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    Saint Leo University
   
 
  Oct 18, 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.
 

Philosophy

   •  PHI 210RS - Thinking and Doing Ethics
   •  PHI 223 - Logic
   •  PHI 224 - Ethics
   •  PHI 309 - History of Philosophy I: Ancient to Medieval
   •  PHI 310 - History of Philosophy II: The Modern World
   •  PHI 311 - Political Philosophy I
   •  PHI 312 - Political Philosophy II
   •  PHI 324 - Bio Ethics
   •  PHI 328 - Business Ethics
   •  PHI 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  PHI 332 - Philosophy of Human Being
   •  PHI 335 - Philosophy of Love
   •  PHI 345 - Social Ethics: From Personal Values to Global Citizenship
   •  PHI 346 - Environmental Ethics
   •  PHI 364 - Studies in Jewish Thought
   •  PHI 366 - Asian Studies
   •  PHI 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research

Physical Education

   •  PED 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  PED 162 - Beginning Golf
   •  PED 172 - Beginning Racquetball
   •  PED 176 - Beginning Tennis
   •  PED 182 - Beginning Weight Training
   •  PED 201 - Beginning Swimming
   •  PED 220 - Motor Skill Development and Analysis
   •  PED 230 - Community Health Education and First Aid/CPR/AED
   •  PED 306 - Instructional Design and Content of Racquet Sports/ Track and Field
   •  PED 307 - Instructional Design and Content of Swimming and Golf
   •  PED 308 - Instructional Design and Content of Personal Fitness/ Weight Training
   •  PED 309 - Instructional Design and Content of Team Sports and Activities
   •  PED 311 - Lifeguard Training
   •  PED 313 - Water Safety Instruction
   •  PED 320 - Theory and Practice of Coaching
   •  PED 322 - Coaching Football
   •  PED 323 - Coaching Golf and Tennis
   •  PED 324 - Coaching Basketball
   •  PED 325 - Coaching Baseball
   •  PED 329 - Directed Study or Research
   •  PED 340 - Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
   •  PED 341 - Advanced Care and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
   •  PED 347 - First Aid and CPR Instructor
   •  PED 350 - Adaptive Physical Education and Recreation
   •  PED 429 - Advanced Directed Study or Research
   •  PED 443 - Organization and Administration of Physical Education

Physics

   •  PHY 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  PHY 221 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 221L - General Physics Laboratory
   •  PHY 222 - General Physics II
   •  PHY 222L - General Physics II Laboratory
   •  PHY 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  PHY 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research

Political Science

   •  POL 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  POL 110HA - Revolution Now! Democracy in Troubled Times
   •  POL 121 - Introduction to Politics
   •  POL 222 - Introduction to Homeland Defense
   •  POL 223 - American Federal Government
   •  POL 224 - American State and Local Government
   •  POL 225 - Far-Eastern Civilization
   •  POL 227 - Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  POL 231 - Political Inquiry
   •  POL 233 - Modern Middle-East
   •  POL 295 - International Relations
   •  POL 301 - College Preparation
   •  POL 304 - Campaigns and Elections
   •  POL 306 - Congress - American Legislative Process
   •  POL 311 - Political Philosophy I
   •  POL 312 - Political Philosophy II
   •  POL 323 - Comparative Politics
   •  POL 324 - Politics of Developing Nations
   •  POL 325 - Public Administration
   •  POL 326 - United States Constitutional Law I
   •  POL 327 - United States Constitutional Law II
   •  POL 329 - Directed Study or Research
   •  POL 330 - Military Strategy: Antiquity to NATO
   •  POL 332 - Terrorism
   •  POL 333 - Palestine and Israel
   •  POL 334 - International Political Economy
   •  POL 337 - Legacies of the British Empire
   •  POL 339 - Readings in Political Science
   •  POL 340 - British History
   •  POL 361 - Legal Issues in Counter-Terrorism
   •  POL 363 - Exploitable Weaknesses in Terrorist Organizations
   •  POL 365 - Local Response to Terrorism
   •  POL 395 - Genocide, War-Crimes and Laws of War
   •  POL 422 - Modern Europe
   •  POL 424 - International Political Economy
   •  POL 425 - Internship
   •  POL 426 - American Foreign Policy
   •  POL 427 - History of Ideas
   •  POL 428 - International Law and Organizations
   •  POL 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  POL 430 - Role of the Military in the Modern World
   •  POL 499 - Senior Seminar in Political Science

Portuguese

   •  POR 111 - Beginning Portuguese I
   •  POR 112 - Beginning Portuguese II
   •  SPA 320 - Introduction to Spanish-Speaking Cultures

Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio Course Description

   •  PLA 100 - Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio Course

Psychology

   •  PSY 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  PSY 110HA - Psychological Well Being: How to be Sane in an Insane World
   •  PSY 161 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSY 201 - The Psychology Major: Academic and Professional Issues
 

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