Course Catalog

Courses of Instruction

The departments of instruction are organized alphabetically with the various academic disciplines listed with the appropriate department. The departments and disciplines are as follows:

 

DEPARTMENT OR PROGRAMACADEMIC DISCIPLINES
Broyhill School of ManagementAccounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Economics/Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Marketing
Communication StudiesRadio and Television Broadcasting, Journalism, Public Relations, Electronic Publishing, Film, Photography
EducationTeacher Education
English Language and LiteratureEnglish
School of Performing and Visual ArtsMusic, Art, Theatre Arts
Mathematical SciencesMathematics, Computer Science
Natural SciencesAstronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics
School of NursingNursing (BSN and ADN)
Physical Education, Wellness, Sport StudiesAthletic Training, Exercise Science, Physical Education/Health Education with Teacher Licensure, Sport Management
Psychology and CounselingPsychology, Counseling
Religious Studies and PhilosophyBiblical Studies, Discipleship Studies, Missiology, Philosophy and Theology, Religion, Religious Education, World Religions, Youth Discipleship Studies
Social SciencesCriminal Justice, Geography, Global Studies, History, Political Science, Social Sciences, Sociology
World Languages, Literatures, and CulturesAmerican Sign Language, English as a Second Language, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, Interpreter Training

 

Courses numbered 100-199 are on the freshman level, 200-299 on the sophomore level and 300 and above on the junior-senior level.

 

After the description of each course three numbers will appear (e.g., 3-0-3). The first digit denotes hours per week in class; the second, required laboratoryhours per week; and the third, semester hours credit.