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    Mansfield University
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
Mansfield University 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


 
   •  ENG 2223 - CIVIL RIGHTS AUTOBIOGRAPHY
   •  ENG 2225 - ENGLISH GRAMMAR
   •  ENG 2226 - HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
   •  ENG 2237 - ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE AND SUSTAINABILITY
   •  ENG 2252 - INTRODUCTION TO POETRY WRITING
   •  ENG 2254 - INTRODUCTION TO FICTION WRITING
   •  ENG 2299 - MONSTERS IN LITERATURE AND FILM
   •  ENG 3252 - ADVANCED POETRY WRITING
   •  ENG 3254 - ADVANCED FICTION WRITING
   •  ENG 3268 - SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3278 - SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3281 - INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS
   •  ENG 3305 - COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3307 - LITERATURE IN ENGLISH FROM AROUND THE WORLD
   •  ENG 3313 - COMPOSITION II
   •  ENG 3316 - CREATIVE NONFICTION WRITING
   •  ENG 3320 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3322 - FOOD LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3324 - COMPOSITION THEORY & PRACTICE
   •  ENG 3326 - WOMEN'S LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3327 - AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3328 - LESBIAN AND GAY LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3331 - CIVIL RIGHTS NOVEL
   •  ENG 3332 - NATURE WRITING
   •  ENG 3333 - ADVANCED WRITING FOR ENGLISH MAJORS
   •  ENG 3350 - OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3351 - ENGLISH RENAISSANCE LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3352 - SHAKESPEARE
   •  ENG 3356 - EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3359 - NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3360 - BRITISH LITERATURE SINCE 1900
   •  ENG 3362 - AMERICAN ROMANTICISM AND TRANSCENDENTALISM
   •  ENG 3363 - AMERICAN REALISM AND NATURALISM
   •  ENG 3364 - AMERICAN LITERATURE SINCE 1900
   •  ENG 3371 - PROFESSIONAL WRITING
   •  ENG 3376 - MAJOR GENRE
   •  ENG 3381 - HISTORY OF LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM
   •  ENG 3382 - CONTEMPORARY LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM
   •  ENG 3385 - MAJOR AUTHOR
   •  ENG 3386 - READINGS IN YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3387 - DISASTER LITERATURE
   •  ENG 3389 - GRAPHIC NOVEL
   •  ENG 3400 - THE EDITORIAL PROCESS
   •  ENG 3404 - WRITING FOR THE WEB
   •  ENG 4401 - SEMINAR IN LITERARY STUDIES
   •  ENG 4416 - NOVEL WRITING
   •  ENG 4449 - ENGLISH PRACTICUM
   •  ENG 4495 - ENGLISH INTERNSHIP
   •  ENG 4497 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
   •  ES 3300 - HUMANS IN NATURE
   •  ES 4497 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
   •  ESL 1105 - INTENSIVE ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPKR I
   •  ESL 1106 - INTENSIVE ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPKR II
   •  ESL 1110 - INTERMEDIATE WRITING AND CULTURE FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
   •  ESL 1112 - ESL COMPOSITION
   •  ESL 1145 - ADVANCED ENGLISH
   •  FIN 3301 - INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
   •  FIN 3312 - FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS
   •  FIN 3333 - INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
   •  FIN 3380 - MANAGERIAL FINANCE
   •  FIN 4435 - INVESTMENT THEORY
   •  FR 1101 - INTRODUCTORY FRENCH I
   •  FR 1102 - INTRODUCTORY FRENCH II
   •  FR 2201 - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
   •  FR 2202 - INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
   •  FR 2205 - PHONETICS AND PRONUNCIATION
   •  FR 3300 - CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH CIVILIZATION
   •  FR 3305 - ADVANCED FRENCH CONVERSATION
   •  FR 3306 - TOPICS IN FRENCH CIVILIZATION (HISTORY)
   •  FR 3307 - TOPICS IN FRENCH CIVILIZATION (GEOGRAPHY)
   •  FR 3309 - TOPICS IN FRENCH CIVILIZATION (CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS)
   •  FR 3310 - BUSINESS FRENCH
   •  FR 3311 - INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH LITERATURE
   •  FR 3320 - ADVANCED FRENCH STRUCTURE
   •  FR 3330 - SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE I
   •  FR 3331 - SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE II
   •  FR 3370 - FOREIGN STUDY - CREDIT ARRANGED
   •  FR 4497 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
   •  FYS 1100 - FIRST YEAR SEMINAR
   •  FYS 2200 - PEER LEADERSHIP SKILLS
   •  GEG 1101 - WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
   •  GEG 1102 - HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
   •  GEG 1111 - PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
   •  GEG 1122 - ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
   •  GEG 2200 - INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
   •  GEG 2200L - INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE LAB
   •  GEG 2520 - ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
   •  GEG 2910 - INTRODUCTION TO SURVEYING
   •  GEG 3000 - COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
   •  GEG 3225 - ADVANCED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
   •  GEG 3225L - ADVANCED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE LAB
   •  GEG 3285 - CARTOGRAPHIC METHODS
   •  GEG 3345 - WEB BASED CARTOGRAPHY
   •  GEG 3364 - GEOSTATISTICS
   •  GEG 3380 - GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
   •  GEG 3381 - GEOGRAPHY OF PENNSYLVANIA
   •  GEG 3810 - GEOWEB AND INTERNET MAPPING
   •  GEG 3850 - MAPPING APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
   •  GEL 1125 - PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
   •  GEL 1125L - PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LAB
 

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