Jul 18, 2018  
NSU Catalog 2017-2018 
    
NSU Catalog 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are arranged in alphabetical order by subject code (prefix).

Courses numbered less than 100 are considered developmental and do not count as credit toward graduation. These courses serve as preparation for college level courses and are required prerequisites for math and English courses. They must be completed in the first 30 attempted credit hours. Placement in these courses is based on ACT, SAT, or COMPASS test scores. They are self-support courses and charged at that tuition rate.

Freshmen and sophomores may take courses numbered 100 and 200 providing that the necessary prerequisites have been completed. Courses numbered 300 and 400 are normally junior and senior level but might be taken by sophomores if the necessary prerequisites have been met. Courses numbered 500 and 600 are entry- level graduate courses offered in conjunction with the undergraduate-level course. Undergraduate students who wish to enroll for the course at the 500 or 600 level must secure permission from the Graduate School. Courses numbered 700 are open to graduate students only.

Pre-requisites: Some classes have pre-requisites which must be met before enrolling in the class. This can consist of passing grades in specific courses, minimum scores on placement exams, a specified class level or admission to a particular program. It has been determined by the disciplines that these pre-requisites are necessary to prepare the student for enrollment. Pre-requisites are listed in the course description for each class.

Credits are semester hours. Asterisk (*) indicates that the course is not offered every year.

 

Biology

   •  BIOL 420L  -  Introduction to Biostatics/Computational Biology Lab
   •  BIOL 422  -  Immunology
   •  BIOL 422L  -  Immunology Lab
   •  BIOL 431  -  Environmental Science and Conservation
   •  BIOL 431L  -  Environmental Science and Conservation Lab
   •  BIOL 434  -  Herpetology
   •  BIOL 434L  -  Herpetology Lab
   •  BIOL 436  -  Biogeography
   •  BIOL 467  -  Parasitology
   •  BIOL 467L  -  Parasitology Lab
   •  BIOL 483  -  Developmental Biology
   •  BIOL 483L  -  Developmental Biology Lab
   •  BIOL 484  -  Remote Sensing
   •  BIOL 484L  -  Remote Sensing Lab
   •  BIOL 490  -  Seminar
   •  BIOL 491  -  Independent Study
   •  BIOL 492  -  Topics
   •  BIOL 494  -  Internship
   •  BIOL 495  -  Practicum
   •  BIOL 496  -  Field Experience
   •  BIOL 591  -  Independent Study
   •  BIOL 592  -  Topics
   •  MLS 494  -  Internship

Center of Excellence

   •  CEX 491  -  Independent Study
   •  CEX 498  -  Undergraduate Research/Scholarship

Counselor Education

   •  CGPS 710  -  Administration of School Counseling Services
   •  CGPS 711  -  Counseling Children and Adolescents
   •  CGPS 713  -  Administration of Clinical Mental Health Counseling Services
   •  CGPS 736  -  Assessment in Counseling
   •  CGPS 737  -  Assessment: Psychopathology and Diagnosis
   •  CGPS 739  -  Psychopharmacology
   •  CGPS 742  -  Career and LifestyleDevelopment
   •  CGPS 747  -  Chemical Abuse and Dependency Counseling
   •  CGPS 748  -  Behavioral Addictions Counseling
   •  CGPS 752  -  Crisis and Disaster Intervention and Wellness
   •  CGPS 754  -  Introduction to School Counseling, School Environment, and Consultation
   •  CGPS 755  -  Human Growth and Development
   •  CGPS 758  -  Pre-Practicum: Counseling Skills and Applications
   •  CGPS 761  -  Theories of Counseling and Personality
   •  CGPS 762  -  Multicultural Counseling
   •  CGPS 765  -  Group Counseling
   •  CGPS 768  -  Family Counseling
   •  CGPS 769  -  Professional Orientation and Ethics in Counseling
   •  CGPS 774  -  School Counseling Program Development & Classroom Management
   •  CGPS 788  -  Master's Research Problem/Project
   •  CGPS 790  -  Seminar
   •  CGPS 791  -  Independent Study
   •  CGPS 792  -  Topics
   •  CGPS 794  -  Internship
   •  CGPS 795  -  Practicum
   •  CGPS 798  -  Thesis

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 106  -  Chemistry Survey
   •  CHEM 106L  -  Chemistry Survey Lab
   •  CHEM 108  -  Organic and Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 108L  -  Organic and Biochemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 112  -  General Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 112L  -  General Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 114  -  General Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 114L  -  General Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 191  -  Independent Study
   •  CHEM 291  -  Independent Study
   •  CHEM 314  -  Criminalistics
   •  CHEM 314L  -  Criminalistics Lab
   •  CHEM 326  -  Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 326L  -  Organic Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 328  -  Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 328L  -  Organic Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 332  -  Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 332L  -  Analytical Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 342  -  Physical Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 344  -  Physical Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 391  -  Independent Study
   •  CHEM 392  -  Topics
   •  CHEM 434  -  Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHEM 434L  -  Instrumental Analysis Lab
   •  CHEM 452  -  Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 452L  -  Inorganic Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 460  -  Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 460L  -  Biochemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 482  -  Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHEM 490  -  Seminar
   •  CHEM 491  -  Independent Study
   •  CHEM 491L  -  Independent Study in Chemistry - Lab
   •  CHEM 492  -  Topics
   •  CHEM 494  -  Internship
   •  CHEM 495  -  Practicum
   •  CHEM 498  -  Undergrad Research/Scholarship
   •  CHEM 552  -  Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 591  -  Independent Study
   •  CHEM 591L  -  Independent Study in Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 592  -  Topics

Chinese

   •  CHIN 101  -  Introductory Chinese I
   •  CHIN 102  -  Introductory Chinese II
   •  CHIN 201  -  Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHIN 202  -  Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHIN 311  -  Conversational Chinese
   •  CHIN 312  -  Chinese Grammar and Sentence Structure
   •  CHIN 350  -  Introduction to Business Chinese
   •  CHIN 353  -  Chinese Literature

Criminal Justice

   •  CJUS 192  -  Topics
 

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