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2024 Spring: January 10 - May 7

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ACCT 321 Cost Accounting Data Analytics (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. A study of basic cost accounting concepts. The goal is to apply basic cost accounting concepts, use technology to prepare financial deliverables, evaluate business and financial data, and communicate financial information. Topics include  ethics,  corporate social responsibility, and the evaluation of business and financial data to make profit-maximizing decisions. Discussion also covers the role of accountants in decision making; cost behavior; cost planning and control; and costing methods, such as standard costing, budgeting, and inventory valuation. Focus is on using data analytics and creating and communicating meaningful data visualizations  for decision making. 
22976 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Scheffler, Elizabeth R Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 321 Cost Accounting Data Analytics (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. A study of basic cost accounting concepts. The goal is to apply basic cost accounting concepts, use technology to prepare financial deliverables, evaluate business and financial data, and communicate financial information. Topics include  ethics,  corporate social responsibility, and the evaluation of business and financial data to make profit-maximizing decisions. Discussion also covers the role of accountants in decision making; cost behavior; cost planning and control; and costing methods, such as standard costing, budgeting, and inventory valuation. Focus is on using data analytics and creating and communicating meaningful data visualizations  for decision making. 
23437 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sadowski, Susan T Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
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20434 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hangartner, Judy Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
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20596 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Perez, Anthony Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
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22249 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Kim, Jeff J Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
23037 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hangartner, Judy Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
23438 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Perez, Anthony Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or FINC 321. A study of data and processes related to the preparation of federal income tax for individuals and other entities. The objective is to explain the legislative process, conduct tax research, evaluate tax implications, and complete an individual tax return. Topics include the legislative process, tax policy, research, and the evaluation of transactions and decisions for planning and compliance. Emphasis is on ethics and professional responsibilities.
25255 4065 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Kim, Jeff J Bldg/Room: Susquehanna Hall 1103 Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An introduction to accounting information systems (AIS) concepts. The objective is to evaluate how AIS tools are used to record, process, and analyze financial data; determine how best to integrate AIS tools and processes in a given organization; review and recommend controls to secure AIS applications and processes; and evaluate how technology can be used in AIS applications. Topics include transactional processing concepts and core AIS transactional cycles, basic control frameworks used to secure AIS applications and processes, strategies for implementing or upgrading AIS applications, information technology and accounting standards, and e-commerce and e-business. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 326, BMGT 320, or BMGT 326.
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20435 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Diai, Letty E Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An introduction to accounting information systems (AIS) concepts. The objective is to evaluate how AIS tools are used to record, process, and analyze financial data; determine how best to integrate AIS tools and processes in a given organization; review and recommend controls to secure AIS applications and processes; and evaluate how technology can be used in AIS applications. Topics include transactional processing concepts and core AIS transactional cycles, basic control frameworks used to secure AIS applications and processes, strategies for implementing or upgrading AIS applications, information technology and accounting standards, and e-commerce and e-business. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 326, BMGT 320, or BMGT 326.
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20436 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Butler, Donald Lateze Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An introduction to accounting information systems (AIS) concepts. The objective is to evaluate how AIS tools are used to record, process, and analyze financial data; determine how best to integrate AIS tools and processes in a given organization; review and recommend controls to secure AIS applications and processes; and evaluate how technology can be used in AIS applications. Topics include transactional processing concepts and core AIS transactional cycles, basic control frameworks used to secure AIS applications and processes, strategies for implementing or upgrading AIS applications, information technology and accounting standards, and e-commerce and e-business. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 326, BMGT 320, or BMGT 326.
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22630 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Schweitzer, Brandon L. Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An introduction to accounting information systems (AIS) concepts. The objective is to evaluate how AIS tools are used to record, process, and analyze financial data; determine how best to integrate AIS tools and processes in a given organization; review and recommend controls to secure AIS applications and processes; and evaluate how technology can be used in AIS applications. Topics include transactional processing concepts and core AIS transactional cycles, basic control frameworks used to secure AIS applications and processes, strategies for implementing or upgrading AIS applications, information technology and accounting standards, and e-commerce and e-business. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 326, BMGT 320, or BMGT 326.
22900 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Diai, Letty E Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An introduction to accounting information systems (AIS) concepts. The objective is to evaluate how AIS tools are used to record, process, and analyze financial data; determine how best to integrate AIS tools and processes in a given organization; review and recommend controls to secure AIS applications and processes; and evaluate how technology can be used in AIS applications. Topics include transactional processing concepts and core AIS transactional cycles, basic control frameworks used to secure AIS applications and processes, strategies for implementing or upgrading AIS applications, information technology and accounting standards, and e-commerce and e-business. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 326, BMGT 320, or BMGT 326.
23439 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Ndekey, George Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 350 Federal Financial Management (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 220 or ACCT 301. Analysis and discussion of issues relating to federal financial management. The objective is to apply knowledge of the federal process to accounting practice, administer federal grants and contracts, and research federal laws and regulations. Topics include the CFO Act, the federal budget, federal contracts and grants, data visualization presentations, and federal financial and information systems. Discussion also covers detection and deterrence of fraud, waste, and abuse.
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20777 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Kaufman, Noah A Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 410 Accounting for Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 310. An introduction to the theory and practice of accounting as applied to governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations. The objective is to evaluate transactions, prepare and analyze financial statements, write financial briefings, prepare data visualization presentations, and apply accounting rules and procedures. Topics include the evaluation and preparation of reports required for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 410 or BMGT 410.
22965 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Bowman, Sean P Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 410 Accounting for Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 310. An introduction to the theory and practice of accounting as applied to governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations. The objective is to evaluate transactions, prepare and analyze financial statements, write financial briefings, prepare data visualization presentations, and apply accounting rules and procedures. Topics include the evaluation and preparation of reports required for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 410 or BMGT 410.
23465 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Wharton, Jacquelyn D Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 410 Accounting for Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 310. An introduction to the theory and practice of accounting as applied to governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations. The objective is to evaluate transactions, prepare and analyze financial statements, write financial briefings, prepare data visualization presentations, and apply accounting rules and procedures. Topics include the evaluation and preparation of reports required for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 410 or BMGT 410.
25233 4025 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Laanisto, Peter J Bldg/Room: Susquehanna Hall 1105 Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 411 Ethics and Professionalism in Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An examination of ethical behavior in organizations and for the accounting and auditing professions. The goal is to identify ethical dilemmas, research regulations, and apply problem-solving methodology to resolve unethical situations. Discussion covers the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and the ethical codes and requirements of other standard-setting organizations. Corporate governance, sustainability, and legal and regulatory obligations are explored within an ethical framework, including philosophical models and ethical theories, as well as within environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria.
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20708 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Teshome, Nega H Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 411 Ethics and Professionalism in Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An examination of ethical behavior in organizations and for the accounting and auditing professions. The goal is to identify ethical dilemmas, research regulations, and apply problem-solving methodology to resolve unethical situations. Discussion covers the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct and the ethical codes and requirements of other standard-setting organizations. Corporate governance, sustainability, and legal and regulatory obligations are explored within an ethical framework, including philosophical models and ethical theories, as well as within environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria.
23486 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Grandinetti, Joseph D Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 417 Federal Income Tax II (3)
(Strongly recommended for students seeking careers as CPAs.) Prerequisites: ACCT 311 and ACCT 323. A continuing study of federal income taxation as applied to different business entities, including corporations, flow-through entities, estates, and trusts. The aim is to analyze tax planning and compliance issues; conduct tax research; and analyze, evaluate, and communicate tax implications and data. Discussion covers tax research, planning, procedure, compliance, ethics, and professional responsibility. Topics also include the tax implications of various entities' financial and business decisions and transactions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 417 or BMGT 417.
23487 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hodge, James V Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 417 Federal Income Tax II (3)
(Strongly recommended for students seeking careers as CPAs.) Prerequisites: ACCT 311 and ACCT 323. A continuing study of federal income taxation as applied to different business entities, including corporations, flow-through entities, estates, and trusts. The aim is to analyze tax planning and compliance issues; conduct tax research; and analyze, evaluate, and communicate tax implications and data. Discussion covers tax research, planning, procedure, compliance, ethics, and professional responsibility. Topics also include the tax implications of various entities' financial and business decisions and transactions. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 417 or BMGT 417.
24575 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Phillips, Jeffrey H Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. Recommended: ACCT 326. A study of the auditing profession, audit process, and other assurance and non-assurance services related to the CPA profession. The objective is to design an audit plan, apply audit procedures, evaluate audit findings, and assess the impact of standards and emerging issues. Topics include generally accepted auditing standards, tests of controls and substantive tests, statistical sampling, data analytics, report forms, and opinions. Various techniques are used to study auditing concepts and practices; these may include the use of problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 422 or BMGT 422
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20437 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Anderson, Sylvia H Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. Recommended: ACCT 326. A study of the auditing profession, audit process, and other assurance and non-assurance services related to the CPA profession. The objective is to design an audit plan, apply audit procedures, evaluate audit findings, and assess the impact of standards and emerging issues. Topics include generally accepted auditing standards, tests of controls and substantive tests, statistical sampling, data analytics, report forms, and opinions. Various techniques are used to study auditing concepts and practices; these may include the use of problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 422 or BMGT 422
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22434 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sumners, Dawn W Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. Recommended: ACCT 326. A study of the auditing profession, audit process, and other assurance and non-assurance services related to the CPA profession. The objective is to design an audit plan, apply audit procedures, evaluate audit findings, and assess the impact of standards and emerging issues. Topics include generally accepted auditing standards, tests of controls and substantive tests, statistical sampling, data analytics, report forms, and opinions. Various techniques are used to study auditing concepts and practices; these may include the use of problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 422 or BMGT 422
23488 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sumners, Eric M Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. Recommended: ACCT 326. A study of the auditing profession, audit process, and other assurance and non-assurance services related to the CPA profession. The objective is to design an audit plan, apply audit procedures, evaluate audit findings, and assess the impact of standards and emerging issues. Topics include generally accepted auditing standards, tests of controls and substantive tests, statistical sampling, data analytics, report forms, and opinions. Various techniques are used to study auditing concepts and practices; these may include the use of problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 422 or BMGT 422
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26855 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sumners, Dawn W Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. A study of advanced accounting theory, applied to specialized topics and contemporary problems. The aim is to prepare, present, and explain financial statements in five sectors--consolidated, international, partnership, not-for-profit, and state and local governments-- and analyze a firm's dissolution or reorganization. Emphasis is on consolidated statements and partnership accounting. Various techniques are used to study accounting theory and practice; these may include the use of data analytics, problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 424 or BMGT 424.
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20695 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Yelle, John A Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. A study of advanced accounting theory, applied to specialized topics and contemporary problems. The aim is to prepare, present, and explain financial statements in five sectors--consolidated, international, partnership, not-for-profit, and state and local governments-- and analyze a firm's dissolution or reorganization. Emphasis is on consolidated statements and partnership accounting. Various techniques are used to study accounting theory and practice; these may include the use of data analytics, problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 424 or BMGT 424.
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21812 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Pruitt, Helen R Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. A study of advanced accounting theory, applied to specialized topics and contemporary problems. The aim is to prepare, present, and explain financial statements in five sectors--consolidated, international, partnership, not-for-profit, and state and local governments-- and analyze a firm's dissolution or reorganization. Emphasis is on consolidated statements and partnership accounting. Various techniques are used to study accounting theory and practice; these may include the use of data analytics, problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 424 or BMGT 424.
23489 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Yelle, John A Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. A study of advanced accounting theory, applied to specialized topics and contemporary problems. The aim is to prepare, present, and explain financial statements in five sectors--consolidated, international, partnership, not-for-profit, and state and local governments-- and analyze a firm's dissolution or reorganization. Emphasis is on consolidated statements and partnership accounting. Various techniques are used to study accounting theory and practice; these may include the use of data analytics, problem sets, case studies, computer applications, and other materials. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 424 or BMGT 424.
23490 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Collins, Thomas S Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 425 International Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. A study of accounting in a multinational context covering historical developments and international financial reporting standards. The objective is to recognize the influence of politics and culture on the development of accounting systems, prepare financial statements according to international financial reporting standards, and analyze the financial statements of a multinational enterprise. Strategies to manage and hedge against foreign currency exposure are developed. Topics include sustainability, foreign exchange and taxation, intercompany transfer pricing, data analytics, and emerging issues in international accounting. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 425 or ACCT 498A.
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20981 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Gallagher, Michael J Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 436 Internal Auditing (3)
(Designed to align with the standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors and help prepare for the Certified Internal Auditor examination.) Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An exploration of the consultative role in the management of risk. The aim is to identify the standards that apply to internal auditors, audit processes, and procedures and to assess internal control deficiencies. Topics include internal auditing standards, scope, responsibilities, ethics, controls, techniques, and reporting practices. Data analytics and practice involve the use of software such as Excel, Power BI, Tableau, ACL, and IDEA. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 436, ACCT 498E, or BMGT 498E.
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20789 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sumners, Eric M Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 436 Internal Auditing (3)
(Designed to align with the standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors and help prepare for the Certified Internal Auditor examination.) Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An exploration of the consultative role in the management of risk. The aim is to identify the standards that apply to internal auditors, audit processes, and procedures and to assess internal control deficiencies. Topics include internal auditing standards, scope, responsibilities, ethics, controls, techniques, and reporting practices. Data analytics and practice involve the use of software such as Excel, Power BI, Tableau, ACL, and IDEA. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 436, ACCT 498E, or BMGT 498E.
24548 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Rosales, Stephen Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 436 Internal Auditing (3)
(Designed to align with the standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors and help prepare for the Certified Internal Auditor examination.) Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An exploration of the consultative role in the management of risk. The aim is to identify the standards that apply to internal auditors, audit processes, and procedures and to assess internal control deficiencies. Topics include internal auditing standards, scope, responsibilities, ethics, controls, techniques, and reporting practices. Data analytics and practice involve the use of software such as Excel, Power BI, Tableau, ACL, and IDEA. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT 436, ACCT 498E, or BMGT 498E.
27340 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 438 Fraud and Forensic Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 311. An analysis and discussion of issues relating to fraud and forensic accounting. The objective is to identify the resources for detecting fraud, evaluate the conditions that encourage fraud, and design effective fraud detection and deterrence plans. Discussion covers the principles and standards for proactive and reactive investigation, as well as detection and control of fraud. Focus is on data analytics and creating and communicating meaningful data visualizations for stakeholders from the perspective of public, internal, and private accountants.
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20600 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Anderson, Phyllis L Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 440 Forensic and Investigative Accounting (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 320 or ACCT 438. An analysis and discussion of issues relating to forensic and investigative accounting. The goal is to research and describe the use of forensic accounting evidence, identify the role of the forensic accountant, apply investigative and forensic accounting practices, and present forensic accounting evidence as an expert witness. Forensic and investigative methods, including the use of data analytics, auditing, and technology are demonstrated. Topics include criminal and civil litigation support, rules of evidence, and accreditation of expert witnesses.
23491 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Blake, Kelvin M Syllabus Course Materials
ACCT 452 Federal Auditing (3)
Prerequisite: ACCT 221. An overview of the federal auditing life cycle. The objective is to plan, manage, and execute a federal audit; identify and evaluate the program and financial risks, and identify and recommend enhancements to operations and technology. Topics include federal audits; data visualization, communicating audit findings to stakeholders, providing advisory support, evaluating program and financial risks; managing technology, increasing economy and efficiency; and minimizing fraud, waste, and abuse. Discussions also cover the auditing of grants and contracts.
25773 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Butler, Donald Lateze Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 101 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
A survey of general patterns in the development of human culture, addressing the biological and morphological aspects of humans viewed in their cultural setting. The aim is to apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human origins and how human populations adapt to the environment. Discussion examines human evolution and adaptation, including biocultural patterns in humans and other primates. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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20792 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Smucny, Darlene A Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 101 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
A survey of general patterns in the development of human culture, addressing the biological and morphological aspects of humans viewed in their cultural setting. The aim is to apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human origins and how human populations adapt to the environment. Discussion examines human evolution and adaptation, including biocultural patterns in humans and other primates. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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21810 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Adefris, Tsirha K Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 101 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
A survey of general patterns in the development of human culture, addressing the biological and morphological aspects of humans viewed in their cultural setting. The aim is to apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human origins and how human populations adapt to the environment. Discussion examines human evolution and adaptation, including biocultural patterns in humans and other primates. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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22489 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Torpey, Melissa A Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 101 Introduction to Biological Anthropology (3)
A survey of general patterns in the development of human culture, addressing the biological and morphological aspects of humans viewed in their cultural setting. The aim is to apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human origins and how human populations adapt to the environment. Discussion examines human evolution and adaptation, including biocultural patterns in humans and other primates. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
23492 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bartusewich, Rebecca M Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
A survey of social and cultural principles inherent in ethnographic descriptions. The objective is to apply anthropological knowledge of human behavior to everyday situations and problems. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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20472 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sorensen, Kathryn A Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
A survey of social and cultural principles inherent in ethnographic descriptions. The objective is to apply anthropological knowledge of human behavior to everyday situations and problems. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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21889 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Sonia R Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
A survey of social and cultural principles inherent in ethnographic descriptions. The objective is to apply anthropological knowledge of human behavior to everyday situations and problems. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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21889 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Goddard, Jennifer L Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
A survey of social and cultural principles inherent in ethnographic descriptions. The objective is to apply anthropological knowledge of human behavior to everyday situations and problems. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
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22352 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Kajangu, Kykosa N Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
A survey of social and cultural principles inherent in ethnographic descriptions. The objective is to apply anthropological knowledge of human behavior to everyday situations and problems. Students who complete both ANTH 101 and ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 340, BEHS 340, or BEHS 341.
23493 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Sonia R Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 345 World Prehistory and Archaeology (3)
An intermediate-level exploration of world prehistory and archaeology. The goal is to analyze the cultural, technological, and subsistence patterns of prehistoric humans and relate these patterns to contemporary human societies and populations. Discussion covers archaeological theories and methods; subsistence strategies; and the applications of archaeological knowledge to modern community, regional, and global issues.
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21157 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Bartusewich, Rebecca M Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 345 World Prehistory and Archaeology (3)
An intermediate-level exploration of world prehistory and archaeology. The goal is to analyze the cultural, technological, and subsistence patterns of prehistoric humans and relate these patterns to contemporary human societies and populations. Discussion covers archaeological theories and methods; subsistence strategies; and the applications of archaeological knowledge to modern community, regional, and global issues.
23494 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sorensen, Kathryn A Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 346 Anthropology of Language and Communication (3)
An intermediate-level anthropological study of language, communication, and culture. The aim is to understand language in a cultural context, assess how the concepts, approaches, and methods of linguistic anthropology explain communication in changing cultural environments, and recognize how language both shapes and is shaped by culture. Topics include the origin of human language, linguistic diversity, structural elements of verbal and nonverbal language, language as social action, research in anthropological linguistics, language and power hierarchies, gendered communications, and linguistic diversity in the contemporary world.
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21010 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Grant, Kathryn E Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 346 Anthropology of Language and Communication (3)
An intermediate-level anthropological study of language, communication, and culture. The aim is to understand language in a cultural context, assess how the concepts, approaches, and methods of linguistic anthropology explain communication in changing cultural environments, and recognize how language both shapes and is shaped by culture. Topics include the origin of human language, linguistic diversity, structural elements of verbal and nonverbal language, language as social action, research in anthropological linguistics, language and power hierarchies, gendered communications, and linguistic diversity in the contemporary world.
25754 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Martinez, Wilton M Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 350 Health, Illness, and Healing (3)
Recommended: ANTH 102. An overview of health, illness, and healing from a cross-cultural perspective. The objective is to apply the perspectives of medical anthropology to promote individual and public health in local, national, and global contexts. Topics include cultural and social influences on health and healing, the experience and meaning of illness, and current issues in public and global health.
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20794 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: McCabe-Maucher, Aileen J Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 350 Health, Illness, and Healing (3)
Recommended: ANTH 102. An overview of health, illness, and healing from a cross-cultural perspective. The objective is to apply the perspectives of medical anthropology to promote individual and public health in local, national, and global contexts. Topics include cultural and social influences on health and healing, the experience and meaning of illness, and current issues in public and global health.
23495 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Grant, Kathryn E Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 351 Anthropology in Forensic Investigations (3)
An overview of forensic anthropology, an applied field of anthropology that seeks to recover, identify, and evaluate human skeletal remains within a medico-legal context. The aim is to explore the processes and methods used by forensic anthropologists to identify a cause and manner of death and determine an approximate postmortem interval. Topics include the forensic context, the human skeletal system, methods of identification, cause and manner of death, assessment of trauma, and analysis of evidence to draw conclusions about a case.¿¿
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22056 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Finkelstein, Marni J Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 351 Anthropology in Forensic Investigations (3)
An overview of forensic anthropology, an applied field of anthropology that seeks to recover, identify, and evaluate human skeletal remains within a medico-legal context. The aim is to explore the processes and methods used by forensic anthropologists to identify a cause and manner of death and determine an approximate postmortem interval. Topics include the forensic context, the human skeletal system, methods of identification, cause and manner of death, assessment of trauma, and analysis of evidence to draw conclusions about a case.¿¿
23496 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Richard, Adam H Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 417 Peoples and Cultures of East Asia (3)
An advanced anthropological study of the peoples and cultures of East Asia, focusing on China, Japan, and Korea. The aim is to apply anthropological theories and methods to the interpretation of contemporary East Asian cultures, relate family structure to individual choices and social interactions in East Asian cultures, and analyze how ethnic and national identities and regional differences affect regional and global interactions. Topics include urbanization, social values, social change, and the role of East Asia in the modern world.
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22057 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Sacherer, Janice Syllabus Course Materials
ANTH 417 Peoples and Cultures of East Asia (3)
An advanced anthropological study of the peoples and cultures of East Asia, focusing on China, Japan, and Korea. The aim is to apply anthropological theories and methods to the interpretation of contemporary East Asian cultures, relate family structure to individual choices and social interactions in East Asian cultures, and analyze how ethnic and national identities and regional differences affect regional and global interactions. Topics include urbanization, social values, social change, and the role of East Asia in the modern world.
23497 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Egyed, Alice M Syllabus Course Materials
ARAB 111 Elementary Arabic I (3)
For online sections, microphone, speakers, and occasional synchronous work required. (Not open to native speakers of Arabic; assumes no prior knowledge of Arabic. Students with prior experience with the Arabic language should take a placement test to assess appropriate level.) An introduction to spoken and written modern standard Arabic. The objective is to communicate in Arabic in some concrete, real-life situations, using culturally appropriate language and etiquette. Ample practice in Arabic pronunciation and the structures needed for everyday communication are provided.
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22061 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hassan, Inas M Syllabus Course Materials
ARAB 111 Elementary Arabic I (3)
For online sections, microphone, speakers, and occasional synchronous work required. (Not open to native speakers of Arabic; assumes no prior knowledge of Arabic. Students with prior experience with the Arabic language should take a placement test to assess appropriate level.) An introduction to spoken and written modern standard Arabic. The objective is to communicate in Arabic in some concrete, real-life situations, using culturally appropriate language and etiquette. Ample practice in Arabic pronunciation and the structures needed for everyday communication are provided.
23498 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hassan, Inas M Syllabus Course Materials
ARAB 112 Elementary Arabic II (3)
For online sections, microphone, speakers, and occasional synchronous work required. (Not open to native speakers of Arabic; assumes no prior knowledge of Arabic. Students with prior experience with the Arabic language should take a placement test to assess appropriate level.) Prerequisite: ARAB 111 or appropriate score on a placement test. An introduction to spoken and written modern standard Arabic. The objective is to communicate in Arabic in some concrete, real-life situations, using culturally appropriate language and etiquette. Ample practice in Arabic pronunciation and the structures needed for everyday communication are provided.
23499 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Al-Aloom, Layla B Syllabus Course Materials
ARAB 333 Middle Eastern Cultures (3)
(Conducted in English.) A project-driven and discussion-based study of Middle Eastern cultures. The aim is to demonstrate cultural competence by explaining and analyzing Middle Eastern cultures through a variety of perspectives. Topics include religion, cultural practices, history, geography, and societies of the Middle East. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARAB 333 or ARAB 334.
23500 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Salih, Abdelrahim M Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 204 Film and American Culture Studies (3)
An introductory study of the relationship between film and American culture. The objective is to improve one's ability to understand a film's message and to expand one's cultural awareness. Discussion covers the way one of our most popular media portrays American culture and influences our interpretation of cultural issues. Various films, filmmaking issues, and representative filmmakers' work are examined. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 204, AMST 204, or HUMN 204.
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20982 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lewis, Robert L Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 204 Film and American Culture Studies (3)
An introductory study of the relationship between film and American culture. The objective is to improve one's ability to understand a film's message and to expand one's cultural awareness. Discussion covers the way one of our most popular media portrays American culture and influences our interpretation of cultural issues. Various films, filmmaking issues, and representative filmmakers' work are examined. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 204, AMST 204, or HUMN 204.
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20983 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Duncan, Phillip D Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 204 Film and American Culture Studies (3)
An introductory study of the relationship between film and American culture. The objective is to improve one's ability to understand a film's message and to expand one's cultural awareness. Discussion covers the way one of our most popular media portrays American culture and influences our interpretation of cultural issues. Various films, filmmaking issues, and representative filmmakers' work are examined. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 204, AMST 204, or HUMN 204.
23502 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Duncan, Phillip D Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 204 Film and American Culture Studies (3)
An introductory study of the relationship between film and American culture. The objective is to improve one's ability to understand a film's message and to expand one's cultural awareness. Discussion covers the way one of our most popular media portrays American culture and influences our interpretation of cultural issues. Various films, filmmaking issues, and representative filmmakers' work are examined. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 204, AMST 204, or HUMN 204.
23503 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Lewis, Robert L Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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20795 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Hessler, Douglas S Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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20887 6381 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Laska, Lee D Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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20984 6382 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Roeder, Katherine E Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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20985 6383 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Rosenblatt, Ivana M Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21395 6384 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Areke, Sowbhagyalakshmi Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21396 6385 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Preizler, David J Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21434 6386 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hanff, William A Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21444 6387 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Brown, Bryan A Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21836 6388 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Stumpf, Bryan W Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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21912 6389 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Gacis, Achilles SC Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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22021 6390 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Duffy, Lisa M Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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22232 6391 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Coley, Frances M Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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22635 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Butler, Nicholas Dale Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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22636 6981 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Mann, Katrina L Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23023 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hessler, Douglas S Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23056 7381 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Rosenblatt, Ivana M Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23507 7382 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Roeder, Katherine E Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23508 7383 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Laska, Lee D Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23509 7384 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Gacis, Achilles SC Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23510 7385 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Brown, Bryan A Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
23511 7386 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Stumpf, Bryan W Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
24132 7387 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Creed, William H Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
24133 7388 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Urish, Benjamin K Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
24262 7389 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Preizler, David J Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
24321 7390 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Closed Online
Faculty: Hanff, William A Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
24412 7391 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Walker, Casey J Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
25399 7720 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 W 6:30P-9:30P Open Arundel Mills (Hybrid)
Faculty: Nosiri, Chizoma C Bldg/Room: Arundel Mills 212 Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
25677 7055 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 T 6:00P-9:00P Open Aberdeen Proving Gnd (Hybrid)
Faculty: Thompson, Donald R Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
25678 5065 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Th 6:30P-9:30P Open LaPlata (Hybrid)
Faculty: Gault, Ntare A Bldg/Room: BU 106 Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
25679 4065 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 M 6:30P-9:30P Open College Park (Hybrid)
Faculty: Areke, Sowbhagyalakshmi Bldg/Room: Hornbake Library (Undergrad) 1112 Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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27171 6392 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Creed, William H Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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27254 6393 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Urish, Benjamin K Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
(Formerly HUMN 334.) An analysis of one of the most important means of artistic expression of the 20th century. The goal is to acquire a deeper understanding of the aesthetic qualities of film by considering the stylistic elements of film as it has evolved throughout the century and weighing the special relationship between cinema and literature. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 334, HUMN 334, or HUMN 498D.
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27374 6394 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Walker, Casey J Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)
(Formerly ARTH 370.) A survey of the development of the Western tradition of visual art in its various forms that examines and compares the expression of cultural and aesthetic values in different parts of the Western world from prehistory through the Middle Ages. The objective is to apply principles of visual literacy; describe, analyze, and contextualize content and elements of art; and differentiate historic periods and styles of art. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 370 or ARTH 372.
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20724 6380 10 Jan 2024-05 Mar 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Galotola, Antoniette Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)
(Formerly ARTH 370.) A survey of the development of the Western tradition of visual art in its various forms that examines and compares the expression of cultural and aesthetic values in different parts of the Western world from prehistory through the Middle Ages. The objective is to apply principles of visual literacy; describe, analyze, and contextualize content and elements of art; and differentiate historic periods and styles of art. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 370 or ARTH 372.
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22391 6980 14 Feb 2024-09 Apr 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Rufino, Stephanie J. Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)
(Formerly ARTH 370.) A survey of the development of the Western tradition of visual art in its various forms that examines and compares the expression of cultural and aesthetic values in different parts of the Western world from prehistory through the Middle Ages. The objective is to apply principles of visual literacy; describe, analyze, and contextualize content and elements of art; and differentiate historic periods and styles of art. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 370 or ARTH 372.
23512 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Galotola, Antoniette Syllabus Course Materials
ARTH 373 History of Western Art II (3)
(Formerly ARTH 371.) A survey of the development of visual art of the Western world in its various forms that examines and compares the expression of cultural and aesthetic values in Europe and the United States from 1300 to the present day. The aim is to apply principles of visual literacy; describe, analyze, and contextualize content and elements of art; and differentiate historic periods and styles of art. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ARTH 371 or ARTH 373.
23513 7380 13 Mar 2024-07 May 2024 Open Online
Faculty: Wozniak, Wendy Ann R. Syllabus Course Materials
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