Oct 21, 2019  
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

History

  
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    HIST 4401 - Colonial North America



    A study of the colonial period of North America; the interaction of native peoples with newcomers; the political, economic, social, and cultural growth of North American colonies; the changing relationships between European powers and their colonies.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2111 >= C or HIS211 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4411 - Revolutionary America



    This course examines the Revolutionary beginnings of the United States, exploring themes of social transformation, political experimentation, and cultural creativity during the early national period.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2111 >= C or HIS211 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4421 - Civil War and Reconstruction



    A study of the causes of the American Civil War, the major military campaigns and engagements, and the problems of the nation after the war.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2111 >= C or HIS211 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4431 - US From the Gilded Age to the Great Depression



    An in-depth study of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of America and of American foreign relations during the Gilded Age, Progressive Era, World War I, and the 1920s.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2112 >= C or HIS212 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4441 - United States Since the Great Crash



    A study of the United States from the beginning of the Great Depression to the present with emphasis on political, social, economic, and diplomatic developments.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2112 >= C or HIS212 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4451 - National Security and Foreign Policy, 1898-



    The emergence of the United States as a world power, the origins and impact of the Cold War, and the forces that have shaped America’s relationship with the world. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HIST 4471 - The Old South



    A study of the American South from the beginnings of European settlement to the Civil War with emphasis on slavery, the development of southern culture, and other topics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2111 >= C or HIS211 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4481 - The New South



    A study of the American South since Reconstruction with emphasis on race relations, the evolution of southern culture, and other topics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2112 >= C or HIS212 >= C

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4491 - The American West



    An examination of the westward movement and those factors that defined the West as a land of opportunity; the significance of race, ethnicity, and gender in the West’s creation; and the role of the West in shaping the identity and image of the United States.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST2111 >= C or HIST2112 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4600 - Early Medicine



    This course investigates the history of medical practice and understanding of the human body and disease. The topics (including early notions of body and health) will begin from the earliest times and proceed chronologically to the end of the sixteenth century, with concentration on the period from CE 600 to 1600.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HIST 4710 - Early Science



    This course is designed to explore the clash between the ideas of faith, superstition, and early science from the 14th to the 17th centuries in Europe. The course explores the social challenges to science and the scientific challenges to some social conventions, as science pushes forward human understanding of the world.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HIST 4820 - Medieval Castles and War



    This course will look at the design, purpose, and use of castles; the crusades; and all elements of conflict, such as diplomacy, crusades, and the role of religion, technology, and tactics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HIST 4940 - Historiography



    Study of historical writing and the approaches used to research and write history. Course is designed to examine the philosophy of historical research, major changes in historiographic trends, and major writers of history.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST3001

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4950 - Selected Topics



    Content of the course varies. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HIST 4960 - Undergraduate Internship



    A service-learning experience based in an institution or agency, the internship requires the completion of a specific task and the acquisition of specific knowledge and skills under the supervision of the university and the cooperating institution or agency. Prerequisite(s): Permission of department chair.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 12
    Lecture Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    HIST 4970 - Senior Thesis



    The composition of an extended paper that employs the methods of historical research and analysis and that incorporates the generally accepted usages in historical composition and citation. Prerequisite(s): Senior standing.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HIST 4990 - Senior Seminar in History



    Broadly-based capstone course with the topic tailored to the instructor’s area of specialization. Course will give attention to historical research and writing, the philosophy of history, and historiography. A formal paper is a requirement.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HIST1111 >= C and HIST1112 >= C and HIST2111 >= C and HIST2112 >= C and HIST3001 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Senior-Semester


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    HIST 5111 - History and Culture of Africa



    A survey of the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the African continent from ancient times to the present. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5211 - History and Culture of East Asia



    A survey of Asian civilizations emphasizing cultural institutions and reactions to Western encroachment. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5311 - Modern Russia



    Russia from the late nineteenth century to the present. Origins, development, and collapse of the Soviet state. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 5371 - England to 1689



    A study of the origins and development of England politically, economically, socially, and culturally from the earliest settlements through the Revolution of 1688 establishing constitutional monarchy. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5381 - England Since 1689



    A study of the constitutional developments, rise of parliamentary supremacy, impact of the Industrial Revolution, and institutional and social reforms in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5391 - Colonialism and Nationalism of the British Empire



    A survey of the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the British Empire and Commonwealth. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5411 - Indians of North America



    Origins and cultures of native peoples of America north of Mexico. Discusses impact of arrival of Europeans in North America. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5431 - African-American History to 1877



    An examination of the origins of man; the kingdoms of West Africa; African political, economic, and social systems; the slave trade; slavery in the Americas; and the experiences of African Americans through the presidential election of 1876.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 5441 - African-American History since 1877



    An examination of the lives of black Americans in their search for freedom in the South, North, and West following the presidential election of 1876 and into the twentieth century.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5481 - American Social and Intellectual History



    A study of some of the major social developments and political and cultural ideas that have shaped American history since the Revolutionary era. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5491 - Military History of the United States



    Overview of American military history from colonization to the present, including major wars, campaigns, battles, institutional and organizational development, and strategy.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5531 - History of Mexico



    An examination of Mexico’s history. Topics include: indigenous civilizations prior to European contact, Spanish conquest, colonial society, the independence period, and a social, political, and economic survey of the turbulent modern era. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5591 - United States and Latin American Relations



    A study of the cultural, commercial, and diplomatic relations among the American republics. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 5711 - Georgia History



    A study of the history of Georgia that focuses on state and local history and shows the connections with national and world events. This course fulfills the legislative requirement for Georgia history. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 5811 - Topics in the Islamic World



    A survey of the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the predominantly Muslim-populated regions in the Eastern Hemisphere from the seventh century to the present. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 5831 - Archaeology



    Examines theories, methods, and techniques used by modern archaeologists in an integrated scientific approach to investigate and understand historic and prehistoric cultures. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 5851 - Military History of the Western World



    Warfare in the western world from ancient times through the eighteenth century. Attention will be given to military doctrine, technology, and style, and the effect of war on the development of the west. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6011 - History of Women



    This course will examine the history of women in either a geographical or topical approach. It will examine the female role of mother, daughter, sister, and leader in a particular society, such as America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, etc. Or, the course will be centered on a particular cross-cultural topic, such as suffrage, family roles, leaders, religion, etc. In all cases, this course is intended to explore the paradox between the ideal woman and actual treatment of women in a given era, society, culture, or movement. Students taking the graduate level course will be required to complete additional work. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1111 or 1112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6021 - Gender and Family History



    This is an in-depth look at the relationship between men and women with particular emphasis on their roles in the family. The course will look at childhood, marriage, work, and cultural practices in a particular period from antiquity to modernity. Primary and secondary sources will provide comparisons between men and women in both the elite and common sectors of society. Students taking the graduate level course will be required to complete additional work. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1111 or 1112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 98

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6111 - History of World Religions



    This is a survey course introducing the study of religion. The students will define what “religion” is, examine why so many people in the history of the world find religion important, and try to understand some of the major tenets of the religions of the world. This course is designed with the theme of ethics and morals as defined by cultures and religions around which many of the readings and discussions will take place. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6211 - The Middle East 622-1914



    A survey of the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the Middle East from the time of the Prophet Muhammad to the Ottoman Empire’s entry into the First World War. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 6221 - The Modern Middle East



    A survey of the political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the Middle East from the First World War to the present including such subjects as Western imperialism, Arab nationalism, and the Arab-Israeli conflict and peace process. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6231 - History of Modern Israel



    A examination of the political, economic, social and intellectual history of Israel and the Palestinian territories since 1948 with background provided on Palestine since the 19th century under Ottoman and later British rule as well as the origins of Zionism and Palestinian Arab nationalism. Students taking this course as HIST 6231 will complete additional work not required for HIST 4231. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 6361 - Age of Reason and Enlightenment



    A study of European institutions and ideas in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with special attention to the growth of absolute monarchies, to discoveries in the sciences, and to the application of reason to the progress of human development. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6371 - Age of Revolutions



    A study of causation, methodology, and effectiveness of revolutions as they occurred in Europe and America from the 1600s through 1917. Prerequisite(s): HIST 1112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 6381 - Nineteenth Century Europe



    An examination of the transition of the European states from agricultural, semi-feudal monarchies to industrialized great powers. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6391 - Twentieth Century Europe



    Major trends in European history from the Russian Revolution of 1905 to the present. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6401 - Colonial and Revolutionary America



    A study of the colonization of North America by Europeans; the interaction of native peoples with the colonizers; the political, economic, social, and cultural growth of the colonies; the relationship between England and her colonies; and the American Revolution. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6411 - United States from the Confederation to 1850



    An in-depth study of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of America during the Confederation, Federalist, Jeffersonian, and Jacksonian periods. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6421 - Civil War and Reconstruction



    A study of the causes of the American Civil War, the major military campaigns and engagements, and the problems of the nation after the war. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6431 - US From the Gilded Age to the Great Depression



    An in-depth study of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of America and of American foreign relations during the Gilded Age, Progressive Era, World War I, and the 1920s. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6441 - United States Since the Great Crash



    A study of the United States from the beginning of the Great Depression to the present with emphasis on political, social, economic, and diplomatic developments. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6451 - National Security and Foreign Policy, 1898-



    The emergence of the United States as a world power, the origins and impact of the Cold War, and the forces that have shaped America’s relationship with the world. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    HIST 6471 - The Old South



    A study of the American South from the beginnings of European settlement to the Civil War with emphasis on slavery, the development of southern culture, and other topics. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6481 - The New South



    A study of the American South since Reconstruction with emphasis on race relations, the evolution of southern culture, and other topics. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6491 - The American West



    An examination of the westward movement and those factors that defined the West as a land of opportunity; the significance of race, ethnicity, and gender in the West’s creation; and the role of the West in shaping the identity and image of the United States. Prerequisite(s): HIST 2111 or HIST 2112 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    HIST 6600 - Early Medical History



    This course investigates the premodern history of medical practice and understanding of the human body and disease. The readings begin with some grounding in early Homo Sapiens and proceed chronologically for the most part to the end of the sixteenth century. The course will look generally at the global and cultural exchange of ideas about the body and disease, differing views on the body and health, rationalities behind various methods of healing, practitioners of medicine, the role of faith and superstition, law and regulation surrounding the practice of medicine and distribution of drugs, and treatment (including prosthetics) of disabilities and the disabled.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Other Contact Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Degree Restrictions: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science


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    HIST 6950 - Selected Topics



    Content of the course varies. Prerequisite(s): Junior or Senior standing or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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Honors

  
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    HONR 1900 - Contemporary Issues - Honors



    An interdisciplinary exploration of an important issue or theme at a level consistent with freshman or sophomore honors standing. Variable topics. Topic chosen by student/faculty committee. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Program Committee. Freshman or sophomore status.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Class Restrictions: Freshman-Semester, Sophomore-Semester


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    HONR 2950 - Selected Topics



    A variable topics honors course that allows faculty to experiment with innovative lower division course offerings. These courses will be approved by the faculty member’s department and by the Honors Committee. These courses can, with the approval of the department or departments responsible for core offerings, count in the core by course substitution. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Honors Program or permission of the Honors Program Committee.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    HONR 3900 - Breaking Boundaries



    An interdisciplinary and/or multicultural seminar which aims to cross boundaries between the disciplines and/or between cultures within the United States or within the world. The course provides an in-depth examination of variable selected topics at a level consistent with junior or senior honors standing. Topic chosen by student/faculty committee. Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior status and (1) admission to the Honors program or (2) permission of the Honors Program Committee.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 2 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HONR 3999 - Thesis Prospectus - Honors



    A directed project wherein the student works closely with an honors advisor, usually in her or his major department, to develop an acceptable honors thesis proposal. The proposal will include a description of the proposed honors project: its purpose, its extent, and its expected outcome; an assessment of materials needed and available for the proposed project; a calendar for work on the proposed thesis. The finished proposal will be submitted to the Honors Committee for comment and approval.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HONR 4000 - Honors Thesis



    (Hours credit determined case by case by honors advisor, department chair, and Honors panelchair) A directed project wherein an individual works closely with an honors advisor, usually in her or his major department, to develop an acceptable honors thesis based on an approved thesis proposal designed in HONR 3999. Depending on the field in which the work is being done, an honors thesis may take a variety of forms: e.g. traditional library research, an original piece of quantitative or qualitative research, a critical or appreciative essay, an exhibit or performance accompanied by a reflective, analytic essay, a substantial work of fiction or poetry, or an analysis growing out of an internship. The thesis will be reviewed and discussed with members of a panel established by the Honors Committee who will share their comments and recommendations with the writer and advisor. The evaluation of the thesis and the awarding of credit are the responsibility of the advisor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (HONR3999 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 2 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester


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    HONR 4500 - Honors Capstone



    An integrative course providing a vehicle for self-assessment and for program-assessment. Variable content defined by the graduating honors students. Provides opportunity for possible presentation of honors thesis and mentoring of other honors students.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Senior-Semester


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Humanities

  
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    HUMN 2001 - World Humanities I



    The first course of a two-semester sequence in which a team of professors introduces students to world cultures and their perspectives on major human concepts, such as truth, beauty and divinity. Students will learn to analyze works of art, music and literature in context of the cultures that produced them and the values they reflect.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2001H - World Humanities I



    The first course of a two-semester sequence in which a team of professors introduces students to world cultures and their perspectives on major human concepts, such as truth, beauty and divinity. Students will learn to analyze works of art, music and literature in context of the cultures that produced them and the values they reflect. This is an Honors Course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C and ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2002 - World Humanities II



    The second of a two-semester sequence in which a team of professors introduces students to world cultures and their perspectives on major human concepts, such as truth, beauty and divinity. Students will learn to analyze works of art, music and literature in context of the cultures that produced them and the values they reflect. Coursework culminates in a critical examination of the dialogue between the contemporary world and the cultures studied.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2002H - World Humanities II



    The second of a two-semester sequence in which a team of professors introduces students to world cultures and their perspectives on major human concepts, such as truth, beauty and divinity. Students will learn to analyze works of art, music and literature in context of the cultures that produced them and the values they reflect. Coursework culminates in a critical examination of the dialogue between the contemporary world and the cultures studied. This is an Honors Course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001H >= D and ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C and ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2011 - Selected Topics in Humanities



    Guided independent study of various limited topics in the humanities which have interdisciplinary components analogous to topics covered in the World Humanities sequence (e.g. Arabic Humanities; The Modern World; Religious Expressions in Art and Literature). Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1101-1102 or 1113-1114; five hours of credit in Humanities transferred in from another institution or permission of the department.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    HUMN 2021 - Aztec, Maya, and Inca Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of history, culture, literature, art, and music created by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica and South America. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2023 - North American Indian Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of history, culture, literature, art, and music created by the indigenous peoples of North America. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2031 - Ancient Greek Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of ancient Greek history, literature, art, music, and culture. Students take multiple choice tests based on readings, dvds, and videotapes. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Students may not receive credit for the course if they receive credit for HUMN 2001 or for a transfer course which covered literature and/or art of ancient Greece. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2041 - African Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of African history, literature, art, and culture. Students take multiple choice tests based on readings, DVDs, and videotapes. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2043 - Japanese Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of Japanese history, literature, art music, and culture. Students take multiple choice tests based on readings, DVDs, and videotapes. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2045 - Chinese Humanities



    An independent study course on elements of Chinese history, literature, art, music, and culture. Students take multiple choice tests based on readings, DVDs, and videotapes. All students should have an email address and should contact the instructor during the first week of the semester. Prerequisite(s):Students may take the course only if they have already earned three hours of Humanities credit toward areas B and C of the core.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 2950 - Selected Topics



    A variable-content interdisciplinary course which exploits the approach of two or more academic disciplines to explore topics of interest to lower-division undergraduate students.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    HUMN 4010 - Postmodernism and Beyond



    An interdisciplinary study of Postmodernism-its theory and its manifestations in literature, art and music.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D or HUM222 >= D

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 4101 - Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art



    A seminar dedicated to the critical study and analysis of aesthetic theories and philosophy of art since the late eighteenth century. Course will stress close readings and group discussion of texts by Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Benjamin, Adorno, Merleau-Ponty, and Lyotard. Recommended especially for studio art students, for students minoring in Humanities, and for anyone interested in philosophy.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (HUMN2002 >= D or HUM222 >= D) or (PHIL1000 >= C or PHY101 >= C) or (ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C) or (ENGL1114 >= C or ENG111 >= C)

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 4210 - Literature in Opera



    A combined literary and musical study of the transformations of classic literary works, such as a Shakespearean drama, into opera.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D or HUM222 >= D

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 4220 - Harlem Renaissance



    A study of the major writers, artists, and musicians of the Harlem Renaissance (1919-1935).

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D or HUM222 >= D

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    HUMN 4950 - Enlightenment: Sentiment to Sublime



    Variable topics focusing on (1) the intellectual and aesthetic movements of a particular period or culture; (2) critical-theoretical approaches to the study of literature, music, and art; and (3) interdisciplinary topics in the Humanities.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D or HUM222 >= D

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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Implantology

  
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    IMPL 5001 - Introduction to Oral Implantology



    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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Independent Dental Studies

  
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    IDDS 5001 - Independent Dental Studies



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 6
    Other Contact Hours: 2 TO 12

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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Indications Based Trtmnt Sol

  
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    IBTS 5001 - Indications Based Treatment Solutions Seminar



    Advanced treatment planning concepts will be presented to senior students.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 1
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    IBTS 5601 - Indications Based Treatment Solutions Seminar



    Advanced treatment planning concepts will be presented to senior students.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Continuing Progress Courses

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 1
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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Infectious Disease

  
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    RINF 5000 - Infectious Disease



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 27
    Lecture Hours: 25 Other Contact Hours: 24

    College Restrictions: Residents


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Information Literacy

  
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    ILIT 1500 - Introduction to Information Literacy



    Introduction to information literacy concepts and practices, including determining how much information is needed, finding source materials relevant to a research topic, and evaluating information sources of all kinds. Course is intended to be taken in the same semester as any other course in an academic discipline which requires the completion of a research paper or any other project which requires the student to compile a list of sources from which to gather and assimilate information on a chosen topic.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No


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Information Management

  
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    AIST 6353 - Principles of Information Security Management



    Overview of information security practice management. Topics include security leadership, security lifecycle management, security compliance management, contingency management, incident management, and the psychology of information security.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No Co-Requisites: AIST6510

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6355 - Information Security Policy Development



    Overview of information security policies. Primary topics include why organizations need a well-documented information security framework, major elements of an information security policy framework, and how to successfully implement and enforce information security policies.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: AIST6510 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6357 - Information Risk Management



    Overview of information security risk management. Primary topics include information security risks, threats, vulnerabilities, information security risk assessments, and information security risk mitigation plans.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: AIST6510 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6359 - Legal Issues in Information Security



    Overview of information security legal issues. Primary topics include the legal system, laws that influence information security, and legal aspects of security and privacy in organizations.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    AIST 6361 - Principles of Incident Response and Disaster Recovery



    Overview of information security incident response and disaster recovery. Primary topics include contingency strategies, incident response methods, disaster recovery methods, and crisis management.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: AIST6510 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    MINF 2201 - Microcomputer Applications



    Hands-on introduction to microcomputer applications which support business functions; word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, and database management system. Also exposure to use of an operating system, electronic communication, and basic computing concepts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MATH1101 >= D or MATH1001 >= D or MATH1111 >= D or MAT107 >= D or MATH1113 >= D or MAT115 >= D or MATH2011 >= D or MAT201 >= D or MAT295 >= D or MATH1220 >= D

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 2650 - Principles of Data Management and Analysis



    An introduction to information systems with a focus on the collection, manipulation and analysis of structured data. Students will utilize spreadsheets and relational databases to formulate solutions to common business challenges. In addition to fundamental data planning and modeling concepts, students will be introduced to data analysis and visualization techniques, as well as the use of structured programming to automate some data management tasks.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (MATH1111 >= C or MATH1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 3612 - Business Introduction to Programming



    Introduces business students to the fundamental principles of object-oriented programming using C#. The focus is on applications development using object-oriented design and implementation techniques. Topics include: objects, classes, inheritance, interfaces, GUI components, layout managers, events, multimedia, exception handling, and I/O files.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 3614 - Business Introduction to Networking



    Business introduction to networking technology including networking standards, networking media, networking hardware, access methods, network operating systems, TCP/IP basics, network security and the fundamentals of local area network and wide area network technologies. Note: Credit not allowed for both MINF 3614 and AIST 2320.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 3618 - Business Introduction to Web Development



    Business students will be exposed to appropriate format and page layout, adding and manipulating visuals, images, and rich media, creating a navigation scheme and linking together multiple pages and sites, creating basic forms, building interactive features, and publishing/maintaining web sites. Prerequisite(s):full admission into the Hull College of Business. Note: credit not allowed for both MINF 3618 and AIST 2220.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 3625 - Project Management



    Project management is the use of a standardized set of documented processes to control projects in an organization. This course addresses the life cycle of a project, the management of the project, how a project scope is written, how the time management is constructed and communicated.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MINF2201 >= D or CSCI1301 >= D

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

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 3650 - Information Systems



    Develops a broad understanding of the role of information technology, systems, and resources, especially in business settings.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MINF2201 or CSCI1301

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    MINF 4390 - Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship



    This course examines Internet business models that are used to gain and sustain a competitive advantage. The course also describes different Internet technology infrastructures and identifies issues managing a firm’s technology as a strategic asset.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MINF3650 >= D or MIS310 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Accounting, Applied Information Systems, Finance, Management, Management Info Systems, Marketing


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    MINF 4950 - Selected Topics in Management Information Systems



    A course or directed study in management information systems. Content to be decided based upon instructor expertise and student interest. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Accounting, Applied Information Systems, Finance, Management, Management Info Systems, Marketing


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    MINF 6620 - Management of Information Technology



    Examines the issues of information technology, operations, competitive advantage, and leadership from management’s perspective. Includes cross-functional issues, relationships with vendors and consultants, RFP’s, contracts, hardware, software, communications, and ethics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Nursing Practice, Master of Business Admin


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    MINF 6950 - Current Issues in MINF Systems



    A variable content course individually designed to meet the needs, interests, and professional objectives in business administration.

    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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