Summer School 2014

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Departments G-J

German and Russian

German 001/002. (0,0) Designed for graduate students and motivated undergraduate students who will need a reading knowledge of German in their academic fields or professions (religion, Divinity School, philosophy, music, English, etc.).  Extensive training in understanding and translating German texts into English ranging from simple to challenging (short texts, essays, journal articles, book chapters).  Broad overview of German grammar and important vocabulary. Preparation for German proficiency tests. No prior knowledge of German necessary. Taught in English.

               First Term (50200)/9:25-10:40 GRNE 338 Wiggers

               Second Term (50201)/9:25-10:40 GRNE 338 Wiggers

GER 113. Intensive Elementary German. (3) One semester course covering the material of GER 111 and 112.  For students whose preparation for GER 153 is inadequate or who have demostrated proficiency in another language.  Not open to students who have had GER 111 or 112.

            First Term (50639)/10:50-12:05 GRNE 341 Knight Cancelled 5-7-14

             Second Term (50640)/12:15-1:30 GRNE 341 Knight

GES 340. German Masterworks in Translation. (3) Examination of selected works of German, Austrian, and Swiss fiction in English translation by such writers as Goethe, Schiller, Kafka, Mann, and Schnitzler. Literary periods, genres, and authors vary according to instructor. Students may not receive credit towards the German major or minor for both GES 340 and GES 331.

First Term (50199)/12:15-1:30 GRNE 340 Knight

Second Term (50603)/1:40-2:55 GRNE 340 McAllister

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Health and Exercise Science

160. Beginning Golf. (1) A summer beginning golf course taught off campus at Par 3 and driving range. Clubs are provided. Travel time to site is approximately twenty minutes. First class meets in the gym, Room 208. Fee approximately $100.

First Term (50101)/ MW 12:15-1:30 Gym 208 Stroupe

Second Term (50107)/MW 12:15-1:30 Gym 208 Stroupe

310. Clinical Enternship. (2) Application of theory and methods of solving problems in a specialized area according to the student’s immediate career goals. Open only to majors. Pass/Fail only. P—POI.

First Term (50102)/TBA Katula

Second Term (50108)/TBA Katula

311. Clinical Internship. (2) A summer experience in the campus rehabilitation or clinical research programs. Work includes active participation with individuals and groups with clinical conditions such as heart disease, pulmonary disease, osteoarthritis, and obesity. Focus is on multiple intervention strategies, in conjunction with participation in physiologic monitoring of patients during therapeutic sessions. Open only to majors. Pass/Fail only. P—POI.

First Term (50103)/TBA Katula

Second Term (50109)/TBA Katula

353.  Physiology of Exercise. (3) Lecture course which presents the concepts and applications of the physiological response of the human body to physical activity.  Acute and chronic responses of the muscular and cardiorespiratory systems to exercise are examined. Topics include exercise and coronary disease, nutrition and performance, strength and endurance training, body composition, sex-related differences, and environmental influences.  P-HES 350 or POI.

            First Term (50600)/10:50-12:05 GYMN 209 Ross

382. Individual Study. (1-2) Independent study directed by a faculty adviser. The student must consult the adviser before registering for this course. HES majors only. P—POI.

First Term (50105)/TBA Katula

Second Term (50110)/TBA Katula

 

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History

102. Europe and the World in the Modern Era. (3) Survey of modern Europe from 1700 to the present. Focus varies with instructor. Credit cannot be received for both 101 and 103, or 102 and 104. (CD, D)

First Term (50586)/9:25-10:40 TRIB A104 Caron

                      (50587)/10:50-12:05 TRIB A102 Rupp cancelled 5-5-14

Second Term (50589)/9:25-10:40 TRIB A104 Bobroff

108. Americas and the World. (3) Examines North, Central and South America in global perspectives from premodern times to present with particular attention to political, economic, social, and cultural developments and interactions.  (CD, D)

Second Term (50590)/10:50-12:05 TRIB A103 Roberts

311A. Special Topics:  The Start of the First World War:  July Crisis dissected. (3) Subject varies with instructor.  May be repeated for credit if topic varies.

Second Term (50591)/12:15-1:30 TRIB A104 Bobroff

360. US History since the New Deal. (3) Political, social, and economic history of the U.S. since 1933 with emphasis on the Depression, wars at home and abroad, unionism, civil rights movements, countercultures, environmentalism, religion, the Imperical Presidency, and liberalism and conservatism.

             First Term (50588)/12:15-1:30 TRIB A104 Caron

 

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Humanities

215. Germanic and Slavic Literature. (3) Texts studied are by such authors as Von Eschenbach, Hoffman, Turgenev, Dostovsky, Ibsen, and Kafka. (D)

            First Term (50198)/10:50-12:05 GRNE 338 Wiggers 

             Second Term (50638)/12:15-1:30 GRNE 338 Carollo         

219. Introduction to Japanese Literature. (3) Major works of poetry, drama, and fiction from the classical and modern periods.  Also listed as EAL 219. (D)

             Second Term (50237)/10:50-12:05 GRNE 341 Phillips

262. Racism, Heterosexism, and Religious Intolerance (3) Through fiction and non-fiction sources, a comparative examination of the initiation, maintenance, and treatment of prejudice, with emphasis on American society from the Jim Crow era to the present.  Myths and facts, such as those related to Middle East unrest, will also be discussed.

            First Term (50423)/T R 12:15-2:55 and W 6/12 and 6/26 ARR Richman Not offered 2014

340. German Masterworks in Translation. (3) Examination of selected works of German, Austrian, and Swiss fiction in English translation by such writers as Goethe, Schiller, Kafka, Mann, and Schnitzler. Literary periods, genres, and authors vary according to instructor. Students may not receive credit towards the German major or minor for both GES 340 and GES 331.

First Term (50372)/12:15-1:30 GRNE 340 Knight

Second Term (50641)/1:40-2:55 GRNE 340 McAllister

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Italian

Journalism

289.  Special Topics in Journalism:  Travel Writing – Rome (1.5, 3)  Learn the art of travel writing in one of the world’s most popular destinations.  Explore Rome with a journalist’s eye and conduct research and interviews throughout the city.  Journalism:  catanoli@wfu.edu.  June

             First Term (xxxxx)/TBA OFFC Catanoso

 

298. Internship. (1.5) Assists students in gaining practical experience in news-related enterprises, under faculty supervision.

First Term (xxxxx)/TBA Staff

Second Term (xxxxx)/TBA Staff

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