University Approved Training Classes for Professional EEO Classification

 

Approved Training

 

Course Course Description Prerequisites
ACCT 200 Intro. to Financial Acct I Soph. standing
     
ACCT 221 Intermediate Financial Accounting C or better in ACCT 200 & 2.1 Cum. GPA
     
ACCT 225 Managerial Accounting ACCT 200
     
ACCT 312 Intermediate Financial Accounting II C or better in ACCT 221 & Junior
     
ACCT 313 Intermediate Financial Accounting III C or better in ACCT 312 & Junior
     
ACCT 320 Accounting Info Systems & Procedures C or better in ACCT 221, OMIS 350, & Junior
     
ACCT 331 Cost & Managerial Accounting C or better in ACCT 221 and Junior
     
ACCT 400/500 Accounting for Governmental & Not-For-Profit Organizations C or better in ACCT 312 and Senior
     
ACCT 407 Auditing C or better in ACCT 313 and Senior
     
ACCT 411 Advanced Financial Accounting C or better i ACCT 313 and Senior
     
ACCT 625 Accounting for Business Decisions Graduate Standing & C in ACCT 200
     
ACCT 695 Special Topics in Accounting Graduate Standing & C in ACCT 200
     
     
     
CED 603 Counseling Theory Admissions to the CED
     
CED 605 Pre-Practicum/Counseling Techniques Admissions to the CED
     
CED 607 Career Development/Information Services Admissions to the CED or permission from Dept Head
     
CED 609 Assessment in Counseling HD 600, 601, CED 603, & 605
     
CED 610 Intro to Diagnosis & Treatment of Psychopathology HD 600, 601, CED 603 & 605
     
CED 611 School Counseling & Consulting HD 601, CED 603, & 605
     
CED 613 Community Consulting & Staffing HD 601, CED 603, & 605
     
CED 617 Counseling Children and Adolescents HD 601, 608, CED 603 & 605
     
CED 670 Special Topics in Counselor Education Admission to CED program or Permission for Dept Head
     
     
     
COMM 211 Intro to Public Speaking None
     
COMM 215 Intro to Interpersonal Communication None
     
COMM 413 Advanced Speaking for the Professional COMM 210 or 211
     
COMM 417 Web Page & Communication & Design Requires Instructor Authorization
     
COMM 418 Small Group Communications Junior
     
     
     
CMPS 110 Computer Literacy None
     
CMPS 120 Microcomputers & BASIC Programming Reg/credit for MATH 155, 161 or 165
     
CMPS 161 Algorithm Design and Implementation I Reg/credit for MATH 161 or 155 or permission of Dept. Head
     
CMPS 225 Software Applications MATH 241 or equal & CMPS 110
     
CMPS 233 Desk Top Publishing CMPS 110 or permission of Dept. Head
     
CMPS 234 Intro to Applications of Database Mgmt Systems CMPS 110, 151 or permission of Dept. Head
     
CMPS 235 Website Design and Contruction CMPS 235 or permission of Instructor
     
CMPS 262 COBOL Programming Reg/credit for MATH 155, 161 or 165
     
CMPS 280 Algorithm Design and Implementation II CMPS 161 and C or better in MATH 155 or 161
     
CMPS 383 Information Systems CMPS 285
     
CMPS 389 Computer Graphics MATH 200 & CMPS 270 or 280
     
     
     
ECON 201 Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics) None
     
ECON 202 Princeples of Ecomomics (Microecomoics) None
     
ECON 333 Introduction to Money and Banking ECON 201 and 202 and Junior standing, or ECON 102 and Junior standing
     
ECON 401/501 Macroeconomics for Managers ECON 201 & 202 & Junior or ECON 102 & Junior
     
ECON 402/502 Managerial Economics ECON 201 & 202 Junior or ECON 102 & Junior
     
ECON 613 Managerial Economics Graduate Standing & ECON 201, 202
     
ECON 641 Seminar in Contemporary Econ. Problems Graduate Standing & ECON 201, 202
     
ECON 695 Special Topics in Economics Graduate Standing
     
     
     
EDF 607 Philosophy of Education None
     
EDF 615 History of Education None
     
EDF 616 History of American Education None
     
EDF 674 Readings in Education EDF 600 & permission of Dept. Head
     
EDF 701 Educational Statistics EDF 600
     
     
     
ENGL 101 Freshman Composition Placement
     
ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing ENGL 101 or 121H or demonstration of superior ability on the ACT
     
ENGL 322 Intro to Professional and Technical Writing ENGL 102 or 122H
     
ENGL 448/548 Advanced Professional and Technical Writing ENGL 102 or 122H, Junior or Dept Head consent
     
     
     
ETEC 641 Web Mastering for K-12 Instructional Delivery ETEC 620
     
     
     
FIN 381 Business Finance ACCT 200 & Junior
     
FIN 551 Investment Analysis Graduate Standing & FIN 381
     
FIN 653 Financial Policies Graduate Standing & FIN 381
     
FIN 657 Financial Institutions Mgmt Graduate Standing & FIN 381
     
FIN 695 Special Topics in Finanace Graduate Standing and FIN 381
     
     
     
HD 600 Research Methods and Design Admissions to CED or permission of Dept Head
     
HD 601 Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues Admissions to CED
     
HD 604 Group Process HD 601, CED 603 and 605
     
HD 608 Human Growth & Development Permission of Dept Head
     
HD 625 Cross-cultural Issues HD 601, CED 603, & 605 OR permission of Dept Head
     
     
     
HS 133 Healthy Lifestyles for the 21st Century None
     
     
     
LS 102 Intro to Information Research None
     
     
     
MATH 105 Finite Mathematics score of 19 or above on Mathematics section of the ACT or appropriate score on COMPASS exam or satisfactory completion of a developmental Math course
     
MATH 151 College Algebra with Fundamentals score of 19 or above on Mathematics section of the ACT or appropriate score on COMPASS exam or satisfactory completion of a developmental Math course
     
MATH 161 College Algebra Score of 21 or above on the Math Section of ACT, DVMA 92, or an appropriate score on the Developmental Placement Test
     
MATH 162 Trigonometry MATH 155 or 161
     
MATH 163 Calculus for the Biological, Business, and Social Sciences MATH 161 or 155 or ACT 28 or higher
     
MATH 165 Precalculus with Trigonometry MATH 155 or 161, Math ACT of 28 or permission of Dept. Head
     
MATH 200 Calculus I Score of 28 on Math section of ACT or MATH 165
     
MATH 201 Calculus II MATH 200
     
MATH 241 Elementary Statistics MATH 161 or 155 or ACT 28 or higher
     
     
     
MFT 621 Marriage & Family Therapy Admissions into a counseling program or permission of Dept Head
     
     
     
BLAW 231 The Legal Environment of Business None
     
BLAW 232 Business Law None
     
BLAW 333 Commercial Law for Accountants Major in Accounting and/or CPA candidate, Junior standing & BLAW 234
     
OMIS 200 Business Statistics MATH 155 or 161 and CMPS 110 or MGMT 210
     
OMIS 210 Business Statistical Models II MATH 241 or OMIS 200
     
OMIS 320 Principles of Supply Chain Management OMIS 200 or MATH 241 and Junior standing
     
OMIS 350 Mgmt Information Systems CMPS 110 & MGMT 210
     
OMIS 430 Production & Operations Mgmt OMIS 200 & MGMT 351 or permission of Dept. Head
     
OMIS 600 Statistical Methods in Business & Economics Graduate Standing & OMIS 200
     
OMIS 635 Applications in Project Management Graduate Standing & OMIS 435 or Dept Head consent
     
OMIS 670 Database Modeling and Design Graduate Standing & OMIS 350
     
OMIS 680 Info Systems Analysis & Design Graduate Standing & OMIS 350
     
OMIS 690 Technology Applications in Management Graduate Standing & OMIS 350
     
MGMT 210 Microcomputer Applications for Business None
     
MGMT 220 Advanced Spreadsheet Application for Business Personnel MGMT 210
     
MGMT 234 Professional Business Development MGMT 210
     
MGMT 351 Principles of Management Junior
     
MGMT 440 Managing Diversity MGMT 351
     
MGMT 464 Business Strategy Management 351, Finance 381, Marketing 303, OMIS 200 and Senior standing
     
MGMT 478 Leadership Management 351; Senior standing, or permission of Dept. Head
     
MGMT 471 Human Resource Management MGMT 351
     
MGMT 473 Organizational Behavior MGMT 351
     
MGMT 476 Staffing, Compensation and Employee Development BLAW 231, MGMT 471, and Dept Head consent
     
MGMT 485/585 Entrepreneurship MGMT 351, ACCT 200, MRKT 303, FIN 381
     
MGMT 640 Seminar in Industrial Relations None
     
MGMT 663 Organization Theory & Behavior MGMT 351
     
MGMT 683 Business Policy & Strategy Open to MBA Candidate during the last 12 hours of the program
     
MGMT 695 Special Topics in Mgmt Graduate Standing
     
     
     
MRKT 303 Principles Marketing Junior standing
     
MRKT 319 Consumer Behavior Marketing 303 and Junior standing
     
MRKT 321 Personal Selling Junior standing
     
MRKT 310 Foundations of Marketing Design Junior standing
     
MRKT 373 Social Media and Digital Marketing MRKT 303
     
MRKT 432 Marketing Research MRKT 303 and OMIS 200 or MATH 241
     
MRKT 444 Marketing Management MRKT 303 and Senior standing
     
MRKT 623 Marketing Communications Graduate Standing & MRKT 303
     
MRKT 650 Business Research Graduate Standing & OMIS 200, 600
     
MRKT 673 Marketing Administration Graduate Standing & MRKT 303
     
MRKT 695 Special Topics in Marketing Graduate Standing
     
     
     
GBBT 651 Technology in Business Communications MBA Student on Instructor Consent
     
GBBT 681 Administrative Communication Theory None
     
     
     
POLI 202 State & Local Politics None
     
POLI 460 Public Administration POLI 201 & ENGL 102
     
     
     
SAC 619 Substance Abuse Counseling HD 601, CED 603, & 605
     
     
     
SAFT 202 General Safety Education None