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    Indiana Tech
   
 
  Nov 18, 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.

 

Physics

   •  PH 1300 - General Physics I
   •  PH 1310 - General Physics I Laboratory
   •  PH 2100 - Fundamentals of Physics II
   •  PH 2300 - General Physics II
   •  PH 2310 - General Physics II Laboratory
   •  PH 3500 - Modern Physics

Prelaw

   •  PLAW 1100 - Introduction to Law Studies
   •  PLAW 1400 - Constitutional Law
   •  PLAW 2300 - Legal Research & Writing
   •  PLAW 2400 - Civil Procedural Law
   •  PLAW 4200 - Senior Capstone Project
   •  PLAW 4950 - Internship

Psychology

   •  MPSY 6920 - Capstone Course: Master of Science in Psychology
   •  PSY 1700 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSY 1750 - Human Growth & Development
   •  PSY 2000 - Understanding Diversity
   •  PSY 2300 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 2510 - Theories of Counseling
   •  PSY 2520 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 2760 - Theories of Personality
   •  PSY 2780 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 2990 - Special Topics in Psychology
   •  PSY 3510 - Bio-psychology
   •  PSY 3520 - Applied Psychology
   •  PSY 3530 - Sport Psychology
   •  PSY 3730 - Aging
   •  PSY 3750 - Interview Strategies for Helpers
   •  PSY 3770 - Assessment in Psychology
   •  PSY 3780 - Research Methods & Statistics
   •  PSY 4000 - Ethics for Psychology
   •  PSY 4200 - Senior Seminar in Psychology
   •  PSY 4370 - Child Psychology Theory and Applications
   •  PSY 4510 - Learning and Cognition
   •  PSY 4520 - Advanced Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 4530 - Health Psychology
   •  PSY 4540 - Forensic Psychology
   •  PSY 4560 - Drugs and Addictions
   •  PSY 4600 - Addiction Theory and Counceling Skills
   •  PSY 4900 - Psychology/Addictions Internship
   •  PSY 4901 - Psychology/Addictions Internship II
   •  PSY 4902 - Psychology/Addictions Internship III
   •  PSY 4910 - Child and Adolescent Internship
   •  PSY 4911 - Child and Adolescent Internship II
   •  PSY 4990 - Child and Adolescent Internship

Recreation

   •  REC 1200 - Introduction to Recreation Services
   •  REC 2000 - Recreation Programming
   •  REC 2500 - Community and Outdoor Recreation
   •  REC 2600 - Recreation Field Experience
   •  REC 3500 - Promotion Strategies and Techniques
   •  REC 4200 - Legal Issues in Recreation and Sports
   •  REC 4950 - Recreation Internship
   •  REC 4990 - Special Topics in Recreation

Recreation Therapy

   •  RT 1200 - Foundations of Recreation Therapy
   •  RT 2100 - Disabling Conditions and Recreation Therapy's Impact
   •  RT 2600 - Recreation Therapy Practicum
   •  RT 3000 - Client Assessment and Evaluation
   •  RT 3400 - Processes and Techniques
   •  RT 3700 - Administration & Management in Recreation Therapy
   •  RT 4200 - Advancement of the Profession
   •  RT 4950 - Recreation Therapy Internship

Science

   •  SCI 2000 - Contemporary Issues in Science

Social Science

   •  SS 1110 - American Government
   •  SS 2110 - Introduction to Anthropology
   •  SS 2410 - World History
   •  SS 2430 - Early United States History
   •  SS 2440 - History of Modern America
   •  SS 2460 - African-American History
   •  SS 2720 - Group Dynamics
   •  SS 2800 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SS 2810 - Social Problems
   •  SS 2820 - Marriage and the Family
   •  SS 2850 - Conflict Resolution
   •  SS 2900 - Community & Social Movements
   •  SS 2990 - Special Topics in Social Sciences
   •  SS 3300 - Sport in Society
   •  SS 4990 - Special Topics in Social Sciences

Software Engineering

   •  SE 1100 - Introduction to Software Engineering Projects
   •  SE 2100 - Software Engineering Project I
   •  SE 2110 - Software Engineering Project II
   •  SE 2120 - Software Engineering Project III
   •  SE 2990 - Special Topics
   •  SE 3110 - Software Engineering Project IV
   •  SE 3120 - Software Engineering Project V
   •  SE 4900 - SE Project/Directive Studies/Internship
   •  SE 4950 - Software Engineering Internship
   •  SE 4990 - Special Topics

Sports Management

   •  SM 1400 - Introduction to Sports Management
   •  SM 2600 - Field Experience in Sports Management
   •  SM 2990 - Special Topics in Sports Management
   •  SM 3100 - Sport Facility & Event Management
   •  SM 4200 - Sport Marketing
   •  SM 4950 - Sports Management Internship

Master of Business Administration

   •  MBA 5000 - Executive Management
   •  MBA 5110 - Management Information Systems
   •  MBA 5120 - Managerial Economics
   •  MBA 5130 - Managerial Accounting
   •  MBA 5200 - Financial Management
   •  MBA 5210 - Business Statistics
   •  MBA 5220 - Marketing Management
   •  MBA 5300 - Organizational Behavior
 

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