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University of Mobile    
 
    
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog & Student Handbooks

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix. Each course description begins with a subject prefix followed by a three-digit course number and the course title. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description. Prerequisites and co-requisites are also listed. A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student will be permitted to enroll in the course. A co-requisite is a course, experience, or other preparation that must be completed at the same time that the student is enrolled in the listed course.

Courses numbered 100 to 199 are primarily for freshmen, 200 to 299 for sophomores, 300 to 399 for juniors and seniors, and 400 to 499 for seniors. Courses numbered 500 and above are reserved for graduate students.

Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance, a “Code or Number” search of ” 5* ” can be entered, returning all 500 or graduate-level courses.

 

English

   •  EN 103 Developmental Composition
   •  EN 111H Honors English
   •  EN 112H Honors English
   •  EN 201 The Literary Tradition
   •  EN 202 The Literary Tradition
   •  EN 211H Honors Literature
   •  EN 212H Honors Literature
   •  EN 215 Literature of the Ancient World
   •  EN 221 Introduction to British Literature I
   •  EN 222 Introduction to British Literature II
   •  EN 230 Introduction to American Literature
   •  EN 297 Study in Selected Topics
   •  EN 298 Study in Selected Topics
   •  EN 301 The Novel
   •  EN 302 Lyric Poetry
   •  EN 305 Democracy and Tyranny
   •  EN 310 Drama Practicum
   •  EN 331 Advanced Composition
   •  EN 333 Christianity and Literature
   •  EN 400 Critical Theory
   •  EN 405 Shakespeare
   •  EN 410 Medieval Literature and Culture
   •  EN 414 Seventeenth-Century British Literature
   •  EN 420 Literature of The British Enlightenment
   •  EN 422 Victorian Literature and Culture
   •  EN 424 British Romanticism
   •  EN 431 Independent Study
   •  EN 434 Twentieth-Century British Literature
   •  EN 440 Early American Literature
   •  EN 441 Creative Writing
   •  EN 444 American Romanticism
   •  EN 451 American Realism and Naturalism
   •  EN 460 Twentieth-Century American Literature
   •  EN 461 Southern Literature
   •  EN 471 African American Literature
   •  EN 478 Literature in Translation
   •  EN 488 Interdisciplinary Seminar
   •  EN 496 Senior Practicum
   •  EN 497 Study in Selected Topics
   •  EN 498 Study in Selected Topics
   •  EN 498H Honors Thesis

Educational Psychology

   •  TE 501 Advanced Educational Psychology

Environmental Science

   •  ES 101 Introduction to Geology
   •  ES 103 Basic Meteorology
   •  ES 105 Environmental Science
   •  ES 107 Natural Disasters and Hazards
   •  ES 297 Study in Selected Topics
   •  ES 298 Study in Selected Topics

Finance

   •  FI 297 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FI 298 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FI 300 Personal Finance
   •  FI 303 Money and Banking
   •  FI 330 Principles of Finance
   •  FI 331 Internships
   •  FI 332 Internship
   •  FI 361 Financial Management
   •  FI 431 Independent Study
   •  FI 432 Independent Study
   •  FI 435 Investments
   •  FI 497 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FI 498 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FI 531 Financial Management

French

   •  FR 101 Elementary French I
   •  FR 102 Elementary French II
   •  FR 201 Intermediate French I
   •  FR 202 Intermediate French II
   •  FR 297 Je Me Souviens: Discovering Quebec City and Montreal
   •  FR 298 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FR 301 Advanced French Composition & Conversation I
   •  FR 302 Advanced French Composition & Conversation II
   •  FR 311 Introduction to France through History
   •  FR 312 Introduction to French Literature and Culture
   •  FR 333 Does God Speak French?
   •  FR 397 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FR 398 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FR 401 French for Business
   •  FR 412 Teaching French: Methodologies and Best Practices
   •  FR 497 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FR 498 Study in Selected Topics
   •  FR 501 Advanced French Composition and Conversation
   •  FR 502 Advanced French Composition and Conversation II
   •  FR 512 Introduction to French Literature and Culture
   •  FR 597 Study in Selected Topics

Freshman Seminar

   •  FS 100 Freshman Seminar
   •  FS 101 Career Focus

German

   •  GR 101 German for Musicians
   •  GR 102 German for Musicians
   •  GR 501 German for Musicians
   •  GR 502 German for Musicians

Government and Law

   •  GL 110 Introduction to American Politics
   •  GL 115 World Politics
   •  GL 201 Political Theory
   •  GL 205 Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  GL 297 Study in Selected Topics
   •  GL 298 Study in Selected Topics
   •  GL 305 Presidency and Congress
   •  GL 308 Civil Liberties
   •  GL 315 International Relations
   •  GL 325 Constitutional Law/History
   •  GL 350 Criminal Law
 

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