Feb 29, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Entomology and Wildlife Conservation

  
  • ENWC 426 - Aquatic Entomology

    Credit(s): 3
    AQUATIC ENTOMOLOGY
    Component: Lecture
    Students learn the biology, physiology and systematics of aquatic insects with emphasis on the fauna of North America. For labs we go to Grammies Run in Fair Hill and sample as part of a long-term data collection project.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 435 - Population Ecology

    Credit(s): 3
    POPULATION ECOLOGY
    Component: Lecture
    Understand population processes by combining a discussion of theory and practical applications. Includes exponential, logistic, and age-specific growth as well as predation, competition, disease, and metapopulations. Model-building exercises actively used to understand theoretical dynamics.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BISC 435 . PREREQ: BISC 302 .
    Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5B: Reason Computationally GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 444 - Conservation of Tropical Biodiversity

    Credit(s): 3
    CONSERVATN OF TROPICAL BIODIVE
    Component: Lecture
    A 3-week intensive, field-based experience in the mechanics of conserving tropical biodiversity. Focuses on group projects quantifying and comparing the diversity of montane cloud forests, lowland rainforests and tropical dry forests.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BISC 440 . RESTRICTIONS: Winter or Summer Session only. Taught in Costa Rica or Peru.
    Course Typically Offered: Winter
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 450 - Debates in Conservation Biology

    Credit(s): 3
    DEBATES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOG
    Component: Lecture
    Global debate about anthropocentric use and misuse of earth’s biological and physical resources.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Winter
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications

  
  • ENWC 452 - Conservation of African Wildlife

    Credit(s): 3
    CONSERVATION OF AFRICAN WILDLI
    Component: Lecture
    Unique challenges facing African wildlife. Identifying and surveying terrestrial vertebrates, human-wildlife interactions, ecotourism, and development of African wildlife conservation. First-hand experience in wildlife conservation by visiting various ecosystems, living with aboriginal people, and seeing the effects of ecotourism and development.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Offered only during Winter Session in Tanzania.
    Course Typically Offered: Winter
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 453 - Community-Based Conservation

    Credit(s): 3
    COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION
    Component: Lecture
    Basic philosophical, economic, and ecological aspects of the bottom-up approach to conservation. Students experience this form of conservation first-hand by living with aboriginal people and seeing how they conserve natural resources.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Offered only during Winter Session in Tanzania.
    Course Typically Offered: Winter
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 456 - Conservation Biology

    Credit(s): 3
    CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    Component: Lecture
    Biological principles to the conservation of biological diversity. Integrates topics, and theories from ecology, economics, genetics, biogeography, behavior, reproductive biology, sociology, and wildlife management. Divided into four parts; 1) describing patterns and scales of biological diversity, 2) examining threats 3) managing populations and ecosystems, 4) social aspects of conservation.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Requires junior status.
    Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5B: Reason Computationally GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENWC 464 - Field Experience

    Credit(s): 1-3
    FIELD EXPERIENCE
    Component: Independent Study
    Faculty-supervised employment (usually part-time) or volunteer service at an entomology, ecology, or wildlife conservation-related site such as a research laboratory, pest control firm, museum, government agency or nature center. A signed agreement with faculty sponsor prior to placement and a journal or written report are required.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Pass/Not Pass
    RESTRICTIONS: Maximum of six credits may count toward degree. Only three credits among Independent Study, Research, ENWC464 and UNIV 401  count toward entomology or wildlife conservation major requirements.
    Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENWC 465 - Senior Capstone Experience

    Credit(s): 1
    SENIOR CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE
    Component: Lecture
    Preparation, presentation, and discussion, both oral and written, of an issue based topic in entomology, wildlife conservation, natural resource management, or a related area for peers in a manner similar to that in scientific communication. Preparation includes reading and assessment of research articles.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Must be taken as senior in last fall term. .
    Capstone: Senior-Level Seminar Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENWC 466 - Independent Study

    Credit(s): 1-6
    INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENWC 467 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENWC 468 - Research

    Credit(s): 1-6
    RESEARCH
    Component: Research
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience
    General Education Objectives:

Entrepreneurship

  
  • ENTR 150 - Business Basics for Entrepreneurs

    Credit(s): 4
    BUS BASICS FOR ENTREPRENEURS
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to basic concepts from accounting, finance, management, and operations management that are pertinent to starting and running a new business. Topics are covered by subject matter experts.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 4 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 150 . RESTRICTIONS: Provides foundational knowledge for students who will not otherwise acquire business basics knowledge as part of their major degree program. This course is NOT required for students who complete a business core that includes FINC 200  or higher, BUAD 100  or higher, and ACCT 200  or higher.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Course Typically Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 155 - Start Up of the Professional You

    Credit(s): 1
    STARTUP THE PROFESSIONAL YOU
    Component: Lecture
    Focuses on the development of practical professional skills, building meaningful relationships and fostering an entrepreneurial mindset. Students will learn how to brand themselves through the use of social media; acquire communication, social influence, and networking skills; and develop an understanding of how to succeed in any workplace.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 156 - From Ideas to Action

    Credit(s): 1
    FROM IDEAS TO ACTION
    Component: Discussion
    Introduction to the entrepreneurial process involved in generating ideas and moving from an idea to entrepreneurial action. Tools and practices associated with evidence-based entrepreneurship, which can be described as “building a business like a scientist,” are emphasized. Focus is on conceiving, initial testing and pitching of a business idea that is of interest in pursuing.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation

  
  • ENTR 157 - Venturing for Good

    Credit(s): 1
    VENTURING FOR GOOD
    Component: Discussion
    Introduction to key concepts and challenges associated with utilizing entrepreneurial ventures as a sustainable and effective means for addressing important societal and environmental problems. Use of an evidence-based process and giving special attention to the needs of beneficiaries in developing revenue generating nonprofit organizations and mission-driven businesses are emphasized as best practices for turning ideas into action.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications

  
  • ENTR 158 - Inventions, Innovations & New Technologies

    Credit(s): 1
    INVENTIONS & NEW TECHS
    Just because something is new does not mean it’s also useful. There’s a big difference between invention and innovation. Provides engineers, designers, technologists and anyone interested in new ideas with a basic understanding of the processes used to translate new technologies and inventions into marketable innovations and new ventures. Explores grand challenges and disruptive new technologies that may help to address them
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 160 - Professional Development for Innovators I

    Credit(s): 1
    PROF DEVELOPMENT INNOVATORS I
    Component: Discussion
    Through workshops, networking opportunities, and reflections, this course provides a solid foundation for developing the personal capacities needed to successfully adapt and thrive amidst rapid change. It is designed to be taken during your first semester as an entrepreneurship major.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Pass/Not Pass
    RESTRICTIONS: Entrepreneurship majors only.
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENTR 161 - Professional Development for Innovators II

    Credit(s): 1
    PROF DEVELOPMENT INNOVATORS II
    Component: Discussion
    Through workshops, networking opportunities, and reflections, this course continues to build a solid foundation for developing the personal capacities needed to successfully adapt and thrive amidst rapid change. It is designed to be taken during your second semester as an entrepreneurship major.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Pass/Not Pass
    RESTRICTIONS: Entrepreneurship majors only.
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 166 - SPECIAL PROBLEM

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SPECIAL PROBLEM
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 167 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 0-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Summer
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 253 - Individual Leadership - Building a Foundation for Success

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP
    You can’t lead others until you begin the lifetime, rhythmic process of leading yourself. While this seems intuitive and easy, experience teaches that it is a difficult, ever-lasting challenge. Focuses on developing the mindset, habits, character ethic and capabilities needed to continuously improve your life and the lives of those you care most about. Great questions, great thinking and thoughtful reflection are emphasized.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with LEAD 253 .
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 256 - Mindfulness for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 1
    MINDFULNESS FOR INNOVATION
    Provides an introduction to mindfulness practices to: increase cognitive flexibility, improve problem solving, overcome failure, and develop skills pertinent to innovation and creativity. Students will receive coaching on how to apply mindfulness strategies in their daily lives, specifically in the areas of human performance and innovation. Based on emerging research, participants will learn to develop and capitalize on attentional skills for success in problem solving, leadership, stress management, and resilience. 
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BHAN 256 .
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 260 - Landing Your Dream Internship

    Credit(s): 1
    LANDING YOUR DREAM INTERNSHIP
    Component: Discussion
    Every student / entrepreneur should be able to create a vision of their future and define tangible goals to achieve it. This course will be fast-paced. It will teach and walk students through the process of networking and ideally, obtaining an actual internship to advance toward their desired future.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Entrepreneurship majors only.
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENTR 267 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 350 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 3
    INTRO TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    Component: Lecture
    Focus on understanding the basic concepts, tools, and practices of entrepreneurship and the development of entrepreneurial skills. The entrepreneurial process (opportunity recognition, resource marshaling, and team building driven by communication, creativity, and leadership) and business planning are emphasized.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 350 .
    University Breadth: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 351 - Entrepreneurial Marketing

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTREPRENEURIAL MARKETING
    Component: Lecture
    Explore basic and advanced marketing topics pertinent to bringing new innovations to market, including: product concept testing and the new product development process; customer behavior as it relates to the adoption of new products; characteristics of high technology and other types of entrepreneurial markets; test marketing; market segmentation, targeting, and positioning; the formulation of go-to-market strategies (including product, distribution, promotional, and pricing strategies); and entrepreneurial selling.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 351 .
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 353 - ENTR Apprentice: Leadership & Influence

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTR APPRENTICE LEAD & INFLUEN
    Component: Discussion
    Focus on the development of entrepreneurial leadership and influence skills through the completion of hands-on tasks in actual business situations.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 355 - User-Centered Research Methods for Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 3
    USER-CENTERED RESEARCH METHODS
    Component: Lecture
    Provides foundational tools for understanding customer and societal issues on an individual and contextualized level. User-centered research methods such as observation, depth interviewing, cultural consensus analysis and projective techniques are applied to identifying problems, unmet needs and opportunities. User-centered methods are also utilized to guide idea generation and solution testing as students engage in real-world application across a variety of fields.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 356 - Creativity and Design Thinking

    Credit(s): 3
    CREATIVITY AND DESIGN THINKING
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to creativity theory and creative problem-solving, including the highly valuable capacities of design thinking. Topics include creativity processes, problem-finding, user-experience methods, idea-generating techniques and developing a creative disposition. Students also develop design thinking skills as they engage in creative activity.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • ENTR 360 - Entrepreneurship in the Health Sciences

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HEALTH SCI
    Provides structured guidance to students who have been accepted for participation in the First Step Grand Challenges Program. This includes a focus on executing a user-centered and evidence-based innovation & entrepreneurship process, effectively engaging domain experts & mentors and reflecting on first-hand experiences to maximize learning.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with HLTH 360 . RESTRICTIONS: Students must be accepted into the First Step program in the College of Health Sciences.
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 364 - Entrepreneurship in Practice: Internship

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN PRACTICE
    Component: Internship
    Emphasizes career development, reflection, and personal assessment. It is designed to accompany a minimum of 100 hours of employment in an entrepreneurial context.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 363 . PREREQ: ENTR 350  and ENTR 351  or Permission of Instructor. RESTRICTIONS: Enrollment is limited to students who are participating in the E-Internship Program (through the Entrepreneurial Studies Program) or an internship that has been approved by the course instructor.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall, Summer and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation

  
  • ENTR 366 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

    Credit(s): 1-6
    INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 367 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 409 - Prototype to Product

    Credit(s): 3
    PROTOTYPE TO PRODUCT
    This studio-based course is centered on substantively advancing early stage prototypes, from prior courses such as Senior Engineering Design, into real-world products. Work in teams on pre-selected projects, with project deliverables and milestones agreed upon within student teams and amongst the faculty instructors. Periodic lectures that will expose students to topics such as advanced prototyping techniques, design for manufacture, and select entrepreneurial concepts. The latter will include end user profiling, market size estimation, cost-of-goods analysis, and building basic business models in order to guide commercialization decisions.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with MEEG 409 . RESTRICTIONS: Permission of instructor.
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 410 - Acceptance and Resistance to Innovation

    Credit(s): 3
    ACCEPT & REST TO INNOVATION
    Why are novel technologies readily accepted in some communities, yet resisted in other communities? Students will learn through case studies of historical technologies such as the printing press, farm mechanization, and refrigeration as well as contemporary technologies such as genetically modified foods and solar energy.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with CHEG 410 .
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 420 - Social Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 3
    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    Component: Discussion
    Focus on developing creative, sustainable solutions to address societal problems. The course is designed to empower students to see social entrepreneurship as a force for social change and give them the knowledge, skills and connections needed to make an impact on the lives of others.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications

  
  • ENTR 450 - Business Accelerator for New Ventures

    Credit(s): 1-6
    BUS ACCELERATOR FOR ENTREP
    Component: Lecture
    Focus on helping students who have well-developed business ideas and/or existing businesses to accelerate the startup & growth of their companies. Begin with the conduct of a business model audit to determine appropriate goals/milestones for each business. Students will be tasked with developing and implementing strategies to accomplish their goals/milestones. Whenever possible, students will be connected with providers of needed services, financial resources, and mentors.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 450 . PREREQ: ENTR 350 /BUAD 350  and ENTR 351 /BUAD 351   OR REQUIRES PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENTR 451 - Special Topics in Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 3
    SPEC TOPICS IN ENTREP
    Component: Lecture
    Examines selected topics of current interest in various areas of entrepreneurship.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with BUAD 451 . PREREQ: ENTR 350 /BUAD 350  ENTR 351 /BUAD 351  or requires permission of instructor.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENTR 452 - Entrepreneurial Selling

    Credit(s): 3
    ENTREPRENEURIAL SELLING
    Selling, broadly defined, is critical to the formation, development and success of any new venture - from projects for social change to start up businesses. Every maker, innovator and entrepreneur needs to be able to sell if they hope to effectively communicate their vision, recruit a team, learn from customers, secure funding and accomplish their higher purpose. Focuses on general practices as well as the unique aspects of selling in entrepreneurial contexts.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Credit may be awarded for only one of ENTR452 and BUAD470.
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 455 - Startup Experience I

    Credit(s): 3
    STARTUP EXPERIENCE I
    Component: Discussion
    Students work together in interdisciplinary teams to learn and utilize a repeatable method for developing viable business concepts. Core topics include: customer development, lean startup, types of businesses, opportunity recognition, ideation, validation of business model hypotheses, intellectual property, business strategy, team building, and venture capital.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: This course is part I of the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship’s Startup eeperience. Permission from the Horn Program is required for enrollment.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENTR 456 - Startup Experience II

    Credit(s): 3
    STARTUP EXPERIENCE II
    Component: Discussion
    Involves attempting to develop and launch a high growth potential business. Students work together in interdisciplinary teams to validate their business concepts, optimize business processes and strategies, and begin to acquire customers. Challenges associated with rapid growth are emphasized.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: ENTR 455 . RESTRICTIONS: This course is part II of the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship’s Startup experience. ENTR 455  or permission from the Horn Program is required.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 457 - Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs

    Credit(s): 3
    LEGAL ISSUES FOR ENTREPRENEURS
    Component: Lecture
    Explores important legal issues faced by entrepreneurs as they put their ideas into action. Topics are sequenced to mirror the entrepreneurial process, beginning with pre-startup issues like partnership agreements and intellectual property, continuing to entity formation, governance and ownership issues, and ending with emerging growth and exit transactions.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ACCT 457 .
    University Breadth: Social and Behavioral Sciences College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing

  
  • ENTR 458 - Developing New Technology-Based Products

    Credit(s): 3
    NEW TECH-BASED PRODUCT DEV
    Component: Practicum
    Presents frameworks for developing commercially feasible products from new technologies. Students work together in teams to complete proof of concept testing that typically involves primary and secondary market research and an assessment of technological feasibility, value, and use for specific applications.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 459 - Startup Finance & Raising Capital for Entrepreneurs

    Credit(s): 3
    STARTUP FINANCE & RAISING CAP
    Component: Lecture
    Examines the sources of capital for new and growing companies with a special emphasis on angel investment, venture capital, private equity, and non-dilutive and other niche options; the management of cash flows; uses of capital; and financial statement presentation and analysis (a cornerstone of valuation, lending/borrowing, and investing). Case examples and live projects are emphasized to provide students with firsthand experience in financial decision making for startup and emerging growth businesses.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with FINC 459 .
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5B: Reason Computationally GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENTR 460 - High Technology Entrepreneurship

    Credit(s): 3
    HIGH TECH ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    Component: Lecture
    Focus on critical financial, legal, scientific and engineering issues confronted during initial planning stages of a start-up enterprise. Students work in teams to develop a real world business product offering.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ELEG 460 , MSEG 425 . RESTRICTIONS: Senior status, permission of instructor.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENTR 461 - Corporate Innovation & Intrapreneurship

    Credit(s): 3


    INNOVATION & INTRAPRENEURSHIP
    Component: Discussion
    Every company faces an innovation imperative. In other words, they need to continuously improve their products and bring new offerings into the marketplace or risk being disrupted by competitive forces. This course focuses on corporate innovation and intrapreneurship. Unique challenges associated with exploring new ideas while optimizing value delivery and capture from existing products are highlighted. Special attention is given to issues of governance, leadership, technology introduction, portfolio management, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.

     
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option


    PREREQ: Completion of ENTR 156 or ENTR 350  prior to taking this course is recommended, but not required.
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • ENTR 464 - Social Entrepreneurship Practicum

    Credit(s): 3
    SOCIAL ENTR PRACTICUM
    Component: Internship
    Provides students with guided reflection and learning as they engage in a practical social entrepreneurial engagement of their choice. This may include participation in established programs within the University, such as First Step Grand Challenges, Service Learning Scholar, or others; or may be an internship engagement with an organization, issue, or cause outside the University.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Student experiences must be approved in advance by the course instructor. May be repeated one time for credit.
    College of Engineering Breadth: COE Professional & Career Preparation Requirement Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 466 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

    Credit(s): 1-6
    INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 467 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENTR 489 - Eco-Entrepreneurship Practicum

    Credit(s): 3
    ECO-ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRACTICUM
    Complete an eco-entrepreneurship practicum of their choosing (subject to instructor approval) and receive structured guidance. Must involve helping to solve an environmental problem confronting society and include 100+ hours with a primary focus on working to develop a new and uniquely valuable solution to the problem. May include participation in established enrichment/co-curricular programs within the University; such as First Step Grand Challenges, Service Learning Scholars, or VentureOn; alternatively, it may involve an internship with an entity beyond the University.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with GEOG 489 , GEOL 489  and MAST 489 . RESTRICTIONS: Completion of a basic entrepreneurship course prior to enrollment is strongly recommended.
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience
    General Education Objectives:

Environmental Science

  
  • ENSC 101 - Introduction to the Environment

    Credit(s): 1-3
    INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT
    Component: Lecture
    Broad overview of environmental science and studies. Introduction to the science and policy issues associated with environmental work, explore specific perspectives and approaches. Case studies are used to highlight current pressing issues and work ongoing at the university.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ENVR 101 . RESTRICTIONS: Open to Freshman Geography, Meteorology, Evironmental Science and Environmental Studies majors only.
    Requirement Designations: First Year Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENSC 102 - Introduction to Environmental Science

    Credit(s): 3
    INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    Component: Lecture
    Exploration of the field of environmental science, ranging in topics from changes in population to climate change, with a focus on the various components of the environment. For each topic, students will gain background knowledge on the topic, and then explore deeper through case studies.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    University Breadth: Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 166 - Special Problem

    Credit(s): 1-3
    SPECIAL PROBLEM
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 167 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 266 - Special Problem

    Credit(s): 1-3
    SPECIAL PROBLEM
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 267 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 300 - Earth Systems: Science and Policy

    Credit(s): 3
    EARTH SYSTEMS:SCIENCE & POLICY
    Component: Lecture
    Integrative framework necessary to understand the systems approach to environmental science and its intersection with environmental policy and management. Introduction to systems theory within environmental science and its relevance to environmental policy.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ENVR 300 . RESTRICTIONS: Environmental Science and Studies Majors only.
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENSC 366 - Independent Study

    Credit(s): 1-6
    INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 367 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 370 - Energy on Earth

    Credit(s): 3
    ENERGY ON EARTH
    Reviews all energy types available on Earth (including coal, petroleum, natural gas, nuclear, geothermal, hydro, wind, solar, wave, tidal, and biomass), energy sources and end uses, energy resource assessments, energy conversions, energy system impacts on the environment, and future energy scenarios.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: PHYS 201  or higher, MATH 115  or higher, and CHEM 104 /CHEM 134  or higher.
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 412 - Ecosystem Ecology

    Credit(s): 3
    ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY
    Addresses the interactions between organisms and their environment as an integrated system, and involves the study of energy and material flows through ecosystems. Introduce how science of ecosystem ecology is relevant for understanding components of the Earth System (atmosphere, climate, geological systems). 
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 425 - Environmental Field Methods

    Credit(s): 3
    ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD METHODS
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to the instrumentation and measurement techniques involved in theobservation and monitoring of environmental systems. Issues concerningexperimental design, instrument performance, instrument calibration and dataquality control are discussed in the context of field experiments.
    Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Environmental science majors are given preference in enrolling.
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing

  
  • ENSC 426 - Alpine Environmental Field Methods

    Credit(s): 3


    ALPINE ENV. FIELD METHODS
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to field measurement techniques and field analysis during a travel and field learning experience to an alpine area. Field mapping, observation, use of handheld instrumentation, and field estimation methods.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with GEOL 426 .

      RESTRICTIONS: Permission of instructor. 

    This course requires significant outdoor physical activity, camping, and an August field trip with a fee that covers travel expenses. Permission of instructor is required to make sure students know what they are getting into. 


    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5B: Reason Computationally GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENSC 450 - Proseminar in the Environment

    Credit(s): 3
    PROSEMINAR IN THE ENVIRONMENT
    Component: Lecture
    Discussion of the history and state of environmental science as through detailed exploration of a current environmental problem. Survey of research topics and methodologies in the current scientific literature related to the topic of interest.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ENVR 450 . RESTRICTIONS: Open to meteorology, and environmental science and studies majors only, or requires permission of instructor.
    Capstone: Senior-Level Seminar Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENSC 464 - Environmental Internship

    Credit(s): 1-6
    ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP
    Component: Internship
    Internship experience that integrates environmental science and/or studies learning goals in an experiential environment. To satisfy the Field Experience requirement, the internship MUST include data collection, analysis and interpretation and weekly reports/logs that include student reflection on the internship experience. Internship must be approved by the environmental science and studies program and include oversight by a faculty member.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ENVR 464 . RESTRICTIONS: May be repeated up to six credits.
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Fall, Summer and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 466 - Independent Study

    Credit(s): 1-6
    INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 467 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 468 - Honors: Directed Research

    Credit(s): 3-6
    HONORS: DIRECTED RESEARCH
    Component: Independent Study
    Constitutes a directed research experience for honors students. Topics of research will be in the realm of environmental science and/or studies, depending on the interests and expertise of the student and supervising faculty member.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: May be crosslisted with ENVR 468 . RESTRICTIONS: Honors Only.
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENSC 475 - Environmental Statistics

    Credit(s): 3
    ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to statistical methods for analyzing environmental data. Relevant probability and sampling theory is introduced, as well as procedures for summarizing, modeling and estimating and making inferences from environmental data. A computer-based statistical package is used to explore behavior of different statistical techniques with a variety of environmental data sets.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with STAT 475 . RESTRICTIONS: If STAT 475  is taken, degree credit cannot be given for any of the following courses: STAT 470 , STAT 471  or MATH 450 .
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5B: Reason Computationally


Environmental Studies

  
  • ENVR 101 - Introduction to the Environment

    Credit(s): 1-3
    INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENT
    Component: Lecture
    Broad overview of environmental science and studies. Introduction to the science and policy issues associated with environmental work, explore specific perspectives and approaches. Case studies are used to highlight current pressing issues and work ongoing at the university.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with ENSC 101 . RESTRICTIONS: Open to Freshman Geography, Meteorology, Evironmental Science and Environmental Studies majors only.
    Requirement Designations: First Year Experience
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENVR 300 - Earth Systems: Science and Policy

    Credit(s): 3
    EARTH SYSTEMS:SCIENCE & POLICY
    Component: Lecture
    Integrative framework necessary to understand the systems approach to environmental science and its intersection with environmental policy and management. Introduction to systems theory within environmental science and its relevance to environmental policy.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with ENSC 300 . RESTRICTIONS: Environmental Science and Studies Majors only.
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE5A: Reason Quantitatively GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • ENVR 450 - Proseminar in the Environment

    Credit(s): 3
    PROSEMINAR IN THE ENVIRONMENT
    Component: Lecture
    Discussion of the history and state of environmental science as through detailed exploration of a current environmental problem. Survey of research topics and methodologies in the current scientific literature related to the topic of interest.
    Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with ENSC 450 . RESTRICTIONS: Open to meteorology, and environmental science and studies majors only, or requires permission of instructor.
    Capstone: Senior-Level Seminar
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1A: Read Critically GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • ENVR 464 - Environmental Internship

    Credit(s): 1-6
    ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP
    Component: Internship
    Internship experience that integrates environmental science and/or studies learning goals in an experiential environment. To satisfy the Field Experience requirement, the internship MUST include data collection, analysis and interpretation and weekly reports/logs that include student reflection on the internship experience. Internship must be approved by the environmental science and studies program and include oversight by a faculty member.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with ENSC 464 . RESTRICTIONS: May be repeated up to six credits.
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • ENVR 468 - Honors: Directed Research

    Credit(s): 3-6
    HONORS: DIRECTED RESEARCH
    Component: Independent Study
    Constitutes a directed research experience for honors students. Topics of research will be in the realm of environmental science and/or studies, depending on the interests and expertise of the student and supervising faculty member.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with ENSC 468 . RESTRICTIONS: Honors Only.
    General Education Objectives:

Fashion and Apparel Studies

  
  • FASH 114 - Fashion, Style and Culture

    Credit(s): 3
    FASHION, STYLE & CULTURE
    Component: Lecture
    Introduces the concepts of fashion, style, and culture as they relate to how products are conceived and developed. The impact of cultural contexts and societal diversity on apparel industry practices are considered.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • FASH 122 - Apparel Product Assembly

    Credit(s): 3
    APPAREL PRODUCT ASSEMBLY
    Component: Lecture
    Basic clothing construction procedures, fitting techniques and methods of evaluation for apparel are addressed. Construction skills are developed through a set of seam samples and construction of a blouse and skirt using a commercial pattern.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 133 - Foundations for Fashion Innovation

    Credit(s): 3
    FOUNDATIONS FASH INNOVATION
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to design through the physical application of various art media as applied to the study of 2- dimensional and 3-dimensional design. Study of design criteria and artistic objectives as they relate to the environment. Explore current and emerging technologies in fashion design.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP A: A&S Creative Arts & Humanities Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 165 - Fashion and Apparel Studies Seminar

    Credit(s): 1
    FASHION & APPAREL STUD SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Create awareness of career opportunities and develop techniques for success in the fields of fashion merchandising and apparel design.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 1 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 166 - SPECIAL PROBLEM

    Credit(s): 1-3
    SPECIAL PROBLEM
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 167 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 180 - Introduction to Apparel Product Development and Management

    Credit(s): 3
    APPAREL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
    Component: Lecture
    Introduction to apparel product development, apparel garment analysis, basic textiles, and sewing methods; introduction to the product development calendar and the tech pack, sizing and fit, costing, overview of production and technology used in apparel product development.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 210 - Seminar on Fashion and Sustainability

    Credit(s): 3
    SEMINAR FASHION SUSTAINABILITY
    Component: Discussion
    Introduction to emerging cannon of theory and practice regarding Sustainability as it relates to fashion. Centered on four components of Sustainability and Social Responsibility: Labor, Environment, Consumption and Body Image.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Apparel design and fashion merchandising majors only.
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications

  
  • FASH 213 - Development of Contemporary Fashion: Cultural Expressions

    Credit(s): 3
    CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS
    Component: Lecture
    Examines the culture and clothing practices of various ethinic groups and their influences on Western apparel fashion and textile arts during the 20th and 21st Centuries.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    University Breadth: History and Cultural Change College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP B: A&S History & Cultural Change Requirement Designations: Multicultural Course Typically Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • FASH 214 - Development of Fashion: Ancient World to 1600

    Credit(s): 3
    FASHION: ANCIENT WORLD TO 1600
    Component: Lecture
    Clothing as a mirror of civilization in Western Europe and the Middle East from antiquity through the 16th century. Influence of societal, economic and aesthetic factors upon the development of clothing.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    University Breadth: History and Cultural Change College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP B: A&S History & Cultural Change Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • FASH 215 - Fundamentals of Textiles I

    Credit(s): 3
    FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES I
    Component: Lecture
    Science principles are the basis for understanding fibers. Relationships between the chemical and physical characteristics of fibers and properties such as tensile strength, flammability, elasticity, moisture absorption, dye affinity, and recyclability are explored. Understanding science principles in relation to textile properties provides basis for evaluation of textile products.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: CHEM 100  or CHEM 101 .
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • FASH 218 - Introduction to Fashion Business

    Credit(s): 3
    INTRO TO FASHION BUSINESS
    Component: Lecture
    An overview of the fashion business by examining the fundamental concepts and strategies related to merchandising and retailing of fashion and apparel products. Current practices and trends in the fashion industry are examined.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally

  
  • FASH 220 - Fundamentals of Textiles II

    Credit(s): 3
    FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES II
    Component: Lecture
    Fundamental concepts related to yarns, fabric, structures, coloration and finishes. Emphasis placed upon structural properties as they related to end-use characteristics and finishing processes. Discusses environmental problems related to textile production, dyeing and finishing.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 215   RESTRICTIONS: Fashion merchandising and apparel design majors only.
    Course Typically Offered: Fall and Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE5C: Reason Scientifically

  
  • FASH 221 - Creative and Technical Design Studio

    Credit(s): 3
    CREATIVE TECH STUDIO
    Component: Lecture
    Comparative study of foundation principles and processes of apparel design and production utilizing draping, flat pattern, drafting and computer-aided design techniques. Includes development of master patterns, execution of advanced garment assembly processes, and communication of design plans using effective layout and presentation skills. Apparel design problems introduce the interplay among functional, aesthetic, social, technical, and sustainable factors.  Introduction to the tech pack.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 122 .
    Course Typically Offered: Fall
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Creative Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 224 - Development of Fashion: 1600 to World War I

    Credit(s): 3
    FASHION: 1600 to WORLD WAR I
    Component: Lecture
    Clothing design and production in America and Western Europe since 1600. Study of craft skills, growth of ready-to-wear industry, and Haute Couture.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    University Breadth: History and Cultural Change College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP B: A&S History & Cultural Change Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • FASH 233 - Fashion Drawing and Rendering

    Credit(s): 3
    FASHION DRAWING & RENDERING
    Component: Lecture
    Drawing from the fashion model; emphasis on rendering clothing character, fabrics and fashion details using various media; introduction to flat sketching via computer; translation of drawings to finished fashion illustrations.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 133 .
    Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 266 - SPECIAL PROBLEM

    Credit(s): 1-3
    SPECIAL PROBLEM
    Component: Independent Study
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 267 - SEMINAR

    Credit(s): 1-6
    SEMINAR
    Component: Lecture
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 99 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 314 - Apparel Design By Flat Pattern

    Credit(s): 3
    APPAREL DESIGN BY FLAT PATTERN
    Component: Lecture
    Advanced flat pattern and drafting using the torso block to design tailored jackets and coats through the lenses of aesthetics, function/fit, sustainability, and marketability. Design projects require research of a design concept for a target market, consideration of sustainable design solutions, sketching, development of presentation boards, patternmaking, and construction of a complete garment.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 221 .
    Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 319 - Dress and Textiles in World Cultures

    Credit(s): 3
    DRESS AND TEXTILES
    Component: Lecture
    Examination of similarities and differences in the dress of culturally distinct groups: analysis of functions served by dress and textiles factors influencing changes in cultural forms of dress.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    University Breadth: History and Cultural Change College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP B: A&S History & Cultural Change Requirement Designations: Multicultural Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures

  
  • FASH 320 - Fashion and Apparel Internship

    Credit(s): 1-3
    FASHION & APPAREL INTERNSHIP
    Component: Internship
    An off-campus supervised and coordinated field study program in fashion/apparel related areas.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 218 .
    Requirement Designations: Discovery Learning Experience Course Typically Offered: Winter and Summer
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1B: Analyze Arguments and Information GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2A: Communicate Effectively in Writing GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures GE4: Critically Evaluate Ethical Implications

  
  • FASH 321 - Travel Study Program

    Credit(s): 1-6
    TRAVEL STUDY PROGRAM
    Component: Lecture
    Study of the domestic and/or international textiles and apparel and allied fashion industries through a variey of instructional methods including industry visits, research projects and service learning activities. Instructional methods vary by countries visited and courses offered.
    Repeatable for Credit: Y Allowed Units: 6 Multiple Term Enrollment: Y Grading Basis: Student Option
    RESTRICTIONS: Requires FASH faculty approval through an application process. Offered at regular intervals.
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
  
  • FASH 324 - Apparel Design By Draping

    Credit(s): 3
    APPAREL DESIGN BY DRAPING
    Component: Lecture
    Exploration of three dimensional methods of apparel design. Focuses on design and execution of draped garment structures. Design projects require research of a design concept for a target market, consideration of sustainable design solutions, sketching, development of presentation boards, patternmaking, and construction of a complete garment.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    PREREQ: FASH 233 , FASH 314 . COREQ: FASH 220 .
    Course Typically Offered: Spring
    General Education Objectives:
    GE1C: Engage in Constructive Ideation GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 325 - Multimedia Fashion Presentations

    Credit(s): 3
    MULTIMEDIA FASH PRESENTATIONS
    Component: Lecture
    Development of oral, written, and graphic presentation skills used for communication in the fashion industry. Multimedia presentation applications are utilized.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Course Typically Offered: Verify offering with Dept
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression

  
  • FASH 326 - Citizen Artistry: Engaging Communities, Classrooms, and Concert Halls

    Credit(s): 3
    CITIZEN ARTISTRY
    Component: Lecture
    Students will explore definitions of “citizen artist” and “teaching artist” and how these labels connect social consciousness with their specific discipline. Students will explore Lincoln Center Education’s “Six Fundamentals of Teaching Artistry,” and experience them firsthand through sample workshops and group discussion.  Students will gain skills in regards to programming, audience engagement, curriculum integration, artistic activation, and more.
    Repeatable for Credit: N Allowed Units: 3 Multiple Term Enrollment: N Grading Basis: Student Option
    Crosslisted: Crosslisted with MUSC 326  and THEA 326 .
    University Breadth: Social and Behavioral Sciences College of Arts and Sciences Breadth: GROUP C: A&S Social & Behavioral Sci
    General Education Objectives:
    GE2B: Communicate Orally GE2C: Communicate Through Creative Expression GE3A: Work Collaboratively Across a Variety of Cultures GE3B: Work Individually Across a Variety of Cultures

 

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