Nov 13, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate 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
 

Other Courses

  
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    FINE 3404 - Typography II


    A design laboratory that teaches advanced principles of typography including multiple page documents and complex typographic systems for print and screen. Students will create complex design projects that explore the relationship between type and image. Prerequisite: FINE 2415. Max Hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    HIST 2001 - The Uses and Misuses of History


    This course examines the uses and misuses of historical interpretation in the public sphere, focusing on how history has been employed over time to persuade or influence public debates. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 2200 - Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis


    The financial accounting process, the role of the profession and the analysis of financial statements. Principal focus on the interpretation of financial statements, with emphasis on asset and liability valuation problems and the determination of net income. Prereq: MATH 1070 or MATH 1110 or MATH 1080 or MATH 1130 or MATH 1401 or MATH 1120 with a grade of C- or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate students at a sophomore standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 2220 - Managerial Accounting and Professional Issues


    Introduces managerial accounting. Shows managers how to use accounting information to make decisions. Principal focus on cost behavior analysis, budgeting and product costing. Prereq: ACCT 2200 with a grade of ‘C-’ or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate students at a sophomore standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 2550 - Introductory Accounting for Entrepreneurs and the Arts


    An integration of financial and managerial accounting processes as they relate to Entrepreneurs, Arts & Media managers and similar applications. This course will cover the analysis and interpretation of financial statements, asset and liability valuation and the determination of net income. Incorporates the use of accounting information to make decisions focusing on cost behavior analysis, budgeting and product costing in entrepreneurial and arts related businesses. Prereq: MATH 1070 or 1110. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 3220 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I


    A foundation course in financial accounting, this course provides an intensive analysis of generally accepted accounting principles, accounting theory and the construction and interrelation of financial statements for public corporations. Encourages critical thought and application of financial accounting standards to business transactions. A grade of C or higher is required in this course to proceed to the next level ACCT course or receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 2220 and DSCI/BANA 2010 both with a grade of ‘C-’ or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 3230 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II


    Continuing the intensive coverage of financial accounting from ACCT 3220/ACCT 6031, this course covers concepts of financial accounting theory and generally accepted accounting principles not covered in 3220/6031. This typically includes detailed coverage of liabilities and equity, especially the topics of leases, deferred taxes, pensions and stock-options. A grade of C or higher is required in this course to proceed to the next level ACCT course or receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 3220, completed with a grade of a C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6032. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 3320 - Intermediate Cost Accounting


    Cost accounting links financial and managerial accounting and emphasizes communication between accountants and managers. Topics include managerial uses of cost data for decision making, analysis of activities and cost behavior, the role of accounting in planning and control, and computer-assisted decision modelling. A grade of C or higher is required in this course to proceed to the next level ACCT course or receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 2220 and DSCI/BANA 2010 both with a grade of ‘C-’ or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6070. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 3939 - Internship


    Supervised experiences involving the application of concepts and skills in an employment situation. To enroll in an internship, students must work with the Experiential Learning Center on campus and have a 2.40 GPA or higher. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4030 - Financial Accounting


    Analysis of financial accounting concepts, the development of accounting thought and principles and critical review of generally accepted accounting principles. (Not recommended for candidates planning to sit for the CPA examination.) Note: Students who have taken ACCT 3220 or ACCT 3230 (or equivalent) may not take this course. Prereq: ACCT 2200 and ACCT 2220 or equivalent. Must have a ‘C’ or better in courses. Strictly enforced. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4054 - Accounting Information Systems


    The design and analysis of accounting information systems, with special emphasis on computers and computer programming, and the role of accounting in the management process. Must earn a grade of ‘C’ or better to qualify for graduation. Prereq: ACCT 3220 with a grade of C or higher and ISMG 2050 with a grade of ‘C-’ or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6054. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4070 - Management Accounting


    Designed to provide students with a foundation in management accounting models and information, with emphasis on management decision making uses of accounting information. (Not recommended for candidates planning to sit for the CPA examination.) Prereq: ACCT 2200 and 2220 or equivalent with a grade of a ‘C’ or better. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Note: Students who have taken ACCT 3320 or its equivalent may not take this course. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4240 - Advanced Financial Accounting


    Advanced financial accounting concepts and practices with emphasis on accounting for partnerships, business combinations and consolidations. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 3230 or ACCT 6030 or ACCT 6032 each with a grade of C or higher, or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6024. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4280 - Accounting Ethics


    This course examines the ethical responsibilities of accounting professionals from a personal and professional perspective, including examples of ethical dilemmas accounting professionals confront. The course utilizes various authoritative codes of conduct, professional standards and applied ethical theory as ethical guidance for auditors, accountants, tax professionals, and accounting management. A variety of case studies are employed to give students practice in developing a decision making approach in dealing with difficult ethical scenarios. Prereq ACCT 4620. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4282 - Capitalism, Accounting and Ethical Choices


    Examines the development of the U.S. economy from 1850 to today with emphasis on the ethics of accounting, capitalism, and government controls. Prereq: ACCT 3220 with a C or higher or permission. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4330 - Managerial Accounting Problems and Cases


    Critical analysis of advanced topics in managerial accounting. Considerable use of cases and current readings. Prereq: Completion of ACCT 3320 with a grade of ‘C’. Strictly enforced. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4370 - International Accounting


    Designed to expose students to the international aspects of accounting and financial management. Includes discussion of some of the different financial accounting practices across countries; financial statement analysis in a global context, international auditing practices and procedures, international tax implications and the implications of operating within the regulations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Prereq: Completion of ACCT 3220 with a grade of ‘C’ or better. Strictly enforced. Cross-listed with ACCT 6370 and INTB 6370. Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4410 - Fundamentals of Federal Income Tax


    Provisions and procedures of federal income tax laws and requirements affecting individuals and business organizations, including problems of tax planning and compliance. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4410 and ACCT 6140. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 3220 with a C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6140. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4420 - Taxation of Business Entities


    A federal tax course stressing tax planning issues affecting corporations (both C corporations and S corporations) and partnerships. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4420 and ACCT 6150. Cross listed with ACCT 6150. Prereq: ACCT 2220 with a C- or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4442 - Accounting: Professional Research and Communications


    This course provides students with a structured approach to researching and communicating practice-oriented financial accounting, auditing, and tax-related issues. After completing this course, students should be able to effectively: (1) Communicate (both oral and written) solutions to practice-oriented financial accounting, auditing, and tax-related issues. (2) Navigate through U.S. and international accounting, auditing, and tax authorities. (3) Conduct systematic research for all types of accounting-related problems then reach and communicate efficient conclusions using a variety of techniques. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Prereq: ACCT 4620 and ACCT 4410 both with a grade of C or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6442. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4490 - Experiential Learning


    Designed to provide practical knowledge on developing a professional practice in accounting or financial management. Topics: Marketing, operating a professional practice. Lectures, guest speakers student projects. Prereq: ACCT 3220 completed with a ‘C’ or better, or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ACCT 6490. Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4520 - Oil and Gas Accounting


    The Oil and Gas Accounting course is designed to give students an overview of the oil and gas industry and the particular accounting issues this industry faces. The focus is on the oil and gas industry but many of the issues discussed are appropriate and applicable to all energy-related entities. This is a valuable learning experience for those interested in acquiring an understanding of the accounting issues for energy management firms in preparation for entry into public accounting. The course enjoys support from the energy industry in the form of guest speakers and project ideas. Prereq: ACCT 3220 with a grade of C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6520. Max Hours: 3 credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4620 - Auditing Theory


    Auditing Theory: Focus on the professional responsibilities of CPAs, generally accepted auditing standards, and PCAOB auditing standards, with emphasis on the theory underlying the development of standards, objectives and procedures. Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4620 & ACCT 6020. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. A grade of B or higher must be earned if planning to take 6025 in the future. Prereq: ACCT 3220 and 4054 with a grade of C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6020. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4625 - Auditing Practice


    Focus on the application of generally accepted auditing standards and PCAOB auditing standards to practice. Emphasis on procedures used by CPAs to gather and document audit evidence. Prereq: ACCT 4620 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4625 and ACCT 6025. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4780 - Accounting and Information Systems Processes and Controls


    The course is designed to develop knowledge and skills used to understand and evaluate corporate accounting processes and systems. It focuses on financial and information system internal controls and the flow of corporate information through an accounting system. A financial system objective and risk assessment approach is used to present concepts and techniques for evaluating the adequacy of system processes and controls. Cross-listed with ACCT 6510, ISMG 4780, and ISMG 6510. Prereq: Completion of ACCT 2200, ACCT 2220 and ACCT 3054 with a grade of ‘C’ or better (strictly enforced). Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4800 - Accounting for Government and Nonprofit Organizations


    Planning and control of government and nonprofit organizations. Includes program budgets, responsibility accounting and fund accounting. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 3220 with a C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors at a junior standing or higher. Cross-listed with ACCT 6080. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4840 - Independent Study


    Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 8 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 8
  
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    ACCT 4900 - Professional Certification in Accounting


    This course will prepare students for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, including the Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG) sections. Topical coverage will include a balance of most-tested topics, difficult topics, and exposure to topics not addressed in required accounting degree courses. Note: there will be a materials fee of $1,100 for this course. All materials will continue to be available until successful passage of the CPA Exam. Note: Undergraduate Accounting students typically perform better in this class when taking it during the final semester prior to graduation. Restriction: Restricted to Undergraduate and MS Accounting students. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4915 - Accounting for the Public Interest


    Applies accounting knowledge and concepts in a not-for-profit organization. Student volunteers help with functions or special projects and are supervised by both faculty members and personnel from the agency to which they are assigned. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ACCT 6015. Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 4950 - Special Topics


    Research methods and results, special topics and professional developments in accounting. Consult the current ‘Schedule Planner’ for semester offerings. Prereq: Varies according to topic and instructor requirements. Restriction: Restricted to undergraduate Business majors with junior standing or higher. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 5939 - Internship


    Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6015 - Accounting for the Public Interest


    Applies accounting knowledge and concepts in a not-for-profit organization. Student volunteers help with functions or special projects and are supervised by both faculty members and personnel from the agency to which they are assigned Note: This class is rarely offered. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4915. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6020 - Auditing Theory


    Focus on the professional responsibilities of CPAs, generally accepted auditing standards, and PCAOB auditing standards, with emphasis on the theory underlying the development of standards, objectives and procedures. Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4620 & ACCT 6020. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 6030 or ACCT 6031 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4620. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6024 - Advanced Financial Accounting


    Advanced financial accounting concepts and practice with emphasis on accounting for partnerships, business combinations and consolidations. Prereq: ACCT 3230 or ACCT 6030 or ACCT 6032 each with a grade of C or higher, or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4240. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6025 - Auditing Practice


    Focus on the application of generally accepted auditing standards and PCAOB auditing standards to practice.Emphasis on procedures used by CPAs to gather and document audit evidence. Prereq: ACCT 6020 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4625 and ACCT 6025. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6031 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I


    This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive review and understanding of financial accounting principles, procedures, and financial statements as well as the measurement of income and assets. Skills related to problem solving, analytical thinking, and writing will also be developed. NOTE: Students who have taken ACCT 3220 (or equivalent) may not receive credit for ACCT 6031. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6032 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II


    Continuing the intensive coverage of financial accounting from ACCT 3220/ACCT 6031, this course covers concepts of financial accounting theory and generally accepted accounting principles not covered in 3220/6031. This typically includes detailed coverage of liabilities and equity, especially the topics of leases, deferred taxes, pensions and stock-options. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. NOTE: Students who have taken ACCT 3230 (or equivalent) may not receive credit for ACCT 6032. Prereq: ACCT 6031 with a grade of C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 3230. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6033 - Advanced Managerial Accounting


    Critical analysis of advanced topics in managerial accounting. Note: This class is rarely offered. Prereq: ACCT 3320. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6054 - Accounting Information Systems


    The design and analysis of accounting information systems, with special emphasis on computers and computer programming, and the role of accounting in the role of accounting in the management process. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 6031 or BUSN 6550 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4054 (previously ACCT 3054) Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6070 - Intermediate Cost Accounting


    Cost accounting links financial and managerial accounting and emphasizes communication between accountants and managers. Topics include managerial uses of cost data for decision making, analysis of activities and cost behavior, the role of accounting in planning and control, and computer-assisted decision modelling Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Note: STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN ACCT 3320 (or equivalent) MAY NOT TAKE THIS COURSE. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 3320. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6080 - Accounting for Government and Nonprofit Organizations


    Nonprofit Organizations. Planning and control of government and nonprofit organizations. Includes program budgets, responsibility accounting and fund accounting. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 3220 or BUSN 6550 or ACCT 6031 each with a C or higher, or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4800. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6140 - Fundamentals of Federal Income Tax


    Provisions and procedures of federal income tax laws and requirements affecting individuals and business organizations, including problems of tax planning and compliance. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4410 and 6140. Cross-listed with ACCT 4410. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6150 - Taxation of Business Entities


    A federal tax course stressing tax planning issues affecting corporations (both C corporations and S corporations) and partnerships. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 4420 and ACCT 6150. Cross-listed with ACCT 4420. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6220 - Controllership: Financial Strategy and Controls


    This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the wide ranging responsibilities of the Controller, including the timely and accurate preparation of the periodic financial statements, maintenance of an adequate records system, a comprehensive set of internal controls and budgets in order to manage and mitigate risk, how to enhance the accuracy of the company’s reported financial results and ensure compliance with GAAP or IFRS. Topics also include techniques for cash forecasting, controlling and administering budgets, and developing effective long-range plans. Prereq: ACCT 6030 or ACCT 6032 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6225 - Controllership: Managerial Strategy and Benefits Analy


    This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the wide ranging responsibilities of the Controller from a managerial and tax accounting perspective. Topics include establishing a cost accounting system, planning and control of manufacturing costs, business and strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions and a variety of tax related issues such as employment tax, employee vs. contractor, and choice of entity. The course will also include a discussion of benefits analysis, stock based compensation, ISO, NQSO and 83b elections. Prereq: ACCT 6220 with a grade of C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6230 - Advanced Topics in Mergers and Acquisitions


    Mergers and acquisitions are often a key component of organizational strategy for growth and competitive advantage; yet empirical studies indicate many of these transactions fail to meet their intended objectives. This course prepares accounting students as financial leaders to positively influence the achievement of planned synergies and acculturation for more successful M&A transactions. Integrating perspectives from accounting and organizational development, course topics include transaction valuation, contingent consideration, and asset impairment testing to organizational systems theory and post-transaction integration. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6020 or ACCT 4620 and ACCT 6070. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6250 - Seminar: Financial Accounting


    Nature and origin of accounting theory and the development of postulates, principles and practices. Methodology appropriate to development and evaluation of accounting theory, with special emphasis on accepted research standards and procedures. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Co-req: ACCT 6032 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6260 - Seminar: Managerial Accounting


    Focuses on the conceptual foundations of managerial accounting. Behavioral and quantitative approaches regarding information for decision making, planning, control, performance evaluation and other issues are investigated. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 6070 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6280 - Accounting Ethics


    This course examines the ethical responsibilities of accounting professionals from a personal and professional perspective, including examples of ethical dilemmas accounting professionals confront. The course utilizes various authoritative codes of conduct, professional standards and applied ethical theory as ethical guidance for auditors, accountants, tax professionals, and accounting management. A variety of case studies are employed to give students practice in developing a decision making approach in dealing with difficult ethical scenarios. Prereq: ACCT 6031 or BUSN 6550. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6282 - Capitalism, Accounting and Ethical Choices


    Examines the development of the U.S. economy from 1850 to today with emphasis on the ethics of accounting, capitalism, and government controls. Prereq: ACCT 2220 or BUSN 6550 (not strictly enforced). Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6285 - Accounting and Finance for Sustainability


    Topics in accounting and finance related to business sustainability include the merits and challenges of a triple-bottom-line perspective, mandatory and voluntary reporting, environmental liability measurement and disclosure, emissions trading, green investments, shareholder activism, microfinance, and socially responsible investing. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6290 - Management Control Systems


    Focuses on the design and use of control systems which ensure that people in organizations behave consistently with the organizational goals. Controls for communication, motivation and performance evaluation (along with informational requirements) are stressed through analysis of cases and classroom discussion. Note: This class is rarely offered. Prereq: BUSN 6550 or equivalent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6320 - White Collar and Financial Crimes


    Course provides an opportunity to examine criminal activity perpetrated by individuals and/or organizations in a position of trust. White collar and financial crimes are qualitatively different from street crimes or violent crimes, yet they are highly destructive. Cover: types of crime, social impact, prevention, detection, regulating etc. Prereq: BUSN 6550 with a C or higher. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6330 - Fraud Auditing


    This course provides an introduction to and guidance for creation of an effective fraud audit program in core business systems. The fraud audit is designed specifically to detect potential fraud and is vastly different than the traditional audit. Fraud auditing focuses on proven fraud methodology that allows auditors to discover fraud versus investigating it. The course: • Explains how to create a fraud audit program • Shows auditors how to locate fraud through the use of data mining • Focuses on proven methodology for detecting fraudulent transactions • Explores fraud discovery within specific corporate F&A functions, such as disbursement, procurement, payroll, revenue misstatement, inventory, journal entries, and management override. Prereq: ACCT 6020. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6340 - Financial Statement Analysis


    Financial statements are used as an information source on which to base investment, lending potential or even employment. Designed to develop skills in using, understanding, analyzing, and interpreting financial statements and to make students aware of the value and limitations of financial statement information. Note: Should take in the third semester of the graduate program. Prereq: BUSN 6550 or ACCT 6031 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6350 - Current Issues in Professional Accounting


    An in-depth analysis of current issues in the accounting profession, including ethics development, and validity of standards and regulations. Prereq: ACCT 3230, ACCT 4620, ACCT 6020 or permission of instructor. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6360 - Fraud Examination


    This course examines the theories and methods of the full spectrum of fraud examination including prevention, detection, investigation, and adjudication. In this course, students will explore the significant differences between fraud examination and auditing, going beyond detection into the investigative and adjudication process. Prereq: ACCT 6020 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6370 - International Accounting


    Designed to expose students to the international aspects of accounting and financial management. Includes discussion of some of the different financial accounting practices across countries; financial statement analysis in a global context, international auditing practices and procedures, international tax implications and the implications of operating within the regulations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Prereq: BUSN 6550 or equivalent. Note: Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 6370 and INTB 6370. IFRS’s are reviewed and compared with the requirements of US GAAP. Cross-listed with INTB 6370 and ACCT 4370. Prereq: ACCT 6031. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6380 - Forensic Accounting


    An examination of investigative auditing, fraud auditing, litigation support, and economic quantification of damages. Prereq: ACCT 4620 or ACCT 6020. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6400 - Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders


    A study of federal income tax problems of corporations and corporate shareholders. The course addresses introductory corporate tax issues found in Subchapter C of the Internal Revenue Code including defining a ?corporation? for federal income tax purposes, tax consequences associated with the formation of a corporation, taxation of corporate operations (including an analysis of the differences that exist between earnings and profits, dividend distributions and taxable income), corporate redemption transactions, partial liquidations, complete liquidations and the acquisition, sale and disposition of corporate entities in transactions governed by Section 336(e) and 338 of the Internal Revenue Code. Prereq: ACCT 4410 & 6140. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6410 - Advanced Tax For Individuals


    Advanced federal income tax course stressing the use of the Internal Revenue Code, Treasury regulations, case law, and administrative guidance to resolve federal income tax issues affecting individuals. Topics: items of gross income inclusion/exclusions, deductions, items of non-recognition, characterization of income, and tax rates. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6420 - Estate and Gift Taxation and Fiduciary Income


    Introduction to estate and gift taxation and fiduciary income taxation for estates and trusts. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6430 - International Taxation


    International taxation focuses on the U.S. taxation of cross-border transactions. A review of the Internal Revenue Code?s basic international tax rules is covered, including residency rules, sourcing of income and expenses, taxation of in-bound transactions (FDAP and effectively connected income rules), overview of U.S. model tax treaty provisions, anti-deferral regimes, and foreign tax credits. Students are often required to study the tax regimes of another country to compare and contrast foreign tax laws to U.S. laws. A brief review of interest-charge domestic international sales corporations is often covered. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6440 - Tax Practice and Procedures


    A study of the organization, policies, and procedures of federal and state taxing authorities. Coreq: ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6442 - Accounting: Professional Research and Communications


    This course provides students with a structured approach to researching and communicating practice-oriented financial accounting, auditing, and tax-related issues. After completing this course, students should be able to effectively: (1) Communicate (both oral and written) solutions to practice-oriented financial accounting, auditing, and tax-related issues. (2) Navigate through U.S. and international accounting, auditing, and tax authorities. (3) Conduct systematic research for all types of accounting-related problems then reach and communicate efficient conclusions using a variety of techniques. Prereq: ACCT 6030 or ACCT 6032 or ACCT 3230 each with a grade of C or higher, or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Cross-listed with ACCT 4442. Max hours: Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6450 - Research Problems In Taxation


    This course provides a study of various methodologies used in tax research and tax planning, together with a study of some aspects of tax administration and tax practice, of the legislative procedures regarding proposed revisions of the current tax law, and of the administrative rules and tax penalties applicable to accountants, lawyers, and tax return preparers in practicing before the Internal Revenue Service and providing tax return advice and preparation. In particular, this course explores techniques (with an emphasis on electronic/on-line techniques) for locating and researching judicial cases, statutory legislative histories, and administrative materials promulgated by the Internal Revenue Service applicable to tax-related issues and problems. Note: This class is rarely offered. Coreq: ACCT 4410 or ACCT 6140. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6460 - Advance Topics in Taxation


    Course will focus on a variety of advanced tax topics for closely held businesses and individuals. Format: Lectures by expert tax professionals and questions/discussion on various topics with emphasis on current issues and trends. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6470 - Internal Auditing


    Intro course for business students and CIA candidates. Topics include: IA fundamentals; IA standards; internal controls; managing the IA department; IA working papers, procedures and evidences; fraud detection and prevention; ethics; evaluation of the IA function, and Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Prereq: ACCT 4620 or ACCT 6020. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6480 - Partnership Taxation


    Fundamentals of the Taxation of Partnerships and Partners. This class will focus on fundamental tax issues relating to partnerships and partners arising from the formation, operation, and liquidation of partnerships. Course work includes an examination of pertinent federal income tax returns of the partnership. Prereq: Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6490 - Experiential Learning


    Designed to provide practical knowledge on developing a professional practice in accounting or financial management. Topics: Marketing, operating a professional practice. Lectures, guest speakers (if you are interested in being a guest lecturer for the class contact the instructor), and student projects. Prereq: ACCT 3220 or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ACCT 4490. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6500 - Advanced Corporate Taxation


    A study of the statutory and judicial tax rules and problems relating primarily to corporate reorganizations, commonly controlled corporations, and consolidated tax returns, with a special emphasis on the tax rules associated with restructuring of corporate entities in the context of corporate merger and acquisition transactions. Grade of C (2.0) or higher in ACCT 6140 or ACCT 4410 and ACCT 6400. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6510 - Accounting and Information Systems Processes and Controls


    The course is designed to develop knowledge and skills used to understand and evaluate corporating accounting processes and systems. Focuses on financial and information system internal controls and the flow of corporate information through an accounting system. A financial system objective and risk assessment approach is used to present concepts and techniques for evaluating the adequacy of system processes and controls. Prereq: ACCT 6054 or department consent. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6520 - Issues in Oil and Gas Accounting


    The Oil and Gas Accounting course is a course designed to give students an overview of the oil and gas industry and the particular accounting issues this industry faces. The focus is on the oil and gas industry but many of the issues discussed are appropriate and applicable to all energy-related entities. This is a valuable learning experience for those interested in acquiring an understanding of the accounting issues for energy management firms in preparation for entry into public accounting. The course enjoys support from the energy industry in the form of guest speakers and project ideas. Prereq: BUSN 6550 or ACCT 3220 or permission of instructor. Cross-listed with ACCT 4520. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6620 - Seminar: Auditing and Other Assurance Services


    A graduate seminar course providing in-depth exposure to specialized topics in auditing and other assurance services, with an emphasis on recent developments in the profession. Includes coverage of generally accepted auditing standards and PCAOB standards. Note: A grade of C or higher must be earned to receive credit for the CPA license. Prereq: ACCT 6020. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6800 - Special Topics


    Research methods and results, special topics and professional developments in accounting. Consult the current ‘Schedule Planner’ for semester offerings as new special topics courses are frequently added. Prereq: Varies according to topics and instructor requirements. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6840 - Independent Study


    Permission of instructor required. Allowed only under special and unusual circumstances. Regularly scheduled courses cannot be taken as independent study. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 8 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 8
  
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    ACCT 6900 - Professional Certification in Accounting


    This course will prepare students for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination, including the Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG) sections. Topical coverage will include a balance of most-tested topics, difficult topics, and exposure to topics not addressed in required accounting degree courses. Note: there will be a materials fee of $1,100 for this course. All materials will continue to be available until successful passage of the CPA Exam. Note: Undergraduate Accounting students typically perform better in this class when taking it during the final semester prior to graduation. Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6939 - Internship/Cooperative Education


    Supervised experiences involving the application of concepts and skills in an employment situation. Prereq: 15 semester hours for MS students and 21 hours for MBA students and a cumulative 3.2 GPA. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ACCT 6950 - Master’s Thesis


    Restriction: Restricted to graduate majors and NDGR majors with a sub-plan of NBA or NBD within the Business School. Max hours: 8 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 8

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 1000 - Anthropology: Past and Present


    Anthropology is the study of humankind in all of its diversity and complexity. Anthropologists have traditionally approached the study from four distinct perspectives: biological, cultural, linguistic and archaeological. This course considers how anthropologists study humankind from these four perspectives and the robust picture of humanity that emerges. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 1111 - Freshman Seminar


    Restriction: Restricted to Freshman level students. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 3
  
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    ANTH 1302 - Introduction to Archaeology


    Introduces the study of past cultures and their environments. Emphasis is on the scientific method, aspects of research design and analytical techniques used by archaeologists to determine chronology, taphonomy, source production areas, exchange networks, and human-environment interactions. Note: Three hours of lecture and a two-hour lab each week. Term offered: fall, spring, summer. Max hours: 4 Credits. GT: Course is approved by the Colorado Dept of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer, GT-SS3 Semester Hours: 4 to 4
  
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    ANTH 1303 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology


    Introduces the study of human biological evolution, both processes and outcomes, from primate ancestors to fossil hominids to contemporary human populations. Methods of obtaining and interpreting data concerning the genetic, biological and evolutionary basis of physical variation in living and skeletal populations. Note: 3 hours of lecture and a 2 hour lab each week. Term offered: fall, spring, summer. Max hours: 4 Credits. GT: Course is approved by the Colorado Dept of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer, GT-SC1 Semester Hours: 4 to 4
  
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    ANTH 2102 - Culture and the Human Experience


    An application of the concept of culture to several aspects of the human experience, including gender relations, emotion and personality, cognition, language, health and healing and economic behavior. In exploring these dimensions of the human experience, the course focuses on selected cultures from each of the world’s major geographic areas. Term offered: fall, spring, summer. Max hours: 3 Credits. GT: Course is approved by the Colorado Dept of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer, GT-SS3 Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 2400 - Exploring Culture through Social Media


    Introduction to social media and analysis applied to cultural change. Focus on theories and practices of non-fiction image-making and “doing digital ethnography” to examine a range of experience and knowledge among different societies, communities, technologies, policy discourses and ourselves. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 2840 - Independent Study


    Term offered: fall, spring, summer. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 3
  
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    ANTH 2939 - Internship


    Experiences involving application of specific, relevant concepts and skills in supervised employment situations. Note: students must work with the Experiential Learning Center advising to complete a course contract and gain approval. Prereq: Sophomore standing. Max hours: 9 Credits. Semester Hours: 1 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3000 - Globalization, Migration and Transnationalism


    Examines the cultural dynamics of globalization, including: the development of special economic zones in the global south, rural to urban migration, transnational migration, the maintenance of transnational ties, and cross-border social formations. Reviews the dynamics of globalization through case studies and film. Term offered: spring. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3006 - Sustainable Development and Equity


    Investigates theories, policies and discourses of development and equity and their relationship to health, socio-environmental problems. Considers the connections between green environmental knowledge and neoliberalism, the success and failures of development along public health, economic equality, social justice and ecological lines. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3008 - Contemporary World Problems: An Anthropological Perspective


    This course examines contemporary problems confronting humanity from an anthropological perspective - a historical, holistic and comparative framework that will be used to critically assess these issues and identify forces driving them. Problems to be addressed include climate and environmental change, resource depletion, and poverty and inequality. Prereq: Junior standing or higher. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3042 - Lost Worlds and Crystal Skulls


    This class explores the differences between science and pseudoscience specifically within the realm of anthropology. Scientific method and critical thought are employed in a way that trains students to question and recognize the difference between fact and fiction in data. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3045 - Cannabis Culture


    Familiarizes students with anthropological approaches to the culture of cannabis, including medicinal and recreational. Topics: history, cultural uses, legalization, cannabis capitalism, health effects, race and inequality, regulatory policies, retailing and consumption. Ethnographic research for data collection emphasized. Term offered: summer. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3101 - Foundations of Cultural Anthropology


    Covers current theories in cultural anthropology and discusses the nature of field work. Major schools of thought and actual field studies are explored with an emphasis on anthropological data gathering, analysis and writing. Prereq: ANTH 2102. Term offered: fall. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3121 - Language, Culture, and Communication


    Definitions of language and communication and their relationship to human behavior, thought and culture. The classification of languages, linguistic universals, language acquisition, multilingualism, and nonhuman communication, with consideration of the evolutionary implications of such studies. Prereq: ANTH 2102. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3142 - Cultural Diversity in the Modern World


    An in-depth analysis of the phenomena of culture and application of the culture concept to understanding cultural diversity in the modern world. Applies the concept of culture to several basic aspects of human social life, for example: social class and gender relations, ethnicity, racism and sexism, education, health and economic behavior. Students explore these issues in the context of case studies of particular groups and/or communities, focusing primarily on the diversity of cultural expression in contemporary U.S. Note: This course may count for the International Studies major or minor. See your INTS advisor for more information. Term offered: fall, spring, summer. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3150 - Special Topics in Medical Anthropology


    Seminar series on current issues in medical anthropology. Faculty offer a range of different courses, including the political economy of drugs, health and human rights, and reproductive health. Prereq: ANTH 2102. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3200 - Human Migration: Nomads, Sojourners, and Settlers


    Explores the relationship between human migration, voluntary and forced and social organization and culture in the modern world. Case studies include pastoralists, foragers, refugees, immigrants, sojourners and settlers and their impact on health, culture, identity, ethnicity, tradition and nationality. Cross-listed with PBHL 3200. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3202 - Anthropology of Health Care Policy


    Uses the tools and methods of cultural anthropology to analyze health care reform in the U.S. We examine analyses of the current health care system, debates over its reform, compare the US health care system to that of health care systems worldwide. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3210 - Urban Food Systems and Sustainability


    Urbanites are increasingly removed from the complex of factors that provide us food. Being concerned about sustainability, we need to understand the complex webs in food systems and their implications for the health and natural systems. This problem-based course will wrestle with urban food systems organized to address the 3 E’s of sustainability: environmental, economic, and equity. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
  
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    ANTH 3250 - Climate, Environment and Society


    This course will engage social theory and case studies to examine Climate Change, its impact and consequences for human life, and what communities and societies are doing to address it. Max hours: 3 Credits. Semester Hours: 3 to 3
 

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