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Course #: HIS-317 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of fascism as an ideology which dominated the political and cultural life of Europe in the first half of the century.

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Course #: INT-317 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of fascism as an ideology which dominated the political and cultural life of Europe in the first half of the century.

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Course #: FRE-423 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Representative works of 20th century French and Francophone literature by authors such as Gide, Camus, Sartre, Beckett, Ionesco and others. In addition, the course emphasizes oral and written expression.

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Course #: EDU-709 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Technology skills are the foundational skills for our students' futures. The ISTE Educational Technology Standards for students will be the cornerstone of this course.

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Course #: ITM-269 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: ITM-352 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course draws its title from one of the more provocative theses of the later 20th century, expressed by Samuel Huntington in his book A Clash of Civilizations, suggesting that Western civilization and the worldview of Islam are on a

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Course #: ITM-409 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Fly to Fort Lauderdale and begin exploring extraordinary places! Skin dive a Florida Key coral reef, canoe and airboat in the Everglades, kayak the Keys, and discover the culture of Key West, Florida.

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Course #: ITM-394 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Inspired by the ancient Greek and Roman ideal of a sound mind in a sound body and powered by a spirit of friendly competition and a low-tech approach, this course will divide the 12-person class into three four-person teams that will mov

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Course #: ITM-384 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course is designed to blend numerous elements including off-campus travel, service-learning and interdisciplinary study.

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Course #: ITM-796 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: ITM-316 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Students will provide volunteer service to those agencies and communities attempting to rebuild. Students will discover firsthand the human and natural costs associated with altering ecosystems as they travel to this devastated region.

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Course #: PSY-416 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course examines abnormal behavior and psychopathology, including diagnoses, causes, and treatments. The role of society and culture in determining definitions of abnormal behavior and approaches to treatment is also addressed.

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Course #: MTH-403 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Introduction to properties of groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. Prerequisite: Mathematics 250 and 303. Offered alternate spring terms.

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Course #: MUS-231 Min Credits: 2 Max Credits: 0

The study of the role of accompanist as co-artist. Standard vocal and instrumental repertoire is studied and performed, with emphasis on the development of sight reading and ensemble skills.

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Course #: ACC-299 Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 15

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