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    Central Washington University
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 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

 

English

   •  ENG 415 - Critical Studies in American Literature
   •  ENG 417 - Critical Studies in World Literature
   •  ENG 418 - Literary and Critical Theory
   •  ENG 419 - Critical Studies in British Literature
   •  ENG 422 - Teaching Young Adult Literature
   •  ENG 423 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 429 - Teaching Writing in Middle-level Humanities
   •  ENG 430 - Teaching Writing in the Secondary School
   •  ENG 432 - Phonetics and Phonology
   •  ENG 434 - Discourse Analysis
   •  ENG 435 - Linguistics, Literature, and TESOL
   •  ENG 437 - Pedagogical Grammar and Discourse
   •  ENG 453 - Studies in Fiction
   •  ENG 454 - Studies in Nonfiction
   •  ENG 455 - Studies in Poetry
   •  ENG 461 - Studies in Film and Culture
   •  ENG 462 - Studies in Film and/or Television Genres
   •  ENG 463 - Studies in the Film Auteur
   •  ENG 464 - Advanced Fiction Writing
   •  ENG 465 - Advanced Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 466 - Advanced Creative Nonfiction Writing
   •  ENG 467 - Advanced Narrative Screenwriting
   •  ENG 468 - Contemporary Writers Colloquium
   •  ENG 476 - Integrated Humanities at the Middle-level Grades
   •  ENG 480 - Survey of Linguistics
   •  ENG 484 - Manastash: Literary Editing
   •  ENG 485 - Manastash: Literary Design and Production
   •  ENG 488 - Teaching Portfolio
   •  ENG 489 - Senior Colloquium
   •  ENG 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  ENG 491 - Workshop
   •  ENG 492 - Practicum
   •  ENG 496 - Individual Study
   •  ENG 498 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 499 - Seminar

Environmental Studies

   •  ENST 201 - Earth as an Ecosystem
   •  ENST 202 - Ecosystems, Resources, Population, and Culture
   •  ENST 210 - Global Environment from a Local Perspective
   •  ENST 298 - Special Topics
   •  ENST 303 - Environmental Management
   •  ENST 304 - Environmental Methods and Analysis
   •  ENST 310 - Energy and Society
   •  ENST 330 - Environmental Leadership and Advocacy
   •  ENST 398 - Special Topics
   •  ENST 444 - Environmental Policy Formulation
   •  ENST 455 - Environmental Literature
   •  ENST 460 - Environmental Law
   •  ENST 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  ENST 491 - Workshop
   •  ENST 495 - Senior Research
   •  ENST 496 - Individual Study
   •  ENST 498 - Special Topics
   •  ENST 499 - Seminar

Ethnic Studies

   •  ETS 101 - Ethnic Awareness
   •  ETS 296 - Individual Study
   •  ETS 298 - Special Topics
   •  ETS 299 - Seminar
   •  ETS 311 - Asian American Experience
   •  ETS 350 - Survey of Chicano Studies
   •  ETS 354 - Minority Experiences
   •  ETS 398 - Special Topics
   •  ETS 424 - The Civil Rights Movement
   •  ETS 446 - Sociology of Immigration
   •  ETS 490 - Contracted Field Experience
   •  ETS 491 - Workshop
   •  ETS 496 - Individual Study
   •  ETS 498 - Special Topics
   •  ETS 499 - Seminar

Exercise Science

   •  EXSC 254 - Foundations of Fitness
   •  EXSC 298 - Special Topics
   •  EXSC 318 - Aerobic Fitness
   •  EXSC 350 - Gross Anatomy
   •  EXSC 350LAB - Gross Anatomy Laboratory
   •  EXSC 351 - Physiology
   •  EXSC 351LAB - Physiology Laboratory
   •  EXSC 352 - Assessment and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
   •  EXSC 360 - Scientific Principles of Strength Training
   •  EXSC 370 - Biomechanics
   •  EXSC 398 - Special Topics
   •  EXSC 438 - Therapeutic Exercise
   •  EXSC 446 - Sports Nutrition and Weight Control
   •  EXSC 450 - Physiology of Exercise
   •  EXSC 450LAB - Physiology of Exercise Laboratory
   •  EXSC 452 - Therapeutic Modalities
   •  EXSC 455 - Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription
   •  EXSC 455LAB - Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription Laboratory
   •  EXSC 456 - Clinical Physiology
   •  EXSC 457 - Exercise Adherence Strategies
   •  EXSC 461 - Professionalism in Exercise Science
   •  EXSC 463 - Pediatric Issues in Exercise Science
   •  EXSC 464 - Management of Fitness Facilities and Programs
   •  EXSC 470 - Clinical Biomechanics
   •  EXSC 471 - Sports Biomechanics
   •  EXSC 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  EXSC 495A - Practicum: Fitness Centers/Clubs
   •  EXSC 495B - Practicum: Clinical
   •  EXSC 495C - Practicum: Management
   •  EXSC 495D - Practicum: Laboratory Assessment
   •  EXSC 498 - Special Topics

FCS: Career and Technical Education

   •  CTE 292 - Work-site Learning Practicum
 

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