Undergraduate Standardized Course Syllabi Templates

 

Business and Management

B&M syllabus templates are sent to instructors as an attachment in the course offering e-mail.

If you cannot find your course offering e-mail, please contact the department coordinator for the template: adam.troldahl[at]webster.ac.at

 

International Relations Department

H

HIST 2030 - Topics in Asian History
HIST 2230 - Age of Total War: Europe 1890-1945
HIST 3100 - Diplomatic History
HIST 3130 - History of Human Rights
HIST 3150 - International Affairs

I

INTL 1050 - Introduction to International Relations
INTL 1500 - The World System since 1500
INTL 2030 - International Law
INTL 2680 - International Relations Theory
INTL 3100 - International Political Economy
INTL 3290 - Politics of International Economic Relations
INTL 3500 - Environmental and Energy Security
INTL 3700 - International Organizations
INTL 3800 - International Security
INTL 4600 - International Relations Seminar

P

POLT 1070 - Introduction to Political Theory
POLT 1080 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLT 1550 - Introduction to Political Argumentation and Debate
POLT 2250 - Politics in the Industrialized World
POLT 2550 - The Politics of the Developing World
POLT 2600 - Research Methods and Approaches in Political Science
POLT 3310 - Conduct of Foreign Policy

 

Media Communications Department

A

ANIM 2010 - Experimental Animation
ANIM 2200 - Introduction to 3D Animation
ANIM 3150 - Stop Motion Animation
AUDI 1000 - Audio Production 1

E

EPMD 1000 - Introduction to Media Production

F

FLST 1800 – Film Appreciation
FLST 2050 – History of Film
FTVP 1100 – Produce and Direct
FTVP 1200 – Camera and Light

I

INTM 1600 - Introduction to Interactive Digital Media
INTM 2000 - Strategic Writing for Interactive Digital Media

J

JOUR 1030 - Fundamentals of Reporting

M

MEDC 1010 - Introduction to Mass Communications
MEDC 1050 - Introduction to Media Writing
MEDC 1500 - Applied Media Aesthetics
MEDC 1630 - Media Literacy
MEDC 2200 - Ethics in the Media
MEDC 2800 - Cultural Diversity in the Media
MEDC 3150 - Special Topics: Remix Culture, Internet Memes, and Viral Media
MEDC 3190 - Introduction to Media Research
MEDC 3260 - International Communications
MEDC 4100 - The Law and the Media
MEDC 4110 - Media and Digital Culture
MEDC 4620 - Senior Overview

P

PHOT 1010 - Digital Basic Photography

S

SCPT 2900 - Script Writing
SPCM 1040 - Public Speaking
SPCM 1280 - Internpersonal Communications

 

Psychology Department

PSYC 1100 - Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1500 - Psychology of Adjustment
PSYC 1800 - Careers in Psychology
PSYC 2150 - Psychology of Sleep
PSYC 2200 - Child Psychology
PSYC 2250 - Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 2300 - Lifespan Development
PSYC 2750 - Introduction to Measurement and Statistics
PSYC 2825 - Introduction to Research Methods
PSYC 3125 - Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 3325 - Applied Learning Theory
PSYC 3350 - Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 4925/50 Senior Capstone: History, Philosophy, and Systems of Psychology
PSYC 3600 - Social Psychology
PSYC 3650 - Prejudice and Discrimination
PSYC 3775 - Personality Theory
PSYC 3850 - Sensation and Perception
PSYC 3900 - Introduction to Counseling
PSYC 4225 - Introduction to Clinical Psychology
PSYC 4400 - Human Sexuality
PSYC 4650 - Physiological Psychology
PSYC 4825 - Senior Thesis
PSYC 4875 - Advanced Psychology Lab
PSYC 4900 - Senior Seminar

PSYC 4925 Senior Capstone

 

Global Citizenship Program and the Liberal Arts

Art History
ARHS 1050: Art Appreciation
ARHS 2200: Current Art

Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 1200: Human Origins
ANTH 2500: Peoples and Cultures

Design
DESN 1210: Design Concepts

English
ENGL 1044: Topics in Literature
ENGL 2035: History of the Novel
ENGL 2160: Creative Writing: Fiction

First-Year Seminar
FRSH 1200: First-Year Seminar

German
GRMN 1090: Elementary German: Level I
GRMN 1100: Elementary German: Level II
GRMN 2090: Intermediate German: Level I
GRMN 2100: Intermediate German: Level II

History
HIST 2210: Early Modern Europe

International Languages and Cultures
ILC 2150: Topics in Culture(s)

Keystone Seminar
KEYS 4011: Crossing Border: Language and Power
KEYS 4012: City Life
KEYS 4016: Business, Behavior, Health and Society

Philosophy
PHIL 1000: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2300: Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 2320: Contemporary Moral Problems
PHIL 2520: Philosophical Classics: Early Modern Europe
PHIL 2525: The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment

Science
SCIN 1510: Global Climate Change

Sociology
SOCI 2375: Global Social Problems
SOCI 2750: Introduction to Measurement and Statistics
SOCI 3450: Sex and Gender

Theatre
Theatre 1050: Theatre Appreciation

Statistics
STAT 1100: Descriptive Statistics
STAT 3100: Inferential Statistics

Walker School of Business and Technology
WSBT 2000: Career Exploration for Professional Success

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
WGST 2610: Women, Gender and Sexuality in Social Justice Organizations

Writing
WRIT 1000: Basic Writing Workshop