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Arts, Humanities, and Cultures

  • INOV 1010- The Innovation Process

Society, Health, and Behavior

  • ENTP 1000- Introduction to Entrepreneurship

 

The Physical and Natural World

  • SPTM 2350- Sport Science for Sport Administrators

Arts, Humanities and Cultures

  • No COB courses are offered in this area

Society,Health, and Behavior

  • ACCT 2010- Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • BUAD 1000- Introduction to Business
  • FNCE 1200- Personal Financial Planning
  • INFS 1100- Productivity Apps for the Workplace
  • MGMT 3300- Introduction to Management and Organization
  • MKTG 3000- Principles of Marketing

The Phyical and Natural World

  • IELM 2000- Integrated Science for Teachers

Arts, Humanities, and Cultures

  • COUN 3100- Career Planning
  • TED 4400- Children’s Literature

Society, Health, and Behavior

  • LEAD 1000- Foundations of Education
  • LEAD 2000- Foundations of Student Affairs in Higher Education
  • COUN 2500- Introduction to Addictions and Treatment
  • COUN 3000- Intracultural Socialization Patterns
  • CURR 4800- Schools, Society and Diversity
  • IECE 1010- Diversity and Child Development

The Physical and Natural World

  • CS 1080- Exploring Computer Technology
  • CS 1100- Problem Solving Through Game Creation
  • GDD 1100- Problem Solving Through Game Creation
  • MAE 1502- Principles of Engineering

 

The Physical and Natural World

Anthropology

  • ANTH 1030- Introduction to Human Origins
  • ANTH 3320- Primatology
  • ANTH 3370 -Human Biology and Ecology
  • ANTH 3430- Anthropological Approaches to Globalization
  • ANTH 4330 Parasites in Human Evolution

Biology

  • BIOL 1000- Biology in the Modern World
  • BIOL 1050- Personal Nutrition/ HSCI 1060
  • BIOL 1060- Introductory Biology Laboratory
  • BIOL 1350- General Biology II: Introduction to the Cell
  • BIOL 1360- General Biology II: Introduction to the Cell Laboratory
  • BIOL 2010- Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIOL 2020- Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • BIOL 3450- Anatomy and Exercise Science: Fundamentals and Applications to Golf
  • BIOL 4150- Field Botany

Chemistry

  • CHEM 1001- Pre Chemistry
  • CHEM 1101- Chemistry in the Modern World
  • CHEM 1111- Environmental Science
  • CHEM 1121- CSI: Forensic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1201- Introduction to Chemistry
  • CHEM 1211- Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
  • CHEM 1221- Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry
  • CHEM 1401- General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1411- General Chemistry II
  • CHEM 1511- General Chemistry for Majors II

English

  • ENGL 2820- Introduction to Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENGL 2970- Shakespearean Beginnings

Geology

  • GEOL 1010- Physical Geology
  • GEOL 1020 -Historical Geology
  • GEOL 3700 -Environmental Geology

Geography

  • GES 1000- Environmental Systems: Climate and Vegetation
  • GES 1010- Environmental Systems: Landforms and Soils
  • GES 1050- Introduction to Map & Compass

ID

  • ID 2010- Great Ideas in Science

Mathematics

  • MATH 1330- Calculus for Life Sciences
  • MATH 1350- Calculus I
  • MATH 3010- Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
  • MATH 3020- Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

Physics & Energy Science

  • ENSC/PES 1500- Introduction to Energy Science I
  • ENSC/PES 1510- Introduction to Energy Science II

Psychology

  • PSY 3270- Introduction to Biopsychology

Arts, Humanities and Cultures

Communication

  • COMM 2270 -TV Studio Production

English

  • ENGL 1500- Introduction to Literature for Non-Majors
  • ENGL 2600- Literature: The Global Perspective I
  • ENGL 2610- Literature: The Global Perspective II
  • ENGL 2820- Introduction to Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENGL 2920- Exploring English Studies: Sustainability
  • ENGL 2930- Exploring English Studies: Inclusiveness
  • ENGL 2970- Shakespearean Beginnings
  • ENGL 3320- Born in the USA: Masterpieces of American Literature
  • ENGL 3910 -Topics in Literature

History

  • HIST 1110 -Asian History: Southeast Asia
  • HIST 1120 -Asian History: The Indian Subcontinent
  • HIST 1130 -Asian History: China
  • HIST 1135- Introduction to Contemporary China
  • HIST 1140 -Asian History: Japan
  • HIST 1400 -Latin America to 1810
  • HIST 1410 -Latin America Since 1810
  • HIST 1510 -U.S.: Birth of a Nation, 1607-1789
  • HIST 1520 -U.S.: Expansion and Division, 1789-1877
  • HIST 1540- U.S.: Recent America, 1918-Present
  • HIST 1600 -Making of the Modern Middle East I
  • HIST 1610 -Making of the Modern Middle East II

ID

  • ID 2000, Mathematics: A Human Endeavor

Languages and Cultures

  • FCS/FR 3240- French Culture from 1700-1917
  • FCS/GER 3180- German/Austrian Civilization and Culture from 1700-1918
  • FCS/GER 3190-20th and 21st Century German and Austrian Civilization and Culture
  • FCS 3690- Hispanic Culture through Film / SPAN 3690/FILM 3690
  • FILM 3690- Hispanic Culture through Film / FCS 3690/SPAN 3690
  • FR/FCS 3240- French Culture from 1700-1917
  • GER/FCS 3180- German/Austrian Civilization and Culture from 1700-1918
  • GER/FCS 3190- 20th and 21st Century German and Austrian Civilization and Culture
  • SPAN 3690- Hispanic Culture through Film / FCS 3690/FILM 3690

Philosophy

  • PHIL 1000 -Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 1020 -Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 1120 -Critical Thinking
  • PHIL 1300 -Introduction to Philosophies of Asia
  • PHIL 3100 -World Religions
  • PHIL 3160 -Philosophical Issues in Death and Dying
  • PHIL 3180 -Practical Ethics
  • PHIL 3240- Images of War and Terrorism
  • PHIL 4070 -Existentialism

VAPA

  • AH 1500- Art and Ideas: Michelangelo to Basquiat /li>
  • AH 2860- Survey: Modern Art I
  • DNCE 2700 Fundamentals of Dance Technique
  • MUS 1000- Introduction to Music
  • MUS 2050- Jazz History
  • MUS 2100- Rock and Roll Music
  • MUS 2150-The Computer in Music
  • MUS 2200- Balinese Gamelan Ensemble
  • MUS 2210- Mountain Lion Pep/Concert Band
  • MUS 2250- Jazz and Improv Ensemble
  • MUS 2400- Chamber Music Ensemble
  • MUS 3150- Introduction to Ethnomusicology
  • THTR 1000- Introduction to Theatre
  • THTR 2020- Acting Workshop I
  • VA 1010- Beginning Studio 2D
  • VA 1020- Beginning Studio 3D
  • VA 1040- Beginning Drawing

West

  • WEST 2030- Hip hop and the Performance of Identities
  • WEST 2070- Foundations in Native American Studies
  • WEST 3100- Women of Color: Image and Voice
  • WEST 3550 -Native American Literature
  • WEST 4280- Native American Philosophical Thou

Society, Health, and Behavior

Anthropology

  • ANTH 1020- Introduction to Archaeology
  • ANTH 1040- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 2800- The Nature of Language
  • ANTH 3040- Women around the World/ WEST 3040
  • ANTH 3270 -Archaeology of the Recent Past
  • ANTH 3310- Human Reproduction
  • ANTH 3430- Anthropological Approaches to Globalization
  • ANTH 3880- 3880 Evolutionary Medicine and Health
  • ANTH 4270- Landscape Archaeology, Sustainability and Collapse

Communication

  • COMM 1020- Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 2010 -Oral Communication in the Workplace
  • COMM 2100- Public Speaking
  • COMM 3400- Digital Communication Technologies

Economics

  • ECON 1000- The Economics of Social Issues
  • ECON 1010- Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECON 1050 -Economics in Practice
  • ECON 2020- Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2310- The Economics of Sustainability
  • ECON 3150 -History of Economic Thought
  • ECON 3710 -Comparative Economic Systems

Geography

  • GES 1980- World Regional Geography
  • GES 1990- Introduction to Human Geography

Gerontology

  • GRNT 2300- Transitions in Adulthood from Life in an Aging Society/ SOC 2300

Philosophy

  • PHIL 3200 -Politics and the Law
  • PHIL 4260 -Philosophy of Law

Political Science

  • PSC 1100- The American Political System

Psychology

  • PSY 1000- General Psychology
  • PSY 3400- Social Psychology

Sociology

  • SOC 1110- Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 2110- Sex and Society
  • SOC 2200- Introduction to Racial and Ethnic Groups
  • SOC 2240- Childhood Socialization
  • SOC 2250- Gender Images
  • SOC 2300- Transitions in Adulthood from Life & in an Aging Society/ GRNT 2300
  • SOC 2500 -Social Problems
  • SOC 3310 -Sociology of the Family/ WEST 3310
  • SOC 3340 -Food, Health, and Inequality
  • SOC 3630- Adoption form the Inside Out: Sociological- Psychological Perspectives on Adoption
  • SOC 4700 -Global Feminisms/ WEST 4700

West

  • WEST 1010-Introduction to Social Justice Studies: Leadership, Inclusion, and Engagement
  • WEST 2500- Race and Gender at the Movies
  • WEST 3040- Women around the World/ ANTH 3040
  • WEST 3060- Multi-Racial Identities
  • WEST 3070- Global Men and Masculinities
  • WEST 3090- Peep Show: Sexuality in Popular Culture
  • WEST 3310 -Sociology of the Family/ SOC 3310
  • WEST 3620- Media and Consumption
  • WEST 4100- Native American Perspectives on Museums/ MSGP 4100
  • WEST 4120- Indigenous Views on Sustainability: All My Relations WEST

Vapa

  • MSGP 4100- Native American Perspectives on Museums/ WEST 4100
 

The Physical and Natural World

  • HSCI 1060- Personal Nutrition/ BIOL 1050

Arts, Humanities, and Cultures

  • No courses from the Beth-El are offered in this area.

Society, Health, and Behavior

  • HSCI 1020- Personal Fitness and Wellness

Society, Health, and Behavior

  • CJ 1001- Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CJ 2050- Introduction to Human Security