Jun 20, 2018  
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19 
    
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19

Course Descriptions


The course information (including course titles, descriptions, credit hours, requisites, repeat/retake information, and active status) contained in this catalog is effective as of Fall Semester 2017-18. This information is subject to change at the discretion of Ohio University.

 

Civil Engineering

   •  CE 3420 - Applied Hydraulics & Hydrology
   •  CE 3530 - Basics of Environmental Engineering
   •  CE 3610 - Transportation Engineering
   •  CE 3700 - Geotechnical Engineering
   •  CE 3710 - Soil Engineering Laboratory
   •  CE 3800 - Civil Engineering Materials
   •  CE 4000 - Societal Concerns in Civil Engineering
   •  CE 4100 - Applied Boundary Surveying
   •  CE 4110 - Legal Principles in Boundary Location
   •  CE 4150 - Geodetic Surveying
   •  CE 4160 - Construction Estimating & Equipment
   •  CE 4170 - Construction Planning and Scheduling
   •  CE 4190 - Project Development, Contracts, and Law
   •  CE 4240 - Strength of Materials II
   •  CE 4280 - Experimental Methods in Civil Engineering
   •  CE 4320 - Structural Design in Concrete
   •  CE 4330 - Structural Design in Steel
   •  CE 4370 - Timber Design
   •  CE 4380 - Prestressed Concrete Design
   •  CE 4450 - Flow Routing
   •  CE 4500 - Water & Wastewater Engineering
   •  CE 4510 - In-Situ Remediation
   •  CE 4530 - Solid & Hazardous Waste Management
   •  CE 4540 - Sustainable Construction
   •  CE 4570 - Water Resources Engineering
   •  CE 4580 - Water Quality Engineering
   •  CE 4630 - Introduction to Highway Safety
   •  CE 4640 - Transportation Planning Fundamentals
   •  CE 4680 - Traffic Signal Systems
   •  CE 4710 - Foundation Engineering
   •  CE 4740 - Soil Mechanics Laboratory
   •  CE 4760 - Soil Stabilization
   •  CE 4770 - Rock Mechanics and Design
   •  CE 4820 - Paving Materials and Mixtures
   •  CE 4830 - Principles of Pavement Design
   •  CE 4900 - Special Topics in Civil Engineering
   •  CE 4910 - Senior Design- Land Development
   •  CE 4911 - Senior Design–Environmental/Water Resources
   •  CE 4912 - Senior Design–Structures and Foundations
   •  CE 4913 - Senior Design- Special Project
   •  CE 4918 - Undergraduate Internship in CE
   •  CE 4940 - CE Undergraduate Research Experience

Classical Archaeology

   •  CLAR 1110 - The Wonders of the Ancient Mediterranean
   •  CLAR 2110 - Greek Archaeology
   •  CLAR 2120 - Roman Archaeology
   •  CLAR 2130 - Near Eastern and Egyptian Archaeology
   •  CLAR 2900 - Special Topics in Classical Archaeology
   •  CLAR 3610 - Greek Cities and Sanctuaries
   •  CLAR 3620 - The Archaeology of Roman Cities
   •  CLAR 3630 - Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology
   •  CLAR 3640 - Craft and Technology in the Roman World
   •  CLAR 3650 - Technology in Greek and Roman Society
   •  CLAR 3660 - Archaeology and Art: Contexts and Controversies
   •  CLAR 3710 - Ancient Rome: Development of the City from the 8th Century B.C. to the 4th Century A.D.
   •  CLAR 4900 - Special Topics in Classical Archaeology
   •  CLAR 4930 - Independent Study in Classical Archaeology

Classics and World Religions

   •  CLWR 1810 - Introduction to the Study of Religion
   •  CLWR 2210 - Difficult Dialogues: Religious Beliefs
   •  CLWR 2220 - Difficult Dialogues: Religion, Gender and Sexuality
   •  CLWR 2230 - What is Evil?
   •  CLWR 2300 - The Global Occult: Ghosts, Demonology, and the Paranormal in World Religions
   •  CLWR 2900 - Special Topics in Classics and World Religions
   •  CLWR 3310 - Old Testament
   •  CLWR 3320 - New Testament
   •  CLWR 3330 - Introduction to Islam
   •  CLWR 3340 - Hinduism
   •  CLWR 3350 - Buddhism
   •  CLWR 3360 - Theories of Religion
   •  CLWR 3450 - Self-denial and Religion: Virgins, Monks, Hermits and other Ascetics
   •  CLWR 3460 - Religion and Violence
   •  CLWR 3470 - Gandhi and the Gita: The Religious Roots of Nonviolent Resistance in Colonial India
   •  CLWR 3480 - The History of Yoga: From Ancient Discipline to Modern Movement
   •  CLWR 3610 - American Religions
   •  CLWR 3850J - Writing on Religion
   •  CLWR 4330 - Political Islam
   •  CLWR 4340 - Sufism-Mysticism and Asceticism in Islam
   •  CLWR 4350 - Women in Buddhist Traditions
   •  CLWR 4410 - Contemporary Religious Thought
   •  CLWR 4420 - Religious Experience
   •  CLWR 4430 - Women and Religion
   •  CLWR 4440 - Taoism and Confucianism
   •  CLWR 4450X - Sex and the Bible
   •  CLWR 4710 - African Religions
   •  CLWR 4810 - Myth, Ritual, and Symbolism
   •  CLWR 4820 - Thinking About Death: Belief and Practice
   •  CLWR 4900 - Special Topics in World Religions
   •  CLWR 4930 - Independent Study
   •  CLWR 4931H - Departmental Honors Thesis

Classics in English

   •  CLAS 2110 - Greek and Latin Roots in Biomedical Terminology
   •  CLAS 2300 - Heroes – Classical Literature in Translation
   •  CLAS 2310 - Human Aspirations Among the Greeks and Romans
   •  CLAS 2340 - Classical Mythology
   •  CLAS 2510 - Ancient Jerusalem: From Solomon to Suleiman
   •  CLAS 2520 - Classical Athens
   •  CLAS 2530 - Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World
   •  CLAS 2540 - Rome Under the Caesars
   •  CLAS 2550 - Pagan to Christian in Late Antiquity
   •  CLAS 2900 - Special Topics in Classics in English
   •  CLAS 2970T - Classics HTC Tutorial
   •  CLAS 2971T - Classics HTC Tutorial
 

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