Courses Approved by Academic Affairs in the

2014-2015 Academic Year

 

The following is a summary of new courses and/or existing course changes approved by the Committee on Academic Affairs during the 2014-2015 academic year.  Course descriptions for these courses will be available in PeopleSoft one week after date of approval.

 

 

 

Approval Date

Course

Title

Notes

Instructor

01-26-2015

AMST 101

Myths and Paradoxes

 

Staff

01-26-2015

AMST 360

Art, Memory, and Cultural Power of Place

 

E Belanger

09-29-2014

ANTH 214

Rethinking Families

 

N Rodriguez

09-29-2014

ANTH 302

Borders and Walls

 

N Rodriguez

11-10-2014

ARCS 229/ARTS 229

Drawing on Rome

 

T Aub/G D’Angelo

03-09-2015

ARTH 202

Art Internship: Catalog

 

K Vaughn

03-09-2015

ARTH 203

Art Internship: Exhibition

 

K Vaughn

03-09-2015

ARTH 204

Art Internship: Acquisition

 

K Vaughn

09-29-2014

ARTH 204-99

Art Restoration

 

L Leopardi

01-26-2015

ARTH 218

Gothic , Art,,& Architecture

 

M Tinkler

01-26-2015

ARTH 270

Early Medieval Art

 

M Tinkler

11-10-2014

ARTS 228

La Bella Figura

 

T Aub

09-29-2014

ARTS 266

Intermediate Video

 

C Chin

02-09-2015

ARTS 480

Studio art Senior Seminar

 

Chin, Ruth, and Aub

09-29-2014

ASN 242/HIST 242

Riding with Genghis Khan

 

L Yoshikawa

10-08-2014

BIDS 202

Urban Politics and Education

 

J Rose/ K Hussain

02-09-2015

CHEM 426

Advanced Topics in Chemistry

 

Faculty

09-29-2014

ECON 207

Economics of Education

 

C Houseworth

10-16-2014

ECON 225

Gov’t Economic Policy

 

A Frishman

01-26-2015

EDUC 321

Creating Children’s’ Literature

 

C Temple

09-29-2014

ENG 116

Literature and Politics

 

S Cope

09-29-2014

ENG 249

Contemporary British Fiction

 

Carson/Conroy-Goldman

03-23-2015

ENG 254

19th c. American Poetry

 

A Black

10-01-2014

ENG 338-438

Paradise Lost

 

D Weiss

03-19-2015

ENG 432

Mallory: Morte D’Arthur

 

L Erussard

12-18-2014

ENTR 125

Economic Principles

 

Drennen/Hamilton

12-18-2014

ENTR 201

Quantitative Tools

 

Drenne/Staff

02-16-2015

ENV 210

Qualitative Research & the Community

 

R Lewis

02-16-2015

ENV 309

(Re) Imagining Indigeneity

 

W Mauer

02-09-2015

ENV 312

Energy Governance

 

T Rowse

09-292014

FRE 225

Parlons Francais

 

K Dahouda

09-29-2014

FRNE 285

The Troubadours

 

C Wells

03-09-2015

FSEM 013

Violence in the Sea of Faith

 

S Whitten

03-09-2015

FSEM 069

How We Write Ourselves

 

P Mayshle

10-27-2014

FSEM 109

The Moghals

 

V Yadav

03-09-2015

FSEM 112

Music and Ethics

 

K Walker

03-09-2015

FSEM 143

In search of an Inca

 

F Rodriguez-Mansilla

03-09-2015

FSEM 164

Encountering Difference

 

S Kafrawi

03-23-2015

FSEM 180

The Blue Planet

 

D Finkelstein

02-16-2015

GEO 335

Stable Isotopes in Science

 

D Finkelstein

02-16-2015

GERE 209

Decoding Fairy Tales

 

Sabbatic Replacement

09-29-2014

GERE 212

The Cave of Western Thought

 

Manthripragada

09-29-2014

GERE 213

Border, Nation, Identity

 

Manthripragada

03-09-2015

HIST 209

History of Medieval Women

 

S Whitten

09-29-2014

LGBT 208

Queers in Space

 

T Ben Daniel

10-08-2014

LOND 209

Contemporary Britain

 

R Carson

10-08-2014

MDSC 330

Cultural Mythologies: Frankenstein

 

L Friedman

02-16-2015

PHIL 256

Health Care Policy

 

E Barnes

03-23-2015

PHIL 355

Philosophy of Time

 

L Leininger

10-08-2014

PHY 250/ENV 352

Green Energy

 

S Penn

03-09-2015

PHYS 210

Introduction to Astrophysics

 

S Penn

03-09-2015

PHYS 285

Math Methods

 

S Penn

09-29-2014

POL 213

Politics of China

 

C Sorace

02-23-2015

POL 301

Politics of India

 

V Yadav

02-23-2015

POL 302

Politics of Afghanistan

 

V Yadav

09-29-2014

RCOL 103

Banned Books

 

Ashdown

09-29-2014

RCOL 104

HWS Leads: Leadership Theory 1

 

A Forbes/K O’Brien

09-29-2014

RCOL 105

HWS Leads: Leadership Theory 2

 

A Forbes/K O’Brien

09-29-2014

RCOL 106

HWS Leads: Public Speaking

 

K O’Brien

11-24-2014

RCOL 112

Continuing the Journey

 

T D’Agostino

10-16-2014

RCOL 117

Roots & Shoots

 

N Arens

11-10-2014

RCOL 118

Russia and Siberia

 

Galloway

02-16-2015

RCOL 122

Contemporary Britain

 

R Carson

10-16-2014

RCOL 190

Spanish Conversation

 

A Llosa

10-20-2014

RUSE 116-99

Siberian Culture

 

D Galloway

10-20-2014

SOC 203-99

Social Entrepreneur-Panama

 

J Harris

11-17-2014

SOC 401

Pro Present

 

Freeman/Monson/Perkins/Sutton

10-16-2014

WMST 222

African Women’s Literature

 

A Sizemore-Barber

02-17-2015

WRRH 315

The Rhetoric of Memory

 

P Mayshle

02-09-2015

WRRH 331

Advanced Style Seminar

 

M Werner