Nov 16, 2018  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Accountancy

  
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    ACCT 6211 - Adv Financial Reporting

    (3) Business combinations and consolidated financial statements, accounting for foreign currency transactions, translation of foreign subsidiary financial statements, and partnership accounting. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3120.
  
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    ACCT 6241 - Advanced Auditing

    (3) (0551) (0551). Auditing of computer-based accounting systems; emphasis on audit software and computer auditing techniques used to evaluate accounting system controls and test accounting data integrity; nature and use of expert systems in accounting with emphasis on their use as an audit tool. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3120 PREREQUISITE(S) or COREQUISITE(S): ACCT 4240.
  
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    ACCT 6520 - Taxation/Bus Entities

    (3) Introduction to the federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts. PREPREQUISITE: ACCT 3510 or permission of instructor. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3510 or permission of instructor.
  
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    ACCT 7000 - Fundamentals Of Acct

    (3) (7001) (7001). Accelerated and in-depth introduction to the conceptual foundations of accounting as a dynamic information system for measuring and communicating economic and financial data for planning and control purposes. Primarily for non-business students but is acceptable to remove accounting prerequisites for the MBA and MS programs.
  
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    ACCT 7040 - Legal Concepts Business

    (3) A survey of the legal, social, and political factors that affect business operations; prerequisite for MBA Core Knowledge and Skills.
  
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    ACCT 7050 - Corp Governance/Bus Ethics

    (2) Detailed analysis of the role of corporate governance in the free enterprise system and capital markets; focused consideration of moral principles, ethical standards, and corporate code of business ethics.
  
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    ACCT 7080 - Financial/Managerial Acct Mgrs

    (3) Use of accounting information by an organization’s investors, creditors, regulatory authorities and managers; develops financial credit analysis skills useful in business decision making; analysis of accounting information useful for monitoring efficiency, quality, and timeliness of an operation; pricing and costing of products and services; planning and performance measurement.
  
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    ACCT 7110 - Acct for Decision Making

    (3) (7010) (7010). Financial reporting from a decision-maker’s perspective, managerial use of accounting information; includes case studies and research projects. NOTE: Not open to students who have received credit for ACCT 3310 or a similar course.
  
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    ACCT 7120 - Strategic Accounting

    (3) Theoretical aspects of financial reporting focusing on the quality of accounting reports and contemporary accounting controversies; case studies and research projects. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3120.
  
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    ACCT 7140 - Financial Statement Analysis

    (3) Examining fmancial statements in the context of identifying the financial information available to analysts as well as techniques useful in transforming this basic information into forms more useful for analysis. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 2010 or ACCT 7080 .
  
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    ACCT 7172 - Global Acct Policies

    (3) Accelerated and in-depth introduction to conceptual foundations of financial and managerial accounting; selected tax topics. Restricted to students enrolled in IMBA concentration. Restricted to students enrolled in IMBA concentration.
  
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    ACCT 7241 - Internal Auditing

    (3) Authoritative internal audit standards, ethics of internal auditors, techniques of efficiency and effectiveness audits. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 4240.
  
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    ACCT 7310 - Adv Cost Accounting

    (3) Budgets, determination of standards, variances and their functions, cost reports, profit projecting, direct costing, gross profit and breakeven analysis, cost-profit volume analysis, capital expenditure control, comparative cost analysis. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3310 or ACCT 7110 .
  
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    ACCT 7320 - Controllership

    (3) Controllership function; evolution of management accounting; conceptual framework of management accounting compared and contrasted with financial accounting; functional tools used by controllers; emphasis on research, and written and oral communication skills in context of management accounting. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3310.
  
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    ACCT 7412 - Legal/Acctg Aspects Entrep

    (3) Prepares students to understand the regulatory framework for establishing a firm, legal forms of a business such as sole proprietorship, partnership, S corporation, and LLC; study of federal securities regulations, accounting, auditing, taxes, financial reporting, and uses of accounting data. The course also covers contract law, cyber law, copyrights and patents, ethics and social entrepreneurship.
  
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    ACCT 7420 - Acct Databases/Systems

    (3) Accounting systems analysis and design; advanced system analysis tools; integrating accounting and computer controls; ACCESS; queries; forms and reports; achieving database normalization; development of working accounting model; project; lab environment. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 3110.
  
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    ACCT 7510 - Tax Research & Theory

    (3) Advanced study of federal taxation with emphasis on tax research methodology and various theoretical precepts; integration of basic tax knowledge with skillful tax research to accomplish desired ethical tax objectives. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 6520 .
  
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    ACCT 7511 - Tax- Partnships/Prtnrs

    (3) Tax law organization, operation, and liquidation of partnerships; general overview of Subchapter K, acquisitions of partnership interests, basis of partner’s partnership interest, taxation of partnership operations, transfers of partnership interests, partnership distributions, death or retirement of partner, adjustments to basis of partnership assets. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 7510  or permission of the instructor.
  
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    ACCT 7512 - Tax-Corp/Shrhldrs

    (3) Tax law: organization, operation, and liquidation of corporations; organization of corporation under Code Section 351 and related problems; corporation’s capital structure; corporate income tax; corporate elections under Subchapter S; stock redemptions and partial liquidations; and corporate reorganizations and liquidations. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 7510  or permission of the instructor.
  
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    ACCT 7514 - Estate And Gift Tax

    (3) Transfer taxes (gift tax, estate tax, generation-skipping transfer taxes; all taxes on transfer of property accumulated after imposition of income tax); federal gift and death taxes with emphasis on tax planning. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 7510  or permission of the instructor.
  
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    ACCT 7518 - Selected Topics/Taxatn

    (3) Special tax considerations of individuals, partnership, corporations, estates, trusts, exempt organizations, and governmental entities. PREREQUISITE(S): ACCT 7510  or permission of the instructor.
  
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    ACCT 7610 - Acct Issues/Servc Econ

    (3) This culminating experience integrates financial, managerial, accounting information systems, auditing and tax knowledge and skills developed in core courses of the MS in accounting. PREREQUISITE(S): 15 hours of graduate-level accounting courses and permission of either Director of School of Accountancy or accounting masters advisor.
  
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    ACCT 7626 - Financial Report/Audit Stand

    (3) Theory and practice of financial accounting and reporting for profit and non-profit entities, including governments; auditing and attestation standards and procedures. PREREQUISITE(S): permission of the School of Accountancy.
  
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    ACCT 7627 - Regulatory/Business Envrnmnt

    (3) Theory and practice of regulatory and business environments; nature and types of common business structures; technology in business environment; business laws and regulatory issues; taxation of businesses; individuals and property transactions. PREREQUISITE(S): permission of the School of Accountancy.
  
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    ACCT 7910 - Problems In Acct

    (1-3) Directed independent reading and research projects in an area selected by the student with the approval of the supervising faculty member and Faculty Director. Proposed plan of study must be approved prior to enrollment. PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of the director Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.
  
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    ACCT 7911 - Intrnshp Accounting

    (1-6) Internship in business organization to gain on-the-job experience and to develop writing, organizational, and applied performance skills. Projects approved and supervised by area of Accountancy. NOTE: Credit not applicable to accounting master’s degrees. PREREQUISITE(S): Graduate standing and permission of College Internship Director Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.
  
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    ACCT 7920 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7921 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7922 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7923 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7924 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7925 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7926 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7927 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7928 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7929 - Special Topics in Accountancy

    (1-3) Varied topics. May be repeated with change in topic PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of Faculty Director.
  
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    ACCT 7996 - Thesis

    (3-6) Grades of S, U, or IP will be given. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.
  
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    ACCT 8000 - Indep Accounting Research

    (1-6) Examination of research issues, opportunities and challenges in accounting as related to a student’s field of concentration under direction of a faculty member. Proposed plan of study must be approved prior to enrollment. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.
  
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    ACCT 8610 - Seminar/Audit Research

    (3) Examination of analytical, experimental and archival research in auditing relevant to all types of auditing and assurance services. This course focuses on the development of research skills related to auditing theory, practice and empirical research methods, a fundamental understanding and appreciation of the role of theory and anecdotal evidence in applied work and empirical research in auditing.
  
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    ACCT 8621 - Agency and Fin Econ Theory Sem

    (3) Examination of theory and empirical research in financial accounting as related to capital markets and economic consequences. This course focuses on empirical accounting research, including the investigation of a broad range of research questions, and uses a variety of empirical research techniques, the role of accounting information in capital markets, the role of theory and anecdotal evidence in applied work and empirical research and economic consequences.
  
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    ACCT 8710 - Acct Research Sem/Adv Cap Mkts

    (3) In-depth study of existing body of accounting literature in various areas of economics-based empirical research; emphasis on research design and methodology; design and development of individual research projects; applying various research methods in accounting literature; and experience in presenting research, refereeing papers, and publishing research projects.
  
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    ACCT 8720 - Acct Research Judgmt/Decision

    (3) Examination of research on judgment and decision-making behavior in accounting that involves the observation of the behavior or beliefs of accountants or users of accounting information. This course focuses on experimental design, field studies and surveys as alternative methods for conducting empirical research relevant to real-world problem-solving activities.
  
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    ACCT 8731 - Seminar/Mgmt Accounting

    (3) Examination of emerging and cutting-edge management accounting issues. This course focuses on the theoretical framework and empirical setting of managerial accounting research as relevant to the decision-making processes of management. Topics covered in this course include research on the application of knowledge and experience in accounting and financial reporting, budgeting, decision support, risk assessment and management, internal control and earnings management.
  
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    ACCT 8740 - Introductory Research Seminar

    (3) Examination of the nature of accounting research, including theoretical framework, research questions, hypothesis development and research methodology and testing. Emerging and cutting-edge accounting research is examined in all areas of financial, managerial, auditing, tax, systems and international. This course develops research skills in retrieving data from databases and replicating existing accounting studies.
  
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    ACCT 8910 - Problems in Accounting

    (1-12) Examination of research issues, opportunities and challenges in accounting as related to a student’s field of concentration under direction of a faculty member. Proposed plan of study must be approved prior to enrollment. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

Advanced Study in Teaching and Learning

  
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    ASTL 7700 - Portfolio Development

    (3) (5700) (5700). Portfolio as authentic assessment tool documenting scholarship of teaching; use of artifacts/products/teacher work samples/ student work samples as evidence of effective teaching; instructional examples organized into planning and teaching, actual teaching, assessment and evaluation, learning environment, professional growth, and communication following National Board for Professional Teaching Standards requirements.
  
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    ASTL 7701 - Teacher As Learner

    (3) (5701) (5701). Improves knowledge and practice through professional reading, writing, dialogue, inquiry, and reflection; uses hardware and software to create effective literacy learning experiences; learn how to find, access, and assess materials from a variety of sources and to design and develop multi and hypermedia learning environments that promote active learning.
  
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    ASTL 7703 - Knowledge Of Learner

    (3) (5703) (5703). Human development from conception through adolescence applied to school settings; aspects of human development impacted by human interaction and nurturing and those unaffected by environmental input; includes gross and fine motor development, temperament, visual and auditory perception, family characteristics, genetic inheritance, attention, cognitive tempo, play, and language development.
  
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    ASTL 7705 - Assessment Of Learning

    (3) (5705) (5705). Introduction to learner-centered systematic assessment at the classroom level; overview of models for planning and implementing classroom assessment projects with emphasis on implementation, data collection, analysis, and reporting of results; overview of tools, techniques, and issues considered to design and use assessments focused on learner needs.
  
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    ASTL 7706 - Learning Instruction Strategy

    (3) (5706) (5706). Analysis of theoretical and research support for selected models of instruction; emphasis on teaching applications.
  
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    ASTL 7709 - Action Research

    (3) Empowers classroom teachers to construct their own knowledge and to make it available to others for the benefit of all learners; helps educators and other professionals understand the relationship between their own professional development and the process of improving the quality of pupils’ and/or colleagues’ learning.
  
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    ASTL 7721 - Thry/Foundtn Dev Litrcy

    (3) (5721) (5721). Explores nature of learning, of language, of the reading process, of the writing process, how children learn language, receptive vs. productive language, relationships among learning one’s mother tongue” and learning to read and write
  
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    ASTL 7723 - Teaching Begin Literacy

    (3) (5723) (5723). Exploration of theory and best practices for family literacy from birth to school age, from preschool to kindergarten, followed by explorations of best practices for teaching reading and writing in the primary grades. Candidates will work with primary grade children to understand and implement best practices.
  
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    ASTL 7725 - Literacy Growth/Mid Grd

    (3) (5725) (5725). Engage candidates in reading and discussions of theory, understanding best practices, and implementing best practices in literacy instruction grades 4-8; instructional strategies will focus on understanding reading and writing as tools for learning in all content areas.
  
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    ASTL 7726 - Literacy Problems/K-8

    (3) (5726) (5726). Engages candidates in reading, discussions, and implementation of diagnostic tools and techniques in literacy for struggling students grades K-8.
  
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    ASTL 7729 - Rem/Literacy Problm K-8

    (3) (5726) (5726). Engages candidates in reading, discussions, and implementation of instructional strategies based on the data derived from the diagnostic tools employed with students in Literacy IV. These students will be struggling readers in grades K-8. Issues related to improving student writing will also be presented and explored.

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 6111 - Evolution and Human Health

    (3) Implications of human evolutionary history for understanding human variation and contemporary health issues, including chronic and infectious disease; focus on importance of ecological and social context in shaping human development across the lifespan. PREREQUISITE(S): ANTH 1100, or permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 6120 - Africa’s New World Comm

    (3) Survey of African-American cultures in the New World emanating from 17th and 18th century slave trade; focus on African Diaspora; Caribbean, Central America, South America, and North America.
  
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    ANTH 6220 - Cultural Perspec/Environment

    (3) Role of culture in the use and management of natural resources; discusses how societies construct knowledge about nature and attribute value to it; examines how indigenous knowledge, alternative value systems, and traditional management strategies influence policy decisions at the local, national, and international levels.
  
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    ANTH 6270 - Ancient Human Soc/Envir Chng

    (3) (Same as ESCI 6270 ) Examination of past people and their environments from the Ice Age to recent times; archaeological and paleoecological data. Three lecture hours per week.
  
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    ANTH 6302 - Native People of North America

    (3) Intensive ethnological study of various prehistoric cultures from earliest times until historic contact.
  
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    ANTH 6325 - Archaeol Fld/Lab Techn

    (3) (Same as ESCI 6325 ) Instruction in field excavation, specimen preparation, use of survey instruments and photography, map making, archaeological record keeping; methods and techniques in archaeological laboratory analysis; emphasis on organization and supervision of laboratory procedures. PREREQUISITE(S): permission of instructor.
  
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    ANTH 6335 - Analysis of Stone Artifacts

    (3) (Same as ESCI 6335 ). Much of the prehistoric cultural record is pieced together through the analysis of stone artifacts. The class outlines the basics of stone “lithics” artifact analysis through an in-depth study of current techniques, instrumentation, and theory.  Lecture is augmented by class discussion and hands-on experimentation “flintknapping.”
  
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    ANTH 6350 - Archaeology of Collapse

    (3) (Same as ESCI 6350 ) Emphasis on archaeology of regional politics and archaic states throughout the world. Overview of social and political collapse of complex societies.
  
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    ANTH 6411 - Urban Anthropology

    (3) Anthropological studies of pre-industrial and industrial cities; urbanization, movements of social transformation and other processes of adjustment to an urban milieu; urban slums, ethnic enclaves, and housing developments in cross-cultural perspective; urban and social kinship and social organization; urban community development; urban research techniques.
  
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    ANTH 6412 - Neighborhood Development

    (3) (Same as PADM 6412 ) Role of various institutions and their relationship to developmental needs of inner-city neighborhoods; evolution of American cities as context for understanding urban neighborhoods, poverty, and community problem-solving; particular attention given to role of government, corporations, and foundations in shaping policy at local level.
  
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    ANTH 6413 - Anth of Tourism/Environment

    (3) Anthropological theories on conservation, indigenous rights, sustainability, and development as related to tourism development; assessment of ecotourism strategies, including community-managed conservation tourism, voluntourism
  
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    ANTH 6414 - Anthropology of Work

    (3) This course provides a survey of anthropological perspectives on work. Topics include: cross-cultural perspectives on work, gender, and personhood; labor migration; formal and informal labor markets; globalization; workplaces as ethnographic field sites; organizational and occupational hierarchies; paid and unpaid labor; occupational health; and work, leisure, and everyday life.
  
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    ANTH 6415 - Anthropology Human Rights

    (3) Anthropological approaches to critical human rights issues, debates, practices including gender, children, health, land, genocide, resettlement; broadly-defined human rights in specific national and cultural contexts; explores what anthropology, practitioners, and ethnographic methods offer our understanding of how human rights are interpreted and negotiated.
  
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    ANTH 6416 - Culture/Identity/Power

    (3) Anthropological approaches to human identity in cross-cultural contexts. Examines how culture and power inform understandings and practices related to difference and stratification, and the forces of identity formation and reproduction cross-culturally with emphasis on ways that race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, religion, nation, and community are constructed, negotiated, and resisted.
  
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    ANTH 6417 - Hidden Worlds of Food

    (3) Anthropological study at the intersection of the global industrialized food system and emerging alternatives; construction and negotiation of value, taste, and meaning of food throughout the life cycle of the food system, from field to fork and table to trash; marginality, power, and social action in food systems. PREREQUISITE(S): ANTH 1200 or permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 6431 - Shopping as a Social Science

    (3) Advanced study of shopping and consumption from an anthropological perspective; contemporary consumer culture in the U S and around the world; emphasis on how consumption shapes/reflects individual identities and cultural trends; consumer movements and anti-consumerism; sociocultural and environmental impacts of consumer behavior; the role of ethnography in the market.
  
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    ANTH 6510 - Health/Culture/Environ Justice

    (3) Creation of health inequalities through socio-cultural forces that shape differential exposure to environmental hazards; basic concepts in cultural ecology and environmental health; anthropological approaches to understanding human biology; race and class as influences of disease risk in U. S. and global south; grassroots and community-based research efforts to combat environmental health inequalities.
  
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    ANTH 6511 - Medical Anthropology

    (3) Surveys the anthropology of health, illness, and curing systems, and how cultural, evolutionary, and environmental forces shape health and healing. Topics include ethnomedicine, nutrition, mental health, reproduction, addictions, health ecology, and evolutionary medicine. Examines how illness perceptions and health behaviors yield deeper insight into identity, values, agency, and health disparities. Considers roles for applied medical anthropology to improve care.
  
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    ANTH 6521 - Culture, Soc & Mental Health

    (3) Examination of mental health and illness as a set of subjective experiences, social processes and objects of knowledge and intervention; cultural models of mental illness and healing; therapy as a cultural practice; substance abuse and addiction; mental health and relations of power; sociocultural dimensions of psycho-pharmacology
  
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    ANTH 6531 - Alcohol/Drugs/Culture

    (3) Cross-cultural comparison of beliefs, meanings and behaviors regarding alcohol and other drug use; biological, social, economic, and political dimensions of alcohol and drugs; implications for prevention and treatment.
  
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    ANTH 6541 - Nutritional Anth

    (3) Cross-cultural comparison of human diet; assessment; cultural and health value of foods; hunger and malnutrition; acculturation and dietary change.
  
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    ANTH 6551 - Culture/Sex/Childbirth

    (3) Review of biological, environmental, social, and cultural factors influencing human reproduction; comparison of cultural and clinical perspectives on sexual orientation and behavior, sexually transmitted diseases, fertility, birth control, pregnancy, birth, and postpartum care; evaluation of alternative delivery systems in Western and non-Western societies.
  
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    ANTH 6571 - Race and Health Disparities

    (3) History of scientific racism and race in the public and healthcare spheres; current understandings of human biological and genetic variation; role of cultural constructions of race in differential exposures to health hazards and access to health care; racial health disparities; strategies for addressing health inequalities.
  
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    ANTH 6660 - Museum Collections

    (3) (Same as ARTH 6660 ) Museum collection theory and methods, including collection policy, development, preservation, documentation, and interpretation. PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 6661 - Collections Research

    (3) (Same as ARTH 6661 ) Introduces students in object-based disciplines to museum collections research methods and their applications to exhibitions, catalogs, and scholarly publications. PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 6662 - Museum Exhibitions

    (3) (Same as ARTH 6662 ) Museum exhibition methods and theory, including research, design, layout, object selection and handling, installation, public programing, and evaluation. PREREQUISITE(S): Permission of instructor
  
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    ANTH 6680 - Applied Archaeology/Museums

    (3) (Same as ESCI 6680 ) Representations of cultural heritage in a broad array of public venues; repatriation, cultural patrimony, cultural resource management, civic engagement, rights and responsibilities of stakeholders, public involvement in museum representations, performance and education, culture and memory.
  
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    ANTH 6990 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6990 - Toys to Cartoons: Material Cul

    (3) Explore the relationship between gender and the environment through interdisciplinary approaches within the social sciences
  
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    ANTH 6991 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6992 - Design Anthropology

    (3) Relationship between racism and racial health disparities; through readings, films, and class discussion, the history of the race concept and development of scientific racism will be traced
  
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    ANTH 6992 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6993 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6994 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6995 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6996 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6997 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6998 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 6999 - Special Topics in Anthropology

    (3) Addresses various areas of anthropology; topics are announced in the online course listing. May be repeated with change of topic.
  
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    ANTH 7050 - Ethnography & Global Problems

    (3) This course looks at contemporary ethnographies to help make sense of the social problems. By looking closely at the dynamics between the powerful and powerless, ethnographic readings and analysis will focus on themes of inequality, value, security, identity and belonging, well being, and the promise and demise of capitalism. We will consider critical and challenging questions about the tensions between individuals, collectives, states, and empire. What does it mean to be situated in a particular part of the global world? We will engage the possibility for an emergent anthropology in action.
  
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    ANTH 7075 - Methods In Anthropology

    (4) Critical examination of field methods and research designs in selected areas of anthropology; major trends in contemporary anthropological research as a preparation for applied research. PREREQUISITE(S): Non-majors must have permission of instructor.
  
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    ANTH 7076 - Anth Data Analysis

    (4) Construction and analysis of data bases developed from ongoing anthropological projects; review of frequently used statistical techniques in anthropological literature, hypothesis testing, and methods of presentation. PREREQUISITE(S): ANTH 7075  or permission of instructor.
  
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    ANTH 7200 - Roots of Anth Theory

    (3) Growth of anthropology as a discipline and development of major theoretical paradigms; historical roots of contemporary anthropological theory; implications of theory for application and practice; designed and required for graduate anthropology students, but open to graduate students in other disciplines.
  
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    ANTH 7250 - Comm Culture Evaluation

    (3) Cultural perspectives on program evaluation in community settings; theoretical and methodological approaches to evaluation of human service programs; culturally competent evaluations using ethnographic methods; role of anthropology in program evaluation at national and international levels. PREREQUISITE(S): Non-majors must have permission of instructor.
 

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