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HIED: History Education

2123. Early Experiences for the Prospective Teacher (1) (F,S)
For prospective teachers. Minimum of 16 hours of directed observations and planned participation in appropriate school environments and 8 hours of seminar class instruction in the teaching area. May not count toward BA major or minor. P: 6 s.h. in HIST and 6 s.h. in other social sciences. Introduction to teaching of history and social studies.
3001. Teaching Civics and Economics in the Secondary Classroom (3) (F)
Contributes to pre-service social studies teachers’ content and pedagogical knowledge related to teaching civics and economics at the 9-12 level.
3010. History Curriculum and Planning in the Secondary Classroom (2) (S)
Investigates elements of content-specific pedagogy, including lesson planning and classroom management. Practicum observations and teaching lessons in high school social studies classrooms are required components.
4010. Assessment in Secondary Social Studies (3) (F)
P: Admission to upper division; EDUC 3200; HIED 3001, 3010; or consent of instructor; C: HIED 4323. Introduction to assessments utilized by high school social studies teachers.
4319. Teaching Social Studies in the Middle Grades (3) (F)
10 to 12 hours of field experience. May not count toward BA or BS in HIST major or minor. P: Admission to upper division; 18 s.h. in social sciences; EDUC 3200; MIDG 3001, 3010, 3022; or consent of instructor; C: MIDG 4001, 4010; ENED or MIDG or SCIE 4319; or consent of instructor. Teaching strategies, instructional resources, and evaluation procedures for teaching social studies in middle grades.
4323. The Teaching of Social Studies in High School (3) (F)
P: Admission to upper division; EDUC 3200; HIED 3001, 3010; or consent of instructor; C: HIED 4010. Materials and basic teaching strategies employed in high school social studies classroom.
4324. Internship in History and Social Studies (10) (S)
Full-time, semester-long internship. Application must be filed one year in advance. P: Admission to upper division; HIED 4323; C: HIED 4325. Placement in school under direction of a clinical teacher and university supervisor.
4325. Internship Seminar: Issues in Social Studies Education (1) (S)
P: Admission to upper division; HIED 4323; C: HIED 4324. Individualized study of problems or issues related to social studies education.

HIMA: Health Information Management

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2000. Introduction to Health Information Management (2) (F)
Introduction to the profession.
3000. Medical Terminology for Health Professionals (3) (F,S,SS)
Interdisciplinary study providing solid foundation in medical terminology for effective communication in health care industry. Focus on analyzing, constructing, and defining medical terms. Includes diseases, symptoms, and signs of disease; diagnostic and clinical procedures; and treatment modalities.
3032. Record Documentation Systems (3) (S)
P: HIMA major; HIMA 3120. Origin, content, and format of health records across the continuum of care.
3113. Applied Medical Sciences I (3) (F)
P: HIMA major; HSMA major; or consent of instructor; BIOL 2130, 2131. First of two-semester sequence. Integrated study of pathophysiology, diagnostic and treatment modalities utilized in clinical medical practice, and pharmacology.
3118. Applied Medical Sciences II (3) (S)
P: HIMA 3113. Continuation of HIMA 3113.
3120. Health Care Delivery Systems (3) (F)
P: HSMA 2000, P/C: HSMA 3030 or consent of instructor. Continuum of care in health industry. Historical development and future trends, organizational structure, regulatory and accrediting bodies, multicultural issues, and policy formulation.
3142. Diagnostic and Procedural Coding (3) (S)
P/C: HIMA major; BIOL 2130, 2131; HIMA 3118. Coding of diseases and procedures by International Classification of Diseases.
3148. Health Service Coding (3) (F)
P: HIMA 3120, 3142. Coding services and procedures by Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System and for reimbursement.
4030. Quality Management in Health Care (3) (S)
P: HIMA 3113, 3120; or consent of instructor. Applies quality management principles across continuum of care.
4075. Applied Health Services Research (3) (WI) (F)
P: BIOS 1500; HIMA 3120. Develops the skills required to formulate a research question, model, review literature, and write up research results in a health care context. Uses skills acquired in prerequisite statistics course to collect, code, and analyze data.
4081, 4082, 4083. Directed Independent Project (1,2,3) (F,S,SS)
Hours vary by project. May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. P: HIMA major; consent of instructor. Selected project on new and advanced issue in health information practice. May include readings, research, or field work.
4138. Health Data Structures (3) (S)
P: HIMA 3120. Technical standards for health data structures. Emphasis on knowledge representation and content for computer-based health records systems.
4153. Management of Health Information Services Department (3) (WI) (F)
P: HSMA 3030, 3035, 3050, 4055. Theoretical and practical applications of managerial functions of planning, organizing, and controlling health information services department. Emphasis on solving complex departmental problems.
4160. Concepts in Health Information Technology (3) (F)
P: BITE 2112 or MIS 2223. Major concepts of computer hardware, architecture, operating systems, and application software. Introduces data and databases. Reinforces ability to use selected general purpose microcomputer applications.
4165. Health Information Systems (3) (S)
P: HIMA 4160. Role of computers in gathering, recording, interpreting, and transmitting health care data. Applies data and database concepts to information systems in health care.
5060. Health Informatics (3) (S)
P: Consent of instructor. Informatics in health care delivery systems with focus on the clinical, public health, and consumer aspects.

HIST: History

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1030. World Civilizations to 1500 (3) (WI*) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1030, 1552. Evolution of world civilizations from prehistory to 1500.
1031. World Civilizations Since 1500 (3) (WI*) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1031, 1553. World civilizations since 1500 and their economic, social, cultural, and political development.
1050. American History to 1877 (3) (WI*) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1050, 1550. History of US from discovery of America in 1492 to end of Reconstruction.
1051. American History Since 1877 (3) (WI*) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1051, 1551. History of US from Reconstruction to present.
1550. Honors, American History to 1877 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1050, 1550. P: By invitation or consent of instructor. History of US from discovery of America in 1492 to end of Reconstruction.
1551. Honors, American History Since 1877 (3) (WI*) (S) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1051, 1551. P: By invitation or consent of instructor. History of US from Reconstruction to present.
1552. Honors, World History to 1500 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1030, 1552. P: By invitation or consent of instructor. Evolution of world civilizations from prehistory to 1500.
1553. Honors, World History Since 1500 (3) (S) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 1031, 1553. P: By invitation or consent of instructor. World civilizations since 1500 and their economic, social, cultural, and political development.
2000. Introduction to History (3) (WI) (F,S)
Introduction to the discipline of history and to historical research, writing, and methodology.
2012. American Business History (3) (WI*) (F) (FC:SO)
History of business in America. Emphasis on evolution of business structure and function.
2222. Western Europe Since 1500 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
History of Western Europe from Age of Discovery to present. Emphasis on development and growth of nation state system using Spain, France, England, and Germany as examples.
2444. The History of Sports in Western Society (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Role of sports from ancient Greeks to twentieth century. Focus on how sports mirror historical developments and social and cultural trends.
3000. History: Its Nature and Method (3) (WI) (F,S)
P: 6 s.h. in HIST. Designed for students in the HIED program. Introduction to historical thought and method and varieties and uses of history. May not count toward the “above 2999” HIST major requirement in the BA in history or the BSP in public history. May not count toward the history or public history minor.
3005. Selected Topics in History (3) (WI*)
May be repeated for credit with change of topic. May count 3 s.h. toward HIST major or minor. Selected topics from historical perspective.
3010. Constitutional History of the United States to 1888 (3) (FC:SO)
Constitutional development of US from colonial period through Waite Court.
3011. Constitutional History of the United States Since 1888 (3) (FC:SO)
Constitutional evolution of US. Emphasis on Supreme Court’s response to industrial developments, politics, war, and civil liberties.
3031. Economic History of the United States Since 1865 (3) (FC:SO)
Economic development of US since Civil War.
3100. North Carolina History (3) (F,S) (FC:SO)
Political, social, and economic developments in NC from colonial era to present.
3110. History of African-Americans (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Narrative account of African-Americans in America from 1619 to present. Brief consideration of African origins and heritage. Explores political, economic, legal, cultural, and intellectual aspects of the African-American experience.
3121. American Military History to 1900 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
History of military thought and institutions in US from era of American Revolution through nineteenth century. Emphasis on interrelationship between war and society by study of political, economic, and social aspects of military affairs.
3122. American Military History Since 1900 (3) (S) (FC:SO)
American military thought and institutions since 1900. Emphasis on interrelationship between war and society by study of political, economic, and social aspects of military affairs.
3130. Problems in American History (3)
Principal turning points in American history. Emphasis on varying interpretations.
3140. Women in American History (3) (FC:SO)
Variety of women’s experience in American history. Role of women in nation’s social, economic, political, and cultural development.
3170. History of Native Americans (3) (FC:SO)
Historical approach to understanding the socio-economic, political, legal, and cultural changes experienced by Native Americans focusing on the territory that is now the United States.
3200. Diplomatic History of the United States (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
American diplomatic history from 1776 to present. Emphasis on major episodes, policies, and personalities.
3205. History of American Urban Life (3) (FC:SO)
May receive credit for one of HIST 3205, 5210. Historical assessment of importance of the American city in US history.
3210. Colonial America to 1763 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
Discovery and settlement of North America by Europeans. Evolution of English colonies to era of American Revolution.
3215. American Revolution and the Federal Era, 1763-1800 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
Military and political history of War for Independence, problem of constructing a new nation as a union of states, making and ratification of Federal Constitution, and rise of political parties during Federal Era.
3225. The Era of Sectionalism and Civil War, 1848-1877 (3) (FC:SO)
Rise of sectionalism and events of Civil War and Reconstruction.
3230. The Birth of Modern America, 1865-1892 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
Major historical trends in US from end of Civil War to 1890s.
3235. The Era of Populism and Progressivism in American History, 1892-1919 (3) (FC:SO)
US history from 1892 to 1919. Compares Populist and Progressive movements and shows emergence of US as a world power.
3240. The Age of Franklin Roosevelt, 1919-1945 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
US politics and society of 1920s, Great Depression, New Deal, and background and impact of World War II.
3245. The United States Since 1945 (3) (WI*) (F) (FC:SO)
Economics, politics, and society of US from Truman years to present.
3260. The United States and the Middle East, 1783 to the Present (3) (FC:SO)
History of American interests and involvement in Middle East since 1783.
3300. History of American Rural Life (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Rural America from pre-contact to present. Major themes include regional development of agricultural economy, agrarian ideology, myths and realities of family farms, farm protest and public policy, and representations of American rural life in literature, music, and film.
3333. Biography and History (3)
May be repeated for credit with change of topic. May count maximum of 3 s.h. may count toward HIST major or minor. Selected influential people and their impact on society.
3350. War and Society (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Survey of interrelationship between society and warfare from dawn of civilization to present.
3405. History of Ancient Greece to 146 BC (3) (FC:SO)
Political, social, and cultural developments in Greece from 800 BC to 146 BC.
3406. War and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome (3)
Military and social history of Ancient Greece and Rome.
3410. History of Ancient Rome (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Examines political, social, and cultural developments in Rome from 753 BC to 476 AD.
3412. A History of Christianity to 1300 (3) (FC:SO)
Formation and evolution of institutional church and its role in society from its origins to Renaissance. Emphasis on historical interaction between Mediterranean and trans-Alpine cultures.
3413. A History of Christianity 1300-present (3) (FC:SO)
RP: HIST 3412. Development of Christianity in the Near East and Europe and its spread to the rest of the world.
3414. The Celtic World, 700 BC-1601 AD (3)
Institutional and cultural developments of Celtic-speaking polities on the Continent and British Isles until seventeenth century.
3415. The Middle Ages (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Major aspects of political, social, economic, and cultural history of Middle Ages from third to sixteenth centuries.
3420. Early Modern Europe to 1648 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Political, social, and intellectual transformation that marked beginnings of modern European history.
3430. History of Europe, 1815-1914 (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Europe from Congress of Vienna to outbreak of first world war. Emphasis on political, social, and economic developments of period.
3435. History of Europe Since 1914 (3) (FC:SO)
Transformations in European society and institutions from outbreak of first world war to present.
3444. Old Regime and Revolutionary France (3) (FC:SO)
RP: HIST 1031. Major themes in politics, society and culture from the “Old Regime” to Napoleon’s defeat (1660-1815).
3445. Modern France, 1815-present (3) (FC:SO)
RP: HIST 1031 and/or HIST 3444. The history of French culture, politics and society from the defeat of Napoleon to the present day.
3460. Germany, 1790-1914 (3) (FC:SO)
RP: HIST 1031. Political, social, economic, and cultural development of Germany from late eighteenth century to World War I. Not open to students who have successfully completed HIST 3450.
3461. Germany Since 1914 (3) (FC:SO)
RP: HIST 1031. Political, social, economic, and cultural development of Germany from World War I to the present. Not open to students who have successfully completed HIST 3450.
3480. Britain to 1688 (3) (FC:SO)
Social, political, and cultural development of the British Isles to 1688, with particular emphasis on methods of historical research.
3482. Britain, 1688-1832 (3) (FC:SO)
Social, political and cultural development of British Isles from 1688 to 1832, with particular emphasis on historiography.
3484. Britain from 1832 (3) (FC:SO)
Social, political and cultural development of British Isles from 1832, with particular emphasis on collective memory.
3551. Medieval Russia, 862-1682 (3)
History of Russia from its legendary foundation in 862 to reign of Peter the Great. Emphasis on religious history as well as impact of nationalism on historical writing.
3552. Imperial Russia, 1682-1917 (3)
Political, social, cultural and intellectual history of Russia under Romanovs from Peter I to October Revolution.
3553. Soviet Russia, 1917-1991 (3)
Politics, society, and ideology of Soviet experiment from October Revolution to collapse of communism.
3610. History of East Asia to 1600 (3) (FC:SO)
Contrasting religions, life-styles, and institutions of major civilizations of traditional Asia. Emphasis on China and Japan.
3611. History of East Asia Since 1600 (3) (FC:SO)
Main themes of modern Asian history. Emphasis on revolutionary impact of the West on civilizations of China, Japan, and Southeast Asia (including Vietnam).
3615. History of Traditional Japan (3) (FC:SO)
Japanese history from ancient times to 1600. Emphasis on foundations of traditional patterns, in politics society, religion, philosophy, and art.
3620. History of Modern Japan (3) (F) (FC:SO)
Transformation of Japanese culture under influence of West. Emphasis on causes and consequences of modernization.
3625. Field Study in Japanese Historical Culture (3) (FC:SO)
Field study of traditional Japanese culture and history, based in former imperial capital (794-1868) of Japan, Kyoto.
3626. Field Study in Japanese Historical Texts (3) (FC:SO)
Field study of traditional Japanese historical texts produced in former imperial capital (794-1868) of Japan, Kyoto.
3627. History of Japanese Buddhism (3) (FC:SO)
History of Japanese Buddhism from its introduction in mid-sixth century, through modern times.
3629. History of Traditional China (3) (FC:SO)
History of China before 1600, focusing primarily on main forces operative within intellectual history of China, Confucianism, Daoism, Mohism, Legalism, various schools of Buddhism, and Neo-Confucianism.
3630. History of Modern China (3) (FC:SO)
Factors responsible for collapse of China’s traditional Confucian culture and triumph of communism. Emphasis on role of West in this revolutionary transformation.
3669. History of the Middle East, 600-1500 (3) (FC:SO)
Social, political, economic, and religious developments of the Middle East, as well as Islamic Empires in Europe and Central Asia.
3670. History of the Middle East Since 1500 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
People, land, and religious groups of Middle East. Emphasis on Islam and imperialism.
3710. Introduction to Latin-American History: Colonial Period (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
Establishment and administration of Spanish and Portuguese colonies in New World, 1492-1808.
3711. Introduction to Latin-American History: Since 1808 (3) (WI*) (FC:SO)
Wars of Independence. Latin-American nations since independence. Emphasis on growth of republican institutions, social organizations, and economic and cultural developments.
3760. The ABC Powers: Argentina, Brazil, Chile (3) (FC:SO)
Major developments in Republics of Argentina, Brazil, and Chile since independence. Emphasis on conservative-liberal struggle, development of democratic institutions, and economic changes.
3780. Mexico and Central America (3) (WI*) (F) (FC:SO)
Major developments in history of Mexico and Central American republics.
3810. History of Africa (3) (WI) (F) (FC:SO)
Emphasis on pre-colonial African societies, interactions between African societies and Europeans during colonial era, and African quest for independence.
3820. History of South Africa (3) (WI) (FC:SO)
Examination of pre-colonial, colonial, and post-colonial South African history. Emphasis on post-1800 South Africa.
3830. Africa and Islam (3) (WI) (FC:SO)
Examination of relationship between Africans and Islam. Emphasis on the impact of Islam on African societies, especially in North, West, and East Africa.
3900. Introduction to Public History (3) (F)
May not count toward BS in HIST. Meaning and various aspects and practices of public history. Emphasis on reading, discussion, and fieldwork projects.
3920. Social History of American Medicine (3) (S) (FC:SO)
Development of medical ideas, practices, and healing professions. Emphasis on changing interactions between medicine and society.
3980. Shipwreck Archaeology (3) (F, S)
Introduction to the field of maritime archaeology using archaeological and historical case studies from around the world.
3985. History of American Architecture (3)
Introduction to American architectural styles and techniques, within the broader context of American social and technological history. Emphasis on vernacular architecture and basic concepts of historic preservation.
3993. Approaches to Historical Objects (3)
Social, cultural, political, and intellectual implications of classifying, conserving, and displaying historical objects. Topics include artifacts, archives, monuments, cultural policy, commercial history, and historical memory.
4000. Senior Seminar (3)(WI*)
P: HIST 2000; declared major in either history or public history, with senior standing or consent of the instructor. Capstone course in undergraduate study of history.
4400. Science and Religion in Europe and America, 1600-1900 (3)
Examines debate between intellectuals who believed that scientific discovery and religious faith were compatible and those who did not. Primary and secondary sources.
4444. Studies in French History (3)
May be repeated with change of topic. May count maximum of 3 s.h. toward HIST major or minor. Varied selected topics in French history from Middle Ages to present day.
4445. The European Enlightenments (3)
RP: A 3000-level course in history, political science, philosophy and/or classical studies. History and major texts of period and process called Enlightenment, including its critics and legacy in modern history and politics.
4470. The Great War: Experience, Memory and Legacy (3)
RP: HIST 1031, HIST 3435. Examines experiences of World War I and its social, cultural and intellectual impact in Europe.
4500. Political Culture and Community in Eighteenth-century Britain (3)
RP: HIST 3480, or 3482 or 3484. Dimensions of British political culture during long eighteenth century, 1688 to 1832.
4531, 4532, 4533. Directed Readings in History (1,2,3) (F,S) (FC:SO)
P: Consent of dept chair. Intensive examination of specific field in student’s area of interest. May be repeated once with change of topic and permission of the director of undergraduate studies and the department chair.
4550, 4551. Honors (3,3) (F,S)
Independent reading and research program under direction of major area professor.
4610. History of Southeast Asia (3) (FC:SO)
Evolution of modern Southeast Asia. Emphasis on transformation of traditional cultures under impact of western colonial rule.
4940, 4941, 4942. Internship in Archives and Historical Records Administration (3,6,9) (F,S)
140 hours for 3 s.h., 280 hours for 6 s.h., 420 hours for 9 s.h. Maximum of 3 s.h. in HIST 4940-4948 may count toward HIST requirement for BS or minor in public history. May not count toward HIST major or minor elective requirements above 2999. P: Senior standing; minimum cumulative 2.2 GPA; minimum 2.5 GPA in HIST; consent of instructor. Practical field experience under supervision in archival and manuscript agencies.
4943, 4944, 4945. Internship in Museum Administration (3,6,9) (F,S)
140 hours for 3 s.h., 280 hours for 6 s.h., 420 hours for 9 s.h. May not count toward HIST major or minor elective requirements above 2999. Maximum of 3 s.h. in HIST 4940-4948 may count toward HIST requirement for BS or minor in public history. P: Senior standing; minimum cumulative 2.2 GPA; minimum 2.5 GPA in HIST; consent of instructor. Practical field experience under supervision.
4946, 4947, 4948. Internship in Historic Site Administration (3,6,9) (F,S)
140 hours for 3 s.h., 280 hours for 6 s.h., 420 hours for 9 s.h. Maximum of 3 s.h. in HIST 4940-4948 may count toward HIST requirement for BS or minor in public history. May not count toward HIST major or minor elective requirements above 2999. P: Senior standing; minimum cumulative 2.2 GPA; minimum 2.5 GPA in HIST; consent of instructor. Practical field experience under supervision.
5005. Selected Topics (3) (WI*)
May be repeated with change of topic. May count maximum of 3 s.h. toward graduate or undergraduate HIST major or minor. Intensive study of selected topics from historical perspective.
5122. Social and Cultural History of the United States Since 1865 (3)
Selected main currents in American thought. Social and intellectual activity since 1865.
5125. American Political Development in the Nineteenth Century (3)
Evolution of major political party conflict from mellowing of first party system to 1890s realignment.
5130. Comparative History of New World Slavery and Race Relations (3) (WI*)
Origin and development of slavery and race relations in US and various societies in Western Hemisphere.
5135. Problems in North Carolina History (3) (WI*)
P: HIST 1050, 1051; or consent of instructor. Process by which NC evolved from isolated English colony into part of modern US. Emphasis on bibliographic work. Research in archival and manuscript sources.
5140. The Old South (3) (F)
Development of southern US to outbreak of Civil War.
5141. The South Since 1877 (3) (WI*)
Development of southern US from end of Civil War to recent years.
5220. Selected Topics in US Women’s History (3) (S)
In-depth exploration of topics. Analysis of major themes, documents, and theoretical work.
5230. Themes in African American History (3) (S)
Intensive examination of pivotal themes and writings.
5300. Comparative History of Non-Western Civilizations (3) (WI*)
May not count toward 3 s.h. 5000- level requirement for undergraduate HIST majors. Evolution of major civilizations of Asia, Africa, and Middle East. Emphasis on comparative cultural foundations of civilizations.
5310. Intellectual History of Europe (3)
Major themes of modern European thought. Analysis of selected readings from representative nineteenth- and twentieth-century thinkers.
5340. The Ancient Near East (3)
Civilizations from lower paleolithic age to conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great.
5350. The Renaissance in European History (3) (S)
Cultural and intellectual developments of western Europe from about 1300 to about 1600.
5360. The Reformation, 1450-1598 (3)
European history from 1450 to 1598. Renaissance materials as background.
5440. Twentieth-Century England (3)
England in two great wars–World Wars I and II. Development of socialism. Breakup of British Empire. British Commonwealth of Nations. English development since 1945.
5450. Tudor-Stuart England (3)
Emergence of England into world leadership. Internal developments which shaped its political, economic, and social life in sixteenth, seventeenth, and early eighteenth centuries.
5470. History of Soviet Russia Since 1917 (3)
Russian revolutions of 1917 and rise of Soviet Union to superpower status.
5480. Weimar and the Rise of Hitler (3)
Society, culture, and politics of Germany during Weimar Republic. Failure of democracy and establishment of Nazi state.
5505. Maritime History of the Western World to 1415 (3)
Designated as European history. Maritime activities from classical antiquity through Middle Ages. Emphasis on development of maritime commerce, piracy, and naval warfare.
5520. Maritime History of the Western World Since 1815 (3)
Designated as American history. Impact of maritime activities on political, diplomatic, economic, and military affairs. Emphasis on technology.
5530. Field School in Maritime History and Underwater Research (2) (S)
20 classroom/lab hours per week. P: Scientific diving certification; consent of instructor. Early field experience.
5555. Constitutionalism and Kingship in Early Modern Europe (3)
Royal absolutism as dominant philosophy in seventeenth-century state building. Role of Continental political ideologies in development of English constitutional government.
5660. Imperialism in Theory and Practice, 1800 to the Present (3) (WI*)
Theoretical and empirical perspectives on European expansion, primarily in Africa and Asia. Political, economic, social, and non-European origins of imperialism.
5670. Diplomatic History of Europe, 1815 to the Present (3)
Survey of international relations of great European powers.
5680. Diplomatic History of Modern Asia (3)
Role of diplomacy. Emphasis on conflict between East and West since 1800.
5765. Latin America, 1492 to the Present (3) (WI*)
Selected historical problems in Latin-American society and economy. Conquests and settlement, role of indigenous people in the formation of Latin-American society, reform and revolution, independence, and organization of nation states.
5910. Introduction to the Administration of Archives and Historical Manuscripts (3)
Undergraduates may not count toward 3 s.h. 5000-level HIST major requirement. Background, preservation, and use of archives and historical manuscripts. Emphasis on historical evolution of archival profession and administration of archives and manuscript repositories.
5920, 5921. Techniques of Museum and Historic Site Development (3,0) (F)
Undergraduates may not count toward 3 s.h. 5000-level HIST major requirement. History and theory of museology and techniques of museum and historic site management.
5930, 5931. Field and Laboratory Studies in Museum and Historic Site Development (3,0)
Undergraduates may not count toward 3 s.h. 5000-level HIST major requirement. Develop practical methods for operation and management of history museums and historic sites.
5950. Introduction to Quantitative History (2)
P: 20 s.h. of undergraduate history. Categories of quantitative history. Role of computer and techniques of its implementation in historical research.
5951. Directed Readings and Research in Quantitative History (1)
P: HIST 5950. Intensive examination of special historical field in area of student’s interest. Research projects limited to quantitative assessments of historical eras.
5960. Introduction to Oral History (3)
Theory and methodology of oral history interviewing and interpretation of oral history materials. Emphasis on fieldwork projects.
5970. Living History (3)
P: Consent of instructor. Interpretations of past events. Focus on seventeen- through nineteenth century event specifics, world view, clothing, and accouterments.
5985. Historic Preservation Planning (3) Same as PLAN 5985
Historic preservation planning. Examination of theoretical, legal, historical, and design bases of preservation planning.
HIST Banked Courses
3030. Economic History of the United States to 1865 (3)
3220. Continental Expansion of the United States, 1800-1848 (3)
3486. Constitutional History of England (3)
3910. History of Science (3)
3915. History of Western Medical Thought (3)
4450. History of Eastern Europe (3)

HLTH: Health

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1000. Health in Modern Society (2) (F,S,SS) (FC:HL)
May receive credit for only one: HLTH 1000, 1050. Mental, social, and physical health problems related to man’s internal and external environments in technological and leisure-oriented societies.
1050. Health and Service in Modern Society (3) (SL) (F,S) (FC:HL)
May receive credit for only one: HLTH 1000, 1050. Mental, social, and physical health issues related to our society. Integrates service learning to enhance academic achievement, build citizenship skills and civic engagement related to health issues in our society.
1100. Personal Safety Issues (1) (F,S,SS)
Overview of legal protection, obligation, and consequences related to personal safety.
1101. Threat Assessment and Conflict Resolution (1) (F,S,SS)
Survey of effective threat assessment, management, and conflict prevention strategies.
1102. Peer Mediation (1) (F,S)
Techniques and skills to serve as a mediator and organize a peer mediation program. Practical skills to de-escalate conflict at school, at work and in life.
1900. Introduction to Health Professions (3) (F,S)
3 lecture hours per week. Does not meet foundations curriculum requirements for health. Survey of health professions including, process for successful entrance into health professional schools or graduate programs.
2000. Principles of Public Health (3)
P: HLTH 1000. Introduction to public health and exploration of public health career opportunities.
2050, 2051. Sexual Health (2,1) (F,S)
2 lecture and 1 seminar hour per week. P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; C for 2050: HLTH 2051; C for 2051: HLTH 2050. Human sexuality from a personal health perspective.
2123. Early Experiences for the Prospective Teacher (1) (F)
For prospective teachers. Minimum of 16 hours of directed observations and planned participation in appropriate school environments and 8 clock hours of seminar class instruction in the teaching area. May not count toward a BA major or minor. P: HLTH 1000 or 1050. Introduction to teaching of health.
2125, 2126. Safety Education and First Aid (3,0) (F,S,SS)
2 classroom and 2 lab hours per week. P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; C for 2125: HLTH 2126; C for 2126: HLTH 2125. Accident prevention and skills for emergency first aid care. Skills necessary for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Successful completion leads to Red Cross certification in standard first aid and personal safety and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
2220, 2221. Basic Athletic Training (3,0) (F,S,SS)
2 lecture and 2 lab hours per week. Does not meet requirements for National Athletic Trainers’ Association Certification. P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; C for 2220: HLTH 2221; C for 2221: HLTH 2220.
2290, 2291, 2292. Field Experience in Community Health Education (1,2,3)
50 hours of work experience required for each s.h. credit. P: Sophomore standing; HLTH 1000 or 1050. Early, supervised work experience. Planning, implementing, and evaluating health education programs. Variety of health agencies.
2500. Peer Health I: Training (3) (F,S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050 or consent of instructor. Training experience in planning, implementation, evaluation of health education activities for ECU community.
3000. Theory and Practice in Community Health Education (3)
May receive credit for only one of HLTH 3000, 3001. Basic behavioral, community organization, educational, and administrative concepts and methodologies of professional practice in community health education.
3001. Principles of Community Health Education (2) (S)
May receive credit for one of HLTH 3000, 3001. P: HLTH 1000 or 1050. Theory and practice. Introduction to field.
3002. Women’s Health Across the Lifespan (3)
P: HLTH 3010. Examination of various aspects of women’s health within the context of social, political, and economic environments in public health.
3010. Health Problems I (3) (F,S,SS)
P: BIOL 2130 or 2140; HLTH 1000 or 1050; or consent of instructor. Current health problems. Focus on relationship between patterns of individual behavior and pathophysiology of specific disease states. Emphasis on universal chronic disease states. Rationale for development of primary and secondary intervention strategies.
3011. Introduction to Epidemiology in Health Education and Promotion (3) (F,S,SS)
Principles of epidemiology in health education and promotion settings.
3020. Health Disparities (3) (F,S,SS)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; 3010; or consent of instructor. Current health issues of priority populations. Health education strategies that seek to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities.
3030. Health Behavior (3) (WI) (F,S,SS)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; PSYC 1000. Theories and models used to explain health behaviors.
3050. Public Health Systems and Policy (3)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050. Local, state, and national public health policy and politics. Review and analysis of public and private health systems.
3225. Standard First Aid and Personal Safety Instructor (2) (S)
1 lecture and 4 lab hours per week. P: HLTH 2125, 2126; or certification as having completed the American Red Cross advanced first aid course within the past 3 years. Satisfactory completion results in certification as instructor in standard first aid and personal safety, first aid multimedia systems, and basic first aid.
3244. Practices and Procedures in Health for Elementary School (2) (F,S,SS)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050 and any 2123 course, or consent of the instructor. Required of all elementary education majors. Class organization, principles, and practices associated with health education at elementary level.
3300. Introduction to Patient Education (3) (F)
P: HLTH 3010 or consent of instructor. Theories that apply to the practice of patient education in a variety of health care settings.
3355. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Education and Prevention (3) (F)
ATOD abuse education and prevention theory for use with children and adolescents.
3500. Planning, Implementation and Evaluation in College Health Promotion: Nutrition (3) (F,S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; HLTH 2500 or NUTR 2105. Theory and application of content and methodologies to be utilized in college health promotion programs with an emphasis on nutrition education.
3501. Planning, Implementation and Evaluation in College Health Promotion: Sexuality (3) (F,S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; HLTH 2500 or HLTH 2050. Application of methods in college-based sexual health programs.
3502. Planning, Implementation and Evaluation in College Health Promotion: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (3) (F,S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; HLTH 2500 or REHB 2003. Application of methods in college-based ATOD prevention education programs.
3515. AIDS HIV Disease in Modern Society (3) (S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050 or consent of instructor. Key issues surrounding AIDS epidemic. Focus on social, psychological, political, economic, legal, ethical, and health aspects.
3520. Introduction to Global Health (3) (S)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050; or consent of instructor. An overview of how health problems and issues in other parts of the world compare and contrast with those in the U.S.
4001. Stress Management: Principles and Practices (3) (S) Same as RCTX 4001
Concepts and theories of stress management in human health.
4006. Health Promotion in the Workplace (3) (F)
Needs and corporate operations assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation of health-related programs in worksite settings.
4010. Senior Seminar: Tutorial in Health Issues Research (3) (F,S)
2 1-hour lectures and 2 2-hour labs per week. P: Senior standing or school and community health majors; completion of all core courses; or consent of instructor. Guidance in development of investigative study appropriate to student’s needs and interests.
4100. Community Health Profile (3)
P: Consent of instructor. Basic concepts and tools for identifying community health education needs. Develop community health profile for county of internship (HLTH 4990).
4200. Planning and Evaluation in Worksite Health Promotion (3) (F,S,SS)
P: Completion of core courses. Role of evaluation. Emphasis on measuring instrument design, evaluation, planning, and interpretation of evaluation results.
4305. Class Management in Health Occupations (3) (F)
Strategies for managing behaviors in the health education classroom and related clinical settings.
4323. Methods of Teaching Health Education (3) (F,S)
P: Admission to upper division. Theory and application of content and methodologies to be utilized in secondary school health program.
4324. Internship in Health Education (10) (F,S)
Full-time, semester-long internship.
P: Admission to upper division; EDUC 3200; HLTH 2123; completion of HLTH 4323 with a minimum grade of C; PSYC 1000; C: HLTH 4326. Observation and supervised teaching in an assigned health education public school classroom.
4326. Internship Seminar: Issues in Health Education (1) (F,S)
P: Admission to upper division; C: HLTH 4324. Individualized study of problems or issues pertinent in school health education.
4500, 4501, 4502. Independent Study (1,2,3) (WI*) (F,S,SS)
P: Consent of instructor. Individualized program developed through student initiative in consultation with designated instructor as extension of formal course offerings.
4600. Data Analysis for Health Promotion Programming (3) (S)
C: HLTH 4700. Understanding of and skills in utilizing health-related data for planning worksite health promotion and cost-control programs.
4604. Applied Principles of Health Promotion (3) (SL*) (F,S)
P: BIOL 2130 or 2140; NUTR 1000 or 2105; PSYC 1000; or consent of instructor. In-depth study of the health content areas most commonly addressed in health promotion programs. Emphasis on integration of current knowledge in context of contemporary educational strategies.
4605. Community Strategies for Health Education (3) (WI) (F,S,SS)
P: HLTH 3000 or consent of instructor. Skills in community interventions for health educators based on principles of community organization. Both classroom instruction and field exposure will be utilized. Additionally, case studies and real life experiences used to greatest extent possible.
4609. Needs Assessment and Program Planning (3)
P: BIOS 1500 or MATH 2228; EHST 2110, 2111; HLTH 2000, 3010, 3011, 3020, 3030, 3050; or consent of instructor. Needs assessment, design, planning, and implementation of public health education and promotion programs.
4611. Program Evaluation (3)
P: HLTH 4609. Theory, design, and techniques to evaluate public health practice.
4700. Practicum Seminar in Worksite Health Education (3) (S)
P: HLTH 4200. Private sector health promotion programs. Based on needs and operations of local sites, student will be assigned individual projects.
4800. Field Study in International Health (6) (SS)
May be repeated once for course credit with change of host country. P: Consent of instructor. Public health and health care delivery systems in international host countries.
4880. Capstone: Applied Principles of Health Education and Promotion (3)
P: BIOS 1500 or MATH 2228; EHST 2110, 2111; HLTH 2000, 3010, 3011, 3020, 3030, 3050, 4609, 4611; or consent of instructor.
4901, 4902. Prehealth Professions Field Experience (3,3) (F,S,SS)
P:HLTH 3010, 3020 and consent of instructor. 75 hours of documented clinically-related field experience.
4910. Prehealth Professions Internship (6) (F,S,SS)
P: Completion of all major requirements and consent of program director. Supervised learning experience in an approved clinical setting.
4991. Health Education and Promotion Internship (12) (F,S,SS)
P: Completion of all other major requirements. Professionally-supervised learning experience.
5002. Maternal and Child Health Education (3)
P for undergraduate students: HLTH 3010 or consent of instructor; P for graduate students: BIOL 2130, 2131; HLTH 3010, 3020; or consent of instructor. Theoretical base and appropriate education strategies for delivery of community health education programs including basic population concepts and measures; epidemiological indicators of health and social status of women and children; analysis of prevailing social policies as related to maternal and child health; and federal policies affecting children and families.
5310. Education for Human Sexuality (3) (S)
For school and community professionals working in or consulting with schools. P: Health education major or consent of instructor. Comprehensive knowledge and sex education methodology for effective communication with children and youth.
5345. Alcoholism in Health Education (3) (F)
P: HLTH 1000 or 1050. Effects of alcohol on human body with sociological, psychological, physiological, and economic implications as applicable to everyday living. Methods, procedures, and resource materials for alcohol education.

HMGT: Hospitality Management

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1350. Introduction to Hospitality Management (3)
Exploration and analysis of management functions, methods, and concepts in food service and lodging operations.
1500. Multicultural Hospitality Management (3)
Influences of culture on hospitality organizations and management style. Impacts of diversity of the global hospitality industry. Significance of culture to hospitality labor market issues, legal and political environments, societal work values, communication, and corporate cultures.
2000. Hospitality Study Tour (1)
May be repeated for different meetings up to 3 s.h. P: HMGT 2591; consent of instructor. Supervised travel to hospitality professional meetings and events.
2100. Lodging Management I (3)
P: HMGT 1350. Structure, operations, and management in the lodging industry. Emphasis on management of the front office, housekeeping, guest services, security and trends in the lodging industry.
2170. Hospitality Services Management (3) Formerly HMGT 4170
Customer behavior, expectations, and perceptions and managing hospitality service quality. Strategies for closing critical service gaps.
2200. Introduction to Conventions and Special Events (3)
P: HMGT 1350. Introduction to meetings, expositions, events, and conventions industry.
2300. Principles of Food Preparation and Menu Planning (2) Formerly HMGT 2110
C: HMGT 2301. Scientific principles of food preparation. Includes menu planning, preparation methods and procedures, recipe conversion and costing, equipment use, service techniques, and principles of sanitation.
2301. Principles of Food Preparation and Menu Planning Lab (1) Formerly HMGT 2111
C: HMGT 2300. Application of scientific principles of food preparation. Application of menu planning, preparation methods and procedures, recipe conversion and costing, equipment use, service techniques, and principles of sanitation to meal preparation.
2591. Field Experience in Hospitality Management I (3) 200 Work Hours
P: HMGT 2100, 2200, 2300. Supervised, on-site experience in lodging housekeeping and maintenance and restaurant food production operations.
3200. Dimensions of Tourism (3)
P: HMGT 1350. Survey of travel and tourism industry. Emphasis on concepts, terminology, demographics, trends, and financial and economic implications of tourism dynamics.
3294. Hospitality Information Systems (3)
P: HMGT 1350. Review of hospitality management information systems, including property management systems, point of sale systems, yield management systems, and managerial decision making aids. Use and impact of industry-specific applications.
3300. Principles of Classical Cuisine (2) Formerly HMGT 3110
P: HMGT 2300, 2301; or consent of instructor; C: HMGT 3301. Survey of scientific principles in classical European food preparation.
3301. Principles of Classical Cuisine Lab (1)
P: HMGT 2300, 2301; or consent of instructor. C: HMGT 3300. Application of the principles and techniques of classical European food preparation.
3400. Meeting, Event, and Convention Planning (3)
P: HMGT 2200. Planning, organizing, staffing, and evaluating meetings, events, and conventions.
3600. Lodging Management II (3)
P: ACCT 2101; HMGT 2100. Decision-making processes for budgeting, forecasting, pricing, cost-volume-profit analysis, and capital budgeting in a real-time hotel simulation.
3750. Hospitality Facilities Management (3)
P: HMGT 2100, 2200, 2300. Operation of hospitality facilities, including operating costs, characteristics of major building systems, responsibilities of the engineering-maintenance department and renovation needs.
3800. Hospitality Club Management (3)
P: HMGT 2100, 2200, 2300, 2301. Organization, operation, facilities, governance, and ownership of private and public clubs.
3832. Hospitality Franchising and Entrepreneurship (3)
P: MKTG 3832, MGMT 3202. Principles and processes of franchising and entrepreneurship in hospitality. Start up of hospitality business ventures as franchise or independent units, including acquiring an existing franchise or hospitality business.
3990. Field Experience in Lodging Management (3) (WI) 400 work hours.
P: HMGT 2100, 2591; minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA; consent of instructor. Supervised experience designed to develop management skills in lodging operations.
3991. Field Experience in Food and Beverage Management (3) (WI) 400 work hours.
P: HMGT 2300, 2301, 2591; minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA; consent of instructor. Supervised experience designed to develop management skills in food and beverage operations.
3992. Field Experience in Conventions and Special Events Management (3) (WI) 400 work hours.
P: HMGT 2200, 2591; minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA; consent of instructor. Supervised experience designed to develop management skills in conventions and special events.
4100. Lodging Revenue Management (3)
P: HMGT 3600. Use of revenue management in the lodging industry. Application of demand-based pricing, stimulating demand and the analysis of yield and revenue.
4120. Wine and Beverage Management (3)
P: HMGT 2300, 2301; proof of majority age (21). Review of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Management of bartending, cocktail and sommelier service, and cost control emphasizing social responsibility, liability, safety and security, and legal issues.
4200. Travel and Tourism Management (3)
P: HMGT 3200. Explores domestic and international tourism, including social science, economic, cultural, and environmental components of effects of tourism.
4244. Hospitality Law (3)
P: FINA 2244; HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992. Legal aspects of hospitality guest-host relationship as related to personal and property liability.
4300. Advanced Food Production and Service Management (2) Formerly HMGT 4110
P: HMGT 3300, 3301, or consent of instructor; C: HMGT 4301. Planning, executing, and evaluating food and beverage operations.
4301. Advanced Food Production and Service Management Lab (1) Formerly HMGT 4111
P: HMGT 3300, 3301, or consent of instructor; C: HMGT 4300. Planning, executing, and evaluating food and beverage operations.
4308. Cost Controls for Hospitality Operations (3)
P: HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992. Techniques for analyzing and controlling products, services and costs.
4400. Convention Sales and Services Management (3)
P: HMGT 2200. Scope and segmentation of the convention and group business market. Marketing and sales strategies to attract markets with specific needs. Techniques to meet those needs as part of meeting and convention service.
4440. Hospitality Marketing (3)
P: HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992; MKTG 3832. Applies marketing principles to hospitality products and services.
4450. Hospitality Human Resource Management (3) (WI)
P: HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992. Integration and applications of human resource management and ethical principles through case studies of lodging, food and beverage, and convention/special event operations.
4600. Resort and Timeshare Management (3)
P: HMGT 2100. Scope of resorts and timeshares. Principles of successful marketing, management, and development of a resort or timeshare.
4650. Hospitality Financial Management (3)
P: HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992; FINA 3004. Management systems and techniques used to monitor and control finances and costs in the hospitality industry.
4700. Hospitality Management Current Issues Seminar (3)
P: HMGT 3990, 3991 or 3992; senior standing; HMGT major. Capstone course to address current issues in hospitality management.
4900. Independent Study in Lodging (3)
Problems in lodging management.
4901. Independent Study in Food and Beverage (3)
Problems in food and beverage management.
4902. Independent Study in Conventions and Special Events (3)
Problems in conventions and special events.
4905. Hospitality Management International Experience (3)
May be repeated for up to 12 s. h. P: Consent of instructor. On-site exposure to practices and procedures in international hospitality and tourism businesses.
4995. E-commerce in Hospitality Management (3)
P: MIS 2223; MKTG 3832. Management and marketing of hospitality on the Internet. Security and integrity of data traffic. Planning, designing, and evaluating hospitality related web sites.
HMGT Banked Courses
3393. Purchasing for Food Service Operations (3)
4208. Food and Beverage Management (2)
4209. Food and Beverage Management Laboratory (1)
5351. Food Service Production Systems (2)
 

HNRS: HONORS

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2006. Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (3) (WI)
Interdisciplinary investigation. Examples include “The Grotesque in Art and Literature,” “Poets and Painters,” “The Sixties: Be There Now,” and “The History and Philosophy of Technology.”
2011. Honors Seminar in the Humanities (3) (WI) (FC:HU)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “What it Means to be Human (according to Shakespeare),” “Current Attempts to Resolve Classical Philosophical Problems,” “Banning Books: Censorship in Modern America,” and “Gay Literature: From Marginal to Mainstream.”
2012. Honors Seminar in the Fine Arts (3) (WI) (FC:FA)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “The Arts in Society,” “An Introduction to the Fine Arts,” “Gothic Cathedrals: Their Meaning and Significance,” and “Listening to Music Intelligently.”
2013. Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences (3) (WI) (FC:SO)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “Sexual Abuse: Incidence, Impact, Prevention,” “The Race for the Presidency,” “The Civil Rights Revolution,” “The American Way of War,” “Church and State in the United States,” and “New World Meets Old: The Colombian Exchange.”
2014. Honors Seminar in the Sciences (3) (WI) (FC:SC)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “Subjectivity in Science,” “Scientific Experimentation and Social Acceptance,” “Chemistry and the Environment,” and “The Geology of the National Parks.”
2015. Honors Science Laboratory (1) (WI) (FC:SC)
Accompanies HNRS 2014 when considered appropriate by science department offering the seminar.
2116. Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (3) (WI)
Interdisciplinary investigation. Examples include “The Grotesque in Art and Literature,” “Poets and Painters,” “The Sixties: Be There Now,” and “The History and Philosophy of Technology.”
2216. Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (3) (WI)
Interdisciplinary investigation. Examples include “The Grotesque in Art and Literature,” “Poets and Painters,” “The Sixties: Be There Now,” and “The History and Philosophy of Technology.”
2316. Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (3) (WI)
Interdisciplinary investigation. Examples include “The Grotesque in Art and Literature,” “Poets and Painters,” “The Sixties: Be There Now,” and “The History and Philosophy of Technology.”
2416. Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (3) (WI)
Interdisciplinary investigation. Examples include “The Grotesque in Art and Literature,” “Poets and Painters,” “The Sixties: Be There Now,” and “The History and Philosophy of Technology.”
3001, 3002, 3003. Honors Special Topics (1,2,3)
May be repeated for a maximum of 9 s.h. P: Consent of instructor. Selected topics.
3011. Honors Seminar in the Humanities (3) (WI) (FC:HU)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “The Literature of Fyodor Dostoevsky,” “Literature and Medicine,” “A Bi-Gender Reading of Jewish-American Literature,” and “The World as seen by Nobel Prize Winners in Literature.”
3012. Honors Seminar in the Fine Arts (3) (WI) (FC:FA)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “African-American Women Artists,” “The Great Museums of Europe and their Treasures,” “The Ethnic Music of Eastern Europe,” and “The Theatre of the Absurd.”
3013. Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences (3) (WI) (FC:SO)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “Intimate Violence: Out of the Shadows,” “The Islamic World,” “South Africa: Transition from Apartheid to Democracy,” and “Terrorism and September 11.”
3014. Honors Seminar in the Sciences (3) (WI) (FC:SC)
May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Topic varies by semester. Examples include “Integrating Science and the Arts,” “Science and Religion,” “Disease and Animal Populations,” and “How Things Work-Physics and Chemistry in Our Daily Lives.”
3015. Honors Science Laboratory (1) (WI) (FC:SC)
Accompanies HNRS 3014 when considered appropriate by science department offering the seminar.
3100. EC Scholars Research Internship (1)
May be repeated up to a maximum of 3 semester hours for credit. P/C: HNRS 3002 and enrollment in the EC Scholars Program. Supervised community-based research internship requiring at least three hours per week for a one semester hour course.
3101, 3102, 3103. Independent Study (1,2,3) (WI) (F,S,SS)
May be repeated in combination with other HNRS independent students courses for a maximum of 6 s.h. P: Consent of program director. Independent research/creative activity project supervised by faculty mentor.
4100. EC Scholars Leadership Internship (2)
P/C: HNRS 2006 and enrollment in the EC Scholars Program. Seminar and internship supportive of leadership development in interprofessional organizational context. Required for EC Scholars.
4101, 4102, 4103. Independent Study (1,2,3) (WI) (F,S,SS)
May be repeated in combination with other HNRS independent students courses for a maximum of 6 s.h. P: Consent of program director. Independent research/creative activity project supervised by faculty mentor.

HPRO: HEALTH PROFESSIONS

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2000. Survey of the Allied Health Professions (2)
May receive credit for one of HPRO 2000, REHB 2000. Description of the profession, educational requirements, employment opportunities, and role of each profession in integrated system of health care. Emphasis on professions represented by ECU educational programs.
2100. Perspectives in Health Care (2)
Recommended for freshmen and sophomores interested in becoming health professionals. General health terminology, professional ethics, inter- and intra-professional relationships, and concept of total health care.
2501, 2502, 2503, 2504, 2505. Allied Health Practice (1,2,3,4,5) (F,S,SS)
May transfer a maximum of 6 courses for a total of 30 s.h. P: Current and valid applicable credential, license, or registration; consent of advisor and dept chair. Equivalency credit for technical courses or clinical rotations completed in a regionally accredited, associate degree program for allied health technicians or therapist assistants.
4300. Community Health and Organization (2)
Health and health care systems at local, state, and national levels. Emphasis on socio-medical problems and role of health professionals in community health care delivery.
4305. Administration, Supervision, and Consultation for the Health Professions (3)
Concepts and principles within health care settings.
4350. Research Design (3) (F) (WI)
P: MATH 2228 or equivalent. Develop skills for critique of research literature and articulation between statistical/analytical methods and research designs. Beginning competence in research process.
5000. Seminar in Human Sexual Dysfunctions (3)
Explores problems in human sexual behavior and functioning. Emphasis on development of assessment and intervention skills in delivery of sexual health care to broad spectrum of clients.

HSMA: HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT

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2000. Professional Roles and Environments in Health Care (3) (SL*) (F,S,SS)
Examines interdisciplinary professional roles and environments in health care. Orientation to HSMA academic program and its role in career development.
3020. Health Care Payment Systems (3) (S)
P: HSMA 2000; P/C: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3030 or consent of instructor, HSMA 3035. Overview of payment systems in health care across the continuum of care.
3025. Professional Ethical Codes and Law in Health Care (3) (F)
P: HSMA 2000; P/C: HSMA 3030; or consent of instructor. Ethical codes in allied health professions. Laws and regulations that apply to health care.
3030. Written Communication and Documentation in Health Care (4) (WI) (F)
P and accepted major: HSMA 2000. Principles and models of documentation in health care.
3035. Interpersonal Team Skills for Health Care Supervisors and Practitioners (3) (S)
P: HSMA 2000; P/C: HSMA 3030 or consent of instructor. Focus on interpersonal skills for effective supervision and clinical practice in health care, especially within health care team, committees, and oversight entities. Requires oral presentations.
3040. Managing the Health of Populations (3) (S)
P: HSMA 3115 or consent of instructor. Introduction to the use of epidemiologic concepts and principles in the practice of managing the health of populations and communities.
3045. Health Data Management (3) (S)
Processes of health data and record keeping, compliance with record keeping standards, and diagnostic and procedural coding across the continuum of care.
3050. Leadership in Health Care (3) (F)
P/C: HSMA 3030. Theory and application of basic organizational development, organizational structure and norms, change management, and strategic planning within health care organizations.
3115. Human Diseases (3) (F)
P: BIOL 2130, 2131; or consent of instructor. Introduction to the basic concepts of pathophysiology. Includes the study of the mechanisms that cause human diseases as well as the human body’s response to diseases.
4010. Health Information Management (3) (F)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035. Introduces health information from perspective of control and management of information resources. Includes strategic information systems with emphasis on collection, organization, and interpretation of information for planning and evaluating of health care services.
4015. Health Care Records and Data: Maintenance and Analysis (3) (S)
P: HSMA 3025. Examines advanced methods of storage, retrieval, transmission, and security of data from perspective of longitudinal health records.
4020. Health Care Reimbursement: Public (3) (F)
P: HSMA 3020. Examines approaches of public payers to health care services reimbursement and cost containment.
4025. Health Care Reimbursement: Private (3) (S)
P: HSMA 3020. Examines approaches of private payers to health care services reimbursement and cost containment.
4028. Health Care Reimbursement: Policy and Research (3) (S)
P: HSMA 3020. Survey of national policies and research with development of framework for analysis.
4050. Personnel Management and Supervision in Health Care (3) (F)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035; or consent of instructor. Managerial theory and application, including management styles, personnel records and management, staff development, work re-design, ergonomics, and departmental performance assessment.
4055. Health Care Finance and Accounting (3) (F,SS)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035. Overview of departmental financial management and accounting functions as applied to health care environments. Includes inventory control, budgeting, cost analysis, resource allocation, capital expenditures, and financial forecasting.
4056. Marketing Health Care Services (3) (S)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035; or consent of instructor. Entrepreneurship and marketing services. Includes market assessment, strategic planning, designs, financial analyses, contracts, and outcomes management.
4057. Introduction to Long Term Care (3) (S)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035; or consent of instructor. Survey of the long term care system. Historical development and future trends, organizational structure, regulatory and accrediting bodies, multicultural issues, and policy formulation.
4060. Medical Practice Management (3) (F)
P: HSMA 4055. Overview of financial management processes of a physician practice including revenue and expenses cycles and use of practice software.
4065. Management of Health Care Operations and Patient Flow (3) (S)
P: HIMA 4075 or consent of instructor. Application of operations management, queuing theory and simulation to analyze and manage patient flow in health care organizations.
4070. Outcomes Assessment and Management in Health Care (3) (F,S)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035. Survey of outcomes research that includes methods, cost effectiveness, measurement, decision support, quality of life, and improvement management.
4075. Managed Care in Health Systems (3) (F,S)
P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035. Models of managed care systems in health care delivery. Includes designs, outcomes management, history and future trends, and impact on US health care delivery and policy.
4081, 4082, 4083. Advanced Topics in Health Care Management and Service Delivery (1,2,3) (S)
May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and dept chair. P: HIMA 3120; HSMA 3035; consent of instructor, advisor, or dept. chair. Directed research with written and oral presentations on advanced topic, emerging trend, or new system in health care delivery.
4903, 4904, 4905, 4906. Allied Health Management Experience (3,4,5,6) (WI*) (S)
Supervised learning experiences. Students expected to provide personal transportation to field site when necessary. P: Senior standing, consent of advisor, and within 15 s.h. of completing degree program. Workplace experience or credit by portfolio to include specific project, cooperative practicum, professional shadowing, or individual topic of study relevant to allied health management that is reported orally and in writing.