Oct 29, 2020  
Student Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Student Catalog 2020-2021

—Course Descriptions


 

Drafting, Design and 3D Modeling

  
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    DDT 2813 - Inventor 3D Model and Animation

    3 Semester Hours
    This course will provide instruction on the 3D applications of lnventor. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the utilization of assembly drawings and animation of working parts. Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 2823 - Revit Architecture

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides instruction on the 3D applications of Revit Architecture. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the animation walk thru of the 3D building Two hours lecture and 2 hours lab.
  
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    DDT 2911 - Special Project

    1 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: consent of the instructor) A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other drafting courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience. 2 hours lab
  
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    DDT 2912 - Special Project

    2 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: consent of the instructor) A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other drafting courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience. 4 hours lab
  
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    DDT 2913 - Special Project

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: consent of the instructor) A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other drafting courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience. 6 hours lab
  
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    DDT 2923 - Supervised Work Experience

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides related on-the-job training in an office environment. This training must include at least 135 clock hours.

Early Childhood Education Technology

  
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    CDT 1111 - Early Childhood Education Seminar I

    1 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club and on-campus activities, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.
  
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    CDT 1113 - Early Childhood Profession

    3 Semester Hours
    This course is an introduction to the profession of early childhood, types of early childhood programs, and theories of child development. Students are required to develop observational skills through laboratory experience. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CDT 1121 - Early Childhood Education Seminar II

    1 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club and on-campus activities, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.
  
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    CDT 1214 - Infant & Toddler Development

    4 Semester Hours
    This course provides knowledge concerning the care and development of infants and toddlers in group settings. Practice of infant and toddler caregiving (birth to 36 months) in group settings through classroom laboratory or collaborative centers. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CDT 1224 - Preschool & Primary Development

    4 Semester Hours
    This course provides knowledge concerning the care, development, and education of the preschool child in group settings. Practice is given in preschool children caregiving in group settings through classroom laboratory or collaborative centers. (Ages 3 -8). Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    CDT 1313 - Creative Arts for Young Children

    3 Semester Hours
    This course is designed to plan and develop creative art activities with children birth to age eight. Activities will be implemented during Student Teaching I and II. Four hours lecture.
  
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    CDT 1343 - Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides knowledge of general health, safety, and nutrition practices in the care and education of young children that includes health and safety issues required by the Mississippi Department of Health (MDH) Regulations Governing Licensure of Childcare Facilities and referenced in the Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS-R) and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS-R).
  
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    CDT 1513 - Nutrition for Young Children

    3 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on fundamental principles of child nutrition that include healthy food selections, healthy lifestyle choices, and the practical applications of these principles in the early childhood setting. Three hours lecture
  
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    CDT 1713 - Language and Literacy Development for Young Children

    3 Semester Hours
    This course includes a study of oral and written language development of young children and the implementation of a developmentally appropriate language arts curriculum. The Mississippi Early L earning Guidelines, Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS -R), and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS -R) are utilized. Three hours lecture
  
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    CDT 2111 - Early Childhood Education Seminar III

    1 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club and on-campus activities, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.
  
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    CDT 2121 - Early Childhood Education Seminar IV

    1 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club and on-campus activities, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.
  
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    CDT 2233 - Guiding Social and Emotional Behavior

    3 Semester Hours
    This course focuses on identification of developmental stages and environmental influences on young children’s behavior. Positive guidance principles are discussed and practiced to ensure a productive learning environment. Resources include the Mississippi Department of Health Regulations Governing Licensure of Childcare Facilities, Mississippi Early Learning Guidelines, Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS -R), and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS -R). Lab activities will be implemented during Student Teaching I and II Three hours lecture
  
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    CDT 2413 - Development of the Exceptional Child

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: Permission by the Instructor.) This course provides knowledge of atypically developing children, family, and classroom intervention strategies and available support services. Legal, ethical, legislative, and family issues will be explored. Resources include Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS-R), and Early Childhood Environmenal Rating Scaled Revised (ECERS-R). Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    CDT 2513 - Family Dynamics and Community Involvement

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides knowledge for establishing successful partnerships with children’s families and communities by creating respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families while involving families in their children’s development and learning.
  
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    CDT 2613 - Methods, Materials, and Measurements

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides knowledge of an integrated approach to planning, preparing, implementing, and evaluating early childhood curriculum and environments. As students gain a broader understanding of young children, this knowledge will be reflected in their curriculum planning. Students will gain strategies for organizing, analyzing, and interpreting observation data to improve program quality and meet the needs of individual children. The learning experience will be implemented during Practicum. Three hours lecture
  
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    CDT 2713 - Social Studies, Math, and Science for Young Children

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides instructional and hands-on techniques in planning developmentally appropriate activities in social studies, math, and science for young children. Lab activities with the children are implemented during Student Teaching I and II. Three semester hours
  
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    CDT 2813 - Administration of Programs for Young Children

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: First three semesters of core courses or by permission of ECE T Program Coordinator) This course provides an overview of the development and administration of programs for young children. Emphasis is placed on evaluation of policies and procedures, organizational structure, management, and the Mississippi Childcare Quality Steps System (MCCQSS).
  
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    CDT 2914 - Initial Practicum

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: Creative Arts for Young Children CDT 1313 , Language and Literacy Development for Young Children CDT 1313 , Child Health and Safety CDT 1343 , Child Development I CDT 1313 , and Child Development II CDT 1224  or by permission of ECET Program Coordinator. Co-requisite: Nutrition for Young Children CDT 1513 ) This course is supervised practicum which includes a minimum of 120 clock hours of observation and supervised traching in an approved early childhood setting. The course provides the application of evidence based best practices of early education principles and theories. Students work to create an environment that is safe, healthy, and developmentally appropriate to promote an optimum learning environment for young children.
  
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    CDT 2944 - Advanced Practicum

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: Creative Arts CDT 1313 , Guiding Social and Emotional Behavior CDT 2233 , Methods and Materials CDT 2613 , Social Studies, Math, Science for Young Children CDT 2713 , Child Development I CDT 1214 , and Child Development II CDT 1224 , Student Teaching I CDT CDT 2914 , or by permission of the ECET program coordinator. Co-requisite: Administration of Programs for Young Children CDT 2813 ) This course is a supervised practicum which includes a minimum of 120 clock hours of supervised teaching in an approved early childhood setting. The course is a capstone course which focuses on the student’s demonstration of competencies throughout the daily routine using a unit of study for young children. It is usually the last course taken before completion of the program. Ten semester lab hours.

Economics

  
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    ECO 2113 - Principles of Macroeconomics

    3 Semester Hours
    The study of the nation’s economy to include the following topics: supply and demand, production possibilities, monetary and fiscal policies, factors of production, GDP/business cycles and economic growth, and circular flow of market economics.
  
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    ECO 2123 - Principles of Microeconomics

    3 Semester Hours
    The study of firms, industries and consumers to include the following topics: supply and demand, elasticity of demand and supply, consumer choice theory, production and cost theory and market structures.

Education

  
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    EDU 0111 - PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators

    1 Semester Hours
    Review of basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics required on the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators examination. Completion of practice examinations.
  
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    EDU 1613 - Foundations of Education

    3 Semester Hours
    Survey of the history and philosophies of American education with special emphasis on current issues and problems in education. Includes a minimum of 30 hours of field experience.
  
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    EDU 2513 - Introduction to Elementary Education

    3 Semester Hours
    An introduction to elementary schools and the role of teachers. Study of and formulation of philosophical thought in relation to educational assumptions, questions, problems, and alternatives. Includes a minimum of 30 hours of field experience in the elementary schools and/or middle schools.
  
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    EDU 2613 - Introduction to Secondary Education

    3 Semester Hours
    An introduction to secondary schools and the role of teachers. Study of a formulation of philosophical thought in relation to educational assumptions, questions, problems, and alternatives. Includes a minimum of 30 hours field experience in junior and/or senior high schools.

Educational Psychology

  
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    EPY 2513 - Child Psychology

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: PSY 1513 ) A study of the various aspects of human growth and development during childhood. Topics include physical, psychosocial and cognitive development from conception into emerging adolescence.
  
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    EPY 2533 - Human Growth & Development

    3 Semester Hours
    A study of human growth and development from conception through late adulthood, including death and dying. Topics include physical, psychosocial and cognitive development.

Electrical Technology

  
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    ELT 1113 - Residential/Light Commercial Wiring

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides advanced skills related to the wiring of multifamily and small commercial buildings. This course includes instruction and practice in service entrance installation, specialized circuits, and the use of commercial raceways. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    ELT 1123 - Commercial and Industrial Wiring

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides instruction and practice in the installation of commercial and industrial electrical services including the types of conduit and other raceways, NEC code requirements, and three-phase distribution networks. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 1143 - AC/DC Circuits for Electrical Technology

    3 Semester Hours
    Principles and theories associated with AC and DC circuits in the electrical trades. Includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulas, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC and DC circuits.
  
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    ELT 1193 - Fundamentals of Electricity

    3 Semester Hours
    This is a basic course designed to provide fundamental skills associated with all electrical courses It includes safety, basic tools, special tools, equipment, and introduction to simple AC and DC circuits Lecture with laboratory demonstrations.
  
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    ELT 1213 - Electrical Power

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides skills related to electrical motors and their installation. This course includes instruction and practice in using the different types of motors, transformers, and alternators. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory
  
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    ELT 1223 - Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides instruction in the principles and practice of electrical motor repair. This course includes topics on the disassembly/assembly and preventive maintenance of common electrical motors. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 1253 - Branch Circuit and Service Entrance Calculations

    3 Semester Hours
    The course is designed to teach students the calculations of circuit sizes for all branch circuits and service entrances in all electrical installation.  Proper use of the National Electrical Code will be required. (3 sch: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab)
  
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    ELT 1263 - Electrical Drawing and Schematics

    3 Semester Hours
    This course introduces architectural, industrial, mechanical, and electrical symbols needed to read blueprints and schematics diagrams. Prints and drawings associated with electrical wiring will be studied. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    ELT 1333 - Flexible Manufacturing Systems for Electrical Technology

    3 Semester Hours
    This course is a production project which requires the student to apply technical skills acquired in previous courses. Project management is provided by the instructor with the students working as teams in each particular area of the manufacturing system. The students are required to plan the project and prepare the integrated system to manufacture a product. This includes all software, hardware, fixtures, clamping mechanisms, material handling requirements, sensors and interfacing, and external control devices. (3 sch: 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab)
  
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    ELT 1413 - Motor Control Systems

    3 Semester Hours
    This is a course in the installation of different motor control circuits and devices. Emphasis is placed on developing the student’s ability to diagram, wire, and troubleshoot the different circuits and mechanical control devices. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 2113 - Equipment Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair

    3 Semester Hours
    Maintenance and troubleshooting techniques, use of technical manuals and test equipment, and inspection/evaluation/repair of equipment. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)
  
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    ELT 2423 - Solid State Motor Control

    3 Semester Hours
    This course deals with the principles and operation of solid state motor control. This course includes instruction and practice in the design, installation, and maintenance of different solid state devices for motor control Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 2613 - Programmable Logic Controllers

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides instruction and practice in the use of programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) in modern industrial settings. This course includes instruction in the operating principles of PLC’s and practice in the programming, installation, and maintenance of PLC’s Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 2623 - Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ELT 2613  and ELT 1413 ) This course is an advanced PLC course that provides instruction in the various operations, installations, and maintenance of electric motor controls. Also, information in such areas as sequencer, program control, block transfer used in analog input and output programming, and logical and conversion instructions. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    ELT 2913 - Special Projects

    3 Semester Hours
    This course provides practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other electrical or electrical-related technical courses. The instructor works closely with the student to ensure that the selection of the project will enhance the student’s learning experience. (3 sch: 6 hrs lab)

Electronics Technology

  
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    EET 1114 - DC Circuits

    4 Semester Hours
    This course is designed for students to know the principles and theories associated with DC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze DC circuits. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 1123 - AC Circuits

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: EET 1114 ) This course is designed to provide students with the principles and theories associated with AC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC circuits. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 1192 - Fundamentals of Electronics (HVAC students)

    2 Semester Hours
    Courses to explain, demonstrate, and practice general safety procedures in the shop, lab, and industrial environments. This course will also allow the student to demonstrate and utilize the proper bread boarding techniques, proficiency in the use of a calculator, the proper use and operation of test equipment, and proper soldering and desoldering techniques.
  
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    EET 1214 - Digital Electronics

    4 Semester Hours
    This course is designed to introduce the student to number systems, logic circuits, counters, registers, memory devices, combination logic circuits, Boolean algebra, and a basic computer system. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 1334 - Solid State Devices and Circuits

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: EET 1114 , EET 1123 ) This course is designed to introduce the student to active devices which include PN junction diodes, bipolar transistors, bipolar transistor circuits, and unipolar devices with emphasis on low frequency application and troubleshooting. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 1613 - Computer Fundamentals of Electronics/Electricity

    3 Semester Hours
    This course introduces the student to basic computer science as used in electricity/electronics areas. Computer nomenclature, logic, numbering systems, coding, operating system commands, editing, and batch files are covered. (This course may be substituted for Introduction to Computers.) Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 2334 - Linear Integrated Circuits

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is designed to provide the student with skills and knowledge associated with advanced semiconductor devices and linear integrated circuits. Emphasis is placed on linear integrated circuits used with operational amplifiers, active filters, voltage regulators, timers, and phase-locked loops. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.
  
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    EET 2414 - Electronic Communications

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is designed to provide the student with concepts and skills related to analog and digital communications. Topics covered include amplitude and frequency modulation, transmission, and reception, data transmission formats and codes, the RS232 interface, and modulation-demodulation of digital communications. Two hour lecture and four hours laboratory
  
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    EET 2514 - Interfacing Techniques

    4 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is a study of data acquisition devices and systems including their interface to microprocessors and other control systems. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory
  
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    ROT 1213 - Industrial Hydraulics

    3 Semester Hours
    This course introduces the students to basic hydraulics, hydraulic actuators, accumulators, valves, pumps, motors, fluids, coolers, and filters. Emphasis is placed on development of hydraulic control circuits and troubleshooting. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.
  
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    ROT 1223 - Industrial Pneumatics

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ROT 1213 ) This course introduces the students to basic pneumatic principles, compression of air, work devices, control devices, and circuit diagrams. Emphasis is placed on development of pneumatic control circuits, electromechanical control of fluid power, and troubleshooting techniques. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

Engineering

  
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    EGR 2413 - Engineering Mechanics I: Statics

    3 Semester Hours
    (Pre-/Co-requisite: MAT 1623 ) A lecture course covering the equilibrium of point objects and extended objects in two and three dimensions using vector algebra. Also discussed are distributed forces, structures, friction, and moments of inertia in two and three dimensions.

English

  
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    ENG 0113 - Beginning English and Reading

    3 Semester Hours
    This course integrates reading, critical thinking, and writing assignments to develop proficiency in specific integrated and contextualized reading and writing skills and strategies. Topics include reading and writing processes, critical thinking strategies, and recognition and composition of well-developed, coherent, and unified essays. 3 hour lecture
  
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    ENG 0143 - Composition Companion

    3 Semester Hours
    A companion course to ENG 1113 designed to provide direct support and scaffolding exercises for specific projects in the credit-bearing course.  Peer collaboration and one-on-one instructional support through the writing process are emphasized.  For institutional credit only.
  
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    ENG 1113 - English Composition I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: A score of 17 or above on the ACT English usage section; or an Accuplacer score of 5 or above; or a grade of C or higher in ENG 0113  or English 0114) A study of the principles of effective written and spoken communication. Word and style awareness, effective sentence structure, organizational skills, and clear thought encouraged. Library orientation provided.
  
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    ENG 1123 - English Composition II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ENG 1113 ) This course is a continuation of the English Composition I with emphasis upon argumentative writing, research, and composition. Readings, essays, and a research paper are required. Higher level thinking skills are encouraged through the writing processes.
  
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    ENG 2133 - Creative Writing

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ENG 1113  and Consent of the instructor required.) Students will read and critique creative writing such as poems, short stories, essays and plays; use basic tools of literary research; produce original works in various genres which demonstrate the principles of effective scholarly creative writing.
  
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    ENG 2153 - Traditional Grammar

    3 Semester Hours
    Primarily for elementary education majors, this course focuses on English fundamentals. Beginning with parts of speech, it covers basic sentence patterns, pronouns, troublesome verbs, subject-verb agreement, spelling, diction, punctuation, and mechanics-all the aspects of traditional grammar that the elementary teacher may encounter in teaching language skills for children. This course is also useful for anyone who wants to refresh his or her knowledge and usage of traditional grammar.
  
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    ENG 2223 - American Literature I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) Representative prose and poetry of the United States from Colonial beginnings to Walt Whitman.
  
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    ENG 2233 - American Literature II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) Representative prose and poetry of the United States from Walt Whitman to the present.
  
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    ENG 2323 - British Literature I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) A survey of English Literature from Beowulf through the ages of Neo-Classicism.
  
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    ENG 2333 - British Literature II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) A survey of English Literature from the Age of Revolution and Romance to the present time.
  
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    ENG 2423 - World Literature I

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) Representative prose, poetry, and drama of Asia and Europe from Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance periods.
  
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    ENG 2433 - World Literature II

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisites: ENG 1113  and ENG 1123 ) Representative prose, poetry, and drama of Europe, North America, and South America from the early 18th century to contemporary times.
  
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    ENG 2513 - Survey of African American Literature

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ENG 1113  & 1123 ) This course surveys selected prose and poetry of major African-American writers from the Vernacular Tradition to the present and emphasizes major themes and periods or movements.
  
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    ENG 2613 - Film as Literature

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ENG 1113  & 1123 ) Involves the study of current and classic motion pictures as a form of literacy, historic, and cinematic expression.
  
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    ENG 2923 - Writing for Publication

    3 Semester Hours
    (Prerequisite: ENG 1113 ) Designed for the student who is interested in writing as a marketable skill. Special emphasis is given to form and structure. Individualized direction in such forms as feature story, fiction, poems, and script is emphasized.

Family and Consumer Science

  
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    FCS 1233 - Principles of Nutrition

    3 Semester Hours
    A lecture course covering the practical application of nutrients required for growth and optimal health emphasizing nutrient intake and food selection.
  
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    FCS 1253 - Nutrition

    3 Semester Hours
    A lecture course covering the nutrients for normal growth and prevention of major chronic diseases, and applied to the selection of food for ingestion, the metabolic process of digestion, assimilation, and absorption, and the applications for healthcare providers.
  
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    FCS 2813 - Family Relationships

    3 Semester Hours
    Relationships and adjustments involved in modern family that contributes to success and happiness in courtship and marriage and family life.

Geography

  
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    GEO 1113 - World Regional Geography

    3 Semester Hours
    A regional survey of the basic geographic features and major new developments of the nations of the world. Three hours lecture.

Graphics

  
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    GRA 1143 - Graphic Communications I

    3 Semester Hours
    Instrumental drawing, geometric construction, orthographic projection, and descriptive geometry. Includes computer aided design (CAD)

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

  
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    Elective HPR - Theory Elective

    3 Semester Hours
    HPR Theory Elective:  Baseball Theory, Football Theory, Softball Theory, Basketball Theory
  
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    HPR 1111 - General Physical Education Activities I

    1 Semester Hours


    This course is designed to give students a current concept of physical education and recreation by developing body skills while engaging in various anaerobic and aerobic activities. 

  
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    HPR 1121 - General Physical Education Activities II

    1 Semester Hours


    This course is designed to give students a current concept of physical education and recreation by developing body skills while engaging in various anaerobic and aerobic activities. 

  
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    HPR 1131 - Varsity Sports I

    1 Semester Hours
    Freshman year.
  
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    HPR 1141 - Varsity Sports II

    1 Semester Hours
    Freshman year.
  
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    HPR 1213 - Personal and Community Health

    3 Semester Hours
    Application of principles and practices of healthful living to the individual and community; major health problems and the mutual responsibilities of home, school, and health agencies.
  
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    HPR 1313 - Introduction to Kinesiology/Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

    3 Semester Hours
    Introduction to the various fields of study within kinesiology/health, physical education, and recreation. Discussion of the responsibilities and opportunities of professional personnel. Orientation of student to opportunities in the field.
  
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    HPR 1551 - Fitness and Conditioning Training I

    1 Semester Hours
    Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities.
  
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    HPR 1561 - Fitness and Conditioning Training II

    1 Semester Hours
    Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities. Two hours per week.
  
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    HPR 1592 - Health Concepts of Physical Activity & Wellness

    2 Semester Hours
    This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of physical fitness and nutrition as they contribute to a healthy lifestyle and reduce risk of diesase. The student will better understand wellness concepts and engage in assessments with emphasis on personal fitness, disease prevention, nutrition, and weight control. (2)
  
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    HPR 1593 - Health Concepts of Physical Activity, Wellness, and Nutrition

    3 Semester Hours
    This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of physical fitness and nutrition as they contribute to a healthy lifestyle and reduce risk of disease. The student will better understand wellness concepts and engage in assessments with emphasis on personal fitness, disease prevention, nutrition, and weight control. 3 hour lecture
  
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    HPR 1613 - Physical Education and Elementary School I

    3 Semester Hours
    This is a study of the growth and development of children including their interests and tendencies. Educational and physical education philosophy and objectives are stressed, as well as methods of teaching. Emphasis is placed on a conceptual approach based on mechanical laws and related concepts which results in a program of physical education presented in sequential progressive problem solving situations. Theory and laboratory.
  
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    HPR 2111 - General Physical Education Activities III

    1 Semester Hours


    This course is designed to give students a current concept of physical education and recreation by developing body skills while engaging in various anaerobic and aerobic activities. 

  
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    HPR 2121 - General Physical Education Activities IV

    1 Semester Hours


    This course is designed to give students a current concept of physical education and recreation by developing body skills while engaging in various anaerobic and aerobic activities. 

  
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    HPR 2131 - Varsity Sports III

    1 Semester Hours
    Sophomore year
  
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    HPR 2141 - Varsity Sports IV

    1 Semester Hours
    Sophomore year
  
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    HPR 2213 - First Aid & CPR

    3 Semester Hours
    Instruction and practice in methods prescribed by the American Heart Association standard and advanced courses.
  
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    HPR 2423 - Football Theory

    3 Semester Hours
    Explores the theories, practices, tactics, and strategies involved in coaching football. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization, and managment practices.
  
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    HPR 2433 - Basketball Theory

    3 Semester Hours
    Explores the theories, practices, tactics, and strategies involved in coaching basketball. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization, and managment practices.
  
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    HPR 2453 - Baseball Theory

    3 Semester Hours
    Explores the theories, practices, tactics, and strategies involved in coaching baseball. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization, and managment practices.
 

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