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University of Pittsburgh Greensburg    
2020-2021 Greensburg Campus Catalog 
  
 
  Jan 25, 2021
 
2020-2021 Greensburg Campus Catalog

Course Information


Special Courses

Pitt-Greensburg offers a variety of special courses that students may use to enhance their educational experience. The special courses include independent studies, internships, excellence courses, study abroad courses, and capstone courses. Most of the special courses are optional, but for some majors (e.g. criminal justice) an internship is required, and the capstone course is required of all majors.

An independent study allows a student to explore a topic for which no course is available at Pitt-Greensburg or extend the exploration of a topic begun in a regular course. To arrange for an independent study, a student must find a faculty sponsor and work with the sponsor to develop a course plan. Independent study courses are available in every department. See an advisor for more details.

Internships allow students to earn credits toward graduation while gaining on-the-job experience in their majors. An internship is required in some majors (e.g. criminal justice and the journalism track in English writing), but it is available as an elective in most majors. Students are expected to find their own internship opportunities, but faculty advisors and the Office of Career Services may be aware of employers looking for interns and can provide suggestions about seeking an internship. Some departments ask students to complete an internship application. See a faculty advisor for more information.

Pitt-Greensburg students have an opportunity to study abroad in a country/region of their choice. Academic credits are earned while abroad and will transfer directly back into the student’s academic degree requirements. See the study abroad coordinator for more information.

As part of the new Pitt-Greensburg curriculum that took effect in fall 1999, every Pitt-Greensburg student must complete a senior seminar or a senior project as a capstone to the work in the major program. The faculty views the capstone course as a significant enhancement to the UPG degree program because it provides students with the opportunity to bring together the themes and skills of the major. Capstone work typically involves research and both written and oral reports.

Departmental Course Listings

Please note, when searching courses by Catalog Number, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance a Catalog Number search of ” 1* ” can be entered, returning all 1000-level courses.

 

Instruction and Learning

   •  IL 1873 - K-12 STUDENT TEACHING - US
   •  IL 1874 - K-12 TEACHING SEMINAR ABROAD
   •  IL 1875 - STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR - EARLY CHILDHOOD
   •  IL 1876 - STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR - SECONDARY
   •  IL 1877 - STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR- K-12
   •  IL 1882 - EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENT TEACHING ABROAD
   •  IL 1883 - EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENT TEACHING - US
   •  IL 1884 - EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHING SEMINAR ABROAD
   •  IL 1892 - SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING ABROAD
   •  IL 1893 - SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING - US
   •  IL 1894 - SECONDARY EDUCATION TEACHING SEMINAR ABROAD
   •  IL 1900 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Interdisciplinary Arts

   •  INDIST 0004 - CAREER EXPLORATION AND PLANNING
   •  INDIST 0015 - COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR
   •  INDIST 0100 - INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE
   •  INDIST 0200 - WELLNESS AND RESILIENCE FOR COLLEGE AND BEYOND
   •  INDIST 1900 - INTERNSHIP

International Studies

   •  INTS 0115 - INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE CULTURE AND LANGUAGE

Japanese

   •  JPNSE 0001 - FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 1
   •  JPNSE 0002 - FIRST YEAR JAPANESE 2
   •  JPNSE 1901 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Legal Studies

   •  LEGLST 1843 - LAW OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
   •  LEGLST 1901 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Linguistics

   •  LING 0010 - ESL READING AND VOCABULARY

Management

   •  MGMT 0021 - THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS
   •  MGMT 0022 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
   •  MGMT 0023 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
   •  MGMT 0026 - PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
   •  MGMT 0880 - ENTREPRENEURSHIP
   •  MGMT 1125 - BUSINESS ECONOMICS
   •  MGMT 1138 - CORPORATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
   •  MGMT 1140 - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS
   •  MGMT 1441 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
   •  MGMT 1818 - MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
   •  MGMT 1819 - INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
   •  MGMT 1820 - OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
   •  MGMT 1821 - INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
   •  MGMT 1825 - MARKETING COMMUNICATION
   •  MGMT 1827 - DIGITAL MARKETING AND COMMERCE
   •  MGMT 1832 - HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
   •  MGMT 1835 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 1
   •  MGMT 1836 - INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2
   •  MGMT 1837 - ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
   •  MGMT 1838 - STANDRD COSTS BUDGT PROFIT PLN
   •  MGMT 1839 - FEDERAL INCOME TAX ACCOUNTNG 1
   •  MGMT 1840 - FEDERAL INCOME TAX ACCOUNTNG 2
   •  MGMT 1841 - AUDITING
   •  MGMT 1843 - LAW OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
   •  MGMT 1845 - INTERNATIONAL BUS ENTERPRISES
   •  MGMT 1851 - LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
   •  MGMT 1855 - SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGMENT
   •  MGMT 1857 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT
   •  MGMT 1860 - LEGAL & SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT BUS
   •  MGMT 1861 - MANAGEMENT POLICY & ADMINSTRTN
   •  MGMT 1869 - MARKETING RESEARCH
   •  MGMT 1885 - FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS & MKTS
   •  MGMT 1897 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
   •  MGMT 1898 - INTERNSHIP
   •  MGMT 1910 - MGMT/INFO SYSTEMS INTERNSHIP
   •  MGMT 1950 - SENIOR PROJECT FOR MANAGEMENT
   •  MGMT 1951 - SENIOR PROJECT FOR ACCOUNTING
   •  MGMT 1955 - STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
   •  MGMT 1970 - UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT EXPERIENCE

Mathematics

   •  MATH 0010 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA PART 1
   •  MATH 0011 - ALGEBRA RECITATION
   •  MATH 0020 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA PART 2
   •  MATH 0031 - ALGEBRA
   •  MATH 0032 - TRIGONOMETRY AND FUNCTIONS
   •  MATH 0045 - QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
   •  MATH 0050 - MATH OPERATIONS AND FUNCTIONS
   •  MATH 0052 - MATHEMATICS, GRAPHS, DATA ANALYSIS, AND MEASUREMENT
   •  MATH 0055 - QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR THE HUMANITIES
   •  MATH 0080 - FUNDAMENTALS OF MODERN MATHEMATICS
   •  MATH 0100 - PREP FOR BUSINESS CALCULUS
   •  MATH 0120 - BUSINESS CALCULUS
   •  MATH 0200 - PREP FOR SCIENTIFIC CALCULUS
   •  MATH 0220 - ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS 1
   •  MATH 0230 - ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS 2
   •  MATH 0240 - ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS 3
   •  MATH 0250 - MATRIX THEORY & DIFFT EQUATIONS
   •  MATH 0280 - INTRO TO MATRICES & LINEAR ALG
   •  MATH 0400 - FINITE MATHEMATICS
   •  MATH 0413 - INTRO THEORETICAL MATHEMATICS
   •  MATH 0420 - INTRO THEORY 1-VARIABLE CALCULUS
   •  MATH 0430 - INTRO ABSTRACT ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS
   •  MATH 1001 - MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING
   •  MATH 1020 - APPLIED ELEMENTARY NUMBER THEORY
   •  MATH 1070 - NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
   •  MATH 1080 - NUMERICAL MATH: LINEAR ALGEBRA
   •  MATH 1100 - LINEAR PROGRAMMING
   •  MATH 1110 - INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS
   •  MATH 1180 - LINEAR ALGEBRA 1
   •  MATH 1230 - THE BIG IDEAS OF MATHEMATICS
   •  MATH 1250 - ABSTRACT ALGEBRA
   •  MATH 1270 - ORDINARY DIFFERENTL EQUATIONS 1
   •  MATH 1290 - TOPICS IN GEOMETRY
   •  MATH 1360 - MODELING IN APPLIED MATH 1
   •  MATH 1470 - PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 1
   •  MATH 1530 - ADVANCED CALCULUS 1
   •  MATH 1540 - ADVANCED CALCULUS 2
 

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