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Furman University    
University Catalog 
  
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
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
 

Computer Science

   •  CSC-231 Computer Organization
   •  CSC-241 iPhone Applications in Objective C
   •  CSC-261 Discrete Structures for Computer Science
   •  CSC-271 Morals, Law and Society in the Digital Age
   •  CSC-272 Big Data: Mining and Analytics
   •  CSC-273 History of Technology and Discovery
   •  CSC-331 Computer Architecture
   •  CSC-332 Data Communications and Networking
   •  CSC-341 Database Management Systems
   •  CSC-342 Web-Based Application Design
   •  CSC-343 Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSC-344 Computer Graphics and Image Processing
   •  CSC-345 Computational Science
   •  CSC-346 Operating Systems
   •  CSC-347 Human Computer Interaction
   •  CSC-351 Project Management
   •  CSC-352 Systems Analysis
   •  CSC-353 Software Engineering
   •  CSC-361 Information Structures
   •  CSC-362 Information Security
   •  CSC-363 Programming Language Structures
   •  CSC-461 Computational Theory
   •  CSC-465 Introduction to Numerical Analysis
   •  CSC-475 Seminar in Computer Science
   •  CSC-501 Independent Study
   •  CSC-502 Research
   •  DSC-475 Seminar in Applied Data Science

Earth and Environmental Sciences

   •  EES-111 Earth and the Silver Screen
   •  EES-112 Environmental Science
   •  EES-113 Natural Hazards and Natural Disasters
   •  EES-115 Earth Systems
   •  EES-200 Topics in Spatial Analysis and Visualization
   •  EES-201 Geographic Information Systems
   •  EES-210 Surficial Processes
   •  EES-218 Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes
   •  EES-220 Mineralogy and Petrology I
   •  EES-221 Mineralogy and Petrology II
   •  EES-230 Watershed Hydrology
   •  EES-301 Remote Sensing
   •  EES-310 Sedimentary Systems
   •  EES-325 Structural Geology
   •  EES-330 Hydrogeology
   •  EES-343 Environmental Systems
   •  EES-350 Field Study of Regional Geology
   •  EES-351 Field Studies in Appalachian Geology
   •  EES-352 Field Studies in Iceland
   •  EES-353 Sustainable Fiji
   •  EES-354 Field Studies in the Sierra Nevadas
   •  EES-355 People, Resources and Development in Tanzania
   •  EES-356 Field Study in the Rocky Mountains
   •  EES-357 Fly Fishing and River Conservation
   •  EES-358 Geology and Astronomy Southwestern US
   •  EES-360 Geology and Sustainability of India
   •  EES-402 Geochemistry
   •  EES-410 Ocean and Climate Systems
   •  EES-421 Ore Deposits
   •  EES-425 Regional Tectonics
   •  EES-430 Engineering Geology
   •  EES-472 Research and Analysis
   •  EES-475 Earth and Environmental Science Seminar
   •  EES-502 Research
   •  EES-504 Directed Independent Study
   •  SUS-320 Consumption and Culture

Economics

   •  ECN-100 Personal Finance
   •  ECN-105 Exploring Economics with Song Lyrics
   •  ECN-111 Introduction to Economics
   •  ECN-200 Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
   •  ECN-224 Law and Economics
   •  ECN-225 Statistics for Economics and Business
   •  ECN-233 Economics of Gender
   •  ECN-234 Urban Economics
   •  ECN-235 Population, Economy and Society
   •  ECN-236 Economics of the Environment
   •  ECN-237 Economics of Poverty and Inequality
   •  ECN-238 Public Finance
   •  ECN-241 Money and Banking
   •  ECN-242 Health Economics
   •  ECN-243 Economic Growth and Development
   •  ECN-247 History of Economic Thought
   •  ECN-248 Government and Business
   •  ECN-249 Asian Economics
   •  ECN-250 Labor Economics
   •  ECN-251 Economics of China
   •  ECN-252 International Trade Theory and Policy
   •  ECN-253 International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
   •  ECN-256 Economics of Strategy
   •  ECN-263 African Economic Development
   •  ECN-331 Empirical Methods in Economics
   •  ECN-345 Intermediate Macroeconomics Analysis
   •  ECN-346 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
   •  ECN-356 Managerial Economics
   •  ECN-357 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics
   •  ECN-371 Economic and Political Analysis of the European Union
   •  ECN-475 Senior Seminar in Economics
   •  ECN-501 Independent Study
   •  ECN-503 Individualized Internship

Education

   •  EDU-005 Teaching Fellows Seminar
   •  EDU-5 Teaching Fellows Seminar
   •  EDU-111 Perspectives on American Education
   •  EDU-115 Depiction of Schools on Film
 

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