Oct 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Recreation

   •  REC 432 - Wildlife and Wildfire Management in Urban Proximate Areas
   •  REC 433 - Management of Organized Camps
   •  REC 434 - Adventure Education Programming and Leadership
   •  REC 435 - Human Dimensions and Management in Experiential Education
   •  REC 437 - Equity and Access of Recreation and Leisure
   •  REC 451 - Management and Administration of Recreation Therapy Services
   •  REC 452 - Assessment and Documentation in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 453 - Comprehensive Programming and Evaluation in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 454 - Counseling Techniques in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 457 - Legislative Action in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 458 - Clinical Techniques in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 462 - Travel, Tourism, and Resort Recreation Management
   •  REC 465 - Convention and Conference Planning
   •  REC 467 - Principles of Ecotourism Development
   •  REC 468 - Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development
   •  REC 469 - Disability, Culture and Society: Issues and Intervention
   •  REC 473 - Aging and Leisure
   •  REC 480 - Philosophy of Recreation and Leisure
   •  REC 485 - Field Work
   •  REC 490 - Selected Topics in Recreation
   •  REC 498 - Internship in Leisure Services
   •  REC 499 - Independent Study
   •  REC 521 - Recreation Administration
   •  REC 527 - Legal Aspects of Leisure Services
   •  REC 528 - Principles of Nonprofit/Volunteer Management
   •  REC 532 - Wildlife and Wildfire Management in Urban Proximate Areas
   •  REC 537 - Equity and Access of Recreation and Leisure
   •  REC 551 - Management and Administration of Recreation Therapy Services
   •  REC 552 - Assessment and Documentation in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 553 - Comprehensive Programming and Evaluation in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 554 - Counseling Techniques in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 557 - Legislative Action in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 558 - Clinical Techniques in Recreation Therapy
   •  REC 567 - Principles of Ecotourism Development
   •  REC 569 - Disability, Culture and Society: Issues and Intervention
   •  REC 571 - Theory, Philosophy, and Trends of Leisure, Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
   •  REC 573 - Aging and Leisure
   •  REC 590 - Selected Topics in Recreation
   •  REC 591 - Research Proposal Writing
   •  REC 595 - Data Analysis in Recreation Administration
   •  REC 599 - Independent Study
   •  REC 692 - Directed Project
   •  REC 696 - Research Methodology
   •  REC 697 - Directed Studies
   •  REC 698 - Thesis

Religious Studies

General Education Category A must be completed prior to taking any upper-division course except upper-division language courses where students meet formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study.

   •  R/ST 100 - Introduction to Religion
   •  R/ST 101 - Religion at the Movies
   •  R/ST 111 - Religion Games: Religion in the Public Square
   •  R/ST 200 - Introduction to Early and Western Religions
   •  R/ST 201 - Introduction to Asian Religions
   •  R/ST 202 - Religion and Society
   •  R/ST 208 - Religion and Sexual Ethics
   •  R/ST 210 - Introduction to the Bible
   •  R/ST 230 - Heaven, Hell and Other Afterlives
   •  R/ST 240 - Love, Life, and the World
   •  R/ST 301 - Trending Religion: Religion in Popular Culture
   •  R/ST 302 - American Religious Diversity
   •  R/ST 303 - Queer Spirit
   •  R/ST 308 - Comparative Religious Ethics
   •  R/ST 311 - Religion and Literature of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
   •  R/ST 312 - Intertestament Literature, Palestine History, and Early Christianity (Dead Sea Scrolls)
   •  R/ST 313A - Introduction to Nahuatl Language and Ancient Mexican Codices
   •  R/ST 313B - Introduction to Nahuatl Language and Religious Literature
   •  R/ST 314 - Jewish Religion
   •  R/ST 315 - Modern Jewish Thought/Zionism
   •  R/ST 317 - Jewish Mysticism
   •  R/ST 318 - Biblical Hebrew I
   •  R/ST 319 - Biblical Hebrew II
   •  R/ST 320A - Biblical Aramaic I
   •  R/ST 320B - Biblical Aramaic II
   •  R/ST 322 - New Testament and Earliest Christian Literature
   •  R/ST 331 - Islamic Religion and Culture
   •  R/ST 337 - Sufism
   •  R/ST 341 - Buddhism
   •  R/ST 344 - Religions of Japan
   •  R/ST 350A - Elementary Sanskrit I
   •  R/ST 350B - Elementary Sanskrit II
   •  R/ST 351 - Hinduism
   •  R/ST 352 - Religions of India
   •  R/ST 353 - Religions of Southeast Asia
   •  R/ST 358 - Women and Islam in Global Perspective
   •  R/ST 362 - Religion and Psychology
   •  R/ST 375 - The Historical Jesus
   •  R/ST 376 - Christian Origins
   •  R/ST 383 - Christianity and Global Ethics
   •  R/ST 391 - Religion and Science
   •  R/ST 401 - Senior Seminar: Theories and Methods in the Study of Religion
   •  R/ST 402 - Religion in America
   •  R/ST 403 - Professional Research Praxis: How to do it
   •  R/ST 410 - Women, Religion and Spirituality
   •  R/ST 457 - Religion, Film and Literature
   •  R/ST 458 - Women, Religion, and the Developing World
   •  R/ST 460 - Jewish Christianity
   •  R/ST 467 - Religion in Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  R/ST 471 - Early Christianity and Society
   •  R/ST 472 - Formation of Modern Christianity
   •  R/ST 490 - Selected Topics in Religious Studies
   •  R/ST 499 - Directed Studies
   •  R/ST 503 - Professional Research Praxis: How to do it
   •  R/ST 550 - Islam in the Contemporary World
 

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