Course Electives (Updated June 2012) 

Students must complete one (1) course from four (4) academic areas. Students may begin taking LED electives in their freshman year.  Several electives can be counted for Basic Studies or the student’s major AND the leadership studies minor.  An LED elective may not also count as an elective in a second academic minor.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ASL 101 American Sign Language
ASL 102 American Sign Language

ANTHROPOLOGY
ANT 206 Cultural Anthropology
ANT 208 Language & Culture
ANT 250 World Cultures Through Film
ANT 303 Culture and Gender
ANT 327 Globalization & Culture Change

ART HISTORY
ARH 206 The Artist in Film
ARH 381 Classical Myth in Western Art

BIOLOGY
BIO 150 Humans and Ecology
BIO 160 Genetics in Human Affairs
BIO 478 Global Environmental Problems

BUSINESS LAW
BLA 261 Law and Society

CLINICAL RESEARCH
CLR 330 Fundamentals of Product Development

COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COM 101 Public Speaking
COM 223 Mediation and Conflict Management
COM 245/COM 246 Communication w/the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired
COM 344/COM 390 Intercultural Communication
COM 358 Diversity in Public Communication

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRM 110 Crime and Justice Issues
CRM 320 Criminal Courts
CRM 370 Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice Policy
CRM 380 Criminal Law
CRM 390 Media, Crime, and Justice
CRM 405 Criminal Justice Administration

ECONOMICS
ECN 221 Principles of Economics – Micro

EDUCATION
EDN 265 Culture, Advocacy and Policy for ESL Teachers
EDN 301 Instructional Design and Evaluation
EDN 307 ESL Topics for Non-ESL Teachers
EDN 310 School-Community Relations
EDN 319 Meeting Needs of Special Students in Elementary Schools
EDN 320 Diverse Learners
EDN 321 Meeting Needs of Special Students in High Schools

ENGLISH
ENG 204 Introduction to Professional Writing
ENG 312 Writing for Business
ENG 313 Writing about Sciences
ENG 314 Writing and Technology
ENG 317 Writing about Film
ENG 318 Writing and Activism
ENG 322 Language and Meaning

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
EVS 205 Global Environmental Issues
EVS 360 Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
EVS 361 History and Philosophy of Natural Resources Management
EVS 370 (PSY 370) Environmental Psychology
EVS 476 Topics and Issues in Sustainability

EXERCISE SCIENCE
EXS 379 Sport, Physical Activity and the Law

FILM STUDIES
FST 204 The Business of Film
FST 304 Legal Issues in Film and Entertainment Law

FINANCE
FIN 235 Personal Finance

FOREIGN LANGUAGE
FLL 292 (With LED Coordinator Approval)

FRENCH
FRH 494 French Study Abroad III (3 credits minimum/maximum)

GEOGRAPHY
GGY 140 Introduction to Human Geography
GGY 270 Principles of Land Use Planning
GGY 317 Urban Geography
GGY 346 The Geography of U.S. Race Relations
GGY 350 World Political Geography
GGY 360 Tourism and the Environment

GEOLOGY
GLY 250 Oceans and Coasts
GLY 458 Introduction to Coastal Management
GLY 489 Contemporary Issues in Geoscience

GERMAN
GER 494 German Study Abroad III (3 credits minimum/maximum)

GERONTOLOGY
GRN 440 Current Issues in Gerontology
GRN 446 Health Care Access for the Elderly

HEALTH
HEA 234 Principles of Health Education
HEA 240 Current Topics in Health
HEA 301 Introduction to Community Health
HEA 304 Comprehensive School Health Education
HEA 320 Foundations in Global Health

HISTORY
HST 204/HST 237 Women in Modern America
HST 208 Jewish History from 1492 to the Present
HST 209/HST 261 Afro-American History
HST 250 North Carolina Indians
HST 329 Issues in Modern Science: Race, Religion, and Politics
HST 340 Race, Gender, and Citizenship
HST 359 (PAR 353) Religious Reform in Modern America

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
INB 494 International Business Study Abroad (3 credits minimum/maximum)

LEADERSHIP
LED 495 Selected Topics in Leadership
LED 491-Directed Independent Study in Leadership

MANAGEMENT
MGT 350 Principles of Management
MGT 352 International Management
MGT 358 Organizational Behavior

MARKETING
MKT 340 Principles of Marketing

MATH
MAT 395 Problem Solving in Mathematics

NURSING
NRS 405/NRS 406 Leadership & Management in Nursing
NRS 445 Nursing in Barbados

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION
PAR 115 Introduction to Ethics
PAR 211 Philosophy of Human Nature
PAR 215 Bioethics
PAR 220 Race and Social Justice
PAR 225 Women and Religion
PAR 230 Judaism, Islam, & Christianity
PAR 232 Asian Religions
PAR 233 African Religions
PAR 242 Religion in America
PAR 244 Caribbean Religions
PAR 313 Social and Political Philosophy
PAR 315 Media Ethics
PAR 353 (HST 359) Religious Reform in Modern America
PAR 355 Southern Religion

PHYSICAL EDUCATON
PED 379 (EXS 379) Sport, Physical Activity and the Law
PED 415Adapted Physical Activity
PED 435 Sport Management
PED 460 Sport and Exercise Psychology

POLITICAL SCIENCE
PLS 202 Contemporary American Political Issues
PLS 209 Environmental Politics
PLS 217 Ethics and Leadership in Public Life
PLS 218 Ethics in International Affairs
PLS 222 Contemporary International Political Issues
PLS 308 Public Administration
PLS 310 Legal Philosophy and Jurisprudence
PLS 316 Women and Politics
PLS 340 Blacks in American Politics
PLS 402 U.S. Immigration Politics
PLS 426 International Law
PLS 428 Global Terrorism
PLS 494 Transnational Politics Study Abroad II (3 credits minimum/maximum)

PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 211 Perception and Cognition
PSY 246 Psychology of Personality
PSY 264/PSY 365 Social Psychology
PSY 270/PSY 470 Cross-Cultural Psychology
PSY 271 Psychology of Human Diversity
PSY 336 Industrial Psychology
PSY 366 Close Relations
PSY 370 (EVS 370) Environmental Psychology
PSY 465 Community Psychology

PARKS & RECREATION
REC 270 Program Planning and Evaluation
REC 303 Inclusive Recreation Services
REC 352 Commercial Recreation and Tourism Entrepreneurship
REC 375 Leadership Management of Parks and Recreation Services
REC 381 Event Management for Recreation Services
REC 392 Organization and Leadership of Recreational Sports
REC 395 Instructional Methods in Recreational Sports
REC 494 Study Abroad in Parks and Recreation Management (3 credits minimum/maximum)

THERAPUTIC RECREATION
RTH 375/RTH 475 Leadership Management of Recreation Therapy Services
RTH 468 Program Planning and Evaluation in Recreation Therapy
RTH 494 Study Abroad in Recreation Therapy (3 credits minimum/maximum)

SECONDARY EDUCATION
SEC 210 Diverse Learners
SEC 410 ESL Topics for Secondary Teachers

SOCIOLOGY
SOC 215 Modern Social Problems
SOC 220 Sociology of Death and Dying
SOC 240 Individuals and Societies in a Global World
SOC 250 Issues in Social Justice
SOC 303 Media and Society
SOC 306 Sociology of Culture
SOC 325 Racial and Ethnic Group Relations
SOC 326 Collective Behavior and Social Movements
SOC 337 Medical Sociology
SOC 340 Organizations in Modern Society
SOC 345 Sociology of the Family
SOC 346 Sociology of Religion
SOC 347 Sociology of Education
SOC 348 Sociology of Art
SOC 349 Sociology of Children and Childhood
SOC 350 Gender and Society
SOC 365 Social Psychology
SOC 366 Social Change
SOC 370 Sociology through Film

SOCIAL WORK
SWK 235 Introduction to the Social Welfare System
SWK 240 Basic Working Relationship Skills
SWK 311 Child Abuse and Neglect
SWK 316 Generalist Social Work in Rural Communities
SWK 319 Ethical Decision Making in Social Work Practice
SWK 335 Social Welfare Policies
SWK 341 Generalist Social Work with Individuals and Families
SWK 355 Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice

SPECIAL EDUCATION
SEC 352 Behavioral Development
SED 354 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
SED 375 Collaboration Strategies in Special Education

WOMEN’S STUDIES
WGS 212 Sexuality and Gender



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