May 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Information


Catalog Course Definitions 

Core – Course is approved for specific core curriculum (i.e. arts and sciences curriculum; quantitative reasoning and mathematical skills)

Cross-Listed – Class that is offered along with another class that has the same topic, title, and course content. Max Hours displayed for each cross-listed class is the total number of hours allowed for all courses completed within a particular cross-listed group. See below for more information on Max Hours.

Gt - Course is approved by the Colorado Dept of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer as part of the gtPathways program. 

Max Hours (in Course Description) – Total number of applicable credit hours that count toward a student’s degree for a particular course or cross-listed group.

Requisite

  • Prerequisite – Specific course completed or “in progress” (i.e. ENGL 1020 or ENGL 1020 with C- or higher)
  • Corequisite – Specific course taken at the same time (i.e. BIOL 2071 taken same time as BIOL 2051)
  • Restriction – Restricted to a specific population (i.e. Restricted to MUSC majors or junior standing, etc.)

Course Number Definitions:

  • 1000 - 4999 Undergraduate Level
  • 5000 - 9999 Graduate Level
 

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 4800 - Plato
   •  PHIL 4810 - Aristotle
   •  PHIL 4812 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 4820 - Hume
   •  PHIL 4833 - Existentialism
   •  PHIL 4840 - Independent Study: PHIL
   •  PHIL 4880 - Directed Research
   •  PHIL 4900 - John Dewey
   •  PHIL 4920 - Philosophy of Media and Technology
   •  PHIL 4933 - Philosophy of Eros
   •  PHIL 4950 - Honors Thesis
   •  PHIL 4980 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 5000 - 19th Century Philosophy
   •  PHIL 5013 - Methods and Practices of Graduate Interdisciplinary Humanities
   •  PHIL 5020 - Foundations and Theories of Interdisciplinary Social Science
   •  PHIL 5040 - Skepticism
   •  PHIL 5101 - Pragmatism: Classical American Philosophy
   •  PHIL 5220 - Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art
   •  PHIL 5242 - Bioethics
   •  PHIL 5250 - Environmental Ethics
   •  PHIL 5260 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHIL 5300 - Philosophy of Mind
   •  PHIL 5308 - Contemporary Feminist Thought
   •  PHIL 5350 - Philosophy of Science
   •  PHIL 5360 - American Legal Process
   •  PHIL 5470 - Concepts of the Soul
   •  PHIL 5480 - Perspectives on Good and Evil
   •  PHIL 5500 - Feminist Philosophy
   •  PHIL 5550 - Paris 1910: Art, Philosophy and Psychology
   •  PHIL 5600 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 5650 - Reflections on Modernity
   •  PHIL 5655 - Differing Concepts of God
   •  PHIL 5730 - Philosophy and Literature
   •  PHIL 5735 - Rationalism
   •  PHIL 5740 - Empiricism
   •  PHIL 5750 - Introduction to Phenomenology
   •  PHIL 5755 - Philosophical Psychology
   •  PHIL 5770 - Hegel
   •  PHIL 5780 - Heidegger
   •  PHIL 5790 - Nietzsche
   •  PHIL 5795 - Marx and Marxism
   •  PHIL 5800 - Plato
   •  PHIL 5810 - Aristotle
   •  PHIL 5812 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 5820 - Hume
   •  PHIL 5833 - Existentialism
   •  PHIL 5840 - Independent Study: PHIL
   •  PHIL 5880 - Directed Research
   •  PHIL 5900 - John Dewey
   •  PHIL 5920 - Philosophy of Media and Technology
   •  PHIL 5933 - Philosophy of Eros

Physics

   •  PHYS 1000 - Introduction to Physics
   •  PHYS 1052 - General Astronomy I
   •  PHYS 1100 - Foundations of Physics
   •  PHYS 1111 - First Year Seminar
   •  PHYS 1840 - Independent Study: PHYS
   •  PHYS 2010 - College Physics I
   •  PHYS 2020 - College Physics II
   •  PHYS 2030 - College Physics Lab I
   •  PHYS 2040 - College Physics Lab II
   •  PHYS 2311 - General Physics I: Calculus-Based
   •  PHYS 2321 - General Physics Lab I
   •  PHYS 2331 - General Physics II: Calculus-Based
   •  PHYS 2341 - General Physics Lab II
   •  PHYS 2351 - Applied Physics Lab I
   •  PHYS 2361 - Applied Physics Lab II
   •  PHYS 2711 - Vibrations and Waves
   •  PHYS 2811 - Modern Physics I
   •  PHYS 2821 - Modern Physics II
   •  PHYS 2840 - Independent Study: PHYS
   •  PHYS 2939 - Internship
   •  PHYS 3040 - Modern Cosmology
   •  PHYS 3050 - General Astronomy II
   •  PHYS 3070 - Physical Cosmology
   •  PHYS 3082 - Energy and the Environment
   •  PHYS 3120 - Methods of Mathematical Physics
   •  PHYS 3151 - Biophysics Outlook I
   •  PHYS 3161 - Biophysics Outlook II
   •  PHYS 3211 - Analytical Mechanics
   •  PHYS 3251 - Biophysics of the Body
   •  PHYS 3252 - Biophysics of the Body NM
   •  PHYS 3411 - Thermal Physics
   •  PHYS 3451 - Biophysics of the Cell
   •  PHYS 3452 - Biophysics of the Cell NM
   •  PHYS 3620 - Sound and Music
   •  PHYS 3711 - Junior Laboratory I
   •  PHYS 3721 - Junior Laboratory II
   •  PHYS 3811 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 3840 - Independent Study: PHYS
   •  PHYS 3939 - Internship
   •  PHYS 4331 - Principles of Electricity and Magnetism
   •  PHYS 4351 - Bioelectromagnetism
   •  PHYS 4352 - Bioelectromagnetism NM
   •  PHYS 4400 - Scientific Instrumentation
   •  PHYS 4401 - Special Topics
   •  PHYS 4510 - Optics
   •  PHYS 4550 - Astrophysics
   •  PHYS 4611 - Computational Physics
   •  PHYS 4620 - Computational Physics II
   •  PHYS 4650 - Solid State Physics
 

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