This course is an opportunity for students to learn more about their own personal development and evolution up to this point, by examining theories and research regarding child and adolescent devel
Using the classification of psychopathology contained in the current edition of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) as a guide
In this course, students explore adult development and aging.
Students will learn how to function in a variety of clinical and service related settings: hospitals, clinics, hospices, nursing homes, and educational and recreational centers.
This course considers country music's songwriters, performers, and business people and how they reflect or inspire vari ous gender images and identities in society.
This course provides an introduction to issues, trends, and arguments in contemporary ethnomusicology, or the cultural study of music.
This course exams the history of the music, artists, business leaders, and practices of one of the most important music genres of the 20th century: R&B/soul.
This interdisciplinary course investigates the ways in which masculinity is constructed in contemporary society.
When songwriter/poets portray a city through the blues, they choose gritty lyrics to reflect its tough side.
The course examines psychoanalysis and existential therapy. Students learn both traditional and current developments in the field.
This course covers basic grammar, composition, and cultural reading selections. The emphasis is on pronunciation and conversational Spanish.
A continuation of LSPN-161, this course covers more advanced grammar, composition, and reading selections. Emphasis continues on pronunciation and conversational Spanish.
Spanish 3 develops the language skills built in Spanish 1 and 2. Students learn Latin American and Spanish culture, including music and literature.
Spanish 4 is a continuation of Spanish 3 as students develop advanced language skills through readings and analyses of literature and cinema.
Curso intensivo provides a "crash course" in Spanish language and culture.
Cinema en espa~nol introduces students to the diverse offerings of film in Spanish.
Literatura iberoamericana introduces students to Latin American literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. Students examine two major literary genres: the novel and poetry.
This course will provide a survey of the music industry, highlighting those areas where music and business intersect.
A specialized study for musicians of local, state, and federal tax systems in the United States.
An overview of the activities involved in managing a business, including marketing, accounting, finance, and the production of goods and services.