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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
 

Psychology

   •  PSY-318 Clinical Psychology
   •  PSY-320 Introduction to Biopsychology
   •  PSY-321 Psychopharmacology
   •  PSY-322 Memory and Cognition
   •  PSY-323 Animal Behavior
   •  PSY-324 Learning
   •  PSY-327 Functional Neuroanatomy
   •  PSY-403 Perspectives on Self and Identity
   •  PSY-404 Autism
   •  PSY-413 Current Topics in Aging: Research and Practice
   •  PSY-414 The Sleeping Brain
   •  PSY-415 Placebo Effect
   •  PSY-416 Brain Imaging
   •  PSY-418 Eating Disorders
   •  PSY-450 Advanced Research Techniques
   •  PSY-451 Sleep and EEG Research Methods
   •  PSY-503 Individualized Internship
   •  PSY-505 Structured Internship
   •  PSY-509 Supervised Research
   •  PSY-510 Thesis

Religion

   •  REL-101 Introduction to Religion
   •  REL-111 Bible and Ultimate Meaning
   •  REL-125 Religions of the World
   •  REL-210 Introduction to the Old Testament
   •  REL-211 New Testament and Early Christianity
   •  REL-212 Genesis
   •  REL-214 Apocalypse
   •  REL-216 Digital Bible
   •  REL-220 Introduction to Judaism
   •  REL-221 Native American Religions
   •  REL-222 Introduction to Islam
   •  REL-223 Hindu Cultures and Religious Worlds
   •  REL-224 Introduction to Buddhism
   •  REL-225 Religion in Africa
   •  REL-226 Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism
   •  REL-227 Religions of South Asia
   •  REL-228 History of God
   •  REL-229 Sufi Islam
   •  REL-230 Religion in America
   •  REL-232 African-American Religious History
   •  REL-233 Martin Luther King and the Religion of Social Reform
   •  REL-236 Christianity to 1300
   •  REL-237 Reformation and Modernity
   •  REL-239 Material Religion in Reformation Europe
   •  REL-240 Basic Christian Theology
   •  REL-241 Christian Classics
   •  REL-242 Modern Christian Thought
   •  REL-246 Body and Soul in Christian Thought
   •  REL-247 God, War and Empire
   •  REL-248 Religion and the Environment
   •  REL-251 Jerusalem: One City, Three Faiths
   •  REL-252 Judaism in the Time of Jesus
   •  REL-260 Religion and Literature
   •  REL-261 Brothers Karamazov
   •  REL-262 Religion and Art
   •  REL-263 The Bible in Modern Culture
   •  REL-264 Carolina Dharma: Ritual Spaces among Hindus and Jains
   •  REL-267 Art and Religion in Greece
   •  REL-269 Art and Religion in Turkey
   •  REL-270 Religious Studies in Turkey
   •  REL-271 Contemporary Southern Baptists
   •  REL-272 Jimmy Carter: Southern Baptist
   •  REL-273 Malcolm X
   •  REL-276 Religion and Black Popular Culture
   •  REL-277 Indigenous Religion and Culture in SW US
   •  REL-278 Land and Religion in the Holy Lands
   •  REL-279 Holy Land: Pilgrim Experience and Political Struggle
   •  REL-310 Old Testament Prophets
   •  REL-311 Wisdom Literature
   •  REL-314 The Torah
   •  REL-316 Biblical Text and Canon
   •  REL-317 History of Bible Translation
   •  REL-318 Jesus and the Gospels
   •  REL-319 Paul's Life and Thought
   •  REL-322 Muhammad and the Qur'an
   •  REL-323 Women, Gender, Islam
   •  REL-325 Women and Power in Hinduism
   •  REL-327 East Asian Buddhism
   •  REL-328 Religions in Japan
   •  REL-331 History and Theology of Christian Worship
   •  REL-332 Wealth and Poverty in Christian Tradition
   •  REL-340 Faith and Ethics
   •  REL-341 Religious Pluralism
   •  REL-343 Liberation Theologies
   •  REL-344 Black Liberation and Womanist Theologies
   •  REL-348 Augustine of Hippo
   •  REL-351 Encountering Texts on Travel Study
   •  REL-360 Women and Religion in the West
   •  REL-361 Religion and Science
   •  REL-363 Sexuality and Christian Theologies
   •  REL-364 Religion and Art in Christianity, Judaism and Islam
   •  REL-401 Theory and Method in the Study of Religion
   •  REL-475 Senior Seminar
   •  REL-504 Directed Independent Study

Science

   •  SCI-150 Introduction to Undergraduate Research
   •  SCI-201 Microbes and Society
   •  SCI-220 Biochemistry: Macromolecules and Metabolism
   •  SCI-502 Interdisciplinary Research

Sociology

   •  SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOC-120 Farm to Fork: Sociology of Food Systems
 

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