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    Bethune-Cookman University
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Other Courses

   •  ACL 231 - Principles of Accounting I Lab
   •  ACL 232 - Principles of Accounting II
   •  BA 181 - Business Professional Seminar
   •  BA 237 - Quantitative Tools & Methods [Sample]
   •  BA 499 - Senior Seminar [Sample]
   •  BAL 360 - Business Communication Lab
   •  BI 310 - Human Anatomy
   •  BI 311 - Human Physiology
   •  BI 337 - General Ecology
   •  BI 391 - Biomolecular Technologies
   •  BI 444 - Computational Genomics
   •  CHL 141 - General Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHS 220 - Medical Terminology
   •  CHS 230 - Sports Nutrition
   •  CHSP 200 - Community Health Care Practicum I
   •  CHSP 201 - Community Health Care Practicum II
   •  CHSP 202 - Community Health Care Practicum
   •  CHSP 203 - Community Health Care Practicum IV
   •  CIS 334 - Network Operating Systems
   •  CIS 335 - Storage Management
   •  CIS 498 - Senior Design II
   •  CJ 314 - The Color of Law: Criminal (In) Justice in American History
   •  CJ 463 - Juvenile Justice Reform
   •  CJ 464 - Juvenile Law
   •  CS 215 - Fundamentals of Scientific Computing
   •  CS 215 - Fundamentals of Scientific Computing
   •  CS 331 - Mobile Applications Development
   •  CSL 331 - Mobile Applications Development Laboratory
   •  ED 355 - Curriculum Design and Instructional Methods
   •  ED 450 - Reading Practicum
   •  EEL 333 - Networked Autonomous Robotics Laboratory
   •  EL 230 - Introduction to Electric Circuits Laboratory
   •  EL 333 - Networked Autonomous Robotics Laboratory
   •  EL 335 - Electronics I Laboratory
   •  EL 431 - VLSI Design I Laboratory
   •  EL 436 - Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
   •  ENT 300 - Junior Seminar: Entrepreneurship
   •  ES 110 - IES Freshman Seminar I
   •  ES 111 - IES Freshman Seminar II
   •  ES 130 - Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ES 215 - Environmetrics
   •  ES 233 - Environmental Ethics
   •  ES 240 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  ES 241 - Principles of Environmental Science
   •  ES 244 - Environmental and Ecological Economics
   •  ES 246 - Environmental Microbiology
   •  ES 311 - IES Junior Seminar
   •  ES 330 - Environmental Regulations
   •  ES 332 - Environmental Human Ecology
   •  ES 334 - Microclimatology
   •  ES 335 - GIS and Remote Sensing
   •  ES 338 - Research Methods
   •  ES 339 - Hydrology
   •  ES 345 - Freshwater Aquatic Systems
   •  ES 346 - Coastal Systems
   •  ES 410 - Special Problems in Integrated Environmental Science
   •  ES 430 - Environmental Policy and Risk Management
   •  ES 435 - Remote Sensing and GIS Applications in Coastal Science
   •  ES 445 - Remote Sensing for Coastal and Water Resources
   •  ES 450 - Ecosystems
   •  ES 498 - Senior Seminar I
   •  ES 499 - IES Senior Seminar II
   •  ESL 240 - Environmental Chemistry Lab
   •  ESL 241 - Principles of Environmental Lab
   •  ESL 246 - Environmental Microbiology Lab
   •  ESL 334 - Microclimatology Lab
   •  ESL 335 - GIS & Remote Sensing Lab
   •  ESL 339 - Hydrology Lab
   •  ESL 345 - Fresh Water Aquatic Systems Lab
   •  ESL 346 - Coastal Systems Lab
   •  FC 280 - Sophomore Seminar: Leadership
   •  GR 230 - Nutrition in Health and Disease
   •  GR 231 - Introduction to Gerontology
   •  GR 240 - Social and Cultural Aspects to Aging
   •  GR 310 - Cellular and Physiologic Aspects of Aging
   •  GR 310 - Cellular and Physiologic Aspects of Aging
   •  GR 335 - Minority Aging
   •  GR 340 - Organization & Management
   •  GR 350 - Seminar in Gerontology
   •  GR 380 - End of Life Issues
   •  GR 390 - Psychology of Aging
   •  GR 420 - Seminar in Gerontology II
   •  GR 490 - Gerontology Practicum
   •  GR 492 - Gerontology: Research and Planning
   •  GR 499 - Senior Seminar/Original Thesis
   •  HES 330 - Facility Management
   •  HES 370 - Program Design in Exercise
   •  HES 375 - Theory of Strength & Conditioning
   •  HES 411 - Health Assessment and Appraisal in Exercise Science
   •  HES 429 - Exercise Prescription
   •  HES 458 - Pathophysiology of Exercise Science
   •  HES 490 - HES Internship
   •  HES 499 - Senior Seminar
   •  HI 234 - African-American History Since 1865 [Sample]
   •  HI 356 - History of East Africa
   •  HU 350 - Concepts of the Heroic
   •  HUA 290 - Performance Seminar
   •  INT 137 - Intro to Homeland Security
   •  LAA 180 - Professional Seminar (Criminal Justice)
   •  LAA 280 - Professional Seminar (Criminal Justice)
 

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