2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Aug 25, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering
0-999: Developmental precollege-level courses
1000-2999: Lower division courses intended for undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  1 for a first-year course, 2 for a second-year course
3000-4999: Upper division courses carrying undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  3 for a third-year course, 4 for a fourth-year course.
5000-5999: Courses that carry graduate credit only in a major field different from that of the department offering the course. 
6000-6999: Courses that carry graduate credit in any major field.  
7000-7999: Courses intended for graduate students only.
8000-9999: Courses intended for post-master or doctoral-level work.
Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results.  For example, using “6*” will give all 6000 graduate-level courses.
 

Biomedical Sciences

   •  BMS 7500 - Molecular Biochemistry I
   •  BMS 7520 - Molecular Biochemistry II
   •  BMS 7530 - Molecular Signalling-Molecular Cell Biology
   •  BMS 7600 - Molecular Biology of the Nucleus
   •  BMS 7630 - In Vivo NMR Spectroscopy and Imaging
   •  BMS 7650 - Computational Tools and Strategies in Biomed Sciences
   •  BMS 7670 - Molecular Basis of Inherited Disease
   •  BMS 7750 - Pathogenic Mechanisms
   •  BMS 7770 - Gene Therapy
   •  BMS 7780 - Cell Biology
   •  BMS 7860 - Lean Process Improvement for Engineers
   •  BMS 8020 - Immunology
   •  BMS 8030 - Pathogenic Microbiology
   •  BMS 8050 - Intercellular Communication
   •  BMS 8070 - Virology
   •  BMS 8170 - Biological Safety
   •  BMS 8370 - Human Gross Anatomy
   •  BMS 8380 - Human Microanatomy
   •  BMS 8530 - Ion Channels
   •  BMS 8560 - Glial Cell Physiology
   •  BMS 8620 - Human Physiology
   •  BMS 8630 - Principles of Biomedical Research
   •  BMS 8650 - Introduction Neurophysiology
   •  BMS 8690 - Quant Aspct-Membrane Transport
   •  BMS 8720 - Mechanisms of Cell Death
   •  BMS 8750 - Neuroscience & Physiology
   •  BMS 8990 - Continuing Registration
   •  BMS 9030 - Human Neurobiology
   •  BMS 9540 - Quantitative Workload Analysis
   •  BMS 9560 - Medical Ultrasonics
   •  BMS 9570 - Computed Tomography
   •  BMS 9590 - Processing of Medical Images
   •  BMS 9610 - Neuromuscular Engineering
   •  BMS 9900 - Biomedical Sciences Seminar
   •  BMS 9910 - Special Topics
   •  BMS 9940 - Introduction to Research
   •  BMS 9950 - Non-Dissertation Research
   •  BMS 9960 - Laboratory Rotation I
   •  BMS 9970 - Laboratory Rotation II
   •  BMS 9980 - Laboratory Rotation III
   •  BMS 9990 - Dissertation Research

Business

   •  BUS 1000 - Business & Career Opportunities
   •  BUS 4000 - Applied Business Planning for Commercialization

Career and Technical Education

   •  CTE 4000 - Pre-Service Workshop for CTE Teachers
   •  CTE 4100 - Learning Environment
   •  CTE 4150 - Career and Technical Education Practicum
   •  CTE 4250 - Curriculum and Assessment
   •  CTE 4350 - Global Engagement
   •  CTE 4450 - Essentials of CTE
   •  CTE 4800 - Safe, Supportive Learning Environment
   •  CTE 4810 - Teaching At-Risk Students
   •  CTE 4820 - Laws and Regulations in Education
   •  CTE 4830 - Integrating Academics with CTE
   •  CTE 4900 - Independent Study in CTE
   •  CTE 6000 - Pre-Service Workshop for CTE Teachers
   •  CTE 6100 - Learning Environment
   •  CTE 6150 - Career & Technical Education Practicum - Grad
   •  CTE 6250 - Curriculum & Assessment
   •  CTE 6350 - Global Engagement
   •  CTE 6450 - Essentials of CTE
   •  CTE 6900 - Independent Study
   •  CTE 7300 - Research in CTE

Center for Economic Education

   •  ECO 5000 - Econ Studies for Teachers
   •  ECO 5140 - What Every Consumer Should Know
   •  ECO 5170 - Economic Application Using the Internet I
   •  ECO 5180 - Economic Application Using the Internet II
   •  ECO 5230 - Everything You Need to Know to Stretch Your Buck
   •  ECO 5500 - Teaching Economics Using Children’s Literature
   •  ECO 5520 - Entrepreneurship Basics for Teachers
   •  ECO 5540 - Economics and World History
   •  ECO 5550 - Economics and United States History
   •  ECO 5560 - International Economics for K-12 Teachers
   •  ECO 5580 - Economics and Geography
   •  ECO 5690 - Insurance Basics for Teachers
   •  ECO 5700 - Personal Finance Education for Teachers
   •  ECO 5720 - Credit

Chemistry

   •  CHM 1010 - Introduction to Chemistry
   •  CHM 1010L - Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHM 1020 - Elementary Organic Chemistry with Applications
   •  CHM 1020L - Elementary Organic Chemistry with Applications Laboratory
   •  CHM 1050 - Chemistry of Our World: Living Things
   •  CHM 1050L - Chemistry of Our World: Living Things Laboratory
   •  CHM 1060 - Chemistry of Our World: Materials
   •  CHM 1060L - Chemistry of Our World: Materials Laboratory
   •  CHM 1070 - Chemistry of Our World: Energy and the Environment
   •  CHM 1070L - Chemistry of Our World: Energy and the Environment Laboratory
   •  CHM 1210 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHM 1210L - General Chemistry Lab I
   •  CHM 1210R - General Chemistry Lab I Recitation
   •  CHM 1220 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHM 1220L - General Chemistry Lab II
   •  CHM 1220R - General Chemistry Lab II Recitation
   •  CHM 2110 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHM 2110L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
   •  CHM 2110R - Organic Chemistry Lab I Recitation
   •  CHM 2120 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHM 2120L - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHM 2120R - Organic Chemistry Lab II Recitation
   •  CHM 2450 - Concepts in Chemistry I for Early and Middle Childhood Education
   •  CHM 3120 - Quantitative Analysis
 

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