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2016-2017 USC Union Bulletin
Union Campus
   
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2016-2017 USC Union Bulletin [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions

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    ACCT 222 - Introduction to Accounting

    Credits: 3

    Survey of accounting topics related to business decisions including financial reporting, managerial accounting, and other selected topics.

    Prerequisites: MATH 122 or equivalent or sophomore standing

    Note: (Not open to business majors.)

  
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    ACCT 225 - Introduction to Financial Accounting

    Credits: 3

    User-oriented approach to the study of financial accounting and reporting topics related to business decisions.

  
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    ACCT 226 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting

    Credits: 3

    User-oriented approach to the study of managerial accounting topics related to business decisions.

    Prerequisites: ACCT 225

  
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    ARTH 105 - History of Western Art I

    Credits: 3

    The visual arts from Paleolithic times to the Renaissance.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    ARTH 106 - History of Western Art II

    Credits: 3

    The visual arts from the Renaissance to the present.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

  
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    ARTH 346 - African Art

    Credits: 3

    Sculpture, painting, architecture of Sub-Saharan Africa.

  
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    BIOL 101 - Biological Principles I

    Credits: 3

    Introductory survey of macromolecules, cell structure and function, genetics, and molecular biology.

    Corequisite: BIOL 101L

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 101L - Biological Principles I Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    (Recommended concurrent with BIOL 101). Experimental examination of basic principles of cell biology, genetics and metabolism.

    Note: Three hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 102 - Biological Principles II

    Credits: 3

    Introductory survey of plant and animal development, physiology, ecology, and evolution.

    Corequisite: BIOL 102L

    Prerequisites: grade of C or better in BIOL 101 BIOL 102L

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

    Restricted to students who have credit for BIOL 102L but lack the lecture.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 102L - Biological Principles II Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Experimental examination of structure and function of plant and animal systems, biodiversity, ecology.

    Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in BIOL 101 and BIOL 101L; recommended concurrent with BIOL 102.

    Note: Three hours per week.

    BIOL 101, 102, 101L and 102L must be completed prior to enrolling in 300-level or above Biology courses

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 110 - General Biology

    Credits: 4

    Basic biological concepts and issues for non-biology majors. Credit may not be given for both this course and BIOL 120.

    Note: Three lecture, two laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 110A - General Biology (Audio-Tutorial)

    Credits: 1

    Addendum to BIOL 110

  
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    BIOL 120 - Human Biology

    Credits: 3

    Fundamental principles of human biology. Credit may not be given for both BIOL 110 and BIOL 120.

    Note: Three lecture hours per week. Not for major credit.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 120L - Laboratory in Human Biology

    Credits: 1

    Exercises dealing with basic concepts of human biology. Not for major credit.

    Corequisite: BIOL 120

    Prerequisites: BIOL 120

    Note: Carolina Core SCI

  
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    BIOL 232 - Anatomy

    Credits: 3

    Functional anatomy of the human body and its relation to disease processes. Not for biology major credit.

  
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    BIOL 232L - Anatomy Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    The principles of anatomy as demonstrated by microscopic studies and animal dissection.

    Corequisite: BIOL 232

    Note: Three hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 242 - Human Physiology

    Credits: 4

    Functional biology of organ systems in the maintenance of the whole organism; homeostatic relationships. Not available for biology major credit.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 232 or permission of instructor

    Note: Three lecture and three laboratory hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 250 - Microbiology

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to bacteria and viruses, emphasizing structure, metabolism, and pathogenesis. Discussion of infectious diseases, antigen-antibody relationships, and anti-microbial agents in chemotherapy. Not available for biology major credit

    Corequisite: BIOL 250L

    Prerequisites: college-level biology and chemistry

    Note: Three lecture hours per week.

  
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    BIOL 250L - Microbiology Laboratory

    Credits: 1

    Not available for biology major credit.

    Corequisite: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 250

    Prerequisites: Prereq or coreq: BIOL 250

    Note: Three hours per week.

  
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    CHEM 101 - Fundamental Chemistry I

    Credits: 4

    A science elective surveying inorganic and solution chemistry. First of a terminal two-semester sequence.

    Note: Three lecture, one recitation, and two laboratory hours per week.
    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    CHEM 102 - Fundamental Chemistry II

    Credits: 4

    An introductory survey of organic and biochemistry.

    Prerequisites: 1 year high-school chemistry, CHEM 101, 111, or equivalent

    Note: Three lecture, one recitation, and two laboratory hours per week.

    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    CHEM 111 - General Chemistry I

    Credits: 3

    Survey of the principles that underlie all chemistry with applications illustrating these principles.

    Corequisite:

    CHEM 111L (unless grade of C or higher in CHEM 111L earned previously)

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math (or by placement score into MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math)

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

    Carolina Core SCI

  
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    CHEM 112 - General Chemistry II

    Credits: 3

    Continuation of CHEM 111. Special emphasis on chemical equilibrium.

    Corequisite:

    MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher MATH and CHEM 112L

    Prerequisites:

    Grade of C or higher in CHEM 111 or CHEM 141; and a grade of C or higher in MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 122, MATH 141 or higher math

    Note: Three lecture and one recitation hours per week.

  
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    CRJU 101 - The American Criminal Justice System

    Credits: 3

    Survey of crime and societal responses to crime, including law enforcement, courts, corrections, and the juvenile justice system.

    Note: Carolina Core GSS

  
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    CRJU 311 - Policing

    Credits: 3

    Current and historical perspectives on American policing.

  
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    CRJU 312 - Corrections

    Credits: 3

    Current and historical perspectives on incarceration and its alternatives.

  
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    CRJU 313 - Criminal Courts

    Credits: 3

    Structure and organization of the federal and state criminal court systems and personnel.

  
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    CRJU 314 - Criminal Law

    Credits: 3

    Origin and development of criminal law in America. Basic elements of crimes and defenses.

  
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    CSCE 101 - Introduction to Computer Concepts

    Credits: 3

    History, application, and social impact of computers; problem-solving, algorithm development, applications software, and programming in a procedural language.

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

    Open to all majors.

  
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    CSCE 102 - General Applications Programming

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to systematic computer problem-solving and programming for a variety of applications.

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

    Open to all majors.

  
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    ECON 221 - Principles of Microeconomics

    Credits: 3

    The study of supply and demand, pricing and cost concepts, firm and consumer decision-making, market structure, and government policies.

  
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    ECON 222 - Principles of Macroeconomics

    Credits: 3

    The study of gross domestic product, business cycles, economic growth, inflation, unemployment, and monetary and fiscal policy.

  
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    ENGL 101 - Critical Reading and Composition

    Credits: 3

    Instruction in strategies for critically reading and analyzing literature and non-literary texts; structured, sustained practice in composing expository and analytical essays.

    Note: Carolina Core CMW

  
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    ENGL 102 - Rhetoric and Composition

    Credits: 3

    Instruction and intensive practice in researching, analyzing, and composing written arguments about academic and public issues.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 with a grade of “C” or better, or equivalent credit

    Note: Overlay Course
    Carolina Core: CMW
    Carolina Core: INF (Note: INF credit only if taken at USC Columbia
    or regional campus Spring 2013 or later.)

  
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    ENGL 282 - Special Topics in Fiction

    Credits: 3

    Special topics in fiction from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre. Maybe repeated for credit. Content varies by title and semester.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 284 - Drama

    Credits: 3

    Drama from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 285 - Special Topics in American Literature

    Credits: 3

    Special topics in American literature exemplifying persistent themes of American culture. May be repeated for credit. Content varies by title and semester.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 286 - Poetry

    Credits: 3

    Poetry from several countries and historical periods, illustrating the nature of the genre.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 287 - American Literature

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to American literary history, emphasizing the analysis of literary texts, the development of literary traditions over time, the emergence of new genres and forms, and the writing of successful essays about literature. Designed for English majors.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 288 - English Literature

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to English literary history, emphasizing the analysis of literary texts, the development of literary traditions over time, the emergence of new genres and forms, and the writing of successful essays about literature. Designed for English majors.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102 or equivalent

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    ENGL 360 - Creative Writing

    Credits: 3

    Workshop course on writing original fiction, poetry, drama, and creative nonfiction.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 399 - Independent Study

    Credits: 3-9

    Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department chair is required for undergraduate students.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    ENGL 422 - American Literature 1860-1910

    Credits: 3

    Poetry and prose from the Civil War to the early modern era.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 423 - Modern American Literature

    Credits: 3

    Poetry and prose of the 20th century.

    Prerequisites: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 424 - American Drama

    Credits: 3

    Representative plays from the 18th century to the present.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 425A - The American Novel to 1914

    Credits: 3

    Representative novels from the 18th century to World War I.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 425B - The American Novel Since 1914

    Credits: 3

    Representative novels from 1914 to the present.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 427 - Southern Literature

    Credits: 3

    Representative works of Southern writers.

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 428A - African-American Literature I: to 1903

    Credits: 3

    Representative of African-American writers to 1903.

    Cross-listed Course: AFAM 428A

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    ENGL 437 - Women Writers

    Credits: 3

    Representative works written by women.

    Cross-listed Course: WGST 437

    Note: All Literature Courses 300 and above require ENGL 101, 102, and one course between ENGL 270-292.

    Carolina Core Integrative Course, English, BA

  
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    FAMS 180 - Film Culture

    Credits: 3

    How the film industry developed and the impact the movies have had on global popular culture. Does not count toward the film studies major.

    Note: Carolina Core AIU

  
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    GEOL 101 - Introduction to the Earth

    Credits: 4

    Origin and nature of the earth with emphasis on internal processes and phenomena such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and mountain building; surface processes, including landform evolution.

    Note: Three lectures and three laboratory hours each week.

    Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    HIST 101 - European Civilization from Ancient Times to the Mid-17th Century

    Credits: 3

    The rise and development of European civilization from its Mediterranean origins through the Renaissance and Reformation.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 102 - European Civilization from the Mid-17th Century

    Credits: 3

    European development and expansion from the mid-17th century to the present.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 111 - United States History to 1865

    Credits: 3

    A general survey of the United States from the era of discovery to 1865, emphasizing major political, economic, social, and intellectual developments.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 112 - United States History since 1865

    Credits: 3

    A general survey of the United States from 1865 to the present, emphasizing major political, economic, social, and intellectual developments. Honors sections are available for students in the honors program.

    Note: Carolina Core GHS

  
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    HIST 311 - The Age of Absolutism, 1648-1789

    Credits: 3

    A survey of European political, economic, and intellectual development from the age of Louis XIV to the eve of the French Revolution.

  
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    HIST 317 - Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II

    Credits: 3

    The Great War, revolution, and reconstruction; the rise of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes and the coming of World War II.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 318 - Europe from World War II to the Present

    Credits: 3

    The Second World War and its origins; the Cold War; European recovery; a divided continent and Europe in the Global Era.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 321 - The History of Great Britain

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, social, economic, and cultural development of the British Isles from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. First semester: to the Restoration of 1660; second semester: since 1660.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

  
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    HIST 401 - The Development of the American People to 1789

    Credits: 3

    The founding of the English colonies, their developing maturity, the events leading to the Revolution, and the creation of a new nation.

  
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    HIST 402 - The New Nation, 1789-1828

    Credits: 3

    The new republic and the developing democratic spirit in politics and culture.

  
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    HIST 403 - The Sections and the Nation, 1828-1860

    Credits: 3

    The three cultures of East, South, and West; their interactions and the events leading to the Civil War.

  
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    HIST 404 - Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877

    Credits: 3

    The political, military, and social history of the War and the reorganization which followed.

  
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    HIST 405 - The Rise of Industrial America, 1877-1917

    Credits: 3

    A survey of recent United States history with emphasis on the economic, social, and literary developments from 1877 to 1917.

  
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    HIST 406 - The United States and a World at War, 1917-1945

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural developments of the period.

  
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    HIST 407 - United States History Since 1945

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural developments in the period after World War II.

  
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    HIST 410 - History of South Carolina Since 1865

    Credits: 3

    A survey of recent South Carolina history with emphasis on social and institutional development.

  
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    HIST 442 - The Old South

    Credits: 3

    Development of Southern society and of the forces that made the South a distinctive section of the United States.

  
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    HIST 443 - The New South

    Credits: 3

    Reconstruction, the Bourbon era, agrarian revolt, industrial revolution, racial problems, and the changes resulting from the impact of two world wars and the New Deal (1865-1946).

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    HIST 462 - Southern Intellectual and Cultural History

    Credits: 3

    Intellectual and cultural developments characteristic of the Southern region from colonial times to the recent past.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    HIST 469 - Constitutional History of the United States I

    Credits: 3

    A study of the constitutional development of the United States from the creation of the Articles of Confederation to the Civil War. It deals primarily with problems of governmental organization, judicial interpretation, and sectional politics.

  
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    HIST 470 - Constitutional History of the United States II

    Credits: 3

    An analysis of the growth of constitutional power from 1860 to the present, giving special attention to the constitutional problems of the Civil War period, the increasing role of the judiciary in national affairs, and the general extension of constitutional authority in the 20th century.

  
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    HPEB 321 - Personal and Community Health

    Credits: 3

    Psychosocial health, stress management, leading infectious and noninfectious diseases, nutrition, physical fitness, sexuality, consumer health and health care access, environmental health, aging, and death.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy

  
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    IDST 390 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Inquiry

    Credits: 3

    A study of the history, philosophy, and theory of and modes of inquiry in interdisciplinary studies.

  
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    IDST 497 - Senior Seminar

    Credits: 3

    Integration of prior academic work.

    Prerequisites: senior status in B.A.I.S. program in the College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Interdisciplinary Studies (BAIS), BA

    Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    MATH 111 - Basic College Mathematics

    Credits: 3

    Basic college algebra; linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, functions and graphs of functions, exponential and logarithm functions, systems of equations. Credit may not be received for both MATH 111 and 115.

    Prerequisites: placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 111 I - Intensive Basic College Mathematics

    Credits: 4

    An intensive treatment of the topics covered in MATH 111.

    Prerequisites: placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 112 - Trigonometry

    Credits: 2

    Topics in trigonometry specifically needed for MATH 141, 142, 241. Circular functions, analytic trigonometry, applications of trigonometry. Credit may not be received for both MATH 112 and 115.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I, or placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 115 - Precalculus Mathematics

    Credits: 4

    Topics in algebra and trigonometry specifically needed for MATH 141, 142, 241. Subsets of the real line, absolute value; polynomial, rational, inverse, logarithmic, exponential functions; circular functions; analytic trigonometry. Credit may not be received for both MATH 111 and 115 or both MATH 112 and 115.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I, or by Precalculus Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 122 - Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences

    Credits: 3

    Derivatives and integrals of elementary algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Maxima, minima, rate of change, motion, work, area under a curve, and volume.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111/111I, or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 141 - Calculus I

    Credits: 4

    Functions, limits, derivatives, introduction to integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, applications of derivatives and integrals.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 112, 115, 116, or by Precalculus Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Four classroom hours and one laboratory hour per week.

    Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 142 - Calculus II

    Credits: 4

    Methods of integration, sequences and series, approximations.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 141

    Note: Four classroom hours and one laboratory hour per week.

    Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 170 - Finite Mathematics

    Credits: 3

    Elementary matrix theory; systems of linear equations; permutations and combinations; probability and Markov chains; linear programming and game theory.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I or 112, or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 174 - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science

    Credits: 3

    Logic, number theory, sequences, series, recursion, mathematical induction, set theory, enumeration, functions, relations, graphs and trees. Connections to computers and to programming are emphasized when possible.

    Prerequisites: C or better in any 100-level MATH course or placement through either version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 221 - Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics I

    Credits: 3

    The meaning of number, fundamental operations of arithmetic, the structure of the real number system and its subsystems, elementary number theory. Open only to students in elementary or early childhood teacher certification.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111/111I, or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 222 - Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics II

    Credits: 3

    Informal geometry and basic concepts of algebra. Open only to students in elementary or early childhood teacher certification.

    Prerequisites: grade of C or better in MATH 221, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 241 - Vector Calculus

    Credits: 3

    Vector algebra, geometry of three-dimensional space; lines, planes, and curves in space; polar, cylindrical, and spherical coordinate systems; partial differentiation, max-min theory; multiple and iterated integration, line integrals, and Green’s theorem in the plane.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 142, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 242 - Elementary Differential Equations

    Credits: 3

    Ordinary differential equations of first order, higher order linear equations, Laplace transform methods, series methods; numerical solution of differential equations. Applications to physical sciences and engineering.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 142, or consent of the department

  
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    MGMT 371 - Principles of Management

    Credits: 3

    A comprehensive survey of the basic principles of management applicable to all forms of business. The course provides the student with a basis for thinking about complex business situations in the framework of analysis of the management process.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGMT 374 - Management of Human Resources

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the major approaches used in managing human resources. Covers selection, compensation, legal compliance, discipline, organizational restructuring, TQM, motivation, labor relations, and performance management.

    Prerequisites: MGMT 371

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGMT 376 - Organization Behavior

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to human behavior in organizations. Emphasis on factors that contribute to the effectiveness of individuals and groups in organizations.

    Prerequisites: MGMT 371

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGSC 290 - Computer Information Systems in Business

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to the effective use of information systems tools in day-to-day business communications, analysis, and decision making.

  
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    MGSC 291 - Statistics for Business and Economics

    Credits: 3

    Descriptive statistics, topics in probability, statistical inference and modeling. Emphasis on the collection, summarization, analysis, and reporting of numerical findings relevant to business decisions and economic analysis.

  
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    MSCI 210 - Oceans and Society

    Credits: 3

    A nontechnical introduction to human interactions with the marine environment: marine organisms, marine systems, and the physical and chemical characteristics of oceans and estuaries. Not available for marine science major credit.

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MUSC 110 - Introduction to Music

    Credits: 3

    Perceptive listening and appreciation of musical elements, forms and style periods, including composers’ lives, individual styles and representative works. Emphasis on classical music; jazz and American popular music included.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Subdiscipline: Music (History and Literature)

  
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    MUSC 129 - University Chorus

    Credits: 1

    Subdiscipline: (Music) Musical Organizations

  
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    PEDU 111 - Badminton

    Credits: 1

    Basic strokes and introduction to the history, rules, and strategy of the game.

  
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    PEDU 112 - Basketball

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills of game performance. Strategy, rules, and basic offenses and defenses.

  
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    PEDU 113 - Bowling

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills and techniques of bowling

 

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