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    Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2011 [Archived Catalog]

Part 6: Course Descriptions


Part 6 contains course descriptions in alphabetical order.

Standard information for each course includes the number, title, and credits (sometimes called credit hours or semester hours). For some courses, you will find information on the hours of class, laboratory, or studio for which the course is scheduled in each week of a regular semester; these weekly hours are expanded during summer sessions. Fees for courses are assessed on the basis of credits and other factors.

The course-numbering system generally suggests levels of difficulty and appropriateness. Courses at the 100 and 200 levels comprise introductory offerings and those are most commonly taken by freshmen and sophomores. Courses at the 300 and 400 levels are primarily for juniors and seniors. In some Purdue programs, undergraduates take courses at the 500 level, but generally courses numbered 500 and above are for graduate students.

Preparation for courses is indicated as follows:

P: indicates a prerequisite that must precede your enrollment in the course described. You may find one or more specific course numbers, the number of credits you should already have in a subject, a placement-test level, or other conditions.

C: indicates a corequisite that must be taken no later than the same semester in which you take the course described.

R: indicates a recommendation concerning conditions to be met for enrollment in the course.

When no subject code is shown for prerequisites, corequisites, and recommended courses, they are in the same subject area as the course being described. If you lack a prerequisite or corequisite, or if you wish to take a course numbered at a higher level than your present status, you should seek the department’s or instructor’s consent to enroll in the course.

V.T. means Variable Title and is shown for courses for which the title may be changed to specify the topic or other special focus of each offering.

Session indicators (fall, spring, summer) suggest the times at which courses are generally offered. Scheduling patterns may, however, vary.

IPFW reserves the right to add,withdraw, or change courses without notice.

 

 
   •  HPER E105 - Badminton
   •  HPER E111 - Basketball
   •  HPER E113 - Billiards
   •  HPER E117 - Bowling
   •  HPER E119 - Personal Fitness
   •  HPER E121 - Conditioning & Weight Training
   •  HPER E133 - Fitness and Jogging I
   •  HPER E135 - Golf
   •  HPER E139 - Handball
   •  HPER E148 - T'ai Chi Ch'uan
   •  HPER E150 - Karate
   •  HPER E151 - Self-Defense
   •  HPER E155 - Modern Dance
   •  HPER E159 - Racquetball
   •  HPER E165 - Soccer
   •  HPER E168 - Swimming for Nonswimmers
   •  HPER E181 - Tennis
   •  HPER E185 - Volleyball
   •  HPER E186 - Wall Volleyball
   •  HPER E190 - Yoga I
   •  HPER E211 - Advanced Basketball
   •  HPER E217 - Bowling - Intermediate
   •  HPER E233 - Fitness and Jogging II
   •  HPER E250 - Karate - Intermediate
   •  HPER E255 - Modern Dance - Intermediate
   •  HPER E259 - Racquetball - Intermediate
   •  HPER E268 - Swimming - Intermediate
   •  HPER E281 - Tennis - Intermediate
   •  HPER E285 - Advanced Volleyball
   •  HPER E290 - Yoga II
   •  HPER H160 - First Aid
   •  HPER H163 - Topics in Health
   •  HPER P122 - Performance of Team Sports
   •  HPER P240 - Foundations of Physical Education
   •  HPER P280 - Principles of Athletic Training and Emergency Care
   •  HPER P397 - Kinesiology
   •  HPER P409 - Physiology of Exercise
   •  HPER P450 - Principles and Psychology of Coaching
   •  HPER R160 - Foundations Of Recreation And Leisure
   •  HPER R180 - Recreation Leadership
   •  HPER R399 - Readings In Recreation Park And Tourism Studies
   •  HSC 10000 - Introduction to Health Professions
   •  HSC 49900 - Special Topics in Health Sciences
   •  HSRV 10000 - Introduction to Human Services
   •  HSRV 10300 - Helping Relationship Techniques
   •  HSRV 10500 - Basic Interviewing Skills
   •  HSRV 16900 - Introduction to Wellness and Stress Management
   •  HSRV 20000 - Behavioral Therapies
   •  HSRV 20100 - Clinical in Case Study Method I
   •  HSRV 21100 - The Dynamics of Group Behavior
   •  HSRV 25100 - Clinical in Case Study Method II
   •  HSRV 29900 - Human Services
   •  HSRV 31500 - Introduction to Theories and Therapies
   •  HSRV 32000 - Case Methods
   •  HSRV 32500 - Current Trends in Psychosocial Rehabilitation
   •  HSRV 33000 - Psychopharmacology for Human Services
   •  HSRV 35000 - Drugs and Society
   •  HSRV 39900 - Special Topics
   •  HSRV 40000 - Internship I
   •  HSRV 40100 - Internship Seminar I
   •  HSRV 41700 - Research Methods
   •  HSRV 42000 - Substance Abuse Prevention
   •  HSRV 45000 - Internship II
   •  HSRV 45100 - Internship Seminar II
   •  HTM 10000 - Introduction to the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
   •  HTM 14100 - Financial Accounting for the Service Industries
   •  HTM 18100 - Lodging Management
   •  HTM 19100 - Sanitation and Health in Foodservice, Lodging, and Tourism
   •  HTM 21400 - Introduction to Food Selection and Preparation
   •  HTM 23100 - Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
   •  HTM 30100 - Hospitality and Tourism Industry Practicum
   •  HTM 30200 - Hospitality and Tourism Industry Internship
   •  HTM 31000 - Food and Beverage Operation Management
   •  HTM 31100 - Procurement Management for Foodservice
   •  HTM 31200 - Human Resources Management for the Service Industries
   •  HTM 31400 - Franchising
   •  HTM 31500 - Club Management and Operations
   •  HTM 31600 - Casino Management
   •  HTM 32001 - Equipment for Restaurants, Hotels, and Institutions
   •  HTM 32200 - Hospitality Facilities Management
   •  HTM 32300 - Foodservice Layout and Design
   •  HTM 34100 - Cost Controls in Foodservice and Lodging
   •  HTM 37100 - Introduction to Tourism
   •  HTM 38300 - Resort, Cruise, and Entertainment Operations
   •  HTM 39100 - Specialty Foodservice and Catering
   •  HTM 41000 - Dinner Series, Capstone
   •  HTM 41100 - Hospitality and Tourism Law
   •  HTM 42000 - Event Management
   •  HTM 43000 - Hospitality Strategic Management
   •  HTM 44100 - Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry
   •  HTM 49100 - Beverage Management
   •  HTM 49200 - Advanced Foodservice Management
   •  IDIS G102 - Freshman Seminar/Physical and Natural World
   •  IDIS G103 - Freshman Seminar/The Individual, Culture, and Society
   •  IDIS G104 - Freshman Seminar/ Humanistic Thought
   •  IDIS 10000 - Freshman Honors Seminar
   •  IDIS 11000 - Freshman Success Course
   •  IDIS 11100 - International Student Success
   •  IDIS 11500 - Career Beginnings
   •  IDIS 20000 - Interdepartmental Colloquium
 

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