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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


The courses described below are listed in numerical order by discipline. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. If laboratory periods are required they are indicated after the description. For example, the notation “3 plus 1” indicates 3 class periods and 1 lab period per week.

 

Mathematics

   •  MA 1015 - Intro to Technical Mathematics
   •  MA 1020 - Foundations of Mathematics II
   •  MA 1025 - Mathematical Problem-Solving
   •  MA 1030 - Applied Algebra
   •  MA 1035 - College Algebra
   •  MA 1040 - Finite Mathematics
   •  MA 1050 - Geometry for Educators
   •  MA 1055 - Applied Trigonometry
   •  MA 1060 - Trigonometry
   •  MA 1100 - Applied Calculus I
   •  MA 1110 - Applied Calculus II
   •  MA 1200 - Calculus I
   •  MA 1210 - Calculus II
   •  MA 1520 - Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
   •  MA 2010 - Foundations of Statistics
   •  MA 2025 - Statistical Problem-Solving
   •  MA 2100 - Differential Equations & Linear Algebra
   •  MA 2150 - Linear Algebra
   •  MA 2200 - Calculus III
   •  MA 2300 - Differential Equations
   •  MA 2430 - Probability & Statistics for Engineers
   •  MA 2990 - Special Topics in Mathematics
   •  MA 3000 - History of Mathematics
   •  MA 3200 - Graph Theory
   •  MA 3300 - Introductory Real Analysis
   •  MA 4100 - Introductory Complex Analysis
   •  MA 4300 - Modern Algebra
   •  MA 4990 - Special Topics in Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

   •  ME 2050 - Overview of Machines & Fluids
   •  ME 3110 - Theory of Machines
   •  ME 3200 - Thermodynamics I
   •  ME 3400 - Mechanical Engineering Design I
   •  ME 3405 - Finite Element Analysis
   •  ME 3410 - Mechanical Engineering Design II
   •  ME 4200 - Thermodynamics II
   •  ME 4210 - Thermal Science Investigations
   •  ME 4260 - Heat Transfer
   •  ME 4270 - Heat Transfer Laboratory
   •  ME 4280 - Energy Systems Design
   •  ME 4700 - Controls Engineering
   •  ME 4820 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
   •  ME 4950 - Mechanical Engineering Internship
   •  ME 4973 - ME Senior Project I
   •  ME 4974 - ME Senior Project II
   •  ME 4990 - Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

Networking

   •  NET 1100 - Introduction to Networking
   •  NET 1200 - Network Design I
   •  NET 1250 - Network Design II
   •  NET 1500 - Circuits & Signals
   •  NET 2000 - Windows Networking
   •  NET 2200 - Advanced Routing & Switching
   •  NET 2300 - Script Programming
   •  NET 2500 - Linux Networking
   •  NET 2990 - Networking Special Topics
   •  NET 3200 - Wireless & Mobile Communication
   •  NET 3300 - Network Security
   •  NET 3400 - Directed Studies in Networking
   •  NET 4000 - Networking Seminar
   •  NET 4100 - Network Design & Administration
   •  NET 4200 - Advanced Server Systems
   •  NET 4300 - Voice & Video Systems
   •  NET 4900 - Networking Project/Internship
   •  NET 4990 - Special Topics in Networking

Organizational Leadership

   •  OL 3000 - Employee Development
   •  OL 3200 - Managing Organizational Change & Continuous Improvement
   •  OL 3300 - Quantitative Decision-Making
   •  OL 3400 - Financial Systems for Decision-Making
   •  OL 4000 - Strategic Planning
   •  OL 4100 - Qualitative Decision-Making
   •  OL 4900 - Organizational Leadership Capstone

Physical Education

   •  EDU 3055 - Developing Content Area Literacy
   •  PHED 1140 - History & Principles of Physical Education
   •  PHED 1449 - Phyical Education Freshman Experience I
   •  PHED 1949 - Physical Education Freshman Experience II
   •  PHED 2210 - Principles of Fitness & Nutrition
   •  PHED 2449 - Physical Education Sophomore Experience I
   •  PHED 2600 - Youth Fitness and Recreation Field Experience
   •  PHED 2949 - Physical Education Sophomore Experience II
   •  PHED 3449 - Physical Education Beginning Practicum
   •  PHED 3500 - Kinesiology
   •  PHED 3700 - Motor Learning & Movement Development
   •  PHED 3710 - Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries
   •  PHED 3720 - Secondary (7-12) Physical Education Methods
   •  PHED 3730 - Exercise Physiology
   •  PHED 3800 - Elementary (P-6) Physical Education Methods
   •  PHED 3810 - Theory of Strength & Conditioning
   •  PHED 3850 - Curriculum Development & Theory
   •  PHED 3949 - Elementary Advanced Practicum
   •  PHED 4000 - First Aid, CPR and AED
   •  PHED 4449 - Physical Education Senior Experience
   •  PHED 4610 - Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education
   •  PHED 4800 - Administration of Sport & Physical Education
   •  PHED 4810 - Adapted Physical Education
   •  PHED 4850 - Professional Development Seminar
   •  PHED 4900 - Student Teaching-Lower Grades
   •  PHED 4950 - Student Teaching-Upper Grades
   •  PHED 4960 - Youth Fitness and Recreation Internship

Physics

   •  PH 1000 - Physical Science
   •  PH 1100 - Fundamentals of Physics
   •  PH 1300 - General Physics I
 

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