2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Sep 19, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Undergraduate Courses

000 to 499 subdivided as follows:

000 to 099 designate courses which normally are not counted towards a student’s baccalaureate.
100 to 299 designate Lower Division courses. This category is further subdivided as follows:
100 to 199 designate undergraduate Lower Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at a freshman or sophomore level. Such courses generally do not require any prerequisite course work for fully matriculated students.
200 to 299 designate undergraduate Lower Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at sophomore level. Courses in this category require specific or general prerequisites which are usually completed at the freshman level.
300 to 499 designate Upper Division courses. This category of courses is further subdivided as follows:
300 to 399 designate undergraduate Upper Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at a junior or senior level. These courses presume specific or general prerequisite course work at the Lower Division level.
400 to 499 designate undergraduate Upper Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at the senior level. Courses in this category have prerequisites which students have usually completed at the junior level.

Graduate Courses

500 to 899 subdivided as follows:

500 to 599 designate courses offered at the graduate level which prepare students for a graduate degree program or designate professional teacher-training courses.
600 to 699 designate courses at the master’s and credential level.
700 to 799 designate courses at the doctoral level.
800 to 899 designate courses at the School of Law.
5000 to 6999 designate courses at the MBA level.

 

Academic English Multilingual Students

   •  AEM 30 - Grad Wrtg/Speaking Pract
   •  AEM 100 - Success at USF:Univ/Class Cult
   •  AEM 101 - US Cult:Understand/Neg New Lan
   •  AEM 102 - Fluency Development
   •  AEM 103 - Strat. for Academic Writing
   •  AEM 105 - Vocabulary & Idioms I
   •  AEM 110 - Academic Reading/Writing I
   •  AEM 111 - Academic Oral Communication I
   •  AEM 112 - Pronunciation I
   •  AEM 120 - Academic Reading/Writing II
   •  AEM 121 - Academic Oral Comm II
   •  AEM 122 - Academic Oral Comm III
   •  AEM 123 - Grammar
   •  AEM 124 - Academic Reading/Writing III
   •  AEM 128 - English for Business
   •  AEM 153 - Legal English
   •  AEM 195 - FYS: First Year Seminar
   •  AEM 298 - Directed Study
   •  AEM 601 - Grad Wrtg/Speaking Pract

Academic Support Services

   •  ASP 110 - Foreword: Math
   •  ASP 111 - Foreword: Writing
   •  ASP 112 - Foreword: Contemporary Issues
   •  ASP 113 - Foreword: Computer Literacy
   •  ASP 114 - MSP Elective

Advertising

   •  ADVT 101 - Rhetoric and Consumer Culture
   •  ADVT 102 - Advertising and Persuasion
   •  ADVT 201 - Fund. of Creative Strategy
   •  ADVT 202 - Fund. of Creative Development
   •  ADVT 301 - Social Media
   •  ADVT 302 - Innovation in Advertising
   •  ADVT 303 - Media Planning and Buying
   •  ADVT 320 - Copywriting
   •  ADVT 388 - Controversies in Advertising
   •  ADVT 390 - Special Topics
   •  ADVT 398 - Directed Study
   •  ADVT 400 - Portfolios & Presentation
   •  ADVT 401 - Advertising Internship
   •  ADVT 402 - Industry Internship
   •  ADVT 411 - Campaign Project I
   •  ADVT 412 - Campaign Project II

African-American Studies

   •  AAS 100 - Black Activists & Visionaries
   •  AAS 150 - Black Heritage Immersion Trip
   •  AAS 200 - Community Engagement: Fillmore

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 101 - First Semester ASL
   •  ASL 102 - Second Semester ASL
   •  ASL 201 - Third Semester ASL
   •  ASL 290 - Special Topics in ASL
   •  ASL 390 - Special Topics
   •  ASL 398 - Dir Reading & Research

Anthropology

   •  ANTH 190 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 195 - FYS: First-Year Seminar
   •  ANTH 200 - Intro to Anthropology
   •  ANTH 204 - Communication & Culture
   •  ANTH 210 - Cultures Through Film
   •  ANTH 215 - Women’s Lives/Cultures
   •  ANTH 220 - Intro Urban Agriculture
   •  ANTH 230 - Anthropology & Global Health
   •  ANTH 235 - Anthropology of Food
   •  ANTH 240 - Sport, Culture & Society
   •  ANTH 250 - Global Cities: Cultures & Comm
   •  ANTH 255 - Anthropology of Social Media
   •  ANTH 270 - Mideast Peoples & Culture
   •  ANTH 280 - Alaska:Cltre,Envrmnt,Trsm
   •  ANTH 290 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  ANTH 295 - TYS: Transfer Year Seminars
   •  ANTH 303 - Race, Ethnicity & Media
   •  ANTH 305 - Anthropology of Music
   •  ANTH 330 - Anthropology and Global Health
   •  ANTH 335 - Anthropology of Food
   •  ANTH 340 - Balinese Dance & Culture
   •  ANTH 350 - Urban Anthropology
   •  ANTH 390 - Special Topics
   •  ANTH 398 - Directed Study

Arabic

   •  ARAB 101 - First Semester Arabic
   •  ARAB 102 - Second Semester Arabic
   •  ARAB 190 - Special Topics
   •  ARAB 201 - Third Semester Arabic
   •  ARAB 390 - Special Topics
   •  ARAB 398 - Directed Reading

Architecture and Community Design

   •  ARCD 100 - Intro to Arch & Comm Des
   •  ARCD 101 - History of Architecture I
   •  ARCD 102 - History of Architecture II
   •  ARCD 104 - Fabrication Lab
   •  ARCD 105 - Art & ARCD Fabrication Lab
   •  ARCD 110 - Architecture Studio I
   •  ARCD 120 - Architecture Studio II
   •  ARCD 150 - Architectonics I
   •  ARCD 151 - Architectonics II
   •  ARCD 195 - FYS: First-Year Seminar
   •  ARCD 200 - Sustainable Design
   •  ARCD 203 - History of Architecture III
   •  ARCD 204 - History of Architecture IV
   •  ARCD 220 - Landscape Arch Studio
   •  ARCD 230 - Architecture Studio III
   •  ARCD 240 - Materials and Methods of Arch.
   •  ARCD 250 - CADD 1
   •  ARCD 270 - BIM & Applications
   •  ARCD 290 - Special Topics
   •  ARCD 300 - CADD 2: GIS for Architecture
   •  ARCD 310 - Intro/Construction Materials
 

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