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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.

 

Environmental Science

   •  ENSC 345 - Fundamentals of Ocean Science
   •  ENSC 345L - Lab Fundamentals of Ocean Science
   •  ENSC 350 - Environmental Law and Justice
   •  ENSC 355 - Environmental Public Policy and Advocacy
   •  ENSC 360 - Geomorphology
   •  ENSC 360L - Lab Geomorphology
   •  ENSC 365 - People of the Big River Field Course
   •  ENSC 365L - Lab People of the Big River Field Class
   •  ENSC 370 - Pollution of Lakes and Waterways
   •  ENSC 370L - Lab Pollution of Lakes and Waterways
   •  ENSC 380 - Introduction to R
   •  ENSC 380L - Lab Introduction to R
   •  ENSC 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  ENSC 409 - Seminar II
   •  ENSC 410E - Limnology
   •  ENSC 410EL - Lab Limnology
   •  ENSC 420L - Lab Environmental Monitoring
   •  ENSC 420W - Environmental Monitoring
   •  ENSC 430 - Advanced Solar Hot Water Applications
   •  ENSC 430L - Lab Advanced Solar Hot Water Applications
   •  ENSC 435L - Lab Toxicology and Environmental Risk
   •  ENSC 435W - Toxicology and Environmental Risk
   •  ENSC 440W - Environmental Issues and Ethics
   •  ENSC 445 - Environmental Microbiology
   •  ENSC 445L - Lab Environmental Microbiology
   •  ENSC 450 - Waste Digesters and Energy Generation
   •  ENSC 455W - Environmental Responsibility, Remediation, and Carbon Footprint Reduction
   •  ENSC 460 - Electricity and Sustainable Energy
   •  ENSC 465 - Hybrid and Solar Electric Vehicle Technology
   •  ENSC 470W - Conservation as a Form of Sustainable Energy
   •  ENSC 475 - Bio-fuels and Alternative Energy Technologies
   •  ENSC 480 - Bio-pesticides and the Environment
   •  ENSC 485 - Environmental Education K-12 Outreach
   •  ENSC 490 - Internship
   •  ENSC 492 - Research Design
   •  ENSC 495 - Special Project
   •  ENSC 496 - Research Experience
   •  ENSC 497W - Senior Thesis
   •  ENSC 502 - Advanced Principles of Environmental Science

Finance

   •  FIN 305 - Financial Analysis
   •  FIN 310 - Financial Management
   •  FIN 325 - Investments
   •  FIN 335 - Personal Financial Planning

Fisheries

   •  FISH 110 - Introduction to Fisheries
   •  FISH 110L - Lab Introduction to Fisheries
   •  FISH 310 - Fisheries Techniques
   •  FISH 310L - Lab Fisheries Techniques
   •  FISH 315 - Icthyology
   •  FISH 315L - Lab Icthyology
   •  FISH 470 - Quantitative Fisheries Management
   •  FISH 470L - Lab Quantitative Fisheries Management

Forestry

   •  FOR 115 - Introduction to Forestry
   •  FOR 115L - Lab Intro to Forestry
   •  FOR 305 - Forest Ecology
   •  FOR 305L - Lab Forest Ecology
   •  FOR 310 - Silviculture
   •  FOR 310L - Lab Silviculture
   •  FOR 315 - Forest Mensuration
   •  FOR 315L - Lab Forest Mensuration
   •  FOR 320 - Forest Protection
   •  FOR 320L - Lab Forest Protection

French

   •  FR 101 - Introduction to French I
   •  FR 102 - Introduction to French II

Health Care Administration

   •  HCAD 302 - Health Care Management
   •  HCAD 351 - Human Resource Management in Health Care
   •  HCAD 390W - Advanced Topic
   •  HCAD 401 - Financial Issues in Health Care
   •  HCAD 410W - Grant Writing
   •  HCAD 440 - Health Care Administrative Issues
   •  HCAD 472 - Contemporary Topics in Health Care
   •  HCAD 490W - Internship

Health, Physical Education/Recreation

   •  HPER 105 - Recreational Activity
   •  HPER 210 - Nutrition

History

   •  GEO 315 - World Regional Geography
   •  HIS 101W - World Civilization I
   •  HIS 102W - World Civilization II
   •  HIS 204 - Fundamentals of History of the American People I
   •  HIS 205W - Fundamentals of the History of the American People II
   •  HIS 302 - American Women's History
   •  HIS 303 - Special Topics in North American History
   •  HIS 304 - African-American History
   •  HIS 306 - United States Foreign Policy since 1895
   •  HIS 311W - Native American History
   •  HIS 312W - Pacific Northwest History
   •  HIS 313 - American Revolution
   •  HIS 314 - U.S. Civil War & Reconstruction
   •  HIS 316 - The United States in Depression and War, 1919-1945
   •  HIS 317 - American Social Movements to 1945
   •  HIS 318 - American Environmental History
   •  HIS 319 - American Social Movements since 1945
   •  HIS 320 - Comparative Sports History in the United States
   •  HIS 321 - The West in American History
   •  HIS 322W - Historical Methods
   •  HIS 354 - Methods in Secondary History/Social Studies
   •  HIS 355 - Integrated Social Studies
   •  HIS 402 - The Modern Middle East
   •  HIS 403 - Special Topics in Global History
   •  HIS 412 - Modern Germany
   •  HIS 422 - Colonial Latin America
   •  HIS 442 - The British Empire
 

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