2017-2018 Catalog 
    
    Jun 19, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


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Economics

   •  ECON145 CM - International Money and Finance
   •  ECON149 CM - International Accounting, Taxation, and Transfer Prices
   •  ECON150 CM - Asset and Income Measurement (Intermediate Accounting I)
   •  ECON151 CM - Strategic Cost Management
   •  ECON152 CM - Tax Planning
   •  ECON154 CM - Financial Statement Analysis
   •  ECON155 CM - Valuation and Reporting of Financial Liabilities and Equity (Intermediate Accounting II)
   •  ECON156 CM - Accounting Ethics
   •  ECON158 CM - Auditing
   •  ECON159 CM - Accounting Theory and Research
   •  ECON165 CM - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON167 CM - Law and Economics
   •  ECON171 CM - Environmental Economics
   •  ECON173 CM - Economic Development
   •  ECON174 CM - Economics of Entrepreneurship
   •  ECON175 CM - Labor Economics
   •  ECON180 CM - Seminar in Research Methods
   •  ECON186 CM - Public Economics and Welfare
   •  ECON187 CM - The Economics of Poverty, Inequality, and Discrimination
   •  ECON191 CM - Business Law
   •  ECON193 CM - Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital
   •  ECON194A CM - Seminar in Investment Management
   •  ECON194B CM - Seminar in Investment Management
   •  ECON196 CM - Advanced Macroeconomics
   •  ECON197S CM - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON198 CM - Economics of Innovation
   •  ECON199 CM - Independent Study and Research

English

   •  ENGL012 AF - Introduction to African American Literature
   •  ENGL125C AF - Introduction to African American Literature: In the African-Atlantic Tradition
   •  ENGL140 PO - Literature of Incarceration
   •  ENGL167A CH - Chicano Movement Literature

Freshman Humanities Seminar

   •  FHS010 CM - Freshman Humanities Seminar

Freshman Writing Seminar

   •  FWS010 CM - Freshman Writing Seminar

French

   •  FREN001 CM - Introductory French
   •  FREN002 CM - Continuing Introductory French
   •  FREN022 CM - Intensive Introductory French
   •  FREN033 CM - Intermediate French
   •  FREN044 CM - Advanced French: Reading in Literature and Civilization
   •  FREN100 SC - French Culture and Civilization
   •  FREN104 SC - History, Memory, and Loss: Vichy (1940-45) in Contemporary France
   •  FREN106 SC - The French Business World and Its Language
   •  FREN107 SC - Headline News: Advanced Oral Expression and Conversation of Current Events and Culture
   •  FREN110 SC - France in the 'Hood: Nationhood, Immigration, and the Politics of Identity in France
   •  FREN111 SC - French Cinema: Images of Women in French Film
   •  FREN117 CM - Novel and Cinema in Africa and the Caribbean
   •  FREN119 CM - Advanced French Creative Writing
   •  FREN120 CM - Order and Revolt in French Literature
   •  FREN121 SC - The Politics of Love
   •  FREN124 CM - The Novelist and Society in France
   •  FREN130 SC - French Theater From Text to Stage I: Theatricality and “Mise en Scene”
   •  FREN132 CM - North African Literature After Independence
   •  FREN133 CM - Africa in France: The French of African Ancestry through Text and Film
   •  FREN135 CM - L'Art de la Nouvelle
   •  FREN137 CM - The Algerian War and the French Intelligentsia
   •  FREN148 CM - Special Topics in French
   •  FREN154 SC - The 18th-Century Novel: Experimentations in Form
   •  FREN172 SC - Baudelaire and the Symbolist Aesthetic
   •  FREN173 SC - Wit and Ridicule in the French Salon
   •  FREN199 CM - Independent Study in French

Geology

   •  GEOL020A PO - Intro to Geology: Geohazards
   •  GEOL112 PO - Remote Sensing of Earth's Environment

Government

   •  GOVT020 CM - Introduction to American Politics
   •  GOVT030 CM - Internship in Government, Politics, and Public Policy
   •  GOVT055 CM - Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science
   •  GOVT060 CM - Introduction to Comparative Government
   •  GOVT070 CM - Introduction to International Politics
   •  GOVT071 CM - Special Studies in International Relations
   •  GOVT080 CM - Introduction to Political Philosophy
   •  GOVT097 CM - Public Policy Analysis
   •  GOVT100 CM - Domestic Public Policy Analysis with Lab
   •  GOVT101 CM - The United States Congress
   •  GOVT102 CM - The American Presidency
   •  GOVT104 CM - The Electoral Process
   •  GOVT105 CM - Organization of Health Care and Public Policy
   •  GOVT106 CM - Politics of Interest Groups
   •  GOVT109 CM - Juvenile Delinquency and Public Policy
   •  GOVT110 CM - American Culture Wars
   •  GOVT111 CM - Politics and Population
   •  GOVT112 CM - Public Opinion and American Democracy
   •  GOVT112A CM - Constitutional Law: National Powers
   •  GOVT112B CM - Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties
   •  GOVT113 CM - Inequality, Politics, and Public Policy: Class, Race, and Gender
   •  GOVT114 CM - Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Nonprofits: Law, Public Policy and Leadership
   •  GOVT115 CM - Politics of Journalism
   •  GOVT116 CM - Public Policy Process
   •  GOVT117 CM - California Politics
   •  GOVT118 CM - The Processes of Environmental Policymaking
   •  GOVT119 CM - Study of Law
   •  GOVT120 CM - Environmental Law and Policy
   •  GOVT120E CM - Environmental Leadership
   •  GOVT123 CM - American Political Parties
   •  GOVT123C CM - Evangelicals & American Politics
   •  GOVT124 CM - Cases in American Political Leadership
   •  GOVT125 CM - The President and U.S. Foreign Policy
   •  GOVT126A CM - Federal Budget Process
   •  GOVT126B CM - Problems in Public Policy
   •  GOVT127 CM - Research on the Political Process
   •  GOVT128C CM - Civic Leadership & Ethics
   •  GOVT129 CM - Ethics, Character, and American Political Leadership
   •  GOVT129E CM - What Do Universities Do? Public Policy and Leadership in Higher Education
 

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