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    Saint Leo University
   
 
  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses of Instruction


In the following section, courses offered by the various academic departments of the University are listed alphabetically by subject. Immediately following each course title is the number of credits granted for successful completion of the course. Courses listed represent the normal offerings. Unless otherwise noted, the schedule of courses in this catalog refers to the course offerings at University College. Departments are also authorized to offer special courses on an ad hoc basis. These are given in a “Special Topics” designation in the course listings. Not all courses are offered every semester and at all locations.

Undergraduate Course Levels

100–199: Introductory courses or course sequences often without prerequisites.
200–299: Introductory courses or course sequences with or without prerequisites, ordinarily taken by students with 21 or more completed hours.
300–399: Intermediate courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 45 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor/or academic Dean.


400–499: Advanced courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites ordinarily taken by students during their final year. Courses may include independent work, directed projects, internships, senior seminar or capstone course, and honors projects. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 75 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor and/or academic Dean.
 

Economics

   •  ECO 422 - Econometrics
   •  ECO 424 - International Political Economy
   •  ECO 425 - Economics Internship
   •  ECO 427 - Economic History of the United States
   •  ECO 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  ECO 498 - Senior Seminar in Economics

Education

   •  EDU 222 - Teaching Diverse Populations
   •  EDU 226 - Human Growth and Development
   •  EDU 228 - Educational Technology
   •  EDU 300-400 - Special Topics
   •  EDU 304 - Human Exceptionalities in the Classroom
   •  EDU 320/321 - Practicum I and Seminar: Reflection
   •  EDU 328 - The Adolescent Learner
   •  EDU 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  EDU 330 - Mathematics in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 332 - Language Arts in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 333 - Adolescent Literacy
   •  EDU 334 - Reading Foundations in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 335 - Reading Diagnosis and Remediation in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 336 - Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas
   •  EDU 337 - Children's Literature
   •  EDU 338 - Science in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 339 - Social Studies in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 340 - Comprehensive ESOL Strategies
   •  EDU 341 - ESOL Foundations Cross-Cultural Communication & Applied Linguistics
   •  EDU 342 - ESOL Applications
   •  EDU 343 - Reading Across the Curriculum
   •  EDU 344 - Practicum I in Middle/Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 345 - Seminar: Becoming a Professional
   •  EDU 350 - Middle and Secondary School Curriculum and Philosophy
   •  EDU 360/361 - Practicum II and Seminar: Planning
   •  EDU 425 - Educational Management and Organization
   •  EDU 427 - Educational Assessment
   •  EDU 428 - Education Governance, History, and Philosophy
   •  EDU 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  EDU 436 - Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum
   •  EDU 450/455 - Practicum II Middle/Secondary School Practicum and Seminar
   •  EDU 451 - English/Language Arts Methods in the Middle and Secondary School
   •  EDU 452 - Mathematics Methods in the Middle and Secondary School
   •  EDU 453 - Science Methods in the Middle and Secondary School
   •  EDU 454 - Social Studies Methods in the Middle and Secondary School
   •  EDU 458 - Assessing and Differentiating Reading Instruction
   •  EDU 460/461 - Practicum III and Seminar: Integration
   •  EDU 470/471 - Practicum III Middle/Secondary Schools Practicum and Seminar
   •  EDU 480 - Internship
   •  EDU 481 - Seminar: Final Internship–Synthesis

Engineering

   •  EGN 220 - Computer Aided Design and Graphics
   •  EGN 320 - Circuit Theory and Analysis
   •  EGN 323 - Thermodynamics
   •  EGN 325 - Instrumentation
   •  EGN 330 - Mechanics of Materials
   •  EGN 340 - New Product Development
   •  EGN 350 - Engineering Mechanics

English

   •  ENG 002 - Basic Composition Skills
   •  ENG 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 112 - Academic Learning Lab II
   •  ENG 114 - Composition and Grammar for Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ENG 115 - College Reading I
   •  ENG 117 - College Reading II
   •  ENG 118 - Composition for Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ENG 119 - Composition for Advanced Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ENG 120 - Listening, Lecture Note-Taking and Speaking
   •  ENG 121 - Academic Writing I
   •  ENG 122 - Academic Writing II
   •  ENG 202 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 205 - Introduction to Professional Writing
   •  ENG 210CL - Love and Desire in Literature
   •  ENG 215CL - Monsters and the Monstrous in Literature
   •  ENG 220 - Introduction to Literary Study and Research
   •  ENG 220CL - On the Proverbial Road: Journeys of Transformation in Narrative
   •  ENG 225 - Survey of World Literature I
   •  ENG 225CL - Writing Wild: Exploring the Four Genres
   •  ENG 226 - Survey of World Literature II
   •  ENG 227 - Basic Journalistic Writing
   •  ENG 311 - Survey of Major Writers of the 20th Century
   •  ENG 312 - Foundations of British Literature I
   •  ENG 313 - Foundations of British Literature II
   •  ENG 316 - Southern Literature
   •  ENG 318 - English Pre-Internship
   •  ENG 320 - Foundations of American Literature
   •  ENG 321 - The English Novel
   •  ENG 323 - History and Structure of the English Language
   •  ENG 324 - Writing About Audiovisual Media
   •  ENG 326 - Playwriting
   •  ENG 327 - Mythology
   •  ENG 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  ENG 330 - Foundations of American Literature II
   •  ENG 332 - Creative Non-fiction
   •  ENG 334 - Writing the Short Story
   •  ENG 335 - Verse Writing
   •  ENG 336 - Modern Drama
   •  ENG 340 - Topics in Selected Literary Studies
   •  ENG 399 - Junior Oral Examination
   •  ENG 410 - Reading the Planet-Comparative Global Literatures in Translation
   •  ENG 413 - Studies in Early British Literature
   •  ENG 415 - Contemporary Literature's Winners, Losers and Also Rans
   •  ENG 416 - Women and Literature
   •  ENG 420 - Studies in American Literature
   •  ENG 422 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 428 - English Internship
 

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