Dec 12, 2018  
2018-19 CATALOG 
    
2018-19 CATALOG

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

The first digit in each course designation is intended to indicate the level of the course. In addition, the first digit also roughly indexes the student’s year of study at the University.

Courses numbered 001 to 099 are non-baccalaureate developmental courses.

Courses numbered 100 to 299 are lower-division.

Courses numbered 300 to 499 are upper-division.

Courses numbered 500 to 599 are graduate level, and may be taken by advanced upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate students for undergraduate or graduate credit.

Courses numbered 600 to 699 are graduate level. These courses may be taken by undergraduate students only on an individual basis, and only with prior, case-by-case approval of the program director of the program offering the course (or his/her designee).

Courses numbered 700 to 799 are doctoral level.

Courses numbered 1000 and above not listed in this catalog because these are professional-level courses carrying University credit, which do not typically apply to credentials or degrees offered by the University. These courses are recorded on student transcripts.

Students should consult relevant sections of this catalog, as well as college and program advising staff, in order to determine which courses are appropriate for their level of study, and which courses satisfy degree requirements for various programs of study.

 

Ethnic Studies

   •  ETST 101 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies
   •  ETST 301 - Ethnic Studies and Society
   •  ETST 310 - Theories and Concepts in Ethnic Studies
   •  ETST 320 - Ethnic Studies Methodologies
   •  ETST 400 - Senior Project in Ethnic Studies
   •  ETST 420 - Special Topics in Ethnic Studies
   •  ETST 495 - Internship: Fieldwork in Marginalized Racial-Ethnic Communities
   •  ETST 499A - Independent Study
   •  ETST 499B - Independent Study
   •  ETST 499C - Independent Study

Film Studies

   •  FMST 100 - Introduction to Cinema
   •  FMST 300 - Elements of Cinema
   •  FMST 375 - Family, Tradition and Gender in Chinese Films
   •  FMST 390 - Topics in Cinema Studies
   •  FMST 398 - Independent Study
   •  FMST 495 - Internship in Film Studies
   •  FMST 499 - Independent Research in Film Studies

Finance

Students who have remained in any FIN course past the add/drop deadline three times may not register a fourth time for that course.

   •  FIN 302 - Foundations of Finance
   •  FIN 304 - Introduction to Corporate Finance
   •  FIN 321 - Investment Analysis
   •  FIN 331 - Financial Markets and Institutions
   •  FIN 341 - Multinational Financial Management
   •  FIN 404 - Advanced Corporate Finance
   •  FIN 422 - Advanced Investment Analysis
   •  FIN 432 - Managing Financial Risk
   •  FIN 481 - Selected Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 482 - Selected Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 483 - Selected Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 484 - Selected Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 485 - Selected Topics in Finance with Lab
   •  FIN 498A - Independent Study in Finance
   •  FIN 498B - Independent Study in Finance
   •  FIN 498C - Independent Study in Finance
   •  FIN 498D - Independent Study in Finance
   •  FIN 502 - Foundations of Finance
   •  FIN 602 - Corporate Finance
   •  FIN 612 - International Finance
   •  FIN 622 - Real Estate Finance and Hotel Asset Management

Wildfire Science

   •  FIRE 101 - Wildland Urban Interface
   •  FIRE 105 - Fire Science
   •  FIRE 210 - Emerging Technologies and Topics
   •  FIRE 351 - Wildfire Law and Economics
   •  FIRE 352 - Emergency Management, Operations, and Administration
   •  FIRE 353 - Firefighter Health and Safety
   •  FIRE 354 - Firefighter Stress, Behavioral, and Mental Health
   •  FIRE 355 - Land Use Planning and Community Resiliency
   •  FIRE 399 - Special Topics in Wildfire Science
   •  FIRE 402 - Fire Behavior, Fuels, and Resource Management
   •  FIRE 489 - Research Methods and Design
   •  FIRE 499 - Senior Experience in Wildfire Science

French

   •  FREN 101 - Beginning French I
   •  FREN 102 - Beginning French II
   •  FREN 201 - Intermediate French I
   •  FREN 202 - Intermediate French II
   •  FREN 311 - Advanced French
   •  FREN 312 - French Composition and Advanced Oral Practice
   •  FREN 314 - Advanced French for Business
   •  FREN 315 - Reading and Analysis of French and Francophone Literary Texts
   •  FREN 350 - Civilization and Culture of France and Francophone World
   •  FREN 380 - Narrative to Film
   •  FREN 395A - Independent Study
   •  FREN 395B - Independent Study
   •  FREN 395C - Independent Study
   •  FREN 399 - Internship/Field Work in Community and University Service
   •  FREN 415 - Modern France in the Eyes of North African Immigrant Women Writers
   •  FREN 450 - The Art of Advertising: French and Francophone Culture

General Education - Life Long Learning and Information Literacy

   •  GEL 10A - Quantitative Skills and College Success Laboratory
   •  GEL 10B - Quantitative Skills and College Success Laboratory
   •  GEL 101 - The Student, The University, The Community
   •  GEL 110 - Quantitative Skills and College Success
   •  GEL 120 - Writing and Reading for College Success

General Education - Oral Communication

   •  GEO 102 - Oral Communication

General Education - Science

   •  GES 100 - The Physical Science Around Us
   •  GES 101 - Matter, Molecules, Life, and the Environment I [Physical Science]
   •  GES 102 - Matter, Molecules, Life, and the Environment II [Life Science]
   •  GES 103 - The Life and Environmental Sciences Around Us
   •  GES 105 - Introduction to Physical Science
   •  GES 110 - Activities in Physical Science

General Education - Writing

   •  GEW 50 - Basic Writing Skills
   •  GEW 101 - Principles of Written Communication

Geography

   •  GEOG 110 - Introduction to Physical Geography
   •  GEOG 120 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
   •  GEOG 201 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 202 - World Regional Geography: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Enhanced
   •  GEOG 305 - The U.S.-Mexico Border
   •  GEOG 310 - Climate Change and Life in the Anthropocene
   •  GEOG 320 - Patterns of San Diego County
   •  GEOG 325 - America’s Urban Areas: A Multidisciplinary Exploration
   •  GEOG 330 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Explorations across the Curriculum
   •  GEOG 335 - Advanced Spatial Statistics and Analysis
   •  GEOG 340 - Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 341 - Nature and Society in California
   •  GEOG 352 - Environment, Development and Sustainability
   •  GEOG 365 - Globalization and Trade
   •  GEOG 390 - Topics in Geography
   •  GEOG 422 - Urban Geography: Cities in Global Context
   •  GEOG 430 - Geo Visualization
   •  GEOG 431 - Remote Sensing and Applications
   •  GEOG 433 - Programming in GIS
   •  GEOG 435 - Research in Geographic Information Systems
 

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