Dec 14, 2018  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 College Catalog

Course Listing & Descriptions


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

 

Agriculture Missions

   •  AGM 313 - Principles of Sustainable Agriculture
   •  AGM 453 - Agriculture in Global Perspective
   •  AGM 48V - Agriculture Missions Internship

Agriculture Technology

   •  AGT 153 - Introductory Welding
   •  AGT 333 - Electricity and Power Technology
   •  AGT 343 - Construction Technology

Military Science

   •  MIL 122 - Introduction to Military Science
   •  MIL 132 - Introduction to Basic Military Skills
   •  MIL 141 - Physical Training
   •  MIL 202 - Basic Military Skills and Techniques
   •  MIL 212 - Military Fundamentals Practicum
   •  MIL 233 - Survival Skills
   •  MIL 235 - ROTC Basic Camp
   •  MIL 245 - Nurse Summer Training Program
   •  MIL 303 - Military Leadership and Operations
   •  MIL 313 - Military Skill Building
   •  MIL 325 - ROTC Advanced Camp
   •  MIL 343 - Topics in Military Science
   •  MIL 403 - Military Qualification Skills for the Advanced Cadet
   •  MIL 413 - Transition from Cadet to Lieutenant
   •  MIL 433 - American Military History
   •  MIL 49V - Special Problems in Military Science

Communication Arts

   •  MCC 103 - Foundations of Mass Media
   •  MCC 313 - Radio History
   •  MCC 343 - Media in Society
   •  MCC 353 - Social Media Campaigns
   •  MCC 373 - New Media Theory and Practice
   •  MCC 403 - Communications Law and Ethics
   •  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 Communication Arts

Journalism

   •  MJR 213 - Introduction to Journalism
   •  MJR 313 - Newswriting and Reporting I
   •  MJR 323 - Newswriting and Reporting II
   •  MJR 333 - Broadcast News Writing
   •  MJR 403 - Journalism Practicum
   •  MJR 423 - TV News Production
   •  MJR 453 - Seminar
   •  MJR 48V - Journalism Internship
   •  MJR 49V - Special Problems in Journalism

Media Production

   •  MPR 213 - Video Production I
   •  MPR 243 - Radio Production I
   •  MPR 253 - Introduction to Sound
   •  MPR 313 - Video Production II
   •  MPR 343 - Radio Production II
   •  MPR 363 - Video Editing Theory & Practice
   •  MPR 403 - Broadcast Practicum
   •  MPR 48V - Media Production Internship
   •  MPR 49V - Special Problems in Mass Communication

Photography

   •  MPH 113 - Introduction to Photography

Political Science

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

Criminal Justice

   •  CJS 103 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJS 213 - Corrections
   •  CJS 223 - Criminal Law and Procedure
   •  CJS 233 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CJS 253 - Criminal and Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CJS 343 - Police Field Services
   •  CJS 353 - Criminology
   •  CJS 373 - Criminal Evidence
   •  CJS 394 - Special Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJS 413 - Verbal Communication in Criminal Justice
   •  CJS 433 - Interview and Interrogation
   •  CJS 453 - Criminal Justice Report Writing
   •  CJS 462 - Marksmanship and Firearm Safety
   •  CJS 463 - Senior Capstone
   •  CJS 473 - Terrorism
   •  CJS 48V - Criminal Justice Internship
   •  CJS 49V - Criminal Justice Special Problems

Fire Science

   •  FRS 106 - Firefighter 1 & 2
   •  FRS 213 - Applications of Fire Research
   •  FRS 223 - Hazardous Materials
   •  FRS 233 - Strategy and Tactics
   •  FRS 236 - Emergency Medical Technology
   •  FRS 243 - Methods & Techniques of Fire Service Instruction
   •  FRS 253 - Fire and Emergency Services Administration
   •  FRS 263 - Methods and Operation of Fire Apparatus
   •  FRS 313 - Fire Inspection Practices
   •  FRS 323 - Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency Services
   •  FRS 333 - Personnel Management for Fire and Emergency Services
   •  FRS 343 - Fire Prevention Organization and Management
   •  FRS 353 - Fire Officer 1
   •  FRS 443 - Political and Legal Foundations of Fire Protection
   •  FRS 453 - Fire Officer II
   •  FRS 463 - Fire Investigations
   •  FRS 48V - Fire Science Internship
   •  FRS 49V - Special Problems in Fire Science

Education

   •  EDU 201 - Classroom Observation
   •  EDU 203 - Psychological Development of the Child and Adolescent
   •  EDU 211 - Classroom Participation
   •  EDU 213 - The Call to Teach , An Introduction to Teaching
   •  EDU 223 - Methods of Teaching Literacy I
 

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