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    Armstrong State University
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Numbering System for Courses

In the course listings that follow, there appear three numbers in parentheses after each course title. The first number listed indicates the number of hours of lecture; the second number listed indicates the number of hours of laboratory (including field placements); the third number listed indicates the number of semester hours of credit carried by the course. The letter V represents a variable number of hours.

Courses numbered 0000-0199 carry institutional credit only and may not be applied to a degree program.

Courses numbered 1000-1999 are generally planned for the freshman year; courses numbered 2000-2999 for the sophomore year; courses numbered 3000-3999 for the junior year; and courses numbered 4000-4999 for the senior year.

Courses numbered 5000U-5999U are graduate courses with dual enrollment by undergraduate and graduate students. Permission is not required for undergraduate students.

Courses numbered 6000-6999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll except for those who have applied and been approved for Senior Privilege.

Courses numbered 7000-9999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll.

Lettering System for Courses

Throughout the catalog, four capital letters followed by four numbers are used to designate individual courses.

 

Economics

   •  ECON 4242 - Analyzing Innovation Through Science Fiction
   •  ECON 4310 - International Finance
   •  ECON 4340 - International Economics
   •  ECON 4400 - Seminar in Third World Economic Development
   •  ECON 4410 - Regional Economics
   •  ECON 4450 - Comparative Economics
   •  ECON 4451 - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 4460 - Economic Analysis of the Law
   •  ECON 4500 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 4520 - Internship
   •  ECON 4550 - Public Choice
   •  ECON 4800 - Small Business Consulting
   •  ECON 4900 - Economic Methods and Senior Thesis
   •  ECON 5030U - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 5150U - Survey of Economics for Educators

Early Childhood Education

   •  ECUG 3040 - Childhood Development from Prenatal Period to Adolescence
   •  ECUG 3060 - Language Arts: Oral Language, Writing, Spelling and Grammar
   •  ECUG 3071 - Teaching Children's Literature
   •  ECUG 3072 - Teaching of Reading
   •  ECUG 3250 - Curriculum and Assessment
   •  ECUG 3750 - Internship I-Pre-Student Teaching
   •  ECUG 4071 - Teaching of Social Studies
   •  ECUG 4075 - Teaching of Social Studies and Science
   •  ECUG 4081 - Teaching of Science
   •  ECUG 4085 - Teaching of Mathematics
   •  ECUG 4090 - Classroom Management
   •  ECUG 4300 - Language Arts Assessment and Modification
   •  ECUG 4410 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECUG 4420 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECUG 4430 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education

Education

   •  EDUC 2110 - Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education
   •  EDUC 2120 - Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives On Diversity in Educational Contexts
   •  EDUC 2130 - Exploring Learning and Teaching
   •  EDUC 3050 - ntroduction to Child Life Theory and Practice
   •  EDUC 3100 - Technology Applications For Teachers
   •  EDUC 3150 - Applied Technology for A Digital World
   •  EDUC 3200 - Curriculum, Planning, and Instruction
   •  EDUC 3240 - Literature For Children and Adolescents
   •  EDUC 3250 - Educational Policy and Professional Standards for Teachers
   •  EDUC 3260 - Reading and Writing Personal Narrative
   •  EDUC 3300 - Educating Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom
   •  EDUC 3450 - Creative and Affective Development
   •  EDUC 3750 - Community Internship I
   •  EDUC 4500 - Working with Families
   •  EDUC 4750 - Community Internship II
   •  EDUC 4800 - Internship II Student Teaching
   •  EDUC 5450U - Economics Education for Teachers
   •  EDUC 5455U - Study Abroad in Teacher Education
   •  EDUC 5750U - Extended Field Experience

English

   •  ENGL 0999 - Support For English Composition
   •  ENGL 1101 - Composition I
   •  ENGL 1102 - Composition II
   •  ENGL 1102H - Honors Composition II
   •  ENGL 2000 - Ethics and Values in Literature
   •  ENGL 2050 - Africa and the Diaspora
   •  ENGL 2100 - Literature and Humanities
   •  ENGL 2100H - Honors Literature and Humanities
   •  ENGL 2121 - British Literature I
   •  ENGL 2122 - British Literature II
   •  ENGL 2131 - American Literature I
   •  ENGL 2132 - American Literature II
   •  ENGL 3010 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENGL 3020 - Introduction to Composition Studies
   •  ENGL 3141 - Bible As Literature
   •  ENGL 3150 - Mythology
   •  ENGL 3200 - The Novel
   •  ENGL 3300 - Dramatic Literature
   •  ENGL 3350 - Introduction to African American Literature
   •  ENGL 3400 - American/British Poetry
   •  ENGL 3700 - Introduction to Communications
   •  ENGL 3710 - Freelance Writing and Publication
   •  ENGL 3720 - Business and Technical Communication
   •  ENGL 3730 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 3800 - Advanced Composition
   •  ENGL 4740 - Creative Writing (Poetry)
   •  ENGL 4750 - Creative Writing (Fiction)
   •  ENGL 4760 - Scriptwriting
   •  ENGL 4880 - Internship II - Student Teaching
   •  ENGL 4900, -10 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 4990 - Internship
   •  ENGL 5000U - Special Topics
   •  ENGL 5200U - Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENGL 5215U - Literature of the Non-Western World
   •  ENGL 5225U - Literature of the Western World
   •  ENGL 5280U - Literature and the Environment
   •  ENGL 5315U - 17th and 18th Century American Literature
   •  ENGL 5325U - 19th Century American Literature
   •  ENGL 5335U - 20th Century American Literature
   •  ENGL 5340U - Literature By Women
   •  ENGL 5350U - Topics in African American Literature
   •  ENGL 5355U - Black Women Writers
   •  ENGL 5380U - Southern Literature
   •  ENGL 5440U - Early English Literature
   •  ENGL 5455U - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 5465U - Chaucer
   •  ENGL 5480U - Literature of the English Renaissance
   •  ENGL 5485U - Milton
   •  ENGL 5500U - 18th Century British Poetry and Prose
   •  ENGL 5525U - 19th Century British Poetry and Prose
   •  ENGL 5535U - 20th Century British Poetry and Prose
 

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