PH101: Greek PhilosophyAn examination of the origins of Western philosophy as it arose in ancient Greece. The course begins with the Pre-Socratic philosophers, centers on the philosophies of Plato and Aristotle, and closes with the important Hellenistic traditions...
101 Elementary Russian. Introduction to Russian life and culture through the study of language. This course focuses on the development of functional socio-cultural competence in listening, speaking, reading and writing. No prerequisite. 2 units .102 Elementary...
The Painting area consists of two seven-hundred square foot studios.
One is dedicated to beginning painting, the other to advanced levels of
painting. It also includes a loft area which accommodates up to four
graduate students. The current area also includes...
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree at Adams State College
requires that students complete the ASC General Education requirements
of 38 credits, 39 credits of Art Core Classes, 12 credits of art
electives, 10 general elective credits, and 24 credits...
GOVT 291: American Government (3 hours)HIST 202: U. S. to 1865 (3 hours)HIST 203: U. S. since 1865 (3 hours)HGP 471: Senior Seminar (3 hours)
GOVT 436: American Thought (3 hours)GOVT 466: Ancient Political Theory (3...
In this comprehensive pre-professional program, students take
academic courses and observe and participate in supervised clinical
practica. These activities are designed to provide a strong base for
entry into a professional certifying degree program at...
The major focus of the Bachelor of Science degree program in Dietetics
is in the field of health. It is a useful and practical area of study
for students interested in health maintenance and rehabilitation
through the science of nutrition. Physiological, biological,...
A Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre prepares students for
professional careers in musical theatre. This program is intended to
produce the highest achievement possible in the level of performance of
the actor/dancer/singer through study of musical skills,...
The Recreation and Tourism major has been a pioneer in the design
and development of professional recreation curricula at the undergraduate
level since it was established in 1964. It has been directly responsible
for the professional...
The primary objective of the Computer Information Systems Emphasis is to provide the applicable course work and experiences to allow graduates to secure industry positions in the fields of programming, systems analysis, systems design, database design/administration...
General Business courses and faculty are dispersed throughout the various business schools . The General Business Emphasis prepares students for a wide
variety of careers in business, the management of small or family-owned
businesses and graduate...
The accounting program’s mission is to deliver high-quality instruction
that prepares students for entry into a wide variety of accounting and
business careers, or to enter graduate school.
The accounting program’s primary objective is to facilitate...
The undergraduate program in nursing is a nine semester program
leading to a bachelor of science degree. Nursing is an independent
professional discipline requiring critical inquiry and discriminating
judgment to assist individuals,...
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering In addition to contributing toward achieving the educational objectives described in the CSM Graduate profile and the ABET Accreditation Criteria, the educational objectives which the Mining Engineering Department aspires...
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