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American University (AU or American) is a private research university in Washington, D.C., United States, affiliated with the United Methodist Church, although the university’s curriculum is secular. The university was chartered by an Act of Congress on February 24, 1893, as “The American University,” when the bill was approved by President Benjamin Harrison.
AU was named the most politically active school in the nation in The Princeton Review‘s annual survey of college students in 2008, 2010, and 2012. The university has six schools, including the School of International Service (SIS), currently ranked 8th in the world for its graduate programs and 9th in the world for its undergraduate program in International Affairs by Foreign Policy, and the Washington College of Law. As of 2016, roughly 7,710 undergraduate students and 5,230 graduate students are currently enrolled. The school has grown increasingly competitive in recent years, with a 25% acceptance rate for the Class of 2020 versus a 46% acceptance rate for the class of 2018. A member of the Division I Patriot League, its sports teams compete as the American University Eagles.

 

Locations and facilities

American University has two non-contiguous campuses used for academics and student housing: the main campus on Massachusetts Avenue, and the Tenley Campus on Nebraska Avenue. An additional facility houses the Washington College of Law, located half a mile northwest of the main campus on Massachusetts Avenue. Additionally, AU owns several other buildings in the Tenleytown and Spring Valley, and American University Park areas.

American University in 1916
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American University
The first design for campus was done by Frederick Law Olmsted but was significantly modified over time due to financial constraints. The campus occupies 84 acres (340,000 m²) adjacent to Ward Circle, the intersection of Nebraska and Massachusetts Avenues. AU’s campus is predominantly surrounded by the affluent residential neighborhoods characteristic of the Northwest Quadrant of Washington, D.C. The campus includes a main quadrangle surrounded by academic buildings, nine residential halls, a 5,000-seat arena, and an outdoor amphitheatre. The campus has been designated a public garden and arboretum by the American Public Garden Association, with many foreign and exotic plants and trees dotting the landscape.

School of Public Affairs

  • Abbey Joel Butler Pavilion, holds the campus store, the Office of Campus Life, the Career Center, and meeting spaces.
  • Battelle-Tompkins Building, the university library until 1977 and now home to the College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Hurst Hall, first building of the university, ground broken in 1896 for what was to be the College of History. The architects were Van Brunt & Howe. Now home to departments of Biology and Environmental Science, the
  • School of Public Affairs, the University Honors Program, and the Center for Teaching Excellence.
  • Katzen Arts Center, Provided for by a monetary gift from Cyrus and Myrtle Katzen, opened in 2005 and is now home to the Departments of Performing Arts (such as dance), Studio Arts, Graphic Design, and Art History, the American University Museum, and other Academic Departments.
  • Kay Spiritual Life Center, built in 1963, a multi-denominational place of worship, home to the University Chaplains and is used for speeches and performances.
  • Kogod School of Business, formerly known as the Myers-Hutchins Building, and previous home to the Washington College of Law. Construction finished in January 2009 to annex it to the now empty Experimental Theater and Butler Instructional Center.
  • Mary Graydon Center, home to student organization offices, the main dining facilities, and the School of Communication.
  • McKinley Hall, cornerstone laid by President Theodore Roosevelt. Was previously the home of the departments of Computer Science, Audio Technology, and Physics. Has recently become the new home to the School of Communication.
  • School of International Service, ground broken by President Dwight Eisenhower. The new building opened for the 2010–2011 school year, with classes continuing to be held also in the original building, which has since been renamed the “East Quad Building,” next door. The School of International Service has an enrollment of over 2,000 undergraduate students and an enrollment of over 900 graduate students.[25]
  • Sports Center: Bender Arena, Reeves Aquatic Center, Jacobs Fitness Center (see Athletics below)
  • University (Bender) Library, which holds over a million books
  • Ward Circle Building, the largest classroom building on campus, built in 1968 as a home for the School of Government and Public Administration (now the School of Public Affairs).

 

Residence halls
Housing is guaranteed for two years. Most freshman and sophomore students choose to live on campus. Freshmen are not required to live on campus.
The University recently added 1000 beds in 2013.
Residence halls on the main campus are grouped into two “campuses”.

  • North Campus, commonly referred to as “North Side”:
    • Hughes Hall
    • Leonard Hall
    • McDowell Hall
    • Nebraska Hall, located across Massachusetts Avenue from main campus. It features apartment-style residences and opened in August 2007.
    • Cassell Hall, opened for the Fall 2013 semester.[26] This residence hall is equipped with a state of the art 8,000 square foot fitness facility.[27]
  • South Campus, commonly referred to as “South Side”:
    • Anderson Hall
    • Centennial Hall
    • Clark Hall
    • Letts Hall, named after John C. Letts, university Trustee and President of the Board 1921–1931.
    • Roper Hall

Tenley Campus
Formerly the Immaculata School, Tenley Campus is located half a mile east of the main campus, and was purchased by American University in 1987 specifically for the Washington Semester program. Tenley Campus used to be home to the Washington Semester and Washington Mentorship Program students, which featured housing primarily for international and transfer students. Before construction of the new Washington College of Law, Tenley Campus was home to the main offices of: the School of Professional & Extended Studies, including the Washington Semester Program; University Marketing and Publications; and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. During the summer, the residence halls were used to house students in the Washington Semester – Summer Internship Program.

Since 2016, Tenley Campus has been home to American University’s law school, the Washington College of Law. Over the course of several years, former dormitory halls and academic buildings were torn down and replaced with a number of newer, more contemporary academic buildings that now house the Washigton College of Law. Ironically, the law school’s reputation has fallen sharply since construction began on the new campus. Graduates are reportedly saddled with enormous amounts of debt, and in 2014 only 42% of graduates held jobs that required they pass the Bar.
Recent building expansions
Spring 2014:

  • Renovation of the McKinley Hall into a new home for the School of Communication[29]

Summer 2014-Summer 2016

  • Construction of new East Campus development, to be composed of three residence halls and two connected academic buildings[30]

 

2013-Winter 2016

  • Demoltion of outdated buildings and dormitories on Tenley Campus, construction of new buildings to house the Washington College of Law[31]
 

List of Departments

(CollegesFaculties/Schools)

  • Colleges of Arts and Sciences
  • Kogod School of Business
  • School of Communication
  • School of Education
  • School of International Service
  • School of Professional & Extended Studies
  • School of Public Affairs
  • Washington College of Law

 

 

 

Courses Offered

Business: Accounting and Taxation (Undergraduate Courses)

• ACCT-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ACCT-240 Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
• ACCT-241 Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
• ACCT-244 Introduction to Business Law (3)
• ACCT-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ACCT-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ACCT-340 Intermediate Accounting I (3)
• ACCT-341 Intermediate Accounting II (3)
• ACCT-345 Cost Accounting and Strategic Cost Management (3)
• ACCT-390 Independent Reading Course in Accounting (1-3)
• ACCT-391 Internship in Accounting (1-6)
• ACCT-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ACCT-443 Federal Income Taxation of Individuals (3)
• ACCT-444 Federal Tax Planning for Businesses and Wealth Transfer Decisions (3)
• ACCT-449 Contemporary Assurance and Audit Services (3)
• ACCT-490 Independent Study Project in Accounting (1-3)
• ACCT-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Accounting and Taxation (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ACCT-502 Advanced Business Law (3)
• ACCT-547 Advanced Financial Reporting (3)
• ACCT-550 Accounting Information Systems (3)
• ACCT-551 Forensic Accounting: Fraud Examination and Litigation Support (3)
• ACCT-560 Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting (3)
• ACCT-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Accounting and Taxation (Graduate Courses)

• ACCT-600 Ethics in Business and Accounting (3)
• ACCT-601 Legal Aspects of Business and Governance (1.5)
• ACCT-604 Tax Planning for Individuals (3)
• ACCT-607 Financial Accounting (3)
• ACCT-609 Management Accounting (1.5)
• ACCT-611 Cost Accounting for Strategic Management (3)

• ACCT-623 Business Law (3)
• ACCT-630 Legislative and Judicial Foundations of Income Tax (3)
• ACCT-631 Tax Research and Procedure (3)
• ACCT-635 Business Law, Ethics and Governance (3)
• ACCT-641 Corporate Financial Reporting: Operations (3)
• ACCT-642 Corporate Financial Reporting: Financial Transactions (3)
• ACCT-649 Contemporary Assurance and Audit Services (3)
• ACCT-670 International Accounting (3)
• ACCT-677 Financial Statement Analysis (3)
• ACCT-680 Advanced Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation (3)
• ACCT-685 Topics in Accounting (1.5-3)
• ACCT-690 Independent Study Project in Accounting (1-6)
• ACCT-691 Internship (1-3)
• ACCT-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ACCT-725 Modern Management Control Systems (3)
• ACCT-740 Taxation of Corporations (3)
• ACCT-741 State and Local Taxation (3)
• ACCT-742 Special Tax Topics (1-3)
• ACCT-743 International Taxation (3)
• ACCT-745 Employee Benefit Tax Planning (3)
• ACCT-746 Taxation of Real Estate Transactions (3)
• ACCT-747 Taxation of Pass-Through Entities (3)
• ACCT-750 Tax Policy (3)
• ACCT-751 Seminar in Business Tax Planning (3)
• ACCT-752 Estate and Financial Family Tax Planning (3)
• ACCT-760 Advanced Auditing and Professional Practice (3)
• ACCT-780 Seminar in Accounting Theory (3)
• ACCT-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

American Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• AMST-140 Washington, D.C.: Life inside a Monument (3)
• AMST-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• AMST-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AMST-200 American Dreams/American Lives (3)
• AMST-220 Topics in American Popular Culture (3)
• AMST-240 Poverty and Culture FA4 (3)
• AMST-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• AMST-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AMST-320 American Cultural History (3)
• AMST-330 Contemporary American Culture (3)
• AMST-340 Community Activism and Regional Studies (3)
• AMST-390 Independent Reading Course in American Studies (1-6)
• AMST-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• AMST-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AMST-400 Interpreting American Culture (3)
• AMST-410 Senior Thesis (3)
• AMST-490 Independent Study Project in American Studies (1-6)
• AMST-491 Internship in American Studies (1-6)
• AMST-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Anthropology (Undergraduate Courses)

• ANTH-110 Culture and the Human Experience FA3 (3)
• ANTH-150 Anthropology of Life in the United States FA4 (3)
• ANTH-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ANTH-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-210 Race and Racism FA3 (3)
• ANTH-215 Sex, Gender, and Culture FA3 (3)
• ANTH-220 Living in Multicultural Societies FA3 (3)
• ANTH-225 Language and Human Experience FA1 (3)
• ANTH-235 Early America: The Buried Past FA2 (3)
• ANTH-250 Human Origins FA5 (3)
• ANTH-251 Anthropological Theory (3)
• ANTH-253 Introduction to Archaeology (3)
• ANTH-254 Language and Culture (3)
• ANTH-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ANTH-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-311 Anthropological Studies: Turkana Basin Institute (3)
• ANTH-331 Taboos (3)
• ANTH-334 Environmental Justice (3)
• ANTH-337 Anthropology of Genocide (3)
• ANTH-350 Special Topics (3)
• ANTH-365 Social Ecology of Food (3)
• ANTH-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ANTH-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-421 Health Geographies (3)

Anthropology (Undergraduate Courses)

• ANTH-422 Neoliberal Globalization and Health (3)
• ANTH-423 Militarization and Health (3)
• ANTH-424 Science, Technology and Health (3)
• ANTH-425 Health, Care, and Social Movements (3)
• ANTH-439 Culture, History, Power, Place (3)
• ANTH-440 Contemporary Ethnographies (3)
• ANTH-442 Public Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-450 Senior Seminar in Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-452 Anthropological Research Methods (3)
• ANTH-490 Independent Study Project in Anthropology (1-6)
• ANTH-491 Internship in Anthropology (1-6)
• ANTH-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ANTH-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-498 Senior Thesis in Anthropology (1-6)

Anthropology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ANTH-060 Summer Field School: Archaeology (0)
• ANTH-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• ANTH-531 Topics in Archaeology (3)
• ANTH-534 Class and Culture (3)
• ANTH-535 Ethnicity and Nationalism (3)
• ANTH-537 Topics in Language and Culture (3)
• ANTH-541 Public Anthropology and State Policy (3)
• ANTH-543 Anthropology of Development (3)
• ANTH-544 Topics in Public Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-550 Ethnographic Field Methods (3)
• ANTH-560 Summer Field School: Archaeology (1-9)
• ANTH-590 Independent Reading Course in Anthropology (1-6)
• ANTH-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Anthropology (Graduate Courses)

• ANTH-621 Health Geographies (3)
• ANTH-622 Neoliberal Globalization and Health (3)
• ANTH-623 Militarization and Health (3)
• ANTH-624 Science, Technology and Health (3)
• ANTH-625 Health, Care, and Social Movements (3)
• ANTH-631 Foundations of Social and Cultural Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-632 Contemporary Theory: Culture, Power, History (3)
• ANTH-634 Foundations of Archaeology (3)
• ANTH-635 Race, Gender and Social Justice (3)
• ANTH-637 Discourse, Text, and Voice (3)
• ANTH-639 Culture, History, Power, Place (3)
• ANTH-640 Current Issues in Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-642 Public Anthropology (3)
• ANTH-652 Anthropological Research Design (3)
• ANTH-690 Independent Study Project in Anthropology (1-6)
• ANTH-691 Internship in Anthropology (1-6)
• ANTH-693 AU/Peace Corps Internship (1-6)
• ANTH-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ANTH-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar (1-6)
• ANTH-897 Dissertation Preparation Workshop (1-9)
• ANTH-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• ANTH-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Art: Art History (Undergraduate Courses)

• ARTH-105 Art: The Historical Experience FA1 (3)
• ARTH-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTH-205 Art of the Renaissance FA2 (3)
• ARTH-210 Modern Art: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries FA1 (3)
• ARTH-225 Buddhist Arts of Asia FA1 (3)
• ARTH-255 Art History of the World Regions FA1 (3)
• ARTH-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTH-303 Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic (3)
• ARTH-307 International Baroque Art (3)
• ARTH-320 Introduction to the Arts of Japan (3)
• ARTH-335 Twentieth Century Women Artists of the Americas (3)
• ARTH-350 Regional Studies in Art History (3)
• ARTH-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTH-400 Approaches to Art History (3)
• ARTH-401 Italian Art: Early Renaissance (3)
• ARTH-402 Italian Art: High Renaissance (3)
• ARTH-403 Italian Art: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque (3)
• ARTH-411 Modern European Art: Rococo to Realism (3)
• ARTH-412 Modern European Art: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism (3)
• ARTH-413 Modern European Art: Expressionism to Surrealism (3)
• ARTH-414 Women and the Avant-Garde (3)
• ARTH-415 Museums and Society (3)
• ARTH-423 East-West Photography (3)
• ARTH-424 Envisioning the Nation: Modern and Contemporary Art in Asia (3)
• ARTH-431 Visual Arts in the United States to 1890 (3)
• ARTH-432 Visual Arts in the United States: 1890 to 1935 (3)
• ARTH-433 Visual Arts in the United States: 1935 to 1970 (3)
• ARTH-434 Contemporary Visual Art and Postmodernism (3)
• ARTH-477 Museum Management (3)
• ARTH-490 Independent Study Project in Art History (1-3)
• ARTH-491 Internship (3)
• ARTH-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-245 The Artist’s Perspective: Digital Photography FA1 (3)

Art: Art History (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ARTH-516 Northern Renaissance Art: Texts and Contexts (3)
• ARTH-517 Northern Renaissance Art: Sex and Gender (3)
• ARTH-520 Seminar in Art History (3)

Art: Art History (Graduate Courses)

• ARTH-600 Approaches to Art History (3)
• ARTH-601 Italian Art: Early Renaissance (3)
• ARTH-602 Italian Art: High Renaissance (3)
• ARTH-603 Italian Art: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque (3)
• ARTH-611 Modern European Art: Rococo to Realism (3)
• ARTH-612 Modern European Art: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism (3)
• ARTH-613 Modern European Art: Expressionism to Surrealism (3)
• ARTH-614 Women and the Avant-Garde (3)
• ARTH-615 Museums and Society (3)
• ARTH-623 East-West Photography (3)
• ARTH-624 Envisioning the Nation: Modern and Contemporary Art in Asia (3)
• ARTH-631 Visual Arts in the United States to 1890 (3)
• ARTH-632 Visual Arts in the United States: 1890 to 1935 (3)
• ARTH-633 Visual Arts in the United States: 1935 to 1970 (3)

Art: Art History (Graduate Courses)

• ARTH-634 Contemporary Visual Art and Postmodernism (3)
• ARTH-677 Museum Management (3)
• ARTH-690 Independent Study Project in Art History (1-3)
• ARTH-691 Internship (3)
• ARTH-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTH-792 Thesis Research Seminar (3)
• ARTH-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTH-797 Master’s Thesis Research (3)

Art: Studio (Undergraduate Courses)

• ARTS-100 Art: The Studio Experience FA1 (3)
• ARTS-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-205 The Artist’s Perspective: Drawing FA1 (3)
• ARTS-210 The Artist’s Perspective: Painting FA1 (3)
• ARTS-215 The Artist’s Perspective: Sculpture FA1 (3)
• ARTS-235 The Artist’s Perspective: Video Art FA1 (3)
• ARTS-240 The Artist’s Perspective: Printmaking FA1 (3)
• ARTS-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ARTS-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-344 Ceramics Studio (3)
• ARTS-390 Independent Reading Course in Art (1-6)
• ARTS-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-400 Senior Seminar (3)
• ARTS-420 Painting Studio (3)
• ARTS-440 Sculpture Studio (3)
• ARTS-460 Drawing Studio (3)
• ARTS-463 Printmaking Studio: Intaglio and Relief (3)
• ARTS-464 Printmaking Studio: Screenprint (3)
• ARTS-470 Expanded Media Studio: Video and Photography (3)
• ARTS-480 Studio Berlin (3)
• ARTS-490 Independent Study Project in Art (1-6)
• ARTS-491 Internship (3)
• ARTS-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Art: Studio (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ARTS-560 Drawing Practicum I (3)
• ARTS-561 Drawing Practicum II (3)
• ARTS-590 Independent Reading Course in Art (1-6)
• ARTS-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Art: Studio (Graduate Courses)

• ARTS-600 Twentieth Century Art Theory (3)
• ARTS-601 Contemporary Art Theory (3)
• ARTS-620 Advanced Printmaking (3)
• ARTS-630 Advanced Sculpture (3)
• ARTS-660 Research Practicum (3)
• ARTS-661 Professional Practices (3)
• ARTS-670 Time-Based Studio (3)
• ARTS-680 Studio Berlin (3)
• ARTS-690 Independent Study Project in Art (1-6)
• ARTS-691 Internship (3)
• ARTS-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ARTS-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar (3)

Asian Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• ASIA-100 Introduction to Asia (3)
• ASIA-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ASIA-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ASIA-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ASIA-490 Independent Research in Asian Studies (1-6)
• ASIA-491 Internship in Asian Studies (1-6)
• ASIA-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Asian Studies (Graduate Courses)

• ASIA-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Audio Technology (Undergraduate Courses)

• ATEC-101 Fundamentals of Audio Technology (3)
• ATEC-102 Audio Technology Laboratory (1)
• ATEC-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ATEC-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ATEC-301 Digital Audio Workstations I (3)
• ATEC-311 Sound Studio Techniques I (4)
• ATEC-321 Sound Synthesis I (3)
• ATEC-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ATEC-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ATEC-401 Digital Audio Workstations II (3)
• ATEC-403 Production Mixing and Mastering (3)
• ATEC-411 Sound-Studio Techniques II (4)
• ATEC-414 Audio Mastering (3)
• ATEC-421 Sound Synthesis II (3)
• ATEC-422 Real-Time Performance Workshop (3)
• ATEC-424 Digital Instrument Design (3)
• ATEC-431 Studio Management (3)
• ATEC-441 Business of the Audio Industry (3)
• ATEC-450 Audio Technology Capstone (1-6)
• ATEC-490 Independent Study Project in Audio Technology (1-6)
• ATEC-491 Internship (1-6)
• ATEC-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Audio Technology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ATEC-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• ATEC-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Audio Technology (Graduate Courses)

• ATEC-604 Digital Audio Production Seminar (3)
• ATEC-611 Advanced Recording Seminar (3)
• ATEC-613 Advanced Concepts in Audio Mixing (3)
• ATEC-614 Audio Mastering (3)
• ATEC-621 Advanced Sound Synthesis (3)
• ATEC-622 Real-time Performance Workshop (3)
• ATEC-624 Digital Instrument Design (3)
• ATEC-650 Audio Technology Seminar (3)
• ATEC-651 Digital Audio Analysis (3)
• ATEC-652 Critical Listening (3)
• ATEC-690 Independent Study Project in Audio Technology (1-6)
• ATEC-691 Internship (1-6)
• ATEC-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ATEC-750 Capstone (3)

Arab World Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• AWST-115 Introduction to the Arab World FA3 (3)
• AWST-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AWST-225 Arab Societies FA3 (3)
• AWST-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AWST-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• AWST-490 Independent Research in Arab World Studies (1-6)

Arab World Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• AWST-491 Internship in Arab World Studies (1-6)
• AWST-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Arab World Studies (Graduate Courses)

• AWST-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Biology (Undergraduate Courses)

• BIO-100 Great Experiments in Biology FA5 (4)
• BIO-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• BIO-110 General Biology I FA5 (4)
• BIO-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• BIO-200 Structure and Function of the Human Body FA5 (3)
• BIO-210 General Biology II FA5 (4)
• BIO-220 In the Light of Evolution FA5 (3)
• BIO-240 Oceanography FA5 (3)
• BIO-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• BIO-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• BIO-301 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)
• BIO-302 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4)
• BIO-320 Cell Biology with Laboratory (4)
• BIO-323 Introduction to Ecology (3)
• BIO-340 Marine Biology (3)
• BIO-342 Marine Mammals (3)
• BIO-345 Research Experience in Marine Biology (1-6)
• BIO-356 Genetics with Laboratory (5)
• BIO-364 Evolution (3)
• BIO-390 Independent Reading Course in Biology (1-6)
• BIO-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• BIO-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• BIO-399 The Cutting Edge: Frontiers in the Biological Sciences (3)
• BIO-410 Invertebrate Zoology with Laboratory (4)
• BIO-434 Vertebrate Anatomy with Laboratory (4)
• BIO-435 Vertebrate Physiology with Laboratory (4)
• BIO-440 Microbiology with Laboratory (4)
• BIO-442 Behavioral Ecology (3)
• BIO-450 Developmental Biology (3)
• BIO-451 Developmental Biology Laboratory (1)
• BIO-483 Molecular Biology (3)
• BIO-485 Bioinformatics (3)
• BIO-487 Principles of Genomics (3)
• BIO-489 Biotechnology (3)
• BIO-490 Independent Study Project in Biology (1-6)
• BIO-491 Internship (1-6)
• BIO-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• BIO-497 Senior Honors Thesis I (3)
• BIO-498 Senior Honors Thesis II (3)
• BIO-499 Senior Seminar in Biology (3)

Biology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• BIO-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• BIO-501 Mechanisms of Pathogenesis (3)
• BIO-505 Introduction to Neurobiology (3)
• BIO-541 Cellular Immunology (3)
• BIO-561 Biogeography (3)
• BIO-562 Field Methods (3)
• BIO-590 Independent Reading Course in Biology (1-6)
• BIO-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Biology (Graduate Courses)

• BIO-650 Developmental Biology (3)
• BIO-666 Evolutionary Mechanisms (3)
• BIO-683 Molecular Biology (3)
• BIO-685 Bioinformatics (3)
• BIO-687 Principles of Genomics (3)
• BIO-689 Biotechnology (3)
• BIO-690 Independent Study Project in Biology (1-6)
• BIO-691 Internship (1-6)
• BIO-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• BIO-697 Research Methodology in Biology (3)
• BIO-790 Biology Literature Research (1-6)
• BIO-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate Courses)

• CAS-150 LEAD Seminar I (1)
• CAS-151 LEAD Seminar II (1)
• CAS-250 LEAD Seminar III (2)
• CAS-251 LEAD Seminar IV (2)
• CAS-301 Sea Semester Program (3-19)
• CAS-391 Internship (1-6)
• CAS-450 LEAD Capstone Seminar (3)

Arts and Sciences (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• CAS-580 Research Methods for International Graduate Students (3)

Arts and Sciences (Graduate Courses)

• CAS-025 Reading Preparation for the Tool of Research (0)
• CAS-600 Language Preparation for the Tool of Research (1)

Chemistry (Undergraduate Courses)

• CHEM-100 The Molecular World FA5 (4)
• CHEM-110 General Chemistry I FA5 (4)
• CHEM-150 Chemistry of Cooking FA5 (4)
• CHEM-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-205 The Human Genome FA5 (3)
• CHEM-210 General Chemistry II FA5 (4)
• CHEM-230 Earth Sciences FA5 (3)
• CHEM-250 Criminalistics, Crime, and Society FA5 (3)
• CHEM-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-310 Organic Chemistry I (3)
• CHEM-312 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
• CHEM-320 Organic Chemistry II (3)
• CHEM-322 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1)
• CHEM-330 Environmental Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-390 Independent Reading Course in Chemistry (1-6)
• CHEM-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-398 Honors: Junior Year (1-3)
• CHEM-399 Honors: Junior Year (1-3)
• CHEM-410 Biophysical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-415 Advanced Physical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-421 Advanced Organic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-435 Topics in Biological and Organic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-440 Advanced Analytical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-442 Chemical and Enzyme Kinetics (3)
• CHEM-450 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-455 Topics in Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-460 Instrumental Analysis (3)

Chemistry (Undergraduate Courses)

• CHEM-462 Topics in Environmental Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-465 Biochemistry I (3)
• CHEM-466 Biochemistry II (3)
• CHEM-467 Introduction to Proteomics (3)
• CHEM-470 Principles of Biochemistry (3)
• CHEM-471 Experimental Biological Chemistry I (3)
• CHEM-472 Experimental Biological Chemistry II (3)
• CHEM-481 Experimental Chemistry I (3)
• CHEM-482 Experimental Chemistry II (3)
• CHEM-490 Independent Study Project in Chemistry (1-6)
• CHEM-491 Internship (1-6)
• CHEM-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-498 Honors: Senior Year (1-3)
• CHEM-499 Honors: Senior Year (1-3)

Chemistry (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• CHEM-590 Independent Reading Course in Chemistry (1-6)
• CHEM-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Chemistry (Graduate Courses)

• CHEM-602 Research Method Design (3)
• CHEM-605 Separation Science (3)
• CHEM-615 Advanced Physical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-621 Advanced Organic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-635 Topics in Biological and Organic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-640 Advanced Analytical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-642 Chemical and Enzyme Kinetics (3)
• CHEM-650 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-655 Topics in Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-662 Topics in Environmental Chemistry (3)
• CHEM-665 Biochemistry I (3)
• CHEM-666 Biochemistry II (3)
• CHEM-667 Introduction to Proteomics (3)
• CHEM-671 Experimental Biological Chemistry I (3)
• CHEM-672 Experimental Biological Chemistry II (3)
• CHEM-681 Experimental Chemistry I (3)
• CHEM-682 Experimental Chemistry II (3)
• CHEM-690 Independent Study Project in Chemistry (1-6)
• CHEM-691 Internship (1-6)
• CHEM-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CHEM-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Communication (Noncredit Courses)

• COMM-070 Discover the World of Communication (0)
• COMM-080 Film and Digital MediaWorkshop (0)

Communication (Undergraduate Courses)

Note: The program track or tracks of each undergraduate professional course are noted in the course descriptions below: (BJ) Broadcast Journalism, (CS) Communication Studies (FM) Film and Media Arts, (PJ) Print Journalism, (PC) Public Communication. Media Studies courses are identified by (MS).

• COMM-100 Understanding Media FA4 (3)
• COMM-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• COMM-105 Visual Literacy FA1 (3)
• COMM-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• COMM-200 Writing for Communication (3)
• COMM-209 Communication and Society FA4 (3)
• COMM-250 Digital Imaging (3)
• COMM-251 AU Abroad Communication Program (1-6)
• COMM-260 Quantitative Methods and Data Visualization (3)
• COMM-270 How the News Media Shape History FA2 (3)
• COMM-275 Dissident Media: Voices from the Underground FA4 (3)
• COMM-280 Contemporary Media in a Global Society FA3 (3)
• COMM-291 Communication Field Experience (1)
• COMM-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• COMM-300 Interpersonal Communication (3)
• COMM-301 Public Relations (3)
• COMM-305 Digital Skills (3)
• COMM-310 Public Speaking (3)
• COMM-320 Reporting (3)
• COMM-322 Editorial Policies and Methods (3)
• COMM-325 Feature Article Writing (3)
• COMM-326 Sports Journalism (3)
• COMM-327 The PR Presidency (3)

• COMM-330 Principles of Photography (3)
• COMM-331 Film and Video Production I (3)
• COMM-337 Public Relations Writing (3)
• COMM-346 Public Relations Case Studies (3)
• COMM-351 AU Abroad Communication Program (1-6)
• COMM-359 Decisive Moments in Communication (3)
• COMM-360 Myths of the Media (3)
• COMM-365 Digital Media and Culture (3)
• COMM-369 Personal Branding and Online Identity (3)
• COMM-380 Public Communication Research (3)
• COMM-382 Writing for Visual Media (3)
• COMM-385 Digital Audio Production (3)
• COMM-388 Collaboration and Team Communication (3)
• COMM-390 Independent Reading Course in Communication (1-6)
• COMM-391 Communication Careers Internship (2)
• COMM-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• COMM-401 Communication Law (3)
• COMM-407 Media in Britain (3)
• COMM-408 Social Media Strategies and Tactics (3)
• COMM-409 Journalism Ethics (3)
• COMM-411 History of Documentary (3)
• COMM-412 Social Documentary (3)
• COMM-413 Producing Film and Video (3)
• COMM-414 History of Cross-Cultural Cinema (3)
• COMM-415 Children, Youth, and Digital Culture (3)
• COMM-416 Topics in Film and Media Arts (3)
• COMM-418 Data-Driven Journalism (3)
• COMM-419 In-Depth Journalism (3)
• COMM-420 Topics in Mass Media (3)
• COMM-422 Writing and Editing for Convergent Media (3)
• COMM-425 Advanced Reporting (3)
• COMM-426 Sports Writing and Reporting (3)
• COMM-428 Advanced Television and Video Production (3)
• COMM-432 Backpack Video Journalism (3)
• COMM-433 Broadcast Delivery (3)
• COMM-434 Film and Video Production II (3)
• COMM-435 Studio Television Production (3)

Communication (Undergraduate Courses)

Note: The program track or tracks of each undergraduate professional course are noted in the course descriptions below: (BJ) Broadcast Journalism, (CS) Communication Studies (FM) Film and Media Arts, (PJ) Print Journalism, (PC) Public Communication. Media Studies courses are identified by (MS).

• COMM-437 Public Relations Portfolio (3)
• COMM-438 Production Practicum (1-3)
• COMM-439 Political Communication (3)
• COMM-441 Crisis Communication (3)
• COMM-443 Foreign Policy and the Press (3)
• COMM-445 Global Journalism: Issues and Trends in the Twenty-First Century (3)
• COMM-447 Multicultural Strategic Communication Campaigns (3)
• COMM-449 International Strategic Communication (3)
• COMM-450 Washington Journalism Semester Seminar I (4)
• COMM-451 Washington Journalism Semester Seminar II (4)
• COMM-452 Washington Journalism Semester Internship (4)
• COMM-453 Web and Mobile Development (3)
• COMM-454 Motion Graphics and Effects I (3)
• COMM-455 Motion Graphics and Effects II (3)
• COMM-456 Dramatic Production (3)
• COMM-457 Strategic Communication in Advertising (3)
• COMM-458 Strategic Communication Campaigns: Advertising Lab (3)
• COMM-463 Techniques and Aesthetics of Editing (3)
• COMM-464 Directing Actors for Camera (3)
• COMM-466 Advanced Writing for Film (3)
• COMM-470 Organizational Communication (3)
• COMM-471 Film Technology and Practice (9)
• COMM-474 The Business of Television (3)
• COMM-476 Photojournalism and Social Documentary (3)
• COMM-477 History of Photography (3)
• COMM-478 Large Format and Commercial Photography (3)
• COMM-479 Fine Art Photography (3)
• COMM-481 Entertainment Communication (3)
• COMM-483 Advanced Writing for Documentary Film (3)
• COMM-484 Advanced Writing for Television (3)
• COMM-486 Documentary Production (3)
• COMM-489 Communication, Culture, and the Environment (3)
• COMM-490 Independent Study Project in Communication (1-6)
• COMM-491 Senior Professional Internship (3)
• COMM-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Communication (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

Note: The program track or tracks of each undergraduate professional course are noted in the course descriptions below: (BJ) Broadcast Journalism, (CS) Communication Studies (FM) Film and Media Arts, (PJ) Print Journalism, (PC) Public Communication. Media Studies courses are identified by (MS).

• COMM-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• COMM-500 Investigative Journalism Practicum (3)
• COMM-503 Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism Management (3)
• COMM-506 Writing the Short Film (3)
• COMM-509 Politics and the Media (3)
• COMM-514 Censorship and Media (3)
• COMM-520 History of Animation (3)
• COMM-521 Opinion Writing (3)
• COMM-524 Producing Environmental and Wildlife Films (3)
• COMM-528 Community Documentary: Stories of Transformation (3)
• COMM-533 Ethics in Strategic Communication (3)
• COMM-537 Sports Communication (3)
• COMM-538 Contemporary Media Issues (3)
• COMM-540 Social Marketing (3)
• COMM-542 Media Relations (3)
• COMM-543 Speechwriting (3)
• COMM-544 Foreign Correspondence (3)
• COMM-545 Business and Economic Journalism (3)
• COMM-551 Grassroots Digital Advocacy (3)
• COMM-556 Cross Cultural Film and Video Production (3)
• COMM-557 Art of Visual Storytelling: From Concept to Storyboards (3)
• COMM-558 Survey of American Cinema (3)
• COMM-560 Backpack Documentary (3)
• COMM-564 Documentary Storytelling for Social Change (3)
• COMM-565 Advanced Visual Media Portfolio (3)
• COMM-567 Communication and Social Change (3)
• COMM-568 Environmental Filmmaking for Public Television (3)
• COMM-569 Executive Suite (3)
• COMM-570 Film and Digital Media Institute (1-6)
• COMM-573 Visual Strategies in Public Relations (3)
• COMM-579 Political Advertising (3)
• COMM-580 Strategic Health Communication (3)
• COMM-588 Race, Ethnic, and Community Reporting (3)
• COMM-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• COMM-649 International Strategic Communication (3)

Communication (Graduate Courses)

• COMM-050 Boot Camp for Journalists (0)
• COMM-601 Communication Law (3)
• COMM-602 Digital Media Literacy and Skills (3)
• COMM-603 Web Development (3)
• COMM-604 Dynamic Content (3)
• COMM-605 Video for Social Media (3)
• COMM-606 Capstone: Digital Media Project (3)
• COMM-607 International Investigative Reporting (3)
• COMM-608 Social Media Strategies and Tactics (3)
• COMM-609 Journalism Ethics (3)
• COMM-610 Principles of Video Production (3)
• COMM-611 History of Documentary (3)
• COMM-612 Social Documentary (3)
• COMM-613 Producing Film and Video (3)
• COMM-614 History of Cross-Cultural Cinema (3)
• COMM-615 Children, Youth, and Digital Culture (3)
• COMM-616 Topics in Film and Media Arts (3)
• COMM-618 Data-Driven Journalism (3)
• COMM-619 In-Depth Journalism (3)
• COMM-620 Topics in Mass Media (3)
• COMM-621 Online News Production I (3)
• COMM-622 Writing and Editing for Convergent Media (3)
• COMM-623 Computer Techniques for Communication Professionals (3)
• COMM-624 Boot Camp for Journalists (3)
• COMM-625 Seminar in Media Entrepreneurship (3)
• COMM-626 Media Technology Management (3)
• COMM-627 Capstone: Media Entrepreneurship (3)
• COMM-628 Proseminar in Political Communication (1)
• COMM-629 Capstone in Political Communication (3)
• COMM-630 Principles of Photography (3)

Communication (Graduate Courses)

• COMM-631 Film and Video Production and Direction (3)
• COMM-632 Backpack Video Journalism (3)
• COMM-635 Studio Television Production (3)
• COMM-637 Multimedia Storytelling (3)
• COMM-638 Production Practicum (1-3)
• COMM-639 Political Communication (3)
• COMM-640 Principles of Strategic Communication (3)
• COMM-641 Crisis Communication (3)
• COMM-642 Strategic Communication Management (3)
• COMM-643 Foreign Policy and the Press (3)
• COMM-644 Writing for Strategic Communication (3)
• COMM-645 Global Journalism: Issues and Trends in the Twenty-First Century (3)
• COMM-646 Strategic Communication Practicum (3)
• COMM-647 Multicultural Strategic Communication Campaigns (3)
• COMM-648 Topics in International Media (3)
• COMM-650 Digital Imaging (3)
• COMM-651 Colloquium: The Story of Film (3)
• COMM-652 Web Studio (3)
• COMM-653 Web and Mobile Development (3)
• COMM-654 Motion Graphics and Effects I (3)
• COMM-655 Motion Graphics and Effects II (3)
• COMM-656 Dramatic Production (3)
• COMM-657 Strategic Communication in Advertising (3)
• COMM-658 Strategic Communication Campaigns: Advertising Lab (3)
• COMM-659 International Film and TV Markets (3)
• COMM-660 Developing Fiction Productions (3)
• COMM-661 Developing Nonfiction Productions (3)
• COMM-662 Production Planning and Management (3)
• COMM-663 Techniques and Aesthetics of Editing (3)
• COMM-664 Directing Actors for Camera (3)
• COMM-666 Advanced Writing for Film (3)
• COMM-671 Media Enterprise I: Establishing the Enterprise (3)
• COMM-674 The Business of Television (3)
• COMM-676 Photojournalism and Social Documentary (3)
• COMM-677 History of Photography (3)
• COMM-678 Large Format and Commercial Photography (3)
• COMM-679 Fine Art Photography (3)
• COMM-681 Entertainment Communication (3)
• COMM-682 Writing for Visual Media (3)
• COMM-683 Advanced Writing for Documentary Film (3)
• COMM-684 Advanced Writing for Television (3)
• COMM-686 Documentary Production (3)
• COMM-688 Media Writing (3)
• COMM-689 Communication, Culture, and the Environment (3)
• COMM-690 Independent Study Project in Communication (1-6)
• COMM-691 Graduate Internship (1-3)
• COMM-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (.5-6)
• COMM-701 Graduate Seminar in Film Theory and Practice (3)
• COMM-702 Master’s Portfolio Capstone (1-6)
• COMM-704 Media, Technology, and Democracy (3)
• COMM-710 Seminar in Public Affairs (3)
• COMM-711 Teaching Seminar in Communication (3)
• COMM-716 Advanced Topics in Film and Media Arts (3)
• COMM-720 Capstone Seminar in Journalism (3)
• COMM-721 Digital Audio Production (3)
• COMM-722 Advanced Television and Video Production (3)
• COMM-724 Reporting of Public Affairs (3)
• COMM-725 In-depth Broadcast Production Capstone (3)
• COMM-735 Communication Theory (3)
• COMM-738 Research for Strategic Communication (3)
• COMM-744 Strategic Communication Capstone (3)
• COMM-747 AU-FAMU Exchange Program (1-12)
• COMM-750 Advanced Media Theory (3)
• COMM-751 Advanced Media Research Methods (3)
• COMM-754 Media Law and Policy (3)
• COMM-795 Capstone Seminar in International Media (3)
• COMM-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• COMM-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)
• COMM-860 Seminar in Doctoral Research (3)
• COMM-861 Advanced Research and Project Development (3)
• COMM-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• COMM-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Computer Science (Undergraduate Courses)

• CSC-100 Computers and Information (3)
• CSC-280 Introduction to Computer Science I (4)
• CSC-281 Introduction to Computer Science II (3)
• CSC-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CSC-310 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3)
• CSC-330 Organization of Computer Systems (4)
• CSC-350 Introduction to Discrete Structures (3)
• CSC-390 Independent Reading Course (1-6)
• CSC-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CSC-432 Introduction to Simulation and Modeling (3)
• CSC-435 Web Programming (3)
• CSC-460 Tools of Scientific Computing (3)
• CSC-490 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• CSC-491 Internship (1-6)
• CSC-493 Computer Science Capstone Project (3)

Computer Science (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• CSC-510 Legal Issues in Computing (3)
• CSC-520 Algorithms and Data Structures (3)
• CSC-521 Design and Organization of Programming Languages (3)
• CSC-535 User Interface Analysis and Design (3)
• CSC-540 Computer System Organization and Programming (3)
• CSC-543 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (3)
• CSC-544 Object-Oriented Programming (3)
• CSC-546 Introduction to Computer Networks (3)
• CSC-565 Operating Systems (3)
• CSC-568 Artificial Intelligence (3)
• CSC-570 Database Management Systems (3)
• CSC-589 Topics in Computer Science (3)
• CSC-590 Independent Reading Course (1-6)

Computer Science (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• CSC-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Computer Science (Graduate Courses)

• CSC-600 Simulation (3)
• CSC-610 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3)
• CSC-636 Advanced Database Management Systems (3)
• CSC-637 Database Administration (3)
• CSC-660 Tools of Scientific Computing (3)
• CSC-689 Topics in Computer Science (3)
• CSC-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• CSC-691 Internship (1-6)
• CSC-694 Capstone Project (3)
• CSC-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• CSC-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Economics (Undergraduate Courses)

• ECON-100 Macroeconomics FA4 (3)
• ECON-110 The Global Majority FA3 (3)
• ECON-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ECON-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ECON-200 Microeconomics FA4 (3)
• ECON-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ECON-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ECON-300 Intermediate Microeconomics (3)
• ECON-301 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3)
• ECON-317 Political Economy (3)
• ECON-318 Economic History (3)
• ECON-319 United States Economic History (3)
• ECON-320 History of Economic Ideas (3)
• ECON-322 Applied Econometrics I (4)
• ECON-332 Money, Banking, and Finance in the Global Economy (3)
• ECON-341 Public Economics (3)
• ECON-345 Introduction to Game Theory (3)
• ECON-346 Competition, Regulation, and Business Strategies (3)
• ECON-351 Comparative Economic Systems (3)
• ECON-359 Global Health and Economic Development (3)
• ECON-361 Economic Development (3)
• ECON-362 Microeconomics of Economic Development (3)
• ECON-363 Macroeconomics of Economic Development (3)
• ECON-370 International Economics (3)
• ECON-371 International Economics: Trade (3)
• ECON-372 International Economics: Finance (3)
• ECON-373 Labor Economics (3)
• ECON-374 Gender Roles in the Economy (3)
• ECON-376 International Economic Policy (3)
• ECON-377 U.S. Domestic Economic Policy (3)
• ECON-379 Economics of Environmental Policy (3)
• ECON-383 Washington Economic Policy Semester Seminar I (4)
• ECON-384 Washington Economic Policy Semester Seminar II (4)
• ECON-385 Washington Economic Policy Semester Internship (4)
• ECON-390 Independent Reading Course in Economics (1-6)
• ECON-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ECON-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ECON-400 Intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus (3)
• ECON-401 Intermediate Macroeconomics with Calculus (3)
• ECON-405 Introduction to Mathematical Economics (3)
• ECON-424 Applied Econometrics II (3)
• ECON-450 Growing Artifical Societies (3)
• ECON-458 Economics of the World Regions (3)
• ECON-480 Senior Research Seminar (3)
• ECON-490 Independent Study Project in Economics (1-6)
• ECON-491 Internship (1-6)
• ECON-492 Internship in Teaching Economics (3)
• ECON-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Economics (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ECON-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• ECON-541 Public Economics (3)
• ECON-546 Industrial Economics (3)
• ECON-547 Economics of Antitrust and Regulation (3)
• ECON-551 Comparative Economic Systems (3)
• ECON-552 Economics of Transition (3)
• ECON-565 Mathematical Applications of Interest and Derivatives (3)
• ECON-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Economics (Graduate Courses)

• ECON-600 Microeconomics (3)
• ECON-601 Macroeconomics (3)
• ECON-603 Introduction to Economic Theory (3)
• ECON-605 Introduction to Mathematical Economics (3)
• ECON-618 Economic History: Macroeconomic Aspects (3)
• ECON-619 Economic History: Microeconomics Aspects (3)
• ECON-620 Economic Thought (3)
• ECON-623 Applied Econometrics I (3)
• ECON-624 Applied Econometrics II (3)
• ECON-630 Monetary Economics (3)
• ECON-632 Finance, Stability and Growth (3)
• ECON-633 Financial Economics (3)
• ECON-634 Development Finance and Banking (3)
• ECON-639 Policy Issues in Financial Economics (3)
• ECON-650 Growing Artificial Societies (3)
• ECON-658 Economics of the World Regions (3)
• ECON-661 Survey of Economic Development (3)
• ECON-662 Development Microeconomics (3)
• ECON-663 Development Macroeconomics (3)
• ECON-665 Project Evaluation in Developing Countries (3)
• ECON-670 Survey of International Economics (3)
• ECON-671 International Economics: Trade (3)
• ECON-672 International Economics: Finance (3)
• ECON-673 Labor Economics (3)
• ECON-674 Gender Perspectives on Economic Analysis: Microeconomics (3)
• ECON-675 Gender Perspectives on Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics (3)
• ECON-676 Labor Economics II (3)
• ECON-679 Environmental Economics (3)
• ECON-680 Economics MA Capstone Seminar (3)
• ECON-690 Independent Study Project in Economics (1-6)
• ECON-691 Internship (3)
• ECON-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Economics (Graduate Courses)

• ECON-705 Mathematical Economic Analysis (3)
• ECON-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ECON-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)
• ECON-802 Macroeconomic Analysis I (3)
• ECON-803 Microeconomic Analysis I (3)
• ECON-810 Micro Political Economy (3)
• ECON-811 Macro Political Economy (3)
• ECON-812 Macroeconomic Analysis II (3)
• ECON-813 Microeconomic Analysis II (3)
• ECON-823 Econometric Methods (3)
• ECON-824 Advanced Econometric Methods (3)
• ECON-874 Seminar in Political Economy and Economic Thought (3)
• ECON-878 Seminar in Economic History (3)
• ECON-882 Seminar in Empirical Macroeconomics (3)
• ECON-883 Seminar in Empirical Microeconomics (3)
• ECON-884 Seminar in International Trade and Finance (3)
• ECON-888 Seminar in Economic Development (3)
• ECON-896 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ECON-897 Doctoral Dissertation Seminar (1-12)
• ECON-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• ECON-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Education (Undergraduate Courses)

• EDU-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-205 Schools and Society FA4 (3)
• EDU-212 Introduction to Sign Language (3)
• EDU-250 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (3)
• EDU-251 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II (3)
• EDU-280 Social Justice and Urban Education (3)
• EDU-285 Education for International Development FA3 (3)
• EDU-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-321 Field Experience: Observation and Analysis (1)
• EDU-330 Instructional Strategies and Teaching Methods (3)
• EDU-371 Foundations of Reading Instruction (3)
• EDU-390 Independent Reading Course in Education (1-6)
• EDU-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-416 The Uses of Technology in Education (3)
• EDU-417 Reading, Writing, and Literature across the Curriculum (3)
• EDU-419 Children’s Literature: A Critical Literacy Perspective (3)
• EDU-420 Psychology of Education (3)
• EDU-426 Foundations and Methods of Bilingual Education (3)
• EDU-430 Foundations of Education (3)
• EDU-436 Legal Issues in Education (3)
• EDU-441 Principles of Educational Assessment and Testing (3) (3)
• EDU-443 Foundations of Special Education for Exceptional Children (3)
• EDU-452 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-453 Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-454 Methods of Managing Students with Behavior Disorders (3)
• EDU-455 Teaching Reading in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-456 Teaching Science in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-457 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-462 Classroom Management (3)
• EDU-463 Principles of Effective Methods and Instruction (3)
• EDU-464 Gender and Cultural Diversity in School (3)
• EDU-465 Overview of All Exceptionalities: The Arts in Special Education (3)
• EDU-488 Methods, Materials, and Management in Secondary Education I (3)
• EDU-489 Methods, Materials, and Management in Secondary Education II (3)
• EDU-490 Independent Study Project in Education (1-6)
• EDU-491 Internship in Education (1-6)
• EDU-492 Service Learning in Teacher Education (1)
• EDU-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-499 Student Teaching Seminar in Professional Practice (12)

Education (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• EDU-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• EDU-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Education (Graduate Courses)

• EDU-601 Teaching Reading in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-602 Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-603 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-604 Teaching Science in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-605 Methods of Psychoeducational Assessment for Learning Disabilities and Emotional Disturbance (3)
• EDU-606 Theories and Methods in Diagnostic and Prescriptive Mathematics (3)
• EDU-607 Learning and the Brain (3)
• EDU-608 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School (3)
• EDU-609 Effective Teaching for Diverse Students (3)
• EDU-610 Overview of Qualitative and Quantitative Research Strategies (3)
• EDU-611 Social Theory and Education (3)
• EDU-612 Equity and Education in the Global Context (3)
• EDU-613 Cultural Factors in Higher Education (3)
• EDU-614 International Education Exchange: Policies and Practices (3)
• EDU-615 Education and Social Change (3)
• EDU-616 The Uses of Technology in Education (3)
• EDU-617 Reading, Writing, and Literature across the Curriculum (3)
• EDU-618 Human Growth and Development across the Life Span (3)
• EDU-619 Children’s Literature: A Critical Literacy Perspective (3)
• EDU-620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Development (3)
• EDU-621 Topics in Social Science Research (1)
• EDU-622 Language and Literacy Learning (3)
• EDU-623 Topics in Literacy Education (3)
• EDU-624 Language, Schooling, and Nation-Building (3)
• EDU-625 Advocacy and Leadership in Early Childhood Education (3)
• EDU-626 Foundations and Methods of Bilingual Education (3)
• EDU-627 Literacy Education Skills Institutes (1)
• EDU-628 Topics in Early Childhood Education (3)
• EDU-629 National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Preparation (1-3)
• EDU-630 Foundations of Education (3)
• EDU-631 Educational Leadership and Organizational Change (3)
• EDU-632 Case Studies in Educational Management (3)
• EDU-633 Economic Inquiry in Education (3)
• EDU-634 Education and Public Policy (3)
• EDU-635 Theory and Curriculum in Early Childhood Education (3)
• EDU-636 Education Law and Policy (3)
• EDU-639 Effective Leadership Skills (3)
• EDU-640 Rotating Topics in Adult and Experiential Learning (3)

Education (Graduate Courses)

• EDU-641 Principles of Educational Assessment and Evaluation (3)
• EDU-642 Training Program Design (3)
• EDU-643 Foundations of Special Education for Exceptional Children (3)
• EDU-644 Language Development and Remediation (3)
• EDU-645 Learning Disabilities I (3)
• EDU-646 Learning Disabilities II (3)
• EDU-647 Global and Multicultural Education (3)
• EDU-648 Education and Development: Sector Analysis (3)
• EDU-649 Nonformal Education and Development (3)
• EDU-650 International Perspectives on Bilingual Education Policy and Practice (3)
• EDU-651 Social Context of Bilingual Learners (3)
• EDU-652 Bilingual Education Capstone (3)
• EDU-654 Methods of Managing Students with Behavior Disorders (3)
• EDU-660 Advanced Technology in Education (3)
• EDU-661 Teaching and Learning in Bilingual Education (1-12)
• EDU-662 Classroom Management (3)
• EDU-663 Principles of Effective Methods and Instruction (3)
• EDU-664 Gender and Cultural Diversity in School (3)
• EDU-665 Overview of All Exceptionalities: The Arts in Special Education (3)
• EDU-671 Foundations of Reading: Diagnosis and Remediation (3)
• EDU-672 Reading Comprehension (3)
• EDU-673 Culture, Identity and Education (3)
• EDU-674 Education and Transitional Justice (3)
• EDU-677 Global Urban Education (3)
• EDU-683 Curriculum Design for the Classroom (3)
• EDU-685 Proseminar in International Education (3)
• EDU-686 Proseminar in Education Policy and Leadership (3)
• EDU-687 Instructional Leadership and Teacher Support (3)
• EDU-688 Methods, Materials, and Management in Secondary Education I (3)
• EDU-689 Methods, Materials, and Management in Secondary Education II (3)
• EDU-690 Independent Study Project in Education (1-6)
• EDU-691 Internship (1-6)
• EDU-693 Education Program and Policy Implementation (3)
• EDU-695 Urban Education Experience Internship (3)
• EDU-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-698 Comparative and International Education (3)
• EDU-699 Student Teaching Seminar in Professional Practice (3-6)
• EDU-713 Advanced Training Program Design (3)
• EDU-765 Seminar in Educational Leadership (3)
• EDU-789 Qualitative Research in Education (3)
• EDU-790 Quantitative Research in Education (3)
• EDU-792 In-Service Training Project: Internship in Education (1-9)
• EDU-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• EDU-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)
• EDU-798 Proseminar in Education (1-2)

English Language and Training Academy (Undergraduate Courses)

• ELTA-100 Media and Culture (3)
• ELTA-101 Academic Writing Skills (3)
• ELTA-160 The Culture of Higher Education in the United States (3)
• ELTA-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

English Language and Training Academy (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ELTA-050 American Film and Culture Studies-Level 5 (0)
• ELTA-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• ELTA-501 Graduate Academic Research (4)
• ELTA-502 Graduate Academic Communication (3)

Environmental Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• ENVS-102 Seminar in Environmental Issues (1)
• ENVS-150 Nature of Earth FA5 (4)
• ENVS-160 Introduction to Environmental Science I FA5 (4)
• ENVS-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ENVS-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ENVS-220 Energy and Resources FA5 (3)
• ENVS-230 Parks (3)
• ENVS-250 Living on Earth FA5 (3)
• ENVS-260 Introduction to Environmental Science II FA5 (4)
• ENVS-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• ENVS-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ENVS-300 Conservation (3)
• ENVS-310 Environmental Methods (3)
• ENVS-311 Environmental Studies: Turkana Basin Institute (3)
• ENVS-320 Population Growth and Human Demography (3)
• ENVS-324 Environmental Health (3)
• ENVS-350 Environmental Geology (3)
• ENVS-390 Independent Reading Course in Environmental Studies (1-6)
• ENVS-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ENVS-410 Environmental Science I (3)
• ENVS-415 Environmental Science II (3)
• ENVS-460 Climatology (3)
• ENVS-465 Environmental Risk Assessment (3)
• ENVS-470 Water Resources (3)
• ENVS-475 Environmental Toxicology (3)
• ENVS-490 Independent Study Project in Environmental Studies (1-6)
• ENVS-491 Internship in Environmental Studies (1-6)
• ENVS-492 Senior Capstone in Environmental Studies (3)
• ENVS-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Environmental Studies (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ENVS-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• ENVS-500 Ecohydrology (3)
• ENVS-505 Energy (3)
• ENVS-520 Biogeochemistry (3)
• ENVS-572 Topics in Conservation Biology (3)
• ENVS-582 Environmental Law (3)
• ENVS-590 Independent Reading Course in Environmental Studies (1-6)
• ENVS-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Environmental Studies (Graduate Courses)

• ENVS-610 Environmental Science I (3)
• ENVS-615 Environmental Science II (3)
• ENVS-660 Climatology (3)
• ENVS-665 Environmental Risk Assessment (3)
• ENVS-670 Water Resources (3)
• ENVS-675 Environmental Toxicology (3)
• ENVS-681 Environmental Practicum (1-3)
• ENVS-690 Environmental Science Research (1-3)
• ENVS-691 Internship in Environmental Studies (1-3)
• ENVS-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Environmental Studies (Graduate Courses)

• ENVS-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Business: Finance (Noncredit)

• FIN-085 Business Education for Practicing Physicians (0)

Business: Finance (Undergraduate Courses)

• FIN-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• FIN-197 Financial Literacy I: Financial Planning and the Time Value of Money (1)
• FIN-198 Financial Literacy II: Debt, Insurance, and Savings (1)
• FIN-199 Financial Literacy III: Personal Investing (1)
• FIN-200 Personal Finance and Financial Institutions FA4 (3)
• FIN-201 Real World Investing and Applied Personal Finance (3)
• FIN-230 Finance: Concepts and Applications (3)
• FIN-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• FIN-365 Business Finance (3)
• FIN-390 Independent Reading Course in Finance (1-3)
• FIN-391 Internship in Finance (1-6)
• FIN-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• FIN-460 Financial Modeling (3)
• FIN-462 Private Wealth Management (3)
• FIN-463 International Finance (3)
• FIN-464 Financial Markets and Institutions (3)
• FIN-465 Derivative Securities (3)
• FIN-466 Real Estate Principles and Transactions (3)
• FIN-467 Mortgage Finance (3)
• FIN-468 Intermediate Corporate Finance (3)
• FIN-469 Investment Analysis (3)
• FIN-472 Fixed Income (3)
• FIN-475 Real Estate Management and Development (3)
• FIN-490 Independent Study Project in Finance (1-3)
• FIN-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Finance (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• FIN-573 Corporate Valuation and Financial Strategy (3)
• FIN-574 Quantitative Methods in Finance (3)
• FIN-575 CFA Level I Intensive Review (3)
• FIN-576 Student-Managed Investment Fund (1-3)
• FIN-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Finance (Graduate Courses)

• FIN-060 Introduction to Finance (0)
• FIN-605 Managerial Economics and Corporate Strategy (3)
• FIN-614 Financial Management (3)
• FIN-630 Financial Analysis of the Firm: Concepts and Applications (3)
• FIN-660 Financial Modeling (3)
• FIN-665 Quantitative Methods in Finance I (3)
• FIN-666 Quantitative Methods in Finance II (3)
• FIN-671 Advanced Financial Management (3)
• FIN-672 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management (3)
• FIN-674 Derivatives and Risk Management (3)
• FIN-677 Financial Statement Analysis (3)
• FIN-681 Financial Intermediation in Emerging Markets (3)
• FIN-683 Financial Institutions Management (3)
• FIN-684 Fixed Income Analysis (3)
• FIN-685 Topics in Finance (1.5-3)
• FIN-687 Corporate Governance (3)
• FIN-690 Independent Study Project in Finance (1-6)
• FIN-691 Internship in Finance (1-3)
• FIN-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• FIN-700 International Finance (3)
• FIN-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Game Design (Graduate Courses)

• GAME-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GAME-601 Game Design and Art Pipeline Production (3)
• GAME-605 Games and Society (3)
• GAME-610 Game Research Methods (3)
• GAME-612 Digital Art Tools and Techniques (3)
• GAME-615 Game Development (3)
• GAME-620 Games and Rhetoric (3)
• GAME-625 Advanced Game Development (3)
• GAME-672 Introduction to 3D Static Modeling (3)
• GAME-682 3D Animation (3)
• GAME-690 Independent Study in Game Design (1-6)
• GAME-691 Internship in Game Design (1-6)
• GAME-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Art: Graphic Design (Undergraduate Courses)

• GDES-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GDES-200 Visual Communication Design FA1 (3)
• GDES-210 Typography I: Visible Language for Publications and Media (3)
• GDES-220 Digital and Emerging Media Design I (3)
• GDES-230 Graphic Design History: Visual Culture, Commerce, and Propaganda FA1 (3)
• GDES-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GDES-300 Typography II: Type and Image (3)
• GDES-310 Design for Print: Digital and Analog Print Production (3)
• GDES-315 Digital and Emerging Media Design II (3)
• GDES-320 Visual Concepts and Image Making for Design (3)
• GDES-325 Kinetic and Sequential Graphics (3)
• GDES-350 Illustration (3)
• GDES-390 Independent Reading Course (1-6)
• GDES-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GDES-400 Advanced Design I: Visual Branding and Design Systems (3)
• GDES-405 Experience Design: Interactive Media and Mobile Devices (3)
• GDES-420 Advanced Design II: Publication Design for Print and Digital Media (3)
• GDES-425 Interactive Experience Design: Senior Projects (3)
• GDES-450 Packaging Design (3)
• GDES-490 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• GDES-491 Internship (1-6)
• GDES-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

General Education (Undergraduate Courses)

• GNED-110 General Education Area 1 Topic (1-3)
• GNED-120 General Education Area 2 Topic (1-3)
• GNED-130 General Education Area 3 Topic (1-3)
• GNED-140 General Education Area 4 Topic (1-3)
• GNED-150 General Education Area 5 Topic (4)
• GNED-210 General Education Area 1 Topic (3)
• GNED-213 Sophomore Seminar Areas 1 3 (3)
• GNED-220 General Education Area 2 Topic (3)
• GNED-230 General Education Area 3 Topic (3)
• GNED-234 Sophomore Seminar Areas 3 4 (3)
• GNED-240 General Education Area 4 Topic (3)
• GNED-250 General Education Area 5 Topic (3)

General Education (Undergraduate Courses)

• GNED-2125 Sophomore Seminar Areas 1 2 5 (3)
• GNED-2134 Sophomore SeminarAreas1 3 4 (3)

Government (Undergraduate Courses)

• GOVT-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• GOVT-105 Individual Freedom vs. Authority FA2 (3)
• GOVT-110 Politics in the United States FA4 (3-4)
• GOVT-130 Comparative Politics FA3 (3)
• GOVT-165 How Washington Works (3)
• GOVT-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GOVT-210 Political Power and American Public Policy FA4 (3)
• GOVT-226 The Constitution, Presidential Power, and the War on Terror (3)
• GOVT-231 Politics in the Developing World (3)
• GOVT-232 Politics of State and Society (3)
• GOVT-233 Communism and Capitalism in East Asia (3)
• GOVT-235 Political Conflict FA3 (3)
• GOVT-240 Metropolitan Politics (3)
• GOVT-282 Introduction to Women and Politics (1)
• GOVT-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GOVT-310 Introduction to Political Research (3)
• GOVT-315 Elections and Voting Behavior (3)
• GOVT-320 The Presidency (3)
• GOVT-321 Congress and Legislative Behavior (3)
• GOVT-322 American Political Parties (3)
• GOVT-323 Interest Group Politics (3)
• GOVT-325 Minority Politics in the United States (3)
• GOVT-326 History of the Conservative Movement: 1945-Present (3)
• GOVT-332 Comparative Environmental Politics (3)
• GOVT-333 Government and Politics of the European Union (3)
• GOVT-334 Modern British Politics (3)
• GOVT-335 Democratization: Theory and Practice (3)
• GOVT-337 Authoritarianism in the Modern Era (3)
• GOVT-339 Leaders in Comparative Perspective (3)
• GOVT-349 The Middle East in Comparative Perspective (3)
• GOVT-352 Law and the Political System (3)
• GOVT-390 Independent Reading Course in Government (1-6)
• GOVT-391 Internship (1-6)
• GOVT-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GOVT-403 Ancient Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-405 Modern Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-406 American Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-408 The Idea of America in European Political Thought: 1492-Present (3)
• GOVT-409 Contemporary Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-410 Washington Semester in American Government and Politics Seminar I (4)
• GOVT-411 Washington Semester in American Government and Politics Seminar II (4)
• GOVT-412 Washington Semester in American Government and Politics Research Project (4)
• GOVT-416 Washington Semester in American Government and Politics Internship (4)
• GOVT-417 Transforming Communities Seminar I (4)
• GOVT-418 Transforming Communities Seminar II (4)
• GOVT-419 Transforming Communities Research Project (4)
• GOVT-420 Transforming Communities Internship (4)
• GOVT-422 Studies in Political Behavior (3)
• GOVT-423 Advanced Studies in Public Policy (3)
• GOVT-424 Campaign Finance (3)
• GOVT-426 U.S. Intelligence Community (3)
• GOVT-427 Government Regulation and Deregulation (3)
• GOVT-430 Principles of Homeland Security (3)
• GOVT-431 Watergate: A Constitutional Crisis (3)
• GOVT-432 Political Institutions and Processes in Selected Countries (3)
• GOVT-433 Topics in Sub-Saharan African Politics (3)
• GOVT-435 Political Violence and Civil Wars (3)
• GOVT-436 Formation of Federal Indian Policy (3)
• GOVT-438 Mexico and the World in the 21st Century (3)
• GOVT-440 Minority Representation and Ethnic Conflict (3)
• GOVT-441 The Politics of Mass Communication (3)
• GOVT-442 Bottom-up Comparative Politics (3)
• GOVT-443 Applied Political Writing (3)
• GOVT-444 Political Speechwriting (3)
• GOVT-445 Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Lobbying (3)
• GOVT-450 Politics in Cuba (3)
• GOVT-455 Equal Protection (3)
• GOVT-458 Landmark Law Cases (3)
• GOVT-461 Politics in the Television Age (3)
• GOVT-464 Politics and Policy in the Electronic Age (3)
• GOVT-465 Politics and the Internet (3)
• GOVT-469 Media and Political Intervention: Vietnam to Iraq (3)
• GOVT-480 Honors Senior Seminar in Political Science I (3)
• GOVT-481 Honors Senior Seminar in Political Science II (3)
• GOVT-482 Women and Politics (3)
• GOVT-483 Women, Politics, and Public Policy (3)
• GOVT-484 Women and Political Leadership (3)
• GOVT-485 Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)
• GOVT-486 Feminist Political Theory (3)
• GOVT-487 Gender and Politics in the Middle East (3)
• GOVT-489 CLEG Seminar (3)
• GOVT-490 Independent Study Project in Government (1-6)
• GOVT-491 Internship (1-6)
• GOVT-492 Seminar for Teaching Assistants (3-4)
• GOVT-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Government (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• GOVT-020 Campaign Management Institute (0)
• GOVT-023 The Art and Craft of Lobbying (0)
• GOVT-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• GOVT-520 Advanced Studies in Campaign Management (4)
• GOVT-521 Topics in Campaign Management (1)
• GOVT-523 The Art and Craft of Lobbying (3-4)
• GOVT-524 Topics in Public Affairs and Advocacy (1)
• GOVT-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Government (Graduate Courses)

• GOVT-603 Ancient Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-605 Modern Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-606 American Political Thought (3)
• GOVT-608 The Idea of America in European Political Thought: 1492-Present (3)
• GOVT-609 Contemporary Political Thought (3)

Government (Graduate Courses)

• GOVT-615 Research Design (3)
• GOVT-620 Applied Politics and American Public Policy (3)
• GOVT-622 Studies in Political Behavior (3)
• GOVT-623 Advanced Studies in Public Policy (3)
• GOVT-624 Campaign Finance (3)
• GOVT-626 U.S. Intelligence Community (3)
• GOVT-627 Government Regulation and Deregulation (3)
• GOVT-628 Proseminar in Political Communication (1)
• GOVT-629 Capstone in Political Communication (3)
• GOVT-630 Principles of Homeland Security (3)
• GOVT-631 Watergate: A Constitutional Crisis (3)
• GOVT-636 Formation of Federal Indian Policy (3)
• GOVT-637 Comparative Politics: Regions in Comparative Perspective (3)
• GOVT-638 North American Politics (3)
• GOVT-639 Critical Debates in Comparative Politics (3)
• GOVT-641 The Politics of Mass Communication (3)
• GOVT-642 Bottom-up Comparative Politics (3)
• GOVT-643 Applied Political Writing (3)
• GOVT-644 Political Speechwriting (3)
• GOVT-645 Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Lobbying (3)
• GOVT-650 Political Analysis (3)
• GOVT-651 The Legislative Process (3)
• GOVT-652 The Presidency and the Executive Branch (3)
• GOVT-653 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Political Science (3)
• GOVT-656 Voting Behavior, Elections, and Campaigns (3)
• GOVT-658 Landmark Law Cases (3)
• GOVT-664 Politics and Policy in the Electronic Age (3)
• GOVT-665 Politics and the Internet (3)
• GOVT-674 Constitutional Law and Politics (3)
• GOVT-682 Women and Politics (3)
• GOVT-683 Women, Politics, and Public Policy (3)
• GOVT-684 Women and Political Leadership (3)
• GOVT-685 Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)
• GOVT-686 Feminist Political Theory (3)
• GOVT-689 Seminar in U.S. Politics and Policy (3)
• GOVT-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• GOVT-691 Internship (1-6)
• GOVT-693 AU-Koc University Exchange (1-9)
• GOVT-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GOVT-704 Approaches to Political Understanding (3)
• GOVT-710 Seminar in American Politics (3)
• GOVT-720 Seminar in Policy Analysis (3)
• GOVT-730 Seminar in Comparative Politics (3)
• GOVT-732 Classics of Comparative Politics (3)
• GOVT-733 Political Institutions in Comparative Perspective (3)
• GOVT-734 Democratization: Past, Present, Future (3)
• GOVT-735 Social and Political Movements, Ethnicity and Nationalism (3)
• GOVT-743 Political Violence in Comparative Perspective (3)
• GOVT-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• GOVT-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• GOVT-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Health Care Strategic Sciences (Graduate Courses)

• HCS-600 Standards and Systems in U.S. Health Care (3)
• HCS-610 Principles of Health Information Technology and Innovation (3)
• HCS-620 Strategic Partnerships in Health Care Transformation (3)
• HCS-630 Managing Information Risk in Health Care (3)
• HCS-640 Evaluating New Models of Health Care Delivery and Payment (3)
• HCS-700 Health Care Strategic Sciences Capstone (3)

Health and Fitness (Undergraduate Courses)

• HFIT-100 Beginning Swimming (1)
• HFIT-101 Intermediate Swimming (1)
• HFIT-120 Beginning Martial Arts (1)
• HFIT-121 Intermediate Martial Arts (1)
• HFIT-125 Personal Defense (1)
• HFIT-130 Walking and Jogging (1)
• HFIT-140 Beginning Fencing (1)
• HFIT-150 Beginning Golf (1)
• HFIT-163 Yoga (1)
• HFIT-170 Recreational Activities (1-3)
• HFIT-180 Beginning Tennis (1)
• HFIT-181 Intermediate Tennis (1)
• HFIT-193 Aquatic Fitness (2)
• HFIT-195 Principles and Techniques of Weight Training (2)
• HFIT-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HFIT-197 Group Aerobic Fitness (2)
• HFIT-210 SCUBA (2)
• HFIT-211 SCUBA Certification Laboratory (1)
• HFIT-230 Cross Training (2)
• HFIT-260 Group Fitness Instructor Workshop (2)
• HFIT-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

History (Undergraduate Courses)

• HIST-100 History, Memory, and the Changeable Past FA2 (3)
• HIST-110 Renaissance and Revolutions: Europe, 1400-1815 FA2 (3)
• HIST-120 Imperialism in History FA3 (3)
• HIST-130 History of American Popular Culture (3)
• HIST-140 Modern European History: 1750 to Present FA2 (3)
• HIST-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HIST-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HIST-202 The Ancient World: Greece (3)
• HIST-203 The Ancient World: Rome (3)
• HIST-204 Medieval Europe (3)
• HIST-205 American Encounters: 1492-1865 FA2 (3)
• HIST-206 U.S. History since 1865 (3)
• HIST-208 African-American History: to 1877 (3)
• HIST-209 African-American History: 1877 to Present (3)
• HIST-210 Ethnicity in America FA4 (3)
• HIST-214 History of the World Regions (3)
• HIST-215 Social Forces that Shaped America FA2 (3)
• HIST-219 Women in America to 1850 (3)
• HIST-220 Women in America since 1850 FA4 (3)
• HIST-221 History of Britain I (3)
• HIST-222 History of Britain II (3)
• HIST-225 Russia and the Origins of Contemporary Eurasia FA3 (3)

History (Undergraduate Courses)

• HIST-231 The Russian Empire, 1650-1917 (3)
• HIST-232 The Soviet Union (3)
• HIST-235 The West in Crisis, 1900-1945 FA2 (3)
• HIST-239 Topics in European History (3)
• HIST-241 Colonial Latin America (3)
• HIST-242 Latin America since Independence (3)
• HIST-245 Modern Jewish Civilization (3)
• HIST-247 Muslim Empires 1300-1920 (3)
• HIST-248 Introduction to Modern Middle East (3)
• HIST-250 Empires and States in East Asia FA3 (3)
• HIST-251 History of Modern China (3)
• HIST-264 Precolonial Africa (3)
• HIST-285 Understanding Africa: Conquests, Protests, and Post-Independence Struggles FA3 (3)
• HIST-288 Oliver Stone’s America (3)
• HIST-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HIST-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HIST-305 Topics in Race and Ethnicity in the United States (3)
• HIST-314 History of the World Regions (3)
• HIST-322 History of Britain: 1815-Present (3)
• HIST-327 Twentieth Century Europe (3)
• HIST-330 Antiquities, Exploration, and Empire: From Pompeii to the Moon (3)
• HIST-344 Topics in Jewish History (3)
• HIST-349 Modern Iran (3)
• HIST-385 Topics in African History (3)
• HIST-390 Independent Reading Course in History (1-6)
• HIST-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HIST-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HIST-399 Conversations in History (3)
• HIST-410 Interpreting the New World (3)
• HIST-411 Atlantic World Studies (3)
• HIST-412 Studies in European History (3)
• HIST-418 Nazi Germany (3)
• HIST-419 Holocaust (3)
• HIST-428 The French Revolution (3)
• HIST-437 British Studies (3)
• HIST-438 French History since 1789 (3)
• HIST-440 Latin American Studies (3)
• HIST-443 History of Israel (3)
• HIST-445 Russian Studies (3)
• HIST-447 Asian Studies (3)
• HIST-448 American Culture in the Nuclear Age: Living with the Bomb (3)
• HIST-449 Topics in U.S. History (3)
• HIST-450 Colonial America: 1492 to 1763 (3)
• HIST-451 Era of the Revolution and Constitution (3)
• HIST-452 The Era of the New Republic, 1789-1850 (3)
• HIST-453 Civil War and Reconstruction (3)
• HIST-454 The South since Reconstruction (3)
• HIST-455 Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1920 (3)
• HIST-456 Twentieth Century America (3)
• HIST-457 America between the Wars, 1919-1941 (3)
• HIST-459 Topics in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality History (3)
• HIST-460 U.S. Foreign Relations, 1774-1918 (3)
• HIST-461 U.S. Foreign Relations since 1918 (3)
• HIST-462 America and the Cold War (3)
• HIST-464 U.S. Presidential Elections (3)
• HIST-467 Oral History (3)
• HIST-468 Topics in Public History (3)
• HIST-469 History of Medicine in the United States: from Smallpox to AIDS (3)
• HIST-470 Visual and Material Culture (3)
• HIST-471 Ideology, Culture, and American Politics (3)
• HIST-473 American Jewish History (3)
• HIST-476 U.S. Environmental History (3)
• HIST-477 History and New Media (3)
• HIST-478 Civil War Institute (3)
• HIST-479 Topics in African American History (3)
• HIST-480 Senior Thesis in History I (3)
• HIST-481 Senior Thesis in History II (3)
• HIST-482 Research Seminar (3)
• HIST-485 Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Beyond (3)
• HIST-486 The Enlightenment (3)
• HIST-490 Independent Study Project in History (1-6)
• HIST-491 Internship (1-6)
• HIST-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

History (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• HIST-078 Civil War Institute (0)
• HIST-085 Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Beyond (0)
• HIST-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• HIST-500 Studies in History (3)
• HIST-590 Independent Reading Course in History (1-6)
• HIST-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

History (Graduate Courses)

• HIST-610 Interpreting the New World (3)
• HIST-611 Atlantic World Studies (3)
• HIST-612 Studies in European History (3)
• HIST-618 Nazi Germany (3)
• HIST-619 Holocaust (3)
• HIST-628 The French Revolution (3)
• HIST-637 British Studies (3)
• HIST-638 French History since 1789 (3)
• HIST-640 Latin American Studies (3)
• HIST-643 History of Israel (3)
• HIST-645 Russian Studies (3)
• HIST-647 Asian Studies (3)
• HIST-648 American Culture in the Nuclear Age: Living with the Bomb (3)
• HIST-649 Topics in U.S. History (3)
• HIST-650 Colonial America: 1492 to 1763 (3)
• HIST-651 Era of the Revolution and Constitution (3)
• HIST-652 The Era of the New Republic, 1789-1850 (3)
• HIST-653 Civil War and Reconstruction (3)
• HIST-654 The South since Reconstruction (3)
• HIST-655 Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1920 (3)
• HIST-656 Twentieth Century America (3)

History (Graduate Courses)

• HIST-657 America between the Wars, 1919-1941 (3)
• HIST-659 Topics in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality History (3)
• HIST-660 U.S. Foreign Relations, 1774-1918 (3)
• HIST-661 U.S. Foreign Relations since 1918 (3)
• HIST-662 America and the Cold War (3)
• HIST-664 U.S. Presidential Elections (3)
• HIST-667 Oral History (3)
• HIST-668 Topics in Public History (3)
• HIST-669 History of Medicine in the United States: from Smallpox to AIDS (3)
• HIST-670 Visual and Material Culture (3)
• HIST-671 Ideology, Culture, and American Politics (3)
• HIST-673 American Jewish History (3)
• HIST-676 U.S. Environmental History (3)
• HIST-677 History and New Media (3)
• HIST-678 Civil War Institute (3)
• HIST-679 Topics in African American History (3)
• HIST-685 Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Beyond (3)
• HIST-686 The Enlightenment (3)
• HIST-690 Independent Study Project in History (1-6)
• HIST-691 Internship (1-6)
• HIST-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HIST-720 Colloquium in Modern European History 1789-1900 (3)
• HIST-721 Colloquium in Modern European History since 1900 (3)
• HIST-727 Colloquium in United States History I: to 1865 (3)
• HIST-728 Colloquium in United States History II: since 1865 (3)
• HIST-729 Public History Seminar (3)
• HIST-730 Public History Practicum (3)
• HIST-744 The Historian’s Craft (3)
• HIST-751 Graduate Research Seminar (3)
• HIST-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HIST-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)
• HIST-799 Doctoral Dissertation Seminar (1-12)
• HIST-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• HIST-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

University Honors Program (Undergraduate Courses)

• HNRS-040 University Honors Study/Travel (0)
• HNRS-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• HNRS-097 Honors Research Module (0)
• HNRS-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HNRS-200 Honors Inquiry I (4)
• HNRS-210 Honors Inquiry II (4)
• HNRS-220 Honors Inquiry III (4)
• HNRS-230 Honors Inquiry IV (4)
• HNRS-300 Honors Colloquium in Arts and Humanities (3)
• HNRS-301 Honors Colloquium in Natural and Mathematical Sciences (3)
• HNRS-302 Honors Colloquium in Social Sciences (3)
• HNRS-390 Honors Independent Reading Course (1-6)
• HNRS-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• HNRS-397 Honors Research Module (1)
• HNRS-398 Honors Challenge Course (3)
• HNRS-400 Advanced University Honors Colloquium (3)
• HNRS-490 Honors Independent Study Project (1-6)
• HNRS-498 University Honors Capstone (1-6)

Health Promotion (Undergraduate Courses)

• HPRM-196 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)
• HPRM-200 Lifetime Health and Fitness (3)
• HPRM-205 Introduction to Nutrition FA5 (3)
• HPRM-215 Peer Health Education: Health and Wellness (2)
• HPRM-216 Peer Health Education: Health and Wellness Practicum (1)
• HPRM-240 Introduction to Health Promotion (3)
• HPRM-245 Multicultural Health FA4 (3)
• HPRM-250 Strategies in Stress Management (3)
• HPRM-265 Wellness Advocates (3)
• HPRM-270 First Aid, CPR, and Medical Emergencies (3)
• HPRM-273 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (3)
• HPRM-280 Sports Psychology (3)
• HPRM-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HPRM-296 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)
• HPRM-323 Issues in Women’s Health (3)
• HPRM-325 Exercise Physiology (3)
• HPRM-335 Heath Promotion Program Planning (3)
• HPRM-390 Independent Reading Course (1-6)
• HPRM-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HPRM-396 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)
• HPRM-410 Health Promotion Management (3)
• HPRM-441 Health Communication (3)
• HPRM-480 Health Policy and Behavior Change (3)
• HPRM-488 Senior Seminar (3)
• HPRM-490 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• HPRM-491 Internship in Health Promotion (1-6)
• HPRM-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• HPRM-496 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Health Promotion (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• HPRM-515 Applied Human Physiology and Testing II (3)
• HPRM-525 Health in the School Environment (3)
• HPRM-530 Sports Nutrition (3)
• HPRM-535 Global Nutrition (3)
• HPRM-570 Strategies for Weight Control (3)
• HPRM-575 Global Health (3)
• HPRM-585 Global Health Policy (3)
• HPRM-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Health Promotion (Graduate Courses)

• HPRM-605 Applied Human Physiology and Testing (3)
• HPRM-610 Life Cycle Nutrition (3)
• HPRM-618 Strategic Planning in Health Promotion (3)
• HPRM-620 Critical Issues (3)
• HPRM-625 Nutrition Epidemiology and Research Methods (3)
• HPRM-630 Nutrition Education Methods I (3)
• HPRM-640 Nutrition Education Methods II (3)
• HPRM-641 Health Communication (3)
• HPRM-645 Nutrition for Health (3)
• HPRM-650 Behavior Change in Health Promotion (3)
• HPRM-651 Programming for Health Promotion (3)
• HPRM-655 Vitamins and Minerals (3)

Health Promotion (Graduate Courses)

• HPRM-660 Multicultural Health (3)
• HPRM-661 Health Promotion in Healthcare (3)
• HPRM-665 Assessment and Evaluation of Health Fitness Parameters (3)
• HPRM-680 Health Policy and Behavior Change (3)
• HPRM-681 Research Methodology (3)
• HPRM-682 In-Service Training (3-6)
• HPRM-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• HPRM-691 Internship (1-6)
• HPRM-696 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)
• HPRM-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Business: International Business (Undergraduate Courses)

• IBUS-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• IBUS-200 The Global Marketplace FA3 (3)
• IBUS-244 International Management Practices (2-3)
• IBUS-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• IBUS-300 Fundamentals of International Business (3)
• IBUS-301 International Marketing (3)
• IBUS-303 Learning from Global Enterprise Failure (3)
• IBUS-320 Practice of Business in the European Union (3)
• IBUS-340 Sustainability and Global Strategy (3)
• IBUS-350 Global Emerging Markets (3)
• IBUS-390 Independent Reading Course in International Business (1-3)
• IBUS-391 Internship in International Business (1-6)
• IBUS-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• IBUS-401 Cultural Environment of International Business (3)
• IBUS-402 International Human Resource Management (3)
• IBUS-408 Export-Import Management (3)
• IBUS-420 International Business and Trade Seminar I (4)
• IBUS-421 International Business and Trade Seminar II (4)
• IBUS-422 International Business and Trade Seminar Research Project (4)
• IBUS-423 International Business and Trade Internship (4)
• IBUS-450 Microfinance in Global Business Development (3)
• IBUS-461 Islamic Finance in the Global Economy (3)
• IBUS-463 International Finance (3)
• IBUS-471 Peace through Entrepreneurship and Global Business Practicum (3)
• IBUS-490 Independent Study Project in International Business (1-3)
• IBUS-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: International Business (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• IBUS-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• IBUS-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: International Business (Graduate Courses)

• IBUS-608 Export-Import Management (3)
• IBUS-618 Manager in the International Economy (3)
• IBUS-619 Seminar in Global Business and International Trade (3)
• IBUS-641 Social Sustainability Strategy (3)
• IBUS-645 Trade and Project Finance in Global Markets (3)
• IBUS-650 Microfinance in Global Business Development (3)
• IBUS-661 Islamic Finance in the Global Economy (3)
• IBUS-671 Peace through Entrepreneurship and Global Business Practicum (3)
• IBUS-685 Topics in International Business (1.5-9)
• IBUS-687 Global Project Experience (2)
• IBUS-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• IBUS-691 Internship (1-3)
• IBUS-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• IBUS-700 International Finance (3)
• IBUS-734 International Dimensions in Management: Research (1)
• IBUS-744 International Dimensions in Management: Study Abroad Project (2-3)
• IBUS-745 Global Supply Chain Management (3)
• IBUS-747 Doing Business in Different National and Cultural Environments (1.5)
• IBUS-748 Management in Emerging Markets (1.5)
• IBUS-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Interdisciplinary (Undergraduate Courses)

• IDIS-070 Introduction to the Fields of Medicine (0)
• IDIS-101 Community-Based Research Lab (1)
• IDIS-210 Contemporary Multi-Ethnic Voices FA4 (3)
• IDIS-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Israel Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• ISR-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ISR-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ISR-390 Independent Reading Course in Israel Studies (1-6)
• ISR-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ISR-490 Independent Study Project in Israel Studies (1-6)
• ISR-491 Internship in Israel Studies (1-6)
• ISR-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Information Technology (Undergraduate Courses)

• ITEC-200 The Edge of Information Technology (3)
• ITEC-210 Data Analysis for Business (1)
• ITEC-320 Business Analytics (3)
• ITEC-333 Topics in Information Technology (3)
• ITEC-334 Online Application Development (3)
• ITEC-335 Social Networking, Social Media, and Web 2.0 (3)
• ITEC-350 Digital Leadership and Strategy (3)
• ITEC-355 Production/Operations Management (3)
• ITEC-388 Information Technology for Financial Services (3)
• ITEC-390 Independent Reading Course in Information Technology (1-3)
• ITEC-391 Internship in Information Technology (1-6)
• ITEC-454 Fundamentals of Digital and Mobile Commerce (3)
• ITEC-455 Business Process Analysis (3)
• ITEC-460 Business Intelligence (3)
• ITEC-466 Cyber Security Risk Management (3)
• ITEC-470 Database and Big Data (3)
• ITEC-477 Microsoft Certification (1)
• ITEC-490 Independent Study Project in Information Technology (1-3)
• ITEC-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Information Technology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• ITEC-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Information Technology (Graduate Courses)

• ITEC-601 IT Tools for Managers (1.5)
• ITEC-610 Applied Managerial Statistics (3)
• ITEC-611 Applied Management Science (3)
• ITEC-616 Management Information Systems (3)
• ITEC-617 Information and Technology (1.5)
• ITEC-618 Applied Production and Operations Management (1.5)
• ITEC-620 Business Insights through Analytics (3)
• ITEC-621 Predictive Analytics (3)
• ITEC-623 Organizational and Social Network Analytics (3)
• ITEC-630 Business Process Analysis (3)
• ITEC-631 Operations and Information Management (3)

Business: Information Technology (Graduate Courses)

• ITEC-636 Management Information Systems for Public and Nonprofit Organizations (3)
• ITEC-640 Global Connectivity (1.5)
• ITEC-641 Global Collaborative Technology and Virtual Teams (1.5)
• ITEC-643 Project Management (3)
• ITEC-652 Strategic Management of Global Information Systems (1.5)
• ITEC-653 Managing the Global Information Systems Organization (1.5)
• ITEC-654 Nations, Policy, and Information Technology (1.5)
• ITEC-655 Outsourcing and Offshoring (1.5)
• ITEC-656 Topics in Management of Global Information Technology (1.5)
• ITEC-658 International Electronic Commerce (1.5)
• ITEC-660 Business Intelligence (3)
• ITEC-666 Cyber Security Risk Management (3)
• ITEC-670 Database and Big Data (3)
• ITEC-677 Microsoft Certification (1)
• ITEC-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• ITEC-691 Internship (1-3)
• ITEC-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• ITEC-700 The Information Systems Organization and Information Technology Staffing (3)
• ITEC-701 Architectures and Infrastructures for Delivering Information Technology Services (1.5)
• ITEC-702 Quantitative Methods for Information Technology Management (1.5)
• ITEC-704 Finance and Accounting for Information Technology Management (3)
• ITEC-705 Systems Analysis and Design (3)
• ITEC-707 Information Technology Operations Management (1.5)
• ITEC-708 Information Technology Systems Engineering and Project Management (3)
• ITEC-709 Managing the Information Technology Vendor Relationship (1.5)
• ITEC-710 Managing the Global Information Technology Organization (1.5)
• ITEC-711 Information Technology Management Capstone (3)
• ITEC-712 Information Security Management (1.5)
• ITEC-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Justice, Law and Criminology (Undergraduate Courses)

• JLC-101 Introduction to Law (3)
• JLC-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• JLC-103 Critical Issues in Justice (3)
• JLC-104 Introduction to Systems of Justice (3)
• JLC-110 Western Legal Tradition FA2 (3)
• JLC-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JLC-200 Deprivation of Liberty FA4 (3)
• JLC-201 Philosophical Problems in the Law (3)
• JLC-202 History of International Thought and Law (3)
• JLC-205 Introduction to Criminology (3)
• JLC-206 Justice and Deviant Behavior (3)
• JLC-210 Policing in America: An Introductory Survey (3)
• JLC-211 Contemporary Issues in American Law Enforcement (3)
• JLC-215 Violence and Institutions FA4 (3)
• JLC-225 American Legal Culture FA2 (3)
• JLC-230 Corrections in America (3)
• JLC-245 Cities and Crime FA4 (3)
• JLC-280 Introduction to Justice Research (3)
• JLC-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JLC-302 Law and Social Theory (3)
• JLC-308 Justice, Morality, and the Law (3)
• JLC-309 Justice and Public Policy (3)
• JLC-310 The Legal Profession (3)
• JLC-313 Organized Crime (3)
• JLC-315 White-Collar and Commercial Crime (3)
• JLC-332 Corrections and the Constitution (3)
• JLC-333 Law, Psychology, and Justice (3)
• JLC-342 Judicial Administration (3)
• JLC-343 Issues in Civil Justice (3)
• JLC-352 Psychiatry and the Law (3)
• JLC-368 Juvenile Delinquency: Causes, Prevention and Treatment (3)
• JLC-390 Independent Reading Course in Justice (1-6)
• JLC-391 Internship (1-6)
• JLC-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JLC-401 Criminal Behavior: A Psychosocial Analysis (3)
• JLC-402 Comparative Systems of Law and Justice (3)
• JLC-405 Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice (3)
• JLC-410 Topics in Legal Theory (3)
• JLC-411 Topics in Legal History (3)
• JLC-413 Topics in Law and Social Science (3)
• JLC-417 Victimology (3)
• JLC-420 Law and Society (3)
• JLC-421 Justice in the Face of Terror (3)
• JLC-422 Justice Workshop (1-6)
• JLC-426 Domestic Violence (3)
• JLC-431 The Prison Community (3)
• JLC-435 Gender and the Law (3)
• JLC-436 Reproduction and the Law (3)
• JLC-444 Topics in Criminal Justice (3)
• JLC-445 Topics in Criminology (3)
• JLC-451 Drugs, Crime, and Public Policy (3)
• JLC-454 Violence, Justice and the Law (3)
• JLC-458 The Juvenile and the Law (3)
• JLC-464 Transforming Communities Seminar I (4)
• JLC-465 Transforming Communities Seminar II (4)
• JLC-466 Transforming Communities Research Project (4)
• JLC-467 Transforming Communities Internship (4)
• JLC-470 Causes of Terrorism and Political Violence (3)
• JLC-471 Evolution of Global Jihad (3)
• JLC-474 Domestic Terrorism and Political Violence (3)
• JLC-475 Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Practice (3)
• JLC-477 Security Challenges in South Asia (3)
• JLC-478 Investigating Terrorism (3)
• JLC-479 Prosecution of Terrorism (3)
• JLC-482 Crime and Conflict Nexus (3)
• JLC-483 Cyber Threats and Security (3)
• JLC-484 Intelligence Analysis (3)
• JLC-485 Topics in Terrorism (3)
• JLC-490 Independent Study Project in Justice (1-6)
• JLC-491 Internship in a Justice Setting (1-6)
• JLC-492 Washington Justice Seminar I: A National and Intergovernmental Perspective (4)

Justice, Law and Criminology (Undergraduate Courses)

• JLC-493 Washington Justice Seminar II: A National and Intergovernmental Perspective (4)
• JLC-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Justice, Law and Criminology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• JLC-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)

Justice, Law and Criminology (Graduate Courses)

• JLC-601 Law and Social Sciences (3)
• JLC-602 Legal Theory (3)
• JLC-603 The Rule of Law and Due Process (3)
• JLC-604 Foundations of Knowledge (3)
• JLC-605 Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice (3)
• JLC-606 Legal History Seminar (3)
• JLC-607 Concept of Justice (3)
• JLC-608 The Constitution and Criminal Procedure (3)
• JLC-609 Criminological Theory (3)
• JLC-610 Justice and Public Policy: Controversial Issues (3)
• JLC-615 Law and Human Rights (3)
• JLC-617 Victimology (3)
• JLC-620 Law and Society (3)
• JLC-621 Justice in the Face of Terror (3)
• JLC-622 Justice Workshop (1-6)
• JLC-626 Domestic Violence (3)
• JLC-630 Advanced Seminar in Legal Theory (3)
• JLC-631 Advanced Seminar in Social and Political Theory (3)
• JLC-635 Gender and the Law (3)
• JLC-636 Reproduction and the Law (3)
• JLC-638 Race and Justice in America (3)
• JLC-643 Advanced Seminar in Policing (3)
• JLC-648 Law and Religion (3)
• JLC-650 Constitutionalism in Historical Perspective (3)
• JLC-651 Drugs, Crime, and Public Policy (3)
• JLC-670 Causes of Terrorism and Political Violence (3)
• JLC-671 Evolution of Global Jihad (3)
• JLC-672 Terrorism, Crime, and Public Policy (3)
• JLC-673 Seminar on National Security Policy (3)
• JLC-674 Domestic Terrorism and Political Violence (3)
• JLC-675 Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Practice (3)
• JLC-676 Theories of Punishment (3)
• JLC-677 Security Challenges in South Asia (3)
• JLC-678 Investigating Terrorism (3)
• JLC-679 Prosecution of Terrorism (3)
• JLC-680 Introduction to Justice Research I (3)
• JLC-681 Introduction to Justice Research II (3)
• JLC-682 Crime and Conflict Nexus (3)
• JLC-683 Cyber Threats and Security (3)
• JLC-684 Intelligence Analysis (3)
• JLC-685 Topics in Terrorism (3)
• JLC-686 Advanced Seminar in Corrections (3)
• JLC-690 Independent Study Project in Justice (1-6)
• JLC-691 Internship in a Justice Setting (1-6)
• JLC-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JLC-710 Proseminar in Justice (3)
• JLC-720 Proseminar in Law and Society (3)
• JLC-790 Doctoral Independent Study in Justice, Law and Criminology (1-6)
• JLC-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JLC-797 Master’s Thesis Research (3-6)
• JLC-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• JLC-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Jewish Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

• JWST-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JWST-205 Ancient and Medieval Jewish Civilization FA2 (3)
• JWST-210 Voices of Modern Jewish Literature FA2 (3)
• JWST-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JWST-320 Topics in Jewish Culture (3)
• JWST-390 Independent Reading Course in Jewish Studies (1-6)
• JWST-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• JWST-481 Senior Thesis in Jewish Studies I (3)
• JWST-482 Senior Thesis in Jewish Studies II (3)
• JWST-490 Independent Study Project in Jewish Studies (1-6)
• JWST-491 Internship in Jewish Studies (1-6)
• JWST-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Jewish Studies (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• JWST-590 Independent Reading Course in Jewish Studies (1-6)
• JWST-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Jewish Studies (Graduate Courses)

• JWST-690 Independent Study Project in Jewish Studies (1-6)
• JWST-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business (Undergraduate Courses)

• FIN-410 The Tools of Financial Markets (1)
• KSB-100 Business 1.0 (3)
• KSB-132 Innovative Applications (1)
• KSB-191 Field Experience (.25)
• KSB-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-3)
• KSB-200 Foundations of Career Development (1)
• KSB-211 Business Professionalism (2)
• KSB-252 Washington Initiative (1-2)
• KSB-253 Road Scholars (1)
• KSB-255 Persuasive Business Communications (2)
• KSB-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-3)
• KSB-300 Personal Branding and the Career Campaign (1)
• KSB-339 Rome Business Program
• KSB-349 WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
• KSB-350 AU Abroad Business Program (3)
• KSB-352 ESCP-Europe (12-17)
• KSB-377 International University of Monaco
• KSB-388 Kuwait University-College of Business Administration
• KSB-390 Independent Reading in Business (1-3)
• KSB-391 Internship (1-6)
• KSB-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• KSB-410 SKEMA Business School
• KSB-456 Management Communications for Social Responsibility (3)
• KSB-490 Independent Research in Business (1-3)
• KSB-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-4)

Business (Graduate Courses)

• FIN-610 The Tools of Financial Markets (1)
• KSB-075 Career Management 1: First Year Foundations and Internship Search (0)
• KSB-076 Career Management 2: Full-time Search Realignment and Post-MBA Professionalism (0)
• KSB-081 Business Communications (0)

Business (Graduate Courses)

• KSB-091 Internship (0)
• KSB-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-3)
• KSB-600 Bridge to Business (3)
• KSB-602 Strategic Decision-Making in a Global Environment (3)
• KSB-609 Business at the Private-Public Intersection (3)
• KSB-610 Strategic Thinking (1.5)
• KSB-612 Strategic Thinking for Decisions (3)
• KSB-613 Strategic Decision Making (3)
• KSB-620 Analytics Practicum I (1.5)
• KSB-621 Analytics Practicum II (1.5)
• KSB-630 Business Capitals Immersion (1.5)
• KSB-631 Managerial Accounting and Operations Management (3)
• KSB-653 Business Leadership and Skills Workshop (1)
• KSB-655 Business Communications (1)
• KSB-656 Management Communications for Social Responsibility (3)
• KSB-658 Business Principles for Strategic Communication (3)
• KSB-688 Consulting Practicum (3)
• KSB-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-3)
• KSB-749 WHU-European MBA Summer Institute
• KSB-750 ESCP-Europe Summer Session
• KSB-751 WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
• KSB-752 ESCP-Europe

Literature (Undergraduate Courses)

• LIT-010 College Reading (2)
• LIT-021 College Writing Skills for High School Students (0)
• LIT-022 Writing College Application Essays (0)
• LIT-107 Creative Writing Across Genres FA1 (3)
• LIT-121 Rethinking Literature FA1 (3)
• LIT-125 Great Books that Shaped the Western World FA2 (3)
• LIT-146 Critical Approach to the Cinema FA1 (3)
• LIT-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• LIT-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• LIT-201 The Art of Changing Minds FA1 (3)
• LIT-202 Writing for Prospective Lawyers (3)
• LIT-203 Business Writing (3)
• LIT-210 Survey of American Literature I (3)
• LIT-211 Survey of American Literature II (3)
• LIT-215 Writers in Print/in Person FA1 (3)
• LIT-220 Survey of British Literature I (3)
• LIT-221 Survey of British Literature II (3)
• LIT-225 African Literature FA1 (3)
• LIT-232 Shakespeare FA1 (3)
• LIT-235 African-American Literature FA2 (3)
• LIT-240 Asian American Literature FA2 (3)
• LIT-242 Chinese Literature and Society (3)
• LIT-245 The Experience of Poetry FA1 (3)
• LIT-246 Cinema and the Twentieth Century FA1 (3)
• LIT-250 Literature, Film and Globalization FA3 (3)
• LIT-251 First-Year Seminar (3)
• LIT-252 Survey of Literary Theory (3)
• LIT-265 Literature and Society in Victorian England FA2 (3)
• LIT-267 Literatures of the Global South FA3 (3)
• LIT-281 Power, Discourse, and Popular Culture FA2 (3)
• LIT-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• LIT-301 Advanced Composition (3)
• LIT-308 Studies in Genre (3)
• LIT-309 Contemporary British Theater (3)
• LIT-310 Major Authors (3)
• LIT-315 Topics in American Romanticism (3)
• LIT-316 Nineteenth Century American Novel (3)
• LIT-318 Topics in American Realism (3)
• LIT-321 Topics in American Modernism (3)
• LIT-322 Topics in Contemporary American Literature (3)
• LIT-332 Shakespeare Studies (3)
• LIT-334 Topics in Renaissance Literature (3)
• LIT-335 Studies in African American Literature (3)
• LIT-337 Topics in Restoration and Enlightenment Literature (3)
• LIT-340 Topics in Nineteenth Century British and European Literature (3)
• LIT-341 Topics in Romantic Literature (3)
• LIT-343 Topics in British and European Modernism (3)
• LIT-346 Topics in Film (3)
• LIT-347 Spain and Latin America through Literature and Film (3)
• LIT-350 Literature of Central Europe in the Twentieth Century (3)
• LIT-360 Topics in Medieval Literature (3)
• LIT-365 Mediterranean Literature (3)
• LIT-367 Topics in World Literature (3)
• LIT-370 Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies (3)
• LIT-379 Mediterranean Cross-Cultural Cinema (3)
• LIT-381 Topics in Cultural Studies (3)
• LIT-390 Independent Reading Course in Literature (1-6)
• LIT-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• LIT-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• LIT-400 Creative Writing: Fiction (3)
• LIT-401 Creative Writing: Poetry (3)
• LIT-402 Creative Writing: Film Script (3)
• LIT-403 Creative Writing: Nonfiction (3)
• LIT-405 Seminar on Translation (3)
• LIT-422 Advanced Studies in Contemporary Literature (3)
• LIT-434 Advanced Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Literature (3)
• LIT-435 Advanced Studies in African American Literature (3)
• LIT-437 Advanced Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-440 Advanced Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-443 Advanced Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-446 Advanced Studies in Film (3)
• LIT-467 Advanced Studies in World Literature (3)
• LIT-479 Senior Seminar in Literature: The Value of Literature (3)
• LIT-480 Senior Project in Literature (3)
• LIT-481 Advanced Studies in Culture (3)
• LIT-490 Independent Study Project in Literature (1-6)
• LIT-491 Practical Internship in Literature (1-6)
• LIT-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Literature (Undergraduate Courses)

• LIT-499 Honors, Senior Year (3)

Literature (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Course)

• LIT-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• LIT-590 Independent Reading Course in Literature (1-6)
• LIT-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Literature (Graduate Course)

• LIT-608 Studies in Genre (3)
• LIT-622 Advanced Studies in Contemporary Literature (3)
• LIT-634 Advanced Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Literature (3)
• LIT-635 Advanced Studies in African American Literature (3)
• LIT-637 Advanced Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-640 Advanced Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-643 Advanced Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-646 Advanced Studies in Film (3)
• LIT-650 Theories and Methodologies (3)
• LIT-651 Reading in Genre: Poetry (3)
• LIT-652 Reading in Genre: Drama (3)
• LIT-653 Reading in Genre: Novel (3)
• LIT-654 Reading in Genre: Cinema (3)
• LIT-667 Advanced Studies in World Literature (3)
• LIT-681 Advanced Studies in Culture (3)
• LIT-690 Independent Study Project in Literature (1-6)
• LIT-691 Graduate Internship (1-6)
• LIT-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• LIT-700 Advanced Fiction Workshop (3)
• LIT-701 Advanced Poetry Workshop (3)
• LIT-702 Creative Writing: Film Script (3)
• LIT-703 Creative Storytelling Workshop (3)
• LIT-704 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Workshop (3)
• LIT-705 Seminar on Translation (3)
• LIT-710 The Art of Literary Journalism (3)
• LIT-730 Teaching Composition (3)
• LIT-731 Teaching of Writing Practicum (3)
• LIT-732 Seminar in Literary Theory (3)
• LIT-733 Special Topics in Literature (3)
• LIT-735 Seminar in Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-736 Seminar in Eighteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-737 Seminar in Nineteenth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-738 Seminar in Twentieth Century Literature (3)
• LIT-750 Folger Seminar in Renaissance and Eighteenth Century Studies (3)
• LIT-793 Directed Research in Literature (3)
• LIT-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• LIT-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar (1-6)

Mathematics (Undergraduate Courses)

• MATH-150 Finite Mathematics (3)
• MATH-151 Finite Mathematics (3)
• MATH-154 Great Ideas in Mathematics (4)
• MATH-155 Elementary Mathematical Models (3)
• MATH-160 Applied Precalculus (3)
• MATH-170 Precalculus Mathematics (3)
• MATH-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MATH-211 Applied Calculus I (4)
• MATH-220 Bridge from Applied Calculus I to Calculus II (1)
• MATH-221 Calculus I (4)
• MATH-222 Calculus II (4)
• MATH-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• MATH-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MATH-310 Linear Algebra (3)
• MATH-313 Calculus III (4)
• MATH-321 Differential Equations (3)
• MATH-345 Introduction to Game Theory (3)
• MATH-390 Independent Reading Course in Mathematics (1-6)
• MATH-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MATH-401 Probability (3)
• MATH-403 Foundations of Mathematics (3)
• MATH-404 Advanced Calculus of Several Variables (3)
• MATH-405 Mathematical Logic (3)
• MATH-410 Geometry (3)
• MATH-412 Introduction to Modern Algebra (3)
• MATH-413 Rings and Fields (3)
• MATH-415 Number Theory (3)
• MATH-420 Introduction to Analysis (3)
• MATH-421 Measure Theory and Integration (3)
• MATH-428 Competitive Mathematics (1)
• MATH-440 Topology (3)
• MATH-450 Complex Analysis (3)
• MATH-451 Partial Differential Equations (3)
• MATH-460 Tools of Scientific Computing (3)
• MATH-465 Numerical Analysis: Basic Problems (3)
• MATH-470 History of Mathematics (3)
• MATH-480 Advanced Topics in Mathematics (3)
• MATH-490 Independent Study Project in Mathematics (1-6)
• MATH-491 Internship (1-6)
• MATH-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Mathematics (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• MATH-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• MATH-565 Mathematical Applications of Interest and Derivatives (3)

Mathematics (Graduate Courses)

• MATH-601 Harmonic Analysis (3)
• MATH-603 Foundations of Mathematics (3)
• MATH-604 Advanced Calculus of Several Variables (3)
• MATH-605 Mathematical Logic (3)
• MATH-610 Geometry (3)
• MATH-612 Introduction to Modern Algebra (3)
• MATH-613 Rings and Fields (3)
• MATH-615 Number Theory (3)
• MATH-620 Introduction to Analysis (3)
• MATH-621 Measure Theory and Integration (3)
• MATH-640 Topology (3)
• MATH-650 Complex Variables (3)
• MATH-651 Partial Differential Equations (3)
• MATH-660 Tools of Scientific Computing (3)
• MATH-665 Numerical Analysis: Basic Problems (3)
• MATH-670 History of Mathematics (3)
• MATH-680 Advanced Topics in Mathematics (3)

Mathematics (Graduate Courses)

• MATH-685 Practicum in Mathematics Education (3)
• MATH-690 Independent Study Project in Mathematics (1-6)
• MATH-691 Internship (1-6)
• MATH-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MATH-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Business: Management (Undergraduate Courses)

• MGMT-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MGMT-201 Global Corporate Citizenship FA3 (3)
• MGMT-203 The Legal Environment of Business (3)
• MGMT-230 Global Sustainability FA3 (3)
• MGMT-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• MGMT-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MGMT-301 The Entertainment Industry: Structure and Business Models (3)
• MGMT-302 Entertainment Law (3)
• MGMT-304 Protecting the Creative Class in the Face of Technological Innovation (3)
• MGMT-305 Music Publishing and Copyright (3)
• MGMT-353 Management and Organizational Behavior (3)
• MGMT-360 Nonprofit and Social Entrepreneurship (3)
• MGMT-361 Global Entrepreneurship and Micro Enterprises (3)
• MGMT-381 Managing Human Capital (3)
• MGMT-382 Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3)
• MGMT-383 Entrepreneurship Business Plans: Creating and Building Ventures (3)
• MGMT-390 Independent Reading Course in Management (1-3)
• MGMT-391 Internship in Management (1-6)
• MGMT-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• MGMT-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MGMT-403 Representing Talent (3)
• MGMT-409 Leading High Performance Teams (3)
• MGMT-417 Sustainability Systems: Business, Science, Policy, and International Issues (3)
• MGMT-442 Sustainable Products and Purchasing (3)
• MGMT-443 Water, Energy and Sustainable Enterprise (3)
• MGMT-444 Managing for Climate Change (3)
• MGMT-458 Business Policy and Strategy (3)
• MGMT-465 Negotiation (3)
• MGMT-469 New Venture Startup: Operational, Financial, and Legal Strategies (3)
• MGMT-471 Peace through Entrepreneurship and Global Business Practicum (3)
• MGMT-484 Consulting and Project Management (3)
• MGMT-490 Independent Study Project in Management (1-3)
• MGMT-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• MGMT-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Management (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• MGMT-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Management (Graduate Courses)

• MGMT-607 High Performance Teams (1.5)
• MGMT-608 Negotiations Strategy and Tactics (1.5)
• MGMT-609 Management of Organizations and Human Capital (3)
• MGMT-611 Leading and Managing Change (3)
• MGMT-617 Sustainability Systems: Business, Science, Policy, and International Issues (3)
• MGMT-623 Organizational and Social Network Analytics (3)
• MGMT-624 Applied Strategic Management in a Global Environment (3)
• MGMT-626 Management Consulting Practices and Methodologies (3)
• MGMT-632 Strategic Human Capital Management (3)
• MGMT-633 Leading People and Organizations (3)
• MGMT-634 Leading Teams in Modern Organizations (3)
• MGMT-635 Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Governance (1.5)
• MGMT-642 Sustainable Products and Purchasing (3)
• MGMT-643 Water, Energy and Sustainable Enterprise (3)
• MGMT-644 Managing for Climate Change (3)
• MGMT-660 Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3)
• MGMT-661 Entrepreneurship Practicum: New Venture Business Plan (3)
• MGMT-663 Managing Private and Family Businesses (1.5)
• MGMT-664 Leadership: Exploring Styles and Developing Competencies (3)
• MGMT-665 Negotiations (3)
• MGMT-666 Strategic Alliances, Mergers, and Acquisitions (3)
• MGMT-667 Corporate Entrepreneurship: Creating High Potential Ventures (1.5)
• MGMT-668 Global Entrepreneurship and Micro Ventures (3)
• MGMT-669 New Venture Startup: Operational, Financial, and Legal Strategies (3)
• MGMT-670 Nonprofit and Social Entrepreneurship and Strategy (3)
• MGMT-671 Peace through Entrepreneurship and Global Business Practicum (3)
• MGMT-685 Topics in Management (1.5-3)
• MGMT-687 Corporate Governance (3)
• MGMT-688 Consulting Practicum (3)
• MGMT-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• MGMT-691 Internship (1-3)
• MGMT-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MGMT-720 Applied Sustainability Management (3)
• MGMT-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Marketing (Undergraduate Courses)

• MKTG-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MKTG-250 Fundamentals of Marketing and Business for Communications (3)
• MKTG-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MKTG-300 Principles of Marketing (3)
• MKTG-301 Consumer Behavior (3)
• MKTG-302 Marketing Research (3)
• MKTG-311 Internet Marketing (3)
• MKTG-390 Independent Reading Course in Marketing (1-3)
• MKTG-391 Internship in Marketing (1-6)
• MKTG-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MKTG-402 Marketing Strategy (3)
• MKTG-411 Advertising and Marketing Communications Management (3)
• MKTG-412 Advertising and Promotion Campaigns (3)
• MKTG-421 Brand Management (3)
• MKTG-431 Direct Response Marketing (3)
• MKTG-471 New Product Management (3)
• MKTG-490 Independent Study Project in Marketing (1-3)
• MKTG-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• MKTG-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Marketing (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• MKTG-541 Sports Marketing Management (3)
• MKTG-551 Marketing for Social Change (3)
• MKTG-561 Data Driven Marketing and Customer Management (3)
• MKTG-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Marketing (Graduate Courses)

• MKTG-612 Marketing Management (3)
• MKTG-632 Understanding the Marketplace and Consumer (3)
• MKTG-641 Digital Advertising and Search Engine Marketing (1.5)

Business: Marketing (Graduate Courses)

• MKTG-642 Managing Digital Brand Identities (1.5)
• MKTG-651 Strategic Marketing for Nonprofits (1.5)
• MKTG-655 Entertainment Marketing (1.5)
• MKTG-671 New Product Management (3)
• MKTG-685 Topics in Marketing (1.5-3)
• MKTG-688 Applied Client Project (3)
• MKTG-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• MKTG-691 Internship (1-3)
• MKTG-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• MKTG-750 Internet Marketing Management (1.5)
• MKTG-754 Database Marketing (1.5)
• MKTG-755 Applied Market Segmentation (1.5)
• MKTG-761 Buyer Behavior (1.5)
• MKTG-762 Integrated Marketing Communication (3)
• MKTG-763 Overview of Integrated Marketing Communications (1.5)
• MKTG-765 Brand Strategy (3)
• MKTG-767 Research for Marketing Decisions (3)

Performing Arts: Applied Music (Undergraduate Courses)

• MUS-001 Applied Music Performance Lab (0)
• MUS-121 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (1)
• MUS-122 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (2)
• MUS-334 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (4)
• MUS-434 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (4)

Performing Arts: Applied Music (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• MUS-021 Private Instrument (0)
• MUS-022 Private Instrument (0)
• MUS-534 Studio Accompanying (2)

Performing Arts: Applied Music (Graduate Courses)

• MUS-791 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (1)
• MUS-792 Private Instrumental or Vocal Study (2)

Neuroscience (Undergraduate Courses)

• NEUR-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• NEUR-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• NEUR-210 The Brain (3)
• NEUR-220 The Neuron (3)
• NEUR-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• NEUR-310 Cognitive Neuroscience with Laboratory (4)
• NEUR-320 Behavioral Neuroscience with Laboratory (4)
• NEUR-330 Neurobiology with Laboratory (4)
• NEUR-380 Computational Methods in Brain and Behavioral Science (4)
• NEUR-390 Independent Reading in Neuroscience (1-6)
• NEUR-391 Internship in Neuroscience (1-6)
• NEUR-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• NEUR-490 Independent Research in Neuroscience (1-6)
• NEUR-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Performing Arts (Undergraduate Courses)

• PERF-100 Introductory Music Colloquium (1)
• PERF-102 Modern Dance I (3)
• PERF-103 Beginning Jazz Dance (3)
• PERF-104 Beginning Ballet (3)
• PERF-108 Beginning Tap Dance (3)
• PERF-109 Dance Practicum (1)
• PERF-110 Understanding Music FA1 (3)
• PERF-111 Class Piano Level I (1)
• PERF-112 Class Piano Level II (1)
• PERF-113 Class Guitar (1)
• PERF-114 Class Voice (1)
• PERF-115 Theatre: Principles, Plays, and Performance FA1 (3)
• PERF-118 World Music FA1 (3)
• PERF-120 Music Fundamentals (3)
• PERF-124 Music Theory I (3)
• PERF-125 Music Theory II (3)
• PERF-126 Musicianship I (3)
• PERF-127 Musicianship II (3)
• PERF-142 University Chorus (1)
• PERF-143 University Chamber Singers (1)
• PERF-144 University Orchestra (1)
• PERF-145 Chamber Ensembles (1)
• PERF-146 Jazz Orchestra (1)
• PERF-147 Symphonic Band (1)
• PERF-150 Pep Band (1)
• PERF-161 Gospel Choir (1)
• PERF-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PERF-200 Dance as an Art Form FA1 (3)
• PERF-202 Modern Dance II (3)
• PERF-203 Intermediate Jazz Dance (3)
• PERF-204 Intermediate Ballet (3)
• PERF-205 Masterpieces of Music FA1 (3)
• PERF-206 African Dance (3)
• PERF-208 Intermediate Tap Dance (3)
• PERF-209 Dance Practicum (1)
• PERF-210 Greatness in Music FA1 (3)
• PERF-214 Theatre Performance Practicum (1)
• PERF-215 Opera on Stage and Film FA1 (3)
• PERF-220 Reflections of American Society on Stage FA1 (3)
• PERF-224 Music Theory III (3)
• PERF-225 The African American Experience in the Performing Arts FA1 (3)
• PERF-226 Improvisation (3)
• PERF-251 Fundamentals of Acting (3)
• PERF-255 Fundamentals of Dance (3)
• PERF-260 Stagecraft (3)
• PERF-261 Introduction to Stage Design (3)
• PERF-262 Stage Management (1)
• PERF-265 Theatre Practicum (1)
• PERF-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PERF-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PERF-302 Modern Dance III (3)
• PERF-303 Dance Improvisation (3)
• PERF-307 Principles of Movement (3)
• PERF-308 The Moving Body (3)
• PERF-309 Dance Practicum (1)
• PERF-314 Theatre Performance Practicum (1)
• PERF-320 History of Rock Music (3)
• PERF-321 Evolution of Jazz and Blues (3)
• PERF-322 History of Music I: From Antiquity to 1750 (3)

Performing Arts (Undergraduate Courses)

• PERF-323 History of Music II: From 1750 to the Present (3)
• PERF-325 Counterpoint (3)
• PERF-326 Orchestration (3)
• PERF-340 From Scene Into Song (3)
• PERF-346 Survey of Musical Theatre (3)
• PERF-348 Scene Study (3)
• PERF-350 Acting Styles (3)
• PERF-355 Voice and Speech (3)
• PERF-356 Diction for Singers (3)
• PERF-362 Lighting Design (3)
• PERF-364 Basics of Set and Costume Design (3)
• PERF-365 Theatre History I: From the Greeks to the Eighteenth Century (3)
• PERF-366 Theatre History II: From the Nineteenth Century to the Present (3)

• PERF-385 Music in Twentieth-Century Britain (3)
• PERF-390 Independent Reading Course in Performing Arts (1-6)
• PERF-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PERF-404 Advanced Ballet (3)
• PERF-409 Dance Practicum (1)
• PERF-411 Composition of Dance I (3)
• PERF-412 Composition of Dance II (3)
• PERF-414 Theatre Performance Practicum (1)
• PERF-435 Topics in Music (3)
• PERF-441 Advanced Studies in Music History and Ethnomusicology (3)
• PERF-442 Advanced Studies in Music Analysis and Performance (3)
• PERF-445 Senior Capstone (3)
• PERF-446 Senior Colloquium in Music (3)
• PERF-450 Rotating Topics in Theatre (1-3)
• PERF-452 Directing Techniques (3)
• PERF-455 Dance Styles for Musical Theatre (3)
• PERF-456 Audition Techniques (3)
• PERF-457 Playwriting (3)
• PERF-470 Survey of Arts Management (3)
• PERF-477 Museum Management (3)
• PERF-482 Technology and Marketing the Arts (3)
• PERF-490 Independent Study Project in Performing Arts (1-6)
• PERF-491 Performing Arts: Internship (1-6)
• PERF-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Performing Arts (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• PERF-042 University Chorus (0)
• PERF-043 University Chamber Singers (0)
• PERF-044 University Orchestra (0)
• PERF-045 Chamber Ensembles (0)
• PERF-046 Jazz Orchestra (0)
• PERF-047 Symphonic Band (0)
• PERF-050 Pep Band (0)
• PERF-061 Gospel Choir (0)
• PERF-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)
• PERF-503 Technology and Fundraising (3)
• PERF-515 Psychology of Music (3)
• PERF-542 University Chorus (1)
• PERF-543 University Chamber Singers (1)
• PERF-544 University Orchestra (1)
• PERF-545 Chamber Ensembles (1)
• PERF-546 Jazz Orchestra (1)
• PERF-550 Pep Band (1)
• PERF-561 Gospel Choir (1)
• PERF-575 Arts Education (3)
• PERF-581 Topics in Arts Management (3)
• PERF-583 Legal Issues in the Arts (2)
• PERF-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Performing Arts (Graduate Courses)

• PERF-608 Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations (3)
• PERF-633 International Cultural Management (3)
• PERF-635 Topics in Music (3)
• PERF-650 Rotating Topics in Theatre (1-3)
• PERF-652 Directing Techniques (3)
• PERF-656 Acting IV: Audition Techniques (3)
• PERF-657 Playwriting (3)
• PERF-670 Survey of Arts Management (3)
• PERF-671 Marketing the Arts (3)
• PERF-672 Rotating Topics in Arts Management (3)
• PERF-673 Fundamentals of Fund-Raising (3)
• PERF-674 Financial Management in the Arts (3)
• PERF-675 Governance and Leadership (3)
• PERF-676 Applied Arts Management (1)
• PERF-677 Museum Management (3)
• PERF-680 Cultural Policy and the Arts (3)
• PERF-682 Technology and Marketing the Arts (3)
• PERF-683 Introduction to Technology in Arts Management (3)
• PERF-684 Arts and Experience (3)
• PERF-690 Independent Study Project in Performing Arts (1-6)
• PERF-691 Performing Arts: Internship (1-6)
• PERF-693 Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London (1-12)
• PERF-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PERF-702 Master’s Portfolio Seminar (1-6)
• PERF-793 Directed Research in the Arts (1-6)
• PERF-794 Literature Review and Proposal Writing (2)
• PERF-795 Research and Writing (1)
• PERF-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PERF-797 Master’s Thesis Seminar (1-6)
• PERF-798 Seminar in Arts Management (2)

Philosophy (Undergraduate Courses)

• PHIL-105 Western Philosophy FA2 (3)
• PHIL-120 Do the Right Thing FA2 (3)
• PHIL-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHIL-200 Introduction to Logic (3)
• PHIL-211 Introduction to Asian Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-220 Moral Philosophy FA2 (3)
• PHIL-235 Theories of Democracy and Human Rights FA2 (3)
• PHIL-240 Ethics in the Professions FA4 (3)
• PHIL-241 Bioethics (3)
• PHIL-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PHIL-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Philosophy (Undergraduate Courses)

• PHIL-380 Colloquium in Philosophy (1)
• PHIL-390 Independent Reading Course in Philosophy (1-6)
• PHIL-391 Internship in Philosophy (1-6)
• PHIL-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHIL-398 Honors Project in Philosophy (3-6)
• PHIL-400 Ancient Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-401 Early Modern Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-402 Nineteenth Century Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-403 Twentieth Century Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-410 The Classical Period (3)
• PHIL-411 Modern European Movements (3)
• PHIL-412 Recent and Contemporary Philosophers (3)
• PHIL-413 Studies in Asian Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-414 American Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-416 Feminist Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-417 Race and Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-418 Chinese Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-419 Buddhist Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-420 Seminar on Ethical Theory (3)
• PHIL-425 Seminar on Modern Moral Problems (3)
• PHIL-453 Metaphysics (3)
• PHIL-455 Philosophy of Religion (3)
• PHIL-480 Senior Seminar (3)
• PHIL-485 Selected Topics in Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-490 Independent Study Project in Philosophy (1-6)
• PHIL-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Philosophy (Graduate Courses)

• PHIL-600 Ancient Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-601 Early Modern Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-602 Nineteenth Century Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-603 Twentieth Century Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-610 The Classical Period (3)
• PHIL-611 Modern European Movements (3)
• PHIL-612 Recent and Contemporary Philosophers (3)
• PHIL-613 Studies in Asian Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-614 American Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-616 Feminist Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-617 Race and Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-618 Chinese Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-619 Buddhist Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-620 Seminar on Ethical Theory (3)
• PHIL-625 Seminar on Modern Moral Problems (3)
• PHIL-653 Metaphysics (3)
• PHIL-655 Philosophy of Religion (3)
• PHIL-685 Selected Topics in Philosophy (3)
• PHIL-690 Independent Study Project in Philosophy (1-6)
• PHIL-691 Internship in Philosophy (1-6)
• PHIL-693 Global Ethics (3)
• PHIL-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHIL-702 Graduate Seminar in Philosophy (3-12)
• PHIL-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHIL-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-6)

Physics (Undergraduate Courses)

• PHYS-100 Physics for the Modern World FA5 (4)
• PHYS-105 General Physics I FA5 (4)
• PHYS-110 Principles of Physics I FA5 (4)
• PHYS-160 Astronomy with Laboratory FA5 (4)
• PHYS-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHYS-200 Light, Sound, Action FA5 (3)
• PHYS-205 General Physics II FA5 (4)
• PHYS-210 Principles of Physics II FA5 (4)
• PHYS-220 Astronomy FA5 (3)
• PHYS-230 Changing Views of the Universe FA2 (3)
• PHYS-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHYS-300 Acoustics (3)
• PHYS-310 Electronics (4)
• PHYS-331 Modern Physics (3)
• PHYS-351 Waves and Optics (3)
• PHYS-360 Astrophysics (3)
• PHYS-380 Mathematical and Computational Physics (3)
• PHYS-385 How Physicists Work (1)
• PHYS-390 Independent Reading Course in Physics (1-6)
• PHYS-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PHYS-430 Classical Mechanics (3)
• PHYS-440 Experimental Physics (3)
• PHYS-450 Electricity and Magnetism (3)
• PHYS-460 Statistical Mechanics (3)
• PHYS-470 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (3)
• PHYS-480 Physics Capstone Seminar (3)
• PHYS-490 Independent Study Project in Physics (1-6)
• PHYS-491 Internship (1-6)
• PHYS-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Project Monitoring and Evaluation (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• PME-503 Impact, Evaluation, Reporting, and Using Results (3)

Project Monitoring and Evaluation (Graduate Courses)

• PME-600 Principles and Theories of Evaluation (3)
• PME-610 Evaluation Approaches and Design (3)
• PME-620 Emerging Trends in Evaluation Sciences (3)
• PME-700 Evaluation Science Capstone (3)

Professional Science Master’s (Graduate Courses)

• PSM-601 The Science of Science Writing (3)
• PSM-620 Regulatory Science for Medical Product Development (3)
• PSM-690 Independent Study in Professional Science (1-6)
• PSM-691 Internship (1-6)

Psychology (Undergraduate Courses)

• PSYC-105 Psychology: Understanding Human Behavior FA4 (3)
• PSYC-115 Psychology as a Natural Science FA5 (3)
• PSYC-116 Psychology as a Natural Science Lab FA5 (1)
• PSYC-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PSYC-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-200 Behavior Principles FA5 (3)
• PSYC-205 Social Psychology FA4 (3)
• PSYC-215 Abnormal Psychology and Society FA4 (3)
• PSYC-220 The Senses FA5 (3)
• PSYC-235 Theories of Personality FA4 (3)
• PSYC-240 Drugs and Behavior FA5 (3)

Psychology (Undergraduate Courses)

• PSYC-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PSYC-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-300 Memory and Cognition (3)
• PSYC-301 Research Methods in Psychology (3)
• PSYC-310 Introduction to Forensic Psychology (3)
• PSYC-315 Self-Management (3)
• PSYC-318 Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology (3)
• PSYC-320 Women and Mental Health (3)
• PSYC-325 Neurobiological Bases of Behavior (3)
• PSYC-333 Health Psychology (3)
• PSYC-335 Psychology of Religion (3)
• PSYC-345 Community Psychology (3)
• PSYC-350 Child Psychology (3)
• PSYC-360 The Evolution of Behavior (3)
• PSYC-370 Learning and Behavior (3)
• PSYC-390 Independent Reading Course in Psychology (1-6)
• PSYC-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PSYC-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-410 Advanced Forensic Psychology (3)
• PSYC-414 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (3)
• PSYC-420 Adolescent Psychology (3)
• PSYC-425 Psychology of Eating Disorders and Obesity (3)
• PSYC-430 Human Sexual Behavior (3)
• PSYC-433 Research Design and Methods: Social Science Psychology Research (4)
• PSYC-440 Social Psychological Approaches to Clinical Issues (3)
• PSYC-450 Psychology of Well-Being (3)
• PSYC-468 Alternative Medicine (3)
• PSYC-470 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3)
• PSYC-480 Research Design and Methods: Experimental Psychology (4)
• PSYC-490 Independent Study Project in Psychology (1-6)
• PSYC-491 Internship (1-3)
• PSYC-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PSYC-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-497 Topics in Psychology (3)
• PSYC-498 Senior Thesis Seminar (3)

Psychology (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• PSYC-502 History and Systems of Psychology (3)
• PSYC-515 Psychology of Music (3)
• PSYC-518 Advanced Human Neuropsychology (3)
• PSYC-521 Ethnic and Minority Issues in Psychology (3)
• PSYC-530 Conditioning and Learning (3)
• PSYC-533 Cognitive Behavior Therapy (3)
• PSYC-540 Advanced Social Psychology (3)
• PSYC-545 Psychology of Sex Similarities and Differences (3)
• PSYC-555 Improving Human Services (3)
• PSYC-590 Independent Reading Course in Psychology (1-6)
• PSYC-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-597 Topics in Psychology (3)
• PSYC-598 Seminar in Behavior, Cognition, and Neuroscience (3)

Psychology (Graduate Courses)

• PSYC-600 Advanced Memory and Cognition (3)
• PSYC-601 Physiological Psychology (3)
• PSYC-605 Advanced Personality Psychology (3)
• PSYC-610 Advanced Forensic Psychology (3)
• PSYC-613 Neuropharmacology: The Biochemistry of Behavior (3)
• PSYC-614 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (3)
• PSYC-618 Principles of Neuropsychological Assessment (3)
• PSYC-622 Stress, Coping, and Emotion (3)
• PSYC-630 Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice (3)
• PSYC-633 Psychological Assessment I (3)
• PSYC-650 Psychological Research (3)
• PSYC-651 Psychopathology: Theory and Research (3)
• PSYC-652 Assessment of Intellectual Function and Personality (3)
• PSYC-653 Advanced Assessment: Projective Personality (3)
• PSYC-654 Advanced Assessment: Integrative Battery (3)
• PSYC-660 Advanced Developmental Psychology (3)
• PSYC-668 Alternative Medicine (3)
• PSYC-670 Behavioral Medicine (3)
• PSYC-680 Experiential Psychotherapy Practicum I (3)
• PSYC-681 Experiential Psychotherapy Practicum II (3)
• PSYC-690 Independent Study Project in Psychology (1-6)
• PSYC-691 Internship (1-6)
• PSYC-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PSYC-698 Directed Research (3-6)
• PSYC-710 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Practicum I (3)
• PSYC-711 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Practicum II (3)
• PSYC-715 Supervision and Consultation (1)
• PSYC-791 Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Practicum I (3)
• PSYC-792 Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Practicum II (3)
• PSYC-793 Advanced Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Practicum I (3)
• PSYC-794 Advanced Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Practicum II (3)
• PSYC-796 Master’s Thesis Seminar (3)
• PSYC-797 Master’s Thesis Research (1-3)
• PSYC-799 Doctoral Dissertation Research (1-9)
• PSYC-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• PSYC-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Public Administration (Undergraduate Courses)

• PUAD-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUAD-260 Administrative Politics (3)
• PUAD-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUAD-343 Introduction to Public Administration and Governance (3)
• PUAD-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUAD-490 Independent Research in Public Administration (1-6)
• PUAD-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Public Administration (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• PUAD-096 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (0)

Public Administration (Graduate Courses)

• PUAD-010 Introduction to Experiential Education and the Learning Community (0)
• PUAD-089 Colloquium in Public Administration and Policy (0)
• PUAD-601 Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis I (3)
• PUAD-602 Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis II (3)
• PUAD-603 Policy Process (3)
• PUAD-604 Public Program Evaluation (3)
• PUAD-605 Quantitative Methods for Public Managers (3)
• PUAD-606 Foundations of Policy Analysis (3)

Public Administration (Graduate Courses)

• PUAD-607 Economics and Politics of Public Policy (3)
• PUAD-608 Comparative Administrative Systems (3)
• PUAD-609 Topics in Public Management (3)
• PUAD-610 Public Administration Capstone (3)
• PUAD-611 Managing in the Information Age (3)
• PUAD-612 Introduction to Public Administration and the Policy Process (3)
• PUAD-613 Global Governance and Public Policy (3)
• PUAD-614 Development Management (3)
• PUAD-615 Public-Private Partnerships (3)
• PUAD-616 Legal Basis of Public Administration (3)
• PUAD-617 Project Management (3)
• PUAD-618 Management Workshop (1-3)
• PUAD-619 Ethical Issues in Public Policy (3)
• PUAD-620 Public Marketing and Strategic Communication (1.5-3)
• PUAD-621 Topics in Executive Management (1.5)
• PUAD-622 Leadership for Executives (3)
• PUAD-623 Executive Problem Solving (3)
• PUAD-624 Budgeting and Financial Management (3)
• PUAD-625 Analysis and Evaluation (3)
• PUAD-626 Legal Issues in Public Administration (3)
• PUAD-627 Politics, Policymaking, and Public Administration (3)
• PUAD-628 Executive Skill Modules (1.5)
• PUAD-629 Symposium on Executive Management (2)
• PUAD-630 Public Managerial Economics (3)
• PUAD-631 Financing Government Services (3)
• PUAD-633 Budgeting and Financial Management (3)
• PUAD-634 Acquisition Management (1.5-3)
• PUAD-636 Strategic Fiscal Planning (3)
• PUAD-637 Public Managerial Macroeconomics (3)
• PUAD-638 Strategic Human Resource Management for Executives (1.5-3)
• PUAD-639 Ethics for Public Managers (1.5-3)
• PUAD-640 Leadership (3)
• PUAD-641 Applied Research Methods (3)
• PUAD-642 Organization Theory and Diagnosis (3)
• PUAD-643 Use of Self in Professional Practice (3)
• PUAD-644 Implementing System Change (3)
• PUAD-645 Global Diversity and Cultural Capacity (3)
• PUAD-646 Consultation and Coaching Theory and Skills (3)
• PUAD-647 International Organization Development Consultation (3)
• PUAD-648 Methods and Models of Change (3)
• PUAD-649 Studies in Human Resource Management (1-3)
• PUAD-650 Leadership in a Changing Workplace (3)
• PUAD-652 Facilitation and Team Development (3)
• PUAD-654 Organization Diagnosis and Change (3)
• PUAD-655 Managing Labor Management Relations (3)
• PUAD-656 Managing Diversity (3)
• PUAD-658 Managing Conflict (3)
• PUAD-659 Action Learning for Executives (1-3)
• PUAD-660 Quantitative Methods (3)
• PUAD-661 Foundations of Program Evaluation (3)
• PUAD-665 Managing Human Capital Assets (3)
• PUAD-670 Economics for Policy Analysis (3)
• PUAD-671 Cost Benefit Analysis (3)
• PUAD-672 Advanced Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis (3)
• PUAD-674 Practicum in Organization Development and Change (3)
• PUAD-675 Organization Analysis and Strategy (3)
• PUAD-677 Introduction to Organization Development and Change (3)
• PUAD-679 Studies in Human Resource Development (1-3)
• PUAD-681 Managing Nonprofit Organizations (3)
• PUAD-682 Nonprofit Resource Development (3)
• PUAD-683 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations (3)
• PUAD-684 Organizational Analysis (3)
• PUAD-685 Topics in Policy Analysis and Management (1-3)
• PUAD-687 Urban Management (3)
• PUAD-688 Policy Practicum (3)
• PUAD-690 Independent Study Project (1-6)
• PUAD-691 Internship (1-6)
• PUAD-693 AU-Hertie School of Governance Exchange, Berlin (1-9)
• PUAD-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUAD-710 Proseminar in Public Administration (3)
• PUAD-712 Seminar in Public Administration and Democratic Constitutionalism (3)
• PUAD-714 Seminar in Organization Theory (3)
• PUAD-716 Seminar in Organizational Behavior (3)
• PUAD-718 Seminar in Public Management (3)
• PUAD-730 Proseminar in Public Policy (3)
• PUAD-732 Seminar in Policy Implementation (3)
• PUAD-734 Seminar in Policy Processes and Institutions (3)
• PUAD-740 Seminar in Public Sector Budgeting (3)
• PUAD-742 Seminar in Applied Public Finance: Expenditure (3)
• PUAD-744 Seminar in Applied Public Finance: Revenue Systems (3)
• PUAD-790 Doctoral Independent Study in Public Administration and Policy (1-6)
• PUAD-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUAD-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment (1-9)
• PUAD-899 Doctoral Dissertation (9)

Public Health (Undergraduate Courses)

• PUBH-110 Introduction to Public Health FA4 (3)
• PUBH-111 Public Health Scholars Lab (1)
• PUBH-115 Why Aren’t We Dead Yet? The Role of Public Health in Society FA5 (4)
• PUBH-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PUBH-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUBH-210 Introduction to Human Health and Disease (3)
• PUBH-211 Introduction to Study Abroad for Public Health (1)
• PUBH-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PUBH-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• PUBH-320 Introduction to Infectious Disease (4)
• PUBH-330 Community Public Health (3)
• PUBH-340 Fundamentals of Epidemiology (3)
• PUBH-350 Introduction to Health Research (3)
• PUBH-391 Internship in Public Health (3)
• PUBH-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PUBH-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Public Health (Undergraduate Courses)

• PUBH-440 Advanced Epidemiology (3)
• PUBH-480 Public Health Capstone (3)
• PUBH-490 Independent Research in Public Health (1-6)
• PUBH-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• PUBH-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Business: Real Estate (Undergraduate Courses)

• REAL-390 Independent Reading Course in Real Estate (1-3)
• REAL-391 Internship in Real Estate (1-6)
• REAL-490 Independent Study Project in Real Estate (1-3)

Business: Real Estate (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• REAL-590 Independent Study Project in Real Estate (1-6)

Business: Real Estate (Graduate Courses)

• REAL-685 Topics in Real Estate (1.5-3)
• REAL-690 Independent Study Project in Real Estate (1.5-3)
• REAL-691 Internship in Real Estate (1-3)
• REAL-730 Real Estate Principles and Investment (3)
• REAL-731 Real Property and Asset Management (3)
• REAL-734 Real Estate Development (3)
• REAL-735 Real Estate Transactions and Contracts (3)
• REAL-736 Urban Planning and Sustainability (3)
• REAL-737 Real Estate Finance and Mortgage Markets (3)
• REAL-738 Real Estate Financial Modeling (3)

Religion (Undergraduate Courses)

• RELG-105 The Religious Heritage of the West FA2 (3)
• RELG-145 Religion without Borders FA3 (3)
• RELG-185 The Religious Heritage of Asia FA3 (3)
• RELG-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• RELG-196 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• RELG-210 Non-Western Religious Traditions FA3 (3)
• RELG-220 Religious Thought FA2 (3)
• RELG-225 Meaning and Purpose in the Arts FA1 (3)
• RELG-245 Stories of South Asia FA3 (3)
• RELG-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• RELG-330 Approaches to Studying Religion (3)
• RELG-390 Independent Reading Course in Religion (1-6)
• RELG-391 Internship in Religious Studies (1-6)
• RELG-396 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• RELG-398 Honors Project in Religion (3-6)
• RELG-470 Islam (3)
• RELG-471 Topics in Jewish Religion (3)
• RELG-472 Religion in America (3)
• RELG-473 Hinduism (3)
• RELG-475 Religion and Violence (3)
• RELG-486 Topics in Religious Discussion (3)
• RELG-490 Independent Study Project in Religion (1-6)
• RELG-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• RELG-496 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Religion (Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Courses)

• RELG-590 Independent Reading Course in Religion (1-6)
• RELG-596 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Religion (Graduate Courses)

• RELG-670 Islam (3)
• RELG-671 Topics in Jewish Religion (3)
• RELG-672 Religion in America (3)
• RELG-673 Hinduism (3)
• RELG-675 Religion and Violence (3)
• RELG-686 Topics in Religious Discussion (3)
• RELG-690 Independent Study Project in Religion (1-6)
• RELG-696 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)
• RELG-796 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

Study Abroad (Undergraduate Courses)

• SABD-102 French Grammar and Phonetics (9)
• SABD-103 Paris Semester (French) (1-9)
• SABD-202 French Grammar and Phonetics (9)
• SABD-302 French Grammar and Phonetics (9)
• SABD-303 Paris Semester (French) (1-9)
• SABD-304 Paris Semester (English) (1-9)
• SABD-325 Kenya Semester (1-15)
• SABD-390 Study Abroad: Independent Reading (1-6)
• SABD-391 Study Abroad: Internship (1-6)
• SABD-402 French Grammar and Phonetics (9)
• SABD-404 Paris Semester (English) (1-9)
• SABD-415 Summer Study Abroad
• SABD-416 Summer Language Immersion
• SABD-490 Study Abroad: Independent Study (3-6)
• SABD-495 Beijing Semester (1-15)

Sports Analytics and Management (Graduate Courses)

• SAM-600 Strategic Management of Sports Organizations (3)
• SAM-610 Sports Analytics and Social Engagement (3)
• SAM-620 Digital Enterprise in Sports (3)
• SAM-630 Sports Technology and Innovation (3)
• SAM-700 Sports Analytics and Management Capstone (3)

International Service Undergraduate (Undergraduate Courses)

• SISU-050 SIS Mentorship Program (0)
• SISU-102 National Student Leadership Conference Topics (1)
• SISU-103 Community of Scholars Topics (3)
• SISU-105 World Politics FA3 (3)
• SISU-106 First Year Seminar (3)
• SISU-130 Intercultural Understanding FA3 (3)
• SISU-140 Cross-Cultural Communication FA3 (3)
• SISU-194 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• SISU-206 Introduction to International Relations Research (3)
• SISU-210 Peace, Global Security, and Conflict Resolution (3)
• SISU-211 Civilizations of Africa FA3 (3)
• SISU-212 China, Japan and the United States FA3 (3)
• SISU-213 Contemporary Europe (3)
• SISU-214 Contemporary Latin America (3)
• SISU-215 Contemporary Middle East (3)
• SISU-216 Contemporary Russia (3)
• SISU-219 Topics in International Studies (1-6)
• SISU-220 International Political Economy (3)
• SISU-230 Analysis of United States Foreign Policy (3)
• SISU-240 International Development (3)
• SISU-250 Environmental Sustainability and Global Health (3)
• SISU-260 Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture (3)
• SISU-270 Introduction to Human Rights (3)
• SISU-280 Ruling the World: Comparative and Global Governance (3)
• SISU-294 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• SISU-296 Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6)

International Service Undergraduate (Undergraduate Courses)

• SISU-300 Introduction to International Economics (3)
• SISU-306 Advanced International Studies Research (3)
• SISU-310 Topics in Peace, Global Security, and Conflict Resolution (3)
• SISU-312 Governance, Development, and Security in Asia (3)
• SISU-313 Transatlantic Security (3)
• SISU-316 United States-Russian/Eurasian Security Relations (3)
• SISU-318 Topics in Global Security and Foreign Policy (3)
• SISU-319 Arab-Israeli Relations (3)
• SISU-320 Topics in Global Economy (3)
• SISU-321 Political Economy of Africa (3)
• SISU-324 Topics in Political Economy of Latin America (3)
• SISU-328 Global Economy and Sustainable Development (3)
• SISU-329 Global Economic Governance (3)
• SISU-330 Topics in National Security and Foreign Policy (3)
• SISU-332 Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy (3)
• SISU-333 European Foreign and Security Policy (3)
• SISU-334 U.S. Foreign Policy toward Latin America (3)
• SISU-335 U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Middle East (3)
• SISU-340 Topics in Global Inequality and Development (3)
• SISU-343 Third World Cities (3)
• SISU-348 Gender and Development (3)
• SISU-349 Topics in Global Inequality, Development, Environmental Sustainability, and Global Health (3)
• SISU-350 Topics in Environmental Sustainability and Global Health (3)
• SISU-352 Environmental Politics of Asia (3)
• SISU-358 Global Health (3)
• SISU-359 Environment, Conflict, and Peace (3)
• SISU-360 Topics in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture (3)
• SISU-363 Topics in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture: Europe (3)
• SISU-364 Topics in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture: Latin America (3)
• SISU-365 Topics in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture: Middle East (3)
• SISU-368 Differences and Similarities in Conflict Resolution (3)
• SISU-369 Topics in Public Diplomacy (3)
• SISU-370 Topics in Justice, Ethics, and Human Rights (3)
• SISU-372 Human Rights in East Asia (3)
• SISU-374 Human Rights in Latin America (3)
• SISU-375 Human Rights and Islam (3)
• SISU-378 Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy (3)
• SISU-379 Topics in Human Rights, Identity, and Culture (3)
• SISU-380 Topics in Global and Comparative Governance (3)
• SISU-381 African Political Institutions (3)
• SISU-383 Overview of the European Union (3)
• SISU-385 Islam and Democracy (3)
• SISU-386 Contemporary Africa (3)
• SISU-387 Contemporary India (3)
• SISU-390 Independent Reading Course in International Studies (1-6)
• SISU-391 Internship in International Studies (1-6)
• SISU-393 International Relations Theory (3)
• SISU-394 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• SISU-395 Social Entrepreneurship (3)
• SISU-401 Public Diplomacy: Media, Culture, Power (3)
• SISU-411 Senior Capstone: Africa (3)
• SISU-412 Senior Capstone: East Asia (3)
• SISU-413 Senior Capstone: Europe (3)
• SISU-414 Senior Capstone: Latin America (3)
• SISU-415 Senior Capstone: Middle East (3)
• SISU-416 Senior Capstone: Russia (3)
• SISU-417 Senior Capstone: South Asia (3)
• SISU-419 Senior Capstone: International Studies (3)
• SISU-420 Senior Capstone: Global Scholars (3)
• SISU-421 Senior Capstone: Peace, Global Security, and Conflict Resolution (3)
• SISU-422 Senior Capstone: Global Economy (3)
• SISU-423 Senior Capstone: Foreign Policy and National Security (3)
• SISU-424 Senior Capstone: Global Inequality and Development (3)
• SISU-425 Senior Capstone: Environmental Sustainability and Global Health (3)
• SISU-426 Senior Capstone: Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture (3)
• SISU-427 Senior Capstone: Justice, Ethics, and Human Rights (3)
• SISU-428 Senior Capstone: Global and Comparative Governance (3)
• SISU-430 Comparative Social Movements (3)
• SISU-431 Topics in Conflict Resolution in Middle East and Beyond (1-4)
• SISU-432 Topics in International Law and Organizations (1-4)
• SISU-433 Topics in International Environment and Development (1-4)
• SISU-434 Topics in International Politics and Foreign Policy (1-4)
• SISU-435 Topics in Peace and Conflict Resolution (1-4)
• SISU-439 Topics in International Relations: Washington Semester (1-4)
• SISU-440 SIS Honors Project I (3)
• SISU-441 SIS Honors Project II (3)
• SISU-450 Topics in International Studies (3)
• SISU-461 Topics in Peace, Global Security, and Conflict Resolution (3)
• SISU-462 Topics in Global Economy (3)
• SISU-463 Topics in Foreign Policy and National Security (3)
• SISU-464 Topics in Global Inequality and Development (3)
• SISU-465 Topics in Environmental Sustainability and Global Health (3)
• SISU-466 Topics in Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture (3)
• SISU-467 Topics in Justice, Ethics, and Human Rights (3)
• SISU-468 Topics in Global and Comparative Governance (3)
• SISU-471 Topics in Africa (3)
• SISU-472 Topics in East Asia (3)
• SISU-473 Topics in Europe (3)
• SISU-474 Topics in Latin America (3)
• SISU-475 Topics in Middle East (3)
• SISU-476 Topics in Russia (3)
• SISU-477 Topics in South Asia (3)
• SISU-481 Women, Gender, and Change in the Middle East and North Africa (3)
• SISU-482 U.S.-China Relations (3)
• SISU-483 Nuclear North Korea (3)
• SISU-485 Race and Ethnicity in Europe (3)
• SISU-490 Independent Study Project in International Studies (1-6)
• SISU-494 Community Service-Learning Project (1)
• SISU-397 SIS Honors Colloquium (3)

 

 

 

Scholarships

Federal Pell Grant

This grant is offered to undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Awards range from $602 to $5,730 per year. The actual amount is determined by the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Federal Pell Grant Schedule.

To renew this award each year, you must still demonstrate sufficient need per the FAFSA and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) is offered to students who have exceptional financial need. Awards vary depending on need and the availability of funds.

To renew this award each year, you must still demonstrate sufficient need per the FAFSA and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.

Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant

Through the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, Congress created the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program that provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families.

In exchange for receiving a TEACH Grant, you must agree to serve as a full-time teacher in a high-need field in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves low-income students (see below for more information on high-need fields and schools serving low-income students). As a recipient of a TEACH Grant, you must teach for at least four academic years within eight calendar years of completing the program of study for which you received a TEACH Grant.

Important: If you fail to complete this service obligation, all amounts of TEACH Grants that you received will be converted to a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. You must then repay this loan to the U.S. Department of Education. You will be charged interest from the date the grant(s) was disbursed.

Please consult the TEACH Grant Fact Sheet for more detailed information regarding this program. Should you meet the eligibility conditions and wish to apply, please complete the TEACH Grant Application.

Please note: renewal students must reapply for the TEACH Grant each year by completing the most recent FAFSA, submitting the AU TEACH Grant application and by completing subsequent TEACH Entrance Counseling and then the Agreement to Serve.

American University Grants

American University (AU) grants are offered to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. Grants may be offered in addition to an AU scholarship. To renew this award each year, you must still demonstrate sufficient need per the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.

The AU Grant is for tuition only and may be adjusted if you receive any additional tuition awards from other sources. These awards may be replaced at any time by University funds from endowed sources to meet fund restriction requirements.

Supplemental AU Grant

A one time only grant is occasionally offered as the result of an special circumstances appeal decision. This will be listed on your award letter as a one time only award and is not eligible for renewal for the following year.

AU Freshman Merit Awards & Scholarships

All admitted students, regardless of nationality, are considered for academic/merit scholarships for which they are eligible. In general, admitted students awarded scholarships have excellent academic credentials and exhibit exceptional leadership skills.

Most merit-based scholarships do not require an application for financial aid. However, we strongly encourage merit award candidates to complete the forms required for need-based aid, if they believe that they may need financial aid in addition to their merit award. Merit award recipients who have applied for need-based financial aid will be considered for any need-based aid for which they qualify beyond the amount of the merit award.

Freshman Merit Awards

The Admissions Committee makes all merit-based scholarship decisions and notifies students at the time they are admitted or shortly thereafter. Your admissions application is your application for a merit-based scholarship. No separate application is required for the following merit awards:

AU Presidential Scholarship

  • AU Deans’ Scholarship
  • AU Leadership Scholarship
  • Frederick Douglass Scholarship
  • Freshman Scholarships

Some students may be eligible for the following scholarships. Requirements and application details are outlined below.
AU Honors Scholarship
First-year student who are accepted into the AU Honors Program for fall 2017 will receive a guaranteed $30,000 in combination of undergraduate merit awards. This includes a $20,000 Presidential Scholarship and a $10,000 AU Honors Scholarship. The AU Honors Scholarship is contingent on recipients maintaining continuous enrollment in the AU Honors Program. Should a scholarship recipient choose to withdraw from the AU Honors Program at any point during the year, the AU Honors Scholarship ($10,000) will be withdrawn, even if students meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress conditions.
Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Program

Eligibility: Please visit the program’s webpage for detailed information.
United Methodist Scholarship

Eligibility: Children of an active, ordained Methodist minister. Applicants must submit a letter identifying themselves as the children of a Methodist minister. Contact Christine Gettings, Kay Spiritual Life Center Operations Administrator at [email protected] or at 202-885-3321.
Athletic Scholarships

Eligibility: Outstanding freshman and transfer athletes. Contact Athletics at 202-885-3000.
Tuition Exchange Scholarships

Eligibility: Students whose parents are employed by one of over 160 colleges participating in the Tuition Exchange Program are eligible to apply for a Tuition Exchange Scholarship. Here are a few things you should know about Tuition Exchange at American University:

To apply, you must first contact your home university liaison and fill out the application. Freshman applicants and current AU students must submit their Tuition Exchange application by January 10. Transfer students must submit their Tuition Exchange application by March 1.
Tuition Exchange is a competitive scholarship based on academics. Not all admitted students who apply for Tuition Exchange will receive the scholarship.
The scholarship for the academic year of 2017-2018 is a set amount of $35,000 and is not a full tuition scholarship.
Students are able to renew their scholarship each year provided the student takes at least 12 credits every semester, maintains a 3.2 or higher cumulative GPA, completes a total of 30 credits within the academic year (fall and spring semesters), maintains eligibility at their home institution and submits the recertification application by January 10 of each academic year.
For more information about Tuition Exchange please refer to the Tuition Exchange website or contact our Tuition Exchange Liaison, Kenneth Haltenhof, at [email protected]
Restricted/Endowed Awards

AU is fortunate to have a number of annual and endowed scholarships that are funded by generous donors. Scholarships vary by school and may be based on merit, academic program, need or other factors as designated by the donor.

AU Transfer Scholarships

There are several scholarship opportunities for transfer students, listed below. The deadline for these scholarships are March 1 for fall applicants and November 1 for spring applicants.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Eligibility: Transfer applicants who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society. Students must identify themselves as PTK members on the admissions application and provide a PTK advisor letter of recommendation. If admitted, your verified PTK membership guarantees a $10,000 scholarship.
United Methodist Scholarship
Eligibility: Children of an active, ordained Methodist minister. Applicants must submit a letter identifying themselves as the children of a Methodist minister.
Athletic Scholarships
Eligibility: Outstanding transfer athletes. Contact Athletics at 202-885-3000.
Tuition Exchange Scholarships
Eligibility: Students whose parents are employed by one of over 160 colleges participating in the Tuition Exchange Program. For information call 202-885-6000 and ask to speak with the Tuition Exchange liaison. Transfer students must submit their Tuition Exchange application by March 1.

American University Graduate Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded by the academic departments. The Office of Financial Aid does not administer these awards.

The deadline for most scholarship applications is February 1. Please contact the graduate admissions office at your school or college for more information on applications and deadlines.

United Methodist Graduate Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded each academic year to new full-time graduate students who have held membership in the United Methodist Church for at least two years, have strong academic skills, and are either U.S. citizens or permanent residents. The scholarship is applied to tuition charges. For more information, visit the Provost Office’s Graduate Studies Web page.

Hart A. Massey Fellowship

This fellowship is awarded each academic year to one or more incoming Canadian students pursuing graduate studies full-time at American University. The fellowship is applied to tuition charges. For more information, visit the Provost Office’s Graduate Studies Web page.

Restricted/Endowed Awards

A limited number of private AU scholarships that are funded annually or through an endowment by gifts from donors are available. Eligible applicants are automatically reviewed and a separate scholarship application is not required. Criteria may be based on merit, academic program, need or other factors as designated by the donor.

Awards are not announced until after the start of the fall semester. Awards range from $100 to $10,000 and are not renewable.

Frederick Douglass Scholarship Program

Established in 2009, the vision of the Frederick Douglass Scholarship (FDDS) program is to be the premier academic community for American University’s most ambitious student and alumni leaders dedicated to excellence, social justice, and the sustainable advancement of under-resourced and underserved communities.

Bringing together the best of AU – world-class education, leadership development, and active citizenship – the FDDS program will elevate the college-to-career experience of our most enterprising Honors students and propel them into successful careers in domestic and international health, business, government, law, communications, and education. To this end, American University has designed programs and established partnerships that precipitate a mutually respectful community of scholars where our students and alumni share in a greater purpose to develop to their full potential; to contribute to the intellectual, social, and political environment of the institution; to proactively prepare for graduate and professional school; and to address the world’s most pressing economic, environmental, and social challenges.

The FDDS program offers a scholarship that provides full tuition, fees, books, room, and board. It is renewable for a total of four years of undergraduate study, provided scholars maintain a minimum cumulative 3.2 GPA. Students applying as freshmen who would like to be considered for the scholarship are encouraged to complete the FDDS Program application by the priority deadline of December 15. Preference will be given to first-generation students as well as those committed to working in communities of color in the United States. While we encourage applications from all ambitious, well-rounded students, the most competitive applicants will have a minimum:
3.3 GPA (unweighted) or 3.5 GPA (weighted) and
1190 SAT (critical reading/math) or 26 ACT
For more information, contact the Frederick Douglass Scholarship Program at 202-885-6213 or [email protected]

To apply to the Frederick Douglass Scholarship Program, please select your interest in the program on your application. The application will be available by Monday, September 15. Notification of admission to the FDDS Program will not be released until April 1, regardless of your application deadline.

Outside Scholarships

All outside awards from all sources must be reported to the financial aid office. This includes outside scholarships, Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), employer tuition remission, parent’s employer tuition benefits, etc. You may fax a copy of your award letter(s) to the Office of Financial Aid at 202-885-1129. Our staff will update your financial aid award letter with the amount and terms of the award and let you know the impact of your scholarships on your institutional and federal awards.

A thorough scholarship search takes time. Students are encouraged to seek out and apply independently for other private scholarships that may be awarded by local organizations such as businesses, churches and civic groups. Please review the websites to the right for further assistance.

Impact of Your Scholarships

All outside scholarships or other resources must be reported to the financial aid office. When our receives a copy of your award letter, we will evaluate your award and your current financial aid award letter using the following criteria to see if any adjustments are needed.

Total tuition-based awards cannot exceed tuition.

The American University (AU) Institutional Grant and AU merit scholarships can only be applied to tuition charges. Outside awards such as ROTC, some scholarships and employer tuition benefits can also be used only for tuition.

If you are receiving more than one type of award that is designated as tuition only, then the combined total of your awards can not exceed your tuition charges for the semester or year in which it is awarded.

If your total does exceed tuition, then you are considered to be overawarded and your institutional awards will be reduced to make room for the outside awards.

Total need based PLUS gift aid cannot exceed need.

Total gift aid includes all grants, scholarships, ROTC or employer tuition benefits from all sources. Need-based aid includes Federal grants, Federal Work Study, Federal Subsidized Direct Loan and the Federal Perkins Loan. The combined total of all of these awards cannot exceed your need as determined by the FAFSA.

If your total does exceed your need, then you are considered to be overawarded and your federal and institutional awards will be reduced to make room for the outside awards. Whenever possible, our office will reduce loan and work study awards before reducing grant and scholarship awards.

Total financial aid cannot exceed total cost of attendance.

Total awards include all gift aid, all need-based aid, as well as all unsubsidized loans, PLUS loans and alternative loans.

If the total of all your aid exceeds your total cost of attendance, then you are considered to be overawarded, and your awards will be reduced to make room for the outside awards. Whenever possible, our office will reduce loan and work study awards before reducing grant and scholarship awards.

 

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Students begin submitting applications for summer and fall graduation 04/06/2017.