Catalog 2017-2018

Off-Campus Courses

Teaching Faculty

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Description

Courses in this section are approved by the Hendrix faculty for particular off-campus programs sponsored by Hendrix or another insitution with which we have a consortial agreement. Consult the Office of the Registrar for additional information.

Program Course Listings

The courses for this program are organized into the following categories:

Accademia dell' Arte

The following courses at the Accademia dell' Arte are approved for transfer: 

ANTH I20 Explore, Understand, & Document Culture Tuscany
ARTH I35 The History of Renaissance Art
ARTH I70 Art History
ARTS I20 Painting*
ARTS I30 Intermediate Painting
ARTS I31 Sculpting
ARTS I60 Beginning Drawing
DANC I25 Dance Technique and Performance*
DANC I30 Cultural Dance Studies*
DANC I35 Extended Performance Topics: Dance*
ENGC I39 Creative Writing
ENGL I35 Shakespeare in Italy
FILM I20 Digi-Realism: Filmmaking in Arezzo* 
FILM I22 Cinema and the Mezzogiorno* 
FILM-I30 Digi-Realism
ITAL 110 Italian Language
ITAL 120 Italian Language-Inter.
ITAL I10 Italian Language I* 
ITAL I11 Italian Language II* 
ITAL I15 Italian Arts and Culture
ITAL 20 Italian Language-Inter.
LBST I20 Renaissance Mosaic* 
MUSA I30 Applied Skills: Voice* 
MUSA I40 Applied Skills - Voice* 
MUSA I42 Applied Skills - Horn* 
MUSA I44 Applied Skills - Guitar* 
MUSI I20 The Sonic Partner: Musician as Creator & Collaborator 
MUSI I31 Basic Conducting* 
MUSI I35 Sonic Landscape I* 
MUSI I36 Sonic Landscape II* 
MUSI I41 Music History Before 1750* 
PHIL I20 Philosophy of Art and Performance* 
TART I14 Foundations in Commedia
TART I15 Commedia Dell' Arte: Acting I* 
TART I16 Commedia Dell'Arte: Acting II* 
TART I20 Voice and Performance* 
TART I24 Mask Making* 
TART I25 Masked Theatre Topics I*
TART I30 Applied Skills: Theatre*
TART I35 Extended Performance Topics: Theatre*

*Course descriptions can be found here

 

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Army ROTC with the University of Central Arkansas

MSCI 101

Foundations of Officership (w/lab)

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 1101.

MSCI 102

Basic Leadership (w/lab)

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 1102.

MSCI 201

Individual Leadership St (w/lab)

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 2201.

MSCI 301

Leadership & Prob Solving (w/lab)

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 3301.

MSCI 401

Leadership & Management (w/lab)

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 4301.

MSCI 430

Advanced Officership I

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 4303.

MSCI 431

Advanced Officership II

This course is taken at the University of Central Arkansas as MILS 4304.

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Costa Rica Summer Program

BIOL 106

Neotropical Biology (w/Lab)

An introduction to the diversity, structure, function, and history of tropical ecosystems. Students cannot also receive credit for BIOL 102 Natural History.

Natural Science Inquiry with Lab NS-L
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Hendrix Courses for Study Abroad Programs

GERM 215

Language Immersion in Germany

German 215 is a month-long language immersion course taught as part of the Hendrix-in-Bonn summer program abroad. Students focus on rapid improvement of their speaking and listening comprehension skills by attending a four-week intensive language course taught by Goethe Institute instructors in Bonn, Germany. Dr. Oudekerk promotes and assess individual student progress on-site and assigns a pass-fail grade. GERM 215 counts towards graduation, but cannot be used to fulfill German major or minor requirements. Prerequisite: GERM 120 or equivalent. Co-requisite: GERM 315.

GERM 120 or equivalent. Co-requisite: GERM 315.
GERM 315

Cultural Immersion in Germany

Germany 315 is a month-long cultural immersion course taught as part of the Hendrix-in-Bonn summer program abroad. After doing extensive pre-departure readings on both German cultural history and contemporary German, students explore the richness of German culture on-site. Multiple weekly excursions to different cities, museums, and historical sites, followed by student-led debriefings, provide the framework for students to investigate collaboratively countless challenging aspects of both historical Germany and contemporary daily life. May be used to fulfill German major or minor requirements. Prerequisite: GERM 120 or equivalent. Co-requisite: GERM 215.

GERM 120 or equivalent. Co-requisite: GERM 215.
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Public Health BA/MPH Degree Program with UAMS College of Public Health

The following courses at the Boozman College of Public Health, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, are approved for transfer as part of the combined BA/MPH degree in Public Health:

BIOS 5013 Biostatistics I

ENVH 5102  Environmental and Occupational Health  

EPID 5112 Epidemiology I

HBHE 5104 Introduction Health Behavior and Health Education

HPMT 5103 The Health Care System

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The Washington Center Program

AMST 385

Special Topics in American Studies

This course is reserved for participation in the Washington Center Program. The student receives one academic credit for satisfactorily completing the academic course offered by the Program. For more information, see Engaged Learning Opportunities, The Washington Center.

AMST 386

A Capital Odyssey

This course is reserved for participate in the Washington Center Program; it utilizes the framework of Odyssey categories and a place-based, experiential approach to study governance, culture and society in the nation’s capital. For more information, see Engaged Learning Opportunities: The Washington Center.

Special Projects SP
POLI 497

Senior Research Seminar-WII

This senior year seminar course is centered on independent research projects in the discipline. Departmental faculty and other seniors give input and critiques as a student completes a significant piece of original research, with a view to formally presenting it at a research conference. Prerequisite: POLI 303 or 400.

POLI 303 or 400.
Writing Level 2 W2
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