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  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Please Note

The listing of a course in this catalog does not imply that the course will be offered in a particular semester, or that the course is offered on a regular basis. Please check the Shawnee State University Course Offerings or the Department for up-to-date information on what will be offered during a particular term.

In addition, it should be noted that some upper level courses are not included on these pages. Please contact your faculty advisor for further information.

COURSE FEES

Summer 2016, Fall Semester 2016, Spring Semester 2017

Course fees are charged when the department code appears in the far right column of each course listing.  The fee is calculated by multiplying the number of credit hours for the course by the amount shown for the department below:

NOTE:  The course fee covers costs that exceed basic instruction, such as lab equipment and software; program materials and supplies; and coordination of field placements and internships.  The fee is applied to selective courses where appropriate.

    Fee Per Credit Hour
  $ Amount

 

ADNR - Nursing

25.00
ART1 (tier 1) - Arts 7.00
ART2 (tier 2) - Arts 15.00
ART3 (tier 3) - Arts 25.00
ATTR - Athletic Training 25.00
BSNR - Nursing 20.00
BUHE - Health Care Administration 20.00
BUSI - Business 10.00
CCAA - Course Credit by Arrangement Administrative Fee 150.00
DTHY - Dental Hygiene 35.00
EDUC - Education 15.00
EMTP - Emergency Med 20.00
ENGT - Engineering 22.00
GCAA - Grad Course Credit by Arrangement Administrative Fee 150.00
HUMA - Humanities 10.00
MATH - Mathematics 15.00
MTH1 - Mathematics, Graduate 15.00
MTH3 - Mathematics, Graduate 35.00
MTH4 - Mathematics, Graduate - Off Campus Cohorts 60.00
MECI - EDCI, Masters 20.00
MEIS - EDCU, Masters 20.00
MEUC - EDUC, Masters 20.00
MLTC - Medical Lab Tech 20.00
MOT - Masters Occupational Therapy 75.00
NSCI - Natural Science 25.00
OTAT - Occupational Therapy 20.00
PTAT - Physical Therapy 20.00
RDLT - Radiology 20.00
RPTT - Respiratory Therapy 20.00
SSCI - Social Science 10.00
SSES - Exercise Science 15.00
SSPE - Physical Education 5.00
SSSM - Sports Management 15.00
UNC1 - University College 1 - Developmental Math, Reading and Writing 3.00
UNC2 - University College 1 - First Year Experience 12.00

                                                            Flat Rates

 

EDU1 - Education Field Fee 294.00
EDU2 - Education Field Fee 147.00
CIPA - Studenty Abroad Course Fee 120.00


Student fees listed here are for the Summer 2016, Fall 2016 & Spring 2017 semesters and are subject to change.  Shawnee State University reserves the right to make, without prior notice, any fee adjustment that may become necessary.

Explanation of Prerequisites

Most learning beyond basic skills is dependent upon mastery of some prior skill or subject content. As a result, many courses at the University require the satisfaction of prerequisites prior to course enrollment. Prerequisites may be met by successful completion of the prior courses listed or by placement, via testing, into the course.

The academic division/college may withdraw a student from a course for which prerequisites have not been satisfied.

Explanation of Abbreviations

These abbreviations are found throughout the course descriptions on the following pages.

Prereq. — Prerequisite
Coreq. — Corequisite
   
$ Indicates lab fees apply to this course, see the box on the left.
   
GEP Indicates General Education Program course (see the General Education Program Requirements by Content Category  for details)

 

 
   •  GEOL 4212 - Advanced Geologic Mapping
   •  GEOL 4310 - Geomorphology
   •  GEOL 4311 - Surface and Groundwater Hydrology
   •  GEOL 4420 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GEOL 4486 - Senior Project
   •  GEOL 4495 - Undergraduate Research
   •  GRMN 1111 - Elementary German I
   •  GRMN 1112 - Elementary German II
   •  HIST 1200 - Introduction to Historical Studies
   •  HIST 1330 - American History to 1865
   •  HIST 1340 - American History Since 1865
   •  HIST 1999 - Topics in History
   •  HIST 2102 - Medieval/Renais Europe 476-1517
   •  HIST 2103 - Revolutionary Europe 1517-1921
   •  HIST 2150 - Banned Books
   •  HIST 2223 - Ancient History of the Near East
   •  HIST 2430 - World History I
   •  HIST 2440 - World History II
   •  HIST 2474 - Peace and Justice: History, Theory, and Practice of Non-Violence
   •  HIST 2540 - Introduction to the Middle East: History, Peoples and Culture
   •  HIST 2999 - Topics in History
   •  HIST 3101 - Ancient History
   •  HIST 3110 - Nazi Germany and Fascist Europe
   •  HIST 3115 - Women in Medieval Europe
   •  HIST 3130 - History of Russia
   •  HIST 3140 - Europe & the Modern World System
   •  HIST 3170 - Alternative Religions and Cults
   •  HIST 3177 - Early Christianity
   •  HIST 3300 - Christianity in Early America
   •  HIST 3301 - Revolutionary America
   •  HIST 3303 - Civil War America
   •  HIST 3320 - History of Ohio
   •  HIST 3325 - History of the American South
   •  HIST 3330 - Digital History
   •  HIST 3341 - The U.S. and the Modern World System
   •  HIST 3346 - Hist American Women 1865-Present
   •  HIST 3355 - Ohio River Valley History
   •  HIST 3400 - History of Hinduism
   •  HIST 3410 - East Asian History
   •  HIST 3415 - Japan in the Global World
   •  HIST 3420 - History of Buddhism and Jainism
   •  HIST 3430 - Ancient Indian Culture/Society
   •  HIST 3432 - Gandhi and Modern India
   •  HIST 3435 - India in the Global World
   •  HIST 3500 - History of Southern Africa
   •  HIST 3510 - History of Islam, 7th through the 15th Century
   •  HIST 3520 - History of the Crusades: The Crescent and the Cross
   •  HIST 3540 - Arab-Israeli Conflict
   •  HIST 3550 - Islam: Religion, Politics and Society
   •  HIST 3999 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIST 4101 - History of Medicine
   •  HIST 4110 - Intellectual History
   •  HIST 4111 - Legend, Myth, and Folklore
   •  HIST 4175 - Terrorism and Crime
   •  HIST 4420 - Middle East in Modern Times
   •  HIST 4474 - History/Practice of Nonviolence
   •  HIST 4500 - History Capstone Seminar
   •  HIST 4999 - Special Topics in History
   •  HONR 1101 - Introduction to Honors
   •  HONR 3999 - Honors Special Topics
   •  HUMA 2225 - Foundational Texts in Western Cultural History
   •  HUMA 2226 - Studies in American Cultural History and Literature
   •  HUMA 2227 - Influential Works in Global Transnational Cultures
   •  IDST 1999 - Tps in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  IDST 3999 - Sp Tps Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  IDST 4490 - Senior Seminar
   •  ISPC 1100 - International Service Seminar I: Basic Cross-Cultural Skills
   •  ISPC 2100 - International Service Seminar II: The Service Role in Cross-Cultural Context
   •  ISPC 2200 - Global Poverty and International Development
   •  ISPC 3100 - International Service Seminar III: The Peace Corps Application Process
   •  ISPC 4300 - Global Food Security and Agricultural Development
   •  ISPC 4400 - Global Public Health Issues
   •  LANG 1999 - Special Topics in Language
   •  LANG 2999 - Special Topics in Language
   •  LING 3360 - Language and Linguistics
   •  LING 3362 - Patterns of English
   •  LING 3365 - History of the English Language
   •  LING 3670 - Languages of the World
   •  LING 4452 - Language Acquisition
   •  LING 4455 - English Language in Society
   •  LING 4460 - Teaching English As A Second Language
   •  LING 4490 - Seminar in Linguistics
   •  LING 4999 - Special Topics in Linguistics
   •  MATH 0099 - Fundamental Mathematics
   •  MATH 0101 - Bas Alg w/Geometry & Application
   •  MATH 0102 - Intermediate Algebra/Application
   •  MATH 0115A - Beginning Algebra for Statistics Plus
   •  MATH 0120A - Intermediate Algebra Plus
   •  MATH 1100 - Mathematics Core Course
   •  MATH 1170 - Applied Finite Mathematics
   •  MATH 1200 - College Algebra
   •  MATH 1200A - College Algebra Plus
   •  MATH 1250 - Trigonometry
   •  MATH 1300 - Precalculus
   •  MATH 1900 - Brief Calculus w/Applications
   •  MATH 2110 - Calculus 1
   •  MATH 2120 - Calculus 2
   •  MATH 2130 - Calculus 3
   •  MATH 2200 - Discrete Math with Graph Theory
   •  MATH 2300 - Linear Algebra
 

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