42 UNDERGRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Undergraduate Course Descriptions Explanation of Course Numbers
Courses numbered below 100 are noncredit remedial courses. Courses numbered from 100 to 199 are open to all students. Courses numbered from 200 to 299 are considered sophomore courses and also are open to juniors and seniors. Courses numbered from 300 to 399 are considered junior courses and also are open to seniors. Courses numbered from 400 to 499 are considered junior and senior courses.
Department/Program Codes A key to the department and program codes is listed here: ACCT Accounting – see Business, Offutt School of ART Art BIOL Biology BUS Business – see Business, Offutt School of BUSN Business (new curriculum) – see Business, Offutt School of CHEM Chemistry CHIN Chinese CL Classical Studies COM Communication Studies – see Communication Studies and Theatre Art CRDO Credo CSC Computer Science – see Business, Offutt School of EDUC Education ENG English ENVR Environmental Studies ESC Earth Science EX SCI Exercise Science – see Physical Education and Health FND Nutrition and Dietetics FL Faith and Leadership – see Religion FREN French GEOG Geography – see History GER German GRK Greek – see Classical Studies GS Global Studies HISP Hispanic Studies HIST History HLTH Health – see Physical Education and Health HUM Humanities IBUS International Business – see Business, Offutt School of INQ Inquiry Seminars – see Core Curriculum IOC Inquiry Oral Communication – see Core Curriculum; see Communication Studies and Theatre Art ITAL Italian IWC Inquiry Written Communication – see Core Curriculum LAT Latin – see Classical Studies LIBA Liberal Arts MATH Mathematics – see Mathematics MUS Music NEU Neuroscience NORW Norwegian NURS Nursing PED Physical Education – see Physical Education and Health PHIL Philosophy PHYS Physics PSC Political Science PSYC Psychology REL Religion SCAN Scandinavian Studies – see Norwegian and Scandinavian Studies SOC Sociology – see Sociology and Social Work
SPAN SWK THR WS
Spanish – see Spanish and Hispanic Studies Social Work – see Sociology and Social Work Theatre Art – see Communication Studies and Theatre Art Women’s Studies
Cross-Listed Courses If a course carries credit for majors in more than one department or program, both departmental designations precede the title. For example, HIST 337, SCAN 337 – History of Scandinavia, 4 credits, carries credit in both the history department and the Norwegian and Scandinavian Studies program.
Core Designation Codes The letter immediately following the course number in the departmental listings is the core designation code that indicates which core requirement is met. Following is a list of core designation codes. Refer to Page 23 for complete information about the Core Curriculum. G International and Global Perspectives H Humanities J Religion II Courses K Mathematics N Natural Science R Arts S Social Sciences U Cultural Diversity W World Languages Z Core Capstone
Course Frequency Codes The course frequency listings in the catalog are intended to assist students in program planning. The college reserves the right to change these offerings as it becomes necessary. E Offered every semester E1 Offered every year, first semester E2 Offered every year, second semester E3 Offered every third semester S Offered during summer session B1, B2 Offered in Part of Term (P.O.T.) 2 and/or 3, first semester B3, B4 Offered in Part of Term (P.O.T.) 2 and/or 3, second semester A1 Offered alternate years, first semester A2 Offered alternate years, second semester AS1 Offered alternate years, first summer session T Offered every third year D Courses not offered on a regular schedule but at the discretion of the department, on the basis of student interest and ability to arrange schedules of faculty MS May Seminar, offered during the month of May. Course frequency and itinerary subject to change annually. Contact the Global Learning Office for more information.
General Information Index Descriptions for undergraduate courses are listed at the end of each department section, except as noted: 250 – Pre-May Seminar. See Page 25 for information about Pre-May Seminars. 300 – May Seminar. See Page 25 for information about May Seminars. 390 – Cooperative Education. See Page 29 for information about the Cooperative Education Internship Program. 483, 484 – Core Capstone Courses. See Page 24 for information regarding Core Capstone. 487 – Directed Research. See Page 28 for information about Directed Research. 490 – Internship and Practicum Experiences. See Page 29 for information about Internship and Practicum Experiences.
2013-14 Concordia College Catalog | June 2013, Volume III