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University of Mobile    
 
    
 
  Dec 11, 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.

 

Government and Law

   •  GL 351 The Court System and Judicial Processes
   •  GL 411 Criminology
   •  GL 426 Senior Internship
   •  GL 497 Study in Selected Topics
   •  GL 498 Study in Selected Topics

Greek

   •  GK 201 Elementary Greek
   •  GK 202 Elementary Greek
   •  GK 301 Greek Exegesis
   •  GK 302 Greek Exegesis

Hebrew

   •  HEB 201 Elementary Hebrew
   •  HEB 202 Elementary Hebrew

Higher Education Leadership

   •  HED 550 Foundations of Leadership
   •  HED 553 Educational Research Methods and Writing
   •  HED 555 History of American Universities and Colleges
   •  HED 557 Theories of Educational Leadership
   •  HED 559 Current Issues in American Higher Education
   •  HED 562 Student Development in Higher Education
   •  HED 565 Principles of Assessment and Evaluation
   •  HED 567 Policy and Practice in American Higher Education
   •  HED 569 Education in a Global Society
   •  HED 572 Higher Education Leadership Policy Thesis
   •  HED 575 Higher Education Leadership and Policy Practicum

History

   •  HI 101 Western Civilization
   •  HI 102 Western Civilization
   •  HI 103 World History
   •  HI 104 World History
   •  HI 201 History of The United States
   •  HI 202 History of The United States
   •  HI 297 Study in Selected Topics
   •  HI 298 Study in Selected Topics
   •  HI 300H Honors History Seminar
   •  HI 301 Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  HI 302 Medieval History
   •  HI 303 Reformation Europe
   •  HI 310 Readings in Modern European History
   •  HI 315 Readings in Early American History
   •  HI 320 Readings in Modern American History
   •  HI 330 American Diplomacy, 1763-1898
   •  HI 331 American Diplomacy Since 1898
   •  HI 335 The Atlantic World
   •  HI 340 Studies in Non-Western History
   •  HI 401 Colonial U.S. History
   •  HI 402 American Revolution and Early Republic
   •  HI 403 Geography And History of The Old South
   •  HI 404 History of The New South
   •  HI 405 Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HI 406 Alabama History
   •  HI 407 Jacksonian America
   •  HI 411 Philosophy and Methods of History
   •  HI 414 Group Conflict: Prudent Reactions to 20th Century Genocide
   •  HI 425 World War II
   •  HI 426 Public History Internship
   •  HI 431 Independent Study
   •  HI 432 Independent Study
   •  HI 497 Study in Selected Topics
   •  HI 498 Study in Selected Topics

Italian

   •  IT 101 Italian for Musicians
   •  IT 102 Italian for Musicians
   •  IT 501 Italian for Musicians
   •  IT 502 Italian for Musicians

Kinesiology

   •  KIN 101 Health
   •  KIN 104 Recreational Games
   •  KIN 105 Weight Training
   •  KIN 106 Beginning Ballet
   •  KIN 108 Beginning Swimming
   •  KIN 109 Beginning Tennis
   •  KIN 111 Beginning Bowling
   •  KIN 112 Beginning Tap
   •  KIN 113 Beginning Jazz
   •  KIN 114 Musical Movement
   •  KIN 115 Varsity Sports
   •  KIN 127 Protective Techniques for Athletic Injuries
   •  KIN 131 Fitness I
   •  KIN 132 Fitness II
   •  KIN 133 Fitness III
   •  KIN 134 Faith-Based Fitness
   •  KIN 200 CPR
   •  KIN 201 Golf
   •  KIN 202 Badminton
   •  KIN 203 Aerobics
   •  KIN 206 Rhythmics
   •  KIN 207 Advanced Tap
   •  KIN 208 Life Saving and Water Safety
   •  KIN 209 Advanced Tennis
   •  KIN 210 Basic Canoeing
   •  KIN 211 History and Principles of Physical Education, Exercise Science and Sport
   •  KIN 212 Personal and Community Hygiene
   •  KIN 213 Drugs and Society
   •  KIN 214 First Aid and CPR Professional Rescuer-AED
   •  KIN 215 Varsity Sports
   •  KIN 218 Motor Skill Proficiency
   •  KIN 221 School Health
   •  KIN 222 Recreational Leadership
   •  KIN 223 Arts and Crafts
   •  KIN 224 Kinesiology Clinical Experience I
   •  KIN 225 Athletic Injuries Clinical Experience I
   •  KIN 226 Athletic Injuries Clinical Experience II
   •  KIN 227 Basic Movement Education and Rhythmical Activities
   •  KIN 251 Foundations of Athletic Training/Terminology
   •  KIN 252 Emergency Response Management and Acute Care/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer
 

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