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International Year of South Africa Courses

 

The following courses infused with South African content will be offered during the 2015-16 academic year. Many of these courses will retain their South African content in subsequent years. 


Department Course Number Course Title
Agriculture ANSC 240 Livestock Management
Agriculture ANSC 347 Animal Pathology
Agriculture ANSC 437 Physiology of Reproduction
Biology BIOL 122 HON: Biological Concepts - Evolution, Diversity, and Ecology
Biology BIOL 122 Biological Concepts - Evolution, Diversity, and Ecology
Biology BIOL 120 HON: Biological Concepts - Cells, Metabolism, and Genetics
Biology BIOL  224 Animal Biology and Diversity
Biology BIOL 316 Evolution
Biology BIOL 325 Insect Biodiversity
Biology BIOL 335 Neurobiology
Biology BIOL 399 Undergraduate Research
Biology BIOL 458 Fisheries Management
Biology BIOL 459/459G Mammalogy
Biology BIOL 532 Behavioral Ecology
Biology BIOL 534 Chemical Ecology
Communication COMM 463 Intercultural Communication
Counseling & Student Affairs CNS 555 Social and Cultural Diversity
Diversity & Community Studies AFAM 190 African American Experience (On Demand course)
Diversity & Community Studies AFAM 343 Communities of Struggle
Diversity & Community Studies SRSC 590 Sustainability Symposium
Economics ECON 420 Public Finance
Educational Administration, Leadership & Research EDFN 675 Higher Education in America
Educational Administration, Leadership & Research EDFN 728 Postsecondary Economics and Finance
Educational Administration, Leadership & Research EDLD 702 Educational Leadership Doctoral Program Orientation
Engineering EE 101 EE Design
English ENG 200 Introduction to Literature
English ENG 393 African American Literature
Family and Consumer Sciences HMD 471 Catering and Beverage Management
Family and Consumer Sciences IDFM 422 Textile Design and Performance
Folk Studies & Anthropology ANTH 350/AFAM 350 People and Cultures of Africa
Geography & Geology GEOS 507 Geography for Teachers
History HIST 101 World History to 1500
History HIST 102 World History since 1500
History HIST 341 Cultural History of Alcohol (On Demand course)
History HIST 440 Colonial America (On Demand course)
History HIST 463 The Atlantic World
Journalism & Broadcasting FILM 201 Introduction to Cinema
Philosophy & Religion RELS 102 Intro to Religious Studies
Philosophy & Religion RELS 305 Christianity
Political Science PS 374 Women in Politics
Political Science PS 460 The Practice of Diplomacy
Psychology PSY 355 Cross-Cultural Psychology
School of Professional Studies LEAD 450 Leading in Global Contexts
School of Professional Studies LEAD 550 Leadership in Global Contexts
School of Teacher Education EDU 507 Geography for Teachers
School of Teacher Education IECE 521 Assessment in Early Childhood Education
School of Teacher Education SPED 400 Behavior Management in Special Education
School of Teacher Education SPED 433 Models of Positive Behavior Support
School of Teacher Education SPED 518 Contemporary Issues in Special Education
Sociology SOCL 312 Collective Behavior and Social Movements

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 Last Modified 5/27/16