Mar 18, 2019  
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Family Practice

  
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    FMPC 5021 - Health Disparities in Family Medicine



    Prerequisite: Core Requirements To increase student comprehension of health disparities and to improve their skills in reduction of health disparities. At the end of this elective, students will be able to address patient/physician/system roles in development of disparities; be proficient in two behavioral health interventions and have working knowledge of several patient coping strategies; have an increased understanding of health disparities, their causes, and how a variety of factors influence the health of the underserved and minority populations. Students will attend lecture/seminar sessions; provide services in underserved communities; complete an educational portfolio; develop and deliver patient education modules; co-facilitate communication labs and complete an independent study project on a challenging communication issue; and become proficient in two behavioral health interventions. Faculty evaluation of student’s performance on educational modules, professionalism, quality of independent study project, proficiency in behavioral health interventions, interpersonal and communication skills, quality of educational portfolio.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 2 Other Contact Hours: 20

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    FMPC 5023 - Health of the Population and Environment



    Students will assist in provision of clinical services in the district offices of the Public Health System of Georgia who serve special populations. They will see patients in the county health departments, free primary care clinics, children’s medical services, and infectious disease programs as well as learn about the functions of the public health system in the provision of emergency preparedness like food and water safety. It is expected that in the time devoted to the children’s clinics, they will learn about the determinants of health in the adult population as well as children.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lab Hours: 35

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    FMPC 5024 - Health and Policy Advocacy



    The course will engage students in researching key health policy topics and developing advocacy strategies to influence policy in these areas. Students will be engaged in discussions about required readings, literature reviews, and data analysis. Group discussions and small group work will be utilized to complete tasks. Sometimes group members may include full time faculty / staff assigned to certain topics and other times groups may be composed of solely students with a faculty lead. Students will required to conduct extensive literature reviews and acquire latest research findings in topic area of interest, develop and participate in advocacy strategic planning, and develop and scholarly work products (e.g. fact sheets, position white papers, resolutions, etc.) and utilize these as indicated with various advocate groups.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 5
    Other Contact Hours: 60

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Program Restrictions: MD_MEDD-Medicine Level Restrictions: Professional Semester Class Restrictions: Professional Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Medicine


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    FMPC 5085 - Salvation Army Homeless Clinic



    The students will gain experience in taking vital signs and gathering subjective information from patients. Guided by junior and senior and attending and resident physicians, the students will also gain experience in the area of physical examination of patients, formulation of a diagnosis and in planning a course of action for the patients. Students will also gain experience in coordinating the clinic which would include preparing charts, controlling patient flow as well as running the pharmacy aspect of the clinic by filling prescriptions and recording information about types and amounts of the pharmaceuticals that are used. Students will also be responsible for compiling monthly reports concerning the numbers of patients seen and volunteers participating in clinic.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    FMPC 5098 - FMP Summer Preceptorship



    This elective is offered to freshman students who are in their second semester of medical school as an opportunity to shadow a family physician in the day-to-day activities of a private practice of family medicine. The student may choose from a large list of community preceptors located in various sites across the State of Georgia who have agreed to assist in medical student education. This elective provides the student with a supervised teaching experience in the evaluation and management of patients with undifferentiated clinical problems encountered in the practice of Family Medicine. The student will participate in the office practice, hospital rounds, house calls, emergency room visits, and selected community activities. Students enrolled in the preceptorship program must maintain a log of all patient care activities that they experience; including all procedures and major diagnosis. Students will be given the opportunity to expand their skills in doctor-patient communication and physical diagnosis in this clinical setting with direct supervision from their preceptors.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 4 Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Limit: 2

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    FMPC 5999 - Basic Clerkship Remediation in Family Medicine



    Remediation of the Basic Core Clerkship in Family Medicine

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Prerequisites: FMPC5000

    Credit Hours: 1


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    RFAP 5000 - Family Practice



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 27
    Lecture Hours: 10 Other Contact Hours: 20

    College Restrictions: Residents Major Restrictions: Family Medicine Residency


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Finance

  
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    FINC 1410 - Personal Finance



    Provides individuals with the tools necessary to manage their personal financial affairs. Topics covered include budgeting, debt management, investments, insurance, taxes, and real estate. This course may not be used to fulfill major requirements for business.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 3400 - Corporate Finance



    This course deals with the fundamental tools of financial management: financial statement analysis, the time value of money, risk and return measurement, valuation of financial assets, capital budgeting decisions and cost of capital.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ACCT2102 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 3405 - Financial Planning



    This course is designed to introduce the theory and practice of personal financial planning. The course coverage includes an overview of the financial planning process including insurance, education funding, cash management and budgeting, retirement, investment and tax planning.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 3410 - Risk Management



    This course gives the student an understanding of pure risk, the nature of risk management, the role of risk managers, and the various tools of risk management with major emphasis on insurance.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 3420 - Real Estate



    A fundamental coverage of real property rights and interests, mortgage financing, taxation, leasing and settlement. Course provides information for the consumer and/or investor on how to select, finance and manage real property.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4410 - Advanced Corporate Finance



    This course is designed to further both theoretical and practical applications of corporate finance. Substantial emphasis will be placed on capital budgeting, cost of capital, capital structure, dividend policy, and financial planning.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FINC3400 >= C or FIN315 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4420 - Financial Markets and Institutions



    This course explores the role of financial markets and institutions in the economy. Topics include money and capital markets, the role of the Federal Reserve and the function and operating characteristics of financial institutions.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4421 - Investment and Portfolio Analysis



    This course provides an introduction to the various types of securities traded in the financial markets, investment theory and practice, portfolio construction and management, and investment strategies and tactics. Coverage includes both fundamental and technical analysis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FINC3400 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4450 - Case Studies in Finance



    This course is dedsigned to provide the student with an understanding of the role of finance in managerial decision making. Cases and/or supplemental readings are used to apply financial concepts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FINC4410 >= C and FINC4421 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4820 - International Economics and Finance



    The theory of international trade, balance of payments, exchange rates, monetary movements, capital markets, and commercial policy. Implications of international financial reforms and international economic integration.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ECON2106 >= C and ECON2105 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FINC 4950 - Selected Topics in Finance



    A course and/or directed study of a major issue, practice, or problem in the area of finance. Content to be decided based on needs and professional objectives of students and the experience and availability of faculty.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    FINC 6400 - Managerial Finance



    This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the role of finance in managerial decision making. Cases and/or supplemental readings are used to apply financial concepts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FINC 6421 - Investments



    This course provides an introduction to the various types of securities traded in the financial markets, investment theory and practice, portfolio construction and management, and investment strategies and tactics. Coverage includes both fundamental and technical analysis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FINC 6950 - Selected Topics in Finance



    A variable content course designed to meet the needs, interests, and professional objectives of graduate students in finance.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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First-Year Academic Seminar

  
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    FYAS 1100 - First-Year Academic Seminar



    The First-Year Academic Seminar is a discipline-or theme-based course that addresses an engaging and fun topic of interest in an environment that stimulates the joy of learning, taught by a professor with expertise in the course content. Each section challenges students to adapt successfully to the demands of college and to critically evaluate, analyze, and apply information within the context of the course topic. This course is specifically designed for freshman. Other students must receive special permission to enroll.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 2
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Freshman-Semester


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Fixed Prosthodontics

  
  

Food, Dietetics & Nutr Sci

  
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    FDNS 6300 - Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy



    Students will have the opportunity to integrate the theories and principles of medical nutrition therapy into clinical practice using case-based approach. Case studies will be used to help students integrate and apply their knowledge of nutrition, dietetics, and metabolism.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: MS_AHSC-Allied Health


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    FDNS 6500 - Special Topics in Nutrition and Foods



    This course is a one-hour seminar that is repeated each semester that will provide students with in-depth study of selected topics of current interest in nutrition and dietetics. Students will hear from nutrition experts as well as make presentations on topics of interest.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Program Restrictions: MS_AHSC-Allied Health


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    FDNS 7200 - Advanced Nutrition- Macronutrients



    An in-depth seminar of the key principles of cellular metabolism, nutritional, and clinical aspects of macronutrients. Major metabolic pathways and research findings are examined. The study includes the clinical applications of macronutrients in diseases.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7210 - Advanced Nutrition- Micronutrients



    Biochemical and molecular aspects of vitamins and minerals; interrelationship of nutrients; principles of determining nutritional requirements of individuals and clinical applications.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FDNS7200 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7300 - Advanced Nutritional Status Assessment Techniques Lab



    Provides in-depth hands-on training in nutrition status assessment; includes laboratory methods for collection and interpretation of physical, demographic, dietary, anthropometric, biochemical and clinical data.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MPHM8280 >= B and NURS6100 >= B

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7350 - Nutrition for Older Adults



    The study of the interrelationships between nutrition and aging and their impact on health and well-being. An in-depth discussion of concepts combining nutritional sciences and geriatrics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: NURS6100 >= B and MPHM8280 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7380 - Maternal, Infant, and Child Nutrition



    A comprehensive study of factors affecting the nutritional status of pregnant women, infants, and children. Breastfeeding, current controversies and cultural practices will be examined.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: NURS6100 >= B and MPHM8280 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7400 - Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy



    The application of the Nutrition Care Process (NCP) and evidence-based practice to specific pathophysiological conditions - includes nutrition assessment, nutrition diagnosis, nutrition intervention, and nutrition monitoring and evaluation. Case studies and simulation will be used to integrate and apply to clinical nutrition.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FDNS7200 >= B and FDNS7210 >= B and NURS6100 >= B and MPHM8280 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    FDNS 7500 - Obesity: Prevention, Treatment, and Management



    A comprehensive analysis of the prevalence, etiology, and pathophysiology of obesity. Evidence-based treatment of the disease with an emphasis on lifestyle (nutrition and physical activity).

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: NURS6100 >= B and MPHM8280 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    FDNS 7900 - Nutritional Genomics



    The course is an overview of the principles of genetics and explores diet-genome interaction.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FDNS7200 >= B and FDNS7210 >= B and NURS6100 >= B and MPHM8280 >= B

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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French

  
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    FREN 1001 - Elementary French I



    Fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing French in a proficiency-based classroom. Introduction to French-speaking cultures. Designed for students who have never studied French. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had French in high school should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take French 1002.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 1002 - Elementary French II



    A continuation of French 1001. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had French in high school should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take French 2001.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN1001 >= C or FR111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 2001 - Intermediate French I



    This proficiency-centered course is designed to build on high school French or on FREN 1002. More emphasis will be placed on listening, speaking, and reading skills in practical situations. Students will learn how to “get around” in places where French is spoken natively. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers should take the placement exam.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN1002 >= C or FR112 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 2002 - Intermediate French II



    This proficiency-centered course includes a grammar review and more intensive work in listening comprehension, speaking, and reading, with more emphasis on writing than in FREN 2001. French-speaking cultures will be studied through music, art, film, literary and cultural readings, including current events. At the end of this course, students should have a basic competence in French. Students who wish to take upper-division courses in French will need to demonstrate sufficient proficiency as determined by the foreign language faculty before enrolling in major/minor courses. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take classes at the 3000/4000 level.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2001 >= C or FR201 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 2950 - Studies in Francophone Culture



    A variable content course taught in English that will center on one Francophone country or area, or a specific issue dealing with Francophone culture. May not be counted towards the French major and may not satisfy foreign language requirement.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    FREN 3100 - Oral Expression in French



    An intensive course in which students will learn strategies for communication on levels from conversing in everyday practical situations to discussing opinions on politics, culture, and the arts. May not be taken by native speakers of French.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3210 - French Culture I: Francophone



    French in North America, with emphasis on the history and contemporary situation of Quebec; French in West and North Africa, the Caribbean, Vietnam.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3221 - French Culture II: Hexagon



    Historical overview of France emphasizing great moments in French history and the arts; a course designed in part to prepare students to visit French cathedrals, chateaux, monasteries, museums, and other historical and cultural sites of France. Paris will be highlighted.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3222 - French Culture III: French In Contemporary Europe



    This course will examine the role of contemporary France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Luxembourg in the European Union. Students will use television broadcasts, journal articles, and the World Wide Web.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3300 - Written Expression in French



    An intensive course in which students will learn strategies for written communication on numerous levels and in varied styles: compositions based on personal topics, current events, literary readings; styles range from email messages, letters, creative writing, imitation of stylistic models. Course includes advanced grammar and stylistics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3400 - French Phonetics



    A course in descriptive, comparative/contrastive and corrective phonetics. Students will learn the sound system of French and how it relates to spelling. Emphasis will be put on comparing the French sound system to that of American English. The course will address common American phonetic errors in French from both a pedagogical and a corrective point of view. Morphology and syntax will be studied as they relate to phonology.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3510 - Introduction to French Literature



    An introduction to literary reading and analysis, based on texts in prose, poetry and dramatic forms. Analysis of narrative (short story and novel) in terms of characterization, plot, setting, role of the narrator, etc.; introduction to poetics, including versification, and the use of figurative language in classical and romantic forms; selected readings from the classical and romantic theater.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3620 - French for Health and Medical Professions



    This is a course for French students desiring to expand their French knowledge in the field of medicine and health. It will provide oral and written opportunities to practice an active vocabulary in health-related situations. Emphasis on the development of oral, listening, reading and writing skills.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 3710 - Masterpieces of French Film



    Study of films by Jean Renoir, Francois Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Louis Malle and other great French directors; films starring Gerard Depardieu, Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Adjani, and others. Development of the film medium in historical-cultural perspective.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4100 - Advanced Oral Expression



    An intensive, advanced course in which students will use strategies for communication on levels from conversing in everyday practical situations to discussing opinions on politics, culture, and the arts. May not be taken by native speakers of French.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4300 - Advanced Written Expression



    An intensive course at an advanced level in which students will learn strategies for written communication on numerous levels and in varied styles: compositions based on personal topics, current events, literary readings; styles range from email messages, letters, creative writing, imitation of stylistic models. Course includes advanced grammar and stylistics. Advanced stylistics will be stressed.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4520 - Classical and Roman Theater



    Study of masterworks of drama from the 17th and 19th centuries. In addition to literary-critical discussion, students memorize and produce scenes from the plays, which are recorded.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4530 - Modern Theater



    Study of masterworks of drama from the 20th century. In addition to literary-critical discussion, students memorize and produce scenes from the plays, which are recorded.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4550 - Masterpieces of Poetry



    Study of poetry from the medieval period through the modern era. A survey of major movements and representative writers; techniques of poetic artistry (versification, figurative language, strophic forms) and sources of inspiration.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4560 - Masterpieces of the Novel



    Studies of the novel, from the medieval romance to modern realistic and philosophical narrative. The art of extended narration as developed in France; literary movements, themes and techniques.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    FREN 4590 - Literature in Translation



    Special course, with varying content, cross-listed with Humanities, English and/or other languages. Readings of major French literary works in English translation; classroom discussions and writing assignments also in English. French majors may take no more than one course in translation for major credit.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= C or HUM222 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    FREN 4801 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Foreign Language I



    Methods and materials for listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural activities appropriate for elementary and middle school learners. First and second language acquisition theories, a review of foreign language teaching methods, testing procedures and teacher preparation and evaluation. A field experience of 45 clock hours is a required component of the course. Prerequisite(s): Junior status and permission of the instructor. This course is a prerequisite for SCED 4901.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    FREN 4802 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Foreign Language II



    Methods and materials for listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural activities appropriate for secondary learners. First and second language acquisition theories, a review of foreign language teaching methods, testing procedures and teacher preparation and evaluation. A field experience of 45 clock hours is a required component of the course. Prerequisite(s): Junior status and permission of the instructor. This course is a prerequisite for SCED 4901.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    FREN 4950 - Selected Topics in French



    Special course, with varying content, cross-listed with Humanities, English and/or other languages. Topics such as the following: Great Thinkers of France; Modern Critical Theory; Modern French Mass-Media; Literature and Spirituality.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: FREN2002 >= C or FR202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    FREN 6801 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Foreign Languages I



    Methods and materials for listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural activities appropriate for elementary and middle school learners. First and second language acquisition theories, a review of foreign language teaching methods, testing procedures, and teacher preparation and evaluation. A field experience of 45 clock hours is a required component of the class. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate program - MAT. This course is a prerequisite for EDTD 6910.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester Degree Restrictions: Master of Arts in Teaching


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    FREN 6802 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Foreign Languages II



    Methods and materials for listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural activities appropriate for secondary learners. First and second language acquisition theories, a review of foreign language teaching methods, testing procedures, and teacher preparation and evaluation. A field experience of 45 clock hours is a required component of the class. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the graduate program - MAT. This course is a prerequisite for EDTD 6910.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester Degree Restrictions: Master of Arts in Teaching


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    FREN 6950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content course, intended to meet the interests of students studying French and desiring to make an intensive and advanced study of a specific area of French Studies. Emphasis on the development of productive and receptive skills. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): Baccalaureate degree in French or equivalent.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Program Restrictions: 1MAT-Master of Arts in Teaching Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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Gastroenterology

  

General Dentistry Licensure GA

  
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    GADL 5901 - General Dentistry Licensure in Georgia



    Clincal course that prepares students to challenge the national exam for GA licensure.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 7 Lab Hours: 0 Other Contact Hours: 17

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: DMD_DENT-Dentistry


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    GADL 5902 - General Dentistry in Licensure in Georgia Part 2



    This course is designed to prepare students for the clinical portion of the national dental licensure examination (CRDTS) that is required for the Georgia Dental License. The course includes 7 hours of lecture, and 12 hours of clinic. A clinical exam analogous to the patient-based CRDTS Operative and Periodontal exam is given for both the composite and amalgam operative dentistry section and the periodontal section. The patient-based periodontal exam is administered by the periodontics faculty on an individual basis for each student using students’ assigned patients in the senior clinic.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 7 Other Contact Hours: 8

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia Program Restrictions: DMD_DENT-Dentistry Level Restrictions: Professional Semester Class Restrictions: Professional Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Dental Medicine


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General Dentistry - Resident

  
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    GPRR 7021 - General Practice Didactics



    Case Presentations and Treatment Planning Topic in Hospital Dentistry Topics in Bone Grafting/Sinus Augmentation Topics in Treatment of the Medically Compromised Patient Topics in Special Needs Dentistry Topics Related to IV Sedation Topics in Pharmacology Topics in Disease Process Radiology

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 25
    Lab Hours: 625

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    GPRR 7022 - General Practice Clinic



    Anesthesia Rotation Emergency Medicine Rotation Oral Surgery Rotation Pediatric Dentistry Rotation General Practice Patient Care Clinic

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 23
    Lab Hours: 575

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    GPRR 7031 - General Practice Didactics



    Case Presentations and Treatment Planning Topics in Hospital Dentistry Topics in bone Grafting/Sinus Augmentation Topics in Treatment of the Medically Compromised Patient Topics in Special Needs Dentistry Topics Related to IV Sedation Topics in Pharmacology Topics in Disease Process

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 24
    Lecture Hours: 19

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    GPRR 7221 - General Practice Didactics



    Seminar, Treatment Planning, Literature Review

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 25
    Lab Hours: 625

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    GPRR 7231 - General Practice Didactics



    Seminar, Treatment planning, Literature Review, etc.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 24
    Other Contact Hours: 19

    College Restrictions: Residents


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Genomic Medicine

  
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    GNMD 8050 - Computational Methods in Genomics and Genetics



    This course covers computational methods applied to genomics and genetics. The course will cover Bayesian statistics, nonparametric inference, phylogenetic trees, sequence analysis, microarray analysis, networks, multivariate methods, linkage analysis, and association genetics. The focus of the course will be to understand the basic concepts underlying the various analyses used in modern genomic and genetic research, and to understand how to use software that is available for basic analyses. A large component of the course will be to provide students with hands-on experience with analysis of datasets.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No


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    GNMD 8051 - Translational Genomics and Proteomics



    Focusing on how to use the modern high throughput technologies to answer biological questions. Prerequisites: Admission into the Graduate Program in Genomic Medicine.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: The Graduate School Campus Restrictions: Main campus Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    GNMD 8052 - Functional Genomics and Proteomics Using Animal Models



    The purpose of this course is to show how animal models of human diseases can be analyzed using genomic and proteomic technologies. The course will overview high throughput methods of generating disease models in mouse and describe ongoing efforts in this field. The focus of the course will be on mouse models of diseases affecting immune, cardiovascular and nervous system. Attempts to identify molecular mechanisms of the disease will be presented with particular emphasis on drug target discovery.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    GNMD 8060 - Genomic Medicine Seminar



    The Genomic Medicine Seminar course consists of research seminars by visiting and MCG researchers. Students will have an opportunity to talk to each speaker during a lunch meeting and to serve as hosts to visiting scientists.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 1

    College Restrictions: The Graduate School Major Restrictions: Genomic Medicine Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    GNMD 8300 - Thesis Research



    This course requires permanent assignment to a specific lab with a faculty advisor and a defined research project. The student works under the mentorship of his/her faculty thesis advisor to define, develop, and carry out the basic study of a research problem of interest to both student and advisor. This course is designed to develop the experience, understanding, and skills to conduct and assess original, independent research in biomedical science. This course is typically taken more than one time and culminates in the final semester in the preparation and defense of a MS thesis.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 12
    Lab Hours: 1 TO 12

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Program Restrictions: MS_GENO-Genomic Medicine


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    GNMD 9210 - Investigation of a Problem in Genomic Medicine



    This is a laboratory rotation course where the student works with individual faculty members on a specific research topic. This provides an introduction to techniques utilized in that laboratory as well as in introduction to the scientific method.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 12
    Lab Hours: 1 TO 12

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    College Restrictions: The Graduate School Major Restrictions: Genomic Medicine Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    GNMD 9300 - Research in Genomic Medicine



    The student works closely with his/her faculty dissertation mentor on an in-depth study of a research question of interest to both student and mentor. This course culminates in the preparation of a Ph.D. dissertation.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 12
    Lab Hours: 1 TO 12

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: The Graduate School Major Restrictions: Genomic Medicine Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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Genomics and Personalized Med

  
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    CBGM 5085 - Genomics and Personalized Medicine



    Topics will include: genetic and environmental risk factors for complex diseases; next generation sequencing approaches in analysis of human genomes; genome-wide association studies; pharmacogenomics; use of personal genetic information in clinical medicine.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Normal

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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Geography

  
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    GEOG 1111 - World Geography



    A study of the world and its topography, political divisions, cultural development, cultural spheres, geographic spheres, and climatic regions; as well as cartography, geology, physics, and astronomy, as they pertain to the earth.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GEOG 1112 - Introduction to Weather and Climate



    Atmospheric composition and structure, clouds, precipitation, atmospheric motion and winds. Organized weather systems, including air masses, fronts and severe weather. Discussion of global climates includes circulation, wind systems and climate classification.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MATH1001 >= D or MATH1111 >= D or MATH1101 >= D or MATH1113 >= D or MATH1113 >= D

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Chemistry/Physics Lab Fee
    Fee Amount
    40
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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Geology

  
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    GEOL 1121 - Introductory Geosciences I: Physical Geology



    The study of minerals and rocks; fundamentals of earth structure and processes including vulcanism, mountain-building, erosion, sedimentation and metamorphism. Laboratory includes study of common minerals and rocks, and interpretation of geologic maps and cross-sections. Prerequisite(s): Recommended but not required: MATH 1001 or MATH 1111.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Chemistry/Physics Lab Fee
    Fee Amount
    40
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    GEOL 1122 - Introductory Geosciences II: Historical Geology



    A study of geologic principles applicable to earth history. Includes basic stratigraphy and paleontology. Survey of geologic time periods, including geological and biological events during earth development.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GEOL1121 >= D

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Chemistry/Physics Lab Fee
    Fee Amount
    40
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    GEOL 2950 - Selected Topics



    Concepts/topics in special areas of geology/geoscience. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 4
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 4 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    GEOL 4950 - Selected Topics



    Concepts/topics in special areas of geology/geoscience. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 4
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 4 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    GEOL 4990 - Undergraduate Research



    Individual modern geology/geoscience research. A minimum of three hours of laboratory work per week for each semester hour of credit. Report/thesis required. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 4
    Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 1 TO 4

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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Geriatric Dentistry

  
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    GERD 5001 - Introduction to Geriatric Dentistry



    This course introduces students to the unique oral health needs of older adults.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 1 Other Contact Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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German

  
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    GRMN 1001 - Elementary German I



    Fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing German in a proficiency-based classroom. Introduction to German-speaking cultures. Designed for students who have never studied German. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had German in high school should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take German 1002.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 1002 - Elementary German II



    A continuation of German 1001. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had German in high school should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take GRMN 2001.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN1001 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 2001 - Intermediate German I



    This proficiency-centered course is designed to build on high school German or on GRMN 1002. More emphasis will be placed on listening, speaking, and reading skills in practical situations. Students will learn how to “get around” in places where German is spoken natively. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers should take the placement exam.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN1002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 2002 - Intermediate German II



    This proficiency-centered course includes a grammar review and more intensive work in listening comprehension, speaking, and reading, with more emphasis on writing than in GRMN 2001. German-speaking cultures will be studied through music, art, film, literary and cultural readings, including current events. At the end of this course, students should have a basic competence in German. Students who wish to take upper-division courses in German will need to demonstrate sufficient proficiency as determined by the foreign language faculty before enrolling in courses for the minor. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers should take the placement exam. Students must earn a C or better in order to take classes at the 3000/4000 level.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2001 >= C or GER201 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 3100 - Oral Communication in German



    An intensive course designed to examine the codes of oral communication in German and to improve the student’s productive and receptive skills in a variety of practical situations. Special emphasis given to oral communication. May not be taken by native speakers of German.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 3220 - German Society and Culture



    A course designed to introduce the student to contemporary German society and culture and the historical dimensions of contemporary social, political and intellectual issues. Emphasis on the development of productive and receptive skills in German.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 3300 - German Grammar and Written Communication



    An intensive course designed to teach the student the finer points of German grammar, examine the codes of written communication in German, and improve the student’s productive and receptive skills in German.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 3510 - Introduction to German Literature



    A course designed to introduce the student to literary reading and analysis using exemplary works from German literature. Emphasis on the development of productive and receptive skills in German.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 3520 - Studies in German Literature



    A course designed around the study of a particular genre, period or theme in German literature. Emphasis on the development of productive and receptive skills.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    GRMN 4950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content course, intended to meet the interests of students studying German and desiring to make an intensive study of a specific area of German Studies. Emphasis on the development of productive and receptive skills. May be repeated for credit.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: GRMN2002 >= C or GER202 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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Health Informatics

  
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    HINF 3000 - Legal Aspects and Ethics



    The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a broad understanding of the law and its administration and to apply this understanding to relevant questions of policy and procedure development for documentation requirements in a healthcare setting.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0 Other Contact Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: CERHIA_HINA-Health Inform Administration


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