Undergraduate Education * : Courses

UE 130 Special Topics

Credits: 1
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply.
Topics vary by semester.

UE 141 Discovery Seminar Program

Credits: 1
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
UB's Discovery Seminar Program offers a small class experience for students, providing them with the opportunity to engage with a distinguished faculty member in a congenial, academic setting. Seminars will focus on current disciplinary or interdisciplinary topics in the faculty member's field. This program seeks to introduce students to the exciting intellectual atmosphere of UB, helping them to explore areas of interest and broaden their academic horizons. Intended for freshman and sophomores only. A maximum of 6 Discovery Seminar credit hours can apply toward graduation.

UE 142 Civic Engagement Academy I

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Civic Engagement seminar is designed to create foundational knowledge that will allow for further exploration focusing on the theme of the academy. Students will be introduced to existing and new opportunities for applied learning (projects, workshops, lectures, clubs and other organizations). Students will develop strengths in specific areas to prepare for out-of-class experiences.

UE 143 Civic Engagement Academy II

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Pre-requisite: UE 142
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Civic Engagement seminar is designed to explore how individuals and communities make change, and empower themselves to do so. The seminar will introduce students to theoretical, conceptual, and ethical frameworks for assessing, intervening, and evaluating outcomes in communities. Students will explore what the roles and responsibilities of individual citizens as members and leaders of communities should be in the change process. In addition students will discuss and analyze public policy at the grassroots level, the relationship between funding and social change, communication and coalition-building, and leadership development.

UE 144 Global Perspectives Academy Seminar I

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Global Perspectives seminar is designed to create foundational knowledge that will allow for further exploration focusing on the theme of the academy. Students will be introduced to existing and new opportunities for applied learning (projects, workshops, lectures, clubs and other organizations). Students will develop strengths in specific areas to prepare for out-of-class experiences.

UE 145 Global Perspectives Academy Seminar II

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Global Perspectives seminar is designed to create foundational knowledge that will allow for further exploration focusing on the theme of the academy. The Global Perspectives Academy seminar is an opportunity to explore a wide range of contemporary societies and cultures and explore some of the major forces that are reshaping our world today. The seminar will help students to explore the many ways in which people, ideas, information, and opportunities are "on the move" in today's world; to enhance students understanding of what ¿globalization¿ means for different people and different cultures; and develop greater skills in critical thinking, research, writing, and presentation.

UE 146 Research Exploration Academy Seminar I

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Research Exploration seminar is designed to create foundational knowledge that will allow for further exploration focusing on the theme of the academy. The seminar explores the world of scholarly research and introduces students to UB's research endeavors. Students will be introduced to existing and new opportunities for applied learning (projects, workshops, lectures, clubs and other organizations). Students will develop strengths in specific areas to prepare for out-of-class experiences.

UE 147 Research Exploration Academy Seminar II

Credits: 2
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The Research Exploration seminar is designed to create foundational knowledge that will allow for further exploration focusing on the theme of the academy. The advanced seminar focuses on understanding discipline specific research and connects scholarly research to students' academic majors. By the conclusion of this course, students will be able to identify steps in the research process; Use standards of the field to gather information; Use standards of the field to evaluate information; and Contribute to a class research project.

UE 253 Honors Seminar

Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply.
Topics vary by semester.

UE 254 Honors Seminar

Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply.
Topics vary by semester.

UE 255 Honors Seminar

Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply.
Topics vary by semester.

UE 256 Honors Seminar

Credits: 3
Semester(s): (No information on typically offered semesters)
Type: SEM
Grading: Graded (A-F)
The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply.
Topics vary by semester.

Updated: 13 Nov 2012 06:02:47 EST