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University of Tennessee, Knoxville    
 
    
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


General Education Designations

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 17-18 Academic Disciplines Chart  

 

(CHEM) Chemistry (235)

   •  CHEM 420 - Selected Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 430 - In-depth Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 449 - Advanced Synthesis Laboratory
   •  CHEM 459 - Advanced Measurement and Spectroscopy Laboratory
   •  CHEM 470 - In-depth Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 479 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory I
   •  CHEM 490 - Introductory Polymer Chemistry

(CHIN) Chinese (249)

   •  CHIN 131 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHIN 132 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHIN 231 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHIN 232 - Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHIN 331 - Advanced Chinese I
   •  CHIN 332 - Advanced Chinese II
   •  CHIN 431 - Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  CHIN 432 - Advanced Reading and Composition
   •  CHIN 471 - Introduction to Chinese Linguistics
   •  CHIN 490 - Chinese Internship
   •  CHIN 491 - Chinese Foreign Study
   •  CHIN 493 - Independent Study

(CLAS) Classics (257)

   •  CLAS 111 - Beginning Latin
   •  CLAS 112 - Beginning Latin
   •  CLAS 121 - Beginning Greek
   •  CLAS 122 - Beginning Greek
   •  CLAS 150 - Latin Transition
   •  CLAS 201 - Introduction to Classical Civilization
   •  CLAS 221 - Early Greek Mythology
   •  CLAS 222 - Classical Greek and Roman Mythology
   •  CLAS 232 - Archaeology and Art of Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  CLAS 251 - Intermediate Latin I
   •  CLAS 252 - Intermediate Latin II
   •  CLAS 253 - Greek and Roman Literature in English Translation
   •  CLAS 254 - Greek and Roman Epic in English Translation
   •  CLAS 255 - Greek and Roman Drama in English Translation
   •  CLAS 261 - Intermediate Greek: Grammar Review and Readings
   •  CLAS 264 - Intermediate Greek: Epic Poetry
   •  CLAS 273 - Medical Terminology
   •  CLAS 302 - History of Greece I
   •  CLAS 304 - History of the Early Roman Empire
   •  CLAS 305 - History of the Late Roman Empire
   •  CLAS 306 - History of Greece II
   •  CLAS 309 - History of the Roman Republic
   •  CLAS 340 - Greek and Roman Athletics
   •  CLAS 345 - Greek and Roman Religion
   •  CLAS 351 - Cicero and Sallust
   •  CLAS 352 - Roman Lyric Poetry
   •  CLAS 362 - Roman Law
   •  CLAS 381 - Greek Civilization
   •  CLAS 382 - Roman Civilization
   •  CLAS 384 - Gender and Sexuality in Greece and Rome
   •  CLAS 401 - Greek Poetry
   •  CLAS 402 - Greek Prose
   •  CLAS 405 - Selected Readings from Greek Literature
   •  CLAS 406 - Selected Readings from Greek Literature
   •  CLAS 414 - Cicero and Techniques of Latin Prose Composition
   •  CLAS 431 - Selected Readings from Latin Literature
   •  CLAS 432 - Selected Readings from Latin Literature
   •  CLAS 435 - Medieval Latin
   •  CLAS 436 - Cities and Sanctuaries of the Greek and Roman World
   •  CLAS 439 - Pompeii
   •  CLAS 441 - Special Topics in Classical Civilization
   •  CLAS 442 - Archaeology of the Prehistoric Aegean
   •  CLAS 443 - Archaeology and Art of Ancient Greece
   •  CLAS 444 - Archaeology and Art of Ancient Italy and Rome
   •  CLAS 445 - Ancient and Medieval Seafaring
   •  CLAS 461 - Special Topics in Classical Archaeology
   •  CLAS 471 - Special Topics in Medieval Latin Literature
   •  CLAS 472 - Latin Paleography and Book Culture in the Middle Ages I
   •  CLAS 473 - Latin Paleography and Book Culture in the Middle Ages II
   •  CLAS 491 - Foreign Study
   •  CLAS 492 - Off-Campus Study
   •  CLAS 493 - Independent Study
   •  CLAS 498 - Honors Thesis

(CMST) Communication Studies (250)

   •  CMST 201 - Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  CMST 207 - Honors: Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  CMST 210 - Public Speaking
   •  CMST 217 - Honors: Public Speaking
   •  CMST 240 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  CMST 247 - Honors: Business and Professional Communication
   •  CMST 250 - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  CMST 312 - Survey of Interpersonal Communication
   •  CMST 342 - Survey of Organizational Communication
   •  CMST 352 - Communication Theory
   •  CMST 354 - Research Methods in Communication Lab
   •  CMST 356 - Research Methods in Communication Studies
   •  CMST 360 - Professional Skills in Communication Lab
   •  CMST 400 - Topics in Communication Studies
   •  CMST 410 - Family Communication
   •  CMST 412 - Close Relationships
   •  CMST 414 - Persuasion
   •  CMST 416 - Interpersonal Health Communication
   •  CMST 419 - Interpersonal Conflict
   •  CMST 442 - Organizational Communication Processes
   •  CMST 444 - Group Communication
   •  CMST 446 - Leadership
   •  CMST 449 - Political Persuasion
   •  CMST 487 - Honors Seminar
   •  CMST 491 - Foreign Study
   •  CMST 492 - Internship
   •  CMST 493 - Independent Study
   •  CMST 497 - Senior Honors Thesis
 

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