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UNIV 0110 IEP TERM I GRAMMAR/WRITING (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 0120 IEP TERM I READING/VOCABULARY (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 0130 IEP TERM I LISTENING/SPEAKING (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 0210 IEP TERM II GRAMMAR/WRITING (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 0220 IEP TERM II READING/VOCABULARY (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 0230 IEP TERM II LISTENING/SPEAKING (0) LEC. 2. Administrative approval required.

UNIV 1000 THE AUBURN EXPERIENCE (1) LEC. 1. Surveys the history of the University, current student resources, and academic programs.

UNIV 1050 SUCCESS STRATEGIES (1) LEC. 1. An introduction to essential academic and personal skills for college success. Designed to familiarize students with university life and improve core academic skills.

UNIV 1060 SUCCESS STRATEGIES II (1-2) LEC. Departmental approval required. Designed for those in academic jeopardy, this course assists students in identifying issues impacting academic success and developing strategies to affect positive change.

UNIV 1067 HONORS SUCCESS STRATEGIES II (1-2) LEC. Pr. Honors College Department approval required. Designed for those in academic jeopardy, this course assists students in identifying issues impacting academic success and developing strategies to affect positive change.

UNIV 1100 FIRST YEAR SEMINAR (1-2) LEC/SEM. Introduce a topic of interest with contemporary importance to beginning college students. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 credit hours.

UNIV 1150 SPECIAL TOPICS WITH LEARNING STRATEGIES (1-2) LEC. This course offers first-year students an opportunity to explore a topical area of interest while integrating related study skills.

UNIV 2300 ABROAD TRANSFER-UG (0) AAB/IND. Completion of Office of International Programs-Auburn Abroad-Transfer application and Study Abroad Transfer Credit Form. Full time placeholder. Allows undergraduate students to obtain financial aid, some scholarships requires individual scholarship source approval).

UNIV 2710 THE HUMAN ODYSSEY I (3) LEC. 3. Examines the human endeavor from pre-history through the 17th century by exploring connections between the sciences and humanities.

UNIV 2720 THE HUMAN ODYSSEY II (3) LEC. 3. Examines the human endeavor from the l8th century through the present by exploring connections between the sciences and humanities.

UNIV 2727 HONORS HUMAN ODYSSEY II (3) LEC. 3. Pr. Honors College Examines the human endeavor from the 18th century through the present by exploring connections between the sciences and humanities.

UNIV 2940 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB. Pr. 2.25 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 2945 AUBURN ABROAD (0) FLD. Pr. 2.25 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 2960 SCHOOL OF RECORD TRANSIENT COURSE (0) AAB/FLD. Must be Auburn transient student. Auburn University is the "School of Record" for transient students seeking academic credit for international programs provided by independent vendors. Course content will vary by individual program.

UNIV 3000 AUBURN EXCHANGE_UNDERGRADUATE (1-12) IND. Office of International Programs - Auburn Abroad approval and approval of individual department sponsoring the exchange program. Full time 12 hour placeholder course for Undergraduate Exchange Students.

UNIV 3510 EUROPEAN ODYSSEY (3) FLD. 2. Summer study-abroad program in Rome, Florence, Paris, London, Edinburgh; through visits to churches, historic sites, contemporary buildings, museums, galleries, parks, piazzas, rivers, trains, restaurants, theatres and stores, students will research selected aspects of Western mythology and religion, Roman Empire, society and culture, art and architecture, Renaissance, Enlightenment and Reformation, and industrial and scientific revolutions.

UNIV 3517 HONORS EUROPEAN ODYSSEY (3) FLD. 2. Summer study-abroad program in Rome, Florence, Paris, London, Edinburgh; through visits to churches, historic sites, contemporary buildings, museums, galleries, parks, piazzas, rivers, trains, restaurants, theatres and stores, students will research selected aspects of Western mythology and religion, Roman Empire, society and culture, art and architecture, Renaissance, Enlightenment and Reformation, and industrial and scientific revolutions.

UNIV 4900 GENERIC EXTERNAL TRANSFER CREDIT (.67-13.34) LEC. 2. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 13.34 credit hours.

UNIV 4920 CURRICULAR PRACTICAL TRAINING (0) PRA. For international students and scholars on U.S. OS EV approved Academic Training. Office of International Education authorized enrollments only.

UNIV 4940 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB. Pr. 2.25 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 4945 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB/FLD. Pr. 2.25 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 4AA0 UNIVERSITY GRADUATION (0) LEC.

UNIV 5940 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB. Pr. 3.00 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 5945 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB/FLD. Pr. 3.00 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 6000 AUBURN EXCHANGE_GRADUATE (1-9) IND. Office of International Programs - Auburn Abroad approval and approval of the individual department sponsoring the exchange program. Variable credit hour placeholder course (1-9 credit hours) based on courses taken by outging AU Exchange Students. This placeholder carries tuition cost based on outgoing AU student's residency.

UNIV 6300 ABROAD TRANSFER-GR (0) AAB/IND. Completion of Office of International Programs-Auburn Abroad-Transfer application and Study Abroad Transfer Credit Form. Full time placeholder, zero credit hours. Allows graduate students to obtain financial aid, some scholarships (requires individual scholarship source approval).

UNIV 7000 INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE EXPERIENCE (0) LEC. 1. SU. This course is designed to provide new international graduate students with an orientation to academic and local culture in the United States.

UNIV 7010 RURAL STUDIO CERTIFICATE (0) LEC. 3.

UNIV 7020 RURAL STUDIO CERTIFICATE I (0) LEC. 3.

UNIV 7030 RURAL STUDIO CERTIFICATE II (0) LEC. 3.

UNIV 7940 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB. Pr. 3.00 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.

UNIV 7945 AUBURN ABROAD (0) AAB/FLD. Pr. 3.00 GPA Student must meet Auburn Abroad plus any individual program requirements for all study abroad programs (offered by AU or others); an Auburn Abroad application must submitted and approved by OIE prior to participation/departure.