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    Heritage University
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


Students should consult with the program chair if they are not sure of their preparation for a specific course. Course prerequisites specified are the minimum preparation required. In their first two university years, students need to work closely with their advisors to schedule the necessary General University Course Requirements and lower-division core courses to prepare properly for upper-division studies.

 

English

   •  ENG 352W - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 354W - English Teaching Techniques
   •  ENG 358 - Memoir and Autobiography
   •  ENG 360A - Literature for Children
   •  ENG 360B - Literature for Young Adults
   •  ENG 364 - Shakespeare In the World
   •  ENG 377W - Research Methods
   •  ENG 403 - Special Topic
   •  ENG 410W - Grant Writing
   •  ENG 412 - Advanced Poetry
   •  ENG 421AW - World Literature I: Origins to 1650
   •  ENG 421BW - World Literature II: 1600 - Present
   •  ENG 430 - Modern Grammar
   •  ENG 435W - Language, Culture, & Society
   •  ENG 438 - Applied Linguistics
   •  ENG 450W - Literary Theory
   •  ENG 452 - Editing and Desktop Publishing Workshop
   •  ENG 454W - Teaching Comp
   •  ENG 490 - Internship
   •  ENG 495 - Special Project
   •  ENG 497 - Senior Thesis
   •  ENG 507 - Language Acquisition
   •  ENG 510A - Poetry
   •  ENG 510B - Grant Writing
   •  ENG 512 - Advanced Poetry
   •  ENG 515 - British Literature
   •  ENG 521A - World Literature I: Origins to 1650
   •  ENG 521B - World Literature II: 1650's - Present
   •  ENG 523A - Applied Linguistics I
   •  ENG 523B - Applied Linguistics II
   •  ENG 524A - Special Topic in Writing Theory
   •  ENG 524B - Special Topic in Linguistics
   •  ENG 524C - Special Topic in Literature
   •  ENG 525 - American Literature I: Origins to Realism
   •  ENG 526 - American Literature II: Modernism to the Present
   •  ENG 530 - Syntax
   •  ENG 535 - Sociolinguistics
   •  ENG 537 - Introduction to Linguistics
   •  ENG 538 - Applied Linguistics
   •  ENG 539 - Modern Science Fiction
   •  ENG 540 - Literature by Women
   •  ENG 541 - Hispanic-Latino/a-Chicano/a Literature
   •  ENG 542 - Native American Literature
   •  ENG 543 - African American Literature
   •  ENG 544 - Teaching in Specialized Writing Programs
   •  ENG 545 - J.R.R. Tolkien
   •  ENG 546 - Superheroes
   •  ENG 550 - Literary Theory
   •  ENG 551 - Technical Writing
   •  ENG 552 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 553A - Research Methods
   •  ENG 554 - Teaching Composition
   •  ENG 555 - Editing Workshop
   •  ENG 556 - Teaching Linguistics
   •  ENG 557 - Young Adult Literature
   •  ENG 558 - Memoir and Autobiography
   •  ENG 560 - English Teaching Techniques
   •  ENG 564 - Shakespeare In the World
   •  ENG 590A - Practicum in Teaching Composition
   •  ENG 590B - Practicum in Teaching AELP
   •  ENG 590C - Practicum in Teaching Literature
   •  ENG 598 - Thesis
   •  ENG 598A - Thesis I
   •  ENG 598B - Thesis II

Environmental Science

   •  ENSC 4xx - Advanced Applications of R
   •  ENSC 4xx - Lab Advanced Applications of R
   •  ENSC 101 - Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ENSC 101L - Lab Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ENSC 102 - Introduction to Environmental Science II
   •  ENSC 102L - Lab Introduction to Environmental Science II
   •  ENSC 110 - Natural Resource Management Introductory Internship
   •  ENSC 210 - Introduction to Ocean Studies
   •  ENSC 210L - Lab Introduction to Ocean Studies
   •  ENSC 220 - Introduction to Climate Studies
   •  ENSC 220L - Lab Introduction to Climate Studies
   •  ENSC 235 - Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science
   •  ENSC 235L - Lab Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science
   •  ENSC 240 - Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
   •  ENSC 240L - Lab Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
   •  ENSC 305 - General Ecology
   •  ENSC 305L - Lab General Ecology
   •  ENSC 309 - Seminar I
   •  ENSC 310 - Introduction of Ocean Studies
   •  ENSC 310L - Lab Ocean Studies
   •  ENSC 311 - Introduction to Range Management
   •  ENSC 311L - Lab Introduction to Range Management
   •  ENSC 315 - Introduction to Climate Studies
   •  ENSC 315L - Lab Introduction to Climate Studies
   •  ENSC 317W - Pacific Northwest Chicana/o and Latino History
   •  ENSC 318W - American Environmental History
   •  ENSC 320 - Geology and Environmental Impact
   •  ENSC 320L - Lab Geology and Environmental Impact
   •  ENSC 321 - Geographic Information Systems
   •  ENSC 322W - Environmental Literature
   •  ENSC 325 - Introduction to Soil Science
   •  ENSC 325L - Lab Introduction to Soil Science
   •  ENSC 335 - Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science
   •  ENSC 335L - Lab Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science
   •  ENSC 340 - Fundamentals of Hydrology
   •  ENSC 340L - Lab Fundamentals of Hydrology
 

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