Aug 18, 2022  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

French

  
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    FREN 3210 - Advanced Composition in French

    3
    Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of French or permission of instructor
    Free composition on assigned topics and translations to and from French from a variety of authors and topics to develop fluency and correctness in writing French.
  
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    FREN 3220 - Phonetics and Conversation in French

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020  or permission of instructor
    A minimum of theory with extensive application in corrective phonetics to assure a high level of accuracy in French pronunciation. Concentrated practice in oral command of French. This course affords the student opportunities to discuss in French assigned topics in order to develop confidence and accuracy in oral expression.
  
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    FREN 3310 - Geography and History of France

    3
    Climate and physical aspects of France with an orientation to the civilization of the country and French history with an orientation to French philosophy, institutions, and social problems.
  
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    FREN 3320 - French Civilization

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020  or permission of instructor
    The creative forces of the genius of French civilization are studied through discussion, lectures, and research projects.
  
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    FREN 3330 - Quebec Literature and Culture

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020  or permission of instructor
    This course will examine the culture, literature, and language of the Canadian province of Quebec. This course complements FREN 3040.
  
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    FREN 3410 - Business French

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2010 
    Vocabulary and concepts in French and Québéco’s finance, accounting, and marketing.
  
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    FREN 3420 - French Cinema

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020 
    History of French cinema and study of representative film.
  
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    FREN 3430 - Approaches to French Literature

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020 
    Practice reading, discussing, and writing about French literary texts.
  
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    FREN 4110 - Independent Study in French

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Students study independently in French under instructor’s guidance. Studies are planned to satisfy special individual needs and interests.
  
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    FREN 4120 - Independent Study In French

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Students study independently in French under instructor’s guidance. Studies are planned to satisfy special individual needs and interests.
  
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    FREN 4410 - French Poetry

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020 
    Study of the most important movements, authors, and poems in French literature.
  
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    FREN 4420 - French Theatre

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020 
    Study of the most important movements, authors, and plays in French literature.
  
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    FREN 4430 - French Fiction

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 3430 
    Study of the most important movements, authors, novels and short stories in French literature.
  
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    FREN 4530 - French Literature Spec Topics

    3
    Prerequisite: FREN 2020 
    Selected texts from a genre, period or theme in French literature. May be repeated for credit.

General Business

  
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    Benchmark BB1 - College of Business Benchmark 1


    Admission requirements for BBA degree.  Completion and requirements of the following values:  Junior standing, cumulative GPA of 2.1 or better; and ENGL 1010  with a grade of “C” or higher, ENGL 1020 ; ACCT 2010/201L , 2020 ; ECON 2010 , 2020 ; MATH 1810  or 1910 
  
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    Benchmark BB2 - College of Business Benchmark 2


    Admission requirements for BBA degree.  Completion and requirements of the following values:  FIN 3010 ; MKT 3010 ;  ; QM 3110 
  
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    GB 1110 - Introduction to Business

    3
    Business environment, economics and legal foundations of business, human resources, marketing operations, and financial functions of domestic and global business.
  
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    GB 3900 - Internship

    3
    Prerequisite: Junior standing and permission School of Business Internship Coordinator; Business majors must also meet the BBA admissions requirements (ENGL 1010 , 1020 ; MATH 1810  or 1910 ; ACCT 2010/201L , 2020 ; ECON 2010 , 2020 ) and CGPA of 2.1 or higher.
    Designed to provide academic credit for relevant and meaningful managerial and professional employment experience in preparation for managerial positions. Term paper and satisfactory evaluation by employer are required for credit. Pass/Fail.

Geography

  
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    GEOG 425 A, B, C/4251 - Applied Geographic Information Systems (and lab)

    4 each
    Prerequisite: GEOG 3150/3151 ; Corequisite: GEOG 4251
    The application of GIS technology to specific areas of specialization within the geosciences.  May be repeated for credit.
  
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    GEOG 450A - Special Problems in Physical Geography

    1-3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; only one course can be taken for completion of the geography minor.
    To promote personal growth as an independent investigator, each well qualified senior or junior may complete an independent laboratory (in-house or field) oriented original research project with faculty supervision.
  
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    GEOG 450B - Special Problems in Economic Geography

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; only one course can be taken for completion of the geography minor.
    To promote personal growth as an independent investigator, each well qualified senior or junior may complete an independent laboratory (in-house or field) oriented original research project with faculty supervision.
  
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    GEOG 450C - Special Problems in Regional Geography

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; only one course can be taken for completion of the geography minor.
    To promote personal growth as an independent investigator, each well qualified senior or junior may complete an independent laboratory (in-house or field) oriented original research project with faculty supervision.
  
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    GEOG 450D - Special Problems in Urban Geography

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; only one course can be taken for completion of the geography minor.
    To promote personal growth as an independent investigator, each well qualified senior or junior may complete an independent laboratory (in-house or field) oriented original research project with faculty supervision.
  
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    GEOG 1010 - Physical Geography

    3
    Introduction to map reading as well as development of skills and techniques used in the study of geography. This course concentrates on interrelationships among elements of the natural environment: landform, climate, soil, vegetation, weather, and water.
  
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    GEOG 1020 - Geography of Europe, the Americas, and Australia

    3
    Regions and countries generally included within Europe, the Americas and the Austral Realm will be analyzed with respect to their world location, population characteristics, cultural characteristics, economies, political connections/relationships, and problems/potentialities.
  
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    GEOG 1030 - Geography of Africa, Asia, and Oceania

    3
    Regions and countries generally included within Africa, Asia and the Pacific Realm will be analyzed with respect to their world location, population characteristics, cultural characteristics, economies, political connections/relationships, , and problems/potentialities.
  
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    GEOG 3040 - Sustainable Development

    3
    Cross Listed AGRI 3040 
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010 MATH 1110  or higher
    The impact of a rapidly growing human population on availability of natural resources and pollution of the environment. Minerals and energy resources, soil, water, air, forests, and wildlife habitats will be considered. Reducing consumption and using alternative sources will be considered as options to increasing resources production.
  
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    GEOG 3060/3061 - Quantitative Geosciences (and lab)

    4
    Cross Listed GEOL 3060/3061 
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010   or (GEOL 1040/1041  and MATH 1730 ) or permission of instructor Corequisite: GEOG 3061
    Techniques of geologic and atmospheric data collection and analysis with special emphasis on those parametric and nonparametric statistics utilized in the applied Geosciences.  Emphasis placed on computer applications.
  
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    GEOG 3110 - Geography of the United States and Canada

    3
    A spatial analysis of the physical and cultural characteristics of the United States and Canada within a regional context.
  
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    GEOG 3120 - Geography of Asia

    3
    Description: Regional and national conditions, events, problems and trends in South, East, and Southeast Asia using a cross disciplinary approach.  Interaction between the physical and cultural landscapes as a basis for social, economic, political and environmental problems will be emphasized.
  
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    GEOG 3130 - Geography of the Middle East

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010  or 1020  or 1030  or permission of instructor
    The course will focus on the physical and cultural geography of the Southwest Asia. The objectives are to analyze natural and human components and evaluate the significance of resources such as petroleum and water. The course will also cover historical and religious aspects that play a significant role in demographic, economic, and political development.
  
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    GEOG 3150/3151 - Geographic Information Systems I (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: Working knowledge of HS algebra and geometry, CSCI 1005  or 1010  or permission of instructor Corequisite: GEOG 3151
    Introduction to the fundamentals of mapping and geographic information systems including the nature of spatial data, coordinate systems, data collection, vector data, models, data analysis, mapping, and map interpretation.
  
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    GEOG 3250/3251 - Geographic Information Systems II (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOG 3150/3151  Corequisite: GEOG 3251
    Intermediate geographic information systems, topics including: relational database management systems, database design, vector and raster data models, address geocoding, spatial analysis operations, surface modeling, volume estimation, view shed analysis and data uncertainty.
  
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    GEOG 3750 - Geography of the African World

    3
    A thematic approach to the multi-faceted aspects of the physical and human geography of Africa, contemporary geographic ideas, theories, and concepts and their applicability to African “real-world” situations.
  
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    GEOG 3920 - Field Mapping and Global Positioning System

    3
    Prerequisite: MATH 1730 
    Principles and practice of the global positioning system and their interface with geographic information systems.
  
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    GEOG 3930 - Natural Hazards in Environment

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010 GEOL 1040/1041 
    Natural hazards are examined, including: thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, drought, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, landslides, collapse, subsidence, floods, and wildfire. Emphasis is placed on the interaction between people and the physical process. An analysis is made of the human perception of disasters as well as preparedness and recovery planning.
  
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    GEOG 3940 - Technological Hazards in the Environment

    3
    Environmental hazards introduced into the environment as a byproduct of technology are examined including: air, pollution, water, terrestrial pollution, nuclear and industrial accidents. Emphasis is placed on the role of technology in altering natural processes and how society copes with increasing risks posed to life, limb, and property. Lecture will examine technological hazards as existing and evolving threats and global social, economic and environmental security.
  
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    GEOG 3960 - Urban Environment

    3
    An examination is made of urban environments. Consideration is given to urban environmental problems.
  
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    GEOG 3970 - Rural Development

    3
    Description: Practices and problems in agricultural and economic advancement are reviewed using development thought and theories.  Explanations of inequalities among different agricultural societies are emphasized in the context of contemporary themes like globalization.
  
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    GEOG 3980 - Economic Geography

    3
    Prerequisite: recommended: GEOG 1020 , 1030 
    A systematic examination of the structure of dynamic global economic activities, provided through an analysis of their defining spatial patterns, pressures and interactions. Economic theory is not emphasized, except as necessary for the investigation of geographic patterns of resource utilization and the dynamic interactions of human, economic and physical environments.
  
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    GEOG 4000 - Environmental Management

    3
    An analysis of environmental regulations and management strategies employed by federal agencies, state, and local governments, and corporations.
  
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    GEOG 4010 - Environmental Assessment

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOG 4000 , ENGL 1100 
    An analysis of the environmental impact statement (EIS) process. Emphasis is placed on preparation, review, and requirements of an EIS as a tool for environmental assessment.
  
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    GEOG 4160/4161 - Water Quality Modeling and GIS (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: CHEM 1110/1111 ; Corequisite: GEOG 4161
    Classification, calibration, and validation of water quality models.  Quantification of runoff and soil erosion, biogeochemical cycles of macronutrients, pollution from pesticides and fertilizers, and best management practices for improving water quality.  Spreadsheet analysis and GIS-based models will be employed in the laboratory.
  
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    GEOG 4170/4171 - Meterorology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010   Corequisite: GEOG 4171
    An analysis of the components and processes of weather, emphasizing atmospheric energy exchange,local and global circulation patterns, and human modification of weather elements. Weather as a natural hazard is explored. Lab assignments emphasize weather observation, prediction, and presentation.
  
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    GEOG 4180/4181 - Climatology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010/1011 Corequisite: GEOG 4181
    Elements and processes defining and characterizing global climate patterns and classifications. Climates are examined for their spatial and temporal interaction with, and impact on, physical, biological and human activity environments. Impact of environmental and atmospheric phenomena, including global warming and ozone depletion on climate and climate change are examined.
  
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    GEOG 4250 - Applied Geographic Information Systems

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOG 3150/3151  with a “C” or better. May not be taken concurrently.
    The application of GIS to specific areas of specialization within the geosciences. May be repeated for credit.
  
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    GEOG 4260/4261 - Remote Sensing (and lab)

    4
    Cross Listed GEOL 4260/4261 ;
    Prerequisite: MATH 1730 , (CHEM 1110/1111  or PHYS 2010/2011 ); Corequisite: GEOG 4261
    Data capture, image characteristics, and interpretation of aerial photography and satellite imagery, to include multispectral, thermal, and radar images. Digital image processing using a raster geographic information system.
  
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    GEOG 4270/4271 - Surface Water Hydrology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: CHEM 1110/1111  or PHYS 2010/2011  or PHYS 2110/2111 ; Corequisite: GEOG 4271
    Quantitative analysis of processes in the hydrologic cycle including precipitation, evaporation, infiltration, runoff, erosion, and open channel flow.  Environmental decision-making in light of model output.
  
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    GEOG 4650 - Field Study Biogeography and Biodiversity

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010  or BIOL 1040/1041  or BIOL 1110/1111  and permission of instructor;
    This field course will examine the biogeography, biodiversity and changing landscape of various regions. Focus will be given to the ecosystems as well as unique geographic regions.

Geology

  
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    GEOL 290A - Internship in Geology

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a technician-level employee of a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 290B - Internship in Geology

    4
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a technician-level employee of a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 290C - Internship in Geology

    5
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a technician-level employee of a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 290D - Internship in Geology

    6
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a technician-level employee of a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 390A - Advanced Internship in Geology

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOL 290A 
    A second year of University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a junior professional in a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 390B - Advanced Internship in Geology

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 290B 
    A second year of University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a junior professional in a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 390C - Advanced Internship in Geology

    5
    Prerequisite: GEOL 290C 
    A second year of University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a junior professional in a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 390D - Advanced Internship in Geology

    6
    Prerequisite: GEOL 290D 
    A second year of University arranged and jointly supervised full-time salaried work experience as a junior professional in a geologically oriented government agency or company.
  
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    GEOL 450 A, B, C - Laboratory Research Project

    3 each
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    To promote personal growth as an independent investigator, each well-qualified junior or senior may complete an independent laboratory (in-house or field) oriented original research project with faculty supervision.
  
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    GEOL 455 A, B, C - Seminar in Earth Science

    1 each
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Exploration of a theme from the current literature in the earth sciences.
  
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    GEOL 1000 - Geology as a Profession

    1
    Explores varied roles geologists play in private industry and in government. Course features guest speakers who work as geologists in Middle Tennessee.
  
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    GEOL 1040/1041 - Physical Geology (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite: GEOL 1041
    Minerals and rocks, volcanism and related processes, weathering and soil development, glaciations, wind and stream erosion, major water and soil pollution problems, natural disaster forecasting, and development and landscape.
  
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    GEOL 1050/1051 - Historical Geology (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite: GEOL 1051
    Plate tectonics and continental drift, development of major scientific theories about the earth, physical environment and organic populations of the earth in prehistoric times.
  
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    GEOL 3000/3001 - Structural Geology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 , MATH 1730  or permission of instructor; Corequisite: GEOG 3001
    Structure and deformation of the Earth’s crust. Topics include rock mechanics and geometry and Kinematics of faults, folds, joints, and rock fabrics. Laboratory includes geologic map interpretation and data analysis. An overnight field trip is required.
  
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    GEOL 3002 - Structure Field Practicum

    1
    Corequisite: GEOL 3000/3001 
    Field observation, documentation and analysis of deformational features formed at middle to upper levels of the earth’s crust. Use of the Brunton compass, note taking, and collection and analysis of structural data in the field. An overnight field trip is required.
  
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    GEOL 3010/3011 - Topics in Volcanology (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite: GEOL 3011
    Descriptive study of selected topics in volcanology with emphasis placed on formation, analysis of selected type areas, eruptive history, composition and characteristics of volcanic material and associated mineral deposits. Research paper involving a detailed analysis of a selected topic required.
  
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    GEOL 3030/3031 - Environmental Geology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 ; Corequisite: GEOL 3031
    Major geologic factors that directly influence man’s adaptation to his environment. Lecture and laboratory focus attention on evaluation of earthquake susceptibility, landslide occurrence and prevention, flood potential and results of floodplain development, ground water contamination, and similar geologic processes which affect urbanization, engineered structures and land-use potential and environment.
  
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    GEOL 3060/3061 - Quantitative Geosciences (and lab)

    4
    Cross Listed GEOG 3060/3061 
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041  or (GEOG 1010  and MATH 1730 ) or permission of instructor; Corequisite: GEOL 3061
    Techniques of geologic and atmospheric data collection and analysis with special emphasis on those parametric and non-parametric statistics utilized in the applied Geosciences. Emphasis is placed on computer applications.
  
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    GEOL 3100/3101 - Stratigraphy and Sedimentation (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 , 1050/1051 ; Corequisite: GEOL 3101
    The genesis, mode of occurrence, and historical significance of sedimentary structures and depositional environments. Laboratories focus on techniques of rock and sediment analysis. An overnight field trip is required.
  
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    GEOL 3500/3501 - Mineralogy (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 ; Corequisite: GEOL 3501
    Classification, properties, and occurrence of minerals; microscopic techniques of identification, mineral associations, environments of formation of common minerals.
  
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    GEOL 3600/3601 - Petrology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 3500/3501  at APSU or approval of transfer credit by mineralogy instructor; Corequisite: GEOL 3601
    Megascopic and microscopic characters of rock, symmetry and distribution of rock bodies, textural and genetic classification of rocks.
  
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    GEOL 3650 - Geotechnique

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Techniques and instruments used in applied geology; planning a foundation study, using borehole sensors, and similar projects.
  
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    GEOL 3680 - Principles of Geochemistry

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1050/1051 , CHEM 1120/1121 ;
    Physical-chemical factors that control distribution and association of elements in the earth’s crust. Some emphasis will also be placed on applications of geochemistry to mineral exploration.
  
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    GEOL 3980 - Economic Geography

    3
    Physical-chemical factors that control the distribution and association of elements in the earth’s crust. Some emphasis will also be placed on the applications of geochemistry to mineral exploration.
  
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    GEOL 4050/4051 - Process Geomorphology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 ; Corequisite: GEOL 4051
    An applied, systematic process approach to landform development based upon threshold concepts. Geomorphic processes emphasized include mass movement, fluvial, aeolian, glacial, and karst geomorphology. Laboratory work is based upon aerial photographs, maps, field projects, and computer data analysis.
  
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    GEOL 4100 - Seminar in Tectonics

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1040/1041 ;
    Tectonic evolution of continents and relation to plate tectonic setting. Topics include: terrene concepts, theories on the structural, mechanical, and thermal evolution of contractional and extensional organic belts; and origin of foreland and rift basins.
  
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    GEOL 4250/4251 - Hydrogeology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: MATH 1720  or higher; or permission of instructor; Corequisite: GEOL 4251
    Occurrence, movement, and properties of subsurface water with special emphasis on geological aspects of ground water. Secondary emphasis is placed on ground-water flow evaluation and ground-water contamination, flow-net analysis, and pump test.
  
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    GEOL 4260/4261 - Remote Sensing (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: MATH 1730 ; Corequisite: GEOL 4261
    Data capture, image characteristics and interpretation of aerial photography and satellite imagery, to include multispectral, thermal, and radar images. Digital image processing using a raster geographic information system.
  
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    GEOL 4450/4451 - Economic Geology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 3600/3601  or permission of instructor; Corequisite: GEOL 4451
    General features of minerals deposits, their origin, localization, and classification. Also incorporates classic examples of mineral deposits with their geologic and geographic occurrence.
  
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    GEOL 4910/4911 - Invertebrate Paleontology (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: GEOL 1050/1051 ; Corequisite: GEOL 4911
    Principles of faunal interpretation as applied to the fossil record of the invertebrate phyla. An overnight field trip is required.
  
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    GEOL 4920 - Advanced Paleontology

    3
    Prerequisite: GEOL 4910/4911  or permission of instructor
    Diversification of life, evolution of communities, faunas and floras, paleoecologic reconstruction, and evolutionary patterns are all components of paleontology. Current and past literature is explored to gain insight into patterns and processes in the history of life. Techniques in collection and analysis of paleontologic data are explored.
  
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    GEOL 4990 - Geology Field Camp

    6
    Prerequisite: Completion of courses required for Geology Concentration or permission of instructor
    Six week intensive experience in measuring section, stratigraphic and structural interpretation and geologic mapping in a wide variety of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary terrains. Projects involve producing geologic maps and reports. Aerial photographic interpretation skills, mapping, and location determination with GPS.
  
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    GEOL 4995 - Seminar in Geoscience Communication

    2
    Prerequisite: 12 upper division credit hours in Geology
    Techniques of writing, editing, and oral presentation in the geosciences. Professional geologic reports, abstracts, research proposals and papers are emphasized. Location and critical evaluation of geologic data in print and electronic media will also be addressed.

German

  
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    GERM 1010 - Elementary German

    4
    Introduction to German language and culture with emphasis on oral communication. Extensive practice in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
  
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    GERM 1020 - Elementary German

    4
    Prerequisite: GERM 1010  or equivalent
    Introduction to German language and culture with emphasis on oral communication. Extensive practice in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
  
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    GERM 2010 - Intermediate German

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 1020  or equivalent
    A comprehensive review of German along with extensive reading, communicative exercises and discussions of representative German texts and other media.
  
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    GERM 2020 - Intermediate German

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2010  or equivalent
    A comprehensive review of German along with extensive reading, communicative exercises and discussions of representative German texts and other media.
  
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    GERM 3040 - Stud Abroad in German Speaking Countries

    6-8
    Prerequisite: Basic of German or permission of instructor
    A study abroad program designed to provide students with a total German speaking environment which will allow a broadening of knowledge and appreciation of German language and culture. May be repeated for credit.
  
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    GERM 3210 - Advanced Composition in German

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020  or permission of instructor
    Free composition on assigned topics and translations to and from German from a variety of authors and topics to develop fluency and correctness in writing German.
  
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    GERM 3220 - Phonetics and Conversation in German

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020  or permission of instructor
    Extensive application of corrective phonetics to assure a high level of accuracy in German pronunciation. Concentrated practice in oral command of German. This course affords the student opportunities to discuss in German assigned topics in order to develop confidence and accuracy in oral expression.
  
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    GERM 3410 - Business German

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020 
    Vocabulary and concepts in German, Austrian, and Swiss business.
  
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    GERM 3420 - German Cinema

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020 
    History of German cinema and study of representative films.
  
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    GERM 3510 - German Civilization, Culture and Geography I

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020  or permission of instructor
    German civilization, history, culture, and geography from its origins until the 18th Century.
  
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    GERM 3520 - German Civilization, Culture and Geography II

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020  or permission of instructor
    German civilization, history, culture, and geography from the 18th Century on.
  
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    GERM 4110 - Independent Study in German

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Students study independently in German under instructor’s guidance. Studies are planned to satisfy special individual needs and interests.
  
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    GERM 4120 - Independent Study in German

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    Students study independently in German under instructor’s guidance. Studies are planned to satisfy special individual needs and interests.
  
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    GERM 4510 - Survey of German Literature I

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020 
    German literature from the beginning to 1800.
  
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    GERM 4520 - Survey of German Literature II

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020 
    German literature from 1800 to the present.
  
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    GERM 4530 - German Literature: Special Topics

    3
    Prerequisite: GERM 2020 
    Selected texts from a genre, period of time in German Literature. May be repeated for credit.

Global Security Studies

  
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    GSS 2010 - Introduction to Global Security Study

    3
    Security studies is moving from a purely state-centric focus anchored in the military instrument to one considering transnational issues with global implications, implying collaborative effort to address these issues. Topics include conventional and critical security, gender and age, environmental security, international law, migration, intra-state conflict, terror, and American Global power.

Greek

  
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    GREK 1010 - Beginning Greek

    4
    An introduction, with cultural context, to the ancient Greek language, with emphasis on the written language; elements of Greek grammar and syntax; practice in reading and translation of Classical and New Testament Greek prose.
 

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