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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Important memorandum to students
        Page 1
    Table of Contents
        Page 2
    Welcome letter
        Page 3
    Frequently asked questions
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Print-based distance learning courses
        Page 7
        Goldon rule courses
            Page 8
        General education requirements
            Page 8
            Page 9
        Elements of a course description
            Page 10
        Print-based college credit courses
            Page 11
            Page 12
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        Index
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        Enrollment form
            Page 23
            Page 24
        Print-based professional development courses
            Page 25
    Web-based distance learning
        Page 26
        Web-based college credit courses
            Page 27
        Web-based professional development courses
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        Specialized degree programs
            Page 29
            Page 30
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        Online services for students
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    Important web addresses
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    Back Cover
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Print-Based Distance Learning Student
Office of Distance, Continuing, and Executive Education
Important Dates and Policies


New Completion Times and Grade Policies
* If at 16 weeks from the date of enrollment (the equivalent of one semester), the course work has not been completed, a grade of "H" (hold) will
be assigned.
* If more time is needed to complete the course, an additional 16 weeks will be allowed. Should the course remain incomplete at the end of the
second 16-week period, an "I" (incomplete) will be assigned.
* After an "I" has been recorded on the student transcript, it can be changed only with special permission from the instructor.
* If the "I" is not changed, it will be calculated in the student's G.P.A. (grade point average) as an "E" (failing) in compliance with University policy.



Important Dates to Remember:
* Enrollment Begins the date that you enrolled.
* Refund Policy full refund within 30 days of enrollment; written request required.*
* Transfer Policy within 30 days of enrollment; once per course; some transfer fees apply; written request required.*
* Withdrawal Policy within 12 weeks of enrollment; no grade will be reported; written request required.*

* Students should direct all correspondence to: UF Office of Distance, Continuing, and Executive Education
2209 NW 13th Street, Suite D., Gainesville, FL 32609-3498

For more information on our policies, please visit our website at www.fcd.ufl.edu or e-mail us at learn@doce.ufl.edu

Once again, thank you for choosing print-based distance learning at UF


Services For Persons with Disabilities
The Division of Distance Learning is committed to making our courses
accessible to all students. If you require special accommodation as a
result of a certifiable disability, please tell us before you register so we
can meet your needs. Individuals with hearing or speech impairments
should contact the Florida Relay Service at 800-955-8771 when trying
to contact an office that does not list a TDD number.

Upon request, this publication is available in alternate format for
persons with print-related disabilities. For more information, contact
the Office of Students with Disabilities at 352-392-1261.


Volume XCVIII Series 1
Number 3 September 2003
The University Record (USPS 652-760) is published five times a
year in March, April, September, September and November by the
University of Florida, Office of the University Registrar, Academic
Publications, Gainesville, FL 32611-4000. Periodical postage paid at
Gainesville, Florida 32601.
The Distance Learning Course Catalog has been adopted as a rule
of the university pursuant to the provision of Chapter 120 of the Florida
Statutes. Addenda to the University Record Series, if any, are available
from the Division of Distance Learning, 2209 NW 13th Street, Suite D,
Gainesville, FL 32609-3498


POSTMASTER: Send address changes to OFFICE OF THE UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR, BOX 114000, Gainesville, FL 32611-4000. The University of Florida Division of Distance Learning encourages
participation by qualified persons of both sexes from all cultural, racial, religious, and ethnic groups. DOCE Program Funded by Participants. Prices current as of Sept. 2003. If you received this
catalog as a result of an automatic mailing and now wish to be removed from our mailing list, please notify us at, Division of Distance Learning, 2209 NW 13th Street, Suite D, Gainesville, Florida
32609-3498, 352-392-1711, 800-327-4218. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL 32611-4000.







Table of Contents


W elcom e Letter ..................... ............................................ ................................. ......... .. 3
Frequently Asked Questions ......................................................................................... ............................... 4



Print-Based Distance Learning Courses
G ordon R ule C courses ............................................................................................................................................ 8
General Education Requirem ents ............................................................................ ........................ 8
Elem ents of a Course Description ......................................................................... ....................................10
Print-Based College Credit Courses:
Advertising, African Studies, Anthropology, Art & Art History, Astronomy ................................ ... ........................ 11
Business, Criminology & Law ............................ ................................... .... ....................... 12
Economics, Education ................................................................................................................ 13
E ng lish ..................................................................................................................................... ...... .................
English as a Second Language ....................................... .................. ......15
Geography, Geological Sciences, Germanic and Slavic Languages, Health Sciences......................................... 16
History, Humanities, Journalism, Latin Language and Literature ....................... ...........................17


Linguistics, M them atics, ilosopny ....................... ........................ .. ............. ......................... 10
Political Science, Psychology, ............................................................ .............................................19
Public Relations, Religion, Romance Languages .......................................... ................................ 20
Sociology, Statistics, Textiles & Consumer Sciences ......................................................... .........................21
Index .................... ................................................... ................................................ .................... 22
Enrollm ent Form ........................................ ....... .........................................................23
Print-Based Professional Development Courses:
Dietary Management Training, Water Management,
Insurance Pre-Licensing, Legal Assistant Certificate, High School .............................25



Web-Based Distance Learning
Web-Based College Credit Courses:
Tobacco 101, Neurobiology of Addiction,
Personal & Family Health, Introduction to Professions of Medicine ............................................. .............27
Web-Based Professional Development Courses .............................. ....................... ............................ 28
Specialized Degree Programs:
Fire and Emergency Services, Business Administration, Engineering, Forensic Toxicology,
Master of International Construction Management, Occupational Therapy, Doctor of Audiology,
Doctor of Pharmacy, Master of Agriculture, Internet Master of Business........................................ ............ ................29
Online Services for Students ........................... ...... ...................... .. ......... .............................32
Im portant W eb Addresses...................................................... ....... ........... ..................................Inside Back Cover




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UNIVERSITY OF

FLORIDA

Distance, Continuing and Executive Education 2209 NW 13th St., Suite D
Gainesville, FL 32609-3498
(352) 392-1711
National (800) 3274218
Fax (352) 392-6950
E-mail: learn@doce.ufl.edu
http:/ /www.fcd.ufl.edu


Welcome to Distance Learning at UF, the University of Florida's catalog for distance learning resources and
opportunities. We have designed this catalog to serve primarily as a listing for our print-based distance learning
courses. However, we have also collected and included information about the assorted professional and specialized
programs and courses offered at the university that utilize various distance learning methodologies. (The degree
programs require admission to the University of Florida. Specific information can be found along with other
important procedures and dates at the web addresses associated with each particular program).


For nearly eight decades the University of Florida, in conjunction with the other universities in our state system,
has provided educational opportunities for those countless thousands for whom traditional "on-campus" classes
were impractical.


We invite you to consider print-based as well as other distance learning courses as an alternative method of
achieving part or all of your educational goals. Whether you are a college student, a high school student, or a
professional practitioner, we can assist you in meeting your educational needs.


We will be happy to talk with you in person, by telephone, through traditional correspondence, or by e-mail in
order to answer your questions and guide your decisions. Please call our office at 352-392-1711 or 800-327-4218
or visit our website at www.fcd.ufl.edu. Our office, at 2209 NW 13 Street, Suite D, Gainesville, Florida, is open
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the year. We look forward to hearing from you!


Regards,





Christopher D. Sessums
Director, Distance Learning
University of Florida

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Frequently Asked Questions


SWhat is print-based distance learning?
Print-based distance learning is a new term for correspondence study.

A Am I eligible?
University of Florida print-based distance learning courses operate on
an open enrollment basis. You do not have to be enrolled at the University of
Florida to register for one or more courses. High school students enrolling in
college credit courses must have written permission from their counselor or
principal to enroll.

NJ Do I need to get my advisor's
approval to enroll in a print-based
distance learning course?
If you are a University of Florida student you MUST receive approval
from either the Academic Advisement Center (www.advising.ufl.edu) or your
department chairperson prior to registering for print- or web-based distance
learning courses. The Office of Distance, Continuing, and Executive
Education is not responsible for ensuring that the credit you receive is
transferable. This is the student's responsibility. If you are enrolled at an
institution other than the University of Florida, we strongly urge you to get
an advisor's permission before enrolling in courses.

Is there a deadline for enrollment?
Print-based distance learning courses operate on an open enrollment
policy. (Note: Web-based distance learning courses and programs found in
this catalog have a specific set of admission dates and requirements. For
more information on those courses and programs, visit the Florida Campus
Direct web site at www.fcd.ufl.edu.)

N How long do I have to complete a
course?
Print-based distance learning courses are designed to be completed in
one semester. If at 16 weeks from the date of enrollment (the equivalent of
one semester), the course work has not been completed, a grade of "H"
(hold) will be assigned. If more time is needed to complete the course, an
additional 16 weeks will be allowed. Should the course remain incomplete
at the end of the second 16-week period, an "I" (incomplete) will be
assigned. After an "I" has been recorded on the student transcript, it can be
changed only with special permission from the instructor. If the "I" is not
changed, it will be calculated in the student's G.P.A. (grade point average) as
an "E" (failing) in compliance with university policy.


nHow do I enroll?
You can enroll in print-based courses online, through the mail, by fax,
by phone, or in person at our office. There is an enrollment form located
in the back of this catalog. It is also available on our website,
www.distancelearning.ufl.edu. If you enroll by mail or fax, be sure to include
all required residency documentation.

NHow much will I pay?
All college courses have a $75 administrative fee per course for
handling. Undergraduate in-state college tuition per semester hour is
$92.68. Out-of-state college tuition per semester hour is $111.21.

Tuition, course fees, and book prices are subject to change without
prior notification.

[0Does tuition include the cost of
books?
No. The cost of textbooks and other materials is separate. The Division
of Continuing Education stocks all required texts for print-based courses.
Students may purchase texts from us, but they are not required to do so.
Florida residents must pay sales tax on texts (but not tuition) in accordance
with their county of residence. (There is a county tax chart on the back of
the enrollment form.)

MECan I earn a degree through print-
based distance learning courses?
Not at this time. Credits may be applied towards your degree; however,
students are expected to obtain approval from an academic advisor or
department chairperson prior to enrolling in a print-based distance learning
course to ensure that they receive proper credit.

F'Will enrollment in this course appear
on my college transcript?
Yes. With Dean or Academic Advisory approval and completion of the
course, it will appear on your transcript. Some institutions have limits on the
number of correspondence courses or course credits they will accept.


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A What materials will I receive?
Different programs provide different sets of course materials. Each
print-based course is composed of a study guide and the accompanying
texts.
Study Guide: The study guide includes an introduction which gives an
overview of the course, explains procedures, and provides grading criteria.
The rest of the study guide is divided into a series of lessons. Each lesson
contains a reading assignment, lesson objectives, discussion of the topic,
self-help suggestions, and a written assignment.
Books: The course listings include textbook titles, prices, and
publication information to assist the student in purchasing books and other
materials required for the course. Materials may be purchased from DOCE's
bookstore and will be shipped along with the study guide. Used books may
be available at reduced prices.
Delivery: Orders for course materials are shipped UPS Ground, Second
Day Air, Airmail, or Express courier, as appropriate to your destination.

A Can I fulfill General Education
requirements through print-based
distance learning courses?
Yes. The print-based distance learning course listings in this catalog
identify courses that satisfy one (or more) General Education requirements.

N How will I take examinations?
Most print-based distance learning courses contain one or more
examinations. The course listing in this catalog notes how many exams you
can expect in each course. Prior to taking a midterm or final examination,
submission of all previous written assignments is required. The study guide
for your course explains the required testing procedures.
For print-based distance learning courses, exams will be administered
by a proctor and will be given at a secure location.A proctor is someone who
facilitates and watches over the examination to ensure that no impropriety
occurs. It is the student's responsibility to find a proctor and a secure testing
facility. At the appropriate time, the student will submit an exam request
form which contains the proctor's contact information. The exam will be
mailed to the proctor for administration. These procedures are explained in
detail in the study guide.


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secure testing facility?
For your convenience, an examination room is provided at DOCE's office
in Gainesville. You may also choose from any public or private school
(elementary, middle, or high school; community college or university), public
library or professional exam center. Examinations cannot be taken in a
private location, such as someone's home or business.

How will I be graded?
The course grade is issued by the instructor. A final grade will be issued
after all assignments and exams are accounted for. Letter grades of A, B, C,
D, E, H, and I are used. The lowest passing grade is a "D". Please refer to
the important memorandum on page 3 for details. (An "H" grade is a "hold"
on your record that will change at the completion of your course.) Upon
completion of college courses, a grade report is mailed to you, to the
University of Florida Registrar, and to the third party institution of your
designation. A passing grade must be earned on the final exam to receive
credit for the course. In the event of withdrawal from or non-completion of
a course, records are not forwarded to any other party. We suggest that
course work should be completed a minimum of one month before you need
your grade posted.
The grade report is not an official transcript. Contact the University of
Florida Registrar to request an official transcript at 352-392-1361.

SHow can I check on my progress
in a course?
Students enrolled in distance learning can now log on our website
to check on their academic progress and to request exams. Go to
www.distancelearning.ufl.edu, click on the "students" link and then on
online services to set up your user ID and password.

@&Are my records confidential?
Yes. The University of Florida assures the confidentiality of educational
records. This is done in accordance with the State University System's rules
and state statutes, as well as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.

' Am I able to receive financial aid?
For print-based courses, no aid is available at this time. Degree-seeking
students are advised to speak with a representative from their financial
aid office.

SCan Florida Bright Futures
Scholarships be applied towards print-
based distance learning courses?
Not at this time.

g Can Florida Prepaid College funding
be applied towards print-based distance
learning courses?
Yes. The student must provide a photocopy of the front and back of his
or her Prepaid Card and pay any incidental fees not covered by the plan.




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11Can I use my Veteran's
Administration educational benefits?
Yes. It is the student's responsibility to coordinate benefits with the
VA. The VA may submit payment directly to the University of Florida, or
provide the applicant with a check made payable to the University of
Florida. The Division of Continuing Education is approved to offer credit
courses through the Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education
Support (DANTES) program. Members of the armed forces should consult
their educational officers or nearest education center concerning
individual, veteran, or tuition-supported enrollments.

M Can I transfer to a different print-
based course?
If you are not satisfied with a course for any reason, we will happily
transfer your registration to another course. Your request for transfer
should occur within 30 days of enrollment. This request must be in
writing, and may be sent by fax, e-mail, or U.S. mail. Any difference in
tuition will be collected or refunded. There is a $25.00 transfer fee and a
$5.00 charge for every lesson previously submitted in the original
course. Once a transfer has been granted, no tuition refunds are given. If
granted a transfer, the original course completion date remains. The
signature of a dean, department chairperson, or advisor is required for
print-based course transfers.

J What if I need to withdraw?
A tuition refund will be granted after written request for withdrawal
from a course within 30 days of enrollment. This request must be in
writing, and may be sent by fax, e-mail, or U.S. mail. All requests will
receive written responses. Refunds will be the amount of tuition, less
$25.00 per course and $5.00 per written assignment submitted for
grading. Allow four to six weeks for refund checks. No refunds are
granted after 30 days.

Pi3 If I withdraw, can I get a refund on
print-based course materials bought
from DOCE?
A refund is issued on course materials at the time of withdrawal if
they are returned within 30 days of sale and are in original condition.

M1 Does DOCE have a book buy-back
policy?
After the 30 day withdrawal period, DOCE will repurchase textbooks
and materials at 50% of the original purchase price, providing that they
are in continued use and in good condition. Contact the DOCE bookstore
for details at 800-327-4218.










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Florida Students Only


E What is the Gordon Rule?
To graduate from a state university or community college in Florida,
students must complete courses that involve substantial writing for a total of
24,000 words. Courses that count toward this requirement will be in one of
three categories:

Course work with at least 2,000 words
Course work with at least 4,000 words
Course work with at least 6,000 words

The writing in such courses will be evaluated on effectiveness, organization,
clarity, and coherence as well as the grammar, punctuation, and usage of
standard written English. Please refer to the following list to see which courses
satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement.

Can I fulfill the Gordon Rule requirement
through print-based distance learning?
Yes. Many of our print-based distance learning courses fulfill the Gordon
Rule. Please refer to page 8 of this catalog for a list of distance learning courses
that satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement.

i What are General Education
requirements?
All undergraduate students entering the State University System of Florida
are required to complete the 36-hour General Education requirement to
graduate.

Pi Can I fulfill General Education
requirements through print-based
distance learning?
Yes. The General Education categories and their abbreviations are:
composition (C), mathematical sciences (M), humanities (H), social and
behavioral sciences (S), natural sciences physical sciences (P), biological
sciences (B), and international/diversity focus (I). Please see pages 8-9 of this
catalog for a list of all distance learning courses that satisfy the general
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AML 2070 Survey of American
Literature (6000)
CRW 1101 Beginning Fiction Writing (6000)
CRW 1301 Beginning Poetry Writing (6000)
ENC 1101 Expository and Argumentative
Writing (6000)
ENC 1102 Writing about Literature (6000)
ENC 1145 Topics for Composition (6000)
ENC 2210 Technical Writing (6000)
ENC 3250 Professional
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ENC 3310 Advanced Exposition (6000)
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature:
Medieval to 1750 (6000)
ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature:
1750 to Present (6000)

PHILOSOPHY
PHI 2010 Introduction to
Philosophy (6000)
PHI 2630 Contemporary Moral
Issues (6000)
PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion (6000)


General Education Requirements


COMPOSITION (C)
ENGLISH
AML 2070 Survey of American Literature
CRW 1101 Beginning Fiction Writing
CRW 1301 Beginning Poetry Writing

ENC 1101 Expository and
Argumentative Writing




PHYSICAL SCIENCES (I
ASTRONOMY
AST 1002 Discovering the Universe
GEOGRAPHY
GEO 2201 Physical Landscapes



HUMANITIES (H)
HISTORY
AMH 2010 United States To 1877
AMH 2020 United States Since 1877
EUH 2033 History of the Holocaust
LAH 2020 Introduction to Latin
American History
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
HUM 2210 Western Humanities:
Ancient through Renaissance
LINGUISTICS
LIN 2000 Language:
Humanities Perspective


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ENC 1145 Topics for Composition
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature:
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ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature:
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ENC 2210 Technical Writing





GEOLOGY
GLY 1000 Exploring the
Geological Sciences
GLY 2010C Physical Geology


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PHILOSOPHY
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PHI 3700 -
RELIGION
REL 2121 -
REL 2210 -


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Topics for Composition
Survey of English Literature:
Medieval to 1750
Survey of English Literature:
1750 to Present


Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Philosophy of Religion


American Religious History
Hebrew Scriptures


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ENGLISH
AML 2070 Survey of American
Literature (6000)
CRW 1101 Beginning Fiction Writing (6000)
CRW 1301 Beginning Poetry Writing (6000)
ENC 1101 Expository and Argumentative
Writing (6000)
ENC 1102 Writing about Literature (6000)
ENC 1145 Topics for Composition (6000)
ENC 2210 Technical Writing (6000)
ENC 3250 Professional
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ENC 3310 Advanced Exposition (6000)
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature:
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ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature:
1750 to Present (6000)

PHILOSOPHY
PHI 2010 Introduction to
Philosophy (6000)
PHI 2630 Contemporary Moral
Issues (6000)
PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion (6000)


General Education Requirements


COMPOSITION (C)
ENGLISH
AML 2070 Survey of American Literature
CRW 1101 Beginning Fiction Writing
CRW 1301 Beginning Poetry Writing

ENC 1101 Expository and
Argumentative Writing




PHYSICAL SCIENCES (I
ASTRONOMY
AST 1002 Discovering the Universe
GEOGRAPHY
GEO 2201 Physical Landscapes



HUMANITIES (H)
HISTORY
AMH 2010 United States To 1877
AMH 2020 United States Since 1877
EUH 2033 History of the Holocaust
LAH 2020 Introduction to Latin
American History
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
HUM 2210 Western Humanities:
Ancient through Renaissance
LINGUISTICS
LIN 2000 Language:
Humanities Perspective


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ENC 1145 Topics for Composition
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature:
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ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature:
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ENC 2210 Technical Writing





GEOLOGY
GLY 1000 Exploring the
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GLY 2010C Physical Geology


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PHI 2630 -
PHI 3700 -
RELIGION
REL 2121 -
REL 2210 -


Survey of American Literature
Topics for Composition
Survey of English Literature:
Medieval to 1750
Survey of English Literature:
1750 to Present


Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Philosophy of Religion


American Religious History
Hebrew Scriptures


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General Education Requirements


MATHEMATICS (M)
MATHEMATICS
MAC 1105 College Algebra F
MAC 1147 Precalculus: F
Algebra and Trigonometry
MGF 1106 Mathematics for
Liberal Arts Majors I
MGF 1107 Mathematics for I
Liberal Arts Majors II



BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (B)
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 3514 Introduction to
Biological Anthropology


INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
AFRICAN STUDIES
AFS 2002 The African Experience
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology
EDUCATION
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations


STATISTICS
STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics
STA 2122 Social Science Statistics


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FOOD SCIENCE & HUMAN NUTRITION
HUN 2201 Fundamentals of
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SOCIAL SCIENCES (S)
AFRICAN STUDIES
AFS 2002 The African Experience p.11
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology p.11
ECONOMICS
ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics p.13
ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics p.13
EDUCATION
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations p.13
EDF 3210 Educational Psychology p.13
EDF 3604 Social Foundations of Education p.13
GEOGRAPHY
GEO 2500 Global and Regional Economies p.16
HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS
HSC 2100 Contemporary Health Science p.16
MANAGEMENT
MAN 3025 Principles of Management p.12


HISTORY
EUH 2033 History of the Holocaust
LAH 2020 Introduction to Latin
American History
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
HUM 2210 Western Humanities: Ancient
through Renaissance
SOCIOLOGY
SYG 2430 Marriage & Family





MARKETING
MAR 3023 Basic Marketing Concepts
POLITICAL SCIENCE
POS 2112 American State and
Local Government
PSYCHOLOGY
DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology
INP 4004 Industrial Psychology
PSY 2013 General Psychology
SOP 4004 Social Psychology
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY
PAD 3003 Public Administration in
American Society
SOCIOLOGY
SYG 2000 Principles of Sociology
SYG 2430 Marriage & Family


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Elements of a Print-Based Distance Learning

Course Description


Course Name


Course Work

Number of Semester GLY 1102- General Education
Hours or Credits Age Of Dinosaurs / category Fufied*
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15 University of Origin
Course Work Exams: 4 Gen Ed: B, P
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF CD-Rom Required
Gordon Rule Instructor: Paul F. Ciesielski, Ph.D.
Gordon Rule
Fulfillment* Materials: Spencer Lucas, Dinosaurs (custom
edition for UF), $71.00; Paul F. Ciesielski,
Required Text(s) Age of Dinosaurs (an interactive CD-Rom),
and Cost $30.00.
This course provides an introduction to the
geologic sciences through an examination of a
unique interval of geologic history: The Mesozoic
Era. Major topics include: the major groups of
Course Description-
dinosaurs, dinosaur behavior and physiology,
pterosaurs, marine reptiles, the Mesozoic
botanical world, the plate tectonic setting, sea
level variations, climatic changes, and the great
Late Cretaceous extinction. These and other
subjects are designed to place the "Age of
Dinosaurs" in the context of the Mesozoic world in
which they lived. The course includes an For more information o
instructional CD with over 400 Web links. This please see Frequently /
course requires that students have a computer
with a CD-Rom drive and Internet access.


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Florida Atlantic University
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida International University
Florida State University
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
University of North Florida
University of South Florida
University of West Florida


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asked Question #26 on page 6.


GENERAL EDUCATION
CATEGORIES


(C)
(M)
(H)
(S)
(B)
(P)
(I)


Composition
Mathematical Sciences
Humanities
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Natural Sciences Biological
Natural Sciences Physical
International/Diversity Focus

Refer to pages 8 & 9 for applicable courses.


Print-Based Distance Learning


Course Prefix
and Number


UNIVERSITY OF
ORIGIN LEGEND


FAMU
FAU
FGCU
FlU
FSU
UCF
UF
UNF
USF
UWF


3 Credits
6 Credits
9 Credits
9 Credits


9 Credits
6 Credits


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Print-Based College Credit Courses


ADVERTISING

ADV 3000 -
Elements of Advertising
Credits: 3 Lessons: 17
Exams: 1 Gen Ed.: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Jorge Villegas, Ph.D.
Materials: J. Thomas Russell & W. Ronald
Lane, Kleppner's Advertising Procedure
(14th ed.), $98.67.
This course introduces students to the basic
principles of advertising in a global market
economy. Students will gain an understanding of
the role of advertising in the development of
brands and, ultimately, the success of
corporations. Students will come to appreciate the
strategic and creative processes needed to
develop effective advertising campaigns.




AFRICAN
STUDIES

AFS 2002 -
The African Experience
Credits: 3 Lessons: 14
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Kevin S. Friday, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: April A. Gordon and Donald L.
Gordon, Understanding Contemporary Africa
(3rd ed.), $24.00; Curtis Keim, Mistaking
Africa: Curiosities and Inventions of the
American Mind, $32.00; Chinua Achebe,
Things Fall Apart, $9.00; Nuruddin Farah,
Sweet & Sour Milk, $15.47; Camara Laye,
The Dark Child, $11.73; Ngugi wa Thiong'o,
The River Between, $17.49.
This is an introductory interdisciplinary study of
African societies which provides students with an
overview of critical topics in the history, politics,
socio-economic development, and popular culture
of African civilizations. The course serves to guide
students with a general interest in Africa toward
identifying specific issues or approaches for
subsequent coursework and research within the
African Studies program.


ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT 2410 -
Cultural Anthropology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 17
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Aline Gubrium, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Conrad Phillip Kottack, Cultural
Anthropology (9th ed.), $88.00.
This course introduces students to the theories,
methods, and ideologies within the discipline of
cultural anthropology. Students will learn how
anthropological theory contributes to our
understanding of culture, cultural change, and
human diversity.

ANT 3514 -
Introduction to
Biological Anthropology
Credits: 4 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: B
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: David Hines, Ph.D.
Materials: Robert Jurmain et al., Introduction to
PhysicalAnthropology (8th ed.), $77.67.
This course provides a broad introduction to the
theories, methods, and data of biological
anthropology. This includes an explanation of the
similarities and differences in the genetics,
biochemistry, physiology and anatomy of human
populations.


ART & ART
HISTORY

ARH 2000 -
Art Appreciation
Credits: 3 Lessons: 10
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FAU
Instructor: Jacqueline Kern, Ph.D.
Materials: Duane Preble et al., Artforms (7th
ed.), $74.00.
A general introduction to art history, this course
helps students appreciate the purposes and
functions of visual arts within our world,
throughout time, and within cultures and societies.
The course serves to introduce students to the
compositional elements within art works in order
to interpret meaning and expression, and helps
students develop and expand the senses needed
to experience and appreciate visual arts, and the
skills that assist in describing, synthesizing,
analyzing, and evaluating art forms.




ASTRONOMY

AST 1002 -
Discovering the Universe
Credits: 3 Lessons: 23
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: P
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Kwan-Yu Chen, Ph.D.
Materials: William J. Kaufmann III,
Discovering the Universe (5th ed.), $78.00.
An introductory survey in astronomy, this course is
designed for students who are interested in
acquiring a general knowledge of the celestial
objects in the universe. The course serves to
acquaint students with the development of
astronomy as a human activity involved in
observation, the formulation of physical theories,
and the interpretation of observations. Although
the approach to the subject is largely non-
mathematical, understanding of basic
mathematical representations of physical
relations formulas is needed.


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BUSINESS

GEB 2011 -
Introduction to Business
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FlU
Instructor: James R. Martin, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Louis E. Boone & David L. Kurtz,
Contemporary Business (10th ed.), $104.00.
A core requirement for business majors, this
course serves to introduce students to the
business world by focusing on the functions of
business and management within a free
enterprise system.


MAN 3025 -
Principles of Management
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FlU
Instructor: James R. Martin, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Gary Dressier, Management:
Leading People and Organizations in the 21st
Century (2nd ed.), $116.00.
This course introduces students to the
fundamentals of management underlying the
solution of problems of organization and operation
of business enterprises.

MAN 3600 -
Multi-national
Business Operations
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen. Ed.: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: David B. Kuhlmeier
Materials: Michael Czinkota et al., Global
Business (3rd ed.), $90.67.
This course introduces students to the field of
global business by examining the influence of
culture on conduction of international business,
theories supporting international trade and
investment and the effect of international trade on
national economies, as well as environmental
considerations of global business and the
application of business functions on an
international scale.


MAR 3023 -
Basic Marketing
Concepts
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Jon B. Freiden, Ph.D.
Materials: Louis E. Boone and David L. Kurtz,
Contemporary Marketing (10th ed.), $117.00.
A core requirement for business majors, this
course provides students with an understanding of
decision areas and the ability to utilize marketing
concepts to make business decisions.


CRIMINOLOGY
& LAW

CCJ 2020 -
Introduction to
Criminal Justice
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Lonn Lanza-Kaduce, J.D., Ph.D.
Materials: Joseph J. Senna & Larry J. Siegel,
Essentials of Criminal Justice (3rd ed.),
$73.00.
This course is designed to provide an overview
and general understanding of the structure and
processes of the criminal justice system in
the United States. It will cover historical,
philosophical, sociological, psychological and legal
aspects of crime, law, and justice.

CCJ 3011 -
Criminology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 10
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Emmanuel Onyeozili, Ph.D.
Materials: Larry J. Siegel, Criminology (7th
ed.), $92.33.
This course is designed to provide an in-depth
understanding of the discipline of criminology
through an examination of the various theories of
crime, explanations of criminal behavior, and
typologies of crime, as well as an understanding of
the components of the criminal justice system in
the United States.


CCJ 3101 -
Law Enforcement
Credits: 3 Lessons: 13
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: William G. Doerner, Ph.D.
Materials: William G. Doerner, Introduction to
Law Enforcement (1st ed.), $57.30.
This course examines the function of law
enforcement in the United States, emphasizing
both the academic aspects and the practical side
of law enforcement. Four aspects of law
enforcement are emphasized: the history of law
enforcement, that is, how law enforcement
developed into a formal institution; candidate
selection and officer training; decision procedures;
and regulation of police behavior.

CCJ 3200 -
The Courts
Credits: 3 Lessons: 10
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Lonn Lanza-Kaduce, J.D., Ph.D.
Materials: David Neubauer, America's Courts
and the Criminal Justice System (6th ed.),
$68.00.
This course provides an in-depth examination of
the U.S. criminal court system with emphasis on
judicial processes. The course traces the historical
development of the U.S. court system, explains the
philosophy of the American legal system and the
roles of the courtroom workgroup members, and
describes trial and sentencing procedures.

CCJ 3301 -
Corrections
Credits: 3 Lessons: 13
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Courtney A. Waid, MSCJ
Materials: F. Schmalleger & J. Smykla,
Corrections in the 21st Century (1st ed.),
$93.32.
This course provides a critical examination of the
philosophies, practices, and procedures employed
in corrections in the United States. Topics and
issues include correctional philosophies and
ideologies, the history of punishment and
corrections, jails, types of prisons, models of
incarceration, probation, intermediate sanctions,
parole, characteristics of prisoners, the subculture
of the prison, the death penalty, and the future of
corrections.


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CCJ 3664 -
Victimology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 11
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: William G. Doerner, Ph.D.
Materials: William G. Doerner & Steven P. Lab,
Victimology(3rd ed.), $49.01.
This course examines the role of victims in crimes,
their treatment by the criminal justice system,
their decisions to report crimes and help
prosecute offenders, victim assistance, and victim
compensation. Special emphasis is placed on
sexual battery, domestic violence, child abuse,
elderly abuse, and legal reforms.




ECONOMICS

ECO 2013 -
Principles of
Macroeconomics
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FlU
Instructor: Manuel J. Carvajal, Ph.D.
Materials: Michael Parkin & Mark Rush,
Macroeconomics (6th ed.), $91.00.
A survey of the modern market economy, this
course focuses on relationships among such
variables as national income, growth,
unemployment, inflation, money and banking,
economic policies, and the international economy.

ECO 2023 -
Principles of
Microeconomics
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FIU
Instructor: Manuel J. Carvajal, Ph.D.
Materials: Michael Parkin & Mark Rush,
Microeconomics (6th ed.), $91.00.
This course introduces students to the theories of
production, determination of prices, and
distribution of income in regulated and
unregulated industries. Attention is also given to
industrial relations, monopolies, and comparative
economic systems.


EDUCATION

EDF 3210 -
Educational Psychology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Kristine Landry-Boozer, Ph.D.
Materials: N.L. Gage & D.C. Berliner,
Educational Psychology (6th ed.), $95.16;
Gordon E. Greenwood & H. Thompson Filmer,
Professional Core Cases for Teacher
Decision-making (1st ed.), $45.00.
This survey course provides an introduction to the
major areas of educational psychology, including
learning theory and cognition, motivation theory,
developmental theory, teaching methods and
practices, assessment concepts, and issues in
diversity. This course will be particularly useful for
students who are planning to take the Florida
Teacher Certification Examination. However, non-
education majors will find everyday application for
many of the concepts covered.

EDF 3604 -
Social Foundations
of Education
Credits: 3 Lessons: 14
Exams: None Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Arthur Newman, Ph.D.
Materials: Mary O'Hair et al., Foundations of
Democratic Education (1st ed.), $89.67.
This course is designed to provide an overview of
the educative effects of our social structures, the
social values and issues involved in appraising
these effects, and the resulting social demands
upon the schools.

EDF 4430 -
Measurement and
Evaluation in Education
Credits: 3 Lessons: 13
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Dianne C. Buhr, Ph.D.
Materials: N. Gronlund & R. Linn,
Measurement and Assessment in Teaching
(8th ed.), $84.93.
This course introduces students to the basic
principles and methods of measurement,
evaluation, and methods of test construction.


EDG 2701 -
Teaching Diverse
Populations
Credits: 3 Lessons: 8
Exams: None Gen Ed: S, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FAU
Instructor: Jacqueline Kern, Ph.D.
Materials: Joel Spring, Deculturalization and
the Struggle for Equality (3rd ed.), $26.00.
This course gives prospective educators the
necessary background information to begin
thinking about the multicultural aspects of
teaching. Study is made of the historical
foundation of American culture in terms of
European influences, conquest, and immigration,
as well as an understanding of prejudice and
ethnocentrism. Students will complete a minimum
of 15 hours of field experience to gain insight into
the cultural customs, beliefs, and experiences of a
group of people or a person from a culture
different from their own.

CHD 3220 -
Child Growth and
Development: The
Foundation Years
Credits: 3 Lessons: 16
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Murray Krantz, Ph.D.
Materials: Murray Krantz, Child Development:
Risk and Opportunity (1st ed.), $103.00;
Victoria Jean Dimidjian, Study Guide for Child
Development: Risk and Opportunity (1st ed.),
$34.33.
This course is designed to provide students with a
comprehensive survey of contemporary
knowledge of the development of children from
conception through the adolescent years.






















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ENGLISH

AML 2070 -
Survey of
American Literature
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: None Gen Ed: C, H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Sarika Chandra, M.A.
Materials: Sylvan Barnet, A Short Guide to
Writing about Literature (7th ed.), $30.60;
Rita Mae Brown, Rubyfruit Jungle, $7.53;
Douglas Coupland, Generation X, $19.93;
Jamaica Kincaid, Lucy, $15.93; Toni Morrison,
The Bluest Eye, $12.96; Alix Kates Shulman,
Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen, $14.00; Maria
Martinez, Coming of Age, $34.00; Cristina
Garcia, Dreaming in Cuban, $18.67.
This course introduces students to some of
the major writers, issues, and forms found in
American literature.

AML 3124 -
American Fiction:
1900 to World War II
Credits: 3 Lessons: 17
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Thomas K. Beyette, Ph.D.
Materials: Stephen Crane, Maggie: A Girl of
the Streets and Selected Stories, $5.30;
Theodore Dreiser, Sister Carrie, $9.60; F.
Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, $12.00;
Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises,
$12.00; William Faulkner, Light in August,
$14.00; John Steinbeck, The Grapes of
Wrath; Richard Wright, Native Son, $14.00.
Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were
Watching God, $13.20; James T. Farrell, Some
Observations on Naturalism, $17.30; M. H.
Abrams, A Glossary of Literary Terms (6th
ed.), $22.00.
This course introduces students to American
fiction from the early 20th century to World War II.


CRW 1101 -
Beginning Fiction Writing
Credits: 3 Lessons: 11
Exams: None Gen Ed: C
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Stephanie Harrison, M.A.
Materials: Janet Burroway, Writing Fiction
(5th ed.), $49.00; William Strunk, Jr. and E.B.
White, The Elements of Style (4th ed.), $9.30.
This is an introductory course in fiction writing
designed to provide students with the skills
necessary to begin writing short stories. The
course exposes students to the basic structural
and thematic elements of fiction, such as char-
acter, conflict, image, theme, and point of view.

CRW 1301 -
Beginning Poetry Writing
Credits: 3 Lessons: 11
Exams: None Gen Ed: C
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Julie Green, MFA Candidate
Materials: X.J. Kennedy & Dana Gioia, An
Introduction to Poetry (10th ed.), $60.00;
Carol Burke and Molly Tinsley, The Creative
Process (1st ed.), $38.00; William Strunk Jr.
and E.B. White, The Elements of Style (4th
ed.), $9.30.
An introductory course in poetry writing, this
course is designed to provide students with the
skills necessary to appreciate and begin writing
poetry. The course exposes students to the basic
structural and thematic elements of contemporary
poetry, such as theme, diction, tone, sound,
imagery, figures of speech, rhythm, and form.
Success in the course is based on student
progress and revisions of original work, as well as
talent for writing.

ENC 1101 -
Expository and
Argumentative Writing
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: None Gen Ed: C
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Thomas K. Beyette, Ph.D.
Materials: Sheridan Baker, The Practical
Stylist with Readings (8th ed.), $67.00.
This course prepares students to write
expository and argumentative prose and to
analyze their roles in contemporary culture. The
course is designed to help students improve
their grasp of standard written English, library
research, critical analysis, and creative thinking.


ENC 1102 -
Writing About Literature
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: None Gen Ed: C
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Thomas K. Beyette, Ph.D.
Materials: L. Perrine and T.R. Arp, Story and
Structure (8th ed.), $47.33; Sylvan Barnet et
al., Types of Drama: Plays and Essays (6th
ed.), $56.16; Laurence Perrine and Thomas
Arp, Sound and Sense (8th ed.), $45.00; L.G.
Kirszner and S.R. Mandell, The Holt Handbook
(any edition).
In this introductory course in literature and
composition, students will be exposed to fiction,
poetry, and drama. The course is designed to
improve students' writing skills.

ENC 1145 -
Topics for Composition
Credits: 3 Lessons: 13
Exams: None Gen Ed: C, H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Denise K. Cummings,
Ph.D.Candidate
Materials: Leo Charney and Vanessa R.
Schwartz, Cinema and the Invention of
Modern Life (1st ed.), $35.93; Diana Hacker,
Rules for Writers (4th ed.), $26.00; CBS, Fox,
Modern Times (VHS Video), $26.67.
This is a composition course focusing on the
relationship between cinema and modernity.
Students will learn how texts work and employ
similar conventions in their own writing. The
course teaches students how to articulate a
thesis, support a thesis statement, work with
secondary sources, and organize an argument.
More generally, the course is designed to improve
students' ability to critically analyze texts and to
help them develop creative writing skills.

ENC 2210 -
Technical Writing
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: C
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Sophie Croisy, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: John M. Lannon, Technical
Communication (8th ed.), $77.67.
This is an introductory course in composition
focusing on the forms and methods of
communication used in business, industry, and
government, including non-formal and formal
reports, letters, resumes, and proposals.


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ENC 3250 -
Professional
Communication
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Sandra Plympton, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Mike Markel, Technical Com-
munication: Situations & Strategies (6th ed.),
$78.00; Charles Brusaw, Business Writer's
Handbook (6th ed.), $78.00.
A professional writing course relevant in business,
industry, government, and other institutional
settings. This course covers the major elements of
organizational communication with emphasis on
composition of letters, memos, reports, proposals,
and manuals.

ENC 3310 -
Advanced Exposition
Credits: 3 Lessons: 10
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Sophie Croisy, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: John McPhee, Giving Good Weight
(4th ed.), $9.89; Jean Wyrick, Steps to Writing
Well (4th ed.), $57.00; William Zinsser, On
Writing Well (6th ed.), $16.80.
This is an advanced composition course focusing
on the methods of exposition including writing,
definition, classification, comparison and contrast,
analysis, illustration, and identification.

ENL 2012 -
Survey of English
Literature:
Medieval to 1750
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: C, H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: FSU
Instructor: Eugene Crook, Ph.D.
Materials: M.H.Abrams, The Norton Anthology
of English Literature, Vol. 1, (7th ed.), $58.67.
This is a survey course in English literature from
the Medieval period through the Enlightenment.
Students will be exposed to a wide range of
genres and forms which make up Medieval,
Elizabethan, Restoration, and eighteenth-century
literature. These genres include the narrative
poem, the confession, the drama, and the satire.


ENL 2022 -
Survey of English
Literature:
1750 to Present
Credits: 1 Lessons: 15
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: C, H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: FSU
Instructor: Eugene Crook, Ph.D.
Materials: M.H. Abrams, The Norton Anthology
of English Literature, Vol. 2, (7th ed.), $58.67;
This is a survey course in British literature from
the early Romantic period to the present. Authors
covered include Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley,
Keats, Bronte, Arnold, Tennyson, Wilde, Yeats, and
Joyce.

ENL 3122 -
The English Novel:
19th Century
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Heather Milton
Materials: Jane Austen, Emma, $14.67; Emily
Bronte, Wuthering Heights, $7.95; Mary
Shelley, Frankenstein, $5.27; Lewis Carroll,
Alice in Wonderland, $10.67. Charles
Dickens, Hard Times, $6.60; Thomas Hardy,
Jude the Obscure, $10.60. Mary Elizabeth
Braddon, Lady Audley's Secret, $13.27;
George Eliot, The Mill on the Floss, $10.60;
Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray,
$14.00.
This course introduces students to some of the
great English novels of the 19th century.

ENL 3132 -
The English Novel:
20th Century
Credits: 3 Lessons: 9
Exams: 0 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Michael Sipe

Materials: George Orwell, 1984, $9.27; Aldous
Huxley, Brave New World, $12.80; Virginia
Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway, $8.55; Christopher
Isherwood, The Berlin Stories, $10.67;
Graham Greene, The End of the Affair,
$15.93; Ford Madox Ford, The Good Soldier,
$12.00; Kazuo Ishiguro, The Remains of the
Day, $13.93; Joseph Conrad, The Secret
Agent, $13.21.
This course introduces students to some of the
great English novels of the 20th century.


ENGLISH AS A
SECOND
LANGUAGE

TSL 3370 -
Introduction to TESL
Credits: 3 Lessons: 14
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Roger M. Thompson, Ph.D.
Materials: Don Snow, More Than a Native
Speaker: An Introduction for Volunteers
Teaching Abroad, $32.00.
This course provides a historical overview of
trends in language teaching technology leading to
communicative approaches and techniques for
teaching listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Students are trained to instruct small groups and
individuals in English language skills.

TSL 6371 -
Materials and
Techniques for TESL I
Credits: 3 Lessons: 17
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Roger M. Thompson, Ph.D.
Materials: H. Douglas Brown, Teaching by
Principles: An Interactive Approach to
Language Pedagogy, $37.33; John W. Oiler
Jr., Methods that Work: Ideas for Literacy and
Language Teachers (2nd ed.), $82.67;
Suzanne F. Peregoy and Owen F. Boyle,
Reading, Writing, & Learning in ESL: A
Resource Book for K-12 Teachers, $42.00;
Don Snow, More than a Native Speaker: An
Introduction for Volunteers Teaching Abroad,
$32.00.
This course introduces students to the theories
that influence TESL teaching methods and
materials.


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GEOGRAPHY

GEA 3271 -
The Face of Florida
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Timothy J. Fik, Ph.D.
Materials: Clarence M. Head and Robert B.
Marcus, The Face of Florida (3rd ed.), $51.15;
two blank maps of Florida with counties
outlined, $5.00.
This course introduces students to the physical
landscape of Florida including shorelines, soils,
vegetation, climate, water problems, and the
environmental degradation of Florida.

GEO 2201 -
Physical Landscapes
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: P
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructors: Timothy J. Fik, Ph.D.
Materials: J.A. Henry & J. Mossa, Natural
Landscapes of the United States (5th ed.),
$70.35; Landforms of the U.S. (two maps),
$8.25.
This course is a survey of the physical landscapes
of the United States with a special emphasis on
the materials and processes creating and
fashioning landscapes, natural resources and the
influences of physical landscapes on society.

GEO 2500 -
Global and
Regional Economies
Credits: 3 Lessons: 10
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Timothy J. Fik, Ph.D.
Materials: Timothy Fik, The Geography of
Economic Development (2nd ed.), $100.67;
Robert J. Griffiths, Developing World (12th
ed.), $19.67
This course highlights contemporary perspectives,
themes, and research in economic geography
focusing on issues and problems associated with
regional and global economic and demographic
change. Students will analyze regional variation
and disparities in growth and development and
consider various policy implications.


GEO 3370 -
Conservation
of Resources
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Timothy J. Fik, Ph.D.
Materials: Susan E. Cutter et al., Exploitation,
Conservation, Preservation (2nd ed.), $70.67.
This is a survey course on natural resources
focusing on both wise and wasteful practices of
utilization of these resources. This course satisfies
resource certification for social studies teachers.




GEOLOGICAL
SCIENCES

GLY 1000 -
Exploring the
Geological Sciences
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: P
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Ann L. Heatherington, Ph.D.
Materials: Frank Press, Understanding Earth
(3rd ed.), $86.40.
An introductory survey in geology, this course
introduces students to the classical basics of
geology through an examination of popular topics
such as geologic hazards, the demise of the
dinosaurs, and global climate change.

GLY 2010C -
Physical Geology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: P
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Ann L. Heatherington, Ph.D.
Materials: Graham R. Thompson and
Jonathon Turk, Modern Physical Geology (2nd
ed.), $88.69; James H. Zumberge et al.,
Laboratory Manual for Physical Geology (10th
ed.), $59.33; Ohio State University Rock &
Mineral Set, $46.00.
This is an introductory course in physical geology
designed to acquaint students with the physical
nature of the earth, the composition of the earth,
landforms, surficial processes, and the internal
dynamics of the earth.


GERMANIC AND
SLAVIC
LANGUAGES

GER 1120 -
Beginning German I
Credits: 4 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Renate M. Hooper, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Werner Haas and Gustave Bording
Mathieu, Deutsch Fur Alle (4th ed.), $85.33;
Werner Haas and Gustave Bording Mathieu,
Arbeitsbuch zu Deutsch Fur Alle (4th ed.),
$36.00; pronunciation cassette, $24.00.
This first-semester course aims to develop the
student's skills in reading, writing, understanding,
and speaking German.




HEALTH
SCIENCES

HSC 2100 -
Contemporary
Health Science
Credits: 3 Lessons: 16
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: Edward J. Lucker, M.Ed.
Materials: Kathleen D. Mullen et al.,
Connections for Health (4th ed.), $68.67.
A comprehensive approach to health concerns
and problems in contemporary society, including
methods of assessing individual health needs.

HUN 2201 -
Fundamentals of
Human Nutrition
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: B
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Connie Spitznagel, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: E.N. Whitney et al., Understanding
Normal and Clinical Nutrition (4th ed.),
$68.00.
This course provides an overview of fundamental
principles of human nutrition as they relate to life
and growth from conception through adolescence,
interpretation of current nutritional information,
and application of nutritional knowledge in the
establishment of good eating habits.


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HISTORY

AMH 2010 -
United States to 1877
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Mark T. Hove, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Carol Berkin et al., Making
America: A History of the United States, Vol. 1
(2nd ed.), $65.56; Frederick Douglass,
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass:
An American Slave, $14.00; Lauren Cook
Burgess, An Uncommon Soldier, $14.60.
This is a survey course in American history
covering the development of the U.S. from its
colonial origins to the end of Reconstruction.

AMH 2020 -
United States Since 1877
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Mark Hove, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: George Brown Tindall and David
Shi, America: A Narrative History, Vol. 2, (3rd
ed.), $27.70; Patricia Schechter, Ida B. Wells-
Barnett and American Reform, 1880-1930,
(1st ed.), $19.95.
This is a survey course in American history
covering the emergence of modern America as an
industrial and world power, the Progressive Era,
WW I, the Great Depression and New Deal, WW II,
and the Cold War Era.

EUH 2033 -
History of the Holocaust
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: H, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Susan Lewis, Ph.D.
Materials: Raul Hilberg, Perpetrators, Victims,
and Bystanders (1st ed.), $16.80; Nora Levin,
The Holocaust Years (1st ed.), $31.80.
This is a survey course covering the origins of
anti-Semitism in central Europe, and the execution
of the Holocaust by Nazi Germany. The course
examines not only the ideology of the Nazi leaders,
but the role of the SS, army, police, and ordinary
citizens in perpetrating genocide.


LAH 2020 -
Introduction to Latin
American History
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: H, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Mark Hove, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Benjamin Keen and Keith Haynes,
A History of Latin America, (6th ed.), $49.56;
Alfred W. Crosby, The Columbian Exchange:
Biological and Cultural Consequences of
1492, $26.60; Miguel Barnet, Biography of a
Runaway Slave (1st ed.), $17.27; E.P. Dutton,
Child of the Dark: The Diary of Carolina Maria
de Jesus (1st ed.), $7.45.
An introduction to Latin American civilization, from
the Conquest to the present, emphasizing select
topics in social, political, and cultural history.




HUMANITIES

HUM 2210 -
Western Humanities:
Ancient through
Renaissance
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: None Gen Ed: H, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: G.M. Brown, Ph.D.
Materials: The Norton Anthology of World
Masterpieces (Vol. 1, 7th ed.), $57.33; Eugene
H. Paterson, The Message of the Bible (2002
ed.) $29.00.
This course presents students with the opportunity
to explore our rich cultural heritage though a
timeline study of human creative activity. Students
will gain an understanding of and appreciation for
some of the world's finest achievements in art,
architecture, literature, history, philosophy,
theology and religion from the very beginning of
human civilization up through the European
Renaissance.


IDS 4900 -
Law and Society
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Lonn Lanza-Kaduce, J.D., Ph.D.
Materials: Melvin Belli and Allen P. Wilkinson,
Everybody's Guide to the Law (1st ed.),
$19.03.
This course explores the language of the law, legal
issues, and the citizen's rights and obligations
under the law. Students will learn to prepare
simple legal instruments. They will also learn to
look for and use available legal remedies for
offenses against them.




JOURNALISM

MMC 1000 -
Survey of Mass
Communication
Credits: 2 Lessons: 15
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructors: Jon Roosenraad, Ph.D.
Materials: Warren Agee et al., Introduction to
Mass Communications (12th ed.), $89.00.
Introduction to the various mass communication
media, with special emphasis on their roles and
responsibilities to society and the public.




LATIN LANGUAGE
AND LITERATURE

LAT 1120 -
Beginning Latin I
Credits: 4 Lessons: 32
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P.R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Maurice Balme & James Morwood,
Oxford Latin Course (2nd ed.), $30.60;
pronunciation cassette, $26.60.
A first semester course in Latin, this course
focuses on basic syntax and vocabulary, providing
students with the ability to read and translate
simple sentences based on the work of classical
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LINGUISTICS

LIN 2000 -
Language: Humanities
Perspective
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Kevin M. McCarthy, Ph.D.
Materials: Paul Eschholz et al., Language
Awareness (5th ed.), $20.25.
This course provides a basic introduction to word
formation, sentence structure, basic sound
systems, language acquisition, language varieties,
and the use of language in social interactions.

LIN 2670 -
English Grammar
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Thomas K. Beyette, Ph.D.
Materials: Kevin M. McCarthy, Grammar and
Usage (1st ed.), $19.00.
A course in the basics of traditional English
grammar designed as a complement to our
composition and creative writing courses, as a
review for those students who will take pre-
professional exams, and as a basic course for
students interested in improving their knowledge
of English.

LIN 5741 -
Applied English Grammar
Credits: 3 Lessons: 14
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Roger M. Thompson, Ph.D.
Materials: Marianne Celce-Murcia et al., The
Grammar Book (2nd ed.), $68.00.
English phonology, morphology, syntax, and
semantics, including historical analysis of
irregularities in English and descriptions of dialect
features.


MATHEMATICS

MAC 1105 -
College Algebra
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule:None Institution:FSU
Instructor: Gwendolyn 0. Parker, M.A.
Materials: Margaret L. Lial et al., College
Algebra (8th ed.), $98.67.
Review of algebraic operations, equations, and
inequalities; functions and functional notation;
graphs; inverse functions; linear, quadratic, and
rational functions; absolute value; radicals;
exponential and logarithmic functions; systems of
equations and inequalities; and applications.

MAC 1147 -
Precalculus: Algebra
and Trigonometry
Credits: 4 Lessons: 20
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Ronnie Khuri, M.S.
Materials: Roland E. Larson and Robert P.
Hostetler, Algebra and Trigonometry (4th ed.),
$108.36.
This course covers college algebra, functions,
coordinate geometry, exponential and logarithmic
functions, and trigonometry; it is fast-paced and is
designed as a review of algebra and trigonometry
to prepare the student for calculus. This course
assumes prior knowledge of high school
intermediate algebra.

MGF 1106 -
Math for Liberal Arts I
Credits: 3 Lessons:18
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Donna McCracken, M.A.T.
Materials: David B. Johnson & Thomas A.
Mowry, Mathematics: A Practical Odyssey
(4th ed.), $81.67.
This course is designed for non-science and non-
business majors who need to fulfill their math and
general education requirements. The course


MGF 1107 -
Math for Liberal Arts II
Credits: 3 Lessons: 18
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Donna McCracken, M.A.T.
Materials: Jeffrey 0. Bennett & William L.
Briggs, Using and Understanding Mathe-
matics (2nd ed.), $98.00.
This is a general education course that introduces
students to the the beauty and utility of
mathematics. Topics include financial
management, linear and exponential growth,
mathematics in the arts, and discrete
mathematics.




PHILOSOPHY

PHI 2010 -
Introduction to Philosophy
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: None Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: Marilyn Holly, Ph.D.
Materials: Rene Descartes, Discourse on
Method and Meditations (LaFleur, ed.), $6.60;
Paul Tillich, Love, Power and Justice, $14.60;
Plato, The Republic (G.M.A. Grube, ed.),
$10.60; John Dewey, Reconstruction in
Philosophy, $19.73.
An introduction to philosophy through a time-line
study of various central questions of philosophy as
exemplified in works by Plato (a classical view of
the nature of the ideal state and of the most
excellent type of human being, as well as why we
should be just); Rene Descartes (a rationalist view
of the existence of God, and the criteria of truth
and knowledge); John Dewey (American
pragmatist/empiricist approaching philosophy as
a modem redirection of thought toward the cure of
social ills); Paul Tillich (an existentialist/theological
view of self, self-actualization, and human
relations with each other and with the Ground of
our Being).


includes an introduction to set theory, logic,
number theory, probability, statistics, graphing,
and linear programming.









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PHI 2630 -
Contemporary
Moral Issues
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: None Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: G.M. Brown, Ph.D.
Materials: James E. White, Contemporary Moral
Problems (7th ed.), $64.67; James Rachels,
The Elements of Moral Philosophy (4th ed.),
$26.00; Suzanne Holland et al., The Human
Embryonic Stem Cell Debate (1st ed.), $29.93.
This course is designed to help students reason
more clearly and effectively about moral issues.
The subject matter of the course can be divided
roughly into two parts. First, we want to explore
general issues about morality: What is morality? Is
there a systematic way of understanding our
moral judgments? What principles should we use
to decide difficult moral issues? The second part
of the course consists of an examination of
difficult moral problems such as abortion,
euthanasia, capital punishment, and stem cell
research. Our focus shall be threefold. First, we
want to see how different moral theories may lead
to different conclusions about what the right
response is to these problems. Second, we shall
aim to be as precise as we can about the
arguments supporting those conclusions. Third,
we want critically evaluate these arguments-that
is, we want to determine whether they are good
arguments or bad arguments.

PHI 3700 -
Philosophy of Religion
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: None Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: 6000 Institution: UF
Instructor: G.M. Brown, Ph.D.
Materials: Louis P. Pojman, Philosophy of
Religion (4th ed.), $60.33.
This is an introductory survey course designed to
familiarize students with the central issues in
philosophy of religion, and to encourage students
to reflect on these issues in relation to their own
faith. Questions considered include the following:
Is the existence of God demonstrable through
human reason? What is the role of reason in
religious belief? Why would a supremely perfect
God allow pain and suffering? Are there miracles?
What are we to make of religious experience? Is
God's omniscience compatible with human free
will? Can God sin?


PHI 4930 -
The Tao of Star Trek
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: G.M. Brown, Ph.D.
Materials: Daniel Kolak, Questioning Matters:
An Introduction to Philosophical Inquiry (1st
ed.), $66.77; Stephen Jay Gould, The Panda's
Thumb: More Reflections in Natural History
(2nd ed.), $21.27; Plato, The Republic (G.M.A.
Grube, trans.), $10.60; Friedrich Nietzsche,
Beyond Good and Evil (Helen Zimmern,
trans.), $13.33.
This course examines a number of traditional
philosophical issues through the medium of
science fiction. Episodes of Star Trek: The Original
Series and Star Trek: The Next Generation are used
to introduce some of the classical philosophical
puzzles. For example, ought we to follow the Prime
Directive in real life? How do we know we are not
currently trapped in The Matrix? What ought we to
say about the bizarre transporter accidents in
which two individuals are fused into a single
person? Philosophers covered include Plato,
Anselm, Aquinas, Descartes, Locke, Berkeley,
Hume, Mill, Kant, and Nietzsche.




POLITICAL SCIENCE

PAD 3003 -
Public Administration
in American Society
Credits: 3 Lessons: 11
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: James S. Bowman, Ph.D.
Materials: Robert B. Denhardt, Public
Administration: An Action Orientation, (3rd
ed.), $85.33.
A general introductory course in public
administration, this course introduces students to
the role of bureaucracies in modern society and
the formulation and implementation of public
policy. This course provides students with an
understanding of management of large-scale
government bureaucracies, including organ-
ization, career systems, and financing.


POS 2112 -
American State
and Local Government
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: William Radunovich, Ph.D.
Materials: David C. Saffell and Harry
Basehart, State and Local Government:
Politics and Public Policies (6th ed.), $42.67.
This course examines state constitutions, political
parties, and politics; state legislatures, courts,
and chief executives; the functions of state
governments; and city and county government.




PSYCHOLOGY

DEP 2004 -
Developmental
Psychology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 14
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: Shanker Menon, Ph.D.
Materials: James W. Vander Zanden, Human
Development (7th ed.), $88.00.
This course surveys the major areas of
developmental psychology, focusing on the effects
of genetic, psychological, maturational, and social
factors on behavior throughout the life cycle.

INP 4004 -
Industrial Psychology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 17
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: Shanker Menon, Ph.D.
Materials: Edward Levine, Everything You
Always Wanted to KnowAboutJobAnalysis (1st
ed.), $16.00; Paul E. Spector, Industrial and
Organizational Psychology (1st ed.), $67.00.
A survey of industrial psychology, this course
examines the applications of psychological
principles to industry. Topics include selection,
training, motivation, job satisfaction, supervision,
and decision-making.


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PSY 2013 -
General Psychology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 16
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: Shanker Menon, Ph.D.
Materials: Charles G. Morris, Psychology: An
Introduction (9th ed.), $73.00; Joyce Bishop,
Study Guide for Psychology: An Introduction
(9th ed.), $21.00.
As an introductory survey in psychology, this
course exposes students to the basic principles,
theories, and methods of contemporary psychology.

SOP 4004 -
Social Psychology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: Shanker Menon, Ph.D.
Materials: Elliot Aronson et al., Social
Psychology, $72.00.
A survey of social psychology, this course exposes
students to the methods, empirical findings, and
theoretical interpretations of human social behavior.




PUBLIC
RELATIONS

PUR 3000 -
Principles of
Public Relations
Credits: 3 Lessons: 0
Exams: 5 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Kurt Wise, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: D. L. Wilcox et al., Public Relations:
Strategies and Tactics (6th ed.), $106.00.
This course covers the nature and role of public
relations in a democratic society and worldwide,
activities of public relations professionals, major
influences that affect organizational behavior, and
the ethics and professional development of
practitioners in the private and public sectors.
Emphasis is placed on management functions and
on developing effective public relations strategies.


RELIGION

REL 2121 -
American Religious
History
Credits: 3 Lessons: 19
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Susan Lee Lewis, Ph.D.
Materials: Catherine L. Albanese, America:
Religions and Religion (3rd ed.), $65.00;
David G. Hackett, Religion and the American
Culture: A Reader, $43.93.
A survey of religion in America, this course
introduces students to the scope and nature of
religious movements and institutions in the United
States.

REL 2210 -
Hebrew Scriptures
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: H
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Susan Lee Lewis, Ph.D.
Materials: Lawrence Boadt, Reading the Old
Testament: An Introduction (1st ed.), $19.93;
The New Oxford Annotated Bible with the
Apocrypha (Expanded Edition, Revised
Standard Version), $53.32.
A survey of the Hebrew Scriptures, this course
focuses on the history, literature, and beliefs of the
Israelites from the Old Testament. Biblical texts are
studied in the light of modern scholarship.




ROMANCE
LANGUAGES

SPN 1120 -
Beginning Spanish I
Credits: 4 Lessons: 26
Exams: 4 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P. R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Bill Van Patten et al., Destinos: An
Introduction to Spanish (1st ed.), $41.67; Bill
Van Patten et al., Destinos: Introduction to
Spanish Workbook: Lessons 1-26, $38.67.
This course focuses on the development of basic
skills in listening and reading comprehension,
speaking, and writing of Spanish. The course is not
open to native or near-native speakers of Spanish.
This course must be taken in conjunction with
SPN 1120L.


SPN 1120L -
Beginning Spanish I
Laboratory
Credits: 1 Lessons: 0
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P. R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Audio tapes to accompany Bill Van
Patten et al., Destinos, Lessons 1-26, $70.00.
This laboratory is designed to offer additional
practice using various instructional technologies
and media. Concurrent enrollment in SPN 1120
(Beginning Spanish I) is required, and, if SPN 1120
is dropped, then this lab must be dropped
simultaneously. This course is not open to native
or near-native speakers of Spanish.

SPN 1121 -
Beginning Spanish II
Credits: 4 Lessons: 26
Exams: 4 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P. R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Bill Van Patten et al., Destinos: An
Introduction to Spanish, $85.67; Bill Van
Patten et al., Destinos: Introduction to Spanish
Workbook: Lessons 27-52, $41.67.
This course focuses on the continued
development of basic skills in listening and
reading comprehension, speaking, and writing of
Spanish. This course is not open to native or near-
native speakers of Spanish. This course must be
taken in conjunction with SPN 1121L.

SPN 1121L -
Beginning Spanish II
Laboratory
Credits: 1 Lessons: 0
Exams: None Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P. R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Audio tapes to accompany Bill Van
Patten et al., Destinos: Lessons 27-52,
$70.00.
This laboratory is designed to offer additional
practice using various instructional technologies
and media. Concurrent enrollment with SPN 1121
(Beginning Spanish II) is required, and, if SPN
1121 is dropped, then this lab must be dropped
simultaneously. The course is not open to native or
near-native speakers of Spanish.


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SPN 2200 -
Intermediate Spanish I
Credits: 3 Lessons: 20
Exams: 4 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: P. R. Monreal, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Cynthia B. Medina, Nuevos
Destinos (1st ed.), $78.00; Cynthia B. Medina,
Student Manual for Nuevos Destinos, $36.33;
Annenberg; Cynthia B. Medina, Audio
Cassettes to Accompany Nuevos Destinos,
$40.67
This course focuses on developing intermediate
skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening to
Spanish. The primary goals are to build
communicative competence and to enhance
social and cultural awareness of the Spanish-
speaking world. This course requires special
accommodations (two tape recorders) for the oral
component of the final exam.




SOCIOLOGY

SYG 2000 -
Principles of Sociology
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 1 Gen Ed: S
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructor: Anthony La Greca, Ph.D.
Materials: John J. Macionis, Sociology (5th
ed.), $80.00.
This course introduces students to the discipline of
sociology through an examination of culture,
socialization, deviance, bureaucracy, population,
urbanization, social stratification, and minorities.

SYG 2430 -
Marriage and Family
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: S, I
Gordon Rule: None Institution: UF
Instructors: Kristin Joos, Ph.D. Candidate
Materials: Mary Ann Schwartz and Barbara
Scott, Marriages and Families: Diversity and
Change, (3rd ed.), $65.33;
A survey in sociology, this course focuses on the
institutions of marriage and family. Study is made
of the development of masculine and feminine
roles, as well as recent changes in premarital
interaction including dating, sexual involvement,
coed dorm living, and co-habitation


STATISTICS

STA 2023 -
Introduction to Statistics
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 3 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: G. Douglas Lunsford, Ph.D.
Candidate
Materials: D.M. Levine et al., Statistics for
Managers Using Microsoft Excel (2nd ed.),
$97.33.
This course is an introduction to descriptive data
analysis, probability, statistical distributions,
confidence intervals, testing of hypotheses,
regression, and correlation. Topics are selected
to emphasize applications in a business
environment.

STA 2122 -
Social Science Statistics
Credits: 3 Lessons: 15
Exams: 4 Gen Ed: M
Gordon Rule: None Institution: USF
Instructor: G. Douglas Lunsford, Ph.D.
Candidate
Materials: George M. Diekhoff, Basic Statistics
for the Social and Behavioral Sciences (1st
ed.), $69.00.
An introduction to probability, statistical
distributions, inference, testing of hypotheses,
regression, and correlation. Topics are selected
to emphasize applications in the health and
social sciences.


TEXTILES &
CONSUMER
SCIENCES

CTE 1401 -
Introductory
Textile Science
Credits: 3 Lessons: 12
Exams: 2 Gen Ed: None
Gordon Rule: None Institution: FSU
Instructor: Kay S. Grise, Ph.D.
Materials: Billie J. Collier & Phyllis G. Tortora,
Understanding Textiles (6th ed.), $92.00;
Basic Sample Fabric Kit, $35.00.
This course introduces students to the physical
and chemical aspects of fibers, yarns, fabrics,
finishes, and textile coloration and examines the
interrelationships between textile characteristics,
properties, and end-use requirements.


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Print-Based Distance Learning Index


ADV 3000 Elements of Advertising ....................................... ... 11
AFS 2002 The African Experience ....................................... ... 11
AMH 2010 United States to 1877 ....................................................17
AMH 2020 United States Since 1877 .................................... .. 17
AML 2070 Survey of American Literature ........................................14
AML 3124 American Fiction: 1900 to WWII......................................14
ANT 2410 Cultural Anthropology ......................................... ... 11
ANT 3514 Introduction to Biological Anthropology ..........................11
ARH 2000 Art Appreciation .......................... ........................ 11
AST 1002 Discovering the Universe ...................................... .. 11
CCJ 2020 Introduction to Criminal Justice ......................................12
CCJ 3011 Criminology ................................ .. .....................12
CCJ 3101 Law Enforcement ...................................................12
CCJ 3200 The Courts.......................... .. ......................... .... 12
CCJ 3301 Corrections ........................ ........ .....................12
CCJ 3664 Victimology ....................... ..............................13
CHD 3220 Child Growth and Development ......................................13
CRW 1101 Beginning Fiction Writing...................................... .. 14
CRW 1301 Beginning Poetry Writing ...................................... .. 14
CTE 1401 Introductory Textile Science............................................ 21
DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology ............................................19
ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics ........................................13
ECO 2023 Principles of Microeconomics ........................................13
EDF 3210 Educational Psychology....................................... ... 13
EDF 3604 Social Foundations of Education ....................................13
EDF 4430 Measurement and Evaluation in Education ....................13
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations ........................................13
ENC 1101 Expository and Argumentative Writing ............................14
ENC 1102 Writing About Literature....................................... ... 14
ENC 1145 Topics for Composition...............................................14
ENC 2210 Technical Writing ........................ ........................14
ENC 3250 Professional Communication ..........................................15
ENC 3310 Advanced Exposition ............................................ ........... 15
ENL 2012 Survey of English Literature: Medieval to 1750 ...............15
ENL 2022 Survey of English Literature: 1750 to Present ..................15
ENL 3122 The English Novel: 19th Century ....................................15
ENL 3132 The English Novel: 20th Century ....................................15
EUH 2033 History of the Holocaust..........................................17
GEA 3271 The Face of Florida ........................................... ............ 16
GEB 2011 Introduction to Business ................................................ 12
GEO 2201 Physical Landscapes ...............................................16
GEO 2500 Global and Regional Economies ......................................16
GEO 3370 Conservation of Resources ............................................16
GER 1120 Beginning German I................................................16
GLY 1000 Exploring the Geological Sciences ..................................16
GLY 201 OC- Physical Geology ........................ ..........................16


HSC 2100 Contemporary Health Science ........................................ 16
HUM 2210 Western Humanities: Ancient through Renaissance ..........17
HUN 2201 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition ..................................16
IDS 4900 Law and Society ...................... ..........................17
INP 4004 Industrial Psychology....................................................... 19
LAH 2020 Introduction to Latin American History ............................17
LAT 1120 Beginning Latin I ........................ ........................17
LIN 2000 Language: Humanities Perspective ................................18
LIN 2670 English Grammar............................................... .........18
*LIN 5741 Applied English Grammar ................................................18
MAC 1105 College Algebra .......................... ...........................18
MAC 1147 Precalculus: Algebra and Trigonometry ..........................18
MAN 3025 Principles of Management.............................................. 12
MAN 3600 Multi-national Business Operations ..................................12
MAR 3023 Basic Marketing Concepts .............................................. 12
MGF 1106 Math for Liberal Arts I ...................................................18
MGF 1107 Math for Liberal Arts II ......................................... ... 18
MMC 1000- Survey of Mass Communication ....................................17
PAD 3003 Public Administration in American Society.......................19
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy .............................................. 18
PHI 2630 Contemporary Moral Issues............................................ 19
PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion ....................................................19
PHI 4930 The Tao of Star Trek.................... ..........................19
POS 2112 American State and Local Government...........................19
PSY 2013 General Psychology ............................................20
PUR 3000 Principles of Public Relations............................... ...20
REL 2121 American Religious History ............................................ 20
REL 2210 Hebrew Scriptures......................... .....................20
SOP 4004 Social Psychology ........................ ......................20
SPN 1120 Beginning Spanish I......................................................20
SPN 1120L- Beginning Spanish I Lab ...................................... .. 20
SPN 1121 Beginning Spanish II ........................................... ... 20
SPN 1121L- Beginning Spanish II Lab ...................................... .. 20
SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish I.....................................................21
STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics ................................................ 21
STA 2122 Social Science Statistics ................................................ 21
SYG 2000 Principles of Sociology.............................. .............. 21
SYG 2430 Marriage and Family .....................................................21
TSL 3370 Introduction to Teaching English
as a Second Language ....................................... ... 15
*TSL 6371 Materials and Techniques for TESL I ..............................15






*Indicates graduate level course.


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Please type or print and complete both sides.

Print-Based College Credit Course Enrollment Form


1. NAME AND SSN


U.S. Social Security Number


Last Name Jr., III, etc.

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Tuition In-State Out-of-State

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ilf you are a degree seeking student, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOW-
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ithe Academic Advisement Center or your department chairperson prior to
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IThis is the responsibility of the student.



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A tuition refund will be granted by written request to withdraw from
the course within 30 days of enrollment. Your refund will be computed
at the rate of tuition, less $25.00 per course and $5.00 per written
assignment submitted for grading. Allow 4-6 weeks for refund checks.
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Sales Tax Chart
For FLORIDA residents only.
Calculate sales tax on text
books only. Use 6% for all
counties not listed below:
Alachua......................6%
Baker ........................7%
Bay.......... ... ....6.5".
Braolora ............ .7",
Calhoun......................7%
Charlotte ....................7%
Clay............................7%
Columbia....................7%
Dade .....................6.5%
De Soto ............... .7",
Dixie .......................... 7
Duval ......................6.5%
Escambia ................7.5%
Flagler.........................7%
Gadsden ....................7%
Gilchrist......................7%
Glades ........................7%
Gulf ........................6.5%
Hamilton ....................7%
Hardee ......................7%
Hendry .................. 7%
Hernando ... ..... .. 6 5",
Highlands .................. 7%
Hillsborough ............6.75%
Holmes ......................7%
Indian River..................7%
Jackson ..................7.5%
Jefferson .................... 7
Lafayette ...................7'.
Lake ...................... ....
Leon ...................... 7%
Levy ..........................7%
Liberty........................7%
Madison ....................7
M artin ........................ 7o..
Miami-Dade ..............6.5%
Monroe.................7.5%
Nassau ......................7%
Okeechobee ................7%
Osceola .................7%
Pinellas ......................7%
Santa Rosa ................6.5%
Sarasota ...................7%
Seminole....................7%
St. Lucie..................6.5%
Sumter ......................7%
Suwannee ..................7%
Taylor ........................7%
Union..........................7%
Wakulla ......................7%
Walton ........................7%
Washington ..................7%


I certify that the information given in this application is complete and accurate, and I understand that to make false or fraudulent statements within this application or
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Print-Based Professional Development Courses


Dietary Management Training:
The Dietary Manager Training course from the University of Florida
Division of Continuing Education is designed to train employees in all
areas of foodservice operations and nutrition care. This course is joined
by Nutrition for the Older Adult and Safety, Sanitation and Security
courses which satisfy the continuing education needs of foodservice
professionals.


Water Management:
Teaches skills and knowledge needed for operation, maintenance,
and supervision of water and wastewater treatment plants.


Insurance Pre-licensing:
The University of Florida Division of Continuing Education offers pre-
licensing courses in life, health, variable, annuity, property, liability, and
bail and bond insurance. The courses satisfy the educational
requirements of a general lines agent, life and health agent, a health only
agent or life only agent. These courses are intended for pre-licensing use
only and do not qualify as continuing education hours for insurance. All
insurance courses are reviewed annually and approved by the
Department of Insurance to reflect current legislation. To assure the study
of current materials, students must complete required coursework within
a year of enrollment.


Legal Assistant Certificate:
This course prepares you to become knowledgeable in the field of
legal assisting. It emphasizes developing the legal competence and high
ethical standards that are essential for a career as a legal assistant.


High School:
High school courses are produced in cooperation with the P.K. Yonge
Laboratory School of the University of Florida. Each course is designed to
be the equivalent of its classroom counterpart.
All of the high school courses satisfy the requirements outlined by
the Curriculum Frameworks, which specifies the legal standards for
Florida's public education. Each course reflects the recommended
competencies and performance standards set down by the Florida
Department of Education.

English
Health
Mathematics
Peer Counseling
Science











These courses are non-college credit bearing. Specific information
regarding each of the following programs is located on our web site
at http://www.distancelearning.ufl.edu.


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Web-Based


Distance Learning


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Web-Based College Credit Courses


BMS 3023 Tobacco 101
The course focuses on understanding the brain mechanisms of addiction
for tobacco, medical consequences of smoking and effective smoking
cessation treatments. Understanding current anti-tobacco state, federal
and grass roots efforts for smoking prevention. Epidemiology and Health
Issues of Tobacco Addiction (Tobacco 101) is an asynchronous web-
based distance learning course. It includes streaming media didactic
sessions, projects and assignments, online quizzes and learning aids.
This course is intended for pre-professional students with an interest in
the health professions, education, and/or psychology/social work.

For specific course information, please visit the following web address:
http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/-dcme/3023/


BMS 4029 Neurobiology of Addiction
Neurobiology of Addiction is an introductory, web-based, distance
learning course taught out of the University of Florida Brain Institute. It is
designed for all undergraduate students of any major or science
background. The class is an asynchronous webcast that will allow
students to access lectures 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The
course will cover all the major drugs of abuse. Each lecture will focus on
the history, effects, and epidemiology of the topic of addiction. All
registered students will receive 4000 level credit and 3 general education
biology credits from the University of Florida upon successful completion
of the course. Currently, 2000 word Gordon Rule application in progress.

For specific course details, please visit the following web address:
http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/-dcme/4029/


HSC 2100 Personal and Family Health
Personal and Family Health is a three credit hours undergraduate course
that explores health behaviors, health promotion, and wellness concepts.
This course studies and analyzes specific lifestyle factors and their
relationships to well-being, consumer issues, and disease. The course
identifies and explores infectious and non-infectious diseases in
relationship to risk factors, populations at risk, and the potential for health
promotion. The course emphasizes primary prevention and the
theoretical and psychosocial determinants of health attitudes and
behavior. The course is delivered via the Internet and a CD-ROM. In
addition, the course will have a heavy supplemental use of the Internet,
e-mail, and voicemail.

For specific information about this course, visit the following web
address: http://www.hhp.ufl.edu/personalandfamilyhealth/


MEL 5011 Introduction to Professions
of Medicine
Introduction to the Profession of Medicine provides students with an
insider's view of what it is like to be a medical student, medical resident,
and practicing physician. Medical students describe the rigors of the first
two years and the rewards of the two clinical years of medical school.
Resident physicians explain their career decision and how they are
trained. Physicians from the faculty and community give of their practice,
specialty, and lifestyle. The history of medical education in the US is
surveyed, current challenges facing providers, and predictions of the
future are made.

For details visit the following web address:
http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/-dcme/5005/






















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Web-Based Professional Development Courses



We offer one year unlimited online access
to libraries of courses in the following areas:



Business and Management
Displays the Business and Management Skills library including Managing
Projects, Effective Meetings, Negotiating for Win-Win Results and more...


Cisco
Displays the Cisco library including ICND and more...


Computer Professional
Displays the Computer Professional library including Windows 2000,
Windows NT, Network+, LINUX and more...


E-Business
Displays the E-Business library including marketing, database integration,
security, design strategy and more...


Office Productivity
Displays the Office Productivity (English only) library including Microsoft
Office, Microsoft Windows, Lotus Smart Suite, Front Page and more...


Project Management
Displays the Project Management library including the importance of
scoping projects for your team, anticipating risks and keeping your
project schedule on track and more...


Workplace Safety
Displays the Workplace Safety library including disease and wellness,
fire safety, harassment, drugs, work place hazards and a wide range
of prevention and safety management techniques and more...



Note: All courses offered here are strictly non-credit. The courses are
designed to teach real world skills and have no relation or similarity to
"college" type courses. No grades will be assigned and no proficiency
is guaranteed by the completion of these courses.


For more information please visit our web site
www.doce-online.ufl.edu


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Specialized Degree Programs


FIRE AND
EMERGENCY
SERVICES


Major: Fire and Emergency Services
Degree Awarded: B.S.F.E.S. Minor: No
Total Credits Required: 120
The Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Services is designed to
build on the student's experience in fire service and to add the academic
substance to prepare graduates to lead public or private sector fire and
emergency service units. Students may apply to the university at the
junior year after earning an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida
community college or other accredited academic institution.

Students will need access to a personal computer capable of connecting
to the World Wide Web and sending and receiving electronic mail. It is
recommended but not required that the student's computer have a video
conferencing capability.

Visit 101 Fine Arts Building C or our website at www.bcn.ufl.edu, write to
P.O. Box 115703, UF, Gainesville, FL 32611-5703, or e-mail raymond-
issa@ufl.edu.


BSBA
The program's Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration
(BSBA) features a major in general business through 15 four-credit
courses that cover topics in management, marketing, finance,
economics, retailing and business law. Students will access courses via
the Internet through streaming video and audio. The program will connect
students with an outstanding faculty who have helped to rank our
business education 23rd in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
Tuition for courses in the Online Business Program is $95 per credit hour,
regardless of state residency. Students can set their own academic pace;
however, the program can be completed in as little as two years.

You can visit www.cba.ufl.edu/onlinebsba for further information about
our online business degree, the curriculum, admission requirements, as
well as an online course demonstration. From this website, you can also
access an online transfer application.

For more information, please contact:
Jill Lingard, Associate Director for Online Programs
Warrington College of Business, University of Florida
PO Box 117160 /100 Stuzin Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-7160
Phone: (352) 392 0165
Fax: (352) 846 0186
E-mail: online.business.degree@ufl.edu
Web: www.cba.ufl.edu/onlinebsba/


COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING

The College of Engineering offers the following academic programs via
distance learning technology:


Master's Degree Programs
Qualified engineers who are interested in obtaining a graduate degree
from the University of Florida via distance learning should review the
graduate degree programs offered by the below institutions. Then contact
the Graduate Coordinator and Graduate Secretary in the department of
interest for academic advisement and to initiate the graduate application
process. Degree seeking students must meet the same academic
admission and performance standards as their on-campus counterparts.

Aerospace Engineering, Mechanics & Engineering Science
http://www.aero.ufl.edu
Biomedical Engineering
http://www.bme.ufl.edu
Computer & Information Science & Engineering
http://www.cise.ufl.edu
Electrical & Computer Engineering
http://www.ece.ufl.edu
Materials Science & Engineering
http://www.mse.ufl.edu
Mechanical Engineering
http://www.me.ufl.edu


Credit-based Certificate Programs
The College of Engineering certificate programs are designed to
recognize the completion of courses of study that meet the specific needs
of practicing engineers. Qualified engineers who are interested in
obtaining a certificate of completion in one of the following areas, should
contact the certificate program Faculty Advisor listed below.

Certificate in Biomedical Engineering
Anthony Brennan Ph.D.
Certificate in Environmental Policy and Management
Warren Viessman P.E.
Certificate in Materials Science and Engineering
John Mecholsky Ph.D.


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Individual Engineering Credit Courses
Individual engineering credit courses are offered in a wide array of
engineering disciplines for the benefit of practicing engineers who wish
to upgrade their basic engineering skills, remain abreast of emerging
technology, and acquire new engineering skills in related engineering
areas. In addition to the departments offering graduate courses in support
of their Master's degree program, the following departments offer
individual courses: Environmental Engineering Sciences; Industrial &
Systems Engineering; and Nuclear & Radiological Engineering.

The list of engineering credit courses currently being offered can be
accessed at:
http://oeep.eng.ufl.edu/courses
http://oeep.eng.ufl.edu/


FORENSIC
TOXICOLOGY
The University of Florida, in collaboration with the National Forensic
Science Technology Center, has designed its online distance learning
programs in Forensic Toxicology to meet the needs of today's working
professionals. Each online program is open to appropriately qualified
local, national, and international students, and is structured to provide the
student with a strong working background in analytical techniques,
pharmaco-kinetics, drug elimination and toxicology.

The program is novel in featuring modules in forensic pharmacology,
doping control, postmortem toxicology, and expert testimony and QA/QC
procedures. These courses, which can be taken individually, as well as in
fulfillment of a certificate or MS qualification, may be of particular interest
to law enforcement agents, military personnel, pharmaceutical
industrialists, clinical chemists, medical personnel, and students wishing
to enter the field of forensic toxicology.

For further information about the online Forensic Toxicology program,
contact the Program Coordinator, Chris Newsom via e-mail at
cnewsom@doce.ufl.edu or by phone at (352) 392-1711 ext. 218.
http://www.forensictox.ufl.edu/default.asp


MASTER OF
INTERNATIONAL
CONSTRUCTION
MANAGEMENT
The Master of International Construction Management (M.I.C.M.) is a
nonthesis, distance learning, advanced degree program with a research
report/project requirement offered through the Rinker School of Building
Construction. The M.I.C.M. is designed to allow students with a computer
and Internet access to attend classes at any time, any place and interact
with faculty and classmates via such technology as e-mail, CD-ROM,


streaming video, synchronous group discussion software, asynchronous
class presentation software, and multimedia courseware. The program
incorporates leading-edge interactive technology and proctored course
final examinations.

For more information, please visit our Web site at
http://www.bcn.ufl.edu/pde/MICM-html/ or e-mail
raymond-issa@ufl.edu.


OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPY
The University of Florida Distance Learning Master's Program in
Occupational Therapy provides the working therapist with advanced
education delivered in a convenient Internet format. In designing this new
distance master's program, we have drawn upon the University of Florida
Department of Occupational Therapy's thirty years of experience in
offering advanced master's education, identified a curriculum that is
relevant to career advancement in today's health care environment,
looked at the needs of the busy professional and captured the techno-
logical methods to deliver graduate education at a distance. 36 credits


Non-Thesis Program
Six semesters at one 6 credit course per semester for a total of six courses.
Each semester is 15-16 weeks. Total length of the program is 24 months.

For more information, please contact Christine Teeters at 352-846-1024
or e-mail her at cteeters@hp.ufl.edu.
http://www.hp.ufl.edu/to/distance_learning/


DOCTOR OF
AUDIOLOGY (Au.D.)
The University of Florida's Au.D. Degree program combines the
professional experience of the College of Health Professions with the
academic excellence of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The goal
of the University of Florida's distance learning Au.D. program is to provide
an opportunity for working professionals to enhance their clinical skills
and knowledge.

The Working Professional Au.D. Degree is a flexible program designed to
provide working professional audiologists with the complex and diverse
skills necessary to meet the challenges of the dynamic healthcare
marketplace. The nine-course program is designed for audiologists who
have either ASHA certification or state licensure and 3 years of post-
master's clinical audiology experience.

For more information, please contact the Program Director at (352) 392-
3253 or visit our web site at http://www.intelicus.com/aud/default.htm.


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WORKING
PROFESSIONAL
DOCTOR OF
PHARMACY DEGREE
PROGRAM
The University of Florida Working Professional Doctor of Pharmacy
Degree Program has been specifically designed to meet the needs of
today's working professional. The program is comprised of nine
semesters of study covering body system disorders. The program utilizes
a combination of group interaction, video lecture presentations, Internet-
based content and communication, and competency-based evaluations.
Each semester consists of three full days of group interaction, videotaped
faculty lectures viewed by the student, competency-based clinical
practice assessments, course material accessible through the Internet,
and communication to faculty, professors, and fellow study group
members via e-mail. This format allows students to maximize their time
and energies spent in attaining their Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

For more information, please contact Sven A. Normann, Pharm.D. at
(813) 835-9090 or via e-mail: normann@cop.ufl.edu
http://www.intelicus.com/pharmd/


MASTER OF
AGRICULTURE
DEGREE


Master of Agriculture Degree
The University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life Sciences offers
an innovative approach to graduate-level education: A Master of
Agriculture (MAG) via distance learning. This non-thesis graduate
program has been designed for professionals in extension, agricultural
education, agribusiness, and other related fields where a master's
degree or additional education is desirable. Courses in this program are
delivered via the Web, the statewide interactive video-conferencing
network, and videotapes.

Students enrolled in the MAG program may complete either the
Agribusiness Management or Agricultural Education and Communication
program. The degree requires 32 credit hours of graduate-level courses.
A program of study must be approved by the student's supervisory
committee.
For more information on this program, contact:
Distance Learning Coordinator
P.O. Box 110270
Gainesville, FL 32611-4000
Phone (352) 392-1963
E-mail: ufcals@mail.ifas.ufl.edu
http://www.cals.ufl.edu/Off-Campus/DistanceEducation.htm


INTERNET MASTER
OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMS

The Internet Master of Business Administration degree is designed to give
students (1) the conceptual knowledge for understanding the functions
and behaviors common to all organizations and (2) the analytical,
problem-solving, and decision-making skills essential for effective
management. The emphasis is on developing the student's capacities
and skills for business decision making. The curriculum is structured so
that students may extend their knowledge in a specialized field.


Internet M.B.A. Two-Year Option
This 27-month program begins in January and is designed to allow
students with a computer and Internet access to "attend" classes and
interact with faculty and classmates via such technology as e-mail, CD-
ROM, streaming video, synchronous group discussion software,
asynchronous class presentation software, and multimedia courseware.
Students visit campus one weekend (Saturday-Sunday) every four
months. Two years of post-undergraduate work experience is required.


Internet M.B.A. One-Year Option
Designed for students with acceptable undergraduate degrees in
business (completed within seven years prior to the start of this program),
this 15-month option begins in January and provides students and faculty
with the same interactive technology as the Internet M.B.A. two-year
option. Students visit campus one weekend (Saturday-Sunday) every four
months. The first meeting includes a one-week, on-campus foundations
review of basic course work. Two years of post-undergraduate work
experience is required.

For more specific information on other aspects of the program,
contact the Director of Admissions, Florida M.B.A. Program, 134 Bryan
Hall, P.O. Box 117152, Gainesville, FL 32611-7152, or the website,
http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu.


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In the coming months the office of Distance, Continuing, and Executive Education will be expanding online services for print-based

distance learning students.


When registering for print-based distance learning courses be sure to provide an e-mail password and address that you check regularly.

These identifiers will allow you access to your academic files. You will be able to view dates that assignments have been received and

grades posted, as well as request an examination.


If you have registered online for a print-based course, then you have probably already provided our office with an e-mail and password.

However, if we do not have an e-mail address and password for you, then please call, visit, or write our office so that we can update

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Once students have logged on, this is the first page they visit. They will be

presented with an overview of current and past courses.


3. Assignments

Students can view the status of submitted assignments and check their academic

progress from this page.


4. Exams

Students can request exams online and check the status of submitted exams.


5. Study Guide

Students will be able to download and print copies of their study guide.


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Contact/Ask UF
www.ufl.edu/suggest.htm
* general information about the University of Florida



Florida Campus Direct
www.fcd.ufl.edu
* distance education program and course listing



UF Home Page
www.ufl.edu
* lists colleges, schools, units and offices
* student information
* about our campus


Office of the University Registrar and
the Office of Admissions Home Page
www.reg.ufl.edu
* admissions and online applications to UF
* critical dates
* financial aid


Academic Advisement Center
www.advising.ufl.edu
* academic advisement for UF students


Office of Distance, Continuing and
Executive Education
www.dce.ufl.edu
* link to the Division of Continuing Education
* print-based distance education home





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