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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 CSU East Bay Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering Key

The numbering of courses is intended to describe the level at which they are offered. Any student, however, may enroll for any course if he or she has completed the listed prerequisites, except for certain graduate courses.

Course Number Description
0800-0999 Remedial courses (not for baccalaureate degree credit)
1000-1999 Freshman level courses
2000-2999 Sophomore level courses
3000-3999 Junior level courses
4000-4999 Senior level courses
5000-5999 Postbaccalaureate and professional level courses
6000-6999 Graduate level courses
7000-7699 Upper division level Continuing Education courses1
7700-7999 Graduate level Continuing Education courses1
8000-8999 Doctoral level courses

1. See the quarterly schedule of the Continuing Education website for classes offered each quarter.

Class Hours per Week

The number of class hours a course meets per week equals the number of units listed for the course, unless otherwise indicated in the course description. (A “class hour” is 50 minutes.) Supervision courses (e.g., independent study, project, thesis) have no prescribed correspondence between class hours per week and units.

 

Theatre Arts: Theatre

   •  THEA 2211 - Asian Thought in Theatre
   •  THEA 2212 - From Stage to Screen: Dramas and the Films They Inspired
   •  THEA 2214 - The Plays of Arthur Miller
   •  THEA 2223 - Queering the Stage: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Theatre in America
   •  THEA 2225 - America on Stage
   •  THEA 2226 - Women in Performance
   •  THEA 2269 - Arts and Media of the Golden State
   •  THEA 2310 - Oral Interpretation of Literature
   •  THEA 2429 - Fundamental Backstage Technology: Practical Drafting and Model Building
   •  THEA 3000 - Theory of Theatre Performance
   •  THEA 3050 - Teleplay Acting and Production Workshop
   •  THEA 3058 - Intermediate Acting: Voice and Movement Techniques
   •  THEA 3061 - Period Acting
   •  THEA 3070 - Leadership in Cultural Production
   •  THEA 3071 - Creating a Cultural Production
   •  THEA 3072 - Cultural Groups in Performance
   •  THEA 3073 - Solo Performance: Research Methods
   •  THEA 3074 - Solo Performance: Talk Story Techniques
   •  THEA 3075 - Solo Performance: Writing about Political and Social Issues
   •  THEA 3078 - Solo Performance: Production
   •  THEA 3201 - Classical Greek and Roman Drama
   •  THEA 3202 - European Medieval and Renaissance Drama
   •  THEA 3203 - Modern European Drama
   •  THEA 3207 - Modern American Theatre
   •  THEA 3208 - Postmodern Theatre
   •  THEA 3209 - Sex, Love, and Women on Stage and in Film
   •  THEA 3217 - Theatre of Horror
   •  THEA 3220 - The History of Black Theatre
   •  THEA 3225 - Theatre Today
   •  THEA 3230 - Shakespeare on Film
   •  THEA 3253 - Theatre Through the Ages
   •  THEA 3254 - Scenery, Lights, and Sound Concepts
   •  THEA 3255 - Costumes and Makeup Concepts
   •  THEA 3256 - Directing: Text to Stage
   •  THEA 3257 - Design for Stage
   •  THEA 3310 - Interpretation of Women's and Ethnic Literature
   •  THEA 3311 - Filipino Theatre
   •  THEA 3326 - Ethnic Women Playwrights and Performers
   •  THEA 3487 - Voice for Shakespearean and Period Theatre
   •  THEA 3610 - Interpretation of Children's Literature and Story Telling
   •  THEA 3650 - Dramatic Activities for Children
   •  THEA 3660 - Children's Theatre Performance
   •  THEA 3898 - Cooperative Education
   •  THEA 3999 - Issues in Theatre
   •  THEA 4151 - Senior Festival Preproduction
   •  THEA 4152 - Senior Festival Performance
   •  THEA 4155 - Career Management Issues in Theatre Arts
   •  THEA 4375 - Ethnic and Immigrant Theatre in the United States
   •  THEA 4900 - Independent Study

Women's Studies

   •  WOST 1001 - Perspectives on Women
   •  WOST 1002 - Women in Contemporary Society
   •  WOST 1100 - Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  WOST 1200 - Perspectives on Women in the U.S.
   •  WOST 1300 - Femininity and Masculinity
   •  WOST 2100 - Theories of Sexuality
   •  WOST 2200 - Roots of Feminisms
   •  WOST 3030 - Immigrant and Refugee Women
   •  WOST 3050 - Feminist Theory
   •  WOST 3110 - Theories of Feminism I
   •  WOST 3200 - Theories of Feminism II
   •  WOST 3300 - Women, Law, Policy and Activism in the Contemporary U.S.
   •  WOST 3400 - Women and Careers
   •  WOST 3420 - Minority Women in America
   •  WOST 3440 - Women and Social Constructions of Sexuality
   •  WOST 3520 - Mothers, Daughters, and Sons
   •  WOST 3530 - Women and Their Bodies
   •  WOST 3545 - Women's Health and Health Care
   •  WOST 3550 - Women, Work, and Family Life
   •  WOST 3600 - Women and Work in the U.S.
   •  WOST 3700 - Comparative Perspectives on Global Feminisms
   •  WOST 3800 - Women and Consumption
   •  WOST 3810 - Domestic Discontents in the Contemporary U.S.
   •  WOST 3850 - Research Practices and Methods for Feminist Scholarship
   •  WOST 3900 - Violence Against Women
   •  WOST 3999 - Issues in Women's Studies
   •  WOST 4130 - Women in Midlife Transition
   •  WOST 4160 - Women and Aging
   •  WOST 4200 - Gender, Sexuality and Popular Culture in the U.S.
   •  WOST 4300 - Women and Global intersecting Structures of Oppression
   •  WOST 4500 - Feminist Thought into Action
   •  WOST 4600 - Action Research Seminar I
   •  WOST 4700 - Action Fieldwork in Women's Studies I
   •  WOST 4800 - Action Fieldwork in Women's Studies II
   •  WOST 4900 - Independent Study
   •  WOST 4910 - Action Research Seminar II
 

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