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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

Course Descriptions


A typical course description in the Undergraduate Bulletin appears like this:

LIT 273 American Multicultural Literature  

The three digits of the course codes refer to the course level. Undergraduate courses are those numbered from 100 to 499. All numbers above that are for graduate credit.The 100 series is primarily for freshmen; 200 – sophomores; 300 – juniors; and 400 – seniors.

Course Planning Information

Information included with the course description helps you as you plan your course schedules. General Education (Gen Ed), Racial and Ethnic Studies (RES), Global Perspective (GLP), repeatability, and terms offered (if known) are indicated.

The terms indicated serve only as a general guide and do not guarantee that a course will be offered during a particular semester. Verify availability of a course in any given term by checking the online Open Courses listing or through Access Stout when planning your schedule.

 

English as a Second Language Institute

   •  ESLI-32B Fluency Development II
   •  ESLI-40A High Intermediate ESL Listening and Speaking Skills I
   •  ESLI-40B High Intermediate ESL Listening and Speaking Skills II
   •  ESLI-41A High Intermediate ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills I
   •  ESLI-41B High Intermediate ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills II
   •  ESLI-42A High Intermediate Current Events
   •  ESLI-42B High Intermediate Current Events II
   •  ESLI-43A Intensive Writing and Editing Skill Development I
   •  ESLI-43B Intensive Writing and Editing Skill Development II
   •  ESLI-50A Low Advanced ESL Listening and Speaking Skills I
   •  ESLI-50B Low Advanced ESL Listening and Speaking Skills II
   •  ESLI-51A Low Advanced ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills I
   •  ESLI-51B Low Advanced ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills II
   •  ESLI-52A Writing, Revising and Editing Workshop I
   •  ESLI-52B Writing, Revising and Editing Workshop II
   •  ESLI-56A Advanced Project-Based Course I
   •  ESLI-56B Advanced Project-Based Course II
   •  ESLI-60A High Advanced ESL Listening and Speaking Skills I
   •  ESLI-60B High Advanced Listening and Speaking Skills II
   •  ESLI-61A High Advanced ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills I
   •  ESLI-61B High Advanced ESL Reading, Writing and Grammar Skills II
   •  ESLI-62A University Success I
   •  ESLI-62B University Success II

Environmental Science

   •  ENSC-101 Environmental Science Profession
   •  ENSC-349 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  ENSC-398 Field Experience in Environmental Science
   •  ENSC-425 Environmental Science and Sustainability Capstone
   •  ENSC-449 Cooperative Education Experience

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

   •  FCSE-101 Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences Education
   •  FCSE-149 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FCSE-201 Teaching Methods in Family and Consumer Sciences Education
   •  FCSE-249 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FCSE-299 Independent Study
   •  FCSE-300 Externship: Family and Consumer Sciences Community Education
   •  FCSE-303 Family and Consumer Sciences Education in the Middle and Elementary Schools
   •  FCSE-330 Teaching Apparel Construction in Family & Consumer Classroom
   •  FCSE-335 Teaching Textiles in Family & Consumer Sciences Classrooms
   •  FCSE-341 Prestudent Teaching in FCSE Classrooms
   •  FCSE-349 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FCSE-355 Seminar: Emerging Practices and Classroom Management
   •  FCSE-380 Consumer Economics
   •  FCSE-385 Family Housing
   •  FCSE-390 Family and Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
   •  FCSE-397 Field Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences Education
   •  FCSE-448 Student Teaching-Family and Consumer Sciences Education
   •  FCSE-449 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FCSE-451 Family Life Education Programs
   •  FCSE-488 Internship Teaching
   •  FCSE-497 Field Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences Education
   •  FCSE-499 Independent Study

Food and Nutrition

   •  FN-101 Dietetics as a Profession
   •  FN-102 Nutrition for Healthy Living
   •  FN-105 Food Service Sanitation
   •  FN-110 Food Science as a Profession
   •  FN-115 Principles of the Food Industry
   •  FN-123 Science of Food
   •  FN-124 Foods
   •  FN-149 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FN-199 Independent Study
   •  FN-202 Food And Beverage Distribution Industry
   •  FN-207 Medical Terminology
   •  FN-210 Issues and Ethics in Food and Nutrition
   •  FN-212 Nutrition
   •  FN-215 Art and Science of Food
   •  FN-222 Food Technology
   •  FN-225 Spec Topics in Food and Nutrition
   •  FN-236 Nutrition for Young Children
   •  FN-240 Food Science
   •  FN-244 Farm to Fork: Food Issues
   •  FN-249 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FN-260 Menu Planning and Design
   •  FN-299 Independent Study
   •  FN-310 Lifespan Nutrition
   •  FN-312 Nutritional Assessment
   •  FN-320 Advanced Nutrition
   •  FN-325 Special Topics in Food and Nutrition
   •  FN-330 Institutional Menu Planning
   •  FN-342 Advanced Foods
   •  FN-349 Cooperative Education Experience
   •  FN-350 Unit Operations in Food Processing
   •  FN-355 Sports Nutrition
   •  FN-360 Nutrition Counseling: A Team Approach
   •  FN-380 Community Nutrition
   •  FN-396 Food Science Workshop
   •  FN-396A Obesity and Eating Disorders
   •  FN-397 Field Experience
   •  FN-397C Field Experience (Seminar): Dietetics
   •  FN-397E Field Experience: Dietetics
   •  FN-399 Independent Study
   •  FN-400 Food Quality
   •  FN-406 Nutrition Education
   •  FN-408 Preprofessional Development in Dietetics and Nutrition
   •  FN-410 Food & Nutrition Policy Regulation & Law
   •  FN-413 Maternal and Child Nutrition
   •  FN-414 Catering
   •  FN-415 Nutritional Issues in Gerontology
   •  FN-417 Medical Nutritional Therapy I
   •  FN-418 Medical Nutritional Therapy II
   •  FN-420 Food Styling
   •  FN-425 Food Chemistry
 

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