Trunk and Upper Extremity (3) (F)
3 lecture hours per week. P: ATEP 2810, 2811; P/C: BIOL 2130, 2140 or 2150; EXSS 2850; C: ATEP 3811. In-depth study of pathomechanics or sports-related injury to trunk and upper extremity.
3811. Orthopedic Evaluation of Upper Extremity Lab (1) (F)
2 lab hours per week. P: ATEP 2810, 2811; P/C: BIOL 2130 or 2140; EXSS 2850; C: ATEP 3810. Practical application of assessment and disposition of injuries to the upper extremity.
3820. Orthopedic Evaluation of Lower Extremity (3) (S)
3 lecture hours per week. P: ATEP 3810, 3811; C: ATEP 3821. In-depth study of pathomechanics of sports-related injury to lower extremity.
3821. Orthopedic Evaluation of Lower Extremity Lab (1) (S)
2 lab hours per week. P: ATEP 3810, 3811; C: ATEP 3820. Practical application of assessment and disposition of injuries to the lower extremity.
3860. Sports Medicine Practicum I (3) (S)
1 lecture and 20 supervised clinical hours per week. P: ATEP 3810, 3811; C: Athletic training major. Practical experience in athletics under supervision of certified athletic trainer.
4001, 4002. Clinical Experience in Athletic Training (1,2) (F,S,SS)
P: Consent of instructor and athletic training major. Individualized program of clinical supervised hours in athletic training. Each can be repeated twice.
4300. Field Experience in Athletic Training II (1) (F,S,SS)
1 lecture per week and clinical assignments for the semester. P: ATEP 3250, 3251, 3820, 3821; athletic training major; and consent of instructor. Field experience in allied health settings relevant to athletic training.
4320. Organization and Administration of Sports Medicine (3)
2 lecture and 2 lab hours per week. P: ATEP 3820, 3821. Organization and administration of sports medicine programs including law, ethics, and therapeutic concepts. Advanced experience in prevention, clinical evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-associated afflictions.
4860. Sports Medicine Practicum II (3) (F)
1 lecture and 20 supervised clinical hours per week. P: ATEP 3820, 3821; C: Athletic training major. Practical experience in athletics under supervision of certified athletic trainer.