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West Chester University

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25 University Avenue
West Chester, PA, 19383
Phone: 610-436-3541
Fax: 610-436-2370


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Course Number Course Title WCU Equivalent Date Updated
ACC 203 Accounting Principles I ACC 201 (3)  
ACC 204 Accounting Principles II ACC 202 (3)  
ACC 206 Managerial Accounting ACC 202 (3) 11/2000
ART 100 Photography I EDM 225 (3)
ART 101 Photography II EDM 226 (3)
ART 107 Calligraphy I ART 199 (3)
ART 202 Drawing ART 106 (3)
ART 207 Calligraphy II ART 199 (3)
ART 232 Art Themes through the Ages ARH 101 (3)
ART 303 Painting I ART 216 (3)
ART 306 Ceramics ART 231 (3)
ART 308 Interior Design ART 199 (3)
ART 309 Two-Dimensional Design ART 111 (3)
ART 319 Sculpture ART 222 (3)
BIO 101 General Biology BIO 199 (3)
BIO102 General Biology BIO199 (3)
BIO 101+ 102 General Biology BIO 100 (3) & BIO 199(3) Non-majors
BIO 103 Biology BIO 199 (3) 3/2006
BIO 112 Human Ecology BIO199 (3) 1/2000
BIO 201 Biological Concepts I BIO 199 (4)
BIO 202 Biological Concepts II BIO 199 (4)
BIO 201 Biological Concepts BIO110 (3) & TRN199 (5) majors
BIO 206 Microbiology BIO 204 (4)
BIO 207 Human Biology BIO 199 (4)
BIO 208 Microbiology BIO 204 (4)
BIO 209 Anatomy & Physiology BIO 259 (4)
BIO 210 Anatomy & Physiology BIO 269 (4)
BIO 300 Comparative Vertebrate Morphology BIO 357 (4)
BIO 310 Developmental Biology BIO 199 (4)
BIO 320 Genetics BIO 230 (3)
BIO 323 Microbiology BIO 214 (4)
BIO 324 Immunology BIO 465 (4)
BIO 326 Evolution & Adaptation BIO 199 (4)
BIO 335 Principles of Physiology BIO 220 (4)
BIO 340 Histology BIO 428 (3)
BIO 365 Molecular Biology BIO 421 (4)
BIO 375 Cell Biology BIO 214 (4)
BUS 301 International Business INB 300 (3)
BUS 311 Human Resource Management MGT 431 (3)
BUS 315 Business Law I BLA 201 (3)
BUS 316 Business Law II BLA 199 (3)
BUS 336 Managing Business Conflicts MGT 199 (3)
BUS 360 Business Management MGT 200 (3)
BUS 361 Dynamics of Supervision MGT199 (3)
CCS 103 Comp Studies Cultures U.S.& Other ANT 199 (3)
CCS 301 Life & Literature of Latin America ESP 222 (3)
CCS 303 Soviet Life and Literature RUS 310 (3)
CHE 100 Introductory Survey of Chemistry CHE 100 (3) TRN 199 (1) 3/2000
CHE 101 + 102 Basic College Chemistry CHE 100 (3) TRN 199 (3)
CHE 103 + 104 Fundamental Chemical Concepts CHE 103 (3) & CRL 103 (1) , CHE 104 (3) & CRL 104 (1)
CHE 201 Introductory Organic Chemistry CHE 230 (3)
CHE 202 Introductory Biochemistry CHE 310 (3)
CHE 211 Organic Chemistry CHE 231 (4)
CHE 212 Organic Chemistry CHE 232 (3) & CRL 231 (2)
CHE 304 Quantitative Analysis & Inorganic Chem CHE 321 (3)
CHE 310 Structural Organic Analysis BIO 199 (3)
CHE 313 Physical Chemistry I CHE 341 (4)
CHE 314 Physical Chemistry II CHE 342 (3)
CHE 317 History of Chemistry CHE 417 (1)
CHE 318 Advanced Organic Chemistry CHE 333 (3)
CHE 320 Modern Concepts in Chemical Bonding CHE 443 (3)
CHE 330 Biochemistry CHE 471 (3)
CIS 201 Computer Literacy I CSW 101 (3)
CIS 202 Computer Literacy II CSW 101 (3)
CIS 204 Introduction to Programming CSC 115 (3)
CIS 205 Programming with BASIC CSC 115 (3)
CIS 209 COBOL Programming CSC 211 & CSC 199
CIS 210 FORTRAN Programming CSC 204 & CSC 199
CIS 224 Database CSC 321 (3)
CIS 303 Advanced Programming with BASIC CSC 199 (3)
CIS 313 Advanced COBOL Programming CSC 212 & CSC 199
CIS 325 Systems Analysis and Design CSC 331 (3)
CIS 326 Data Structures CSC 241 (3)
CIS 328 Artificial Intelligence CSC 381 (3)
CLT 213 Honors:Many Faces of Latin America ESP 222 (3)
CLT 313 Honors:Eastern European Literature TRN 199 (3)
CLT 314 Contemporary Drama LIT 305 (3)
CLT 318 Contemporary Fiction LIT 272 (3)
COM 200 Business & Technical Writing ENG 368 (3) or ENG 371 (3)
COM 206 Journalism JRN 225 (3)
COM 207 Introduction to Creative Writing CRW 201 (3)
COM 225 Film FLM 200 (3)
COM 226 Mass Media COM 212 (3)
COM 236 Children's Theatre THA 207 (3)
COM 250 Public Speaking COM 101 (3)
COM 258 Psychology Through Literature & Film LIT 199 (3)
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 111 (3)
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 112 (3)
ECO 307 Statistics ECO251 (3) OR MAT121 (3)
ECO 313 Honors: The Great Economic Debate ECO 199 (3)
ECO 319 History of Economic Thought ECO 345 (3)
ECO 320 Comparative Economic Systems ECO 343 (3)
 ECO 322 Economic Development ECO 337 (3)
ECO 327 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory ECO 340 (3)
ECO 328 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory ECO 348 (3)
EDU 301 Social Foundations of Education EDF 100 (3)
EDU 302 Educational Psychology EDP 250 (3)
EDU 317 Language Arts Methods EDE 199 (3)
EDU 318 Social Studies Methods EDE 199 (3)
EDU 319 Mathematics Methods EDE 199 (3)
EDU 320 Science and Technology Methods EDE 199 (3)
EDU 321 Field Experience and Seminar EDS 306 (3)
EDU 325 Field Exp/StudentTeach Sem/Secondary EDS 411 (3)
EDU 330 Reading in the Content Areas EDR 420 (3)
EDU 332 Art in the Elementary School EDE 199 (3)
EDU 333 Music in the Elementary School EDE 199 (3)
EDU 334 Physical Ed in the Elementary School EDE 199 (3)
EDU 335 Strategies of Teach Secondary School EDF 365 (3)
EDU 338 Children's Literature LIT 220 (3) 6/2006
EDU 345 Fundamentals of Reading Instruction EDE 311 (3)
EDU 346 Student Teaching: Elementary EDE 410 (3)
EDU 361 Early Childhood Education I ECE 100 (3)
EDU 362 Early Childhood Education II ECE 199 (3)
EDU 381 Intro to Special Education EDA 199 (3)
ENG 106 Composition I WRT 120 (3)
ENG 107 Composition II WRT 200 (3) 4/2009
ENG 113 Honors English I & II WRT120 (3) & WRT 200 (3)
ENG 122 Introduction to Literature LIT 165 (3)
ENG 125 Introduction to Drama LIT 199 (3)
ENG 126 Introduction to Poetry LIT 199 (3)
ENG 132 Themes in Literature LIT 165 (3)
ENG 268 African American Literature II LIT 203 (3) 03/2014
ENG 299 Advanced Composition WRT 200 (3)
ENG 337 Introduction to the English Language ENG 331 (3)
ENG 338 Linguistics: Introductory Reading LIN 230 (3)
ENG 340 Chaucer LIT 435 (3)
ENG 341 English Literature to 1500 LIT230 (3)
ENG 342 Renaissance Literature LIT 337 (3)
ENG 343 Shakespeare LIT 335 (3)
ENG 344 Restoration & 18th Century Literature LIT 338 (3)
ENG 346 Romantic Literature LIT 340 (3)
ENG 349 Irish Literature LIT 364 (3)
ENG 350 Major American Writers I LIT 200 (3)
ENG 351 Major American Writers II LIT 201 (3) 03/2014
ENG 353 Major American Writers III LIT 199 (3)
ENG 356 20th Century British Authors LIT 199 (3)
ENG 360 Modern American Novel LIT 306 (3)
ENG 362 Modern British Fiction LIT 344 (3)
ENG 364 Modern Drama LIT 271 (3)
ENG 366 Modern Poetry LIT 307 (3)
ENG 368 Irish Drama LIT 199 (3) 03/2014
ENG 400 English Seminar LIT 400 (3)
FIN 306 Money & Banking ECO 335 (3)
FIN 325 Investments FIN 344 (3)
FIN 362 Introduction to Finance FIN 315 (3)
FNU 109 Fundamentals of Food and Its Preparation NTD 205 (3) 9/2011
FNU 207 Normal Nutrition NTD 303 (3) 5/2000
FNU 212 Culture and Diversity in Foods and Nutrition NTD 200 (3) 9/2011
FREN 101+ 102 Elementary French I & II FRE 101 (3) & FRE 102 (3)  
FREN 103 + 201 Intermediate French I /Advanced Intermediate French I FRE 201 (3) & FRE 202 (3)  
FREN 201+ 202 Intermediate French - Advanced Level FRE 201 (3) & FRE 202 (3)  
FREN 215 The French Heritage FRE 303 (3)  
FREN 309 French Stylistics: Conversation FRE 301 (3)  
FREN 310 French Stylistics: Composition FRE 302 (3)  
FREN 323 French for Business FRE 401 (3)  
FREN 324 French Poetry and Prose FRE 412 (3) or FRE 413 (3)  
FREN 327 + 328 French Lit Thought & Expression I & II FRE 304 (3) & FRE 411 (3)  
FREN 329 + 330 French Lit Thought & Expression III & IV FRE 400 (3) & FRE 421 (3)  
FREN 331 + 332 Seminar: French Culture/ Readings I & II FRE 422 (3) & FRE 199 (3)  
FREN 333+ 332 Seminar: French Culture/Readings III, IV FRE 199 (3) & FRE 199 (3)  
FREN 335 Seminar: Contemporary French Civ FRE 303 (3)  
GEO 101 Introductory World Geography GEO 101 (3)  
GER 101+ 102 Elementary German GER 101 (3) & GER 102 (3)  
GER 103 + 104 Intermediate German GER 201 (3) & GER 202 (3)  
GER 201 + 202 Advanced Intermediate German GER 201 (3) & GER 202 (3)  
GER 301 + 302 Civilization & Culture EGE 222 (3) & GER221 (3)  
GER 317 + 318 Advanced Conversation & Composition GER 303 (3) & GER 304 (3)  
GER 323 Business German TRN 199 (3)  
HIST 105 Origins & Rise of Western Culture HIS 101 (3)  
HIST 106 Making of European Civilization HIS 102 (3)  
HIST 107 Political Institutions of Western World HIS 101 (3)  
HIST 108 Political Institutions of Western World HIS 102 (3)  
HIST 111 Man's Expression in the West HIS 101 (3)  
HIST 112 Man's Expression in the West HIS 102 (3)  
HIST 113 Honors:Quest for Freedom in West I & II HIS 101 (3)  
HIST 114 Honors:Quest for Freedom in West I & II HIS 102 (3)  
HIST 115 World Civilization I HIS101 (3) 7/2008
HIST 116 World Civilization II HIS 102 (3) 10/2009
HIST 200 Topics in History-Ireland HIS 398 (3) 7/2008
HIST 201 Age of Division & Revolution 1500-1914 HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 202 Age of Division & Revolution 1500-1914 HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 203 Eastern Culture Thought HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 212 American Foreign Policy PSC 217  
HIST 213 United States in Contemporary World AMS 200 (3)  
HIST 216 American Woman/Her Role in Society HIS 451 (3)  
HIST 226 World of the Twentieth Century HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 227 Role/ Nationalism in Developing Nations HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 308 Constitutional History of Great Britain HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 311 American Studies I AMS 200 (3)  
HIST 312 American Studies II AMS 200 (3)  
HIST 335 The Far East in the Twentieth Century HIS 199 (3)  
HIST 342 Foundations of Latin America HIS 316 (3)  
HIST 345 History and Politics of Africa HIS 312 (3)  
 HIST 346 Middle East History & Politics HIS 412 (3)  
HIST 357 Directed Studies and/or Oral History TRN 199 (3)  
HIST 359 Field Exp in Hist, Politics/Law,Intl Studies TRN 199 (3)  
HIST 414 Seminar in History TRN 199 (3)  
ITA 101 + 102 Elementary Italian I & II ITA 101 (3) + 102 (3)  
ITA 201 + 202 Intermediate Italian ITA 201 (3) & ITA 202 (3)  
ITA 305 Translation Workshop ITA 199 (3)  
ITA 313 Contemporary Italian Literature ITA 402 (3)  
ITA 319 Highlights of Italian Literature I ITA 400 (3)  
ITA 320 Highlights of Italian Literature II ITA 400 (3)  
ITA 321 Italian Culture & Civilization EIT 221 (3)  
ITA 322 The Trecento ITA 401 (3)  
ITA 324 Advanced Italian Composition ITA 301 (3)  
ITA 325 Advanced italian Conversation ITA 302 (3)  
ITA 326 Italian for Careers ITA 199 (3)  
MATH 101 Basic College Mathematics MAT103 (3)
MATH 102 Basic College Mathematics MAT 103 (3)
MATH 106 Intro Algebra Not Transferable 8/2011
MATH 107 Quantitative Reasoning MAT 104 (3) 8/2011
MATH 203 + 204 Intermediate College Mathematics MAT105 (3) TRN 199 (3)  
MATH 207 Introductory Analysis MAT 107 (3)  
MATH 208 Introductory Analysis MAT 108 (3)  
MATH 214 Honors: Thinking with Models MAT 199 (3)  
MATH 220 Mathematical Modeling MAT 199 (3)  
MATH 301 Calculus I MAT 161 (4)  
MATH 302 Calculus II MAT162 (4)  
MATH 304 Calculus III MAT261 (3)  
MATH 305 Calculus IV MAT 262 (3)  
MATH 306 Probability MAT 121 (3)  
MATH 308 Numerical Analysis MAT 425 (3)  
MATH 309 Differential Equations MAT 343 (3)  
MATH 311 Linear Algebra MAT 211 (3)  
MATH 312 Modern Geometry MAT 232 (3)  
MATH 314 Advanced Calculus II MAT 199 (3)  
MATH 315 Discrete Structures MAT 281 (3)  
MATH 319 Topology MAT 432 (3)  
MATH 320 Complex Variables MAT 445 (3)  
MATH 321 Statistical Analysis MAT 421 (3)  
MATH 350 Introduction to Operations Research CSC 331 (3)  
MATH 400 Topics in Mathematics MAT 199 (1-3)  
MATH 409 Directed Reading in Math & Computers MAT 199 (3)  
MATH 410 Senior Seminar MAT 199 (3)  
MKT 309 Marketing Principles & Practices MKT 200 (3)
MKT 331 Advertising Principles MKT 350 (3)
MKT 364 Marketing Management MKT 325 (3)
MUSC 100 Music Fundamentals MTC 110 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 101 The Experience of Music MHL 121 (3)
MUSC 105 Voice Class VOI 181 (1)
MUSC 200 Music and Healing MHL 121 (3) 1/2004
MUSC 107 Brass Methods INM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 108 Percussion Methods INM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 109-116 Applied Music Electives I-VIII TRN 199 (1 credit per course) 12/2000
MUSC 135 Piano Laboratory I PIA 181 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 136 Piano Laboratory II PIA 182 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 140 Orchestra AEO 341 (0.5) 12/2000
MUSC 143 Musicianship I MTC 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 144 Musicianship II MTC 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 150 Chorale CHO 112 (0.5) 12/2000
MUSC 160 Ensembles TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 207 String Methods INM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 208 Woodwind Methods INM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 209-216 Applied Music Minor I-VIII TRN 199 (1 credit per course) 12/2000
MUSC 235 Piano Laboratory III KEM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 236 Piano Laboratory IV KEM 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 239 Counterpoint MTC 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 240 Orchestra AEO 341 (0.5) 12/2000
MUSC 242 Composition MHL 199 (2) 12/2000
MUSC 243 Musicianship III MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 244 Musicianship IV MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 260 Ensembles TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 306 Orchestration MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 313 Professional Orientation in Music TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 314 Music in the Elementary School MUE 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 315 Music in Junior and Senior High School MUE 199 (2) 12/2000
MUSC 316 Music for Mainstreamed Classes TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 317 Basic Conducting AIC 311 (2) 12/2000
MUSC 319 Choral Conducting VOC 311 (2) 12/2000
MUSC 323-330 Applied Music Major I-VIII TRN 199 (1 credit per course) 12/2000
MUSC 332 Senior Recital Not Transferable 12/2000
MUSC 340 Orchestra AEO 341 (0.5) 12/2000
MUSC 341 Music History I: Bach and Before MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 342 Music History II:Classic/ Romantic Eras MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 343 Music History III:Twentieth Century MHL 199 (2) 12/2000
MUSC 344 Seminar in Music History & Literature MHL 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 360 Ensembles TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
MUSC 363 Planning & Resources for Liturgy TRN 199 (3) 12/2000
MUSC 371-375 Liturgical Music Studies TRN 199 (1 credit per course) 12/2000
MUSC 401-402 Independent Music Studies TRN 199 (1-6) 12/2000
MUSC 440 Orchestra AEO 341 (0.5) 12/2000
MUSC 460 Ensembles TRN 199 (1) 12/2000
PHI 100 Modern Moral Decision Making PHI 180 (3)  
PHI 109 Philosophy I: Introduction PHI 101 (3) 3/2000
PHI 209 Logic & Knowledge PHI 190 (3)
PHI 301 History of Philosophy I PHI 270 (3)
PHI 302 History of Philosophy II - Modern Period PHI 272 (3)  
PHI 309 Philosophy in History PHI 199 (3)  
PHI 311 Ethics-Ethical Theory PHI 180 (3)  
PHI 314 Honors: Cultures and Conflicts PHI 199 (3)
PHI 317 Philosophy of Science & Technology PHI 199 (3)
PHI 318 Aesthetics PHI 174 (3)
PHI 321 Philosophy of History PHI 199 (3)
PHI 322 Philosophy of Education PHI 199 (3)
PHI 324 Philosophy of Literature PHI 199 (3)
PHI 329 Contemporary Philosophy PHI 274 (3)
PHI 330 Philosophical Anthropology PHI 199 (3)
PHI 350 Special Studies in Philosophy PHI 199 (1-3)
PHY 202 General Physics PHY 140 (3)
PHY 203 Physics I PHY170 (4)
PHY 204 Physics II PHY 180 (4)
PHY 205 Biophysics PHY 199 (3)
PHY 301 Atomic Physics PHY 420 (3)
PHY 302 Nuclear Physics PHY 340 (3)
PHY 305 Electricity and Magnetism PHY 430 (3)
PHY 306 Electronics PHY 330 (3)
POL 201 Government in the United States PSC 100 (3)
POL 202 Special Studies in Comparative Gov't PSC 240 (3)
POL 203 Eastern Cultural Thought PSC 341 (3)
POL 204 Western Political Thought PSC 339 (3)
POL 205 Urban Politics & Policy:State/Local Govt PMG 201 (3)
POL 206 International Relations PSC 213 (3)
POL 213 Legal Research and Writing ENG 199 (3)
POL 336 International Law and Human Rights PSC 199 (3)
POL 338 American Constitutional Law PSC 350 (3)
POL 339 Public Administration PMG 202 (3)
POL 345 History and Politics of Africa HIS 312 (3)
POL 346 Middle East History and Politics HIS 412 (3)
POL 347 Russia: Politics and People HIS 425 (3)
PSY 101 Foundations in Psychology PSY 100 (3)
PSY 208 Statistics PSY 245 (3)
PSY 213 Honors: Attitudes: The Silent Agenda PSY 199 (3)
PSY 214 Honors: Prophets & Progress PSY 199 (3)
PSY 217 Career Planning PSY 199 (3)
PSY 219 Applied Psychology PSY 199 (3)
PSY 303 Principles of Psychological Testing PSY 325 (3)
PSY 307 Social Psychology PSY 254 (3)
PSY 311 Physiological Psychology PSY 464 (3)
PSY 312 Theories of Personality PSY 257 (3)
PSY 313 Experimental Psychology I PSY 199 (3)
PSY 314 Experimental Psychology II PSY 199 (3)
PSY 316 Preprofessional Internship PSY 441 (3)
PSY 317 Preprofessional Internship PSY 442 (3)
PSY 318 Seminar I:History/Systems of Psych. PSY 490 (3)
PSY 320 Abnormal Psychology PSY 375 (3)
PSY 324 Developmental Psychology PSY 210 (3)
PSY 338 Psychology through Literature & Film PSY 199 (3)
PSY 341 Industrial & Organizational Psychology PSY 265 (3)
PSY 343 Human Sexuality PSY 430 (3)
PSY 350 Introduction to Counseling PSY 390 (3)
RUS 101 + 102 Elementary Russian RUS 101 (3) & RUS 102 (3)
RUS 305 + 306 Independent Russian Studies RUS 201 (3) & RUS 202 (3)
RUS 307 Soviet Russian Literature RUS 310 (3)
SPAN 101 + 102 Elementary Spanish SPA 101 (3) & SPA 102 (3)
SPAN 107 + 108 Intermediate Spanish SPA 201 (3) & SPA 202 (3)
SPAN 150 Spanish for Medical Personnel SPA 199 (3)
SPAN 203 Spanish Composition SPA 301 (3)
SPAN 204 Spanish Conversation SPA 302 (3)
SPAN 208 Composition through Literature SPA 199 (3)
SPAN 210 Spanish Culture & Civilization SPA 320 (3)
SPAN 301 Spanish for Careers SPA 304 (3)
SPAN 307 Spanish Literature I SPA 330 (3)
SPAN 308 Spanish Literature II SPA 331 (3)
SPAN 317 Spanish-American Literature SPA 409 (3)
SPAN 318 Spanish-American Literature II SPA 410 (3)
SPAN 328 Spanish-American Culture & Civilization SPA 321 (3)
SPAN 333 Advanced Conversation SPA 365 (3)
SPAN 334 Seminar SPA 199 (3)
SOC 202 Principles of Sociology SOC 200 (3)
SOC 209 Introduction to Criminal Law CRJ 300 (3)
SOC 210 Criminal Justice and Investigation CRJ 240 (3)
SOC 202 Principles of Sociology SOC 200 (3)
SOC 245 Social Values SWO 200 (3)
SOC 259 Sociology through Literature & Film SOC 199 (3)
SOC 306 Sociology of the Family SOC 240 (3)
SOC 309 Sociology/Crime & Juvenile Delinquency SOC 353 (3)
SOC 310 Methods SOC 322 (3)
SOC 316 Seminar SOC 492 (3)
SOC 319 Sociology of Progress/ Problem of Evil SOC 199 (3)
SOC 321 Sociological Theory SOC 300 (3)
SOC 328 Minority Groups SOC 335 (3)
SOC 335 Anthropology ANT 102 (3)
SOC 336 Anthropology and Health ANT 199 (3)
SOC 343 Fundamentals of Working with People SWO 220 (3)
SOC 346 Intensive Supervised Field Experience SWO 375 (3)
SOC 360 Honors: Myths of Gender SOC 199 (3)
THE 219 Theology & Film ENG 199 (3) 03/2014