Oct 23, 2019  
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


TEP Acronyms

AL - Artistic Literacy IC - Innovation & Creativity SL - Servant Leadership
AW - Advanced Writing ID - Identity TECH - Computer Technology
CAP -  Capstone OC - Oral Communication TW - Teamwork
CT -  Critical Thinking QL - Math WC - Written Communication
FL - Foreign Language/Sign Language SCL - Science with Lab WEL - Wellness
GP - Global Perspective    

 

 
  
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    SM 261 - Ethics in Sport


    This course examines research findings and current literature relevant to issues affecting concepts of ethics and morality in sports. Topics include code of professional ethics, theories, dilemmas and behaviors. Emphasis will be directed toward students developing their own personal code of ethics. (3)
  
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    SM 270 - Psychology of Sport


    The course is designed to study the psychological factors which impact behavior in management skills.  It includes an analysis of learning process, motivation, adjustments, perception, memory, cognition, and behavior. (3)
  
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    SM 305 - Sport Management Practicum


    The course is designed to provide majors with an introductory hands on experience in the area of sport management. Selected off- campus and on-campus experiences in the sport management industry will enable students to become more actively involved with field-based professionals. Student will gain introductory work experience and obtain a minimum of 60 hours of practical application in the sport business industry. 3
  
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    SM 326 - Sport Information


    This course is designed to acquaint human performance majors with the field of Sports Information. Marketing, sport writing, statistical management, score reporting, play-by-play, press releases, and sports promoting are included as areas of introduction. Guest speakers, field activities (scorekeeping, interviews, and sport writing) are among the learning experiences that are engaged through this course. (3)
  
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    SM 360 - Sport Marketing and Promotion


    Introduction to the methods and materials available for the promotion of athletic and recreational events. Attention is focused upon the importance of public attitudes, opinions, psychographics and demographics. Special emphasis is placed on promotion, public relations, marketing and fundraising. (3)
  
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    SM 361 - Governance in Sport


    This course will provide various philosophies, theories, operations, and governance of inter-scholastic, inter-collegiate, and professional sport organizations. (3)
  
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    SM 362 - Finance and Economics in Sport


    Provides students with knowledge of how to develop an organizational budget and strategies for generating income and allocating resources. Students will understand how to use financial indicators in developing strategic plans for the advancement of sport, recreation and athletic programs. (3)
  
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    SM 405 - Sport Management Seminar


    The course is presented in seminar format and will examine real-world sport management issues that impact the individual, team, and business organizations associated with the sport profession.  The course is designed to have students creatively explore and evaluate current issues/topics in the business of sport management; and to provide students with an understanding of the changing context for sport in a global society.  3
  
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    SM 410 - Sport Analytics


    The course will discuss the theory, development, and application of analytics in sports.  Students will learn about the application of analytics in sports for purposes of in-game strategy, player performance, team management, and sports operations, among many other topics.  Students will learn to apply modern, practical analytic techniques to sports data in search of actionable insight and a competitive edge. (3)
  
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    SM 460 - Sport Facilities Management


    Functions of management viewed in terms of types of facilities and the kinds of sports staged. Included are coliseums, municipal and college stadiums, county clubs and resorts, YMCAs and athletic clubs. Detailed practical background on the principles and practices of public assembly facility management and event promotion. (3)
  
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    SM 461 - Legal Environment of Sport and Recreation


    Basic introduction to concepts and issues dealing with legal concerns in recreation and sport in contemporary society. Case histories and examples of liability are examined. (3)
  
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    SM 462 - Sport and the Law


    Basic knowledge and understanding of the law as it applies to amateur and professional sports. Students identify, analyze and understand legal issues and discuss the ramifications of those issues. It is recommended that this course be taken in the Senior year. (3)
  
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    SM 463 - Sport Management Internship


    Supervised internship in a sports setting, event or project that will provide the student with exposure to the opportunities in sports-related businesses, clubs or organizations. Students will be responsible for completing 40 clock hours of work and required to present detailed descriptions of work activities and experience. Prerequisites: SM major, 2.0 GPA in SM, completed required course work and departmental approval. (3)
  
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    SOC 132 - Introduction to Sociology


    Introduction to the sociological perspectives and sociological imagination. Emphasis given to defining key terms in the discipline and explaining basic principles and concepts used in the study of social interaction and group life. (3) T1 GP
  
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    SOC 200 - Social Change


    Analysis of evolutionary and revolutionary social change from the perspective of critical sociology. Topics include the types of groups that mobilize for change, recruitment of new members, ideologies of groups, and leadership styles. Particular U.S. social change movements examined include labor, civil rights, anti-war, welfare rights, women’s movement, and the new right. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 203 - Sociology of Deviance


    Analysis of how social institutions define and respond to various forms of deviance, from individual mental illness to gang violence to illegal acts by governments and corporations. The course will focus on the construction and management of deviant identities, the role played by social status, and the importance of institutions of social. (3)
  
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    SOC 231 - Modern Social Problems


    Focuses on significant social problems in American society. The student will review the nature of each problem and analyze the causes, assess various solutions and discuss prospects for the future. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3) T1 CT
  
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    SOC 232 - Contemporary Family Life


    Studies adjustments in interpersonal life as a continuing process throughout the life cycle. Helps students develop flexibility in their attitudes, which will enable them to make the choices that are most suitable for their own needs. Includes analyses of prevailing theories and current research. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 233 - Cultural Anthropology


    Deals with the study of group behavior in different cultural settings. Provides background of cultural anthropology as an academic discipline, and puts forth the principles of ethnography and assesses social institutions in different settings. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 234 - Social Psychology


    Examines the facts and principles of social psychology; utilizes a scientific approach to analyze social behavior of small groups; and presents basic methods and applications used by social psychologists. Prerequisites: PSYCH 232 and SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 235 - Urban Sociology


    Examines and analyzes the urban community, with reference to the social processes of urbanization, industrialization, and bureaucratization as they relate to changing social organizations, populations, social problems and planning. Special attention is given to the growth and development of urban ghettoes. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 261 - Introduction to Gender Studies


    Explores the changing conceptions of sex roles, both female and male, in contemporary society. The course is designed to explore a variety of topics such as gender stratification, work and sexual identities, media representations of women and men, women’s roles and violence against women. Feminist theories and methods are also explored. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 271 - Introduction to Social Welfare


    Assesses the history of social welfare in the United States. Emphasizes the evolution of popular values, including political and economic outlooks, which explain the shifts in welfare service delivery. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 327 - Race Relations


    Analyzes the nature of and reactions to racism. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 332 - Criminology


    Examines social backgrounds of criminals and delinquents, the development of criminal behavior and problems of crime prevention and control. Prerequisites: SOC 231 . (3)
  
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    SOC 335 - Sociological Theory


    Studies social theories from Auguste Comte to modern times– includes the evolution of theories of the individual, group, and society; and explains the development of modern sociology and interpretive systems accompanying the changes. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 341 - Gerontology


    Examines how aging and the elderly are treated as social constructions within American society as well as in other societies. Special attention is given to social problems associated with aging and how an aging population affects other social realities. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 342 - Juvenile Delinquency


    Studies the sociological and psychological factors, which help produce delinquent behavior. Special emphasis given to the increasing manifestations of sociopath behavior in the larger society and their role in the growing incidence of violent behavior among adolescents. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 365 - Social Statistics


    Provides an understanding of and appreciation for quantitative research methods in the social sciences. Is especially useful to prospective graduate students. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 395 - Data Collection and Analysis


    Teaches students techniques for collecting social science data as well as maintaining, processing, and analyzing data using a database management and statistics program such as SPSS. Prerequisites: SOC 132 , SOC 365 , CIS 240 . (3)
  
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    SOC 407 - Social Stratification


    Social Inequality studies structures and implications for individuals and groups in U.S. society. Explores issues of race and ethnicity, language and immigration status, sex and gender, social class, age, and sexual orientation. Students critically examine theory and research that explores construction, experiences and meaning of such differences. Prerequisites: SOC 300. (3)
  
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    SOC 436 - Field Experience


    Places students in approved agencies for first-hand knowledge of sociological work. Prerequisites: SOC 132  and Senior status. Fee required (3)
  
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    SOC 441 - Population and Demography


    Provides a basic understanding of the study of population and the forces that influence population change. Special emphasis is given towards population-related social problems throughout the world. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 443 - Community Organization


    Studies community organization as a process of bringing desirable changes to community life. Assesses community needs and resources available to meet them. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 451 - Social Science Research


    Analyzes the principal methods and methodologies of social science research; brings together resources from library and laboratory; and focuses on the design of inquiry. Prerequisites: SOC 132  AND SOC 365 . (3)
  
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    SOC 476 - Special Topics in Sociology


    Designed to provide instructors with an opportunity to teach special topic areas of interest to themselves and students. Themes will vary. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 498 - Proseminar


    This course is for students strongly considering advanced study in Sociology, offering them a review of the major sub-fields of the discipline and preparation for graduate school. Sociology majors only. Prerequisites: SOC 132 . (3)
  
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    SOC 499 - Senior Sociology Seminar


    Provides students the opportunity to conduct sociological research as a group and/or individual under the direction of the professor. Serves as a capstone course for the Sociology Program. Students should have a solid grounding in sociological theory and methods before attempting this course. Prerequisites: SOC 132 , SOC 335 , SOC 365 , SOC 395 , SOC 431, Senior Status. (3)
  
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    SW 200 - Introduction to Social Work


    This course provides an introduction to social work as a profession, its various work and career opportunities, values and ethics. core competencies, concept of generalist social work practice, the National Association of Social Work Coed of Ethic and a beginning understanding of the profession as a response to human needs. (3)
  
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    SW 210 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment I


    Theory course with emphasis on the individual as a member of family and social groups. Explores explanations of human development and socialization from birth to adulthood. Coursework maintains special focus on minority groups, impoverished people, people with disabilities and women’s issues. (3)
  
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    SW 211 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II


    Theory course that continues SW 210 . Coursework focus is upon individuals as members of societies, institutions, and communities. Continued emphasis on adult development with special interest paid to minority groups, impoverished people, people with disabilities and women’s issues. (3)
  
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    SW 220 - Introduction to Social Welfare Policy


    This course explores the history of the Social Work Profession in the United States with particular emphasis on the practice values and development of the Social Welfare system and Policies. (3)
  
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    SW 310 - Social Work Practice with Diverse Populations


    Examines the impact of discrimination and oppression on development and delivery of social work services to diverse populations. (3) T1 CE
  
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    SW 325 - Generalist Social Work Practice I


    This course teaches social work practice methods with a focus on assessment, values and skills, problem solving, crisis intervention, networking, and supportive counseling with individuals. (3)
  
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    SW 330 - Human Experience


    Supervised generalist practice experience in a social agency [four (4) hours per week] in addition to weekly instruction [one (1) hour per week.] Prerequisites: Completion of all required social work courses, a 3.0 GPA in social work courses. S/U grade only. (3)
  
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    THE 110 - Introduction to Theatre


    An introduction to the theatre through a survey of the work of various artists involved in the creation and production of a play. Topics in theatre history and literature will also be examined. (3)
  
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    THE 120 - Acting I


    An introduction to the acting process through exercises, improvisation, and scene work. Designed for majors and for any student interested in exploring various acting techniques. (3)
  
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    THE 150 - Stagecraft


    An introduction to the basic tools, construction methods and equipment used in the development of stage scenery, lighting, costuming, sound, and props. (3)
  
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    THE 210 - Script Analysis


    Study and analysis of selected play texts in terms of structure, character, theme, and language. Plays are examined from the points of view of the actor, director, and designer. Prerequisite: THE 110 . (3)
  
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    THE 220 - Acting II


    Continued study in acting with a focus on advanced techniques and approaches to scene work and character development. Prerequisite: THE 120 . (3)
  
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    THE 230 - Playwriting


    A practical course in the planning and writing of plays for stage production. Students will write one-act plays (or a full length play), receive helpful criticism in class, and revise their work for possible future production. Prerequisites: ENGL 131  and ENGL 132 . (3)
  
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    THE 250 - Theatre Design


    A survey of the methods, practices, and materials used in theatrical design and production. Prerequisite: THE 150 . (3) T1 IC
  
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    THE 340 - Theatre History and Criticism I


    A comprehensive look at theatre history from its origins through the Eighteenth Century. The course combines the study of theatre history with dramatic literature, theory, and criticism. Prerequisites: THE 110 . (3)
  
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    THE 341 - Theatre History and Criticism II


    A comprehensive look at theatre history from the Eighteenth Century through present times. The course combines the study of theatre history with dramatic literature, theory, and criticism. Prerequisites: THE 110 . (3)
  
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    THE 342 - Black Theatre


    A comparative look at Black theatre from Western, African Diaspora, and Caribbean perspectives. The course combines the study of Black theatre history and culture with the development of the Black aesthetic, Black dramatic literature, theory, and criticism. Prerequisite: THE 110 . (3)
  
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    THE 380 - Theatre Performance Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre performance. (including acting, stage managing, and serving as an assistant director). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 389 - Theatre Performance Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre performance. (including acting, stage managing, and serving as an assistant director). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 390 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 391 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 392 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 393 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 394 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 395 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 396 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 397 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 398 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 399 - Theatre Production Practicum


    Intensive practice in one of the many areas of theatre production. (including scenic construction, lighting work, costume construction, prop gathering/construction, house managing, box office, and publicity). Students will receive credit through supervised participation in Saint Augustine’s Theatre productions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. (1)
  
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    THE 420 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 421 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 422 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 423 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 424 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 425 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 426 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 427 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 428 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 429 - Theatre Performance Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre performance. Course topics might include Auditioning, Hip Hop Theatre, Reader’s Theatre, and Voice and Movement for the Actor. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 120 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 450 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 451 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 452 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 453 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 454 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 455 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 456 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 457 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 458 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 459 - Theatre Production Seminar


    Advanced study in one of a variety of topics in theatre production. Course topics might include Lighting Design, Scene Design, Sound Design, and Stage Management. Prerequisite: THE 110 , THE 150 , or Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 480 - Internship


    Practical experience in theatrical production with companies or groups beyond the Saint Augustine’s University campus. Students will be assigned significant responsibilities determined by their needs, abilities, and professional goals, and by the needs of and opportunities offered by sponsoring organizations. Prerequisites: either THE 120  or THE 150 , either THE 380 -THE 389  or THE 390 -THE 399 , and Permission of Instructor. (3)
  
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    THE 490 - Theatre Directing


    A comprehensive study in the preparation, rehearsal, and promotion of theatrical productions. Students will study a variety of topics (including selection of material, text analysis, interpretation, casting, actor coaching, staging, and design coordination), leading to the production of a bill of one-act plays in the Saint Augustine’s Theatre season. Prerequisites: THE 110 , THE 120 , THE 150 , and either THE 380 -THE 389  or THE 390 -THE 399 . (3)
  
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    WEL 101 - Global and Critical Inquiry in the First Year 1


    Global and Critical Inquiry in the First Year will combine first year transitional skills with critical thought, inquiry, and research regarding global learning. The course is presented in two modules that span the academic year to better promote awareness and access to international perspectives. These courses replace GED 112 Freshman Studies. (2)
  
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    WEL 201 - Establishing Wellness


    Part two of a four part wellness seminar series, designed to support the Transformative Education Program (TEP) and help in developing the “Signature Saint Augustine’s University Signature Student.” Themes primarily focus on exposing students to financial topics that impact financial wellness immediately and long-term. (1)
  
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    WEL 301 - Owning Wellness


    Part three of a four part wellness seminar series, designed to support the Transformative Education Program (TEP) and help in developing the “Signature Saint Augustine’s University Signature Student.” Themes primarily focus on exposing students to career preparation experiences and “giving back” to the University and community. (1)
  
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    WEL 401 - Transitional Wellness


    Part four of a four part wellness seminar series, designed to support the Transformative Education Program (TEP) and help in developing the “Signature Saint Augustine’s University Signature Student.” Themes primarily focus on student’s transition from being a student to professionals in the workforce or graduate school. (1)
 

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