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In this course, students will survey the principal historical developments in the United States from the end of Reconstruction in 1877 to the present.
This course is a study of social disorganization and pathology, factors which weaken human societies in the contemporary world.
CM202 is the second semester, second year Chamorro course which is a continuation of CM201 Intermediate Chamorro I. Vocabulary development and expansion continues in four designated specia- lized areas; however, the primary emphasis is on comprehending and utilizing more advanced language structures. Prerequisite: CM201.
Acting II is a continuation of TH102. It offers continued work on character development, scene study, and moves into advanced improvisational techniques. Prereqisite: TH102 (with grade of B or better) or consent of instructor.
This course is primarily concerned with the principles and concepts of physical geography, and stresses the patterns and interrelationships of climate, vegetation, soils and landforms. Emphasis is placed on geographic processes which have tropical and Pacific relevance. Three lecture hours and three-hour weekly laboratory or field trips.
This course is an introduction to experimental design, methods, and statistics used in psychological research. Prerequisite: PY101.
This course covers the functioning of Public Administration and Management in government structures; the history and environ- ment of Public Administration and Management in the U.S. and in the Government of Guam; the development and application of concepts, principles, and techniques of Public Administration and Management in the public sector; and problems, issues, needs, achievements in Public Administration and Management.
An introduction to poetry, the short story and the novel. Prerequisite: EN110.
THIS COURSE INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO THE BROAD FIELD OF COMMUNICATION. IT PROVIDES THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE COMMUNICATIONS PROCESS IN THE INTRA-PERSONAL, INTERPERSONAL, SMALL GROUP, ORGANIZATIONAL, MASS, AND PUBLIC COMMUNICATION CONTEXTS. THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURE, SOCIO- PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS UNDERLYING THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS ARE INTRODUCED. AN EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON DEVELOPING SKILLS IN PUBLIC COMMUNICATION, INCLUDING SPEECH PREPARATION AND ACTIVE LISTENING. A MINIMUM OF THREE ORAL PRESENTATIONS IS REQUIRED. PREREQUISITE: EN 110 PLACEMENT
THIS COURSE IS THE LABORATORY COMPONENT OF PY210. THEY MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY. THE LAB MEETS FOR THREE HOURS EACH WEEK. STUDENTS LEARN APA WRITING STYLE, CONDUCT EXPERIMENTS, ANALYZE DATA WRITE REPORTS, AND PRESENT RESULTS. COREQUISITE: PY 210. PREREQUISITE: PY101