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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin
Lancaster Campus
   
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
  
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Course Descriptions

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    ACCT 225 - Introduction to Financial Accounting

    Credits: 3

    User-oriented approach to the study of financial accounting and reporting topics related to business decisions.

  
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    ACCT 226 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting

    Credits: 3

    User-oriented approach to the study of managerial accounting topics related to business decisions.

    Prerequisites: ACCT 225

  
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    ACCT 324 - Survey of Commercial Law

    Credits: 3

    Basic legal concepts and the judicial system, with emphasis on business law.

  
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    ACCT 335 - Survey of Federal Taxation

    Credits: 3

    Federal tax law and preparation of individual income tax returns.

    Note: Not allowed as an upper-division elective by accounting majors and not open for students who received credit for ACCT 403

  
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    AFAM 201 - Introduction to African American Studies: Social and Historical Foundations

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the key debates, figures, and concepts that are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the historical, political, and social development of black life in America.

    Note: Carolina Core: GSS
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    AFAM 202 - Introduction to African-American Studies: Arts and Cultural Foundations

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the key debates, figures, and concepts that are fundamental to the interdisciplinary study of the artistic, literary, and cultural development of black life in America.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    AFAM 335 - The American Civil Rights Movement

    Credits: 3

    Examination of the origins of Jim Crow and the multi-faceted struggle against it, and other forms of racial inequality, in the American South and the rest of the US since the early 20th century.

    Cross-listed Course: HIST 455

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ANTH 101 - Primates, People, and Prehistory

    Credits: 3

    An exploration of human origins, human evolution, human prehistory, and cultural existence from its less complex forms to early civilizations. An introduction to the concepts, methods, and data of physical, biological, and archaeological anthropology.

    Note: Carolina Core: GSS

  
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    ANTH 102 - Understanding Other Cultures

    Credits: 3

    An exploration and comparison of selected contemporary cultures, including their languages. An introduction to the concepts, methods, and data of socio-cultural anthropology and anthropological linguistics.

    Note: Carolina Core GSS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ANTH 206 - Anthropology of Magic and Religion

    Credits: 3

    A comparative examination of such topics as ritual, cosmology, revitalization movements, magic, witchcraft, myth, and possession.

    Cross-listed Course: RELG 360

  
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    ANTH 207 - Gender and Culture

    Credits: 3

    Anthropological study of gender, with emphasis on cross-cultural investigation of the interaction of biological, cultural, and environmental factors including intersections of race, social class, and sexuality as influences gender behavior.

    Cross-listed Course: WGST 207

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    ANTH 209 - Introduction to Folklore

    Credits: 3

    Folk expression as shaped by various cultures; fieldwork methodology and anthropological theory.

  
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    ANTH 236 - Cultures of Africa

    Credits: 3

    A comparative study of ethnographic data on African cultures with emphasis upon its significance for broader anthropological theory.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ANTH 317 - American Indian Nations

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to contemporary American Indian nations through exploration of ethnographic research on economic, political, legal, and cultural issues facing Indian Country.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ANTH 319 - Principles of Archaeology

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to principles, methods, and theory of archaeology, including prehistoric and historic case studies.

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Anthropology, BA

  
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    ANTH 320 - Archaeology Theory

    Credits: 3

    This course charts the history of ideas in archaeology, over the past century, as a means of understanding current directions in archaeological thinking and current applications in archaeological practice.

    Prerequisites: ANTH 319

  
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    ANTH 321 - South Carolina Archaeology

    Credits: 3

    Prehistoric and historic archaeology of South Carolina.

  
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    ANTH 353 - Anthropology of Law and Conflict

    Credits: 3

    Understanding human behavior through the examination of cultural norms, mechanisms of social control, and social conflict.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ARTE 101 - Introduction to Art

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to art appreciation. Elements and principles of the visual arts, with examples from the history of art.

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ARTE 260 - Interdisciplinary Relationships in the Arts

    Credits: 3

    The study of relationships among visual arts, music, theatre, and dance.

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ARTH 105 - History of Western Art I

    Credits: 3

    The visual arts from Paleolithic times to the Renaissance.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ARTH 106 - History of Western Art II

    Credits: 3

    The visual arts from the Renaissance to the present.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

  
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    ARTH 340 - History of American Art I

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the history of art in America from colonial times to 1860.

  
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    ARTH 341 - History of American Art II

    Credits: 3

    A survey of art in America from 1860 to the present.

  
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    ARTH 342 - Contemporary American Art

    Credits: 3

    Recent trends in painting and sculpture.

  
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    ARTS 102 - Introduction to Visual Arts Computing

    Credits: 3

    A foundations level course in the use of personal computers and discipline-related software as aids in visual design.

  
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    ARTS 103 - Fundamentals of Art

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to visual thinking and principles of two-dimensional design.

    Note: Carolina Code: AIU

  
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    ARTS 104 - 3-Dimensional Design I

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to visual thinking and principles of three-dimensional design.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    ARTS 107 - Color and Composition

    Credits: 3

    Color, color theory, and compositional systems.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 103

  
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    ARTS 108 - 3-Dimensional Design II

    Credits: 3

    A further explanation of the principles of three-dimensional design.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 104

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    ARTS 111 - Basic Drawing I

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the materials and basic techniques of drawing.

  
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    ARTS 112 - Basic Drawing II

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the materials and basic techniques of drawing.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 111

  
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    ARTS 210 - Introduction to Painting

    Credits: 3

    An introductory course in the materials and techniques of painting.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

  
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    ARTS 220 - Beginning Ceramics

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to the materials and techniques of ceramics through hand-building and throwing on the wheel.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 104

  
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    ARTS 235 - Introduction to Fiber Arts

    Credits: 3

    An introductory course in the materials and processes of fiber arts.

  
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    ARTS 241 - Color for Design

    Credits: 3

    Color theory, systems, and applications in visual communications.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    ARTS 245 - Graphic Design I

    Credits: 3

    The basics of visual communication, including formal issues, fundamental communication principles, image development, and relevant digital applications. Studio art majors and graphic design minors only.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 103

  
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    ARTS 246 - Graphic Design II

    Credits: 3

    Continuation of ARTS 245, with the addition of typography and word/image relationships. Relevant digital applications. Studio art majors and graphic design minors only.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 107 and ARTS 245

  
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    ARTS 260 - Photography for Non-Majors

    Credits: 3

    Photographic history, theory, and practice with emphasis on developing a personal vision through the use of digital still cameras.

  
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    ARTS 330 - Intermediate Drawing I

    Credits: 3

    Enhancing graphic richness in drawings with intellectual and visual perception as content.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 103, ARTS 104, ARTS 111, ARTS 112, or consent of instructor

  
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    ARTS 331 - Intermediate Drawing II

    Credits: 3

    Contemporary cultural stimuli as the content for drawing projects. Emphasis on intellectual and emotive approaches.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 330

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Art Studio, BA

  
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    ARTS 512 - Introduction to Watercolor

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to traditional and experimental transparent watercolor technique. Encompasses field work at off campus locations.

  
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    ARTS 520 - Ceramics I

    Credits: 6

    Further development of a personal approach to the ceramic process, supported by an investigation of ceramic history.

    Prerequisites: ARTS 421 or consent of instructor

    Note: Restricted to: Undergraduates only

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Art Studio, BFA

  
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    BIOL 101 - Biological Principles I

    Credits: 3

    Introductory survey of macromolecules, cell structure and function, genetics, and molecular biology.

    Corequisite: BIOL 101L

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 101A - Biological Principles I

    Credits: 3

    Introductory survey of macromolecules, cell structure and function, genetics, and molecular biology.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 101L Restricted to students who have credit for BIOL 101L but lack the lecture.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week

  
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    BIOL 101L - Biological Principles I Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    (Recommended concurrent with BIOL 101). Experimental examination of basic principles of cell biology, genetics and metabolism.

    Note: Three hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 102 - Biological Principles II

    Credits: 3

    Introductory survey of plant and animal development, physiology, ecology, and evolution.

    Corequisite: BIOL 102L

    Prerequisites: grade of C or better in BIOL 101 and BIOL 101L

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Restricted to students who have credit for BIOL 102L but lack the lecture.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 102L - Biological Principles II Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Experimental examination of structure and function of plant and animal systems, biodiversity, ecology.

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in BIOL 101 and BIOL 101L; recommended concurrent with BIOL 102.

    Note: Three hours per week.

    BIOL 101, 102, 101L and 102L must be completed prior to enrolling in 300-level or above Biology courses

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 110 - General Biology

    Credits: 4

    Basic biological concepts and issues for non-biology majors. Credit may not be given for both this course and BIOL 120.

    Note: Three lecture, two laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 120 - Human Biology

    Credits: 3

    Fundamental principles of human biology. Credit may not be given for both BIOL 110 and BIOL 120.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week. Not for major credit.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 120L - Laboratory in Human Biology

    Credits: 1

    Exercises dealing with basic concepts of human biology. Not for major credit.

    Corequisite: BIOL 120

    Prerequisites: BIOL 120

    Note: Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 200 - Plant Science

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to plant science for the non-major. This course does not carry major credit, and is not designed as a prerequisite for other biology courses. Plant development, physiology, genetics, evolution, and ecology will be considered.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 200L - Plant Science Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Laboratory exercises, demonstrations, and audio-visual supplements to BIOL 200. Not for major credit.

    Corequisite: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 200

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 200

    Note: Two hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 206 - Genetics and Society

    Credits: 3

    (Designed for non-major students.) Genetic principles, emphasizing human heredity. Relevance of recent advances in genetics.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 243 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I

    Credits: 3

    Functional anatomy and physiology of the human body, including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Not available for biology major credit.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 243L - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    The principles of anatomy and physiology as demonstrated by microscopic studies, animal dissection, and physiological experiments.

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 243

    Note: One three-hour laboratory per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 244 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II

    Credits: 3

    Functional anatomy and physiology of the human body, including the cardiovascular, endocrine, excretory, reproductive, digestive, and respiratory systems. Not available for biology major credit.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 243

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 244L - Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    A continuation of BIOL 243L.

    Corequisite: BIOL 244

    Note: One three-hour laboratory per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 250 - Microbiology

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to bacteria and viruses, emphasizing structure, metabolism, and pathogenesis. Discussion of infectious diseases, antigen-antibody relationships, and anti-microbial agents in chemotherapy. Not available for biology major credit

    Corequisite: BIOL 250L

    Prerequisites: college-level biology and chemistry

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 250L - Microbiology Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Not available for biology major credit.

    Corequisite: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 250

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 250

    Note: Three hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 260 - Physiology

    Credits: 3

    Physiology of human systems especially susceptible to disturbance: immunobiology, circulation, excretion, metabolism, endocrinology, and muscle physiology. Not for biology major credit. Intended for pharmacy students.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 102

  
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    BIOL 270 - Introduction to Environmental Biology

    Credits: 3

    Basic ecological principles and the impacts of human population growth and technology. Not for major credit.

    Note: Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 270L - Introduction to Environmental Biology Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Demonstrations, data analyses, discussions, and films relating to human ecology, resource use, and environmental impact. Not for major credit

    Corequisite: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 270

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 270

    Note: Two hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 301 - Ecology and Evolution

    Credits: 3

    Concepts of evolution, populations, and population interactions; communities and ecosystems

    Prerequisites: BIOL 102 or MSCI 311

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Biological Sciences, BS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    BIOL 301L - Ecology and Evolution Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Experiments, exercises, and demonstrations.

    Corequisite: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 301

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 301

    Note: Three hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 302 - Cell and Molecular Biology

    Credits: 3

    Principles of eukaryotic cell structure, molecular organization, and physiology. Genome organization and expression. Cell growth, division, and cell-cell interactions.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    CHEM 333

    Prerequisites: BIOL 102 or MSCI 311 

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Biological Sciences, BS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    BIOL 302L - Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Experiments, exercises, and demonstrations.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    BIOL 302

    Note: Three hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 303 - Fundamental Genetics

    Credits: 3

    Basic principles of transmission and molecular genetics; quantitative inheritance; recombination; biochemical aspects of gene function and regulation; developmental genetics and population genetics.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 102 or MSCI 311

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Biological Sciences, BS

  
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    BIOL 398 - Laboratory Teaching Experience

    Credits: 1

    Participation in preparation and teaching of undergraduate biological sciences laboratories.

    Prerequisites: Department permission

  
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    CHEM 102 - Fundamental Chemistry II

    Credits: 4

    An introductory survey of organic and biochemistry.

    Prerequisites: 1 year high-school chemistry, CHEM 101, 111, or equivalent

    Note: Three lecture, one recitation, and two laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    CHEM 105 - Chemistry and Modern Society I

    Credits: 4

    A conceptual and qualitative approach to chemistry, its evolution, achievements, and goals and its impact on technology, the environment, and modern life and thought. (Specifically designed for non-science majors.)

    Note: Three lecture and three laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    CHEM 106 - Chemistry and Modern Society II

    Credits: 3

    A continuation of Chemistry 105.

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or higher in CHEM 105

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 106L - Chemistry and Modern Society II Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Laboratory associated with CHEM 106.

    Corequisite: CHEM 106 (unless a grade of C or higher earned previously)

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or higher in CHEM 105

    Note: Three hours of laboratory per week.

  
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    CHEM 107 - Forensic Chemistry

    Credits: 4

    Surveys chemical aspects of criminal investigation and adjudication including drug, arson, DNA, paint, and fiber identification.

    Note: Three lecture and three laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    CHEM 111 - General Chemistry I

    Credits: 3

    Survey of the principles that underlie all chemistry with applications illustrating these principles.

    Corequisite: CHEM 111L (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 111L earned previously)

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or higher in MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math (or by placement score into MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math)

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    CHEM 112 - General Chemistry II

    Credits: 3

    Continuation of CHEM 111. Special emphasis on chemical equilibrium.

    Corequisite: MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher MATH and CHEM 112L

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or higher in CHEM 111 or CHEM 141 and a grade of C or higher in MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math.

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 118 - Computational Chemistry I

    Credits: 1

    Introduction to the use of computers in solving chemical problems.

    Corequisite: CHEM 112 and CHEM 112L or CHEM 142 (unless a grade of C or higher earned previously)

    Note: One discussion and two laboratory hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 321 - Quantitative Analysis

    Credits: 3

    Gravimetric, volumetric, and introductory instrumental analysis.

    Corequisite: CHEM 321L

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in CHEM 112 and CHEM 112L or in CHEM 142

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 321L - Quantitative Analysis Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Corequisite: CHEM 321

    Note: Three laboratory hours per week.

    Credit cannot be received for both CHEM 321L and CHEM 322L

  
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    CHEM 331L - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

    Credits: 1

    Laboratory safety, syntheses, separation, and purification of carbon compounds. For non-majors.

    Corequisite: CHEM 333 (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 333 earned previously)

  
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    CHEM 332L - Essentials of Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

    Credits: 1

    Continuation of CHEM 331L. Spectroscopic identification of carbon compounds. For non-majors.

    Corequisite: CHEM 334 (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 334 earned previously)

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or higher in CHEM 331L

    Note: Three lab hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 333 - Organic Chemistry I

    Credits: 3

    Contemporary theories, nomenclature, reactions, mechanisms, and syntheses of carbon compounds.

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in CHEM 112 or in CHEM 142

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 333L - Comprehensive Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

    Credits: 2

    Laboratory safety, synthesis, separation, and purification of carbon compounds. Required for chemistry majors.

    Corequisite:

    CHEM 333 (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 333 earned previously)

    Note: Six laboratory hours per week.

    Restricted to: Chemistry, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering majors

  
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    CHEM 334 - Organic Chemistry II

    Credits: 3

    Continuation of CHEM 333.

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in CHEM 333

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 334L - Comprehensive Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

    Credits: 2

    Continuation of CHEM 333L. Spectroscopic identification of carbon compounds. Required for chemistry majors.

    Corequisite:

    CHEM 334 (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 334 earned previously)

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in CHEM 333L

    Note: Six laboratory hours per week.

    Restricted to: Chemistry, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering majors

  
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    CRJU 101 - The American Criminal Justice System

    Credits: 3

    Survey of crime and societal responses to crime, including law enforcement, courts, corrections, and the juvenile justice system.

    Note: Carolina Core GSS

  
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    CRJU 202 - Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the practice of social research in criminology and criminal justice settings.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    CRJU 311 - Policing

    Credits: 3

    Current and historical perspectives on American policing.

  
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    CRJU 312 - Corrections

    Credits: 3

    Current and historical perspectives on incarceration and its alternatives.

  
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    CRJU 313 - Criminal Courts

    Credits: 3

    Structure and organization of the federal and state criminal court systems and personnel.

  
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    CRJU 314 - Criminal Law

    Credits: 3

    Origin and development of criminal law in America. Basic elements of crimes and defenses.

  
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    CRJU 323 - Violence in America

    Credits: 3

    Historical overview of violence in American society, including theoretical perspectives on the causes and prevention of violence.

  
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    CRJU 341 - Sociology of Crime

    Credits: 3

    Social factors in the development, identification, and treatment of criminals.

    Cross-listed Course: SOCY 353

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    CRJU 351 - Juvenile Delinquency

    Credits: 3

    Social factors in the development, identification, and treatment of delinquents.

    Cross-listed Course: SOCY 350

    Prerequisites: CRJU 101 or SOCY 101

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    CRJU 399 - Independent Study

    Credits: 1-6

    Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and Office of Academic Programs is required for undergraduate students.

    Prerequisites: consent of instructor

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    CRJU 421 - Victimization

    Credits: 3

    Causes and consequences of criminal victimization and public policy responses to victimization issues.

  
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    CRJU 423 - Street Gangs: Structure, Activity, and Response

    Credits: 3

    Course covers the theoretical and empirical work on gangs, gang members, and gang activity along with insight on these issues from a practitioner perspective. It then examines the variety of policy responses from government and community organizations.

  
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    CRJU 426 - Criminal Justice and Mental Health

    Credits: 3

    Interface between the mental health sciences and the criminal justice system.

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Criminology and Criminal Justice, B.A.

  
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    CRJU 491 - Special Topics

    Credits: 3

    Topics in criminology and criminal justice. Individual topics to be announced with suffix and title.

    Note: May be repeated once with consent of advisor.

  
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    CSCE 101 - Introduction to Computer Concepts

    Credits: 3

    History, application, and social impact of computers; problem-solving, algorithm development, applications software, and programming in a procedural language.

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

    Open to all majors.

 

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