Surveys British literature from the Romantic Age with particular attention to the works of major writers from Blake and Wordsworth to Yeats and their significance in history and in literary, social, and philosophical movements. Students are given practice in critical reading and critical writing. The course serves as an introduction to the advanced study of literature. Prerequisite: EN101. 3 credits.

This is an online course which emphasizes individual work and research in the area of safety education.

This course provides intensive guided independent study in areas of sport management, exercise science. With the instructor’s approval, students will complete a research project related to their internship experience that is in-depth and up-to-date.
The focus of this course is on qualitative action research. Students will be given the opportunity to learn how the research process works, from conceptualizing and defining the project, examining similar research, collecting data, analyzing the data, to using the results to determine the impact of the research study. KN 402 is taken during a student’s internship. It is offered as an online course, which meets partial requirements for degree completion in Exercise Science and Sport Management Programs. A grade of “C” or higher is required for the course to be accepted towards graduation requirements.

This course will survey the different genres of Jazz in the United States throughout the Twentieth Century using a historical approach. Lectures will include listening to and analyzing music examples in relation to the social, technical and historical trends.

This course examines the function of sports in contemporary American Society. Students will perform a critical analysis of sport-related controversies, and study the ethical considerations used in decision-making.