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Southern New Hampshire University

Course Descriptions

Special Topics Courses

The following undergraduate courses are listed in alphabetical order by the university’s course listing prefix. ACC Accounting ADV Advertising ATH Anthropology BUS Business Administration COM Communication DEV Child Development ECO Economics EDU Education ENG English ENV Environmental Studies ESL English as a Second Language FAS Fine Arts FIN Finance FMK Fashion Merchandising GAM Game Development GEO Geography GRA Graphic Design and Media Arts GST Gender Studies HIS History HON Honors HOS Hospitality Business INT International Business IT Information Technology JUS Justice Studies LAR Language (Arabic) LFR Language (French) LIT Literature LMN Language (Mandarin) LSP Language (Spanish) LSS Life Strategies Seminar MAS Management Advisory Services MAT Mathematics MKT Marketing OL Organizational Leadership PHL Philosophy POL Political Science PSY Psychology QSO Quantitative Studies and Operations Management RES Resident Life SCI Science SCS Social Science SNHU First Year Seminar: Scholarship for Success SOC Sociology SPED Special Education SPT Sport Management TCI Culinary

Special topics courses may be offered on a one-time basis in any discipline during any semester or session. Special topics courses will be numbered 470 with the course listing prefix. Example: ACC 470.

Humanities and Social Sciences Courses at the 100- and 200-levels are appropriate for freshman and sophomore level students; 300- and 400-level courses are appropriate for junior- and senior-level students.

Literature Electives Only courses with the course prefix LIT may be used as literature electives. 106

Global Marker Courses Ever greater international interaction as a result of communication technology, travel, and media coverage requires successful individuals to be familiar with international issues. International education is thus part of the curriculum of Southern New Hampshire University. We expect every graduate of SNHU to gain an awareness of other cultures and the global environment, either by studying abroad, or by taking at least two courses with global markers. Global marker courses focus on such topics as: the inter-connectedness of different regions and cultures; specific characteristics of nonwestern regions and cultures; skills of particular use in international business and travel; and the history, politics and geography of the world. ACC ATH COM ECO ECO ECO ENV FAS FIN GEO HIS HIS HIS HOS HOS

312 111 222 322 327 360 219 390 336 200 301 379 390 220 424

INT INT INT

113 315 316

INT INT JUS LAR

410 421 305 111

LAR

112

LIT LIT LMN

201 345 111

LMN

112

PHL PHL POL POL POL

230 246 203 211 213

International Managerial Accounting Introduction to Cultural Anthropology An Introduction to Film History International Economics Economic Development The Rise of Modern Asia Environmental Issues Non-Western Art Multinational Corporate Finance World Geography World History and Cultures History of the Middle East and Islam World Religion: Ritual and Belief Geography of Global Cultures Service, Merchandising and Management of Wines Introduction to International Business International Management Cultural and Political Environments of International Business International Entrepreneurship Global Financial System International Criminal Justice Elementary Arabic Language and Culture I Elementary Arabic Language and Culture II World Literature: Foundations of Culture Postcolonial Encounters Elementary Mandarin Language and Culture I Elementary Mandarin Language and Culture II Religions of the World Understanding Non-Western Philosophy Development and Underdevelopment International Relations Comparative Politics

SNHU Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2010  
SNHU Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2010  

Southern New Hampshire University 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog