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    Saint Augustine's University
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate 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    

 

 
   •  FLFR 336 - Black Writers in French
   •  FLFR 338 - French Literature of the 19th Century
   •  FLFR 339 - French Literature of the 19th Century
   •  FLFR 401 - French Literature of the 20th Century
   •  FLFR 431 - Senior Seminar
   •  FLFR 432 - Senior Seminar
   •  FLSP 131 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  FLSP 132 - Elementary Spanish II
   •  FLSP 231 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  FLSP 232 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  FLSP 233 - Business Communication I
   •  FLSP 234 - Business Communication II
   •  FLSP 235 - Spanish Conversation I
   •  FLSP 236 - Spanish Conversation II
   •  FLSP 331 - Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  FLSP 332 - Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  FLSP 333 - Literature of 12th-14th Centuries
   •  FLSP 334 - Literature of the 15th and 16th Centuries
   •  FLSP 335 - Literature of the 17th and 18th Centuries
   •  FLSP 336 - Latin American Literature
   •  FLSP 338 - Spanish American Literature
   •  FLSP 401 - Latin American Literature, the Contemporary Period
   •  FLSP 431 - Senior Seminar
   •  FLSP 432 - Senior Seminar
   •  FS 201 - Introduction to Forensic Science
   •  FS 340 - Crime Scene Investigation
   •  FS 380 - Forensic Serology
   •  FS 380L - Forensic Serology Lab
   •  FS 445 - Forensic Evidence and Law
   •  FS 446 - Ethics in Forensic Science
   •  FS 447 - Forensic Science Research/ Internship
   •  FS 452 - Forensic Evidence and Law
   •  FS 455 - Forensic Microscopy
   •  FS 457 - Forensics DNA Profiling
   •  FS 457L - Forensic DNA Profiling Laboratory
   •  FYE 101 - Global and Critical Inquiry in the First Year 1
   •  FYE 102 - Global and Critical Inquiry in the First Year 2
   •  GEO 331 - Principles of Geography
   •  GEO 332 - Regional Geography:
   •  HIST 133 - World Civilization I
   •  HIST 134 - World Civilization II
   •  HIST 222 - Introduction to Africana Studies
   •  HIST 223 - African Diaspora in the Americas
   •  HIST 224 - African American History I
   •  HIST 225 - African American History II
   •  HIST 231 - American History I
   •  HIST 232 - American History II
   •  HIST 233 - A Survey of European History From 1500 to 1879
   •  HIST 234 - A Survey of European History From 1879 to the Present
   •  HIST 235 - A Survey of African Culture and Civilization I
   •  HIST 237 - Invasion, Conquest and Expansion: Growth of the US
   •  HIST 238 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the US
   •  HIST 239 - Conflict and Consensus: History of Political Parties in America
   •  HIST 240 - Jefferson and Hamilton: Two Directions for America
   •  HIST 241 - Women in American History
   •  HIST 242 - African American Women's History
   •  HIST 243 - Women in the South
   •  HIST 244 - History of Women and Politics
   •  HIST 245 - Women, Race, and Class
   •  HIST 246 - the Age of Jim Crow
   •  HIST 247 - Blacks in Europe
   •  HIST 248 - Women in Antebellum America
   •  HIST 249 - Introduction to Pan Africanism
   •  HIST 250 - Reform and Reaction: Progress in the United States
   •  HIST 251 - Hang 'Em High or Rehabilitate: Crime and Punishment in America
   •  HIST 260 - Language in the Caribbean
   •  HIST 262 - Introduction to Swahili
   •  HIST 270 - African Economic Development
   •  HIST 300 - Prudes and Pornographers: Piety and Sin in America
   •  HIST 320 - Militarism and Pacifism: Different Views On War in America
   •  HIST 328 - Contemporary Topics in African American History
   •  HIST 330 - African American Freedom Movements in the United States
   •  HIST 332 - African American Culture
   •  HIST 333 - North Carolina History
   •  HIST 345 - Faith and Evidence: Reform and Science in America
   •  HIST 352 - Women in World History
   •  HIST 355 - History of African Women
   •  HIST 356 - Feminist Theory
   •  HIST 362 - Women in Music, Film, Politics and Business
   •  HIST 401 - Fringe Groups: Minorities, Social Movements and Third Parties in America
   •  HIST 405 - Farm and City Life in America
   •  HIST 410 - Introduction to Public History
   •  HIST 412 - Visible or Invisible: the History of the American Economy
   •  HIST 420 - Research Methodology in Women's History
   •  HIST 430 - Women of the Black Diaspora
   •  HIST 432 - Comparative History of Women
   •  HIST 433 - Women in the Civil Rights Movement
   •  HIST 434 - Black Church in America
   •  HIST 435 - Introduction to Contemporary Africa
   •  HIST 440 - Methods of Historical Research
   •  HIST 442 - Families in the African Diaspora
   •  HIST 442B - Pre-Law Internship/History
   •  HIST 443 - Black Images in the Media
   •  HIST 448 - History Internship
   •  HIST 450 - Senior Research Project in History
   •  HON 100 - Honors First-Year Seminar
   •  HON 200 - Level Series Honors Seminar
   •  HON 297 - Honors Research Seminar I
   •  HON 298 - Honors Seminar: Research Technology
   •  HON 300 - Honors Junior Prep Seminar: Graduate Exams Prep
 

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