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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.
 

Psychology

   •  PSY 202 - Foundations of Psychology Seminar
   •  PSY 205 - Research Methods I
   •  PSY 305 - Research Methods II
   •  PSY 315 - Psychology of Criminal Behavior
   •  PSY 321 - Psychological Tests and Measurements
   •  PSY 322 - Physiological Psychology
   •  PSY 325 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 327 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 328 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  PSY 330 - Forensic Psychology
   •  PSY 331 - Interviewing and Counseling Skills
   •  PSY 332 - Psychology of Aging
   •  PSY 334 - Child and Adolescent Development
   •  PSY 335 - Psychology of Gender
   •  PSY 336 - Military Psychology
   •  PSY 337 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 338 - Industrial and Organizational Psychology
   •  PSY 339 - Social and Cultural Foundations of Behavior
   •  PSY 341 - Psychology of Parenting
   •  PSY 343 - Close Relationships
   •  PSY 344 - Psychology Origins: History and Systems
   •  PSY 345 - Human Memory: An Integrated Exploration
   •  PSY 347 - Human Behavior in Crisis
   •  PSY 401 - Introduction to Community Counseling and Mental Health
   •  PSY 405 - Research Methods III
   •  PSY 412 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSY 422 - Psychology of Learning
   •  PSY 423 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSY 425 - Internship in Psychology
   •  PSY 426 - Internship Seminar
   •  PSY 427 - Personality Theory
   •  PSY 428 - Counseling Principles and Practices
   •  PSY 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  PSY 431 - Childhood Disorders
   •  PSY 432 - Psychology of Motivation and Emotion
   •  PSY 433 - Sensation and Perception
   •  PSY 435 - Practicum in Psychology
   •  PSY 437 - Research Practicum
   •  PSY 441 - Evolutionary Psychology
   •  PSY 443 - Political Psychology
   •  PSY 445 - Experimental Design, Analysis and Program Evaluation
   •  PSY 499 - Senior Seminar: Current Issues in Psychology

Religion

   •  REL 010 - Christian Spiritual Vision - Prison Ministry
   •  REL 011 - Catechesis and Religious Education - Prison Ministry
   •  REL 012 - Credible and Responsible Ministry in the Prison and Detention Setting - Prison Ministry
   •  REL 013 - Social Skills in the Prison Setting - Prison Ministry
   •  REL 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  REL 110RS - The Emergence of Christianity: Examination of Foundational Christian Texts
   •  REL 123 - Christian Spiritual Vision
   •  REL 124 - Introduction to the Old Testament
   •  REL 210RS - Many are Called, but Who is Chosen? Christian Understandings of Salvation
   •  REL 223 - World Religions: East and West
   •  REL 230 - Islam: The Straight Path
   •  REL 301 - Management of Human Resources for Ministry
   •  REL 325 - The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke
   •  REL 327 - The Life and Writings of Paul
   •  REL 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  REL 330 - Christian Morality
   •  REL 331 - Religion and Personal Experience
   •  REL 333 - Survey of Christian Theology I
   •  REL 334 - Survey of Christian Theology II
   •  REL 335 - The Torah
   •  REL 336 - Historical Books
   •  REL 337 - Prophetic Writings
   •  REL 338 - Poetry and Wisdom Literature
   •  REL 341 - Theological Responses to the Shoah
   •  REL 345 - Christian Social Justice: A Roman Catholic Perspective
   •  REL 351 - Theological, Moral, and Spiritual Aspects of Marriage and Sexuality
   •  REL 357 - Women in the Church
   •  REL 364 - Studies in Jewish Thought
   •  REL 366 - Asian Studies
   •  REL 401 - The Catholic Tradition
   •  REL 410 - Theological Foundations I
   •  REL 411 - Theological Foundations II
   •  REL 423 - Christian Ethics III: Medical-Moral Issues
   •  REL 424 - Death and the Meaning of Life
   •  REL 425 - Internships in Religion
   •  REL 426 - The Gospel of John and Related Writings
   •  REL 427 - Ecclesiology
   •  REL 428 - Gospel of Luke
   •  REL 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  REL 431 - Liturgy
   •  REL 432 - Christian Spirituality
   •  REL 441 - Abraham's Tent: Christian and Jews in Dialogue
   •  REL 442 - The Second Vatican Council & Beyond
   •  REL 450 - History of Christianity
   •  REL 455 - American Catholicism: Theology, Spirituality, Culture, and History
   •  REL 460 - Cyberculture: New Challenges for Pastoral Ministry
   •  REL 467 - Introduction to Hebrew
   •  REL 468 - Catechesis (Religious Education): Theory and Practice
   •  REL 470 - Christology
   •  REL 480 - Theology and Spirituality of Ministry
   •  REL 482 - Finding God in All Things: The Apostolic and World-Embracing Spirituality of Ignatius Loyola
   •  REL 487 - Spiritual Direction
   •  REL 488 - Eco Theology: Ethical Reflections on Environmental Stewardship
   •  REL 498 - Senior Seminar
   •  REL 499 - Youth Ministry

Russian

   •  RUS 111 - Beginning Russian I
   •  RUS 112 - Beginning Russian II
 

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