Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

2005 - 2006 General Catalogue

Listed below are the courses offered by departments of the University. In addition, courses numbered 199, 299 and 399 may be offered by any department in selected topics via radio, television, newspaper or other media. No credit will be granted unless the student has been duly registered and the student’s name appears on the instructor’s class roster.

Courses numbered 0 to 99 are developmental and credits earned may not be used to satisfy degree requirements. Courses numbered 100 to 199 are primarily for freshmen, 200 to 299 are primarily for sophomores, and 300 to 499 are primarily for juniors and seniors. Graduate credit is awarded for courses numbered 500, 600 and 700. Listing a 300 or 400 level course along with a companion 500 number indicates that undergraduate students register for the lower number and graduate students register for the upper number. Courses numbered 600 and 700 are open to graduate students only. Bracketed [ ] numbers indicate a previous identification of a course. Curricula are arranged so that students are to register for appropriate level courses each year. An H after a course number in this Catalogue or in the Class Schedule Bulletin (e.g., English 121H, History 102H) designates an Honors course.

Credit Toward the Degree . Some courses are very similar in content to other courses. When a student takes two or more courses that have similar content, only one of the courses can be used toward the degree. Although the other course(s) cannot be used to satisfy a specific course requirement in the degree, all courses and grades will appear on the transcript and will be used in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average. In the calculation of the degree grade point average, however, since only the courses applicable to the student’s curriculum are used, the other course(s) will not be included in the degree grade point average.

Descriptions of affected courses contain a phrase such as, “Credit toward the degree will not be granted for …”. Students should read the course descriptions in this section of the catalogue, or consult with their academic department, if there are questions about whether or not credit for a course will be applicable toward the degree.

Minimum Length for Academic Courses . For one semester hour of credit, a class shall meet approximately 750 minutes in no less than five days. For two semester hours of credit, a class should meet approximately 1,500 minutes in no less than ten days. A three semester hour course should meet approximately 2,250 minutes in no less than 15 days. Final exam periods may be counted as class time when computing required minutes and required days.

Accounting

Biological Sciences

General Biology
Botany
Microbiology
Zoology
Horticulture



Chemistry and Physics

Chemistry
Earth Science
Physics
Physical Science
Science Education



Communication

Communication
Laboratory Courses

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Computer Science & Industrial Technology

Computer Science
Construction Technology
Design Drafter Technology
Industrial Technology
Occupational Safety and Health
Process Technology



Cultural Resource Management

Educational Leadership and Technology

Educational Foundations
Educational Leadership
Educational Psychology
Educational Technology
Library Science Administration



English

Foreign Languages and Literature

Foreign Language
French
German
Humanities
Italian
Latin
Mythology
Spanish






General Business

Economics
General Business
Business Technology

General Studies

Career Planning
Freshman Seminar
Interdisciplinary Content
Orientation
Univerisity

History and Political Science

History
Political Science
Philosophy

Honors Program

Human Development

Counselor Education
Human Development
Family and Consumer Sciences
Marriage and Family Therapy
Substance Abuse Counseling
Social Work



Integrated Science and Technology

Kinesiology and Health Studies

Athletic Training
Athletic Training Lab
Kinesiology Laboratory
Laboratory Course for Elementary Education
Laboratory Courses for Majors
Coaching
Health Studies
Kinesiology
Recreation
Safety Education








Library Science

Management

Marketing and Finance

Finance
Marketing

Mathematics

Mathematics
Math Education

Music and Dramatic Arts

Music
Applied Music
Dance
Theatre
Laboratory Courses



Nursing

Psychology

Sociology and Criminal Justice

Geography
Criminal Justice
Sociology
Anthropology


Teaching and Learning

Early Childhood Education
Education
Master of Arts in Teaching
Special Education
Library Science Education



Visual Arts

Visual Arts
Departmental Honors Course


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