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Furman University    
University Catalog 
  
 
  Feb 23, 2018
 
University Catalog

Course Descriptions


Courses at Furman are typically identified by codes separated into three distinct parts. The first segment designates the academic subject of the course, the second component relates to the level of instruction, and the final element (when displayed) assists with the identification of the meeting times and location for individual course sections.

Credit bearing undergraduate courses typically are numbered between 100 and 599, graduate instruction is typically numbered between 600 and 999, while zero credit experiences frequently have numbers between 001 and 099. Undergraduates can further expect courses numbers to reflect:

100-299 introductory courses, geared to freshmen and sophomores
300-499 advanced courses, designed for majors and other students with appropriate background and/or prerequisites
500-599 individualized instruction, including internships, research, independent study, and music performance studies
 

History

   •  HST-130 World History - Exam Equivalency
   •  HST-141 Colonial Latin America
   •  HST-142 Modern Latin America
   •  HST-145 History of Africa
   •  HST-151 Early Middle East
   •  HST-152 Last Islamic Empires
   •  HST-153 Modern Middle East
   •  HST-155 Ancient and Early South Asia
   •  HST-156 Modern South Asia
   •  HST-161 Ancient and Early Japan
   •  HST-162 Modern Japan
   •  HST-165 Ancient and Imperial China
   •  HST-166 Modern China
   •  HST-201 Fall of Rome
   •  HST-203 The Crusades
   •  HST-206 European Reformations
   •  HST-207 Germany and the 30 Years' War
   •  HST-208 Tudor-Stuart England
   •  HST-209 Episodes in British History
   •  HST-210 Modern France
   •  HST-211 Twentieth Century Germany
   •  HST-213 Nation and Race in Modern Europe
   •  HST-214 Modern Russia and Eastern Europe
   •  HST-215 Women in European History
   •  HST-216 Modern Britain
   •  HST-217 War and Rememberance: World War I al Space
   •  HST-221 The American Revolution
   •  HST-223 The United States in the Nineteenth Cent ury
   •  HST-224 American Civil War Era
   •  HST-225 United States Age of Reform
   •  HST-227 United States since 1941
   •  HST-228 United States Intellectual and Cultural History
   •  HST-229 African-American Experience
   •  HST-231 History of Women in America
   •  HST-233 American Immigration History
   •  HST-234 United States Foreign Policy since 1898
   •  HST-236 The United States South
   •  HST-237 South Carolina
   •  HST-244 Revolution in Modern Latin America
   •  HST-251 Jews and Christians of Islamic Lands
   •  HST-253 Christian Missionaries in the Middle Ea st
   •  HST-256 Gender History of South Asia
   •  HST-262 Japanese Social Movements during the Cold War
   •  HST-268 Twentieth Century China
   •  HST-271 Korean History and Culture Today
   •  HST-275 Movements in History
   •  HST-276 Urban History
   •  HST-277 Wars, Rebellions, and Revolutions
   •  HST-278 Empire and Imperialism
   •  HST-279 Historical Lives
   •  HST-307 Life on the Margins in Early Modern Europe
   •  HST-309 Women, War, Resistance
   •  HST-310 History of Western Medicine
   •  HST-315 Interpreting the Past
   •  HST-316 Studies in Public and Local History
   •  HST-321 Urban America
   •  HST-322 Simulating Historic Communities in Virtu al Space
   •  HST-323 Episodes in North American Urban Histor y
   •  HST-330 The Frontier and the American West
   •  HST-350 Travel Study in China
   •  HST-351 Travel Study in Africa
   •  HST-352 Travel Study in Latin America
   •  HST-353 Travel Study in South Asia
   •  HST-354 Travel Study in Japan
   •  HST-355 Travel Study in India
   •  HST-356 Travel Study in Eastern Europe
   •  HST-357 Trvl Stdy in the Mediterranean
   •  HST-358 Travel Study in Lowcountry South Carolin a
   •  HST-359 Travel Study in the United Kingdom and I reland
   •  HST-475 Senior Seminar in History
   •  HST-501 Independent Study

Humanities

   •  HUM-201 History of Ideas in Context I
   •  HUM-202 History of Ideas in Context II
   •  HUM-301 Issues in the Humanities
   •  HUM-450 Humanities Capstone Symposium I
   •  HUM-451 Humanities Capstone Symposium II

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  IDS-210 The Painted Word
   •  IDS-240 Human Sexuality
   •  IDS-259 E-Merging: Learning Technology
   •  IDS-301 Field Work in Medicine
   •  IDS-310 Pathophysiology
   •  IDS-371 Travel Study in the British Isles
   •  IDS-372 Survey of European Issues
   •  IDS-373 Survey of Scottish Issues
   •  IDS-374 Survey of Southern Africa Issues
   •  IDS-376 Religion, Music and Art in Russia
   •  IDS-377 White Nights in Russia: Religion, Music and the Arts

Italian

   •  ITL-101 Beginning Italian
   •  ITL-504 Directed Independent Study

Japanese

   •  JPN-110 Elementary Japanese I
   •  JPN-120 Elementary Japanese II
   •  JPN-201 Intermediate Japanese I
   •  JPN-202 Intermediate Japanese II
   •  JPN-225 Japanese Cinema
   •  JPN-235 Classical Japanese Literature
   •  JPN-245 Modern Japanese Literature
   •  JPN-260 Japanese Architecture and Living Spaces
   •  JPN-265 Japanese Language House
   •  JPN-266 Japanese Language House
   •  JPN-301 Intermediate Japanese III
 

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