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Point Loma Nazarene University    
 
    
 
  Aug 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Course Information


The faculty annually reviews course offerings and descriptions. A thorough examination by academic departments and schools takes place on a five-year cycle of program review that includes an assessment of student learning outcomes. The following pages contain a complete listing of requirements in the university’s various academic programs.

 

Other Courses

   •  EDU 410 - Methods of Teaching Reading and Writing

Accounting

   •  ACC 200 - Principles of Accounting for Non-Business Majors
   •  ACC 201 - Principles of Financial Accounting
   •  ACC 202 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
   •  ACC 350 - Ethics in Accounting
   •  ACC 370 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 371 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 375 - Managerial Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 410 - Federal Tax Accounting I
   •  ACC 411 - Federal Tax Accounting II
   •  ACC 421 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACC 425 - Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
   •  ACC 460 - Auditing
   •  ACC 489 - Internship in Accounting
   •  ACC 490 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACC 491 - Independent Studies in Accounting

Art and Design

   •  ART 100 - Introduction to Art (GE)
   •  ART 102 - Fundamentals of Art (GE)
   •  ART 103 - Two-Dimensional Design
   •  ART 104 - Three-Dimensional: Composition and Space Design
   •  ART 115 - Drawing I
   •  ART 200 - History of Art I (GE)
   •  ART 201 - History of Art II (GE)
   •  ART 202 - Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  ART 203 - Graphic Design I: Visual Symbolism
   •  ART 206 - Experimental Drawing Studio
   •  ART 210 - Painting: Color and Technique
   •  ART 221 - Photography: Darkroom and Film
   •  ART 222 - Sculpture: Materials and Fabrication
   •  ART 223 - Printmaking I
   •  ART 226 - Photography: Digital
   •  ART 303 - Graphic Design II: Typography
   •  ART 304 - Modern Art History
   •  ART 305 - Contemporary Art History
   •  ART 310 - Painting II
   •  ART 315 - Introduction to Interactive Web Design
   •  ART 319 - Visual Arts in the Classroom I
   •  ART 320 - Contemporary Housing Environments
   •  ART 321 - Photography: Alternative Processes
   •  ART 322 - Sculpture: Objects and Installation
   •  ART 323 - Printmaking II
   •  ART 325 - Non-Western Art History
   •  ART 326 - Photography: Contemporary Images
   •  ART 330 - Illustration I
   •  ART 331 - Illustration II
   •  ART 333 - Graphic Design III: Branding and Identity Programs
   •  ART 335 - Design History: Industrial Revolution to Contemporary Design
   •  ART 341 - Philosophy of Art
   •  ART 345 - Life Drawing
   •  ART 390 - Advanced Studio Practice
   •  ART 420 - Contemporary Studio Seminar
   •  ART 440 - Independent Studies in Art
   •  ART 450 - Interactive Web Design
   •  ART 455 - Visual Arts in the Classroom II
   •  ART 466 - Senior Studio Exhibition or Research Preparation
   •  ART 468 - Graphic Design Portfolio Preparation
   •  ART 470 - Internship
   •  ART 471 - Graphic Design Portfolio Review
   •  ART 472 - Exhibition or Research Preparation
   •  ART 490 - Special Studies in Art

Athletic Training

   •  ATR 102 - Risk Management and Emergency Response
   •  ATR 102L - Risk Management and Emergency Response Laboratory
   •  ATR 290 - Clinical Internship I
   •  ATR 291 - Clinical Internship II
   •  ATR 385 - Pathology of Injury and Illness
   •  ATR 387 - Assessment of Lower Extremity Pathology
   •  ATR 388 - Assessment of Head, Spinal, and Upper Extremity Pathology
   •  ATR 390 - Clinical Practicum I
   •  ATR 391 - Clinical Practicum II
   •  ATR 410 - Therapeutic Exercise
   •  ATR 415 - Therapeutic Modalities and Pharmacology
   •  ATR 420 - Pharmacology
   •  ATR 460 - Management of Allied Health Care
   •  ATR 493 - Clinical Preceptorship I
   •  ATR 494 - Clinical Preceptorship II

Bible

   •  BIB 101 - Old Testament History and Religion (GE)
   •  BIB 102 - New Testament History and Religion (GE)
   •  BIB 240 - Reading Scripture Faithfully
   •  BIB 301 - Jesus and the Gospels: Four Portraits of One Christ
   •  BIB 302 - The Letters of Paul: Faith, Hope, and Love Across Distance and Difference
   •  BIB 314 - Old Testament Prophets and the Holy Imagination: Power, Gender, Justice, and Economics
   •  BIB 335 - New Testament Books and Early Churches: Sermon, Letter, and Apocalypse
   •  BIB 378 - Old Testament Psalms and Wisdom Literature: Worship and Wisdom in a World of Suffering and Injustice
   •  BIB 410 - Biblical Theology
   •  BIB 413 - Old Testament Torah and Israel's History: God's Story and God's People
   •  BIB 490 - Special Studies in Bible
   •  BIB 495 - Seminar in Biblical Literature

Biblical Languages

   •  GRK 207 - Biblical Greek I (GE)
   •  GRK 208 - Biblical Greek II (GE)
   •  HEB 205 - Biblical Hebrew I (GE)
   •  HEB 206 - Biblical Hebrew II (GE)

Biology

   •  BIO 101 - Human Biology and Bioethics (GE)
   •  BIO 101L - Human Biology and Bioethics Laboratory (GE)
   •  BIO 102 - Environment and People (GE)
   •  BIO 103 - Introduction to Biology (GE)
   •  BIO 103L - Introduction to Biology Laboratory (GE)
   •  BIO 104 - Biotechnology and Society (GE)
   •  BIO 105 - Ecology and Conservation (GE)
   •  BIO 105L - Ecology and Conservation Laboratory (GE)
   •  BIO 130 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (GE)
 

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