Oct 29, 2020  
2014-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2016 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Athletic Training

  
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    ATRN 4001 - Athletic Training Colloquium III


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): ATRN 3913 .

    Assigned athletic training seminar topics that explore problem-based situations and encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training content to reinforce retention of information from previous semester.


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    ATRN 4123 - Data Analysis


    3 (3-0)

    The focus of this course is to provide an interdisciplinary data analysis course specifically for athletic training majors using techniques and data structures relevant to clinical investigations. General topics include choosing correct procedures and using statistics to understand clinical data. Specific topics include but are not limited to basic statistics, measures of correlation and difference, hypothesis testing and bias, confidence intervals, reliability and validity, significance, power analysis, levels of evidence, sample size and distribution, assessing effects of treatment, quality improvement, relative risk and relative risk reduction, and odds ratio.


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    ATRN 4423 - Research and Athletic Training


    3 (3-0)

    This lecture course instructs the athletic training student in the role that research plays in the practice of athletic training. Topics include problem development, literature review, data analysis techniques and interpretations, institutional review boards, and communicating the results.


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    ATRN 4903 - Administration of Athletic Training


    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 3903)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior standing within the ATEP. Co-requisite(s): ATRN 4801.

    Overview of administrative and finance principles applicable to the operation of athletic training programs.


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    ATRN 4911 - Athletic Training Clinical VI - Capstone


    1 (0-3)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior standing within the ATEP.

    Problem-based course to encourage critical thinking and a continued mastery of athletic training clinical skills. Includes practical experience in both laboratory and clinical applications.


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    ATRN 4991 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    1 semester hour

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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    ATRN 4992 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    2 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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    ATRN 4993 - Independent Study in Athletic Training


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): Junior or senior standing in Athletic Training and permission of instructor.

    Specialized studies in the scientific and applied areas of athletic training.


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Bilingual Education

  
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    EDBE 3213 - Concepts/Foundations of Bilingual & Multicultural Education


    3 (3-0)

    The historical, legal, legislative, and global contexts of bilingual education as well as models of bilingual education, including characteristics and goals of various types of bilingual education programs.


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    EDBE 3313 - Methods and Materials in Bilingual Education


    3 (3-0)

    Curriculum, methods, and materials for bilingual education including instructional techniques, materials, evaluations, and classroom management.


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    EDBE 4203 - Implementation of EC-6 Dual Language Curriculum Models


    3 (3-0)

    This course addresses programmatic, cultural, academic, and linguistic considerations for the creation, implementation, and maintenance of dual language curriculum models in EC-6 settings.  In the course students will explore and implement various research-based teaching methods and strategies used in effective programs.  It will also cover key components of dual language teaching and learning, including curriculum alignment (e.g., horizontal, vertical, spiral), language separation, and parent collaboration.


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    EDBE 4333 - Bilingual Methods and Assessment


    3 (3-0)

    Curriculum, methods, materials, and assessment for bilingual education including instructional techniques, materials, evaluations, classroom management, and methods of assessing oral and written language.
     


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Biology

  
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    BIOL 1103 - Introduction to Biology


    3 (2-2)

    This course presents basic biological concepts to students who are without a background in the biological sciences. The lecture component provides the student with knowledge and understanding in biological concepts including the Scientific Method, the Cell, Genetics, Evolution, the Origin of Life, Taxonomy and Systematics, Kingdoms of Living Organisms, and Ecology. The laboratory topics correspond to concepts taught in the lecture and provide students with an experience of experimental biology. (This course is not intended for Biology majors or minors.)

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1133 - Anatomy & Physiology I


    3 (2-2)

    Structure and function of the human body. Anatomical terminology, cellular basis of life, tissues, the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems, including sense organs. Concurrent laboratory participation with animal dissection required.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1134 - Anatomy and Physiology I

    (TCCNS = BIOL 2401)
    4 (3-2)

    Structure and function of the human body. Anatomical terminology, chemical and cellular basis of life, tissues, the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems, including sense organs. Concurrent laboratory participation with animal dissection required.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1144 - General Zoology

    (TCCNS = BIOL 1413)
    4 (3-2)

    Survey of the animal world emphasizing the morphology, life cycles, and distribution of major phyla. Dissection of representative animals.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1233 - Anatomy & Physiology II


    3 (2-2)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1133  with a grade of C or better.

    Structure and function of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems of humans. Concurrent laboratory participation with animal dissection required.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1234 - Anatomy and Physiology II

    (TCCNS = BIOL 2402)
    4 (3-2)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1134  with a grade of C or better.

    Structure and function of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems of humans. Concurrent laboratory participation with animal dissection required.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 1333 - Nutrition

    (TCCNS = BIOL 1322)
    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1303  recommended.

    A study of the chemical character, metabolism, and nutritional quality of common foods. Emphasis will be placed on the relationship of nutritional health to overall well being of individuals and society. Limited to students majoring in the allied health sciences.


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    BIOL 1544 - General Botany

    (TCCNS = BIOL 1411)
    4 (3-2)

    An introduction to the plant world including structure and physiology of flowering plants, survey of plant diversity and ecological roles of plants.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    BIOL 3003 - Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science


    3 (2-2)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1234 , BIOL 2144 , CHEM 1241 , CHEM 1243 , and permission of instructor.

    Prepares students in the CLSC program for clinical training. Introduction to medical technologies, professional ethics, and the major disciplines in clinical laboratory sciences. Basic laboratory procedures and correlation of test results with common disease states.


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    BIOL 3033 - Field Zoology


    3 (1-4)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1144 , BIOL 1544 , and consent of instructor.

    Introduction to vertebrate field studies, involving data recording and collection/preservation of study specimens. Emphasis on non-game species of mammals. Field trips required. Valid Texas hunting license required.


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    BIOL 3064 - Principles of Biology II


    4 (3-3)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 3054  with a grade of C or better.

    A survey of the diversity of living organisms; a consideration of structures and functions unique to plants; an overview of mammalian systems and processes; an examination of ecological interactions among living organisms.


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    BIOL 3104 - Fundamental Genetics


    4 (3-2)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology.

    Principles of Mendelian inheritance. Introduction to the molecular basis of genetics. Application of genetic principles to agricultural, medical, and evolutionary questions. May not be applied to biology major.


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    BIOL 3234 - Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates


    4 (3-3)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology; BIOL 3064  recommended.

    Organ systems of chordates considered in relation to each other with emphasis on mammalian groups. Dissection of representative animals.


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    BIOL 3644 - Invertebrate Zoology


    4 (3-3)

    (formerly 3643)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology, including BIOL 1144.

    A survey of the structure, function, systematics, and habitats of the protist and invertebrate phyla.


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    BIOL 4033 - Herpetology


    3 (2-3)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology and permission of instructor.

    Taxonomy, ecology, and behavior of amphibians and reptiles with emphasis on local forms. Field trips required.


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    BIOL 4233 - Molecular Biology


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 3334 , CHEM 2011 , CHEM 2013 ; CHEM 4243  recommended.

    Structure and function of nucleic acids in the storage, transmission, and expression of genetic information. Proteins as the primary structural and catalytic agents of cellular and organismal biology. Prokaryotic, eukaryotic, and viral model systems. Principles of genetic engineering.


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    BIOL 4524 - Animal Parasitology


    4 (3-3)

    (formerly 4523)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology.

    Host-parasite relationships in representative groups, with emphasis on taxonomic, ecological, and preventive aspects.


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    BIOL 4673 - Desert Ecology


    3 (2-2)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1144 , BIOL 1544 ; BIOL 4684  recommended.

    Major deserts of the world by location, iconic flora and fauna, and biologically important geological features.  Biological processes and abiotic factors affecting desert ecosystems.  General patterns of biodiversity, energy flow, and biotic/abiotic relationships.  Emphasis on the Chihuahuan Desert, including one week at the Dalquest Desert Research Station.


     

    Effective Term: Summer 2016 - New Course


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    BIOL 4684 - Ecology


    4 (3-3)

    Prerequisite(s): One year of biology, MATH 1233 ; BIOL 3534  recommended.

    Biomes; the physical environment; energy flow in ecosystems; population structure and dynamics; growth, distribution, dispersal patterns; species interactions; community structure; theories of diversity; succession.


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    BIOL 4693 - Tropical Rainforest Ecology


    3 semester hours

    An introduction to the neotropical rainforest which includes topics on biodiversity of plants and animals, climate, deforestation and conservation, ecotourism, and other pertinent topics. An organized 10-14 day field trip to a neotropical rainforest is required.


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    BIOL 4714 - Cell Biology


    4 (3-3)

    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 3054 , BIOL 3064 , and BIOL 3334  or consent of instructor.

    Organization, structure, function, and evolution of eukaryotic cells; intermediary metabolism and biosynthesis; membrane composition, function and synthesis; cytoskeleton structure and function; signal transduction; regulation of the cell cycle; programmed cell death; gene function and regulation; growth and reproduction.


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    BIOL 4813 - History of the Natural Sciences


    3 (3-0)

    Co-requisite(s): BIOL 4913  

    We will explore the history of Natural Science from the earliest drawings of animals made in caves to the Human Genome Project.  Particular emphasis will be placed upon those pivotal discoveries that took place in and around London.  One third of the course will be delivered by the instructor, one third by local experts, and one third of the time will be spent on field trips.  Trips will include visits to The Natural History Museum and Down House.




    Effective Term: Summer 2015 - New Course


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    BIOL 4911 - Independent Study


    1 semester hour

    Prerequisite(s): A written proposal must be approved by the department chair prior to registration. (Also see prerequisites under Independent Study Course  section.)

    Directed research and study in specialized areas of biology. A minimum of 45 laboratory and/or field hours with supporting literature review is required per semester credit hour.


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    BIOL 4912 - Independent Study


    2 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): A written proposal must be approved by the department chair prior to registration. (Also see prerequisites under Independent Study Course  section.)

    Directed research and study in specialized areas of biology. A minimum of 45 laboratory and/or field hours with supporting literature review is required per semester credit hour.


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    BIOL 4913 - Independent Study


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): A written proposal must be approved by the department chair prior to registration. (Also see prerequisites under Independent Study Course  section.)

    Directed research and study in specialized areas of biology. A minimum of 45 laboratory and/or field hours with supporting literature review is required per semester credit hour.


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Business Administration

  
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    BUAD 1033 - Foundations of Business

    (TCCNS = BUSI 1301)
    3 (3-0)

    A general survey course introducing the functional areas of business. This course introduces the beginning business student to various business disciplines and demonstrates their interrelationships. Ethical issues and decision making facing the business person, managing in the global environment, leadership, managing communication, and personal presentation are introduced.

    Core Code: 090B - Undergraduate Inquiry & Creativity


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    BUAD 3033 - Business and Economic Statistics


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above or consent of the chair, MATH 1203  or MATH 1233 , and MIS 2003  or equivalent.

    Introduction to statistical methods for the analysis of problems encountered in business and economics. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, sampling and sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and simple and multiple regression and correlation.


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    BUAD 3103 - MIS for Non-Business Majors


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): BAAS major or consent of instructor.

    Introduction to management information systems and the importance of systems in achieving organizational goals. Includes an overview of hardware, software, databases, and other technology impacting management issues. May not be counted toward a major or minor within the Dillard College of Business Administration.


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    BUAD 3223 - Business Communications


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above or consent of the chair.

    Study and applications of the concepts of inter- and intra-organizational communication - oral and written. Includes listening skills, letters, memos, proposals, resumes, giving instructions, chairing meetings, and interviews.


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    BUAD 3323 - Business Ethics


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above or consent of the chair.

    An introduction to the ethical dilemmas faced by business persons and business leaders. This course will introduce students to the concepts required for ethical decision making in the current business environment and will examine ethical standards to which business leaders should adhere. This course should enable the student to examine ethical dilemmas from various perspectives and understand ethical issues from varying perspectives.


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    BUAD 4706 - International Business Ethics


    6 (6-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above or consent of the chair.

    This course examines the complexity of ethical decision making in international business resulting from different cultural influences.  This course is taught in London during Summer II as part of the MSU International Studies Program.  Students will receive 6 hours credit for successful completion of this course.  One half of the earned grade in this class is determined from a research paper.




    Effective Term: Summer 2015 - New Course


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    BUAD 4893 - Internship in Business Administration


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): See requirements under Internship Programs in Requirements for the Bachelor of Business Administration .

    Field experience in selected areas of business administration with local or regional organizations. May involve a specific project or theoretical integration with the “real world.” May be repeated once. Must be approved with all paperwork completed prior to registration. Total hours granted for internships in all areas of business administration may not exceed six hours of credit.


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    BUAD 4993 - International Issues in Business


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above or consent of the chair, and consent of the instructor.

    Examination of government regulation and culture in the European Union as it affects the different disciplines of business.


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Chemistry

  
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    CHEM 1103 - Introductory Chemistry (Essentials of Chemistry)


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): MATH 1003 , math TSI Assessment score of 350, or equivalent.

    Recommended for students majoring in business, criminal justice, education, or liberal arts. An introduction to chemical principles and concepts. Allied health science majors should take CHEM 1303 .

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    CHEM 1143 - General Chemistry

    (TCCNS = CHEM 1311)
    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1233 or 1534 and high school chemistry or CHEM 1103 within 5 years.

    Atomic and molecular structure, periodic law, states of matter, reactions.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    CHEM 1303 - General-Organic-Biological Chemistry

    (TCCNS = CHEM 1306)
    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 1203)

    Prerequisite(s): MATH 1003 , math THEA score of 270, math Accuplacer score of 90, or satisfactory score on placement exam.

    An introduction to general, organic, and biological chemistry for the allied health sciences.

    Core Code: 030N - Life & Physical Sciences


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    CHEM 2003 - Organic Chemistry

    (TCCNS = CHEM 2323)
    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 3003)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1243  with a grade of C or better.

    A comprehensive study of the physical and chemical characteristics of compounds of carbon. Reaction mechanisms, synthesis, and reactions of hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, and alcohols.


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    CHEM 2013 - Organic Chemistry

    (TCCNS = CHEM 2325)
    3 (3-0)

    (formerly 3013)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 2003  with a grade of C or better recommended.

    A continuation of CHEM 2003 . Includes properties, synthesis, and reactions of aldehydes, ketones, amines, carboxylic acids, and derivatives, multi-functional, and aryl compounds. Spectroscopy of organic compounds.


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    CHEM 3305 - Analytical Chemistry I


    5 (3-4)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1241  and CHEM 1243 .

    Theory and laboratory applications of methods of quantitative analysis. Topics include statistical analysis of data, gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, potentiometry, basic electrochemistry, spectroscopy, and analytical separations.


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    CHEM 3405 - Analytical Chemistry II


    5 (3-4)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 3305 .

    Theory and laboratory applications of modern instrumental methods of analysis. Topics include signal processing, advanced spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, electroanalysis, chromatography, and electrophoresis.


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    CHEM 3504 - Introductory Environmental Chemistry


    4 (3-3)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1241  and CHEM 1243 .

    A systematic study of the important chemical principles applicable to environmental systems, including considerations of the sources, detection, treatment and prevention of air, water, and soil pollution.


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    CHEM 4001 - Seminar


    1 semester hour

    Prerequisite(s): 6 advanced hours in chemistry. May not be counted toward the minor in chemistry. (See chemistry advisor for details.)

    Participation in seminar presentations and discussions.


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    CHEM 4305 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry


    5 (3-4)

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1253 , CHEM 3405  and CHEM 3705  (may be concurrent).

    A systematic study of the basic principles applicable to inorganic chemistry and the chemistry of selected main group elements, transition metal complexes, organometallic compounds, bioinorganic systems, and inorganic chemistry laboratory practice.


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    CHEM 4911 - Independent Study in Chemistry


    1 semester hour

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4900 ; consent of instructor and department chair.

    See independent study restrictions in general information section of catalog. Directed chemical research in problems of interest to the student and instructor. Minimum of 54 hours of laboratory work per semester hour credit. Requires a formal written research report. May not be counted toward the minor in chemistry.


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    CHEM 4922 - Independent Study in Chemistry


    2 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4900 ; consent of instructor and department chair.

    See independent study restrictions in general information section of catalog. Directed chemical research in problems of interest to the student and instructor. Minimum of 54 hours of laboratory work per semester hour credit. Requires a formal written research report. May not be counted toward the minor in chemistry.


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    CHEM 4933 - Independent Study in Chemistry


    3 semester hours

    Prerequisite(s): CHEM 4900 ; consent of instructor and department chair.

    See independent study restrictions in general information section of catalog. Directed chemical research in problems of interest to the student and instructor. Minimum of 54 hours of laboratory work per semester hour credit. Requires a formal written research report. May not be counted toward the minor in chemistry.


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Computer Science

  
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    CMPS 1013 - Computer Concepts and Applications

    (TCCNS = COSC 1301)
    3 (2-2)

    An introduction to common software applications and computer terminology across a wide variety of disciplines, building a framework for computer use in a technological world. Emphasis is placed on lifelong learning and application of computers to everyday problems through software tools and online techniques. Contemporary topics in the area of computers, technology, and ethical issues are also included.


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    CMPS 1023 - Computing for Science Majors


    3 (3-0)

    Prerequisite(s): MATH 1233  or MATH 1534  or concurrent enrollment therein. Declared major in the College of Science and Mathematics or permission of instructor.

    Study of topics related to the use of computers in the natural sciences. Topics include, but are not limited to, advanced use of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software; also statistical software, scientific visualization, natural science simulation, image processing, and string processing in a command-line environment. Satisfies the general degree requirement for computer literacy.


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