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CLASS Course Descriptions

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences


CLASS Course Descriptions

Below is a list of courses from the Course Catalog for the College of Liberal Arts & Social Science.


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  • LN 440G TOPICS IN LINGUISTICS

    COURSES INCLUDED UNDER THIS UMBRELLA COURSE PROVIDE UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS WITH ADVANCED STUDY OF SPECIFIC TOPICS WITHIN THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE. THESE TOPICS FOCUS ATTENTION ON LANGUAGE USE, LANGUAGE ANALYSIS, AND LANGUAGE LEARNING. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE PAID, WHERE POSSIBLE, TO PACIFIC LANGUAGES AND CULTURES. THE COURSE MAY BE REPEATED WHEN TOPICS VARY. PREREQUISITE: LN300 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.

  • MI 502 HISTORY OF MICRONESIA

    This course provides a comprehensive understanding of a thematic historical approach of the Micronesian region. A critical examination of the various forms of historical evidence, both indigenous and Western, pertaining to the region will be addressed. Prerequisite: GRADUATE STANDING OR SENIOR LEVEL OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.

  • MI 503 CONTEMPORARY ISSUES & PROBLEMS

    This course provides students and in depth understanding of contemporary issues and problems facing Micronesian society: economic development, political status and change, ethnicity and population shift, resources and environment, social and health problems. Prerequisite: GRADUATE STANDING OR SENIOR LEVEL OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.

  • MI 513 RESRCH METHO IN SOC SCIENCES

    Basic research design, sampling techniques, survey procedures, and systematic observation strategies are presented. A strong emphasis is placed on writing skills and the oral presentation of research findings. Prerequisite: GRADUATE STANDING OR SENIOR LEVEL OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR

  • MI 518 RELIGION,MAGIC & MYTH IN MICRO

    This course surveys the traditional religions of Micronesia, with emphasis on myth and ritual. Analysis of select samples of traditional ritual and myth from primary sources. Critical analysis is emphasized. Prerequisite: one proseminar course or consent of instructor.

  • MI 599B READINGS IN MICRO STUDIES

    This course provides students an initial opportunity to explore, via a schedule of in-depth readings, a range of topics and resource management; human services and community health; social, political, and economic issues; and culture, history, language, and the arts. Prerequisite: MI 501, MI 502, MI 503 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR

  • MI 691A Seminar in Micronesian Studies

    This course provides students an opportunity to pursue in-depth reading and individualized or small group research projects on selected topics in cultural ecology and resource management; human services and community health; social, political, and economic issues; and culture, history, language, and the arts. Prerequisite: MI501, 502, 503, 599 or consent of instructor.

  • MI 691B SEM IN MS: SRCS SCRS HI OF MI

    This course provides students an opportunity to pursue in-depth reading and individualized or small group research projects on selected topics in cultural ecology and resource management; human services and community health; social, political, and economic issues; and culture, history, language, and the arts. Prerequisite: MI501, 502, 503, 599 or consent of instructor.

  • MU 101 MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS

    An applied introduction to the fundamental elements of music. Students will learn the basics of music reading, dictation, com- position and score familiarization in this studio course through project work. Western musical literature and its instruments will be surveyed.

  • MU 102 World Music

    This course is an exploration into the music of various cultures of the world. A vast array of music will be heard from all continents except Antarctica. No previous music experience or music reading ability is necessary. There are no Prerequisites.

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