Aug 19, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    
2021-2022 Catalog & Student Handbook Archived Catalog

Courses


 

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 1010 - Principles of Accounting I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to accounting principles, practices, and techniques with an emphasis on the preparation and reporting of financial statements. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses and sophomore standing (completion of at least 24 credit hours).

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACT 2310)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ACCT 1020 - Principles of Accounting II

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a continuation of ACCT 1010 Principles of Accounting I  and an introduction to the preparation and use of managerial and cost accounting concepts utilized in planning and controlling operations. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing (completion of at least 24 credit hours) and ACCT 1010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACT 2320)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ACCT 2195 - Accounting Applications

    1 sem hr cr

    This course requires students to apply critical-thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills required of an accountant in a real or simulated environment. It may be used by an institution for a field placement for the student. Prerequisite: Completion of or co-enrollment in ACCT 1020  

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ACCT 2321 - Intermediate Accounting I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an in-depth study of the conceptual framework of accounting theory and the preparation of financial statements and financial disclosures. Topics may include income measurement and profitability analysis, time value of money, cash and receivables, measurement and valuation of inventory and cost of goods sold, and accounting for plant assets and intangibles. This course is not equivalent to similar 3000 or 4000 level courses at a University. Prerequisite: ACCT 1020 

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline. 

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACCT 2010, ACT 2510)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ACCT 2331 - Tax Accounting

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course introduces the student to basic taxation principles and applications. Topics may include history of taxation, tax legislation, federal and state regulations, preparation of tax forms, and other tax matters. This course is not equivalent to similar 3000 or 4000 level courses at a University.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACCT 2410, ACT 2410)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ACCT 2351 - Auditing

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of auditing theory and practices with emphasis on problems that auditors may encounter in the course of an audit. Topics discussed may include verifying accounting data, internal controls, and auditor liability in the preparation of audit reports. This course is not equivalent to similar 3000 or 4000 level courses at a University. Prerequisite: ACCT 1010   

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACCT 2810, ACT 2810)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ACCT 2382 - Accounting Systems Applications

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course presents the process of setting up and maintaining an accounting information system using computerized accounting software. This course is not equivalent to similar 3000 or 4000 level courses at a University. Prerequisite: ACCT 1010  and INFS 1010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACCT 2910, ACT 2910)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ACCT 2399 - Accounting Capstone

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course reviews topics covered in courses included in the accounting curriculum. Prerequisite: May only be taken with the permission of the Curriculum Chair for Business & Technology.

    Formerly/Same As Same as ADMN 2390 - Capstone Experience for APT  

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ACCT 2990 - Independent Study in Accounting

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in accounting is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ACT 2990)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

Administrative Professional Technology

  
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    ADMN 1302 - Keyboarding/Formatting I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introductory keyboarding course with an emphasis on the techniques of touch typing, speed building, and formatting of basic business documents.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ADMN 1306 - Medical Terminology I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course explores medical terminology through the study of anatomy and physiology, review of diseases, diagnostic procedures and related treatments with additional emphasis on specialties and diagnoses.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As NRSG 1370 Medical Terminology for Healthcare Professionals  

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ADMN 1307 - Survey of Coding

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides an overview of coding and classification systems in a variety of healthcare settings. Topics include classification and coding systems emphasizing ICD and CPT, reimbursement/billing systems, and coding’s relationship to health information management. Upon completion, students should be able to apply coding principles to correctly assign ICD and CPT codes and utilize electronic filing for reimbursement. Prerequisite: ADMN 1306  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 1308 - Office Procedures

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course will have the student learn job functions that are common to most offices including scheduling appointments, processing incoming/outgoing communications and using telecommunications systems/services to accomplish tasks and follow procedures. The course is designed to teach problem solving and creative thinking from the perspective of an administrative office manager while maintaining the principles of human relations, ethics and legal perspectives.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ADMN 1311 - Word Processing I

    3 sem hrs cr

    An application oriented course that includes designing and editing a variety of business documents, with emphasis on decision making and problem solving based on document design principles and mail standards.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (formerly INFS 1240, CITC 1306)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 1313 - Spreadsheet Applications

    3 sem hrs cr

    A study to provide fundamentals of spreadsheet applications including entering, formatting, charting, managing, and analyzing data using software. Prerequisite: INFS 1010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (formerly INFS 1250, CITC 1307)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 2303 - CPT Coding

    3 sem hrs cr

    CPT Coding provides an introduction to the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and HCPCS Level II coding systems. Topics include CPT coding format and conventions, applying coding guidelines to ensure accurate code assignment, complexities of assigning evaluation and management codes and the format and usage of coding and modifiers. Prerequisite: ADMN 1306  and ADMN 1307  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 2304 - Introduction to Electronic Health Records

    3 sem hrs cr

    Introduction to Electronic Health Records (EHR) presents the history of the EHR and the standards surrounding the EHR. The course provides the student with in-depth and practical training on a widely used EHR software program. Prerequisite: ADMN 1306  and ADMN 1307  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 2311 - ICD-PCS Coding

    3 sem hrs cr

    ICD-CM Coding introduces the student to coding conventions, guidelines, and proper use of the Index and Tabular Lists for coding diagnoses of ambulatory (outpatient) and inpatient medical necessity. HIPAA standards, reimbursement, and Medicare fraud/abuse are also reviewed. Instruction focuses on mastery of coding guidelines and medical terminology used in professional medical practice. Prerequisite: ADMN 1306  and ADMN 1307  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 2313 - Health Insurance Survey

    3 sem hrs cr

    A study of the coding and billing processes of me plans and payers, claim form completion specific to the insurance carrier and reimbursement procedures. Prerequisite: ADMN 1306  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    ADMN 2390 - Capstone Experience for APT

    3 sem hrs cr

    This culminating course will utilize the competencies developed in the professional courses to demonstrate decision-making and problem solving techniques in the field. Prerequisite: May only be taken with permission of Curriculum Chair.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ADMN 2395 - APT Internship

    3 sem hrs cr

    This internship course requires students to apply critical-thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills to a real or simulated business environment. Prerequisite: Minimum GPA of 2.0 and permission of the Curriculum Chair

    Formerly/Same As Same as ACCT 2399 - Accounting Capstone  

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    ADMN 2990 - Independent Study in Administrative Professional Technology

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Administrative Professional Technology is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study project under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instuctor and the appropriate curriculum chair. No more than six semester hours in independent study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

Agriculture

  
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    AGRI 1010 - Introduction to Agriculture Business

    3 sem hrs cr

    Introduction to Agriculture Business is an introductory course covering the application of economic principles to problems of resource allocation in agribusiness firms. This course is designed to develop an understanding of the theoretical concepts and principles of economics as they apply to the food and agricultural industry. Emphasis is given to the application of economic principles in the production and consumption of food and fiber products. The course is intended to provide the student information concerning the role, scope, importance of food and agriculture industry in today’s American economic system and discuss application of economic principles in decision making process. Prerequisite or Corequisite: MATH 0530  or MATH 1530  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    AGRI 1020 - Introduction to Animal Science

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of animals in agriculture: body systems and development, principles of inheritance, fundamentals of feeding, the function of farm animals, animal sanitation, animal products, and the relationship to public health.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly AGR 1010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    AGRI 1030 - Introduction to Plant Science

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of plant structure and the physiology, heredity, and environment in relation to growth, adaptation, and management of crops.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly AGR 1020)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    AGRI 1050 - Introduction to Soil Science

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course will engage students in understanding soil management relative to fertility, plant nutrition, tillage, erosion and environmental conditions as the origins of soils and soil properties are examined. The physical, chemical, and biological processes of soil will be introduced to in addition to the relation of soil and land use management.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    AGRI 2340 - Farm Animal Diseases

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of commonly encountered diseases of farm animals (horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, and poultry), description of the diseases, pathogenesis, signs, and treatments. Special emphasis is placed on the on-farm recognition, prevention, and lay person treatment of farm animal diseases. Prerequisite: Completion of  AGRI 1020 - Introduction to Animal Science    

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly AGR 2340)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    AGRI 2990 - Topics in Agriculture

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    Selected topics in agriculture is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate department chair.

    No more than six semester hours in topics courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements. Formerly/Same As (Formerly AGR 2990)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 1100 - Introduction to Anthropology

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course examines man’s place in nature through the investigation of physical and cultural aspects of anthropology. Study is made of human origins, the fossil record from archaeological excavations, and the biological aspects of race, variations, and heredity. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of ENGL 0810  and READ 0810  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly ANT 2010, ANTH 2010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ANTH 2990 - Independent Study in Anthropology

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Anthropology is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ANT 2990)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

Art

  
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    ART 1035 - Introduction to Art

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is designed to help students understand the visual arts–painting, drawing, sculpture, and architecture–and to show how culture and art interact.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1030, ARTA 1030)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ART 1045 - Drawing I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course provides the beginning student with methods of free-hand drawing.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.) Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1210, ARTP 1010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ART 1050 - Drawing II

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course is a continuation of ART 1045 Drawing I  with specific emphasis on analytical skills, cognitive development, critical skills development, and the exploration of alternative techniques and media. Prerequisite: ARTP 1110   and ART 1045  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.) Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1220, ARTP 1020)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ART 2000 - Art History Survey I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a historical analysis of the arts of the Western tradition from the Paleolithic era through the Gothic period. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of ENGL 0810  and READ 0810  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1920, ARTH 2010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ART 2020 - Art History Survey II

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a historical analysis of the arts of the Western tradition from the late Gothic period to the present. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of ENGL 0810  and READ 0810  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details. Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1930, ARTH 2020)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ART 2130 - Printmaking I (Serigraphy)

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course provides the student with an introduction to the serigraph (silkscreen) processes of printmaking.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ART 2420 - Ceramics I (Hand Building)

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides the student with studio experiences in designing and creating three-dimensional ceramic forms emphasizing techniques of hand construction. Six-hour studio course.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ART 2990 - Independent Study in Art

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Art is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair. 

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements Formerly/Same As ARTA 2990

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ARTP 1110 - Two-Dimensional Design

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course uses a contemporary approach to the elements and principles of two-dimensional art.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.) Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1110)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ARTP 1120 - Three-Dimensional Design

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course uses a contemporary approach to the elements and principles of three dimensional art.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.) Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 1140)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ARTP 2030 - Painting

    3 sem hrs cr

    This studio course provides the basic techniques of painting with acrylics.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.) Formerly/Same As (Formerly ART 2310)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    ARTP 2110 - Graphic Design Technologies

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides the procedures involved in the production of graphic design materials by means of computer and basics of word processing, drawing, and page layout programs for graphic design. Prerequisite: ARTP 1110   and ARTP 1120  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    ARTP 2120 - Life Drawing

    3 sem hrs cr (6 hours studio)

    This studio course focuses on drawing the human form, emphasizing both traditional techniques and a contemporary approach.

    (Additional three hours of lab required per week.)

    *This course satisfies the three-hour elective requirement for the TTP for East Tennessee State University and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT


Astronomy

  
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    ASTR 1010 - Solar System Astronomy

    4 sem hrs cr

    This survey course covers the history of astronomy; methods of astronomy; the formation of the solar system; the orbital, rotational, and physical characteristics of the planets, moons, asteroids, meteoroids, and comets; and the structure, characteristics, and scale of the Sun, stars, and galaxies.  Students will identify, locate, and specify locations of the visible planets, some constellations, and other astronomical objects visible in the night sky during the course.  Laboratory topics will include sky observations and constellation studies.  Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of Learning Support competency courses.  (Completion of Math 1010 or higher is recommended, as some concepts of astronomy and some laboratory exercises require the ability to understand and perform some basic algebraic manipulations.)

    Formerly/Same As ASTR 1030

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

Biology

  
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    BIOL 1010 - Introduction to Biology

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course examines basic biological principles and surveys the kingdoms of living organisms. Specific topics include: cell structure and function, cell processes and reproduction, inheritance, taxonomy, viruses, bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, animals, and ecology. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses.

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    *This course cannot be paired with BIOL 1110  or BIOL 1120  to meet the General Education science requirement.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 1000, BIO 1410, BIOL 1030)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 1110 - General Biology I

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course examines in detail the physical and chemical basis of life with emphasis on cell processes, reproduction, and inheritance. A unit on Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, and Fungi introduces the student to four of the six kingdoms of living organisms. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses.

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 1410)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 1120 - General Biology II

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course examines the major groups of plants and animals. Emphasis is placed on the taxonomy, morphology, physiology, ecology, and evolution of these two kingdoms. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses. 

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 1420)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 1510 - Environmental Science I

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course introduces students to the current principles and techniques of environmental science. Topics include ecology, energy resource management, pollution and sustainability. Local field trips and laboratory exercises will be a major portion of this course. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses.

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 1330, BIOL 1330)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 2010 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of the organization, structure and function of the human body emphasizing the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems (including the special senses). Strongly Recommend BIOL 1110  prior to BIOL 2010. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses. 

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 2710)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 2020 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of the organization, structure and function of the human body emphasizing the cardiovascular (including the lymphatic system and immunity), respiratory, digestive, urinary (including fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance), reproductive, and endocrine systems.  Strongly Recommend BIOL 1110  prior to BIOL 2020. Prerequisite: Completion of BIOL 2010  with a grade of “C” or better. 

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 2720)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 2230 - Microbiology

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of micro-organisms, especially bacteria, with emphasis on cytology, morphology, physiology, genetics, medical aspects, and cultural techniques. Laboratory experiments are designed to familiarize the student with microbiological techniques, cultivation, isolation, identification of bacteria and other micro-organisms. Strongly recommend BIOL 1110  prior to BIOL 2230. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses. 

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BIO 2310)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 2420 - Genetics

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    Mendelian genetics, chromosomal inheritance, modified Mendelian ratios, chromosome mapping, linkage, gene and chromosomal mutations, recombination, gene expression, recombinant DNA technology, transposable elements, extranuclear genome, population genetics, and quantitative genetics. Course includes three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory applications each week. Prerequisite: BIOL 1110   or BIOL 2010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    BIOL 2990 - Independent Study in Biology

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Biology is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

Business

  
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    BUSN 1300 - Personal Finance

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course helps students to define and reach personal financial goals. Topics may include planning, budgeting, taxes, credit, housing, insurance, investing, and retirement planning.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 1300)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1305 - Introduction to Business

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides an introduction to the business environment. Topics may include business ownership and organization, management, marketing, business ethics, accounting, economics, finance, and business careers.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 1210)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1310 - Business Communications

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of the principles, practices, and mechanics of various types of effective written and oral business communications. Prerequisite: ENGL 1010   and INFS 1010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    All documents must be typewritten.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2220)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1320 - Business Calculations

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of the application of mathematics to solve problems related to routine business operations. Topics may include insurance, taxes, consumer credit, retail applications, investments, and introductory statistics. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate mathematics and INFS 1010  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 1220)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1330 - Entrepreneurship

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course explores the strategies necessary to start and operate a business. Topics may include development of a business plan and strategies in marketing, management, finance, accounting, customer service, and operations. Prerequisite: BUSN 1305  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2900)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1340 - Small Business Management

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of the techniques of organizing and operating a small business, which may include development of the business plan, finance options, management of human resources, the firm’s assets and risk, global opportunities, and exit strategies.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2750)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 1350 - Sales and Service

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of customer service and selling. Topics may include developing and conveying a positive attitude, identifying buying motives and customer needs, developing and delivering a sales presentation, customer approaches, sales strategies, and cultivating repeat business through service.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2400)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    BUSN 2330 - Principles of Management

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of management through analysis of the functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Prerequisite: BUSN 1305  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2710)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2340 - Human Resource Management

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of principles of human resource management, which may include equal employment law and the recruitment, selection, and development of human resources. Prerequisite: BUSN 1305  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2500)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2360 - International Business

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a survey of the major issues associated with conducting international business. It provides students an understanding of the growing global marketplace. Prerequisite: BUSN 1305  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2370 - Legal Environment of Business

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of the principles of the American legal system as they relate to the conduct of business in our society.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2610)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2375 - Career Development

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of methods for successful entry into work organizations and continued success after employment. Topics may include job search methods; evaluation of employment opportunities; preparation of job application documents; interviewing techniques; work skills and attitudes; and other topics related to the successful pursuit of a career.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUSN 2910, BUS 2910)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2380 - Principles of Marketing

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of basic marketing principles and practices, including the selection of target markets and the development of the marketing mix (product, price, promotion, and place of distribution).

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2810)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    BUSN 2905 - Mid-Management Specialty Work Experience

    6-12 sem hrs cr

    This course reflects credit awarded for documented work experience of a managerial or supervisory nature. A maximum of 12 hours (6 hours credit for each year in excess of three years’ work experience or apprenticeship) can be credited to this course. Prerequisite: Approval by Curriculum Chair

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    BUSN 2990 - Independent Study in Business

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Business is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements. Formerly/Same As (Formerly BUS 2990)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

Chemistry

  
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    CHEM 1010 - Introduction to Chemistry

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory)

     

    This course provides an overview of basic chemical principles and applications. Specific topics include: measurements, interpretation of graphs, atomic structure, nuclear chemistry, chemical bonding and molecular structure, and solutions. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses.

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline. 

    *Cannot be paired with CHEM 1110 or CHEM 1120 to meet the General Education science requirement. 

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    CHEM 1110 - General Chemistry I

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of fundamental concepts of atoms and molecules, chemical bonding, formula and equation writing, naming compounds, quantitative relationships involving formulas, classification of the elements and selected compounds, shapes of molecules, stoichiometry and gas laws. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of learning support competency courses.

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly CHE 1010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    CHEM 1120 - General Chemistry II

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of solutions, acid-base concepts, chemical kinetics and equilibrium, ionic equilibria of weak electrolytes, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction reactions, and nuclear chemistry. Prerequisite: Completion of CHEM 1110  with a grade of “C” or better

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly CHE 1020)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    CHEM 2010 - Organic Chemistry I

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of the preparations and properties of aliphatic and aromatic compounds, their nomenclature, and their reactions. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate level English and completion of CHEM 1120  with a grade of “C” or better

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly CHE 2310)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    CHEM 2020 - Organic Chemistry II

    4 sem hrs cr

    (3 hours lecture-3 hours lab)

    This course is a study of the preparations, properties, nomenclature, and reactions of the following classes of compounds: alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, carboxylic acids, aldehydes, ketones, and amines. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate level English; Completion of CHEM 2010  with a grade of “C” or better

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly CHE 2320)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    CHEM 2990 - Independent Study in Chemistry

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Chemistry is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

Communications

  
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    COMM 1010 - Introduction to Mass Communications

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course examines the development of various media and their impact on society. Topics include standard print media, radio, television, film, public relations, advertising, new electronic media and the World Wide Web. The course also emphasizes historical, political, social, psychological, cultural, and consumer aspects of mass media.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly COM 1110)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    COMM 1020 - Media Writing

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to print and broadcast journalism with an emphasis on newsgathering methods and the writing of news for print and electronic media.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly COM 1120)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    COMM 1030 - Introduction to Electronic Media

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to the history, special aspects, organization, structure, and function of electronic media. It is a basic introduction to broadcast operations.

    Formerly/Same As (Formerly COM 1130)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    COMM 2025 - Fundamentals of Communication

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a study of communication skills, including practice in organizing, preparing, and delivering various types of informative and persuasive speeches, and in engaging in constructive criticism of oral communication. Prerequisite: Exemption of or completion of ENGL 0810  and READ 0810  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (Formerly COM 1010, SPCH 1010)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

  
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    COMM 2500 - Survey of New Media

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides a survey in the latest media that is revolutionizing how information is transmitted, interpreted and used. Technology, innovations, advancements, business, legal and social aspects will be explored. 
     

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
  
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    COMM 2990 - Independent Study in Communications

    1-5 sem hrs cr

    The Independent Study in Communications is a specially designed course for students interested in pursuing specific study projects under the supervision of a discipline instructor and approved by an advisor, the course instructor, and the appropriate curriculum chair.

    No more than six semester hours in Independent Study courses may be used in meeting minimum degree requirements.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT

Computer Information Technology

  
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    CITC 1300 - Beginning HTML & CSS

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a beginning course in HTML that provides instruction in creating Web pages. Students learn to write HTML code. Topics include using HTML tags, CSS formatting and appropriate scripting languages.

    Formerly/Same As (formerly CISP 1295)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1301 - Intro to Programming and Logic

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to the logic necessary for application programming. Topics include logic analysis, techniques of structured design, process flow, and object oriented concepts. A programming language will be used to teach data types, variables, control structures, methods and arrays. Prerequisite: Exemption from or completion of all learning support competency courses.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1302 - Introduction to Networking

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is a broad-based course that provides an overview of computer networking. Topics will include network models, protocols and services, media and topologies, devices and tools, network management, and network security. This course may align with the outcomes of industry certification.

    Formerly/Same As (formerly IST1750)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1303 - Database Concepts

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to the concepts and syntax of relational database management systems. Topics include data modeling, database design concepts, tables and queries and other database objects using the tools provided in a relational DBMS. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate mathematics and INFS 1010  .

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.

      Formerly/Same As (formerly INFS 1260)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    CITC 1314 - Java Programming I

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course will cover the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming using Java, including objects, classes, constructors, methods, and instance variables. Students will understand and implement topics such as user-designed classes, arrays and array processing, graphical user interfaces, and applets.

    Formerly/Same As (formerly CISP 2660)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1317 - Introduction to Scripting Languages

    3 sem hrs cr

    An introduction to script programming as a tool for system administration, automation, and customization and as a platform for Web-based applications. Compares shell command languages and scripting languages used on Unix and Linus systems. Prerequisite: CITC 1301  or similar Intro to Programming class

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    CITC 1321 - A+ Hardware

    3 sem hrs cr

    An introduction to basics of computer hardware. Topics include identification and installation of internal components, disk configuration, ports, cables, peripherals and networking concepts and connections.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1322 - A+ Software

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is an introduction to basics of computer software.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1332 - UNIX/Linux Operating System

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course provides a thorough overview of the UNIX and LINUX operating systems. Emphasis is placed on the user interface, terminology and command structure within the multi-task/multiuser environment. Electronic mail and communications standards are covered along with standard UNIX/LINUX utilities needed to support the automated office.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1334 - Project Management and Design

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course focuses on a general approach to project management. The content deals with planning, scheduling, organizing and controlling projects. Primary class emphasis is on the project management process and tools. This introductory course includes the major topics of organization strategy and project selection, project definition, project time estimation, project plan development, resource scheduling and leadership.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 1351 - Principles of Information Assurance

    3 sem hrs cr

    A beginning course in information assurance which examines the fundamentals of information assurance. The course will introduce topics such as the need for security, risk management, security technology, cryptography, and physical security. Also covered are legal/ethical issues and security policies.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2199 - CO-OP/Internship I in Computer Information Technology

    1 sem cr hr

    This course can be either a field experience such as an internship, or a project-based course.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2299 - CO-OP/Internship II in Computer Information Technology

    2 sem cr hrs

    This course can be either a field experience such as an internship, or a project-based course.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2326 - Network Security

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of computer and network security. It will introduce students to a wide variety of concepts related to computer security. This course will cover the objectives for the CompTIA Security+ Certification. Prerequisite: CITC 1302 Introduction to Networking   and CITC 1351 Principles of Information Assurance   

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    CITC 2352 - Digital Forensics

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course is designed to give students a basic understanding of computer forensics and investigations. This course will introduce students to computing investigations by preparing them to acquire, examine and summarize digital evidence.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2356 - Penetration Testing and Network Defense

    3 sem hrs

    This course focuses on how hackers attack computers and networks, and how to protect Windows and Linux systems. Legal restrictions and ethical guidelines will be taught and enforced. Students will perform many hands-on labs, both attacking and defending, using port scans, footprinting, buffer overflow exploits, SQL injection, privilege escalation, Trojans, and backdoors. Students learn the legal, ethical, and technical aspects of using computer systems in unexpected ways. These skills are essential for penetration testers and other network security professionals. Prerequisite: CITC 1301 - Intro to Programming and Logic  and  CITC 1302 - Introduction to Networking    Corequisite: CITC 2326 - Network Security   

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2363 - Internet/Intranet Firewalls and eCommerce Systems

    3 sem hrs cr

    Gives an in-depth exploration of firewall, Web security, and e-Commerce security. Explores firewall concepts, types, topology and the firewall’s relationship to the TCP/IP protocol. Includes client/server architecture, the Web server, HTML and HTTP in relation to Web Security, and digital certification, D.509, and public key infrastructure (PKI). Prerequisite: CITC 1302 Introduction to Networking  and CITC 1321 A+ Hardware  

    In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN

  
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    CITC 2390 - Capstone Course in Computer Information

    3 sem hrs cr

    This culminating course will utilize the competencies developed in the professional courses to demonstrate decision-making and problem-solving techniques in the field. Prerequisite: Minimum GPA of 2.0 and permission of the Curriculum Chair

    For any student completing an IT internship, the minimum required on-site IT work hours per semester credit hour awarded is 40. Therefore, the hour requirement for this course is as follows: CITC 2390 (3 SCH = 120 hours)

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2399 - CO-OP/Internship III in Computer Information Technology

    3 sem hrs cr

    This course can be either a field experience such as an internship, or a project-based course.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
  
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    CITC 2499 - CO-OP/Internship IV in Computer Information Technology

    4 sem cr hrs

    This course can be either a field experience such as an internship, or a project-based course.

    Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
 

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