Jul 20, 2019  
2009-2011 College Catalog 
    
2009-2011 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prerequisite for all 300-400 level courses: 45 hours or permission.

 

Interdisciplinary and Special Courses

   •  IDS 021 - Learning Strategies
   •  IDS 023 - English as a Second Language
   •  IDS 101 - New Student Orientation (Character Camp)
   •  IDS 50V - Off-Campus Studies

Accounting

   •  ACT 203 - Elementary Accounting I
   •  ACT 213 - Elementary Accounting II
   •  ACT 303 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACT 313 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACT 323 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACT 333 - Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting
   •  ACT 343 - Tax Accounting I
   •  ACT 403 - Tax Accounting II
   •  ACT 413 - Auditing
   •  ACT 423 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACT 48V - Accounting Internship
   •  ACT 49V - Special Problems in Accounting

Business Administration

   •  BSM 48V - Business Missions Internship
   •  BUS 103 - Introduction to Business
   •  BUS 213 - Principles of Management
   •  BUS 233 - Business Statistics
   •  BUS 303 - Business Communications
   •  BUS 313 - Business Law I
   •  BUS 323 - Business Law II
   •  BUS 333 - Investments
   •  BUS 343 - Human Resources Management
   •  BUS 353 - International Business
   •  BUS 363 - International Management
   •  BUS 403 - Management Information Systems (MIS)
   •  BUS 413 - Corporate Finance
   •  BUS 443 - Business Policy and Ethics
   •  BUS 453 - Small Business Consulting
   •  BUS 48V - Business Internship
   •  BUS 49V - Special Problems in Business

Marketing

   •  MKT 223 - Marketing
   •  MKT 353 - Personal Selling
   •  MKT 363 - Advertising
   •  MKT 373 - International Marketing
   •  MKT 383 - Retail Management
   •  MKT 423 - Advanced Marketing
   •  MKT 49V - Special Problems in Marketing

Economics

   •  ECN 103 - The American Economy
   •  ECN 203 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECN 213 - Microeconomics
   •  ECN 313 - Money and Banking
   •  ECN 333 - International Economics
   •  ECN 403 - Labor Economics
   •  ECN 433 - Economic Geography
   •  ECN 49V - Special Problems in Economics

Ralph T. Reeve Free Enterprise Studies

   •  FER 251 - Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
   •  FER 403 - Free Enterprise Studies
   •  FER 451 - Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)

Communication Arts

   •  SPC 103 - Public Speaking
   •  SPC 203 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  SPC 303 - Intercultural Communication
   •  SPC 313 - Business and Professional Speaking
   •  SPC 323 - Small Group Communication
   •  SPC 333 - Persuasive Speaking
   •  SPC 343 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  SPC 353 - Organizational Communication
   •  SPC 363 - Public Relations
   •  SPC 48V - Communication Arts Internship
   •  SPC 49V - Special Problems in Comnucation Art

Mass Communications

   •  MCC 103 - Foundations of Mass Media
   •  MCC 343 - Media in Society
   •  MCC 373 - Convergence Media Theory and Practice
   •  MCC 403 - Communications Law and Ethics

Journalism

   •  MJR 213 - Introduction to Journalism
   •  MJR 313 - Reporting and Newswriting I
   •  MJR 343 - Feature Writing
   •  MJR 433 - Editing for Print
   •  MJR 48V - Journalism Internship
   •  MJR 49V - Special Problems in Journalism

Media Production

   •  MPR 213 - Video Production I
   •  MPR 244 - Radio Production I
   •  MPR 253 - Introduction to Sound Recording/Reinforcement
   •  MPR 263 - Copywriting
   •  MPR 313 - Video Production II
   •  MPR 343 - Radio Production II
   •  MPR 353 - Advanced Sound Recording
   •  MPR 403 - Sports Practicum
   •  MPR 47V - Directed Readings Media Production
   •  MPR 48V - Media Production Internsip
   •  MPR 49V - Special Problems in Mass Communication

Political Science

   •  POL 103 - American National Government
   •  POL 113 - American State and Local Government

Education

   •  EDU 201 - Classroom Observation
   •  EDU 203 - Child Growth and Development
   •  EDU 211 - Classroom Participation
   •  EDU 213 - Orientation to Teaching
   •  EDU 222 - Math for Early Childhood
   •  EDU 223 - Language Arts and Literature for Elementary/Middle School
   •  EDU 233 - Early Childhood Literacy
   •  EDU 243 - Educational Media and Technology
   •  EDU 313 - Mathematics Methods for Elementary/Middle School
   •  EDU 323 - Reading Methods I
   •  EDU 332 - Identifying and Prescribing Instruction in Early Childhood
   •  EDU 333 - Foundations of American Education
   •  EDU 342 - Reading Methods II
   •  EDU 354 - MS Philosophy & Curriculum
   •  EDU 363 - Elementary/Middle School Techniques of Teaching Reading in Content Fields
 

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