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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Nov 18, 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.

 

Dance

   •  DANC 3102 - Dance Ensemble Technique B
   •  DANC 3103 - Dance Ensemble Technique C
   •  DANC 3104 - Dance Ensemble Technique D
   •  DANC 3105 - Dance Ensemble Technique E
   •  DANC 3106 - Dance Ensemble Technique F
   •  DANC 3135 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Breakdance I
   •  DANC 3136 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Breakdance II
   •  DANC 3137 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Breakdance III
   •  DANC 3151 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Tap Dance I
   •  DANC 3152 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Tap Dance II
   •  DANC 3153 - Advanced Technique Classes: Advanced Tap Dance III
   •  DANC 3235 - Dance for Children
   •  DANC 3251 - Movement Analysis
   •  DANC 3252 - Dance Through the Ages
   •  DANC 3300 - Sex, Race, and Body Politics in Dance
   •  DANC 3330 - The Digital Stage: Dance on Camera
   •  DANC 3426 - Collaborative Dance and Theatre
   •  DANC 3451 - Dance Ensemble A
   •  DANC 3452 - Dance Ensemble B
   •  DANC 3453 - Dance Ensemble C
   •  DANC 3454 - Dance Ensemble D
   •  DANC 3455 - Dance Ensemble E
   •  DANC 3456 - Dance Ensemble F
   •  DANC 3461 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble A
   •  DANC 3462 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble B
   •  DANC 3463 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble C
   •  DANC 3464 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble D
   •  DANC 3465 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble E
   •  DANC 3466 - Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble F
   •  DANC 3999 - Issues in Dance
   •  DANC 4131 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Hip Hop Dance I
   •  DANC 4132 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Hip Hop Dance II
   •  DANC 4133 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Hip Hop Dance III
   •  DANC 4135 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Breakdance I
   •  DANC 4136 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Breakdance II
   •  DANC 4137 - Advanced Dance Technique Courses: Advanced Breakdance III
   •  DANC 4900 - Independent Study

Developmental Writing

   •  ENGL 0725 - Basic Reading and Composition for Speakers of English as a Second or Foreign Language I
   •  ENGL 0730 - Basic Reading and Composition for Speakers of English as a Second or Foreign Language II
   •  ENGL 0735 - Basic Reading and Composition for Speakers of English as a Second or Foreign Language III
   •  ENGL 0801 - The Intensive Learning Experience in Writing I
   •  ENGL 0802 - The Intensive Learning Experience in Writing II
   •  ENGL 0803 - The Intensive Learning Experience in Writing III
   •  ENGL 0910 - Developmental Writing I

Entrepreneurship

   •  ENTR 2485 - Establishing and Managing a Small Business
   •  ENTR 4485 - Establishing New Enterprises
   •  ENTR 4490 - Practicum in Small Business Management

Entrepreneurship: Graduate

   •  ENTR 6480 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship
   •  ENTR 6485 - New Venture Development
   •  ENTR 6800 - Entrepreneurship Practicum
   •  ENTR 6909 - Departmental Thesis

Economics

   •  ECON 1000 - Economics of Public Issues
   •  ECON 2301 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECON 2302 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 3000 - Micro-Economic Theory
   •  ECON 3001 - Micro-Economic Theory II
   •  ECON 3005 - Macro-Economic Theory
   •  ECON 3006 - Macro-Economics for Business
   •  ECON 3107 - Global Economic Analysis
   •  ECON 3140 - Engineering Economy
   •  ECON 3170 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 3200 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  ECON 3310 - Money, Banking, and Financial Intermediaries
   •  ECON 3370 - Public Sector Economics
   •  ECON 3375 - Public Choice: The Economics of Politics
   •  ECON 3500 - Urban Economics
   •  ECON 3551 - Managerial Economics and Business Strategy
   •  ECON 3555 - Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property
   •  ECON 3560 - Economics of Information and Organizations
   •  ECON 3680 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 3690 - Health Economics and Public Policy
   •  ECON 3898 - Cooperative Education
   •  ECON 3999 - Issues in Economics
   •  ECON 4000 - Mathematical Economics
   •  ECON 4306 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECON 4315 - Monetary Theory
   •  ECON 4400 - Introduction to Econometrics
   •  ECON 4520 - Industrial Organization and Public Policy
   •  ECON 4590 - Selected Topics in Economic Analysis
   •  ECON 4700 - International Trade
   •  ECON 4705 - International Finance
   •  ECON 4710 - International Economic Development
   •  ECON 4895 - Workshop in Economic Research
   •  ECON 4896 - Senior Research
   •  ECON 4900 - Independent Study

Economics: Graduate

   •  ECON 6101 - Seminar: Micro-Economic Theory I
   •  ECON 6102 - Seminar: Micro-Economic Theory II
   •  ECON 6105 - Seminar: Macro-Economic Theory
   •  ECON 6200 - Seminar: Comparative Economic Systems
   •  ECON 6205 - Market Design: The Economics of Business Opportunities
   •  ECON 6215 - Economics for Managers in a Global Economy
   •  ECON 6225 - Corporate Governance and Entrepreneurship
   •  ECON 6250 - Seminar: Project Analysis
   •  ECON 6315 - Seminar: Monetary Theory
   •  ECON 6370 - Seminar: Public Sector Economics
   •  ECON 6400 - Seminar: Econometrics
   •  ECON 6501 - Seminar: Urban and Regional Economics
   •  ECON 6511 - Advanced Applied Econometrics
   •  ECON 6520 - Seminar: Industrial Organization and Public Policy
   •  ECON 6555 - Seminar: Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property
 

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