Jul 19, 2018  
2014-2015 UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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   •  ECO 445 - Economics of Education
   •  ECO 461 - Urban Economics
   •  ECO 472 - Coastal Resource Economics
   •  ECO 481 - Economics of Sports and Games
   •  ECO 492 - Senior Seminar
   •  ECO 495 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 496 - Directed Study
   •  ECO 498 - Honors Thesis
   •  EDU 196 - Directed Study
   •  EDU 298 - Experience Program
   •  EDU 326 - Contemporary High School Education
   •  EDU 353 - Education:Admin & Superv
   •  EDU 376 - Using Educational Tech
   •  EDU 417 - Seminar Middle & Second
   •  EDU 500 - Fundamentals of Teaching and Learning
   •  EDU 511 - Contemporary Instruction
   •  EDU 512 - Teaching and Managing Inclusive Classrooms, K-12
   •  EDU 525 - Integrated Reading Literacy and Content Methods Middle/Secondary
   •  EDU 532 - Teaching Practicum or Teaching Practicum Equivalent - Middle/Secondary
   •  EDU 551 - Contemporary Issues and Challenges
   •  EGR 101 - Introduction to Applied Science and Engineering I
   •  EGR 102 - Introduction to Applied Science and Engineering II
   •  EGR 110 - Environ Science&Business
   •  EGR 111 - Introduction to Engineering and Computing
   •  EGR 131 - Intro to Design
   •  EGR 157 - Science of Engineering
   •  EGR 241 - Eng Mechanics I:Statics
   •  EGR 242 - Eng Mechanic II:Dynamics
   •  EGR 303 - Engineering Economics
   •  EGR 396 - Directed Study
   •  EGR 497 - Bioengineering Capstone Design I
   •  EGR 498 - Bioengineering Capstone Design II
   •  ENL 100 - Basic English Review
   •  ENL 101 - Critical Writing and Reading I
   •  ENL 102 - Critical Writing and Reading II
   •  ENL 196 - Directed Study
   •  ENL 200 - Studies in Literature
   •  ENL 201 - Major British Writers
   •  ENL 202 - Major American Writers
   •  ENL 203 - Survey World Lit I
   •  ENL 204 - Survey of World Literature II
   •  ENL 205 - Travel Literature
   •  ENL 206 - Detective Fiction
   •  ENL 209 - Bible as Literature
   •  ENL 210 - Lit of American West
   •  ENL 211 - American Dream
   •  ENL 212 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  ENL 214 - African American Literature
   •  ENL 216 - Comedy and Satire
   •  ENL 217 - Greek Myth & Drama
   •  ENL 218 - Literature & Society
   •  ENL 223 - Fantasy Literature
   •  ENL 224 - Jewish Literature
   •  ENL 226 - Multicultural Am Lit
   •  ENL 227 - Semiotics of Culture
   •  ENL 236 - Ancient World-Renaissance
   •  ENL 246 - Women Writers
   •  ENL 250 - Introduction to Poetry
   •  ENL 251 - Introduction to the Short Story
   •  ENL 252 - Introduction to The Novel
   •  ENL 253 - Introduction to Drama
   •  ENL 254 - Autobiographical Writing
   •  ENL 255 - Introduction to Film
   •  ENL 257 - Rhetoric I: Introduction to Rhetoric
   •  ENL 258 - Literary Studies
   •  ENL 259 - Critical Methods: Theory and Practice
   •  ENL 260 - Intermediate Composition
   •  ENL 262 - Journalism I
   •  ENL 264 - Communicating in the Sciences
   •  ENL 265 - Business Communication
   •  ENL 266 - Technical Communication
   •  ENL 267 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENL 268 - Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENL 269 - Creative Writing: Drama
   •  ENL 270 - Speech Communication
   •  ENL 271 - Oral Interpretation of Literature I
   •  ENL 272 - Oral Interpretation of Literature II
   •  ENL 276 - Contemporary International Films
   •  ENL 279 - Tutoring Writing
   •  ENL 296 - Directed Study
   •  ENL 298 - Experience Program
   •  ENL 300 - Survey of British Literature I
   •  ENL 302 - Survey of British Literature II
   •  ENL 303 - Survey of American Literature I
   •  ENL 304 - Survey of American Literature II
   •  ENL 305 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENL 307 - The English Renaissance
   •  ENL 308 - The Enlightenment
   •  ENL 309 - Romantic Age
   •  ENL 310 - Victorian Age
   •  ENL 311 - Western Literature I
   •  ENL 314 - Colonial American Lit
   •  ENL 315 - American Renaissance
   •  ENL 316 - The 19th Century American Novel
   •  ENL 317 - 19 Cent American Poetry
   •  ENL 318 - Chaucer
   •  ENL 319 - Shakespeare
   •  ENL 320 - Major Author
   •  ENL 321 - Golden Age of Drama
   •  ENL 326 - Studies in Modern Irish Literature and Culture I
 

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