Jun 16, 2019  
University Catalog 2018-2019(ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2018-2019(ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Finance and Law (Graduate)

Classified graduate standing and approval by the College of Business and Economics Advisement Center are required for admission to all 5000- level courses

   •  FIN 5339 - Real Estate Practice/Management
   •  FIN 5340 - Seminar: Portfolio Management
   •  FIN 5350 - Seminar: Options, Futures, and other Derivatives
   •  FIN 5438 - Real Estate Valuation
   •  FIN 5439 - Real Estate Finance
   •  FIN 5454 - Special Topics Real Estate
   •  FIN 5493 - Real Estate Investment
   •  FIN 5980 - Graduate Directed Study

Fire Protection Administration (Undergraduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser.

   •  TECH 3500 - Fire Protection and the Community
   •  TECH 3510 - Fire Defense Planning
   •  TECH 3520 - Building Construction aspects of fire protection
   •  TECH 3530 - Fire Disaster Planning
   •  TECH 3540 - Human Behavior and Fire Protection
   •  TECH 3550 - Fire Protection Laws
   •  TECH 3560 - Emergency Management and Terrorism
   •  TECH 3570 - Fire Leadership and Ethics
   •  TECH 3580 - Advanced Hazardous Materials
   •  TECH 3590 - Fire Cause Investigation
   •  TECH 4510 - Fire Laws and Building Codes: Interpretation and Enforcement
   •  TECH 4520 - Fire Prevention Administration
   •  TECH 4520 - Fire Prevention Administration
   •  TECH 4530 - Advanced Equipment and Systems
   •  TECH 4550 - Fire Protection of Structural Members and Building Components and Materials
   •  TECH 4560 - Fire Finance
   •  TECH 4570 - Advanced Fire Leadership and Ethics
   •  TECH 4580 - Fire Research Methods for Emergency Managers
   •  TECH 4590 - Fire Administration Capstone Course

Food Science and Technology (Undergraduate)

   •  FST 3200 - Food Chemistry
   •  FST 3230 - Food Analysis
   •  FST 3250 - Food Microbiology
   •  FST 3270 - Principles of Food Engineering
   •  FST 3320 - Food Law
   •  FST 4210 - Sensory Evaluation of Food Products
   •  FST 4250 - Food Preservation Technologies
   •  FST 4290 - Food Packaging
   •  FST 4310 - Quality Assurance of Food Products
   •  FST 4440 - Food Safety Programs
   •  FST 4460 - Food Product Development
   •  FST 4540 - Special Topics in Food Science
   •  FST 4600 - Animal Food Products Technology
   •  FST 4750 - Food Safety: Current Challenges and Trends
   •  FST 4790 - Professional Interactions and Writing Skills

French (Undergraduate)

All Upper Division courses except 4610 and 4710 are conducted in French.

   •  FREN 1001 - Elementary French I
   •  FREN 1002 - Elementary French II
   •  FREN 2001 - Intermediate French I
   •  FREN 2002 - Intermediate French II
   •  FREN 2055 - French Conversation
   •  FREN 2056 - Intensive French Conversation
   •  FREN 2990 - Intermediate Proficiency
   •  FREN 3001 - Advanced Grammar and Composition
   •  FREN 3002 - Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  FREN 3010 - Contemporary Spoken French
   •  FREN 3050 - French Phonetics
   •  FREN 3100 - Introduction to French Culture
   •  FREN 3729 - Islam in the Francophone World
   •  FREN 3739 - Images of Women in French Literature and Society
   •  FREN 3800 - Commercial French
   •  FREN 4010 - Cours de Style
   •  FREN 4030 - Topics in French Applied Linguistics
   •  FREN 4050 - Translation
   •  FREN 4100 - Literature and Society in Medieval and Renaissance France
   •  FREN 4105 - Literature and Society in 17th- and 18th-century France
   •  FREN 4110 - Literature and Society in Revolutionary and 19th-century France
   •  FREN 4115 - French Literature and Society in the 20th and 21st centuries
   •  FREN 4120 - Survey of French Poetry from the Medieval Lyric to the Symbolists
   •  FREN 4130 - Panorama de la Francophonie
   •  FREN 4318 - Francophone Caribbean Literature and Culture
   •  FREN 4328 - Quebecois Literature and Culture
   •  FREN 4338 - Francophone African Literature
   •  FREN 4500 - Selected Topics in French Literary Prose
   •  FREN 4510 - Selected Topics in French Dramatic Literature
   •  FREN 4540 - Special Topics in French
   •  FREN 4560 - Senior Seminar in French
   •  FREN 4719 - The French Film
   •  FREN 4990 - Undergraduate Directed Study

Geography (Undergraduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser. Unless otherwise stated, the prerequisite for all 4000-level GEOG courses is GEOG 1600 or 3700.

   •  GEOG 1550 - Cultural Geography
   •  GEOG 1600 - Physical Geography
   •  GEOG 1700 - Meteorology
   •  GEOG 2600 - Geographic Information Literacy
   •  GEOG 2680 - Introduction to Geospatial Sciences
   •  GEOG 2820 - Spatial Measurement and Elementary Statistics
   •  GEOG 3090 - Urban Environmental Pollution
   •  GEOG 3100 - Urban Climatology
   •  GEOG 3120 - Global Climate Change and the Developing World
   •  GEOG 3330 - Environment and Development in the Third World
   •  GEOG 3690 - Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
   •  GEOG 3700 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 3760 - Urban Spatial Process and Patterns
   •  GEOG 4020 - Geomorphology
   •  GEOG 4030 - Environment and Food Customs
   •  GEOG 4070 - Biogeography
   •  GEOG 4100 - Applied Climatology
   •  GEOG 4150 - Perspectives on Environment
   •  GEOG 4310 - California
   •  GEOG 4420 - Population Geography
   •  GEOG 4460 - U.S. Ethnic Communities
   •  GEOG 4510 - Historical Geography of North America
   •  GEOG 4570 - Transportation Geography
   •  GEOG 4580 - Urban Transportation
   •  GEOG 4630 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications in Urban Planning
 

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