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ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ASIA 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. Dr. John Tucker

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3)P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. John Tucker

ENGL 6420 Studies in Asian American Literature (3) This course covers literature and films by writers and filmmakers of Asian descent, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino/a, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Thai, Burmese, Indian and Pakistani. Dr. Su-Ching Huang

HIST 3630 History of Modern China (3) Dr. John Tucker

INTL 2004. Introduction to Japanese Culture (3) Evolution of Japanese culture. Emphasis on changing social-cultural values of Japanese as a people. Dr. Nobuaki Takahashi

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding(3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO)Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Prof. Jeff Popke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Siddhartha Mitra, Dr. Michael O'Driscoll

RELI 1690 World Religions (3) Dr. Bob Bunger

ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ANTH 3009 Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions (3) (FC:SO) Same as RELI 3000; WOST 3000) Female representations of deities in Eastern traditions, including Hinduism, Mahayana Buddhism, and Taoism. Religious and social impact of such representation. Dr. Robert Bunger

ASIA 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. Dr. Christine Avenarius

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3)P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. Christine Avenarius

HIST 3615 History of Traditional Japan (3) (FC:SO) Japanese history from ancient times to 1600. Emphasis on the foundations of traditional patterns in politics, society, religion, philosophy and art. Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3629 History of Traditional China (3) (FC:SO) The history of China before 1600, focusing primarily on the main forces operative within the intellectual history of China, Confucianism, Daoism, Mohism, Legalism, the various schools of Buddhism, and Neo-Confucianism. Dr. John Tucker

HNRS Honors Seminar in the Sciences (3) (FC:SC) (WI) Focus on Asia Dr. Stephen Harper

INTL 2003 Introduction to Chinese Culture (3) (FC:HU) Study of Chinese culture, society and people. Peng Yu

PHIL 2691. Classical Islam (3) (FC:HU) Islam and some of its cultural manifestations during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, basic beliefs and practices, and the Qur’an. Dr. Derek Maher

PHIL 3692. Tibetan Religion and Culture (3) (WI) (FC:HU) P:Phil 1690 or PHIL 2692 or consent of instructor. Influence of Buddhist and Bon religions on Tibetan culture. Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding(3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO)Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

ART 1906. Art History Survey (3) (FC:FA) P. ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. Dr. Punam Madhok

CDFR 4303. Families and Cultural Diversity (3) (F,S)P: CDFR 1103. Comprehensive study of family diversity thatoccurs because of different cultural environments. Explores racial, ethnic, and economic differences. Emphasis on developingan understanding and appreciation for families with differing values and beliefs.

COMM 6221. Intercultural Communication in Health Contexts (3)P: Admission to MA in communication or consent of graduate program coordinator. Intercultural communication theory and research as they apply to health contexts. Dr. Sachiyo Shearman

GEOG 2003 Geography of the Global Economy (3) (FC:SO) Development of and contemporary issues in global economy from geographical perspective. Dr. Holly Hapke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Steven Harper

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Coleman Markham

ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ASIA 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. Dr. Bob Bunger

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3)P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. John Tucker

ENGL 3290 Asian American Literature.(3)This course covers literature and films by writers and filmmakers of Asian descent, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino/a, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Thai, Burmese, Indian and Pakistani. Dr. Su-Ching Huang

ENGL 6420 Studies in Asian American Literature (3) Dr. Su-Ching Huang

HIST 3620. History of Modern Japan (3) (FC:SO) Transformation of Japanese culture under the influence of the West. Emphasis on causes and consequences of modernization. Dr. John Tucker.

INTL 2004. Introduction to Japanese Culture (3) Evolution of Japanese culture. Emphasis on changing social-cultural values of Japanese as a people. Dr. Nobuaki Takahashi

PHIL 2692. Buddhism (3) (FC:HU)Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding(3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO)Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO)Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Prof. Jeff Popke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Siddhartha Mitra, Dr. Michael O'Driscoll

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Calvin Mercer, Dr. C. Markham

RELI 3114. Women and Religion (3) Dr. Mary Nyangweso Wangila

ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ANTH 3009 Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions (3) (FC:SO) Same as RELI 3000; WOST 3000) Female representations of deities in Eastern traditions, including Hinduism, Mahayana Buddhism, and Taoism. Religious and social impact of such representation. Dr. Robert Bunger

ASIA 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. Dr. Christine Avenarius

ASIA 4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3) P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. Christine Avenarius

HIST 3615 History of Traditional Japan (3) (FC:SO) Japanese history from ancient times to 1600. Emphasis on the foundations of traditional patterns in politics, society, religion, philosophy and art. Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3629 History of Traditional China (3) (FC:SO) The history of China before 1600, focusing primarily on the main forces operative within the intellectual history of China, Confucianism, Daoism, Mohism, Legalism, the various schools of Buddhism, and Neo-Confucianism. Dr. John Tucker

HNRS Honors Seminar in the Sciences (3) (FC:SC) (WI) Focus on Asia Dr. Stephen Harper

INTL 2003 Introduction to Chinese Culture (3) (FC:HU) Study of Chinese culture, society and people. Peng Yu

PHIL 2691. Classical Islam (3) (FC:HU) Islam and some of its cultural manifestations during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, basic beliefs and practices, and the Qur’an. Dr. Derek Maher

PHIL 3692. Tibetan Religion and Culture (3) (WI) (FC:HU) P:Phil 1690 or PHIL 2692 or consent of instructor. Influence of Buddhist and Bon religions on Tibetan culture. Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO) Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

ART 1906. Art History Survey (3) (FC:FA) P. ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. Dr. Punam Madhok

CDFR 4303. Families and Cultural Diversity (3) (F,S) P: CDFR 1103. Comprehensive study of family diversity that occurs because of different cultural environments. Explores racial, ethnic, and economic differences. Emphasis on developing an understanding and appreciation for families with differing values and beliefs.

COMM 6221. Intercultural Communication in Health Contexts (3) P: Admission to MA in communication or consent of graduate program coordinator. Intercultural communication theory and research as they apply to health contexts. Dr. Sachiyo Shearman

GEOG 2003 Geography of the Global Economy (3) (FC:SO) Development of and contemporary issues in global economy from geographical perspective. Dr. Holly Hapke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Steven Harper

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Coleman Markham

ANTH 2010. Cultures Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (FC:SO) Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Dr. Ron Mitchelson

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO) Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 3002 Cultures of East Asia (3) (FC:SO) P:ANTH 1000 oe 2010 or 2200 or consent of instructor. Regions, cultures, historic development, and role in global economy of East Asia (China, Japan, and Korea). Dr. Christine Avenarius

ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ASIA 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. Dr. John Tucker

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3) P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. John Tucker

ENGL 4540 Special Topic: Asian American Literature. (3)

This course covers literature and films by writers and filmmakers of Asian descent, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino/a, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Thai, Burmese, Indian and Pakistani. Dr. Su-Ching Huang 

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GRBK 4000 Seminar in the Great Books (3) (FC:HU) Seminar featuring close reading of fundamental works of humanities, arts and sciences from Asia. Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3005 Selected Topics in History: Vietnam at War Dr. Jeff Wilhelm

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HIST 3620. History of Modern Japan (3) (FC:SO) Transformation of Japanese culture under the influence of the West. Emphasis on causes and consequences of modernization. Dr. John Tucker.

HNRS 2116 Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar: China Today (FC:HU) (WI) Peng Yu

PHIL 2692. Buddhism (3) (FC:HU) Buddhism during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, formation of the canon, basic philosophy, initial spread through Asia, and basic practices such as mediation and pilgrimage. Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

CDFR 4303. Families and Cultural Diversity (3) (F,S) P: CDFR 1103. Comprehensive study of family diversity that occurs because of different cultural environments. Explores racial, ethnic, and economic differences. Emphasis on developing an understanding and appreciation for families with differing values and beliefs. Prof. Priti Desai

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO) Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Prof. Jeff Popke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Steven Harper

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Calvin Mercer, Dr. J. Jones

ASIA 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. Dr. Christine Avenarius

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3) P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required for minors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures.

HIST 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. Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3615 History of Traditional Japan (3) (FC:SO) Japanese history from ancient times to 1600. Emphasis on the foundations of traditional patterns in politics, society, religion, philosophy and art. Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3629 History of Traditional China (3) (FC:SO) The history of China before 1600, focusing primarily on the main forces operative within the intellectual history of China, Confucianism, Daoism, Mohism, Legalism, the various schools of Buddhism, and Neo-Confucianism. Dr. Jeffrey Wilhelm

INTL 2004. Introduction to Japanese Culture (3) Evolution of Japanese culture. Emphasis on changing social-cultural values of Japanese as a people. Dr. Nobuaki Takahashi

PHIL 2691. Classical Islam (3) (FC:HU) Islam and some of its cultural manifestations during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, basic beliefs and practices, and the Qur’an. Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO) Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore human diversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ANTH 2010. Cultures Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

ANTH 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. Dr. Christine Avenarius

ART 1906. Art History Survey (3) (FC:FA) P. ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. Dr. Punam Madhok

COMM 6221. Intercultural Communication in Health Contexts (3) P: Admission to MA in communication or consent of graduate program coordinator. Intercultural communication theory and research as they apply to health contexts. Dr. Sachiyo Shearman

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features, earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Stephen Harper

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Markham Coleman

ANTH 2010. Cultures Around the World (3) (FC:SO) Ethnographic survey of world culture areas showing similarities and variations in cultural patterns. Dr. Bob Bunger

HIST 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). Dr. John Tucker

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (FC:SO) Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Dr. Ron Mitchelson

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO) Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ART 3920. Asian Art (3) (WI*) (F,S) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of China, Japan, and India. Dr. Punam Madhok

ASIA 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.Dr. Christine Avenarius

ASIA4000. Asian Studies Senior Seminar (3) P: Consent of instructor. Interdisciplinary capstone course required forminors in Asian studies. Advanced students explore indepth selected aspects of Asian civilizations and cultures. Dr. Christine Avenarius

HIST 3005. Hiroshima: History, Literature and Popular Culture (3) Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3627. History of Japanese Buddhism (3) (FC:SO) History of Japanese Buddhism from its introduction in mid-sixth century, through modern times. Dr. John Tucker

HNRS 2316 Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar: China Today Peng Yu CANCELLED

INTL 2004. Introduction to Japanese Culture (3) Evolution of Japanese culture. Emphasis on changing social-cultural values of Japanese as a people. Nobuyoshi Asaoka

PHIL 2692. Buddhism (3) (FC:HU) Buddhism during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, formation of the canon, basic philosophy, initial spread through Asia, and basic practices such as mediation and pilgrimage. Dr. Derek Maher

POLS 3280. South Asian Political Systems (3) Comparative analysis of development and change in India, Pakistan, Ceylon, and Burma. Dr. Anjali Sahay

Courses with Asian Studies Components

CDFR 4303. Families and Cultural Diversity (3) (F,S) P: CDFR 1103. Comprehensive study of family diversity that occurs because of different cultural environments. Explores racial, ethnic, and economic differences. Emphasis on developing an understanding and appreciation for families with differing values and beliefs. Prof. Priti Desai

GEOG 2110. World Geography: Less Developed Regions (3) (F,S,SS) (FC:SO) Introductory survey of regions of Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the former Soviet Union, North Africa and the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and China. Emphasis on geographic aspects of physical environment, population, economy, resources, and current issues in each region. Prof. Jeff Popke

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Steven Harper

PHIL 1690. World Religions (3) (FC:HU) Historical and contemporary expressions of major living religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam Judaism, and Taoism. Dr. Calvin Mercer, Dr. J. Jones

ANTH 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, and Korea). Dr. Christine Avenarius

ANTH 3009. Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions (3) (EY) (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. Dr. Bob Bunger

ASIA 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.Dr. Bob Bunger, Anthropology

HIST 3620. History of Modern Japan (3) (F) (FC:SO) Transformation of Japanese culture under influence of West.Emphasis on causes and consequences of modernization.Dr. John Tucker

HIST 3630. History of Modern China (3) (FC:SO) Factors responsible for collapse of China’s traditional Confucian cultureand triumph of communism. Emphasis on role of West in this revolutionary transformation. Dr. John Tucker

PHIL 2691. Classical Islam (3) (FC:HU) Islam and some of its cultural manifestations during the formative period. Topics covered include early history, basic beliefs and practices, and the Qur’an.Dr. Derek Maher

Courses with Asian Studies Components

ANTH 1050. Global Understanding (3) (F, S, SS) (FC:SO) Virtual exchange with a variety of countries to explore humandiversity and the impact of globalization. Dr. Jami Leibowitz For more information see: Global Academic Initiatives

ART 1906. Art History Survey (3) (FC:FA) P. ART 1905 or 1910; or consent of instructor. History of art from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. Dr. Punam Madhok

COMM 3180. Intercultural Communication (3) May not count toward foundations curriculum social sciences requirement. P: COMM major or minor or consent of instructor. Communication theory and practice in multicultural contexts. Impact of cultural differences on interpersonal, organizational, and international communication. Dr. Sachiyo Shearman

COMM 6221. Intercultural Communication in Health Contexts (3) P: Admission to MA in communication or consent of graduate program coordinator. Intercultural communication theory and research as they apply to health contexts. Dr. Sachiyo Shearman

ECON 3855. Environmental Economics (3) (FC:SO) P: ECON 2133. Application of microeconomic analysis to environmental problems such as air and water pollution and formation of environmental policy Dr. Okmyung Bin

GEOL 1700. Environmental Geology (4) (F,S) (FC:SC) Interactions among basic geologic processes, geomorphic features,earth resources, and people whose activities are an expanding and increasingly demanding geological agent. Dr. Steven Harper

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