Oct 23, 2020  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


      Courses numbered from 101–299 are lower-division courses, primarily for freshmen and sophomores; those numbered from 300–499 are upper-division courses, primarily for juniors and seniors. The numbers 296, 396, 496, and 596 designate individual study courses and are available for registration by prior arrangement with the course instructor and approval of the department chair.

The number in parentheses following the course title indicates the amount of credit each course carries. Variable credit courses include the minimum and maximum number of the credits within parentheses.

Not all of the courses are offered every quarter. Final confirmation of courses to be offered, information on new courses and programs, as well as a list of hours, instructor, titles of courses and places of class meetings, is available online in Safari which can be accessed through the Wildcat Connection, and go to www.cwu.edu/registrar/course-information. The registration handbook will assist you in navigating through Safari and is available online at www.cwu.edu/registrar, click on Registration Handbook and then 2012-2013 Registration Handbook, a copy is also available in Registrar Services or your university center office.    

 

Recreation and Tourism

  
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    RT 377 - The Gaming and Casino Industry


    Description:
    An overview of the casino industry including: traditional casinos, riverboats, historical perspective, legal, social, cultural and economic impacts, Native American gaming, regulation and control of gaming, and future trends in gaming industry.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 379 - Cruise Line Industry


    Description:
    An overview of the cruise industry including: cruise lines, ships, history of cruising, human resource practices, marketing, design, terminology, and future trends.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 380 - Supervision in the Hospitality Industry


    Description:
    This is a broad based course on the role and functions of a supervisor. It presents strategies for supervising programs, facilities, and especially personnel. Case studies are used to practice supervisory skill development.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: junior standing or above.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RT 381 - Recreational Sports Management


    Description:
    Organization and implementation of recreational sports programs in community recreation settings. Emphasis on facilities, personnel, materials and supplies, tournament bracketing and other practical considerations.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 382 - Community Recreation


    Description:
    Preparation for positions in community-based organizations to include non-profits and municipalities, grant writing, board-staff relations, community capacity building, and social marketing.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: junior standing or above.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 386 - International Travel II


    Description:
    Overview of selected Europe and Africa destinations and their travel, tourism, hospitality, and recreation industries. Touristic importance, including economic, political, population, geography, social systems, and cultural characteristics.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 393A - Leisure Service Agency Visitations: Public Recreation Agencies


    Description:
    Field visits, usually from two to three days in duration. Review of facilities, programs, and clientele with agency leader/supervisor/manager.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit under different subtitle.
  
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    RT 393M - Leisure Service Agency Visitations: Community Centers


    Description:
    Field visits, usually from two to three days in duration. Review of facilities, programs, and clientele with agency leader/supervisor/manager.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit under different subtitle.
  
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    RT 393N - Rt Vis:Destinations


    Description:
    Field visits, two to three days in duration. Review of facilities, programs and clientele with agency leader/supervisor/manager. May be repeated for credit under different titles.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated up to 3 credits.
  
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    RT 393Q - Leisure Service Agency Visitations: Transportation


    Description:
    Field visits, usually from two to three days in duration. Review of facilities, programs, and clientele with agency leader/supervisor/manager.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit under different subtitle.
  
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    RT 398 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-5)

  
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    RT 405 - Hospitality Catering


    Description:
    Basics of off-premise catering including menu planning, budgeting, logistics, and marketing. NUTR 405, RT 405, and RT 505 are equivalent courses; students may not receive credit for more than one.

    Credits: (3)

    Notes:

  
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    RT 431 - Resident Camp Programming


    Description:
    Methods, techniques, and skills used in the organization and operation of a resident camp program.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 452 - Regional Wine Tourism


    Description:
    Wine tourism is an american growth industry. Unlike in Europe, support for wine tourism in the USA is regional. This course offers an academic and hands-on approach to regional wine tourism that will assist RT and GWS graduates. GWS 452 and RT 452 are cross-listed courses, students may not receive credit for both.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: GWS 302 and RT 371.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RT 471 - Tourism Planning and Sustainable Development


    Description:
    The planning process is studied in connection with the development of sustainable tourism, taking into consideration the impact of development on the economic, social, fiscal, environmental, and political fabric of communities.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 473 - Air Travel and Tourism


    Description:
    Examines the airline industry, its components and methods of operation; the interaction with other segments of the industry. Procedures for working with the airlines.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RT 201.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 474 - Lodging Operations II


    Description:
    Analysis of hotel performance and forecasting, with tools typically used in a lodging environment.

    Credits: (2)

  
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    RT 475 - Professionalism in Tourism


    Description:
    Students will develop skills related to professionalism in the tourism industry along with assessing themselves in order to successfully enter their careers.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: admission to the RT major or minor.

    Credits: (2)

  
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    RT 479 - Cruise Line Workshop


    Description:
    Students will learn the ports, ports of call, and cruise lines of the Pacific Northwest. A visitation will be made to selected cruise offices and ports.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RT 379.

    Credits: (2)

    Consent
    By permission.
  
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    RT 480 - Tourism Administration


    Description:
    Contemporary problems and issues, basic applied research, organizational development, policy formulation, human resources, inventory, and program personnel evaluation processes.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: FCSG 220 and HRM 381 or MGT 380, senior standing, and admission to the RT major or minor.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RT 484 - Legal Liability and Risk Management


    Description:
    Aspects of personnel law, premises in liability, Americans with Disabilities, and procedures for managing risk for the recreation and tourism professional.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RT 485 - Events Administration


    Description:
    This capstone course includes a study of contemporary issues within the field of event planning and coordination, basic applied evaluation, organizational development, policy formulation, human resources, inventory, and applied program and event planning.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RT 309, RT 380 or HRM 381, RT 484, senior standing, and admission to the recreation and tourism major or minor.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RT 486 - International Travel III


    Description:
    Overview of selected Asia, Australia, and South Pacific destinations and their travel, tourism, hospitality, and recreation industries. Touristic importance including economic, political, population, geography, social systems, and cultural characteristics.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 487 - Outdoor Recreation Issues


    Description:
    This course addresses recent and breaking issues in the outdoor recreation field. The course involves readings and discussions in both the classroom and field environments.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RT 330.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RT 488 - Recreation Management


    Description:
    Contemporary issues, basic applied evaluation, organizational development, policy formulation, human resources, inventory, and program planning.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: FCSG 220, senior standing, and admission to the recreation and tourism major or minor.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    Learning Agreement Forms

    RT 490 - Cooperative Education


    Description:
    An individualized, contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. A learning agreement is created by the student to identify and plan the directed and supervised study under the guidance of a tourism mentor. Forty hours required per credit.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: admission to the recreation and tourism major or minor, a minimum GPA of 2.25 in the major, and permission of advisor.

    Credits: (1-12)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit.
    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
  
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    RT 491 - Workshop


    Credits: (1-6)

  
  
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    RT 498 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RT 499 - Seminar


    Credits: (1-5)


Religious Studies

  
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    RELS 101 - World Religions


    Description:
    Survey of the major world religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism), including their tenets, practices, and evaluation of the human condition.

    Credits: (5)

    General Education Category
    AH-Philosophies and Culture World (W)
  
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    RELS 201 - Sacred Books of the World


    Description:
    Comparative study of religious thought and literature from eastern and western classics: Upanishads, Bhagavad-Gita, Dhammapada, Tao Te Ching, Hebrew Bible, New Testament, Koran.

    Credits: (5)

    General Education Category
    AH-Philosophies and Culture World (W)
  
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    RELS 301 - Man in Religious Thought


    Description:
    Human existence as perceived by religious thinkers, both classical and contemporary, in the Judaic, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian traditions.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 320 - American Indian Spirituality


    Description:
    Introduction to American Indian spirituality with emphasis on myths, rituals, and beliefs and including historical, economic, political and legal issues that influence the ways of American Indian spiritual practice; Ghost Dance, Native American Church, etc. AIS 321 and RELS 320 are cross-listed courses; students may not receive credit for both.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 351 - Religions of China and Japan


    Description:
    Historical development of Daoism, Confucianism, Shinto, and East Asian Buddhism within China and Japan, from their origins to the present. Analysis of beliefs, practices, symbols, and institutions.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 352 - Religions of India


    Description:
    Historical development of Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism within India, from their origins to the present. Analysis of beliefs, practices, symbols, and institutions.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 353 - Judaism


    Description:
    Historical development of Judaism from its beginning to the present. Analysis of beliefs, practices, symbols, and institutions.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RELS 101 or RELS 201 or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 354 - Christianity


    Description:
    Historical development of Christianity, from its origins to the present. Analysis of beliefs, practices, symbols, and institutions.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 355 - Islam


    Description:
    Historical development of Islam, from its origins to the present. Analysis of beliefs, practices, symbols, and institutions.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RELS 101 or RELS 201 or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 376 - Contemporary Religious Thought


    Description:
    Explores the nature of post-modern and/or contemporary philosophic, as well as religious thought, west and east, related to such topics as the nature of religion, the idea of God, the problem of evil, inter-religious dialogue and religious pluralism.

    Credits: (5)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated up to 10 credits.
  
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    RELS 398 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RELS 401 - The Daoist Tradition


    Description:
    An examination of the textual and cultural tradition associated with Daoism, China’s indigenous high religion.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 402 - Religion and Film


    Description:
    An examination of religious themes in film, including the portrayal of specific religious traditions and sacred narratives. Films will be selected from a wide range of possibilities, including foreign productions.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 403 - Buddhist Thought and Practice


    Description:
    In depth study of the Buddhist tradition, including its practices, philosophy, and historical development across Asia, and its introduction to the West.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 410 - The Legacy of the Hebrew Bible


    Description:
    A multi-disciplinary exploration of the Hebrew Bible, seeking to understand both the Bible’s influence on and perception in a variety of disciplines (e.g. art, literature, music, film).

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 411 - Lost Books of the Bible


    Description:
    An examination of the origin, content, and ideology of Jewish Hellenistic and Intertestamental literature excluded in the canons of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament or New Testament.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RELS 201, RELS 353 or RELS 410.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RELS 453 - The Holocaust - A Quest for Meaning


    Description:
    Explores the historical, religious, and philosophical dimensions of the Holocaust experience, drawing on Holocaust and post-Holocaust expression (survivor memoirs, literature, art, music).

    Credits: (5)

  
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    Learning Agreement Forms

    RELS 490 - Cooperative Education


    Description:
    An individualized, contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination.

    Credits: (1-12)

    Consent
    By permission.
    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit.
    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
  
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    RELS 491 - Workshop


    Credits: (1-6)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit.
  
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    RELS 494 - Undergraduate Thesis Preparation


    Description:
    Preparation for writing undergraduate thesis.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: junior standing or above.

    Credits: (2)

    Consent
    By permission.
  
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    RELS 495 - Undergraduate Thesis


    Description:
    Produce an original substantive thesis-driven paper based on independent research.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RELS 494 and advanced standing.

    Credits: (3)

    Consent
    By permission.
  
  
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    RELS 497 - Honors Thesis


    Description:
    Produce an original , thesis-driven honors level paper based on original research. Paper will be reviewed by a second departmental reader and presented in an open forum.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: PHIL 494, advanced standing, and admission to the Philosophy and Religious Studies Departmental Honors Program.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RELS 498 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RELS 499 - Seminar


    Credits: (3-5)


Retail Management Technology

  
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    RMT 320 - Principles of Merchandising Management for Micro Brewing


    Description:
    Emphasis on micro brewing merchandising and operations. Focus within channel on selling, distribution, promotion, policies, and regulations.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: admitance to the Craft Beer Trade Certificate Program or permission from the instructor.

    Credits: (5)

  
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    RMT 330 - Principles of Retailing


    Description:
    Introduction to retailing including retail stores, merchandising, operations, store location and layout, internal organization, buying, personnel management, inventory control, and sales promotion.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 335 - Retail Information Technology


    Description:
    Use of contemporary technology in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting retail management data and writing and presenting retail management reports.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 340 - Principles of Selling


    Description:
    Introduction to selling, its role in the economy, the sales process, types of selling, planning the sale, and sales organization.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 345 - Sustainable Retailing


    Description:
    This course will introduce principles and practices of sustainable retail operations. The course will enable students to provide guidance, leadership and support to retail organizations in the development, implementation, and assessment of successful sustainable operations.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RMT 350 - Retailing and E-Commerce


    Description:
    Examines the progress and potential of the Internet for the marketing, selling, promoting, and distributing of retail goods and services.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RMT 330.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 366 - Customer Relationship Management


    Description:
    Developing and maintaining strong customer relationships is paramount to a successful business. Students learn to manage prospects and current customers by using information technology.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: junior standing or above.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 467 - Retail Management


    Description:
    Retail store ownership and management, including startup, location, market analysis, customer service, organization, merchandise management, human resource management, sales promotion, and financial planning.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RMT 330 and senior standing.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 470 - Critical Issues in Retailing


    Description:
    Capstone course in retailing that focuses on current retail management and technology literature and case studies.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: RMT 330 and senior standing.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    RMT 485 - International Retailing


    Description:
    Emphasis on international retailing and global trade. Focus on cross-cultural differences, work environments, policies and regulations. RMT 485 and FCSA 485 are cross-liisted courses; students may not receive credit for both.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RMT 330.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    Learning Agreement Forms

    RMT 490 - Cooperative Education


    Description:
    An individualized, contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Available summer only.

    Credits: (1-12)

    Consent
    By permission.
    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for credit.
    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
  
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    RMT 492 - Practicum


    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: permission of department chair.

    Credits: (5-15)

    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
  
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    RMT 493A - Undergraduate Research Practicum


    Description:
    Conduct research under direct supervision of a professor with specific learning agreement required. ADMG/IT/RMT 493A are cross-listed courses; students may only receive credit for one.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Consent
    By permission.
    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for up to 3 credits.
    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
    Notes:

  
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    RMT 493B - Undergraduate Assistant Practicum


    Description:
    Assist in monitoring, supervising, supporting, and tutoring instruction under direct supervision of a professor with specific learning agreements required. ADMG/IT/RMT 493B are equivalent courses; students may only receive credit for one.

    Credits: (1-3)

    Consent
    By permission.
    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated for up to 3 credits.
    Grading Basis
    Grade will either be S or U.
  
  
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    RMT 498 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RMT 499 - Seminar


    Credits: (1-5)


Russian

  
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    RUSS 151 - First-year Russian


    Description:
    Conversational approach with intensive oral-aural drill. Firm foundation in basic structural principles of the language.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 152 - First-year Russian


    Description:
    Conversational approach with intensive oral-aural drill. Firm foundation in basic structural principles of the language.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 151.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 153 - First-year Russian


    Description:
    Conversational approach with intensive oral-aural drill. Firm foundation in basic structural principles of the language.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 152.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 251 - Second-year Russian


    Description:
    Thorough review of Russian grammar and graduated readings in Russian prose and poetry with discussions conducted in Russian.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 252 - Second-year Russian


    Description:
    Thorough review of Russian grammar and graduated readings in Russian prose and poetry with discussions conducted in Russian.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 251.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 253 - Second-year Russian


    Description:
    Thorough review of Russian grammar and graduated readings in Russian prose and poetry with discussions conducted in Russian.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 252.

    Credits: (5)

    Notes:
    Courses must be taken in sequence.
  
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    RUSS 298 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RUSS 341 - Intermediate Composition and Grammar


    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 253.

    Credits: (3)

    Notes:
    Should be taken in sequence with RUSS 441.
  
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    RUSS 342 - Intermediate Composition and Grammar


    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 341.

    Credits: (3)

    Notes:
    Should be taken in sequence with RUSS 441.
  
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    RUSS 398 - Special Topics


    Credits: (1-6)

  
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    RUSS 441 - Advanced Composition and Grammar


    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 342.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    RUSS 445 - Topics in Russian Language


    Description:
    This course is based on a systematic and functional approach to Russian grammar; from morphology to syntax and text.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: RUSS 253

    Credits: (2)

    Repeatable for Credit
    May be repeated up to 6 credits.
  
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    RUSS 462 - Russian Cinema


    Description:
    Explores the cultural and historical context of Soviet and post -Soviet film, including exchanges between art and politics, expressions of national identity, depictions of ethnicity, gender and class, and the development of cinematic institutions.

    Credits: (4)

  

Safety and Health Management

  
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    SHM 201 - Introduction to Safety and Health Management


    Description:
    Overview of safety and health management profession, credentials, societies, organizations, application of math and science.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: students must be freshmen or sophomore standing.

    Credits: (1)

  
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    SHM 321 - Agriculture Safety


    Description:
    A comprehensive course that covers the safety and health regulations and practices pertaining to agriculture and the food processing industry.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    SHM 323 - Construction Safety


    Description:
    A comprehensive course that covers the safety and health regulations and practices pertaining to the construction industry.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    SHM 325 - Manufacturing Safety


    Description:
    A comprehensive course that covers the safety and health regulations and practices pertaining to the manufacturing industry.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    SHM 327 - Research and Laboratory Safety


    Description:
    A comprehensive course that covers the safety and health regulations and practices pertaining to the laboratory and research industry.

    Credits: (3)

  
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    SHM 351 - Incident Analysis


    Description:
    Occupational safety and health legislation (OSHA, Workers’ Compensation), anatomy of accidents, incident analysis.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: either SHM 321, SHM 323, SHM 325, SHM 327 or permission of instructor and admission to the safety and health major or minor.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 352 - Systems and Design


    Description:
    Hazard control management, systems and process engineering concepts applied to safety and health management; design for safety principles.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: SHM 351 and either MATH 102 or MATH 130.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 353 - Risk and Insurance


    Description:
    Risk management, insurance, loss control, liability, and legal foundations in safety and health management.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 352.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 371 - Emergency Planning and Preparedness


    Description:
    Program management relating to emergency planning including facility security, workplace violence, emergency response planning, continuity of operations.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 351.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 373 - Industrial Machinery and Process Safety


    Description:
    Program management relating to process design, materials handling, ergonomics, machinery/equipment, boilers/pressure vessels, and energy in industrial settings.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 351.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 375 - Transportation and Fleet Safety


    Description:
    Program management relating to fleet safety including transportation systems loss control management, fleet management, and driver safety training.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 351.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 377 - Hazardous Materials Management


    Description:
    Program management relating to the use of hazardous materials including chemical and physical properties and hazard communication.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisites: SHM 351 and either CHEM 101, CHEM 111/111LAB, or CHEM 181/181LAB.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 379 - Facility and Building Safety


    Description:
    Program management relating to facility and building safety including fire prevention, accessibility, confined spaces, indoor air quality and ventilation, and walking-working surfaces.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 351.

    Credits: (4)

  
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    SHM 423 - Advanced Construction Safety Management


    Description:
    This course will cover advanced construction safety management techniques such as contractor pre-qualification, leading and lagging indicators, design for construction safety, LEED and safety, safety in contract management, 3D technology in construction safety, safety and quality, and SCSH rating system.

    Prerequisites & Notes:
    Prerequisite: SHM 323 or permission of instructor.

    Credits: (4)

 

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