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    Anderson University
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog (Under Construction)

Academic Courses


 

Spanish

   •  SPA 211 - Intermediate Spanish Language & Culture 1
   •  SPA 212 - Intermediate Spanish Language & Culture 2
   •  SPA 305 - Advanced Conversation and Composition
   •  SPA 310 - Oral Spanish Practice 1
   •  SPA 321 - Survey of Spanish Literature 1
   •  SPA 322 - Survey of Spanish Literature 2
   •  SPA 325 - Survey of Spanish American Literature
   •  SPA 326 - Survey of Spanish American Literature 2
   •  SPA 341 - Spanish Civilization
   •  SPA 342 - Spanish American Civilization
   •  SPA 405 - Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition
   •  SPA 410 - Oral Spanish Practice 2
   •  SPA 450 - Topics in Hispanic Literature
   •  SPA 490 - Seminar

Special Education

   •  EDS 204 - American Sign Language I
   •  EDS 205 - American Sign Language II
   •  EDS 220 - Special Education Foundations
   •  EDS 335 - Characteristics of Individuals with Learning Disabilities
   •  EDS 365 - Characteristics of Individuals with Emotional or Behavior Disorders
   •  EDS 370 - Characteristics of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
   •  EDS 395 - Practicum in Elementary Special Education: Learning Disabilities
   •  EDS 396 - Practicum in Secondary Special Education: Intellectual Disabilities and Emotional/Behavior Disabilities
   •  EDS 420 - Methods for Teaching Reading in Special Education
   •  EDS 445 - Adapted Physical Education for Students with Disabilities
   •  EDS 452 - Methods for Teaching Math in Special Education
   •  EDS 453 - Methods for Teaching Middle/High School Special Education
   •  EDS 460 - Assessment for Eligibility and Instructional Decisions in Special Education
   •  EDS 465 - Classroom Management and Behavioral Intervention in Special Education

The Washington Center

Students who participate in The Washington Center earn 12 hours of credit for the internship and program activities. In addition, TWC requires students to take a 3-credit course during the semester making a semester total of 15 hours of earned credit. For this additional course, a Transient Course Work form with required signatures must be completed and submitted to the Registrar’s Office in order for these hours to be reflected on the University transcript.

   •  TWC 395 - Washington Center Experience
   •  TWC 495 - Washington Center Experience

Theatre

   •  THE 101(1-8) - Theatre Practicum
   •  THE 102 - Acting 1
   •  THE 103 - Acting for Non-Majors
   •  THE 105 - Freshman Showcase
   •  THE 110 - Theatre Appreciation
   •  THE 120 - Theatre Forms
   •  THE 130 - Stagecraft
   •  THE 145 - Jazz I
   •  THE 155 - Tap I
   •  THE 160 - Modern I
   •  THE 170 - Ballet I
   •  THE 180 - Dance Ensemble
   •  THE 202 - Acting II
   •  THE 204 - Auditions
   •  THE 205 - Actor's Lab
   •  THE 206 - Voice & Movement I
   •  THE 207 - Voice & Movement II
   •  THE 225 - Participation in Production
   •  THE 230 - Stage Management
   •  THE 231 - Stage Electrics
   •  THE 232 - Scenic Painting
   •  THE 233 - Rendering
   •  THE 235 - Stage Makeup
   •  THE 236 - Costume Construction
   •  THE 238 - Introduction Drafting for Theatre
   •  THE 240 - Script and Character Analysis
   •  THE 245 - Jazz II
   •  THE 250 - Musical Theatre Workshop
   •  THE 252 - Musical Theatre Repertoire
   •  THE 255 - Tap II
   •  THE 260 - Modern II
   •  THE 265 - Ballet II
   •  THE 270 - Choreography and Composition
   •  THE 275 - Body Conditioning for the Actor/Dancer
   •  THE 302 - Acting III
   •  THE 305 - Acting for Film and Television
   •  THE 314 - Stage Combat
   •  THE 315 - Improvisation
   •  THE 316 - Dialects for the Stage
   •  THE 317 - Costume Design
   •  THE 320 - History of American Musical Theatre
   •  THE 321 - Theatre History I
   •  THE 322 - Theatre History II
   •  THE 325 - Scenic Design
   •  THE 331 - Lighting Design
   •  THE 335 - Period Styles
   •  THE 340 - Play Directing
   •  THE 343 - Creative Dramatics
   •  THE 345 - Jazz III
   •  THE 351 - Musical Theatre Song Study
   •  THE 355 - Tap III
   •  THE 360 - Theatre Ministry
   •  THE 361 - Modern III
   •  THE 370 - Ballet III
   •  THE 375 - Advanced Choreography
   •  THE 380 - Musical Theatre Auditions
   •  THE 402 - Acting IV - Meisner Method
   •  THE 403 - Shakespeare in Performance
   •  THE 432 - Acting V - Scene Study: Chekhov Method
   •  THE 435 - Theatre as a Business
   •  THE 440 - Directing II
   •  THE 442 - Musical Theatre Scene Study
   •  THE 445 - Jazz IV
   •  THE 455 - Tap IV
   •  THE 460 - Modern IV
   •  THE 470 - Ballet IV
   •  THE 475 - Master Class for Dance
   •  THE 478 - Dance Pedagogy
   •  THE 480 - New York City Symposium
   •  THE 490 - Advanced Topics Seminar
 

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