Edld 5333 Week 1 Assignment 2015 Calendar

Applied Arts and Sciences (AASC)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
AASC31021Narrative for Prior Experential Learning CreditStudents are guided in the development of an outcome-based learning narrative which allows them the opportunity to translate knowledge and skills obtained through life and work experiences into academic credit. Prerequisite: AASC 3301 with a grade of "C" or better Applied Arts and Sciences
AASC33013Lifelong Learning and Portfolio DevelopmentRequired of all students who pursue completion of the BAAS and BGS degree programs. This course lays the foundation for the program of study by investigating current issues in the philosophy of higher education, namely: establishing academic, personal, and professionall goals for degree completion; introducing students to the portfolio process; and helping students to improve their abilities to think critically and to communicate more effectively. Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302 or their equivalents with a grade of "C" or better. Applied Arts and Sciences
AASC43013Senior SeminarRequired of all students who pursue completion of the BAAS and BGS degree programs. This course completes the assessment of the personal, educational, and professional goals and outcomes set forth in AASC 3301. Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in AASC 3301 and senior standing. Students will enroll in this class during their final semester of coursework.Applied Arts and Sciences

Accounting (ACCT)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
ACCT13013Survey of AccountingThis course in designed for non-business majors. Students will develop an understanding of fundamental financial and managerial accounting concepts. In the process, student will also develop an awareness of the language and environment of business, an appreciation of accounting methods, and skills in problem-solving and decision making. Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT23013Introduction to Financial AccountingConcepts of financial accounting. Emphasis is on the conceptual framework of accounting and the preparation and uses of financial statements. Prerequisite: Sophmore standing Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT23023Introduction to Managerial AccountingThis course is designed for non-accounting majors. Uses of accounting information in managerial planning, decision making, and control. Includes study of cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analyses, and budgeting. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with a minimum grade of "C" and sophomore standing Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT33103Intermediate Accounting IAnalysis of theory and its applications in the areas of cash, temporary investments, receivables, inventories, plant and intangible assets, long-term investments, current liabilities and revenue recognition. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with a minimum grade of "B" and ACCT 3370 with a minimum grade of "B". Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT33203Intermediate Accounting IIContinuation of ACCT 3310 with emphasis on long term debt, short term liabilities, leases, pensions, owner's equity and earnings per share. Prerequisite: ACCT 3310 with a minimum grade of "C". Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT33303Governmental AccountingPrimary emphasis on governmental accounting and accounting for not-for-profit organizations. Also includes Statement of Cash Flows. Prerequisite: ACCT 3310 with minimum grade of "C". Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT33403Cost AccountingCost accounting with a managerial emphasis: Job order and process cost; standard cost and variance analysis; budgetary control; relevant costing for decision making; capital budgeting. Prerequisite: ACCT 2302 or ACCT 3370 with minimum grade of "C". Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT33703Systems and Practice ApplicationsAn intensive examination of manual and computer accounting systems. Students will use extensive manual and computer practice sets. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with minimum grade of "B". Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer Accounting and Business Law
ACCT33803Taxation Accounting IProvisions of the income tax code as applied to individuals: taxable income; gains and losses; capital gains; dividends; expenses; itemized deductions; depreciation; losses; and credits. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with minimum grade of "C". Offered: Fall, Spring Accounting and Business Law
ACCT33903Taxation Accounting IIProvisions of the income tax code as applied to proprietorships, partnerships, estates, trusts and corporations; reorganizations; filing returns; refunds; social security taxes; estate taxes; gift taxes. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with minimum grade of "C"; strongly recommended that ACCT 3380 be completed. Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT43003Introduction to AuditingIntroduction to the theory of auditing, with emphasis on generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) and the professions Statements on Auditing Standards. Understanding of the types of reports issued by auditors and the circumstances which would occasion the issuance of each. Also, discussion of the role of internal auditors and operational and compliance audits. Prerequisite: ACCT 3320 with minimum grade of "C" in each course. Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT43703Accounting InternshipCombined academic and work components allow students to gain experience in the professional field of accounting. Course supervised by a faculty member and appropriate personnel of the approved organization. The student will keep a diary comprising a chronological list of all work experience gained in the internship. The student writes a paper demonstrating the knowledge gained in the internship. The internship course shall not be taken until a minimum of 12 semester hours of upper division accoutning course work has been completed. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT43753Accounting and Information TechnologyThis course provides an overview of the use of information technology in an accounting environment. Topics include an introduction to selected hardware and software concepts, system design, and various software applications. Students will gain an understanding of key controls necessary in ensuring data integrity. Students will be provided with hands on exposure to current software programs like QuickBooks and SAP as well as other software relevant to providing accounting information that is useful for decision making. Prerequisite: ACCT 3320 with minimum grade of "C." Offered: OtherAccounting and Business Law
ACCT43903Special Topics in AccountingThis course is intended for the examination of new or special accounting topics under direction of a faculty member. A student may repeat the course when the topic differs significantly from previous enrollment. Prerequisite: Senior standing and approval of the department chair Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT52002Financial Acct FoundationsAn introduction to financial accounting and reporting for graduate students who do not have a background in accounting. The course concentrates on conceptual financial accounting issues that users of accounting information need to understand. Students learn to access and analyze published financial reports. The course does not focus on computational and mechanical details. Prerequisite: Graduate standing Offered: FallAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53003Advanced AccountingAnalysis of special problems and theories relative to corporate mergers and acquisitions; consolidated financial statements; and partnerships. A major team research project and oral presentation is required. Prerequisite: ACCT 3320 with minimum grade of "C". Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53103Financial Acct/Research ProcedThis course is a study of advanced topics in financial accounting and reporting. It focuses on complex corporate reporting issues. This course will emphasize the development of skills and knowledge necessary to conduct professional research and to identify appropriate accounting treatment of complex issues. Thsi will not only entail the study of current financial reporting and disclosure requirements, but will include controversial and emerging practices. Prerequisites: ACCT 3320 and Graduate Standing Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53203Regulation and ProfessionlismThis course will study the professional and legal responsibilities and the legal implications of business transactions, particularly as they relate to accoutning and auditing, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge. Prerequisites: ACCT 3320 and Graduate Standing Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53303Advanced AuditingAdvanced study of the role of auditors as a profession. In depth discussion of professional ethics and liability to clients and other third parties. Study of audit failures, employing the case method. Also, the use of statistical sampling methods in auditing. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and ACCT 4300 Offered: SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53403Tax ResearchAn extensive examination of the methods employed to determine defensible solutions to problems in federal taxation. Emphasis is placed upon research methodology, proper documentation of research findings and effective communication of research findings to interested parties. The text is supplemented with outside readings and case studies. Significant oral and written reports are required. Prerequisite: Graduate standing with a minimum of eighteen semester hours of accounting that include ACCT 3380 and ACCT 3390 or their equivalent and six semester hours of Intermediate. Offered: FallAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53503Entity TaxationTheory and practice of the tax treatment of corporations, partnerships, LLCs, S corporations and estates and trusts. Offered: SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53603Directed Studies in AccountingDirected Studies in Accounting, Individual study of an issue or problem of interest. Student must arrange topic and course requirements with instructor prior to registration. Prerequisites: Graduate Standing, ACCT 3320 and approval by MBA director and Department Chair Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53613Financial Statement AnalysisThis course provides a basis for determing firm value. Students are introduced to fundamental analysis concepts and techniques that can be used to critique and interpret the financial health of the firm. The course integrates research in the areas of accounting, finance, and management which has proved useful in the financial analysis of organizations. Prerequisistes: ACCT 5200 or equivalent and Graduate Standing Offered: SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53703Managerial AccountingApplication of accounting data in decision making: cost analysis as applied in the development of budgets and standards; accounting as a tool for cost control and pricing; case problems, using the micro-computer as a decision-making tool, which require students to interpret and discuss their analysis in the context of managerial decision-making. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and ACCT 5200 or equivalent Offered: Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53753Adv Accounting Info SystemsThis course presents systems concepts and their application in the design, implementation, control, and audit of accounting information systems, including computerized systems. Prerequisite: ACCT 3320 and Graduate Standing Offered: Fall, SpringAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53803InternshipCombined academic and work components allow students to gain experience in the professional field of accounting. Course supervised by a graduate faculty member and appropriate personnel of the approved organization. The student will keep a diary comprising a chronological list of all work experience gained in the internship. The student writes a paper demonstrating the knowledge gained in the internship. The internship course shall nto be taken until a minimum of 12 semester hours of upper division accounting course work has been completed. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53813InternshipCombined academic and work components allow students to gain experience in the professional field of accounting. Course supervised by a graduate faculty member and appropriate personnel of the approved organization. The student will keep a diary comprising a chronological list of all work experience gained in the internship. The student writes a paper demonstrating the knowledge gained in the internship. The internship course shall nto be taken until a minimum of 12 semester hours of upper division accounting course work has been completed. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law
ACCT53903Special TopicsAnalysis, research, and presentation of current topics and issues in accounting relevant to business professionals. May be taken more than once with course topic changes. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and ACCT 5200 or equivalent Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerAccounting and Business Law

Air Force ROTC (AFSC)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
AFSC12012Foundation of the USAF IThis course is designed to be an introduction to the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps and the Air Force, how it's organized, works and how college students can "try out" our program and see if the Air Force is for them. Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC12022Foundation of the USAF IIThis course is designed to be an introduction to the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps and the Air Force, how it's organized, works and how college students can "try out" our program and see if the Air Force is for them. Prerequisite: AFSC 1201 Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC22012Evolution of Air Space ICourse will examine general aspects of air and space power through a historical perspective covering a time period from first balloons and dirigibles to the Global War on Terrorism. Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC22022Evolution of Air Space IICourse will examine general aspects of air and space power through a historical perspective covering a time period from first balloons and dirigibles to the Global War on Terrorism. Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC33013Air Force Leadership IIntroduction to Air Force leadership principles, team building, motivation, and institutional leadership. Also discussed will be the concept of followership and critical thinking; communication skills will be enhanced through writing and briefing exercising; discussion on professional and unprofessional relationships, prevention of and response to sexual assault/harrassment, basics of strategic planning, and how to lead change in an organization. Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC33023Air Force Leadership IICourse will build on discussion of leadership principles from AFSC 3301 and introduce new concepts including power and influence, dynamic subordinancy, effective and corrective supervision, speechwriting, ethical and moral leadership. Discussion of supervisor's role in creating an equal opportunity environment and leader's accountability and responsibility. Prerequisite: AFSC 3301 Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC43013National Security Affairs IThis course re-examines several fundamental truths associated with war in the third dimension including the principles of war, tenets of air and space power and space power functions and competencies. Regional studies and cultural awareness will be studied in depth as result of the U.S. experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan. Offered: FallMilitary Science
AFSC43023National Security Affairs IIThis course re-examines several fundamental truths associated with war in the third dimension including the principles of war, tenets of air and space power and space power functions and competencies. Regional studies and cultural awareness will be studied in depth as result of the U.S. experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan. Prerequisite: AFSC 4301 Offered: FallMilitary Science

Anthropology (ANTH)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
ANTH23023ArchaeologyAn overview of the science of the human past, introducing the basic methods and theories utilized by modern archaeologists in their reconstruction of human prehistory.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH23463Introduction to AnthropologyA general survey of the three main fields of anthropology - physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, and archaeology. Emphasis is on the holistic approach of anthropology to the study of mankind in all times and places.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH23513Cultural AnthropologyAn exploration of that uniquely human adaptation known as "culture". Subject matter will include evidence for cultural behavior in nonhuman primates, as well as language and communication, mythology and narrative, arts and music, play and humor in human societies around the world.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH23723Ethnic HeritageAn examination of the cultural heritage of the major ethnic groups of contemporary American society - Afro-American, Hispanic-American, or Euro-American. (Only one group will be covered each time the course is taught; contact department for current offering.)Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH33013Physical AnthropologyExamines human beings as a biological species, with emphasis on human evolution and variation.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH33023Forensic AnthropologyExamines the role of the forensic anthropologist in today's legal system. The course focuses on the identification of human remains.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just
ANTH43403Topics in AnthropologySelected special topics in the major research fields of contemporary anthropology. The course will focus on current literature and will involve the student in a research project. This course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies.Sociology, Soc Work, Crim Just

Art (ARTS)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
ARTS13013Art AppreciationAn introductory course emphasizing the understanding and appreciation of visual arts (painting, sculpture, and architecture). Open to all students. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS13033Art History IA survey of painting, sculpture, architecture and the minor arts from prehistoric times to the 14th Century. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS13043Survey of Art IIA survey of Western art history from the Early Renaissance to 1940.Art
ARTS13113Design IThe study of the elements and concepts of two-dimensional design. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS13123Design IIThe study of the elements and concepts of three-dimensional design. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS13163Drawing IA beginning course investigating a variety of drawing media, techniques and subjects, exploring perceptual and descriptive possibilities. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS13173Drawing IIA continuation of Drawing I stressing the expressive and conceptual aspects of drawing. Prerequisite: ARTS 1316 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS23053Art Since 1940A survey of major visual arts movements since 1940 to the 1980s.Art
ARTS23113Design IIIAn advanced investigation into historical and contemporary color theories and systems. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS23163Painting IA course exploring the potentials of painting media with emphasis on color, composition and technique. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317 and ARTS 2311 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS23233Drawing IIIA life-drawing course emphasizing structure and action of the human figure. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS23243Drawing IVA continuation of Drawing III with emphasis on individual expression. Prerequisite: ARTS 2323 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS23263Introduction to Graphic DesignAn exploration of the various sculptural approaches in wood, cement, and mold making, including additive and subtractive techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312, ARTS 1317 Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS23313Introduction to Graphic DesignThis course is an introduction to graphic design, incorporating the basic principles of typography, layout and design for print and digital media. Prerequisite: ARTS1311, ARTS1312, ARTS1317 Art majors are required tp follow the prescribed sequence of courese. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS23563Photography IAn introduction to basic photographic processes and techniques used as an art medium. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS23793Adv Photo TechniqueAdvanced study of black and white photography as an art medium. Prerequisite: ARTS 2356 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS31991Studio SeminarSeminar for all junior and senior students seeking a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. This course must be taken three times before enrolling in senior thesis. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 2305 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33033Large Format Camera PhotoAn introduction to the use of both medium format and view cameras. Prerequisite: ARTS 2379 Offered: FallArt
ARTS33053Digital ImagingAn introduction to computers as a creative tool, language and logic. Development of image making techniquies, data handling and design. Art Majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Prerequisites: ARTS1311, ARTS1317 and ARTS2311Art
ARTS33133Illustration IA computer-based media course. The preparation and execution of graphic material for reproduction. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317, ARTS 1311, and ARTS 2311 Offered: SummerArt
ARTS33143Painting IPainting I is a course exploring the potentials of painting media and techniques with emphasis on color, composition, and content development. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317 and ARTS 2311 with a minimum grade of C for each course. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS33153Drawing VA continuation of Drawing IV with emphasis on experimentation with various media for their adaptability to drawing principles. Prerequisite: ARTS 2324 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS33163Watercolor IStudy and practice in the planning and execution of paintings in transparent and opaque watercolor. Prerequisite: ARTS 2311 and ARTS 1317 Offered: SummerArt
ARTS33173Painting IIA continuation of Painting I with emphasis on individual expression. Prerequisite: ARTS 2316 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33233Illustration IIExperimentation with various techniques and/or media. A continuation of Arts 3313. Prerequisite: ARTS 3313 Offered: SummerArt
ARTS33243Drawing IVA continuation of Drawing III with emphasis on both observational drawing skills and individual expression. Prerequisite: ARTS 2323. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS33253Drawing VIA continuation of Arts 3315. Prerequisite: ARTS 3315 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS33263Watercolor IIA continuation of Arts 3316. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 3316 Offered: SummerArt
ARTS33273Painting IIIA continuation of Arts 3317. Prerequisite: ARTS 3317 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33283Sculpture IAn exploration of the various sculptural approaches in wood, cement, and mold making, including additive and subtractive techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312, ARTS 1317 with a minimum grade of C in each Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS33333TypographyIntermediate studies in typography and page layout for print and digital production. Art Majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Prerequisite: ARTS2331Art
ARTS335132D GraphicsAn introduction for non-majors to the uses of computers in design, illustration, information, text processing and desktop publishing. This course focuses on developing general computer skills. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS335233D GraphicsAn introduction for non-majors to the uses of computers in interactive design and animation. This course focuses on developing skills using the elements of art and principles of design. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS33553Printmaking IAn introduction to printmaking with an emphasis on intaglio and relief processes. Prerequisite: ARTS 2323 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33653Printmaking IIA continuation of Arts 3355 with emphasizes on planographic and serigraphic techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 3355 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33713Study in Visual ArtA survey of the curricula methods and materials for the instruction of visual art in the elementary school by the classroom teacher. Prerequisite: Junior status and PEDG 3310 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS33753Sculpture IIAn exlporation of the various sculptural approaches in steel and cast metal. Contemporary and historical perspectives addressed. Prerequisite: ARTS 2326 Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS33763Ceramics IInvestigation and practice in ceramic processes, forming and firing techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS33793Photography IIIntroduction to contemporary digital photography as an art medium. Offered: Fall, Spring Arts majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequiste grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS33853Sculpture IIIAdvanced studies in sculpture with a focus on public, installation and performance art. Contemporary and historical perspectives addressed. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Prerequisite: ARTS3375Art
ARTS33863Ceramics IIOpportunities for specialization in ceramic processes. Prerequisite: ARTS 3376 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43033Color PhotographyAn introduction to color printing techniques. Prerequisite: ARTS 2379 Offered: SpringArt
ARTS43053Digital Fine Art PhotoAdvanced techniques in electronic image manipulation and fine printing as it relates to the photographic arts. Hands-on experience with a variety of scanning equipment, software tools and output devices. Course topics include post-image capture processing, the digital negative and fine printing. Emphasis on creating a body of work and the fine digital print. Prerequisite: ARTS 2379 and ARTS 3305 Offered: FallArt
ARTS43063Video ArtAdvanced techniques in digital video art production. Hands-on experience in the principles of desktop video production, including cameras, script writing, story boarding, shot composition, lighting, digital transfer and manipulation, linear and non-linear editing, and post-production DVD processing. Prerequisite: ARTS 2379 and ARTS 3305 Offered: SpringArt
ARTS43153Drawing VIISpecialized problems in studio area. Prerequisite: ARTS 3325 Offered: Art
ARTS43163Painting IVSpecialized problems in studio area. Prerequisite: ARTS 3327 Offered:Art
ARTS43173Museum & Gallery PracticesThis course addresses the socio-cultural roles of museums and their historical and contemporary practices.Art
ARTS43253Drawing VIIIA continuation of Drawing VII. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 4315 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerArt
ARTS43263Painting VA continuation of Painting IV. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 4316 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43313Alternative Fiber ProcessesInvestigation of non-loom fiber techniques; printing, dyeing, and other fiber processes. Prerequisite: ARTS 1311 Offered: FallArt
ARTS43333Brand IdentityAdvance studies in brand identity and packaging. Contemporary and historical perspectives addressed. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Prerequisite: ARTS 3333Art
ARTS43353Portfolio DevelopmentAdvance studies in professional portfolio development, self promotion, opportunities in the field, and professional standards in the field of graphic design. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence. Prerequisite: ARTS4333Art
ARTS43363Professional PracticesA study of the practical aspects of the art profession with emphasis on health hazards, business procedures, and art law. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43383Renaissance ArtA study of Renaissance art in Europe from the 14th through the 16th centuries. Prerequisite: ARTS 2305 Offered: Other Art
ARTS43433Motion DesignTopics in computer image making. Integration of animation, sound and visual communications techniques to develop digitally based projects. Prerequisite: ARTS 1311, ARTS 1316, and ARTS 1317 Art
ARTS4348319th & 20th Century ArtA study of the foundation of abstractionism from Neo-Classicism through Post-Impressionism. Prerequisite: ARTS 2305 Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43533Web DesignTopics in computer image making. Development of user interface, motion graphics, sound and visual communications techniques intended for use in creating design for the internet. Prerequisite: ARTS 1311, ARTS 1316, ARTS 1317 Offered: FallArt
ARTS43553Printmaking IIISpecialized problems in studio area. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 3365 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43633Adv Studies in Graphic DesignAdvanced topics in computer based design. Student selected problems working with specific areas of electronic design. Work done on a contract basis with specified objectives and tangible results. Prerequisite: ARTS 4343 Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43653Printmaking IVThis course is a continuation of ARTS4355 with an added focus on combining new and previously learned techniques using student identified content. Portfolio presentation and technical demonstration will be required. Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for Prerequisite: ARTS4355Art
ARTS43683Contemporary ArtA historical and critical analysis of painting from 1900 to the present. Prerequisite: ARTS 2305 Offered: Other Art
ARTS43713Elementary Visual ArtThis course is designed to prepare students to teach, as art specialists, in the elementary school. It is one of two art methods classes required for all level art certification and includes both theory and practice of art education at the primary level. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43733InternshipElective course providing an intership opportunity in field of study; graphic design, studio arts, or museum studies. Time to be arranged. Permission of the instructor required. May be repeated once for credit. Art
ARTS43753Sculpture IIISpecialized problems in studio area. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 3375 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43763Ceramics IIISpecialized problems in studio area. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: ARTS 3386 Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43803History Graphic DesignA survey of the field of graphic design from its origins to contemporary practice. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43813Advanced Studies in Visual ArtCurricula, methods, and materials for instruction of visual art in the secondary school. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43853Sculpture IVAdvanced studies in sculpture with a focus on producing a body of related, digital porfolio, and written analysis. Prerequisiste: Arts 3385 Art majors are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. The letter grade "C" will be the minimum prerequisite grade for continuing studio courses in sequence.Art
ARTS43883Modern Architecture & SculptThe development and evolution of modern architecture and sculpture from the late 19th century to the present. Prerequisite: ARTS 2305 Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43893Criticism and Theory in the Visual ArtsThis course examines the major methodologies and theories that have shaped and continue to shape the fields of visual art and art history.Art
ARTS43913Directed Individual StudyResearch in a specialized area of art history. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor Offered: Other Art
ARTS43923Study Abroad ItalyOffered: OtherArt
ARTS43933Directed Individual StudyStudy of specialized area within photography or commercial art field. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS43953Directed Individual StudyStudy of specialized area within fine arts field. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor Offered: OtherArt
ARTS43983History of PhotographyThe development and evolution of photography from its invention in 1839 to the present. Offered: Summer Art
ARTS43993Senior Thesis & ExhibitionStudent-selected problem encompassing an area of emphasis with suitable research, production, written support and oral presentation to a faculty committee. This course is a degree completion requirement for those seeking a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS53013Issues & Trends in Contemp ArtA paradigm study of current values, practices and beliefs of the art profession. Exploration of the origins and directions of artistic thought in the 20th century with emphasis on the interaction between the artist and society, the effects of that contact on artistic expression and the nature of the imagery that results from that contact. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53053Problems in PhotographyAdvanced research in photographic technique and photography as an art medium. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53083Methodology in Art HistoryIntroduction to methods of art historical research. Special research projects will be required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53183Sem in Aesthetics & CriticismAn historical survey of significant written works in the areas of aesthetics and art criticism that have reflected and/or shaped artistic practice of a given period. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53233Problems in Visual MediaExperimental research in the uses of computers as image making tools. Development of personal imagery through electronic media. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53253Problems in DrawingIndependent directed study in drawing. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53263Problems in PaintingDirected independent research leading to the development of a personal direction and statement within painting. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53283Study 19th Cent Symbolist ArtA study of the Symbolist Movement in European art from 1885-1910. A graduate research project or paper will be required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53353Problems in CraftsDirected independent research and experiment in the area of fiber crafts. Topics vary by semester. May be repeated for credit. Offered: Fall, SpringArt
ARTS53383Study in Renaissance ArtA study of Renaissance art in Europe from the 14th through the 16th centuries. A graduate research project or paper will be required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53483Study in 19th Cen Euro ArtA study of the foundations of abstractionism from Neo-Classicism through Post-Impressionism. A graduate research project or paper will be required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53583Research in Art HistoryDirected research in selected topics in Art History. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53653Problems in PrintmakingDirected independent research and experimentation in methods of printmaking. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53683Contemporary ArtA study of contemporary art. A research paper is required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53853Problems in SculptureDirected independent research and experimentation towards the development of a personal direction and statement in sculpture. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53863Problems in CeramicsDirected independent research and experimentation with technical and aesthetic issues in ceramics. May be repeated for credit. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53883Study Modern Arch & SculpA study of the development of modern architecture and sculpture from the late nineteenth century to the present. A graduate research project or paper will be required. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53903ThesisCourse requirements listed under Thesis Requirements in this catalog. Must complete both for required 6 credits. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53913ThesisCourse requirements listed under Thesis Requirements in this catalog. Must complete both for required 6 credits. Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53953Graduate StudioIndividual study at the graduate level of a specific area within the visual arts field. May be repeated for credit when the subject varies. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor Offered: OtherArt
ARTS53983Study History of PhotographyA study of the development and evolution of photography from its invention in 1839 to the present. A graduate research project or paper will be required. Offered: OtherArt

Business Communications (BCOM)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
BCOM33503Business CommunicationsEmphasis on practical applications of business writing and speaking scenarios. Course covers how to write memos, letters, resumes, analytical reports, and how to give a professional oral presentation. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerInformation Systems Analysis
BCOM52002Administrative CommunicationsEmphasis on practical aplications of business writing and speaking scenarios from a managerial perspective. Course covers strategies of writing memos, letters, resumes, analytical reports, and giving professional oral presentations. Other topics of discussion include nonverbal communication, intercultural communication, negotiating and conflict resolution. Offered: SpringInformation Systems Analysis

Biology (BIOL)

Subject CodeCourse NumberCredit HoursTitleCourse DescriptionDepartment Description
BIOL11011Supplemental LaboratoryThis course allows a transfer student to make up a laboratory deficiency at the introductory level. Departmental approval is required to enroll. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerBiology
BIOL11021Medical TerminologyAn entry-level course which provides basic vocabulary needed to function in the medical environment. Course content stresses prefix and suffix usage derived from Greek and Latin as applied to Biology. Offered: Fall, SpringBiology
BIOL13083General Biology (Non-Majors)Provides a survey of biological principles with an emphasis on humans, including chemistry of life, cells, structure, function and reproduction. THIS COURSE IS NOT INTENDED FOR SCIENCE MAJORS.Biology
BIOL13153Plants and Human Society (Non-Majors)A plant oriented, non-chemically based course for non-science majors including plant anatomy, growth and development and multiple uses of plants by human society.Biology
BIOL14064General Biology I (Majors)A survey of organisms, molecules, cells, tissues, photosynthesis, genetics, and evolution. Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerBiology
BIOL14074General Biology II (Majors)Plant and vertebrate structure and funcation, development, reproduction, and ecology. Prerequisite: A grade of at least a "C" or better in BIOL 1406 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerBiology
BIOL23063Environmental ScienceAn introduction to complimentary environmental issues and human interactions with ecosystems. Not to be used as a biology major course.Biology
BIOL24014Anatomy and Physiology IStructure and function of cells, tissues, and muscle, skeletal and nervous systems. Prerequisite: Passing scores on all sections of TASP test or be TASP exempt. May not be used as a Biology major course. Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer Biology
BIOL24024Anatomy and Physiology IIStructure and function of the circulatory, digestive, excretory and reproductive systems. Prerequisite: BIOL 2401 with a grade of at least a "C" or better Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer Biology
BIOL24204MicrobiologyMicroorganisms with emphasis on those of medical significance and problems of personal and community health. Prerequisite: A grade of at least a "C" or better in BIOL 1406, 1407 or BIOL 2401, 2402 Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerBiology
BIOL34204EmbryologyComparative study of meiosis, fertilization, cleavage and early embryology as it relates to human development of vertebrates. Prerequisite: BIOL 1406, 1407 Offered: Other Biology
BIOL34284Comparative AnatomyComparative anatomy presented from systemic viewpoint. Prerequisite: BIOL 1406, 1407 Offered: FallBiology
BIOL34404Advanced Physiology
 

EDLD 5333 Leadership for Accountability 

Rubric

Use the following rubric to guide your work.

TasksAccomplishedProficientNeedsImprovementUnacceptableWeek 2 Assignment: Mining for Data (ELCC 2.2 a., b., c.; 2.3 a., c.)Part 1:CampusReportSummary

Conductsdetailedcomparison of scores in eachsubject,subgroup, andgrade level tothe standardsfor Acceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(10 points)

Comparesscores in eachsubject,subgroup, andgrade level tothe standardsfor Acceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(8 points)

Does notcomparescores in eachsubject,subgroup, andgrade level tothe standardsfor Acceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(7 points)

Does notsummarizeCampusReport.

(0 points)Part 2:CampusGroup and CIReportSummary

Conductsdetailedcomparison of scores in eachsubject to thestandards forAcceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(10 points)

Comparesscores in eachsubject,subgroup, andgrade level tothe standardsfor Acceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(8 points)

Does notcomparescores in eachsubject,subgroup, andgrade level tothe standardsfor Acceptable,Recognized,and Exemplary.

(7 points)

Does not turnin this portionof assignment.

(0 points)Part 3: Multi- Year HistoryReportSummary

Successfullynotes trendsand/or patternsin campus AEISdata.

(10 points)

Notes onetrend and/orpattern incampus AEISdata.

(8 points)

Does not notetrends and/orpatterns incampus AEISdata.

(7 points)

Does not turnin this portionof assignment.

(0 points)Part 4: AEISChartCompletion

Completes allapplicable datain three AEISComparisonCharts.

(10 points)

Completes allapplicable datain two AEISComparisonCharts.

(8 points)

Completes allapplicable datain one AEISComparisonChart.

(7 points)

Does not turnin this portionof assignment.

(0 points)Part 5: Areaof Strength

Identifies onearea of campusIdentifies onearea of campusIdentifies onearea of campusDoes not turnin this portion

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