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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin
Lancaster Campus
   
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
  
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Course Descriptions

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    CSCE 102 - General Applications Programming

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to systematic computer problem-solving and programming for a variety of applications.

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

    Open to all majors.

  
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    CSCE 145 - Algorithmic Design I

    Credits: 4

    Problem-solving, algorithmic design, and programming.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    MATH 111 or MATH 115

    Note: Two lecture hours and two laboratories each of two hours per week. Open to all majors.

    Carolina Core ARP

  
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    CSCE 146 - Algorithmic Design II

    Credits: 4

    Continuation of CSCE 145. Rigorous development of algorithms and computer programs; elementary data structures.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    MATH 122 or MATH 141

    Prerequisites: C or better in CSCE 145 

    Note: Three lecture hours and two laboratory hours per week. Open to all majors.

  
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    CSCE 190 - Computing in the Modern World

    Credits: 1

    An introduction to the field of computing: trends in computing technology, the profession, and careers; subdisciplines in computing; the nature of research and development.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    CSCE 145, 204, 205, 206 or equivalent

    Note: Open to all majors. Not auditable.

  
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    CSCE 201 - Introduction to Computer Security

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the theory and practice of computer security, including security policies, authentification, digital certificates, firewalls, malicious code, legal and ethical issues, and incident handling.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    CSCE 101 or CSCE 102 or CSCE 145

    Note: Not auditable.

  
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    CSCE 204 - Program Design and Development

    Credits: 3

    Fundamental algorithms and processes used in business information systems. Development and representation of programming logic. Introduction to implementation using a high-level programming language.

    Cross-listed Course: MGSC 298

    Prerequisites: CSCE 101 or MGSC 290 or ITEC 264

  
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    CSCE 205 - Business Applications Programming

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to computer applications in business. Programming exercises in COBOL.

    Prerequisites: MGSC 290 or CSCE 101 or above

  
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    CSCE 206 - Scientific Applications Programming

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to computer applications in science and engineering. Programming exercises in a high-level language.

    Prerequisites: MATH 122 or 141

    Note: Open to all majors.

  
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    CSCE 207 - UNIX System Administration

    Credits: 3

    The Unix programming environment: I/O programming, Unix processes, fork, exec, pipes and signals, and tools.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 145 or 206

    Note: Open to all majors.

  
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    CSCE 209 - Special Topics in Computer Programming

    Credits: 1-3

    Programming and application development using selected programming languages. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by suffix and title.

  
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    CSCE 210 - Computer Hardware Foundations

    Credits: 3

    Number representation, data formats, CPU and memory organization, assembly language, I/O and peripherals, computer networks.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 145, 204, 205, 206, or 207

  
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    CSCE 211 - Digital Logic Design

    Credits: 3

    Number systems, Boolean algebra, logic design, sequential machines.

    Prerequisites: MATH 141

  
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    CSCE 212 - Introduction to Computer Architecture

    Credits: 3

    Computer architecture, components. and organization; memory addressing; Input/Output; instruction sets; interrupts; assembly-language programming.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 211 and either 145 or 206

  
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    CSCE 215 - UNIX/Linux Fundamentals

    Credits: 1

    UNIX operating system, user-level system commands, and programming tools. UNIX scripting languages.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 145

  
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    CSCE 240 - Introduction to Software Engineering

    Credits: 3

    Fundamentals of software design and development; software implementation strategies; object-oriented design techniques; ethics in software development.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 215, grade of C or better in CSCE 146

  
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    CSCE 245 - Object-Oriented Programming Techniques

    Credits: 3

    Advanced object-oriented concepts and techniques; multiple inheritance; memory management; operator overloading; polymorphism; performance issues.

    Prerequisites: grade of C or better in CSCE 146

  
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    ECON 123 - The American Economy

    Credits: 3

    Basic concepts, institutional foundations, structure of the private and public sector, labor markets; major economic problems.

  
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    ECON 221 - Principles of Microeconomics

    Credits: 3

    The study of supply and demand, pricing and cost concepts, firm and consumer decision-making, market structure, and government policies.

  
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    ECON 222 - Principles of Macroeconomics

    Credits: 3

    The study of gross domestic product, business cycles, economic growth, inflation, unemployment, and monetary and fiscal policy.

  
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    ECON 224 - Introduction to Economics

    Credits: 3

    The study of supply and demand, markets, household and firm decision-making, gross domestic product, inflation, unemployment, and government policies. Open to all students except business administration and economics majors.

  
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    ECON 301 - Money and Banking

    Credits: 3

    The role of money in the market economy. Commercial banks, the Federal Reserve System, and monetary policy.

    Cross-listed Course: FINA 301

    Prerequisites: ECON 221 and 222, or ECON 224

  
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    ECON 311 - Issues in Economics

    Credits: 3

    The nature and causes of major economic problems facing the nation and its communities, and policy alternatives designed to solve them. The philosophy and methodology of economics in social problem solving.

    Prerequisites: ECON 221 and 222, or ECON 224 Business Administration Minor: ECON 224

  
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    ECON 329 - American Economic History

    Credits: 3

    Growth and development of the American economy; applications of economic theory to economic history.

    Prerequisites: ECON 221 and 222, or ECON 224

  
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    ECON 364 - Financial Institutions

    Credits: 3

    A study of the functions and operations of financial institutions and their relationships to the commercial banking system and the general economy. Attention is devoted to savings institutions, insurance companies, rural and urban real estate credit, consumer credit, and associated topics.

    Cross-listed Course: FINA 364

    Prerequisites: ECON 221 and 222, or ECON 224

  
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    EDEC 250 - Play and Early Learning

    Credits: 3

    Theory and practice related to children’s play and early learning in family, community, and educational settings.

  
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    EDFI 300 - Schools In Communities

    Credits: 3

    Social, political, and historical aspects of diverse educational institutions in American culture with an emphasis on families, schools, and communities.

    Prerequisites: Sophomore standing

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Community Service

  
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    EDPY 333 - Introduction to Child Growth and Development

    Credits: 3

    Basic course designed to familiarize the prospective teacher with the patterns of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of the individual. Development of these growth patterns from the prenatal stage to the onset of adolescence.

  
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    EDPY 334 - Introduction to Adolescent Growth and Development

    Credits: 3

    Basic course designed to familiarize the prospective junior and senior high school teacher with the pattern of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of the individual during his adolescent years. Recommendation of the advisor(s) required.

  
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    EDPY 335 - Introduction to Educational Psychology

    Credits: 3

    Applications of the psychology of learning and development. Special attention to basic statistics and the behavior of the school child.

  
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    EDPY 401 - Learners and the Diversity of Learning

    Credits: 3

    Overview of psychological theories and research as it applies to education, including theories of learning, child and adolescent development, cognitive processes, classroom practices, individual differences/student diversity, and motivation.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    EDSE 302 - Teachers and Teaching

    Credits: 3

    Teaching as reflective and ethical practice. Professional standards, teacher leadership and school change, and various roles of professional educators.

  
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    ENCP 101 - Introduction to Engineering I

    Credits: 3

    Engineering problem solving using computers and other engineering tools.

  
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    ENCP 102 - Introduction to Engineering II

    Credits: 3

    Principles and practice of visualization and graphical representation using modern computer-aided design tools.

  
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    ENCP 200 - Statics

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the principles of mechanics. Equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies. Distributed forces, centroids, and centers of gravity. Moments of inertia of areas. Analysis of simple structures and machines. A study of various types of friction.

    Prerequisites: MATH 141

  
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    ENCP 210 - Dynamics

    Credits: 3

    Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies. Kinetics of particles with emphasis on Newton’s second law; energy and momentum methods for the solution of problems. Applications of plane motion of rigid bodies.

    Prerequisites: ENCP 200 or ECIV 200 or EMCH 200

  
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    ENGL 101 - Critical Reading and Composition

    Credits: 3

    Instruction in strategies for critically reading and analyzing literature and non-literary texts; structured, sustained practice in composing expository and analytical essays.

    Note: Carolina Core CMW

  
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    ENGL 102 - Rhetoric and Composition

    Credits: 3

    Instruction and intensive practice in researching, analyzing, and composing written arguments about academic and public issues.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 with a grade of “C” or better, or equivalent credit

    Note: Overlay Course
    Carolina Core: CMW
    Carolina Core: INF

  
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    ENGL 270 - World Literature

    Credits: 3

    Selected masterpieces of world literature from antiquity to present.

    Cross-listed Course: CPLT 270

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ENGL 282 - Special Topics in Fiction

    Credits: 3

    Special topics in fiction from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre. Maybe repeated for credit. Content varies by title and semester.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 283 - Special Topics in British Literature

    Credits: 3

    Special topics in British literature exemplifying persistent themes of British culture. May be repeated for credit. Content varies by title and semester.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ENGL 284 - Drama

    Credits: 3

    Drama from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 285 - Special Topics in American Literature

    Credits: 3

    Special topics in American literature exemplifying persistent themes of American culture. May be repeated for credit. Content varies by title and semester.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 286 - Poetry

    Credits: 3

    Poetry from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 287 - American Literature

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to American literary history, emphasizing the analysis of literary texts, the development of literary traditions over time, the emergence of new genres and forms, and the writing of successful essays about literature. Designed for English majors.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 288 - English Literature

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to English literary history, emphasizing the analysis of literary texts, the development of literary traditions over time, the emergence of new genres and forms, and the writing of successful essays about literature. Designed for English majors.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 381 - The Renaissance

    Credits: 3

    Literature of the Renaissance, in its cultural contexts, explored through representative works.

    Cross-listed Course: CPLT 381

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 382 - The Enlightenment

    Credits: 3

    Literature of the Enlightenment in its cultural contexts, explored through representative works.

    Cross-listed Course: CPLT 382

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 384 - Realism

    Credits: 3

    Literature of Realism in its cultural contexts, explored through representative works.

    Cross-listed Course: CPLT 384

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 387 - Introduction to Rhetoric

    Credits: 3

    Theories of human communication useful for understanding and informing the everyday work of writers. Emphasis on intensive analysis and writing.

    Cross-listed Course: SPCH 387

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ENGL 427 - Southern Literature

    Credits: 3

    Representative works of Southern writers.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 429 - Topics in American Literature

    Credits: 3

    Intensive study of selected topics. May be repeated for credit under a different suffix.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 435 - The Short Story

    Credits: 3

    The characteristics of the short story and its historical development in America and Europe.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 437 - Women Writers

    Credits: 3

    Representative works written by women.

    Cross-listed Course: WGST 437

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 438A - South Carolina Writers

    Credits: 3

    Authors and literary forms representative of South Carolina.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 460 - Advanced Writing

    Credits: 3

    Extensive practice in different types of nonfiction writing.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 463 - Business Writing

    Credits: 3

    Extensive practice in different types of business writing, from brief letters to formal articles and reports.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement
    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    ENGL 465 - Fiction Workshop

    Credits: 3

    Workshop in writing fiction for students who have successfully completed ENGL 360.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    EXSC 191 - Physical Activity and Health

    Credits: 3

    Concepts of exercise, nutrition, behavior changes, and skills to promote lifelong physical activity and health.

  
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    EXSC 223 - Anatomy and Physiology I

    Credits: 3

    The structure and functions of the human body: tissues, integument, skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and reproductive systems, and regulation of eating and metabolism.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 102; BIOL 102; CHEM 111; MATH 122 or 141

  
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    EXSC 224 - Anatomy and Physiology II

    Credits: 3

    The structure and functions of the human body: nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, immune, urinary, and endocrine systems.

    Prerequisites: Completion of EXSC 223 and 223L with a “C” or better.

  
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    EXSC 343 - Practicum in Exercise Science

    Credits: 1-3

    Supervised practicum in a research or clinical setting for scientific-foundations track.

    Prerequisites: EXSC 223, 224

    Note: Departmental special permission required.

  
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    EXSC 395 - Research Seminar in Exercise Science

    Credits: 3

    The research process in exercise science; participation in, presentation and discussion of current research.

    Prerequisites: EXSC 223, 224

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    EXSC 499 - Independent Study

    Credits: 1-3

    Enrollment and topic to be approved in advance by advisor and instructor.

    Prerequisites: EXSC 223, 224 or consent of instructor

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    FAMS 240 - Introduction to Film and Media Studies

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to the critical study of film and media. Students will closely analyze moving images and develop written arguments about film and media.

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    FINA 301 - Money and Banking

    Credits: 3

    The role of money in the market economy. Commercial banks, the Federal Reserve System, and monetary policy.

    Cross-listed Course: ECON 301

  
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    FINA 341 - Management of Risk and Insurance

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to decision making under uncertainty and overview of how carious markets allow individuals and organizations to diversify risk. Includes measurement of risk, behavioral bias in decision making under uncertainty, diversification of risk, the role of capital in ensuring performance, moral hazard, adverse selection, insurance pricing, and applications to public policy issues such as health care, catastrophe risk, and safety regulation.

    Corequisite: FINA 363

    Prerequisites: FINA 363

    Note: Effective: Fall 2012

  
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    FINA 363 - Introduction to Finance

    Credits: 3

    Basic concepts of finance related to decision making.

    Cross-listed Course: ECON 363

    Prerequisites: ECON 221, ACCT 225, and 3 hours of statistics at the 200-level

  
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    FINA 364 - Financial Institutions

    Credits: 3

    A study of the functions and operations of financial institutions and their relationships to the commercial banking system and the general economy. Attention is devoted to savings institutions, insurance companies, rural and urban real estate credit, consumer credit, and associated topics.

    Cross-listed Course: ECON 364

  
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    FINA 366 - Introduction to Real Estate and Urban Development

    Credits: 3

    Real estate analysis and administration; basic principles, concepts, terminology, and institutional factors related to real estate decisions in the urban environment. This course fulfills a pre-examination requirement of the South Carolina Real Estate licensing law (30-hour approved course).

    Prerequisites: FINA 363

  
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    FINA 369 - Personal Finance

    Credits: 3

    Life insurance, health insurance, wills, trusts, Social Security, stocks, bonds, real estate, mutual funds, and other uses of funds.

  
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    FINA 467 - Real Estate Finance

    Credits: 3

    The nature and importance of credit in real estate development and operations; legal framework, sources of mortgage funds, role of public and private financial institutions.

    Prerequisites: FINA 366 or FINA 469

  
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    FREN 109 - Beginning French I

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to grammar and practical vocabulary necessary for fundamental communication skills.

    Note: Admission to FREN 109 restricted to those who have never studied French, who have not studied French in the previous five years, or who have a score of F-1 on the placement test.

    Carolina Core: GFL

  
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    FREN 110 - Beginning French II

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to grammar and practical vocabulary necessary for fundamental communication skills.

    Prerequisites: FREN 109

    Note: Admission to 110 restricted to those who have completed FREN 109. Credit may be received only for one of the following: 109/110 or 121.

    Carolina Core: GFL

  
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    FREN 121 - Elementary French

    Credits: 4

    Grammar and vocabulary necessary for fundamental communication skills.

    Note: Assumes prior experience in French. Admission to FREN 121 restricted to those who have a score of F-2 on the placement test. Credit may be received for only one of the following: FREN 109/100 or 121.

    Carolina Core: GFL

  
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    FREN 122 - Basic Proficiency in French

    Credits: 3

    Practice and further development of essential listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.

    Prerequisites: FREN 110, 121 or placement score of F-3

    Note: Admission either by placement score of F-3 or by successful completion of FREN 110 or 121.

    Carolina Core: GFL

  
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    GEOL 101 - Introduction to the Earth

    Credits: 4

    Origin and nature of the earth with emphasis on internal processes and phenomena such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and mountain building; surface processes, including landform evolution.

    Note: Three lectures and three laboratory hours each week.

    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    GEOL 102 - Fossils and the Evolution of Life on Earth

    Credits: 4

    Basic overview of fossils, including dinosaurs, and their importance for understanding earth history and the evolution of life.

    Note: Three lectures and three laboratory hours each week.

  
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    GEOL 103 - Environment of the Earth

    Credits: 4

    Analysis of basic energy cycles of the earth. Interaction of human activity with earth processes to affect the environment.

    Note: Three lectures and three laboratory hours each week. Field trips required.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    GEOL 110 - Cultural Geology

    Credits: 3

    The growth of geological concepts, scientific and non-scientific. The impact of geological factors on human affairs. The role of time and evolution (biological and physical). Restricted to non-science majors.

    Note: Carolina Core SCI

  
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    HIST 101 - European Civilization from Ancient Times to the Mid-17th Century

    Credits: 3

    The rise and development of European civilization from its Mediterranean origins through the Renaissance and Reformation.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 102 - European Civilization from the Mid-17th Century

    Credits: 3

    European development and expansion from the mid-17th century to the present.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 109 - Introduction to Latin American Civilization

    Credits: 3

    A discussion of the political, cultural, and economic forces which have conditioned the development of institutions and ideas in Spanish and Portuguese America.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 111 - United States History to 1865

    Credits: 3

    A general survey of the United States from the era of discovery to 1865, emphasizing major political, economic, social, and intellectual developments.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 112 - United States History since 1865

    Credits: 3

    A general survey of the United States from 1865 to the present, emphasizing major political, economic, social, and intellectual developments. Honors sections are available for students in the honors program.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 312 - French Revolution and Napoleon

    Credits: 3

    The changes in France and Europe during the revolutionary decade, the rise of Napoleon, and the establishment of French hegemony over the Continent.

  
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    HIST 316 - Nineteenth-Century Europe

    Credits: 3

    Political, social, economic, and intellectual developments from 1815-1900, which brought European culture to its zenith and contributed to Europe’s global domination.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 317 - Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II

    Credits: 3

    The Great War, revolution, and reconstruction; the rise of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes and the coming of World War II.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 318 - Europe from World War II to the Present

    Credits: 3

    The Second World War and its origins; the Cold War; European recovery; a divided continent and Europe in the Global Era.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 320 - The History of Great Britain

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, social, economic, and cultural development of the British Isles from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. First semester: to the Restoration of 1660; second semester: since 1660.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 321 - The History of Great Britain

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, social, economic, and cultural development of the British Isles from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. First semester: to the Restoration of 1660; second semester: since 1660.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 404 - Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877

    Credits: 3

    The political, military, and social history of the War and the reorganization which followed.

  
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    HIST 405 - The Rise of Industrial America, 1877-1917

    Credits: 3

    A survey of recent United States history with emphasis on the economic, social, and literary developments from 1877 to 1917.

  
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    HIST 406 - The United States and a World at War, 1917-1945

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural developments of the period.

  
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    HIST 407 - United States History Since 1945

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural developments in the period after World War II.

  
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    HIST 410 - History of South Carolina Since 1865

    Credits: 3

    A survey of recent South Carolina history with emphasis on social and institutional development.

  
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    HIST 413 - History of Canada

    Credits: 3

    A survey of Canadian development from colony to modern nation.

  
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    HIST 442 - The Old South

    Credits: 3

    Development of Southern society and of the forces that made the South a distinctive section of the United States.

  
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    HIST 443 - The New South

    Credits: 3

    Reconstruction, the Bourbon era, agrarian revolt, industrial revolution, racial problems, and the changes resulting from the impact of two world wars and the New Deal (1865-1946).

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    HIST 449 - American Popular Culture Since 1890

    Credits: 3

    A history of the contributions of the popular aspects of American culture and their interactions with American institutions.

  
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    HPEB 321 - Personal and Community Health

    Credits: 3

    Psychosocial health, stress management, leading infectious and noninfectious diseases, nutrition, physical fitness, sexuality, consumer health and health care access, environmental health, aging, and death.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

 

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