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Finding a Course in this List: The UCF courses in this section are listed alphabetically by prefix. Consult the “Common Course
Numbering System” section of the Undergraduate Catalog for additional information.
Availability of Courses: The University does not offer all of the courses listed in this Undergraduate Catalog each academic year, academic
semester, or term. Consult the online Class Schedule at https://my.ucf.edu for those courses offered each semester/term. At the end of each
course description is information on the planned scheduling of the course, (Fall, Spring or Occasional-department scheduled, Odd-Even based on
year of term), and any applicable Material and Supply (M&S) Fee.

ACG 2021                 BA-ACCT                   3(3,0)         ACG 4651              BA-ACCT                     3(3,0)            AFA 3955                 CAH-AAS                    6(6,0)
Principles of Financial Accounting: PR:                           Auditing: PR: Accounting major or minor, ACG 3141 and               Study Abroad in Eastern Caribbean: PR: LAS
Sophomore standing and MAC 1105 or equivalent. Nature             ACG 4401C with a grade of “C” or better. The standards,             4023 or Junior standing. Interdisciplinary study abroad
of accounting, financial statements, the accounting cycle,        practices, and procedures followed in the audit function.           program focuses on the arts and humanities of African
assets, current liabilities, long-term debt, and owner’s          Fall, Spring.                                                       diasporic cultures in the Eastern Caribbean. Occasional.
equity; accounting for proprietorships and corporations.
Fall, Spring.                                                     ACG 4671               BA-ACCT                     3(3,0)           AFA 4105                CAH-AAS                     3(3,0)
                                                                  Internal Auditing: PR: Accounting major or minor,                   Documenting African American Heritage and
ACG 2021H              BA-ACCT                3(3,0)              ACG 3131 or ACG 3361. Theory and practice of internal               Life: PR: AFA 3104 or Junior standing. Community-based
Honors Principles of Financial Accounting:                        auditing and the use of internal auditing in organizational         exploration of tools, methods, and techniques of document-
PR: MAC 1105 and consent of Honors. Same as ACG 2021              control. Fall, Spring.                                              ing African American life and heritage, focusing on Central
with honors level content. Occasional.                                                                                                Florida black communities. Occasional.
                                                                  ACG 4803               BA-ACCT                    3(3,0)
ACG 2071                 BA-ACCT                        3(3,0)    Contemporary Issues in Accounting: PR: ACG                          AFA 5930                CAH-AAS                     3(3,0)
Principles of Managerial Accounting: PR: ACG                      3141, ACG 3361, ACG 4401C, TAX 4001. A study of                     Topics in African American Studies: PR:
2021 and MAC 1105 or equivalent. The purpose of this              accounting that integrates knowledge gained in previous             Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. This interdis-
class is to thoroughly familiarize the student with the various   accounting coursework through critical analysis, practical          ciplinary seminar uses primary texts to examine the impact
uses of accounting information for planning and control.          research assignments, and capstone cases. Fall, Spring.             of black culture, aesthetic and philosophical ideas on 20th
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                         century American society. Occasional.
                                                                  ADE 4382               ED-TLP                     3(3,0)
ACG 3082              BA-ACCT                    3(3,0)           Teaching Adult Learners in Technical                                AFH 3100                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
Accounting For Non-Business Majors: PR:                           Programs: PR: EVT 3365 or CI. Planning for and                      African History to 1870: PR: C.I. Sub-Saharan
Junior Standing. Accounting and reporting from an invest-         teaching of adult learners in formal & informal technical           African institutions and peoples from the earliest time until
ment and managerial decision making perspective.                  settings. Fall.                                                     1870. Occasional.
Occasional.
                                                                  ADV 3008                 COS-COMM                   3(3,0)          AFH 3200                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
ACG 3131                BA-ACCT                      3(3,0)       Principles of Advertising: PR: SPC 1608, or SPC                     African History Since 1870: PR: C.I. Sub-Saharan
Financial Accounting Concepts and Analysis:                       1603, or COM 1000. Overview of the field of advertising;            African history from 1870 to the present. Occasional.
PR: Junior Standing, Accounting major or minor, and ACG           purposes, techniques, the role of agencies, advertisers and
2021, ACG 2071 with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better.               the media. Fall, Spring.                                            AFH 5259               CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
Technical knowledge about accounting measurement, and                                                                                 Colloquium in African History: PR: Graduate
disclosure plus the study of how accounting reports are           ADV 4101             COS-COMM                     3(3,0)            standing or C.I. Readings on selected topics in African
analyzed, and interpreted by external users. Fall, Spring.        Advertising Copywriting: PR: AD/PR majors only                      History. May be used in the degree program a maximum of
                                                                  and ADV 3008 and PUR 4000. Advertising copywriting                  3 times. Odd Fall.
ACG 3141               BA-ACCT                      3(3,0)        teaches the development of creative strategies for adver-
Intermediate Financial Accounting II: PR:                         tising and emphasizes writing for various ad media. Fall,           AFH 5806                CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
Accounting major or minor, ACG 3131 with a grade of “C”           Spring.                                                             The Historiography of Slavery in Africa: PR:
(2.0) or better. Accounting theory and practice related to                                                                            Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Course covers
preparation, and interpretation of external financial state-      ADV 4103                 COS-COMM                       3(3,0)      the central issues and controversies in the historiography of
ments. Fall, Spring.                                              Radio-Television Advertising: PR: R/TV or AD/                       slavery in Africa. Occasional.
                                                                  PR Majors only and ADV 3008 or C.I. Radio and television
ACG 3361                 BA-ACCT                       3(3,0)     advertising sales, including interpretation of rate structures,     AFR 1101C              ECS-AFROTC                  1(1,2)
Cost Accounting I: PR: Junior standing, Accounting                program audiences, and creative approaches to sponsor               The Air Force Today I: History, mission, organization,
major or minor, and MAC 1105, ECO 2013, ECO 2023, and             needs. Fall, Spring.                                                and doctrine of the United States Air Force and a study of
ACG 2071 with a grade of “C”. Theory and practice of using                                                                            U.S. Strategic Offensive and Defensive Forces. Hands on
accounting information for managerial planning, and control       ADV 4300               COS-COMM                 3(3,0)              training. Fall.
as well as in costing, and pricing decisions. Fall, Spring.       Advertising Media Planning: PR: ADV 3008 and
                                                                  AD/PR major. Media planning and buying, including basic             AFR 1111C              ECS-AFROTC                  1(1,2)
ACG 3501                BA-ACCT                    3(3,0)         media terms, calculations, and resources. Fall.                     The Air Force Today II: A brief review of the Army,
Financial Accounting for Governmental and                                                                                             Navy, and Marine forces. An introduction to special opera-
Nonprofit Organizations: PR: Accounting major                     AFA 2300            CAH-AAS                  3(3,0)                 tions and counterinsurgency. Spring.
or minor, and a grade of “C” (2.0) or better in ACG 3131.         African American Music: Comprehensive look at
Application of financial accounting for governmental and          music written and made popular by African Americans.                AFR 2130C                ECS-AFROTC                 1(1,2)
nonprofit organizations. Fall, Spring.                            Occasional.                                                         The Development of Air Power I: A study of the
                                                                                                                                      development of air power from experiments by 18th-century
ACG 4252                BA-ACCT                     3(3,0)        AFA 3102                 CAH-AAS                       3(3,0)       balloonists to the achievement of combat air power capabili-
International Financial and Managerial                            Black Perspectives: A Multidisciplinary                             ties during World War II. Hands on training. Fall.
Accounting: PR: Accounting major or minor, ACG                    Approach: PR: ENC 1102. Key issues and methodolo-
2021, ACG 2071. An examination of environmental factors           gies in African American Studies featuring presentations by         AFR 2131C               ECS-AFROTC                1(1,2)
affecting international accounting standards and multina-         representative faculty from various disciplines. Fall, Spring.      The Development of Air Power II: A study of the
tional corporate operations. Not open to accounting majors.                                                                           development of aerospace capabilities since World War II,
Occasional.                                                       AFA 3104                 CAH-AAS                      3(3,0)        highlighting technological advancements and the role of
                                                                  The Black Intellectual Experience: PR: AFA                          aerospace power in the contemporary world. Spring.
ACG 4284                BA-ACCT                       3(3,0)      3102. Interdisciplinary examination of major texts, theories,
Financial Reporting for Consolidated Entities:                    practices and philosophic foundations in Black intellectual         AFR 3220C               ECS-AFROTC                 3(3,2)
PR: ACG 3141. Financial reporting practices and issues            and cultural history. Occasional.                                   Air Force Leadership and Management I: An
related to consolidated entities including translation of for-                                                                        introductory study of Air Force management fundamentals,
eign financial statements. Occasional.                            AFA 3428                CAH-AAS                      3(3,0)         communications skills, and basic leadership styles. Hands
                                                                  Malcolm X, Black Nationalism, and                                   on training. Fall.
ACG 4401C              BA-ACCT                    3(3,1)          Internationalism: PR: AMH 2020. Comprehensive
Accounting Information Systems: PR:                               analysis of the social/political thought of Malcolm X and its       AFR 3230C            ECS-AFROTC                 3(3,2)
Accounting major or minor, ACG 3131 and CGS 2100C,                impact on Africana political struggles. Fall.                       Air Force Evaluation and Management II: PR:
with a grade of “C” or better. Manual and computer-based                                                                              AFR 3220C or C.I. A concluding study of Air Force man-
accounting information systems. Fall, Spring.                                                                                         agement fundamentals, including performance evaluation
                                                                                                                                      skills. Spring.




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UCF Courses and Descriptions
AFR 4201C               ECS-AFROTC                  3(3,2)         AMH 3558               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)         AMH 4201              CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)
National Security Affairs and Prep for Active                      History of American Law: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH                      The Gilded Age and Progressivism: PR: AMH
Duty I: PR: AFR 3220C. Examination of the military and             2020, or EUH 2000 and EUH 2001. The social, political,             2010 and AMH 2020, or C.I. The Rise of Industrialized and
its role in American society. A study of the framework and         and economic significance of the law as a historic process         Urbanized America, The emergence of the New South and
formation of defense strategy. Hands on training. Fall.            in America. Occasional.                                            the New West, the Populist Movement, overseas expansion,
                                                                                                                                      Progressivism. Occasional.
AFR 4210C                ECS-AFROTC                    3(3,2)      AMH 3561              CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
National Security Affairs and Prep for Active                      Women in American History I: PR: AMH 2010,                         AMH 4231               CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
Duty II: An examination of defense implementation and              AMH 2020. Examines women in indigenous, colonial,                  United States History: 1914-1939: PR: AMH 2010
its impact on the decision-making process. A study of the          African-American slave and free societies, Republican              and AMH 2020, or C.I. The progressive reforms of Woodrow
military justice system and its protection of individual rights.   Motherhood, impact of industrialization on women’s roles,          Wilson, World War I, post-war prosperity, the Depression,
Spring.                                                            and emergence of women’s rights movement. Occasional.              the New Deal, and the coming of World War II. Occasional.

AMH 2010               CAH-HIST              3(3,0)                AMH 3562               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)          AMH 4270                 CAH-HIST             3(3,0)
U.S. History: 1492-1877: Survey of U.S. History from               Women in American History II: PR: AMH 2010,                        United States History: 1939-1960: PR: AMH 2010
1492-1877. Fall, Spring.                                           AMH 2020 or C.I. Examines industrialization, entry of              and AMH 2020, or C.I. World War II, the Cold War and
                                                                   women into higher education and professions, winning of            America in the fifties. Occasional.
AMH 2010H            CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)              suffrage, changing profile of female wage earner, and rise
Honors U.S. History: 1492-1877: PR: Consent                        of modern feminist movement. Occasional.                           AMH 4273                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
of Honors. Survey of U.S. History from 1492-1877. Fall,                                                                               U. S. History Since 1960: PR: AMH 2010 and
Spring.                                                            AMH 3571                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)        AMH 2020 or C. I. Civil rights and Women’s Liberation
                                                                   Black American History I: PR: AMH 2010, AMH                        Movements, Vietnam War, Watergate, the decline of lib-
AMH 2020              CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)             2020 or C.I. History of Black Americans from Africa, to slav-      eralism and the rise of conservatism, end of the Cold War.
U.S. History: 1877-Present: Survey of U.S. History                 ery, to freedom and its limits in pre-World War I America.         Occasional.
from 1877 to the present. May be taken before AMH 2010.            Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                         AMH 4311                 CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
                                                                   AMH 3572               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)        American Culture I: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020, or
AMH 2020H               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)         Black American History II: PR: AMH 2010, AMH                       C.I. The European Backgrounds: Puritanism; Enlightenment;
Honors U.S. History: 1877-Present: PR:                             2020 or C.I. A history of Black America in the Twentieth           the Great Awakening; Revolutionary Thought: Romanticism;
Permission of Honors and AMH 2010 or C.I. Survey of U.S.           Century and the continuing struggle for equality in America.       the Southern Mind and the Yankee Response; Popular
History from 1877 to the present. May be taken before AMH          Occasional.                                                        Culture and the rise of recreation. Occasional.
2010. Honors-level content. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   AMH 3586              CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)            AMH 4313               CAH-HIST                       3(3,0)
AMH 3370                  CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)       History of the Hispanic Minorities in the U.S.:                    American Culture II: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020,
American Economic History: PR: AMH 2010 and                        Course begins with 16th century through the modern                 or C.I. The Darwinian Revolution; revolt of the intellectuals;
AMH 2020, or C.I. An introduction to the economic devel-           period. Special emphasis on Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, and           the media explosion; mass entertainment in mass culture;
opment of the U.S., with emphasis on agriculture, labor,           Cubans. Occasional.                                                the loss of community, the nuclear age, and presentism.
industrialization, transportation, and banking. Occasional.                                                                           Occasional.
                                                                   AMH 3610                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
AMH 3402               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)        Sport in America to 1945: PR: AMH 2010, AMH                        AMH 4375                CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
History of the South to 1865: PR: AMH 2010 or                      2020 or C.I. History of sport emphasizing development of           Technology and US Culture: PR: AMH 2010
AMH 2020 or C.I. Development of the southern colonies,             professional and collegiate sport to 1945. Occasional.             or AMH 2020. Examines the history of technology in the
beginning sectionalism, the cotton economy, and slavery,                                                                              United States, its impact on society, and society’s impact on
Calhoun’s constitutional theories, secession, Civil War and        AMH 3611                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)        technological development. Even Spring.
its aftermath. Occasional.                                         Sport in America Since 1945: PR: AMH 2010, AMH
                                                                   2020 or C.I. American sport emphasizing the development            AMH 4376               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)
AMH 3403               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)          of professional and collegiate sport since 1945. Odd Spring.       U.S. Space History: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020,
History of the South Since 1865: PR: AMH 2010                                                                                         or C.I. Post World War II US rocketry and space travel
and AMH 2020, or C.I. Reconstruction, the “solid South”            AMH 3800               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)             with focus on the role of Cape Canaveral/Kennedy Space
and the racial dilemma, progressivism for whites only,             Canadian History: Canada since Colonial times and                  Center. Occasional.
southern literature, 20th-century economic, political and          the present, but with emphasis on the period since the
social changes, and the new Reconstruction. Occasional.            British North America Act, 1867. Occasional.                       AMH 4510              CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                      Rise of the United States to World Power,
AMH 3422                CAH-HIST                       3(3,0)      AMH 4110                   CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)       1776-1914: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020, or C.I. The
Frontier Florida: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 or C.I.                Colonial America, 1607-1763: PR: AMH 2010 and                      evolution of basic American policies. American expansion.
History of Florida from U.S. territory until post-war industri-    AMH 2020, or C.I. The voyages of discovery, the origins of         America’s major wars, and the emergence of America as a
alization. Occasional.                                             the thirteen colonies, and their political, economic, social,      world power. Occasional.
                                                                   and religious life in the 17th and 18th centuries. Occasional.
AMH 3425                  CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)                                                                         AMH 4512                CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)
Sunbelt Florida: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 or                      AMH 4112              CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)             US Diplomatic History: 1914-1945: PR: AMH
C.I. History of Florida from post-war industrialization to the     The Atlantic World: PR: C.I. The impact and trans-                 2010 and AMH 2020, or C.I. U.S. diplomacy from World War
present. Occasional.                                               forming effect of the Atlantic System on the peoples of            I through World War II. Occasional.
                                                                   Western Europe, Western Africa, the Caribbean and the
AMH 3441               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)             Americas. Occasional.                                              AMH 4513               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)
History of the Frontier: Eastern America: PR:                                                                                         United States as a Great Power: 1945-Present:
AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 or C.I. The progression of the               AMH 4130              CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)          PR: AMH 2020 or C.I. U.S. diplomacy from World War II to
westward movement from the colonial settlements to the             The Age of the American Revolution, 1763-                          the present. Occasional.
Mississippi, considered as an interpretive approach to             1789: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020, or C.I. The
American history. Occasional.                                      American Revolution - its origins, course, and impact              AMH 4573               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
                                                                   upon American society - the Articles of Confederation, the         Black Militancy in the 20th Century: PR: AMH
AMH 3442               CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)            Philadelphia Convention and its work. Occasional.                  2010 and AMH 2020 or C.I. The rise and development of
History of the Frontier: Western America: PR:                                                                                         black militant organizations and how these groups have
AMH 2010 and AMH 2020, or C.I. The development of the              AMH 4140             CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)             been influenced by hostile foreign entities. Occasional.
trans-Mississippi West and its impact upon American his-           Jeffersonian America: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH
tory. Occasional.                                                  2020, or C.I. The Confederation era, the Federalists,              AMH 4644               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)
                                                                   Jeffersonian Democracy, and the War of 1812. Occasional.           Viewing American History in the Twentieth
AMH 3541                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)                                                                            Century: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 or C.I.
U. S. Military History To 1900: PR: AMH 2010 and                   AMH 4160                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)          Examination of television, film, comics, and other popular
AMH 2020. U.S. military history from the colonial period to        Jacksonian America: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH                           media as primary sources in the study of U.S. History in the
1900 focusing on the creation of American military institu-        2020, or C.I. The risk of American nationalism, Jacksonian         20th Century. Spring.
tions, conduct of war, and influence on society. Occasional.       Democracy, the Mexican War, and sectional conflict.
                                                                   Occasional.                                                        AMH 4650               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
AMH 3547                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)                                                                             History of U.S. Aviation: PR: AMH 2010 or AMH
U.S. Military History Since 1900: PR: AMH 2010                     AMH 4170              CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)          2020. Aviation development in the United States and its role
and AMH 2020, or C.I. U. S. military history since 1900            Civil War and Reconstruction: PR: AMH 2010 and                     in American culture. Even Fall.
emphasizing civil-military relations, warfare, and military        AMH 2020, or C.I. Reconstruction, and impact of industrial-
developments. Occasional.                                          ism. Occasional.                                                   AMH 4680                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                      Women in American Science: PR: AMH 2010 or
                                                                                                                                      AMH 2020. Examines how American society uses Western
                                                                                                                                      ideas about sex and gender to define women’s roles in sci-
                                                                                                                                      ence and their influence on their fields. Even Fall.


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                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
AMH 5116                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)         AML 3031              CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)            AML 4265                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
Colloquium in U.S. Colonial History: PR:                          American Literature I: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better              Florida Writers: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required
Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Reading and          required in ENC 1102. Major American writers from begin-           in ENC 1102 and ENG 3014. This course will examine
discussion of the literature on selected topics in colonial       ning through Whitman. Fall, Spring.                                writers who have lived in and written about Florida, such as
American history. May be used in the degree program a                                                                                Hemingway, Rawlings, Hurston, and Stevens. Occasional.
maximum of 4 times. Occasional.                                   AML 3041                  CAH-ENG                3(3,0)
                                                                  American Literature II: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better             AML 4300                CAH-ENG                         3(3,0)
AMH 5137               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)       required in ENC 1102. Major American writers from Twain            Major American Authors: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
Colloquium in U.S. Revolutionary Period: PR:                      to present. Fall, Spring.                                          better required in ENG 3014. A comprehensive study of
Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Reading and                                                                             selected major American literary figures. May be repeated
class discussion of the literature on selected topics in the      AML 3283               CAH-ENG                 3(3,0)              for credit only when course content is different. Fall, Spring.
Revolutionary Era, 1763-1789. Occasional.                         Contemporary American Women’s Fiction:
                                                                  PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102.               AML 4304              CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
AMH 5149                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)       Examines how novels and short stories by contemporary              Whitman and His Heirs: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
Colloquium in Early U.S. History, 1789-1815:                      U.S. women define identity from diverse woman-centered             better required in ENG 3014. The work of American poet,
PR: Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Reading          and feminist perspectives. Occasional.                             Walt Whitman (1819-1892), and his influence on modern
and class discussion of the literature on selected topics of                                                                         American poetry. Occasional.
the early national period. Occasional.                            AML 3286               CAH-ENG                 3(3,0)
                                                                  Early American Women’s Words: PR: ENC 1102.                        AML 4321               CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
AMH 5169               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)         Women’s writings in the Americas from the 17th century             Modern American Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0)
Colloquium in Age of Jackson: PR: Graduate                        through the mid-19th century. Occasional.                          or better required in ENG 3014. Major writers of modern
standing or senior standing or C.I. Intensive reading and                                                                            American literature. Occasional.
class discussion on selected topics of the Jacksonian age.        AML 3613               CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                       Narratives of Slavery: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or bet-                AML 4630               CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
                                                                  ter required in ENC 1102. Literary representations of New          Latino/Latina Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
AMH 5176               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)        World slavery in the past and the present. Occasional.             better required in ENG 3014. U.S. literature by writers from
Colloquium in Civil War and Reconstruction:                                                                                          Latino and Latina backgrounds. Occasional.
PR: Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Intensive        AML 3614                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
reading and class discussion on selected topics of the Civil      Topics in African-American Literature: PR:                         AML 5076                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
War and Reconstruction era. Occasional.                           Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. Literature        American           Literature:          Colonial         to
                                                                  by and about African-American culture in the United States.        Contemporary: PR: Graduate status or senior standing
AMH 5219               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)       May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                            or C.I. Intended for graduate students and future teachers
Colloquium in Late 19th Century U.S.: PR:                                                                                            of America Literature, this course surveys texts produced in
Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Reading and          AML 3615                  CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)        America from the colonial period to the present. Occasional.
class discussion of the literature on selected topics of late     Harlem, Haiti, and Havana: PR: Grade of C (2.0)
19th century U.S. Occasional.                                     or better required in ENC 1102. A comparative approach to          AML 5156                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
                                                                  African American and Caribbean writers, focusing on literary       Modern American Poetry: PR: Graduate status
AMH 5296                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)       styles, historical contexts, and themes such as nationalism,       or senior standing or C.I. Study of trends, modes, major
Colloquium in 20th Century U.S.: PR: Graduate                     popular music, and folk religion. Occasional.                      figures (Eliot, Pound, H.D. Lawrence, Stevens, Hart, Crane,
standing or senior standing or C.I. Reading and class dis-                                                                           Moore, W.C. Williams, etc.) within the Modernist movement
cussion on selected topics in 20th-century U.S. May be used       AML 3640               CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)        in American poetry. Occasional.
in the degree program a maximum of 4 times. Occasional.           Native American Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0)
                                                                  or better required in ENC 1101 and ENC 1102. Native                ANG 5100                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
AMH 5378                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)       American genres, including traditional oral narratives, ritual     Archeological Sciences: PR: Admission to
History of Technology: PR: Graduate standing or                   and contemporary poetry, autobiography, and the novel.             Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Field and labo-
C. I. Introduces the historiography of technology’s role in       Occasional.                                                        ratory methods routinely used in archeology and forensic
historical events, and society’s role in shaping technology.                                                                         archeology, including instrumentation. Occasional.
Occasional.                                                       AML 3643                CAH-ENG                 3(3,0)
                                                                  Contemporary Native American Prose and                             ANG 5166               COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
AMH 5391                   CAH-HIST               3(3,0)          Poetry: PR: ENC 1101, ENC 1102. Native American                    Problems in Maya Studies: PR: Admission to
Colloquium in U.S. Cultural History: PR:                          prose fiction and poetry since Momaday’s House Made of             Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. In-depth study
Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Students will        Dawn (1968) and American Indian prose and poetry since             of current methodological, theoretical, and/or topical prob-
read and discuss a common or diverse body of the signifi-         that time. Occasional.                                             lems in Maya Studies. Occasional.
cant literature in the field. Occasional.
                                                                  AML 3682                   CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)      ANG 5167                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
AMH 5406                  CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)       Ethnic Literature in America: PR: ENC 1102.                        Maya Hieroglyphs: PR: Admission to Anthropology
Colloquium in American South: PR: Graduate                        Contributions of linguistic and ethnic groups of non-English       MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. The study of Maya writing,
standing or senior standing or C.I. Intensive reading and         origin to the literature of the United States. Occasional.         the translation of Maya hieroglyphs, and the significance
class discussion on selected topics of Southern history from                                                                         of translations to reconstructions of ancient Maya culture.
colonial origins to the present. Occasional.                      AML 3682H                  CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)      Occasional.
                                                                  Honors Ethnic Literature in America: PR:
AMH 5446                 CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)      Permission of Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit.           ANG 5191              COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)
Colloquium in U.S. Frontier: PR: Graduate stand-                  Contributions of linguistic and ethnic groups of non-English       Mortuary Archaeology: PR: Admission to
ing or senior standing or C.I. Reading and class discus-          origin to the literature of the United States. Honors content.     Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Funerary
sion of the literature on selected topics of frontier history.    Occasional.                                                        customs and human remains; basic data collection, skeletal
Occasional.                                                                                                                          analysis, and comparative study of mortuary ritual-ancient
                                                                  AML 4101              CAH-ENG                3(3,0)                and modern. Occasional.
AMH 5515                  CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)      American Novel: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better
Colloquium in U.S. Diplomatic History: PR:                        required in ENC 1102 and ENG 3014. Analysis of major               ANG 5228               COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. A survey of          American novelists. Occasional.                                    Maya Iconography: PR: Admission to Anthropology
the historical literature of American foreign policy. May be                                                                         MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Study and interpretation of
repeated for credit only when course content is different.        AML 4153                 CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)          ancient Maya iconography as reflected in art, artifacts, and
Occasional.                                                       American Poetry at Mid-Century: PR: Grade of C                     constructed features. Odd Spring.
                                                                  (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102 and ENG 3014. Study
AMH 5566               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)         of major figures from the “Middle Generation”: Berryman,           ANG 5272               COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)
Colloquium: Women in American History:                            Bishop, Jarrell, Lowell, Plath, Rich, Roethke, and others.         Culture, Power and Development: PR: Admission
PR: Graduate standing or senior standing or C.I. Intensive        Occasional.                                                        to Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Origins and
reading and class discussion on selected topics of Women                                                                             contemporary ramifications of underdevelopment and dis-
in American History from colonial time to the present.            AML 4155               CAH-ENG                  3(3,0)             empowerment in the world system from an anthropological
Occasional.                                                       Modern American Poetry: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or                    perspective. Occasional.
                                                                  better required in ENG 3014. Major American poets of the
AMH 5937                 CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)     modern (1900-1950) period. Occasional.                             ANG 5301                 COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)
AP American History: PR: Graduate standing or                                                                                        Anthropology of Tourism: PR: Admission to
senior standing or C.I. Participants will enhance their knowl-    AML 4261               CAH-ENG                 3(3,0)              Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Anthropology
edge of weighing evidence and interpretations presented           Literature of the South: PR: Grade of C (2.0)                      of tourism in U.S. and world regions, including impacts on
in historical scholarship with respect to the social, cultural,   or better required in ENC 1102 and ENG 3014 or C.I.                local peoples, cultures, and environments. Occasional.
intellectual, economic, and political-diplomatic history of the   Development of Southern literature from its beginnings
U.S. Occasional.                                                  in the “Old South” through the post-Civil War and the
                                                                  Southern-Renaissance to the present. Emphasizes read-
                                                                  ing from Poe, Ransom, Tate, Faulkner, Porter, Warren,
                                                                  O’Connor, Percy, and Styron. Occasional.


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UCF Courses and Descriptions
ANG 5307                  COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)     ANT 3106                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)          ANT 3212                  COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)
Peoples and Cultures of Latin America: PR:                       Archaeology and Popular Culture: PR: ANT                           Peoples of the World: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or ANT
Admission to Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I.           2000 or C.I. How the ancient past and archaeology appear           2410 or C.I. A comparative study of religion, family, politics,
Latin American culture focusing on indigenous history,           in popular culture and are manipulated and used by modern          philosophy, and other elements of socio-cultural organiza-
colonialism, traditional peoples, social change, and modern-     societies. Occasional.                                             tion of pre-literate societies. Fall, Spring.
ization. Occasional.
                                                                 ANT 3115                COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)        ANT 3241                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
ANG 5341                COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)         Archaeological Method and Theory: PR: or CR:                       Magic, Ritual, and Belief: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or
Caribbean Cultures: PR: Admission to Anthropology                ANT 2000 or ANT 2140 or C.I. A survey of archaeological            ANT 2410 or C.I. Patterns in religious behavior in various
MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Historical and contemporary         field and laboratory techniques, including the interpretation      societies, with primary emphasis on myth, rite, taboo, and
overview of the societies and cultures of the Caribbean          of written archaeological reports. Even Fall.                      festival social phenomena. Fall, Spring.
region, including effects of colonization by the Dutch,
Spanish, British, and French. Occasional.                        ANT 3142                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)          ANT 3245              COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
                                                                 Old World Prehistory: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or                       Native American Religions: PR: ANT 2000 or
ANG 5486                 COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)    ANT 2140 or C.I. A comparative study of social evolution           ANT 2410 or C.I. The religious beliefs of native New World
Quantitative Research in Anthropology: PR:                       in Africa, Europe, and Asia from the earliest humans to the        peoples. Occasional.
Admission to the MA in Anthropology program, Maya                beginnings of recorded history. Occasional.
Studies graduate certificate, or C.I. Quantitative approaches                                                                       ANT 3262                COS-ANTHRO              3(3,0)
to problems in anthropology, including multivariate systems,     ANT 3145                COS-ANTHRO               3(3,0)            Rural Society: An introduction to rural society in the
assessment of reliability, and approaches for small samples.     Archaeology of Complex Societies: PR: or CR:                       U.S. and abroad. Problems of third world development in
Odd Fall. M&S fee: $2.66                                         ANT 2000 or ANT 2140 or C.I. Theoretical perspectives on           the rural sector. Occasional.
                                                                 ancient hierarchies of power. Fall.
ANG 5531                 COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)                                                                       ANT 3273                COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
Nutritional Anthropology: PR: One course in Social               ANT 3148               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)          Law and Culture: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or C.I. An
Sciences (min 2000-level) and one course in Biological           Life and Death in Ancient Egypt: PR: Any 2000                      introduction to law as an organizing force in society, includ-
Sciences (min 2000-level) or Consent of Instructor.              level Anthropology course. Use of archaeology and physical         ing a study of primitive forms of law and social control.
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. The biological,       anthropology to examine the lives and death of both com-           Occasional.
social, cultural, psychological, and environmental influences    mon citizens and royalty in Ancient Egypt (3200 BCE-AD
of food consumption and physiological status. Perspectives       600). Occasional.                                                  ANT 3302              COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)
are cross-cultural, evolutionary, and ecological. Occasional.                                                                       Sex, Gender and Culture: PR: or CR: ANT 2000
                                                                 ANT 3152               COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)           or ANT 2511 or C.I. The traditional and changing roles of
ANG 5620                 COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)    Indians of the Southwest: PR: ANT 2000. Native                     women and men viewed in a cross-cultural perspective.
Language and Culture: PR: Admission to                           American culture types of the southwest: Navajo, Pueblo            Fall, Spring.
Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Language as            (Zuni, Hopi, Tewa), Apache (Lipan, Mescalero), and Desert
an integral part of human culture and behavior, focusing on      Tradition (Pima, Papago, Havasupi). Occasional.                    ANT 3311                  COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)
cross cultural issues that affect cultural competency. Spring.                                                                      Indians of the Southeastern United States:
                                                                 ANT 3158                 COS-ANTHRO               3(3,0)           PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or C.I. A study of the social and
ANG 5622                 COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)        Florida Archaeology: PR: ANT 2000 or ANT 2140                      cultural history of the Indians of the Southeast. Occasional.
Language, Culture and Pedagogy: PR: Admission                    or C.I. Florida prehistory from Paleo-Indian to European
to Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Linguistic          contact including archaeological periods, cultural areas,          ANT 3312                COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)
and cultural issues in the learning needs of students from       sites, and artifacts. Occasional.                                  Ethnology of North American Indians: PR: or
culturally diverse populations. Occasional.                                                                                         CR: ANT 2000 or C.I. A survey of the aboriginal cultures of
                                                                 ANT 3160               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)          North America, with emphasis on the pre-contact cultural
ANG 5738                COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)     Americas Before Columbus: PR: ANT 2000, or C.I.                    condition. Even Spring.
Advanced Medical Anthropology: PR: Admission                     Archaeological developments of North, Central, and South
to Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Advanced            America from the hemisphere’s initial peopling through the         ANT 3313                COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)
topics in ethnography of medical traditions and anthropologi-    advent of European cultures. Occasional.                           Indians of North America High Plains: PR: or
cal approaches to the study of health and disease. Odd Fall.                                                                        CR: ANT 2000 or C.I. A study of the social and cultural
                                                                 ANT 3161               COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)            history of the Indians of the North American High Plains.
ANG 5742              COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)          Archaeology of Mexico: PR: ANT 2000 or C.I.                        Occasional.
Problems in Forensic Anthropology: PR:                           Achievements of civilizations in Mexico (Olmec, Zapotec,
Admission to Anthropology MA, Maya Studies GC, or                Aztec) as well as lesser known archaeological cultures.            ANT 3314               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)
C.I. Current issues and topics in forensic anthropology.         Occasional.                                                        Indians of the Northeast Woodlands: PR:
Occasional.                                                                                                                         ANT 2000 or ANT 2410 or other lower-level social sci-
                                                                 ANT 3163              COS-ANTHRO                     3(3,0)        ence course. The prehistory, history and culture of Native
ANG 5822            COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)          Mesoamerican Archaeology: PR: or CR: ANT                           Americans of the North American Northeast. Occasional.
Maya Field Research: PR: Admission to Anthropology               2000 or ANT 2140 or C.I. An introduction to the prehistory of
MA, Maya Studies GC, or C.I. Practical application of            Mexico. Guatemala and upper Central America from earliest          ANT 3318                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
method and theory during primary infield research in the         times through the Spanish conquest. Occasional.                    Indians of the Northwest Coast: PR: ANT 2000 or
Maya area. Spring.                                                                                                                  ANT 2410 or other lower-level social science course. The
                                                                 ANT 3164                COS-ANTHRO                     3(3,0)      prehistory, history and culture of Native Americans of the
ANT 2000                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)        Ancient Incas: PR: ANT 2000 or SYG 2000 or ANT                     Northwest Coast of North America. Occasional.
General Anthropology: An introductory survey of the              2140 or C.I. The ancient Inca civilization, including exami-
four major subfields of anthropology: Social Anthropology,       nation of pre-Inca cultures and modern Andeans. Uses               ANT 3319                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
Physical Anthropology, Linguistics, and Archaeology. Fall,       archaeological, ethnohistorical, historical, and contemporary      Anthropology of Diaspora: PR: ANT 2000 or
Spring.                                                          anthropological sources. Occasional.                               ANT 2410 or C.I. Comparative study of sociocultural con-
                                                                                                                                    structions of race and the processes of acculturation and
ANT 2000H              COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)       ANT 3165                  COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)      resistance in African Diasporas of the New and Old Worlds.
General Anthropology Honors: PR: Permission of                   Archaeology of South America: PR: ANT 2000                         Occasional.
Honors. Extensive honors work in the field of anthropology.      or C.I. Civilizations of South America from the last ten thou-
Expectations, requirements, and standards are greater than       sand years, focusing primarily on civilizations of the Andes       ANT 3330                COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
for standard General Anthropology. Occasional.                   and other areas. Occasional.                                       Cultural Ecology of Amazonia: PR: Any 2000
                                                                                                                                    level social science course or C.I. The cultural ecology and
ANT 2140                 COS-ANTHRO                     3(3,0)   ANT 3168               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)          adaptive strategies of native Amazonians, including effects
Archaeology and the Rise of Human Culture:                       Maya Archaeology: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or ANT                       of modernization on resource use and cultural survival.
The evolution of human society from foraging and hunting         2140 or C.I. An examination of the Prehistoric Maya culture        Occasional.
groups to the earliest cities and states. Fall, Spring.          focusing on both the archaeology and current issues in the
                                                                 field. Occasional.                                                 ANT 3344                 COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
ANT 2410                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)                                                                           Puerto Rican Culture: PR: ANT 2000, or SYG 2000,
Cultural Anthropology: An introduction to human                  ANT 3173               COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)         or PSY 2012, or C.I. Ethnographic study of Puerto Rican
diversity as exemplified among various cultures and ethnic       Archaeology of Sex: PR: ANT 2000 or C.I. Cross-                    culture in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Emphasis on race, class,
groups. Fall, Spring.                                            cultural concepts of sex, sexuality, and sexual intercourse        and gender in twentieth-century Puerto Rican experiences.
                                                                 throughout human history from an archaeological perspec-           Occasional.
ANT 2511               COS-ANTHRO           3(3,0)               tive. Occasional.
The Human Species: Human biological variation in an                                                                                 ANT 3362              COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)
evolutionary perspective. Fall, Spring.                          ANT 3177                COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)        Peoples of Southeast Asia: PR: or CR: ANT 2000
                                                                 Archaeology of Caribbean Piracy: PR: ANT 2000                      or ANT 2410 or C.I. A survey of the peoples of Vietnam,
ANT 2511H             COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)          or C.I. The profession of piracy in the context of Caribbean       Cambodia, Laos and Thailand from the anthropological
Honors The Human Species: PR: Permission                         prehistory and archaeology. Occasional.                            perspective. Occasional.
of Honors. Human biological variation in an evolutionary
perspective. Occasional.


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                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
ANT 3363                COS-ANTHRO                      3(3,0)    ANT 4184                COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)       ANT 4528C             COS-ANTHRO                5(3,3)
Anthropology of Japan: PR: or CR: ANT 2000 or C.I.                Mortuary Archaeology: PR: ANT 2000, or ANT                         Advanced Forensic Anthropology: PR: ANT
An examination of Japanese culture and its contemporary           2140, or ANT 2511 or C.I. Archaeological interpretations           4521C. Advanced laboratory methods in forensic anthro-
behavioral and organizational patterns by drawing upon            of death; basic data collection, skeletal analysis, and com-       pology, including skeletal analysis and the application
archaeology, cultural history, linguistics, cultural anthropol-   parative study of mortuary ritual - both ancient and modern.       of archaeological techniques to the recovery of human
ogy, and social organization. Occasional.                         Occasional.                                                        remains. Even Spring.

ANT 3393               COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)        ANT 4266              COS-ANTHRO               3(3,0)              ANT 4560                 COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
American Indian Literature and Culture in                         Economic         Anthropology:          Production,                Anthropological Perspectives on Human
Florida: PR: ENC 1102. Literature about the Apalachee,            Consumption, and Exchange: PR: ANT 2000,                           Growth: PR: ANT 2000 or ANT 2511 or C.I. Evolutionary,
Timucua, Seminole, and Calusa tribes in Florida, examining        ECO 2013, PSY 2012, or SYG 2000. Issues, methods, and              ecological, historical and cultural perspectives on human
various issues through oral tales and legends, treaties,          concepts of economic anthropology. Occasional.                     growth, maturation, and aging. Odd Fall.
archival sources. Occasional.
                                                                  ANT 4303               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)          ANT 4586               COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)
ANT 3398               COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)         Anthropology of Tourism: PR: ANT 2000, or                          Human Origins: PR: ANT 2511. The fossil evidence
Black/Seminole Relations: PR: 2000 level GEP                      SYG 2000, or PSY 2012 or C.I. Social theory of tourism;            for human evolution from Miocene hominoids through the
Social Science course or CI. Relationships forged between         anthropology of tourism in U.S. and world regions, includ-         australopithecines and the earliest members of the genus
peoples of African origin and descent and the Seminole            ing impacts on local peoples, cultures, and environments.          Homo. Spring.
Indians. Occasional.                                              Occasional.
                                                                                                                                     ANT 4702              COS-ANTHRO              3(3,0)
ANT 3450                COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)       ANT 4308                COS-ANTHRO                     3(3,0)      Culture, Power and Development: PR: ANT
Living in the USA: Anthropological                                Gender Issues in Latin America: PR: Completion                     2000, or SYG 2000, or PSY 2012 or C.I. Anthropological
Perspectives: PR: ANT 2000 or SYG 2000 or PSY                     of a lower-level social science course or its equivalent.          perspective on origins and contemporary ramifications
2012 or C.I. Ethnographic study of diverse experiences            Issues of gender in Latin America through an anthropo-             of underdevelopment and disempowerment in the world
of life in the United States. Special focus on class, race,       logical approach, both theoretical and practical, with special     system. Occasional.
gender, citizenship, generation, and religion. Occasional.        attention to women’s lives. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                     ANT 4802                COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)
ANT 3541              COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)           ANT 4332               COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)         Ethnographic Field Methods: PR: ANT 2000,
Biobehavioral Anthropology: PR: or CR: ANT                        People and Cultures of Latin America: PR: ANT                      ANT 2410, SYG 2000, PSY 2012, or C.I. Procedures and
2000 or ANT 2511 or C.I. An introduction to the study of          2000, or SYG 2000, or PSY 2012 or C.I. History and society         principles of ethnographic research methods. Occasional.
human behavior in terms of mutual interaction between             of the peoples of Latin America, emphasizing patterns of
human biology and cultural environments. Spring.                  subsistence and social organization. Odd Fall, Spring.             ANT 4824              COS-ANTHRO             9(9,0)
                                                                                                                                     Advanced Archaeological Fieldwork: PR:
ANT 3550              COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)        ANT 4340               COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)            Students admitted only with permission of instructor.
Primatology: PR: ANT 2511 or C.I. Study of species                Caribbean Cultures: PR: ANT 2000, ANT 2410, SYG                    Supervised archaeological fieldwork. Spring.
from the Order Primates, including their morphology, ecol-        2000, PSY 2012, or C.I. Comparative study of peoples and
ogy, behavior, and geographic distribution. Occasional.           cultures of the Anglophone, Francophone, Hispanophone,             APA 3471             BA-ACCT                    3(3,0)
                                                                  and Caribbean. Occasional.                                         Accounting for Engineers: PR: Not open to busi-
ANT 3610              COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)                                                                             ness majors. General Accounting principles and practice,
Language and Culture: PR: Sophomore standing.                     ANT 4352                COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)        cost accounting, budgeting, and control techniques. Not
The study of language in a non-western setting; language          African Societies and Cultures: PR: ANT 2000                       usable for BSBA degree credit. Occasional.
and behavior; language and perception. Spring.                    or SYG 2000 or C.I. Anthropological survey of Africa
                                                                  examining the social, cultural, and economic diversity of the      APK 2131C               ED-CFCS                      3(1,2)
ANT 3701                COS-ANTHRO                3(3,0)          continent over time. Occasional.                                   TriFit Training: Principles and practices of the three
Applied Anthropology: PR: ANT 2000 or ANT 2410                                                                                       disciplines comprising the sport of triathlon. Students pro-
or C.I. Application of anthropological methods to current         ANT 4354                 COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)         vide all personal equipment, including bicycle, helmet, swim
human problems such as the environment, migration, glo-           Postcolonial Africa: PR: ANT 2000 or SYG 2000 or                   goggles. Fall, Spring.
balization and health. Occasional.                                C.I. Cultural change and continuity in contemporary Africa,
                                                                  ethnography of postcolonial social and cultural issues             APK 3132               ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)
ANT 3949              COS-ANTHRO                  0(0,8)          including globalization, health, economics, peace and stabil-      Triathlon Training and Performance: PR: PEM
Cooperative Education in Anthropology:                            ity. Occasional.                                                   2104 Personal Fitness or C.I. Triathlon concepts, training,
PR: Departmental permission required before registering.                                                                             and performance, leading to the development of optimal
Cooperative education experience in anthropology. Graded          ANT 4408                 COS-ANTHRO               3(3,0)           fitness and an improved healthy lifestyle. Occasional.
S/U. May be repeated. Occasional.                                 Culture, Disease, and Healing: PR: Any 2000 level
                                                                  Anthropology course. The role of culture in shaping the            APK 3400               COS-PSYCH                  3(3,0)
ANT 4013               COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)       experience and perceptions of health, sickness, and well-          Sports Psychology: A review of principles of psychol-
Anthropological Perspectives on Fast Food:                        being in a variety of contexts. Odd Spring.                        ogy related to the enhancement of satisfaction and perfor-
PR: ANT 2000 or ANT 2410 or C.I. Anthropological                                                                                     mance in sports. Occasional.
research on corporate fast food in diverse cultural settings.     ANT 4462                 COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                       Medical Anthropology: PR: ANT 2000 or ANT 2511                     APK 4315                HPA-HP                       3(3,0)
                                                                  or C.I. The field of medical anthropology. Topics will include     Sports Medicine Field Application: Demonstration
ANT 4034               COS-ANTHRO                     3(3,0)      theories, methods, and applications. Occasional.                   and application of the treatment for various sports injuries.
History of Anthropological Thought: PR: or CR:                                                                                       Spring.
ANT 2000 or C.I. The exploration of the intellectual founda-      ANT 4467                COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)
tions of modern anthropology. Spring.                             Nutritional Anthropology: PR: One 2000 level                       ARA 1120C               CAH-LANG                    4(3,1)
                                                                  course in social sciences and one 2000 level course in             Elementary Arabic Language and Civilization
ANT 4144                 COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)       biological sciences or C.I. Psychological, biological, social,     I: Introduces the student to Arabic language skills. Open
Prehistory of North America: PR: Any lower level                  cultural, and environmental influences of food consumption         only to students with no experience in the language. Fall.
course in the social sciences. The rise of North American         and physiological status. Perspectives are cross-cultural,
Native culture from the earliest evidence of human occupa-        ecological and evolutionary. Occasional.                           ARA 1120H                CAH-LANG                    4(4,1)
tion in the New World; e.g., the Folsom, Clovis, Sandia, etc.,                                                                       Honors Elementary Arabic Language and
to the time of contact with European cultures. Occasional.        ANT 4516            COS-ANTHRO                  3(3,0)             Civilization I: PR: Permission of Honors. Introduction to
                                                                  Human Biological Diversity: PR: ANT 2511 or BSC                    Arabic language skills. Open only to students with no experi-
ANT 4153                COS-ANTHRO                 3(3,0)         2010C or C.I. Human biological variation and adaptation.           ence in the language. Honors level content. Occasional.
North American Archaeology: PR: any lower level                   Occasional.
social science course. The cultural development of Native                                                                            ARA 1121C          CAH-LANG                   4(3,1)
North Americans from prehistoric times to the period of the       ANT 4521C            COS-ANTHRO                    3(3,0)          Elementary Arabic Language and Civilization
first European contact. Occasional.                               Forensic Anthropology: PR: ANT 2511 or C.I.                        II: PR: ARA 1120C or C.I. Continuation of ARA 1120C.
                                                                  The study of human skeletal remains in relation to a legal         Spring.
ANT 4180C               COS-ANTHRO                  3(1,4)        context. Occasional.
Seminar in Laboratory Analysis: PR: or CR: ANT                                                                                       ARA 1121H            CAH-LANG                   4(4,1)
2000 or ANT 2140 or C.I. The processing of archaeological         ANT 4525C               COS-ANTHRO               4(3,1)            Honors Elementary Arabic Language and
finds from excavation through publication. May be repeated        Human Osteology: PR: ANT 2511. The scientific                      Civilization II: PR: Permission of Honors. Continuation
for credit. Spring.                                               study of the human skeleton and the methodology and                of ARA 1120H. Honors level content. Occasional.
                                                                  techniques involved in the anthropological assessment of
ANT 4183               COS-ANTHRO                   3(3,0)        skeletal remains. Fall.                                            ARA 2200               CAH-LANG                    3(3,1)
Archaeological Sciences: PR: ANT 2511, or ANT                                                                                        Intermediate         Arabic        Language          and
2140, or C.I. Methods and instrumentation routinely used in                                                                          Civilization I: PR: ARA 1121C or C.I. Development of
archaeology and forensic archaeology. Spring.                                                                                        language skills and cultural knowledge at the intermediate
                                                                                                                                     level. Occasional.



        UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA                                                                   439                           Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011
                                                                                                                                     Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
ARA 2201                 CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)      ARE 4250                 ED-TLP                      3(3,0)          ARH 2050             CAH-ART                   3(3,0)
Intermediate Arabic II: PR: ARA 2200 (Intermediate                Art for Exceptionalities: PR: EDG 4323 and at least                  History of Western Art I: Painting, sculpture
Arabic I) or equivalent or C.I. Continuation of ARA 2200 with     junior standing or C.I. Concepts, principles, and methods of         and architecture from the Prehistoric Era through the
emphasis on Arabic cultures. Fall, Spring.                        integrating art processes into the education of students with        Renaissance. Occasional.
                                                                  physical, emotional, and mental disabilities. Occasional.
ARC 3181                CAH-CAH                    3(3,0)                                                                              ARH 2050H             CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
Advanced Topics in Digital Architecture: PR:                      ARE 4262                CAH-ART                     3(3,0)           Honors History of Western Art I: PR: Permission
Completion of Articulated Pre-Major: Architecture A.A. at         Methods in Art Administration: PR: ARH 3820.                         of Honors. Painting, sculpture and architecture from the
Valencia Community College West or C.I. Continued investi-        Theories and methodologies for designing, implementing               Prehistoric Era through the Renaissance, with honors
gation of computer-aided design programs currently utilized       and administering art programs for a variety of populations.         content. Occasional.
by professional practices. Odd Spring.                            Occasional.
                                                                                                                                       ARH 2051              CAH-ART                   3(3,0)
ARC 3320L                CAH-CAH                    6(0,9)        ARE 4313                 ED-TLP                          1(1,0)      History of Western Art II: Painting, sculpture and
Architectural Design 5: PR: Completion of Articulated             Art in the Elementary School: PR: EDF 2005; CR:                      architecture from the Baroque through the 20th century.
Pre-Major: Architecture A.A. at Valencia Community College        MUE 3210, HLP 4722, RED 4519, MAE 4326, and EDE                      Fall, Spring.
West or C.I. Investigates architectural design and its rela-      3942. Basic principles, purposes, scope and sequence;
tionship to regional contextual influences through a range        organization for instruction; evaluation of activities; selected     ARH 2051H             CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
of projects which vary in scale and complexity. Even Fall.        art experiences. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $5.00                        Honors History of Western Art II: PR: Permission
                                                                                                                                       of Honors. Painting, sculpture and architecture from the
ARC 3321L               CAH-CAH                    6(0,9)         ARE 4351                 ED-TLP                       3(2,1)         Baroque through the 20th century, with honors-level con-
Architectural Design 6: PR: ARC 3320L. Architectural              Teaching Art in the Elementary School: PR:                           tent. Occasional.
design with a large scale urban context. Theory, methodol-        EDF 4214 and EDG 4323. Transition from university art
ogy, and evolution of urban form in response to social,           studio practices to public school teaching of art. Organizing,       ARH 2500              CAH-ART               3(3,0)
cultural, economic and technological forces. Odd Spring.          designing and analyzing art experiences, activities and              History of Non-Western Art: Major visual arts in
                                                                  classroom environments for the elementary school class-              various non-Western cultures. Fall, Spring.
ARC 3463               CAH-CAH                     3(3,0)         room. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00
Materials and Methods of Construction 2: CR:                                                                                           ARH 3454                CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
ARC 4323L. Methods of assembling and selecting materi-            ARE 4352                ED-TLP                      3(2,1)           Happenings and Conceptual Art: PR: Junior
als; detailed systems of construction will be investigated.       Teaching Art in the Secondary School: PR:                            Standing or C.I. Aesthetic and social significance of “Total
Even Spring.                                                      EDF 4214, and EDG 4323. Transition from university art               Art” in its attempt to break down customary distinctions
                                                                  studio practices to High School Teaching of art. Organizing,         between life and art. Occasional.
ARC 3503                 CAH-CAH                       3(3,0)     designing and analyzing art experiences and activities
Architectural Structures: PR: Completion                          appropriate for junior high and high school children.                ARH 3471                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
of Articulated Pre-Major: Architecture A.A. at Valencia           Examination of teaching methodology relative to the high             Art in the Last 25 Years: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH
Community College West or C.I.; CR: ARC 3320L.                    school and junior high school settings. Spring. M&S fee:             2051 or C.I. A seminar for upper-level art students to exam-
Principles of structural behavior in withstanding gravity and     $5.00                                                                ine current trends in the visual arts. Occasional.
lateral forces. Considers structural layout, load distribution,
and preliminary design techniques; and examines contem-           ARE 4356                 ED-TLP                         3(3,1)       ARH 3520                 CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
porary structural systems through case studies. Even Fall.        Teaching Art Appreciation & Criticism in the                         African Art: PR: Junior status, ARH 2050, or C.I. Art
                                                                  Classroom: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051. An exami-                      objects produced in Africa and African sites; with some
ARC 3610               CAH-CAH                       3(3,0)       nation of art appreciation programs and concepts toward              consideration of arts of the African Diaspora. Occasional.
Environmental Technology 1: PR: ARC 3321L.                        planning curriculum for the study of art history, popular art,
Principles and practices relating to control of the thermal/      art criticism, and aesthetics for specific educational settings.     ARH 3570                 CAH-ART                          3(3,0)
atmospheric environment and plumbing in buildings. Odd            Fall. M&S fee: $5.00                                                 Ceramics of the Muslim World: PR: ARH 2050 or
Spring.                                                                                                                                C.I. Islamic Art and the stylistic and technical characteristics
                                                                  ARE 4453                 ED-TLP                        3(3,0)        of the period, in contrast to pre- Islamic or other civilizations
ARC 3743                 CAH-CAH                     3(3,0)       Studio Experiences in Art Education: PR:                             such as the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Babylonians, and
Architectural History 3: PR: ARC 3320L. Social,                   Completion of all Art Education Program Prerequisites or             Chinese. Occasional.
political, material, technological, and cultural forces on        C.I. Materials available for instruction in public schools will
design and construction from 1850, including architect’s role     be explored in depth in relation to their appropriateness and        ARH 3610              CAH-ART                       3(3,0)
in civil society and theoretical positions of architects and      productive qualities. May be repeated for credit. Spring.            American Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or C.I.
architectural schools. Even Fall.                                 M&S fee: $5.00                                                       Surveys American Art to 1900. Leading artists are identified
                                                                                                                                       and representative examples of their work are discussed
ARC 4220                  CAH-CAH                      3(3,0)     ARE 4945              CAH-ART                   12(0,12)             within the context of major themes, patterns, sources.
Architectural Theory 2: PR: ARC 4322L. Investigates               Community Arts Internship: PR: C.I. An on-site                       Occasional.
the theoretical, historical and ideological ideas in architec-    in-depth experience for community arts majors with a
ture that took place during the early decades of the twentieth    concentration in administration, education, or therapeutic           ARH 3631                 CAH-AAS                 3(3,0)
century. Odd Fall.                                                experience. Occasional.                                              African-American Art: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.
                                                                                                                                       Historical survey of art produced by working artists of
ARC 4322L               CAH-CAH                     6(0,9)        ARE 5251               ED-TLP                      3(2,1)            African heritage and representations of African-American
Architectural Design 7: PR: ARC 3321L. Control                    Art for Exceptionalities: Concepts, principles, and                  life by these and other artists. Occasional.
over architectural processes to solve design needs through        methods of integrating art processes into the education
appropriate program development and construction technol-         of the physically, emotionally, and mentally handicapped.            ARH 3632H            CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
ogy. Complete building as a final product, emphasizing on         Occasional.                                                          Honors: African American Arts Seminar: PR:
urban and suburban housing projects. Odd Fall.                                                                                         Permission of Honors. An exploration of traditional, aca-
                                                                  ARE 5255                 ED-TLP                       3(2,1)         demic, and contemporary urban African American visual
ARC 4323L              CAH-CAH                      6(0,9)        Arts in Recreation: Art activities and experiences                   arts. Occasional.
Architectural Design 8: PR: ARC 4322L. Architecture               appropriate for use in playground, leisure services, occupa-
designs focus on architectural detail and articulation. An        tional orientation and other recreational areas. Occasional.         ARH 3670                  CAH-ART                       3(3,0)
investigation of landscape provides the context for this                                                                               20th Century Latin American Art: PR: ARH 2050
study. Even Spring.                                               ARE 5359               ED-TLP                      4(4,0)            and ARH 2051 or C.I. Art of the modern era (1820 to 1980)
                                                                  Teaching Art K-12: PR: Admission to MA in Art                        in the Caribbean and South America; issues and charac-
ARC 4620                CAH-CAH                      3(3,0)       Education, graduate standing or C.I. Transition from uni-            teristics of art as they reflect the cultural evolution of Latin
Environmental Technology 2: PR: ARC 4322L.                        versity art practices to public school teaching of art.              America. Occasional.
Fundamentals of architectural lighting, acoustics, electrical     Organize, design, and analyze art learning for students
power distribution and building communications. Odd Fall.         K-12. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                                     ARH 3673               CAH-ART                  3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                       Modern Art of Mexico: PR: ARH 2050 or ARH 2051
ARE 2000                ED-CFCS                         3(3,0)    ARE 5454                 ED-TLP                     3(3,0)           or C.I. Modern art of Mexico from the Mexican Academy
Early Childhood Art and Creativity: An examina-                   Studio Experiences in Art Education: PR:                             post-independence to the 1980’s. Occasional.
tion of developmental patterns in children’s artistic behaviors   Graduate admission or C.I. Materials available for instruc-
and appropriate instructional strategies to be implemented.       tion in public schools will be explored in depth in relation         ARH 3674                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                                        to their appropriateness and productive qualities. May be            Latin American Popular Visual Culture: PR:
                                                                  repeated for credit. Spring. M&S fee: $5.00                          ANT 4332 or C.I. Latin American popular culture beyond
ARE 3944               CAH-ART                     3(2,3)                                                                              “fine art,” produced in Latin America, the United States, and
Community Arts Practicum: PR: C.I. A supervised                   ARE 5648                 ED-TLP                    3(3,0)            the Caribbean. Odd Spring.
experience for students to facilitate art programming in a        Contemporary Visual Arts Education: PR: ARE
variety of community settings. Occasional.                        4443 or C.I. Continued study of current programs and inno-
                                                                  vations in public school Visual Arts Programs. Occasional.




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ARH 3683                  CAH-ART                         3(3,0)     ARH 4871               CAH-ART                      3(3,0)         ART 2823                CAH-ART                       3(3,0)
Southern Folk Arts: PR: Junior Standing or C.I. This                 Women in Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or C.I.                    Art as Interface: An overview of art department special-
course will explore contemporary issues related to folk art          A survey of women artists from ancient times to the pres-          izations, and selected historical and theoretical information
including definition, collecting, marketing, art criticism, tradi-   ent as well as a study of the role Aesthetics and Ideology         influencing the art curriculum. Examination of aesthetic
tion, innovation, and its relationship to the so-called fine arts    have played in determining representations of women in             characteristics shared by the various disciplines and how
and popular arts. Occasional.                                        art. Occasional.                                                   knowledge of these data is used by the profession to share
                                                                                                                                        information with the community. Fall, Spring.
ARH 3710                   CAH-ART                      3(3,0)       ARH 5897                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
History of Photography I: PR: Junior Standing or                     Advanced Seminar in Art History: PR: ARH 2050                      ART 2823H               CAH-ART                    3(3,0)
C.I. History of still photography from its earliest inception to     and ARH 2051 or C.I. Research methods on various topics            Honors Art as Interface: PR: Consent of Honors. An
1900. The content of this course is designed for art majors.         including: major artist, monument, cultural period or theme.       overview of Art department specializations, and selected
Occasional.                                                          Occasional.                                                        historical and theoretical information influencing the art
                                                                                                                                        curriculum. Aesthetic characteristics shared among the
ARH 3720                CAH-ART                     3(3,0)           ART 2130C              CAH-ART                 3(3,0)              disciplines and their use by the profession. With Honors
History of Prints: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or                      Fibers & Fabrics: Design and production training in                content. Occasional.
C.I. History of printmaking in the Western world, surveying          surface design, floor loom weaving and fiber sculpture.
works by the “great printmakers.”. Occasional.                       Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                                         ART 3161                 CAH-ART                       3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                        Mixed Media: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART
ARH 3728                 CAH-ART                     3(3,0)          ART 2160C             ED-TLP              3(2,3)                   2300C, ART 2301C. Concepts and techniques involving
History of Illustration: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051.                  Metals, Woods, Leathers and Stones: Processes                      the creation of art objects by integrating painting, sculpture,
Western illustration from ancient and medieval manuscripts           and techniques of production. Occasional.                          drawing, design, and art history. Occasional.
through nineteenth century cartoon, caricature, book, maga-
zine illustration, and advertising. Occasional.                      ART 2201C               CAH-ART                   3(2,4)           ART 3170C              CAH-ART                    3(2,4)
                                                                     Design Fundamentals-Two Dimensional: PR:                           Book Binding: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C, and ART
ARH 3820              CAH-ART                     3(3,0)             C.I. Priority given to students whose major requires this          2823. Basic book binding techniques, methods, structures,
Visual Arts Administration Vitas: PR: Junior                         course. Materials, processes, form. Emphasis on two-               and production of books. Occasional. M&S fee: $44.00
Standing or C.I. Grant applications; Personnel; copyright            dimensional design problems, including problems in black
laws; museum practices, etc. Occasional.                             and white and basic color theory. Fall, Spring. M&S fee:           ART 3171C                  CAH-ART                   3(2,4)
                                                                     $15.00                                                             Materials for Artist Books: PR: ART 2201C, ART
ARH 4130                CAH-ART                3(3,0)                                                                                   2203C, and ART 3170C. Production of materials used for an
Greek Art and Architecture: PR: ARH 2050 and                         ART 2201H               CAH-ART                     3(2,4)         artist in the creation of books. Occasional. M&S fee: $32.00
ARH 2051. Examines the art and architecture of ancient               Honors           Design         Fundamentals-Two
Greece from the Bronze Age through the end of the                    Dimensional: PR: ART 2823. Priority given to students              ART 3175C              CAH-ART                   3(2,4)
Hellenistic period. Occasional.                                      whose major requires this course. Permission of Honors.            Advanced Issues in Contemporary Book
                                                                     Materials, processes, form. Emphasis on two-dimensional            Arts: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART
ARH 4150               CAH-ART                    3(3,0)             design problems, including problems in black and white and         2301C, and ART 3170C. Drawing, printmaking, and painting
Roman Art and Architecture: PR: ARH 2050 and                         basic color theory with Honors content. Occasional.                combined with guided research at the Orlando Museum of
ARH 2051. Examines Roman art and architecture from its                                                                                  Arts culminating in a handbound Visual Book. Occasional.
Etruscan origins through Constantine. Occasional.                    ART 2203C                 CAH-ART                    3(2,4)        M&S fee: $44.00
                                                                     Design Fundamentals-Three Dimensional:
ARH 4200                CAH-ART                   3(3,0)             PR: C.I. Priority given to students whose major requires this      ART 3176C               CAH-ART                    3(2,4)
Medieval Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051. Medieval                    course. Basic three-dimensional design using the various           The Illuminated Book: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2300C,
Art from the 6th through 14th centuries, including paint-            sculptural media. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                    ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and ART 3170C. The creation
ing, architecture, sculpture and illuminated manuscripts.                                                                               of visual, illuminated responses to language from sto-
Occasional.                                                          ART 2300C               CAH-ART                   3(2,4)           ries, fables, poetry, and books using a variety of media.
                                                                     Drawing Fundamentals I: PR: C.I. Priority given                    Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00
ARH 4310                 CAH-ART                     3(3,0)          to students whose major requires this course. Drawing as
Italian Renaissance Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH                        a means of formal organization. Introduction to problems           ART 3332C               CAH-ART                    3(2,4)
2051 or C.I. Italian Art and architecture from 1300 to 1600.         in drawing methods and media. Emphasis on description              Intermediate Drawing: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
Occasional.                                                          techniques. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $10.00                          ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and a satisfactory portfolio review
                                                                                                                                        or C.I. Intermediate problems in drawing, with emphasis on
ARH 4350            CAH-ART                    3(3,0)                ART 2300H                CAH-ART                   3(2,4)          the human form. Fall, Spring.
Baroque Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or C.I.                       Honors Drawing Fundamentals I: PR: ART 2823
A study of European Art in the 17th and 18th centuries.              and Consent of Honors. Priority given to students whose            ART 3433C               CAH-ART                       3(2,4)
Occasional.                                                          major requires this course. Drawing as a means of formal           Screenprinting: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2300C, ART
                                                                     organization. Introduction to problems in drawing methods          2400C. Techniques of waterbase screenprinting, including
ARH 4352               CAH-ART                    3(3,0)             and media. Emphasis on description techniques. With                digital/photo processes and practical applications of screen-
Italian Baroque Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051.                      Honors content. Occasional. M&S fee: $10.00                        printing as a means for image making. Occasional.
Examines the art and architecture of the Baroque period in
Italy from 1600-1750. Occasional.                                    ART 2301C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)        ART 3504C                 CAH-ART                     3(2,4)
                                                                     Drawing Fundamentals II: PR: ART 2300C or C.I.                     Intermediate Painting: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
ARH 4430                CAH-ART                    3(3,0)            Priority given to students whose major requires this course.       ART 2300C, ART 2301C. Reinforces and extends methods
19th Century Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051. A                       Continuation of ART 2300C. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $10.00           and materials content of ART 2500C, and deals with issues
survey of the trends and developments in art during the                                                                                 of figurative painting. Fall, Even Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
19th century, including the art of America and of Western            ART 2394              CAH-ART                    3(3,0)
Europe. Occasional.                                                  Drawing: Computer as a Medium: Object draw-                        ART 3616C               CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
                                                                     ing, using the computer and drawing stylus as a medium.            Animation Production Methods: PR: ART 2201C,
ARH 4450                CAH-ART                   3(3,0)             Occasional.                                                        ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, C.I. The develop-
20th Century Art: PR: ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or C.I.                                                                                     ment of a computer animation piece. All aspects of produc-
A survey of the art from Fauvism, Futurism, Cubism to the            ART 2400C              CAH-ART                         3(2,4)      tion will be covered. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
art of the present. Occasional.                                      Beginning Printmaking: Basic elements and tech-                    M&S fee: $15.00
                                                                     niques of printmaking covered. Relief, intaglio, and lithogra-
ARH 4540               CAH-ART                      3(3,0)           phy. Assignments include practical application of printmak-        ART 3618C              CAH-ART                   3(3,0)
Art of India: PR: Junior Standing or C.I. Art and archi-             ing as drawing tool. Occasional.                                   Post-Production Design: PR: Accepted into
tecture of India from prehistoric times through the Gupta,                                                                              Animation program. Special effects and compositing for
Rajput, and Muslim periods. Occasional.                              ART 2500C              CAH-ART                        3(2,4)       computer animation and film. Focus on the use of After
                                                                     Beginning Painting: PR: ART 2300C, ART 2201C, or                   Effects, Premier and Photoshop software. Occasional.
ARH 4653               CAH-ART                     3(3,0)            C.I. Methods and materials of the painter. Introduction to the
Meso American Art: PR: Junior Standing or C.I. A                     problems in painting. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                  ART 3643C               CAH-ART                  3(2,4)
survey of the art of Mexico and Central America, from the                                                                               Digital Effects & Compositing: PR: Animation
Pre-Colombia, through the Spanish Colonial, to the 20th              ART 2701C            CAH-ART                 3(2,4)                major and FIL 3720C. Special effects and compositing for
century. Occasional.                                                 Sculpture: PR: Three semester hours in three-dimen-                computer animation and film, focusing on the use of After
                                                                     sional work, ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART                  Effects, Premier and Photoshop or comparable software.
ARH 4800               CAH-ART                   3(3,0)              2301C. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $35.00                                   Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
Theory and Criticism of the Visual Arts: PR:
ARH 2050 and ARH 2051 or C.I. Explores criteria of                   ART 2754C              CAH-ART                      3(2,4)         ART 3709C           CAH-ART                    3(2,4)
art criticism and theoretical approaches to art meaning              Beginning Ceramics: PR: ART 2201C or C.I. Basic                    Intermediate Sculpture: PR: ART 2201C, ART
through time; art examples from various periods/cultures.            concepts of ceramic design, experience in processes of             2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and ART 2701C.
Occasional.                                                          forming, decorating, glazing, and firing pottery. Fall, Odd        Examines the concepts of three-dimensional forms. Fall,
                                                                     Spring. M&S fee: $35.00                                            Spring.



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ART 3737C              CAH-ART                    3(2,4)         ART 4505C                 CAH-ART                    3(2,4)         ART 5284                CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
Narrative Sculpture: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                   Advanced Painting: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                        Design Theory and Methods: PR: Admission to
ART 2300C, and ART 2301C. Aesthetics of sculpture                ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 3504C, and a satisfactory                 MFA or C.I. Introduction to semiotic theory, communication
incorporating narrative content and referencing historical       portfolio review or C.I. Advanced problems in painting. May         theory, perceptual codes, human factors and visual rhetoric.
contexts. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00               Fall. M&S fee: $45.00

ART 3761C              CAH-ART                   3(2,4)          ART 4634C            CAH-ART               3(3,1)                   ART 5670C                 CAH-ART                     3(2,4)
Intermediate Ceramics: PR: ART 2201C, ART                        Web Art: PR: ART 2823 or C.I. The Web as a medium                   Digital Illustration: CR: ART 6683C. Methods and
2203C, ART 2300C and ART 2301C. Continuation of                  for art. Occasional.                                                media effects usually associated with traditional illustration
ceramic processes. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $35.00                                                                                     in a digital platform. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
                                                                 ART 4644C                CAH-ART                       3(2,4)
ART 3764C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)      Books Without Books: PR: ART 2201C, ART                             ART 5694                  CAH-ART                       3(3,0)
Ceramic Handbuilding I: PR: Junior standing.                     2203C, ART 2300C, and ART 2301C. The use of technol-                Crosscultural Electronic Art and Design: PR:
Application of a variety of ceramic handbuilding procedures,     ogy for alternative presentation of sequential ideas in space       Admission to MFA. Explores digital/electronic art and tech-
including design, glaze application and firing process.          and time. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                   nology from mid 20th century to present. Explores key
Occasional. M&S fee: $35.00                                                                                                          electronic artists and issues of the “arts electronica” into the
                                                                 ART 4710C                CAH-ART                      3(2,4)        present. Spring.
ART 3833C                CAH-ART                       3(2,4)    Advanced Sculpture: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
Honors Processes and Ideas in Art: PR: Junior                    ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 2701C, and a satisfac-                    ART 5695                CAH-ART                     3(3,0)
Standing and Consent of Honors. Generation of new                tory portfolio review or C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall,     WebArt I: PR: Admission to MFA. Students will explore
insights concerning artistic expression with an emphasis         Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                             the web and experiment with pertinent software, as well as
on the individual creation of visual art objects. With Honors                                                                        design and implement websites. Projects will be determined
content. Occasional.                                             ART 4765C                CAH-ART                       3(2,4)       at the outset of each semester. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
                                                                 Ceramic Handbuilding II: PR: ART 2201C, ART
ART 3833C                CAH-ART                     3(4,2)      2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 2754C, and a sat-                  ART 5696                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
Processes and Ideas in Art: PR: Junior Standing.                 isfactory portfolio review or C.I. Technical skills in manipu-      Art, Design and Human Interactions: PR:
This course emphasizes the development of individual cre-        lating form, function, volume, color and surface texture.           Admission to MFA. Exploration and design of interface
ativity and the generation of new insights concerning artistic   Occasional. M&S fee: $35.00                                         interactions systems and technologies in contemporary
expression. These “formative activities” must be manifested                                                                          society and culture including place making, way finding,
by students in the form of small sculptures and/or other         ART 4780C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)         electronic interface design, and publication design. Spring.
forms of creativity. Occasional.                                 Kiln Design and Building: PR: ART 2201C, ART
                                                                 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 3761C, ART 4783C,                  ART 5698                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
ART 3950                  CAH-ART                     0(0,0)     and a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. The design and          Concourse I: PR: ART 5910 and ART 5280C and ART
Portfolio Review: PR: ARH 2050, ARH 2051, ART                    construction of kilns, use of refractory materials, and the         5694, or C.I. Digital reproduction of studio works. Fall. M&S
2823, ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, and ART                   theory of efficient fuel combustion. Occasional. M&S fee:           fee: $45.00
2301C. Determines competencies in studio foundations             $35.00
work. Satisfactory completion of portfolio review is required                                                                        ART 5745                   CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
to enroll in upper division studio classes. Graded S/U. Fall,    ART 4783C                CAH-ART                   3(2,4)           Physical and Virtual Sculpture: PR: Acceptance to
Spring.                                                          Advanced Ceramics: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                        MFA in Studio Art and the Computer or C.I. A course explor-
                                                                 ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 3761C, and a satisfactory                 ing historical (tactile) and contemporary (virtual) approaches
ART 4132C               CAH-ART                     3(2,4)       portfolio review or C.I. Advanced problems in the ceramic           to the creation of 3D sculptural objects. Occasional.
Advanced Fiber And Fabrics: PR: ART 2201C,                       process. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S
ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 2130C, and                  fee: $34.99                                                         ART 5811C                CAH-ART                     3(3,1)
a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. Textile design and                                                                           The Professional Practice of Art: PR: ART
production, including non-loom weaving processes. May be         ART 4786C               CAH-ART                    3(2,4)           2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C (no gradu-
repeated for credit. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                  Ceramic Raw Material: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                     ate level prerequisite), graduate status or senior standing,
                                                                 ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 3761C, and a satisfactory                 or C.I. Seminar class on political information pertaining to
ART 4172C             CAH-ART                    3(2,4)          portfolio review or C.I. An in-depth understanding of the           professional practices in the art world. Overview of inven-
Book Repair and Restoration: PR: ART 2201C,                      singular and diverse properties of clay and glaze materials.        tory processing, accounting, and the marketing of art. Fall.
ART 2203C, and ART 3170C. Mending, repairing, and                Occasional. M&S fee: $35.00                                         M&S fee: $45.00
rebinding books from the Library and Special Collections.
Occasional.                                                      ART 4935               CAH-ART                       3(3,1)         ART 5910                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
                                                                 BFA Exhibit/Seminar: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                      Studio Concentration I: PR: Admission to MFA.
ART 4173C              CAH-ART                      3(2,4)       ART 2300C, ART 2301C, must complete Studio course for               Course is the primary for production of work in studio.
The Artist Book: PR: ART 2201C and ART 2203C.                    BFA, and a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. This course        Students will meet periodically with faculty to discuss prog-
Definition of book from traditional hand-made to contem-         is designed to prepare B.F.A. students for B.F.A. Exhibition.       ress. Professor will meet with the whole class periodically in
porary artist book. Redefining the elements, structure and       Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                                             order to facilitate a group critique of work completed. May
content of books and the binding and printing methods in                                                                             be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall,
book production. Occasional. M&S fee: $25.00                     ART 4945L                CAH-ART                     6(0,6)         Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
                                                                 Advanced Design Lab: PR: ART 2201C, ART
ART 4174C             CAH-ART                    3(2,4)          2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and a satisfactory portfolio           ART 5934                 CAH-ART                      3(3,0)
The Printed Book: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                      review or C.I. An interdisciplinary practicum where students        Concepts of Contemporary Art: PR: Graduate
ART 2300C, and ART 2301C. Aesthetics of the printed              design and develop visual solutions for real world clients in       standing or C.I. Current issues in contemporary international
book including binding techniques to make artist books.          partnership with industry. Occasional.                              art. Graded S/U. Occasional.
Occasional. M&S fee: $23.00
                                                                 ART 4954              CAH-ART                     3(3,0)            ART 5941                  CAH-ART                    1(1,0)
ART 4177C             CAH-ART                     3(2,4)         Scotland Study Abroad: PR: ART 2823, ART                            Graduate Practicum I: PR: Web Art I, graduate
Commercial Book Design and Publishing: PR:                       2201C, ART 2301C or C.I. Study abroad in Edinburgh,                 status, or C.I. Candidates with cross-disciplinary interests
ART 2823 and Junior standing or C.I. Analysis of art and         Scotland. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                   will discuss and analyze issues in digital art making via
design elements and their interpretation from a historical                                                                           the internet. Students will use this information to develop
perspective. Occasional.                                         ART 4971                CAH-ART                  3(2,4)             projects in their specialization. Occasional.
                                                                 Senior Thesis: PR: Senior Standing, Art major, and
ART 4226C             CAH-ART                    3(3,3)          C.I. A capstone thesis for Art Animation majors. May be             ASH 3222                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
Post Production for Animators: PR: FIL 3734C.                    repeated for credit. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                    Islam and Its Empires: PR: Junior standing or C.I.
Concepts and tools for finishing computer and traditional                                                                            History of the Middle East and North Africa from the birth of
animations on film and video. Emphasis on composit-              ART 5109C              CAH-ART                     3(2,4)           Islam to the 16th century. Occasional.
ing tools to combine elements in a finished animation.           Multi-Cultural Crafts Design: PR: ART 2201C,
Occasional.                                                      ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, graduate status                    ASH 3223                CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
                                                                 or senior standing, or C.I. The content of this course will         The Modern Middle East: PR: Junior standing or C.I.
ART 4320C             CAH-ART               3(2,4)               include an appreciation for and the production of Western           History of the Middle East and North Africa from the 16th
Advanced Drawing: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,                      and Non-Western art forms. Occasional.                              century to the present. Occasional.
ART 2300C, ART 2301C, ART 3332C. May be repeated for
credit. Fall, Spring.                                            ART 5280C             CAH-ART                       3(3,3)          ASH 4233                 CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
                                                                 Serial Content and Classic Form I: PR: Admission                    Ottoman Empire: PR: WOH 2012 and WOH 2022.
ART 4402C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)      to MFA. Studio course exploring serial imaging history, pic-        History of the Ottoman Empire from its origins in the 13th
Advanced Printmaking: PR: ART 2201C, ART                         tographs, alphabet development, typographic design, and             century to its collapse after WWI. Occasional.
2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and a satisfactory port-            the computer as sequenced design concepts and tools.
folio review or C.I. Advanced process in printmaking. May        Fall. M&S fee: $45.00
be repeated for credit. Even Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $30.00




        UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA                                                                   442                           Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011
                                                                                                                                       Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                       UCF Courses and Descriptions
ASH 4243                  CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)      ASL 4435                 HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                         AST 4700                   COS-PHYS                  3(3,0)
History of Iraq: PR: WOH 2012 and WOH 2022.                       Fingerspelling: PR: ASL 2140 and ASL 2150 or C.I.                      Experimental Methods in Astronomy: PR: AST
Modern Iraqi history through a set of interrelated mono-          The study and practice of fingerspelling techniques to                 2002, PHY 2048, and Senior standing, or C.I. Experimental
graphic studies that focus on the political and legal compo-      improve receptive and expressive fingerspelling proficiency            design and experimental techniques in astronomy and
nents of the Iraqi state. Occasional.                             beyond basic skill levels. Occasional.                                 astrophysics; spherical astronomy; physics of telescopes
                                                                                                                                         and of common astronomical detectors; astronomical quan-
ASH 4304               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)        ASL 4700                HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                          tification and interpretation of light. Even Spring.
Women in China: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020,                        Literature of Signed Languages: PR: ASL 2510.
or EUH 2000 and EUH 2001, or WOH 2012 and WOH                     Overview of literature produced by Deaf communities                    AST 4762                COS-PHYS                     3(3,0)
2022. Historical changes and continuities in experiences of       across the world, with emphasis on the American Deaf                   Astronomical Data Analysis: PR: MAC 2313,
Chinese women during the traditional period, the modern           Community. Genres include poetry, narrative, historical and            ability to write simple computer programs, and an upper
era and contemporary times. Occasional.                           cultural prose. Occasional.                                            level course in astronomy or planetary science, or C.I.
                                                                                                                                         Astronomical data formation and acquisition, detector phys-
ASH 4402                  CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)    AST 2002                COS-PHYS                     3(3,0)            ics, measurement extraction, error analysis, modeling,
History of Chinese Civilization: PR: EUH 2000                     Astronomy: PR: High school algebra or MAC 1105.                        computer programming, statistics, interpretation, and written
and EUH 2001, or WOH 2012 and WOH 2022. Chinese                   Descriptive survey of solar system, galaxies and universe;             and oral presentation of results. Fall.
history from its pre-historical genesis until the 18th century.   physical properties of stars, H-R diagram, stellar evolution,
Occasional.                                                       black holes, neutron stars. Fall, Spring.                              AST 5154                  COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                         Advanced Planetary Geophysics: PR: Admission
ASH 4404             CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)              AST 2002H              COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)              to Physics MS or PhD or C.I. The physics of planetary evo-
China in 19th and 20th Centuries: PR: EUH                         Honors Astronomy: PR: Permission of Honors.                            lution, planetary interiors, and planetary surface processes.
2000 and 2001 or C.I. The Mongols in China; coming of             Descriptive survey of solar system, galaxies and universe;             Even Fall.
the Europeans; social structure; Communist movement;              physical properties of stars, H-R diagram, stellar evolu-
Japanese aggression. Occasional.                                  tion, black holes, neutron stars. Honors level content.                AST 5165                 COS-PHYS                     3(3,0)
                                                                  Occasional.                                                            Planetary Atmospheres: PR: Mechanics PHY 3220
ASH 4442                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)                                                                                and Modern Physics 3101, graduate status or senior stand-
Modern Japan, 19th and 20th Centuries: PR:                        AST 2002L             COS-PHYS                      1(0,3)             ing, or C.I. This course will examine the physical and chemi-
EUH 2000 and 2001 or C.I. A survey of the Tokugawa                Astronomy Lab: CR: AST 2002. Laboratory experi-                        cal processes that govern the behavior of the atmosphere
Shogunate; Western contact in the 19th century; World War         ments covering selected topics in astronomy related to AST             of Earth and the other planets. Occasional.
I; Japanese militarism; World War II; and U.S. occupation.        2002. Occasional. M&S fee: $9.00
Occasional.                                                                                                                              AST 5263               COS-PHYS                  3(3,0)
                                                                  AST 2037                 COS-PHYS                         3(3,0)       Advanced Observational Astronomy: PR:
ASH 5227                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)       Life in the Universe: A thought provoking journey                      Graduate standing in the Physics department or C.I.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict: PR: Graduate status or                 through solar system environments and extrasolar planets               Experimental design and experimental techniques in astro-
senior standing or C.I. This course examines the history of       to establish the probability of life on other planets in our solar     physics; spherical astronomy; physics of telescopes and
the Arab-Israeli conflict, placing particular emphasis on its     system and beyond. Occasional.                                         of common astronomical detectors; error analysis. Even
origins in 19th century imperialism and Zionism. Occasional.                                                                             Spring.
                                                                  AST 2720L               COS-PHYS                    1(0,2)
ASH 5408                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)       Astronomy Techniques: PR: AST 2002. Introduction                       AST 5334                 COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)
Colloquium in Modern China: PR: Graduate status                   to basic astronomical equipment, observing/recording tech-             Extrasolar Planets and Brown Dwarfs: PR:
or senior standing or C.I. Course explores works of scholar-      niques, safety issues, and security practices needed during            Admission to Physics M.S. or Physics Ph.D., or C.I.
ship in modern China including the rise of Communism,             Public Viewing Nights at the Robinson Observatory. Fall,               Substellar-mass objects, their formation, evolution, dynam-
Chinese women and Sino-American relations. Occasional.            Spring.                                                                ics, detection, and environments. Odd Spring.

ASH 5485                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)       AST 3110                COS-PHYS                 3(3,0)                AST 5765                  COS-PHYS                     3(3,0)
U.S. China Relations: PR: Graduate standing or C. I.              Solar System Astronomy: PR: AST 2002, PHY                              Advanced Astronomical Data Analysis: PR:
An in-depth study of the significant relations between China      2053C. Interdisciplinary approach to the dynamics of the               MAC 2313, a 3000-level or higher course in astronomy
and the United States since the 18th century. Even Fall.          Solar System through application of Physics, Atmospheric               or planetary science, or C.I. Advanced astronomical data
                                                                  Science, Chemistry and Geology. Even Fall.                             formation and acquisition, detector physics, measurement
ASL 2140                  HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(4,0)                                                                                          extraction, error analysis, modeling, computer program-
Introduction to American Sign Language:                           AST 3211                COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)             ming, statistics, interpretation, and written and oral presen-
Development of ASL vocabulary and grammar. Deaf cul-              Stellar Astrophysics: PR: AST 2002, PHY 2053C.                         tation of results. Occasional.
ture, literature, research examined. Fall, Spring.                The physics and dynamics of stars, including star formation
                                                                  and stellar evolution. Occasional.                                     BCH 4053               COS-CHEM                   3(3,0)
ASL 2150             HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(4,0)                                                                                               Biochemistry I: PR: CHM 2211. A consideration of
Intermediate American Sign Language: PR:                          AST 3402                  COS-PHYS                   3(3,0)            proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, enzymes and their
ASL 2140. Expansion of ASL vocabulary with increased              Galaxies and Cosmology: PR: AST 2002 and PHY                           effect on biochemical systems, and inter-relationship of
development of knowledge concerning Deaf culture. Fall,           2048C. Study of the different types of galaxies, their evolu-          intermediary metabolism. Fall, Spring.
Spring.                                                           tion, their relationship to active galaxies and quasars, and
                                                                  the evolution of the universe. Odd Fall.                               BCH 4053H                 COS-CHEM                  3(3,0)
ASL 2510                 HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                                                                                           Honors Biochemistry I: PR: CHM 2211 and con-
Issues of Deafness: PR: C.I. The impact of deafness               AST 3722C              COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)              sent of Honors. Proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids,
on individual, family and social problems in the deaf commu-      Techniques of Observational Astronomy: PR:                             enzymes and their effect on biochemical systems, and
nity and culture, including historical and changing attitudes     AST 2002, PHY 2048C. Fundamental principles and tech-                  inter-relationship of intermediary metabolism. With Honors
toward persons and disabilities. Occasional.                      niques used in planning, reducing, and analyzing modern                content. Occasional.
                                                                  astronomical observations. Numerical treatment of photom-
ASL 3444                HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                     etry, spectroscopy, and CCD images. Even Spring.                       BCH 4054          COS-CHEM                  3(3,0)
Introduction to Signed English and Culture of                                                                                            Biochemistry II: PR: BCH 4053. Continuation of BCH
the Deaf: Vocabulary and grammar through introductory             AST 4142                COS-PHYS                     3(3,0)            4053. Spring.
level. Conceptual basis of ASL discussed. Occasional.             Asteroids, Comets, and Meteorites: PR: AST
                                                                  2002, AST 3110, and AST 3211. Asteroids, comets, and                   BCH 4103L                COS-CHEM                     2(0,6)
ASL 4161C            HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(3,1)                        meteorites and their role in the origin and evolution of our           Biochemical Methods: PR: BCH 4053. A laboratory
American Sign Language III: PR: ASL 2150.                         solar system. Occasional.                                              course stressing the application of the chemical arts to the
Conversation. Emphasis on refining fluency receptively                                                                                   separation, identification, and quantification of materials of
and expressively. Practicum with the deaf community.              AST 4152                 COS-PHYS                   3(3,0)             biological significance. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
Occasional.                                                       Planetary Geophysics: PR: AST 2002, PHY 2053C,
                                                                  and Senior standing, or C.I. Physics of planetary evolu-               BME 5572                 ECS-ECE                   3(3,0)
ASL 4201                HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(4,0)                     tion, planetary interiors, and planetary surface processes.            Biomedical Nanotechnology: PR: EEE 3350
American Sign Language IV: PR: ASL 4161C or                       Even Fall.                                                             or C.I. Human Physiology, Bioelectric Phenomena and
consent of instructor. Advanced study in complex grammar,                                                                                Neurons, Nanoelectronics for fabrication of biochips for
facial expression, metaphorical and idiomatic vocabulary,         AST 4501                 COS-PHYS                    3(3,0)            human biomedical applications, self-assembly, bioelectron-
emphasizing production of non-voiced, conversational,             Celestial Mechanics: PR: PHY 2048C, AST 2002.                          ics, moral and ethical issues. Occasional.
spontaneous signed sentences, “reading” signed phrases            The orbital motions of celestial bodies, including orbit cal-
and sentences. Occasional.                                        culation, perturbation theory, and Hohmann transfer orbits.            BOT 3018C               COS-BIOL                        3(1,2)
                                                                  Occasional.                                                            Culinary Botany Across the Cultures: PR: BOT
ASL 4301               HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                                                                                             3802, Junior standing, or C.I. Cultural food traditions and the
Structure of American Sign Language: PR: ASL                                                                                             connections between plants, people and health; examines
2140 and ASL 2150 or C.I. Study of phonologic, syntactic,                                                                                the preparation methods that enhance the nutritional values.
semantic, and discourse structure of ASL, including an                                                                                   Occasional. M&S fee: $9.50
emphasis on the biological basis of language and com-
munication. Occasional.


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                                                                                                                                  Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
BOT 3152C               COS-BIOL                    3(1,4)       BSC 1050H               COS-BIOL                      3(1,4)       BSC 4330                COS-BIOL                    3(3,0)
Local Flora: PR: BSC 2010C and BSC 2011C, or C.I.                Biology and Environment-Honors: PR:                                Invasion Biology: PR: PCB 3044 and PCB 4683, or
Recognition and identification of Florida higher plants,         Permission of Honors. Biological implications of the interac-      C.I. General principles of invasion ecology. The study of
especially those common to central Florida, stressing envi-      tion among human society, population, and technology in            addition of species into ecosystems as it provides insights
ronmental and ethnobotanical significance. Weekend field         relation to the environment and natural systems. Field trips       into basic ecological and evolutionary questions. Even
trips may be required. Occasional.                               required. Designed for Honors non-majors. Occasional.              Spring.

BOT 3802             COS-BIOL                   3(3,0)           BSC 1050L               COS-BIOL               1(0,2)              BSC 4422L              COS-BIOL             1-4(0,3-12)
Ethnobotany: PR: BSC 2011C or C.I. Historical and                Biology and Environment Laboratory: CR: BSC                        Biology Laboratory Techniques: PR: PCB 3044,
modern uses of plants economically important in various          1050. The laboratory to accompany BSC 1050. Occasional.            CHM 2210, or C.I. Individual and small group instruction in
cultures. Spring.                                                M&S fee: $15.00                                                    current laboratory techniques beyond the scope of typical
                                                                                                                                    Biology laboratories. Graded S/U. May be repeated for
BOT 3820C               COS-BIOL                      3(2,1)     BSC 2010C                COS-BIOL                      4(3,2)      credit. Occasional.
Plants and the Urban Environment: PR: Junior                     Biology I: PR: High school biology or C.I. Open only to
standing or C.I. The selection, placement, propagation and       students whose major requires this specific course. Cellular       BSC 4454              COS-BIOL                       2(0,2)
care of ornamental plants in residential and industrial areas.   and chemical basis of life, genetics, and the theory of evolu-     Research in Animal Physiology: PR: PCB 4723.
For non-majors only. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                 tion. Emphasis on problem solving, analysis, synthesis of          Development of research skills in animal physiology through
                                                                 information, and applying data effectively. Fall, Spring. M&S      hands-on experimental design, data collection, use of
BOT 4156C                 COS-BIOL                     4(2,6)    fee: $15.00                                                        data analysis software, and communication of results.
Florida Wildflowers: PR: BSC 2010C, BSC 2011C,                                                                                      Occasional.
BOT 4303C, or C.I. The biology of wildflowers of Florida,        BSC 2010H                COS-BIOL                     4(3,3)
their identification, taxonomy, distribution, flowering times,   General Biology Honors: PR: Permission of Honors.                  BSC 4821              COS-BIOL                 4(4,0)
and roles played in the environment and welfare of man.          Priority given to students whose major requires this course.       Biogeography: PR: PCB 3063 and PCB 4683 or ZOO
Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                      Basic principles and unifying concepts of modern biology.          4310C or C.I. Study of geographic variation in nature,
                                                                 Introduction to quantitative experimentation using intensive,      ranging from past to present and genes to ecosystems.
BOT 4223C               COS-BIOL                   4(3,3)        open-ended labs. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $24.00                     Occasional.
Plant Anatomy: PR: BSC 2010C and BSC 2011C, or
C.I. A study of development, structure and function of the       BSC 2011C                COS-BIOL                     4(3,3)       BSC 4861L              COS-BIOL                       3(0,3)
principal organs and tissue of vascular plants. Occasional.      Biology II: PR: BSC 2010C or C.I. Open only to students            SL Sustainability: Socially & Economically
M&S fee: $15.00                                                  whose major requires this specific course. Continuation            Viable Environmental Protection: PR: BSC
                                                                 of BSC 2010C. Organismal anatomy and physiology as it              2010C or C.I. A service-learning course utilizing an interdis-
BOT 4303C              COS-BIOL                   5(3,6)         relates to biodiversity, ecology and evolution. Emphasis           ciplinary approach to developing models and implementing
Plant Kingdom: PR: BSC 2010C and BSC 2011C,                      on problem solving, analysis, synthesis of information, and        programs designed to result in environmental sustainability.
or C.I. A survey of the plant kingdom utilizing compara-         applying data effectively. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00           Occasional.
tive morphology, structure and functions to demonstrate
relationships among extant and extinct forms. Occasional.        BSC 2011H                 COS-BIOL                 4(2,6)          BSC 4937                COS-BIOL                    2(0,2)
M&S fee: $40.00                                                  Honors Biodiversity: PR: Permission of Honors                      Instructional Experiences in Undergraduate
                                                                 and BSC 2010H or C.I. BSC 2011C for honors students;               Biology: PR: PCB 3063, Biology major with 80 semester
BOT 4434C               COM-M&M                      4(3,1)      enhanced by considerable field work, a CD-ROM “text,”              hours and 3.0 GPA. Preparation of undergraduate students
General Mycology: PR: BSC 2010C, MCB 3020C or                    relevant video programs and readings written by authorities        to more effectively learn biological concepts by facilitat-
BSC 2011C. This course is a survey of the Kingdom Fungi,         in the field. Occasional.                                          ing learning in variety of university biology labs. May be
covering the major topics of fungal diversity, structure,                                                                           repeated for credit. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
genetics, physiology, practical applications and pathogenic-     BSC 2420                COM-M&M                     3(3,0)
ity. Occasional.                                                 Principles of Biotechnology: Principles, applica-                  BSC 5258L                  COS-BIOL                       3(0,3)
                                                                 tions, laws, ethics and impact on society of biotechnology         Tropical Biology Research and Conservation:
BOT 4503            COS-BIOL                     3(3,0)          in agriculture, medicine, forestry, environment, computers/        PR: Admission to the M.S. in Biology, Ph.D. in Conservation
Plant Physiology: PR: PCB 3023 or C.I. A Study of                industrial/chemical engineering and business management.           Biology, or Certificate in Conservation Biology, or C.I.
mechanisms used by plants to cope with the environment.          Occasional.                                                        Research and conservation in New World tropics, including
Occasional.                                                                                                                         a field trip to Belize. Tropical biodiversity and forest ecology,
                                                                 BSC 3403C               COM-M&M                      4(3,4)        integrating conservation strategies in research and com-
BOT 4503L             COS-BIOL                 1(0,3)            Quantitative Biological Methods: PR: BSC                           munication. Occasional.
Plant Physiology laboratory: CR: BOT 4503. The                   2010C, MCB 3020C, CHM 2046. A laboratory course which
laboratory to accompany BOT 4503. Occasional. M&S fee:           presents modern methods and instrumentation used in                BSC 5316              COS-BIOL                     3(3,0)
$15.00                                                           quantitative biological experimentation. Fall, Spring. M&S         Marine Conservation Biology: PR: BSC 4312C
                                                                 fee: $25.00                                                        Marine Biology, graduate standing, or C.I. Examine human
BOT 4686C                COS-BIOL                   4(3,3)                                                                          impacts in marine ecosystems and how humans can
Conservation and Management of Native                            BSC 3403H              COM-M&M                   4(3,4)            become better stewards of these habitats. Odd Spring.
Plants: PR: BOT 4713C, PCB 3044 and/or BOT 4503 or               Quantitative Biological Methods-Honors: PR:
C.I. Identification, conservation, propagation and manage-       Consent of Honors, BSC 2010C, MCB 3020C, CHM 2046.                 BSC 5332               COS-BIOL                     3(3,0)
ment of Florida rare, endangered, indicator or reclamation       A laboratory course which presents the concepts, modern            Invasion Biology: PR: PCB 3044 or C.I. The three
species. Occasional.                                             methods, techniques and instrumentation used in quantita-          stages of biological invasion (introduction, establishment
                                                                 tive biological and molecular biological experimentation.          and spread) as well as impacts on native species and
BOT 4713C               COS-BIOL                      5(3,6)     Honors level content. Fall.                                        ecosystems. Even Spring.
Plant Taxonomy: PR: BSC 2010C and BSC 2011C, or
C.I. Systematic classification and identification of vascular    BSC 3424                COM-M&M                    3(3,0)          BSC 5408L                COS-BIOL                      3(0,9)
plants, with emphasis on the flora of peninsular Florida.        Nanobiotechnology: PR: MCB 1310, and either                        Advanced Biology Laboratory Techniques:
Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                                      CHM 2046 or PHY 2054C. Biological processes in nano                PR: BS degree, C.I. This course will emphasize those
                                                                 scale interactions with elements of physics & engineering.         biological techniques and resources necessary for stu-
BSC 1005                COS-BIOL                     3(3,0)      Occasional.                                                        dents about to begin thesis research. Individual and small
Biological Principles: A study of various biological                                                                                group instruction in current laboratory techniques, literature
factors which affect the health and survival of man in mod-      BSC 3949              COS-BIOL                   0(0,8)            searches, and hands-on practice of techniques will be
ern society. Designed for non-majors. Fall, Spring.              Cooperative Education in Biology: PR:                              stressed. May not be repeated for credit. Occasional. M&S
                                                                 Departmental permission required before registering.               fee: $15.00
BSC 1005H                COS-BIOL                 3(3,0)         Cooperative education experience in biology. Graded S/U.
Biological Principles-Honors: PR: Permission of                  May be repeated. Occasional.                                       BSC 5418                  COM-M&M                    3(3,0)
Honors. Biological factors that affect dependence on the                                                                            Tissue Engineering: PR: Graduate standing.
environment; the role of human population preserving eco-        BSC 4101                COS-BIOL                    3(3,0)         Introduction to Tissue Engineering with a special emphasis
logical integrity. Occasional.                                   History of Biology: PR: BSC 2010C, BSC 2011C and                   on the current status of the field, on novel methods and on
                                                                 8 hours in biology or C.I. People and events involved in the       cell biomaterial interactions. Occasional.
BSC 1005L              COS-BIOL                  1(0,2)          development of major biological concepts and disciplines.
Biological Principles Laboratory: CR: BSC 1005.                  Suitable for majors and non-majors. Occasional.                    BSC 5824                COS-BIOL                      4(4,0)
The laboratory to accompany BSC 1005. Fall, Spring. M&S                                                                             Biogeography: PR: Admission to the M.S. in Biology,
fee: $15.00                                                      BSC 4312C                COS-BIOL                   4(3,3)         Ph.D. in Conservation Biology, or Certificate in Conservation
                                                                 Marine Biology: PR: PCB 3044 and STA 2023. The                     Biology, or C.I. Study of geographic variation in nature,
BSC 1050                 COS-BIOL                  3(3,0)        biological, ecological, physical and chemical aspects of the       ranging from past to present and from genes to ecosystems.
Biology and Environment: Biological implications of              world’s oceans. Even Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                       Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00
the interaction among human society, population, and tech-
nology in relation to the environment and natural systems.
Designed for non-majors. Occasional.




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BTE 4410                ED-TLP                     3(3,0)         CAP 5066                ECS-CS                      3(3,0)        CCE 4810C              ECS-CECE                     3(2,2)
Course Construction in Business Education:                        Web Application Authoring Tools: PR: Graduate                     Construction Design Project: PR: Senior Standing,
PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. An overview and examination of               standing and/or approval of the Director of the Software          CCE 4034, and CCE 4004. The preparation and develop-
business curriculum and methodology integrated into the           Engineering Certificate Program. A survey of available tools      ment of a proposal and plan for a construction project,
vocational frameworks. Planning and preparation of materi-        for creating and maintaining Web sites, and methodologies         including construction engineering systems, site facilities,
als, managing the laboratory and involvement in vocational        for; determining which tool is best suited for a particular       construction methods, coordination, leadership, and control.
student organizations. Occasional.                                application environment. Fall.                                    Fall, Spring.

BUL 3130                BA-ACCT                        4(4,0)     CAP 5100                  ECS-CS                  3(3,0)          CCE 4813                  ECS-CECE                4(4,0)
Legal and Ethical Environment of Business:                        Human-Computer Interface Design: PR: COP                          Mechanical and Electrical Systems for
PR: Junior standing and business major or minor. Analysis         4331C, graduate standing and/or approval of the Director          Buildings: PR: CCE 4003, PHY 2049/L, CWR 3201.
of the law as a dynamic social and political institution in the   of the Software Engineering Certificate Program. Focuses          Design and construction of mechanical and electrical sys-
business environment, including contract law, torts, and          on dynamics of human-computer interaction. Provides a             tems for buildings. Fall.
ethical consideration. Fall, Spring.                              comprehensive overview of HCI design as a software dis-
                                                                  cipline. Features a user-centered approach to Web-based           CCE 5006                ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)
BUL 3130H              BA-ACCT                         4(4,0)     application design. Fall.                                         Introduction to Construction Industry: PR:
Legal & Ethical Environment of Business                                                                                             Post-bac status or C.I. This course introduces students to
- Honors: PR: Junior standing and business major or               CAP 5415                 ECS-CS                    3(3,0)         the construction industry. Topics include project evaluation,
minor, permission of Honors. Analysis of the law as a             Computer Vision: PR: COP 3503C, MAC 2312 and                      project phases, project delivery systems, contracts, estimat-
dynamic social and political institution in the business envi-    COT 3960. Image formation, binary vision, region growing          ing and schedule drawing and specifications. Research
ronment, including ethical considerations with honors level       and edge detection, shape representation, dynamic scene           paper required. Occasional.
content. Occasional.                                              analysis, texture, stereo and range images, and knowledge
                                                                  representation. Fall.                                             CCE 5036               ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)
BUL 4540              BA-MAN                       3(3,0)                                                                           Construction Estimation and Scheduling: PR:
Employment Law: PR: Management major or minor,                    CAP 5510                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)       C.I. Provides students with an understanding of esti-
MAN 3025, CR: MAN 3301. An examination of current                 Bioinformatics: PR: Background in programming                     mating and scheduling of construction projects. Topics
employment law and issues/trends in the legal environment         language or molecular biology. This course introduces             include detailed estimates, scheduling and project control.
impacting human resource management system design,                problems, concepts, algorithms, and applications in               Research paper required. Occasional.
HRM policy and employee relations. Fall, Spring.                  Bioinformatics. It covers essential topics such as sequence
                                                                  alignment and prediction of gene and protein structure.           CCE 5205               ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)
BUL 5332                BA-ACCT                    3(3,0)         Occasional.                                                       Construction Methods: PR: Post-bac status or C.I.
Advanced Business Law Topics: PR: Admission                                                                                         This class covers construction project evaluation principles
to graduate program, or Management major or minor in term         CAP 5512                ECS-CS                        3(3,0)      along with construction methods for civil and structural
of graduation, BUL 3130. Advanced business law topics             Evolutionary Computation: PR: CAP 4630 or C.I.                    systems. Occasional.
including coverage of the Uniform Commercial Code, torts,         This course covers the field of evolutionary computation,
commercial paper, and secured transactions. Fall, Spring.         focusing on the theory and application of genetic algorithms.     CCE 5406              ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)
                                                                  Spring.                                                           Construction Equipment and Productivity:
BUL 5810                 BA-ACCT                      3(3,0)                                                                        PR: C.I. Selection of appropriate equipment based on
Legal and Social Environment of Business:                         CAP 5610                ECS-CS                    3(3,0)          operational parameters. Principles of construction produc-
PR: Admission to graduate program. Analysis of the legal          Machine Learning: PR: CAP 4630 or C.I. Origin/evalu-              tivity measurement and analysis. Discrete event simulation.
and ethical environment of business, the effects of legisla-      ation of machine intelligence; machine learning concepts          Occasional.
tion and regulation on business activity, and the role of law     and their applications in problem solving, planning and
and ethics in the decision-making process. Occasional.            “expert systems” symbolic role of human and computers.            CCE 5815               ECS-CECE                     4(4,0)
                                                                  Occasional.                                                       Mechanical and Electrical Systems for
CAP 4053                ECS-CS                 3(3,0)                                                                               Buildings: PR: C.I. This course covers the design and
AI for Game Programming: PR: CS Foundation                        CAP 5636                ECS-CS                    3(3,0)          construction of mechanical and electrical systems for build-
Exam or EEL 4851C or C.I. Surveys cutting-edge AI tech-           Advanced Artificial Intelligence: PR: CAP 4630.                   ings. Research paper required. Occasional.
niques for video games and board games and contrasts              Al theory of knowledge representation, “expert systems”,
them with more traditional approaches. Spring.                    memory organization, problem solving, learning, planning,         CCJ 3014                HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)
                                                                  vision, and natural language. Fall.                               Crime in America: A survey of crime and criminality in
CAP 4104                ECS-CS                   3(3,0)                                                                             the United States, with emphasis on crime data, its weak-
Human and Technology Interaction: PR: COP                         CAP 5725              ECS-CS                      3(3,0)          nesses, and types of criminal behavior. Fall, Spring.
3330 and COP 3502C. Perceptual, cognitive, affective,             Computer Graphics I: Architecture of graphics pro-
social, organizational, commercial, and cultural factors.         cessors; display hardware; principles of programming and          CCJ 3024                HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)
Disciplines, techniques and methodologies. Web, mobiles,          display software; problems and applications of graphic            Criminal Justice System: An examination of the
and wearables. Embodied conversational agents. Elderly,           systems. Spring.                                                  components and of their interdependence in light of their
disabled and special needs. Fall.                                                                                                   traditional autonomy. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  CBH 3003              COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)
CAP 4453               ECS-CS                       3(3,0)        Comparative Psychology: PR: PSY 2012. A study                     CCJ 3058                HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)
Robot Vision: PR: COP 3503C and MAC 2312, or C.I.                 of comparative behaviors of lower animals. Occasional.            Origins of Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ 3024. Study
Perspective and orthographic projections; the processing of                                                                         of criminal justice system evolution . Focus on develop-
edges, regions, motion, shading, texture, object detection,       CCE 4003                 ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)      ments contributing to the institutions and practices of the
recognition, and machine learning. Fall, Spring.                  Introduction to the Construction Industry:                        American criminal justice system. Occasional.
                                                                  PR: EGN 3613, ENV 3001, EGN 3310 with a grade of “C”
CAP 4630              ECS-CS                    3(3,0)            or better. Project delivery systems, construction contracts;      CCJ 3450                  HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)
Artificial Intelligence: PR: COP 3503C and COT                    estimating and scheduling; ethics and labor issues. Multi-        The Criminal Justice Manager: PR: CCJ 3024 or
3960. Current methods in Al: knowledge-based systems,             disciplinary experience in engineering. Fall, Spring.             C.I. Elements of first-line supervision and executive devel-
representation, inference, planning, natural language.                                                                              opment. Administrative leadership; its nature; methods,
Programming in Lisp or Prolog required. Fall.                     CCE 4004               ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)        and traits. Recent theories and research in leadership.
                                                                  Construction Methods: PR: CES 4100C.                              Occasional.
CAP 4720                 ECS-CS                     3(3,0)        Construction methods for civil and structural systems,
Computer Graphics: PR: COP 3503C and COT 3960                     design of temporary structures, safety, and building codes.       CCJ 3451                HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)
and MAC 2147 or equivalent. Math for computer graphics,           Spring.                                                           Justice System Technology: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I.
visibility and shading, graphics and data structure, curves                                                                         Examination of the relevance of scientific and technological
and surfaces, commodity graphics hardware, and graphics           CCE 4034             ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)            developments to justice systems and their applicability to the
API. Occasional.                                                  Construction Estimating and Scheduling: PR:                       operations and management of the systems. Occasional.
                                                                  CCE 4003. Construction project estimating and bidding
CAP 5015                ECS-CS                     3(3,0)         and the preparation of construction schedules, followed           CCJ 3483                HPA-CJ/LS                 4(4,0)
Multimedia Compression on the Internet: PR:                       by in-depth coverage of time and cost control, and risk           Labor Relations in Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ
Seniors and graduate students with interest in internet           management. Fall.                                                 3024 and CCJ 3450 or C.I. Examine the role of pub-
technology. Multimedia data; internet technology; entropy;                                                                          lic sector labor relations in criminal justice to include
compression methods; lossy compression; vector quantiza-          CCE 4402                ECS-CECE                  3(3,0)          management-employee relationships, collective bargaining
tion; transform coding; wavelet video compression; model          Construction Equipment and Productivity:                          process, employee organizations, and federal-state laws.
based compression. Occasional.                                    PR: CCE 4003, CWR 3201. Selection of appropriate equip-           Occasional.
                                                                  ment based on operational parameters, principles of con-
CAP 5055                ECS-CS                 3(3,0)             struction productivity measurement and analysis, process          CCJ 3667               HPA-CJ/LS                      3(3,0)
AI for Game Programming: PR: CS Foundation                        design, and discrete event simulation. Spring.                    Victims and the CJ System: PR: CCJ 3024. Course
Exam or EEL 4851C or C.I. Surveys cutting-edge AI tech-                                                                             examines Victims as they affect the Criminal Justice system,
niques for video games and board games and contrasts                                                                                the dimensions of criminal victimization, and victim offender
them with more traditional approaches. Spring.                                                                                      programs. Occasional.



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UCF Courses and Descriptions
CCJ 4035                 HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)          CCJ 4701                 HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)       CDA 4150H               ECS-CS                     4(3,1)
Crime and the Media: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I. Explore                  Research Methods in Criminal Justice:                              Honors Computer Architecture: PR: Consent of
how the criminal justice system, criminals, and crime are          Overview of the social science research methodology                Honors and COP 3402 and CDA 3103C. Basic processor
portrayed in the media and its impact on society and the           used in criminal justice, covers the major forms of research       design, hardwired and microprogrammed control, ALU,
criminal justice system. Fall, Spring.                             designs used by social science and evaluates their strengths       memory organization, pipelining, I/O and computer arithme-
                                                                   and weaknesses. Fall, Spring.                                      tic. With Honors level content. Occasional.
CCJ 4054                HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)
Criminal Justice Ethics: Focuses on the ethical                    CCJ 4934               HPA-CJ/LS               1-3(1-3,0)          CDA 5106                 ECS-CS                         3(3,0)
issues and problems commonly encountered in the criminal           Emergent Criminal Justice Issues: PR: CCJ                          Advanced Computer Architecture: PR: EEL
justice system (policy courts and corrections). Occasional.        3014, CCJ 3024 or C.I. Developing trends and issues in             4768C. Modern processor design, instruction-level parallel-
                                                                   criminal justice facing administrators, practitioners, and         ism, thread-level parallelism, data-level parallelism, memory
CCJ 4064                HPA-CJ/LS                      3(3,0)      researchers. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.               hierarchy, and I/O. Fall, Spring.
Criminal Justice Dimensions of Genocide: PR:
CCJ 3014 or CI. Elements of Criminal Justice approach to           CCJ 5015                HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)        CDA 5110                ECS-CS                     3(3,0)
genocide, including theories, precursors, case studies, orga-      The Nature of Crime: PR: Admission to Criminal                     Parallel Architecture and Algorithms: PR: COT
nization, legal outcomes, and criminal justice majors’ roles in    Justice Master’s program or C.I. This course provides an           4210, CDA 5106. General-purpose vs. special-purpose
studying and preventing genocide. Occasional.                      overview of major dimensions of crime in the U.S.; epidemi-        parallel computers; arrays, message-passing; shared-mem-
                                                                   ology of crime, costs of crime, and typologies of crime and        ory; taxonomy; parallization techniques; communication
CCJ 4076              HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)          criminals. Occasional.                                             synchronization and granularity; parallel data structures;
Crime Analysis II: PR: CJE 4654, CJE 4663. Designed                                                                                   automatic program restructuring. Occasional.
to provide advanced data analysis skills that will enable          CCJ 5073               HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)
a crime analysis sophisticated methodologies to crime              Data Management Systems for Crime                                  CDA 5215              ECS-CS                     3(3,0)
analysis. Occasional.                                              Analysis: PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This course is             Architecture and Design of VLSI: PR: EEL
                                                                   designed to provide the conceptual basis, understanding,           4768C. Overview of VLSI technology. Logical design of
CCJ 4129                  HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)       and skills necessary for complex crime data manipulation.          basic subsystems; integrated system design tools; design
Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ                    Fall.                                                              of a VLSI computer system. Occasional.
3024. This course focuses on the problems and issues
associated with race, ethnic and gender relations in the           CCJ 5406               HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)        CDA 5532                ECS-CS                  3(3,0)
administration of justice in a democratic society. Occasional.     Research and Technology Implementation:                            Network-Centric Computing: PR: Graduate stand-
                                                                   Changing roles of social and physical sciences as related to       ing. Concepts in network-centric computing and process
CCJ 4195                 HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)      the objectives and administration of public safety agencies.       coordination in information grids. Occasional.
Interviews & Interrogations in CJ: PR: CCJ 3024                    Occasional.
(Criminal Justice System) and CJ Major or CI. The criminal                                                                            CEG 3301                ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)
justice interview process including history of criminal justice    CCJ 5456                  HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)      Engineering and Environmental Geology:
interviews, the use of Miranda, non-verbal listening, and the      The Administration of Justice: PR: Admission                       PR: EGN 3310 and CHS 1440 or equivalent. Principles
rules of testimonial evidence. Fall, Spring.                       to Criminal Justice Master’s program or C.I. This course           of physical geology, with emphasis on engineering and
                                                                   provides an overview of the criminal justice system and a          environmental topics. Study of land forms, geologic maps,
CCJ 4296             HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)            critical analysis of formal and informal processing of offend-     geologic structure, weathering, groundwater, mass wasting,
Famous Crimes & Trials: PR: CCJ 3014 or CCJ                        ers by criminal justice agencies. Fall, Spring.                    and earthquakes. Occasional.
3024 or consent of instructor. A detailed examination of
selected famous American crimes and trials since 1900.             CCJ 5467                 HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)       CEG 4011C                ECS-CECE                     4(3,2)
Occasional.                                                        Justice and Safety System Manpower:                                Geotechnical Engineering I: PR: EGN 3331 with
                                                                   Processes essentials to administration to human resources          a grade of “C” (2.0) or better and CWR 3201. Engineering
CCJ 4361               HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)             in criminal justice and public safety agencies; structure and      properties and classification of soils. Design considerations
Death Penalty: PR: CCJ 3024. This course provides                  processes for acquisition, training, and maintenance of            for compaction, seepage, consolidation, and settlement
students an opportunity to analyze and discuss complex             personnel. Occasional.                                             analysis. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $30.00
issues surrounding the death penalty and the criminal
justice system. Occasional.                                        CCJ 5489                HPA-CJ/LS                      3(3,0)      CEG 4801C               ECS-CECE                 3(2,2)
                                                                   Professionalism in Criminal Justice                                Geotechnical Engineering Design: PR: CEG
CCJ 4641                 HPA-CJ/LS                       3(3,0)    Organizations: PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Historical            4011C. Project course on design of foundations and other
Organized Crime: An examination of organized crime,                evolution of professionalism in criminal justice organizations     soil structures using geotechnical design methodologies.
including structures, history and activities, and of issues sur-   and how it has changed the structure or practices of each          Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
rounding efforts to define and control it. Occasional.             involved agency. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                      CEG 4812              ECS-CECE                 1(1,0)
CCJ 4644                HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)          CCJ 5617               HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)            Historical Developments in Civil Engineering:
White Collar Crime: PR: CCJ 3014 and CCJ 3024.                     Mental Disorder, Crime, and Criminal Justice:                      Seminar covering major historical developments in civil
Classic definitions and statements on white collar crime           PR: CCJ 5456, CCJ 5015, or C.I. An overview of the rela-           engineering. Occasional.
concepts, concepts and criminal activities, types of fraud,        tionship between mental disorder, crime, and the criminal
investigations, environmental crime, and corporate crime.          justice system. Occasional.                                        CEG 5015                ECS-CECE                 3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                                                                                           Geotechnical Engineering II: PR: CEG 4011C.
                                                                   CCJ 5675                HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)       Continuation of CEG 011C with emphasis on shear strength
CCJ 4651                  HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)         Human Rights and Criminal Justice: PR: Senior                      and design factors for earth pressures, bearing capacity,
Drugs and Crime: Focuses on the problems of drugs                  scholar or graduate standing or C.I. Provides in-depth analy-      and slope stability. Occasional.
and drug control in contemporary society. Students will            sis of the human rights movement and its potential impact
examine the problems of drugs in our society as well as            upon criminal law as well as the juvenile and criminal justice     CEG 5405                 ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)
specific strategies used by criminal justice agencies to           systems. Occasional.                                               Seepage in Soils: PR: CEG 4011C. Principles of
prevent and control illicit drug use. Fall, Spring.                                                                                   flow through soils; flow nets, analytical solutions; seepage
                                                                   CCJ 5931                 HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)        forces, design of filters and drainage layers; dewatering,
CCJ 4670               HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)             Contemporary Criminal Justice Strategies:                          drainage in dams, embankments, and pavement systems.
Women and Crime: This course covers women in                       PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Graduate level analysis of           Even Spring.
criminal justice as offenders and prisoners, as well as            contemporary crime issues and the reactions of the criminal
crime victims and professionals working in the system.             justice system to combat those crimes at both the national         CEG 5700                ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                        and international levels. May be used in the degree program        Geo-Environmental Engineering: PR: CEG
                                                                   a maximum of 3 times. Occasional.                                  4011C. Geotechnical applications to environmental prob-
CCJ 4681                HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)                                                                          lems, groundwater flow, soil contamination and groundwater
Domestic Violence and the Justice System:                          CCJ 5934                HPA-CJ/LS                    1(1,0)        contaminate transport, geosynthetics and stability of landfill
PR: CCJ 3024. Study of the nature and causes of forms of           Criminal Justice Investigative Process: PR:                        design, control of contaminated sites. Occasional.
domestic violence, pertaining to laws, prevention strategies,      Graduate standing or C.I. Advanced seminar providing stu-
and justice system response. Occasional.                           dents with a broad view of how criminal justice investigative      CEN 4020               ECS-CS                       3(3,0)
                                                                   processes operate. Focuses on the roles and responsibili-          Component-based Engineering Software: PR:
CCJ 4690                HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)          ties of agents as investigators. May be used in the degree         EEL 4851C, EEL 4882. In-depth treatment of component-
Sex Offenders and the Criminal Justice                             program a maximum of 4 times. Occasional.                          based software development including analysis design and
System: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I. Provides students a better                                                                               implementation of correct and reusable software in different
understanding of how the criminal justice system deals with        CDA 3103                 ECS-CS                  3(3,0)            component levels. Occasional.
sex offenders and their offenses. Fall, Spring.                    Computer Logic and Organization: PR: COP
                                                                   3223; CR: COT 3100C. Logic design, computer arithmetic,            CEN 5016               ECS-CS                       3(3,0)
                                                                   Instruction Set Architecture (MIPS, SPIM simulator), per-          Software Engineering: PR: COP 4331C. Application
                                                                   formance, data path, control unit, memory hierarchy, I/O           of formal software processes, engineering methods, and
                                                                   interface. Fall, Spring.                                           documentation standards to the development of large scale
                                                                                                                                      software systems. A team project is required. Spring.



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CEN 5077                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)       CET 2124              ECS-ENT                  3(3,0)               CET 4483               ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)
Web Application Testing: PR: Graduate standing                    Microcomputer Technology I: PR: High level                          Intro to Local Area Network Technology:
and/or approval of the Director of the Software Engineering       programming language. Microcomputer assembly program-               PR: EET 3085C or equivalent or C.I. An introductory level
Certificate Program. Test design strategies, patterns and         ming, including overview of architecture and operating              course in local area networks. Topics in data communica-
tools. Metrics. Client-server and wireless applications test-     system environment. Fall.                                           tions, computer networking, local area network technology,
ing. Automated testing. Quality assurance. Performance,                                                                               topologies, and protocols will be covered. May be repeated
security, and usability analysis. Cross site scripting tests.     CET 2364                ECS-ENT                   3(3,0)            for credit. Spring.
Occasional.                                                       Systems Applications in C/C++: PR: MAC 1105
                                                                  or C.I. Use of C language in control of system processes,           CET 4505                 ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)
CEN 5326                ECS-CS                       3(3,0)       DOS and BIOS interrupts, and interfacing with assembly              Applied Operating Systems I: PR: CET 2364.
Web Server Configuration and Maintenance:                         language. Introduction to programming techniques and the            Modifying the operating systems to support new types of
PR: COP 3502C, CNT 3004, graduate standing and/                   C/C++ programming languages. Fall, Spring.                          devices. Analysis of limitations and strengths of commercial
or approval of the Director of the Software Engineering                                                                               mass storage operating systems in industry. O.S. tool box
Certificate Program. Offers a comprehensive overview of           CET 3010                ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)         usage. May be repeated for credit. Fall.
the tools and techniques needed to succeed as a Web               Introduction to Information Technology: PR:
Server Administrator, including the tasks they are expected       MAC 1105. An introduction to IT field, including binary rep-        CET 4523               ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)
to perform. Occasional.                                           resentation, graphics, data compression, information theory,        Applied Systems Analysis II: PR: CET 3383.
                                                                  transmission and storage technology, and communications.            Continuation of CET 3383, with emphasis on distributed pro-
CES 4100C                 ECS-CECE                    4(3,3)      Fall, Spring.                                                       cessing which includes the interfacing of minis, mainframes,
Structural Analysis I and Lab: PR: EGN 3331 with                                                                                      software, communications, and data base technology into a
a grade of “C” (2.0) or better. Topics in structural mechan-      CET 3115C                 ECS-ENT                     4(3,2)        responsive information system. Occasional.
ics, analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures         Digital Technology: PR: MAC 1105 and C.I. Digital
by flexibility and stiffness methods computer and labora-         logic gates, memory devices, Karnaugh Maps, combina-                CET 4583               ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)
tory exercises on behavior of structures and materials. Fall,     tional logic, arithmetic units, registers and sequential logic.     Web Based Systems I: PR: CET 2364. Introduction
Spring. M&S fee: $21.00                                           Fall, Spring.                                                       to web systems with emphasis on server configuration, web
                                                                                                                                      standards, and portal design. Occasional.
CES 4101               ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)       CET 3198C              ECS-ENT                    3(3,2)
Matrix Methods for Structural Analysis: PR:                       Digital Systems: PR: DC Circuits and Digital Circuits               CET 4584             ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)
CES 4100C or C.I. Introduction to matrix structural analysis,     1. Finite State Machines and Algorithmic State Machines,            Web Based Systems II: PR: CET 4583. Advanced
2D and 3D structural analysis, special topics and modeling        includes design, synthesis and implementation of a digital          wed design concentration on use of current technology
techniques, software tools for structural engineers for com-      system using schematic capture and VHDL. Spring. M&S                (CGI, Java, XML, DHTML) to provide interactivity. Fall.
puter based applications. Occasional.                             fee: $12.00
                                                                                                                                      CET 4663               ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)
CES 4605               ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)          CET 3383                 ECS-ENT                3(3,0)              Computer and Network Security: PR: CET 2364,
Steel Structures: PR: CES 4100C. Design of struc-                 Applied Systems Analysis I: PR: CET 2364 or                         MAC 1105. Fundamentals of computer security technology,
tural steel members and buildings; emphasis on AISC-ASD           equivalent. Study of system analysis, design, develop-              including cryptography, authentication, digital signatures,
building code; introduction to AISC-LRFD building code;           ment and implementation cycle. Includes Object Oriented             and network security tools and applications. Fall.
tension and compression members, beams, beam-columns,             Programming (OOP) to implement system programs. May
connections. Fall.                                                be repeated for credit. Spring.                                     CET 4668               ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                      Practice of Information Security: PR: CET 4663
CES 4608C              ECS-CECE                    3(2,2)         CET 3529              ECS-ENT                   3(3,0)              and CET 4884 or C.I. Practice in the technical, legal, and
Steel Design: PR: CES 4605. Project course on design              Linux/Unix System Admin and Applications:                           management issues of physical, operational, computer
of steel components, connections, and frame structures            PR: CET 2364 or equivalent. Installation, creation and              and information security by means of an actual consulting
using AISC specifications. Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                maintenance of file systems, backups, and configuration.            arrangements. Occasional.
                                                                  Fall, Spring.
CES 4702                ECS-CECE                 3(3,0)                                                                               CET 4741L               ECS-CS                    3(0,3)
Reinforced Concrete Structures: PR: CES 4100C                     CET 3679                ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)           Computer Networking Laboratory: PR: C.I.
or C.I. Design of RC members using ACI code; beam flexure         Intro to Telephony: PR: EET 3085C or equivalent or                  Laboratory exercises to enhance the understanding of
and shear; compression bending; bond and development;             C.I. An introductory level course in telephony technology.          concepts/principles discussed in computer networking and
introduction to continuous frames. Spring.                        The telephony environment, telemanagement, telephony                data communication texts. Occasional.
                                                                  connectivity and services of telephony. Fall.
CES 4709C              ECS-CECE                    3(2,2)                                                                             CET 4748               ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)
Concrete Design: PR: CES 4702. Project course on                  CET 4134C              ECS-ENT                    3(2,4)            Wide Area Networks I: PR: CET 3679 or CET
design of concrete structures using concrete and structural       Microprocessor Electronics II: PR: Digital Circuits                 4483, or C.I. Designing Wide Area Networks; determining
analysis methodologies. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00                     I or C.I. The MC68000 Software architecture programming             requirements, designing the networks, structure, choosing
                                                                  and hardware architecture are covered in great details.             appropriate technologies, and evaluating results. Fall.
CES 5144                  ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)     Assembly language programming interfacing and hard-
Matrix Methods for Structural Analysis: PR:                       ware characteristics as well as applications are covered.           CET 4749              ECS-ENT                   3(3,0)
CES 4100C or C.I. Implementation of the matrix methods            Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                                         Wide Area Networks II: PR: CET 4748. Traffic
for structural analysis that are commonly and currently used                                                                          and cost generators. Access network design. Multi-speed
in practice and in research, special topics such as finite ele-   CET 4138C              ECS-ENT                    3(3,2)            access designs. Multilocal-access and mesh network
ment formulations, special analysis procedures, and use of        Digital Programmable Devices: PR: CET 3198C                         design. Spring.
software packages. Occasional.                                    or equivalent and C.I. Architecture and applications of
                                                                  various types of programmable logic devices. Design entry           CET 4882               ECS-ENT                 3(3,0)
CES 5325                ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)         methods, e.g. HDL, schematic capture, etc. Lab exercises            Network Defense Strategies: PR: CET 4663.
Bridge Engineering: PR: CES 4605 and CES 4702 or                  using PALS, PLDs, and FPGSs. Occasional.                            Secure implementation and use of preventative con-
C.I. Bridge engineering fundamentals, design philosophies,                                                                            trols when designing network architectures. Tools cov-
analysis and design concepts for concrete and steel bridg-        CET 4333              ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)             ered include firewalls, routers, and other components.
es, AASHTO specifications, Bridge rating, and introduction        Computer Organization and Design: PR: CET                           Occasional.
to Bridge health monitoring. Occasional.                          3115C. Basic computer architecture and system design. An
                                                                  introduction to memory, processor, Bus and I/O organiza-            CET 4884               ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)
CES 5606               ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)         tion. Occasional.                                                   Security Methods and Practice: PR: CET 2364
Advanced Steel Structures: PR: CES 4605.                                                                                              or C.I. Computer and information security: how security is
Behavior and design of steel buildings; emphasis on AISC-         CET 4334C                ECS-ENT                    3(2,2)          designed, implemented, and managed in the public and
LRFD building code; complex connections, tension mem-             Applied Computer Systems II: PR: CET 4333.                          private sector using technology, policies and leadership.
bers, stability of compression members, laterally unsup-          Continuation of CET 4333. High performance computer                 Spring.
ported beams, frames, and beam columns. Occasional.               architecture. Parallel processing and scalable shared-mem-
                                                                  ory multiprocessing. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.        CET 4885                 ECS-ENT                        3(3,0)
CES 5706                ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)                                                                          Investigative Digital Technology: PR: CET 4663.
Advanced Reinforced Concrete: PR: CES 4702                        CET 4427               ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)          Forensic and legal issues related to computers and net-
or C.I. Design of frames, two-way floor systems, shear walls;     Applied Database I: PR: CET 2364 or equivalent.                     works. Topics include identifying, analyzing, and interpreta-
shear and torsion; compression field theory; inelastic analy-     Design and implementation of data base systems within               tion of digital evidence and related legal issues. Fall.
sis; wind and seismic design; introduction to prestressed         the concept of central administration, structured data stor-
concrete. Occasional.                                             age. Programming project. May be repeated for credit.               CET 4889                  ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)
                                                                  Fall, Spring.                                                       Security Sensor Technology and Biometrics:
CES 5821               ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)                                                                            PR: CET 4663 or C.I. Biometric identification. Techniques
Masonry and Timber Design: PR: C.I. Structural                    CET 4429             ECS-ENT                 3(3,0)                 for extracting trait information for individual identification.
properties of masonry and timber; design loads-codes              Applied Database II: PR: CET 4427. Continuation                     Topics include multimodal biometrics, performance evalua-
and standards; analysis for axial loads, flexure and shear.       of CET 4427. Study of hierarchical database system.                 tion, biometric templates and privacy. Spring.
Occasional.                                                       Programming project is required. May be repeated for
                                                                  credit. Spring.


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                                                                                                                                   Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
CET 4931                 ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)        CGS 2585C               ECS-CS                    3(2,1)           CHM 1032L             COS-CHEM                  1(0,3)
Current Topics in Technology: PR: C.I. Study of                   Desktop/Internet Publishing: PR: CGS 1060C or                      General Chemistry Laboratory: PR: or CR: CHM
recent state-of-the-art computer related topics from recog-       equivalent. Principles and techniques of page layout and           1032. Preference will be given to students whose major
nized electronics and computer oriented technical journals        formatting for documents and newsletters, presentation             requires this course. An introductory study of physical
and texts. Requires written and verbal communication.             techniques, construction of web pages and design of inte-          and chemical properties of elements and compounds.
Occasional.                                                       grated websites. Occasional.                                       IMPORTANT: Attendance of the first laboratory session
                                                                                                                                     dealing with safety procedures is mandatory; students
CET 5012              ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)           CGS 3175               ECS-CS                         3(3,0)       who do not attend must immediately call the Chemistry
Information           and         Communications                  Internet Applications: PR: CGS 1060C. HTML cod-                    Department, and may be dropped from the class. Fall,
Infrastructure: PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This                ing, using images, sound and animation, advanced text              Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
course provides an overview of information systems in             formatting, forms and CGS scripts, introduction to javascript.
the technology world. Topics include hardware, software,          Fall, Spring.                                                      CHM 2040C               COS-CHEM                    3(2,1)
databases and related technologies, and telecommunica-                                                                               Chemistry Fundamentals IA: PR: A minimum score
tions systems. Fall.                                              CGS 3269                 ECS-CS                  3(3,0)            of 550 (SAT) or 24 (ACT) in the mathematics section. MAC
                                                                  Computer Architecture Concepts: PR: CGS                            1105 recommended. Not open to students with credit in
CGN 3501C               ECS-CECE                     3(2,3)       1060C. CPU organization, current computer architectures,           CHM 2045C. Priority will be given to students whose major
Civil Engineering Materials: PR: EGN 3331 with a                  network file servers. Fall, Spring.                                requires this course or CHM 2045C. Principles of modern
grade of “C” (2.0) or better, CHM 2046. The characteriza-                                                                            chemistry, units and measures, basic physical theory of
tion of materials used in civil engineering works to include      CGS 3763                  ECS-CS                    3(3,0)         chemical reactivity, stoichiometry, reactions in aqueous
concrete, bituminous, polymers and composite materials.           Operating System Concepts: PR: CGS 1060C.                          solutions, thermochemistry. The “NC” grading policy applies
Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $30.00                                     System calls, concept of processes, CPU scheduling,                to this course. Fall. M&S fee: $6.00
                                                                  security issues, client server paradigms, and computer sup-
CGN 4300               ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)          ported workgroups. Occasional.                                     CHM 2041C                COS-CHEM                     3(2,1)
Civil Engineering Systems: PR: EGN 3613; MAC                                                                                         Chemistry Fundamentals IB: PR: CHM 2040C
2313; STA 3032. Mathematical techniques commonly asso-            CGS 4144              ECS-CS                   3(3,0)              or its equivalent with a grade of C or better. Not open to
ciated with operations research and economics which are           Introduction to Informatics: PR: CGS 3175 and                      students with credit in CHM 2045C. The second semester of
applicable to the planning, design, and operation of civil        HIM 3006. Computers and mechanical intelligence. The               CHM 2040C. Atomic structure, periodicity, chemical bond-
engineering systems. Occasional.                                  information society. Social and information networks.              ing, states of matter, gases. The “NC” grading policy applies
                                                                  Technology and its applications. Information organiza-             to this course. Spring.
CGN 4600              ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)           tion and structure. Human behavior and communication.
Public Works Engineering: PR: ENV 3001 and                        Occasional.                                                        CHM 2045C                COS-CHEM                     4(3,1)
CWR 3201. An overview of planning, design, operation and                                                                             Chemistry Fundamentals I: PR: A passing score
maintenance of public works, with emphasis o water and            CGS 5131                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)        in the Chemistry Placement Exam. Not open to students
wastewater treatment plants. May be repeated for credit.          Computer Forensics I: Seizure and                                  with credit in both CHM 2040C and CHM 2041C. Priority
Occasional.                                                       Examination of Computer Systems: PR:                               will be given to students whose major requires this course.
                                                                  Computer literacy and C.I. Legal issues regarding seizure          Principles of modern chemistry, units and measures, basic
CGN 4808C                 ECS-CECE                       3(2,2)   and chain of custody. Technical issues in acquiring comput-        physical theory of chemical reactivity, stoichiometry, reac-
Civil Engineering Capstone Design: PR: one                        er evidence. Popular file systems are examined. Reporting          tions in aqueous solutions, thermochemistry, atomic struc-
of the following courses - TTE 4601C, CES 4608C, CWR              issues in the legal system. Fall.                                  ture, periodicity, chemical bonding, states of matter, gases.
4812C, ENV 4562C, CEG 4801C, or CES 4608C. An inter-                                                                                 The “NC” grading policy applies to this course. Fall, Spring.
disciplinary capstone design experience requiring problem         CHI 1120C             CAH-LANG                   4(3,1)            M&S fee: $9.00
definition, data collection, analysis of alternatives, economic   Elementary       Chinese           Language        and
evaluation of alternatives, and oral and written presentation     Civilization I: Designed to initiate the student to the            CHM 2045H                COS-CHEM               4(3,3)
of final design. Fall, Spring.                                    major language skills: listening, speaking, reading and            Honors Chemistry Fundamentals I: PR: High
                                                                  writing. Fall.                                                     school chemistry and permission of Honors. Not open to
CGN 5320C                ECS-CECE                 3(2,2)                                                                             students with credit in both CHM 2040C and CHM 2041C.
Geographic Information systems: Programming                       CHI 1120H                 CAH-LANG                    4(4,0)       Same as CHM 2045C with honors-level content. Fall,
theory and application of Geographic Information Systems          Honors Elementary Chinese Language and                             Spring. M&S fee: $25.00
to Civil Engineering projects. Occasional.                        Civilization I: PR: Permission of Honors. Introduces
                                                                  the student to Chinese culture through the major language          CHM 2046                 COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)
CGN 5504C                ECS-CECE                     3(2,2)      skills: Listening, speaking, reading and writing. Open only to     Chemistry Fundamentals II: PR: “C” grade or bet-
Civil Engineering Materials: PR: EGN 3365, EGN                    students with no experience in the language. Honors level          ter in CHM 2045C or CHM 2041C. Priority will be given to
3331, or C.I. Structure, properties, and applications of          content. Occasional.                                               students whose major requires this course. Continuation of
materials used in civil engineering including concrete, steel,                                                                       CHM 2045C or the CHM 2040C & CHM 2041C sequence.
asphalt, wood, soils, and composite materials. Occasional.        CHI 1121C              CAH-LANG             4(3,1)                 Intermolecular forces, solutions and colligative properties.
                                                                  Elementary          Chinese        Language   and                  Equilibria, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, electrochem-
CGN 5506C               ECS-CECE              3(2,2)              Civilization II: PR: CHI 1120C or equivalent.                      istry, nuclear chemistry. Fall, Spring.
Asphalt Concrete Mix Design: PR: CEG 4011C.                       Continuation of CHI 1120C. Spring.
Properties of asphalt, aggregate and asphalt mixtures,                                                                               CHM 2046H           COS-CHEM                   4(3,3)
Marshall mix design, Hveem mix design, pavement reha-             CHI 1121H            CAH-LANG                   4(4,0)             Honors Chemistry Fundamentals II: PR: CHM
bilitation. Occasional.                                           Honors Elementary Chinese Language and                             2045H and permission of Honors. Same as CHM 2046
                                                                  Civilization II: PR: Permission of Honors. Continuation            and CHM 2046L with honors-level content. Spring. M&S
CGS 1060C              ECS-CS                      3(2,2)         of CHI 1121H. Occasional.                                          fee: $35.00
Introduction to Computer Science: History,
typical computer, number systems, control and data flow,          CHI 2200                 CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)         CHM 2046L                COS-CHEM                      1(0,3)
peripheral components, memory devices, effects of com-            Intermediate Chinese I: PR: CHI 1121C or equivalent                Chemistry Fundamentals Laboratory: CR: CHM
puters on society, applications of computers. Not open to         or C.I. Development of Chinese language skills at the inter-       2046. Priority will be given to students whose major
Computer Science Majors. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00            mediate level. Fall, Spring.                                       requires this course. Illustration of chemical principles and
                                                                                                                                     introduction to the techniques of inorganic and physical
CGS 1060H              ECS-CS                       3(2,2)        CHI 2201                CAH-LANG              3(3,0)               chemistry. IMPORTANT: Attendance of the first labora-
Honors Introduction to Computer Science:                          Intermediate Chinese II: PR: CHI 2200 (Intermediate                tory session dealing with safety procedures is manda-
PR: Permission of Honors. History, number systems, control        Chinese I). Continuation of CHI 2200 with emphasis on              tory; students who do not attend must immediately call the
and data flow, peripheral components, memory devices,             Chinese cultures. Fall, Spring.                                    Chemistry Department, and may be dropped from the class.
effects of computers on society, applications of computers.                                                                          Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
Not open to Computer Science Majors. Occasional. M&S              CHM 1020                COS-CHEM                     3(3,0)
fee: $15.00                                                       Concepts in Chemistry: PR: High school Algebra.                    CHM 2205                 COS-CHEM                    5(5,0)
                                                                  Concepts will be examined to provide insight into the signifi-     Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry:
CGS 2100C             ECS-CS                      3(2,1)          cant role that chemistry plays in our culture. Intended as a       PR: CHM 1032 or equivalent. An introduction to organic
Computer Fundamentals for Business: Uses                          general education course. Fall, Spring.                            chemistry, stressing the chemistry of functional groups and
of computers and software in business, including business                                                                            a survey of the biochemistry of proteins, carbohydrates,
applications, commercial packages, and the internet. Not          CHM 1032               COS-CHEM                  3(3,0)            lipids, and nucleic acids. Spring.
open to Computer Science majors. Fall, Spring. M&S fee:           General Chemistry: PR: MAC 1105 or MGF 1106
$15.00                                                            or equivalent. An introductory study of the fundamental            CHM 2210                COS-CHEM                     3(3,0)
                                                                  concepts of chemistry, primarily oriented toward Health            Organic Chemistry I: PR: CHM 2046. Priority will be
CGS 2545C                ECS-CS                 3(2,1)            Science majors. The “NC” grading policy applies to this            given to students whose major requires this course. Theory
Database Concepts: PR: CGS 1060C or equivalent.                   course. Fall, Spring.                                              and applications of organic chemistry: structure, bonding,
Entity-relation model, relational database managements                                                                               kinetics, thermodynamics, reaction mechanisms, synthesis,
systems, normal forms, performance or databases, report                                                                              and stereochemistry. Structure elucidation via spectrometric
generation. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                            techniques. Fall, Spring.




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                                                                                                                                   Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
CHM 2211              COS-CHEM                 3(3,0)            CHM 4610                 COS-CHEM                   3(3,0)          CHS 3501                 COS-CHEM                      3(3,0)
Organic Chemistry II: PR: CHM 2210. Priority will                Inorganic Chemistry: PR: or CR: CHM 3411. A dis-                    Introduction to Forensic Science: PR: Preference
be given to students whose major requires this course.           cussion of descriptive inorganic chemistry based on various         will be given to students whose majors require this course.
Continuation of CHM 2210. Fall, Spring.                          bonding theories, thermodynamics, and kinetics. Spring.             Intended for majors and non-majors to provide an overview
                                                                                                                                     of the specialty areas in the forensic crime lab. Spring.
CHM 2211L                 COS-CHEM                      2(0,6)   CHM 4610L               COS-CHEM                    2(0,6)
Organic Laboratory Techniques I: PR: CHM                         Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory: PR: CHM 4610.                       CHS 3505C               COS-CHEM                   4(2,6)
2210. Priority will be given to students whose major requires    A study of physical and chemical properties and synthetic           Forensic Microscopy: PR: ‘C’ grade or better in CHM
this course. An introduction to the laboratory techniques of     techniques in Inorganic Chemistry. Fall. M&S fee: $25.00            2046 & L, and CHS 3501; and PR: or CR: PHY 2049C.
organic chemistry, including the preparation, reaction, and                                                                          The study of the polarized light microscope and its use in
analysis of organic compounds. IMPORTANT: Attendance             CHM 4914C               COS-CHEM                    1(1,1)          the identification and comparison of trace evidence. Fall.
of the first laboratory session dealing with safety procedures   Undergraduate Research Methods: PR: CHM                             M&S fee: $45.00
is mandatory; students who do not attend must immediately        2211 or C.I. Selection of a research project, instruction in
call the Chemistry Department, and may be dropped from           literature searching, seminar preparation, and laboratory           CHS 3511C             COS-CHEM                   4(2,6)
the class. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                         techniques beyond the scope of typical chemical laborato-           Trace Evidence: PR: ‘C’ grade or better in CHS 3505C
                                                                 ries. Fall, Spring.                                                 & CHM 2211. An advanced study of the techniques used
CHM 3120                COS-CHEM                   3(3,0)                                                                            to identify and compare trace evidence. Spring. M&S fee:
Analytical Chemistry: PR: CHM 2046, CHM 2046L.                   CHM 4930                COS-CHEM                     1(1,0)         $45.00
Classical and instrumental analysis. Choice of preferred         Chemistry Seminar I: PR: CHM 3120 or C.I. Student
analytical methods and techniques is emphasized through          selects a topic and an advisor and prepares a draft seminar.        CHS 3514C               COS-CHEM                  3(2,3)
applications involving both inorganic and organic systems.       Fall.                                                               Bomb Scene Investigation: PR: Forensic Science
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                        major, CHS 3501 or C.I. Procedures for recognizing, col-
                                                                 CHM 4931                COS-CHEM               1(1,0)               lecting, preserving, and analysis of evidence from a post
CHM 3120L               COS-CHEM                   1(0,3)        Chemistry Seminar II: PR: CHM 4930. Student                         blast bombing crime scene. May be repeated for credit.
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory: PR: CHM 2046,                   improves the seminar prepared in CHM 4930 (or an                    Occasional.
CHM 2046L, and PR: or CR: CHM 3120. Experimental                 approved alternative) and presents it to the Chemistry
exercise of quantitative methods of analysis using titrimet-     department. Fall, Spring.                                           CHS 3530C                COS-CHEM                  4(3,3)
ric, gravimetric, potentiometric and photometric methods                                                                             Forensic Analysis of Controlled Substances:
of analysis including statistical treatment of experimen-        CHM 5225                COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)          PR: ‘C’ grade or better in CHM 2211, PR: or CR: CHS
tal data. IMPORTANT: Attendance of the first labora-             Advanced Organic Chemistry: PR: CHM 2211,                           3505C & CHM 3120. Study of presumptive tests, isolation,
tory session dealing with safety procedures is mandatory;        graduate status or senior standing, or C.I. Theoretical and         and instrumental techniques used in identification of con-
students who do not attend must immediately call the             physical organic concepts of organic systems from the               trolled substances. Fall. M&S fee: $45.00
Chemistry Department, and may be dropped from the class.         perspective of modern structural theory, thermodynamics,
Occasional. M&S fee: $25.00                                      and kinetics. Odd Fall.                                             CHS 3533               COS-CHEM                      2(2,0)
                                                                                                                                     Forensic Biochemistry I: PR: ‘C’ or better in PCB
CHM 3212L             COS-CHEM                   2(0,6)          CHM 5235                COS-CHEM                     3(3,0)         3063 and PCB 3233. Concepts and procedures of con-
Organic Laboratory Techniques II: PR: CHM                        Applied Molecular Spectroscopy: PR: CHM 3120                        temporary forensic biochemistry, including the identification
2211 and CHM 2211L. Open-end laboratory to devel-                and CHM 2211, and graduate status or senior standing or             of body fluids and the use of genetic markers to establish
op synthesis techniques and structure elucidation skills.        C.I. Determination of chemical structure through interpreta-        identity. Fall.
IMPORTANT: Attendance of the first laboratory session            tion of UV, IR, NMR and Mass Spectra. Occasional.
dealing with safety procedures is mandatory; students                                                                                CHS 3533L                COS-CHEM                     1(0,3)
who do not attend must immediately call the Chemistry            CHM 5305                COS-CHEM                  3(3,0)            Forensic Biochemistry I Laboratory: PR: ‘C’
Department, and may be dropped from the class. Fall. M&S         Applied Biological Chemistry: PR: CHM 2211,                         grade or better in BSC 2010C, PCB 3063, PCB 3063L, PCB
fee: $45.00                                                      and graduate status or senior standing or C.I. The identi-          3233, PCB 3233L and PR: or CR: CHS 3533. Concepts
                                                                 fication from plants, synthesis, assessment of bioactivity,         and procedures of contemporary forensic biochemistry.
CHM 3410              COS-CHEM                     4(3,1)        and design of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals, as well            Emphasis on techniques and procedures used in opera-
Physical Chemistry I: PR: CHM 2046, PHY 2049C,                   as the impact of biotechnology in the chemical industry.            tional crime laboratories in the U.S. Fall. M&S fee: $45.00
and MAC 2312. Rigorous treatment of atomic and molecular         Occasional.
structure, thermodynamics, kinetics, and chemical bonding.                                                                           CHS 3540C                COS-CHEM                    2(1,3)
Fall.                                                            CHM 5450                 COS-CHEM                       3(3,0)      Fire and Debris Analysis I: PR: CHM 3120 and
                                                                 Polymer Chemistry: PR: CHM 2211, and graduate                       C.I. A lecture/laboratory course covering the procedures for
CHM 3411             COS-CHEM             3(3,0)                 status or senior standing or C.I. An introduction to the chem-      recovering and identifying flammable liquids in fire related
Physical Chemistry II: PR: CHM 3410. Continuation                istry of synthetic polymers. Synthetic methods, polymeriza-         evidence. Occasional.
of CHM 3410. Spring.                                             tion mechanisms, characterization techniques, and polymer
                                                                 properties will be considered. Even Fall.                           CHS 3595                 COS-CHEM                      3(3,0)
CHM 3411L             COS-CHEM                   2(0,6)                                                                              Forensic Science in the Courtroom: PR: or CR:
Physical Chemistry Laboratory: PR: CHM 3120                      CHM 5451C              COS-CHEM                    3(1,5)           CHS 3501 and Forensic Science major. The special needs
and CR: CHM 3411. Classical as well as modern instru-            Techniques in Polymer Science: PR: CHM 2211                         of the forensic scientist in preparing for and participating in
mental techniques coupled with computer data processing          and CHM 3410, graduate status or senior standing, or C.I.           courtroom proceedings. Spring.
to measure physical properties and determine atomic and          A laboratory and lecture course designed to introduce stu-
molecular parameters. Spring. M&S fee: $41.00                    dents to the major polymerization mechanisms along with             CHS 3949              COS-CHEM                 0(0,8)
                                                                 polymer characterization and processing methods using               Cooperative Education in Chemistry: PR:
CHM 3422                 COS-CHEM               3(3,0)           modern instrumentation. Odd Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                 Departmental permission required before registering.
Applied Physical Chemistry: PR: PHY 2049C and                                                                                        Cooperative education experience in chemistry. Graded
MAC 2312. Physical chemistry as applied to the study of          CHM 5580                COS-CHEM                   3(3,0)           S/U. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
biological and forensic science. Fall.                           Advanced Physical Chemistry: CR: CHM 3411
                                                                 and PR: MAC 2313, and graduate status or senior standing            CHS 4200                COS-CHEM                     3(3,0)
CHM 4130               COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)        or C.I. Selected topics of thermodynamics, kinetics, quan-          Concepts in Industrial Chemistry: PR: CHM
Advanced Analytical Laboratory Technique:                        tum mechanics, and structure. Occasional.                           3410. An introduction to industrial practices, emphasizing
PR: CHM 2211, CHM 3120 (with a minimum grade of “C” or                                                                               the application of chemical principles in the development of
2.0) and CR:CHM 3411 or PR:CHM 3422. Modern methods              CHM 5715C                COS-CHEM                    3(2,3)         a commercial process or product. Occasional.
of analysis including electrochemistry, spectroscopy, and        Optical         Materials         Processing            and
separation techniques. Spring.                                   Characterization Techniques: PR: CHM 3411 and                       CHS 4506C               COS-CHEM                 3(2,3)
                                                                 CHM 4610 or equivalent. Glasses, crystals and polymeric             Forensic Investigation Technology: PR: A grade
CHM 4130L                COS-CHEM                     2(0,6)     materials will be processed and characterized for their prop-       of “C” or better in CHS 3505C or C.I. Modern technology
Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory:                        erties. Laboratory will emphasize material structure and            applied to forensic investigation. Occasional.
PR: or CR: CHM 4130. This course focus on the experimen-         physical property relationships. Occasional.
tal exercise of instrumental methods of analysis. Successful                                                                         CHS 4515C                COS-CHEM                    4(2,6)
students will develop practical skills performing experiments    CHS 1440                  COS-CHEM                       4(3,1)     Forensic Crime Scene Investigation: PR: Grade
based on spectroscopic and chromatographic methods of            Fundamentals of Chemistry for Engineers:                            of ‘C’ or better in CHS 3511C. Procedures for the investiga-
analysis. Statistical data treatment of experimental results     PR: One year of high school chemistry or CHM 1032. Basic            tion of arson, explosives, and crime scenes. Occasional.
will be also exercised. Spring. M&S fee: $25.00                  concepts of chemistry, with emphasis on problem solving
                                                                 and engineering applications. Atomic and molecular struc-           CHS 4534C             COS-CHEM                      3(1,6)
CHM 4220                 COS-CHEM                     3(3,0)     ture, states of matter, stoichiometry, equilibria, electrochem-     Forensic Biochemistry II: PR: CHS 3533C and C.I.
Organic Chemistry III: PR: CHM 2211 or its equiva-               istry and thermodynamics. The “NC” grading policy applies           Advanced treatment of the theoretical and practical aspects
lent. Organic reaction mechanisms and retrosynthetic analy-      to this course. Fall, Spring.                                       of forensic DNA analysis and the use of population genet-
sis and their application to synthetic chemistry. Occasional.                                                                        ics and genetic data analysis for evidence interpretation.
                                                                                                                                     Spring. M&S fee: $45.00




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UCF Courses and Descriptions
CHS 4537                 COS-CHEM                  2(2,0)         CIS 4313               ECS-CS                        3(3,0)         CJE 4012               HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)
Forensic Laboratory Quality Assurance: PR:                        Managing IT Integration: PR: CIS 3003.                              Criminal Profiling in Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ
Grade of “C” or better in CHS 3501, CHS 3505C, and CHS            Requirements, acquisition and sourcing. Integration. Project        3014 or C.I. Examines criminal profiling undertaken by law
3533 or C.I. Concepts and principles of quality assurance         management. Testing and QA. Organizational context.                 enforcement and prosecution authorities which consists of
and quality systems management in forensic laboratories.          Architecture. Spring.                                               gathering, reviewing and analyzing evidence pertaining to
Fall.                                                                                                                                 violent crimes. Occasional.
                                                                  CIS 4361                ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
CHS 4541C                 COS-CHEM                 2(1,3)         Secure          Operating            Systems          and           CJE 4014                 HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)
Fire and Debris Analysis II: PR: CHS 3540C or                     Administration: PR: COP 4600 or CGS 3763.                           Police and Society: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I. An exami-
C.I. An advanced lecture/laboratory course covering the           Understanding of secure operating systems requirements,             nation of the varied roles of police in contemporary society.
procedures for recovering and identifying flammable liquids       design principles and theories, protection methods, access          Emphasis is on dynamics of police/citizen interactions and
in real fire related evidence. Occasional.                        control, authentication, vulnerability, analysis and case           the police subculture. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  studies. Occasional.
CHS 4547C             COS-CHEM                 3(2,3)                                                                                 CJE 4174                HPA-CJ/LS                 4(4,0)
Advanced Topics in Trace Analysis: PR: CHS                        CIS 4615                  ECS-CS                       3(3,0)       Comparative Justice Systems: PR: CCJ 3024 and
3511C, or C.I. Recovery and analysis of forensic trace            Secure          Software          Development            and        CJL 3510 or C.I. A survey of contemporary foreign criminal
evidence. Occasional. M&S fee: $39.00                             Assurance: PR: (COP 4600 or CGS 3763) and (CIS                      justice and differences emerging from various political,
                                                                  3360 or CIS 3362) or C.I. Thread modeling, Secure code              cultural and legal systems. Occasional.
CHS 4591                 COS-CHEM                   4(0,40)       life-cycle, Buffer overflows, race conditions and format string
Forensic Science Internship: PR: Senior standing,                 problems, Inputs and clients, File system, Cryptography             CJE 4352               HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)
within 8 hrs. of completion of degree requirements, and 2.5       applications, UMLsec, Java security and Reverse engineer-           Policy Development in Law Enforcement: PR:
overall GPA. Credit for full-time work (15 weeks; 600 hours)      ing. Occasional.                                                    CJE 4014. The course is designed to deal with policy devel-
for a professional forensic laboratory. May be repeated for                                                                           opment in law enforcement. Major issues of organization,
credit. Occasional.                                               CIS 5105              ECS-CS                     3(3,0)             administration, personnel practices and police operations
                                                                  Capacity Planning and Performance                                   will be addressed. Occasional.
CHS 4615                 COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)       Evaluation of Web Services: PR: COP 4600,
Environmental Chemistry: PR: CHM 2046, senior                     graduate standing and/or approval of the Director of the            CJE 4410               HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)
level in biological, molecular, chemical or engineering sci-      Software Engineering Certificate Program. Web perfor-               Community Policing: PR: CCJ 3014, CJE 4014. The
ences, or C.I. Principles of environmental chemistry, survey      mance problems, basic performance concepts, quantitative            viability of community policing. The theoretical basis for
of environmental law, remediation technologies, industrial        models for web performance, planning the capacity of web            community interventions are related to the daily operations
practices and environmentally responsible chemistry. Odd          services, understanding and characterizing the workload,            required by community policing. Occasional.
Spring.                                                           measuring performance. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                      CJE 4572                  HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)
CHS 5502                 COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)       CIS 5378                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)         Justice Agency Operations: PR: CCJ 3024 and
Principles of Forensic Science: PR: Admission to                  Designing Secure Transactions in Web                                CCJ 3450 or C.I. Elements, functions, and processes
Forensic Science MS program or C.I. Principles of forensic        Applications: PR: Graduate standing and/or approval                 essential to the continuing management of various criminal
science crime scene investigation, concepts in physical           of the Director of the Software Engineering Certificate             justice agencies, institutions and court systems. Occasional.
and biological evidence, evidence collection and transport,       Program. Secure electronic commerce, data indirection,
discrimination and individualization of evidence. Occasional.     shell command injection, cross-site scripting, Web Trojans,         CJE 4610                HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)
                                                                  symmetric encryption, security protocols, application vulner-       Criminal Investigation: PR: CJE 4014. Course
CHS 5503                  COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)      abilities, threats and hackers. Spring.                             acquaints students with basic Procedures used in Criminal
Topics in Forensic Science: PR: Graduate status                                                                                       investigations, purpose of investigations, and ingredients for
or C.I. Will include the history of Forensic Science and cur-     CJC 3010                 HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)        successful investigations. Fall, Spring.
rent issues such as Digital Evidence. Occasional.                 Corrections and Penology: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I.
                                                                  Theories, structures, and methods of institutional and non-         CJE 4630              HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)
CHS 5518               COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)         institutional processing and treatment of convicted criminals       Serial Murder and Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ
The Forensic Collection and Examination of                        and juvenile offenders. Fall, Spring.                               3014 or C.I. Study of extent, types, and explanations of
Digital Evidence: PR: Adv topics in Forensic Science,                                                                                 serial murder, and responses of the general public, law
graduate status, or C.I. This course will cover the nature        CJC 3134                  HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)        enforcement, and prosecution. Occasional.
of Digital Evidence collection and examination under the          Prisons and jails: PR: CJC 3010. An overview and
constraints of Law and courtroom procedures. Occasional.          analysis of issues in institutional corrections, focusing on        CJE 4654               HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)
                                                                  prison and jail history, inmates, guards, administration and        Crime and Place: PR: CCJ 3024. Provides an under-
CHS 5596                 COS-CHEM                 3(3,0)          management, and programming. Occasional.                            standing of how physical environmental features - the
The Forensic Expert in the Courtroom: PR:                                                                                             natural and built environment - influences crime events.
CHS 3533, CHS 6535, CHS 6536, or C.I. A study of the              CJC 3164                 HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)          Occasional.
uses of technically and scientifically trained expert wit-        Community-Based Corrections: PR: CCJ 3024
nesses at trial. Spring.                                          and CJC 3010 or C.I. An overview and analysis of correc-            CJE 4663                 HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)
                                                                  tion interventions and treatment programs in the community.         Crime Analysis I: PR: CJE 4654. Provides the essen-
CIS 3003                 ECS-CS                       3(3,0)      Occasional.                                                         tial data analysis skills necessary to effectively analyze
Fundamentals of Information Technology:                                                                                               crime, understand crime data structures and the problems
PR: CGS 2545C and COP 3223. Pervasive themes in IT.               CJC 4410                 HPA-CJ/LS                      3(3,0)      inherent in crime data. Occasional.
Organizational issues. History of IT. IT and its related and      Correctional Interventions in Criminal
informing disciplines. Application domains. Applications of       Justice: PR: CCJ 3014. Intervention techniques used                 CJE 5021               HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)
math and statistics to IT. Fall.                                  with juvenile and adult offenders in institutional and commu-       Foundations of Law Enforcement: PR: C.I.
                                                                  nity-based settings and study of the theoretical foundations.       Examines police role in modern society and law enforce-
CIS 3360                ECS-CS                         3(3,0)     Occasional.                                                         ment policy. Occasional.
Security in Computing: PR: COP 3223 or EGN 3211
or CET 2364. Security theory. Legal and human factors,            CJC 5020              HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)               CJE 5120              HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)
Malware, Intrusion patterns and tools, Windows, Unix, TCP/        Foundations of Corrections: PR: C.I. Provides                       Personnel Management in Criminal Justice
IP, and applications vulnerabilities. Detection. Policies and     an overview of correctional process in U.S., including              Organizations: PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This
enforcement. Protection and assurance. Occasional.                philosophical foundations and contemporary practices.               course provides a general overview of the issues and prob-
                                                                  Occasional.                                                         lems in the management of criminal justice agencies with an
CIS 3362                   ECS-CS                       3(3,0)                                                                        emphasis on best practices. Spring.
Cryptography and Information Security: PR:                        CJE 3001                 HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)
COP 3223 or EGN 3211 or CET 2364, and MAC 2147                    Careers in Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ 3024 or                        CJE 5688                 HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)
or equivalent. Encryption algorithms and ciphers. Public          C.I. Introductory course with focus on components of the            Cyber Crime and Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ
and private keys. Key infrastructures. Authentication, con-       Criminal Justice process (law enforcement, courts, and cor-         5015. Deals with the problem of cyber crime and the criminal
fidentiality, integrity, and nonrepudiation. Digital signatures   rections) and employment opportunities within the criminal          use of the Internet. Includes investigation, enforcement and
and certificates. Hash and digest algorithms. Standards.          justice system. Fall, Spring.                                       legal issues. Occasional.
Occasional.
                                                                  CJE 3444                HPA-CJ/LS               3(3,0)              CJJ 3014H               HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)
CIS 4004              ECS-CS                      3(3,0)          Crime Prevention: PR: CCJ 3024 or C.I. An overview                  Honors Juvenile Offenders: An Integrative
Web-Based Information Technology: PR: CNT                         and analysis of crime prevention strategies used in the             Perspective: PR: Permission of Honors. To provide
3004 and COP 3330. Digital libraries. Media formats.              private and public sectors. Fall, Spring.                           students with an integrative understanding of the social,
Compression. Streaming Media. Mobile internet and WML.                                                                                psychological, and legal dynamics evident in processing
Emerging technologies. Capacity planning for web services.        CJE 3662               HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)         juvenile offenders. Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                     CJ Information Technology and Data
                                                                  Management: PR: CCJ 3024. Designed to familiarize
                                                                  with concepts of databases, uses, and applicability to crime
                                                                  analysis. Occasional.



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CJJ 4564                 HPA-CJ/LS                   3(3,0)        CLP 3302               COS-PSYCH                 3(3,0)             CNT 4403                 ECS-CS                    3(3,0)
Juvenile Justice System: PR: CCJ 3024 and CJL                      Clinical Psychology: PR: PPE 3003 and CLP 3143.                     Network Security and Privacy: PR: (CNT 3004
3510 or C.I. Examination of programs and institutions              An overview of approaches to psychopathology, methods of            or EEL 4781 or CNT 4704) and (CIS 3360 or CIS 3362) or
including juvenile court process, intake services, and reme-       clinical assessment, and various approaches to individual           C.I. Fundamentals of network security, protocols, secure
dial procedures and practices. Occasional.                         and group counseling. Fall, Spring.                                 applications, network intrusion detection, security policy,
                                                                                                                                       firewalls, and privacy issues. Occasional.
CJL 3110                HPA-CJ/LS             3(3,0)               CLP 3413                COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)
Criminal Law in Action: Basic concepts of criminal                 Contemporary Behavior Therapy: PR: CLP 3143.                        CNT 4603                 ECS-CS                     3(3,0)
law: elements of major crimes, criminal responsibility,            Emphasis on the underlying principles and the specific              System Administration and Maintenance: PR:
defenses, and parties to crime. Fall, Spring.                      intervention procedures which are utilized in contemporary          CGS 3763. An examination of operating systems and
                                                                   behavior therapy, including treatment strategies for particu-       applications installation, configuration, and maintenance,
CJL 3510                HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)        lar behavior disorders. Occasional.                                 including client-server services, content management and
Prosecution and Adjudication: PR: CCJ 3024                                                                                             deployment, server administration and management, and
or PLA 3014 or C.I. Examination of structures and goals            CLP 3467C                COS-PSYCH                    3(2,2)        user/group management. Fall, Spring.
of offices and prosecution and criminal trial courts, and of       Interpersonal Effectiveness and Group
the processes of charging, adjudicating, and sentencing            Psychotherapy: PR: PSY 2012. Psychological aspects                  CNT 4703C             ECS-CS                       3(1,2)
defendants. Fall, Spring.                                          of interpersonal relationships, the rationale for group ther-       Design and Implementation of Computer
                                                                   apy, and strategies for enhancing interpersonal skills and          Communication Networks: PR: CNT 3004, COP
CJL 4010                HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)          personal growth. Occasional.                                        3502C, MAD 2104 or COT 3100C. Data communication net-
Legal Aspects of Policing: PR: CJE 4014. The                                                                                           working technologies (TCP/IP, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet,
legal dimensions of various police decision-making stages;         CLP 4134                 COS-PSYCH                  3(3,0)          ATM, Frame Relay), products (routers, switches, adapters,
including stops and frisks; arrests; searches and seizures         Childhood Psychopathology: PR: PSY 2012,                            cabling). Base design and detailed configuration including
wiretappings; and, interrogations. Occasional.                     CLP 3143, DEP 2004, PPE 3003. An in-depth survey of                 hands-on exercises. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $16.00
                                                                   the prevalence, classification, symptoms, diagnosis, conse-
CJL 4046               HPA-CJ/LS                      3(3,0)       quences, and treatments of disorders of infancy, childhood,         CNT 4704                ECS-CS                       3(3,0)
Liability Issues in Criminal Justice: PR: CCJ                      and adolescence. Fall, Odd Spring.                                  Analysis of Computer Communication
3024. Student of fundamental concepts found in civil law                                                                               Networks: PR: COT 3100C, STA 2023, MAC 2312.
with an emphasis on civil liability regarding criminal justice     CLP 4314                COS-PSYCH                     3(3,0)        Network design using layering. Introduces cabling, topology,
practices. Occasional.                                             Health Psychology: PR: CLP 3143, PSB 3002, PPE                      architecture, hardware and software. Includes performance
                                                                   3003. Interactions between psychosocial and physical                and control issues such as congestion control, error control,
CJL 4410                 HPA-CJ/LS                     3(3,0)      conditions, in prevention, diagnosis, intervention and health       contention resolution. Occasional.
Legal Aspects of the Criminal Court Process:                       care delivery policy planning. Course will cover empiri-
PR: CJL 3510. The legal dimension of various criminal              cal phases for prevention, assessment and intervention              CNT 4714               ECS-CS                   3(3,0)
court decision making stages, including; bail; charging; pre-      approaches for these focal areas: cancer, chronic heart dis-        Enterprise Computing: PR: CGS 3269, MAD 2104,
liminary hearing; grand jury; pretrial hearings plea hearings;     ease, diabetes, HIV disease, pain and stress. Occasional.           COP 3330 and COP 3502C. Client-server architecture.
trial; and, sentencing. Occasional.                                                                                                    Server-side scripting: Servlets, JSP, PHP. JDBC and
                                                                   CLP 4390                COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)          MySQL database; connectivity. Multi-threaded Java appli-
CJL 4514               HPA-CJ/LS                  3(3,0)           Forensic Psychology: PR: PSY 2012 and SOP 3751.                     cations. J2EE development. SSL., Event-driven program-
Criminal Sentencing: PR: CCJ 3024, CJL 3510.                       Clinical practice of psychology within the legal system,            ming. Fall, Spring.
Examines the myriad theoretical, empirical and operational         including forensic evaluation of competency/insanity, treat-
issues involved in criminal sentencing policy in American          ment, and criminal profiling. Spring.                               CNT 5008               ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
society. Occasional.                                                                                                                   Computer           Communication              Networks
                                                                   CLP 4402C                COS-PSYCH                   3(2,2)         Architecture: PR: EEL 4768C. Computer networks,
CJL 5049                  HPA-CJ/LS                    6(6,0)      Psychology of Physical Disability: PR: PSY                          layers, protocols and interfaces, local area networks net-
International Perspectives on Law and                              2012. Psychological aspects of physical disability and              working. Fall.
Justice: PR: C.I. or graduate standing. Examination of             rehabilitation. Psychological adjustment, body-mind relation-
the legal and criminal justice systems of other nations and        ships, family and societal dynamics relative to therapeutic         COM 1000                COS-COMM                      3(3,0)
territories through lecture, seminar, research and field visits.   intervention. Occasional.                                           Introduction to Communication: Survey course
Occasional.                                                                                                                            introducing students to theory, research, and practical
                                                                   CLP 5166                COS-PSYCH                     3(3,0)        principles associated with human communication in inter-
CJT 3803               HPA-CJ/LS                 3(3,0)            Advanced Abnormal Psychology: PR: Graduate                          personal, public, and professional contexts. Fall, Spring.
Security Management: PR: CCJ 3024. Examination                     status or senior standing or C.I. Consideration of clas-
of a global security management environment impacted by            sification, causation, management and treatment of emo-             COM 2347C               COS-COMM                     1(1,1)
downsizing a dramatically changing work force, religious           tional disorders. Review of theories and research in the field.     Sports Speaking and Interviewing: PR: SPC
extremism/terrorism, technological revolution and other            Lecture/Laboratory. Occasional.                                     1608. Practicum to prepare students to speak in public
challenges. Occasional.                                                                                                                forums and to participate in interviews with the mass media.
                                                                   CLP 5187                COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)          Graded S/U. Occasional.
CJT 3821                HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)        Mental Health and Aging: PR: Graduate status
Practical Security Applications: An examination                    or senior standing or C.I. Introduction to assessment and           COM 3011C              COS-COMM                 3(1,2)
of basic security principles applied to practical specific         intervention issues, practice and research related to prob-         Communication and Human Relations: PR: or
security situations encountered in the Central Florida area.       lems with cognitive and emotional functioning among older           CR: COM 3311. Semantics; symbols and meaning and their
Occasional.                                                        adults. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                     relationship with human behavior. Fall, Spring.

CJT 4843             HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)           CLT 3370               CAH-PHIL                  3(3,0)             COM 3013                COS-COMM                 3(3,0)
Risk Management in Criminal Justice/Private                        Classical Mythology: PR: ENC 1102 and either HUM                    Communication and the Family: PR: SPC 1608.
Security: PR: SCC 3311. This course examines the                   2210, REL 2300, WOH 2012, or LIT 2110. Myths of the                 The ways members of a family unit interact verbally and
concept of risk management in a criminal justice context.          Greeks & Romans studied through excerpts from ancient               nonverbally to influence one another. Even Fall.
Occasional.                                                        sources and experienced through works of art, literature,
                                                                   and music. Occasional.                                              COM 3022               COS-COMM                  3(3,0)
CLP 3004                COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)                                                                             Health Communication: PR: COM 3311 or C.I.
Behavioral Self Control: PR: PSY 2012. Application                 CLT 3378                  CAH-PHIL                  3(3,0)          Theories and research about the role communication plays
of behavioral and biofeedback techniques to self-regulation.       Comparative Mythology: PR: ENC 1102 and either                      in health. Occasional.
Occasional.                                                        HUM 2230, REL 2300, WOH 2022, LIT 2120, or CLT 3370.
                                                                   Common themes found in the myths of various cultures;               COM 3110                COS-COMM                   3(3,0)
CLP 3143                COS-PSYCH                 3(3,0)           theories of their origins, meaning and value in human expe-         Business and Professional Communication:
Abnormal Psychology: PR: PSY 2012 and PPE                          rience. Occasional.                                                 PR: Majors only, SPC 1608 or C.I. Theoretical and practical
3003. Classification, causation, and treatment of deviant                                                                              training in effective presentational speaking for business
patterns of behavior. Fall, Spring.                                CMC 4240                COS-COMM                   3(1,2)           and professions. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   Corporate/Institutional Video: PR: RTV 3200,
CLP 3143H              COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)         RTV 3260C (RTV 3260C may be taken concurrently).                    COM 3110H               COS-COMM                    3(3,0)
Honors Abnormal Psychology: PR: PSY 2012                           Preparation of non-broadcast corporate/institutional video          Honors         Business         and       Professional
and PPE 3003 and consent of Honors. Classification, cau-           programs including planning, budgeting, production, and             Communication: PR: Majors only, SPC 1608 or C.I.
sation, and treatment of deviant patterns of behavior. With        evaluation. Occasional.                                             and consent of Honors. Theoretical and practical training in
Honors content. Spring.                                                                                                                effective presentational speaking for business and profes-
                                                                   CNT 3004                ECS-CS                    3(3,0)            sions. With Honors content. Occasional.
CLP 3184                COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)        Computer Network Concepts: PR: CGS 1060C,
Women’s Mental Health: PR: PSY 2012. Social and                    EEL 3041. Network media, protocol, current and evolving             COM 3120               COS-COMM                       3(3,0)
cultural factors of mental health issues and conditions that       standards for local, metropolitan, wide area and wireless           Organizational Communication: PR: PR or CR:
are unique to or primarily impact women in the U.S. today.         networks. Fall, Spring.                                             COM 3311, or C.I. A study of communication functions and
Occasional.                                                                                                                            problems within the contexts of hierarchies. Fall, Spring.



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COM 3311               COS-COMM                      3(3,0)     COP 3503C              ECS-CS                       4(3,1)          COP 5611                  ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
Communication Research Methods: PR:                             Computer Science II: PR: COP 3502C and COT                          Operating Systems Design Principles: PR:
STA 2014C. Research methods used in communica-                  3100C and (MAD 2104 and COP 3330). Algorithm design                 COP 4600. Structure and functions of operating systems,
tion. Understanding and interpretation of original research     and analysis for tree, list, set, and graph data models;            process communication techniques, high-level concurrent
emphasized. Fall, Spring.                                       algorithmic strategies and applications, and algorithmic            programming, virtual memory systems, elementary queuing
                                                                complexity analysis; sorting and searching; practical appli-        theory, security, distributed systems, case studies. Spring.
COM 3330                 COS-COMM                     3(3,0)    cations. Fall, Spring.
Computer Mediated Communication: PR: CGS                                                                                            COP 5711               ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
1060C. Communicating through computers. The founda-             COP 3503H                  ECS-CS                     4(3,1)        Parallel and Distributed Database Systems:
tions and applications of online and interactive multimedia     Honors Computer Science II: PR: Permission of                       PR: COP 4710. Storage manager, implementation tech-
applications, including trends and limitations. Even Spring.    Honors and (COP 3502H or COP 3502C) and COP 3330                    niques for parallel DBMSs, distributed DBMS architectures,
                                                                and (MAD 2104 or COT 3100C). Algorithm design and                   distributed database design, query processing, multidata-
COM 3332                COS-COMM                     3(3,0)     analysis for tree, list, set, and graph data models; algorith-      base systems. Occasional.
Communication, Technology, and Change:                          mic strategies and applications, and algorithmic complexity
PR: SPC 1608. How new technologies influence (and are           analysis; sorting and searching; practical applications. With       COT 3100C               ECS-CS                       3(3,1)
influenced by) communication in a variety of contexts,          honors content. Fall.                                               Introduction to Discrete Structures: PR: MAC
including organization and interpersonal settings. Spring.                                                                          1105, MAC 1114. Logic, sets, functions, relations, combi-
                                                                COP 4020                 ECS-CS                       3(3,0)        natorics, graphics, Boolean algebras, finite-state machines,
COM 3406                COS-COMM                  3(3,0)        Programming Languages I: PR: COP 3503C                              Turing machines, insolvability, computational complexity.
Role of Motivation in Communication: PR: PR                     and COT 3960. Paradigms and fundamental concepts of                 Fall, Spring.
or CR: COM 3311, or C.I. Motivation theories that directly      programming languages are presented, including: scope,
affect the process of human communication. Occasional.          binding, abstraction, encapsulation, typing etc. Design para-       COT 3100H                ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
                                                                digms object-oriented, functional and logic programming are         Honors Introduction to Discrete Structures:
COM 4014               COS-COMM                    3(3,0)       presented. Fall, Spring.                                            PR: Permission of Honors and MAC 1105, MAC 1114.
Gender Issues in Communication: PR: SPC                                                                                             Logic, sets, functions, relations, combinatorics, graphics,
1608 and Junior Standing. A study of how communication          COP 4331C               ECS-CS                    4(3,1)            Boolean algebras, finite-state machines, Turing machines,
exchanges, both verbal and non-verbal, differ between men       Processes for Object-Oriented Software                              insolvability, computational complexity. Occasional.
and women, and how these differences are manifested.            Development: PR: COP 3502C, COP 3330, COT
Occasional.                                                     3960 (Foundation Exam - for Computer Science students).             COT 3960              ECS-CS                    0(1,0)
                                                                Concepts, principles, processes and methods for develop-            CS Foundation Exam: PR: COP 3502C AND COT
COM 4416                COS-COMM                   3(3,0)       ing large software systems featuring a team project using           3100C. Foundation examination for computer science
Terrorism and Communication: PR: COM 3311                       object-oriented design in UML and implementation in C++.            majors. Required before taking advanced core courses in
or C. I. How terrorism is a communication process. How          Occasional.                                                         Computer Science and upper-division 4000 and 5000 level
mass media, symbols, linguistic devices, e-terrorism, and                                                                           CS electives. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
theoretical dimensions play a role in terrorism. How com-       COP 4516C               ECS-CS                        3(1,3)
munities respond to terrorist attacks. Fall.                    Problem Solving Techniques and Team                                 COT 4210                 ECS-CS                  3(3,0)
                                                                Dynamics: PR: COP 3503C. Design and implement                       Discrete Structures II: PR: COP 3503C and COT
COM 4461                 COS-COMM                 3(3,0)        solutions to problems requiring the applications of the differ-     3960. Computation Theory. A study of the properties of
Intercultural Communication: Study of variables                 ent algorithms. Team project format. Occasional.                    grammars and automata as formal specifications for algo-
affecting messages and participants in intercultural con-                                                                           rithms and families of languages. Fall, Spring.
texts. Fall, Even Spring.                                       COP 4520               ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
                                                                Concepts of Parallel and Distributed                                COT 4400              ECS-CS                       3(3,0)
COM 4462               COS-COMM                 3(3,0)          Processing: PR: COP 3402 and COP 3503C and COT                      Tools for Algorithm Analysis: PR: COT 3960 and
Conflict Management: PR: PR or CR: COM 3311,                    3960. Parallel and distributed paradigms, architectures             COP 3503C. Tools from discrete and continuous mathemat-
or C.I. The study of communication in everyday conflicts.       and algorithms, and the analytical tools, environments and          ics for analyzing complexity of algorithms. Order notation
Fall, Spring.                                                   languages needed to support these paradigms. Occasional.            use and manipulation. Occasional.

COP 2500C               ECS-CS                       4(3,1)     COP 4600               ECS-CS                   3(3,0)              COT 4500                 ECS-CS                   3(3,0)
Concepts in Computer Science: Fundamental                       Operating Systems: PR: COP 3402 and COP 3503C                       Numerical Calculus: PR: MAC 2312 and COP
concepts in program design, data structures, algorithms,        and COT 3960 for Computer Science students. Function                3502C. Numerical methods for finding roots of nonlinear
analysis and a survey of topics in CS. Not open to Computer     and organization of operating systems, process manage-              equations, solutions of systems of linear equations, and
Science majors. Fall, Spring.                                   ment, virtual memory, I/O management, and file manage-              ordinary differential equations. Occasional.
                                                                ment. Fall, Spring.
COP 3223              ECS-CS                     3(3,0)                                                                             COT 4810                ECS-CS                     3(3,0)
Introduction to Programming with C: Equivalent                  COP 4610L              ECS-CS                    3(0,3)             Topics in Computer Science: PR: COP 3402 and
to EGN 3211. Programming in C including arrays, pointer         Operating Systems Laboratory: PR: COP 3502C.                        COP 3503C and COT 3960. A range of topics from the
manipulation and use of standard C math and IO libraries.       Exercises in the configuration, development, management             field of Computer science; application of oral and written
Fall, Spring.                                                   and analysis of operating systems; OS Kernel support for            communication skills; social, ethical and moral issues of
                                                                semaphores and multi-tasking; security in a distributed             computing. Fall, Spring.
COP 3223H               ECS-CS                   3(3,0)         heterogeneous environment. Fall, Spring.
Honors Introduction to Programming with                                                                                             COT 5310                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
C: PR: Consent of Honors. Programming with C including          COP 4710               ECS-CS                    3(3,0)             Formal Languages and Automata Theory: PR:
arrays, pointer manipulation and use of standard C math         Database Systems: PR: COP 3503C. Storage and                        COP 4020 and COT 4210. Classes of formal grammars and
and IO libraries. With Honors content. Fall.                    access Structures, database models and languages, related           their relation to automata, normal forms, closure properties,
                                                                database design, and implementation techniques for data-            decision problems. LR(K) grammars. Fall, Spring.
COP 3330              ECS-CS                      3(3,0)        base management systems. Fall, Spring.
Object Oriented Programming: PR: COP 3223.                                                                                          COT 5405                ECS-CS                      3(3,0)
Object oriented programming concepts (classes, objects,         COP 4910                ECS-CS                        3(3,0)        Design and Analysis of Algorithms: PR: COT
methods, encapsulating, inheritance, interfaces) and the        Frontiers in Information Technology: PR: COP                        4210. Classification of algorithms, e.g., recursive, divide-
expression of these concepts in the programming lan-            4610L or CNT 4703C. Research into leading edge informa-             and-conquer, greedy, etc. Data Structures and algorithm
guages such as JAVA. Fall, Spring.                              tion technologies that have a high likelihood of affecting the      design and performance. Time and space complexity
                                                                work place in the two to five year time frame. Spring.              analysis. Fall, Spring.
COP 3402                 ECS-CS                  3(3,0)
Systems Software: PR: COP 3502C. Design and                     COP 5021                 ECS-CS                      3(3,0)         COT 5520              ECS-CS                         3(3,0)
development of assemblers, linkers, loaders, and compil-        Program Analysis: PR: COP 4020 and COT 4210                         Computational Geometry: CR: COT 5405.
ers. Study memory hierarchy, program performance, and           or C.I. Static analysis of programs including theoretical           Geometric searching, point location, convex hulls, proximity
system level I/O. Fall, Spring.                                 and practical limitations, data flow analysis, abstract inter-      problems, Vononoi diagrams, spanning trees, triangulation,
                                                                pretation, and type and effect systems. Tools to automate           intersection arrangement applications. Occasional.
COP 3502C               ECS-CS                    3(3,0)        program analysis. Even Spring.
Computer Science I: PR: COP 3223 and MAC 1105.                                                                                      CPO 3034               COS-POLS                  3(3,0)
Problem solving techniques, order analysis and notation,        COP 5537               ECS-CS                        3(3,0)         Politics of Developing Areas: Comparative analy-
abstract data types, and recursion. Fall, Spring.               Network Optimization: PR: Graduate standing or C.I.                 sis of theories, problems and politics of development in
                                                                Techniques for modeling complex, interconnected systems             Third World nations. Even Fall.
COP 3502H              ECS-CS                        3(3,0)     as networks; optimization with graph theory; algorithms,
Honors Computer Science I: PR: Permission of                    data structures, and computational complexity; statistical          CPO 3103                    COS-POLS                      3(3,0)
Honors and COP 3223 and MAC 1105. Problem solving               methods for studying large, evolving networks. Fall.                Comparative Politics: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.
techniques, order analysis and notation, abstract data types,                                                                       Government and politics in selected nations, with emphasis
and recursion. Occasional.                                                                                                          upon comparative analysis of contemporary problems,
                                                                                                                                    politics, political culture, behavior, and institutions. Spring.




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                                                                                                                                   Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
CPO 3104              COS-POLS                   3(3,0)           CPO 4710                COS-POLS                    3(3,0)         CRW 3311                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
Politics of Western Europe: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.                  Women in Comparative Politics: PR: Junior                          Structure of Verse: PR: English major or minor, junior
An examination of the political and economic dynamics of          standing or C.I. A cross-national perspective on women and         standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in CRW
Western Europe in the post-1945 era. Odd Spring.                  politics; how women behave politically in various political        3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. Intensive study of the structural
                                                                  and economic contexts. Occasional.                                 characteristics of English, poetry, metrical systems, rhyme,
CPO 3132               COS-POLS                   3(3,0)                                                                             scansion, and poetic rhetorical devices. Occasional.
Canadian Studies: A multi-disciplinary approach to                CPO 4754                 COS-POLS                     3(3,0)
the study of Canada, its people, culture, government, and         Comparative Political Institutions: PR: POS                        CRW 3540                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
economy. Occasional.                                              2041, Jr. standing or C.I. The course analyzes major types         Literary Magazines: PR: English major or minor,
                                                                  of political institutions from a comparative perspective           junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in
CPO 3403                COS-POLS                   3(3,0)         including electoral laws, division of power, types of democ-       CRW 3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. Examination of fiction
Politics of the Middle East: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.                 racy, federalism, and the judiciary. Occasional.                   and poetry trends in current literary magazines, identifying
An examination of the dynamics of Middle East politics,                                                                              editorial policies in publication of contemporary literature.
including both regional and international dimensions. Even        CPO 4784                COS-POLS                     3(3,0)        Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                     Political and Economic Inequality in
                                                                  Comparative Perspective: PR: POS 2041, Jr.                         CRW 3610                 CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
CPO 3403H               COS-POLS                    3(3,0)        standing or C.I. Economic and political inequality and the         Writing Scripts: PR: English major or minor, junior
Honors Politics of the Middle East: PR:                           nature of the link between them across countries with differ-      standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in CRW
Permission of Honors. An examination of the dynamics of           ent political and economic institutions. Occasional.               3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. Theory and practice of writing
Middle East politics, including both regional and interna-                                                                           scripts for film and TV. Occasional.
tional dimensions. Honors level content. Occasional.              CPO 4794              COS-POLS                   3(3,0)
                                                                  Indigenous Politics and the Environment: PR:                       CRW 3950                   CAH-ENG                3(3,0)
CPO 3614               COS-POLS                  3(3,0)           POS 2041 or C.I. Unique environmental politics specific to         Cypress Dome Editorship: PR: C.I. Responsibility
Politics of Eastern Europe: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.                  indigenous peoples around the world. Occasional.                   for all aspects of editing The Cypress Dome-UCF’s student
An examination of the political and economic dynamics of                                                                             literary journal. Fall, Spring.
Eastern Europe in the post-1945 era. Occasional.                  CPO 5334                COS-POLS                    3(3,0)
                                                                  Contemporary Politics of the Mayan Region:                         CRW 4014                  CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
CPO 4047                 COS-POLS                  3(3,0)         PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Analysis            The Writing Life: PR: English major or minor, junior
Politics of the NAFTA Region: PR: POS 2041 or                     of issues affecting all peoples living in the contemporary         standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in CRW
C.I. Contemporary politics of the NAFTA region, analyzing         Mayan region of southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and            3013, CRW 3053 and at least one of CRW 3120, CRW
important political and socio-economic issues. Occasional.        El Salvador. Occasional.                                           3211, CRW 3310, or CRW 3610 or C.I. Critical/non-
                                                                                                                                     fiction/craft works and fictional works by a series of authors.
CPO 4062               COS-POLS                  3(3,0)           CRW 3010H                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)       Occasional.
Comparative Judicial Process: Study of courts                     Honors Creative Writing: PR: Honors GEP comple-
and judges in cross national context. Focus upon judicial         tion and permission of Honors. Theory and techniques               CRW 4114                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
recruitment, decisional patterns, and policy outcomes.            of literary genres with honors level content; practice and         History of Prose Style: PR: English major or minor,
Occasional.                                                       critique of original writing by peers and critical reading of      junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better in CRW 3013,
                                                                  established authors. Occasional.                                   CRW 3053 or C.I. Close study of style and craft in exem-
CPO 4074                 COS-POLS                 3(3,0)                                                                             plary works of fiction and creative nonfiction from various
Political Economy: PR: Junior standing or C.I.                    CRW 3011                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)         time periods. Occasional.
Interrelationship of political and economic phenomena of          Creative Writing for Non-Majors: PR: Grade
both advanced industrial societies and less developed             of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. Only open to            CRW 4122                  CAH-ENG                         3(3,0)
countries. Even Fall.                                             non-majors. The techniques of literary genres; the practice        Advanced Fiction Writing Workshop: PR:
                                                                  and critique of original work by peers; critical reading of        English major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C
CPO 4101               COS-POLS                  3(3,0)           established authors. Designed for non-majors. Not open to          (2.0) or better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053 and CRW
Politics of the European Union: PR: POS 2041                      students with credit in CRW 3013. Fall, Spring.                    3120, or C.I. Intensive writing practice in fiction. Peer critique
or C.I. Evolution of the European Union, theories of the                                                                             and group discussion of original manuscripts. Fall, Spring.
EU and EU institutions and policies from a comparative            CRW 3013                CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
perspective. Spring.                                              Creative Writing for English Majors: PR: English                   CRW 4123                   CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
                                                                  major or minor, junior standing, and grade of “C” (2.0) or         Science Fiction Writing: PR: English major or minor,
CPO 4123                COS-POLS                      3(3,0)      better required in ENC 1102, or C.I. Literary genres; practice     junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better required in
Government and Politics of Great Britain: A                       and critique of peer writing; critical reading of established      CRW 3013, CRW 3053, and CRW 3120, or C.I. Study of
survey of British government, society, politics and institu-      authors. Fall, Spring.                                             science fiction literature and writing of original science fiction
tions, emphasizing parliamentary traditions. Britain’s foreign                                                                       stories. Workshop format with critique of writing assign-
policy and European role will be discussed. Even Spring.          CRW 3053                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)         ments. Occasional.
                                                                  Theory & Practice of Creative Writing: PR: ENC
CPO 4303              COS-POLS                        3(3,0)      1101 & ENC 1102, completed with a grade of “C” or better.          CRW 4224                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
Comparative Latin American Politics:                              Examination of the genres and readings in contemporary             Advanced Nonfiction Workshop: PR: English
Comparative analysis of politics, society and culture in Latin    creative writing with attention to literary technique, and         major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or
America and selected countries of the region. Even Fall.          discussion of issues in the field. Fall, Spring.                   better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053, and CRW 3211,
                                                                                                                                     or C.I. Intensive reading, writing, and workshop of creative
CPO 4445                 COS-POLS                      3(3,0)     CRW 3120                  CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)        nonfiction drawing on memory, observation, journalistic
Comparative Political Parties: PR: POS 2041, and                  Fiction Writing Workshop: PR: English major                        research, and literary techniques. Fall, Spring.
Junior standing or C.I. Theories of the formation, structures,    or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better
organization, and behavior of political parties and political     required in CRW 3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. An intermedi-           CRW 4320                  CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
party systems in comparative perspective. Occasional.             ate level fiction writing workshop for English majors; group       Advanced Poetry Writing Workshop: PR:
                                                                  analysis and criticism; close reading of contemporary fiction      English major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0)
CPO 4514                 COS-POLS                    3(3,0)       and fiction theory. Fall, Spring.                                  or better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053 and CRW 3310,
Politics of East Asia: PR: POS 2041 or C.I. Major                                                                                    or C.I. Intensive writing practice in poetry. Peer critique and
trends in political, economic, and socio-cultural aspects in      CRW 3211                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)        group discussion of original manuscripts. Fall, Spring.
the East Asian region. Occasional.                                Creative Nonfiction Writing: PR: English major
                                                                  or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better          CRW 4616                 CAH-ENG                          3(3,0)
CPO 4541              COS-POLS               3(3,0)               required in CRW 3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. Writers                 Advanced Scriptwriting Workshop: PR: English
Chinese Politics: PR: POS 2041 or C.I. China’s politi-            present original nonfiction writing for class response and         major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or
cal development since 1949. Occasional.                           individual conferences. Reading of key works of creative           better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053 and CRW 3610,
                                                                  nonfiction with discussion of definitions of the genre. Fall,      or C.I. Intensive practice in writing scripts. Peer critique and
CPO 4553                 COS-POLS                      3(3,0)     Spring.                                                            group discussion of original manuscripts. Fall, Spring.
Politics of Japan: PR: POS 2041 or CPO 3103 or C.I.
Evolution of the Japanese political system and how domes-         CRW 3310                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)        CRW 4722                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
tic and international politics influence the functioning of the   Poetry Writing Workshop: PR: English major or                      Editing for Creative Writers: PR: English major
Japanese economy. Fall.                                           minor, junior standing, and a grade of C (2.0) or better           or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or better
                                                                  required in CRW 3013 and CRW 3053, or C.I. An inter-               required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053 and at least one of
CPO 4643                  COS-POLS                     3(3,0)     mediate level poetry workshop for English majors. Group            CRW 3120, CRW 3211, CRW 3310, or CRW 3610, or C.I.
Government and Politics of Russia: Study of the                   analysis and criticism; close reading of contemporary poetry       Overview of editing processes, the history and future of edit-
origins, institutions, and functioning of the Russian system,     and poetic theory. Fall, Spring.                                   ing, issues and areas of literary and trade book publishing,
including the lingering influence of the old order on domestic                                                                       and style through grammar and syntax. Occasional.
and foreign policy. Occasional.




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                                                                                                                                    Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
CRW 4724                CAH-ENG                          3(3,0)    DAA 2100C               CAH-THEA                   2(2,1)          DAA 3645               CAH-THEA                2(0,VAR)
The Florida Review: PR: English major or minor,                    Modern Dance I: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                 Choreography Practicum: PR: Theatre major,
junior standing, and a grade of C (2.0) or better required in      department consent. Exploration of form, style, and tech-          Dance minor, or department consent, and C (2.0) or better
CRW 3013, CRW 3053, and C.I. Hands-on experience with              nique in creative movement. Includes practical class work          required in DAA 2100C. Student practice in choreographing
all aspects of Florida Review publishing, editing, and pro-        and history lectures. Spring.                                      a concert dance work for public performance. May be used
duction in conjunction with this national journal. Fall, Spring.                                                                      in the degree program a maximum of 5 times. Spring.
                                                                   DAA 2101C               CAH-THEA                    2(2,1)
CRW 4804               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)         Modern Dance II: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                DAA 3684               CAH-THEA                 1(0,VAR)
Creative Writing in the Community: PR: English                     department consent., and C (2.0) or better required in DAA         Dance Performance: PR: Theatre major, Dance
major or minor, junior standing, and grade of C (2.0) or           2100C and DAA 2200C. Intermediate exploration of form,             minor, or department consent, and C (2.0) or better required
better required in CRW 3013, CRW 3053, and at least one            style, and technique in creative movement, including practi-       in DAA 2200C. Student performance in a concert dance
of CRW 3120, CRW 3211, CRW 3310, or C.I. Teaching cre-             cal class work and history lectures. Fall.                         work. May be repeated for credit. Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
ative writing to community groups through service-learning.
Occasional.                                                        DAA 2200C              CAH-THEA                      2(2,1)        DAE 3370               ED-CFCS                     3(1,2)
                                                                   Ballet I: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or department            Dance and Rhythmics: The development of skill
CRW 5020              CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)         consent. Fundamentals of classical ballet; includes practical      proficiency and instructional strategies in rhythmics and
Graduate Writing Workshop: PR: Admission to                        dance work as well as dance history lectures. Fall.                dance techniques, and fundamental movement patterns for
Creative Writing MFA and C.I. Student writers present their                                                                           grades K-12. Occasional.
own work, receiving detailed analysis of its strengths and         DAA 2201C               CAH-THEA                      2(2,1)
weaknesses from their fellow writers and from the teacher.         Ballet II: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or department           DAN 3134                CAH-THEA                     3(3,0)
May be used in the degree program a maximum of 4 times.            consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA 2200C.              Dance History I: PR: DAA 2200C or DAA 2520C or
Fall, Odd Spring.                                                  Intermediate classical ballet technique, including principles,     DAA 2570C or DAA 2393C, and Theatre major, Dance
                                                                   theory, and practice technique. Spring.                            minor, or department consent. The roots, trends, and styles
CRW 5130                  CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)                                                                         of dance from prehistory through the early 20th century. Fall.
Form and Theory in Creative Writing: PR:                           DAA 2300                ED-CFCS                    2(2,0)
Admission to Creative Writing MFA or C.I. Formal and theo-         Ballroom Dance: Instruction in selected ballroom                   DEP 2004                COS-PSYCH                      3(3,0)
retical study of creative writing of given genre (poetry, short    dances (foxtrot, waltz, rumba, swing, samba, cha cha,              Developmental Psychology: PR: PSY 2012. The
fiction, etc). May be repeated for credit only when course         tango, quickstep) focusing on dance and fitness aspects of         effects of genetic, psychological, maturational, and social
content is different. Occasional.                                  ballroom dancing. Fall, Spring.                                    factors on behavior throughout the life cycle. Fall, Spring.

CRW 5948C               CAH-ENG                   3(2,1)           DAA 2351              ED-CFCS                    2(2,0)            DEP 2004H                COS-PSYCH                  3(3,0)
Creative Writing Service Learning: PR:                             Salsa & Latin Dance: Instruction in salsa and selected             Honors Developmental Psychology: PR: PSY
Admission to Creative Writing MFA or C.I. On-site experi-          other Latin dances (meringue, bachata, cha cha) focusing           2012 and consent of Honors. Genetic, psychological, matu-
ence leading and sharing creative writing in community             on Latin dance and fitness aspects of ballroom dancing.            rational, and social factors on behavior throughout the life
settings. May be used in the degree program a maximum              Fall, Spring.                                                      cycle. With Honors content. Fall.
of 3 times. Occasional.
                                                                   DAA 2393C             CAH-THEA                    2(2,1)           DEP 3202                   COS-PSYCH                     3(3,0)
CWR 3201                  ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)       World Dance: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                    Psychology of Exceptional Children: PR: PSY
Engineering Fluid Mechanics: PR: MAP 2302, CR:                     department consent. Theory and applied technique of world          2012. Psychological problems of exceptional children,
EGN 3321. Fundamentals of fluid mechanics with hydrau-             dance. Semester focus will be devoted to one form, such            including diagnosis, associated emotional problems, effects
lic applications: fluid properties, hydrostatics, dimensional      as African dance, Flamenco, Irish dance, Indian dance, or          of institutionalization, special class placement, attitudes, and
analysis, energy, momentum, continuity, and steady flow.           other. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                     appropriate intervention methods. Occasional.
Fall, Spring.
                                                                   DAA 2520C             CAH-THEA                  2(2,1)             DEP 3464                  COS-PSYCH              3(3,0)
CWR 4101C                 ECS-CECE                      3(2,2)     Tap Dance I: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                    Psychology of Aging: PR: PSY 2012. An exami-
Hydrology: PR: STA 3032; CWR 3201. Hydrological                    departmental consent. Form, style, and technique in the            nation of basic psychological processes related to the
cycle, probabilistic forecasting, rainfall excess, meteorology,    basic fundamental movements of tap dance. Fall.                    aging process, with emphasis on the applied implications
groundwater, storm-water runoff, flood routing and design                                                                             of changes in perceptual-motor, social emotional and
applications. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                        DAA 2521C              CAH-THEA                    2(2,1)          cognitive-intellectual functioning. Occasional.
                                                                   Tap Dance II: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or
CWR 4203C               ECS-CECE                    3(2,2)         department consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA          DEP 5057                COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)
Hydraulics: PR: CWR 3201 Continuation of CWR 3201                  2520C. Intermediate exploration of form, style, and tech-          Developmental Psychology: PR: Graduate status
with emphasis on piping networks, pumps, and hydraulic             nique of tap dance. Spring.                                        or senior standing or C.I. Psychological aspects of develop-
systems. Laboratories with civil and environmental engi-                                                                              ment including intellectual, social, and personality factors.
neering applications. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00                DAA 2570C               CAH-THEA                 2(2,1)            Spring.
                                                                   Jazz Dance I: PR: DAA 2200C, and Theatre major, or
CWR 4812C                ECS-CECE                    3(2,2)        Dance minor, or department consent. Basic movements of             DIG 2000               CAH-DIG                        3(3,0)
Water Resources Design: PR: CWR 4101C; CWR                         American Jazz dance, including practical class work and            Introduction to Digital Media: PR: ENC 1101 and
4203C. Project course for the design of storm water, potable       Jazz dance history. Fall, Spring.                                  MAC 1105. Introduction to history, principles, and processes
and sewer transmission systems using local and state regu-                                                                            associated with digital media and designing for digital
lations. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                             DAA 2571C               CAH-THEA                   2(2,1)          media with emphasis on production and communication.
                                                                   Jazz Dance II: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                  Fall, Spring.
CWR 5125                ECS-CECE                  3(3,0)           department consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA
Groundwater Hydrology: PR: CWR 4203C or                            2570C. Intermediate Jazz dance using theory and practice           DIG 2030C              CAH-DIG                      3(2,2)
equivalent. Theories of groundwater movement, geological           in jazz technique. Spring.                                         Digital Video Fundamentals: PR: ENC 1101, MAC
factors, analysis and design techniques, etc. Emphasis on                                                                             1105; CR: DIG 2000. Introduces concepts and principles of
practical considerations. Occasional.                              DAA 3108C             CAH-THEA                     2(2,1)          producing and assembling digital video and the tools and
                                                                   Modern Dance III: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or               techniques of video and sound capture. Fall, Spring.
CWR 5205               ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)          department consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA
Hydraulic Engineering: PR: CWR 4101C and CWR                       2101C. Advanced exploration of form, style, and technique          DIG 2109C                CAH-DIG                      3(2,2)
4203C. Concepts of fluid mechanics and hydrodynamics               in creative movement. May be repeated for credit. Spring.          Digital Imaging Fundamentals: CR: DIG 2000.
applied to natural and man-made flow of intent to civil and                                                                           Introduces concepts and principles of image creation, and
environmental engineering. Occasional.                             DAA 3208C               CAH-THEA                    2(2,1)         the tools and techniques of image capture, creation, manip-
                                                                   Ballet III: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or depart-             ulation, and integration for design concepts. Fall, Spring.
CWR 5515               ECS-CECE                  3(3,0)            ment consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA 2201C.
Numerical Methods in Civil and Environmental                       Advanced classical ballet technique, including principles,         DIG 2485                CAH-DIG                   3(3,0)
Engineering: PR: CWR 4101C, CWR 4203C. This                        theory, and practice technique. May be repeated for credit.        Visual Language of the Moving Image:
course will present intermediate to advanced numerical             Fall.                                                              PR: Minimum grade of “B” (3.0) or better in DIG 2000.
methods theory and include code development and error                                                                                 Conceptual structure and design of visual storytelling.
assessment, while targeting civil and environmental engi-          DAA 3524C              CAH-THEA                    2(2,1)          Principles, mechanics, character development, personality
neering applications. Occasional.                                  Tap Dance III: PR: Theatre major, Dance minor, or                  of place, exaggeration and effects. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   department consent, and C (2.0) or better required in DAA
CWR 5545               ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)          2521C. Advanced exploration of form, style, and technique          DIG 2500C              CAH-DIG                      3(2,2)
Water Resources Engineering: PR: CWR 4101C,                        of tap dance. May be repeated for credit. Fall.                    Fundamentals of Interactive Design: CR: DIG
CWR 4203C. Systems identification and solution to complex                                                                             2000. Foundations of interactive media including user-inter-
water allocation problems, and other hydraulic engineering         DAA 3612               CAH-THEA                    3(3,0)          face design. Students combine audio, video, imaging, and
designs and operations using economic analysis and opera-          Dance Improvisation/Composition I: PR: DAA                         animation using industry standard software. Fall, Spring.
tions research techniques. Occasional.                             2100C, Theatre major, Dance minor, or department con-
                                                                   sent. Theory and practice of dance composition. Spring.




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                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
DIG 2821                CAH-DIG                        3(3,0)   DIG 3563                CAH-DIG                       3(3,0)         DIG 4373C               CAH-DIG                       3(1,4)
Creative Digital Media Problem Solving: PR:                     Information                 Management                  and          3D Textures: PR: DIG 4369C, successful portfolio
Minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 2000. Practical tools to      Entrepreneurship: PR: DIG 3525. Managing digital                     review, or C.I. Advanced application of lighting and surface
enhance the creative process in the development of new,         assets from both technical and fiduciary aspects with a view         attributes, improving on the tools, concepts, and techniques
novel, and useful ideas for digital media. Fall, Spring.        towards creating, storing, retrieving assets, and authoring of       learned in previous 3D courses. Spring.
                                                                databases and file types. Introduction of basic financial and
DIG 3024               CAH-DIG                     3(3,0)       entrepreneurial elements of starting and running a small             DIG 4394C                CAH-DIG                    3(1,4)
Digital Cultures & Narrative: PR: DIG 2030C, DIG                business. Fall, Spring.                                              Motion Graphics: Advanced Compositing: PR:
2109C, DIG 2500C, and a minimum grade of B(3.0) in                                                                                   DIG 4359C, successful portfolio review, or C.I. Advanced
DIG 2000. Understanding of digital cultures and narrative       DIG 3716C                CAH-DIG                    3(2,2)           techniques including 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, par-
theories from an interdisciplinary perspective. Conceptual      Internet Interaction: PR: DIG 3480C. Front end                       ticles, and compositing to create motion graphics. Manage
structure and design of visual and interactive storytelling.    planning and design of web pages. Design using markup                and navigate objects, images and other media in visual
Fall, Spring.                                                   languages and style sheets to produce visually pleasing and          narratives, as pertaining to 3-D Content. Spring.
                                                                usable interactive interfaces. Fall, Spring.
DIG 3035               CAH-DIG                    1(1,0)                                                                             DIG 4434C             CAH-DIG                     3(1,4)
Digital Media in the Workplace: PR: ENC 1102.                   DIG 3811               CAH-DIG                  3(3,0)               Narrative Techniques in the Moving Image:
Workplace skill preparation for Digital Media Practicum.        User-Centered Design: PR: DIG 3525. Applying                         PR: DIG 4451C, successful portfolio review, or C.I.
Fosters lifelong learning strategies and digital portfolio      knowledge about cognition and behavior to design usable              Advanced application of techniques in Visual Language
development. May be used in the degree program a maxi-          interfaces and systems. Fall, Spring.                                employed in story production focusing on advancing a nar-
mum of 4 times. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                        rative and evoking emotion. Spring.
                                                                DIG 3951                CAH-DIG                      0(0,0)
DIG 3134                CAH-DIG                     3(3,0)      Visual Language Portfolio Review: PR: C.I.                           DIG 4451C               CAH-DIG                  3(1,4)
Media Software Design: PR: DIG 2000 and COP                     Review of relevant digital and artistic works in a student’s         Visual Storytelling and Visual Development
2500C with a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 2000.            portfolio. Graded S/U. Fall.                                         Workshop: PR: DIG 3433C and successful portfolio
Fundamentals of software design in Internet environments.                                                                            review, or C.I. Techniques, mechanics of visual develop-
Introduction to discrete mathematics, programming/design        DIG 4104C             CAH-DIG                    3(2,2)              ment with emphasis on strong visual designs which com-
schema, and computational structures. Fall, Spring.             Web Design Workshop: PR: DIG 3134C, DIG                              municate effectively. Odd Spring.
                                                                3716C, DIG 3563, and DIG 3811. Students will practice
DIG 3153                CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)       designing and implementing professional-quality websites.            DIG 4455                 CAH-DIG                       3(3,0)
Writing for Digital Media: PR: Minimum grade                    May be used in the degree program a maximum of 2 times.              Interactive Performance II: PR: DIG 3450C or CI.
of “B” (3.0) in DIG 2000. Methodologies, fundamentals,          Fall, Spring.                                                        Continuation of Interactive Performance I, with focus on the
and history of written communications for the digital age.                                                                           integration of actors, audience participation, technology, and
Application of methods and fundamentals in the following        DIG 4204C             CAH-DIG                     3(2,2)             story structure. Spring.
areas: language theory, document design, markup lan-            Generating and Manipulating Digital Imagery:
guages and the editing process. Fall, Spring.                   PR: DIG 2485 and C.I. CR: DIG 3951. Core techniques for              DIG 4486C              CAH-DIG                         3(1,4)
                                                                creating and manipulating second and third digital repre-            Visual Language of Moving Image II: PR: DIG
DIG 3253C                CAH-DIG                  3(2,2)        sentations. Fall.                                                    3433C, successful portfolio review, or C.I. Application of
Digital Media Audio: PR: DIG 3480C. Audio produc-                                                                                    techniques taught to design, create, and refine visual devel-
tion processes for multimedia and new media production,         DIG 4206C                CAH-DIG                         3(1,4)      opment, story board, story reel, character design, and ani-
including examination and use of audio and MIDI sequenc-        New Imagery in Motion Workshop: PR: DIG                              mation that expresses a narrative for digital production. Fall.
ing software. Fall, Spring.                                     4325C, successful portfolio review, or C.I. Conceptual and
                                                                technical aspects of scripting, image processing, 3D/2D              DIG 4503               CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)
DIG 3355C                CAH-DIG                    3(2,2)      data acquisition while practicing the use of generators, fil-        Rapid Application Web Development: PR: DIG
Artificial Environments and Effects: PR: DIG                    ters, particles, masks, and audio into digital projects. Spring.     3134C and DIG 3716C. Asynchronous web development
2485 and C.I. CR: DIG 3951. Design and manipulation to                                                                               using current server-side and client-side scripting tech-
convey a story, thought, and concept in visual medium. New      DIG 4323C                CAH-DIG                       3(1,4)        niques and database technologies. Fall, Spring.
imagery in motion such as non-character entities, music         Modeling for Visual Language: PR: DIG 4204C,
videos, and scientific visualization. Fall.                     successful portfolio, or C.I. Application of techniques taught       DIG 4522                CAH-DIG                        3(3,0)
                                                                to model, rig, and prepare artificial characters so that they        Digital Media Service: PR: DIG 3035. Practicum
DIG 3362C                CAH-DIG                   3(2,2)       be animated effectively and express narrative for digital            in which students utilize their digital media skills to create
Artificial Characters: PR: DIG 2485 and C.I. CR: DIG            production. Fall.                                                    media rich products. May be used in the degree program a
3951. Processes and techniques for design and manipula-                                                                              maximum of 4 times. Fall, Spring.
tion of artificial characters to convey story, thought, or      DIG 4324C                 CAH-DIG                    3(2,2)
concept in a visual medium. Fall.                               Modeling for Realtime Systems II: PR: DIG                            DIG 4523L             CAH-DIG                      1(0,3)
                                                                4780C. Advanced techniques for character animation, tex-             Digital Media Service III: PR: DIG 4522L and a mini-
DIG 3433C              CAH-DIG                     3(2,2)       ture, lighting, rendering. Project oriented. Spring.                 mum grade of “B” (3.0) or better in DIG 2000. Participation
Visual Storytelling and Visual Development:                                                                                          as a leader in a consulting service for selected clients
PR: DIG 2485 and C.I. CR: DIG 3951. Processes and tech-         DIG 4325C               CAH-DIG                    3(1,4)            both within and external to the university, where students
niques to transform story concepts into a producible visual     Look Modeling Workshop: PR: DIG 4204C, suc-                          design Web pages, and provide tutorial, installation, and
experience. Odd Fall.                                           cessful portfolio review, or C.I. Techniques, mechanics of           maintenance assistance with software tools. Graded S/U.
                                                                designing, developing finished look emphasis on rendering,           Even Fall, Spring.
DIG 3450                  CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)     shading, texturing, and lighting. Spring.
Interactive Performance I: PR: Admission by audi-                                                                                    DIG 4524L              CAH-DIG                         3(0,3)
tion only. Digital Media, Theatre majors, or CI. Techniques     DIG 4326C                 CAH-DIG                      3(1,4)        Digital Media Project I: PR: DIG 3525 and a minimum
of interactive acting, with emphasis on interpersonal aware-    Geometrical Modeling Workshop: PR: DIG                               grade of “B” (3.0) or better in DIG 2000. Multidisciplinary
ness and audience facilitation. Fall, Spring.                   4204C, successful portfolio review, or C.I. Techniques and           students work with faculty and industry mentors to design
                                                                mechanics of designing and manipulating geometrical rep-             and implement a project involving virtual reality, video game
DIG 3450H              CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)        resentations of artificial characters and their environments;        production, computer animation, or interaction with the
Honors Interactive Performance I: PR: C.I. and                  introduction to procedural models. Spring.                           theme park industry. Odd Fall, Even Spring.
consent of Honors. Techniques of interactive acting, with
emphasis on interpersonal awareness and audience facilita-      DIG 4354C               CAH-DIG                     3(1,4)           DIG 4526                 CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)
tion. With Honors content. Occasional.                          Advanced 3D Animation: PR: DIG 4323C, suc-                           Digital Media Production II: PR: DIG 3525 and
                                                                cessful portfolio review, or C.I. Advanced tools, concepts           a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) or better in DIG 2000.
DIG 3480C                CAH-DIG                  3(2,2)        and techniques developed in the previous 3D animation                Management and execution of large digital media projects,
Computer as a Medium: PR: DIG 2500C, COP                        courses. Students apply techniques to 3D character anima-            using structured methods and tools learned in Digital Media
2500C, and a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 2000.            tion. Spring.                                                        Production I. Fall, Spring.
Fundamentals of client-side scripting with an emphasis on
web technologies. Development of interactive web sites          DIG 4359C                  CAH-DIG                  3(1,4)           DIG 4528               CAH-DIG                     3(0,0)
using current scripting languages. Fall, Spring.                Artificial        Environments              and  Effects             Digital Media Project II: PR: DIG 4524L and a mini-
                                                                Workshop: PR: DIG 3355C and successful portfolio                     mum grade of “B” (3.0) or better in DIG 2000. Continuation
DIG 3525              CAH-DIG                      3(3,0)       review, or C.I. Techniques and mechanics of artificial envi-         of IDS 4682. Odd Fall, Even Spring.
Digital Media Production I: PR: DIG 2030C, DIG                  ronments, with emphasis on compositing, image process-
2109C, DIG 2500C, and a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in           ing, visual style, visual continuity. Spring.                        DIG 4530C               CAH-DIG                   3(2,2)
DIG 2000. Media project planning, organization and execu-                                                                            Media for e-Commerce: PR: DIG 3134C and DIG
tion; group dynamics. Software tools for project planning,      DIG 4369C                 CAH-DIG                     3(1,4)         3716C. The applications of server-side internet program-
scheduling and management. Fall, Spring.                        Artificial Characters Workshop: PR: DIG 3362C                        ming languages and media theory to e-commerce, internet
                                                                and successful portfolio review, or C.I. Techniques and              security, and online portals. Fall, Spring.
DIG 3543C                  CAH-DIG                3(2,2)        mechanics of artificial characters, with emphasis on attitude
The Production Process: PR: DIG 2485 and C.I.                   in action, personality of character expressions, and bringing
CR: DIG 3951. Production in a visual medium from narrative      characters to life. Spring.
idea to finished artifact. Odd Fall.


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DIG 4624C                 CAH-DIG                3(1,4)          DIG 5046C              CAH-DIG                     3(1,3)             EAB 3703                 COS-PSYCH                     4(3,2)
Digital Production in Artificial Environments:                   Principles of Interactive Entertainment II: PR:                       Principles of Behavior Modification: PR: EXP
PR: DIG 4359C, successful portfolio review, or C.I.              DIG 5045C or C.I. Advanced principles of interactive digital          3404. An examination of the control of behavior through
Application of techniques to continue building artificial        content creation technologies and development processes.              applications of principles and theories of learning. Examples
environments and effects, addressing lighting, continuity,       Fall.                                                                 are drawn from clinical and social psychology and from child
movement, theme and mood to help express a narrative for                                                                               rearing. Lecture/Practicum. Fall.
digital production. Fall.                                        DIG 5137                 CAH-DIG                  3(3,0)
                                                                 Information Architecture: PR: Film and digital                        EAB 3706C                COS-PSYCH                     4(3,2)
DIG 4630C               CAH-DIG                       3(2,2)     media majors or C.I. Exploration of the process of formal             Behavior Modification - Part II: PR: EAB 3703,
Media Business Practices: PR: DIG 3525. Media                    design of interactive processes, examining the theories of            EXP 3404. Continued examination of the principles of
business practices for working with interactive web sites and    usability and object oriented design. Fall.                           behavior analysis and their application, as well as ethical
other media interfaces. Covers skills related to e-commerce                                                                            issues related to the delivery of behavior analysis programs.
and other forms of dynamic media. Fall, Spring.                  DIG 5366                CAH-DIG                     3(3,0)            Occasional.
                                                                 Creating Interactive Characters: PR: Admission to
DIG 4645               ECS-CS                        3(3,0)      Digital Media MS or C.I. Survey of issues related to creat-           EAB 5765                  COS-PSYCH                     3(3,0)
Digital Media: PR: COP 3503C or C.I. Information                 ing interactive characters. Topics will range from modeling           Applied Behavior Analysis with Children and
structures, algorithms and interactive tools for creation,       humans to reviewing realistic human capabilities. Graded              Youth: PR: DEP 5057 and EXP 5445, and graduate sta-
compression, storage, indexing and transmission of multi-        S/U. Fall, Spring.                                                    tus or senior standing or C.I. Advanced survey of principles,
media (visual images, sound, tactile displays, etc.) Project-                                                                          procedures, and techniques of applied behavior analysis,
oriented. Occasional.                                            DIG 5487               CAH-DIG                     3(3,0)             with special attention to applications with children and youth.
                                                                 Principles of Visual Language: PR: Film and                           Occasional.
DIG 4693C                 CAH-DIG                      3(2,2)    digital media majors or C.I. Overview of Visual Language,
Production Software Workshop: PR: DIG 3134C                      including the nature of perceptions and cognitions of                 EAS 3010                 ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
or C.I. Advanced programming techniques for a variety            imagery. Fall.                                                        Fundamentals of Aerospace Flight: PR: EGN
of web-based applications using ActionScript, including                                                                                3321 and a “C” (2.0) or better in all of the following prereq-
dynamic and input text, variables, physics, artificial intel-    DIG 5529C                CAH-DIG                    3(1,3)            uisites: MAC 2311, MAC 2312 and PHY 2048; CR: EGN
ligence, collision detection, user interaction, and animation.   Production for Media: PR: Admission to Digital                        3343. Fundamental theories of inviscid, incompressible
Spring.                                                          Media MS program or C.I. Theories and practices of produc-            aerodynamics and flight mechanics, airfoil theory, external
                                                                 tion processes for interactive entertainment. Fall.                   and internal flows, airplane performance. Fall.
DIG 4704                  CAH-DIG                      3(3,0)
Interactive Entertainment: PR: DIG 3525 or C.I.                  DIG 5548C               CAH-DIG                      3(1,3)           EAS 3101              ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
Ways to apply diverse skills of film making to digital media,    Rapid Prototype Production I: PR: Admission to                        Fundamentals of Aerodynamics: PR: EAS 3010.
non-linear storytelling, virtual reality, video games and non-   Digital Media MS or C.I. Students engage in interdisciplinary         Viscous, incompressible fluid flow; flow over finite wings;
traditional education and military simulation. Fall, Spring.     teams to create rapid development projects. Fall.                     aerodynamic design; introduction to computational fluid
                                                                                                                                       dynamics. Spring.
DIG 4713                CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)        DIG 5549C              CAH-DIG                       3(1,3)
Game Design: PR: DIG 3024 and DIG 3525. Principles               Rapid Prototype Production II: PR: DIG 5548C                          EAS 3530               ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)
and theories of video game design, including software,           or C.I. Students engage in interdisciplinary teams to create          Space Systems Concepts: PR: PHY 2049, MAP
content, interaction, and game play design. Project based.       advanced rapid development projects. Fall.                            2302. Physical and engineering aspects of current space
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                          flights. Space nuclear propulsion and power. Design of
                                                                 DIG 5565C               CAH-DIG                    3(1,3)             spacecraft for space environment. Communication with
DIG 4715C               CAH-DIG                       3(2,2)     Digital Asset Management Systems: PR:                                 spacecraft. Space-borne instrumentation. Spring.
Game Production: PR: A minimum grade of “B” (3.0)                Graduate standing or C.I. Structure and use of Digital
in DIG 4713 and a satisfactory portfolio review. Principles      Asset Management Systems (DAMS). Protection of intel-                 EAS 3800C                ECS-MMAE                    3(2,3)
and theories of video game production, including project         lectual property rights by encryption, water marking, steg-           Aerospace Engineering Measurements: PR:
planning, scripting, 3D modeling and texturing, level design,    anography. Version and work process flow control systems.             EGN 3343, CR: EGM 3601. Theory, calibration and use of
and audio. Project based. Fall, Spring.                          Occasional.                                                           instruments. Measurement techniques, data analysis, report
                                                                                                                                       writing. Laboratory topics related to aerospace engineering.
DIG 4720C               CAH-DIG                        3(2,2)    DIG 5627                 CAH-DIG                        3(3,0)        Fall. M&S fee: $15.00
Casual Game Production: PR: DIG 2500C, a                         Autonomous Characters: PR: Graduate status or
minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 4713, and a satisfactory       senior standing or C.I. Interdisciplinary study of autonomous         EAS 3810C               ECS-MMAE                     3(1,3)
portfolio review. Students will learn to design and implement    characters-computer programs that mimic human behavior                Design of Aerospace Experiments: PR: EAS
casual video games using professional tools and iterative        in games, simulations and interactive literature. Formal              3800C and EAS 3010. Extension of EAS 3800C. Design of
design techniques. Fall, Spring.                                 models of strategy, tactics and actions. Occasional.                  experiments in aeronautic/aerospace systems with empha-
                                                                                                                                       sis on project team activity. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
DIG 4725C                CAH-DIG                     3(2,2)      DIG 5810                 CAH-DIG                      3(3,0)
Game Design Workshop: PR: DIG 4715C, FIL                         Ways of Seeing: Cultural and Technological                            EAS 3990                 ECS-MMAE                    0(0,0)
3720C, a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 4713, and a           Perspectives: PR: Admission to Film and Digital Media                 Aerospace Career and Academic Faculty
satisfactory portfolio review. Students will learn to design     master’s program or C.I. Cultural and technological per-              Advising I: PR: MAP 2302. Mandatory meeting with stu-
and implement video games using professional tools and           spectives formed by the intersection of media and cultural            dents and their faculty advisor for career/academic advising.
iterative design techniques. May be used in the degree           studies, art history and criticism, and cinema studies. Fall.         Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
program a maximum of 4 times. Fall, Spring.
                                                                 DIG 5835                 CAH-DIG                           3(3,0)     EAS 4105                ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
DIG 4770                  ECS-CS                    3(3,0)       Digital Forensics: PR: CGS 5131 (Computer                             Flight Mechanics: PR: EAS 3101 and CR: EML
Building Virtual Worlds: PR: COP 3503C or C.I.                   Forensics I) or C.I. Application of digital scientific techniques     4312C. Analysis and design of aircraft performance, static
Design and construction of software for networked interac-       to solve information assurance, forensic and legal problems.          and dynamic stability and automatic control systems. Fall.
tive learning environments, entertainment and communi-           Occasional.
cation systems. Tools for enabling dramatic, artistic and                                                                              EAS 4134                 ECS-MMAE                 3(3,0)
technical creativity. Project oriented. Occasional.              DIG 5950               CAH-DIG                  3(3,0)                High-Speed Aerodynamics: PR: EGN 3343, EAS
                                                                 Interactive Entertainment Capstone: PR:                               3101. Normal and oblique shock waves, nozzles and wind
DIG 4780C                 CAH-DIG                     3(2,2)     Admission to Digital Media MS. Prepare a product design               tunnels, methods of analyzing compressible flow about
Modeling for Realtime Systems: PR: DIG 2109C                     document and technical design document for a production               airfoils, wings, and bodies. Viscous boundary layers and
and a minimum grade of “B” (3.0) in DIG 2000. Principles of      project. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                                    applications to the design process. Fall.
construction of 3D models for real-time applications. Topics
include level of detail management and efficiency versus         DSC 4012                  HPA-CJ/LS                    3(3,0)         EAS 4154                ECS-MMAE                        3(3,0)
visual quality for video games and simulation. Fall, Spring.     Terrorism: PR: CCJ 3024 and CJE 4014 or C.I. An                       Rotorcraft Aerodynamics: PR: EAS 3010.
                                                                 examination of competing ideologies of a variety of social            Helicopter aerodynamics. Momentum and blade element
DIG 4855               CAH-DIG                      3(3,0)       and political conflicts (both international and domestic) that        theories applied to hover, vertical and forward flight. Factors
Converging Media Capstone: PR: GEB 3031                          give rise to terrorism and of the implications for the criminal       affecting design, performance & stability will be discussed.
Cornerstone and 12 hours of restrictive electives within the     justice system. Occasional.                                           Occasional.
Visual Arts and Emerging Media Management Track. Team
based converging media projects leading to a capstone            DSC 4013               HPA-CJ/LS                3(3,0)                EAS 4200               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
project that emphasizes creative thinking, proto-typing,         Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: PR:                           Flight Structures: PR: EGM 3601. Fundamental
development, marketing and assessment paralleling the            CCJ 3014 and CCJ 3024 or C.I. Analysis of homeland                    structural and dynamic design of aircraft and space vehicle
business world. Even Fall, Even Spring. M&S fee: $45.00          safety and security in contemporary society and govern-               components. Classical and finite element methods. Fall.
                                                                 ment. Occasional.
DIG 5045C              CAH-DIG                    3(1,3)
Principles of Interactive Entertainment I: PR:
Admission to Digital Media MS program or C.I. Interactive
digital content creation technologies and development
processes. Fall.


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EAS 4210               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)        EBD 3213                  ED-CFCS                        3(3,0)      ECO 3070              BA-ECON                       1(1,0)
Space Structural Dynamics: PR: EGN 3321,                          Behavioral Issues of the Emotionally                                 Tutoring/Teaching               Techniques             for
EGM 3601and EML 3034C. Analytical mechanics and                   Handicapped: An introduction to functional schema of                 Undergraduate Economics: PR: Satisfactory
linear system theory. Modern approach to control of lumped        the field to include behavior management techniques, theo-           completion of same course the student is tutoring. Prepare
parameter systems. Review of space structure applications.        ries, legal considerations, counseling skills, etiology, preven-     undergraduate students to more effectively learn econom-
Use of finite element methods. Spring.                            tion and utilization of community services. Occasional.              ics concepts through tutoring/teaching. Graded S/U. May
                                                                                                                                       be used in the degree program a maximum of 4 times.
EAS 4300               ECS-MMAE                3(3,0)             EBD 4011                 ED-CFCS                    4(4,0)           Fall, Spring.
Aerothermodynamics of Propulsion Systems:                         Introduction to the Emotionally Disturbed:
PR: EAS 4134 or EML 4703. Fundamental analysis and                PR: Senior standing. Development and practice of appropri-           ECO 3101                BA-ECON                     3(3,0)
design considerations of propulsion systems. Turbojets,           ate cognitive, affective, and motor strategies for selected          Intermediate Microeconomics: PR: ECO 2013,
ramjets and rockets. Spring.                                      categories, levels, and degrees of severity of exceptional           ECO 2023 and ECO 3401. Theoretical study of the behavior
                                                                  population. Occasional.                                              of households, firms, and the markets in which they operate
EAS 4400                  ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)                                                                             with issues and applications. Fall, Spring.
Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics: PR: EML 4312C.                      EBD 4210                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)
Kinematics and dynamics of rigid and multibody spacecraft         Curriculum and Program Adaptation, E.H.:                             ECO 3203               BA-ECON                        3(3,0)
rotational motion. Attitude control with momentum exchange        Development of highly specialized curriculum and identifica-         Intermediate Macroeconomics: PR: ECO 2013
actuators and thrusters. Occasional.                              tion, evaluation, modification, and use of curriculum materi-        and ECO 2023 and ECO 3401. Measurement, analysis, and
                                                                  als and programs for students with emotional handicaps.              control of aggregate economic activity. Fall, Spring.
EAS 4404C               ECS-MMAE                     3(2,3)       Occasional.
Discrete Control in Aerospace Vehicles: PR:                                                                                            ECO 3223                 BA-ECON                     3(3,0)
EML 4312C and EAS 3800C. Discrete control aspects of              EBD 4243                   ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)        Money and Banking: PR: ECO 2013. Nature of
aerospace vehicles, digital controller, design, state-space       Teaching the Emotionally Handicapped:                                money, commercial banking system, and monetary theory,
representation, Z-transform, system response. Spring. M&S         Instructional strategies with emphasis on motivational strat-        and their relationship to the level of economic activity and
fee: $15.00                                                       egies, development, implementation and evaluation of the             activities of the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury. Odd
                                                                  IEP, modification of regular education instructional prac-           Spring.
EAS 4505                  ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)    tices, crisis intervention and prevention. Occasional.
Orbital Mechanics: PR: EGN 3321 and a “C” (2.0) or                                                                                     ECO 3401               BA-ECON                     3(3,0)
better in all of the following: MAC 2311, MAC 2312, MAC           EBD 4244                 ED-CFCS                      2(2,0)         Quantitative Business Tools I: PR: ECO 2023,
2313, MAP 2302 and PHY 2048. Two-body problem, orbital            Instructional Strategies and Curriculum for                          MAC 1140. Introduction to mathematical and statistical
equations, orbital transfer, earth satellite operation. Spring.   Students with Emotional Handicaps: PR: EEX                           analysis of economics and business problems. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  2010. Instructional strategies and specialized curriculum for
EAS 4700C              ECS-MMAE                    3(1,6)         teaching students with emotional handicaps with emphasis             ECO 3410               BA-ECON                     3(3,0)
Aerospace Design I: PR: EAS 4200, EAS 3010,                       on instructional techniques and use of curriculum materials          Mathematical Economics: PR: ECO 3101.
EAS 3800C, CR: EML 4312C, EAS 4991. Application of                and programs. Occasional.                                            Mathematical methods with particular focus on microeco-
the design process to the team solution of a state-of-the-                                                                             nomics foundations of individual decision-making. Spring.
art problem. Airplanes and space vehicles, systems and            ECM 4504C             ECS-ECE                    4(3,3)
devices are considered. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00             Embedded Computer Systems: PR: EEL 4768C,                            ECO 3411                 BA-ECON                   4(4,0)
                                                                  EEL 4851C, EEL 4635C. Computer Applications in Systems               Quantitative Business Tools II: PR: Junior stand-
EAS 4710C               ECS-MMAE                    3(1,6)        role, sensor and actuator interfacing. Design projects,              ing and business major or minor, ECO 2013, ECO 2023,
Aerospace Design II: PR: EAS 4700C, EAS 4991.                     including problem statements and specifications, design              and ECO 3401. The use of statistical methods as scientific
Continuation of the design process in the team building           methodology, implementation, testing, and documentation.             tools in the analysis of economics and business problems.
and testing of a prototype/model of an airplane, spacecraft,      Occasional. M&S fee: $12.00                                          Fall, Spring.
system or device. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
                                                                  ECM 5135                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)           ECO 3411H              BA-ECON                3(3,0)
EAS 4991              ECS-MMAE                      0(0,0)        Engineering Math Analysis I: PR: MAP 2302.                           Honors: Quantitative Business Tools II: PR:
Aerospace Career and Academic Faculty                             Topics in advanced engineering mathematics, including                ECO 3401, permission of honors. Same as ECO 3411 with
Advising II: PR: EAS 3990; CR: EML 4312C. Mandatory               systems of differential equations, phase plane, linear alge-         Honors level content. Occasional.
meeting with students and their faculty advisor for career/       bra, and vector differential calculus. Occasional.
academic advising. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                                                                                           ECO 3703               BA-ECON                    3(3,0)
                                                                  ECM 5741C            ECS-ECE                  3(2,3)                 International Microeconomics: PR: ECO 3101.
EAS 5123                    ECS-MMAE            3(3,0)            Microcomputer-based           Monitoring         and                 Fundamental principles of international trade and foreign
Intermediate Aerodynamics: PR: EAS 4134; CR:                      Control Systems: PR: EEE 3342C; EEL 4742C or                         exchange, including the balance of payments and problems
EML 5060. Aerodynamic characteristics of airfoils, finite         C.I. Machine language programming; software develop-                 of foreign economic policy. Fall.
wings, waves, wing-body combinations, viscous flow and            ment aids; systems design; interfacing considerations.
flow instabilities. Airfoil design. Occasional.                   Occasional.                                                          ECO 3704                BA-ECON                  3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                       International Commercial Policy: PR: ECO 2013
EAS 5157              ECS-MMAE                        3(3,0)      ECO 2013                 BA-ECON                      3(3,0)         and ECO 2023. Presents the fundamentals of international
V/Stol Aerodynamics and Performance: PR:                          Principles of Macroeconomics: An introduction                        commercial policy, with special emphasis on U.S. trade
EAS 4105; CR: EML 5060. Momentum theory, blade ele-               to macroeconomics, including an overview of the market               policy since WW II. Spring.
ment theory, hover and forward flight, stability, aeroelastic-    economy; national income, employment, and price level
ity. Occasional.                                                  determination, stabilization policies, and international eco-        ECO 4303                 BA-ECON                     3(3,0)
                                                                  nomics. Fall, Spring.                                                History of Economic Thought: PR: ECO 3101. A
EAS 5302               ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)                                                                           study of the principal ideas of the major contributors to the
Direct Energy Conversion: PR: EML 3101 and                        ECO 2013H            BA-ECON                       3(3,0)            development of economic thought. Occasional.
EML 4142. Direct methods of energy conversion; par-               Honors       Principles          of       Economics
ticular emphasis on fuel cells, thermoelectrics, thermionics,     Macroeconomics: PR: Permission of Honors. Same                       ECO 4412              BA-ECON                    3(3,0)
solar energy, photovoltaics and magnetohydrodynamics.             as ECO 2013 with honors-level content. Fall, Spring.                 Econometrics: PR: ECO 2013, ECO 2023 and ECO
Analysis and systems design. Occasional.                                                                                               3411. Concepts and methods of developing, analyzing, and
                                                                  ECO 2023                  BA-ECON                    3(3,0)          interpreting measures of economic activity, and business
EAS 5315               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)          Principles of Microeconomics: The determina-                         and economic change. Even Fall.
Rocket Propulsion: PR: EAS 4134 or EML 4703.                      tion of prices in a market economy; their role in allocating
Analysis and performance of rocket motors; selection and          consumer and producer goods and in distributing incomes,             ECO 4451             BA-ECON                   3(3,0)
thermochemistry of chemical propellants: liquid and solid         including attempts to improve market efficiency through              Research Methods in Economics: PR: ECO
propellant rockets. Occasional.                                   public policy. Fall, Spring.                                         3101, ECO 3203 and ECO 3411. Skills in data collection
                                                                                                                                       and creation, data analysis, and research presentation.
EAS 5407                ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)       ECO 2023H              BA-ECON                      3(3,0)           Fall, Spring.
Mechatronic Systems: PR: EML 4312C or C.I.                        Honors Principles of Microeconomics: PR:
Discrete control techniques for aerospace mechatronic             Permission of Honors. The determination of prices in a               ECO 4504                 BA-ECON                   3(3,0)
systems. Controller design, test and evaluation applications.     market economy; their role in allocating consumer and pro-           Public Economics: PR: ECO 3101. A study of fiscal
Odd Spring.                                                       ducer goods and in distributing incomes, including attempts          institutions and decision-making, and how government bud-
                                                                  to improve market efficiency through public policy. Honors           getary policy (spending, taxing, borrowing, and debt man-
EAS 5535                ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)         content. Occasional.                                                 agement) affects the economy and its citizens. Occasional.
Engineering Design for Aerospace Vehicles:
PR: EAS 4700C, EAS 4710C, EML 4501C, EML 4502C,                                                                                        ECO 4701               BA-ECON                   3(3,0)
or equivalent. Applications of the design process to aero-                                                                             Seminar in Global Economic Policy: PR: ECO
space vehicles. A system approach will be emphasized.                                                                                  2013 and ECO 2023. Interdependent nature of the global
Techniques for optimizing interface requirements will be                                                                               economy, its current economic problems and the different
covered. Occasional.                                                                                                                   policy perspectives and their impact. May be used in the
                                                                                                                                       degree program a maximum of 1 time. Occasional.



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                                                                                                                                Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
ECO 4713                BA-ECON                      3(3,0)    EDE 4943                ED-TLP               7-12(0,35)            EDF 4214               ED-ES                          3(3,0)
International Macroeconomics: PR: ECO 3101                     Internship II (Elementary): PR: EDE 3942. Student                  Classroom Learning Principles: PR: EDF 2005
or ECO 3203 or ECO 3223. International macroeconomics          teaching in an elementary school under the supervision of          and Junior standing or C.I. Principles of learning as applied
with review and analysis of current international macroeco-    a certified classroom teacher. Scheduled concurrent semi-          to classroom teaching situations, with emphasis on student
nomics, financial issues, policies and events. Occasional.     nars. Graded S/U. Occasional.                                      development, behavior, self-concept and motivation. Fall,
                                                                                                                                  Spring.
ECO 4751                 BA-ECON                      3(3,0)   EDE 4945              ED-TLP                      1(1,0)
Law and Economics: PR: ECO 2013 and 2023.                      Internship II Seminar: PR: All required program                    EDF 4466                ED-ERTL                     3(3,0)
Impact of law on economic behavior; how economic behav-        courses; CR: EDE 4943 Internship II. Culminating seminar           Classroom Assessment & Evaluation
ior changes with legal rules and penalties; and the economic   emphasizing current classroom management and assess-               Techniques: PR: Completion of Internship I or C.I.
logic underlying the law. Occasional.                          ment issues as they relate to teaching in the elementary           Classroom measurement skills in designing traditional
                                                               grades. Fall, Spring.                                              and alternative assessments, using results for student
ECO 4941              BA-ECON                    3(3,0)                                                                           evaluation and instructor performance, and interpretation of
Economics Internship: PR: Consent of department                EDF 1942                 ED-ES                        3(3,0)       standardized test results. Fall, Spring.
chair, ECO 3101, and ECO 3203. Supervised economics-           Introduction to Educational Internship:
related work experience in a pre-approved sponsoring           Introduction to educational internship with selected partner-      EDF 4467                 ED-ES                       3(3,0)
organization. See department for information/application.      ship institutions. Occasional.                                     Learning Theory and Assessment: PR: EDF
May be used in the degree program a maximum of 1 time.                                                                            2005, EDF 2085, EME 2040, or C.I. Application of learning
Occasional.                                                    EDF 2005               ED-ES                         3(3,0)        theory and assessment principles to classroom teaching
                                                               Introduction to the Teaching Profession: A                         situations. Fifteen hour in-school experience required. Fall,
ECO 5005               BA-ECON                 3(3,0)          survey course including an orientation to education careers,       Spring.
Economic Concepts: PR: Acceptance into the gradu-              ethics, and the historical, philosophical and sociological
ate program. Introduction to micro and macro economic          foundations of education. This course has a field compo-           EDF 4603                 ED-ES                         3(3,0)
analysis. Occasional.                                          nent. Fall, Spring.                                                Analysis and Application of Ethical, Legal,
                                                                                                                                  and Safety Issues in Schools: PR: EDF 2005, EDF
ECP 3004               BA-ECON                   3(3,0)        EDF 2007                 ED-ES                      3(3,0)         2085, EME 2040 or C.I. Critical analysis of contemporary
Seminar on Current Economic Topics: PR:                        Introduction to Substitute Teaching: Social and                    educational issues, including ethical, safety, legal, cultural,
ECO 3101. Content may include, but is not limited to, the      legal factors related to PK-12 teaching, including school          and linguistic considerations which directly impact schooling
analysis of current economic issues and policy, and the        safety, ethics, legal aspects, and roles and responsibilities      in a democracy. Fall, Spring.
study of current economic methods and theories. May            of substitute teachers. Fall, Spring.
be used in the degree program a maximum of 1 time.                                                                                EDF 4603H                ED-ES                           3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                    EDF 2085                 ED-ES                       3(3,0)        HON Analysis and Application of Ethical,
                                                               Introduction to Diversity for Educators: An                        Legal and Safety Issues in Schools: PR:
ECP 3203               BA-ECON                   3(3,0)        introduction to cultural factors and their impact on educa-        Consent of Honors. Critical analysis of contemporary edu-
Labor Economics: PR: ECO 3101 or ECP 4703.                     tion and life changes. Explores stereotyping, prejudice and        cational issues, including ethical, safety, legal, cultural, and
The analysis of labor problems and issues in a dynamic         changing classroom demographics. Includes directed field           linguistic considerations which directly impact schooling in a
contemporary economy through the interaction of the four       experience. Fall, Spring.                                          democracy with Honors content. Fall.
major institutions: households, firms, government, and
unions. Occasional.                                            EDF 2130                 ED-ES                        3(3,0)       EDF 5245              ED-ES                        3(3,0)
                                                               Child and Adolescent Development for                               Preparation and Management of Classroom
ECP 3302                 BA-ECON                     3(3,0)    Educators: Critical examination of developmental stages            Instruction: PR: C.I. Study of strategies for instructional
Economics and the Environment: PR:                             and characteristics of individuals from infancy through ado-       planning and classroom management that result in optimum
Sophomore standing, and ECO 2013 or ECO 2023.                  lescence with application to learners in educational settings.     learning. Occasional.
Analysis of environmental problems from an economic            Fall, Spring.
perspective, its relationship to other disciplines, and the                                                                       EDF 5607                ED-ES                      3(3,0)
international dimension of environmental policy. Not open to   EDF 2250                 ED-ES                      3(3,0)         Language, Culture and Pedagogy: Impact
Economics majors. Even Fall.                                   Classroom Management for Substitute                                and Implications: PR: C.I. Explores in-depth issues
                                                               Teachers: Instructional and classroom management                   surrounding learning needs of students from linguistically
ECP 4303                BA-ECON                   3(3,0)       strategies to optimize student learning and maximize the           and culturally diverse populations. Research on language,
Environmental and Natural Resource                             effectiveness of substitute teachers. Fall, Spring.                culture and pedagogy will be highlighted. Occasional.
Economics: PR: ECO 3101. Provide fundamental
insights into the interdependence between energy use,          EDF 2720                 ED-ES                         3(3,0)      EDG 1005C               ED-ES                           2(1,1)
environmental quality, and the economy at both the micro-      Children in Schools: Legal, Ethical and Safety                     Foundations of Leadership: PR: LEAD Scholars
economic and macroeconomic level. Odd Fall.                    Concerns: PR: EDF 2005, EDF 2085, EME 2040, or C.I.                Program. Seminar for LEAD Scholars in the College of
                                                               The role of education in children’s lives through the analysis     Education providing a foundation of leadership, scholarship,
ECP 4403                  BA-ECON                  3(3,0)      of legal, ethical and safety concerns. Fall, Spring.               and service regarding disciplines in the college. Fall, Spring.
Industrial Organization and Game Theory:
PR: ECO 3101. A study of the performance of industries         EDF 3120                 ED-ES                    3(3,0)           EDG 2311                ED-ES                      3(3,0)
representative of various types of market structure and        Observing Child Growth and Development:                            Teaching Strategies for Substitute Teachers:
practices, as well as the public policies affecting these      PR: Admission to the program. Provides a comprehen-                Planning, adapting and implementing effective instructional
industries. Fall, Spring.                                      sive introduction to the principles and basic theories of          practices and assessing student performance in K-12 set-
                                                               child growth and development from pre-natal development            tings with diverse populations. Fall, Spring.
ECP 4703                 BA-ECON                   3(3,0)      through age eight. Fall, Odd Spring.
Managerial Economics: PR: Junior standing, ACG                                                                                    EDG 4323                ED-ES                     3(3,0)
2071, ECO 2013, ECO 2023 and ECO 3411. The uses of             EDF 3303                 ED-ES                      3(3,0)         Professional Teaching Practices: PR: EDF 2005
economic analysis in economic decision-making and busi-        Learning Environments and Guidance for                             or C.I. Analysis of teaching strategies for K-12 settings,
ness policy formulation. Open for non-majors ONLY. Spring.     Young Children: PR: All courses in Block I. CR: All                including higher order thinking, classroom management,
                                                               courses in Block II. Developmentally appropriate education         alternative assessment and adaption of instruction for
ECS 4013            BA-ECON                      3(3,0)        materials, strategies, environments, and guidance for young        diverse student populations. Fall, Spring.
Development Economics: PR: ECO 2013 and                        children. Exploration of active learning and the develop-
ECO 2023. The study of problems, theories, and issues of       ment of young children’s self-esteem and self-regulation.          EDG 4410                  ED-ES                      3(3,0)
economic development with reference to the third world.        Even Spring.                                                       Teaching Strategies and Classroom
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                     Management: PR: EDF 2005, EDF 2085, EME 2040,
                                                               EDF 3601                  ED-ES                        3(3,0)      or C.I. Instructional, organizational and classroom manage-
EDE 3942              ED-TLP                     3(3,0)        Professional Ethics in Education: Pedagogical                      ment strategies to create effective learning environments.
Internship I: PR: EDG 4410, RED 3012, RED 4519,                knowledge, awareness of educational process and the ana-           Fifteen hour in-school experience required. Fall, Spring.
MAE 2801, TSL 4080. Student teaching assignment in             lytical skills necessary for responsible public involvement in
an elementary school under the supervision of a certified      educational policy making. Fall, Spring.                           EDG 4941                ED-ES                   1-8(0,1-8)
classroom teacher. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                                                                                      Directed Field Experience: PR: Approval of
                                                               EDF 3740               ED-ES                        3(3,0)         Professional Laboratory. Field experience in an appropri-
EDE 4223               ED-TLP                       3(3,0)     Foundations of Early Childhood Education:                          ate educational setting under the direction of a supervising
Integrated Arts and Movement in the                            PR: Admission to the program. Overview of Early Childhood          teacher and/or university supervisor. Occasional.
Elementary School: PR: Admission to Elementary                 Education and services for young children and families.
Education. Provides the prospective teacher with knowl-        Includes historical, philosophical, and sociological per-          EDG 4948                  ED-ES                  3(3,0)
edge, skills, and dispositions to integrate arts and move-     spectives; learning theories as related to early childhood.        Service Learning: PR: PSY 2012 or C.I. Involvement
ment into the education of elementary school children. Fall,   Occasional.                                                        with community agencies and/or schools to gain a new
Spring. M&S fee: $10.00                                                                                                           perspective about the central Florida community. May be
                                                                                                                                  repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.




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                                                                                                                                  Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                  UCF Courses and Descriptions
EDG 5745                ED-TLP                          3(3,0)    EEC 4303                ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)        EEC 5208                ED-CFCS                          3(3,0)
Teaching the Non-English Student: PR: C.I.                        Planning Creative Activities in Early                             Creative Activities in Early Childhood: PR:
Bilingual and non-linguistic instruction in curriculum areas in   Childhood Education: PR: Admission into Early                     Regular certificate or C.I. Organization of instruction and
English as a second language. Occasional.                         Childhood Development and Education program or CI.                methods for creative activities involving music, art, literature
                                                                  Instructional methods for teaching skills to young children       and educational toys, integration of activities, and basic
EDG 5941                ED-ES                   2-8(0,11)         in PK-3rd grade. Hands-on creative play activities involve        skills curriculum (K-3). Concurrent laboratory experience.
Clinical Practice: PR: Admission to STEP II, III or               dance, music, theatre, visual arts, science, math, and            Even Fall.
IV. Clinical Internship in an appropriate educational set-        literature. Occasional.
ting under the direction of a university supervisor or peer                                                                         EEE 3307C               ECS-ECE                         4(3,3)
teacher. Occasional.                                              EEC 4402                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)      Electronics I: PR: EEL 3123C. Electronic devices
                                                                  Cultural and Family Systems: Explores the insti-                  including p-n junctions, bipolar transistors, field effect tran-
EDH 5306               ECS-MMAE                      1(1,0)       tution of family in its cultural context as a living dynamic      sistors and device models. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
Teaching Methods in Engineering: PR: Graduate                     system. Occasional.
standing in an engineering discipline. This course will cover                                                                       EEE 3342C                ECS-ECE                   3(2,3)
basis teaching pedagogy to help engineering students              EEC 4414                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)      Digital Systems: PR: MAC 2311, MAC 2312, PHY
becomes better TA’s and help students deliver better techni-      Parent-Child Relations: PR: EEC 3700; EEC 4661;                   2048, PHY 2049 all with a “C” (2.0) or better grade.
cal presentations. Occasional.                                    RED 3310; EEX 4751; LIN 3716; or C.I. Review of research          Combinational and sequential logic circuits including reg-
                                                                  on child-rearing and parent-child relationships using case        isters, arithmetic units, memories, finite state machines,
EDS 5356                ED-TLP                      3(2,1)        studies to explore influences of personality, developmental       and design with programmable logic devices. Fall, Spring.
Mentoring and Clinical Supervision of Pre-                        stages, family structure, ethnic and cultural factors on par-     M&S fee: $15.00
professional Educators: PR: C.I. The practical appli-             enting. Fall, Spring.
cation of coaching and mentoring practices that satisfy the                                                                         EEE 3350                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
standards of clinical supervision and assure attainment of        EEC 4524                 ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)        Semiconductor Devices I: PR: EEL 3004. Electronic
the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices. Fall, Spring.        Organization and Management in Early                              devices including p-n junctions, bipolar transistors, field
                                                                  Childhood: Provides students with managerial and                  effect transistors and device models. Fall, Spring.
EEC 2001               ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)       supervisory skills required to administer a developmentally
Introduction to Early Childhood Education:                        appropriate early childhood program. Occasional.                  EEE 4309C               ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)
An overview of early childhood education and services for                                                                           Electronics II: PR: EEE 3307C, EEE 3342C. Ideal
young children and their families. Includes historical roots,     EEC 4528               ED-CFCS                        3(3,0)      Op-Amps and applications. Introduction to Logic Circuits;
societal changes, program differentiation and future trends.      Infant/Toddler Care and Education: Provides the                   Bipolar, MOS and CMOS families; Flip-flops and memory
Occasional.                                                       knowledge and skills that will enable the student to become       cells, comparators and timing circuits: A/D and D/A convert-
                                                                  a competent worker with very young children and their             ers. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
EEC 3214                 ED-ES                     3(3,0)         families. Occasional.
Early Childhood Education Learning                                                                                                  EEE 4314               ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
Environment & Strategies: PR: Admission to the                    EEC 4604              ED-CFCS                   3(3,0)            Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits:
program. Examines developmentally appropriate education           Classroom Management and Guidance of                              PR: EEE 3350. P.N. Junctions, Bipolar Transistor Analysis,
materials, strategies, and environments for young children.       Young Children: PR: Admission into Early Childhood                Metal Semiconductor contacts, MOS Systems MOSFET
Explores an integrated approach to curriculum planning and        Education Program and EEC 3700. Techniques to guide               Analysis and Limitations. Occasional.
scheduling which emphasizes active learning. Occasional.          behavior of young children, emphasizing classroom man-
                                                                  agement and pro-social skills. Spring.                            EEE 4463               ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
EEC 3613                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)                                                                        MEMS Devices and Applications: PR: EEE
Observation and Assessment of Young                               EEC 4661                ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)       3350 or C.I. Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems devices,
Children: PR: Admission to the program. Appropriate               Early Childhood Education Theory and                              microfabrication, sensors and actuators, bulk and surface
methods for diagnosing, assessing, and evaluating young           Practice: PR: Admission to the Early Childhood Program.           micomachining, optical MEMS, instrumentation and appli-
children, including children with diverse cultural and ethnic     Study of early childhood education and services for young         cations. Fall.
backgrounds. Appropriate interventions, remediations, and         children and families. Includes early childhood historical,
enrichment. Occasional.                                           philosophical, and sociological perspectives, learning theo-      EEE 5332C              ECS-ECE                      3(2,1)
                                                                  ries and field-based experiences. Fall, Spring.                   Thin Film Technology: PR: EEE 3350 or equivalent.
EEC 3700             ED-CFCS                  3(3,0)                                                                                Presents the various thin film deposition techniques for the
Social and Emotional Development of Young                         EEC 4731                 ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)        fabrication of microelectronic, semiconductor, and optical
Children: Provides an in-depth understanding of the               Health, Safety, and Nutrition for Young                           devices. Occasional. M&S fee: $30.00
social and emotional development of the young child.              Children: Health and safety issues in early childhood
Examines the implication for curriculum development.              (0-8). Protection from injury and infection; promotion of         EEE 5352                 ECS-ECE                       3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                       healthy development, good nutrition, and appropriate health       Semiconductor Material and Device
                                                                  and fitness habits. Spring.                                       Characterization: PR: EEE 3350 or C.I. Semiconductor
EEC 3940              ED-CFCS                      3(0,3)                                                                           material characterization resistivity, mobility, doping car-
Integration Internship I: PR: Senior Status; RED                  EEC 4936                ED-CFCS                      2(2,0)       rier lifetime, device properties, threshold voltage, interface
4311 or RED 3310. Field based placement in which the              Seminar in Early Childhood: Current trends, issues                charge of MOS devices, optical and surface characterization
students will have supervised practice integrating course         and advocacy in field of early childhood education. Includes      of films. Occasional.
content areas. Occasional.                                        guidance and clarification concerning student teaching.
                                                                  Occasional.                                                       EEE 5353              ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
EEC 4207                  ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)                                                                      Semiconductor Device Modeling and
Assessment and Evaluation of Young                                EEC 4940               ED-CFCS                  12(0,12)          Simulation: PR: EEE 3307C. Large signal and small
Children: PR: Admission to the Early Childhood Program            Practicum: Early Childhood Development: PR:                       signal model development for semiconductor diodes, BJTs,
and EEC 3700. Early childhood education and services for          Must have completed all course work. A fieldwork practicum        and MOSFETs. Parameter extraction, numerical algorithm,
young children and families. Includes early childhood his-        experience linking developmental theory with practice to          and SPICE simulation are included. Spring.
torical, philosophical, and sociological perspectives, learning   provide students with a supervised, hands-on experience
theories and field-based experiences. Fall.                       working with children, parents, families, and/or agencies.        EEE 5356C               ECS-ECE                    4(3,3)
                                                                  Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                                         Fabrication of Solid-State Devices: PR: EEE
EEC 4235C               ED-CFCS                  3(2,1)                                                                             3350. Fabrication of microelectronic devices, processing
Early Childhood Education Seminar: Bridging                       EEC 4943               ED-CFCS                  12(0,12)          technology, ion implantation and diffusion, device design,
Theory to Practice: PR: TSL 4240, EEC 4268, EEX                   Student Teaching: Provides opportunities for student              and layout. Laboratory includes device processing technol-
3450 and completion of semester II in the junior year.            teachers to use the knowledge and skills they acquired in a       ogy. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
Corequisites: MAE 4300, RED 4311, SCE 4304. Seminar               supervised public school setting. Graded S/U. Occasional.
course which combines coursework, research, and practical                                                                           EEE 5370                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
experience. Fall, Spring.                                         EEC 5205                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)      Operational Amplifiers: PR: EEE 4309C. Ideal and
                                                                  Programs and Trends in Early Childhood                            non-ideal Op-Amps. Linear applications. Active RC and
EEC 4266               ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)          Education: PR: Regular Certificate or C.I. Philosophy,            switched-capacitor filters. Non-linear and other functional
Early Intervention: Provides an overview of develop-              content, facilities, instructional materials, and activities      circuits. Frequency stability and compensation of Op-Amps.
ment assessment, and intervention with at-risk and handi-         appropriate for children ages 3 to 8 years; current research;     Even Fall.
capped infants and toddlers. Occasional.                          issues and trends. Concurrent laboratory experiences.
                                                                  Occasional.                                                       EEE 5378              ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)
EEC 4268                 ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)                                                                         CMOS Analog and Digital Circuit Design: PR:
Curriculum Activities in Early Childhood:                         EEC 5206                  ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)      EEE 4309C. Advanced principles and design techniques
PR: Admission to Early Childhood Education Program. An            Organization of Instruction in Early Childhood                    for CMOS ICs including most recent published results. Fall.
integrated approach to curriculum planning and scheduling         Education: PR: Regular certificate or C.I. Organization in
including materials, strategies, and environments for young       instruction relating to language arts, social sciences, math-     EEE 5390                ECS-ECE                         3(3,0)
children which emphasize active learning. Fall, Spring.           ematics, health and physical education, problems relating to      Full-Custom VLSI Design: PR: EEE 3342C, EEE
                                                                  reading readiness and cognition (K-3). Concurrent labora-         3307C. CMOS VLSI design methodologies; full custom chip
                                                                  tory experiences. Spring.                                         design, industrial CAD tools; simulation; verification. Spring.



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                                                                                                                                     Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
EEL 3004                   ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)     EEL 4440                  ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)       EEL 4818H             ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
Electrical Networks: PR: MAC 2311, MAC 2312,                       Optical Engineering: PR: EEL 3470, EEL 3552C or                     Honors Current Topics in Machine Learning
MAC 2313, PHY 2048, PHY 2049, CR: MAP 2302 (To enroll              C.I. Lens systems, aberrations, sources, radiometry, detec-         I: PR: Consent of Honors and EEL 3801 or COP 3223
in this course, a C or better with a cumulative GPA of 2.7         tors, physical optics, interferometric devices, applications to     or STA 3032 or C.I. Machine Learning and Applications.
or better for the above courses is required). Analysis and         engineering design problems. Spring.                                ART Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Decision Trees,
design of linear circuits, transients, ac analysis, power calcu-                                                                       Evolutionary Hardware, Evolutionary Neural Networks, and
lations, three-phase circuits, Laplace transform. Fall, Spring.    EEL 4512C             ECS-ECE                  4(3,3)               Reinforcement Learning. Fall.
                                                                   Communication Systems: PR: STA 3032, EEL
EEL 3041                  ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)        3552C and EEE 3307C. Information transmission, modula-              EEL 4832                 ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)
Circuit Analysis: PR: PHY 2053C. Study of electrical               tion, and noise; design and comparison systems in the               Engineering Applications of Computer
networks. Circuit analysis techniques are presented, includ-       presence of noise. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                      Methods: PR: MAP 2302, STA 3032, EGN 3420.
ing DC and steady state analysis. Power calculations, power                                                                            Engineering applications of numerical methods, including
distribution and dissipation are covered with examples relat-      EEL 4515C                ECS-ECE             4(3,3)                 solution of differential equations, simulation, optimization,
ing to cables, connections, and buses. Not open to EE and          Digital Communication Systems: PR: EEL                              and multidimensional root-finding, integration and series
CpE majors. Fall, Spring.                                          3552C. Sampling and quantization, PAM, PWM, PTM,                    approximations. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   PCM, and Delta Modulation ASK, FSK, PSK, MPSK, intro-
EEL 3123C                ECS-ECE                  4(3,1)           duction to coding. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00                            EEL 4851C                ECS-ECE                       4(3,3)
Networks and Systems: PR: EEL 3004. Network                                                                                            Engineering Data Structures: PR: EEL 3801C.
functions, Laplace transforms, frequency domain analysis           EEL 4518                  ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)        Design of data structures and algorithms, with emphasis
using Fourier series and transforms, sampling theory and           Satellite Communications: PR: EEL 3552C. The                        on performance analysis, memory organization, stacks,
z-transforms. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                        principles of satellite communications, including communi-          queues, linked lists, trees, graphs, searches, and sorts.
                                                                   cations satellites, Earth stations, link analysis, FDMA and         Introduction to object-oriented structures. Fall, Spring. M&S
EEL 3470               ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)          TDMA. May be repeated for credit. Fall.                             fee: $5.00
Electromagnetic Fields: PR: EEL 3004. Electric
and magnet fields and electromagnetic waves. Fall, Spring.         EEL 4612                 ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)         EEL 4872              ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)
                                                                   Introduction to Modern and Robust Control:                          Engineering Applications of Intelligent
EEL 3531               ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)          PR: EEL 3657. Classical control theory including differential       Systems: PR: EEL 4851C or COP 3503C or equivalent
Information Theory: PR: STA 2023. Entropy and                      equations and Laplace transform techniques, stability analy-        or C.I. Knowledge and intelligence, predicate logic and
mutual information. Asymptotic equipartition property.             sis, and classical frequency domain design. Occasional.             automated reasoning, heuristic search, knowledge rep-
Entropy rates of a stochastic process. Date compression.                                                                               resentation, automated planning, introduction to machine
Channel capacity. Gaussian channel. Rate distortion theory.        EEL 4635C             ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)           learning, knowledge-based systems and philosophy of AI.
Network information theory. Not open to EE or CpE majors.          Computer Control Systems: PR: EEL 3657.                             Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                      Discrete-time systems, the z-transform, and single loop
                                                                   computer control systems. Digital simulation in the analy-          EEL 4882                  ECS-ECE                       3(3,0)
EEL 3552C                  ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)     sis and design of processes with embedded computers.                Engineering Systems Software: PR: EEL 4851C
Analog           and        Digital       Communication            No graduate credit for both EEL 5630 and this course.               and EEL 4742C. Introduction to operating systems concepts
Fundamentals: PR: EEL 3123C. Fundamentals of AM                    Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                         and facilities for engineering applications, including multipro-
and FM, Baseband pulse and digital signaling, Bandpass                                                                                 gramming, resource allocation and management, systems
signaling, digital modulation and detection, and error proba-      EEL 4742C               ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)         utilities, and operating system implementation. Fall, Spring.
bility of simple digital systems. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00    Embedded Systems: PR: EEL 3801. Microcontroller
                                                                   systems, assembly language programming, data repre-                 EEL 4884C             ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)
EEL 3657                ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)          sentation, memory and device interfacing, timing analysis,          Engineering Software Design: PR: EEL 4851C.
Linear Control Systems: PR: EEL 3123C. Control                     parallel and serial communication, timers, interrupts, signal       Software systems development life cycle, function and
theory, transfer function modeling, Nyquist criteria, root         interfacing considerations, and applications. Fall, Spring.         object-oriented methodologies, CASE; Analysis, design,
locus, Bode plots, and Design of lead and lag compensa-            M&S fee: $30.00                                                     and development of a large software project. Fall, Spring.
tion. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                    M&S fee: $5.00
                                                                   EEL 4750              ECS-ECE                        3(3,0)
EEL 3801C                 ECS-ECE                   3(2,3)         Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals: PR:                         EEL 4890                ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
Computer Organization: PR: COP 3223, EEE                           EEL 3552C. Study of discrete-time signals and systems,              Continuous System Simulation I: PR: MAP 2302.
3342C. Computer arithmetic, Instruction Set Architecture,          Z-transform, DFT introduction to digital filter design. Fall,       Numerical integration techniques and discrete time system
performance, data path, control unit, memory hierarchy, I/O        Spring.                                                             models for approximating the dynamics of continuous
interface. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $10.00                                                                                               systems. Occasional.
                                                                   EEL 4768C                ECS-ECE                      4(3,3)
EEL 4050L              ECS-ECE                     1(0,3)          Computer Architecture: PR: EEL 3801 or CDA                          EEL 4914                ECS-ECE                   3(3,0)
EECS Integrated Laboratory: PR: EEL 3552C,                         3103. Computer systems performance and evaluation,                  Senior Design I: PR: EEE 3307C, EEL 4742C, and
EEL 3657, EEL 4750. Topics: Sampling, Digital FIR and              processor datapath and control, microprogrammed architec-           consent of School of EECS. Applications of engineering
IIR Filters, DSP processing of sound signals, transmitters         tures, instruction and arithmetic pipelines, cache and virtual      design to realistic and meaningful problems. Constraints
and receivers based upon AM and FM, PID controller and             memory, and RISCvs. CISC. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $30.00             such as economic factors, safety, reliability, aesthetics,
feedback systems, and power conversion. Occasional.                                                                                    ethics, social impact and engineering organizations are
                                                                   EEL 4781                 ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)         considered. Fall, Spring.
EEL 4130                ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)         Computer Communication Networks: PR: EEL
Fundamentals of Continuous Simulation: PR:                         4742C and STA 3032. Network models. Media access                    EEL 4915L               ECS-ECE                        3(0,3)
MAP 2302. Fundamental concepts of continuous system                protocols. Data link control. Routing and flow control.             Senior Design II: PR: EEL 4914. Execution of electri-
simulation. Numerical integration, math modeling, simula-          Internetworking. Current architectures and protocols: OSI,          cal and computer engineering project including complete
tion software. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.             ethernet, token, ring, FDDI, HSLC, X.25, etc. Fall, Spring.         project design review, construction, testing and demonstra-
                                                                                                                                       tion. Emphasis on design, prototyping, cost, functionality,
EEL 4140C                 ECS-ECE                  4(3,3)          EEL 4783              ECS-ECE                   3(3,0)              presentation, team effort and final report. Fall, Spring. M&S
Analog Filter Design: PR: EEL 3123C. Passive and                   Hardware Description Languages in Digital                           fee: $15.00
active analog filter design. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00                 Systems Design: PR: EEE 3342C. Hardware descrip-
                                                                   tion languages, simulation and synthesis of RTL circuits            EEL 5173                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
EEL 4205             ECS-ECE             3(3,0)                    and systems, design examples and projects. Occasional.              Linear Systems Theory: PR: EEL 3657. Models and
Electric Machinery: PR: EEL 3004. Fundamentals of                  M&S fee: $5.00                                                      properties of linear systems, transformation, controllability
DC and AC electric machines. Occasional.                                                                                               and observability, control and observer designs, MFD, and
                                                                   EEL 4791                ECS-ECE                  3(2,4)             realization theory. Spring.
EEL 4216               ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)         Telemetry and Space Computer Systems: PR:
Fundamentals of Electric Power Systems:                            EEL 3552C and EEL 3801C, EEL 3657, EEE 3307C, EEL                   EEL 5245C               ECS-ECE                  3(2,1)
PR: EEL 3004 or C.I. Three-phase power representation              3470. Telemetry and computer sub-systems are discussed              Power Electronics: PR: EEE 4309C. Principles of
and analysis, transformers, per unit system, symmetrical           as they are implemented in the space-launch system “iner-           power electronics, power semiconductor devices, inverter
components, faults, and transmission lines. Spring.                tial upper stages”. Occasional.                                     topologies, switch-mode and resonant dc-to-dc converters,
                                                                                                                                       cyclo-converters, applications. Fall.
EEL 4436C               ECS-ECE                   4(3,3)           EEL 4817H             ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)
Microwave Engineering: PR: EEL 3470.                               Honors Current Topics in Machine Learning                           EEL 5272                ECS-ECE                  3(3,0)
Transmission line theory, Smith charts, S-parameters,              II: PR: Consent of Honors and EEL 4818H. Research                   Biomedical Sensors: PR: EEL 4750 or EEL 4832
simple impedance matching circuits, wave guides, resona-           topics in Machine Learning. Students will be assigned a             or C.I. Study of engineering concepts behind the various
tors, basic microwave measurements. May be repeated for            research project and a faculty mentor who will supervise            biomedical sensors used to monitor a patient undergoing
credit. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $15.00                                  this project. Spring.                                               clinical therapy. Occasional.




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                                                                                                                                    UCF Courses and Descriptions
EEL 5432                ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)        EEL 5771C             ECS-ECE                     3(2,3)            EES 5605               ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)
Satellite Remote Sensing: PR: EEL 3470 or PHY                     Engineering Applications of Computer                                Outdoor Noise Control: PR: C.I. Community noise
4324. Fundamentals of satellite remote sensing, orbits and        Graphics: PR: EGN 3420 or C.I. Computer graph-                      evaluation and control, legislative standards, instrumenta-
geometry, radiative transfer theory, microwave and infrared       ics in engineering applications. Laboratory assignments.            tion and measurement, abatement methods, and noise
sensing techniques, ocean, ice and atmosphere geophysi-           Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                                          modeling. Occasional.
cal measurements. Occasional.
                                                                  EEL 5780                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)          EET 2025C                ECS-ENT                       4(3,2)
EEL 5437C             ECS-ECE                     4(3,3)          Wireless Networks: PR: EEL 4781 or C.I. The wire-                   Electrical Circuits: PR: EET 1015C or EET 3085C.
Microwave Engineering: PR: EEL 3470 or C.I.                       less networking topics include: cellular networks, multiple         Frequency domain and steady state analysis of electric
Transmission line theory, Smith charts, S-parameters,             access protocols, channel assignment and resource alloca-           circuits: RCL circuits, timed circuits, resonance and “Q,”
simple impedance matching circuits, wave guides, resona-          tion, mobility and location management, handoffs, routing,          filters, magnetically coupled circuits, transformers, 3-phase
tors, basic microwave measurements. Even Fall. M&S fee:           authentication, call admission control and QoS provisioning,        circuits, power relationships. Occasional. M&S fee: $10.00
$15.00                                                            network layer issues, wireless data networking (WAP, GSM,
                                                                  GPRS, CDMA, WCDMA.). Even Spring.                                   EET 3085C               ECS-ENT                     4(3,2)
EEL 5439C                ECS-ECE                       3(2,1)                                                                         Electricity and Electronics: PR: MAC 1105 or
RF and Microwave Communications: PR: EEL                          EEL 5820                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)          equivalent. Basic theorems and circuit analysis techniques.
4436C or equivalent. RF and microwave active circuits             Image Processing: PR: MAP 2302, EGN 3420, EEL                       Instruments and measurements. Introduction to integrated
microstrip amplifier, oscillator, and mixer design and fabrica-   4750 or C.I. Two-dimensional signal processing techniques;          circuits. Occasional. M&S fee: $10.00
tion. Receiver design, noise, familiarization with network and    pictorial image representation; spatial filtering; image
spectrum analyzers. Occasional. M&S fee: $30.00                   enhancement and encoding; segmentation and feature                  EET 3086                 ECS-ENT                    4(4,0)
                                                                  extraction; introduction to image understanding techniques.         Principles of Electrical Circuits: PR: MAC 1105.
EEL 5462C               ECS-ECE                      3(3,1)       Odd Spring.                                                         DC, AC circuits and electronics. Theorems and circuit analy-
Antenna Analysis and Design: PR: EEL 3470                                                                                             sis techniques. Diodes and transistors circuit applications.
or equivalent. Fundamentals of antennas; dipoles, loops,          EEL 5825                  ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)         Introduction to transducers, instrumentation, measurements
arrays, apertures, and horns. Analysis and design of various      Pattern Recognition: PR: EGN 3420 or C.I.                           and integrated circuits. Occasional.
antennas. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $5.00                                Preliminaries of pattern recognition, Bayesian Decision
                                                                  Theory, linear discriminant functions, Neural Network               EET 3143C                ECS-ENT                        4(3,2)
EEL 5482                 ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)        approaches, decision tree classifiers, unsupervised learning        Electronic Devices and Circuits: PR: DC & AC
Electromagnetic Theory I: PR: Graduate standing                   and clustering, non-parametric techniques, and other topics         Circuits; MAC 1114. Theory, characteristics, operational
or C.I. Maxwell’s equations, boundary conditions, propaga-        reflecting the state-of-the art. Occasional.                        parameters, circuits and applications of solid state elec-
tion and reflection, guided waves. Occasional.                                                                                        tronic devices. Bipolar and field effect transistors, multistage
                                                                  EEL 5860                ECS-ECE                       3(3,0)        amplifiers, power amplifiers. Occasional.
EEL 5513               ECS-ECE                   3(3,0)           Software Requirements Engineering: PR:
Digital Signal Processing Applications: PR:                       Graduate standing or C.I. Excellent oral and written com-           EET 3716                 ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)
EEL 4750. The design and practical consideration for              munication skills. Excellent problem solving skills. In-depth       Network Analysis: PR: DC/AC circuits and Calculus I.
implementing Digital Signal Processing Algorithms includ-         study of software requirements engineering within a process         Transient analysis of first and second-order circuits, circuit
ing Fast Fourier Transform techniques, and some useful            centered framework. Methods for requirements elicitation,           analysis using LaPlace Transforms. Transform function,
applications. Spring.                                             analysis, description, and validation. Formal and informal          frequency response analysis, and Bode plots. May be
                                                                  specification. Occasional.                                          repeated for credit. Spring.
EEL 5517                ECS-ECE                  3(3,0)
Surface Acoustic Wave Devices and Systems:                        EEL 5874               ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)           EET 4158C                  ECS-ENT                    3(2,2)
PR: EEL 3552C. Course discusses SAW technology which              Expert Systems and Knowledge Engineering:                           Linear Integrated Circuits: PR: EET 3716, or
includes the physical phenomenon, transducer design               PR: EEL 4872 or CAP 4630 C.I. Introduction to expert sys-           Consent of Coordinator. Applications of operational ampli-
and synthesis, filter design and performance parameters.          tems in engineering. Expert systems tools and interviewing          fiers, comparators, phase-locked loops, timers, regulators,
Actual devices and communication systems are presented.           techniques. This course is hands-on and project oriented.           other integrated circuits. Includes amplifiers, active filters,
Occasional.                                                       Spring.                                                             oscillators, differentiators and integrators. Fall.

EEL 5542               ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)        EEL 5881               ECS-ECE                       3(3,0)         EET 4329C              ECS-ENT                    4(3,2)
Random Processes I: PR: EEL 3552C and STA                         Software Engineering I: PR: EGN 3420, EEL 4851C                     Communications Systems: PR: EET 4158C.
3032. Elements of probability theory, random variables, and       or C.I. Design, implementation, and testing of computer             Electronics Devices Principles and interrelationships of
stochastic processes. Fall, Spring.                               software for Engineering applications. Fall, Spring.                communication system components and circuits. Signals,
                                                                                                                                      noise, modulation, demodulation, bandwidth requirements.
EEL 5547                ECS-ECE                  3(3,0)           EEL 5892                  ECS-ECE                  3(3,0)           Transmitters and receivers. Occasional. M&S fee: $10.00
Introduction to Radar Systems: PR: EEL 3552C.                     Continuous System Simulation II: PR: EEL 4890.
Introduction to Pulse and CW Radar Systems. Chirp Radar           Introduction to Simulink. Numerical integration including           EET 4339C                 ECS-ENT                   3(2,2)
Systems. Tracking Radar. Noise in Radar Systems. Spring.          one-step and multi-step methods. Stiff systems and numeri-          Antennas and Propagation: PR: EET 4329C.
                                                                  cal stability. Simulink projects. Odd Spring.                       Transmission lines, impedance matching, use of Smith
EEL 5625                ECS-ECE                  3(3,0)                                                                               Chart. Antenna principles. Beamwidth, gain, directivity,
Applied Control Systems: PR: C.I. Designed to                     EEL 5936                  ECS-ECE                      0(1,0)       effects of height, path-loss. System design. Occasional.
develop basic understanding of advanced control methods           Current Topics in EECS: PR: Open to all ECE
for nonlinear systems described by ordinary and partial           graduate students. Lectures presented by ECE and national           EET 4389C              ECS-ENT                   3(2,2)
differential equations and to expose recent results and           lectures will provide our students a broad view of the state of     Satellite Communication Systems: PR: EET
ongoing research issues in the area of MEMS. Occasional.          the art EE and CE fields. Graded S/U. Occasional.                   4329C. System analysis and design, Orbits, launching
                                                                                                                                      methods. Baseband signals and modulation. Link design,
EEL 5630                   ECS-ECE                   3(3,0)       EES 4111C              ECS-CECE                    3(2,3)           synchronization techniques. Interference, noise, access.
Digital Control Systems: PR: EEL 3657. Real-time                  Biological Process Control: PR: Grade of “C”                        Antennas, spectrum utilization. Occasional.
digital control system analysis and design, Z-transforms,         (2.0) or better in ENV 3001; CR: ENV 4561. Engineering
sampling and reconstruction, time and frequency response,         design, measurements and analysis of biological systems             EET 4548C                ECS-ENT                        4(3,2)
stability analysis, digital controller design. Fall.              in environmental engineering for water management, bio-             Power Systems: PR: EET 3085C and EET 2025C or
                                                                  energy products, wastewater treatment, and others. Spring.          equivalent. Analysis of electrical power systems and energy
EEL 5669                 ECS-ECE                     3(3,0)       M&S fee: $45.00                                                     conversion. 3-phase load, per-unit quantities, circuit con-
Autonomous Robotic Systems: PR: EEL 3657                                                                                              stants, rotating machines, 3-phase transformers, transmis-
or C.I. Introduction to robotics, with emphasis on kinemat-       EES 4202C               ECS-CECE                   3(2,3)           sion lines, power flow, stability and fault calculations. Fall.
ics, dynamics, trajectory planning, regulation and tracking,      Chemical Process Control: PR: Grade of “C” (2.0)
formation control, and cooperative rules and behaviors of         or better in ENV 3001. Engineering design, measurements,            EET 4732C              ECS-ENT                     4(3,3)
robotic vehicles. Odd Fall.                                       and analysis of chemical systems in environmental engi-             Feedback Control Systems: PR: EET 3716 and
                                                                  neering to control treatment processes such as softening,           PHY 2053C. Modeling and analysis of networks and control
EEL 5704               ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)        coagulation, disinfection, scrubbing, neutralization, and           systems. Stability and compensation considerations, using
Computer Aided Logical Design: PR: EEL                            others. Fall. M&S fee: $45.00                                       root locus, Nichols chart and Bode plots. Simulation tech-
4742C. Design, analysis and synthesis of sequential logic                                                                             niques, system components. Spring.
circuits and systems. Data path and controller design using       EES 5318                 ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)
a hardware description language. Occasional.                      Industrial Ecology: PR: ENV 3001, ENV 4341.                         EEX 2010               ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)
                                                                  Discussion of similarities between ecological systems and           Introduction to Special Education: Orientation
EEL 5722C               ECS-ECE                    3(3,1)         industrial systems with the emphasis on material cycles,            to the education of children and adolescents with special
Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)                              energy flow, pollution prevention, organizational structures,       needs in the schools. The course includes characteristics,
Design: PR: EEE 3342C or C.I. FPGA architectures,                 and environmental management. Occasional.                           trends, mainstreaming, and other issues. Fall, Spring.
design flow, technology mapping, placement, routing, recon-
figurable computing applications, and evolvable hardware.
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UCF Courses and Descriptions
EX 2090                  ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)     EEX 4601                ED-CFCS                   3(3,0)           EGN 1036C                ECS-IEMS                    2(1,1)
Exceptional Populations in School and                             Introduction to Behavior Management: Study                         Foundations of Leadership: PR: LEAD Scholars
Society: Characteristics of exceptionalities in school and        of management techniques based on applied behavioral               Program. Seminar for LEAD Scholars in the College of
society to increase student awareness and comfort levels          analysis principles for modifying inappropriate behaviors          Engineering & Computer Science providing a foundation of
with individuals with exceptionalities. Fall, Even Spring.        and maintaining appropriate behaviors of exceptional stu-          leadership, scholarship, and service regarding disciplines in
                                                                  dents. Fall, Spring.                                               the college. Fall, Spring.
EEX 2758                  ED-CFCS                    2(2,0)
Enhancing Family Involvement in Education:                        EEX 4751                  ED-CFCS                   3(3,0)         EGN 1050C              ECS-ECS                      3(2,2)
Development of partnerships with families of students with        Parent Involvement in Education: This course                       The Digital Universe: PR: High School Algebra or
disabilities and their communities to address the educational     prepares students to successfully interact with and involve        Trigonometry. Science, math, engineering, and technology
needs of all students. Fall, Spring.                              parents in their child’s education. Occasional.                    fundamentals of the information technology. Historical sig-
                                                                                                                                     nificance of the advances in digital technology. Real world
EEX 3102            ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)             EEX 4753                ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)       applications. Hands-on laboratories using digital signal
Language Development and Communication                            Parent/professional Collaboration: The special                     processor kits. Occasional.
Disorders: PR: Junior standing. Interdisciplinary                 educator’s role in working with families, regular educators,
approach to language development, identification and              and other professionals in a collaborative relationship. Fall.     EGN 1111C               ECS-MMAE                   2(1,3)
remediation of communication and language disorders.                                                                                 Engineering Computer Graphics: PR:
Occasional.                                                       EEX 4757                ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)         Trigonometry. Spatial visualization, sketching and graphi-
                                                                  Respite Care: PR: Junior Standing or C.I. General                  cal presentation as a form of computerized engineering
EEX 3221                ED-CFCS                        3(3,0)     knowledge and best practice in the field of temporary care:        communication. Engineering drawing, descriptive geometry
Assessment of Exceptional Students: Formal                        the nature and needs of care givers and care recipients,           and graphical solution techniques using computer software.
and informal assessment techniques for screening, place-          including special populations. Fall, Spring.                       Occasional. M&S fee: $10.00
ment, program planning, program evaluation, and monitor-
ing of progress of exceptional students. Fall, Spring.            EEX 4763                ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)          EGN 1360              ECS-MMAE                 3(3,0)
                                                                  Technology for Classroom Teachers of                               Materials in Today’s World: A survey of the
EEX 3241                  ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)       Students with Special Needs: PR: EEX 3241,                         properties, manufacture, and uses of metals, ceramics,
Methods for Academic Skills for Exceptional                       RED 3012, LAE 4314, MAE 2801. Enhancing teacher                    and polymers in today’s world with emphasis on modern
Students: PR: EEX 2010, EEX 3861. Teaching strate-                preparation through the use of technology for students with        developments and new materials. Occasional.
gies, instructional materials, and monitoring techniques for      special needs. Fall, Spring.
children and adolescents with special needs. Must be taken                                                                           EGN 2815C             ECS-MMAE                    3(2,3)
before Internship I. Fall, Spring.                                EEX 4943                ED-CFCS                  12(0,35)          Space Science and Technology: Past,
                                                                  Internship II: PR: Completion of specialization.                   Present, and Future: Introduction to space technol-
EEX 3243                 ED-CFCS                    3(3,1)        Satisfactory completion of the portfolio. Full day student         ogy, past, present and future. Applications to modern life.
Techniques for Exceptional Adolescents-                           teaching under a certified special education teacher in an         Occasional.
Adults: CR: EEX 3241. A study of strategies, basic and            elementary or secondary school. May be repeated for credit.
functional content, career and vocational educational, and        Graded S/U. Occasional.                                            EGN 2920C                ECS-IEMS                     2(1,1)
transition planning for adolescents and adults with special                                                                          LEAD Colloquium: PR: C.I., LEAD Scholars Program,
needs. Spring.                                                    EEX 5051                 ED-CFCS                  3(3,0)           Must have completed at least two of the following with
                                                                  Exceptional Children in the Schools: PR: Senior                    a grade of B or better, IDS 1040C, GEB 1091C, EGN
EEX 3450                 ED-CFCS                   3(3,0)         standing or C.I. Characteristics, definitions, educational         1036C, EDG 1005C or HSC 1931C. Provides experiential
Young Children With Special Needs: Provides                       problems, and appropriate educational programs for the             leadership experience in an appropriate leadership setting
an overview of the unique field of early childhood special        exceptional children in schools. Fall.                             under the direction of a university supervisor with the LEAD
education, its mission, and approaches to helping young                                                                              Scholars Program. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
children and their families. Spring.                              EEX 5702                  ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)
                                                                  Planning Curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten                           EGN 3060C               ECS-ECS                     3(2,3)
EEX 3754                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)      Children with Disabilities: Focus on curriculum                    Introduction to Robotics: PR: Engineering majors
Parents as Educators: Develop parental awareness                  planning; developmentally appropriate practices and imple-         take COP 3223 and STA 3032; Computer Science majors
of their role in child development and school success.            mentation of individualized instruction for pre-kindergarten       take COP 3330 and COP 3503C. Theory of perception,
Attention given to social context of parenting and parents as     children with disabilities. Spring.                                planning, and control. Implemented software for a complete
advocates for children. Occasional.                                                                                                  robotic system. Fall.
                                                                  EEX 5750                ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)
EEX 3861              ED-CFCS                    6(0,16)          Communication with Parents and Agencies:                           EGN 3211               ECS-ECE                      3(3,0)
Internship I: PR: EDG 4323, RED 3012, EEX 2010, EEX               Presentation of methods of interacting with community              Engineering Analysis and Computation: PR:
3241. Satisfactory completion of the portfolio. Internship        agencies, supporting and collaborating with families, devel-       MAC 2311. Engineering analysis and computation with
assignment 2 days a week under a certified exceptional            oping a case management system, and facilitating program           structured constructs. Subscripted variables, subpro-
education teacher. Half in elementary, half in secondary.         transition. Occasional.                                            grams, input/output. Batch processing and time sharing.
Graded S/U. Occasional.                                                                                                              Engineering applications will be emphasized. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  EGM 3601                 ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
EEX 3942                 ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)       Solid Mechanics: PR: EGN 3310 and “C” (2.0) or                     EGN 3310                 ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)
Internship I Exceptional Education: PR: EDG                       better in the following MAC 2311, MAC 2312, MAC 2313               Engineering Analysis-Statics: PR: PHY 2048C;
4410, RED 3012, EEX 2010, EEX 3241, MAE 2801.                     and PHY 2048 CR: MAP 2302. Concepts of stress, strain,             CR: MAC 2312. Fundamental concepts of mechanics,
Student teaching in exceptional education in both elemen-         deflection; axial force, torsion, bending, combined stress,        including resultants of force systems, free-body diagrams,
tary and secondary school settings under the supervision          Mohr’s circle, failure theories, design concepts, application      equilibrium of rigid bodies, and analyses of structures. Fall,
of a certified classroom teacher. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.       to machines and vehicles. Fall, Spring.                            Spring.

EEX 4054                 ED-CFCS                        2(2,0)    EGM 3601L                ECS-MMAE                     2(0,3)       EGN 3310H             ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)
Application and Theories for Students with                        Solid Mechanics Lab: PR: EGM 3601. Solid                           Engineering Analysis-Statics (Honors): PR:
Special Needs: PR: EEX 2010, EDG 4323. Theories                   Mechanics Laboratory experiments covering topics such              Permission of Honors and PHY 2048; CR: MAC 2312.
and historical foundations for students with specific learning,   as tension/compression testing, torsion testing, strain gage       (Honors section for EGN 3310) Advanced treatment of
physical, cognitive, and emotional disabilities. Spring.          measurements, buckling testing, beam bending/deflection            material and additional topics. More challenging assign-
                                                                  testing. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                             ments. Project work. May be repeated for credit. Fall.
EEX 4066               ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)
Curriculum, Theory and Instructional                              EGN 1006C               ECS-ECS                    1(1,2)          EGN 3321             ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
Strategies for Students with Special Needs:                       Introduction to the Engineering Profession:                        Engineering Analysis-Dynamics: PR: EGN 3310;
PR: EEX 3241, RED 3012, LAE 4314. Theoretical concepts,           PR: New students status or C.I. Overview of academic               CR: MAC 2313. Kinematics and kinetics of particles and
curriculum development and specialized strategies for stu-        and professional requirements in various engineering disci-        rigid bodies; mass and acceleration, work and energy,
dents with special needs. Occasional.                             plines. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00                                       impulse and momentum. Fall, Spring.

EEX 4070                ED-CFCS                          3(3,0)   EGN 1007C               ECS-ECS                      1(1,2)        EGN 3321H              ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
Teaching Exceptional Students: PR: EDG 4323.                      Engineering Concepts and Methods: PR: EGN                          Engineering Analysis - Dynamics Honors:
Development and practice of effective teaching and man-           1006C and New student status or C.I. Introduction to the use       PR: Permission of Honors and EGN 3310, CR: MAC 2313.
agement strategies for elementary regular classroom teach-        of computer and applications software in solving engineer-         Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies; mass
ers to use in working with mild disabilities. Fall, Spring.       ing problems. Introduction to the concepts of engineering          and acceleration; work and energy; impulse and momen-
                                                                  design through the use of teams: engineering communica-            tum. Occasional.
EEX 4242              ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)          tion; engineering professionalism and ethics. Spring. M&S
Teaching Exceptional Students in Secondary                        fee: $5.00                                                         EGN 3331                 ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)
Settings: PR: EDF 2085, EDG 4323. Instructional and                                                                                  Mechanics of Materials: PR: EGN 3310 with a grade
management strategies for secondary general education                                                                                of “C” or better; CR: MAP 2302. Concepts of stress, strain,
teachers to use in working with students with disabilities.                                                                          strength, deflection of axial force members, shafts in torsion,
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                        beams in flexure, combined stress, stability of columns, and
                                                                                                                                     design of simple elements. Fall, Spring.


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EGN 3343               ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)       EGN 4641C               ECS-ECS                      3(2,2)        EGN 5720              ECS-IEMS                   3(2,3)
Thermodynamics: CR: EGN 3321, MAP 2302. Work,                     Engineering Entrepreneurship: PR: Senior stand-                    Internal Combustion Engine Analysis and
heat, and energy transformations. Relation of properties.         ing, GEB 4152, or C.I. All aspects of a successful engineer-       Optimization: PR: EGN 3343 or EGN 3358 or C.I.
Laws, concepts, and modes of analysis common to all               ing entrepreneurship enterprise. Content includes lectures,        Internal combustion engine operating principles. Topics
applications of thermodynamics in engineering. Fall, Spring.      case studies, and seminars. Active student participation.          covered include engine design and operating parameters,
                                                                  Course material is augmented through seminars given by             combustion, thermodynamics, induction flow, and basic
EGN 3343H              ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)         engineers, business people, and specialists, based on their        mathematical models. Even Fall, Even Spring. M&S fee:
Thermodynamics Honors: PR: Honors status; CR:                     own experiences. Occasional.                                       $45.00
EGN 3321 or EGN 3321H, & MAP 2302. Work, heat, and
energy transformations. Relation of properties. Laws, con-        EGN 4706C                ECS-MMAE                      3(2,4)      EGN 5840               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
cepts, and models of analysis common to all applications          Small Satellite Payloads and Integration: PR:                      Small Rocket Applications for Teachers: PR:
of thermodynamics in engineering. Honors content. Spring.         EML 3303C OR EAS 3800C OR EEL 3801C OR ESI                         Admission to Lockheed Martin UCF Teaching Academy.
                                                                  4523C. Evaluate overall impact of integration and design           Earth and space environments, rocket propulsion, meteo-
EGN 3358                   ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)       concepts on various satellite component subsystems and             rological and environmental measurements, payload launch
Thermo-Fluids-Heat Transfer: PR: EGN 3310,                        their payloads into a small satellite system design leading to     procedures, orbits and trajectories, safety, model rocket
MAP 2302. Introduction to first and second laws of ther-          a final configuration. Occasional.                                 experiments, field trips, student science experiments.
modynamics, continuum fluid mechanics, and heat transfer                                                                             Occasional.
for electrical, industrial, and computer engineering majors.      EGN 4707C             ECS-MMAE                    3(2,4)
Fall, Spring.                                                     Processing Space-Launch Systems: PR: For                           EGN 5855C              ECS-IEMS                   3(2,2)
                                                                  ECE: EEL 3552C or EEL 4742C; For IEMS: ESI 4523C; For              Metrology: PR: EIN 4391C or C.I. Advanced topics in
EGN 3365                ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)      MAE: EAS 3800C. Assembly and test techniques for pre-              inspection and measurement with applications in engineer-
Structure and Properties of Materials: PR: CHS                    paring and check-out of the space-launch system “Inertial          ing and manufacturing. Occasional.
1440 and MAC 2312. Atomic structure and bonding, crystal          Upper Stage.” May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
structure and imperfections, solidification, phase transfor-                                                                         EGN 5858C               ECS-IEMS                     3(2,1)
mations, phase diagrams, heat treatment, mechanical &             EGN 4730                 ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)         Prototyping and Product Realization: PR: Basic
electrical properties, materials characterization techniques.     Renewable Energy Systems: PR: ETM 4220.                            knowledge and/or experience in CAD/CAM technology or
Fall, Spring.                                                     Well-to-wheels analysis, lifecycle energy and emissions,           C.I. Product design and development cycle including design
                                                                  total cost. Skill sets, methodologies and tool kits needed         for functionality and manufacturability. Fundamentals, appli-
EGN 3373                ECS-ECE                 3(3,0)            to analyze various technologies on a consistent basis for a        cations and practice of rapid prototyping and reverse engi-
Principles of Electrical Engineering: PR: PHY                     given application. Even Fall.                                      neering technologies. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
2049C; CR: MAP 2302. Fundamentals of electrical circuits
and analysis; fundamentals of electronics and AC power            EGN 4731C              ECS-ENT                       3(2,2)        EIN 3000                 ECS-IEMS                     2(2,0)
systems, transformers, electromechanics and rotating              Fuel Cell Technologies: PR: CHM 1032, CHM                          Introduction to Industrial Engineering and
machines. Fall, Spring.                                           1032L, PHY 2053C and MAC 2253 or MAC 2311. Basic                   Management Systems: Issues important to the
                                                                  concepts and principles of fuel cell technologies to include       operation of an industrial or service facility. Fall.
EGN 3373H              ECS-ECE                    3(3,0)          chemistry, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, cell compo-
Principles of Electrical Engineering Honors:                      nents and operating conditions. Even Spring.                       EIN 3314C              ECS-IEMS                 3(2,2)
PR: Permission of Honors and PHY 2049C, CR: MAP                                                                                      Work Measurement & Design: PR: STA 3032.
2302. Fundamentals of electrical circuits and analysis.           EGN 4824                ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)        Management standards for evaluation and control of man
Fundamentals of electronics and AC power systems, trans-          Energy and Society: Investigation of available energy              and man/machine systems. Flow and operations analysis,
formers, electromechanics and rotating machines. Spring.          forms; energy resources versus requirements in an increas-         work measurement, job evaluations. Laboratory assign-
                                                                  ingly complex technological society; possible solutions and        ments. Fall. M&S fee: $20.00
EGN 3420                   ECS-ECE                       3(3,0)   future predictions. Occasional.
Engineering Analysis: PR: High-level computer                                                                                        EIN 3354                ECS-IEMS                     3(3,0)
language; MAC 2312. Engineering applications of numeri-           EGN 4830             ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)             Principles of Cost Engineering: PR: EGN 3613.
cal methods including curve fitting, matrix operations, root      Telecommunications: Telecommunications and its                     This course is to provide engineers from all disciplines the
finding, interpolating, integration and plotting. Fall, Spring.   role in contemporary local, national, and international            background for the cost estimation of engineering systems
                                                                  society. Occasional.                                               throughout the product life cycle. Fall.
EGN 3613                  ECS-IEMS                 2(2,0)
Engineering Economic Analysis: PR: MAC                            EGN 4921C                ECS-ECS                      2(2,1)       EIN 4191C               ECS-IEMS                   2(2,2)
2311. Economic evaluation of engineering alternatives and         Interdisciplinary Research and Development                         Engineering Leadership Seminar I: PR: Junior
design. Time value of money and economic impact of taxes,         I: PR: Junior standing in Engineering or Computer Science          or better standing in engineering with C.I. Progressive
risk, depreciation. Fall, Spring.                                 major. Research and methodology seminar. Topics to                 engineering leadership development (intrapersonal to inter-
                                                                  include: intellectual property, patents, global R&D, dissemi-      personal to organizational to community) via a combination
EGN 3843             ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)            nation of findings. Seminar presentations by guest research        of experiential and practical experiences in engineering-
Systems Modeling: PR: CGS 1060C or equivalent.                    lecturers. Occasional.                                             specific corporate and community settings. Fall.
Representation of man/machine systems through analytic
and computer-based models. Case studies in the analysis           EGN 4922C          ECS-ECS             2(1,1)                      EIN 4192C              ECS-IEMS           2(2,2)
and improvement of systems in industry, education, and            Interdisciplinary Research and Development                         Engineering Leadership Seminar II: PR: EIN
government. Occasional.                                           II: PR: EGN 4921C. Continuation of EGN 4921C.                      4191C. Continuation of EIN 4191C. Spring.
                                                                  Occasional.
EGN 4300C               ECS-ENT                   3(2,2)                                                                             EIN 4214                ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)
Hydrogen Production and Handling: PR: CHM                         EGN 4931H               ECS-ECS                        3(3,0)      Safety Engineering and Administration:
1032, CHM 1032L, and PHY 2053C. Basic concepts and                Engineering Honors Seminar: PR: Permission of                      Analysis of accidents in the industrial operating envi-
principles of hydrogen technologies to include properties,        Honors and Senior standing and C.I. Introduces a select            ronment. Application of fault trees, OSHA requirements.
usage, safety, storage and production. Even Fall.                 group of students in engineering or other fields of science to     Consideration of accident costs and organizational aspects
                                                                  the methodology commonly employed in research. Students            of accident prevention. Occasional.
EGN 4412C               ECS-MMAE                     3(1,5)       will carry out independent research which will prepare them
Interdisciplinary Design I: PR: Industrial: EIN                   for graduate study. Occasional.                                    EIN 4243C              ECS-IEMS                3(2,2)
4364C; Comp and Elect: EEE 3307C, EEL 3657, EEL                                                                                      Human Engineering: PR: STA 3032 or C.I. Man/
3552C, EEL 3801C; Aero: EAS 3810C, CR: EML 4312C,                 EGN 4933C               ECS-ECS                     1(1,1)         machine systems; design and conduct of human engineer-
EAS 4404C; Comp Sci: COT 3960, COP 3503C; Mech:                   Professional Practice I: PR: Junior standing in                    ing studies. Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
EML 3500, EML 3701, EML 3303C, CR: EML 4312C, EML                 engineering or computer science. Contemporary global
4804C. Application of the design process for interdisciplin-      technical issues, professional development, lifelong learn-        EIN 4333                ECS-IEMS                     3(3,0)
ary students to solve state-of-the-art engineering problems       ing, and ethical responsibilities. Community service and/or        Production and Distribution Systems: PR: ESI
by system analysis, design, integration, manufacture and          community outreach projects required. Occasional.                  4312 or C.I. Decision policies in manufacturing and logistics
testing methods. Fall.                                                                                                               systems including forecasting, production planning, opera-
                                                                  EGN 4934C             ECS-ECS          2(1,2)                      tions scheduling, deterministic and stochastic inventory
EGN 4413C               ECS-MMAE                    3(1,5)        Professional Practice II: PR: EGN 4933C.                           control and project scheduling. Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
Interdisciplinary Design II: PR: EGN 4412C.                       Continuation of EGN 4933C. Occasional.
Continuation of Interdisciplinary Design I May be repeated                                                                           EIN 4364C                ECS-IEMS                       3(2,2)
for credit. Spring.                                               EGN 5035                  ECS-ECS                     3(3,0)       Industrial Facilities Planning and Design:
                                                                  Topics in Technological Development: PR: C.I.                      PR: EIN 3314C, EIN 3354 CR:EIN 4333C, EIN 4391C.
EGN 4624                ECS-IEMS                       3(3,0)     Selected topics in the technological development of western        Comprehensive design of industrial production systems,
Engineering Administration: PR: Senior standing.                  civilization including the weight-driven clock, steam engine,      including interrelationships of plant location, process design,
Engineering organization and administration; delegation of        electric light, etc. Occasional.                                   and materials handling. Laboratory assignments. Spring.
authority and responsibility; effective use of resources; proj-                                                                      M&S fee: $20.00
ect management; R and D planning; ethics in professional
practice. Fall, Spring.




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UCF Courses and Descriptions
EIN 4391C               ECS-IEMS                 3(2,3)             EIN 5317                ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)         EMA 3014               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
Manufacturing Engineering: PR: CHM 2045C                            Training System Design: PR: Seniors, post bac or                  Nanomaterials            Characterization           and
or CHS 1440 and Junior Standing or C.I. Introduction to             graduate standing or C.I. How human performance deficien-         Applications: PR: EMA 3691. Microstructural and
manufacturing engineering, with emphasis on current and             cies should be addressed from a systems design point of           mechanical characterization of nanostructures, nano-coat-
emerging technologies in metalworking and electronics.              view. Manpower, personnel, and training considerations will       ings, corrosion, magnetics, quantum dots for solar cells,
Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00                                       be examined. Fall.                                                materials for hydrogen economy, laboratory on material
                                                                                                                                      characterization. Occasional.
EIN 4450                 ECS-IEMS                    3(3,0)         EIN 5346                 ECS-IEMS                    3(3,0)
Principles of Concurrent Engineering: PR:                           Engineering Logistics: Study of the logistics life                EMA 3124                ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
EGN 3613 or C.I. Elements of concurrent engineering and             cycle involving planning, analysis and design, testing, pro-      Design and Selection of Materials: PR: EGM
its application. Topics include quality function deployment         duction, distribution, and support. Occasional.                   3601, and EGN 3365 or EMA 3706. Relationship between
and design for manufacturing and assembly. Even Spring.                                                                               processing, structure and properties of various engineering
                                                                    EIN 5356              ECS-IEMS                      3(3,0)        materials and their selection in engineering design. Fall.
EIN 4516C                ECS-IEMS                        3(2,2)     Cost Engineering: Cost estimation and control of engi-
Systems Analysis and Design: PR: EIN 4364C.                         neering systems throughout the product life cycle. Spring.        EMA 3691             ECS-MMAE                3(3,0)
Systems analysis methodology, system requirements,                                                                                    Nanomaterials Process Engineering: PR: CHS
specifications, system design methodology and decision              EIN 5368C               ECS-IEMS                      3(2,2)      1440 or CHM 2045C, and PHY 2048 or PHY 2053C and
support. Consulting skills and client interactions. Initiation of   Integrated Factory Automation Systems: PR:                        EGN 3365. Nanomaterials, processing, nanomachining,
senior design projects. Fall. M&S fee: $20.00                       EIN 4391C or C.I. Automated material handling systems,            nanocompositions, nanocomposites and computations of
                                                                    industrial robots, automated guided vehicles, automated           devices. Occasional.
EIN 4517               ECS-IEMS                    3(3,0)           storage and retrieval systems, economics, justification. Odd
Systems Engineering: PR: STA 3032 or C.I.                           Fall. M&S fee: $20.00                                             EMA 3706                ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
Fundamental principles of systems engineering and their                                                                               Structure and Properties of Aerospace
application to the development of industrial complex engi-          EIN 5388             ECS-IEMS                 3(3,0)              Materials: PR: CHS 1440 or CHM 2045C and MAC
neered systems. Fall.                                               Forecasting: PR: ESI 5219. Industrial applications of             2312. Atomic structure, bonding, crystal structures, solidi-
                                                                    forecasting methods with emphasis on microcomputer-               fication, phase transformations, heat treatment, mechanical
EIN 4545C               ECS-IEMS                      3(2,2)        based packages. Occasional.                                       behavior, specific aerospace materials, materials design.
Industrial Engineering Applications in The                                                                                            Fall.
Service Industries: PR: EIN 3314C, ESI 4312, ESI                    EIN 5392C               ECS-IEMS                    3(2,2)
4234 or CI. Application of industrial engineering principles        Manufacturing Systems Engineering: PR: EIN                        EMA 4102                    ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
to improve the quality and productivity of service industries       4391C or C.I. The integration of manufacturing technolo-          Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Materials:
such as restaurants, banks, hotels, health care, etc. Even          gies and information processing concepts into a system for        PR: EGN 3343, EGN 3365 or EMA 3706; and a “C” (2.0) or
Fall.                                                               controlling the manufacturing enterprise. Even Spring. M&S        better in all of the following; CHS 1440 or CHM 2045C, MAC
                                                                    fee: $20.00                                                       2311, MAC 2312, MAC 2313, MAP 2302 and PHY 2048.
EIN 4621C             ECS-IEMS                        3(2,2)                                                                          Application of first, second and third laws of thermodynam-
Computer-Aided-Manufacturing: PR: EIN 4391C.                        EIN 5607C           ECS-IEMS                   3(2,2)             ics to materials, phase diagrams, statistical thermodynam-
Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) including computer               Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems:                        ics, kinetic processes in materials, diffusion, nucleation and
numerical control (CNC), robotics, parts classification (GT)        PR: EIN 4391C, and EIN 4621C or EML 4535C; or C.I.                growth, and phase transformations. Fall.
and manufacturing resource planning (MRP). Occasional.              Automated systems for manufacturing, numerical control
M&S fee: $45.00                                                     (NC) machines, NC programming, robot control and pro-             EMA 4103             ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)
                                                                    gramming, machine and system control. Odd Spring. M&S             Space Environment Technology: PR: MAC 2253,
EIN 4891C               ECS-IEMS                     3(2,3)         fee: $45.00                                                       PHY 2053C. The space environment and how it affects
Industrial Engineering Senior Design Project:                                                                                         manufacturing of space elements to withstand the harsh
PR: EIN 4516C, Senior standing. Capstone design course;             EIN 5936                ECS-IEMS                     1(1,0)       space environment. Occasional.
application of IEMS techniques to real-world design applica-        Seminar in Industrial Engineering: Doctoral
tions. Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                                      Research: PR: C.I. Essential topics for doctoral research         EMA 4223                 ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
                                                                    including research areas, skills, funding, proposals, ethics,     Fundamentals of Mechanical Behavior of
EIN 5108                 ECS-IEMS                     3(3,0)        mentors, seminars, societies, conferences, presentations,         Materials: PR: EGM 3601, and EGN 3365 or EMA 3706.
The Environment of Technical Organizations:                         interviewing, grants, and publishing. Fall.                       Elementary treatment of elasticity, plasticity, viscoelasticity,
PR: Graduate status or CI; EGN 4624 recommended.                                                                                      creep, fracture, and fatigue. Spring.
Presentation and investigation into the principles required         ELD 4011                ED-CFCS                        3(3,0)
to transform technologists into managers focusing on engi-          Intro to Specific Learning Disabilities: Nature                   EMA 4413                ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
neers, scientists, and other professionals providing services       and needs of students with learning disabilities to include       Fundamentals of Electronic Materials: PR: EGN
in technically-oriented organizations. Fall.                        history, theories, characteristics, definitions, assessments,     3365. Electronic processes in solids. Electrical, magnetic,
                                                                    issues, and application of effective teaching practices.          and optical properties of solids. Electron energies in solids.
EIN 5117               ECS-IEMS                 3(3,0)              Occasional.                                                       Superconducting materials. Spring.
Management Information Systems I: PR:
C.I. The design and implementation of computer-based                ELD 4241                ED-CFCS                      4(4,0)       EMA 4501                 ECS-MMAE                     3(2,2)
Management Information Systems. Consideration is given              Introduction and Program Planning for                             Scanning Electron Microscopy: PR: EGN 3365
to the organizational, managerial, and economic aspects             Specific Learning Disabilities: PR: EEX 2010.                     or C.I. A review of electron optics, beam/specimen interac-
of MIS. Spring.                                                     Theories and historical foundations of specific learning          tions, image formation, x-ray analysis, specimen prepara-
                                                                    disabilities and the development of highly specialized tech-      tion, microelectronic applications, and crystallography in the
EIN 5140                ECS-IEMS                     3(3,0)         niques and curriculum materials. Occasional.                      SEM. Occasional.
Project Engineering: PR: Graduate standing or C.I.
Role of engineer in project management with emphasis on             ELD 4242                ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)      EMA 4503               ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)
project life cycle, quantitative and qualitative methods of         Program Planning for Specific Learning                            Materials Characterization Techniques: PR:
cost, schedule, and performance control. Fall, Spring.              Disabilities: PR: Senior standing. Development of highly          EMA 3012C, and EGN 3365 or EMA 3706. Theory and
                                                                    specialized techniques, curriculum materials, to be used          practice of commonly used techniques for characteriza-
EIN 5248C               ECS-IEMS                   3(2,2)           with students with special learning disabilities. Occasional.     tion of crystal structure, microstructure and chemistry.
Ergonomics: PR: C.I. Applications of anthropometry,                                                                                   Occasional.
functional anatomy, mechanics, and physiology of mus-               EMA 1002              ECS-MMAE                 3(3,0)
culoskeletal system concepts in the engineering design of           Materials in Today’s World: A survey of the                       EMA 4506                ECS-MMAE                3(3,0)
industrial tools, equipments, and workstations. Fall. M&S           properties, manufacture, and uses of metals, ceramics,            Emerging Materials: PR: EGN 3365, or EMA 3706.
fee: $20.00                                                         and polymers in today’s world with emphasis on modern             Structure, properties and processing of modern emerging
                                                                    developments and new materials. Occasional.                       materials. Occasional.
EIN 5251                ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)
Usability Engineering: PR: STA 3032 or equivalent.                  EMA 3000               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)          EMA 4606              ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)
Usability paradigms/principles; cognitive walk-throughs;            Engineering Polymeric, Ceramic, and                               Transport        Phenomena             in     Materials
heuristic, review-based, model-based, empirical and story-          Composite Materials: PR: EGN 3365. Structure,                     Processing: PR: EGN 3365, EGN 3343 or EGN 3358.
board evaluation; techniques; query techniques; laboratory          properties, processing of engineering polymeric, ceramic,         Conservation equations, fluid flow, heat transfer, free and
techniques; and field study approaches. Occasional.                 and composite materials. Occasional.                              moving boundaries, solidification, single-phase and multi-
                                                                                                                                      phase materials, alloys, solute rejection, microstructure,
EIN 5255C                ECS-IEMS                       3(2,2)      EMA 3012C                 ECS-MMAE                    3(2,2)      macrosegregation. Occasional.
Interactive Simulation: PR: Graduate standing or C.I.               Experimental Techniques in Mechanics and
Introduction to significant topics relative to the development      Materials: PR: EGN 3365, EGM 3601. Materials charac-              EMA 4701C              ECS-MMAE                3(2,4)
and use of simulators for knowledge transfer in the technical       terization (optical and scanning electron microscopy, x-ray       Materials Performance in Space Applications:
environment. Fall, Spring.                                          diffraction), heat treatment, mechanical testing (hardness,       PR: EGN 3365. Laboratory failure analysis of materials
                                                                    tensile, impact, etc.). Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00             within space-related environments. Occasional.




         UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA                                                                   464                           Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011
                                                                                                                                     Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                     UCF Courses and Descriptions
EMA 5060               ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)          EMA 5586                ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)       EME 5810                 ED-ERTL                     1(1,0)
Polymer Science and Engineering: PR: EGN                           Photovoltaic Solar Energy Materials: PR: EGN                        Teaching and Learning with Technology:
3365. Structure and properties of polymers, preparation            3365. Materials properties basic to photovoltaics, structures,      Overview of technologies for teaching and for learning.
and processing of polymers, mechanical properties, use             homojunction, heterojunction, and surface barrier solar             Practical strategies for using technology in the classroom.
in manufacturing and high tech applications. Occasional.           cells, AMDS-1D modeling of c-Si, GaAs bulk and a-Si:H,              May be used in the degree program a maximum of 4 times.
                                                                   CIGS, and CdTe thin film solar cells. May be repeated for           Occasional.
EMA 5104                ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)          credit. Occasional.
Intermediate Structure and Properties of                                                                                               EML 3001C               ECS-MMAE                       1(1,2)
Materials: PR: EGN 3365. Fundamentals of dislocation               EMA 5587C                ECS-MMAE                    3(2,2)         Machine Shop Practice: PR: EGN 1111C or C.I.
theory, metallurgical thermodynamics and diffusion. Phase          Characterization and Reliability of PV Cells:                       Set up and operation of mill and lathe, cutting tools, holding
transformations, strengthening mechanisms and fracture.            PR: EGN 3365. Photovoltaic characterization of solar cells,         devices, cutting speeds and feed rates. Measurement devic-
Introduction to engineering polymers, ceramics, and com-           dark and light I-V, C-V, and quantum efficiency, physics of         es. Hands-on experience. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00
posites. Fall.                                                     failure of microelectronic devices, solder bonds, encapsula-
                                                                   tion, PV module reliability. Occasional.                            EML 3034C               ECS-MMAE                      3(3,1)
EMA 5106                ECS-MMAE                 3(3,0)                                                                                Modeling Methods in Mechanical and
Metallurgical Thermodynamics: PR: EGN 3365.                        EMA 5588                ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)       Aerospace Engineering: PR: “C” (2.0) or better in
Laws of thermodynamics, phase equilibria, reactions                Biocompatibility of Materials: PR: EGN 3365 or                      all of the following prerequisites: MAC 2311, MAC 2312,
between condensed and gaseous phases, reaction equilib-            C.I. Biocompatibility and bioactivity; cell-biomaterials inter-     MAC 2313, MAP 2302 and PHY 2048. CR: EGN 3321
ria in condensed solution and phase diagrams. Occasional.          actions; engineering bone and cartilage; soft-tissue replace-       and EAS 3990 or EML 3990. Computer aided modeling
                                                                   ments; total hip replacements; nanostructured biomaterials,         of mechanical and aerospace systems. Solution methods.
EMA 5108              ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)         imaging techniques, preservation techniques for biomateri-          Curve fitting. Numerical calculus and solution of differential
Surface Science: PR: PHY 2049C and C.I. Methods of                 als, MSDS and FDA compatibility data. Occasional.                   equations with applications to mechanical and aerospace
chemical and physical analysis of surfaces, with emphasis                                                                              engineering. Fall, Spring.
on ultra-high vacuum spectroscopics utilizing electron, ion        EMA 5610               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
and photon probes. Occasional.                                     Laser Materials Processing: PR: EGN 3343 or                         EML 3101              ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
                                                                   EMA 5106 or C.I. Laser beam optics; laser-material interac-         Thermodynamics of Mechanical Systems:
EMA 5140              ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)            tions; laser heating, melting, vaporization. Plasma forma-          PR: EGN 3343 and a “C” (2.0) or better in all of the follow-
Introduction to Ceramic Materials: PR: EGN                         tion; laser surface treatment, welding, machining; laser            ing: MAC 2311, MAC 2312, MAC 2313, MAP 2302 and
3365. Uses, structure, physical and chemical properties,           material synthesis. Thin film deposition, crystal growth.           PHY 2048. Applied thermodynamics, availability analysis,
and processing of ceramic materials. Discussions will              Occasional.                                                         thermodynamics of reactive and non-reactive mixtures, ther-
include recent developments for high technology applica-                                                                               modynamic relations of properties. Thermodynamic design
tions. Occasional.                                                 EMA 5705                ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)         analysis of complete mechanical systems. Fall.
                                                                   High Temperature Materials: PR: EMA 5104 or CI.
EMA 5317               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)           Desired material properties for high temperature applica-           EML 3262                 ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
Materials Kinetics: PR: C.I. Mass and thermal trans-               tions, physical metallurgy of such materials, corrosion, hot        Kinematics of Mechanisms: PR: EGN 3321 and a
port, phase transformations and Arrhenius rate processes.          corrosion and oxidation properties, aero- and land-based            “C” (2.0) or better in all of the following: MAC 2311, MAC
Occasional.                                                        gas turbine requirements. Occasional.                               2312, MAC 2313, MAP 2302 and PHY 2048. Graphical,
                                                                                                                                       mathematical, and computer-aided kinematics, analysis,
EMA 5326                ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)        EME 2040                 ED-ERTL                     3(3,0)         and synthesis of basic mechanisms. Fall.
Corrosion Science and Engineering: PR: EGN                         Introduction to Technology for Educators:
3365. Electrochemical principles and applications to detect-       Introduction to technology for educators, including class-          EML 3303C                ECS-MMAE                     3(2,3)
ing and monitoring corrosion processes. Various forms of           room management tools, multimedia, communication net-               Mechanical Engineering Measurements: PR:
corrosion, their causes and control. Techniques of corrosion       works, interactivity, educational software and legal, ethical       EGN 3343, CR: EGM 3601. Theory, calibration and use of
protection. Occasional.                                            and social issues. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $1.00                     instruments. Measurement techniques, data analysis, report
                                                                                                                                       writing. Laboratory topics related to mechanical engineering.
EMA 5415                ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)      EME 2041              ED-ES                  3(3,0)                 Fall. M&S fee: $15.00
Electronic Principles of Materials Properties:                     Introduction to Applications of Technology
PR: EGN 3365 or C.I. This course will cover electron theory        in Education: Classroom applications of instructional               EML 3500                 ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
and band structure; electrical, optical, magnetic, and thermal     media including computers. Occasional.                              Machine Design and Analysis: PR: EGM 3601.
properties of metals, semiconductors and insulators, includ-                                                                           Application of the principles of mechanics of materials to the
ing device examples. Fall.                                         EME 4312              ED-ERTL                     3(3,0)            design of mechanical elements. Spring.
                                                                   Applications of Technology in Education:
EMA 5504                ECS-MMAE                     3(2,2)        Classroom applications of instructional media. including            EML 3701                 ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
Modern Characterization of Materials: PR: EMA                      computers. Includes experiences with equipment, commer-             Fluid Mechanics I: PR: EGN 3321, EGN 3343 and a
5104 or C.I. Techniques and operation of instrumentation           cial and teacher-made media, and their uses. Occasional.            “C” (2.0) or better in all of the following: MAC 2311, MAC
(light, scanning, transmission, and auger microscopy) for                                                                              2312, MAC 2313, MAP 2302 and PHY 2048. Principles of
the characterization of structure, defects, composition, and       EME 5050                  ED-ERTL                      3(3,0)       continuum fluid mechanics. Integral and differential forms
surfaces. Occasional.                                              Fundamentals of Technology for Educators:                           of governing equations, fluid statics, dimensional analysis,
                                                                   PR: Post bac or C.I. Designed to provide participants with          measurements, internal flows. Fall, Spring.
EMA 5505                 ECS-MMAE                    3(2,2)        an introduction to the field of educational technology content
Scanning Electron Microscopy: PR: EMA 5104                         with emphasis on using and integrating technology in K-12           EML 3990                 ECS-MMAE                    0(0,0)
or C.I. A review of electron optics, beam/specimen interac-        to improve the teaching and learning process. Fall, Spring.         Mechanical Career and Academic Faculty
tions, image formation, X-ray analysis, specimen prepara-                                                                              Advising I: PR: MAP 2302. Mandatory meeting with stu-
tion, microelectronic applications and crystillography in the      EME 5051                ED-ERTL                         3(3,0)      dents and their faculty advisor for career/academic advising.
SEM. Occasional.                                                   Technologies of Instruction and Information                         Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   Management: PR: Acceptance into Ed Media program
EMA 5517               ECS-MMAE                    3(2,2)          or C.I. Theories and practices in utilizing instructional media     EML 4005               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
Advanced Materials Characterization by Ion                         and information technologies. Emphasis on new and emerg-            Design in Nature and Engineering: PR: EGN
Beam Analysis: PR: EMA 5504 or C.I. Principle of                   ing technologies and their effects on the school and media          3343 and EGM 3601. Design for function and invention, in
interactions between ion beam and solid materials; sputter-        program. Fall.                                                      both engineering and nature: economy, form, beauty, ener-
ing and scattering theories; fundamentals and applications                                                                             gy, mechanism, structure, evolution in nature. Occasional.
of secondary ion mass and Rutherford Backscattering spec-          EME 5053                ED-ERTL                       3(3,0)
trometric. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                 Electronic Resources for Education: PR:                             EML 4024C               ECS-MMAE                   3(2,2)
                                                                   Graduate standing or C.I. Study and application of electronic       Engineering Design Practice: PR: EML 3034C and
EMA 5584                   ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)    resources available for education including techniques for          EML 3500 or EAS 4200. Basic CAD/CAM solid modeling
Biomaterials: PR: EGN 3365. Properties of natural bio-             locating, evaluating, and integrating them into the class-          techniques in a project oriented environment. Students will
logical materials and their relation to microstructure, biocom-    room. Fall.                                                         construct part models, drawings, and assemblies. Use of
patibility, specific applications in orthopedic, cardiovascular,                                                                       in-house software. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
visual, neural, and reconstruction implants. Even Spring.          EME 5208                  ED-ERTL                     3(3,0)
                                                                   Production Techniques for Instructional                             EML 4142               ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
EMA 5585                  ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)    Settings: PR: Acceptance into Ed Media Program or                   Heat Transfer: PR: EML 3701 and EML 3034C.
Materials Science of Thin Films: PR: Graduate                      C.I. Skills in producing instructional materials. Emphasis on       Conduction, radiation, and convection heat transfer. Basic
standing or C.I. Interaction of thin film processing techniques    graphic, audio, video, and photographic skills and the appli-       energy balances emphasized. Steady state and transient
with the structure and properties of the materials deposited.      cation of instructional and communication theories. Spring.         problems, analysis and design of simple heat exchangers.
Odd Fall.                                                                                                                              Fall, Spring.
                                                                   EME 5225                 ED-ERTL                     3(3,0)
                                                                   Media for Children and Young Adults: PR:
                                                                   Acceptance into Ed Media Program or C.I. Survey of
                                                                   materials for children’s and young adults’ informational and
                                                                   recreational needs; analysis, evaluation, and utilization of
                                                                   print and non-print materials. Spring.


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UCF Courses and Descriptions
EML 4145                ECS-MMAE                     2(2,0)     EML 4600                 ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)         EML 5228C              ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
Topics in Heat Transfer: PR: EML 3701, EML                      HVAC Systems Engineering: PR: EGN 3343;                            Modal Analysis: PR: EML 3303C, EML 4220, and
3034C; CR: EML 4142. Boiling and condensation heat              CR: EML 3701, EML 3101. Heating, ventilation, air-con-             EML 5060. Theoretical basis. Measurement techniques,
transfer. Radiation heat transfer in enclosures without and     ditioning, and refrigeration principles and systems design.        excitation, transducers, data acquisition. Detailed data
with participating media. Multi-mode heat transfer. Spring.     Psychometrics, heating and cooling loads, equipment and            analysis, modal parameter extraction, curve-fitting proce-
                                                                components, and distribution systems. Fall.                        dures. Modeling. Occasional.
EML 4220              ECS-MMAE                3(3,0)
Vibration Analysis: PR: EGN 3321, EGM 3601and                   EML 4602                 ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)       EML 5237                ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
EML 3034C. Undamped and damped vibration of single              Applied HVAC Engineering: PR: EML 4600, CR:                        Intermediate Mechanics of Materials: PR: EML
degree freedom systems. Forced vibration. Transient             EML 4142. Applications of HVAC systems design with                 3500, EML 5060. Elements of elasticity. Failure theories.
response. Multiple degree of freedom systems. Normal            the objective of optimizing energy efficiency, humidity            Bending and torsion. Thin plates. Energy principles. Thick-
modes. Spring.                                                  control, ventilation, and indoor air quality. Dehumidification     walled cylinders. Applications to design. Occasional.
                                                                performance of the various HVAC system types and their
EML 4221C               ECS-MMAE                     2(1,2)     interactions with the building. Spring.                            EML 5245                   ECS-MMAE                       3(3,0)
Mechanical             Systems           Experimental                                                                              Tribology: PR: EGN 3365, EGN 3331 and EML 3701.
Techniques: PR: EML 3303C, EML 4220. Vibration                  EML 4703                ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)           Principles of fluid film lubrication (liquid and gas, journal and
concepts and associated experiments. Vibration testing          Fluid Mechanics II: PR: EML 3701. Continuation of                  thrust bearings), contact mechanics (rolling element bear-
techniques. Transducers and exciters considerations. Modal      Fluid Mechanics I. External flows, fluid machinery, com-           ings), design of bearings and load bearing surfaces, friction
analysis and testing. Data analysis and interpretation. Fall.   pressible flows, design projects. Fall.                            and wear of materials, tribotesting. Occasional.

EML 4260                ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)    EML 4804C               ECS-MMAE                  3(2,3)           EML 5271                ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)
Dynamics of Machinery: PR: EML 3262 and EML                     Digital Control in Mechatronics: PR: EML 4312C                     Intermediate Dynamics: PR: EML 3321. Dynamics
4220. Critical speeds and response of flexible rotor systems,   and EML 3303C. Discrete microprocessor control of mecha-           of particles, rigid bodies, and distributed mass systems.
whirl, gyroscopic effects; balancing of rotating and recipro-   tronics dynamic systems using state-space representation,          Hamilton’s principle. Lagrange’s equations. Numerical
cating masses; cam dynamics. Occasional.                        digital controllers, design for mechatronic applications.          methods. Mechanisms. Occasional.
                                                                Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
EML 4264                  ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)                                                                      EML 5290               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)
Vehicle Dynamics: PR: EML 3262 and EML 4220.                    EML 4991              ECS-MMAE                      0(0,0)         Introduction to MEMS and Micromachining:
Basic mechanics governing vehicle dynamics, performance         Mechanical Career and Academic Faculty                             PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Introduction of Micro-Electro-
and handling; acceleration, braking, ride, cornering, suspen-   Advising II: PR: EML 3990; CR: EML 4312C. Mandatory                Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) and micromachining (micro-
sion, steering, rollover. Occasional.                           meeting with students and their faculty advisor for career/        fabrication) methods. Etching and etching mask. Basics of
                                                                academic advising. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                       silicon macromachining processing. Fundamentals of bulk
EML 4293               ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)                                                                         micromachining. Thin film formation and surface microma-
Essentials of Miniature Engineering Systems:                    EML 5026C               ECS-MMAE                   3(2,2)          chining. Microplating and LIGA process. Nonlithographic
PR: Graduate status or C.I. Engineering of miniature            Advanced Engineering Design Practice: PR:                          micromachining process including laser. May be repeated
mechanical, thermal, energy, and electrical systems, includ-    EGM 3601; CR: (EML 3500 or EAS 4200) and (EML 4220 or              for credit. Odd Fall.
ing advantages, microfabrication methods, and future            EAS 4210). Designed to familiarize students with the basic
trends. Occasional.                                             CAD/CAM solid modeling techniques in a project oriented            EML 5291                 ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
                                                                environment. Construct part models, drawings, and assem-           MEMS Materials: PR: EML 5060, EML 5211, or C.I.
EML 4304C                ECS-MMAE              2(1,3)           blies. Use of in-house software. Fall, Spring.                     Introduction of materials that are frequently used for MEMS
Design of Thermo-Fluid Experiment: PR: EML                                                                                         applications such as silicon, metal, ceramics and polymers.
3303C, CR: EML 4142, EML 4220. Measurements and                 EML 5060                   ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)       The course will focus on fundamental principles involved in
experiments in Thermo-Fluids systems with emphasis on           Mathematical Methods in Mechanical,                                structures and properties of the materials, and their applica-
project team activity. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                  Materials and Aerospace Engineering: PR:                           tions in MEMS. Even Spring.
                                                                MAP 2302. Vector field theory, generalized coordinates,
EML 4312C                ECS-MMAE                 3(2,3)        complex variables, contour integration and LaPlace and             EML 5292                ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
Feedback Control: PR: EGN 3321, MAP 2302, EGN                   Fourier transforms and inversions, variable coefficient ODEs       Fundamental Phenomenon and Scaling laws
3373 and EML 4220 or EAS 4210C. Mathematical modeling           and solution of PDEs for governing equations of heat trans-        in Miniature Engineering Systems: PR: EML
of dynamic systems: transient and steady state response;        fer, ideal fluid flow, and mechanics. Fall.                        5060, EML 5211, or CI. Introduction to meso-, micro-, and
Root Locus and z-transform methods; discrete systems                                                                               nano-scales, and related terminology, constitutive relation-
analysis; controller design. Fall.                              EML 5066                ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)           ships at these scales and how these relationships affect the
                                                                Computational Methods in Mechanical,                               behavior and performance of systems. Effect of miniaturiza-
EML 4411                ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)       Materials and Aerospace Engineering: PR:                           tion on a few common engineering systems. Odd Fall.
Mechanical Power Systems: PR: EML 3101.                         EML 3034C. Error Norms, interpolation and extrapolation,
Analysis and design of large power generating systems and       quadratures and adaptive quadratures, solutions of linear          EML 5311                ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)
components, with emphasis on steam plants utilizing both        and nonlinear systems of equations, functional approxima-          System Control: PR: EML 4312C; CR: EML 5060.
chemical and nuclear fuels. Occasional.                         tion, solution of ODE’s and MWR. Occasional.                       Modern control theory for linear and non-linear systems;
                                                                                                                                   controllability and observability. Linear state feedback and
EML 4454                 ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)     EML 5105                  ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)        state estimators, compensator design. Occasional.
Turbines for Sustainable Power: PR: EGM 3601,                   Gas Kinetics and Statistical Thermodynamics:
EGN 3365 or EMA 3706, EML 3701 or EAS 3101, EML                 PR: EAS 4134 or EML 4703. Molecular and statistical                EML 5402              ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)
4142; CR: EML 4220 or EAS 4210. Multidisciplinary aspects       viewpoint of gases and thermodynamics; Boltzmann col-              Turbomachinery: PR: EML 3101, EML 4703 or EAS
of turbine design for sustainable power generation including    lision integral, partition functions, non-equilibrium flows.       4134. Application of the principles of fluid mechanics,
aerodynamics to combustion and emissions to reliability;        Applications in thermo-fluid systems. Occasional.                  thermodynamics, and aerodynamics to the design and
covers multiple applications of conventional and green tech-                                                                       analysis of steam and gas turbines, compressors, and
nologies. Occasional.                                           EML 5131                ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)         pumps. Occasional.
                                                                Combustion Phenomena: PR: EML 4703, EML
EML 4501C               ECS-MMAE                     3(1,6)     3101. Physical and chemical aspects of combustion phe-             EML 5456                 ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)
Engineering Design I: PR: EML 3500, EML 3701 and                nomena. Rate processes, chemical kinetics, structure,              Turbines for Sustainable Power: PR: EGM 3601,
EML 3303C, CR: EML 4312C, EML 4991. Application of              propagation and stability of premixed and diffusion flames.        (EGN 3365 or EMA 3706), (EML 3701 or EAS 3101); CR:
the design process in the team solution of a state-of-the-art   Occasional.                                                        (EML 4220 or EAS 4210), EML 4142. Multidisciplinary
problem. Aerospace, mechanical, thermo-fluid, or material                                                                          aspects of turbine design for sustainable power generation
problems are considered. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00          EML 5152              ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)           including aerodynamics to combustion and emissions to
                                                                Intermediate Heat Transfer: PR: EML 4142, EML                      reliability; covers multiple applications of convention and
EML 4502C               ECS-MMAE                     3(1,6)     5060. An intermediate-level course dealing with heat and           green technology. Fall.
Engineering Design II: PR: EML 4501C, EML 4991.                 mass diffusion, boundary layer problems, and radiation
Continuation of the design process in the team building         from real bodies. Emphasis on combined modes, numerical            EML 5532C               ECS-MMAE                  3(2,3)
and testing of a prototype. A test plan and a test report are   methods. Occasional.                                               Computer-Aided Design for Manufacture: PR:
completed. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                                                                           EGN 4535C. Builds on introductory material covered in
                                                                EML 5211                 ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)        EML 4535C. Topics include computer modeling for the
EML 4535C               ECS-MMAE                     3(2,3)     Continuum Mechanics: PR: EML 3500 or EML 4703                      synthesis, simulation, design and manufacture of mechani-
CAD/CAM: PR: EGN 3343, EML 3034C, and EGM 3601;                 or EAS 4200 or C.I. Introduction to tensors; deformation and       cal, thermal, and aerospace systems. Even Fall, Spring.
CR EAS 4200 or EML 3500. CAD/CAM/FEM computa-                   strain; stress; balance laws, applications in Newtonian fluid      M&S fee: $15.00
tional technology. Basic concepts. Concurrent engineering       dynamics and isotropic linear elasticity. Fall.
approach to mechanical, thermal, and aerospace systems                                                                             EML 5546               ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)
design and analysis. Use of in-house software. Fall, Spring.    EML 5224                ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)          Engineering Design with Composite
M&S fee: $15.00                                                 Acoustics: PR: EML 4220. CR: EML 5060. Elements                    Materials: PR: EML 5237. Mechanics of structural
                                                                of vibration theory and wave motion; radiation, reflection,        components of composite materials under static, thermal,
                                                                absorption, and transmission of acoustic waves; architec-          vibratory loads. Instability. Lamina and laminate theory,
                                                                tural acoustics; control and abatement of environmental            energy methods, failure theories, and structural joining
                                                                noise pollution; transducers. Occasional.                          methods. Occasional.


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                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
EML 5572               ECS-MMAE                      3(3,0)      ENC 1102                  CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)        ENC 3942                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
Probabilistic Methods in Mechanical Design:                      Composition II: PR: ENC 1101 with a grade of “C-”                   Journal Writing Practicum: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
PR: EML 3500, STA 3032. Uncertainty modeling in design.          or better. Focus on extensive research in analytical and            better required in ENC 1102. An interdisciplinary practicum
Use of probabilistic mathematics to assess strength, stiff-      argumentative writing based on a variety of readings from           in journal writing as a literary genre and a means of self-
ness, toughness, and stability. Applications. Occasional.        the humanities. Emphasis on developing critical thinking            expansion. Occasional.
                                                                 and diversity of perspective. The “NC” grading policy applies
EML 5587C                 ECS-MMAE                    3(2,3)     to this course. Fall, Spring.                                       ENC 4215               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
Mechanics of Biostructures I: PR: Graduate                                                                                           Technical          Publication          and       Project
standing or C.I. Part I of a two semester course. Mechanical     ENC 1102H              CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)          Management: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required
analysis of hard (bone) and soft (organs, connective tissues,    Honors Freshman Composition II: PR: ENC                             in ENC 3211 or ENC 3241 or C.I. New publishing technol-
etc.) biostructures and the analysis includes preparation and    1101H with a grade of “C-” or better or C.I. and permission         ogy, stressing composition and printing; word process-
experimental testing for constitutive equations for predictive   of Honors. Same as ENC 1102, with honors-level content.             ing, automated text processing, methods of reproduction.
modeling. Occasional.                                            Note on Freshman English Program: ENC 1101 and 1102                 Introduction of graphics; style, format, layout, and board-
                                                                 must be taken before enrolling in any English course num-           work. Spring. M&S fee: $10.00
EML 5588C               ECS-MMAE                      3(2,3)     bered above 1102. The “NC” grading policy applies to this
Mechanics of Biostructures II: PR: EML 5587C.                    course. Fall, Spring.                                               ENC 4218                 CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
Part II of a two semester course. Mechanical analysis                                                                                The Visual in Technical Documentation: PR:
of hard (bone) and soft (organs, connective tissues, etc)        ENC 2127                CAH-ENG                  3(3,0)             Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 4293. Relevant
biostructures and the analysis includes preparation and          Grammar and Composition: A systematic study of                      theories of the visual and their application to technical com-
experimental testing for constitutive equations for predictive   grammar and mechanics to improve editing for clarity and            munication practice. Fall. M&S fee: $10.00
modeling. Occasional.                                            accuracy in writing. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                     ENC 4262                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
EML 5605              ECS-MMAE                     3(3,0)        ENC 2210                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)         International Technical Communication: PR:
Applied HVAC Engineering: PR: EML 4600.                          Writing for the Business Professional: PR: ENC                      Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 3211 or ENC
Applications of HVAC systems design with the objective           1102, Junior standing or C.I. Emphasis on clear expository          3241 or C.I. International issues in the field of technical
of optimizing energy efficiency, humidity control, ventila-      writing of memoranda, reports, and articles in the student’s        communication including internationalizing documents, user
tion and indoor air quality. May be repeated for credit.         declared field of business. Occasional.                             interface design, international collaboration, and rhetorical
Occasional.                                                                                                                          and logistical challenges. Occasional.
                                                                 ENC 2411C               CAH-ENG                   3(2,1)
EML 5606                  ECS-MMAE                    3(3,0)     Digital Literacy for the Liberal Arts: Designed to                  ENC 4265                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
HVAC Systems Engineering: PR: EML 3101, EML                      help students better understand how computer technologies           Writing for the Computer Industry: PR: Grade
4142, EML 3034C. Heating, ventilation, air conditions and        have shaped our culture and ourselves; to become critical           of C (2.0) or better in ENC 1102 and junior standing, or C.I.
refrigeration principles, system design and analysis. May be     consumers of technology; to acquire a critical sensibility          Creating different kinds of software manuals or online help
repeated for credit. Odd Fall.                                   regarding the manner in which technology affects and is             systems for the computer industry. Occasional.
                                                                 affected by texts. Occasional.
EML 5713                ECS-MMAE                  3(3,0)                                                                             ENC 4275                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
Intermediate Fluid Mechanics: PR: EML 4703.                      ENC 3211                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)        Writing/Consulting: theory & practice: PR: C.I.
CR: EML 5060. Fluid kinematics; conservation equations;          Theory and Practice of Technical Writing: PR:                       Theory and practice of assessing and responding to writing
Navier-Stokes equations; boundary layer flow, inviscid           Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102, junior             from the standpoint of a collaborator, as opposed to evalu-
flow, circulation and vorticity; low Reynolds number flow;       standing, or C.I. Exploring definitions and theoretical foun-       ator. Occasional.
turbulence. Occasional.                                          dations in technical writing field, and the roles of writers in
                                                                 industry. Fall, Spring.                                             ENC 4280                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
EML 5760                    ECS-MMAE                   3(3,0)                                                                        Technical Writing Style: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
Biofluid Mechanics: PR: MAP 2302, EML 3701, EML                  ENC 3211H                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)        better required in ENC 3211 or ENC 3241 or C.I. Strategies
4703. Analysis of biomedical and bioengineering systems          Honors Theory and Practice of Technical                             for understanding and improving writing styles, particularly
using principles of transport phenomena. Governing equa-         Writing: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better in ENC 1102H or             for a variety of technical writing genres. Spring.
tions of fluid flow, circulatory systems blood flow, macro and   equivalent credit, and Consent of Honors. Definition, history,
microcirculation, and blood rheology. Occasional.                scope, practices, and theoretical bases of technical writing        ENC 4290               CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
                                                                 and its relationship to general English studies. With Honors        Usability         Testing            for       Technical
EML 5936              ECS-MMAE           1(1,0)                  Content. Occasional.                                                Communication: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better
Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace                                                                                                 required in ENC 4293 or C.I. Usability theory and techniques
Engineering Graduate Seminar: MMAE graduate                      ENC 3241                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         for evaluating manuals, online documentation, and other
student seminar. Graded S/U. Occasional.                         Writing for the Technical Professional: PR:                         technical communication genres. Occasional.
                                                                 Grade of C (2.0) or better in ENC 1102, junior standing, or
EMR 4011                 ED-CFCS                       3(3,0)    C.I. Writing effective correspondence, instructions, propos-        ENC 4293                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
Intro to Mental Retardation: Nature and needs of                 als, and informal and formal reports. Fall, Spring.                 Documentation and the Collaborative
mentally handicapped students with emphasis on etiology,                                                                             Process: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC
prevention, identification, and application of effective prac-   ENC 3241H                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)        3211 or ENC 3241. Development of a book-length project
tices and recognition of trends and standards. Occasional.       Honors Writing for the Technical Professional:                      from idea to final published product. Examples may include
                                                                 PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102H or             style manuals, policies and procedures, and training manu-
EMR 4362                  ED-CFCS                    4(4,0)      equivalent credit, and Consent of Honors. Instruction and           als. Fall, Spring.
Teaching Students with Mental Handicaps:                         practice in expository prose used in technical writing, layout
PR: EEX 2010. Relationship between the characteristics           and design of data, and translation of technical documents          ENC 4294               CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
of students with mental handicaps and specialized instruc-       for the lay audience. With Honors content. Occasional.              Documentation               and          Client-Based
tional materials, strategies and curriculum. Occasional.                                                                             Collaboration: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required
                                                                 ENC 3250                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)         in ENC 4293. Practical application of editing theory to large
EMR 4372                 ED-CFCS                    3(3,0)       Professional Writing: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better                ongoing projects from the student’s particular field. Should
Curriculum Method and Materials for                              required in ENC 1102, junior standing, and 12 upper division        be taken concurrently with ENC 4215. Fall, Spring. M&S
Retarded Persons: PR: Senior standing. Development               hours in the student’s major. Major elements of professional        fee: $10.00
of highly specialized techniques, curriculum and materials to    writing with emphasis on composition of reports, proposals,
be used with students with mental retardation. Occasional.       letters, and memos. Fall, Spring.                                   ENC 4312               CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                     Theory & Practice Persuasive Writing: PR:
ENC 1101                 CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)        ENC 3310                 CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)       Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. A study
Composition I: Expository writing with emphasis on               Magazine Writing I: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better                  of the theory and practice of persuasion, including logical
effective communication and critical thinking. Emphasizing       required in ENC 1102. Intensive practice in description nar-        emotional and ethical appeals. Occasional.
the writing process writing topics are based on selected         ration, exposition and argumentation; control of tone, mood,
readings and on student experiences. The “NC” grading            viewpoint, and level of diction. Applicable to article, essay,      ENC 4313                 CAH-ENG                3(3,0)
policy applies to this course. Fall, Spring.                     and short story writing. Fall, Spring.                              Research Writing: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better in
                                                                                                                                     ENC 1102, junior standing, and C.I. Writing correspon-
ENC 1101H                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)      ENC 3311                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         dence, instructions, proposals, and informal and formal
Honors Freshman Composition I: PR: Score of                      Advanced Expository Writing: PR: Grade of C                         reports in various disciplines. Occasional.
60+ on TSWE of SAT or C.I. and permission of Honors.             (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. Practice of expository
Expository writing with emphasis on effective communica-         writing directed to general reader. Fall, Spring.                   ENC 4360                  CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
tion and critical thinking. Emphasizing the writing process                                                                          Nature Writing: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required
writing topics are based on selected readings and on             ENC 3905                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         in CRW 3013 and CRW 3053. English major or minor
student experiences. The “NC” grading policy applies to this     Directed experience in Writing: PR: Grade of C                      and junior standing, or C.I. Students will write essays
course. Honors-level content. Fall, Spring.                      (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102 and C.I. Individualized        that explore different approaches to writing about the
                                                                 topics of study and/or research in writing with personalized        natural world, and will discuss issues raised by such writing.
                                                                 faculty direction. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.          Occasional.




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UCF Courses and Descriptions
ENC 4414                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)      ENG 3073                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         ENL 4253               CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
Writing and Hypertext: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better             Cultural Studies Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0)                  The Victorian Age: Poetry: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
required in ENC 3211 or ENC 3241. Theories of electronic          or better required in ENC 1102. The theoretical and cultural       better required in ENG 3014. Poets of the Victorian period,
literacy and information to develop a more critical sensibility   developments over time that call for broadening the appli-         including Tennyson, the Brownings, Arnold, Hopkins, the
regarding hypertext. Occasional.                                  cations of literary analysis to produce “cultural studies.”.       Rossettis, and Emily Bronte. Occasional.
                                                                  Occasional.
ENC 4415                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)                                                                           ENL 4262                 CAH-ENG                  3(3,0)
Digital Rhetorics and The Modern Dialectic:                       ENG 4114              CAH-ENG                  3(3,0)              Nineteenth Century British Prose: PR: Grade of
PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. This         Literature and Film: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or bet-                  C (2.0) or better required in ENG 3014. Essays and fiction
online course explores the development of digital/online          ter required in ENG 3014. The differences in emphasis,             of the nineteenth century. Occasional.
rhetorics through a close reading and analysis of formative       medium, and technique in selected novels and their film
rhetorical texts, modern American fiction and films. Fall,        adaptations. Occasional.                                           ENL 4273                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
Spring.                                                                                                                              Modern British Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
                                                                  ENG 4614              CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)            better required in ENG 3014. Major writers of modern British
ENC 5216                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)      Discourse of Global Cultural Studies: PR: ENG                      literature. Occasional.
Editing Professional Writing: PR: Graduate status                 3014. American popular culture texts in world context,
or senior standing or C.I. The study of major issues in           using concepts and theories from global cultural studies           ENL 4303                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
editing, including levels of edit, grammar and mechanics,         to analyze transmission, translation, and appropriation.           British Authors: PR: ENG 3014. Study of the works of
visuals, style, and the impact of technology. Fall, Spring.       Occasional.                                                        a single British author. May be used in the degree program
                                                                                                                                     a maximum of 2 times only when course content is different.
ENC 5225                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)         ENG 5009                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         Occasional.
Theory and Practice of Document Usability:                        Methods of Bibliography and Research: PR:
PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Presents           Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Bibliographical,        ENL 4311              CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
theory and practice of how document usability is assessed         library and systematic approaches to research at the gradu-        Chaucer: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENG
and improved. Occasional.                                         ate level in language and literature. Fall.                        3014. The Canterbury Tales, Troilus and Criseyde, and
                                                                                                                                     other works. Occasional.
ENC 5237               CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)          ENL 2012              CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
Writing for the Business Professional: PR:                        English Literature I: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better               ENL 4333              CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. A study of the         required in ENC 1102. Beowulf to 1798. Fall, Spring.               Shakespeare Studies: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better
major document designs for professionals in business,                                                                                required in ENG 3014. Reading, analysis, and discus-
focusing on audience, purpose, style, arrangements, and           ENL 2022              CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)           sion of Shakespeare’s plays. May be repeated for credit.
content. Fall, Spring.                                            English Literature II: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better              Occasional.
                                                                  required in ENC 1102. From 1798 to 1914. Fall, Spring.
ENC 5245                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)                                                                          ENL 4341              CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
Teaching Professional Writing: PR: Graduate                       ENL 3231                  CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)     Milton and His Age: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better
status or senior standing or C.I. Prepares students to deter-     Restoration Literature: PR: Grade of “C” or better                 required in ENG 3014. Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained,
mine writing needs of professional discourse communities,         in ENC 1102. This course surveys the poetry, drama, and            Samson Agonistes, shorter poems and selected prose.
analyze those needs, and design in-house or freelance writ-       prose written during the Restoration era (1660-1700) and           Occasional.
ing programs to address those needs. Occasional.                  the social, historical, and political contexts. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                     ENL 5006                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
ENC 5276               CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)          ENL 3296               CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)          British Literature: Medieval to Modern: PR:
Writing/Consulting: Theory and Practice: PR:                      Gothic Literature: PR: Grade of “C” or better required             Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Survey of British
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. The theory and         in ENC 1102. A study of Gothic literature (prose, poet-            Literature from beginnings to present, with instruction in the
practice of assessing and responding to writing as a col-         ry, drama) in the British Isles and its cultural contexts.         fundamentals of prose, poetry, and drama. Emphasis on
laborator (as opposed to evaluator). Occasional.                  Occasional.                                                        Literature’s social and historical contexts. Occasional.

ENC 5291                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)      ENL 3654              CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)            ENL 5237                  CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
Developing Professional Writing Projects: PR:                     Black British Literature: PR: Grade of “C” or better               Eighteenth Century Studies: PR: Graduate status
Graduate status or C.I. Developing Professional Writing is a      required in ENC 1102. Study of literature written inside           or senior standing or C.I. Reading, analysis, and discussion
course in which students learn the basics of planning writing     the UK by authors of African, South Asian, and Caribbean           of literature in English:1660-1880. Occasional.
projects, including scheduling, budgeting, collaborative writ-    lineage. Occasional.
ing, production, and problem solving. Occasional.                                                                                    ENL 5250                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
                                                                  ENL 3951               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)         The Victorian Age: Poetry: PR: Graduate status or
ENC 5337                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)       Orlando Shakespeare Festival: PR: ENC 1102.                        senior standing or C.I. Poets of the Victorian period, includ-
Modern Rhetorical Theory: PR: Graduate status                     Involvement in theory and practice of Shakespeare’s art by         ing Tennyson, the Brownings, Arnold, Hopkins, Hardy, the
or senior standing or C.I. With special attention to the          performance-oriented study and participation in the Orlando        Rossettis, Emily Bronte, and others. Occasional.
rhetor-audience relationship, the course studies history and      Shakespeare Festival’s pre-season activities and produc-
practice of modern rhetorical theory. Spring.                     tions. Occasional.                                                 ENL 5256                 CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                     Victorian Literature: PR: Graduate status or senior
ENC 5705                 CAH-ENG                     3(2,1)       ENL 3951H                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)         standing or C.I. A study of the major prose works and
Theory and Practice in Composition: PR:                           Orlando Shakespeare Festival Honors: PR:                           selected poetry of British Victorian writers. Occasional.
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Intensive study        ENC 1102 and permission of Honors. Honors theory and
of theories of composition, with practical experience in the      practice of Shakespeare’s art by performance-oriented study        ENL 5335                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
writing laboratory and in composition classes. Spring.            and participation in the Orlando Shakespeare Festival’s pre-       Studies in Shakespeare: PR: Graduate status or
                                                                  season activities and productions. Occasional.                     senior standing or C.I. A selection of representative plays,
ENC 5745                CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)                                                                        with emphasis on Shakespeare’s development as an artist:
Teaching Practicum: PR: ENC 5705, graduate status                 ENL 4101              CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)           aesthetics of dramatic literature. Occasional.
or senior standing, or C.I. To supplement and deepen theo-        English Novel: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in
retical and practical experiences during their first teaching     ENG 3014. Analysis of major English novelists. Occasional.         ENL 5347                CAH-ENG                3(3,0)
semester, GTA’s will participate in staff development and                                                                            The Age of Milton: PR: Graduate status or senior
individual conferences with their mentors. Occasional.            ENL 4220                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)         standing or C.I. Emphasis on the non-dramatic works of
                                                                  English Renaissance Poetry and Prose: PR:                          John Milton. Selections from the non-dramatic works of
ENC 5930                  CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)     Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENG 3014. The course        other 17th-century figures. Occasional.
Current Topics in Professional Writing: PR:                       will examine selected poetry and prose of Wyatt, Surrey,
Graduate status or C.I. Students will learn how to produce        Sidney, Spenser, Marlowe, Raleigh, Daniel, Shakespeare,            ENV 3001                 ECS-CECE                3(3,0)
texts for specialized fields of discourse, including the medi-    Chapman, Lyly & others. Occasional.                                Introduction to Environmental Engineering:
cal and legal profession, as well as for general publication.                                                                        PR: CHM 2046 and MAC 2312. Introduction to concepts
Occasional.                                                       ENL 4230                 CAH-ENG                 3(3,0)            and terminology of environmental engineering. Stresses
                                                                  18th Century Studies: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better               material and energy balances. Covers air, water and land
ENG 3010               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)        required in ENG 3014. Reading, analysis, and discussion            pollution. Fall, Spring.
Practical Criticism: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better               of literature in English: 1660-1880. May be repeated for
required in ENC 1102. Student evaluation of selected fiction,     credit. Occasional.                                                ENV 4008C               ECS-CECE                      3(2,2)
poetry, and drama through practical exercises in literary                                                                            Environmental Engineering Capstone Design:
criticism. Occasional.                                            ENL 4240               CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)           PR: one of - ENV 4562C, ENV 4300C, ENV 4122C, or CWR
                                                                  English Romantic Writers: PR: Grade of C (2.0)                     4812C. An interdisciplinary capstone design experience
ENG 3014               CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)       or better required in ENG 3014. Study of English poets             requiring problem definition, data collection, analysis of
Theories and Techniques of Literature Study:                      and essayists of the romantic period, such as Wordsworth,          alternatives, economic evaluation of alternatives, and oral
PR: Junior standing, or C.I., and C (2.0) or better required      Coleridge, Hazlitt, Lamb, Byron, Shelley and Keats.                and written presentation of final design. Occasional.
in ENC 1102. Techniques of analysis, theories of interpre-        Occasional.
tation, and application of critical approaches to selected
works. Fall, Spring.


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                                                                                                                                    Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                    UCF Courses and Descriptions
ENV 4112C               ECS-CECE                    3(2,2)       ENV 5410                 ECS-CECE                 3(3,0)             ESI 4312                 ECS-IEMS                3(3,0)
Air Pollution Measurements Lab: Measurement                      Drinking Water Treatment: PR: ENV 4561. Drinking                     Operations Research: PR: STA 3032. Introduction
of gaseous flow, isokinetic sampling, and pollutant quanti-      water treatment using existing and newly developed pro-              to linear, non-linear, and dynamic programming. Decision
fication. Emphasis is placed on EPA methods. Occasional.         cesses. Fe, Mn, As, NO3, DBP3, SOCs and other contami-               analysis, random processes, and queuing. Course covers
M&S fee: $30.00                                                  nants using oxidation, membranes, ion exchange, precipita-           theory through application and implementation of results.
                                                                 tion, sorption, and other processes. Occasional.                     Fall.
ENV 4120                  ECS-CECE              3(3,0)
Air Pollution Control: PR: EGN 3343, CWR 3201,                   ENV 5505                ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)           ESI 4321                 ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)
and ENV 3001 with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better. Air            Sludge        Management            Operations            in         Quantitative Techniques in Industrial
resources management, engineering design, and operation          Environmental Engineering: PR: ENV 4561.                             Engineering: PR: ESI 4312. Extension of ESI 4312, with
of air pollution control systems. Fall.                          Theory and design of sludge management operations and                primary emphasis on Operations Research and statistical
                                                                 processes in environmental engineering, including stabiliza-         applications to industrial engineering problems. Even Fall.
ENV 4122C              ECS-CECE                      3(2,2)      tion dewatering and ultimate disposal. Occasional.
Air Pollution Control Design: PR: ENV 4120.                                                                                           ESI 4523C                ECS-IEMS                    3(2,3)
Project course on design of air pollution control equipment      ENV 5517               ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)            Systems Simulation: PR: STA 3032 or C.I. Methods
and systems. Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                             Engineering Chemical and Biological                                  and procedures for simulating large-scale systems with
                                                                 Processes: CR: ENV 4561(or equivalent) or C.I.                       digital computers. High level simulation languages are used.
ENV 4300C              ECS-CECE                     3(2,2)       Coverage of equilibrium/aquatic chemistry, softening and             Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
Solid Waste Facility Design: PR: ENV 4341.                       coagulation, and disinfection of water. Microbiology and
Project course on design of a municipal solid waste landfill.    biochemistry as applied to activated sludge system design.           ESI 4628C              ECS-IEMS                   3(2,3)
Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                      Fall.                                                                Industrial Engineering Applications of
                                                                                                                                      Computers: PR: EGN 3211 or high level programming
ENV 4341                ECS-CECE                   4(4,0)        ENV 5636                  ECS-CECE                  3(3,0)           language. Survey of microcomputer methods in industrial
Solid & Hazardous Waste Management: PR:                          Environmental and Water Resources                                    engineering practice. Topics include: spreadsheets, data-
Grade of “C” (2.0) or better in ENV 3001. Engineering            Systems Analysis: PR: ENV 3001 or C.I. Discussion                    bases, expert systems, and project management. Lab
design, planning, and analysis problems associated with          of environmental and water resources systems with the                exercises. Fall. M&S fee: $20.00
storage, collection, processing, and disposal of solid and       emphasis on cost-effectiveness, pollution prevention, and
hazardous wastes. Fall.                                          sustainability to aid in environmental engineering decision-         ESI 5219                 ECS-IEMS                       3(3,0)
                                                                 making. Occasional.                                                  Engineering Statistics: PR: C.I. Discrete and contin-
ENV 4432                ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)                                                                           uous probability distributions, hypothesis testing, regression,
Potable Water Treatment: PR: ENV 3001 and                        ENY 4004C              COS-BIOL                       4(2,6)         nonparametric stats and ANOVA. Fall, Spring.
CWR 3201. Detailed investigation of principles of design         General Entomology: PR: BSC 2010C and BSC
and operation of potable water treatment facilities. May be      2011C, or C.I. Biology of insects: identification, taxonomy,         ESI 5227                ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)
repeated for credit. Occasional.                                 physiology, behavior, and ecology. Occasional. M&S fee:              Total Quality Improvement: PR: STA 3032 or
                                                                 $15.00                                                               equivalent. Quality improvement (QI) tools and techniques,
ENV 4531                ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)                                                                          advanced QI techniques, quality improvement systems,
Wastewater Treatment Processes: PR: ENV                          ENY 5006C               COS-BIOL                      4(2,6)         total quality management concepts and implementation,
3001 and CWR 3201. Detailed investigation of principles of       Entomology: PR: Admission to the M.S. in Biology,                    planning and management tools, and case studies. Odd
design and operation of wastewater treatment facilities. May     Ph.D. in Conservation Biology, or Certificate in Conservation        Fall.
be repeated for credit. Occasional.                              Biology, or C.I. Morphology, physiology, ontogeny, behavior,
                                                                 ecology and population biology of insects. Occasional. M&S           ESI 5236                  ECS-IEMS                        3(3,0)
ENV 4561               ECS-CECE                      4(4,0)      fee: $40.00                                                          Reliability Engineering: PR: ESI 4234 or equivalent,
Environmental Engineering - Process Design:                                                                                           or C.I. Reliability theory and modeling approaches. Topics
PR: ENV 3001 and CWR 3201. Water treatment and waste-            EPH 5395                ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)          include: failure data analysis, maintainability, reliability stan-
water treatment design considerations with effluent and          Physical and Sociological Implications of                            dards (DOD), software reliability, reliability in design, and
sludge handling, treatment, and disposal. Fall, Spring.          Handicapping Conditions: Overview of physical                        electronic systems reliability. Fall.
                                                                 and sociological factors which may contribute to delayed
ENV 4562C            ECS-CECE                   3(2,2)           learning or physical impairments in the exceptional popu-            ESI 5306                  ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)
Environmental Engineering Systems Design:                        lations. Physical interventions and first-aid practices are          Operations Research: PR: STA 3032. Methods of
PR: ENV 4561, EES 4202C. Project course on design of             examined. Occasional.                                                operations research, including formulation for models and
water and wastewater treatment plants. Spring. M&S fee:                                                                               derivation of solutions; linear programming, network models
$15.00                                                           ESE 3940                 ED-TLP            3-16(0,3-16)              queuing theory, simulation, and nonlinear optimization
                                                                 Internship I - Secondary: PR: EDG 4323 and                           techniques. Fall.
ENV 4563                ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)        C.I. Student teaching in a secondary school under the
Environmental Control Systems: PR: EGN 3343,                     supervision of a certified classroom teacher. Graded S/U.            ESI 5359                ECS-IEMS                      3(3,0)
EGN 3373 and CWR 3201 CR: ENV 4561. Analysis and                 Occasional.                                                          Risk Assessment and Management: PR: ESI
design of process control systems in environmental engi-                                                                              5219 or STA 3032. Problems and complexities involved in
neering applications including process dynamics, instru-         ESE 4942                 ED-TLP                        1(1,0)        risk assessment and management. Selected methodologies
mentation, and control system configuration. Occasional.         Internship II Seminar: PR: Internship I in the spe-                  are illustrated through realistic applications in engineering
                                                                 cific discipline; CR: Internship II in the specific discipline.      and the sciences. Occasional.
ENV 5071                 ECS-CECE                    3(3,0)      Culminating seminar emphasizing current classroom man-
Environmental Analysis of Transportation                         agement and assessment issues, as they relate to teaching            ESI 5419C                ECS-IEMS                      3(2,2)
Systems: PR: CWR 3201; ENV 3001. Prediction and                  in the secondary grades. Fall, Spring.                               Engineering Applications of Linear and
abatement of pollution from transportation sources. Analysis                                                                          Nonlinear Optimization: PR: ESI 4312 or ESI 5306.
techniques and environment laws. Occasional.                     ESE 4943                 ED-TLP                7-12(0,35)            Course covers linear and nonlinear optimization applications
                                                                 Internship II - Secondary: PR: ESE 3940 or EDE                       in production planning, staffing, engineering design, distribu-
ENV 5116C              ECS-CECE                       3(2,3)     3942. Student teaching in a secondary school under the               tion networks, and other engineering areas. Focuses on
Air Pollution Monitoring: PR: C.I. Air Pollution sam-            direction of a certified classroom teacher. Scheduled con-           practicing or analyses. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $45.00
pling techniques, equipment, and monitor sitting. Emphasis       current seminars. Graded S/U or Letter grade. Occasional.
on theory and direct applications in air pollution monitoring.                                                                        ESI 5531               ECS-IEMS                    3(3,0)
Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                      ESE 5214                 ED-TLP                        3(3,0)        Discrete Systems Simulation: PR: STA 3032.
                                                                 Secondary School Curriculum Improvement                              Methods for performing discrete systems simulation, includ-
ENV 5334                ECS-CECE                     3(3,0)      I: PR: Regular Certificate or C.I. Secondary School self             ing network modeling, will be treated. Spring.
Characterization of Hazardous Waste Sites:                       studies for curriculum projects, accreditation reports, or staff
PR: CWR 4101C and ENV 4341 or C.I. Practical and                 development. Occasional.                                             EST 3211                 ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)
comprehensive methods of hazardous waste site charac-                                                                                 Wave Photonics: PR: EST 3222, and EET majors.
terization to determine site properties, contamination type,     ESI 4221                ECS-IEMS                  3(3,0)             Wave properties of light, interaction with different media,
magnitude and risk, and remedial actions. Occasional.            Empirical Methods for Industrial Engineering:                        and photonics technologies and systems based on wave
                                                                 PR: STA 3032. Application of empirical methods for indus-            nature of light. Spring.
ENV 5335                ECS-CECE                      3(3,0)     trial engineering problem solving. Spring.
Hazardous Waste Management: PR: ENV 3001 or                                                                                           EST 3213                  ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)
C.I. Engineering planning and analysis associated with the       ESI 4234                  ECS-IEMS                   3(3,0)          Photonics Simulation: PR: EST 3222. The behavior
handling, storage, treatment, transportation, and disposal of    Quality Engineering: PR: STA 3032. Basic concepts                    of light in standard optical systems consisting of both refrac-
hazardous wastes. Occasional.                                    and techniques of quality control; applications of statistics        tive and reflective light. Begin with general optic principles
                                                                 in industrial research; design of quality assurance systems;         and end with system design. Not open to Physics majors
ENV 5356                ECS-CECE                   4(4,0)        reliability engineering. Fall.                                       or minors. Fall.
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management:
PR: Grade of “C” (2.0) or better in ENV 3001. Engineering
design, planning, and analysis problems associated with
storage, collection, processing, and disposal of solid and
hazardous wastes. Fall.


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EST 3222               ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)          ETG 3533C              ECS-ENT                    4(3,2)           ETI 4381                ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)
Photonics Technology: PR: PHY 2053C, PHY                          Applied Engineering Strength of Materials:                         Ground System Design: PR: PHY 2053C.
2054C, MAP 3401, MAC 2312. and MAC 2253 or MAC                    PR: MAC 1105, MAC 1114, ETG 3541, PHY 2053C,                       Fundamentals of ground system design and operation, its
2311. Course will introduce engineering technology stu-           junior standing; CR: MAC 2253 or MAC 2311. Relationship            architecture and technology. Cost and performance trad-
dents to the field of photonics. Light properties, optics,        between external forces and action of members of a struc-          eoffs in the spacecraft-to-ground communications link and
lasers, systems. Fall.                                            ture. Topics include stress, shear, moment, deflections,           ground system design. Occasional.
                                                                  columns, connections, and Mohr’s circle. May be repeated
EST 3543C                 ECS-ENT                  3(2,2)         for credit. Spring.                                                ETI 4382C              ECS-ENT                      3(1,4)
Programmable Logic Applications and                                                                                                  Launch Processing Technology: PR: or CR: ETI
Device Integration: PR: MAC 1105, EET 3085C,                      ETG 3541                ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)         4150 or CI. Processes and methods in the preparation,
or equivalent. Builds on knowledge of logic fundamentals          Applied Mechanics: PR: MAC 1105 and MAC 1114                       integration, and launch of a space payload and launch
programming technologies, integrated circuits, and number         and PHY 2053C or equivalent. Coplanar, parallel, concur-           vehicle. Includes hands-on launch processing activities in a
systems to operate and test systems using programmable            rent, and non-current force systems. Centroids, CG’s,              laboratory environment. Occasional.
logic protocol. Fall, Spring.                                     moments of inertia. Principles of dynamics, rectilinear
                                                                  motion and rotation, work, energy, power, impulse, momen-          ETI 4448                 ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)
EST 4225              ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)         tum, and impact. Fall, Spring.                                     Applied Project Management: PR: Junior
Manufacturing of Photonics: PR: EST 3222.                                                                                            Standing. Statement of work, activity decisions, timelines,
Manufacturing processes and practices of photonic devices         ETG 4950C                 ECS-ENT                    3(1,4)        scheduling, and resource allocation methods. Techniques
and systems. Tolerance studies, manufacturing lines, tests,       Senior Design Project: PR: Senior Standing,                        will be appropriate for large and small projects within com-
measurements, and other topics related to low and high            Engineering Technology major and must be within 18                 mercial, academic, or non-profit organizations. Spring.
volume photonics manufacturing. Fall.                             hour of graduation. Supervised individual or group projects
                                                                  involving project definition, planning, development, testing,      ETI 4480C              ECS-ENT                     3(2,2)
EST 4227               ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)       and evaluation. Fall, Spring.                                      Applied Robotics: PR: EST 3543C. Robotics pro-
Photonic Sensors and Devices: PR: EST 3213,                                                                                          gramming for multifunction part manipulation and motions
EST 3211. How light is converted to electrons to incorporate      ETG 5918                 ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)       with stepper and servo-motor robot applications in labora-
an electronic system. Standard means of detecting light           Applied Research Methods: PR: Graduate stand-                      tory work. Occasional.
such as photodiodes and charge-coupled devices will be            ing or C.I. Broad overview of applied research methods from
covered. Spring.                                                  the literature review process to the investigation, modeling,      ETI 4635                ECS-ENT                        3(3,0)
                                                                  experimental design, analysis of results, and technical            Technical Administration: PR: Junior Standing.
EST 4236                  ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)    reports. Fall.                                                     Techniques of applying management principles to pro-
Laser Systems Technology: PR: EST 3222. The                                                                                          fessional positions held by Engineering Technologists.
theory of light amplification using gas, solid-state, and semi-   ETI 3116                ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)          Management functions of planning, organizing, motivating,
conductor lasers. Fall.                                           Applied Engineering Quality Assurance: PR:                         and controlling, production, sales, and service. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  STA 2014C or STA 2023. Fundamentals of industrial quality
EST 4256               ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)         control. Technical specifications, measurements standards,         ETI 4640              ECS-ENT                  3(3,0)
Photonics Communication: PR: EST 4227, EST                        inspection, and gauging. Process control techniques. Fall.         Operations Management for Technologists:
4236. The use of light as media for transmission of infor-                                                                           PR: ETI 4635. Scheduling techniques (PERT), (CPM), are
mation. Modulation techniques, light transmission through         ETI 3418C              ECS-ENT                      3(2,2)         presented. Time Study Methods, Work Sampling and MTM
different mediums, and detection and demodulation. Spring.        Computer Numerical Controls - Machining                            are covered. Fall.
                                                                  Applications: PR: ETD 2350C. Theory of methods
EST 4502C             ECS-ENT                     4(3,2)          and concepts for machining, computer numerical controls/           ETI 4661C            ECS-ENT                     3(2,2)
Metrology and Instrumentation: PR: ETG 3541,                      programs, types of operations, cutting tools, machine tools,       Applied Facilities Planning and Design: PR:
EET 3085C, or equivalent. An introduction to the basic            and electrical discharge machines. May be repeated for             ETI 3421, engineering drawing and senior standing. The
concepts and terminology of metrology and instrumentation.        credit. Occasional.                                                design of manufacturing facilities and material handling
Theory, procedures and techniques essential to industrial                                                                            systems. Occasional.
measurement and laboratory practice are covered. Spring.          ETI 3421                 ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)
                                                                  Materials and Processes: PR: MAC 1105 and MAC                      ETI 4700               ECS-ENT                         3(3,0)
ETC 4206              ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)         1114 or equivalent; Chemistry. A study of fundamental prop-        Occupational Safety: PR: Junior standing. Accident
Construction Estimating: PR: MAC 1114, & EGN                      erties of materials. Current industrial practices in founding,     prevention and the operation of an industrial safety program.
1111C or equivalent & ETC 4241C. Techniques of making             forming, joining and shaping processes. Fall.                      Basic requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health
estimates and computations of materials, labor, equipment,                                                                           Act standards. Occasional.
overhead costs and profits. Software packages are utilized.       ETI 3651C             ECS-ENT                       3(2,2)
Spring.                                                           Computer Applications: PR: MAC 1105, and Junior                    ETI 4835                ECS-ENT                        3(3,0)
                                                                  standing. Standard engineering software packages found             Rocket Propulsion Technology: PR: PHY 2053C,
ETC 4241C               ECS-ENT                       3(2,2)      in most companies, institutions, and organizations to solve        Calculus I, II, CAD. Principles of rocketry; solid, liquid and
Construction Materials and Methods: CR: ETG                       engineering problems. Fall, Spring.                                hybrid rocket stages; specific impulse computations; fuel
3541. Construction principles, details, materials and meth-                                                                          and thrust computations; nose cone, and nozzle designs;
ods used as related to the construction of buildings. Fall.       ETI 3671                ECS-ENT                      3(3,0)        ignition mechanisms. Fall.
                                                                  Technical Economic Analysis: PR: MAC 1105 or
ETC 4242                  ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)      equivalent. Analysis of cost elements in technical opera-          ETI 4836              ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)
Construction Contracts and Specifications:                        tions. Basis for comparison of alternatives. Spring.               Space Systems Technology: PR: PHY 2053C.
The role of construction contracts, architectural specifica-                                                                         Applied space technology, design of space systems, space
tions, product specifications, industry standards and building    ETI 3690               ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)        environment, flight dynamics, atmospheric drag, power
codes in the process of building construction. Spring.            Technical Sales: PR: Junior standing or C.I. Application           supply, communications technology. May be repeated for
                                                                  of technical knowledge to sales and service. Relationship of       credit. Fall.
ETC 4243               ECS-ENT                       4(4,0)       technical sales organization to production, customers, and
Building Systems: PR: PHY 2053C, EET 3085C, or                    competitors. Even Spring.                                          ETI 4838                ECS-ENT                       3(3,0)
equivalent. Mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment                                                                          Flight Dynamics Technology: PR: PHY 2053C,
and systems used in commercial/multi-story buildings.             ETI 4150              ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)            Calculus I, II, CAD. Orbital trajectory design; analysis of
Fundamentals of air conditioning, lighting, and control sys-      Spacecraft Quality Assurance And Testing:                          vehicle sustained g-forces; vehicle vibration analysis; orbital
tems are covered. Even Spring.                                    PR: PHY 2053C. Quality assurance, reliability, and test-           maneuvering; atmospheric re entry; launch windows; rocket
                                                                  ing of space hardware and software, with the examina-              apogee and down range computations; wind corrections
ETC 4414C              ECS-ENT                  3(2,2)            tion of designing, manufacturing, testing, and operation.          and launch angles. Spring.
Applied Structural Design I: PR: ETG 3533C.                       Occasional.
Introduction to indeterminate analysis. Design of steel                                                                              ETM 4220              ECS-ENT                      4(4,0)
members, components and connections. Current code and             ETI 4186                 ECS-ENT                    3(3,0)         Applied Energy Systems: PR: MAC 2253 or MAC
specification requirements. Even Fall.                            Applied Reliability: PR: ETI 3116. Practical applica-              2311; Chemistry, College Physics. Introduction to energy,
                                                                  tion of reliability concepts and analysis applicable to the        work, and thermal systems and processes. Applications of
ETC 4415C               ECS-ENT                  3(2,2)           design, production and logistics phases of systems and             heat energy with emphasis on solar energy. Spring.
Applied Structural Design II: PR: ETG 3533C.                      system components. Odd Spring.
Strength design of reinforced concrete members, founda-                                                                              ETM 4231C               ECS-ENT                  4(3,2)
tions, slabs, and walls. Current code and specification           ETI 4205                  ECS-ENT                     3(3,0)       Applied Heat Transfer: PR: ETG 3541 or equivalent,
requirements. Odd Fall.                                           Applied Logistics: PR: ETI 3116 or C.I. Introduction               MAC 2253 or MAC 2311. An introduction to the basic
                                                                  to logistics. Emphasis on practical applications. Includes         concepts and applications of conduction, convection and
ETD 2350C              ECS-ENT                      3(2,2)        systems engineering, cost/systems effectiveness, reliability,      radiation heat transfer. Basic energy balances and their
Applied CADD: PR: Junior Standing. This course in                 maintainability, system functional analysis, logistic support      applications are emphasized. Study state and transient
computer-aided drafting/design provides the student with          analysis, life cycle cost analysis. Fall.                          phenomena are evaluated, including numerical solutions.
the opportunity to approach detailed and intricate drafting/                                                                         Occasional.
design problems from a computer perspective. Fall.




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ETM 4331C                  ECS-ENT                     4(3,2)    EUH 3411               CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)            EUH 4571               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)
Applied Fluid Mechanics: PR: MAC 2253 or MAC                     Ancient Rome: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001 or C.I.                    History of Russia to 1801: PR: EUH 2000 and
2311; PHY 2053C or equivalent. An introduction to the basic      Romans and their contributions to Western Civilization.            2001 or C.I. Kievan State; Mongol Yoke; Development
concepts of hydrostatics and hydrodynamics covering fluid        Covers traditions of Roman Republic, Carthaginian Wars,            of Musocovite Expansionism and Absolutism; Time of
statics, flow of ideal fluids, continuity of mass, impulse and   Imperial Period. Occasional.                                       Troubles; Westernization of Russia under Peter I and
momentum principles, conservation of energy, flow of fluid                                                                          Catherine; Role of Orthodox Church. Occasional.
in pipes, etc. Occasional.                                       EUH 3431                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)
                                                                 History of Modern Italy: PR: EUH 2001. The his-                    EUH 4574                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
ETM 4403C              ECS-ENT                    3(2,2)         tory of modern Italy from the origins of national unification      History of Russia: 1801-1917: PR: EUH 2000 and
Applied Kinematics: PR: ETG 3541 and Engineering                 through the post-World War II era. Occasional.                     2001 or C.I. Alexander I; Napoleonic Invasion, Revolutionary
Drawing. Analysis and design of machine elements and                                                                                Movement; Russian Policy toward Central Asia and China;
mechanisms involving velocities and accelerations of com-        EUH 3431H                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)       Great Reforms; Russo-Japanese War; Revolution of 1905;
ponents, linkages, gears, and cams. Occasional.                  Honors History of Modern Italy: PR: EUH 2001                       Constitutional Period; Triple Entente. Occasional.
                                                                 and consent of Honors. The history of modern Italy from the
ETM 4512C               ECS-ENT                  3(2,2)          origins of national unification through the post-World War II      EUH 4576              CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
Applied Design of Machine Elements: PR: ETG                      era, with honors content. Occasional.                              History of Russia in the 20th Century: PR: EUH
3541, ETG 3533C, and Engineering Drawing. Design of                                                                                 2000 and 2001 or C.I. War and Revolution, Lenin, Stalinist
basic machine elements, including cams, gears, bearings,         EUH 3441               CAH-HIST                3(3,0)              Period, WWII, The Cold War. Collapse of Soviet Union, the
and coupling, taking into account loads, stresses, and           Early Modern France: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH                          New Russia. Occasional.
strength of materials. Occasional.                               2001. France beginning with Wars of Religion. Topics
                                                                 include Absolutism and Louis XIV, nation building, the             EUH 4582              CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
ETM 4755             ECS-ENT                     4(4,0)          Enlightenment, imperial expansion, and the French                  20th Century Russian Diplomatic History:
Applied Thermodynamics & HVAC: PR: ETG                           Revolution. Occasional.                                            PR: C.I. Russian diplomatic history from the signing of
3541 or equivalent. Work, heat, and energy transforma-                                                                              the Entente Cordiale to the aftermath of the Cold War.
tions. Thermodynamics properties and laws. Body comfort,         EUH 3451               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)        Occasional.
psychometrics, and HVAC specification. Occasional.               History of Modern France: PR: EUH 2001, EUH
                                                                 3242 or C.I. France beginning with the Napoleonic era.             EUH 4610                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
EUH 2000               CAH-HIST                3(3,0)            Topics include nineteenth century social, political and con-       Women in European Society: From Medieval
Western Civilization I: A survey of western civilization         sumer revolutions, the World Wars, the Cold War, imperial-         to Modern: PR: Junior standing or C.I. This course
from ancient to 1648. Fall, Spring.                              ism and decolonization. Occasional.                                examines the changing situation of women in Europe from
                                                                                                                                    the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. Occasional.
EUH 2000H              CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)        EUH 3531                   CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
Honors Western Civilization I: PR: Permission                    Medieval Ireland: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001 or                     EUH 4610H              CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)
of Honors. A survey of western civilization from ancient to      C.I. Ireland’s historical and cultural development from 1129       Honors Women in European Society: PR: GEP
1648. Honors-level content. Fall, Spring.                        to 1607. Occasional.                                               Honors completion or permission of Honors. Interdisciplinary
                                                                                                                                    approach to the changing situation of women in Europe
EUH 2001               CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)          EUH 3536                 CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)          across space and over time with honors-level content.
Western Civilization II: A survey of western civiliza-           Early Modern Ireland: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001                    Occasional.
tion from 1648 to present. May be taken before EUH 2000.         or C.I. Ireland’s historical and cultural development from
Fall, Spring.                                                    1607 to 1800. Occasional.                                          EUH 4620                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                    European Great Powers: 1815-1914: PR: EUH
EUH 2001H             CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)       EUH 3538               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)        2000 and 2001 or C.I. Congress of Vienna, Metternich’s
Honors Western Civilization II: PR: Permission of                Modern Ireland: PR: EUH 2001. Cultural, political and              system Crimean War, unifications of Italy& Germany, the
Honors. A survey of western civilization from 1648 to pres-      social developments in Ireland after 1800. Odd Fall.               Bismarckian era, the alliance systems, and the outbreak of
ent. May be taken before EUH 2000. Honors-level content.                                                                            World War I. Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                    EUH 3651                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
                                                                 War and Society: Evolution of weapons, tactics,                    EUH 4663               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
EUH 3122                CAH-HIST         3(3,0)                  strategy; role, social status, recruitment of soldiers; influ-     History of Communism in Europe: PR: EUH
Medieval Society and Civilization: PR: EUH 2000                  ence of military on governments; and international efforts to      2000 and EUH 2001. History of communist movements
and 2001 or C.I. Fall, Spring.                                   preserve peace. Occasional.                                        and regimes in Europe from mid-19th century to the fall of
                                                                                                                                    the Berlin Wall. The course focuses on the history of com-
EUH 3124               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)       EUH 4283               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)         munism outside of Russia and opposition to the communist
The Crusades: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001, or C.I.                 Cold War Homefronts: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH                          regimes. Occasional.
The phenomenon of crusading in medieval Europe and               2001, or C.I. The Cold War from the homefront perspective
the Middle East, including theories of “just war” and jihad.     addressing both sides of the Iron Curtain. Occasional.             EUH 4674                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
Even Spring.                                                                                                                        Sport and Society in the Ancient World:
                                                                 EUH 4284               CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)         PR: EUH 2000, EUH 2001 or WOH 2012, WOH 2022.
EUH 3142                 CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)       Fascism and Nazism in the Interwar Europe:                         A comparison of the original form of the Olympic Games
Renaissance and Reformation: PR: EUH 2000                        PR: EUH 2000 and 2001. Fascist and Nazi movements in               (and ancient notions of sport) to their modern counterparts.
and 2001 or C.I. Influence of Renaissance humanism on            interwar Europe, mostly Italy and Germany. Origin, develop-        Occasional.
arts, letters, and politics; Luther and Protestantism; the       ment, seizure of power, system of government, ideology,
Catholic Counter-Reformation and the Thirty Years’ War.          domestic and foreign policies, resistance to these move-           EUH 4674H                CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                      ments. Occasional.                                                 Honors Sports & Society in the Ancient
                                                                                                                                    World: PR: GEP Honors completion or permission of
EUH 3235                CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)         EUH 4400              CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)           Honors. Interdisciplinary approach to comparing the Original
Romanticism and Realism: PR: EUH 2000 and                        The History of Ancient Greece: PR: EUH 2000,                       Olympic games and other ancient athletic spectacles with
2001 or C.I. Napoleon and nationalism; new ideas; conser-        EUH 2001 or WOH 2012, WOH 2022. Systems of gov-                    their modern counterparts with honors-level content.
vation; liberalism, romanticism, republicanism and social-       ernment in the various city-states of the ancient Greek            Occasional.
ism; urbanization, technology and mass culture, religious        world from the Bronze Age through the Hellenistic era (C.
decline; Realpolitik, racism, imperialism, and militarism.       1200BCE-30BCE). Occasional.                                        EUH 5247              CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                                                                                         Colloquium in Europe from 1919-1939: PR:
                                                                 EUH 4465               CAH-HIST                 3(3,0)             Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Reading and
EUH 3242                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)      Hitler’s Third Reich: PR: EUH 2000 and 2001 or                     class discussion of the literature on selected topics in
Modern Europe and the First World War: A                         C.I. German nationalism and militarism; World War I and            European history between 1919 and 1939. Occasional.
survey of the impact of the democratic institutions, educa-      Versailles Treaty; the Weimar Republic and the rise of
tion, transportation, housing, health, mass communications,      the Nazis; Second World War, division and recovery.                EUH 5285               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
entertainment, women, and warfare. Occasional.                   Occasional.                                                        Colloquium in Europe Since World War lI:
                                                                                                                                    PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Reading
EUH 3281                 CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)    EUH 4500            CAH-HIST            3(3,0)                     and class discussion of the literature on selected topics in
Second World War and Rebirth of Europe: PR:                      English History to 1485: PR: EUH 2000 and 2001                     European history since WW II. Occasional.
EUH 2000 and 2001 or C.I. Origins of World War II; Hitler’s      or C.I. Occasional.
“New Order,” and resistance movements; Cold War; de-                                                                                EUH 5371                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
Stalinization of Russia; Sovietization of East Central Europe;   EUH 4501               CAH-HIST       3(3,0)                       Colloquium in Spanish History: PR: Graduate
Western reconstruction, and prosperity. Occasional.              English History: 1485-1815: PR: EUH 2000 and                       status or senior standing or C.I. Reading and class discus-
                                                                 2001 or C.I. Occasional.                                           sion of the literature on selected topics in Spanish history.
EUH 3315                CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)                                                                          Occasional.
History of Modern Spain: PR: Modern European                     EUH 4502               CAH-HIST          3(3,0)
History (18th-20th century). The evolution of Modern Spain       British History: 1815-Present: PR: EUH 2000 and
through its key institutions, cultural as well as social         2001 or C.I. Occasional.
movements, and impact of political and intellectual trends,
1700-Present. Occasional.


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EUH 5415                 CAH-HIST                         3(3,0)      EVT 4169               ED-TLP                       3(3,0)         EXP 5256                COS-PSYCH                      3(3,0)
Rome and Early Christianity: PR: Graduate stand-                      Curriculum Development Techniques for                              Human Factors I: PR: Graduate status or senior stand-
ing or C.I. Current trends in historical literature in Christianity   Industry Training: The practical application of fun-               ing or C.I. Survey of human factors literature. Introduction to
from its development as a distinct religion to its relations          damental knowledge, important skills, alternative analysis         topics including human capabilities and human interfaces
with and eventual “triumph” within the Roman Empire.                  methods, and the critical elements of the trainers analysis        with human-machine systems. Fall.
Occasional.                                                           tasks. Spring.
                                                                                                                                         EXP 5445                 COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)
EUH 5459               CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)               EVT 4368                  ED-TLP                      3(3,0)       Psychology of Learning and Motivation: PR:
Colloquium in French History: PR: Graduate                            Advanced Teaching Techniques for                                   DEP 5057, and graduate status or senior standing or
standing or C.I. Readings in selected topics in French                Vocational Education: PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. Study,                  C.I. Examination of theories and research concerning the
History. May be used in the degree program a maximum of               practice, and achievement of techniques including coopera-         acquisition and retention of behavior, as well as motivational
3 times. Occasional.                                                  tive learning, simulation, instructional modeling and evalua-      factors which influence learning and behavior. Occasional.
                                                                      tion of instructional effectiveness. Fall.
EUH 5546                 CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)                                                                             FIL 1000                CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
Colloquium: British History: PR: Graduate status                      EVT 4815                 ED-ERTL                    3(3,0)         Cinema Survey: Introductory course that focuses on
or senior standing or C.I. Selected topics in British history.        Safety in the Technical Education Classroom                        different approaches to studying cinema. Fall, Spring.
There is no standard syllabus because content is different            and Laboratory: PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. Federal regula-
with each offering. May be repeated for credit only when              tions, safety practices, guidance, and support materials           FIL 1000H               CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
course content is different. Occasional.                              for technical trainers and teachers in school and industrial       Honors Cinema Survey: PR: Permission of Honors.
                                                                      settings. Occasional.                                              Introductory course that focuses on different approaches to
EUH 5579              CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)                                                                                   studying cinema. Honors-level content. Fall, Spring.
Colloquium in Soviet Russia: PR: Graduate status                      EVT 5260                ED-TLP                   2-4(2-4,0)
or senior standing or C.I. Reading and class discussion               Cooperative Programs in Vocational                                 FIL 1007                 CAH-FILM                       3(3,0)
of the literature on selected topics in Russian history,              Education: PR: Regular Certificate or C.I. Study of                Foundations of Story: PR: Digital Media or Cinema
1911-present. Occasional.                                             cooperative vocational programs and achievement of com-            Studies major, or Cinema Studies minor. Analysis of dra-
                                                                      petencies needed to establish, manage, and coordinate              matic and cinematic narrative structures, both plot and char-
EUH 5595                 CAH-HIST                        3(3,0)       co-op program activities in all vocational areas. Occasional.      acter, from historical and cultural perspectives. Fall, Spring.
Colloquium in Czarist Russia: PR: Graduate sta-
tus or senior standing or C.I. Selected topics on the literature      EVT 5266                ED-TLP                 2-4(2-4,0)          FIL 1008                CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
of Russia under the Czars prior to 1917. Occasional.                  Management of Vocational Programs: PR:                             Cinematic Expression/Aesthetics: PR: Digital
                                                                      Rank III Certificate or C.I. Study and achievement of              Media or Cinema Studies major. Analysis and practice
EUH 5608                CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)           selected competencies needed by vocational teachers,               of aesthetic principles essential in filmmaking, including
Colloquium European Intellectual History:                             supervisors, and local administrators in the management of         composition, moving graphics, image design, lighting styles.
PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Reading                vocational education programs in the schools. Occasional.          Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $5.00
and class discussion of the literature on selected topics of
European intellectual history. Occasional.                            EVT 5561               ED-TLP                 2-3(2-3,0)           FIL 1009                 CAH-FILM                      3(3,0)
                                                                      Student Guidance in the Vocational Program:                        Cinematic Expression for Majors: PR: Film BFA
EVR 5930                 COS-BIOL                    1(1,0)           PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Achievement of skills        or World Cinema major, and FIL 1100 or FIL 1007. Analysis
Seminar in Conservation Issues: PR: Graduate                          used by teachers as they gather student data, confer with          and practice of aesthetic principles essential in film-making,
status or senior standing or C.I. Contemporary topics stress-         students, and help students plan for employment or further         including composition, moving graphics, image design, and
ing a broad base of conservation issues will be the focus of          education. Occasional.                                             lighting styles. Spring.
this seminar series. May be repeated for credit only when
course content is different. Occasional.                              EXP 3204C             COS-PSYCH                    4(3,2)          FIL 1100                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
                                                                      Perception: PR: PSY 2012, PSY 3213C. Consideration                 Foundations of Story for Majors: PR: Film BFA
EVT 3062              ED-TLP           3(3,0)                         of physical and psychological variables in perceptual phe-         or World Cinema major. Analysis of dramatic and cinematic
Professional Role of the Vocational Teacher:                          nomena. Lecture/Lab. Fall.                                         narrative structures, both plot and character, from a histori-
PR: EVT 3371 or C.I. Occasional.                                                                                                         cal and cultural perspective. Occasional.
                                                                      EXP 3250               COS-PSYCH                  3(3,0)
EVT 3312               ED-TLP                       3(3,0)            Principles of Human Factors Psychology: PR:                        FIL 1424                CAH-FILM                 3(3,0)
Course Construction in Health Occupations                             PSY 2012. The study of human performance in human-                 Film Production Tools: Basic tools of filmmaking,
Education: PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. Planning and prepara-                 machine-environment systems. Topics will include human             including digital video cameras, 16 mm cameras, basic
tion of materials, managing the laboratory and involvement            factors psychology in the design of displays and controls,         lighting equipment, non-linear editing equipment, sound
in appropriate Vocational Student Organizations. Clinical             human information processing, and the effects of some              recording and mixing, laboratory processing, and digital
instruction related to vocational education and industry              environmental variables on human performance. Spring.              post-production. Occasional.
training. Occasional.
                                                                      EXP 3304               COS-PSYCH              3(3,0)               FIL 2030                CAH-FILM                    3(2,2)
EVT 3365               ED-TLP                    3(3,0)               Motivation: PR: PSY 2012. Psychological and physi-                 History of Motion Pictures: The history of motion
General Methods/Testing Evaluation in                                 ological aspects of human motivation. Spring.                      pictures as art and industry; from 1895 to the present. Fall,
Vocational Education: General teaching methods,                                                                                          Spring. M&S fee: $0.00
testing and evaluation. Techniques specific to Vocational             EXP 3404               COS-PSYCH                3(3,0)
Education and Industry Training. Odd Fall.                            Basic Learning Processes: PR: PSY 2012. Theory                     FIL 2107                 CAH-FILM                      3(3,0)
                                                                      and research on learning phenomena. Occasional.                    Script Analysis: PR: PR or CR: ENC 1101, and FIL
EVT 3367               ED-TLP                         3(3,0)                                                                             1007 or FIL 1100. Introduction to dramatic and visual story-
Evaluation of Vocational Instruction: PR: EVT                         EXP 3604               COS-PSYCH               3(3,0)              telling techniques used in both traditional and non-traditional
3371 or C.I. Study, practice, and achievement of compe-               Cognitive Psychology: PR: PSY 2012. Theory and                     filmmaking and screenwriting. Fall, Spring.
tency in assessing student cognitive, affective, and psycho-          research on attention, memory, complex human learning,
motor performance in vocational education. Spring.                    and problem solving. Fall, Spring.                                 FIL 2423               CAH-FILM                  3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                         Foundations of Production: PR: Digital Media or
EVT 3371                ED-TLP                      3(3,0)            EXP 4507C             COS-PSYCH                3(1,4)              Cinema Studies major, or Cinema Studies minor. Basic
Course Construction in Industrial Education:                          Advanced Human Memory and Cognition: PR:                           production techniques used in film making. Students must
PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. Planning and preparing instructional             PSY 3213C, EXP 3604C. In-depth coverage of experimen-              supply their own video equipment and editing equipment.
materials, organizing and managing the Industrial Education           tal research on human memory and cognition. Occasional.            Any format is acceptable. Fall, Spring.
laboratory, and involvement in VICA. Occasional.                      M&S fee: $15.00
                                                                                                                                         FIL 2461             CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)
EVT 3502                 ED-TLP                        3(3,0)         EXP 5208                COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)         Cinematography I: PR: FIL 2274C and FIL 2480.
Special Needs of Vocational Students: PR: EVT                         Sensation and Perception: PR: Graduate status or                   Concepts and tools of cinematography and lighting. Fall.
3365 or C.I. Achievement of teacher competency in meeting             senior standing or C.I. A study involving human information        M&S fee: $5.00
the special needs of the handicapped, culturally different,           processing with regard to physical and psychological vari-
slower learner, those with basic skill deficiencies, and those        ables in sensory and perceptual phenomena. Odd Spring.             FIL 2480               CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
in non-traditional programs. Spring.                                                                                                     Directing for Film I: PR: FIL 1007 or FIL 1100,
                                                                      EXP 5254               COS-PSYCH                        3(3,0)     FIL 1008 or 1009, and FIL 3427C. PR or CR: FIL 3115.
EVT 4065                 ED-TLP                       3(3,0)          Human Factors and Aging: PR: Graduate stand-                       Introduction to processes and techniques for film directing.
Principles and Practices of Technical                                 ing, post bac, or senior standing with C.I. An overview of         Spring.
Education: PR: EVT 3365 or C.I. Integrating historical                issues related to enhancing quality of life of elderly through
principles, career structure, and current trends in technical         the implementation of basic human factors principles in            FIL 2481                CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
education. Fall.                                                      environmental and task design. Even Fall.                          Directing the Actor for Film I: PR: Film BFA or
                                                                                                                                         World Cinema major. Developing an ability to direct and
                                                                                                                                         work with film actors effectively, using various acting and
                                                                                                                                         directing techniques. Spring.




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                                                                                                                                      Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                      UCF Courses and Descriptions
FIL 2552C               CAH-FILM                   3(3,2)           FIL 3106C                CAH-FILM                     3(2,3)        FIL 3720C               CAH-ART                        3(2,4)
Editing I: PR: FIL 1008 or 1009, and FIL 3427C. PR or               Introduction to Scriptwriting: PR: Film majors                      Introduction to Animation: PR: Animation majors
CR: FIL 3115. Basic editing concepts and techniques, using          only. Rudiments of scriptwriting, including visual storytell-       only, and a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. Introductory
non-linear editing systems. Spring. M&S fee: $5.00                  ing, story structure, character, dialogue, and introduction to      computer graphic techniques utilizing microcomputer sys-
                                                                    scriptwriting software. Occasional.                                 tems. Techniques include basic paint systems, color cycling
FIL 3006               CAH-FILM                       3(3,0)                                                                            and 2D animation. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
Art of the Cinema: PR: FIL 2030. An analysis of basic               FIL 3115               CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
elements of cinematic style including film direction, editing,      Short Script I: PR: FIL 2107 and Film BFA or World                  FIL 3734C               CAH-ART                      3(2,4)
cinematography, art direction and sound. Fall, Spring. M&S          Cinema major, or C.I. Rudiments of writing the short script.        Intermediate Animation: PR: Animation majors only,
fee: $5.00                                                          Analysis of script models and examination of differences            FIL 3720C, and a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. Focus
                                                                    between long and short forms. Writing scripts for work-             on 3D computer modeling and animation systems. Hands-
FIL 3035C                 CAH-FILM                  3(3,1)          shops. Fall, Spring.                                                on exercise on the type of high-end animation systems used
Film Histories II: PR: FIL 2030. Surveys and questions                                                                                  in the film industry. May be repeated for credit. Even Fall,
historical approaches to film and seeks to open up the field        FIL 3132               CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)            Spring. M&S fee: $45.00
of historical enquiry to a variety of views. Fall.                  Short Script II: PR: FIL 3115 and Film BFA or World
                                                                    Cinema major, or C.I. Advanced writing of short scripts in          FIL 3803C              CAH-FILM                  3(3,1)
FIL 3036                 CAH-FILM                       3(3,0)      preparation for Capstone 1 and 2 courses. Spring.                   Film Theory and Criticism I: PR: FIL 2107 and
Film History I: PR: FIL 2030, FIL 2107 and Film BFA,                                                                                    Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema Studies major. Major
World Cinema, or Cinema Studies major. Examines film                FIL 3304C              CAH-FILM                3(1,3)               film theories to the Second World War Period. Fall. M&S
history in a depth of detail and with rigor that is appropriate     Documentary Vision: PR: FIL 3363C. Styles and                       fee: $10.00
for majors in the subject. This course covers cinema history        approaches to documentary filmmaking, with emphasis on
from 1895 to 1945. Fall.                                            making short, personal films. Spring.                               FIL 3804C             CAH-FILM                 3(3,1)
                                                                                                                                        Film Theory and Criticism II: PR: FIL 3803C. Major
FIL 3037                 CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)        FIL 3307                CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)           film theories from Second World War period to present.
Film History II: PR: FIL 2030, FIL 2107 and Film BFA,               Docudrama: PR: FIL 2107 and Film BFA, World                         Spring. M&S fee: $10.00
World Cinema, or Cinema Studies major. Film history in a            Cinema, or Cinema Studies major, or C.I. Techniques to
depth of detail and with rigor that is appropriate for majors       dramatize real-life events and persons, with emphasis on            FIL 3811               CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
in the subject. This course covers from 1946 to the present.        representation, adaptation and ethics. Occasional.                  Advanced Story Structure Research: PR: FIL
Spring.                                                                                                                                 3115 and Film BFA or World Cinema major. Early and
                                                                    FIL 3363C              CAH-FILM                        3(3,1)       contemporary theories of story structure. Identification of
FIL 3041                 CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)        Film Documentary: PR: FIL 3803C and Film BFA,                       divergent ideas without dilution, development of new lan-
History of Animated Films I: PR: Cinema Studies,                    World Cinema, or Cinema Studies major, or C.I. The uses             guage, and recognition of patterns in complex structures.
Art, Animation or Digital Media major. Evolution of animation       and analysis of the non-fiction film. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00          Occasional.
from its roots in Art, Theatre, and Novelty Inventions to its
rise as a cinematic force of popular storytelling. Even Fall.       FIL 3379C               CAH-FILM                 3(3,6)             FIL 3812C               CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)
                                                                    Advanced Documentary Production: PR: FIL                            Film Theories and Practices: PR: PHI 2010
FIL 3051               CAH-FILM                  3(3,0)             3363C and FIL 3845, or C.I. Processes and principles of             (Introduction to Philosophy). Concentration on the film
Avant-Garde Cinema: PR: Junior standing or C.I.                     advanced documentary production to capture on-going real-           theories of film-makers in relation to their own work and to
History and aesthetics of Avant-Garde Cinema with an                ity based situations. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00                    the cinema generally. Spring.
emphasis on post WWII North American films and filmmak-
ers. Spring. M&S fee: $10.00                                        FIL 3379H               CAH-FILM                       3(3,6)       FIL 3820                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
                                                                    Honors Advanced Documentary Workshop:                               Italian Film: This course attempts to stimulate and/or
FIL 3070C                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)        PR: ENC 1102H and Consent of Honors or C.I. Public                  increase the interest of students in Italian cinema as an art
Cinema in the 1920s: PR: FIL 3035C. Films of the                    history research and documentary production. Student-               form with the director playing the key role. Films by most
1920s as they pertain to the political, social, cultural, and       produced multimedia projects centered on local partner-             outstanding Italian movie directors will be analyzed from a
artistic context of the period. Occasional.                         ships that explore the public history of Central Florida. With      social, economic, and historical point of view. Occasional.
                                                                    Honors content. Occasional.
FIL 3071C                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)                                                                            FIL 3822                CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
Cinema in the 1930s: PR: FIL 3035C. Films of the                    FIL 3427C                 CAH-FILM                  3(2,4)          French Film: The study of French cinema as an art form
1930s as they pertain to the political, social, cultural, and       Introduction to Film Production: PR: PR or CR:                      and the key role of the director. Films are analyzed from
artistic context of the period. Occasional.                         FIL 2107 and Film BFA or World Cinema major. Introduction           structural, social, economical, and historical perspectives
                                                                    to production utilizing film equipment. Basic technical and         with attention to their relationship with French literature.
FIL 3072C                  CAH-FILM                      3(3,1)     aesthetic aspects of production. Fall. M&S fee: $45.00              Taught in English. Occasional.
Cinema in the 1940s and 1950s: PR: FIL 3035C.
Films of the 1940s and 1950s as they pertain to the                 FIL 3455C               CAH-FILM                     6(2,4)         FIL 3823                 CAH-LANG                       3(3,0)
political, social, cultural, and artistic context of the period.    Film Landscapes: Story, Image and                                   German Film: PR: C.I. Exploration of the form and con-
Occasional.                                                         Production Design: PR: FIL 2423 or FIL 3427C, and                   text of German film during different time periods in relation
                                                                    FIL 2030. The use of landscape in film and its importance to        to other aspects of culture and to sociopolitical structures at
FIL 3073C                  CAH-FILM                      3(3,1)     the art of production design. Occasional.                           the time. Occasional.
Cinema in the 1960s and 1970s: PR: FIL 3035C.
Films of the 1960s and 1970s as they relate to the political,       FIL 3462C             CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)            FIL 3824                  CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
social, cultural, and artistic context of the period. Occasional.   Cinematic Expression: PR: FIL 3803C.                                Italian Neo-Realist Cinema: PR: FIL 3036 or FIL
                                                                    Cinematography using video format; study of fundamentals            3037, or C.I. Post-World War II period of the Italian cinema,
FIL 3074C                  CAH-FILM                      3(3,1)     of motion-picture communication, film structure and story-          with emphasis on the work of Antonioni, Visconti, Pasolini,
Cinema 1980s to the Present: PR: FIL 3035C.                         telling. Spring.                                                    Fellini, and Rossellini. Occasional.
Films from the 1980s and onward as they pertain to the
political, social, cultural, and artistic context of the period.    FIL 3483                 CAH-FILM                  3(3,0)           FIL 3826              CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                         Directing the Actor for Film II: PR: FIL 2481.                      American Cinema: PR: Film BFA, World Cinema, or
                                                                    Characterization and scene study as it applies to directing         Cinema Studies major, or Cinema Studies minor. Lectures,
FIL 3075C                CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)        the actor for film. Occasional.                                     films and forums designed to provide awareness of styles,
Film and Modernism I: PR: FIL 3035C and ARH                                                                                             images, and myths in cinema that influence or reflect our
2050. Relation of film to artistic modernism centered on key        FIL 3492C                 CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)       culture. Spring.
common practices such as collage, projection, movement,             Performance in Film: PR: FIL 3035C. Study of the
serialization, superimposition, and simultaneity. Spring.           different traditions and forms of acting in film. Occasional.       FIL 3831                CAH-FILM                    3(4,0)
                                                                                                                                        Black Cinema: PR: Junior standing and ENC 1102.
FIL 3076C                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)        FIL 3534               CAH-FILM                        3(3,0)       Independent black film movements; theory, aesthetics and
Film and Modernism II: PR: FIL 3075C and ARH                        Sound Design for Film I: PR: Film BFA or BA major.                  criticism of African-American, African-Canadian and African-
2051. A continuation of Film and Modernism I. This course           Technical and aesthetics aspects of production and post-            Caribbean cinema. Fall.
concentrates on specific instances of interaction between           production sound recording, editing, and mixing for film. Fall.
film and the other arts such as music, painting, photography,                                                                           FIL 3841                CAH-FILM                      3(3,0)
theatre, and video. Fall.                                           FIL 3581              CAH-FILM                  3(0,3)              French New Wave Cinema: PR: FIL 3036 or FIL
                                                                    Film Production Technology Workshop: PR:                            3037, or C.I. Post-World War II period of the French cinema,
FIL 3102                CAH-FILM                       3(3,0)       Restricted to Film majors. Demonstrations and hands-on              emphasizing the work of Renoir, Bresson, Godard, Rohmer,
Writing for Film and TV: PR: Junior standing, ENC                   equipment workshops to understand and operate the tools             Resnais, and Rivette. Occasional.
1102, and FIL 1007 or FIL 1100. Theories and process of             of the filmmaking process. May be repeated for credit.
screen writing for motion pictures and television. Students         Occasional.                                                         FIL 3842             CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
learn how to create stories and scripts for the entertainment                                                                           International Cinema: PR: PR or CR: FIL 3036 or
marketplace. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                              FIL 3037 and Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema Studies
                                                                                                                                        major. Post-World War II period of the international cin-
                                                                                                                                        ema, with emphasis on the cinemas of Europe and Asia.
                                                                                                                                        Occasional.


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UCF Courses and Descriptions
FIL 3845                 CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)       FIL 4040             CAH-DIG                    3(3,0)                FIL 4451                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)
World Cinema Traditions: PR: PR or CR: FIL 3036                    Animation Film History for Non Film Majors:                           Design for Film: PR: FIL 3427C, or C.I. Analysis of
or FIL 3037 and Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema                  PR: ENC 1102. Evolution of animation since World War II.              visual structure of film. Specific problems in art direction.
Studies major. The relationship among film, history, and cul-      Occasional.                                                           Fall.
ture in selected Asian, African, Latin American, and Middle
Eastern countries. Fall, Spring.                                   FIL 4042               CAH-FILM                  3(3,0)               FIL 4453C              CAH-FILM                      4(3,2)
                                                                   History of Animated Films II: PR: FIL 3041, and                       Special Problems in Film Design: PR: FIL 2423
FIL 3847               CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)           Cinema Studies, Art, Animation or Digital Media major.                or FIL 3427C and FIL 2030. A series of exercises in craft,
Latin American Cinema: PR: PR or CR: FIL 3036 or                   Growth and diversification of American and international              techniques, and design for film production, including anima-
FIL 3037 and Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema Studies             animation since 1945. Spring.                                         tion. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00
major. Latin American films and film movements, historical
and contemporary issues, social, and aesthetic concerns.           FIL 4057C               CAH-FILM                         3(3,1)       FIL 4472C              CAH-FILM                 3(2,4)
Spring.                                                            Hollywood Cinema: PR: FIL 3035C. This course stud-                    Cinematography II: PR: Film major, FIL 3427C, FIL
                                                                   ies Hollywood cinema historically, culturally, stylistically, and     2461. Advanced principles and practices of cinematogra-
FIL 3850              CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)            organizationally. Occasional.                                         phy. Spring. M&S fee: $5.00
Cinema Directors: PR: FIL 3803C and Film BFA,
World Cinema, or Cinema Studies major, or C.I. Intensive           FIL 4103                CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)            FIL 4486C             CAH-FILM                      3(3,1)
study of the work of selected film-makers using multiple           Adaptation: PR: FIL 2107. The process of adapting                     Directing for Film II: PR: Film BFA major and FIL
modes of criticism and author analysis to examine films.           scripts from other sources. The investigation of the legali-          2480. Principles and practice in directing narrative and/or
Occasional.                                                        ties of adaptation, analysis of existing models, and written          documentary motion pictures. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00
                                                                   adaptations. Occasional.
FIL 3852               CAH-FILM             3(3,0)                                                                                       FIL 4487             CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
Cinema Criticism Writing: PR: FIL 3036 or FIL 3037                 FIL 4113C                CAH-FILM                     3(2,3)          Directing for Film III: PR: FIL 4486C. Advanced
and ENC 1102, FIL 2030, FIL 3803C. Modes of cinema                 Interactive Writing I: PR: Junior Standing, Film major,               processes and techniques of film directing. Spring. M&S
criticism. Occasional.                                             FIL 3115 or Digital Media major. Writing workshop for expe-           fee: $5.00
                                                                   rienced scriptwriters, cold readings, preparing calling card
FIL 3860C            CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)            script, marketing scripts and funding sources. Occasional.            FIL 4535C               CAH-FILM                   3(3,1)
The Shot, Framing, Point of View: PR: FIL                                                                                                Sound Design for Film II: PR: FIL 3534. An under-
3035C. Approaches to the shot, framing and point of view.          FIL 4114C                CAH-FILM                    3(3,2)           standing of how production mixers bring the film director’s
Occasional.                                                        Interactive Writing II: PR: Film major and FIL 4113C.                 vision to the screen. Spring.
                                                                   Advanced writing and development of short interactive nar-
FIL 3861C              CAH-FILM                 3(3,1)             ratives as well as examination of non-traditional structures          FIL 4536                 CAH-FILM               3(3,0)
Film and Photography: PR: FIL 3076C. Historical                    as applied to interactive writing. Occasional.                        Sound Design III: PR: FIL 4535C. Advanced aspects
and Cultural relationship between photography and film.                                                                                  of sound mixing and sound editing using advanced proto-
Occasional.                                                        FIL 4126C                CAH-FILM                     3(2,2)          cols and digital format. Occasional.
                                                                   Genre Writing: PR: Film major, FIL 3803C. Advanced
FIL 3862C               CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)        screenwriting practice in selected genres, including comedy,          FIL 4554C               CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)
Narrative Structures in Film: PR: LIT 2110 and                     humor, western, crime, etc. Occasional.                               Non-Linear Editing: PR: Film major and FIL 3427C.
LIT 2120. Different structures of narrative in film and the                                                                              Provide basic working knowledge of AVID editing system, to
ways in which narrative structures have been theorized and         FIL 4162C                 CAH-FILM                3(2,3)              edit assigned projects, give basic understanding of editorial
understood. Fall.                                                  Feature/TV Writing I: PR: Film BFA, World Cinema,                     styles and techniques in film storytelling. Occasional. M&S
                                                                   or Cinema Studies major, or Cinema Studies minor, and                 fee: $45.00
FIL 3865C            CAH-FILM                3(3,1)                FIL 3115, or C.I. Writing workshop, examination of mythic
Mise en scène and Theatricality: PR: THE 2000.                     storytelling, and ethics of scriptwriting. Fall.                      FIL 4566C                 CAH-FILM              3(3,2)
Relationship between theatre and cinema with specific                                                                                    Editing II: PR: FIL 2274C. Theory, techniques and prac-
emphasis on mise en scène. Spring.                                 FIL 4163C              CAH-FILM                  3(2,3)               tices in picture editing. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00
                                                                   Feature/TV Writing II: PR: FIL 4162C. Advanced writ-
FIL 3870C              CAH-FILM                  3(3,1)            ing workshops, principles and methods of adaptation and               FIL 4573C               CAH-FILM                       3(1,3)
Music, Natural Sounds and Dialogue in Film:                        reader’s coverage. Spring.                                            Capstone II: PR: FIL 4434C. Intensive tutorial guidance,
PR: FIL 3035C. Study of relationship between music,                                                                                      instruction and evaluation of final film projects in post pro-
natural sounds, dialogue, and moving images. Occasional.           FIL 4301C                CAH-FILM                 3(1,3)              duction. May be repeated for credit. Spring. M&S fee: $5.00
                                                                   Documentary Workshop I: PR: FIL 3304C or C.I.
FIL 3871                 CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)         Socially significant documentary projects for community               FIL 4602                CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
The American Film Artist: PR: FIL 2030. Analysis of                groups, heritage organizations, non-profit agencies using             Film Business: PR: FIL 2423 or FIL 3427C and junior
a major American filmmaker’s style, vision and works; how          film, video and digital media. Fall.                                  standing and Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema Studies
these evolved and their impact on film and the culture. May                                                                              major. This is a seminar course taught by a professional
be repeated for credit. Fall. M&S fee: $5.00                       FIL 4302C                CAH-FILM                  3(1,3)             in the film industry which deals with issues relating to the
                                                                   Documentary Workshop II: PR: FIL 4301C or C.I.                        organization and production of motion pictures. Spring.
FIL 3876C               CAH-FILM                        3(3,1)     Advanced documentary projects for community groups,
Experimental Cinema I: PR: FIL 3075C. A notion of                  heritage organizations, non-profit agencies and NGOs using            FIL 4647               CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)
cinema as an expansion of possibilities organized around           film, video and digital media. Spring.                                Film Production Management: PR: FIL 3427C or
formal, material, and conceptual aspects of film. Fall, Spring.                                                                          C.I. Production, budgeting, script breakdown, construction
                                                                   FIL 4303C                CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)           of production boards, scheduling, location scouting, and
FIL 3877C                CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)       Film Fiction and the Document: PR: LIT 2110,                          crew procurement. Spring.
Experimental Cinema II: PR: FIL 3876C.                             FIL 3075C, and FIL 3076C. Study of the shifting boundary
Concentration on specific aesthetic strategies of experi-          between fiction and documentary in film and in the other              FIL 4661                  CAH-FILM                3(3,0)
mental film including those derived from the work of artists       arts at the core of which is the notion of the document. Fall.        The Film Producer: PR: FIL 2423 of FIL 3427C and
outside of the film related to treatments of reality and the                                                                             junior standing and Film BFA, World Cinema, or Cinema
perception of light. Spring.                                       FIL 4428                CAH-FILM                 3(3,0)               Studies major. The role of the producer is examined in the
                                                                   Episodic Production: PR: Film or Animation Majors.                    context of theatrical film. Spring.
FIL 3878C                CAH-FILM                     3(3,1)       Episodic film production techniques. Occasional.
Color and Lighting in Cinema: PR: FIL 3035C.                                                                                             FIL 4735C            CAH-ART                       3(2,4)
Ideas and practices related to lighting and color primarily in     FIL 4433C               CAH-FILM                   3(2,4)             Advanced Animation: PR: Animation majors only,
film but also painting, sculpture, photography and theatre.        Intermediate Film Production: PR: Film major, FIL                     FIL 3720C, FIL 3734C, and a satisfactory portfolio review
Occasional.                                                        3427C. Advanced exploration of the aesthetic and technical            or C.I. Advanced 3D modeling and animation techniques.
                                                                   facets of filmmaking. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                     Working in small production teams, students will create
FIL 3880C                  CAH-FILM                       3(3,1)                                                                         short animated segments using a high-end 3D animation
Images of Women in Film: PR: FIL 2030. Images of                   FIL 4434C                CAH-FILM                       3(2,4)        system. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Odd Spring. M&S
women in film and how these images are shaped and struc-           Capstone I: PR: FIL 3132 and Film BFA or World                        fee: $45.00
tured in relation to circumstances of production, aesthetics,      Cinema major. Intensive tutorial guidance, instruction and
cultural, historical, and ideological factors. Fall, Spring.       evaluation of final film projects from initial concept through        FIL 4740C                CAH-FILM                    3(3,1)
                                                                   production. May be repeated for credit. Fall. M&S fee:                Film and Digitalization: PR: FIL 3035C. A study of
FIL 3922                  CAH-FILM                 1(1,1)          $10.00                                                                the new possibilities offered to film and thinking about film
Film Colloquium: PR: Film majors only. A series of                                                                                       by digitalization. Occasional.
lectures, films and forums designed for students in the            FIL 4436               CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)
film program. The class is team taught by film faculty and         Film Theory/Film Production: PR: Junior standing
guest speakers from the film industry. Graded S/U. May be          and FIL 1008 or FIL 1009, or C.I. Non-narrative filmmaking
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                                 demonstrating the dynamic interplay between producing,
                                                                   viewing, reading and writing about images. Odd Spring.




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FIL 4750C               CAH-ART                     3(2,4)         FIL 5924                 CAH-FILM                    1(1,0)       FIN 4514                 BA-FIN                       3(3,0)
Animation Workshop: PR: Animation majors only,                     Graduate Seminar: PR: Admission to MFA Film                       Portfolio Analysis and Management: PR: FIN
FIL 3720C, FIL 3734C, FIL 4735C, and a satisfactory port-          & Digital Media/Entrepreneurial Digital Cinema track, or          3403C, FIN 3303 and FIN 3504; open to majors or minors
folio review or C.I. A production level course in computer         C.I. Strategies for a successful graduate experience, and         which require this course. Portfolio and capital market
animation that emphasizes all phases of the commercial             forum for modes of inquiry, film technique, production and        theory in the determination of rational investment policies.
production process, including storyboard, budgets, client          distribution issues; and thesis defense preparation. Graded       Risk analysis, portfolio analysis, and evaluation techniques.
relations, and post-production. May be repeated for credit.        S/U. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 6             Fall, Spring.
Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                      times. Fall.
                                                                                                                                     FIN 4533                BA-FIN                        3(3,0)
FIL 4808              CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)           FIN 2100                 BA-FIN                       3(3,0)      Financial Derivatives: PR: FIN 3403C, FIN 3303
Images and Text in Context: PR: FIL 2030 or C.I.                   Personal Finance and Investments: PR: Open to                     and FIN 3504; open to majors or minors which require this
Moving images, the still image, and text in their cultural         all students (majors, minors, and non-majors). An overview        course. Options, futures, forwards, and other derivative con-
contexts. Occasional.                                              of personal and family financial planning. Topics include         tracts. Investments traded in these markets are examined.
                                                                   housing, investments, insurance, retirement planning,             Pricing and hedging are considered. Fall, Spring.
FIL 4830                 CAH-FILM                    3(2,2)        estate planning, financial services, consumer credit, and tax
Motion Picture Genre: PR: FIL 2030. Analysis and                   planning. Fall, Spring.                                           FIN 4560C               BA-FIN                        4(3,1)
evaluation of films, including their major genres, directors,                                                                        Applied Portfolio Management 1: PR: Finance
styles, and periods. Even Fall. M&S fee: $5.00                     FIN 3303                  BA-FIN                   3(3,0)         major, FIN 3403C, FIN 3504, and C.I. For UCF Student
                                                                   Financial Markets: PR: FIN 3403C; open to majors                  Managed Portfolio program participants. Provides detailed,
FIL 4844                 CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)         or minors which require this course. The role of short and        rigorous analyses of Equity portfolio management topics,
Africana Cinema: PR: FIL 3845. Aesthetics, theory and              long-term financial markets and financial institutions in         including risk/return, valuation, forecasting, portfolio con-
practice of filmmaking in the African Diaspora. Occasional.        capital formation and allocation. Theories and mathematics        struction, and performance appraisal. Occasional.
                                                                   of interest rates. Fall, Spring.
FIL 4863C               CAH-FILM                      3(3,1)                                                                         FIN 4561C                BA-FIN                       4(3,1)
Montage: PR: FIL 3075C and FIL 3076C. A study of                   FIN 3403C                BA-FIN                   4(3,1)          Applied Portfolio Management 2: PR: Finance
montage primarily but not exclusively in film. Emphasizing         Business Finance: PR: Junior standing, ACG 2021                   major, FIN 4560C, and CI. For UCF Student Managed
the way montage constructs continuities and disjunctions.          and ECO 2023. With the balance sheet as a reference               Portfolio program participants. Rigorous coverage of
The course is theoretical with practical exercises. Fall.          point, this course provides an introduction and overview          advanced portfolio management topics, including uses of
                                                                   of the acquisition, financing, and management of business         derivatives, tax issues, and style investing. Occasional.
FIL 4934C              CAH-FILM                         3(3,1)     assets. Fall, Spring.
Current Problems in Film and Culture: PR:                                                                                            FIN 4604               BA-FIN                      3(3,0)
FIL 3035C. Concentration on the most recent work in film           FIN 3403H            BA-FIN                      4(4,0)           International Financial Management: PR: FIN
studies concerned with film in its relation to cultural issues.    Business Finance - Honors: PR: Junior standing,                   3403C; open to majors or minors which require this course.
Occasional.                                                        ACG 2021 and ECO 2023. Open to University honors                  Analysis of the foreign financial methods and investment,
                                                                   students and other students participating in the honors           currency futures market, capital budgeting, cash manage-
FIL 4935C              CAH-FILM                  3(3,1)            program. Same as FIN 3403C with honors level content.             ment, examination of Eurocurrency market and international
Current Problems in Film Theory: PR: FIL                           Occasional.                                                       bond markets. Fall, Spring.
3035C. Concentration on most recent work in film studies
concerned with film theory. Occasional.                            FIN 3414                BA-FIN                       3(3,0)       FIN 4730               BA-FIN                       3(3,0)
                                                                   Intermediate Corporate Finance: PR: FIN 3403C;                    Senior Financial Consulting I: PR: Finance major,
FIL 4939C               CAH-FILM                   3(3,1)          open to majors or minors which require this course. In-depth      FIN 3403C, FIN 3303, CR: FIN 3414, FIN 4453. Project
Current Problems in Film History: PR: FIL                          study of the principles of corporate finance. Investment,         management in a collaborative, interdisciplinary team envi-
3035C. Concentration on the most recent work in film stud-         financing, and capital decisions are examined. Fall, Spring.      ronment. Incorporates financial problem solving, design
ies concerned with film history. Occasional.                                                                                         and consulting in projects for major corporations. Part 1
                                                                   FIN 3461              BA-FIN                       3(3,0)         of a two course sequence. Students must register for both
FIL 5165                 CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)        Financial Statement Analysis: PR: FIN 3403C.                      semesters. Occasional.
Visual Storytelling: PR: Admission to Film and Digital             Understanding and interpreting financial statement data for
Media master’s program or C.I. Traditional forms of visual         business decisions. Occasional.                                   FIN 4731                 BA-FIN                      3(3,0)
storytelling ranging from storyboarding to classic structural                                                                        Senior Financial Consulting II: PR: Finance major,
paradigms for feature film scripts. Fall.                          FIN 3504               BA-FIN                     3(3,0)          FIN 4730. Project management in a collaborative, interdis-
                                                                   Investment Analysis: PR: FIN 3403C; open to majors                ciplinary team environment. Incorporates financial problem
FIL 5414                CAH-FILM                    3(3,0)         or minors which require this course. A survey of invest-          solving, design, and consulting in projects for major corpo-
Film Vision, Scope & Financing: PR: Acceptance                     ments, including security markets, investment vehicles,           rations. Part 2 of two semester course sequence. Students
to the MFA Film & Digital Media program. Exploration of            and environment. Principles of asset valuation in efficient       must register for both semesters. Occasional.
the creative and business challenges filmmakers encounter          markets. Fall, Spring.
when working on a screenplay, including financing, mak-                                                                              FIN 4941                BA-FIN                    3(0,3)
ing, and distributing a digital, microbudget motion picture.       FIN 4313               BA-FIN                       3(3,0)        Finance Internship: PR: Finance major with at least 6
Spring.                                                            Management of Financial Institutions: PR: FIN                     hours of completed coursework in finance, minimum overall
                                                                   3303, 3403; open to majors or minors which require this           GPA of 2.75 and consent of department chair. Supervised
FIL 5419               CAH-FILM                      3(3,0)        course. Analysis of management policies of financial institu-     finance work experience in a pre-approved sponsoring
Developing the Film Screenplay: PR: Admission                      tions, including assets liability, and capital management.        organization. See department for information and applica-
to MFA Film & Digital Media-Entre Dig Cin track, or C.I.           The economics and regulatory influence on competition is          tion. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
Development of an existing, original screenplay to fit the         considered. Occasional.
demands, limits, and possibilities of the microbudget, digital                                                                       FLE 3160               ED-TLP                      3(3,0)
film paradigm. Fall.                                               FIN 4324                 BA-FIN                      3(3,0)       Education and Culture/Language Diversity:
                                                                   Commercial Bank Management: PR: Fin 3303;                         PR: Admission to major, overall 2.5 GPA, 3.0 GPA in major,
FIL 5612                    CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)      open to majors or minors which require this course. Analysis      and C.I. A cross-cultural field experience which includes
Film and Internet Business: PR: Graduate status or                 of the intersections of commercial banking policies and an        cultural and language immersion. Theoretical and applied
senior standing or C.I. Survey of the business of financing        analysis of current approaches to managing specific bank          knowledge of culture and language diversity. Occasional.
and distributing films. Explores various, including feature        products. Fall.
films, short films, television documents and the Internet. Fall.                                                                     FLE 4290                ED-TLP                      2(2,0)
                                                                   FIN 4424               BA-FIN                      3(3,0)         Technology in the Foreign Language class-
FIL 5800               CAH-FILM                   3(3,0)           Advanced Topics in Financial Management:                          room: PR: EME 2040, EDG 4323. Applications of tech-
Research Methods in Film and Digital Media:                        PR: FIN 3414; open to majors or minors which require this         nology in the foreign language classroom including uses
PR: Admission to Film and Digital Media graduate program           course. Advanced study in financial management. Topics            of the Web, e-mail, chat, electronic portfolios, electronic
or C.I. Research methodology for the study and production          include capital budgeting, financial structure, and capital       curriculum planning tools, and software. May be repeated
of film and new media. Spring.                                     decisions. Case studies used extensively. Occasional.             for credit. Occasional.

FIL 5853                CAH-FILM                     3(3,0)        FIN 4453               BA-FIN                        3(3,0)       FLE 4314              ED-TLP                      3(3,0)
Independent Cinematic Forms: PR: Admission                         Financial Models: PR: FIN 3403C, FIN 3414, and FIN                Foreign Language Teaching in Elementary
to MFA Film & Digital Media/Entre Dig Cin track, or C.I.           3504; open to majors or minors which require this course.         Schools: Methods of planning and teaching foreign
Evolution of low budget independent cinematic films through        Mathematical models applied specifically to financial prob-       languages in the elementary school. The emphasis is on
the works of modern and classical filmmakers within and            lems, including those models suitable for representation and      teaching communicatively and on integrating culture in the
beyond the studio system. Fall.                                    solutions on computers. Fall, Spring.                             K-6 classroom. Occasional.

FIL 5864                CAH-FILM                      3(3,0)
Ways of Seeing: The Expressive Potential of
Film: PR: Admission to MFA Film and Digital Media or
C.I. A study of multidisciplinary theories that relate to the
practice of filmmaking. Fall.



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UCF Courses and Descriptions
FLE 4333                   ED-TLP                     3(3,0)     FRE 3420                CAH-LANG            3(3,0)                          FRT 4421              CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)
Foreign Language Teaching in the Secondary                       French Composition: PR: FRE 2201 or equivalent.                             French Medieval Literature and Culture: PR:
School: PR: EDG 4323, proficiency in the target language         Development of skills in composition. Fall.                                 FRW 3810. Provides students with the skills needed to read,
and English. Methods of teaching foreign languages at the                                                                                    discuss, and write about French Literature and culture of
secondary level within a communicative framework. Current        FRE 3423                 CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)                medieval France. Occasional.
instructional techniques in listening, speaking, reading, and    Advanced French Grammar Abroad: PR: FRE
writing skills, testing, error correction. May be repeated for   2200, FRE 2201 or equivalent. Students will be immersed                     FRW 3100                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
credit. Occasional.                                              throughout the term applying grammatical concepts as they                   Survey of French Literature I: PR: FRE 2201 or
                                                                 relate to written expression in order to enhance oral expres-               equivalent. Main literary currents and works from the Middle
FLE 5331                ED-TLP                      3(3,0)       sion. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                               Ages through the 18th century. Fall.
Foreign Language Methods at the Secondary
Level: PR: C.I., EDG 4323, or EDG 6236, or classroom             FRE 3440              CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)                      FRW 3101                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
teaching experience, and fluency in the target language          Business French I: PR: Three semesters of French                            Survey of French Literature II: PR: FRE 2201 or
and English. Methods of planning and teaching foreign            language. Introduces vocabulary and terminology in vari-                    equivalent. Main literary currents and works of the 19th and
language at the secondary level. The emphasis is on teach-       ous French business activities, as well as standards,                       20th centuries. Spring.
ing communicatively and on integrating culture in the 6-12       procedures, and practices of the French business world.
classroom. May be used in the degree program a maximum           Occasional.                                                                 FRW 3370               CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)
of 2 times. Occasional.                                                                                                                      Short Stories of 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries:
                                                                 FRE 3441               CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)                    PR: FRE 2201 or equivalent. Selected readings designed to
FLE 5335                ED-TLP                       3(3,0)      Business French II: PR: FRE 3440 or C.I. Introduction                       increase reading speed and develop analytical abilities.
Foreign Language Methods at the Elementary                       to French business language and practices. Occasional.                      Authors include: Voltaire, Maupassant, Flaubert, Camus,
Level: PR: C.I. or FLE 4333 or FLE 5870, EDG 4323 or                                                                                         and others. Occasional.
EDG 6236, and fluency in target language and English.            FRE 3760                  CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)
Methods of planning and teaching foreign language at the         Advanced French Oral Communication: PR:                                     FRW 3740               CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
elementary level. The emphasis is on teaching communica-         FRE 2201 or equivalent. Vocabulary building with sys-                       The French Literature of Canada: PR: FRE 2201
tively and on integrating culture in the K-6 classroom. May      tematic training in diction and locution. Speeches and oral                 or equivalent. A survey of the French literature of Canada
be repeated for credit. Occasional.                              presentations as well as production and delivery of real-life               from the late 19th century to the present, with particular
                                                                 dialogues. Spring.                                                          emphasis on the novel and short story. Occasional.
FLE 5870                 CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages: PR:                       FRE 3780              CAH-LANG             3(3,0)                           FRW 3752                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. This course intro-    French Phonetics and Diction: French phonology,                             French Caribbean Literature: PR: FRE 2201 or
duces prominent theories and applied research in the field       with emphasis on phonic groupings. Spring.                                  equivalent. Literature of the French speaking Caribbean
of second language acquisition. It also offers guidance in the                                                                               from colonial times to the present, in French. Occasional.
practical matters of teaching lower division language cours-     FRE 3954                  CAH-LANG                   6(6,0)
es at university and community college levels. Occasional.       Study Abroad in the Caribbean: PR: FRE 2201                                 FRW 3760              CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)
                                                                 or equivalent. Travel through Caribbean islands, studying                   Creole Identity in the French-Speaking World:
FLE 5875                CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)        the diversity within the Creole cultures. May be repeated for               PR: FRE 2201 or equivalent. Creole literatures and cultures
Computer Application in Teaching Foreign                         credit. Occasional.                                                         of the Francophone world. Spring.
Languages: PR: Graduate status or senior standing or
C.I. Survey, analysis, and evaluation of computer software       FRE 4421                  CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)                 FRW 3770                CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
and Internet materials for teaching foreign languages.           Advanced French Conversation: PR: FRE 3760.                                 Francophone Literature: PR: FRE 2201. The litera-
Occasional.                                                      Advanced conversation on directed topics from various                       ture of the Francophone world. Students will read, analyze
                                                                 disciplines; literature, art, psychology, philosophy, music,                and discuss literary works written in French. Even Spring.
FRE 1120C               CAH-LANG                 4(3,1)          business, and the sciences. Fall.
Elementary French Language and Civilization                                                                                                  FRW 3810                CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)
I: Introduces the student to French culture through the          FRE 4422              CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)                  French Literary Texts and Analysis: PR: FRE
major language skills: listening, speaking, reading and          Advanced French Composition: PR: FRE 3420.                                  2201. French Literature and literary analysis from the Middle
writing. Open only to students with no experience in the         Readings and written imitations of modern literary styles in                Ages to the present. Course is conducted in French. Fall.
language. Fall, Spring.                                          the form of themes, sketches, poems, and original stories.
                                                                 Spring.                                                                     FRW 4281               CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)
FRE 1121C            CAH-LANG                 4(3,1)                                                                                         20th Century French Novels: PR: FRW 3100 or
Elementary French Language and Civilization                      FRE 4471               CAH-LANG                    6(6,0)                   FRW 3101 or equivalent. Contemporary French Novel. Will
II: PR: FRE 1120C or equivalent. Continuation of FRE             Advanced French Cultural Studies Abroad:                                    focus on post-war authors, both traditional and avant-garde,
1120C. Fall, Spring.                                             PR: FRE 2201 or equivalent, or C.I. Students will develop                   such as Bazin, Beckett, Butor, Camus, Mauriac, Malraux
                                                                 strong conversational skills at the third year level while                  and Sarraute. Occasional.
FRE 2200                 CAH-LANG                3(3,1)          studying French culture abroad. May be repeated for credit.
Intermediate           French         Language     and           Occasional.                                                                 FRW 4310                CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)
Civilization I: PR: FRE 1121C or equivalent.                                                                                                 Seventeenth Century French Theatre: PR: FRW
Development of language skills and cultural knowledge at         FRE 4500                      CAH-LANG                        3(3,0)        3100. Corneille, Racine, and Moliere. A study of the lives
the intermediate level. Fall, Spring.                            French Civilization and Culture: PR: FRE 3420.                              and principal works of the authors. Occasional.
                                                                 A survey analyzing development of key elements of French
FRE 2201              CAH-LANG                    3(3,1)         life: its historical, artistic, intellectual, scientific, and spiritual     FRW 4324                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
Intermediate        French        Language          and          contributions to the world via readings, lectures, films, and               20th Century French Drama: PR: FRW 3100 or
Civilization II: PR: FRE 2200 or equivalent. Continuation        other media. Conducted in French. Occasional.                               FRW 3101 or equivalent, or C.I. Concentration on traditional
of FRE 2200 with emphasis on French civilization. Fall,                                                                                      and avant-garde theater after WWII, such as the works of
Spring.                                                          FRE 4503                CAH-LANG                      2(2,0)                Beckett, Camus, Claudel, Ciraudoux, Ionesco, and Sartre;
                                                                 Quebecois Civilization: PR: 2 years of college level                        different literary approaches will also be used. Occasional.
FRE 2240               CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)      French or equivalent. An introduction to the main epochs
Intensive French Conversation: PR: One year of                   and events in the history of the French civilization in North               FRW 4380              CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
French or equivalent. Practical use of the language, leading     America with particular emphasis on Quebec. Occasional.                     Early Modern French Fairy Tales: PR: FRW 3100
toward fluency and correctness in speaking. Occasional.                                                                                      and FRW 3101. Classic French fairy tale tradition within
                                                                 FRE 4782                 CAH-LANG                      2(2,0)               the context of 21st century American fairy tale tradition.
FRE 2270                  CAH-LANG                 8(16,10)      Advanced French Phonetics and Diction: PR:                                  Odd Spring.
Intermediate French Study Abroad: PR:                            2 years of college level French or equivalent. Intensive exer-
Elementary French. Intermediate French language and              cises in French phonetics and diction with both prose and                   FRW 4440              CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
civilization taught in the native environment. Occasional.       poetry with particular emphasis on difficulties for speakers                French Literature of the Eighteenth Century:
                                                                 of English. Occasional.                                                     PR: FRW 3100. The philosophical movement: Montesquieu,
FRE 3300                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)                                                                                  Vauvenargues, Voltaire, Diderot, Buffon. Odd Fall.
French Grammar: PR: FRE 2201 or equivalent. An                   FRT 3140               CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)
in-depth review of the structures of French for students who     French        and       Francophone              Literary                   FRW 4532              CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
intend to take French literature courses. Fall.                  Masterworks in Translation: PR: FRE 2200. May                               French Romanticism: PR: FRW 3100. Great
                                                                 include survey covering texts from the Middle Ages to the                   poets and dramatists of the Romantic Movement: Hugo,
FRE 3410                CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)        present or may focus on a particular period, genre, or topic.               Lamartine, Vigny, Musset, and others. Occasional.
Advanced Oral French Abroad: PR: FRE 2200,                       Occasional.
FRE 2201 or equivalent. Designed for students participating                                                                                  FRW 4552            CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)
in the Study Abroad Program in France. Students will be          FRT 3562                 CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)                Nineteenth Century French Literature: PR:
immersed throughout the term speaking French. May be             French Contemporary Pop Culture: PR: FRE                                    FRW 3101. Realism and naturalism. Occasional.
repeated for credit. Occasional.                                 2200. Examination of Modern France and its culture, with
                                                                 emphasis on contemporary trends in language, music,
                                                                 fashion, fiction, press, cyberculture, street arts, and food.
                                                                 Occasional.


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FRW 4820                  CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)     GEB 3375               BA-FIN                  4(4,0)              GEO 2370              ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)
Stylistics: PR: FRE 3420 or equivalent. An intense                Introduction to International Business: PR:                        Resources Geography: Analysis of basic principles
study of textual criticism. An examination of the relationship    Junior standing and ACG 2071, ECO 2013 and ECO 2023.               and problems associated with development, use, conserva-
between language and literature; explications and linguistic      Understanding the interdependence of globalized world              tion, and management of natural resources, with special
analysis of literary texts. Occasional.                           economy and similarities between domestic and interna-             emphasis on the United States. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  tional business domains. Fall, Spring.
FSS 2221C              RCHM-HOS                    4(3,3)                                                                            GEO 3471                   COS-POLS                     3(3,0)
Techniques of Food Preparation: Basic principles                  GEB 3375H             BA-FIN                       4(4,0)          World Political Geography: Analysis of factors
of food and beverage preparation, service, and menu devel-        Introduction to International Business -                           which affect power relations among nations, including area,
opment. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                             Honors: PR: Junior standing, permission of Honors,                 location, political styles, ethnic divisions, and the politics of
                                                                  ACG 2071, ECO 2013, and ECO 2023. Understanding the                energy. Fall, Spring.
FSS 2284C              RCHM-FOOD&LODG 4(3,3)                      interdependence of globalized world economy and similari-
Food Preparation for Catered Events: Basic                        ties between domestic and international business domains.          GER 1120C                CAH-LANG                    4(3,1)
principles of food preparation and menu development for           Same as GEB 3375 with honors level content. Occasional.            Elementary            German          Language          and
catered events. Methods and procedures for on and off                                                                                Civilization I: Introduces the student to German culture
premise catered events. Occasional.                               GEB 4110               BA-MAN                       3(3,0)         through the major language skills: listening, speaking, read-
                                                                  Business Plan Preparation: PR: MAN 4802 or                         ing and writing. Open only to students with no experience in
FSS 3008                RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)      GEB 4152. Develop a new venture plan evolving from an              this language. Fall, Spring.
Culture and Cuisine: PR: FSS 2221C and HFT                        original concept through a process that incorporates all
3263. The major historical and geographical developments          the elements of a professionally written business proposal.        GER 1120H                 CAH-LANG                    4(4,1)
that have affected the creation of the cuisines of the world.     Fall, Spring.                                                      Honors Elementary German Language and
Spring.                                                                                                                              Civilization I: PR: Permission of Honors. Introduces
                                                                  GEB 4111                 BA-MAN                      3(3,0)        the student to German culture through the major language
FSS 3124                  RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)      New Venture Finance: PR: MAN 4802 or GEB 4152.                     skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Open only to
Supply and Procurement Management: PR:                            Provides hands-on processes for developing financial infor-        students with no experience in this language. Honors level
HFT 1000 and junior standing or C.I. The purchasing proce-        mation necessary such as budgets and pro forma financial           content. Occasional.
dures, specifications, and controls of food and related prod-     statements to start up a new venture. Odd Fall, Even Spring.
ucts in the hospitality industry. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                                                                        GER 1121C            CAH-LANG                  4(3,1)
                                                                  GEB 4152                 BA-MAN                      3(3,0)        Elementary German Language and Civilization
FSS 3232C              RCHM-HOS                     3(1,3)        Technological Entrepreneurship: PR: Junior                         II: PR: GER 1120C or equivalent. Continuation of GER
Intermediate Techniques of Food Production:                       Standing. Creating business ventures based on novel intel-         1120C. Fall, Spring.
PR: HFT 4206C. An advanced food production course                 lectual property and technological innovation. It addresses
which provides the student the opportunity to develop skills      licensing, venture formation, and strategic alliances as           GER 1121H              CAH-LANG               4(4,1)
in pantry, gardémanager, garnishing, and convenience              potential strategies. Occasional.                                  Honors Elementary German Language and
foods and services. Laboratory class. Occasional. M&S                                                                                Civilization II: PR: GER 1120H or equivalent and
fee: $45.00                                                       GEB 4361              BA-FIN                      3(3,0)           permission of Honors. Continuation of GER 1120H, with
                                                                  Business in the International Environment:                         honors-level content. Occasional.
FSS 4135                RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)         PR: Finance major, FIN 3403C, MAR 3023, MAN 3025.
Corporate Contract and Managed Services                           Provides an overall understanding of the nature, magni-            GER 2200                 CAH-LANG                3(3,1)
Organizations: PR: HFT 3263. The unique characteris-              tude, and importance of the international business sector.         Intermediate German Language and
tics of managed services including contracting, commodity         Occasional.                                                        Civilization I: PR: GER 1121C or equivalent.
purchasing, pricing, and revenue management. Occasional.                                                                             Development of language skills and cultural knowledge at
                                                                  GEB 4363              BA-FIN                    3(3,0)             the intermediate level. Fall, Spring.
FSS 4286C             RCHM-HOS                   3(3,1)           Export and Import Management: PR: Finance
Catering and Banquet Organization: PR: FSS                        major, Junior standing and admission to CBA. Focuses               GER 2201              CAH-LANG                    3(3,1)
2221C and junior standing or CI. Methods and procedures           on the management of export/import business and pro-               Intermediate German Language and
for successful on and off premise catering functions.             vides students with knowledge about international trade.           Civilization II: PR: GER 2200 or equivalent. Continuation
Emphasis on food and beverage preparation, menu plan-             Occasional.                                                        of GER 2200 with emphasis on German civilization. Spring.
ning, service and sales techniques. Laboratory class.
Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                                       GEB 4374                 BA-FIN                     3(3,0)         GER 2210                  CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
                                                                  International Negotiations and Transactions:                       Intensive German Conversation: PR: GER 1121C
GEA 4405                CAH-CAH                    3(3,0)         PR: Finance major, Junior standing and admission to CBA.           or C.I. Practical use of the language, leading toward fluency
Geography of Latin America: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.                  Focuses on providing an understanding of the concepts and          and correctness in speaking. Occasional.
Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean, including           skills required for international negotiations and transac-
geophysical, cultural, economic, and social characteristics       tions. Occasional.                                                 GER 2240               CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)
and processes. Occasional.                                                                                                           German Conversation: PR: GER 2201 or equivalent.
                                                                  GEB 4435                  BA-MAN                     3(3,0)        Development of skills in conversation and comprehension
GEB 1091C              BA-BUS                           2(1,1)    Moral Foundations of Business: PR: MAN 3025                        through practice. Occasional.
Foundations of Leadership: PR: LEAD Scholars                      or C.I. Ethical foundations of business and the relationship
Program. Seminar for LEAD Scholars in the College of              between markets and morality through a comparative analy-          GER 2270                 CAH-LANG                   6(6,0)
Business providing a foundation of leadership, scholarship,       sis of capitalist and socialist ideals. Occasional.                Intermediate German Study Abroad: PR: GER
and service regarding disciplines in the college. Fall, Spring.                                                                      1121C or equivalent. Intermediate German language and
                                                                  GEB 4824                BA-BUS                     3(3,0)          culture taught in the native environment. Occasional.
GEB 2350              BA-MAR                        3(3,0)        Business Law in Sport & Entertainment: PR:
Foundations of Business: Introduction to the U.S.                 SPB 3003. Understanding of the legal issues involved in the        GER 2271                    CAH-LANG                        2(2,0)
business system and the role it plays in a global economy.        operation and management of organizations in the sport and         Modern German Civilization Abroad I: PR: One
Fall.                                                             entertainment industries. Fall.                                    year of College-level German. Key elements of German life:
                                                                                                                                     its artistic, intellectual, scientific, and spiritual contributions
GEB 3031               BA-MAN                    3(3,0)           GEB 5516                BA-MAN                         3(3,0)      to the world via guest lecturers, readings, films, and other
Cornerstone: Professional Skills for                              Technological Entrepreneurship: PR: Graduate                       media. In German. Occasional.
Business: PR: Junior standing. An orientation to oppor-           standing. Focus of the course is on identification, evaluation
tunities and challenges facing managers in contemporary           and commercialization of new technologies. Emphasis will           GER 3102                  CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
business organizations. Introduces competencies of team           be placed on the legal, financial and strategy aspects of          Germany - Past to Present: PR: GER 3760 or
work, communication, creative thinking, and adapting to           technology transfer and development. Occasional.                   GER 3420 or equivalent. Cultural development that shaped
change. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                modern Germany. Students will read and discuss selected
                                                                  GEB 5941               BA-BUS               1.5(1.5,0)             texts from different literary periods and view the influences
GEB 3031L              BA-MAN                       1(0,2)        Professional Business Practicum: PR:                               they had on culture and daily life. Course conducted in
Cornerstone Lab: Professional Skills for                          Acceptance in the graduate program. The practicum is to            German. Occasional.
Business: PR: CBA major/minor or approved major/                  provide a professional business work experience for stu-
minor CR: GEB 3031. Students apply concepts and prin-             dents entering the MBA program without such experience.            GER 3272                    CAH-LANG                        2(2,0)
ciples introduced in GEB 3031 and related skills essential to     Occasional.                                                        Modern German Civilization Abroad II: PR:
academic and professional success. Fall, Spring.                                                                                     GER 2201 or equivalent. Key elements of German life:
                                                                  GEO 1200                  ECS-CECE                   3(3,0)        its artistic, intellectual, scientific, and spiritual contributions
GEB 3113              BA-MAN                     3(3,0)           Physical Geography: Basic physical elements of                     to the world via guest lecturers, readings, films, and other
How to Start a Business: PR: Sophomore Standing.                  geography, including climate, landforms, soils, natural veg-       media. In German. Occasional.
Provides background and tools necessary to understand             etation, minerals, and their integrated patterns of world
and participate in the entrepreneurial process within a           distribution. Fall, Spring.                                        GER 3420              CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)
large company, new venture, or growing a small business.                                                                             Intensive German Composition: PR: GER
Occasional.                                                                                                                          2201 or equivalent. Development of skills in composition.
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                                                                                                                                  Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
GER 3440              CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)            GEY 5007               CON-NURS                  3(3,0)           GRA 3102C               CAH-ART                      3(2,4)
Business German I: PR: GER 2200. Introduction                     Women and Healthy Aging: PR: Graduate standing                    Intermediate Graphic Design I: PR: Acceptance
to German business language and practices. Occasional.            or senior undergraduate. The examination of the health            in Graphic Design Specialization and ART 2201C, ART
                                                                  promotion opportunities and bio-psycho-social challenges          2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and a satisfactory portfolio
GER 3441             CAH-LANG            3(3,0)                   of women as they age. Spring.                                     review or C.I. Methods related to studio projects in graphic
Business German II: PR: GER 3440. Continuation of                                                                                   design. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00
Business German I. Occasional.                                    GEY 5600               ED-TLP                        3(3,0)
                                                                  Physiology of Aging: PR: BSC 2010C or PCB 3703C                   GRA 3112C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)
GER 3470               CAH-LANG                      6(6,0)       or PET 4351C or equivalent. The purpose of this course is to      Intermediate Graphic Design II: PR: Acceptance
Advanced German Study Abroad: PR: GER                             develop the student’s understanding of the effects of human       in Graphic Design Specialization, ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
2201. Advanced German grammar in the context of con-              aging on various body systems. Occasional.                        ART 2300C, ART 2301C, PGY 2401C, GRA 3102C and
versation and composition taught in the native environment.                                                                         a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. Further development
Occasional.                                                       GEY 5648                HPA-SOWK                     3(3,0)       of studio techniques and problems in graphic design with
                                                                  Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Approach:                       emphasis on digital prepress. Spring. M&S fee: $43.50
GER 3760                  CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)        PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. The study
Advanced German Oral Communication: PR:                           of aging will be presented from man interdisciplinary and         GRA 3202C               CAH-ART                       3(2,4)
GER 2201 or equivalent. Vocabulary building with sys-             multidisciplinary approach spanning the social sciences and       Type & Design: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART
tematic training in diction and locution. Speeches and oral       health. Occasional.                                               2300C, ART 2301C. A survey of type, calligraphy and letter
presentations as well as production and delivery of real-life                                                                       forms and their appropriate use as subject matter for graphic
dialogues. Even Fall.                                             GIS 3043C                  UGST-INTERDISC            3(2,2)       design and publication. Fall, Odd Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
                                                                  GIS for Environmental Studies: PR: CGS 1060C
GER 3780            CAH-LANG               3(3,0)                 and BSC 2010C, or C.I. Geographic Information Systems             GRA 3803C              CAH-ART                       3(2,4)
German Phonetics and Diction: PR: GER 2240.                       (GIS) technology for environmental analysis. GIS theory           Intermediate Computer Graphic Design: PR:
The fundamental principles of German pronunciation.               with training using ArcGIS, including environmental analysis      Acceptance in Graphic Design specialization and ART
Occasional.                                                       and facility sitting studies. Odd Fall.                           2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, GRA
                                                                                                                                    2140C, and a satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. The use
GER 4422             CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)             GIS 4035C             ECS-CECE                     3(2,2)         of computer graphic systems for electronic publication. Fall.
Advanced German Grammar: PR: GER 3760,                            Remote Sensing of the Environment: PR:
or any other 3000 level German course. An accelerated             GEO 1200 or C.I. Interpretation and application of remote         GRA 4119C              CAH-ART                      3(2,4)
grammar course designated for advanced students of the            sensor imagery to physical, economic, and urban analysis.         Packaging Design and Display Systems: PR:
German language. Occasional.                                      Occasional.                                                       Acceptance in Graphic Design Concentration and GRA
                                                                                                                                    3102C. The visual concepts of packaging design and
GER 4510                  CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)    GIS 4301C                UGST-INTERDISC              4(2,2)       display systems. Exploration of materials, structures, func-
Life and Culture in Nazi Germany: PR: C.I.                        Advanced GIS Applications in Environmental                        tion and semantic aspects of the packaging industry.
Confrontation with the development of national socialist          Studies: PR: GIS 3043C. GIS analysis techniques used              Occasional.
ideas and their realization in everyday life and culture. Given   in environmental science, including raster overlay site suit-
in German. Occasional.                                            ability modeling, least-cost optimum paths, 3D digital eleva-     GRA 4154C                   CAH-ART                      3(2,4)
                                                                  tion models, network routing and geostatistical analysis.         Advanced Illustration: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
GER 4520               CAH-LANG                  3(3,0)           Occasional.                                                       ART 2300C, ART 2301C, GRA 2151C, and a satisfactory
Modern Germany: PR: Given in German. An intro-                                                                                      portfolio review or C.I. Illustration problems involving the use
duction to the history of postwar Germany from the two            GLY 1030               COS-CHEM                    3(3,0)         of advanced level techniques in illustration media. May be
Germanies to unification and today’s Germany. Occasional.         Geology and its Applications: Geologic principles,                repeated for credit. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00
                                                                  applications, and hazards including: gemstones, rock cycle,
GEW 3100                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)       moving continents, mountain building, metal ores, fossil          GRA 4196C                CAH-ART                        3(2,4)
Survey of German Literature I: PR: GER 2201 or                    fuels, groundwater, sinkholes, beach erosion, landslides,         Advanced Graphic Design: PR: Acceptance in
equivalent. Main literary currents and works from the Middle      earthquakes, tidal waves, volcanism. Fall, Spring.                Graphic Design Specialization, ART 2201C, ART 2203C,
Ages through 19th Century Romanticism. Occasional.                                                                                  ART 2300C, ART 2301C, PGY 2401C, GRA 3102C, GRA
                                                                  GRA 2101C               CAH-ART                      3(2,4)       3112C, GRA 3803C, GRA 2151C or ART 3332C, and a sat-
GEW 3101                CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)         Introduction to Computer Art: PR: ART 2823 or                     isfactory portfolio review, or C.I. Practical studio problems,
Survey of German Literature II: PR: GER 2201                      C.I. Priority given to students whose major requires this         with emphasis on organization of visual design elements.
or equivalent. Main literary currents and works from 19th         course. The principles underlying the generation and display      Fall. M&S fee: $43.50
Century Realism to the present. Occasional.                       of graphical pictures by computer. Topics include graphical
                                                                  software packages and graphics systems. Fall, Spring.             GRA 4197C                CAH-ART                    3(2,4)
GEW 3370               CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)         M&S fee: $15.00                                                   Special Problems in Graphic Design: PR:
Short Story: PR: GER 2201 or equivalent. German short                                                                               Acceptance in Graphic Design Specialization and ART
prose works of the 19th and 20th centuries. Occasional.           GRA 2101H             CAH-ART                     3(2,4)          2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, PGY 2401C,
                                                                  Honors Introduction to Computer Art: PR: ART                      GRA 3102C, GRA 3112C, GRA 3803C, GRA 4196C, GRA
GEW 3480                CAH-LANG                3(3,0)            2823 and Consent of Honors. The principles underlying the         2151C or ART 3332C, GRA 4154C or ART 4320C, and a
German Post-War Literature: PR: GER 2201. This                    generation and display of graphical pictures by computer.         satisfactory portfolio review, or C.I. Advanced problems in
course examines the works of German, Austrian and Swiss           Topics include graphical software packages and graph-             visual design and reproduction. May be repeated for credit.
writers after World War II. Occasional.                           ics systems. With Honors content. Occasional. M&S fee:            Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
                                                                  $15.00
GEW 4482                CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)                                                                         GRA 4802C                CAH-ART                     3(2,4)
German Children’s Literature: PR: GER 2200.                       GRA 2111C               CAH-ART                 3(2,4)            Advanced Computer Graphic Design: PR:
A look into the history of German children’s literature with      Graphic Design I: PR: ART 2201C. Basic principles,                Acceptance in Graphic Design Specialization and ART
a concentration on works after World War II. Occasional.          concepts, and techniques in graphic design and art for            2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, PGY 2401C,
                                                                  visual publication. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                   GRA 3102C, GRA 3112C, GRA 3803C, GRA 4196C, GRA
GEW 4531                  CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)                                                                       2151C or ART 3332C, GRA 4154C or ART 4320C, and a
The Age of Goethe and Schiller: PR: GER 2201.                     GRA 2140C                CAH-ART                    3(2,4)        satisfactory portfolio review or C.I. Problems involving the
Selected texts of Goethe and Schiller are examined, with          Computer Graphic Design: PR: Acceptance in                        use of advanced computer graphic systems for electronic
particular attention to their relationship to both German clas-   Graphic Design Concentration, GRA 3102C, ART 2201C,               publication. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $15.00
sicism and German romanticism. Occasional.                        ART 2203C, ART 2300C, ART 2301C, and a satisfactory
                                                                  portfolio review or C.I. Problems involving the use of com-       GRE 1120H               CAH-LANG                      4(4,0)
GEY 3001                HPA-SOWK                    3(3,0)        puter graphic systems for visual publication. Occasional.         Elementary Greek Language and Civilization
Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Overview:                       M&S fee: $15.00                                                   I: PR: Permission of Honors. Introduces students to
PR: Junior standing or C.I. Study of aging from an inter-                                                                           Classical Greek Literature and civilization through the study
disciplinary perspective that bridges social and behavioral       GRA 2151C             CAH-ART                        3(2,4)       of grammar and syntax and extensive readings of Greek
sciences, nursing, social work, allied health, and natural        Illustration: PR: ART 2201C, ART 2203C, ART 2300C,                texts. Occasional.
sciences. May be repeated for credit. Fall.                       ART 2301C. Pictorial and representational illustration using
                                                                  various media and techniques. Occasional.                         GRE 1121H              CAH-LANG                  4(4,1)
GEY 3326H             COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)                                                                           Elementary Greek Language and Civilization
Honors Images of Aging: PR: Advanced standing in                  GRA 2190C               CAH-ART                     3(2,4)        II: PR: GRE 1120H and permission of Honors. Continuation
the Honors College and consent of Honors. Interdisciplinary       Design in Advertising: PR: ART 2201C. Principles                  of Elementary Greek I. Occasional.
examination of issues in aging exploring how the various          and techniques. Not open to art majors specializing in
images of aging are reflected across the natural sciences,        graphic design. Intended for visual arts education majors         GRE 2220H              CAH-LANG                 4(4,0)
social sciences and humanities. With Honors content.              and general university elective. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00       Introduction to Greek Literature: PR: GRE 1121H
Occasional.                                                                                                                         and permission of Honors. Readings in selected original
                                                                                                                                    Greek texts, e.g., Plato’s apology. May be repeated for
                                                                                                                                    credit. Occasional.




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                                                                                                                                  Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                  UCF Courses and Descriptions
HAI 1120                  CAH-LANG                     4(4,0)     HFT 3263                RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)         HFT 3515               RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)
Elementary Haitian Language and Culture I:                        Restaurant Management: PR: HFT 1000, FSS                          Reservations Sales & Marketing: PR: HFT 1000,
Introduction to Haitian culture through the major language        2221C, and junior standing or CI. Discussion of the topics        HFT 2500 or CI. Provides insight to all aspects of planning,
skills; listening, speaking, reading and writing. Occasional.     integral for the successful management of restaurant and          performing and measuring room sales activities. Focus will
                                                                  food service organizations. Fall, Spring.                         be to manage all distribution channels to maximize profit-
HAI 1121              CAH-LANG                   4(4,0)                                                                             ability. Odd Fall.
Elementary Haitian Language and Culture II:                       HFT 3273              RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)
PR: HAI 1120. A continuation of HAI 1120. Occasional.             Principles of Resort Timesharing: PR: HFT 1000                    HFT 3517              RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)
                                                                  and junior standing or C.I. Principles of resort timeshare        Convention and Conference Sales: PR: HFT
HBR 1120                 CAH-JUD                         4(4,0)   operations and ownership. Fall, Spring.                           2750, HFT 2500 and junior standing or C.I. In-depth under-
Elementary Modern Hebrew Language and                                                                                               standing of the sales process for the convention market.
Culture I: Designed to initiate the student to the major          HFT 3285              RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)          Covers the people, methods, materials and equipment
language skills; listening, speaking, reading and writing, as     International        Restaurant         Corporation               needed. Fall.
well as to constitute an introduction to Israeli culture. Fall.   Management: PR: HFT 3263. The specific principles
                                                                  of managing a restaurant corporation in the international         HFT 3519                 RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)
HBR 1121            CAH-JUD                    4(4,0)             foodservice marketplace. Occasional.                              Event Services: PR: HFT 2750 or C.I. In-depth under-
Elementary Modern Hebrew Language and                                                                                               standing of the acquisition and management of services
Culture II: PR: HBR 1120 or equivalent. Continuation of           HFT 3323                  RCHM-HSP SERV           3(3,0)          integral to successful events, including conventions, confer-
HBR 1120. Spring.                                                 Hospitality Physical Plant Management: PR:                        ences and catered functions. Fall, Spring.
                                                                  Junior standing. Analysis of operational problems related
HBR 2200                  CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)     to the physical plant and structure of enterprises in the         HFT 3523                RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)
Intermediate Modern Hebrew I: PR: HBR 1121                        hospitality industry. Spring.                                     Event Sales: PR: HFT 2500 and HFT 3519, or C.I.
or equivalent. Designed to continue the study of Modern                                                                             In-depth look at the sales process for events, including the
Hebrew; increase proficiency in conversation, reading and         HFT 3353               RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)          development of requests for proposals, negotiation skills
writing skills, and further expose students to Israeli culture.   Golf Planning & Operations I: PR: HFT 2359.                       and sales strategies. Fall, Spring.
Occasional.                                                       Customer relations concepts, an effective golf instruction
                                                                  program, and characteristics of effective merchandising &         HFT 3540                RCHM-HSP SERV                    3(3,0)
HBR 2201                CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)       inventory procedures. Occasional.                                 Guest Services Management I: PR: Junior stand-
Intermediate Modern Hebrew II: PR: HBR 2200.                                                                                        ing or C.I. The study of making decisions from the guest’s
Further development of modern Hebrew language skills in           HFT 3354               RCHM-TEA                  3(3,0)           point of view in the hospitality industry. Fall, Spring.
listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Occasional.            Agronomy for Golf Course Management: PR:
                                                                  HFT 3353. Primary roles and responsibilities of the golf          HFT 3574               RCHM-HOS                  3(3,0)
HBR 3250                CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)       course superintendent. Occasional.                                Food Service Marketing Advertising and
Biblical Hebrew: PR: HBR 1121 or C.I. Grammatical                                                                                   Promotion Management: PR: HFT 2500 and HFT
and syntactical structure of Biblical Hebrew. Occasional.         HFT 3355              RCHM-TEA                      3(3,0)        3263. Covers pricing, promotion, menu and product devel-
                                                                  Golf Planning & Operations II: PR: HFT 3353.                      opment. Occasional.
HBR 3410                CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)         Merchandising and inventory control, golf swing philosophy
Conversational Israeli Hebrew: PR: HBR 1120,                      and leadership models. Occasional.                                HFT 3603                 RCHM-HSP SERV             3(3,0)
HBR 1121 or equivalent, CI. Study and practice of contem-                                                                           Legal Environment in the Hospitality and
porary conversational Israeli Hebrew. Occasional.                 HFT 3357               RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)          Tourism Industry: PR: C.I. Principles of law as related
                                                                  Golf Event Operations: PR: HFT 1356; HFT 1000;                    to the Hospitality/Tourism Industry. Fall, Spring.
HFT 1000                RCHM-HSP SERV              3(3,0)         HFT 2500. Develop, plan, and organize golf tournaments of
Introduction to the Hospitality and Tourism                       all types. Occasional.                                            HFT 3610               RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)
Industry: An orientation to the hotel, restaurant, and                                                                              Law and Restaurant Management: PR: HFT
travel industry, and its history, structure, and operating        HFT 3373                RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)         3603 and HFT 3263. Emphasis on regulatory, case and
procedures. Fall, Spring.                                         Event Design, Production & Technology: PR:                        administrative law. Compliance, prevention, and remedial
                                                                  HFT 1000, HFT 2750, and HFT 3670, or C.I. Aspects of              actions are stressed. Occasional.
HFT 1356                  RCHM-TEA                 3(3,0)         event production, including art, design and staging. How
Concepts and Practices of Golf Associations:                      technology is used in the event industry to increase effec-       HFT 3654                 RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)
PR: Admission to Professional Golf Management Program;            tiveness and productivity. Fall, Spring.                          Franchising in the Restaurant Industry: PR:
CR HFT 1000. Philosophies and ideals of the Professional                                                                            Restaurant Management Core or C.I. Addresses the legal
Golfers Association of America and the importance of the          HFT 3374                RCHM-TEA                      3(3,0)      requirements for franchising, contract rates, responsibilities,
rules of golf as related to rules decisions. Fall.                Multi Media Applications in Exhibitions: PR:                      size, structure, and history. Fall.
                                                                  HFT 1000, HFT 2750, or C.I. The management of the audio
HFT 2220                  RCHM-HSP SERV              3(3,0)       and visual process of a large exhibition. Occasional.             HFT 3670               RCHM-TEA                 3(3,0)
Hospitality Human Resources Management:                                                                                             Hospitality and Event Risk Management: PR:
Application of strategic principles of human resources to the     HFT 3384               RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)        HFT 1000 and HFT 2750; or C.I. Risk, crisis, and liability
hospitality tourism setting. Fall, Spring.                        Golf and Club Enterprises Management: PR:                         issues that may arise in the planning and management of
                                                                  HFT 1000 and FSS 2221C. Comprehensive examination of              special events, meetings, conventions, and exhibitions.
HFT 2254                RCHM-HOS                     3(3,0)       the golf and club management industry, its related national       Occasional.
Lodging Operations: PR: HFT 1000. Basic prin-                     and international associations, and career path opportuni-
ciples of operating a lodging facility including accounting,      ties. Occasional.                                                 HFT 3700                 RCHM-TEA                      3(3,0)
housekeeping, engineering, front desk, and guest services.                                                                          Tourism Management: PR: HFT 1000 and junior
Fall, Spring.                                                     HFT 3431                RCHM-HSP SERV               3(3,0)        standing or C.I. Analysis of the tourism phenomenon in con-
                                                                  Hospitality industry Managerial Accounting:                       temporary societies. An exploration of major concepts about
HFT 2359                RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)       PR: HFT 2401 and junior standing or C.I. Presentation,            tourism as an inter-linked industry composed of many sec-
Design & Maintenance of Golf Equipment:                           interpretation, and analysis of internal and external hos-        tors within both the private and public sectors. Fall, Spring.
Knowledge and application of golf club design principles and      pitality industry financial reports affecting management
club repair procedures. Occasional.                               decisions using hospitality industry systems of accounting.       HFT 3741               RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)
                                                                  Fall, Spring.                                                     Meeting Management: PR: HFT 4753 and HFT 4754.
HFT 2401                RCHM-HSP SERV                3(3,0)                                                                         The process of meeting planning, from setting objectives to
Hospitality Industry Financial Accounting:                        HFT 3443                 RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)       analyzing the success of the event. Fall, Spring.
Basic understanding of financial accounting and specifically      Event Technology: PR: HFT 1000 and HFT 2750; or
hospitality industry accounting concepts and procedures           C.I. Use of technology in the event industry to solidify pro-     HFT 3770                RCHM-TEA                      3(3,0)
used in hotels, restaurants and clubs. Fall, Spring.              cesses and help people be more productive. Covers types           Cruise Line Operations and Management:
                                                                  of technology for different event processes. Occasional.          PR: HFT 1000 and junior standing or C.I. Understanding of
HFT 2500              RCHM-HSP SERV                 3(3,0)                                                                          cruise company operations and management. Shipboard
Hospitality and Tourism Marketing: PR:                            HFT 3444              RCHM-HSP SERV                 3(3,0)        organization and delivery of the cruise product to the guest.
HFT 1000. The application of marketing concepts to the            Hospitality Information Systems: PR: CGS                          Occasional.
Hospitality and Tourism Industry. Special emphasis on             2100C, HFT 2254, and HFT 3263; or C.I. Focuses on
marketing planning and strategic marketing. Fall, Spring.         management functions and practices, information systems           HFT 3785                 RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)
                                                                  and technology in hospitality. Higher tech for higher touch       Management of Gaming Enterprises: PR: Junior
HFT 2750                RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)       building on computer literacy and operation knowledge.            level standing. an in-depth study of gaming-based organiza-
The Event Industry: Overview of meetings, conven-                 Fall, Spring.                                                     tions including cruise ships, Indian reservation casinos, and
tions, special events and exhibitions including the roles of                                                                        others. The history and development of gaming organiza-
organizations and people involved in the businesses that          HFT 3512                RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)         tions, the economics, social, and cultural impact of gaming
comprise this industry. Fall, Spring.                             Event Promotion: PR: HFT 1000, HFT 2750, and HFT                  and managerial challenges and opportunities in the industry.
                                                                  2500; or C.I. Promotion of events to sponsors, attendees,         Occasional.
                                                                  exhibitors and other participants. Occasional.




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HFT 3792               RCHM-TEA                       3(3,0)    HFT 4275               RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)            HFT 4432               RCHM-HSP SERV                  3(3,0)
Event Design and Production: PR: HFT 1000,                      Development of Vacation Ownership Resorts:                          Hospitality Industry Auditing: PR: HFT 3431
HFT 2750, HFT 3443, and HFT 3670; or C.I. The many              PR: HFT 3273 and HFT 4473 or C.I. Comprehensive                     Hospitality Industry Managerial Accounting. Provides
aspects of event production, including art, design, and stag-   analysis of applied theories, principles, and techniques            basic fundamentals of eliminating fraud and saving money
ing. Provides hands on practical experience. Occasional.        used in the planning and development of vacation resorts.           through proper internal controls in the hospitality industry.
                                                                Occasional.                                                         Occasional.
HFT 3798                  RCHM-TEA                3(3,0)
Fairs and Festivals: PR: HFT 1000 and HFT 2750; or              HFT 4277               RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)            HFT 4442               RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)
C.I. Evolution of modern day exhibitions and trade shows        Yacht, Country, And City Club Management:                           Vacation Ownership Reservations and
from fairs and festivals. Occasional.                           PR: HFT 1000 and junior standing or C.I. A study of the             Database Systems: PR: HFT 1000, HFT 3273, HFT
                                                                history, development, operation and management of Yacht,            4522, HFT 4274 or C.I. Tactics and strategies necessary
HFT 3807               RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)       Country and City Clubs. Emphasis will be placed on opera-           for owner exchange, information transmittal, and financial
Multi-Unit Food Service Operations: PR: HFT                     tional aspects. Fall.                                               reporting. Occasional.
1000 and junior standing or C.I. The strategy and manage-
rial aspects of chain restaurant management, including          HFT 4281                 RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)         HFT 4457                RCHM-HSP SERV                 3(3,0)
organization development, brand building, and industry          Restaurant Leadership Strategies and                                Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Controls:
segments. Spring.                                               Tactics: PR: Hospitality Management Core and                        PR: HFT 3431 Hospitality Industry Managerial Accounting.
                                                                Restaurant Management Core or C.I. An analysis of the               Provides students with basic fundamentals of food, bever-
HFT 3834                RCHM-HSP SERV              3(3,0)       leadership styles of restaurant industry founders and execu-        age, and labor cost control systems in the hospitality indus-
Topics in Restaurant and Foodservice                            tives. Fall, Spring.                                                try. Fall, Even Spring.
Management: PR: HFT 3263 and FSS 2221C. Guest
lecture series covering contemporary issues in the various      HFT 4284                 RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)          HFT 4464                RCHM-HSP SERV                3(3,0)
segments of the foodservice industry. Odd Spring.               Training and Employee Performance in the                            Hospitality Industry Finance: PR: HFT 3431
                                                                Foodservice Industry: PR: HFT 2220; HFT 3540;                       and junior standing or C.I. Working knowledge of finance
HFT 3868                RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)    HFT 4266; HFT 4268; HFT 4343; FSS 3124; FSS 4135.                   concepts and theories applicable to the Hospitality Industry
History and Culture of Wine: PR: World History                  Teaching and training methodologies relative to the service         including evaluating management contracts, franchising,
course or C.I. The role that wine has played in the history,    positions in a restaurant. Encompasses training techniques,         and leasing. Odd Fall, Odd Spring.
culture, and religion of diverse civilizations. Fall, Spring.   guest interaction, and assessment of service performance.
M&S fee: $45.00                                                 Occasional.                                                         HFT 4468                  RCHM-HSP SERV               3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                    Hospitality Industry Revenue Management:
HFT 3933               RCHM-RCHM                     1(1,0)     HFT 4286                  RCHM-HSP SERV               3(3,0)        PR: HFT 2254 and HFT 3431. Revenue management
Distinguished Lectures in Hospitality                           Hospitality Communications: PR: HFT 1000; HFT                       practices in hospitality organizations which include capacity
Management: PR: HFT 1000, Junior standing. First                2220; FSS 2221C; HFT 2254; HFT 2500; HFT 3603; HFT                  management, revenue forecasting, discounting, overbook-
hand introduction to hospitality leaders, their perspectives    2750; HFT 2401; HFT 3444; HFT 3540. Communication                   ing and rate management. Fall, Spring.
on the segments they represent, and the breadth of those        exchanges in the hospitality industry for effective presenta-
segments. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                             tions, conflict resolution, and report writing. Emphasis on         HFT 4473                 RCHM-HSP SERV               3(3,0)
                                                                inter departmental dependence by managers in hospitality            Hotel Development Analysis: PR: HFT 3431 and
HFT 3949                RCHM-RCHM              0-5(0,1-5)       enterprises in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, and         junior standing or C.I. Review of methodological operation,
Cooperative Education: Provides paid, pre-profes-               listening. Fall, Spring.                                            financial, and marketing aspects of analyses for hotel devel-
sional work experience related to the students’ major while                                                                         opment projects. Occasional.
they continue to attend school. Requires achievement of         HFT 4295                  RCHM-HSP SERV           3(3,0)
major-related learning objectives. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.    Leadership and Strategic Management in                              HFT 4522                RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)
                                                                Hospitality Industry: PR: Completion of Hospitality                 Vacation Ownership Resort Sales Tactics
HFT 4206C                RCHM-HOS                  3(3,1)       Management Core program. Principles of strategic decision           and Strategies: PR: HFT 1000, HFT 3273 or C.I. Sales
Hospitality Operations: PR: Junior Standing or                  making in various hospitality and tourism organizations;            tactics and corporate strategies employed in the sales and
C.I. An integration of lodging and food service operations      lectures, class discussions, and group case analysis pre-           marketing of vacation ownership properties. Occasional.
providing students with a comprehensive knowledge of            sentations. Fall, Spring.
these related content areas; food service lab component.                                                                            HFT 4532                RCHM-TEA                       3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                     HFT 4298                 RCHM-HSP SERV          3(3,0)              Managing the Employee Experience in the
                                                                Hospitality Business Consulting: PR: HFT 1000                       Theme Park and Attraction Industry: PR: HFT
HFT 4253                   RCHM-HOS                3(3,0)       and junior standing or C.I. A systematic approach to                4755 and junior standing or C.I. Managing staffing needs,
Hotel Operations: PR: HFT 1000; HFT 2220; FSS                   Hospitality Management. Students apply their cumulative             supervision, communication, legal compliance, and reten-
2221C; HFT 2254; HFT 2500; HFT 3603; HFT 2750; HFT              knowledge in an active learning environment in a small              tion in the theme parks and attraction industry. Fall.
2401; HFT 3444; HFT 3540. Provides the advanced student         hospitality operation. Occasional.
with first-hand knowledge of the day-to-day operations of                                                                           HFT 4561               RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)
a hotel property. Reconciles conflicts between theory and       HFT 4343                  RCHM-HSP SERV               3(3,0)        Destination Marketing: PR: HFT 2500 and HFT
practice in a real life hotel. Spring.                          Hospitality Facilities Planning and Design:                         3700. Development of destination-oriented marketing goals
                                                                PR: HFT 1000, HFT 2254 and junior standing; or C.I.                 and strategies with an emphasis on integrated destination
HFT 4255               RCHM-HOS                     3(3,0)      Principles of facility planning, layout and design for dining,      marketing. Covers trends and challenges influencing desti-
Advanced Hotel Development: PR: HFT 4464,                       kitchen, guest room, lobby, and service areas. Odd Fall.            nation marketing. Occasional.
HFT 4473, or C.I. Hotel investment practices, risk manage-
ment and other investment decision factors. Occasional.         HFT 4358                 RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)        HFT 4614                  RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)
                                                                Golf Course Facility Design: PR: HFT 3355. Golf                     Risk Management in Theme Parks and
HFT 4266               RCHM-HOS                     3(3,0)      course and golf facility design from a functional perspective       Attractions: PR: HFT 4755 and HFT 3603; or C.I.
Restaurant Brand Management: PR: HFT 3263                       and from a perspective of form. Occasional.                         Examines principles and issues related to the nature and
and junior standing or C.I. Exploration of the principles of                                                                        mitigation of risks at theme parks and attractions. Covers all
brand management for the corporate restaurant industry.         HFT 4375               RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)          theme park operating departments. Occasional.
Occasional.                                                     Advanced Trade Show Management: PR: HFT
                                                                4754 or C.I. Trade show installation, floor management              HFT 4645                RCHM-HOS                  3(3,0)
HFT 4268             RCHM-HOS                    3(3,0)         and dismantling/shipping. Pre-event logistics and on-site           Restaurant Real Estate, Site Selection, and
Case Studies in Restaurant Management: PR:                      management of critical success factors. Occasional.                 Modeling.: PR: Hospitality and Restaurant Management
HFT 3263 and junior standing or C.I. Application of case                                                                            Cores or C.I. Explains the management systems for finding,
study methodology to advanced topics in restaurant and          HFT 4413                  RCHM-HSP SERV                 3(3,0)      evaluating, securing, and developing dynamic restaurant
food service management. Fall, Spring.                          Technology Applications for Hospitality                             real estate locations. Occasional.
                                                                Management: PR: HFT 3444 Hospitality Information
HFT 4269               RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)        Systems. Provides students with fundamental information             HFT 4722                 RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)
Case Studies in Multi-Unit Restaurant                           system concepts and techniques for effective applications           Travel Agency Management: PR: Junior Standing.
Management: PR: HFT 3263. Application of case study             to strategic thinking in hospitality organizations. Odd Spring.     The trends operation management procedures and prac-
methodology to advanced topics in chain or multi-unit res-                                                                          tices of travel agents. Emphasis on tools utilized in agency
taurant and foodservice operations. Occasional.                 HFT 4425               RCHM-HSP SERV                3(3,0)          operations. Occasional.
                                                                Financial Analysis for Restaurant Managers:
HFT 4274                RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)    PR: HFT 2401, HFT 3431, and HFT 3263. Topics of                     HFT 4732                RCHM-TEA                 3(3,0)
Vacation Ownership Resort Management: PR:                       unit level economics, budgeting, valuation of restaurant            Tourism Impact Analysis: PR: HFT 3700.
HFT 1000, HFT 3273, HFT 4522 or C.I. Comprehensive              enterprises, ownership models, franchising finance, and             Quantitative impact analysis of tourism as an industry in
analysis of applied theories, principles, and techniques used   securing access to capital through debt and equity markets.         the regional/national economy along the tourism satellite
in the management of vacation resorts. Occasional.              Occasional.                                                         accounts concept. Fall, Spring.

                                                                                                                                    HFT 4735                RCHM-TEA                      3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                    Tourism Geography: PR: HFT 3700 and junior
                                                                                                                                    standing or C.I. A seminar discussing the main geographi-
                                                                                                                                    cal tourism destinations in U.S. and the World. Fall, Spring.


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HFT 4736               RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)        HFT 4844                RCHM-HOS                     3(3,0)        HIM 4656C             HPA-HMI                     3(2,2)
Destination Management: PR: HFT 3700. Principles                Sanitation in the Food Service Industry: PR:                       Health Information Management Systems: PR:
and issues related to destination management; strate-           HFT 1000 and junior standing or C.I. Causes and prevention         HSA 4191 or C.I. Vitalization of computerized information
gies and processes involving design, operations, distribu-      of food spoilage and food borne illnesses. Includes National       systems, management and patient care in the health care
tion, networking and impact of tourism at the destination.      Restaurant Association (NRA) certification. Occasional.            industry, systems analysis, system design and project
Occasional.                                                                                                                        management concepts. Fall, Spring.
                                                                HFT 4861C                 RCHM-HOS                     3(3,1)
HFT 4753                 RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)     Beverage Management: PR: Minimum age of 21 by                      HIM 4676                HPA-HMI                      3(3,0)
Convention and Conference Services: PR:                         the first day of class and junior standing. The origin produc-     Professional Development and Issues in
HFT 3517 and junior standing or C.I. Provides an in-depth       tion, storing, marketing, and control of beverages in the          Health Information Management: PR: HIM
understanding of the acquisition and management of ser-         hospitality industry. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                      4344C, HIM 4508C. Analysis of management functions in
vices (food and beverage, audio visual, transportation, etc.)                                                                      health care setting; the HIM professional as an educator;
integral to effective convention and conference operations.     HFT 4864                 RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)         problem-solving techniques; professional ethics; alternative
Spring.                                                         Seminar in Quality Brewing and Fine Beer:                          careers. Spring.
                                                                PR: HFT 1000, HFT 3263. Minimum age of 21. The produc-
HFT 4754               RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)      tion and service of malt beverages. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00        HIM 4816C                HPA-HP                  3(1,4)
Exhibit and Trade Show Operations: PR: HFT                                                                                         Professional Practice Experience II: PR: HIM
2750 and junior standing or C.I. Provides an in-depth study     HFT 4865               RCHM-HOS                      3(3,0)        3806C and CR: HIM 4226C, HIM 4256C, HIM 4344C, and
of exhibit and trade show operations. Focuses on both           Advanced Wine Management: PR: HFT 4866C or                         HIM 4508C. Transcription; coding; quality improvement;
supply and demand pertaining to exhibits and trade shows.       C.I. Advanced study of viticulture, enology and wine regions       risk management; human resources; statistics; accrediting
Fall, Spring.                                                   of the world. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                          and licensing; revenue management cycle; medical staff
                                                                                                                                   organization. Fall, Spring.
HFT 4755                RCHM-TEA                 3(3,0)         HFT 4866C               RCHM-HOS                     3(3,1)
Theme Park and Attraction Management: PR:                       Exploring Wines of the World: PR: HFT 1000; HFT                    HIM 4838               HPA-HMI                     5(0,15)
HFT 1000 and junior standing or C.I. An in-depth study          3263; and Age of 21; or C.I. Using senses to evaluate wines,       Management Affiliation: PR: All other required
of the theme park and attraction industry, focusing on          methodology of tasting and evaluating wines, growing, pro-         courses. Assignment to a selected health care facility
resources, ride operations, merchandising, food services,       cessing, and production of grape varieties used in making          serving in an administrative capacity under the direction of
and architectural design. Fall, Spring.                         wine. Odd Fall, Even Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                       a Registered Record Administrator; lab exercises; compre-
                                                                                                                                   hensive exam. Fall, Spring.
HFT 4757               RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)       HFT 4894                RCHM-HOS                   3(3,0)
Event Management: PR: HFT 3670, HFT 3512, HFT                   International Gastronomy: PR: FSS 2221C, HFT                       HIM 5118C                HPA-HMI                     4(3,1)
3373 HFT 3523, HFT 3519, or C.I. Event planning, including      3700, and C.I. A world view of culture and cuisine that            Health Care Informatics and Information
how organizations use events to achieve strategic objec-        includes an international travel component. May be used in         Technology: PR: Admission to M.S. in Health Care
tives. Students plan and execute events that meet and/or        the degree program a maximum of 2 times. Spring.                   Informatics or C.I. An overview of information systems in
exceed industry standards. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $37.00                                                                           healthcare and information technology in healthcare deci-
                                                                HFT 4949                RCHM-RCHM              0-5(0,1-5)          sion making. Ethical, planning and legal issues of informat-
HFT 4759             RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)         Cooperative Education: Provides paid, pre-profes-                  ics will be explored. Fall.
Product Development in Theme Parks and                          sional work experience related to the students’ major while
Attractions: PR: HFT 4755 and junior standing or C.I.           they continue to attend school. Requires achievement of            HIS 3462                CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
The strategic management process associated with product        major-related learning objectives. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.       History of Science: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001
development in the theme parks and attraction industry.                                                                            or C.I. Examines past and present science, scientific
Occasional.                                                     HIM 3006               HPA-HMI                      3(3,0)         thought, and the relationship between science and society.
                                                                Foundations           of     Health       Information              Occasional.
HFT 4762                RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)      Management (HIM): PR: Acceptance into upper-
Current Practices in the Airline Industry: PR:                  division limited access HIM program or C.I. Foundation             HIS 3949               CAH-HIST                  0(0,8)
Junior standing. A survey of the U.S. and International         of profession; release of information; record analysis;            Cooperative Education in History: PR:
airline industry. Emphasis on the organization and manage-      numbering and filing systems; standards for long-term care;        Departmental permission required before registering.
ment functions of the airlines. Occasional.                     ambulatory care; and mental health records. Fall, Spring.          Cooperative education experience in history. Graded S/U.
                                                                                                                                   May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
HFT 4786                RCHM-TEA             3(3,0)             HIM 3116C                HPA-HMI                    4(3,2)
Managing the Guest Experience in the Theme                      Health Record Organization and Management:                         HIS 4070               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
Park and Attraction Industry: PR: HFT 4755. The                 PR: HIM 3006. Nomenclatures/classification systems;                Oral History: PR: Either AMH 2010, AMH 2020 or C.I.
management of guest needs and expectations in theme             health and vital statistics; data analysis and presentation;       Theories and practices of oral history. Field work required.
parks and attractions. Spring.                                  indexing; computer abstracting; accrediting and approving          Occasional.
                                                                agencies; medical staff organization. Spring.
HFT 4787               RCHM-TEA                     3(3,0)                                                                         HIS 4150               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
Operational Issues in the Theme Park and                        HIM 3806C                HPA-HMI                     3(1,4)        History and Historians: PR: C.I. A study of European
Attraction Industry: PR: HFT 4755. Organizational               Professional Practice Experience I: PR:                            and/or American historiography. May be used in the degree
structure and operational culture of theme parks and attrac-    Admission to HIM program. CR: HIM 3006, HSC 3537                   program a maximum of 2 times. Fall, Spring.
tions. Fall.                                                    and HIM 3116C. Virtual hospital tour; master patient index;
                                                                numbering and filing systems; assembly and analysis;               HIS 4323                 CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
HFT 4791              RCHM-TEA               3(3,0)             incomplete record control; record storage; retention and           History of the Future: PR: EUH 2000 and EUH 2001.
Event Management II: PR: HFT 3670, HFT 3512,                    retrieval; and release of information. Fall, Spring.               Past visions of the future and how they were influenced by
HFT 3443, HFT 3792, FSS 2221C, HFT 3802, and HFT                                                                                   issues relevant to the period. Emphasis on 19th and 20th
3757. Capstone course in event management. Students             HIM 4226C               HPA-HMI                    5(3,4)          centuries. Occasional.
produce an event that has been planned in HFT 3757.             Coding Procedures I: PR: HSC 3537 or C.I. Principles
Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                                     and mechanics of coding systems for inpatient health infor-        HIS 4490               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)
                                                                mation retrieval; ICD-9-CM; DRGs; encoders. Fall, Spring.          History of Medicine: PR: AMH 2010 or AMH 2020.
HFT 4795                RCHM-TEA                   3(3,0)                                                                          The history of medicine and its relationship to culture and
Entertainment Arts and Events: PR: HFT 2750                     HIM 4256C               HPA-HMI                  3(2,2)            society from the Ancient World to the present. Occasional.
and HFT 4755 or CI. A historical perspective of theme           Coding Procedures II: PR: HSC 3537 or C.I.
park, event, and attraction entertainment. Covers show          Principles and mechanics of coding systems for outpatient          HIS 4935                  CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
development, event production, creative processes, casting,     health information retrieval; CPT/HCPCS; APCs; encod-              Senior Seminar: PR: Senior standing, history major,
costuming, staffing, and evaluation. Fall, Spring.              ers. Fall.                                                         and C.I. Research in history through sustained reading,
                                                                                                                                   writing, and discussion on a focused topic. May be repeated
HFT 4796                 RCHM-TEA                    3(3,0)     HIM 4344C               HPA-HMI                     4(3,2)         for credit. Fall, Spring.
International Events: PR: HFT 1000 and HFT 2750;                Health Information Department Management:
or C.I. Considerations when planning events that are held       PR: HIM 3116C; HSA 4180 or MAN 3025; or C.I. Personnel             HIS 4944                 CAH-HIST                3(3,0)
outside of the United States or that attract a large number     administration; budgeting; forms analysis; work distribution       Internship in Public History: PR: C.I. The Public
of participants from outside the United States. Occasional.     and simplification; equipment selection; ergonomics and            History Internship is a one-semester course in which
                                                                space planning. Fall.                                              undergraduate history majors explore and gain experience
HFT 4802                RCHM-TEA                3(3,0)                                                                             in public history professions. Fall, Spring.
Catering Management: PR: HFT 3443, HFT 3670,                    HIM 4508C            HPA-HMI                      3(2,2)
HFT 3792, HFT 3512, FSS 2221C. Catering sales and               Quality Management: PR: HSC 3537 or C.I. Principles                HIS 4970                  CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)
operations. Emphasis on logistics, market segments, and         and mechanics of quality improvement; utilization review;          Senior Thesis: Original research paper available to
service. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                          case management and risk management. Fall, Spring.                 advanced history majors, topics to be selected in consulta-
                                                                                                                                   tion with a directing professor. Occasional.




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HIS 4970H              CAH-HIST  VAR                             HSA 4184                 HPA-HP                       3(3,0)         HSC 2100                 HPA-HP                   3(3,0)
UNDERGRADUATE HONORS THESIS: Graded                              Organization & Management for Health                                 US Healthcare: Introduction and Challenges:
S/U or Letter grade. Occasional.                                 Agencies II: PR: HSA 3111 and HSA 4180, or C.I.                      Healthcare in the US as a dynamic enterprise: the profes-
                                                                 In-depth analysis of the management and organization of              sionals, array of services and the social and economic
HIS 5067                  CAH-HIST                     3(3,0)    healthcare organizations including hospitals, long term care         forces affecting their performance. Occasional.
Introduction to Public History: PR: Graduate                     facilities, and medical group practices. Fall.
status or senior standing or C.I. Examine and discuss the                                                                             HSC 2921                 HPA-HPA                    2(2,0)
practice of history in museums, archives, documentary edit-      HSA 4191               HPA-HP                       3(3,0)           LEAD Colloquium: PR: Accepted to the LEAD
ing, historical publication, media, historical societies, and    Health Care Automation: PR: HSA 3111; CGS                            Scholars Program and have completed at least two of the
government agencies. Occasional.                                 2100C, or CGS 1060C; or C.I. Analysis and design of com-             following with a B (3.0) or better: HSC 1931C, EGN 1036C,
                                                                 puterized systems for health data and health administration.         IDS 1040C, GEB 1091C or EDG 1005C. Experiential
HIS 5158               CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)      Fall, Spring.                                                        leadership in an appropriate setting with the LEAD Scholars
Classic and Contemporary Historical                                                                                                   Program. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
Thought: PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I.          HSA 4220               HPA-HP                     3(3,0)
Course will explore work of important historians influenced      Long Term Patient Management: PR: HSA 3111.                          HSC 3110                HPA-HP                        3(3,0)
by social theory to gain an understanding of their main          Concepts and process of patient care planning and man-               Medical Self Assessment: PR: ENC 1101 and MGF
concepts. Occasional.                                            agement in a long term care facility. Occasional.                    1106. Development of clinical skills and understanding of
                                                                                                                                      one’s health to encourage active participation of individuals
HLP 2701                 ED-ERTL                        3(3,0)   HSA 4502                  HPA-HP                      3(3,0)         in their own health care. Fall, Spring.
Peer Education Training: PR: Sophomore standing                  Risk Management Systems: PR: HSA 3111 or
and C.I. Strategies for teaching life skills and health educa-   C.I. Safety, liability and loss control issues with emphasis         HSC 3147              HPA-HP                    3(3,0)
tion information for secondary students and college age          on risk retention, risk reduction and risk transfer in health        Introduction to Pharmacology: Review of termi-
peers. Fall, Spring.                                             care. Fall, Spring.                                                  nology and regulations. Study of drug types and usage.
                                                                                                                                      Fall, Spring.
HLP 4722                 ED-ERTL                      1(1,0)     HSA 4701                 HPA-COM SC&DIS 6(6,0)
Teaching Elementary School Health and                            Introduction to Research in the Health                               HSC 3211                 HPA-HP                    3(3,0)
Physical Education: PR: EDF 2005; CR: ARE                        Professions: PR: Senior or post-bac standing. The                    Preventive Health Care: PR: PCB 3703C. An estab-
4313, MUE 3210, RED 4519, MAE 4326, and EDE 3942.                logic of research and the architecture of basic and applied          lished interdisciplinary approach to help people maintain
Organization, practice, and conduct of health (including drug    investigations that are internally and externally reliable and       health and prevent chronic diseases, stress, and addiction.
abuse) and physical education programs in the elementary         valuable will be stressed. Occasional.                               Fall, Spring.
school. Fall, Spring.
                                                                 HSA 4702                 HPA-HP                     3(3,0)           HSC 3406C             HPA-HP                     3(2,3)
HSA 3012                  HPA-HP                      3(3,0)     Health Sciences Research Methods: PR: HSA                            CPR & First Aid: To train individuals to accepted and
Issues & Trends in Public Health: PR: STA 2023                   3111; STA 2014C or STA 2023; or C.I. Introduction to                 recognized medical standards in emergency first aid and
or CI. The American public health system, looking at the         research design in the Health Sciences, including design,            CPR to include medical, environmental and trauma related
historical, present day, and future organization and manage-     literature review, testing, analysis, and conclusions. Fall,         emergencies. Occasional.
ment of all its components. Fall.                                Spring.
                                                                                                                                      HSC 3537                  HPA-HP                         3(3,0)
HSA 3111                 HPA-HP                       3(3,0)     HSA 4939                HPA-HMI                      3(3,0)          Medical Terminology: A study of the language of
U.S. Health Care Systems: PR: Major or minor in                  Health Services Administration Capstone:                             medicine and allied health specialties, including work con-
College of Health or C.I. A survey of the economics, social,     PR: HSA 3111, HSA 3170, HSA 3222, HSA 3430, HSC                      struction, definitions, and application of terms. Fall, Spring.
and political aspects of the health care system in the United    4201, HSA 4180, HSA 4184, HSA 4191, HIM 4508C, HSC
States. Fall, Spring.                                            4500, HSC 4652. Capstone course applies healthcare                   HSC 3559                HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)
                                                                 administration theory to a healthcare organization. Students         Disabilities in American Society: PR: Junior or
HSA 3111H               HPA-HP                      3(3,0)       will integrate previous coursework to evaluate an existing           senior status. Personal, social, and environmental impedi-
U.S. Health Care Systems Honors: PR: Major                       healthcare organization. Fall, Spring.                               ments confronted by persons with disabilities, including
or minor in College of Health or C.I. Permission of Honors.                                                                           communicative disorders. Strategies that promote life satis-
A survey of the economics, social, and political aspects of      HSA 5177                HPA-HP                      3(3,0)           faction are also reviewed. Fall.
the health care system in the United States. With Honors         Foundations of Health Care Finance: PR:
content. Occasional.                                             Admission to graduate program in HSA or C.I. Preparatory             HSC 3593                  HPA-HP                3(3,0)
                                                                 course for graduate students who are not prepared to take            HIV Disease: A Human Concern: Analysis of the
HSA 3170                HPA-HP                 3(3,0)            the required health care finance course. Occasional.                 spectrum of HIV disease and the issues surrounding this
Health Care Finance: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I., ACG                                                                                        public health crisis. Fall, Spring.
2021 and ACG 2071. Budgeting and resource allocation             HSA 5198               HPA-HP                     3(3,0)
related to health care agencies. Fall, Spring.                   Health Care Decision Sciences and                                    HSC 3640                 HPA-HP                       3(3,0)
                                                                 Knowledge Management: PR: Graduate stand-                            Health Law: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I. Principles of law as
HSA 3222                HPA-HP                       3(3,0)      ing. Emphasis on development of a general systematic                 applied to the health field, with special reference to health
Long Term Care and Administration: PR: HSA                       approach to solving problems under uncertainty. The role             practices. Fall, Spring.
3111 or C.I. Organization and functioning of long-term care      of informatics and application of information technology
administration. Covers long-term care providers, interaction     in improving managerial decision making process will be              HSC 4008                HPA-HP                      3(3,0)
in long-term care continuum, managing long-term care and         presented. Occasional.                                               Professional Development in Health
future issues. Even Fall, Spring.                                                                                                     Professions: PR: RET 3026C or C.I. Career devel-
                                                                 HSA 5257                 HPA-HP                        3(3,0)        opment planning, professional leadership approaches to
HSA 3430                 HPA-HP                    3(3,0)        ICD9         Coding        for     Health        Services            problem solving, regulatory and professional requirements,
Health Care Economics: PR: HSA 3111; ECO 2023;                   Administrators: PR: HSC 6636, B.S. in Health related                 and the impact of disease and technology on the health care
or C.I. To provide an application of economic principles to      field, or C.I. Emphasis on developing basic skills to facilitate     industry. Spring.
analyze how different economic incentives affect patients,       an understanding of the coding process and the compliance
providers, and policy makers behaviors in the delivery of        issues relevant to the process. May be repeated for credit.          HSC 4158                HPA-HP                       3(3,0)
health services. Fall, Spring.                                   Occasional.                                                          Medical Pharmacology I: PR: BSC 2010C and
                                                                                                                                      admission to Cardiopulmonary Sciences program, or C.I.
HSA 4109                HPA-HP                         3(3,0)    HSA 5258                HPA-HP                        3(3,0)         General pharmacological principles such as regulations,
Principles of Managed Care: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I.                 CPT         Coding        for     Health       Services              prescriptions, routes of administration, drug action mecha-
Course will introduce the contractual, financial, and practice   Administrators: PR: HSC 6636 or C.I. or BS in health-                nisms, indications/contraindications, and the side effects of
pattern components of managed care. Even Fall, Spring.           related field. Emphasis on developing skills to facilitate an        cardiopulmonary drug classes. Fall.
                                                                 understanding of CPT Coding process and the compliance
HSA 4150H                 HPA-HP                       3(3,0)    issues relevant to the process. Occasional.                          HSC 4159              HPA-HP                       2(2,0)
Honors Health Care Policy: PR: Permission of                                                                                          Medical Pharmacology II: PR: HSC 4158 or C.I.
Honors and Junior Standing or C.I. Examination of five           HSC 1931C               HPA-HPA                       2(1,1)         Drugs used in cardiovascular disorders. Includes inotropic,
significant policy issues to enable the student to gain knowl-   Foundations of Leadership: PR: LEAD Scholars                         chronotropic agents, beta blocker drugs, calcium channel
edge and understanding of the complexities of health care        Program. Seminar for LEAD Scholars in the College of                 antagonists. Spring.
as a societal issue. Occasional.                                 Health & Public Affairs providing a foundation of leadership,
                                                                 scholarship, and service regarding disciplines in the college.       HSC 4201               HPA-HP                         3(3,0)
HSA 4180                 HPA-HP                       3(3,0)     Occasional.                                                          Community Health: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I. Historical,
Organization & Management for Health                                                                                                  sociocultural and economic factors in community health;
Agencies I: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I. General description             HSC 2000                 HPA-HP                        2(2,0)        current community health problems; interphase of govern-
and analysis of the management and organization of a             Introduction to the Allied Health Professions:                       mental, voluntary and private agencies. Fall, Spring.
variety of healthcare organizations including hospitals, long    A survey of allied health professions with regard to duties,
term care facilities and medical group practices. Fall.          responsibilities, education and training, ethics, and relation-
                                                                 ships with other health professionals. Graded S/U. Fall.




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                                                                                                                                   Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
HSC 4243                  HPA-HP                    3(3,0)        HUM 3320                  CAH-PHIL                  3(3,0)         HUM 4303                CAH-PHIL                      3(3,0)
Analysis of Instruction in Health Professions:                    Contemporary Multicultural Studies: PR: HUM                        The Spiritual Ideal: PR: HUM 2210 and HUM 2230 or
Development of teaching aids, audiovisuals, learning pack-        2230, Junior standing, or C.I. Studies the confluence of           C.I. Concerns works of art reflecting spiritual insight or the
ets. Course development, questioning strategies, evaluation       diverse cultures making up North America in the Information        spiritual quest; mystical impulses contrasted to ethos and
of didactic and clinical performance. Spring.                     Age, focusing on complete primary sources in philosophy,           pathos. Odd Spring.
                                                                  literature, visual arts and music. Even Fall.
HSC 4500                HPA-HP                       3(3,0)                                                                          HUM 4330               CAH-PHIL                        3(3,0)
Epidemiology: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I., STA 2014C or                  HUM 3394               CAH-PHIL                 3(3,0)             Performance Theory: PR: Junior standing and HUM
STA 2023. A study of the distribution and determination           Representations of Place and Space: PR: HUM                        2230 and either PHI 2010, PHI 2011, PHI 2108, or C.I.
of diseases and injuries in human population. Fall, Spring.       2230 or C.I. Phenomenological, symbolic, constructivist,           Traditional and contemporary theories of performance
                                                                  and determinist approaches to personal and social place            with a focus on linguistic performatives, bodily and virtual
HSC 4555                HPA-HP                    3(3,0)          and space. Occasional.                                             performances, self-identity, and the politics of performance.
Pathophysiologic Mechanisms: PR: ZOO 3733C                                                                                           Occasional.
and PCB 3703C, or C.I. A study of pathologic lesions and          HUM 3401                    CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)
pathophysiologic mechanisms in causation and evolution of         Asian Humanities: PR: HUM 2230, Asian Studies                      HUM 4393                 CAH-PHIL                   1(1,0)
the various disease state. Fall, Spring.                          minor, or C.I. An interdisciplinary survey of the cultures of      Portfolio: PR: Last semester as Humanities major.
                                                                  India, China, and Japan, concentrating on their traditional        Presentation of a representative sampling of student’s best
HSC 4564                 HPA-HP                        3(3,0)     art, literature, religion, philosophy, and music. Occasional.      undergraduate work, with appropriate revisions, including a
Health Care Needs of the Elderly: PR: HSA 3111                                                                                       cover narrative indicating development of humanistic knowl-
or C.I. Overview of the physical and emotional needs of           HUM 3417               CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)          edge and skills. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
the elderly, including the institutional health care available.   Hindu Thought and Culture: PR: HUM 2230,
Fall, Spring.                                                     REL 2300, or C.I. A survey of the development of Hindu             HUM 4554                CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)
                                                                  thought and culture from vedic times to the modern age,            Religious Quest and Human Dilemma: PR: ENC
HSC 4652               HPA-HP                    3(3,0)           with emphasis on religion, literature, philosophy, art and         1102 or C.I. Nature of the sacred, death, and future life and
Health Law and Ethics: PR: HSA 3111 or C.I.                       music. Occasional.                                                 how they relate to human existence. Even Fall.
Overview of the legal and ethical issues faced by health
care consumers, practitioners, administrators and health          HUM 3419                CAH-PHIL                        3(3,0)     HUM 4556             CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)
care facilities. Fall.                                            Islamic Thought and Culture: PR: HUM 2230, or                      Religion and the Arts: PR: One of: HUM 2210, HUM
                                                                  REL 2300, or C.I. The development of Islamic thought and           2230, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, or REL 2300. Art, music,
HSC 5317               ED-ERTL                      3(3,0)        culture, concentrating on religion, jurisprudence, philosophy,     dance, and ritual practices in religious traditions, with
Health Methods: Teaching Strategies and                           science and art with special focus on perception of Islam in       emphasis on the contemporary. Occasional.
Interventions: PR: Admission to Graduate Certificate in           Western literature and scholarship. Occasional.
Health and Wellness or C.I. Application of the knowledge of                                                                          HUM 4823               CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)
teaching strategies, methodology, and curriculum to devel-        HUM 3419H                CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)         Queer Theory in the Humanities: PR: HUM 2210
op a comprehensive school health program. Occasional.             Honors Islamic Thought and Culture: PR:                            and HUM 2230 and Junior standing or C.I. Developments in
                                                                  HUM 2230, or REL 2300, and Consent of Honors. The                  queer theory. Challenge to research by scholars, activists,
HSC 5595                HPA-HP                       3(3,0)       development of Islamic thought and culture, concentrating          performers, and visual artists. Occasional.
AIDS: A Human Concern: Focus on epidemiology,                     on religion, jurisprudence, philosophy, science and art with
transmission, prevention, legal and health care issues, eco-      special focus on perception of Islam in Western literature         HUM 4933               CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)
nomic impact, psychosocial aspects, sexuality, substance          and scholarship. With Honors content. Occasional.                  Senior Research Seminar: PR: Senior standing
abuse, ethics, hotlines, referral services and the decision                                                                          and Humanities major. Capstone course on research,
making process. Occasional.                                       HUM 3423               CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)          developing effective oral and written communication skills.
                                                                  African Humanities: PR: HUM 2230, HUM 3320, or                     Occasional.
HUM 2020                 CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)      C.I. Contemporary art, culture, and philosophy in selected
Encountering the Humanities: The range of ideas,                  African countries. Occasional.                                     HUM 5802               CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)
research methods and approaches to scholarship, critical                                                                             Applied Contemporary Humanities: PR:
reflection, and creative work in the humanities. Spring.          HUM 3431            CAH-PHIL                  3(3,0)               HUM 5803, graduate status or senior standing, or C.I.
                                                                  Ancient Humanities: PR: HUM 2230 or C.I.                           Development of an application research project relevant
HUM 2210                 CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)      Development of Ancient Greek thought and culture with              to contemporary cultural issues, using Humanities theories
Humanistic Tradition I: An interdisciplinary, mul-                emphasis on philosophy, religion, literature and art.              and methods. Occasional.
ticultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by          Occasional.
diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on                                                                          HUM 5803                 CAH-PHIL                      3(3,0)
ancient civilizations and the cultural heritage stemming from     HUM 3435                CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)        Theories and Methods of the Humanities:
them. Primary sources (in translation) are emphasized.            Medieval Humanities: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.                          PR: Senior undergraduate standing and at least one of the
Fall, Spring.                                                     Development of Medieval thought and culture with empha-            following: HUM 3252, HUM 3320, or PHI 4808 or graduate
                                                                  sis on Philosophy, Religion, Literature and Art. Occasional.       standing. Approaches, concepts, methods, and theoretical
HUM 2210H                CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)                                                                         issues in the Humanities with an emphasis on critical analy-
Honors Humanistic Tradition I: PR: Permission of                  HUM 3460                  CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)      sis of diverse disciplinary and interdisciplinary theories and
Honors. An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the arts     Latin American Humanities: PR: HUM 2210                            methods. Fall.
and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions to           or HUM 2230. Ideas in cultures of Latin America and
world civilization. Focus is on ancient civilizations and the     Caribbean basin as expressed in arts, architecture, music,         HUN 2002                HPA-HP                    3(3,0)
cultural heritage stemming from them. Primary sources (in         philosophy, religion, literature and film. Occasional.             Modern Concepts in Nutrition: An examination
translation) are emphasized. Honors content. Fall.                                                                                   of the eating patterns of today’s American people. Topics
                                                                  HUM 3552                  CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)        include: nutrients in our diets, consumer demand in the
HUM 2230                CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)        Christian Thought: PR: ENC 1102. Christian thought                 food industry; fast food outlets, food trends and hunger.
Humanistic Tradition II: An interdisciplinary, mul-               from 4th century to present, concentrating on human nature,        Fall, Spring.
ticultural study of the arts and sciences contributed by          social justice, the state, war, and attitudes toward women.
diverse human traditions to world civilization. Focus is on       Occasional.                                                        HUN 3011                CON-NURS                      3(3,0)
modern civilizations and their contributions to the Global                                                                           Human Nutrition: Essentials of nutrition related to the
Village. Primary sources (in translation) are emphasized.         HUM 3553                CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)        life cycle, including the physiological, psychosocial, and
Fall, Spring.                                                     Moses, Jesus and Muhammad: PR: HUM 2230,                           cultural aspects of nutrition and the inter-relationship with
                                                                  REL 2300, or C.I. Deals with the main themes of Judaism,           disease are emphasized. Fall, Spring.
HUM 2230H                 CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)      Christianity, and Islam as found in the teachings of Moses,
Honors Humanistic Tradition II: PR: Permission                    Jesus, and Muhammad. Occasional.                                   HUN 3013                 RCHM-HOS                  3(3,0)
of Honors. An interdisciplinary, multicultural study of the                                                                          Nutrition Concepts and Issues in the Food
arts and sciences contributed by diverse human traditions         HUM 3800                 CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)        Service Industry: PR: FSS 2221C or C.I. Introduces
to world civilization. Focus is on modern civilizations and       Research Methods in Humanities: PR: Junior                         basic nutrition concepts. Discusses nutrition concepts and
their contributions to the Global Village. Primary sources (in    standing, and Humanities or Philosophy major or C.I.               concerns in relation to food preparation and service in the
translation) are emphasized. Honors content. Spring.              Research skills for the humanities, including methodologies,       hospitality industry. Occasional.
                                                                  writing techniques, essay structuring, formatting, and meth-
HUM 3252                CAH-PHIL                    3(3,0)        ods for citing references and constructing bibliographies.         HUN 5247                HPA-HP                     3(3,0)
Contemporary Humanities: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.                     Occasional.                                                        Principles of Human Nutrition: PR: Admission to
Multicultural study of Philosophy and the arts of the 20th                                                                           Health Sciences MS Clinical and Lifestyle Sciences track
century. Occasional.                                              HUM 4301                CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)        or C.I. Course promotes in-depth understanding of the role
                                                                  The Classical Ideal: PR: HUM 2210 or C.I. The search               of macronutrients in human nutrition and health enabling
HUM 3255                 CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)      for order and form in the arts of various times and cultures.      graduates to integrate knowledge into other aspects of their
Modern Humanities: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.                           Concerns reason, structure, objectivity, harmony. Open to          work. Occasional.
Multicultural study of Philosophy and the arts of the modern      all Juniors and Seniors. Spring.
period. Occasional.




        UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA                                                                   483                           Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011
                                                                                                                                    Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
IDH 1920H              BHC-HON                     2(2,1)          IDS 4204C               ECS-ECS                   3(2,2)           INP 3951                COS-PSYCH                  3(0,10)
Honors Symposium I: PR: Permission of Honors.                      Advanced          Topics        on    Energy        and            Industrial/Organizational Field Work: PR: C.I.
Readings, lectures, discussions, and laboratories covering         Sustainability: PR: Acceptance into the Energy and                 An opportunity for advanced undergraduate psychology
aspects of scholarship and service learning. Graded S/U.           Sustainability Minor, Senior standing and Completion of            majors to become involved in the application of I/O psychol-
Fall.                                                              GEP or C.I. Contemporary topics in energy and sustain-             ogy to local organizations. Occasional.
                                                                   ability. Seminars and lectures from industry, academia,
IDH 1921H                 BHC-HON                      2(2,0)      government, and UCF speakers. Students are required to             INP 4252               COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)
Honors Symposium II: PR: IDH 1920H. Readings,                      work on individual or team assignments, research projects,         Advanced Industrial Psychology: PR: INP 3004
lectures and discussions covering aspects of scholarship,          and present their work in the format of mini seminars.             and PSY 3213C. Application of psychological principles
artistic, and other creative efforts. Graded S/U. Spring.          Occasional.                                                        to industrial problems. Topics include selection, training,
                                                                                                                                      performance appraisal, job design, and work environment.
IDH 1923H               BHC-HON                    2(2,1)          IDS 4315               COS-POLS                       3(3,0)       Occasional.
Honors Foundation of Leadership: PR:                               Global Perspectives: PR: Completion of general edu-
Permission of Honors. An honors symposium that presents            cation requirements and junior standing or C.I. The historical     INP 4313               COS-PSYCH                    3(3,0)
academic leaders and their research or artistic achieve-           and contemporary contexts of globalization. Spring.                Organizational Psychology: PR: INP 3004.
ments. Students are organized in groups to discuss leader-                                                                            Analysis of the psychological principles underlying individ-
ship principles and applications. Graded S/U. Occasional.          IDS 4335               CAH-CAH                  3(3,0)             ual and group behavior in an organizational setting. Topics
                                                                   Latino Artistic Expressions: PR: IDS 3334 or C.I.                  include group dynamics, leadership and participation, inter-
IDH 3600H                 CAH-PHIL                      3(3,0)     Latino culture as represented by the Arts in the United            group behavior, and organization development. Occasional.
Honors Case Studies in Ethics: PR: Permission                      States. Odd Spring.
of Honors or C.I. A case-study approach to contemporary                                                                               INP 4380              COS-PSYCH              3(3,0)
ethical issues. Students will apply critical thinking skills and   IDS 4934                  UGST-INTERDISC               3(3,0)      Psychology of Teamwork: PR: PSY 2012 or C.I.
ethical theories to interdisciplinary problems and will partici-   Capstone Experience: PR: IDS 3933, Junior stand-                   Dynamics of small groups and teams from social and
pate in team debates. With Honors content. Fall.                   ing, and Interdisciplinary Studies major, or C.I. Student          applied psychology perspectives. Occasional.
                                                                   exposition of coursework demonstrating the understanding
IDH 4030H                BHC-HON                     1(3,0)        of interdisciplinary approaches and successful synthesis of        INP 5825                 COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)
Honors Windows To The World: PR: Permission                        interdisciplinary studies, applied to the course of study and      Human-computer Interface (HCI) design: A
of Honors and IDH 1921H, enrolled in Accelerated Pre-med           academic/career goals. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $17.00               team approach: PR: Graduate status or senior stand-
Program; or C.I. Students will cultivate an active sense of                                                                           ing or C.I. Interdisciplinary approach to human-computer
the liberal arts and sciences as they prepare for prestigious      IDS 4935                COS-SOC                   3(3,0)           interface design, including behavior, engineering, computer
scholarships and graduate school. Graded S/U. May be               Multidisciplinary Research Methods: PR:                            science, and instructional aspects. Tools and techniques
repeated for credit. Occasional.                                   McNair Scholar and Junior Standing. Research methods of            for team development and the evaluation of software for
                                                                   various disciplines designed for McNair Program Scholars.          usability. Occasional.
IDS 1040C              COS-COMM                      2(1,1)        Occasional.
Foundations of Leadership: PR: LEAD Scholars                                                                                          INR 2002                COS-POLS                    3(3,0)
Program. Seminar for LEAD Scholars in the College of Arts          IDS 5127              COM-M&M                    3(3,0)            International Relations-Theory and Practice:
& Sciences providing a foundation of leadership, scholar-          Foundation of Bio-Imaging Science: PR:                             Analysis of the fundamental principles and factors affecting
ship, and service regarding disciplines in the college. Fall,      Graduate standing. Fundamental theory, design, and prac-           interstate relations and their application to contemporary
Spring.                                                            tice of modern bio-imaging techniques used for basic               global developments. Fall, Spring.
                                                                   biomedical research applications. Occasional.
IDS 2042C               COS-COS                       2(1,1)                                                                          INR 3016                  COS-POLS                     3(3,0)
LEAD Colloquium: PR: Must have completed 2 of                      IDS 5145               ECS-IEMS                    3(3,2)          Global Political Issues: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.
the following with a grade of B or better: IDS 1040C, GEB          Interdisciplinary Course in Simulation: PR:                        Current global political topics from political development and
1091C, HSC 1931C, EGN 1036C, EDG 1005, or EDF                      Calculus, matrix algebra, probability and statistics, high         income gap to gender issues and environmental challenges.
1930C. Experiential leadership in an appropriate setting with      level programming language. An interdisciplinary course            Occasional.
the LEAD Scholars Program. Occasional.                             on simulation with hands-on experience in discrete event
                                                                   modeling, continuous modeling and shared virtual world.            INR 3250                COS-POLS                   3(3,0)
IDS 3150                UGST-INTERDISC               3(3,0)        May be repeated for credit. Occasional.                            Politics of Pan-Africanism: PR: INR 2002. Political
Foundations of Environmental Studies: PR:                                                                                             expressions of Pan-Africanism throughout the major regions
Junior standing, complete equivalent of UCF Science and            IDS 5717C                 COS-PSYCH               3(2,2)           of the African Diaspora. Occasional.
Math GEP. An overview of the approaches taken by dif-              Introduction to Modeling and Simulation:
ferent disciplines to address regional, national, and global       PR: STA 2023 or equivalent. Introduction to the theory             INR 3253                 COS-POLS                    3(3,0)
environmental issues. Spring.                                      and practice of modeling and simulation with emphasis on           International Politics of Africa: PR: Junior stand-
                                                                   multidisciplinary scientific underpinnings. Fall.                  ing or C.I. The broad structures and processes of interna-
IDS 3180               HPA-PUB                    3(3,0)                                                                              tional politics and foreign policy in Africa, with particular
Civic Engagement: PR: Junior standing and either                   IDS 5719               COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)          attention on U.S.- African relations. Occasional.
PAD 3003 or POS 2041 or C.I. Formal and informal civic             Quantitative Aspects of Modeling and
engagement in the United States across levels of govern-           Simulation: PR: MAC 2241 or equivalent. Introduction               INR 4011               COS-POLS                 3(3,0)
ment, sectors of society, and modes of interaction. Even           to matrix algebra and other discrete mathematics topics for        Politics of Globalization: PR: INR 2002 or POS
Fall, Even Spring.                                                 modeling and simulation applications. Spring.                      2041 or C.I. Major political causes and consequences of
                                                                                                                                      globalization. Occasional.
IDS 3333                 UGST-INTERDISC          3(3,0)            IDS 5915                CAH-PHIL                   3(3,0)
World Comparative Studies: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.                    Research Methods in Cognitive Sciences:                            INR 4030               COS-POLS                      3(3,0)
Comparative study of cultures, economies, languages, and           PR: Admission to graduate certificate program in Cognitive         Diplomacy: PR: POS 2041, Junior standing or C.I.
social systems using approaches and data from multiple             Sciences or C.I. Interdisciplinary research methods in the         Concepts, theories, and methods of contemporary diploma-
disciplines. Occasional.                                           cognitive sciences. Spring.                                        cy; diplomatic processes in the international arena. Spring.

IDS 3334               CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)          IDS 5936                 CAH-PHIL                     3(3,0)       INR 4030H              COS-POLS                     3(3,0)
Topics in Latino Studies: PR: ENC 1102. Multi-                     Topics in Cognitive Sciences: PR: Admission to                     Honors Diplomacy: PR: POS 2041 and consent of
disciplinary course exploring various topics pertaining to         graduate certificate in Cognitive Sciences or C.I. Theoretical     Honors. Concepts, theories, and methods of contemporary
Latinos in the U.S. Occasional.                                    issues and empirical studies in the cognitive sciences,            diplomacy; diplomatic processes in the international arena.
                                                                   including contemporary discussions of mind, brain, artificial      Occasional.
IDS 3933                 UGST-INTERDISC               3(3,0)       intelligence, pathologies, and behavioral capacities. Fall.
Cornerstone Experience: PR: ENC 1102,                                                                                                 INR 4035                 COS-POLS                    3(3,0)
Junior standing, Interdisciplinary Studies major, or C.I.          INP 3004                 COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)        International Political Economy: The interna-
Interdisciplinary study essentials, including basic concepts       Industrial/Organizational Psychology: PR: PSY                      tional politics of regional and global economic interdepen-
and methodological tools, to synthesize material from dis-         2012 or C.I. Psychological theories and principles applicable      dence, with emphasis upon North-South relations, the New
parate fields and apply them to academic plans and career          to problems in industrial organizations. Fall.                     International Economic Order, OPEC, and multinational
goals. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                  corporations. Odd Spring.
                                                                   INP 3004H               COS-PSYCH                   3(3,0)
IDS 4156              UGST-INTERDISC              3(3,0)           Honors Industrial/Organizational Psychology:                       INR 4054               COS-POLS                  3(3,0)
Solving Environmental Problems: PR: IDS 3150,                      PR: PSY 2012 and consent of Honors. Psychological                  Global Politics of Energy: PR: POS 2041 or INR
ECP 4303, GIS 3043C, GIS 4301C and PUP 3203, or C.I.               theories and principles applicable to problems in industrial       2002 or C.I. International/national dimensions of global
Capstone course in Environmental Studies focusing on how           organizations. With Honors content. Occasional.                    energy policy within developed and underdeveloped coun-
environmental dilemmas are addressed. Occasional.                                                                                     tries. Occasional.
                                                                   INP 3141C               COS-PSYCH                 1-3(0,3-9)
                                                                   Advanced Applied Psychology: PR: PSY 2012                          INR 4060                 COS-POLS                3(3,0)
                                                                   and CI. Course will explore application of psychological           Causes of War: PR: POS 2041 or INR 2002 or C.I.
                                                                   knowledge to clinical, experimental, industrial, or education-     The primary theoretical and empirical research explaining
                                                                   al settings. Supervised laboratory experience is required.         militarized interstate conflict. Fall.
                                                                   Graded S/U. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.


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INR 4063                 COS-POLS                  3(3,0)       INR 4304               COS-POLS                    3(3,0)            INT 4206C              HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(3,1)
The Cold War: PR: INR 2002 or C.I. Politics of                  Issues in International Public Policy: PR: POS                       Interactive Interpreting II: PR: INT 4205C or C.I.
US-Soviet relations emphasizing the Cold War including the      2041, Junior standing or C.I. Endogenous and exogenous               Advanced cognitive, linguistic and motor skill development
global impact of the Cold War, and prospects for post-Cold      variables, including policy analysis and decision-making,            in the use of ASL. Occasional.
War international politics. Occasional.                         which influence select international public policy issues.
                                                                Occasional.                                                          ISC 2215                COS-MATH                    1(3,0)
INR 4064               COS-POLS                       3(3,0)                                                                         Interdisciplinary Applications of Calculus I:
Changing Nature of War: PR: POS 2041 or C.I.                    INR 4335                 COS-POLS                 3(3,0)             CR: MAC 2311. Interdisciplinary applications of differential
The changing nature of war in light of significant changes in   Coercion in International Politics: Examination of                   and integral calculus topics in MAC 2311 to the solution of
technology and international politics. Occasional.              the role of coercive techniques among states in a nuclear            concrete problems in science, mathematics, and engineer-
                                                                age, ranging from nuclear strategy and deterrence to wars            ing disciplines. Fall.
INR 4074                  COS-POLS                3(3,0)        of national liberation and coups. Even Fall.
Immigration Policy: PR: POS 2041, Junior standing                                                                                    ISC 2216                 COS-MATH                   1(3,0)
or C.I. Analysis of the complex subject of immigration,         INR 4350                COS-POLS                    3(3,0)           Interdisciplinary Applications of Calculus II:
including U.S. and comparative immigration policy, illegal      Global Environmental Politics: PR: INR 2002 or                       CR: MAC 2312. Interdisciplinary applications of differential
immigration, alien smuggling, and statelessness and their       POS 2041 or C.I. The unique environmental struggles and              and integral calculus topics in MAC 2312 to the solution of
political/security impact. Occasional.                          political issues that occur on the international and global          concrete problems in science, mathematics, and engineer-
                                                                levels. Fall.                                                        ing disciplines. Spring.
INR 4075                COS-POLS                      3(3,0)
Human Rights Policy: PR: POS 2041, Junior stand-                INR 4351               COS-POLS                    3(3,0)            ISC 2217                COS-MATH                    1(3,0)
ing or C.I. Meaning of human rights, political and interna-     International Environmental Law: PR: Junior                          Interdisciplinary Applications of Calculus III:
tional implications of human rights policies, relationship to   standing or C.I. Examination of global efforts to establish          CR: MAC 2313. Interdisciplinary applications of differential
global peace, racism, gender inequality, economic develop-      a treaty regime for environmental protection of earth’s              and integral calculus topics in MAC 2313 to the solution of
ment and democratization. Spring.                               biosphere when challenged by national sovereignty and                concrete problems in science, mathematics, and engineer-
                                                                economic and cultural diversity. Occasional.                         ing disciplines. Fall.
INR 4076                 COS-POLS                     3(3,0)
Global Drug Policy: PR: POS 2041, Junior standing               INR 4364                   COS-POLS                      3(3,0)      ISM 3011C               BA-MIS                    4(3,1)
or C.I. International drug control issues, policy formulation   The Intelligence Community: PR: POS 2041 or                          Essentials of Management Information
and enforcement, impact of government and political eco-        INR 2002 or CPO 3103 or C.I. The intelligence community              Systems: PR: Junior standing and open to Business
nomic systems on drug policy. Selected Latin American and       structure in its relationship to foreign policy decision making,     majors and minors and other approved majors; CGS 2100C
Third World cases. Odd Spring.                                  consideration of control and reliability questions, and issues       or CGS 1060C. Management and use of information tech-
                                                                of cooperation and coordination. Spring.                             nology (IT) in organizations. Emphasis on how IT impacts
INR 4084             COS-POLS                      3(3,0)                                                                            operations and decision making. Fall, Spring.
Politics of International Terrorism: PR: POS                    INR 4401                  COS-POLS                    3(3,0)
2041 or C.I. Nature and politics of terrorism with pri-         International Law I: PR: Junior standing or C.I. The                 ISM 3011H             BA-MIS                     3(3,0)
mary focus on its implications for international relations.     nature, evolution, and sources of international law and such         Honors Management Information Systems:
Occasional.                                                     subareas as recognition of states and governments, expro-            PR: Junior standing and business major or minor, permis-
                                                                priation, nationality, and aliens. Occasional.                       sion of Honors, CGS 2100C or CGS 1060C. Management
INR 4085               COS-POLS                     3(3,0)                                                                           and use of information technology in organizations.
Women, Gender, and Globalization: PR: Junior                    INR 4402                  COS-POLS                    3(3,0)         Occasional.
standing. Feminist and gender perspectives in International     International Law II: PR: INR 4401 or C.I. Examination
Relations, Globalization, and International Political           of various sub-areas of international law, including maritime        ISM 3013                BA-MIS                       3(3,0)
Economy. Occasional.                                            law, laws of the sea and seabed, air law, outer space, neu-          Introduction to Information Systems
                                                                trality, and laws of war. Occasional.                                Management: PR: CGS 2100C or CGS 1060C, and
INR 4102                COS-POLS                     3(3,0)                                                                          MAC 1105 or MGF 1106, and ISM 3011C. Not open to MIS
American Foreign Policy: Development of American                INR 4404               COS-POLS                      3(3,0)          majors. Concepts and methods related to the management
foreign policy, with emphasis on the role and policies of the   Space Law: Examination of the legal regime of outer                  of information systems in organizations. Occasional.
United States in the contemporary world. Odd Fall.              space from both international and national perspectives,
                                                                and the legal problems arising from human activity in space.         ISM 3043                BA-MIS                     3(3,0)
INR 4104                 COS-POLS                  3(3,0)       Occasional.                                                          Society and Technology: PR: CGS 2100C or CGS
Topics and Cases in American Foreign                                                                                                 1060C, and MAC 1105 or MGF 1106, and ISM 3011C. Not
Policy: PR: POS 2041, Jr. standing or C.I. General or           INR 4502                COS-POLS                   3(3,0)            open to MIS majors. Explores societal issues related to
intensive analysis of problems or aspects of U.S. foreign       International Organizations: The study of the                        technology. Topics include technology ethics, privacy and
policy. Issues may include September 11th, homeland secu-       structure and workings of international organizations of             security, and access inequities. Occasional.
rity, counter-terrorism, policymaking and decision-making       cooperation, including the UN, its affiliates, and various
and intelligence. Odd Spring.                                   regional organizations. Even Fall, Odd Spring.                       ISM 3214                BA-MIS                      3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                     Personal Database Productivity: PR: CGS 2100C
INR 4114                 COS-POLS                    3(3,0)     INR 4603                 COS-POLS                    3(3,0)          or CGS 1060C, and MAC 1105 or MGF 1106, and ISM
American Security Policy: PR: POS 2041, Junior                  International Relations Theory: PR: INR 2002.                        3011C. Not open to MIS majors. The use of databases
standing, or C.I. Study of the evolution of American security   Theoretical trends prevalent in the study of international           and data products. Emphasizes modern tools for accessing
policy since World War II, including consideration of the       relations, including realism, liberalism, Marxism, feminism,         organizational data, data mining and reporting. Occasional.
social and political costs involved and means of control.       and post-modernism. Occasional.
Occasional.                                                                                                                          ISM 3253               BA-MIS                     4(3,3)
                                                                INR 4714                COS-POLS                   3(3,0)            MIS Techniques: PR: CGS 2100C, Open to MIS
INR 4115                COS-POLS                      3(3,0)    Politics of International Trade Policy: PR: INR                      Majors and Minors and other appropriate majors. Computer
Strategic Weapons and Arms Control: Control                     2002. Key actors and processes of international trade                programming for users and developers of management
of strategic weapons and their impact. Technological and        policy-making at the sub-national, nation-state, regional,           information systems. Fall, Spring.
policy aspects, including nuclear proliferation. Occasional.    and global levels of analysis. Occasional.
                                                                                                                                     ISM 3424                BA-MIS                    3(3,0)
INR 4224                COS-POLS                      3(3,0)    INR 4774                 COS-POLS                       3(3,0)       Computer-Aided Decision Making: PR: CGS
Contemporary International Politics of Asia:                    Military Space Policy: PR: INR 2002 and junior                       2100C or CGS 1060C, and MAC 1105 or MGF 1106, and
Examinations of the foreign policies of major and secondary     standing, or C.I. Politics and policymaking involved in mili-        ISM 3011C. Not open to MIS majors. Prepares the student
powers in Asia, with particular attention to China and Japan.   taries globally, consideration of effects on globalization and       to use computer-based tools to assist in making organiza-
Occasional.                                                     international policies economic and military. Occasional.            tional decisions. Also includes a component on problem
                                                                                                                                     solving techniques. Occasional.
INR 4225              COS-POLS                   3(3,0)         INT 4134                 HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)
The Vietnam War: Background of events leading                   Ethics of Interpreting Sign Language: PR:                            ISM 3501                 BA-MIS                     3(3,0)
to America’s involvement in Indochina, the course of the        ASL 2140, ASL 2150, ASL 4161C. A study of the role of                Essentials of Electronic Commerce: PR: CGS
Vietnam War, and the lessons which that war imparts.            the interpreter, including business practices, professional          2100C or CGS 1060C, and ISM 3011C. Not open to
Occasional.                                                     conduct and interpreting settings. Occasional.                       MIS majors. Open to MIS Minors and students whose
                                                                                                                                     major requires it. Basic electronic commerce and concepts.
INR 4243                COS-POLS                   3(3,0)       INT 4205C                HPA-COM SC&DIS 4(3,1)                       Students are required to develop an e-commerce related
International Politics of Latin America: Study of               Interactive Interpreting I: PR: ASL 2140, ASL 2150                   business plan and build a prototype Website using a website
contemporary U.S.-Latin American relations, interAmerican       and ASL 4161C or C.I. Theories, guidelines, principles and           development tool. Occasional.
politics and organization, and the role of Latin America in     practices of interpreting, including interpreter’s role, profes-
the world. Occasional.                                          sional behavior and interpreting ethics, and environmental           ISM 3521                BA-MIS                      3(3,0)
                                                                considerations of interpreting situations. Occasional.               Business Applications: PR: CGS 2100C or CGS
                                                                                                                                     1060C, and MAC 1105 or MGF 1106, and ISM 3011C. Not
                                                                                                                                     open to MIS majors. Advanced topics concerning the use of
                                                                                                                                     application software in organizations. Focus on integration
                                                                                                                                     of applications. Occasional.


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ISM 3530                BA-MIS                      3(3,0)       ISM 4323                 BA-MIS                       3(3,0)       ITA 1121C              CAH-LANG                      4(3,1)
Quality & Productivity Management: PR: GEB                       Information Systems Security: PR: ISM 4220.                        Elementary Italian Language and Civilization
3031, MAN 3025. Open to MIS Majors and Minors and                Open to MIS Majors and Minors and students whose major             II: PR: ITA 1120C or equivalent. Continuation of ITA 1120C.
students whose major requires it. Principles and theories of     requires it. Primary issues related to information systems         Fall, Spring.
quality and operations management in manufacturing and           security in an organization’s IT infrastructure. Occasional.
service organizations. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                ITA 2200               CAH-LANG                        3(3,0)
                                                                 ISM 4400               BA-MIS                   3(3,0)             Intermediate Italian Language and Civilization
ISM 4090              BA-MIS                      3(3,0)         Decision Support: PR: ISM 3011C. Open to MIS                       I: PR: ITA 1121C or equivalent. Designed to continue
Seminar in Management Information                                Majors and Minors and students whose major requires it.            development of language skills at intermediate level, plus
Systems: PR: ISM 3011C. Open to MIS Majors and                   Computer-based quantitative models and decision support            a review of grammar, study of syntax, idiomatic expression,
Minors and students whose major requires it. New develop-        systems in organizations. Fall, Spring.                            extensive readings, and further study of Italian culture. Fall.
ments in management information systems in a business
environment. Occasional.                                         ISM 4431                BA-MIS                    3(3,0)           ITA 2201                   CAH-LANG                 3(3,0)
                                                                 Business Process Analysis: PR: ISM 4153C.                          Intermediate Italian Language and Civilization
ISM 4113               BA-MIS                    3(3,0)          Open to MIS majors and minors and other appropriate                II: PR: ITA 2200 or equivalent. Designed to continue devel-
Information Systems Analysis and Design:                         majors. Analysis of business processes surrounding Supply          opment of language skills at intermediate level, plus a
PR: ISM 3253, ISM 4212C. Open to MIS Majors and                  Chain Management. Focus on enterprise resource plan-               review of grammar and study of syntax, with emphasis on
Minors and students whose major requires it. Structured          ning technology supports SCM by integrating the business           Italian civilization. Spring.
approaches to the development of computer-based informa-         process required for success. Fall, Spring.
tion systems in business. Fall, Spring.                                                                                             ITA 2210                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
                                                                 ISM 4480               BA-MIS                     3(3,0)           Intensive Italian Conversation: PR: One year of
ISM 4114                BA-MIS                       3(3,0)      Electronic Commerce Systems: PR: ISM 3253.                         Italian or equivalent. Practical use of the language leading
Advanced              Business             Application           Open to MIS Majors and Minors and students whose major             toward fluency and correctness in speaking. Occasional.
Development: PR: ISM 3253, ISM 4212C, Open to MIS                requires it. Theory and practice in developing electronic
Majors and Minors and students whose major requires it.          commerce systems. Emphasizes economic issues and                   ITA 2240                  CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)
Theory and practice in developing client server applications     modern e-commerce development tools. Significant labora-           Italian Conversation: PR: ITA 2201 or equivalent.
for business and use of modern development tools. Includes       tory work required. Occasional.                                    Development of skills in conversation and comprehension
principles of multiuser application design and implementa-                                                                          with an introduction to Italian culture. Occasional.
tion. Occasional.                                                ISM 4941                 BA-MIS                   3(0,3)
                                                                 Internship in MIS: PR: ISM 3253, ISM 4212C, and ISM                ITA 3420                 CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
ISM 4130              BA-MIS                    3(3,0)           3011C, consent of department chair. Provides student with          Italian Composition: PR: ITA 2201 or equivalent.
Information Systems Implementation: PR: ISM                      supervised, management information system-related work             Development of skills in composition, with an introduction to
4113. Open to MIS Majors and Minors and students whose           experience in a sponsoring organization. See department            Italian culture. Spring.
major requires it. Management of information systems             for information. Fall, Spring.
development in business. Fall, Spring.                                                                                              ITA 3440               CAH-LANG               3(3,0)
                                                                 ISM 5021             BA-MIS                    3(3,0)              Italian for Business: PR: ITA 2200. Italian language
ISM 4153C              BA-MIS                    3(2,1)          Introduction to Management Information                             for business purposes. Occasional.
Enterprise Information Systems: PR: ISM 3011C.                   Systems: PR: Acceptance into the graduate program.
Open to MIS majors and minors and other appropriate              Designed to provide the student with the fundamentals              ITA 3472             CAH-LANG                   3(3,0)
majors. Implementing and managing enterprise information         of business data processing and management informa-                Renaissance Art Abroad: PR: Junior standing.
systems in organizations. Fall, Spring.                          tion systems used by organizations in a modern society.            A study of Renaissance art from Giotto to Michelangelo.
                                                                 Occasional.                                                        Occasional.
ISM 4154               BA-MIS                     3(3,0)
Enterprise Application Development: PR: ISM                      ISM 5123                BA-MIS                    3(3,0)           ITA 3760                CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)
3011C, Open to MIS Majors and Minors and other appropri-         Concepts of Systems Analysis and Design:                           Advanced Italian Oral Communication: PR:
ate majors. Design and development of enterprise applica-        PR: Graduate standing. Using a traditional life-cycle              ITA 2201 or equivalent. Vocabulary building with system-
tions with special emphasis on web based development             approach, the course introduces practical tools and tech-          atic training in diction and locution. Speeches and oral
platforms. Occasional.                                           niques for organizational analysis and the subsequent              presentations as well as production and delivery of real-life
                                                                 design of an information system. Occasional.                       dialogues. Fall.
ISM 4212C                BA-MIS                     4(3,2)
Database Design and Implementation: PR: ISM                      ISM 5127               BA-MIS                       3(3,0)         ITA 4820                CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
3253, Open to MIS Majors and Minors and other appropriate        Concepts of Database Design and                                    Italian Syntax Abroad: PR: ITA 3420. A study of
majors. Design and implementation of relational database in      Administration: PR: Graduate standing. Introduces                  Italian Syntax for advanced students of Italian. Occasional.
organizations. Fall, Spring.                                     concepts and methods related to the effective utilization of
                                                                 data by organizations. Occasional.                                 ITT 3443                CAH-LANG            3(3,0)
ISM 4220               BA-MIS                     3(3,0)                                                                            Dante’s Inferno: PR: ITW 3100. An in-depth study of
Distributed Information Systems: PR: ISM 3253,                   ISM 5219               BA-MIS                    3(3,0)            Dante’s Inferno. In English. Occasional.
ISM 3011C. Open to MIS Majors and Minors and students            Business Intelligence Systems: PR: Graduate
whose major requires it. Computer networking and com-            standing. Modern paradigms in data analysis. The detec-            ITT 3480                  CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
munications. Managerial and technical dimensions of client/      tion of useful patterns and relationships in databases.            Study Abroad: Italian Literature in Translation:
server and other modes of distributed and decentralized          Occasional.                                                        PR: C.I. Main literary tendencies and authors of Italian litera-
computing in business. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                ture, taught in the native environment. Occasional.
                                                                 ISM 5256               BA-MIS                     3(3,0)
ISM 4228               BA-MIS                      3(3,0)        Concepts of Business Programming: PR:                              ITT 4956               CAH-LANG                       3(3,0)
Advanced Distributed Information Systems:                        Senior or admission to graduate study. Principles of pro-          Study Abroad: Modern and Contemporary
PR: ISM 4220. Open to MIS Majors and Minors and                  gramming including program design, fundamental program-            Italian Culture: PR: Junior standing and C.I. Modern
other appropriate majors. Provides students with in-depth,       ming constructs, and database access. Occasional.                  and contemporary Italian culture in the natural environment.
hands-on experience with networking hardware and soft-                                                                              Occasional.
ware. Teamwork is emphasized in mastering networking             ISM 5315                 BA-MIS                    3(3,0)
concepts. Occasional.                                            Information Systems Project Management:                            ITT 4957H               CAH-LANG                     3(3,0)
                                                                 PR: Graduate standing. This course introduces students to          Honors Italian Literature in Translation: PR:
ISM 4238               BA-MIS                       3(3,0)       the concept of project management including project scope,         ENC 1102 and consent of Honors. Main literary tenden-
Business Programming/OOP: PR: ISM 3253, ISM                      cost, time and quality. Occasional.                                cies and authors of Italian Literature, with honors content.
4212C, or C.I. Open to MIS Majors and Minors and students                                                                           Occasional.
whose major requires it. An introduction to object-oriented      ISM 5507                BA-MIS                    3(3,0)
programming (OOP) and object-oriented design (OOD).              Electronic Agorae: PR: Admission to graduate study.                ITW 3100                  CAH-LANG                        3(3,0)
Occasional.                                                      Broad exploration of internet tools as vehicles for com-           Survey of Italian Literature I: PR: ITA 2201. Main
                                                                 munication, interaction, decision-making, and community            currents and writers in Italian literature from the 12th through
ISM 4300                 BA-MIS                   3(3,0)         formation. Occasional.                                             the 15th centuries. Occasional.
Information Technology Management: PR: ISM
4212C, Open to MIS Majors and Minors and other appropri-         ISS 4155               COS-COMM                    3(3,0)          ITW 3101                  CAH-LANG                       3(3,0)
ate majors. The strategy and theory of the design, devel-        Science Fiction and the Social Sciences: A                         Survey of Italian Literature II: PR: ITA 2201. Main
opment, adoption, and management of new information              multimedia examination of note-worthy science fiction from         currents and writers in Italian literature from the 15th century
technologies. Fall, Spring.                                      the Social Science perspective. Occasional.                        to the present. Occasional.

ISM 4314                 BA-MIS                        3(3,0)    ITA 1120C               CAH-LANG                       4(3,1)      JOU 2100C              COS-COMM                   3(3,1)
Business Project Management: PR: ISM 3011C.                      Elementary Italian Language and Civilization                       News Reporting: PR: Com pending, or Journalism
Foundations of project management in commercial organi-          I: Introduces the student to Italian culture through the major     Major, or Magazine Journalism Minor and meet grammar
zations. Covers all project phases from initiation to termina-   language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.         proficiency requirement. Newsgathering and writing for the
tion. Occasional.                                                Open only to students with no experience in this language.         mass media. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00
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JOU 3004                  COS-COMM                 3(3,0)        JOU 4340C               COS-COMM                  3(1,3)           JST 3126                CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)
History of American Journalism: Development of                   On-line Journalism I: PR: PUR 3100, or a minimum                   Romantic Love in the Bible: PR: ENC 1102, Junior
mass media, leading innovators, and the media’s role in the      grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. The development, impact           standing. The dimensions of romantic love in the Hebrew
nation’s history. Fall, Spring.                                  and problems of using the Internet as a journalistic tool.         Bible, focusing on the depiction of human feelings of love
                                                                 Write and design news for the Web. Occasional. M&S fee:            and relationship; the nature of man-woman interactions in
JOU 3101                   COS-COMM               3(3,0)         $15.00                                                             ancient Israel. Occasional.
Advanced Reporting: PR: Journalism major or
Magazine Journalism minor, meet Grammar Proficiency              JOU 4341C             COS-COMM                 3(1,3)              JST 3144               CAH-JUD                       3(3,0)
standard, and a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C.         On-line Journalism II: PR: JOU 4340C. Study,                       Dead Sea Scrolls: PR: Junior standing or C.I. The
Advanced information-gathering and development of news           design, and development of on-line journalism materials.           Dead Sea Scrolls, their literary and historical context, and
writing skills. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                    Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                        significance. Occasional.

JOU 3130              COS-COMM                     3(3,0)        JOU 4342C               COS-COMM                      3(2,1)       JST 3190                 CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)
In-Depth Reporting: PR: STA 1060C or MAC 1105,                   Converged Journalism: PR: JOU 2100C, MMC                           The Biblical Prophets: PR: ENC 1102. Writings of
and JOU 2100C, or C.I. Writing with analysis, using detail,      3200, and Senior standing. Combining print and electronic          the biblical prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel against
description, and demographics. Occasional.                       technologies to transmit information to the public. Capstone       the backdrop of their times. Occasional.
                                                                 course. Fall.
JOU 3184C              COS-COMM                    3(2,1)                                                                           JST 3210                   CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)
Metro Reporting: PR: Journalism major and a mini-                JOU 4700                COS-COMM                 3(3,0)            Kabbalah: Jewish Mysticism: PR: ENC 1102.
mum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. Coverage of several         Journalism Ethics: PR: MMC 3200. Ethical problems,                 Jewish mysticism from its early roots in the prophetic age
important news beats in a metropolitan area. Occasional.         codes, and practices in newsrooms. Fall, Spring.                   through the flowering of Kabbalah in medieval Spain and
                                                                                                                                    the land of Israel, with its texts and the Zohar. Occasional.
JOU 3201                COS-COMM                3(3,0)           JPN 1120C              CAH-LANG                      4(3,1)
Editing I: PR: Journalism major or Magazine Journalism           Elementary Japanese Language and                                   JST 3312               CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)
minor and meet grammar proficiency requirement. Editing          Civilization I: Introduces the student to Japanese cul-            Identity and Genre: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I. Jewish
copy, writing headlines, managing newsroom operations.           ture through the major language skills: listening, speaking,       and Hebrew literature as related to the intellectual quest
Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.00                                    reading and writing. Open only to students with no experi-         for Jewish identity and modernism in the 18th and 19th
                                                                 ence in the language. Fall.                                        centuries. Occasional.
JOU 3202                 COS-COMM                      3(3,0)
Editing II: PR: Journalism major or Magazine Journalism          JPN 1121C             CAH-LANG       4(3,1)                        JST 3312H                CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)
minor, a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 3201, and a           Elementary Japanese Language and                                   Honors Jewish Identity and Genre: PR: ENC
minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. Practical aspects       Civilization II: PR: JPN 1120C or equivalent.                      1102 and consent of Honors. Literary genres in Jewish and
of editing. Principles of design. Practice in editing and lay-   Continuation of JPN 1120C. Spring.                                 Hebrew literature of the 18th and 19th centuries as related
out. Occasional. M&S fee: $15.00                                                                                                    to the intellectual quest for Jewish identity and modernism.
                                                                 JPN 2200                 CAH-LANG                     3(3,1)       With Honors content. Occasional.
JOU 3313C               COS-COMM                      3(2,1)     Intermediate Japanese Language and
Sports Reporting: PR: Journalism major and a                     Civilization I: PR: JPN 1121C or equivalent. This course           JST 3401                 CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)
minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. Covering                aims to aid in acquiring and refining the acquisition of the       The Jewish People I: Introduction survey of the his-
sports for the print media; issues, principles, and practices.   four skills in modern Japanese: speaking, listening, reading,      tory and culture of the Jewish people from the beginnings of
Occasional.                                                      and writing. The emphasis is on accurate communication in          Judaism in the biblical era through the Graeco-Roman and
                                                                 Japanese. The culture of Japan will also be studied. Fall.         rabbinic periods. Fall.
JOU 3510              COS-COMM                      3(3,0)
Magazine Publishing: PR: Journalism major or                     JPN 2201              CAH-LANG                      3(3,1)         JST 3402              CAH-JUD                   3(3,0)
Magazine Journalism minor, and a minimum grade of “C”            Intermediate Japanese Language and                                 The Jewish People II: The life and history of the Jews
(2.0) in JOU 2100C. The magazine industry, emphasizing           Civilization II: PR: JPN 2200 or equivalent. Continuation          in the medieval and modern worlds. Spring.
business operations and current topics. Occasional.              of JPN 2200 with emphasis on Japanese civilization. Spring.
                                                                                                                                    JST 3415                CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)
JOU 4181               COS-COMM                   3(3,0)         JPN 2952                CAH-LANG                      3(3,0)       American Jewish History: PR: ENC 1102. Jewish
Public Affairs Reporting: PR: Journalism major, and              Japanese Cultural Studies Abroad: PR: JPN                          presence in America and its influence on and contribution to
a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C and a minimum          1120C and JPN 1121C. Japanese culture through key ele-             American life and culture. Occasional.
grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 3184C or JOU 3101. Reporting           ments of Japanese life and comprehensive exposure of vari-
on city, county and state government. Fall, Spring. M&S          ous aspects of their material cultural heritage. Conducted in      JST 3424               CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)
fee: $15.00                                                      Japanese. Occasional.                                              Biblical Archaeology: PR: ENC 1102. Examines
                                                                                                                                    archaeological excavations in Israel and the ancient Near
JOU 4211C               COS-COMM                    3(2,1)       JPN 3760              CAH-LANG                    3(3,0)           East to shed light on events and stories recorded in the
Informational Graphics: PR: Journalism major and                 Advanced Japanese Conversation: PR: JPN                            Bible. Occasional.
a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. Use of boxes,         1121C or equivalent proficiency. Communication in con-
charts and graphics in the print media. Occasional.              versational Japanese to enhance knowledge of the sound             JST 3450                 CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)
                                                                 changes, speech functions and styles in verbal discourse.          Modern Jewish Experience: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.
JOU 4213C              COS-COMM                 3(2,1)           Occasional.                                                        Reading in literature depicting the modern Jewish experi-
Page Design: PR: Journalism major and JOU 3201.                                                                                     ence in the past 150 years in the Jewish transition from
Designing newspaper pages, including stories, headlines,         JST 3005              CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)          ghetto and traditional life to modernity in Europe, America
and other content. Occasional.                                   Tenets of Judaism: PR: ENC 1101 and ENC                            and pre-state Israel. Occasional.
                                                                 1102. Values, practices, and beliefs that define Judaism.
JOU 4224                 COS-COMM                    3(3,0)      Occasional.                                                        JST 3481                 CAH-JUD                   3(3,0)
Magazine Editing and Production: PR:                                                                                                20th Century Jewish History and Thought:
Journalism major or Magazine Journalism minor, and a             JST 3100                CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)         PR: ENC 1102 or C.I. Study of philosophers such as Buber,
minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in JOU 2100C. The magazine            The Hebrew Creative Mind: Survey of Hebrew                         Rosenzweig, Kaplan, Heschel, Borowitz, Solovechik, within
industry, including writing and editing skills, and editorial,   Literature in Translation. A survey of the creative expres-        the historical context of European immigration to the U.S.
business, and production requirements. Occasional.               sions of Hebrew civilization as found in the Hebrew Bible,         Occasional.
                                                                 Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, the Mishnah, and the
JOU 4300               COS-COMM                 3(3,0)           Talmud, Medieval Hebrew Poetry and Prose. Occasional.              JST 3550                 CAH-JUD                 3(3,0)
Feature Writing: PR: Journalism major or Magazine                                                                                   Introduction of Modernism into Judaism: The
Journalism minor, and a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in            JST 3120                  CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)      transition from traditional Judaism to modern Judaism in
JOU 2100C. Writing feature articles for newspapers and           Hebrew Scriptures: PR: ENC 1102, Junior stand-                     the 18th century, as epitomized by Moses Mendelssohn
magazines. Fall, Spring.                                         ing. The Hebrew Bible (Old Testament, in translation) in           and writers of the Jewish Enlightenment (in translation).
                                                                 historical, social, religious, cultural and literary contexts.     Occasional.
JOU 4306C              COS-COMM                   3(1,2)         Occasional.
Critical Writing: PR: Journalism major or Magazine                                                                                  JST 3551               CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)
Journalism minor. Writing reviews of movies, plays, televi-      JST 3121                CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)         The Holy and the Profane: The Introduction
sion programs, concerts, books, and other cultural works.        Classic Texts of Judaism: PR: ENC 1102.                            of Secularism into Modern Judaism: PR: ENC
Occasional.                                                      Scriptures, post-Biblical Rabbinic writings, Exegesis,             1102 or JST 3401 or JST 3402. Examines cultural, religious,
                                                                 Appocrypha, Qumran documents, Mishnah, Talmud, the                 and social processes from traditional Judaism to the begin-
JOU 4308                COS-COMM                    3(3,0)       Siddur, as well as Jewish mystical writings. Occasional.           ning of secularism in 18th-19th century European Jewry
Freelance Writing: PR: Journalism major or Magazine                                                                                 by studying Hebrew & Jewish Enlightenment. Occasional.
Journalism minor. A study of the techniques and procedures       JST 3125                CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)
of freelance writing, including the preparation of several       The Book of Job: PR: Jr. standing, ENC 1102. A                     JST 3620                 CAH-JUD               3(3,0)
manuscripts. Occasional.                                         textual-thematic study of Book of Job in English translation,      Contemporary Jewish Ethics and Morality:
                                                                 exploring the Book of Job as literature, theodicy and ethics.      PR: ENC 1102. Moral concerns using the resources of the
                                                                 Occasional.                                                        classical Judaic tradition. Occasional.



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UCF Courses and Descriptions
JST 3701              CAH-JUD                      3(3,0)        LAE 5337                ED-TLP                        3(3,0)        LAH 5713                 CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)
History of the Holocaust: A comprehensive study of               Literacy Strategies for Middle and Secondary                        Colloquium in U.S.-Latin American Relations:
the Holocaust from 1933-1945, discussing the persecution         Teaching: PR: EDG 6236 or C.I. Designed to assist                   PR: Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. The course
of German Jews and the annihilation of the Jews in Europe.       teachers and graduate students in understanding the ado-            will analyze U.S.-Latin American relations from an historical
Occasional.                                                      lescent learner. This course will examine theory, strategies,       perspective. It will be presented through readings and dis-
                                                                 research, resources and implementation options for effec-           cussion of selected materials. Occasional.
JST 3751                CAH-JUD                    3(3,0)        tive middle and secondary literacy programs. Occasional.
Literature of the Holocaust: A study of the traumat-                                                                                 LAS 3101               CAH-LAS                    3(3,0)
ic experience of the Holocaust in Europe as expressed and        LAE 5338                  ED-TLP                 3(3,0)             Latin American Popular Culture: PR: SPN 1120C
depicted in contemporary Jewish and Hebrew Literature.           Teaching Writing in Middle and High School:                         and CR: SPN 1121C. Examines folklore and digital media
Occasional.                                                      PR: EDG 6236 or C.I. Techniques and methods in teaching             of Latin American culture with a special focus on Mexico,
                                                                 dialects, semantics, and the various grammars within the            Puerto Rico, and Peru. Occasional.
JST 3803              CAH-JUD                   3(3,0)           context of writing. Fall, Spring.
The Israeli Experience in Short Stories: PR:                                                                                         LAS 4023                  CAH-AAS                       3(3,0)
ENC 1102. The Israeli experience in contemporary short           LAE 5346               ED-TLP                       3(3,0)          African Caribbean Experience: PR: Junior stand-
stories. Themes include Judaism - Past & Present; War            Methods of Teaching English Language Arts:                          ing or C.I. Interdisciplinary study of the evolution of African
& Peace; Society; the Holocaust; the Kibbutz and Israeli         PR: EDG 6236 or C.I. Designed for alternative certification         Caribbean culture, its influence on institutions, social and
reality. Occasional.                                             and Masters of Arts students to explore the strands, meth-          political movements, and contemporary Caribbean society.
                                                                 ods and materials related to school curriculum in teaching          Occasional.
JST 3810                 CAH-JUD                     3(3,0)      English. Fall, Spring.
The Jewish National Movement and Roots of                                                                                            LAT 1120C                 CAH-LANG                    4(3,1)
Zionism: Roots of Zionism and Jewish nationalism and             LAE 5367                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)           Elementary Latin Language and Civilization I:
their relationship to modern anti-Semitism, through analysis     English Composition and Literature for                              Introduces the student to Latin culture through the major lan-
of European Jewish history and society. Occasional.              Teachers of Advanced Placement: PR: Graduate                        guage skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Open
                                                                 status or senior standing, and C.I. A two-week summer               only to students with no experience in this language. Fall.
JST 3820                CAH-JUD                       3(3,0)     institute for secondary school teachers preparing to teach
Modern Hebrew Culture: The Development of the                    advanced placement courses. Occasional.                             LAT 1120H               CAH-LANG                    4(4,1)
State of Israel: Political and ideological struggle for the                                                                          Honors Elementary Latin Language and
establishment of the State of Israel, with emphasis on forces    LAE 5415                ED-TLP                      3(3,0)          Civilization I: PR: Permission of Honors. Introduces the
which shaped contemporary Israeli society and politics.          Children’s          Literature         in     Elementary            student to Latin culture through the major language skills:
Occasional.                                                      Education: Survey of children’s literature: criteria for            listening, speaking, reading and writing. Open only to stu-
                                                                 selection according to literary elements and child develop-         dents with no experience in this language, with honors-level
LAE 3414                ED-TLP                        3(3,0)     ment needs. Methods for presenting to children; integrating         content. Occasional.
Literature for Children: PR: Admission to                        literature with elementary curricula. Spring.
Undergraduate Elementary Education Program or C.I.                                                                                   LAT 1121           CAH-LANG                   4(4,1)
Criteria for analysis and evaluation of children’s literature    LAE 5465                ED-TLP                     3(3,0)           Elementary Latin Language and Civilization
in terms of interests, needs, and abilities of children. Fall,   Literature for Adolescents: PR: Senior standing                     II: PR: LAT 1120C or equivalent. Continuation of LAT
Spring.                                                          or C.I. Selecting and evaluating books for adolescents with         1120C. Spring.
                                                                 emphasis on the use of literature in the development of
LAE 4314                ED-TLP                         3(3,0)    young people. Spring.                                               LAT 1121H              CAH-LANG               4(4,1)
Language Arts in the Elementary School: PR:                                                                                          Honors Elementary Latin Language and
EDG 4410 or C.I. Content, principles, materials, and tech-       LAE 5495                  ED-TLP                        3(3,0)      Civilization II: PR: LAT 1120H or equivalent and
niques involved in teaching, speaking, listening, writing, and   Assessing Writing: PR: C.I. Students will explore a                 permission of Honors. Continuation of LAT 1120H, with
spelling in the elementary school; organizing for instruction.   variety of strategies for assessing students’ writing including     honors-level content. Occasional.
Fall, Spring.                                                    holistic scoring, primary trait scoring, and portfolio assess-
                                                                 ment. Spring.                                                       LDR 2001                 UGST-INTERDISC               2(2,0)
LAE 4342                ED-TLP                      3(3,0)                                                                           Foundations of Leadership: PR: Student enrolled
Programs in Teaching Language and                                LAH 3130                CAH-HIST         3(3,0)                     in LEAD Scholars, Leadership Studies minor or certificate.
Composition: PR: EDG 4410; CR: LAE 4360 and LAE                  Latin American History I: PR: EUH 2000 and 2001                     Introductory study into the foundations of leadership, includ-
3940. Special programs, strategies and materials for middle      or C.I. The Colonial period. Occasional.                            ing leadership theories and related principles and practices.
and secondary English Language Arts majors. Emphasis on                                                                              Fall.
individual needs of students. Fall.                              LAH 3200                CAH-HIST          3(3,0)
                                                                 Latin American History II: PR: EUH 2000 and 2001                    LDR 2002                  UGST-INTERDISC              2(2,0)
LAE 4360              ED-TLP                      3(3,0)         or C.I. The National period. Occasional.                            Intermediate Foundations of Leadership: PR:
English Instructional Analysis: PR: EDG 4410,                                                                                        LDR 2001. Intermediate study of leadership practices as
EDF 4467, TSL 4080, and LAE 4464. CR: LAE 4342 and               LAH 3400               CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)            related to translating a leadership vision into organizational
LAE 3940. Course objectives for a school curriculum and          History of Mexico and Central America: PR:                          effectiveness. Builds on the theories in the prerequisite
methods and materials which have special application for         EUH 2000 and 2001 or C.I. A survey of Mexican and Central           Foundations of Leadership course. Spring.
teaching English at the middle grades and high school.           American history from Pre-Columbian times to the present.
Fall, Spring.                                                    Occasional.                                                         LDR 2262               UGST-INTERDISC            1(0,1)
                                                                                                                                     Focused Volunteer Community Service:
LAE 4361                ED-TLP                       3(3,0)      LAH 3470               CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)            Students will engage in volunteer experiences and reflect
Literacy Strategies for Middle and High                          History of the Caribbean: PR: EUH 2000 and                          upon the value of those experiences. Graded S/U. Fall,
School: PR: EDG 4323 or EVT 3365 or C.I. Theory,                 2001 or C.I. History of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican                Spring.
teaching strategies, and resources for effective middle and      Republic, and Haiti from Pre-Columbian times to the pres-
high school reading programs, to assist pre-service teach-       ent. Occasional.                                                    LIN 3010                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
ers to understand content reading. Fall, Odd Spring.                                                                                 Principles of Linguistics: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
                                                                 LAH 4136                CAH-HIST                      3(3,0)        better required in ENC 1102. An overview of the modern
LAE 4464                 ED-TLP                   3(3,0)         Colonial Florida: PR: AMH 2010 and AMH 2020 or                      linguist’s approach to language. Analytic methods of phonol-
Survey of Adolescent Literature: PR: ENC 1101                    C.I. History of Spanish Colonial Florida until 1821. Odd Fall.      ogy, morphology, syntax. Brief systematic survey of dialec-
and admission to the college. This course is designed to                                                                             tology, language acquisition, and semantics. Occasional.
explore adolescent/young adult literature from an educa-         LAH 4461               CAH-HIST                   3(3,0)
tional and historical perspective. Spring.                       History of Puerto Rico: PR: Any two of the follow-                  LIN 3673                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
                                                                 ing: AMH 2010, AMH 2020, WOH 2012, or WOH 2022.                     Grammar & Advanced Prose Style: PR: ENC
LAE 5195                ED-TLP                       3(3,0)      History of Puerto Rico from pre-Columbian era to present.           1102. Build on fundamental principles of grammatical
CFWP Teacher Consultant: PR: C.I. This course is                 Occasional.                                                         correctness by learning and practicing the techniques that
designed for Fellows of the CFWP Summer Institute who will                                                                           today’s expert writers use to increase sentence clarity and
plan, practice, and present writing in-service components to     LAH 4480             CAH-HIST                    3(3,0)             elegance. Occasional.
public schools. Occasional.                                      History of Cuba: PR: Any two of the following: AMH
                                                                 2010, AMH 2020, WOH 2012, or WOH 2022. History of                   LIN 3713              HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)
LAE 5295                ED-TLP                    1-3(1-3,0)     Cuba from pre-Columbian era to present. Occasional.                 Language Science: PR: or CR: SPA 3471. Language
Writing Workshop: PR: C.I. Students will engage in                                                                                   components, models of language production and com-
exploration and practice of effective writing strategies. (May   LAH 4742                  CAH-HIST                  3(3,0)          prehension, and theories of language development. Fall,
be repeated up to 3 semester hours.) May be repeated for         The Mexican Revolution: PR: AMH 2020 or C.I.                        Spring.
credit. Occasional.                                              Political and social history of Mexico since 1910 and domi-
                                                                 nation of one party rule over 70 years. Occasional.                 LIN 3716                HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)
LAE 5319                ED-TLP                         3(3,0)                                                                        Language Development: PR: LIN 3713; CR: LIN
Methods of Elementary School Language                                                                                                3716L. Spoken and written language development from
Arts: PR: EDG 4323. Principles, procedures, organiza-                                                                                infancy to adulthood. Fall, Spring.
tion and current practices in reading, writing, listening, and
talking. Fall.


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LIN 3716L             HPA-COM SC&DIS 2(0,2)                       LIT 2110                  CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)         LIT 3823               CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
Language Development Lab: PR: LIN 3713; CR:                       World Literature I: PR: ENC 1102. Poetry, prose, and                 Hispanic Women Writers: PR: ENC 1102. Hispanic
LIN 3716. Procedures for sampling, analyzing, and describ-        drama selected from ancient Hebrew, Greek, and Oriental              women writers in a variety of genres. May be repeated for
ing language in children and adolescents. Graded S/U.             literature and from that of Renaissance Europe. Fall, Spring.        credit. Occasional.
Fall, Spring.
                                                                  LIT 2120                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)           LIT 3905                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
LIN 3717               HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                      World Literature II: PR: ENC 1102. Readings from                     Directed experience in Literature: PR: ENC 1102,
Language Development: 9 - 18 Years: PR: LIN                       Moliere, Voltaire, Goethe, Pushkin, Balzac, Tolstoy, Ibsen,          C.I. Individualized topics of study and/or research in litera-
3716. Study of the language acquisition process in children       Mann, Kafka, Camus, and others. Fall, Spring.                        ture with personalized faculty direction. May be repeated for
from nine through eighteen years and how meaning is con-                                                                               credit. Occasional.
veyed through sounds, words, and sentences. Fall, Spring.         LIT 2120H          CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)
                                                                  World Literature II - Honors: PR: Permission of                      LIT 3911H                 CAH-ENG                   1(1,0)
LIN 4105                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)        Honors. Same as LIT 2120, with honors-level content.                 Research Methods - Honors: PR: Permission of
History of the English Language: PR: Sophomore                    Occasional.                                                          Honors. Introduction to scholarship and practical research
standing, and C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. Study                                                                            in literature and writing. Occasional.
of the English language and its development from Anglo-           LIT 3082                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
Saxon to Modern. Fall, Spring.                                    Continental European Fiction Since 1900: PR:                         LIT 4043                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
                                                                  Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. A selection         Modern Drama As Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0)
LIN 4615                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)       of significant works of fiction written in various languages         or better required in ENG 3014. A study of important plays,
African-American Styles of Communication:                         during the present century, read in translation. Occasional.         playwrights, themes, movements, and styles in modern
PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102 and                                                                                American, British, and European drama. Occasional.
junior standing or C.I. African-American norms contrasted         LIT 3192                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
to Anglo-American norms with attention given to speech            Caribbean Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better                 LIT 4184                  CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
acts, kinesics, proxemics, paralinguistics, and gender roles.     required in ENC 1102. Traces how Caribbean societies                 Irish Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better required
Occasional.                                                       have achieved self-expression through documentary writing,           in ENG 3014. Study of literature written in Ireland, within the
                                                                  prose fiction, and popular culture; in English. Occasional.          context of Irish history, politics, culture and colonial experi-
LIN 4643                CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)                                                                               ence. Occasional.
Cross Cultural Communication: PR: Junior stand-                   LIT 3192H              CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
ing or C.I., and C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102.          Honors Caribbean Literature: PR: Permission                          LIT 4233                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
Styles of spoken, written, and nonverbal communication of         of Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit. How                    Postcolonial Theory and Literature: PR: Grade
selected cultural groups. Occasional.                             Caribbean societies have achieved self-expression through            of C (2.0) or better required in ENG 3014. Focus on the
                                                                  documentary writing, prose fiction, and popular culture;             nature of colonial discourse, the strength of postcolonial
LIN 4643H              CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)           taught in English. Honors content. Occasional.                       rewritings, and the relationship of postcolonial theory to
Honors Cross-Cultural Communication: PR:                                                                                               other theories. Occasional.
ENC 1102H and permission of Honors. Styles of spoken,             LIT 3202               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
written, and nonverbal communication of selected cultural         Death and Dying: PR: ENC 1102. Considering the                       LIT 4244                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
groups with honors level content. Occasional.                     topic of death and dying through a study of literature, the          World Authors: PR: ENG 3014. Study of the works of
                                                                  course includes facts, psychological impact, ideological             a single non-British and non-U.S. author who composes in
LIN 4660                 CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)        responses to death and identity. Occasional.                         English. May be used in the degree program a maximum of
Linguistics and Literature: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or                                                                                    2 times only when course content is different. Occasional.
better required in LIN 3010 or C.I. Language study as an aid      LIT 3313                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
to understanding literature. Occasional.                          Science Fiction: PR: ENC 1102. An investigation of                   LIT 4303                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
                                                                  science fiction as a literary form, together with selected           Post-World War II Fiction: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or
LIN 4680                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)        readings. Occasional.                                                better required in ENG 3014. An investigation of various
Modern English Grammar: PR: Sophomore stand-                                                                                           modes of reality in the works of significant postmodernist
ing, and C (2.0) or better required in ENC 1102. Emphasis         LIT 3313H                CAH-ENG                         3(3,0)      world authors, crossing cultural boundaries. Occasional.
upon the analysis and comparison of traditional, structural,      Honors Science Fiction Literature: PR:
and transformational grammar. Spring.                             Permission of Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit.             LIT 4374                CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
                                                                  An investigation of science fiction as a literary form, together     Literature of the Bible: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or better
LIN 4711              HPA-COM SC&DIS 3(3,0)                       with selected readings. Honors content. Occasional.                  required in ENG 3014. Literary forms in the Bible — narra-
Language Analysis: PR: LIN 3716 and LIN 3717.                                                                                          tive, poetic, and dramatic — and their reflection in modern
CR: LIN 4711L. Introduction to procedures for sampling,           LIT 3381               CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)         literature. Occasional.
analyzing, and describing language across the lifespan.           Women Writers of Color: PR: ENC 1102 or C.I.
Fall, Spring.                                                     Examines the cultural productions of women writers of color          LIT 4374H                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
                                                                  in the Americas with a particular focus on literature, theory,       Honors Literature of the Bible: PR: Permission of
LIN 4711L              HPA-COM SC&DIS 1(0,1)                      and film. Occasional.                                                Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit. Literary forms
Language Analysis Lab: PR: LIN 3716 and LIN                                                                                            in the Bible — narrative, poetic, and dramatic — and their
3717. CR: LIN 4711. Introduction to procedures for sam-           LIT 3383              CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)             reflection in modern literature. Honors content. Occasional.
pling, analyzing and describing language samples across           Women in Literature: PR: ENC 1102. Fiction, poetry,
the lifespan. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.                           drama and non-fiction by selected women writers, such                LIT 4433               CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
                                                                  as Emily Dickinson, Jane Austen, George Eliot, Kate                  Literature of Science and Technology: PR: ENC
LIN 4801                  CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)      Chopin, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Adrienne Rich,            1102 and Junior Standing or C.I. Major works of non-fiction
Language and Meaning: PR: Grade of C (2.0) or                     Gwendolyn Brooks. Occasional.                                        that address and describe the history, philosophy, politics,
better required in ENC 1102 and sophomore standing. A                                                                                  and new ideas in science and technology. Fall.
linguistic study of the nature of language, meaning, and the      LIT 3383H             CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)
ways in which man uses language in various social, cultural,      Honors Women in Literature: PR: Permission                           LIT 4554                CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)
institutional, and professional settings. Occasional.             of Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit. Fiction,               Advanced Feminist Theories: PR: Grade of C (2.0)
                                                                  poetry, drama and non-fiction by selected women writers,             or better required in ENC 1102, WST 3015 or ENG 3014.
LIN 5137              CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)            such as Emily Dickinson, Jane Austen, George Eliot, Kate             An advanced exploration of feminist critical theories and
Linguistics: PR: Graduate status or senior standing               Chopin, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Adrienne Rich,            practices. Occasional.
or C.I. Modern linguistic theories and studies focusing           Gwendolyn Brooks. Honors content. Occasional.
on language acquisition and development, contempo-                                                                                     LIT 4937H              CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)
rary American English, semantics, and para-linguistics.           LIT 3394               CAH-ENG                         3(3,0)        English Honors Seminar: PR: ENG 3014 and
Occasional.                                                       Literature of AIDS: PR: ENC 1102. To familiarize                     permission of Honors. In-depth study of language and/or
                                                                  students with the new genre of literature that has arisen            literature with an emphasis on creative and critical abilities.
LIN 5675                 CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)       related to AIDS. Essays, short stories, plays, poetry, diaries,      Occasional.
English Grammar and Usage: PR: Graduate status                    and novels will be covered. Occasional.
or senior standing or C.I. An overview of modern grammar,                                                                              LIT 5028                CAH-ENG                       3(3,0)
including structural, transformational and rhetorical gram-       LIT 3394H              CAH-ENG                         3(3,0)        Form and Theory of Short Story: PR: Graduate
mar, along with an examination of controversial usage.            Honors Literature of AIDS: PR: Permission of                         status or senior standing or C.I. Evolving forms and theories
Occasional.                                                       Honors and ENC 1102H or equivalent credit. Literature                of short fiction and the implications of form and theory.
                                                                  related to AIDS: Essays, short stories, plays, poetry, diaries,      Occasional.
LIT 2000                 CAH-ENG                        3(3,0)    and novels. Honors content. Occasional.
Introduction to Literary Interpretation: PR:                                                                                           LIT 5269               CAH-ENG                      3(3,0)
ENC 1102. Interpretation of fiction, drama, verse: conflict,      LIT 3482                  CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)           Nineteenth-Century Essays: PR: Graduate status
characterization, point of view, rhetorical and poetic devices,   Literature & Popular Culture: PR: ENC 1102.                          or senior standing or C.I. English non-fiction prose of the
figurative language, verse forms; application of critical         Analysis of media to determine popular values in the forma-          19th century. Occasional.
approaches to selected works. Occasional.                         tion of popular cultural perceptions. Occasional.




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UCF Courses and Descriptions
LIT 5309                  CAH-ENG                   3(3,0)          MAC 1140H               COS-MATH                    3(3,0)          MAC 2313                  COS-MATH                     4(4,0)
Popular Culture and Media: PR: Graduate status or                   Honors Pre-Calculus Algebra: PR: Math place-                        Calculus with Analytic Geometry III: PR: Grade
senior standing or C.I. Study of contemporary media and the         ment test and permission of Honors. Polynomial, rational,           of “C” (2.0) or better in MAC 2312, or score of 5 on the
literature of popular culture. Occasional.                          exponential, logarithmic, and piecewise defined functions;          Calculus BC Advanced Placement Exam, or C.I. Geometry
                                                                    matrices, conic sections, sequences and series, bino-               of higher dimensional Euclidean space; vectors and vector
LIT 5366              CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)            mial theorem, mathematical induction, and applications with         functions; partial derivatives; multiple integrals; line inte-
The Romantic Revolt (19th Century                                   additional honors content. The “NC” grading policy applies          grals; vector fields; Green’s Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem.
Literature): PR: Graduate status or senior standing                 to this course. Occasional.                                         Fall, Spring.
or C.I. The romantic revolt in poetry and prose; English,
American and Continental literature from 1798 to 1832.              MAC 2147                COS-MATH                    5(5,0)          MAC 2313H                COS-MATH                      4(4,0)
Occasional.                                                         Mathematics for Calculus: PR: Solid background                      Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (Honors):
                                                                    in algebra or trigonometry, or C.I. For students with good          PR: Permission of Honors. Geometry of higher dimen-
LIT 5387               CAH-ENG                    3(3,0)            mathematical backgrounds who do not want to go directly             sional Euclidean space; vectors and vector functions; partial
Captives, Housewives, and Coquettes: PR:                            into calculus. Topics include matrices, determinants, per-          derivatives; multiple integrals; line integrals; vector fields;
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Course consid-           mutations, combinations, sequences, series, induction,              Green’s Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem. With Honors
ers early American women’s literature from 17th to 19th             trigonometric functions. The “NC” grading policy applies to         content. Spring.
centuries. Occasional.                                              this course. Even Fall, Spring.
                                                                                                                                        MAC 3103H                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
LIT 5389                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)          MAC 2233                COS-MATH                       3(3,0)       Systems Modeling and Simulation: PR:
Studies in Gender and Fiction Writing: PR:                          Concepts of Calculus: PR: Appropriate score on the                  Permission of Honors and MAC 2312. Population growth
Graduate status or senior standing or C.I. Graduate study           UCF Math Placement Exam, or MAC 1140 with a C (2.0)                 dynamics; spread of an epidemic; ecological predator-prey
of gender’s implications for teaching and practice of fiction       or better, or C.I. The differential and integral calculus of        relationships; insulin and its use in the control of diabetes;
writing. Occasional.                                                rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, with applica-      economic systems. Occasional.
                                                                    tions to business analysis. Not open to students with credit
LIT 5556                CAH-ENG                     3(3,0)          in MAC 2253 or MAC 2311. The “NC” grading policy applies            MAD 2104                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
Advanced Feminist Theories: PR: Graduate status                     to this course. Occasional.                                         Foundations of Discrete Math: PR: 2 years of
or senior standing or C.I. Graduate level Feminist Theories                                                                             high school algebra and 1 year of geometry or C.I. Basic
from “French Feminism” to “Critical Race Theories”.                 MAC 2241                 COS-MATH                     4(4,0)        mathematical logic, methods of proof in mathematics, and
Occasional.                                                         Calculus for Life Sciences: PR: MAC 1105.                           application to elementary discrete structure. Fall, Spring.
                                                                    Discrete dynamical systems, derivatives and dynamics,
MAA 4226                 COS-MATH                 4(4,0)            applications of derivatives, integrals and their applications.      MAD 4203                  COS-MATH                 3(3,0)
Advanced Calculus I: PR: MHF 3302, MAC 2313                         For biologists and others required to have one semester of          Applied Combinatorics: PR: MAC 2312, and either
and MAS 3106, or C.I. Limits, sequences, and continuity,            calculus. The “NC” grading policy applies to this course.           MHF 3302 or COT 3100C, or C.I. Counting principles; per-
differentiation and integration. Derivations of integrals.          Occasional.                                                         mutations and combinations, multisets; recurrence relations
Infinite series and convergence. The BalzanoWeierstrass                                                                                 and generating functions; combinatorial designs; the Polya
Theorem and the Heine-Borel Theorem. Extensions in                  MAC 2253               COS-MATH                      3(3,0)         theory of counting. Fall.
Euclidian n-space. Fall.                                            Applied Calculus I: PR: Appropriate score on the UCF
                                                                    Math Placement Exam, or MAC 1140 with a C (2.0) or better           MAD 4301                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
MAA 4227              COS-MATH     3(3,0)                           and MAC 1114 with a C (2.0) or better, or C.I. Differential         Graph Theory: PR: MAC 2313 and MHF 3302, or C.I.
Advanced Calculus II: PR: MAA 4226 or C.I.                          and integral calculus. An introduction to differential equa-        Graph theory; isomorphism, connectivity; traversability,
Continuation of MAA 4226. Spring.                                   tions and Laplace Transforms. Applications to engineering           matchings, factorizations; planarity, colorings, and Ramsey
                                                                    technology. Not open to students with credit in MAC 2233 or         number. Spring.
MAA 5210                 COS-MATH                       3(3,0)      MAC 2311. The “NC” grading policy applies to this course.
Topics in Advanced Calculus: PR: MAS 3105,                          Fall, Spring.                                                       MAD 5205                COS-MATH                    3(3,0)
MAP 2302, or equivalent or C.I. Real numbers, epsilon-                                                                                  Combinatorics and Graph Theory II: PR: MAD
delta language, limits, continuity, integration, differentiation,   MAC 2311                 COS-MATH                      4(4,0)       4203, graduate status or senior standing, or C.I. Polya’s
Taylor’s theorem, series, uniform convergence, inverse and          Calculus with Analytic Geometry I: PR:                              theory of counting; Latin squares and rectangles; block
implicit function theorems. Fall.                                   Appropriate score on the UCF Math Placement Exam, or                designs; coding theory; probabilistic methods; hypergraphs;
                                                                    MAC 1140 with a C (2.0) or better and MAC 1114 with a               applications. Odd Spring.
MAA 5228                COS-MATH                    3(3,0)          grade of C (2.0) or better, or score of 3 or better on the
Analysis I: PR: MAS 3106 or C.I. Real numbers, limits,              Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam, or C.I. Analytic               MAE 2801                ED-TLP                    4(3,1)
differentiation, Riemann integrals, Riemann-Stieltjes inte-         geometry; limits, continuity, differentiation of algebraic and      Elementary School Mathematics: PR: MAC 1105
grals, calculus in R^n, metric and normed spaces, contrac-          trigonometric functions; applications of derivatives; integra-      or MGF 1106. Mathematics appropriate for the elemen-
tion mapping theorem, inverse and implicit functions. Fall.         tion and the fundamental theorem of calculus; applications          tary school including the six basic sets of numbers, con-
                                                                    of definite integrals. The “NC” grading policy applies to this      cepts, learning sequences, algorithms, problem-solving
MAC 1105                 COS-MATH                  3(3,0)           course. Fall, Spring.                                               techniques, error patterns, number systems, and geometry.
College Algebra: PR: Appropriate score on the UCF                                                                                       Fall, Spring.
Math Placement Exam, or either Intermediate algebra,                MAC 2311H                COS-MATH                      4(4,0)
2 years of high school algebra, or C.I. Inequalities. High          Honors Calculus with Analytic Geometry I:                           MAE 4300              ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)
degree polynomials. Graphs, rational, logarithmic, and              PR: MAC 1140 (or MAC 1105 if taken prior to summer 2008)            Math Curriculum and Assessment in Early
exponential functions. Systems of equations, matrices,              and MAC 1114 (or equivalent) and consent of Honors.                 Childhood: PR: EEC 4661, EEC 4207; CR: EEC 3940.
determinants, induction. This course prepares students for          Analytic geometry; limits, continuity, differentiation of alge-     Methodologies for teaching and assessing young children
higher-level mathematics courses. The “NC” grading policy           braic and trigonometric functions; applications of deriva-          in mathematics concepts and skills through an integrated,
applies to this course. Fall, Spring.                               tives; integration and the fundamental theorem of calculus;         developmentally appropriate program. Fall.
                                                                    applications of definite integrals. The “NC” grading policy
MAC 1105H                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)       applies to this course. With Honors content. Fall, Spring.          MAE 4326                 ED-TLP                      3(3,0)
Honors College Algebra: PR: Appropriate score on                                                                                        How Children Learn Mathematics: PR: MAE
placement test and permission of Honors. Analysis of func-          MAC 2312                COS-MATH                    4(4,0)          2801 or C.I., and admission to Phase II. Instructional strate-
tions (including polynomial, rational, exponential, logarith-       Calculus with Analytic Geometry II: PR: Grade                       gies, learning activities, the use of manipulatives, lesson
mic), analysis of conic sections, analysis of systems of linear     of “C” (2.0) or better in      MAC 2311, or score of 5              planning, evaluation of mathematical learning, and diagnos-
equations, sequences and series, mathematical induction,            on the Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam, or C.I.                 tic techniques. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $10.00
and the binomial theorem. The “NC” grading policy applies           Differentiation and integration of exponential, logarithmic,
to this course. Occasional.                                         inverse trigonometric functions; techniques of integration;         MAE 4360                ED-TLP                      4(3,2)
                                                                    further applications of integration; parametric equations,          Mathematics Instructional Analysis: PR: EDG
MAC 1114                 COS-MATH                      3(3,0)       polar coordinates; infinite sequences and series. Fall,             4323. Study of course objectives for the middle grades and
College Trigonometry: PR: Appropriate score on                      Spring.                                                             high school curriculum and survey of methods and materials
the UCF Math Placement Exam, or MAC 1105 with a C                                                                                       which have special application for teaching mathematics.
(2.0) or higher, or C.I. The circle arc length, circular func-      MAC 2312H               COS-MATH                       4(4,0)       Fall.
tions, identities, inverse functions, applications to simple        Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (Honors):
harmonic motion, function of angles, complete development           PR: Permission of Honors. Differentiation and integration           MAE 4634               ED-TLP                        3(2,1)
of triangle solving. The “NC” grading policy applies to this        of exponential, logarithmic, inverse trigonometric functions;       Programs in Teaching of Mathematics: PR: C.I.
course. Fall, Spring.                                               techniques of integration; further applications of integration;     A consideration of special programs, strategies, and materi-
                                                                    parametric equations, polar coordinates; infinite sequences         als. Emphasis on individual needs of students. Spring.
MAC 1140                 COS-MATH                   3(3,0)          and series. With Honors content. Fall, Spring.
Pre-Calculus Algebra: PR: Appropriate score on the                                                                                      MAE 5327               ED-TLP                         3(3,0)
Math Placement Exam, or MAC 1105 with a C (2.0) or bet-                                                                                 Teaching Middle School Mathematics: PR:
ter, or C.I. Properties and graphs of polynomials, rational,                                                                            EDG 6236 or C.I. Students will develop skills in planning and
exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, sequences                                                                              delivering mathematics instruction in grades 5-9. The use of
and series, induction, binomial theorem. Prepares students                                                                              technology, cooperative learning, ESOL, and manipulatives
for upper level mathematics. The “NC” grading policy                                                                                    is considered. Occasional.
applies to this course. Fall, Spring.


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                                                                                                                                  UCF Courses and Descriptions
MAE 5336               ED-TLP                       3(3,0)       MAN 4330                BA-MAN                      3(3,0)         MAN 5050                BA-MAN                      2(2,0)
Current Methods in Secondary School                              Compensation Administration: PR: Management                        Management Concepts: PR: Acceptance in MBA
Mathematics: PR: EDG 4323 or EDG 6236 or C.I.                    major, MAN 3301. Presentation of compensation theory               program. Theory and practice of managing organizations
Required special methods course for mathematics 6-12             and current pay related issues and their application to the        to include planning, organizational theory, human behavior,
certification. Assessment, curriculum, technology, practical     design and administration of pay systems in large and small        and control. Occasional.
classroom ideas and activities. Occasional.                      organizations. Fall, Odd Spring.
                                                                                                                                    MAN 5867               BA-MAN                     3(3,0)
MAE 5935                 COS-MATH                      3(3,0)    MAN 4350                 BA-MAN                  3(3,0)            Small Business Consulting: PR: C.I. Hands-on
Post-Secondary Mathematics: PR: Graduate sta-                    Training and Development: PR: Management                           small business consulting course. Students are assigned
tus or senior standing or C.I. The course will focus on issues   major, MAN 3301. This course focuses on training and               teams and work with a local small business. Occasional.
which are faced by teachers of collegiate mathematics.           development activities as performed by organizational
Topics will be selected from teaching issues, program            specialists. Theory, issues, practices and problems are            MAP 2302                COS-MATH                     3(3,0)
issues, and other issues. Even Fall.                             discussed. Fall, Spring.                                           Differential Equations: PR: Grade of “C” (2.0) or bet-
                                                                                                                                    ter in MAC 2312, or C.I. Methods of solution for first order
MAN 2021                 BA-MAN                        3(3,0)    MAN 4401                BA-MAN                       3(3,0)        equations. Linear equations. Laplace transforms. Series
Management: PR: Junior standing. For non-business                Labor Relations Management: PR: Management                         solutions. Selected applications. Fall, Spring.
majors only. The interdisciplinary application of the manage-    major, Junior standing, MAN 3301. The impact of employee
rial functions of planning, organizing, leading, and control-    organizations on labor relations, current problems, conflicts      MAP 2302H                COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
ling. For Non-Business Major ONLY. Occasional.                   and trends; the development of managerial approaches to            Differential Equations (Honors): PR: Permission
                                                                 achieve labor-management cooperation. Occasional.                  of Honors and MAC 2313 or C.I. Methods of solution for
MAN 3025                BA-MAN                      4(4,0)                                                                          first order equations. Linear equations. Numerical methods;
Management of Organizations: PR: Junior stand-                   MAN 4441                BA-MAN                      3(3,0)         Laplace transforms. Series solutions. Selected applications.
ing and approved major or minor. Introduction to the theory      Conflict Resolution and Negotiation: PR: MAN                       Students will complete projects. For Honors students from
and practice of managing formal organizations, including         3025. Conflict resolution and negotiation theories and pro-        all disciplines. Occasional.
planning, organization theory, human behavior and control.       cesses applied to human resource management practices
Fall, Spring.                                                    and other management activities in work organizations.             MAP 3401                ECS-ENT                   3(3,0)
                                                                 Occasional.                                                        Problem Analysis: PR: MAC 2311 or MAC 2253
MAN 3025H                BA-MAN                     4(4,0)                                                                          or equivalent. Application of calculus techniques used in
Honors Management of Organizations: PR:                          MAN 4521               BA-MAN                      3(3,0)          solving selected problems in Engineering Technology.
Junior standing and business major or minor, permission of       Production Planning and Control: PR:                               Fall, Spring.
Honors, ECO 2013, ECO 2023 and ACG 2071. Introduction            Management major, ISM 3530. In depth study on long-
to the theory and practice of managing formal organizations,     range, intermediate-range and short-range planning and             MAP 3923                COS-MATH                     1(1,0)
including planning, organization theory, human behavior,         control methods as applied to a manufacturing organization.        Frontiers in Mathematical Research:
and control. Applicable to honors students. Occasional.          Occasional.                                                        Colloquia and Public Talks: PR: MAP 2302 or
                                                                                                                                    C.I. Current research in mathematics and related fields, as
MAN 3301                 BA-MAN                     3(3,0)       MAN 4600             BA-MAN                      3(3,0)            presented by leading national and international researchers.
Management of Human Resources: PR: Junior                        International Management: PR: Approved major or                    May not be used to satisfy requirements for mathematics
standing and approved major or minor; MAN 3025. Provides         minor, MAN 3025. The course examines issues involved in            major or minor. Graded S/U. May be used in the degree
students with a complete, comprehensive review of essen-         multinational management of business firms, with special           program a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.
tial human resource management concepts and techniques.          emphasis on comparative management. Fall, Spring.
Applicable to all students of management. Fall, Spring.                                                                             MAP 3937                 COS-MATH                   1(1,0)
                                                                 MAN 4701               BA-MAN                      3(3,0)          Techniques of Problem Solving: PR: MAC 2311
MAN 3302               BA-MAN                      3(3,0)        Business Ethics and Society: PR: Management                        and CR:MAC 2312; or C.I. Methods for solving problems
Essentials of Human Resource Management                          major, MAN 3025. This course applies the ethics dimension          in a wide variety of mathematical fields, with emphasis on
for Non-Business Majors: PR: MAN 3025. Provides                  to business decisions in today’s complex political, social,        proper mathematical technique and writing of solutions. May
non-business majors with a review of basic human resource        economic and technological environment. Fall, Spring.              be repeated for credit. Fall.
management practices and policies and the organizational
role of the HRM function. Occasional.                            MAN 4720                BA-MAN                    4(4,0)           MAP 4103               COS-MATH                  3(3,0)
                                                                 Strategic Management: PR: MAN 3025, MAR 3023,                      Mathematical Modeling I: PR: MAC 2311 and MAP
MAN 3354              BA-MAN                     3(3,0)          FIN 3403C and GEB 3031. Students assume a strategic                2302. An overview of model construction. Model fitting,
Employee Training for Non-Business Majors:                       view of organizations and integrate and apply material             optimization models, empirical construction and modeling
PR: MAN 3025. Employee training needs and practices as           learned in their business courses to modern organizational         dynamic behavior. Spring.
performed by supervisors and managers under the direction        problems and opportunities. Fall, Spring.
of organizational specialists. Designed for non-business                                                                            MAP 4113                COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
majors. Occasional.                                              MAN 4720H              BA-MAN                   4(4,0)             Probability, Random Processes and
                                                                 Honors Strategic Management: PR: Permission                        Applications I: PR: MAC 2313. Elementary probabil-
MAN 4029                 BA-MAN                    3(3,0)        of Honors and Graduating semester. Capstone course inte-           ity theory; modes of convergence; martingales, Gaussian,
Service Organization Management: PR:                             grates and applies management theories, and frameworks             Wiener, and diffusion processes; Brownian motion; applica-
Management major, MAN 3025 and ISM 3530. Study of the            to tackle modern organizational planning problems, and             tions. Occasional.
special characteristics, problems, and methods for manag-        opportunities. Honors content. Occasional.
ing service-oriented organizations. Occasional.                                                                                     MAP 4153                COS-MATH                    3(3,0)
                                                                 MAN 4802                BA-MAN                    3(3,0)           Vector and Tensor Analysis: PR: MAC 2313 or
MAN 4101                 BA-MAN                   3(3,0)         Entrepreneurship: PR: GEB 3031 or (MAN 3025                        C.I. Vector calculus. The theorems of Green, Gauss and
Human Relations in Management: PR:                               and MAR 3023). Study of entrepreneurship with emphasis             Stokes. Introduction to tensors. Application in engineering
Management major, MAN 3025. The study of individual,             on innovation, feasibility, planning, product and service          and physical sciences. Fall.
interpersonal, group, and intergroup problems in business        concepts, and organizing financing and developing a new
organizations through the use of cases and experimental          venture. Fall, Spring.                                             MAP 4171                COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
exercises. Fall, Spring.                                                                                                            Optimization for Actuarial Science: PR: MAC
                                                                 MAN 4804             BA-MAN                    3(3,0)              2312 and STA 2023. Linear and dynamic programming,
MAN 4240                BA-MAN                      3(3,0)       Small Business Consulting: PR: 3.0 GPA and                         project scheduling, integer programming, theory of queues
Organizations: Theory and Behavior: PR:                          Business major in graduation term or C.I. Students are             and stochastic simulation. Occasional.
Management major, MAN 3025. A course providing a micro/          assigned teams and work with a local small business.
macro approach to the study of organizations by integrating      Occasional.                                                        MAP 4307               COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
organizational theory and organizational behavioral science                                                                         Applications of Complex Variables (Advanced
concepts. Fall, Spring.                                          MAN 4941                 BA-MAN                      3(0,3)        Engineering Math Series): PR: MAP 2302. Analytic
                                                                 Management Internship: PR: Management major,                       functions and complex integration. Residue integration,
MAN 4310               BA-MAN                       3(3,0)       application approval, consent of department chair. Provides        Taylor and Laurent series, conformal mapping and the
Human Resource Management Issues: PR:                            student with supervised, management-related work experi-           application of complex analysis to Potential Theory. Spring.
Management major, Junior standing, MAN 3301. An appli-           ence in a sponsoring organization. See department for
cation-oriented course to give students in the area experi-      information; application required. May be repeated for credit.     MAP 4363                 COS-MATH                3(3,0)
ences generally reserved for practitioners in the field of       Occasional.                                                        Applied Boundary Value Problems I: PR: MAP
human resource management and labor relations. Odd                                                                                  2302 or C.I. Systems of linear equations. Fourier series.
Spring.                                                          MAN 5021                 BA-MAN              1.5(1.5,0)            The eigenvalue problem of Sturm-Liouville. The method of
                                                                 Management Foundations: PR: Graduate standing                      Green’s functions. Fall.
MAN 4320                 BA-MAN                       3(3,0)     or C.I. Theory and practice of managing organizations to
Human Resources Recruitment and                                  include planning, organizational theory, human behavior,           MAP 4364                 COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
Selection: PR: Management major, MAN 3301. A                     and control. Fall, Spring.                                         Applied Boundary Value Problems II: PR: MAP
concentrated investigation of the methods appropriate to                                                                            4363 or C.I. Legendre polynomials and Bessel functions.
the development, implementation and administration of the                                                                           The theory of Sturm-Liouville. Separation of variables.
staffing process in contemporary organizations. Fall, Spring.                                                                       Applications involving the wave equation, heat equation and
                                                                                                                                    equation of Laplace. Spring.


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UCF Courses and Descriptions
MAP 4371                 COS-MATH                      3(3,0)       MAR 3023H              BA-MAR                    4(4,0)             MAR 4415C             BA-MAR                       3(2,3)
Numerical Methods for Differential Equations:                       Marketing - Honors: PR: Permission of Honors                        Advanced Professional Selling: PR: MAR 3023
PR: MAC 2313, MAS 3105 or C.I. Numerical theory and                 College. Honors introductory course in marketing. Topics            and common program prerequisites and appropriate
practices used in solving ordinary differential equations and       include customer orientation, segmentation, positioning,            Major or Minor and MAR 3391 and Department Consent.
PDE. Covers Euler’s method, trapezoidal rule, multi-step            strategic marketing management, implementation, and con-            Advanced study of the professional selling process, includ-
methods, Runge-Kutta, error control, finite differences,            trol. Fall.                                                         ing team selling, negotiating, customer conflict manage-
implicit and explicit schemes, iterative methods, and stabil-                                                                           ment, and CRM systems. Fall.
ity. Occasional.                                                    MAR 3323                BA-MAR                       3(3,0)
                                                                    Integrated Marketing Communication: PR:                             MAR 4711                 BA-MAR                      3(3,0)
MAP 4384                COS-MATH                   3(3,0)           MAR 3023 with a grade of C (2.0) or better and Common               Sport Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade of C
Numerical Methods for Computational                                 Program Prerequisites and appropriate Major or Minor.               (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and
Sciences: PR: MAP 2302 and MAS 3105 or C.I. Theory                  Planning and execution of advertising, sales promotion, and         appropriate Major or Minor. Study of marketing as it applies
of modern methods of numerical computation and numeri-              public relations programs consistent with integrated market-        to the sports and leisure industry. Occasional.
cal analysis in linear algebra and differential equations;          ing communications programs. Fall, Spring.
non-linear optimization, finite element methods, adaptive                                                                               MAR 4712                 BA-MAR                      3(3,0)
quadrature. Occasional.                                             MAR 3391                 BA-MAR                        3(3,0)       Healthcare Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade
                                                                    Professional Selling: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade                     of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and
MAP 5106                COS-MATH                       3(3,0)       of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites               appropriate Major or Minor. Study of marketing as it applies
Introduction to Quantitative Aspects of                             and appropriate Major or Minor. Written and verbal com-             to healthcare manufacturers, intermediaries and providers.
Modeling and Simulation: PR: MAC 2253, graduate                     munications skills applied to marketing settings. A significant     Occasional.
status or senior standing, or C.I. An introduction to calculus,     portion of the course is devoted to the study of professional
matrix algebra, probability and statistics, and high level          selling. Fall, Spring.                                              MAR 4715                 BA-MAR                     3(3,0)
programming languages. A student who has mastered this                                                                                  Entertainment Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with
content does not have to take this course. Occasional.              MAR 3391H               BA-MAR                       3(3,0)         a grade of C (2.0) or better and Common Program
                                                                    Honors Professional Selling: PR: MAR 3023 and                       Prerequisites and appropriate Major or Minor. Application of
MAP 5117                  COS-MATH                      3(3,0)      consent of Honors, or C.I. Applied written and verbal com-          marketing theory and tools to the marketing of products and
Mathematical Modeling: PR: STA 4321, MAP 4363,                      munication skills learned within the context of professional        services in the entertainment industry. Occasional.
graduate status or senior standing, or C.I. Introduction to         selling with honors content. Spring.
modeling in industrial and scientific applications; techniques                                                                          MAR 4803                 BA-MAR                     3(3,0)
for studying statistical and deterministic models. Fall.            MAR 3403               BA-MAR                      3(3,0)           Marketing Management: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade
                                                                    Sales Force Management: PR: MAR 3023 with                           of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and
MAP 5336                  COS-MATH                    3(3,0)        a grade of C (2.0) or better and Common Program                     Marketing Major or Minor and MAR 3503 with a grade of
Ordinary Differential Equations and                                 Prerequisites and appropriate Major or Minor. An overview           C (2.0) or better and MAR 3613 with a grade of C (2.0) or
Applications: PR: MAA 5228 or C.I. Existence and                    of the sales management process. Emphasis on sales pro-             better. Planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring and
uniqueness of solutions of differential equations, systems of       gram formulation and implementation. Fall, Spring.                  controlling marketing programs to effectively compete in
ordinary differential equations, autonomous systems, phase                                                                              dynamic and diverse business environments. Fall, Spring.
plane analysis, stability, bifurcations. Spring.                    MAR 3503                  BA-MAR               3(3,0)
                                                                    Customer Behavior: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade                        MAR 4804                BA-MAR                     3(3,0)
MAP 5396                 COS-MATH                      3(3,0)       of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites               Marketing Strategy: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade of
Splines and Data Fitting: PR: MAS 3106, MAS                         and appropriate Major or Minor. End user and business               C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and
3105, MAP 2302, and graduate status or senior standing              customer buying behavior, building long-term customer               Marketing Major or Minor and MAR 4803 with a grade of
or C.I. Univariate splines and their application to data fitting.   relationships, segmentation of markets and positioning              C (2.0) or better. Marketing problems are explored, with
Applications to regression analysis, differential and integral      strategies. Fall, Spring.                                           emphasis on strategy formulation and integrative marketing
equations. Algorithms to use different types of splines in                                                                              decision-making. Fall, Spring.
computation. Occasional.                                            MAR 3613                BA-MAR                      3(3,0)
                                                                    Marketing Analysis and Research: PR: MAR                            MAR 4841                BA-MAR                       3(3,0)
MAP 5404                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)        3023 with a grade of C (2.0) or better and Common Program           Services Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade
Mathematical Foundations for Industrial                             Prerequisites and appropriate Major or Minor and one of             of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites
Engineering and Operations: PR: MAP 2302,                           the following: STA 3032 with a grade of C (2.0) or better or        and appropriate Major or Minor. Examination of marketing
ESI 5219 or equivalent, ESI 4312, and graduate status or            ECO 3411 with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Analytical tools        in services industries, with particular emphasis on unique
senior standing or C.I. Methods of proof, set theory; basic         and their application to marketing problems and decision            aspects of services marketing, the service marketing mix,
elements of topology, real analysis, graph theory, and matrix       making. Forecasting, financial analysis, and acquisition of         and the implementation of services strategies. Fall, Spring.
analysis. Occasional.                                               primary data through market research are emphasized.
                                                                    Fall, Spring.                                                       MAR 4934                BA-MAR                         3(3,0)
MAP 5426               COS-MATH                     3(3,0)                                                                              Contemporary Marketing Topics in Florida:
Special Functions: PR: MAP 2302, and gradu-                         MAR 3641                BA-MAR                     3(3,0)           PR: MAR 3023 with a grade of C (2.0) or better and
ate status or senior standing or C.I. Series and integral           Marketing Intelligence: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade                   Common Program Prerequisites and appropriate major
representations, generating functions, recurrence rela-             of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites               or minor. Advanced study of marketing topics relevant to
tions and orthogonality properties of the special functions.        and appropriate Major or Minor. Contemporary sources                major business sectors in the state of Florida, e.g., high
Emphasis on Bessel, Legendre and hypergeometric func-               and applications of information concerning external forces          technology, health care, sustainable marketing, housing,
tions. Occasional.                                                  impacting market decision making. Fall, Spring.                     real estate, tourism, hospitality, sports, gaming, etc. Topics
                                                                                                                                        may vary from term to term. May be repeated for credit only
MAP 5435                COS-MATH                   3(3,0)           MAR 3721                 BA-MAR                      3(3,0)         when course content is different. Occasional.
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers: PR:                             E-Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade of C (2.0) or
MAP 2302, and graduate status or senior standing or C.I.            better and Common Program Prerequisites and appropriate             MAR 4941               BA-MAR                         3(3,0)
Linear Algebra and matrix methods, ordinary differential            Major or Minor. Course provides an in-depth study of the            Marketing Internship: PR: Marketing major, applica-
equations, Fourier series, partial differential equations,          role of the internet in developing marketing strategies and         tion approval, consent of department chair. Provides stu-
numerical methods for differential equations, and applica-          plans. Occasional.                                                  dent with supervised, market-related work experience in a
tions to engineering. Occasional.                                                                                                       sponsoring organization. Application required. Fall, Spring.
                                                                    MAR 4156                 BA-MAR                      3(3,0)
MAP 5514                COS-MATH                      3(3,0)        International Marketing: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade                  MAS 3105                 COS-MATH                 4(4,0)
Linear and Nonlinear Waves I: PR: MAP 2302,                         of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and           Matrix and Linear Algebra: PR: MAC 2312 or
MAP 4363, and graduate status or senior standing, or                appropriate Major or Minor. Investigates strategy, policy           C.I. Matrices, determinants, vector spaces in Rn, linear
C.I. Equations of motion in inviscous and viscous fluids,           and the variables in international marketing decisions. Fall,       independence, basis, solutions of systems, range of linear
energy equation and energy flux, linear theory of gravity           Spring.                                                             transformations, eigenvectors, Jordon Form, matrix func-
and capillary-gravity waves, variational principles for water                                                                           tions, quadratic forms. Fall, Spring.
waves. Occasional.                                                  MAR 4231                 BA-MAR                       3(3,0)
                                                                    Retailing Management: PR: MAR 3023 with a grade                     MAS 3106               COS-MATH                    4(4,0)
MAP 5931                COS-MATH                      1(1,0)        of C (2.0) or better and Common Program Prerequisites and           Linear Algebra: PR: MHF 3302, MAS 3105, or C.I.
Research Seminar: PR: Graduate status or senior                     appropriate Major or Minor. Analysis of the field of retailing.     Abstract vector spaces, linear transformations, isomor-
standing or C.I. Four instructors will introduce the students       Emphasis on planning for profit through management,                 phisms, projections, innerproducts, the spectral theorem,
to a research area by presenting necessary background               inventory control, etc. Occasional.                                 Jordon Canonical Form. (Only offered spring semester).
and presenting current investigations. Different branches                                                                               Spring.
of mathematics will be presented for a sense of diversity.          MAR 4413C              BA-MAR                       3(2,3)
Occasional.                                                         Strategic Issues in Sales-Lecture: PR: MAR 3023,                    MAS 3203                  COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
                                                                    MAR 4415C, common program prerequisites, approved                   Introduction to Number Theory: PR: MHF 3302
MAR 3023                 BA-MAR                     4(4,0)          major or minor, and department consent. Advanced study of           or C.I. The course will include the following topics: inductive
Marketing: PR: Admission to UCF. Study of functions,                selected contemporary strategic issues in selling and sales         reasoning, factorization, the division algorithm and congru-
institutions, and basic problems in marketing of goods and          management. Spring.                                                 ences. Spring.
services in our domestic economy and abroad. Fall, Spring.



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                                                                                                                                   Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
MAS 4301               COS-MATH                   3(3,0)         MCB 3203L              COM-M&M                       1(0,3)         MCB 5208                 COM-M&M                      3(3,0)
Abstract Algebra I: PR: MHF 3302 and MAS 3106,                   Pathogenic Microbiology Lab: CR: MCB 3203.                          Cellular        Microbiology:           Host-Pathogen
or C.I. Sets and mappings, groups, subgroups, permutation        Laboratory investigation of pathogenic microorganisms,              Interactions: PR: Graduate standing, PCB 3522.
groups, homomorphisms and isomorphisms, the isomor-              with emphasis on isolation and identification of pathogenic         Examination of the molecular details of host-pathogen
phism theorems, groups actions, the class equation, Sylow        microorganisms. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                             interactions. Key areas of cell biology will be considered in
theorems, and rings. Fall.                                                                                                           relation to microbial pathogenesis. Spring.
                                                                 MCB 3404              COM-M&M                    3(3,0)
MAS 4302                 COS-MATH                  3(3,0)        Bacterial Genetics and Physiology: PR: PCB                          MCB 5225                 COM-M&M                      3(3,0)
Abstract Algebra II: PR: MAS 4301 or C.I. Advanced               3522. Basic principles of microbial genetic analysis and            Molecular Biology of Disease: PR: Graduate
topics in abstract algebra, including ring theory and field      emphasizing how; microbial genetic approaches are used              standing or C.I. An in-depth study of the molecular biological
theory; introduction to Galois theory. Spring.                   to understand fundamental; physiological processes in               mechanism of diseases in experimental animal models and
                                                                 bacteria. Spring.                                                   human populations. Occasional.
MAS 4934              COS-MATH                     3(3,0)
Topics in Algebra and Discrete Mathematics:                      MCB 3522H               COM-M&M                     3(3,0)          MCB 5314               COM-M&M                  1(1,0)
PR: MAS 3106, MAS 4301, and MAD 4203 or MAD 4301,                Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering                               Industrial Perspectives Seminar: PR:
or C.I. Advanced topics in abstract algebra and discrete         Seminar: PR: Permission of Honors. Principles, applica-             Biotechnology MS students. Learning concepts of basic
mathematics. Selection of topics will vary. May be used in       tions, laws, ethics and impact on society of biotechnology          research and drug development in the pharmaceutical
the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Occasional.             and genetic engineering in agriculture, medicine, forestry,         industry and technical presentation. May be used in the
                                                                 environment, computer/ industrial/ chemical engineering             degree program a maximum of 2 times. Fall.
MAS 5145                 COS-MATH                    3(3,0)      and business administration. Occasional.
Advanced Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory:                                                                                           MCB 5505               COM-M&M                   3(3,0)
PR: MAS 3106 or C.I. Linear spaces, subspaces, linear            MCB 4114C               COM-M&M                   4(3,3)            Molecular Virology: PR: Graduate standing or C.I. An
transformations, matrices, eigenvalues and eigenvectors,         Determinative & Systemic Microbiology: PR:                          in-depth overview of the fundamental aspects and current
Jordan forms, positive definite matrices, bilinear and qua-      MCB 3020C, MCB 3203. Microbial classification taxonomic             concerns in modern virology including HIV, tumor viruses
dratic forms, functions of matrices. Even Fall.                  rules and nomenclature techniques for identification and            Prion disease, virus-host interaction, genome replication
                                                                 interrelating the phyla and taxa of bacteria. Occasional.           and pathogenesis. Occasional.
MAS 5311                COS-MATH                     3(3,0)      M&S fee: $15.00
Abstract Algebra with Applications: PR: MAS                                                                                          MCB 5527                COM-M&M                3(3,0)
4301 or undergraduate abstract algebra, and graduate             MCB 4203               COM-M&M                     3(3,0)           Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology: PR:
status or senior standing or C.I. Group actions, the class       Infectious Processes: PR: MCB 3020C. The infec-                     PCB 3522 and PCB 4524 or C.I. Principles of Genetic
equation, Sylow Theorems, polynomial rings, Euclidian            tious process and the response of host cells and tissue to          Engineering/Biotechnology in Bacteria, Yeast, Viral,
domains, principal ideal domains, field extensions, modules,     infection. Fall.                                                    Mammalian, Non-mammalian systems, Plants, including
and semi-simple rings. Fall.                                                                                                         human gene therapy, novel pharmaceuticals, recombinant
                                                                 MCB 4204                 COM-M&M                       3(3,0)       proteins will be discussed in-depth. Fall.
MAT 1033                 COS-MATH                     3(3,0)     Cellular        Microbiology:           Host-Pathogen
Intermediate Algebra: Development of algebra skills.             Interactions: PR: MCB 3020C, PCB 3522. Examination                  MCB 5654              COM-M&M                       3(3,0)
Operations with polynomial, rational expressions; radicals;      of the molecular details of host-pathogen interactions. Key         Applied Microbiology: PR: MCB 3020C or C.I.
rational exponents; linear and quadratic equations, inequali-    areas of cell biology will be considered in relation to micro-      Microbial biochemistry of industrial processes including:
ties. This course will not satisfy either the GEP or Gordon      bial pathogenesis. Spring.                                          economics, screening, scale up, quality control and applied
Rule. Occasional.                                                                                                                    genetics. Occasional.
                                                                 MCB 4276                 COM-M&M                      3(3,0)
MAT 5711                COS-MATH                    3(3,0)       Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases: PR: MCB                        MCB 5722C              COM-M&M                       4(2,4)
Scientific Computing: PR: MAC 2313, MAP 2302,                    3020C. Study of descriptive and analytic epidemiology and           Methods in Biotechnology: PR: Graduate stand-
graduate status or senior standing, or C.I. Basic program-       its application to the analysis of infectious diseases and in       ing. A laboratory course that will train graduate students
ming skills using Mathematica, Maple, Matlah, or Java            the community health status. Spring.                                in fluorescence and luminescence-based assays used in
in solving basic scientific computing problems; preparing                                                                            biopharmaceutical industry for target validation. Occasional.
students for advanced computational methods and algo-            MCB 4312              COM-M&M                      3(3,0)
rithms. Fall.                                                    Molecular Biotechnology: PR: MCB 3020C.                             MCB 5932               COM-M&M                  Variable
                                                                 Principles, techniques, and applications of Molecular               Current Topics in Molecular Biology: PR:
MCB 1310                COM-M&M                       3(3,0)     Biotechnology in genetically modified food, cloning, gene           Graduate standing or C.I. Selected current research topics
Introduction to Biotechnology and Genetic                        therapy, and forensics; transgenic animals; patents and             from the primary literature reflecting recent advances in
Engineering: Introduction to theories, laws, principles,         regulations. Fall.                                                  molecular biology. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
foundations, scientific methods of genetic engineering &
biotechnology and their applications in agriculture, environ-    MCB 4414                COM-M&M                    3(3,0)           MET 2104                 COS-PHYS           3(3,0)
ment and human health. Fall, Spring.                             Microbial Metabolism: PR: MCB 3020C, CR: BCH                        The Earth’s Climate: History, physics and dynamics
                                                                 4053. Interrelationship between cellular structure func-            of the Earth’s climate. Odd Spring.
MCB 2004C                COM-M&M                     4(3,2)      tion and genetic traits in microorganisms. The interaction
Microbiology for Health Professionals: PR:                       between microorganisms and their nutritional environment.           MGF 1106                 COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
BSC 2010C, CHM 1032 or CHM 2045C. A survey of micro-             Fall, Spring.                                                       Finite Mathematics: PR: Intermediate algebra or 2
biology for the health professional. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                                                         years of high school algebra or C.I. Introduction to logical
                                                                 MCB 4503C                COM-M&M                       3(3,0)       structure, sets, probability, geometry, arrays, games. This
MCB 3020C               COM-M&M                     5(3,4)       Virology: PR: PCB 3522. Concepts of structure and func-             course is intended for students who are not planning to take
General Microbiology: PR: BSC 2010C, CHM 2046,                   tion of viruses, virus-host interactions and viral, and related     further courses in mathematics. Fall.
or CR: CHM 2210. Fundamentals of microbiology, evaluat-          disease states. Occasional.
ing microbial structure and function, metabolism, growth,                                                                            MGF 1107                 COS-MATH                   3(3,0)
genetics, virology environmental control, ecology, patho-        MCB 4603                COM-M&M                        3(3,0)       Explorations in Mathematics: PR: Intermediate
genicity; and laboratory techniques. Fall, Spring. M&S fee:      Environmental Microbiology: PR: MCB 3020C.                          algebra or 2 years of high school algebra. The beauty and
$45.00                                                           Interrelationships between the biological activities of micro-      utility of mathematics, including patterns and symmetry,
                                                                 organisms and their terrestrial and aquatic environments.           voting strategies, and finance. Connections between math
MCB 3020H                 COM-M&M                      5(3,5)    Fall.                                                               and music, art, architecture, and nature. For students not
General Microbiology Honors: PR: BSC 2010C,                                                                                          intending to take higher mathematics. Fall, Spring.
CHM 2046 or CR: CHM 2210, and consent of Honors.                 MCB 4720                 COM-M&M                3(3,0)
Same as MCB 3020C with enrichment and further develop-           Industrial Perspectives Seminar: PR:                                MHF 3302                 COS-MATH                  3(3,0)
ment of analytical skills in a separate laboratory and discus-   Biotechnology major and CR: MCB 3020C. Concepts                     Logic and Proof in Mathematics: PR: MAC 2311.
sion section. With Honors content. Fall.                         and techniques of basic research and drug development.              CR: MAC 2312. Basic mathematical logic. Methods of proof
                                                                 Speakers from the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry             in mathematics. Application of proofs to elementary math-
MCB 3202                 COM-M&M                    3(3,0)       will show applications. Fall.                                       ematical structures. Fall, Spring.
Principles of Infectious Disease: PR: MCB
3020C. Introduction to host-pathogen interactions and            MCB 4721C             COM-M&M                        4(2,4)         MHF 4404               COS-MATH                  3(3,0)
microbial pathogenesis, with topics covering eukaryotic          Methods in Biotechnology: PR: BSC 3403C.                            History of Mathematics: PR: MAC 2312 or C.I.
pathogens, virology, prokaryotic structure, pathogen identi-     Fluorescence and luminescence-based assays used in                  A chronological study of the evolution of mathematical
fication, epidemiology, immunity, vaccines and antimicrobi-      biopharmaceutical industry for target validation. Occasional.       thought from primitive counting through modern ideas of
als, and virulence mechanisms. Occasional.                       M&S fee: $45.00                                                     the 20th century. Recommended for prospective teachers
                                                                                                                                     in mathematics. Fall.
MCB 3203               COM-M&M                      3(3,0)       MCB 5205                COM-M&M                       3(3,0)
Pathogenic Microbiology: PR: MCB 3020C or                        Infectious Processes: PR: MCB 3020C or C.I.                         MHS 2330                 ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)
C.I. Microorganisms producing disease in man and other           Discussion of current theories of the infectious process and        Career Planning: Introduction to career and life plan-
animals; means of transmission; protection against disease.      the response of host cells and tissue to infection. Fall.           ning theories and concepts that assists students in applying
Spring.                                                                                                                              these to their own lives. Odd Fall, Even Spring.




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                                                                                                                                      Transfer and Transition Services
UCF Courses and Descriptions
MHS 2441                ED-CFCS                     3(3,0)         MLS 4630L                 COM-M&M                     1(0,3)         MMC 4602                COS-COMM                    3(3,0)
Marriage and Intimate Relationships:                               Advanced Clinical Chem II Lab: PR: CHM 2205 or                       Contemporary Media Issues: PR: RTV 3007 or
Examination of the dynamics of intimate relationships,             C.I. CR: MLS 4630. Performance of laboratory procedures              C.I. Relationship between the mass media and society;
dating, courtship and challenges of establishing stable and        routinely used in a clinical chemistry laboratory. Occasional.       examination of social and ethical issues and responsibilities
satisfying marriage, impact of divorce, premarital prepara-                                                                             of the media’s relationship with government. Even Spring.
tion and marital education. Occasional.                            MLS 4830C                COM-M&M                       4(4,8)
                                                                   Interpretive & Practical Clinical Chemistry:                         MSL 1001C                ECS-AROTC                     2(1,1)
MHS 5005                 ED-CFCS                      3(3,0)       PR: Admission to the MLS program, MLS 4625, MLS 4630.                Foundations of Officership: Examines the unique
Introduction to the Counseling Profession:                         Clinical instruction and practice in the clinical chemistry          duties and responsibilities of officers, organization and role
PR: Completion of Phase II of Education Professional               laboratory. Case studies, chemist review, hands on practice          of the Army, reviews skills pertaining to fitness and commu-
Preparation or C.I. Overview of the philosophy, organiza-          both in the student lab and affiliate. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00         nication, and analyze Army values and expected behavior.
tion, administration, and roles of counselors in various work                                                                           May be repeated for credit. Fall.
settings. Fall, Spring.                                            MLS 4831C               COM-M&M                      4(4,8)
                                                                   Interpretive & Practical Immunohematology:                           MSL 1002C               ECS-AROTC                  2(1,1)
MLS 3220C              COM-M&M                     3(3,3)          PR: Admission to the MLS program, MLS 4550, MLS                      Basic Leadership: Presents fundamental leadership
Techniques in Clinical Microscopy: PR: CHM                         4505C. Advanced study of principles of immunohematology.             concepts and doctrine; practice basic skills that underlie
2210, PCB 3703C or C.I. Analysis of body fluids and urine          Application and performance of technique to solve problems           effective problem solving; examine the officer experience.
by chemical and microscopic methods with interpretation            in blood banking will be included. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00             Spring.
and correlation to human disease. Fall. M&S fee: $25.00
                                                                   MLS 4832C                 COM-M&M                     4(4,8)         MSL 2101C                ECS-AROTC                      2(1,1)
MLS 3305               COM-M&M                    3(3,0)           Interpretive & Practical Hematology: PR:                             Individual Leadership Studies: Develops knowl-
Hematology: PR: CHM 2210 and PCB 3703C. Overview                   Admission to the MLS program, MLS 3305, MLS 4334.                    edge of self, self-confidence, and leadership skills; develop
of the hematopoietic system and disease states associated          Advanced study of hematology and pathgophysiological                 problem solving and critical thinking skills; apply communi-
with blood and bone marrow. Spring.                                correlation to hematology disorders. Correlation of case             cation, feedback, and conflict resolution skills. Fall.
                                                                   studies and clinical practice in both student labs and clinical
MLS 3305L              COM-M&M                  1(0,6)             affiliates. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00                                    MSL 2102C               ECS-AROTC                    2(1,1)
Hematology Lab: PR: MLS 3305. Practical laboratory                                                                                      Leadership and Teamwork: Focuses on self-devel-
procedures routinely performed for analyzing hematologic           MLS 4833C                COM-M&M                        4(4,8)       opment guided by knowledge of self and group processes;
abnormalities. Spring.                                             Diagnostic Microbiology: PR: Admission to the MLS                    challenges current beliefs, knowledge and skills. Spring.
                                                                   program, MLS 4460C. Practical application of modern bac-
MLS 3705                 COM-M&M                       3(3,0)      terial procedures with clinical specimens to include mycol-          MSL 3201C                ECS-AROTC                   4(3,1)
Concepts in Education/Management: PR:                              ogy & virology and appropriate quality control. Clinical prac-       Leadership and Problem Solving: PR: Junior
Admission to professional phase of the MLS Program or C.I.         tice in both student lab and affiliate. Fall. M&S fee: $15.00        standing. Examines skills that underlie effective problem
Introduction to laboratory management, health delivery sys-                                                                             solving; analyzes military missions and plan military opera-
tems, and educational practices in clinical settings. Spring.      MLS 4834C               COM-M&M                      4(4,8)          tions; and executes squad battle drills. Fall.
                                                                   Advanced Instrumentation: PR: Admission to the
MLS 4334                COM-M&M                         3(3,0)     MLS program, MLS 4833C. An examination review &                      MSL 3202C                ECS-AROTC                   4(3,1)
Hemostasis: PR: CHM 2210 and PCB 3703C.                            practice of technologies impacting the clinical laboratory to        Leadership and Ethics: PR: MSL 3201C. Probes
Overview of hemostatic and fibrinolytic conditions at the          include flow cytometry, PCR, LIS, robotics. Case studies will        leadership responsibilities that foster an ethical command
time of disease and the relationship of lab tests to diagnosis.    be a fundamental part of this course. Occasional.                    climate; develops cadet leadership competencies; applies
Occasional.                                                                                                                             principles and techniques of effective written and oral com-
                                                                   MLS 4910                 COM-M&M                         1(1,0)      munication. Spring.
MLS 4420C                COM-M&M                        1(1,2)     Introduction to Clinical Research: PR: MLS
Clinical Mycology: PR: Admission to the profes-                    3220C, MLS 4625, MLS 4550. Introduces MLS students to                MSL 4301C               ECS-AROTC                  4(3,1)
sional phase of the MLS program with C.I. Instruction and          different types of research within the clinical setting. Spring.     Leadership and Management: PR: MSL 3202C.
laboratory practice in the isolation and identification of fungi                                                                        Discuss staff organization, functions, and processes, ana-
associated with mycotic infections of man. Occasional. M&S         MLS 4933                COM-M&M                      2(2,0)          lyze counseling responsibilities and methods, apply lead-
fee: $15.00                                                        Medical Technology Seminar: PR: MLS Senior                           ership and problem solving principles to a complex case
                                                                   status. Review of MLS coursework, case study discussions             study/simulation. Fall.
MLS 4430C                COM-M&M                     2(1,3)        and preparation for certification. Graded S/U. Spring.
Clinical Parasitology: PR: MCB 3020C, CHM 2210,                                                                                         MSL 4302C                ECS-AROTC                 4(3,1)
PCB 3703C or C.I. Instruction and laboratory practice in the       MMC 2004                  COS-COMM                 3(3,0)            Officership: PR: MSL 4301C. Capstone course to
examination and study of clinical material for the detection       Mass Media: Introduction to the nation’s mass media,                 explore topics relevant to second lieutenants entering the
and identification of animal parasites. Even Fall. M&S fee:        including newspapers, radio, television, magazines, adver-           Army; describes legal aspects of decision making and
$15.00                                                             tising, and public relations. Fall, Spring.                          leadership; and analyzes Army organization from tactical to
                                                                                                                                        strategic level. Spring.
MLS 4460C                COM-M&M                      5(3,6)       MMC 3200               COS-COMM                   3(3,0)
Clinical Pathogenic Microbiology: PR: Admission                    Mass Communication Law: PR: AMH 2010 or AMH                          MTG 4212                COS-MATH                    4(4,0)
to the professional phase of the MLS program. Analysis of          2020 or POS 2041. Legal rights and responsibilities of the           Modern Geometries: PR: MAC 2311 and MHF 3302.
clinical pathogenic bacteria, fungi and viruses and their cor-     mass media. Fall, Spring.                                            Sets of axioms and finite geometries, groups of transforma-
relation to disease. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                                                                            tions, Euclidean motions of 2-space and 3-space, convexity
                                                                   MMC 3420               COS-COMM                      3(3,0)          in 2-space and 3-space. Euclidean geometry of polygon
MLS 4505C              COM-M&M                       3(3,0)        Mass Media Research Methods: PR:                                     and circle, constructible numbers, constructions and non-
Immunodiagnostics: PR: PCB 3233. Theory and                        Communication major. Theory and methods of research                  Euclidean geometry. Fall.
application of immunologic principles and their use in diag-       used by media professionals and academics, focusing on
nosis of human disease. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                    radio / TV and advertising / public relations research. Fall,        MTG 4302               COS-MATH                      3(3,0)
                                                                   Spring.                                                              Introduction to Topology: PR: MHF 3302 and MAS
MLS 4550                COM-M&M                     4(2,6)                                                                              3106 or C.I. Metric spaces, topological spaces, limit points,
Clinical Immunohematology: PR: Admission to the                    MMC 4263             COS-COMM                3(3,0)                  continuity, compactness, and connectedness. Spring.
professional phase of the MLS program or C.I. Investigation        New Media Technologies: PR: Majors only,
of incompatible crossmatches; antibody identification, leu-        RTV 3200. An examination of the technologies impact-                 MTG 5253                COS-MATH                       3(3,0)
kocyte antigens and identification procedures, problem             ing the communications media environment and society.                Introduction to Differential Geometry: PR: MAC
solving. Spring. M&S fee: $45.00                                   Occasional.                                                          2313 or equivalent or C.I. Curves and surfaces in 2D and
                                                                                                                                        3D, covariant derivative of a vector field, geodesics, Gauss-
MLS 4625               COM-M&M                        3(3,0)       MMC 4300                 COS-COMM                      3(3,0)        Bonnet Theorem. Fall.
Advanced Clinical Chemistry I: PR: CHM 2210,                       International Media: PR: Junior standing or C.I. The
PCB 3703C or C.I. Correlation of lab test to specific disease      student will analyze different communication systems from            MTG 5256                COS-MATH                    3(3,0)
states including deviations in carbohydrate, amino acid            around the world. There will be at least six case studies from       Differential Geometry: PR: MAA 4227, graduate
metabolism, renal function, gastric function, electrolytes,        any of these areas - Asia, Latin American, Western Europe,           status or senior standing, or C.I. Differentiable manifolds,
and blood gases. Fall.                                             Middle East, Africa. Occasional.                                     tangent space and tangent bundle, flows and vector fields,
                                                                                                                                        Lie derivatives, cotangent space and cotangent bundles,
MLS 4625L               COM-M&M                1(0,3)              MMC 4411               COS-COMM                    3(3,0)            Riemann metrics, connections and geodesics, applications
Advanced Clinical Chem I Lab: CR: MLS 4625.                        AD/PR Campaigns: PR: AD/PR majors only and ADV                       in classical mechanics. Occasional.
Laboratory procedures routinely performed in a clinical            3008, PUR 4000, PUR 3100 or ADV 4101, PUR 4941 or
chemistry laboratory. Fall. M&S fee: $45.00                        ADV 4941. Planning and managing communication cam-                   MUC 1101C                 CAH-MUSIC                  2(1,1)
                                                                   paigns that integrate both advertising and public relations          Composition I: PR: Open to qualified majors and non-
MLS 4630              COM-M&M                        3(3,0)        strategies. Capstone. Even Fall, Odd Spring.                         music majors with C.I. Creative work in small forms. May be
Advanced Clinical Chemistry II: PR: CHM 2210,                                                                                           repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
PCB 3703C or C.I. Correlation of laboratory tests to specific
human disease states. Spring.



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                                                                                                                                Transfer and Transition Services
                                                                                                                                UCF Courses and Descriptions
MUC 2104C               CAH-MUSIC                   2(1,1)      MUE 3210                  ED-TLP                    1(1,0)        MUE 4350                ED-TLP                 2-3(2-3,0)
Composition II: PR: MUC 1101C and Music or com-                 Music in the Elementary School: PR: EDF 2005;                     General Music Pre-K through Grade 8: PR:
position major. Continuation of Composition I. Competence       CR: ARE 4313, HLP 4722, RED 4519, MAE 4326, and EDE               Consent of instructor. Designed for music educators.
determined by faculty jury. May be repeated for credit. Fall,   3942. Fundamental procedures for teaching elementary              Exploration of music materials and teaching strategies for
Spring.                                                         school music, stressing appropriate music materials and           enhancing students’ learning through music. Experience
                                                                activities for different age groups; selected experience in       with recorder, movement, choral, conducting, and cur-
MUC 3105C               CAH-MUSIC                  3(1,1)       music. Fall, Spring.                                              riculum infusion included. Implementation project available.
Composition III: PR: MUC 2104C and competence                                                                                     Graded S/U. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
determined by faculty jury. Continued study of composition,     MUE 3333             CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
with additional intensive work expected for composition         Music Learning Theory and Assessment: PR:                         MUE 4354                 ED-TLP                       3(3,0)
majors. May be used in the degree program a maximum of          MUE 2040. Learning theory and practical applications of           General Music: ORFF Level I: PR: Junior Standing
3 times. Fall, Spring.                                          assessment techniques as applied in the music classroom.          or C.I. ORFF SCHULWERK methods of music education for
                                                                Odd Spring.                                                       pre-K - grade 8. Development of personal and pedagogical
MUC 3311                CAH-MUSIC                 3(2,2)                                                                          skills in singing, moving, playing Orff instruments, recorder
MIDI Sequencing I: PR: Keyboard ability and reading             MUE 3353               CAH-MUSIC                    2(2,0)        and compositions. Occasional.
music or C.I. Utilization of synthesizers, drum machines,       General Music Literature and Techniques: PR:
and computers with MIDI sequencing software to create           MUE 2040. Diverse literature and techniques for the general       MUE 4393               CAH-MUSIC                      2(2,0)
music. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.83                            music classroom. Odd Spring.                                      Music and Students with Special Needs: PR:
                                                                                                                                  MUE 2040 or C.I. Consideration of the general education
MUC 4106C             CAH-MUSIC                   4(1,1)        MUE 3451              CAH-MUSIC                  1(1,0)           music curriculum in regards to students with disabilities and
Composition IV: PR: MUC 3105C and competence                    Woodwind Techniques II: PR: MUE 2450, MUED                        special needs. Odd Fall.
determined by faculty jury. Intensive advanced study of         major, Junior standing or C.I. Continuation of Woodwind
composition for composition majors. May be used in the          Techniques I, with emphasis on double reeds. Occasional.          MUE 4394             CAH-MUSIC                  1(1,0)
degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                                                                                Seminar in Music Teaching: PR: Internship I; CR:
                                                                MUE 3461                CAH-MUSIC                    1(1,1)       ESE 4943. Content and strategies for classroom manage-
MUC 4950               CAH-MUSIC                  0(0,0)        Brass Techniques II: PR: MUE 2460. Continued                      ment and exceptional education for music teachers. Odd
Composition Recital: CR: MUC 4106C. Culminating                 study of performance techniques, teaching skills, resources,      Spring.
public concert of works written while studying Composition      and materials required to teach brass instruments to begin-
I-IV. Graded S/U. Odd Fall.                                     ning, middle, and high school level students. Odd Spring.         MUE 4441              CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                  String Methods: PR: MUE 4332. String teaching
MUC 5112                CAH-MUSIC                  2(1,0)       MUE 3490               CAH-MUSIC                    1(1,0)        methods for high school students in a large classroom set-
Composition V: PR: Graduate standing in music edu-              Aural Skills Techniques: PR: MUT 2127. Teaching                   ting. Odd Spring.
cation or C.I. Advanced music composition at the graduate       techniques for teaching audiation, sight singing, harmony,
level. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 4         beginning vocal harmonization and improvisation. Odd              MUE 4943                CAH-MUSIC                12(12,0)
times. Occasional.                                              Spring.                                                           Music Internship II: PR: MUE 3942. Student Teaching
                                                                                                                                  in an elementary or secondary school under supervision of a
MUC 5445                CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)     MUE 3693                 CAH-MUSIC                2(2,0)          certified classroom teacher. Graded S/U. Fall, Spring.
Electroacoustic Music Composition: PR: MUS                      Technology in Music Education: PR: MUE 2040
2360C and MUC 1101C, or C.I. Creation of electroacoustic        or C.I. Productivity software, classroom management tools,        MUE 5348C                CAH-MUSIC                   4(4,0)
music, including synthesis, sample editing, and performance     web design and other technological tools for classroom            K-12 Music Methods: PR: Graduate standing in
practices. Occasional.                                          teaching. Odd Spring. M&S fee: $2.00                              Music Education or C.I. Organization and administration
                                                                                                                                  of instruction for comprehensive music education, K-12.
MUE 2040                CAH-MUSIC                    2(2,0)     MUE 3942                CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)         Instructional planning, techniques, and materials for gen-
Introduction to Music Education: PR: None. An                   Music Internship I: PR: MUE 4311, MUE 3333, EDG                   eral, choral, and instrumental music education. Spring.
introduction to music education covering philosophy, history,   4410, TSL 4080, EDF 4603 and RED 4043. Students expe-
and current practice and trends. Observation in schools         rience various roles of a music teacher in elementary and         MUE 5921                  CAH-MUSIC                    2(2,0)
required. Fall.                                                 secondary settings, including observation, micro-teaching,        Music Education Workshop: PR: Graduate stand-
                                                                and the completion of various assignments. Graded S/U.            ing or C.I. Variable topics in Music Education to offer hands-
MUE 2211                 ED-CFCS                  3(3,0)        Fall, Spring.                                                     on instruction in a workshop format. May be used in the
Early Childhood Music and Movement: An                                                                                            degree program a maximum of 4 times only when course
examination of the role of music and creative movement in       MUE 4311                CAH-MUSIC                   2(2,0)        content is different. Occasional.
the lives of young children. Occasional.                        Elementary School Music Methods: PR: Junior
                                                                standing, MUED major. Organization and administration of          MUG 3104               CAH-MUSIC             2(1,1)
MUE 2346                CAH-MUSIC            1(0,2)             instruction for comprehensive music education, K-6; instruc-      Basic Conducting: PR: MUT 1122 or C.I. Fundamental
Vocal Techniques: PR: Music major or C.I. Vocal                 tional planning, techniques, and materials for elementary         techniques and practice in conducting. Fall.
function, anatomy, and pedagogical methodology with             music education. Fall.
applications for K-12 teaching. Odd Spring.                                                                                       MUG 3202               CAH-MUSIC                Variable
                                                                MUE 4330                 ED-TLP                      2(2,0)       Choral Conducting and Materials: PR: MUG
MUE 2440                 CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,2)      Secondary School Music Methods: PR: MUE                           3104. Fundamental principles of choral conducting and
String Techniques: PR: MUED major, junior standing              4311 or C.I. Instructional planning, techniques and materials     rehearsal techniques including an examination of materials.
or C.I. Class instruction in string playing and pedagogical     in middle school, junior high and senior high classrooms;         Even Spring.
techniques. Spring. M&S fee: $30.00                             consideration of general music education program, evalua-
                                                                tion materials and procedures. Spring.                            MUG 3302               CAH-MUSIC               Variable
MUE 2450                CAH-MUSIC                   1(1,0)                                                                        Instrumental Conducting and Materials: PR:
Woodwind Techniques I: PR: MUED major, Junior                   MUE 4331               CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)          MUG 3104. Fundamental principles of instrumental con-
standing or C.I. Class instruction in woodwind playing and      Secondary Choral Methods I: PR: MUE 2040 or                       ducting and rehearsal techniques including an examination
pedagogical techniques. Fall.                                   C.I. Examination of vocal and choral literature, planning         of materials. Spring.
                                                                skills and rehearsal techniques for choral groups. Odd
MUE 2460                 CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,2)       Spring.                                                           MUG 4103C                CAH-MUSIC                  2(1,1)
Brass Techniques: PR: MUED major, junior standing                                                                                 Advanced Conducting: PR: C.I. Study of advanced
or C.I. Class instruction in brass playing and pedagogical      MUE 4332              CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)          vocal or instrumental conducting techniques. Rehearsal
techniques. May be repeated for credit. Fall.                   Secondary Instrumental Methods I: PR: MUE                         procedures, selection of materials and program-building,
                                                                2040. Wind, percussion, and string teaching methods for           interpretation of scores, study and performance of selected
MUE 2470                CAH-MUSIC                     1(0,2)    beginning and middle level students in a large classroom          works. May be repeated for credit. Occasional.
Percussion Techniques: PR: MUED major, junior                   setting. Odd Spring.
standing or C.I. Class instruction in percussion playing and                                                                      MUH 2017              CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)
pedagogical techniques. May be repeated for credit. Spring.     MUE 4335                CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)       Survey of Rock Music: Rise of rock music to promi-
M&S fee: $35.00                                                 Secondary Choral Methods II: PR: MUE 4331.                        nence, and its impact on audience reception. No musical
                                                                Continued examination of vocal and choral literature, plan-       background required. Fall, Spring.
MUE 2471                CAH-MUSIC                    1(1,1)     ning skills and rehearsal techniques for choral groups. Odd
Percussion Techniques II: PR: MUE 2470 or                       Spring.                                                           MUH 2017H             CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)
C.I. Additional performing and teaching techniques of the                                                                         Honors Survey of Rock Music: PR: Consent of
percussion family, as relevant to today’s instrumental music    MUE 4337                CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)         Honors. Rock music, 1950s to present, with emphasis on
teachers. Odd Spring. M&S fee: $35.00                           Secondary Instrumental Methods II: PR: MUE                        cultural and musical meaning. With Honors content. Even
                                                                4332. Wind and percussion teaching methods for high               Fall.
                                                                school students in a large classroom setting. Odd Spring.
                                                                                                                                  MUH 2019               CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
                                                                                                                                  American Popular Music, 1840s-present:
                                                                                                                                  Musical and cultural development of popular music in the
                                                                                                                                  United States from the 1840s to the present. Fall, Spring.



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MUH 2071C                CAH-MUSIC                    1(0,1)       MUL 2014             CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)             MUN 3123                 CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,3)
World Music Survey and Performance                                 Introduction to Music History and Literature:                       Concert Band: PR: Open to all students with audition.
Laboratory: PR: MUT 1122 or C.I. An introduction to                PR: Music major or C.I. Musical repertories and cultures            Study and performance of music for large ensembles. May
different musical cultures including West African, Caribbean,      from the Western art music tradition, American jazz, and            be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
South American, and Asian. Occasional.                             non-western music. Odd Spring.
                                                                                                                                       MUN 3143               CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,4)
MUH 3211             CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)              MUL 2016             CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)              Wind Ensemble: PR: Open to all students by audi-
Music History and Literature I: PR: MUT 1122.                      Evolution of Jazz: Survey of jazz literature and perfor-            tion. Study and performance of music for wind ensemble
History of Western European art music from Antiquity to            mance. Fall, Spring.                                                and band. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S
1750. Fall.                                                                                                                            fee: $20.00
                                                                   MUL 2720                 CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)
MUH 3212               CAH-MUSIC                3(3,0)             Music of the World: Music in cross-cultural context.                MUN 3283                CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,5)
Music History and Literature II: PR: MUT 1122.                     Relation of music to religion and society. Fall, Spring.            Symphony Orchestra: PR: Audition. Open to all
History of Western European and American art music from                                                                                students by audition. Rehearsal and performance of works
1750 to present day. Spring.                                       MUL 3381                CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)         from the symphonic repertoire. May be repeated for credit.
                                                                   Contemporary Popular Music: PR: MUL 2010 or                         Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
MUH 4218               CAH-MUSIC                   1(1,0)          MUT 1122 or C.I. History and analysis of selected genres
Review of Music History: PR: C.I. A review of music                in recent popular music. Music reading not required. Spring.        MUN 3313               CAH-MUSIC                  1(3,0)
history from Ancient Greece to the present. Occasional.                                                                                University Choir: PR: C.I. Open to all students by
                                                                   MUL 3400                CAH-MUSIC                   2(1,1)          audition. Study and performance of large ensemble music.
MUH 4322               CAH-MUSIC                3(3,0)             Piano Literature I: PR: Major in Music or C.I. Survey               Possible tours. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
Medieval and Renaissance Music: PR: MUH                            of stringed keyboard literature from the 16th century to the        M&S fee: $20.00
3211 and MUH 3212 or C.I. Music and culture of Western             present, with emphasis on technical, formal and perfor-
Europe in the era c. 450-1600. Even Fall.                          mance problems. Odd Fall.                                           MUN 3323             CAH-MUSIC                    1(0,3)
                                                                                                                                       Women’s Chorus: PR: Audition and C.I. Study and
MUH 4341              CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)            MUL 3401             CAH-MUSIC            2(1,1)                    performance of music for women’s voices. Open to all
Music of the Baroque: PR: MUH 3211 and MUH                         Piano Literature II: PR: MUL 3400. Continuation of                  students. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S
3212. Music and culture during the Baroque period, 1600-           MUL 3400. Even Spring.                                              fee: $20.00
1750. Occasional.
                                                                   MUL 3463                CAH-MUSIC                    2(2,0)         MUN 3343               CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,3)
MUH 4351               CAH-MUSIC                3(3,0)             Percussion Literature: PR: Music major (Percussion),                Madrigal Singers: PR: C.I. Open to all students by
Eighteenth-Century Music: PR: MUH 3211 and                         Junior standing, C.I. Survey of music written for percussion        audition. Extra rehearsals and Madrigal Dinners required.
MUH 3212 or C.I. Music and culture of Western Europe in            instruments. Odd Fall.                                              Tours. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee:
the era c. 1700-1830. Even Fall.                                                                                                       $20.00
                                                                   MUL 3602                CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)
MUH 4361               CAH-MUSIC               3(3,0)              Song Literature: PR: MUL 2014 or C.I. Classical song                MUN 3423                 CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,2)
Music of the 19th Century: PR: MUH 3211 and                        repertoire in English and common foreign languages, and             Woodwind Ensemble: PR: C.I. Open to all students.
MUH 3212 with grades of “C,” 2.0, or higher in each.               proven methods of effective song study. Odd Fall.                   Study and performance of music for small ensembles. May
Examination of Western European and American art music                                                                                 be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
from the nineteenth century. Odd Fall.                             MUL 4437                  CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
                                                                   String Literature and Pedagogy: PR: MUL 2014.                       MUN 3426                CAH-MUSIC                   1(1,0)
MUH 4371               CAH-MUSIC          3(3,0)                   Important literature written for string instruments, and basic      Saxophone Ensemble: PR: Students must pass an
Music Since 1900: PR: MUH 3211, MUH 3212, or C.I.                  concepts and techniques to teach string. Odd Spring.                audition in front of the instructor. An in-depth study and
Western art music since 1900. Odd Spring.                                                                                              performance of music written for an ensemble comprised
                                                                   MUL 4438               CAH-MUSIC                      3(3,0)        of all saxophones. May be used in the degree program a
MUH 4814                CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)          Guitar Literature and Pedagogy: PR: MVS 2426                        maximum of 8 times. Fall, Spring.
Jazz Styles and Analysis: PR: MUT 3171 and MUL                     or C.I. Overview of classical guitar literature, history, and
2016, or C.I. Historical style periods and master artists in       pedagogy from the Renaissance to the present. Odd Fall.             MUN 3427                 CAH-MUSIC                    1(1,0)
jazz music. Odd Spring.                                                                                                                Flute Ensemble: PR: Student must pass an audition
                                                                   MUL 4443                  CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)        in front of the instructor. Study and performance of music
MUH 5326              CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)           Brass Literature and Pedagogy: PR: MUL 2014.                        written for an ensemble comprised of all flutes. May be used
Medieval and Renaissance Music: PR: Graduate                       Important literature written for brass instruments, and basic       in the degree program a maximum of 8 times. Fall, Spring.
standing in music education or C.I. Music and culture of           concepts and techniques to teach brass. Odd Spring.
Western Europe in the era c. 450-1600. Occasional.                                                                                     MUN 3433                  CAH-MUSIC                1(0,2)
                                                                   MUL 4444              CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)          Brass Ensemble: PR: C.I. Open to all students. Study
MUH 5345                  CAH-MUSIC                      3(3,0)    Woodwind Literature and Pedagogy: PR: Music                         and performance of music for small ensembles. May be
Music of the Baroque: PR: Graduate standing in                     major and MUL 2014. Important literature written for wood-          repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
music or music education or C.I. Baroque music, 1600-              wind instruments, and basic concepts and techniques to
1750. Investigates Baroque musical styles and composers            teach woodwinds. Odd Spring.                                        MUN 3437                 CAH-MUSIC             1(1,0)
within their diverse historical, musical, and cultural contexts.                                                                       Trumpet Ensemble: PR: C.I. Rehearsal and perfor-
Even Spring.                                                       MUL 5215               CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)             mance of music for trumpet ensembles. May be repeated
                                                                   Electronic Music Literature: PR: MUL 2010, MUL                      for credit. Occasional. M&S fee: $5.00
MUH 5356               CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)            2014, MUL 2016, MUH 2017, or MUH 2019, or C.I. Survey
Eighteenth-Century Music: PR: Graduate standing                    of electronic music and music technology with empha-                MUN 3443                 CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,2)
in music education or C.I. Music and culture of Western            sis on history, sociological perspectives and aesthetics.           Percussion Ensemble: PR: C.I. Open to all students.
Europe in the era c. 1700-1800. Occasional.                        Occasional.                                                         Study and performance of music for small ensembles. May
                                                                                                                                       be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $35.00
MUH 5365              CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)             MUL 5436                 CAH-MUSIC                      3(3,0)
Music of the 19th Century: PR: Graduate standing                   Guitar Literature and Pedagogy: PR: Graduate                        MUN 3444                 CAH-MUSIC             1(1,0)
in Music or C.I. Western Art Music of the 19th Century.            standing in Music or C. I. Survey of significant repertoire and     Mallet Ensemble: PR: C.I. Preparation and perfor-
Odd Fall.                                                          pedagogy for classical guitar. Odd Spring.                          mance of music for mallet ensemble. May be repeated for
                                                                                                                                       credit. Fall, Odd Spring. M&S fee: $35.00
MUH 5375               CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)          MUM 5806               CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)
Music Since 1900: PR: Graduate standing in Music                   Performing Arts Management: PR: Graduate                            MUN 3453                 CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,3)
Education or C.I. Music and culture of Western and                 status or senior standing or C.I. Structure of nonprofit            Piano Ensemble: PR: Open to Music Majors or C.I.
American art Music from c. 1900 to the present. Occasional.        performing arts organization (PAOs), examining the funda-           Study and performance of music for small ensembles. May
                                                                   mental elements of administration, audience development,            be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
MUH 5816                 CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)         marketing, and fund-raising. Spring.
Jazz Styles and Analysis: PR: Graduate standing or                                                                                     MUN 3483                  CAH-MUSIC                1(0,2)
C.I. Advanced study of historical style periods and master         MUN 2442                 CAH-MUSIC                1(1,0)            String Ensemble: PR: C.I. Open to all students. Study
artists in jazz music. Odd Fall.                                   Percussion/Mallet Ensemble: PR: C.I. Preparation                    and performance of music for small ensembles. May be
                                                                   and performance of music for percussion with mallets. May           repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00
MUL 2010                CAH-MUSIC                    3(2,1)        be repeated for credit. Fall. M&S fee: $30.00
Enjoyment of Music: PR: Non-music majors only.                                                                                         MUN 3487              CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,2)
Designed to develop an understanding of musical principles         MUN 3113               CAH-MUSIC                  2(0,8)            Guitar Ensemble: PR: Audition or C.I. Study and
and techniques for listening to music. Fall, Spring.               Marching Band: PR: Admission by audition. Preparation               performance of music for multiple guitars. May be used in
                                                                   for appearance at football games and special occasions.             the degree program a maximum of 8 times. Odd Spring.
                                                                   May be repeated for credit. Fall. M&S fee: $36.54                   M&S fee: $20.00




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MUN 3713                  CAH-MUSIC                1(0,4)      MUN 5716L               CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,2)         MUS 4905                CAH-MUSIC              1-4(1-4)
Jazz Lab: PR: C.I. Open to all students by audition. Study     Jazz Chamber Group: PR: Audition, graduate stand-                 Directed Experience: PR: C.I. and Junior standing.
and performance of music for small ensembles. May be           ing or senior standing, and C. I. Study and performance of        Special topics of study and/or research as determined by
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00             jazz small group music. May be used in the degree program         student/faculty consultation. May be repeated for credit.
                                                               a maximum of 4 times. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00               Occasional.
MUN 3714               CAH-MUSIC                     1(0,2)
Jazz Combo: PR: Junior standing and C.I. Rehearsal             MUO 2501C              CAH-MUSIC                  2(1,1)          MUS 4954               CAH-MUSIC                   0(1,0)
and performance of music for small jazz combo, emphasiz-       Opera Skills: PR: Open to all students by audition.               Recital Performance II: PR: Senior level applied
ing improvisation. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.   Integration of singing, acting, and movement in opera;            music and C.I. Public recital of 45 minutes to demonstrate
M&S fee: $20.00                                                explores basic stage movement, character preparation, and         performance skills. Graded S/U. May be used in the degree
                                                               performance of opera arias. Fall.                                 program a maximum of 2 times. Fall, Spring.
MUN 3723                CAH-MUSIC                1(0,3)
Vocal-Jazz Ensemble: PR: C.I. Open to all students.            MUO 3503                CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,3)          MUS 5365               CAH-MUSIC                3(3,0)
Study and performance of music for small ensembles. May        Opera Workshop: PR: MUO 2501C, or C.I., and                       Music and Technology: PR: Graduate status or
be repeated for credit. Occasional.                            audition. Study, preparation, and performance of opera            senior standing, or C.I. The emergence of technology in
                                                               literature. May be used in the degree program a maximum           music including MIDI, CD ROM, and the high-tech music
MUN 3813                  CAH-MUSIC                1(1,1)      of 8 times. Occasional. M&S fee: $45.00                           classroom. Occasional.
Steel Drum Ensemble: PR: C.I. Rehearsal and per-
formance of music arranged for steel drum band. May be         MUO 5505L               CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,3)        MUS 5677                CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $20.00             Graduate Opera Workshop: PR: C.I. and audition.                   Wellness for the Performing Musician: PR:
                                                               Study of audition techniques, operatic roles and repertoire,      Graduate standing in music education or C.I. Various
MUN 4476                CAH-MUSIC                1(0,2)        and characterization through performance. May be used in          techniques and methods of maintaining physical health and
Early Music Ensemble: PR: C.I. Study and perfor-               the degree program a maximum of 5 times. Occasional.              wellness for musicians. Occasional.
mance of pre-classical music. May be repeated for credit.      M&S fee: $45.00
Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $5.00                                                                                                     MUT 1002                  CAH-MUSIC     3(3,0)
                                                               MUS 1010                  CAH-MUSIC                0(9,2)         Fundamentals of Music II: PR: MUT 1004. Theory
MUN 5125               CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,3)        Music Forum: A series of special musical events                   and sight singing skills. Occasional.
Concert Band: PR: Open to all graduate students                required of music majors. Includes lectures and recitals by
by audition. Study and performance of music for large          faculty, students, and guest artists. Graded S/U. May be          MUT 1004               CAH-MUSIC        3(3,0)
ensembles. May be used in the degree program a maximum         repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                                Fundamentals of Music I: Basic music theory and
of 4 times. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $20.00                                                                                            reading music at the keyboard. Fall.
                                                               MUS 1250              CAH-MUSIC                1(2,0)
MUN 5145             CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,4)         IPA for Singers: PR: Music major or C.I. The                      MUT 1121                 CAH-MUSIC                    4(2,3)
Wind Ensemble: PR: Open to all graduate students               International Phonetic Alphabet and its application to            Music Theory and Musicianship I: PR: MUT 1004
by audition. Study and performance of music for wind           English, French, German, and Italian music written for            or C.I. Studies in music theory, both written and aural skills,
ensemble and band. May be used in the degree program a         voice. Odd Fall.                                                  including musical analysis, model composition, sight sing-
maximum of 4 times. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $20.00                                                                                    ing, ear training, and improvisation. Odd Spring.
                                                               MUS 1952C               CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)
MUN 5215               CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,5)       Study Abroad: Irish Music: PR: C.I. The history,                  MUT 1122               CAH-MUSIC                      4(2,3)
Symphony Orchestra: PR: Open to all graduate                   genres, forms, instruments, and performance of Irish music        Music Theory and Musicianship II: PR: MUT
students by audition. Rehearsal and performance of works       taught in the native environment. Graded S/U. Occasional.         1121 or C.I. Continuation of MUT 1121. Studies in music
from the symphonic repertoire. May be used in the degree                                                                         theory, both written and aural skills, including musical
program a maximum of 4 times. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $20.00        MUS 2360C                CAH-MUSIC                    3(2,2)      analysis, model composition, sight singing, ear training, and
                                                               Introduction to Music Technology: PR: Music or                    improvisation. Odd Spring.
MUN 5325              CAH-MUSIC               1(0,3)           Digital Media major or C.I. Utilization of computers and key-
Women’s Chorus: PR: Open to all graduate students              boards to acquire skills in MIDI sequencing, notation, CDs,       MUT 2126               CAH-MUSIC                      4(2,3)
by audition. Study and performance of choral music for         and the Internet. Fall, Spring. M&S fee: $15.83                   Music Theory and Musicianship III: PR: MUT
women’s voices. May be used in the degree program a                                                                              1122 or C.I. Continuation of MUT 1122. Studies in music
maximum of 4 times. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $20.00                  MUS 3254                CAH-MUSIC                  2(2,0)         theory, both written and aural skills, including musical
                                                               Italian and French Lyric Diction: PR: MUS 1250.                   analysis, model composition, sight singing, ear training, and
MUN 5368L              CAH-MUSIC                  1(0,3)       Study and applications of the correct sung pronunciation of       improvisation. Odd Spring.
Graduate Madrigal Singers: PR: Graduate standing               the Italian and French languages. Odd Spring.
in Music Education and C.I. Study of varied literature for                                                                       MUT 2127               CAH-MUSIC                      4(2,3)
small vocal ensembles. May be used in the degree program       MUS 3255               CAH-MUSIC                 2(2,0)           Music Theory and Musicianship IV: PR: MUT
a maximum of 5 times. Occasional. M&S fee: $20.00              German and English Lyric Diction: PR: MUS                         2126 or C.I. Continuation of MUT 2126. Studies in music
                                                               1250. Study and applications of the correct sung pronun-          theory, both written and aural skills, including musical
MUN 5385L              CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,3)        ciation of the German and English languages. Odd Spring.          analysis, model composition, sight singing, ear training, and
Graduate University Chorus: PR: Graduate stand-                                                                                  improvisation. Odd Spring.
ing in Music Education and C.I. Study and performance of       MUS 3953                CAH-MUSIC                   0(1,0)
large ensemble music. May be used in the degree program        Recital Performance I: PR: Junior Level Applied                   MUT 3170                 CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
a maximum of 5 times. Occasional. M&S fee: $20.00              Music and C. I. Public recital of 30 minutes to demonstrate       Jazz Theory I: PR: MUT 1122 or C.I. Study of theo-
                                                               performance skills. Graded S/U. May be used in the degree         retical concepts in jazz music, including practical keyboard
MUN 5445               CAH-MUSIC                1(0,2)         program a maximum of 2 times. Fall, Spring.                       applications. Even Fall.
Percussion Ensemble: PR: Open to all graduate
students by audition. Study and performance of music for       MUS 4320               CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)       MUT 3171                 CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)
small percussion ensembles. May be used in the degree          Music Business and Industry: PR: MUS 2360C or                     Jazz Theory II: PR: MUT 3170. Advanced study of theo-
program a maximum of 4 times. Odd Fall. M&S fee: $35.00        C.I. Today’s music industry copyright, publishing, contracts      retical concepts in jazz music, including practical keyboard
                                                               and licensing. Odd Spring.                                        applications. Odd Spring.
MUN 5465L              CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,2)
Graduate Chamber Music: PR: Graduate standing                  MUS 4330               CAH-MUSIC                   2(1,1)         MUT 3622              CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)
in Music Education and C.I. The study and performance          Recording Techniques for Classical Music:                         Analytical Approaches to Musical Rhythm:
of vocal and/or instrumental chamber ensemble literature.      PR: MUL 2010 or C.I. Concert hall recording techniques for        PR: MUT 2127 or equivalent or C.I. Contemporary, cogni-
Flexible instrumentation to meet student needs. May be         classical music. Occasional.                                      tive, hypermetric, and projective approaches to musical
used in the degree program a maximum of 5 times.                                                                                 rhythm, rhythm in dance, performance, and non-Western
Occasional. M&S fee: $20.00                                    MUS 4674                CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)      music. Occasional.
                                                               Health and Wellness for the Performing
MUN 5478L            CAH-MUSIC                1(0,3)           Musician: PR: MUT 2127 or C.I. Basic musculoskeletal              MUT 3923               CAH-MUSIC                   3(0,3)
Early Music Ensemble: PR: Graduate standing                    anatomy, posture, common injuries and injury prevention,          Jazz Workshop: PR: MUT 3171 or C.I. Jazz improvi-
in Music Education and C.I. Graduate ensemble experi-          mental training, performance anxiety, practical performance,      sation, repertoire, composition and arranging studied in a
ence with instruments and repertoire of the Medieval,          & pedagogic applications. Even Spring.                            chamber group context. May be used in the degree program
Renaissance, and Baroque periods. May be used in the                                                                             a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
degree program a maximum of 5 times. Occasional. M&S           MUS 4900                 CAH-MUSIC                   3(3,0)
fee: $5.00                                                     Music BA Capstone Project: PR: C.I. Self-designed                 MUT 4031              CAH-MUSIC                    1(1,0)
                                                               project, completed under faculty supervision, that dem-           Review of Music Theory: PR: C.I. A comprehensive
MUN 5715L              CAH-MUSIC                     1(0,4)    onstrates ability to think critically and work independently      review of harmonic and analytic skills. May be repeated for
Jazz Ensemble: PR: Audition, graduate or senior                while applying knowledge and skills from music and other          credit. Occasional.
standing, and C.I. Study and performance of jazz big band      subjects. Graded S/U. Occasional.
music. May be used in the degree program a maximum of                                                                            MUT 4311                CAH-MUSIC                      3(3,0)
4 times only when course content is different. Fall, Spring.                                                                     Orchestration: PR: MUS 2360C and MUT 2127.
M&S fee: $20.00                                                                                                                  Technical and aesthetic principles of writing for instruments
                                                                                                                                 of the concert orchestra. Odd Spring.


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UCF Courses and Descriptions
MUT 4401                CAH-MUSIC                  3(3,0)       MVB 2423                  CAH-MUSIC              2(1,1)          MVB 5453              CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,0)
Counterpoint: PR: MUT 2127. Counterpoint in Western             Trombone II: PR: MVB 1413 and competence deter-                  Trombone V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing
music from the 16th to the 20th Centuries. Even Spring.         mined by faculty jury. Continuation of MVB 1413. May be          and C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
                                                                repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
MUT 4571               CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)                                                                      MVB 5454               CAH-MUSIC               2(1,0)
Analysis of Twentieth-Century Music: PR: MUT                    MVB 2424                  CAH-MUSIC              2(1,1)          Baritone V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing and
2127 or equivalent. Techniques of analysis for various styles   Euphonium II: PR: MVB 1414 and competence deter-                 C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
of twentieth-century music. Odd Fall.                           mined by faculty jury. Continuation of MVB 1414. May be
                                                                repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                               MVB 5455               CAH-MUSIC                2(1,0)
MUT 5316               CAH-MUSIC                 3(3,0)                                                                          Tuba V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing and C.I.
Orchestration: PR: Graduate standing in Music or                MVB 2425                 CAH-MUSIC                 2(1,1)        May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.
C.I. Study of the various instruments commonly found in         Tuba II: PR: MVB 1415 and competence determined by
orchestras and wind ensembles and how to write for these        faculty jury. Continuation of MVB 1415. May be repeated for      MVJ 1010                CAH-MUSIC                     2(1,1)
instruments in combination. Odd Spring.                         credit. Fall, Spring.                                            Jazz Piano I: PR: Music major or C.I. Scale studies,
                                                                                                                                 arpeggios, chord voicings, and other techniques included in
MUT 5381               CAH-MUSIC                    3(3,0)      MVB 3431               CAH-MUSIC                  2-3(1,1)       fundamentals of jazz piano skills. May be used in the degree
Arranging and Composing Music: PR:                              Trumpet III: PR: MVB 2421. Continued study of perfor-            program a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
Satisfactory placement tests in theory, sight-singing, and      mance skills of the trumpet, with additional intensive work
ear training, and graduate status or senior standing or C.I.    expected for performance majors. May be used in the              MVJ 1213                    CAH-MUSIC                  2(1,1)
Arranging and composing music for instrumental and vocal        degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.               Jazz Guitar I: PR: Music major or C.I. Scales, arpeggios,
ensembles. Some emphasis on compositional techniques of                                                                          chord voicings, and other techniques included in fundamen-
the 20th century. Even Fall.                                    MVB 3432                CAH-MUSIC                 2-3(1,1)       tals of jazz guitar skills. May be used in the degree program
                                                                French Horn III: PR: MVB 2422 and competence deter-              a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
MUT 5936               CAH-MUSIC                     3(3,0)     mined by faculty jury. Continued study of performance skills
Music Theory Seminar: PR: Graduate standing in                  of the French horn, with additional intensive work expected      MVJ 1214                CAH-MUSIC                     2(1,1)
music education or C.I. One or more issues of importance        for performance majors. May be used in the degree pro-           Jazz Bass I: PR: Music major or C.I. Basic Jazz Bass
in music theory with emphasis on recent scholarly literature    gram a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                         skills, including sound concept, technique, literature, style,
and debates. May be used in the degree program a maxi-                                                                           history, and heritage. May be used in the degree program a
mum of 4 times. Occasional.                                     MVB 3433                CAH-MUSIC                 2-3(1,1)       maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
                                                                Trombone III: PR: MVB 2423 and competence deter-
MVB 1211               CAH-MUSIC                   1(0,1)       mined by faculty jury. Continued study of performance skills     MVJ 1219                  CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)
Secondary Trumpet: PR: Consent of Music Chair.                  of the trombone, with additional intensive work expected for     Jazz Drum Set I: PR: Music major or C.I. Basic Jazz
CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction in trumpet.       performance majors. May be used in the degree program a          Drum Set skills, including sound concept, technique, litera-
Intended for non-music majors. May be repeated for credit.      maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                                ture, style, history, and heritage. May be used in the degree
Fall, Spring.                                                                                                                    program a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
                                                                MVB 3434                CAH-MUSIC                2-3(1,1)
MVB 1212                  CAH-MUSIC            1(0,1)           Euphonium III: PR: MVB 2424 and competence deter-                MVJ 2220              CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)
Secondary French Horn: PR: Consent of Music                     mined by faculty jury. Continued study of performance skills     Jazz Piano II: PR: MVJ 1010. Continuation of MVJ
Chair. CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction            of the euphonium, with additional intensive work expected        1010. Scale Studies, arpeggios, chord voicings, and other
in French Horn. Intended for non-music majors. May be           for performance majors. May be used in the degree program        techniques included in progressive jazz piano skills. May
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                              a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                              be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times.
                                                                                                                                 Odd Spring.
MVB 1213               CAH-MUSIC                1(0,1)          MVB 3435               CAH-MUSIC                2-3(1,1)
Secondary Trombone: PR: Consent of Music Chair.                 Tuba III: PR: MVB 2425 and competence determined                 MVJ 2223              CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)
CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction in trom-          by faculty jury. Continued study of performance skills of        Jazz Guitar II: PR: MVJ 1213. Continuation of MVJ
bone. Intended for non-music majors. May be repeated for        the tuba, with additional intensive work expected for per-       1213. Scales, arpeggios, chord voicings and other tech-
credit. Fall, Spring.                                           formance majors. May be used in the degree program a             niques included in progressive jazz guitar skills. May be
                                                                maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                                used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Odd
MVB 1214                  CAH-MUSIC           1(0,1)                                                                             Spring.
Secondary Euphonium: PR: Consent of Music                       MVB 4441              CAH-MUSIC                 4(1,1)
Chair. CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction            Trumpet IV: PR: MVB 3431. Intensive advanced per-                MVJ 2224                  CAH-MUSIC                   2(1,1)
in euphonium. Intended for non-music majors. May be             formance study of the trumpet, for performance majors.           Jazz Bass II: PR: MVJ 1214. Continuation of MVJ 1214.
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                              May be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times.          Progressive Jazz Bass skills, including sound concept, tech-
                                                                Fall, Spring.                                                    nique, literature, style, history, and heritage. May be used
MVB 1215               CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,1)                                                                          in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
Secondary Tuba: PR: Consent of Music Chair.                     MVB 4442                CAH-MUSIC                   4(1,1)
CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction in tuba.          French Horn IV: PR: MVB 3432 and competence                      MVJ 2229                CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)
Intended for non-music majors. May be repeated for credit.      determined by faculty jury. Intensive advanced performance       Jazz Drum Set II: PR: MVJ 1219. Continuation of MVJ
Fall, Spring.                                                   study of the French horn, for performance majors. May be         1219. Progressive Jazz Drum Set skills, including sound
                                                                used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall,           concept, technique, literature, style, history, and heritage.
MVB 1411               CAH-MUSIC                2(1,1)          Spring.                                                          May be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times.
Trumpet I: PR: Major in music or consent of chair; audi-                                                                         Odd Spring.
tion. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                 MVB 4443              CAH-MUSIC                4(1,1)
                                                                Trombone IV: PR: MVB 3433 and competence deter-                  MVJ 3230               CAH-MUSIC                   3(1,1)
MVB 1412               CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)      mined by faculty jury. Intensive advanced performance            Jazz Piano III: PR: MVJ 2220. Continuation of MVJ
French Horn I: PR: Major in music or consent of chair;          study of the trombone, for performance majors. May be            2220. Scale studies, arpeggios, chord voicings, and other
audition. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.             used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall,           techniques included in progressive jazz piano skills. May
                                                                Spring.                                                          be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times.
MVB 1413               CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)                                                                       Odd Spring.
Trombone I: PR: Major in music or consent of chair;             MVB 4444                CAH-MUSIC                   4(1,1)
audition. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.             Euphonium IV: PR: MVB 3434 and competence                        MVJ 3233              CAH-MUSIC                    3(1,1)
                                                                determined by faculty jury. Intensive advanced performance       Jazz Guitar III: PR: MVJ 2223. Continuation of MVJ
MVB 1414               CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,1)      study of the euphonium, for performance majors. May be           2223. Scales, arpeggios, chord voicings and other tech-
Euphonium I: PR: Major in music or consent of chair;            used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Fall,           niques included in progressive jazz guitar skills. May be
audition. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.             Spring.                                                          used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Odd
                                                                                                                                 Spring.
MVB 1415               CAH-MUSIC                 2(1,1)         MVB 4445                 CAH-MUSIC                4(1,1)
Tuba I: PR: Major in music or consent of chair; audition.       Tuba IV: PR: MVB 3435 and competence determined by               MVJ 3234                  CAH-MUSIC                   3(1,1)
May be repeated for credit. Even Fall, Spring.                  faculty jury. Intensive advanced performance study of the        Jazz Bass III: PR: MVJ 2224. Continuation of MVJ 2224.
                                                                tuba, for performance majors. May be used in the degree          Progressive Jazz Bass skills, including sound concept, tech-
MVB 2421                  CAH-MUSIC                 2(1,1)      program a maximum of 3 times. Fall, Spring.                      nique, literature, style, history, and heritage. May be used
Trumpet II: PR: MVB 1411 and competence determined                                                                               in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Odd Spring.
by faculty jury. Continuation of MVB 1411. May be repeated      MVB 5451               CAH-MUSIC               2(1,0)
for credit. Fall, Spring.                                       Trumpet V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing and            MVJ 3339                CAH-MUSIC                    3(1,1)
                                                                C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                   Jazz Drum Set III: PR: MVJ 2229. Continuation of MVJ
MVB 2422                  CAH-MUSIC              2(1,1)                                                                          2229. Progressive Jazz Drum Set skills, including sound
French Horn II: PR: MVB 1412 and competence deter-              MVB 5452              CAH-MUSIC                    2(1,0)        concept, technique, literature, style, history, and heritage.
mined by faculty jury. Continuation of MVB 1412. May be         French Horn V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing            May be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times.
repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.                              and C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring.               Odd Spring.




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                                                                                                                                   UCF Courses and Descriptions
MVJ 4240               CAH-MUSIC                   4(1,1)         MVK 2421                 CAH-MUSIC                 2(1,1)          MVP 5451              CAH-MUSIC                     2(1,0)
Jazz Piano IV: PR: MVJ 3230. Continuation of MVJ                  Piano II: PR: MVK 1411 and competence determined by                Percussion V: PR: Graduate status or senior standing
3230. Scale studies, arpeggios, chord voicings, and other         faculty jury. Continuation of MVK 1411. May be repeated for        and C.I. May be repeated for credit. Fall, Spring. M&S fee:
techniques included in advanced jazz piano skills. May be         credit. Fall, Spring.                                              $35.00
used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times. Odd
Spring.                                                           MVK 3431               CAH-MUSIC              2-3(1,1)             MVS 1211               CAH-MUSIC                 1(0,1)
                                                                  Piano III: PR: MVK 2421 and competence determined                  Secondary Violin: PR: Consent of Music Chair.
MVJ 4243               CAH-MUSIC                     4(1,1)       by faculty jury. Continued study of performance skills of          CR: Performing ensemble. Advanced instruction in violin.
Jazz Guitar IV: PR: MVJ 3233. Continuation of MVJ                 the piano, with additional intensive work expected for             Intended for non-music majors. May be repeated for credit.
3233. Scales, arpeggios, chord voicings, and other tech-          performance majors. May be used in the degree program a            Fall, Spring.
niques included in advanced jazz guitar skills. May be used       max