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    Neumann University
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

Course Descriptions


The courses listed below and described in this section of the catalog constitute the curriculum of Neumann University. Each course description is preceded by a content area abbreviation and numeric designation, e.g., ENG 103 , along with the course title and the number of credits assigned for the course. Specific enrollment directives, e.g., prerequisites, corequisites, or special permissions, apply to students of all levels and programs.

Only those courses which are numbered at the 100 level or above are applicable toward a degree at Neumann University. Uniform numbers are used for additional experiences which are available in major discipline areas. These courses or experiences are provided for individuals or groups of students as deemed appropriate. For the most part, all Core courses are assigned in the 100 and 200 levels. Exceptions to these Core numeric designations are determined by the appropriate Division Dean. Special topics in specific disciplines are listed under the numbers 126/226/326/426. Independent Study Projects (ISPs) are listed as 480; major seminars as 460; Internships experiences use numbers from 394–396 and 494–496.

Practica/Rotations are supervised practice-setting learning experiences which are an intrinsic part of a student’s major program of study, i.e., required for satisfactory completion of the course and academic program.

The Division Deans of Neumann University have established minimum and maximum class sizes for each course offered in any given semester. Neumann University reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course or related activity because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. For availability of courses, refer to either the Neumann University web site (www.neumann.edu) or contact the Office of the Registrar.

NOTE: Unless otherwise stipulated, courses with an LS [Liberal Studies] designation are open ONLY to those non-traditional students who are pursuing one of the accelerated degree/certificate program options offered by the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS).

 

History (HIST)

   •  HIST 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Honors Program (HNR)

   •  HNR 101 Freshman Honors: European History
   •  HNR 102 Freshman Honors: Psychology
   •  HNR 103 Honors: Ethics
   •  HNR 104 Freshman Honors: Modern American History
   •  HNR 111 Freshman Honors: Music
   •  HNR 112 Freshman Honors: Rhetoric and Writing
   •  HNR 126 Honors Special Topics
   •  HNR 203 Freshman Honors: Literature
   •  HNR 220 University Honors Seminar
   •  HNR 226 Honors Special Topics
   •  HNR 320 University Honors Seminar
   •  HNR 326 Honors Special Topics
   •  HNR 340 University Honors Philosophy Seminar
   •  HNR 420 University Honors Seminar
   •  HNR 426 Honors Special Topics
   •  HNR 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Humanities (HUM)

   •  HUM 126 Special Topics in Humanities
   •  HUM 200 Introduction to Arts Theory and Criticism
   •  HUM 226 Special Topics in Humanities
   •  HUM 326 Special Topics in Humanities
   •  HUM 426 Special Topics in Humanities
   •  HUM 460 Interdisciplinary Seminar
   •  HUM 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Intelligence Studies (INTEL)

   •  INTEL 126 Special Topics in Intelligence Studies
   •  INTEL 200 Basic Intelligence Analysis
   •  INTEL 226 Special Topics in Intelligence Studies
   •  INTEL 301 Strategic/National Security Intelligence Analysis
   •  INTEL 302 Intelligence Analysis of Organized Crime
   •  INTEL 303 Intelligence Analysis of Terrorism
   •  INTEL 326 Special Topics in Intelligence Studies
   •  INTEL 400 Electronic Intelligence Analysis
   •  INTEL 426 Special Topics in Intelligence Studies
   •  INTEL 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Interdisciplinary Studies (INT)

   •  INT 101 The Neumann Experience
   •  INT 126 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  INT 200 Service Leadership
   •  INT 202 Exploring Diversity
   •  INT 226 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  INT 326 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  INT 426 Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  INT 460 Interdisciplinary Seminar
   •  INT 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

International Studies

   •  IS 126 Special Topics in International Studies
   •  IS 226 Special Topics in International Studies
   •  IS 326 Special Topics in International Studies
   •  IS 340 Europe
   •  IS 342 Latin America
   •  IS 344 Africa
   •  IS 346 East Asia
   •  IS 348 Middle East and South Asia
   •  IS 350 Russia
   •  IS 426 Special Topics in International Studies
   •  IS 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Italian (IT)

   •  IT 101 Elementary Italian I
   •  IT 102 Elementary Italian II
   •  IT 126 Special Topics in Italian
   •  IT 201 Intermediate Italian I
   •  IT 202 Intermediate Italian II
   •  IT 226 Special Topics in Italian
   •  IT 326 Special Topics in Italian
   •  IT 426 Special Topics in Italian
   •  IT 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Journalism (JRN)

   •  JRN 126 Special Topics in Journalism
   •  JRN 226 Special Topics in Journalism
   •  JRN 255 Mass Media and Society
   •  JRN 260 News Writing and Reporting
   •  JRN 261 Reporting for New Media
   •  JRN 326 Special Topics in Journalism
   •  JRN 350 Feature Writing
   •  JRN 355 Editing and Design
   •  JRN 362 Journalism Workshop I
   •  JRN 363 Journalism Workshop II
   •  JRN 426 Special Topics in Journalism
   •  JRN 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Liberal Studies: Anthropology (LSANT)

   •  LSANT 200 Anthropology and Contemporary Human Problems

Liberal Studies: Business Administration (LSBUS)

   •  LSBUS 200 Introduction to Business Administration
   •  LSBUS 220 Introduction to Human Resource Management
   •  LSBUS 240 Legal Environment of Business
   •  LSBUS 260 Accounting Principles and Practices
   •  LSBUS 300 Current Issues in Business Administration
   •  LSBUS 394-396 Business Administration Cooperative Education

Liberal Studies: Computer and Information Sciences (LSCIS)

   •  LSCIS 200 Introduction to Information Systems
   •  LSCIS 220 Programming and Systems Analysis
   •  LSCIS 240 Database Programming and Systems Design
   •  LSCIS 260 Data Communications and Telecommunications
   •  LSCIS 300 Current Issues in Information Systems

Liberal Studies: Criminal Justice (LSCJ)

   •  LSCJ 120 Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  LSCJ 200 Ethics and Franciscan Dimensions of Peace and Justice
   •  LSCJ 220 Judicial Process and the Law
   •  LSCJ 240 White Collar and Organized Crime
   •  LSCJ 260 Corrections and Rehabilitation
   •  LSCJ 300 Victimology and the Psychology of Crime

Liberal Studies: Early Childhood Education (LSECE)

   •  LSECE 200 Child Development and Cognition Prenatal – 9 Years
   •  LSECE 201 Engaging Young Children in the Learning Process: Integrating Curriculum, Instruction, and the Arts
   •  LSECE 302 Math and Reading Methods
   •  LSECE 312 Social Studies and Science Methods
   •  LSECE 400 Communication, Family Collaboration, and Community Relationships

Liberal Studies: English (LSENG)

   •  LSENG 190 Research Techniques
   •  LSENG 406 English Linguistics
 

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