The college catalog is a very important document given to you by the University administration. It is the document that sets forth the academic requirements the student has to meet in order to garner a degree in the institution. You are given a catalog dated on the year you enter the university, and it governs your whole academic progress. It is essential to read and understand it, and to keep a copy handy for reference and for your records.
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This course surveys the political, socio-cultural, economic, and military history of Guam and people since ancient times, reviewing historical changes through the eras of Spanish, Japanese and American colonial rule.
This introductory course enables students to understand and properly use the camera and darkroom with emphasis on composition and visual communications. Prerequisite: Students must have a 35mm SLR camera with interchangeable lenses.
THIS COURSE EXAMINES SIGNIFICANT MYTHS, LEGENDS, AND FOLKLORE FROM NUMEROUS WORLD CULTURES, INCLUDING AFRICA, ASIA (FOCUSING ON GUAM, MICRONESIA, AND THE PACIFIC REGION), EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA. THE COURSE EMPHASIZES MYTHOLOGY'S INFLUENCE UPON ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE, MYTHOLOGY'S RELEVANCE TO LITERARY STUDY, AND MYTHOLOGY'S ROLE IN SHAPING POPULAR CULTURE (INCLUDING DRAMA, FILM, TELEVISION, AND ONLINE MEDIA). PREREQUISITE: EN110
This is an introductory course that investigates exceptionalities, including gifted as well as disabling conditions. This course will focus on types of exceptionalities, etiological factors, dynamics, incidence, and the psychological implications of the various exceptionalities on the individuals, the family, including those with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and the social environment. Special Education majors must complete ED215 and 292 prior to taking higher-level Special Education courses. SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJORS MUST COMPLETE ED-215 AND 292 PRIOR TO TAKING HIGHER-LEVEL SPECIAL EDUCATION COURSES.
This course is a study of ceramic materials and processes. Emphasis is on developing the student's skills and creativity.
This is a philosophy methods course on ethical reasoning and an essential course for anyone interested in personal, social, or professional ethics. It examines classical and contemporary writings on such standard moral concerns as theories of moral conduct, moral education, and moral justification.
THIS IS A PROFESIONAL PREPARATION COURSE PROVIDING INSTRUCTION IN A VARIETY OF TEAM SPORTS THAT ARE INCLUDED IN SCHOOLS. ANALYSIS OF SKILLS, DRILLS, STRATEGIES, AND RULES ARE ADDRESSED AS WELL TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS AND SKILL LEVELS. COURSE MEETS TWICE WEEKLY FOR ONE HOUR AND 50 MINUTES PER CLASS PERIOD. PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF EN110 WITH A GRADE OF "C" OR ABOVE.
This course focuses on applying Security Management concepts and techniques to modern business and public sector operations. The course emphasizes security practices and crime control functions in a business and/or government environment.
The study of the theory and practice of human listening. Designed to assess individual listening behavior and to apply principles of listening for self improvement. Prerequisite: CO210 or consent of instructor.
This survey course seeks to prepare students for the kinds of critical writing done in upper-level literature and humanities courses by introducing them to methods and concepts of critical thought from classical contemporary approaches. Prerequisite: EN111