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    Oct 24, 2021  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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(ACCT) Accounting (009)

  
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    ACCT 200 - Foundations of Accounting

    3 Credit Hours
    Introduction to financial and managerial accounting theory and practice with emphasis on the role of accounting information in business decisions.

  
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    ACCT 207 - Honors: Foundations of Accounting

    3 Credit Hours
    Introduction to financial accounting theory and practice with emphasis on the role of financial information in business decisions. The course will make extensive use of computer technology for retrieving and analyzing financial information.

    Recommended Background: 28 ACT composite or 1250 composite SAT required.
  
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    ACCT 301 - Financial Reporting

    3 Credit Hours
    Theory and practice for preparing and using financial statements. Introduction to professionalism and ethics in accounting.

    (RE) Corequisite(s): Finance 301 and Business Administration 342.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 311 - Financial Reporting and Analysis

    3 Credit Hours
    Theory and practice that underlies the preparation, analysis, and use of financial statements.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 301.
    Comment(s): Grade of C or better in 301 is required.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 321 - Cost Management

    3 Credit Hours
    Cost information for products, services, and how cost information is recorded, analyzed, reported, and used in decision making. Topics include cost concepts and behavior, cost systems, budgeting, activity-based costing and management, and strategic cost management.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 301.
    Comment(s): Grade of C or better in 301 is required.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 411 - Financial Compliance and Operational Auditing

    3 Credit Hours
    Auditing’s role in society from an internal and external perspective, audit methodology, role of internal control and statistical sampling in auditing, fraud auditing, operational auditing, compliance auditing, and application of auditing procedures to specific transaction cycles.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 301.
    Comment(s): Grade of C or better in 301 is required.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 414 - Advanced Financial Reporting

    3 Credit Hours
    Accounting standards for advanced financial reporting topics, such as statement of cash flows, income taxes, leases, accounting changes, consolidated financial statements, and foreign operations.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 311.
    Comment(s): Grade of C or better in 311 is required.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 431 - Federal Income Taxation

    3 Credit Hours
    Fundamentals and concepts of federal income taxation. Emphasis on tax strategy, business taxation, and individual taxation. Topics include tax strategy modeling, gross income, deductions, credits, tax determination, property transactions, business entities, and basics of international taxation.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 301.
    Comment(s): Grade of C or better in 301 is required.
    Registration Restriction(s): Majors in the College of Business Administration.
  
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    ACCT 492 - Accounting Internship

    1-6 Credit Hours
    Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
    Registration Restriction(s): Accounting major. Registration
    Registration Permission: Consent of Instructor.

(ADVT) Advertising (012)

  
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    ADVT 250 - Advertising Principles

    3 Credit Hours
    Survey of the role of advertising in American business and society. Relationship between advertising and marketing; functional components of the advertising process ― research, media, creative, and management.

  
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    ADVT 310 - Advertising and Public Relations Design

    3 Credit Hours
    Study, use, and application of design, color, type, and layout styles as they affect concept development in the creation of promotional materials. Analysis of organizational goals and how they mold strategic and conceptual development. Application of relevant computer software for creation of promotional material.

    (Same as Public Relations 310.)
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 250 or Public Relations 270.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 340 - Advertising and Public Relations Research Methods

    3 Credit Hours
    Secondary data and primary research techniques for advertising and public relations decisions.

    (Same as Public Relations 340.)
    (DE) Prerequisite(s): 250 or Public Relations 270 and Statistics 201 or 207.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 350 - Advertising Creative Strategy

    3 Credit Hours
    Basic concepts of creative strategy with intensive practice in developing creative strategy statement, writing and designing advertisements, and judging creative work.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 250 and 310.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 360 - Advertising Media Strategy

    3 Credit Hours
    Assessment of markets, vehicle audiences, and mathematical techniques for advertising planning. Instruction in media planning, buying, and evaluation.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 250 and 340.
    (RE) Corequisite(s): 380.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 380 - Advertising Professional Seminar

    1 Credit Hours
    Exploration of career choices in mass communications. Resume and letter writing, interviewing, and portfolio preparation.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 340.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 450 - Advertising Management

    3 Credit Hours
    Case-study approach to advertising decisions. Data analysis and interpretation, generating alternative strategies, oral and written presentation of recommendations.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 350 and 360.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 470 - Advertising Campaigns

    3 Credit Hours
    Group-based development, execution, and evaluation of an advertising campaign for a regional or national client.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 450 and Public Relations 270.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 480 - Advertising Issues

    3 Credit Hours
    Examination of the role of advertising in society and controversies surrounding economic, social, cultural, and ethical aspects of advertising. Emphasis on written and oral exposition of different viewpoints.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 360.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 490 - Special Topics

    3 Credit Hours
    Detailed study of a specialized area of advertising. Topics vary by semester and include advanced media strategy, advanced creative strategy, direct marketing, and multicultural advertising.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 360.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 492 - Advertising Practicum

    1 Credit Hours
    Experience in a functional area of advertising.

    Contact Hour Distribution: 10 hours of laboratory each week.
    Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 2 hours.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.
  
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    ADVT 493 - Independent Study

    1-3 Credit Hours
    Individual study in a specialized area under the supervision of a faculty member.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 3 hours.
    Registration Restriction(s): Advertising major or public relations major.

(AE) Aerospace Engineering (018)

  
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    AE 201 - Aerospace Seminar

    1 Credit Hours
    An overview of aerospace engineering with lectures, laboratory demonstrations, and field trips. Aerospace history, aircraft and space flight fundamentals, propulsion techniques, wind tunnel testing, biomedical issues in aviation and space flight.

    Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.
  
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    AE 341 - Fluid Mechanics I

    3 Credit Hours
    Introduction to fluid flow concepts; hydrostatics; development of mass, momentum, and energy conservation laws in integral and differential form; dimensional analysis and similitude; viscous laminar and turbulent flows in pipes; introduction to boundary layers.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): Mechanical Engineering 231 and Mathematics 241.
  
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    AE 345 - Aerospace Engineering Instrumentation and Measurement

    3 Credit Hours
    Fundamentals of measurement systems; standards; dynamic characteristics of instruments; statistical data treatment; transducers; signal conditioning; strain, pressure, temperature and flow measurements.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 341 and Electrical and Computer Engineering 301.
    (RE) Corequisite(s): Mechanical Engineering 363.
  
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    AE 351 - Compressible Flow

    3 Credit Hours
    One-dimensional internal flow with shocks, friction, and nonadiabatic conditions. Two-dimensional external flows.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 341 and Mechanical Engineering 331.
  
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    AE 363 - Structural Analysis of Aerospace Vehicles

    3 Credit Hours
    Fundamentals of structural analysis applied to configurations common to aerospace vehicles.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): Mechanical Engineering 321.
  
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    AE 370 - Airplane Performance

    4 Credit Hours
    Airplane aerodynamics, characteristics of propulsion systems, prediction of airplane performance, static and dynamic stability, and control of aircraft.

    (RE) Corequisite(s): 341.
  
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    AE 410 - Professional Topics

    2 Credit Hours
    Topics relating to professional responsibility, communications, and organization. Formal oral presentation by each student on an engineering topic chosen by the student and approved by the instructor.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (OC)
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): English 102.
    Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level ― senior.
  
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    AE 422 - Aerodynamics

    3 Credit Hours
    Theory and design of aerodynamic bodies for desired characteristics. Potential flow theory, viscous effects, and compressibility effects. Subsonic, transonic, and supersonic airfoils.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 351 and 370.
  
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    AE 424 - Astronautics

    4 Credit Hours
    Solar system; orbital mechanics; propulsion; atmospheric entry, including thermal protection materials, human factors in space flight, the space environment, and current topics.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 351.
    (RE) Corequisite(s): Mechanical Engineering 344.
  
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    AE 425 - Propulsion

    4 Credit Hours
    Principles of propulsion devices, principally jet and rocket engines. Combustion and equilibrium, inlets, nozzles, compressors, pumps and turbines. Overall performance evaluations.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 351.
  
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    AE 426 - Introduction to Aerospace Design

    2 Credit Hours
    Design process, synthesis, design studies. Individual design reports required.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 351 and 370.
    (DE) Prerequisite(s): 363.
    (RE) Corequisite(s): Mechanical Engineering 344.
  
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    AE 429 - Aerospace System Design

    3 Credit Hours
    Synthesis and design of a complete aerospace system. Participation in team design effort including formal presentations and design report.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 426 and 422.
    (DE) Prerequisite(s): 425.
  
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    AE 449 - Aerospace Engineering Laboratory

    3 Credit Hours
    Designing, conducting, and reporting results of experimental exercises. Test standards and specifications. Analysis of data and formation of conclusions.

    Contact Hour Distribution: 3 hours lab per week.
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 345 and 351.
    (DE) Prerequisite(s): 425.
  
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    AE 494 - Selected Topics in Aerospace Engineering

    1-4 Credit Hours
    Problems and topics related to developments and practice in aerospace engineering.

    Repeatability: Not repeatable. May be taken once for 1-4 hours.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.
  
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    AE 495 - Selected Topics in Aerospace Engineering

    1-4 Credit Hours
    Problems and topics related to developments and practice in aerospace engineering.

    Repeatability: Not repeatable. May be taken once for 1-4 hours.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.

(AFST) Africana Studies (023)

  
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    AFST 162 - Art of Africa, Oceania, and Pre-Columbian America

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Art History 162.)
    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (AH)
  
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    AFST 201 - Introduction to African-American Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Multidisciplinary approach to the African-American experience through the Civil War period which examines such issues as traditional African societies, the institution of slavery, the development of African-American culture, the beginnings of African-American protest tradition, and the Civil War and Reconstruction.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (SS)
  
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    AFST 202 - Introduction to African-American Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Multidisciplinary approach to the African-American experience from the Civil War through the Civil Rights era which focuses on such topics as African-American rural and urban societies, the African-American church and education and African-American intellectual and protest movements.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (SS)
  
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    AFST 225 - Introduction to African Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    Survey of first wave of African literature up to the mid-1960’s; course discusses the major genres and emphasizes comparative, cross-cultural and cross-national approaches. Writing-emphasis course.

    (Same as: English 225.)
    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (AH)
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): English 102 or 118.
  
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    AFST 226 - Introduction to Caribbean Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 226.)
    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (AH)
  
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    AFST 233 - Major Black Writers

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 233.)
    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (AH)
  
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    AFST 235 - Introduction to African Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Multidisciplinary approach to the study of African traditions, cultures, religions, political economies, pre-colonial democracies, and states from the first through the 16th century. Writing-emphasis course.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (CC)
  
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    AFST 236 - Introduction to African Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Multidisciplinary study of Africa and its incorporation into the world economy between the 16th and the 20th century. Includes the rise of nationalism, post-colonial dependency, contemporary problems, and current liberation struggles in various areas of the continent. Writing-emphasis course.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (CC)
  
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    AFST 310 - Introduction to African-American Music

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Musicology 310.)
  
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    AFST 315 - The African Diaspora

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Anthropology 315.)
  
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    AFST 319 - Caribbean Cultures and Societies

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Anthropology 319.)
  
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    AFST 331 - Race and Ethnicity in American Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 331.)
  
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    AFST 333 - Black American Literature and Aesthetics

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 333.)
  
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    AFST 335 - African Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    Survey of the major works and issues in African literature from the mid ― 1960’s to the present. Special emphasis placed on the refashioning of the English language to carry an identifiably African experience; focus on fiction and drama, applicable theory and critical terms. Writing-emphasis course.

    (Same as: English 335.)
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): English 102 or 118.
  
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    AFST 336 - Caribbean Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 336.)
  
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    AFST 343 - Race and Ethnicity

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Sociology 343.)
  
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    AFST 352 - African-American Religion in the United States

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Religious Studies 352.)
  
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    AFST 353 - Topics in African-American Religion

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Religious Studies 353.)
  
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    AFST 371 - African History

    3 Credit Hours
    (See History 371.)
  
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    AFST 372 - African History

    3 Credit Hours
    (See History 372.)
  
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    AFST 373 - African Religions

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Religious Studies 373.)
  
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    AFST 376 - The African-American Experience from the Colonial Period to the Civil War

    3 Credit Hours
    (See History 379.)
  
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    AFST 380 - The African-American Experience from the Civil War to the Present

    3 Credit Hours
    (See History 380.)
  
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    AFST 381 - History of South Africa

    3 Credit Hours
    (See History 381.)
  
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    AFST 421 - Comparative Studies in African and African-American Societies

    3 Credit Hours
    Comparative studies of African and African-American societies in such areas as education, religion, and social stratification. Includes the respective views African-Americans and Africans have of each other and the concept of Pan-Africanism. Writing-emphasis course.

  
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    AFST 429 - History and Philosophy of African-American Education

    3 Credit Hours
    Focuses on attempts by African-Americans to secure an education for themselves and their children from the era of slavery to the Brown decision in 1954. Examines black perceptions of the importance of education and special obstacles confronting African-Americans who seek education on the primary, secondary, college, or graduate level. Writing-emphasis course.

  
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    AFST 431 - Research Seminar in Africana Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Teaches basic approaches to the research process and the development of research skills.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 201 and 202.
    Recommended Background: Mathematics 115 or Statistics 201.
    Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level ― senior.
  
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    AFST 432 - Senior Research Project

    3 Credit Hours
    Students design and implement a research project of their choice in the field of Africana studies. Writing-emphasis course.

    Recommended Background: Either 431, Anthropology 431, Political Science 401, Psychology 295, Sociology 331, or approved comparable research methods course.
    Registration Restriction(s): Interdisciplinary programs major ― Africana studies concentration.
  
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    AFST 442 - Comparative Poverty and Development

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Sociology 442.)
  
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    AFST 443 - Topics in Black Literature

    3 Credit Hours
    (See English 443.)
  
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    AFST 450 - Issues and Topics in African-American Studies

    3 Credit Hours
    Topics vary, but include a variety of problems, issues, and individuals from the field of African-American studies.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
  
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    AFST 452 - Black African Politics

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Political Science 452.)
  
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    AFST 456 - Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice

    3 Credit Hours
    See Sociology 452.
  
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    AFST 461 - Art of Southern and Eastern Africa

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Art History 461.)
  
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    AFST 462 - Art and Archaeology of Ancient Africa

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Art History 462.)
  
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    AFST 463 - Arts of the African Diaspora

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Art History 463.)
  
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    AFST 470 - African-American Art

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Art History 470.)
  
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    AFST 472 - Civil Rights Movement

    3 Credit Hours
    See Sociology 472.
  
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    AFST 473 - Black Male in American Society

    3 Credit Hours
    Examines historical images, myths, and stereotypes which have developed concerning African-American males in American society. Includes the impact of such critical factors as black feminism, violence, concepts of masculinity, the family, white males, white females, homosexuality, nationalism, and athletics on African-American males in America.

  
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    AFST 480 - African-American Communities in Urban America

    3 Credit Hours
    Evaluates the benevolent and historical influence of three major institutions, the church, the family, and the school, upon the African-American struggle to survive. Includes political, economic, and social factors utilized by black people in developing coping strategies and mechanisms. Writing-emphasis course.

  
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    AFST 484 - African-American Women in American Society

    3 Credit Hours
    Focuses on historical and contemporary social, economic and political factors in American society as they relate to the black woman. Writing-emphasis course.

    (Same as Women’s Studies 484.)
  
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    AFST 491 - Foreign Study

    1-6 Credit Hours
    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 201 and 202.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.
  
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    AFST 492 - Off-Campus Study

    1-6 Credit Hours
    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 201 and 202.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.
  
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    AFST 493 - Independent Study

    1-6 Credit Hours
    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 201 and 202.
    Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.
  
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    AFST 496 - Biology of Human Variability

    3 Credit Hours
    (See Anthropology 496.)

(AGEE) Agricultural and Extension Education (042)

  
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    AGEE 201 - Field Experience in Agricultural and Extension Education

    1 Credit Hours
    Field observation/experience in potential agricultural and extension education career fields. Requirements include daily journal, formal written report, completion of required hours, and seminar.

  
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    AGEE 211 - Foundations of Agricultural and Extension Education

    3 Credit Hours
    History and philosophy of agricultural education and extension education. Major areas of emphasis include the historical development of agricultural education in the public schools and the federal extension education system. Formal and non-formal methods of education used, audiences served, organizational structure, and programming emphases will be studied by students. Foundation course for departmental majors and service course for those interested in related careers.

  
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    AGEE 301 - Non-Formal Youth Development Programs

    1-2 Credit Hours
    Structured experience in administrating, organizing, conducting, and evaluating youth education programs in agricultural and extension education.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
  
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    AGEE 345 - Program Planning in Agriscience Education

    3 Credit Hours
    Overview of the historical and philosophical aspect of agriculture education, the role of teacher and learner. Emphasis on SAE, FFA, community service, and summer programs. Includes a lab component.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 211.
  
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    AGEE 434 - Methods of Teaching Agriscience

    3 Credit Hours
    Methods and techniques for teaching agriculture, preparing lesson plans and units of instruction, developing activities for agriculture programs, and utilizing resources, multimedia, and computer technology into instruction. To be taken in the fall prior to student teaching. Includes a lab component.

    (RE) Prerequisite(s): 345.
  
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    AGEE 435 - Student Teaching in Agricultural and Extension Education

    6 Credit Hours
    Full-time teaching practicum in an approved high school program. Applied practices needed by agricultural education teachers.

  
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    AGEE 436 - Student Teaching in Agricultural and Extension Education

    6 Credit Hours
    Full-time teaching practicum in an approved high school program. Applied practices needed by agricultural education teachers.

  
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    AGEE 440 - Communication Techniques in Agriculture

    3 Credit Hours
    Elements of effective use of mass media in agricultural and extension education. Effective technical writing and presentation strategies for agricultural audiences.

    Satisfies General Education Requirement: (WC)
    (RE) Prerequisite(s): English 101 and English 102.
    Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level ― junior.
  
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    AGEE 450 - Agricultural Leadership Development

    3 Credit Hours
    Identification of styles and roles of leadership; development of leadership techniques and skills required in working with organizations and youth groups; methods of resolving conflict, of communicating, of guiding and evaluating; and ethical considerations for leaders.

    Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level ― junior.
  
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    AGEE 492 - Internship In Agricultural and Extension Education

    1-6 Credit Hours
    Pre-approved off-campus supervised experience in county extension offices, agricultural businesses, or agricultural related agencies. Requires living off-campus for a specified time.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.
  
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    AGEE 493 - Independent Study

    1-3 Credit Hours
    Individualized study of a special project or problem in agricultural and extension education. Must be selected in consultation with the instructor.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.

(ANRL) Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership (043)

  
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    ANRL 101 - Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership

    1 Credit Hours
    Analyze and evaluate students’ current beliefs about leadership and recognize and identify behaviors used by effective leaders in the field of agricultural and natural resources.

  
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    ANRL 102 - Leadership Development in Small Groups and Teams

    3 Credit Hours
    Learning about leadership dynamics in small groups and how to be more influential in social and work settings related to the area of agricultural and natural resources.

  
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    ANRL 202 - Leadership and Diversity in Organizations and Communities

    3 Credit Hours
    Analysis of the dynamic interactions of personal characteristics, technical skills, interpersonal influence, commitment, goals, and power necessary for both leader and follower effectiveness in complex agricultural and natural resource organizations. Examination of leadership theories and their applications in diverse organizations and communities.

  
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    ANRL 303 - Classic Figures in Leadership

    3 Credit Hours
    Examination of leadership from an applied context. Leadership is analyzed through a variety of genres: autobiography, drama, fiction, tracts and treatises, and speeches.

  
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    ANRL 304 - Leadership, Motivation, Power and Influence

    3 Credit Hours
    Classical and contemporary motivation theories as applied to leadership in agricultural and natural resource organizations and communities. Organizational influence processes, power and influence in organizations and communities.

  
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    ANRL 412 - Seminar in Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership

    1 Credit Hours
    Analyzing contemporary issues in the field of agricultural and natural resource leadership.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 2 hours.
  
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    ANRL 492 - Internship in Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership

    3 Credit Hours
    Pre-approved supervised experience with agricultural firm or organization in the area of leadership.

    Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.

(AGEC) Agricultural Economics (047)

  
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    AGEC 110 - Opportunities in Agricultural Economics and Business

    1 Credit Hours
    Overview of current issues and career opportunities for majors and non-majors.

 

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