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Ohio Wesleyan University    
2016-2017 Catalog 
  
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
2016-2017 Catalog

Courses of Instruction



Key to Abbreviations

ACCT Accounting HONS Honors Courses
ACTV Activity INT Interdisciplinary
AMRS Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies ITAL Italian
ART Fine Arts JAPN Japanese
ASTR Astronomy JOUR Journalism
BIOL Biology LAS Latin American Studies
BOMI Botany/Microbiology LATI Latin
BUS Business Administration MATH Mathematics
BWS Black World Studies MUS Music
CHEM Chemistry MUSP Music Performance
CHIN Chinese PG Politics and Government
CLAS Classics PHIL Philosophy
CMLT Comparative Literature PHYS Physics
CS Computer Science PSYC Psychology
DANC Dance REL Religion
ECON Economics RUSS Russian
EDUC Education SOAN Sociology/Anthropology
ENG English SPAN Spanish
FREN French SWAH Swahili
GEOG Geography THEA Theatre
GEOL Geology UC University Courses
GERM German URB Urban Studies
GREE Greek-Classical WGS Women’s/Gender Studies
HHK Health & Human Kinetics ZOOL Zoology
HIST History    

To aid students in long-range planning, the letters F for fall semester and S for spring semester have been placed after selected course descriptions. All courses carry one unit of academic credit unless otherwise indicated.

Course Selection

Freshmen and sophomores should enroll in courses numbered 100 through 249, but may be permitted to take courses numbered above 250 with the relevant department’s permission. Juniors and seniors should enroll in courses numbered above 250, but may be permitted to take courses numbered below 250 if (a) it is necessary for the major; (b) it is a second (third, etc.) foreign language; (c) it is an elective in the area of science or mathematics where the student does not have the prerequisites for advanced course work; or (d) there is sufficient space in the class after the registration of freshmen and sophomores.

 

Economics

   •  ECON 259 - National Income and Business Cycles
   •  ECON 260 - Current Economics Issues
   •  ECON 277 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 282 - Global Poverty
   •  ECON 300 6 - The Internet: Economic Choices and Business Strategies
   •  ECON 300 8 - Behavioral Economics
   •  ECON 345 - The Economic Growth of Modern Japan
   •  ECON 353 - Economic Development
   •  ECON 354 - Economic History
   •  ECON 355 - Econometrics
   •  ECON 357 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 366 - Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
   •  ECON 370 - Economic Systems
   •  ECON 372 - International Economics
   •  ECON 375 - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 378 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 385 - Mathematical Analysis for Economists
   •  ECON 387 - Introduction to Game Theory
   •  ECON 490 A - Independent Study
   •  ECON 490 B - Group Independent Study
   •  ECON 491 - Directed Readings
   •  ECON 495 - Apprenticeship Program
   •  ECON 499 - Senior Seminar

Education

   •  EDUC 105 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  EDUC 110 - The Role of the School
   •  EDUC 115 - Teaching for Equity and Social Justice
   •  EDUC 251 - Psychological Foundations of Education
   •  EDUC 252 - Teaching Reading with Children's Literature in Grades PreK-8
   •  EDUC 259 - (See THEA 259 for information)
   •  EDUC 300 3 - Pedagogy of Teaching Algebra
   •  EDUC 301 - (See ART 301 for information)
   •  EDUC 321 - Literacy Instruction in the Preschool and Elementary Years, Grades PreK-5
   •  EDUC 322 - Integrated Methods for Early Childhood Teachers: I
   •  EDUC 323 - Integrated Methods for Early Childhood Teachers: II
   •  EDUC 329 - Field Practicum: Early Childhood
   •  EDUC 330 - Teaching Content Area Subjects for Grades Four and Five
   •  EDUC 339 - Field Practicum: Grades 4-5
   •  EDUC 341 - Middle School Principles and Practices
   •  EDUC 345 - Middle School Methods: Math
   •  EDUC 346 - Middle School Methods: Reading & Language Arts
   •  EDUC 347 - Middle School Methods: Science
   •  EDUC 348 - Middle School Methods: Social Studies
   •  EDUC 349 - Field Practicum: Middle School
   •  EDUC 351 - Phonics and the Teaching of Reading
   •  EDUC 352 - Corrective Reading
   •  EDUC 353 - Developmental Reading: Content Literacy and Young Adult Literature
   •  EDUC 354 - Multicultural Education
   •  EDUC 363 - Teaching Music: Elementary
   •  EDUC 365 - Secondary Methods: Math
   •  EDUC 366 - Secondary Methods: English & Language Arts
   •  EDUC 367 - Secondary Methods: Science
   •  EDUC 368 - Secondary Methods: Social Studies
   •  EDUC 369 - Field Practicum: Secondary
   •  EDUC 370 - Secondary Teaching: Knowledge and Practice
   •  EDUC 377 - Teaching Workshop: Supporting and Extending the Learning
   •  EDUC 378 - Foreign Language in the School
   •  EDUC 461 - Student Teaching: Early Childhood
   •  EDUC 462 - Student Teaching: Early Childhood
   •  EDUC 463 - Student Teaching: Early Childhood
   •  EDUC 464 - Teaching as a Professional Community Builder: Early Childhood Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDUC 471 - Student Teaching: Secondary and PreK-12
   •  EDUC 472 - Student Teaching: Secondary and PreK-12
   •  EDUC 473 - Student Teaching: Secondary and PreK-12
   •  EDUC 474 - Being and Becoming a Professional: Secondary and PreK-12 Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDUC 481 - Student Teaching: Middle School
   •  EDUC 482 - Student Teaching: Middle School
   •  EDUC 483 - Student Teaching: Middle School
   •  EDUC 484 - Becoming a Member of a Teaching Team: Middle School Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDUC 490 - Independent Study
   •  EDUC 491 - Directed Readings

English

   •  ENG 105 - College Writing Seminar
   •  ENG 120 - Introduction to Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 145 - Reading [a text or texts]
   •  ENG 150 - Introduction to Literary Study. Required of all majors and minors.
   •  ENG 176 - Alternative Worlds in British and American Literature
   •  ENG 180 - Narratives (1): The Short Story
   •  ENG 182 - Narratives (2): Longer Forms (Novella, Novel)
   •  ENG 224 - African American Images
   •  ENG 226 - American Images
   •  ENG 228 - British Images
   •  ENG 254 - Introduction to Film
   •  ENG 260 - Writing Essays
   •  ENG 265 - Elements of Style and Rhetoric
   •  ENG 266 - Women's Literature in English
   •  ENG 268 - Black Women's Literary Traditions
   •  ENG 273 - Approaches to African American Literature
   •  ENG 278 - Native American Literature
   •  ENG 310 - Writing for the Workplace
   •  ENG 314 - Writing Fiction
   •  ENG 315 - Writing Nonfiction
   •  ENG 316 - Writing Poetry
   •  ENG 318 - Playwriting
   •  ENG 319 - Screenwriting
   •  ENG 330 - Studies in Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 334 - Chaucer and his Contemporaries
   •  ENG 336 - Studies in Shakespeare
   •  ENG 338 - Shakespeare: This Great Stage
   •  ENG 340 - The Renaissance Author
   •  ENG 342 - Drama and Theatre to 1700
   •  ENG 344 - Drama, 1700-1900: The Development of “Realism”
 

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