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Malone University    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  ENG 390 - African American Literature and Culture
   •  ENG 394 - Editing and Publishing Internship
   •  ENG 398 - Applied Writing: On-Campus Internship
   •  ENG 399 - Internship
   •  ENG 431 - Advanced Creative Writing Workshop
   •  ENG 435 - Creative Writing Senior Portfolio
   •  ENG 450 - Advanced Topics
   •  ENG 475 - Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENG 477 - Women Writers

Environmental Studies

   •  ENVS 420 - Research
   •  ENVS 460 - Environmental Studies Senior Seminar
   •  ENVS 480 - Internship

Exercise Science

   •  EXSC 101 - Introduction to Exercise Science
   •  EXSC 210 - First Aid and Safety
   •  EXSC 211 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
   •  EXSC 212 - Human Fitness Assessment
   •  EXSC 214 - Taping Skills Laboratory
   •  EXSC 310 - Advanced Athletic Training
   •  EXSC 313 - Kinesiology
   •  EXSC 314 - Evaluation Skills Laboratory
   •  EXSC 334 - HHP Practicum
   •  EXSC 386 - Teaching Group Exercise
   •  EXSC 413 - Physiology of Activity
   •  EXSC 433 - Rehabilitation and Modalities in Sports Medicine
   •  EXSC 435 - Internship in Human Performance
   •  EXSC 461 - Fitness Programming and Prescription

Greek

   •  GRK 211 - Introductory New Testament Greek I
   •  GRK 212 - Intermediate New Testament Greek II
   •  GRK 321 - Elements of Greek Exegesis
   •  GRK 322 - Advanced Greek Exegesis
   •  GRK 450 - Advanced Topics

Health Education

   •  HED 200 - Health Promotion and Education
   •  HED 220 - Core Concepts of Health
   •  HED 300 - Community and Public Health
   •  HED 322 - Global Health
   •  HED 342 - Introduction to Illness and Diseases
   •  HED 357 - Death and the Human Experience
   •  HED 361 - Drugs in Society
   •  HED 372 - Environmental Health
   •  HED 373 - Health and Aging
   •  HED 382 - Health Psychology and Behavior
   •  HED 425 - Health and Sexuality Education
   •  HED 430 - Community and Public Health Internship
   •  HED 431 - Program Planning and Evaluation
   •  HED 435 - Strategies and Practice in Health Promotion
   •  HED 442 - Biostatistics and Epidemiology
   •  HED 450 - Advanced Topics

Hebrew

   •  HEBR 211 - Introductory Hebrew I
   •  HEBR 212 - Introductory Hebrew II
   •  HEBR 321 - Elements of Hebrew Exegesis
   •  HEBR 322 - Advanced Hebrew Exegesis
   •  HEBR 450 - Advanced Topics

History

Courses that qualify as upper-level western history courses are designated with (w) and upper-level non-western courses with (nw).

   •  HIST 106 - History Seminar
   •  HIST 111 - World History I: The Ancient World to 1500
   •  HIST 112 - World History II: The Modern World
   •  HIST 211 - American History I: Colonial Era to the Civil War
   •  HIST 212 - American History II: Gilded Age to the Present
   •  HIST 321 - The Civil War and Reconstruction (w)
   •  HIST 323 - The Quakers (w)
   •  HIST 324 - Medieval Europe (w)
   •  HIST 335 - Religion in America (w)
   •  HIST 341 - African History (nw)
   •  HIST 356 - History and Politics of the Modern Middle East (nw)
   •  HIST 358 - History and Politics of East Asia: China and Japan (nw)
   •  HIST 360 - Classical Greece and Rome (w)
   •  HIST 362 - Ohio History and Government (w)
   •  HIST 366 - History of Christian Missions and World Christianity (w or nw)
   •  HIST 373 - Urban and Local Studies
   •  HIST 381 - History of Latin America (nw)
   •  HIST 436 - Early Modern and Modern Europe (w)
   •  HIST 442 - History Senior Seminar
   •  HIST 445 - Women in American History (w)
   •  HIST 450 - Advanced Topics
   •  HIST 455 - U.S. Since 1945 (w)
   •  HIST 461 - History of World Religions (nw)
   •  HIST 480 - Internship

Interdepartmental Courses

   •  FS 101 - Conservation of Natural Resources
   •  FS 103 - Survey of Natural Areas
   •  FS 105 - Art Analysis Workshop
   •  FS 250 - Field Study
   •  FS 250 - Stratford/Shaw Festivals
   •  FS 350 - Field Study
   •  FS 350 - Stratford/Shaw Festivals
   •  GEN 100 - The College Experience
   •  GEN 105 - Writing Skills
   •  GEN 111 - Prior Learning Assessment
   •  GEN 225 - Global Studies: (Topic)
   •  GEN 415 - Gender Studies Independent Project
   •  GEN 460 - Faith in the World Seminar
   •  GISP 473 - Global Practice
   •  HON 260 - Sophomore Seminar: The Academy and You
   •  HON 370 - Honors Seminar
   •  HON 494 - Honors Thesis I
   •  HON 496 - Honors Thesis II

Intervention Specialist

   •  SPED 253 - Nature and Needs of Learners with Mild/Moderate Exceptionalities
   •  SPED 267 - Content Reading Strategies
   •  SPED 280 - Children with Exceptionalities in Early Childhood Education
   •  SPED 293 - Emergent and Early Reading Instruction
   •  SPED 376 - Intervention Strategies for Learners with Disabilities in Middle and Secondary Schools
   •  SPED 405 - Evaluation Strategies for Learners with Disabilities
 

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