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Complete 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Virginia State ...

Complete 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Virginia State ...

Complete 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Virginia State

Virginia State University Building A Better World 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog Virginia State University 1 Hayden Drive Virginia State University, Virginia

  • Page 2 and 3: VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY UNDERGRAD
  • Page 4 and 5: Students at Work Laboratory Experim
  • Page 6 and 7: THE CATALOG COMMITTEE Dr. Weldon Hi
  • Page 8 and 9: Honors Program.....................
  • Page 10 and 11: University Calendar for 2012-2014 (
  • Page 12 and 13: JULY Thursday 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY (U
  • Page 14 and 15: Friday 14 Term II, Last Day to Add
  • Page 16 and 17: PRESIDENTS John Mercer Langston, LL
  • Page 18 and 19: ADMINISTRATION Keith T. Miller Pres
  • Page 20 and 21: MISSION STATEMENT is a comprehensi
  • Page 22 and 23: National Association of Mentors in
  • Page 24 and 25: Virginia Drinking Age Law: Virginia
  • Page 26 and 27: SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY THE UNIVER
  • Page 28 and 29: PROHIBITION OF WORKPLACE HARASSMENT
  • Page 30 and 31: VI. Obligations and Responsibilitie
  • Page 32 and 33: FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVA
  • Page 34 and 35: TRANSFER POLICY THE UNIVERSITY Tran
  • Page 36 and 37: Cheating also includes, but is not
  • Page 38 and 39: The International Baccalaureate. St
  • Page 40 and 41: Readmission. Students who interrupt
  • Page 42 and 43: Penalties for academic dishonesty m
  • Page 44 and 45: Degree- degrees conferred by VSU a
  • Page 46 and 47: Transfer students must spend a year
  • Page 48 and 49: IV. DISPOSITIONS ACC renders dispos
  • Page 50 and 51: Other areas ACC monitors grade appe
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    Academic advisors, department chair

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    should follow the procedure describ

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    GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM PROVISION

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    Global Studies 3.00 semester hours

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    Mathematics 6.00 semester hours req

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    SPECIAL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Bachelor

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    Unrestrictive Electives 57 credit h

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    CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT AT VIRGINIA S

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    Mission of Degree Programs: In acco

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    • The Plant, Soil and Environment

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    AGEC 143 PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURAL

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    AGRI 402 STUDENT TEACHING IN AGRICU

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    ANSC 348 FARM DAIRYING - 3 semester

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    BIOL 241 Introduction to Microbiolo

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    PLSC 442 PROBLEMS IN PLANT SCIENCE

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTU

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    HISTORY Semester Hours HIST 114 Wor

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    DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER S

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    DIET 422 NUTRITION AND THE COMMUNIT

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    FCCS 102 INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND COM

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    TAMM 473 TEXTILE DESIGN - 3 semeste

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    Additional Requirement for Teacher

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    Literature ENGL212 ENGL214 Am

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    DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER S

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    Restricted Electives SPEE 214 I

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    DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND CONSUMER S

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    DIET 437 DIET 489 BIOL 316 Medic

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    HISTORY Hrs. HIST 122 US History I

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    Electives: SUBJECT AREA HOURS Scien

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    Mathematics MATH121 MATH122 Colle

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    Mission of the Department To prepar

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    HMGT 221 PRINCIPLES OF FOOD PREPARA

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    HMGT 321 SERVICE MANAGEMENT - 3 sem

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    HMGT 404 HOSPITALITY ACCOUNTING AND

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    DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMEN

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    DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMEN

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    History 3.00 semester hours require

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    4. GOAL: Students will understand t

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    Semester 3 COBU 111 1 2 Legal, Et

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    CORE BUSINESS Course Descriptions C

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    *All three courses must be taken si

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    ACCOUNTING Course Descriptions ACCT

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    FINC 415 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MA

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    DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANC

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    MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Cour

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    MISY 381 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE A

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    MISY 485 ADVANCED WEB DEVELOPMENT A

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATIO

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    • To develop students’ understa

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    MGMT 444 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL

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    BUSINESS PHASE MANAGEMENT Semester

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKET

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    MKTG 460 DIRECT MARKETING - 3 semes

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKET

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    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL E

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    DEPARTMENT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

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    EDUC 202 INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING I

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    IDST 200 DIGITAL MEDIA IN TEACHER E

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    Department of Teaching and Learning

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    *These courses also meet General Ed

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    General Education Requirements for

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    DEPARTMENT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

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    Minor Requirements (15 Hours) Cours

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    SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND T

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    BIOLOGY Course Descriptions BIOL 11

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    BIOL 311 COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANA

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    BIOL410 SYSTEMATIC BOTANY LABORATOR

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    BIOL 423 CONSERVATION BIOLOGY - 3 s

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    DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY Bachelor of S

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    DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY BS in Biology

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    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS C

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    CHEMISTRY Course Descriptions “A

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    CHEM 218 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I - 3

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    CHEM 415 ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMIST

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    PHYS 113 GENERAL PHYSICS II LABORAT

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    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY M

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    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY M

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    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Chemistry w

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    Objectives of the Department 1. Pro

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    CPEG 307 LINEAR SYSTEM ANALYSIS - 3

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    CPEG 420 NANOTECHNOLOGY FABRICATION

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    ENGR 305 MATERIALS ENGINEERING - 3

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    MANE 461, 462 SENIOR PROJECT 1, 11,

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    1. Any courses from CPEP, ENGR, ENG

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    DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING Bachelor

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    Engineering Courses (42hours) 2 Cr

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    Student Organizations Computer Sci

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE Course Description

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    CSCI 489 OPERATING SYSTEMS - 3 seme

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    CSCI 453 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING -

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    MAED 464 TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN MI

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    MATH 294 MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE I -

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    MATH 392 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR PRO

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    MATH 490 GRAPH THEORY - 3 semester

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    STAT 490 PROBABILITY THEORY - 3 sem

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    SENIOR YEAR CSCI 493 Senior Project

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    JUNIOR YEAR MATH 325 Linear Algebra

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    SENIOR YEAR Advanced Calculus I 3

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    SENIOR YEAR Advanced Calculus I 3

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    SENIOR YEAR Advanced Calculus I 3

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    Student Organizations National Stud

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    NURSING Course Descriptions NURS 10

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    DEPARTMENT OF NURSING Associate of

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    PSYCHOLOGY Course Descriptions PSYC

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    PSYC 401 TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY - 3 s

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    DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY (2011-2013

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    DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY Chairperso

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    ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

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    ELET 420, 421 SENIOR PROJECT I, II

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    MCET 406 MACHINE DESIGN II - 3 seme

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    INLT 261 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II -

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    Prerequisite: STAT 210 INLT 385 COS

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    ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

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    INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS TECHNOLOG

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    Completion Requirement A total of e

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    • Research - Consistent with the

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    DEPARTMENT OF ART AND DESIGN Chairp

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    Graphic Design Minor To be eligible

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    STUDIO ART COURSES ARTS 203 PRINTMA

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    ARTS 415 PAINTING: FIGURE - 3 semes

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    GRAPHIC DESIGN COURSES VCAD 201 TYP

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    WEB DESIGN COURSES VCAD 304 HTML -

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    BFA IN VISUAL ARTS Animation Concen

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    BFA IN VISUAL ARTS Studio Arts Conc

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    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUC

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    DANCE Course Descriptions DANC 100

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    HLTH 340 COMMUNITY HEALTH - 3 semes

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    HLTH 451 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN HEALT

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    PHED 127 BEGINNING SWIMMING -1 seme

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    PHED 328/ DANC 328 ADVANCED DANCE C

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    PHED 407 SPORT PSYCHOLOGY - 3 semes

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    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUC

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    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUC

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    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUC

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    DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPH

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    HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Course Descr

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    HIST 341 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY F

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    HIST 453 HISTORY OF BLACK EDUCATION

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    PHIL 422 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE - 3

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    DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPH

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    Special Facilities and Equipment f

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    ENGL 201 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE

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    ENGL 321 LESBIAN AND GAY LITERATURE

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    ENGL 362 LITERATURE AND FILM - 3 se

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    ARABIC ARAB 110 ELEMENTARY ARABIC I

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    GERM 212 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I - 3

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    SPAN 312 PRACTICAL SPANISH PHONETIC

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    DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES AND LITERAT

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    DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATIONS C

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    COMM 303 HISTORY OF PRINT AND ONLIN

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    COMM 341 TELEVISION PRODUCTION - 3

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    COMM 391 GRADUATE SCHOOL PREPARATIO

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    COMM 497 INTERNSHIP IN MASS MEDIA -

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    DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE adv

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    SUMMARY DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIE

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Chairperson P

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    Areas of Specialization Bachelor of

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    MUSIC MUSIC (APPLIED) APPLIED PIANO

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    MUSI 323 & 324 APPLIED BRASS MAJOR

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    APPLIED WOODWINDS MUSI 121 & 122 AP

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    PERFORMANCE ENSEMBLES The Departmen

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    MUSI 191 STRING CLASS - 1 semester

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    MUSI 295 WOODWIND CLASS - 1 semeste

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    MUSI 482 INSTRUMENTAL PEDAGOGY - 2

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR Bac

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    THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

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    The Public Administration Club (PAC

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    POLI 303 POLITICAL PARTIES AND PRES

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    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Course Descri

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    ECON 211 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMI

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    THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

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    Bachelor of Arts - Political Scienc

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    We endeavor to provide curricula an

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    SOCI 311 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIA

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    SOCI 420 SENIOR SEMINAR - 3 semeste

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    SOWK 330 DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL COM

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    CRIMINAL JUSTICE Course Description

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    CJUS 380 CRIMINAL PROCEDURES - 3 se

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    DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, SOCIAL WOR

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    DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, SOCIAL WOR

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    GENERAL INFORMATION Financial Paym

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    Virginia State University students

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    educational programming and facts a

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    ATALAY, Asmare (1997), Professor, A

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    William and Mary. Unive

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    University of Virginia. Commonwe

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    Ph.D., Howard University. Virgini

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    and State University, M.S., Radford

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    Auburn University. NUNNALLY

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    University. M.A., Ph.D., Universit

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    Virginia Commonwealth University.

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