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The University of Maine    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 
   •  ERS 330 - Earth Materials
   •  ERS 340 - Economic Geology
   •  ERS 350 - Fresh-Water Flow
   •  ERS 361 - The Principles of Geomorphology
   •  ERS 369 - Energy Resources and Climate Change
   •  ERS 408 - Coastal Processes and Coastal Zone Management
   •  ERS 420 - Computer Scripting for Data Analysis
   •  ERS 433 - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
   •  ERS 441 - Glaciers and Our Landscape
   •  ERS 451 - Tectonics
   •  ERS 460 - Marine Geology
   •  ERS 461 - Fluvial Processes in Geomorphology
   •  ERS 491 - Introduction to Meteorology and Climatology
   •  ERS 498 - Undergraduate Thesis
   •  ERS 499 - Field Experience in Earth and Climate Sciences
   •  ESC 316 - Teaching Science in the Elementary School (K-8)
   •  ESC 452 - Teaching Science in the Secondary School
   •  ESS 315 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
   •  ESS 441 - Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary School
   •  FAS 101 - Introduction to Franco American Studies
   •  FAS 120 - People, Places and Pasts
   •  FAS 200 - Primary Sources in Franco American Studies
   •  FAS 230 - Franco American Women's Experience
   •  FAS 240 - French Exploration and Settlement of Maine, 1604-1760
   •  FAS 250 - Exile, Migrations and Communities
   •  FAS 270 - Immigration, Yesterday and Today
   •  FAS 329 - Topics in Franco American Studies
   •  FAS 442 - French Language of North America
   •  FAS 459 - Colonial Canada
   •  FND 101 - Foundations First Year Seminar
   •  FRE 101 - Elementary French I
   •  FRE 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FRE 117 - Accelerated French I
   •  FRE 201 - Intermediate French I
   •  FRE 202 - Intermediate French II
   •  FRE 218 - Accelerated French II
   •  FRE 305 - French Conversation and Composition I
   •  FRE 306 - French Conversation and Composition II
   •  FRE 307 - French for Business
   •  FRE 309 - Readings in French Literature
   •  FRE 310 - Readings in Francophone Literature
   •  FRE 315 - Advanced French Conversation
   •  FRE 320 - French Pronunciation
   •  FRE 350 - Multidisciplinary Readings in French
   •  FRE 390 - Topics in French
   •  FRE 397 - French (May Term)
   •  FRE 398 - French Immersion: Western France
   •  FRE 400 - Advanced French Grammar
   •  FRE 401 - Translation and Comparative Stylistics
   •  FRE 406 - Eighteenth Century French Literature
   •  FRE 407 - 19th Century French Literature
   •  FRE 408 - Twentieth Century French Literature
   •  FRE 413 - Advanced Composition and Stylistics
   •  FRE 430 - French Film Survey
   •  FRE 442 - French Language of North America
   •  FRE 463 - Quebec Poetry
   •  FRE 464 - Quebec Theatre
   •  FRE 465 - North American French Novel
   •  FRE 490 - Advanced Topics in French
   •  FRE 495 - Senior Project in French
   •  FRE 498 - Independent Projects II
   •  FSN 101 - Introduction to Food and Nutrition
   •  FSN 103 - Science of Food Preparation
   •  FSN 121 - Brewing with Food Science
   •  FSN 202 - Foodservice Management
   •  FSN 230 - Nutritional and Medical Terminology
   •  FSN 238 - Applied Food Microbiology and Sanitation
   •  FSN 265 - Functional Concepts in Nutrition
   •  FSN 270 - World Food and Nutrition
   •  FSN 301 - Life Cycle Nutrition
   •  FSN 305 - Foods Laboratory
   •  FSN 330 - Introduction to Food Science
   •  FSN 340 - Food Processing Laboratory
   •  FSN 396 - Field Experience in Food Science and Human Nutrition
   •  FSN 397 - Independent Studies
   •  FSN 401 - Community Nutrition
   •  FSN 410 - Human Nutrition and Metabolism
   •  FSN 412 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
   •  FSN 420 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
   •  FSN 425 - Contemporary Issues in the Food Industry
   •  FSN 430 - Counseling and Diet Therapy
   •  FSN 436 - Food Law
   •  FSN 438 - Food Microbiology
   •  FSN 439 - Food Microbiology Laboratory
   •  FSN 440 - Utilization of Aquatic Food Resources
   •  FSN 450 - Food Biotechnology
   •  FSN 482 - Food Chemistry
   •  FSN 483 - Food Chemistry Laboratory
   •  FSN 485 - Introduction to Food Engineering Principles
   •  FSN 486 - Food Engineering Laboratory
   •  FSN 489 - Senior Project in Food Science and Human Nutrition
   •  FYS 100 - First-Year Seminar
   •  GEE 100 - Introduction to General Engineering
   •  GEE 103 - Introduction to Pre-Engineering
   •  GEE 105 - Introduction to Engineering
   •  GEE 230 - Introduction to Engineering Leadership and Management
   •  GEE 250 - Sustainable Solutions in the Developing World
   •  GEE 298 - Introduction to Nanoscale Science and Engineering
   •  GEE 398 - Special Topics in Engineering
   •  GEE 430 - Engineering Leadership and Management Internship
 

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