Experimental courses do not appear in the official catalog listings. For further information regarding when experimental courses are offered, check the Online Schedule of Classes.
Journalism and Mass Communication 311X. Persuasive Photography. (Same as Advrt 311X.) Cr. 3 Bugeja. Fundamentals of digital photography and lab procedures for use in public relations and advertising applications. Documentary, portraiture, and illustrative photography to create persuasive media campaigns. Digital camera with manual override and a minimum of 3 megapixels required. Students may not receive credit for both Jl MC / Advert 311X and Jl MC 310.
Journalism and Mass Communication 312X. Advanced Techniques in Photojournalism. Cr. 3. Prereq: Jl MC 310 or Jl MC 311X. Chamberlin. Advanced techniques and problem solving for photographers who seek to be members of newsgathering teams. Photographic storytelling, documentaries, visual potential and ethical decision-making in news coverage. Traditional and non-traditional publishing to connect news organizations with audiences. Hands on experience with latest digital imaging technology.
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Landscape Architecture 211X Digital Design Exploration in Landscape Architecture. Cr. 3.Â Seeger. Introduction and hands-on exploration of a variety of digital tools used by professional landscape architects for design development and design communication.
Landscape Architecture 285X. The National Parks: Culture & Nature. Cr. 1. (Same as Natural Resource Management 285X.) Pritchard. Reading seminar focusing on National Parks, primarily in
Landscape Architecture 421X. Advanced Planting Design. Cr. 4. Prereq: 221, 222 or Hort 340 or For 205. Hightshoe. Investigation and application of theories of design, and management of planted landscapes. Introduction to site, ecosystem, and human factors that influence planning and design strategies. Projects of various scales provide the opportunity for students to integrate and apply strategies in specific context. Nonmajor graduate credit.
Landscape Architecture 566X. Ecological Sustainability and Human Settlement. Cr. 3. Prereq: Graduate classification, 1 course in ecology or permission of instructor. Critical examination of human settlement (urban, suburban, and exurban development) through the lens of ecological sustainability. The conceptual foundation of ecological sustainability will be discussed, and a series of case studies will subsequently be explored to illustrate key points. The scale of these examples will range form landscapes (10â€™s of km2), to neighborhoods, to individual buildings and surroundings. Â
Liberal Arts and Sciences 103X. Frontiers of the Discipline. Cr. 1. A series of seminars/workshops highlighting contemporary issues and research in the humanities; communications; biological, physical, and mathematical sciences; and social sciences disciplines. Offered on a satisfactory-fail grading basis only.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 121X Great Challenges Seminar. Cr. 1-0. Prereq: Enrollment in the College of Liberal and Sciences; for incoming students only Â Â Seminar to provide incoming students an opportunity to attain a broad view of academic life in the context of examining major challenges facing society from local to global scales. Emphasis on group participation, problem solving, synthesis of information from different disciplines, and community building.Â Offered on a satisfactory-fail grading basis only.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 125X Connections. Special Topics. Cr. 1. Cross-disciplinary examination of knowledge and learning in two of three areas:Â 1) arts and humanities, 2) natural sciences and mathematical disciplines, and 3) social sciences. Requirements include weekly assignments, self-reflection, local field trip, and term project.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 140X. Advancing Citizenship Together Learning Community Seminar. Cr. 1. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. Prereq: member of ACT Learning Community. Talbert, Bystrom. First semester of required seminar for participants in the ACT (Advancing Citizenship Together) Learning Community. The seminar is designed to build citizenship skills with a focus on women's issues and politics. It includes a service-learning component. Offered on a satisfactory-fail grading basis only.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 160X Intro to Race and Ethnicity in
Liberal Arts and Sciences 240X. Learning to Lead Learning Community Seminar. Cr. 1 each time taken. Seminar-based class linked with Leadership Styles and Strategies in a Diverse Society for fall and in spring semester linked to either Women in Leadership and Public Service or Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Women and Leadership. Designed to help create a leadership-training environment within an academic framework. Offered on a satisfactory-fail basis only.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 222X. Leadership Styles and Strategies in a Diverse Society. (Same as W S 222X.) Cr. 3. Prereq: sophomore classification. Bystrom. Develop and practice leadership skills through understanding personal leadership styles, leadership theory and communication theory, including how they relate to gender issues and cultural diversity; exploring personality types, communication styles, and leadership styles, networking and developing mentoring relationships; setting goals and participating in leadership opportunities and service.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 288X. Leadership, Personal and Professional Explorations for Women. (Same as W S 288X). Cr. 2. Prereq: Sophomore Classification. Comprehensive approach to understanding women's unique issues and experiences as they relate to leadership; the professional workplace; and professional and personal choices. Course taught through lectures, guest speakers, field trips, assessments and other hands-on opportunities.
Liberal Arts and Sciences 333X. Women in Leadership and Public Service. Cr. 3. (Same as W S 333X). Prereq: Sophomore classification. Bystrom. This course will explore women's leadership in public service, public administration and politics in the
Liberal Arts and Sciences 488X. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Women and Research. (Same as W S 488X.) Cr. 3. Prereq: Junior Classification. Research on Women and Leadership in content areas (Athletics, Business, Education, Politics and Public Service, and Science and Engineering) following overview of quantitative and qualitative methods and critical analyses of journal articles on women and leadership. Student will work with a faculty mentor in one of five content areas to research, write and present paper. Nonmajor graduate credit.
Linguistics 101X. Introduction to the Study of Linguistics. Cr. 1. Introduction to major figures in linguistics, perspective on language, and applications. Consideration of career and advanced study opportunities. Offered on a satisfactory-fail grading basis only.
Linguistics 119X. Introduction to World Languages. (Same as Foreign Languages and Literatures 119X) See Foreign Languages and Literatures.
Linguistics 437X. Grammatical Analysis. (Dual-listed with 537X; Same as Engl 437X and Engl 537X). See English.
Linguistics 537X. Grammatical Analysis. (Dual-listed with 437X; Same as Engl437X and Engl 537X). See English.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management 440X. Supply Chain Information Systems. (Same as MIS 440X, OSCM 440X.) Cr. 3. Prereq: MIS 330, OSCM/POM 320, LSCM/TRLOG 360. The focus is on the information systems necessary for a supply chain to achieve competitive advantage. Topics include: design, development, implementation, and maintenance of supply chain information systems; enterprise resource planning; advanced planning and scheduling, manufacturing execution systems; and the interface between manufacturing planning and control processes, logistics processes, and the information system.