2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 15, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Forestry

   •  SFR 108 - Introduction to Arboriculture and Community Forestry
   •  SFR 109 - Introduction to Arboriculture Lab
   •  SFR 111 - Forest Through Time
   •  SFR 112 - Forests Through Time: Discussions
   •  SFR 120 - Understanding Wood
   •  SFR 201 - Wildland Firefighter Preliminary Training
   •  SFR 205 - Forest Measurements and Statistics
   •  SFR 207 - Forest Inventory and Management
   •  SFR 208 - Geomatics, Coordinate Geometry, and GPS
   •  SFR 209 - Chain Saw and Fire Training
   •  SFR 211 - Forest Operations Planning
   •  SFR 213 - Forest Operations Field Tour
   •  SFR 215 - Introduction to Forest Bioproducts and Bioenergy
   •  SFR 222 - Environmental Communication Skills
   •  SFR 236 - Commercial Outdoor Recreation Management
   •  SFR 300 - Field Practice in Forest Resources
   •  SFR 301 - Field Course in Parks, Recreation and Tourism
   •  SFR 345 - Special Problems in Forestry
   •  SFR 349 - Applied Forest Ecology and Silviculture
   •  SFR 391 - Cooperative Education in Forestry
   •  SFR 397 - Field Experience in Forestry
   •  SFR 400 - Applied Geographic Information Systems
   •  SFR 402 - Advanced Forest Measurements and Models
   •  SFR 406 - Remote Sensing of the Forest Environment
   •  SFR 410 - Forest Regeneration
   •  SFR 412 - Winter Tree Identification
   •  SFR 434 - Recreation Site Planning and Management
   •  SFR 437 - Ecotourism: Principles, Trends, and Issues
   •  SFR 444 - Forest Resources Economics
   •  SFR 446 - Forest Resources Policy
   •  SFR 450 - Processing of Biomaterials
   •  SFR 477 - Forest Landscape Management and Planning
   •  SFR 478 - Tools for Forest Management
   •  SFR 479 - Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors
   •  SFR 482 - Industrial Ecology and Life Cycle Assessment
   •  SFR 492 - Capstone Directed Study
   •  SFR 493 - Sustainable Tourism Planning

Franco American Studies

   •  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

French

   •  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: Social Issues
   •  FRE 306 - French Conversation and Composition: Global Issues
   •  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

General Engineering

   •  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
   •  GEE 486 - Advanced Project Management
   •  GEE 490 - Interdisciplinary Capstone Exploration

Geography

   •  GEO 100 - World Geography
   •  GEO 212 - Geography of Maine
   •  GEO 275 - Geography of Globalization
   •  GEO 311 - Geography of Climate Change
   •  GEO 349 - Early Modern North America in Atlantic Perspective

German

   •  GER 101 - Elementary German I
   •  GER 102 - Elementary German II
   •  GER 203 - Intermediate German I
   •  GER 204 - Intermediate German II
   •  GER 307 - German for the Professions

History

   •  HTY 103 - Creating America to 1877
   •  HTY 104 - United States History Since 1877
 

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