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    Western Michigan University
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 
   •  A-S 3200 - Interinstitutional Study
   •  A-S 3900 - Arts and Sciences Seminar
   •  A-S 3990 - Field Experience (Community Participation)
   •  A-S 4960 - Writing-Intensive Mentored Portfolio
   •  A-S 4970 - Mentored Portfolio
   •  A-S 4980 - Directed Independent Study
   •  A-S 4990 - Cooperative Education and Practical Training
   •  ACTY 2100 - Principles of Accounting I
   •  ACTY 2110 - Principles of Accounting II
   •  ACTY 3100 - Financial Accounting I
   •  ACTY 3110 - Financial Accounting II
   •  ACTY 3130 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACTY 3220 - Managerial Accounting - Concepts and Practices
   •  ACTY 3240 - Introductory Tax Accounting
   •  ACTY 4100 - Internship in Accounting
   •  ACTY 4110 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACTY 4130 - Advanced Accounting Systems
   •  ACTY 4140 - Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting
   •  ACTY 4160 - Auditing
   •  ACTY 4220 - Cost Accounting - Theory and Practice
   •  ACTY 4240 - Advanced Tax Accounting
   •  ACTY 4310 - Special Topics in Accountancy
   •  ACTY 4320 - Special Topics in Accountancy
   •  ACTY 4330 - Special Topics in Accountancy
   •  ACTY 4340 - Special Topics in Accountancy
   •  ACTY 4350 - Special Topics in Accountancy
   •  ACTY 5980 - Readings in Accounting
   •  ADA 2250 - Drug Use: Personal and Social Impact
   •  ADA 3200 - Legal and Illegal Drugs
   •  ADA 3250 - Substance Abuse Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
   •  ADA 3300 - Addiction and the Addiction Process
   •  ADA 3360 - Clinical Approaches to Substance Use Disorders
   •  ADA 3370 - Substance Abuse Treatment Strategies
   •  ADA 3380 - Addiction Assessment, Recovery, and Illness Management
   •  ADA 5200 - Family and Addiction
   •  ADA 5250 - Women and Substance Abuse Treatment
   •  ADA 5300 - Clinical Theory in Substance Abuse Services
   •  ADA 5350 - Drug Testing
   •  ADA 5370 - Constructive Confrontation and Referral in Substance Abuse Services
   •  ADA 5450 - Alcohol, Drugs and Aging
   •  ADA 5650 - Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Violence
   •  ADA 5670 - Legal Offenders and Substance Abuse
   •  ADA 5700 - Field Education: Substance Abuse
   •  ADA 5800 - Substance Abuse Prevention
   •  ADA 5900 - Applied Alcohol and Drug Dependence Recovery Techniques
   •  ADA 5980 - Readings in Substance Abuse Services
   •  AE 2500 - Materials Science
   •  AE 2610 - Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
   •  AE 3610 - Aerodynamics I
   •  AE 3710 - Aerodynamics II
   •  AE 3800 - Flight Vehicle Performance
   •  AE 4590 - Flight Test Engineering and Design
   •  AE 4600 - Aircraft Stability and Control
   •  AE 4630 - Aerospace Structural Design
   •  AE 4660 - Aeronautical Propulsion Systems
   •  AE 4690 - Aircraft Design
   •  AE 4700 - Orbital Mechanics
   •  AE 4760 - Space Propulsion Systems
   •  AE 4950 - Topics in Aerospace Engineering
   •  AE 4990 - Independent Study
   •  AFS 2000 - Introduction and Foundations to Africana Studies
   •  AFS 2100 - Comparative Approaches to Forms of Black Consciousness
   •  AFS 2800 - Topics and Themes in Africana Studies
   •  AFS 3000 - Black Experience: From the African Beginnings to 1865
   •  AFS 3010 - Black Experience: From 1866 to the Present
   •  AFS 3100 - The Black Woman: Historical Perspective and Contemporary Status
   •  AFS 3140 - The Black Community
   •  AFS 3220 - West Africa in Colonial America
   •  AFS 3350 - Research Procedures in Africana Studies
   •  AFS 3400 - African and African-American Cinema
   •  AFS 3580 - The African Diaspora: Peoples and Cultures
   •  AFS 3600 - Black Woman-Black Man Relationships
   •  AFS 3700 - Black Historical Movements/Moments
   •  AFS 3800 - Special Topics in Africana Literature and Culture
   •  AFS 3900 - Women Writers in Contemporary Black Literature from the 19th Centurey to the Present
   •  AFS 3950 - Women of Color in the U.S.
   •  AFS 4650 - Internship in Africana Studies
   •  AFS 4860 - Africa and the Slave Trade
   •  AFS 4980 - Directed Independent Study
   •  AMEL 5000 - Special Topics in World Languages
   •  ANTH 1100 - Lost Worlds and Archaeology
   •  ANTH 1200 - Peoples of the World
   •  ANTH 1500 - Race, Biology, and Culture
   •  ANTH 2100 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 2400 - Principles of Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 2500 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology
   •  ANTH 2510 - Forensic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 2600 - Sex, Gender, Culture
   •  ANTH 2800 - Language in a Global World
   •  ANTH 3010 - Anthropology through Film
   •  ANTH 3030 - Historical Archaeology
   •  ANTH 3060 - Archaeology of Civilization
   •  ANTH 3090 - Archaeology of Inequality and Resistance
   •  ANTH 3120 - Medicine and Culture
   •  ANTH 3390 - Cultures of Latin America
   •  ANTH 3400 - Cultures of Asia
   •  ANTH 3410 - Cultures of Africa
   •  ANTH 3420 - Cultures of Middle East
   •  ANTH 3430 - Cultures of Europe
   •  ANTH 3440 - The First Americans
 

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