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1 Listing for Fall 2017 Title ACCT 2200 M01 Financial Accounting ACCT 2220 M01 Accounting for Decision Making AR 1010 M01 Communicating in Arabic I AR 1010 M36 Communicating in Arabic I Lab ART 2000 M01 Drawing I SPEN ART 2100 M01 Design ART 2200 M01 Painting I SPEN ART 2200 M02 Painting I ART 3000 M01 Drawing II SPEN ART 3200 M01 Painting II SPEN ARTH 1010 M01 History of Western Art ARTH 2070 M01 Art and the Body ARTH 2190 M01 Art and History of Madrid ARTH 2930 M01 ARTH 2930 Special Topics - Modern Spanish Art: from Goya to Dalí ARTH 3630 M01 Golden Age of Spanish Art ARTH 4910 M01 Art History Internship BIOL 1240 M01 Principles of Biology I BIOL 1245 M36 Principles of Biology I Laboratory BIOL 1245 M37 Principles of Biology I Laboratory BIOL 3020 M01 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology BIZ 1000 M01 Business Foundations BIZ 1000 M02 Business Foundations BIZ 4000 M01 Business Capstone BLS 2100 M01 Microbiology CHEM 1110 M01 General Chemistry CHEM 1115 M36 General Chemistry 1 Laboratory CHEM 1115 M37 General Chemistry 1 Laboratory CHEM 1115 M38 General Chemistry 1 Laboratory CHEM 2410 M01 Organic Chemistry CHEM 2415 M36 Organic Chemistry 1 Laboratory CMM 1000 M01 Human Communication and Culture CMM 1000 M02 Human Communication and Culture CMM 1200 M01 Public Speaking 1

2 Listing for Fall 2017 Title CMM 1200 M02 Public Speaking CMM 1400 M01 Film Criticism CMM 2000 M01 Communication Theory CMM 2100 M01 Journalism: News Writing CMM 2400 M01 Media and Society CMM 2500 M36 Media Lab CMM 2550 M01 Photographic Img & Digital Mnp CMM 3060 M01 Political Communication CMM 3300 M01 Intercultural Communication CMM 4010 M01 Language and Linguistics CMM 4100 M01 Multiplatform Journalism CMM 4910 M01 Communication Internship CMM 4950 M01 Senior Residency CSCI 1060 M01 Introduction to Computer Science: Scientific Programming CSCI 2100 M01 Data Structures CSCI 3710 M01 Databases DANC 2650 M01 Spanish Dance: Flamenco SPAN DANC 2660 M01 Latin Rhythms and Dance SPEN DANC 2660 M02 Latin Rhythms and Dance 2 2 SPEN DANC 2670 M01 The New Flamenco Experience 2 2 SPAN DANC 2680 M01 Advanced Latin Rhythms & Dance 2 2 SPEN DANC 3680 M01 Advanced Spanish Dance: Flamenco II 2 2 SPAN EAS 1030 M01 Earth's Dynamic Environment II EAS 1050 M01 Introduction to Oceanography TRIP EAS 1050 M02 Introduction to Oceanography TRIP EAS 1050 M03 Introduction to Oceanography TRIP EAS 1080 M01 Introduction to Environmental Science EAS 1310 M01 Water-Our Precious Resource TRIP ECE 1001 M01 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 2101 M01 Electrical Circuits I ECON 1900 M01 Principles of Economics ECON 1930 M01 ST: Introduction to Microeconomics ECON 3010 M01 Introduction to Econometrics 2

3 Listing for Fall 2017 Title ECON 3120 M01 Intermediate Macroeconomics, European Emphasis ECON 3140 M01 Intermediate Microeconomics ECON 3850 M01 Political Economy European Union ECON 4160 M01 History of Economic Analysis ECON 4200 M01 Money and Banking ECON 4300 M01 International Trade ENGL 1500 M01 The Process of Composition ENGL 1500 M02 The Process of Composition ENGL 1500 M03 The Process of Composition ENGL 1900 M01 Advanced Strategies Of Rhetoric and Research ENGL 1900 M02 Advanced Strategies Of Rhetoric and Research ENGL 1900 M03 Advanced Strategies Of Rhetoric and Research ENGL 1920 M01 Advanced Writing for Professionals ENGL 1920 M02 Advanced Writing for Professionals ENGL 1920 M03 Advanced Writing for Professionals ENGL 2250 M01 Conflict, Social Justice and Literature SLC ENGL 2350 M01 Faith, Doubt and Literature ENGL 2650 M01 Technology, Media & Literature ENGL 3060 M01 Creative Writing ENGL 3400 M01 War in Literature ENGL 3760 M01 Topics in Rhetorical Analysis ENGL 4110 M01 Introduction to Linguistics ENGL 4310 M01 Early Shakespeare TRIP ENGL 5950 M01 Special Study for Exams ENGL 5990 M01 Thesis Research ESCI 1010 M01 Freshman Engineering I ESCI 2100 M01 Statics ESL 1010 M01 Advanced-Intermediate Integrated Skills ESL 1020 M01 Advanced-Intermediate Written Expression ESL 1050 M01 Presenting in Public ESL 1110 M01 Advanced Integrated Skills ESL 1120 M01 Advanced Written Expression ESL 1150 M01 English through Culture & History 3

4 Listing for Fall 2017 Title ESL 1200 M01 Intensive English for International Students: High- Advanced ESL 1930 M01 ST: Grammar I FIN 3010 M01 Principles of Finance FIN 3010 M02 Principles of Finance FIN 4250 M01 International Financial Management FREN 1010 M01 Communicating in French I FREN 1010 M36 Communicating in French I Lab FREN 4110 M01 Language and Linguistics GK 1010 M01 Reading Greek I GK 1020 M01 Reading Greek II GR 1010 M01 Communicating in German I GR 1010 M36 Communicating in German I Lab HCE 3100 M01 Public Health & Social Justice HIST 1110 M01 Origins of the Modern World to HIST 1110 M02 Origins of the Modern World to 1500 SPAN HIST 1110 M03 Origins of the Modern World to HIST 1120 M01 Origins of the Modern World, 1500 to Present HIST 1120 M02 Origins of the Modern World, 1500 to Present HIST 1120 M03 Origins of the Modern World, 1500 to Present HIST 3090 M01 The Age of Renaissance HIST 3170 M01 Colonial Latin America HIST 3330 M01 Modern History Spain: 1808-Pres HIST 3930 M01 ST: The Making of the Spanish Nation: Identity, Myth & History HR 4810 M01 Honors Teaching Assistantship IB 2000 M01 Introduction to International Business IB 2000 M02 Introduction to International Business IB 3200 M01 Geopolitics of Multinational Firms IB 4910 M01 International Business Internship INTN 4910 M01 International Internship IPE 1100 M01 Introduction to Inter-professional Health Care IPE 3500 M01 Health Care Systems and Health Promotion ISTD 4910 M01 Internship in International Studies 4 0 4

5 Listing for Fall 2017 Title ITM 2000 M01 Introduction to Information Technology Management ITM 2000 M02 Introduction to Information Technology Management ITM 2000 M36 Introduction to Information Technology Management Lab ITM 2000 M37 Introduction to Information Technology Management Lab LATN 1010 M01 Reading Latin I LATN 1020 M01 Reading Latin II MATH 0260 M01 Intermediate Algebra MATH 1200 M01 College Algebra MATH 1200 M02 College Algebra MATH 1200 M03 College Algebra MATH 1200 M36 College Algebra Lab MATH 1250 M01 Math Thinking in Real World MATH 1320 M01 Survey of Calculus MATH 1320 M02 Survey of Calculus MATH 1400 M01 Pre-Calculus MATH 1510 M01 Calculus I MATH 1520 M01 Calculus II MATH 2530 M01 Calculus III MGT 2000 M01 Legal Environment Business MGT 2000 M02 Legal Environment Business MGT 3000 M01 Management Theory & Practice MGT 4000 M01 Strategic Management and Policy MKT 3000 M01 Introduction to Marketing Management MKT 3000 M02 Introduction to Marketing Management MKT 4550 M01 International Marketing MUSC 1000 M01 Approaching the Arts: Music MUSC 1000 M02 Approaching the Arts: Music MUSC 1100 M01 Music Fundamentals MUSC 1100 M02 Music Fundamentals MUSC 2010 M01 Applied Music: Voice MUSC 2020 M01 Applied Music: Piano MUSC 2030 M01 Applied Music: Guitar 2 1 5

6 Listing for Fall 2017 Title MUSC 2930 M01 ST: Chamber Music (Winds and Strings) MUSC 3420 M01 University Chorale NURS 1430 M01 Human Growth and Development through the Lifespan NURS 2500 M01 Clinical Concepts in Nursing Practice NURS 2510 M01 Health Promotion Across the Lifespan NURS 2700 M01 Evidence Based Nursing NURS 3200 M01 Health Assessment NURS 3200 M36 Health Assessment Lab NURS 3200 M37 Health Assessment Lab NURS 3200 M38 Health Assessment Lab NURS 3200 M39 Health Assessment Lab NURS 3930 M01 ST: Community and Population Health Nursing NURS 3930 M02 ST: Maternity Nursing & Womens Health NURS 3930 M36 ST: Maternity Nursing & Womens Health Lab OPM 2070 M01 Introduction to Business Statistics OPM 3050 M01 Introduction to Management Science and Operations Management PG 1020 M01 Communicating in Portuguese II PG 1020 M36 Communicating in Portuguese II Lab PHIL 1050 M01 Introduction to Philosophy: Self & Reality PHIL 1050 M02 Introduction to Philosophy: Self & Reality SPAN PHIL 1050 M03 Introduction to Philosophy: Self & Reality PHIL 1050 M04 Introduction to Philosophy: Self & Reality PHIL 1050 M05 Introduction to Philosophy: Self & Reality PHIL 2050 M01 Ethics PHIL 2050 M02 Ethics PHIL 2050 M03 Ethics PHIL 3380 M01 Business Ethics PHIL 4310 M01 Topics in Ethics PHIL 4750 M01 Latin American Philosophy PHIL 4850 M01 Topics in Philosophical Anthropology PHYS 1130 M01 Introduction to Astronomy PHYS 1310 M01 Physics I PHYS 1320 M36 Physics I Laboratory 1 1 6

7 Listing for Fall 2017 Title PHYS 1630 M01 Engineering Physics II PHYS 1640 M36 Engineering Physics II Laboratory POLS 1000 M01 Introduction to Politics POLS 1500 M01 Introduction to Comparative Politics POLS 2560 M01 The Politics of Asia POLS 2691 M01 Theory and Practice of Human Rights POLS 2930 M01 ST: Global Politics POLS 2930 MH1 ST: Honors Global Politics POLS 3567 M01 Political Development in Contemporary Spain POLS 3630 M01 International Security and Conflict Resolution POLS 3750 M01 The Modern Democratic State POLS 3918 M01 Overseas Fieldwork POLS 4590 M01 Crisis of Leadership POLS 4930 M01 ST: International Contemporary Challenges PPY 2540 M01 Human Physiology PSY 1010 M01 General Psychology PSY 1010 M02 General Psychology SPAN PSY 1010 M03 General Psychology PSY 3120 M01 Cognitive Psychology PSY 3130 M01 Physiological Psychology PSY 3310 M01 Personality Theory PSY 4140 M01 Psychopharmacology PSY 4270 M01 Cross-Cultural Psychology PSY 4390 M01 Abnormal Psychology PSY 4460 M01 Marital Relations, Sexuality, and Parenting PSY 4900 M01 Capstone: Critical Thinking About Psychology PSY 4950 M01 Senior Residency PUBH 2100 M01 Introduction to Global Health SLC SOC 1200 M01 Introduction to Anthropology SOC 3390 M01 Cultural Anthropology CDEU SOC 3390 M02 Cultural Anthropology CDEU SPAN 1010 M01 Communicating in Spanish I SPAN 1010 M02 Communicating in Spanish I 7

8 Listing for Fall 2017 Title SPAN 1010 M10 Communicating in Spanish I & II (Intensive) SPAN 1020 M10 Communicating in Spanish I & II (Intensive) SPAN 1020 M11 Communicating in Spanish II SPAN 2010 M01 Intermediate Spanish: Language and Culture SPAN 2930 M01 ST: Culture & Civilization SPAN 3010 M01 Written Communication SPAN 3020 M01 Oral Communication SPAN 3020 M02 Oral Communication SPAN 3030 M01 Advanced Written Communication SPAN 3040 M01 Advanced Oral Communication SPAN 3040 M02 Advanced Oral Communication SPAN 4050 M01 Spanish Phonetics & Phonology SPAN 4110 M01 Language and Linguistics SPAN 4130 M01 Second Language Acquisition SPAN 4160 M01 Business and Professional Spanish SPAN 4200 M01 Introduction to Hispanic Literature SPAN 4330 M01 Latin American Novel after 1970 WEB SPAN 4390 M01 Contemporary Spanish Women Writers SPAN 4720 M01 Twentieth Century Spanish Drama SPAN 4790 M01 Spanish Culture & Civilization TRIP SPAN 5780 M01 Contemporary Spanish Women Writers SPAN 5930 M01 ST: Second Language Acquisition SPAN 5930 M02 ST: Latin American Novel after 1970 WEB SPAN 5950 M01 Special Study for Examinations THEO 1000 M01 Theological Foundations THEO 1000 M02 Theological Foundations SPAN THEO 1000 M03 Theological Foundations THEO 2210 M01 New Testament THEO 2210 M02 New Testament THEO 2415 M01 God in Human Experience THEO 2430 M01 Jesus and Salvation THEO 2930 M01 ST: The Qur an and the Bible THEO 3115 M01 Old Testament: Prophets 8

9 Listing for Fall 2017 Title THEO 3115 M02 Old Testament: Prophets THEO 3420 M01 Women and God: Feminist Theology THEO 3930 M01 ST: Ancient Israel & Near East THEO 3930 M02 ST - Studies in Theology and History: Archaeology and the Bible THR 3550 M01 Theatre Practicum THR 3560 M01 Theatre Workshop UNIV 1020 M01 The First-Year Seminar-Madrid UNIV 1020 M02 The First-Year Seminar-Madrid 1 1 9

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