Feb 22, 2020  
2012-2013 General Catalog 
    
2012-2013 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG–FOR INFORMATION ONLY]

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Management

  
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    MGMT 6000 - Foundations of Management & Operations

    3 credits

    This course provides an accelerated overview of both the theories and methods of management in support of the common body of knowledge core required for all MBA students not having previous business course work. (Taught on demand)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into graduate business program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6100 - Managing Organizations and People

    3 credits

    This course synthesizes material covered in the Social Sciences with basic business principles in an effort to understand why individuals think and behave as they do in a corporate setting. It analyzes individual and group variables, which inhibit or facilitate effective attainment of organizational goals. The roles of values and ethics are considered. Topics include motivation, leadership, conflict, decision-making, the changing business environment, group dynamics, organizational structure, and current issues in management. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into MBA program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6200 - Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

    3 credits

    This course introduces students to negotiation principles and tools. Students will sharpen their problem-resolution skills in a negotiation setting and explore negotiation strategies and tactics from both a conceptual and an applied basis. Students will develop and apply the necessary skills to resolve conflict and achieve mutually beneficial agreements. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into a graduate program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6300 - HR Management & Law

    3 credits

    An examination of the current critical legal issues and strategic questions associated with managing employees. Utilizing text and case material, readings, primary and secondary research, the students will be required to research, discuss, and design responses to some of the most important and strategic questions organizations are responding to now and in the future with respect to the management of their human resources. (Summer)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into a graduate business program and completion of relevant foundation course or sufficient undergraduate coursework
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6320 - Labor Management Relations

    3 credits

    An examination of union-management relationships and important strategic questions organizations are responding to now and in the future with respect to union-management relationships. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into the graduate business program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6340 - Strategic Issues in HR

    3 credits

    Opportunity to examine from a general management perspective, critical strategic issues associated with managing employees. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into the graduate business program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6400 - Global Business Strategy

    3 credits

    This course is the capstone course for the MBA, and as such, it will integrate the methods and tools developed in the curriculum to solve the strategic positioning and management issues of the organization. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into MBA program and taken in final semester
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MGMT 6900 - Project/Thesis

    3 credits

    Students have the option of completing a project for a business that utilizes the knowledge, skills, and abilities developed in the MBA, or they may engage in an academic research project with a professor. (Fall, Spring, & Summer)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into Master of Business Administration (MBA) program
    General Education Course: No

Marketing

  
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    MKTG 3010 - Marketing Principles

    3 credits

    An analysis of problems and concepts concerned with the distribution of goods from producer to consumer. The course includes survey of marketing research, product planning, pricing, channels of distribution and promotion. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: Junior standing
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 3030 - Buyer Behavior

    3 credits

    An examination of influences on consumer and organization buying behavior and the implications for marketing. Utilizes concepts from various relevant disciplines. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Junior standing
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 3400 - International Marketing

    3 credits

    An examination and study of the changing marketing environment from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market. The course analyzes the global environment concerning product planning, pricing, channels of distribution and promotion, in addition to concepts involving strategy, quality, ethics and global competition. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MKTG 3010  and accepted into Advanced Standing
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 3900 - Retailing & Distribution

    3 credits

    Focuses on getting products/services to target markets. Cover developing and managing channels of distribution, including wholesaling, retailing, and e-commerce. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MKTG 3010 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 3930 - Advertising & Promotion

    3 credits

    Concerns the development, and management of integrated marketing communications programs, including advertising, sales promotions, public relations/publicity, personal selling, and direct marketing. Junior or Senior standing recommended. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: MKTG 3010 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 4100 - Market Research & Strategy

    3 credits

    This course develops skills in survey research methods as well as research using secondary data. In addition to research of current market conditions, the student will learn to use data to create a strategic plan of action for market penetration, augmentation of market share, product development, or whatever the need may be. The strategic analysis portion will draw heavily on game theory as applied to economic and business analysis. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: MKTG 3010  and MATH 2040 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 4890 - Internship

    1 to 12 credits

    (P/F) (Fall, Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 4900 - Special Topics

    1 to 3 credits

    (Fall, Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 4930 - Personal Selling & Sales Management

    3 credits

    This course blends the critical aspects of personal selling with the art and science of managing a sales force. Included are coverage of selecting, training and evaluating salespeople; compiling a sales forecast and sales budget; and ethical and legal issues. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MGMT 3180 , MKTG 3010  and accepted to Advanced Standing
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 4950 - Marketing Management

    3 credits

    The marketing capstone course. The overall function from a managerial viewpoint. Provides an opportunity to integrate marketing concepts and frameworks. Should be taken in last semester. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MGMT 3180 , MKTG 3010 , FIN 3250 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 6000 - Foundations of Marketing & Market Research

    3 credits

    Covers the analysis of competitors, consumer and business markets, and other aspects of the environment, and the development and implementation of appropriate product, pricing, distribution and promotional strategies. The material covers profit and nonprofit organizations, and services as well as products. Buyer and competitive behavior, market segmentation, targeting, positioning, and market research, particularly as related to strategic decision making, is emphasized. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into MBA program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MKTG 6200 - Strategic Marketing Management

    3 credits

    This course focuses on reinforcing, extending, and applying marketing concepts, principles, and techniques through readings, case studies, and secondary research. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into MBA program
    General Education Course: No

Master of Science in Forensic Science

  
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    MSFS 6000 - Overview of Forensic Law

    2 credits

    A comprehensive examination and analysis of the law affecting forensic science across the discipline range. Special emphasis is given to the laws affecting evidence, courtroom procedure, and the forensic expert. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6010 - Overview of Forensic Criminal Justice

    2 credits

    A detailed examination of the use of Forensic Science at all levels in the criminal investigation, prosecution, and appeal. Emphasis is given to the role of police and investigative personnel in the criminalistic process. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6020 - Overview Forensic Psychology

    2 credits

    A survey of the field of forensic psychology emphasizing application. This course will cover the role that psychology has played in the legal system including: issues of morality, theories of crime, eyewitness testimony, evaluation of criminal suspects, and jury selection. (Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6030 - Overview of Forensic Biology

    2 credits

    Students will learn about the biological analytical techniques used in crime labs. Topics will include decay; serology; DNA analysis; human tissue and wounds; bacteria, viruses, plants invertebrates and vertebrates. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6040 - Overview of Forensic Chemistry

    2 credits

    Students will learn about the scientific and chemical analytical techniques used by a crime laboratory to analyze physical evidence and the overall functions of a criminalistics laboratory and the interrelation of chemistry, biology and other sciences. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6050 - Overview of Forensic Computer Analysis

    2 credits

    This course introduces students to fundamental computer forensic techniques and procedures with study of the general process for prevention, detection, apprehension, and prosecution of cyber-security violators and cyber criminals. Topics include computer vulnerabilities, law enforcement investigating cyber-security intrusions, securing a system from breaches. (Fall)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6070 - Overview of Forensic Accounting

    2 credits

    The course serves as an introduction to forensic accounting. The forensic science graduate is introduced to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and its Code of Ethics. The graduate will become knowledgeable about fraud theory, the variety of fraud schemes perpetrated in business enterprises, and how to detect and prevent such frauds. The graduate will become more proficient at diagnostic measures used to identify the possibility of fraud being perpetrated in business entities. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6140 - Forensic Firearms Examination

    2 credits

    This course focuses on firearms examination, bullet trajectories, the identification of primer residue and the estimation shooter distance based on the Sodium Rhodizonate and Griess reagent color tests. Students will also be introduced to determining weapon ejection patterns to assist in reconstructing a shooting and identifying the position of the shooter. In addition to hands-on experience, students will examine, evaluate and report on pertinent literature. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    Co-Requisite: MSFS 6145 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6145 - Forensic Firearms Exam Lab

    1 credits

    Course to accompany MSFS 6140 . (As needed)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program
    Co-Requisite: MSFS 6140 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6250 - Digital Forensics

    3 credits

    This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge in digital forensics and focuses on forensics examination of data stored on computer systems. (As Needed)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6450 - Network & Internet Forensics

    3 credits

    This course is designed to provide a practical guide to internet fraud which gives student the skills they need to fight back against the spammers, con artists, and identity thieves that plague the Internet. (As Needed)

    Prerequisite: MSFS 6050 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6890 - MSFS Internship

    1 to 6 credits

    The Internship is a formal learning experience focusing on the operation of an investigative unit, forensic lab, or related area within forensic science. Students identify learning objectives, perform appropriate tasks on site and complete a critical analysis of their work within the given subject area. Students in the Biology or Chemistry emphasis may choose this option, they must also take the Thesis option. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program and permission of instructor
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6892 - MSFS Professional Project

    1 to 6 credits

    This course focuses on identifying and investigating questions or problems within the areas of forensic science and criminal investigation. Student and advisor will create a written project proposal, conduct a study, and produce a comprehensive report. Students in the Biology or Chemistry emphasis may take this option, but they also must take the Thesis option. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: Admission to the MSFS Program and permission of instructor
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6900 - Thesis

    2 to 6 credits

    A thesis research/writing course required of all chemistry and biology emphasis students and available to other emphases in the Masters of Science in Forensic Science degree. Students completing a thesis must be enrolled for thesis credit during the semester in which the degree is awarded. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: Advisor approval
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6910 - The Forensic Expert in the Courtroom

    2 credits

    This course examines the best practices in the areas of trial preparation, courtroom methods, testimony, evidence presentation, and ethical considerations within the justice system. (Spring, contingent on minimum enrollment)

    Prerequisite: Twenty hours of graduate study
    Co-Requisite: MSFS 6915 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MSFS 6915 - The Forensic Expert in the Courtroom Lab

    1 credits

    This laboratory experiences requires students to work with assigned discipline specific faculty to produce quality evidence and related material for use in the lecture course, MSFS 6910 . (Spring, contingent on minimum enrollment)

    Prerequisite: Twenty hours of graduate study
    Co-Requisite: MSFS 6910 
    General Education Course: No

Math

  
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    MATH 0920 - Math Anxiety Reduction

    1 credits

    A course designed to alleviate the effects of math anxiety and math avoidance. Methods of gaining control over the individual’s psychosomatic response to anxiety through knowledge of the factors involved are emphasized. A growing understanding of the student’s affective characteristics is coupled with the acquisition of methods to enhance success in mathematics courses. [Credit not counted toward graduation.] Student Support Center permission required. (Fall, Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 0950 - Pre-Algebra

    2 credits

    Mathematical concepts necessary to study algebra: prime and composite numbers, least common multiple, greatest common factor, fractions, order of operations, decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, and basic geometry. A minimum grade of 80% (B-) is required for successful completion. Credit not counted toward graduation. Student Support Center Permission required. (Fall, Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 0990 - Beginning Algebra

    4 credits

    Signed numbers, linear equations & inequalities, integer exponents, polynomials & factoring, quadratic equations, graphing, sequences, sets, and radicals. 80% (B-) minimum for successful completion. Prerequisites: Math ACT score of at least 14, or a grade of B- or better or P in Math 0950 within the last two years, or a satisfactory score on the math placement exam. Students with no Math ACT score, or scores older than two years, must take the placement exam. Student Support Center permission required for students taking the SSS sections. [Credit not counted towards graduation.]. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 1010 - Intermediate Algebra

    5 credits

    The traditional topics of intermediate algebra are covered: graphing linear equations and inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, factoring, rational expressions, exponents, radicals, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, and an introduction to sets, functions and complex numbers. (This course does not fill the requirement for general education.) (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of at least 18 or a grade of B- or better or P in MATH 0990  within the last two years
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 1030 - Quantitative Reasoning

    4 credits

    Exploration of contemporary mathematical thinking, motivated by its application to problems in modern society; emphasizes development of skill in analytical reasoning. This course is designed not only to meet the University general education requirements but also to generate a positive attitude toward and an interest in mathematics. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of 23 or a grade of C or better in MATH 1010  within the last two years
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 1040 - Statistics

    4 credits

    An introduction to the basic concepts and methods of statistical data analysis. Descriptive statistics, statistical graphs, statistical estimation techniques and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation; chi-square application, one-way ANOVA. Cannot receive credit for both Math 1040 and MATH 2040 . (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of 23 or a grade of C or better in MATH 1010  within the last two years
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 1050 - College Algebra

    4 credits

    This course explores the concept of functions: polynomial, rational, inverse, logarithmic and exponential; with an emphasis on graphing. Solving systems of equations using matrix methods is covered along with conic sections. Other topics may include sequences, mathematical induction and the binomial theorem. The course involves the extensive use of graphing calculators. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of 23 or a grade of “C” or better in MATH 1010  within the last two years
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 1060 - Trigonometry

    3 credits

    Trigonometric functions, definitions, radian measure, graphs, solving trigonometric equations, vectors, Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, complex numbers, polar coordinates. A graphing calculator is required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of 23 or a grade of “C” or better in MATH 1010  within the last two years
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 1100 - Business Calculus

    3 credits

    An introduction to Calculus with application to business. Topics include limits derivatives and special functions such as exponential and logarithmic functions, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, constrained optimization and Lagrange multipliers. Brief introduction to the methods of least squares. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1050 
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 1210 - Calculus I

    4 credits

    Functions, limits and continuity; the derivative, differentiation techniques, and applications; graphing applications including extrema and concavity; elementary antiderivative/integration skills; the definite integral and its applications. Coverage includes applying the ideas and techniques of calculus to algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. A graphing calculator is required. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: a grade of C or better in Trigonometry and College Algebra. This should include MATH 1050  and MATH 1060  or a pre-college background of at least two and one-half years of algebra, one year of geometry and one-half year of trigonometry.
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 1220 - Calculus II

    4 credits

    A continuation of MATH 1210 . Inverse trigonometric functions; techniques of integration; further applications of the definite integral; improper integrals and indeterminate forms; infinite series; conic sections and topics in analytic geometry; polar coordinates and parametric equations. A graphing calculator is required. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MATH 1210  or a score of 3 or better on the AP Calculus A/B Exam.
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 1630 - Discrete Mathematics

    3 credits

    Set theory, relations, functions, logic, propositional calculus, graph theory, trees, combinatorial analysis, languages, and algebraic systems. This course lays the foundation for problem solving in mathematics and computer science. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1050  or equivalent
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 2010 - Math for Elementary Ed I

    3 credits

    A two-semester sequence in mathematics appropriate to the needs of the elementary/middle schoolteachers. Topics include: problem solving, sets, numeration systems, whole numbers, algorithms of arithmetic, number theory, rational numbers, decimal numbers. Required for prospective elementary school teachers. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MATH 1050  or MATH 1210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 2020 - Math for Elementary Ed II

    3 credits

    A continuation of MATH 2010 . Topics include: real numbers, statistics, probability, geometry and measurement. Required for prospective elementary school teachers. (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MATH 2010 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 2040 - Business Statistics

    4 credits

    An introduction to the basic concepts and methods of statistical data analysis. Descriptive statistics, statistical graphs, statistical estimation techniques and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation; chi-square application, one-way ANOVA nonparametric testing. Cannot receive credit for both MATH 1040  and 2040. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: A recent (within the last two years) Math ACT of 23 or a grade of C or better in MATH 1010  within the last two years.
    General Education Course: Quantitative Literacy Requirement
  
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    MATH 2210 - Calculus III

    4 credits

    Vectors in two and three-dimensional space, quadric surfaces, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, calculus of vector-valued functions, partial derivatives and the gradient, limits and continuity of functions of several variables, vector fields and line integrals, multiple integrals and evaluation theorems. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MATH 1220  or a score of 3 or better on the AP Calculus B/C Exam.

     
    General Education Course: No

  
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    MATH 2250 - Linear Algebra & Diff Equation

    4 credits

    Systems of equations, matrices, vector spaces, and eigenvalues. Linear & nonlinear differential equations, systems of differential equations, and their applications. Designed for engineering students. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 2270 - Linear Algebra

    3 credits

    Systems of linear equations, matrices & matrix inverses, linear transformations, vector spaces, bases & linear independence, eigenvalues & eigenvectors. Basic proofs and selected applications. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 2280 - Differential Equations

    3 credits

    Linear and nonlinear differential equations and linear systems of equations with applications; emphasizes understanding of the solution as well as the techniques used. This course is designed for majors in Math, Math Ed., and Science. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220  and MATH 2270 . (MATH 2270  can be taken concurrently)
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3120 - Transition to Advanced Mathematics

    3 credits

    A careful and thorough presentation of the fundamental mathematical concepts required to enter advanced mathematical course work: sets, logic, methods of mathematical proof, relations, functions and cardinality. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220  and MATH 2270 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3130 - Modern Geometries

    3 credits

    Informal and formal study of geometry, investigation of the elements of an oxiomatic system, introduction to appropriate geometry software. This course is required for prospective secondary mathematics teachers. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: MATH 3120 .
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3140 - History of Mathematics

    3 credits

    A study of the development of mathematics and the people making significant contributions to mathematics. (Fall odd Years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3500 - Actuarial Mathematics

    3 credits

    Mathematical analysis of interest, general annuities, and other securities. Theoretical basis of actuarial models and the application of those models to insurance and other financial risks. This course covers topics from the second and third actuarial exam. (Spring, even years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1100  or MATH 1210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3600 - Numerical Analysis

    3 credits

    Application of numerical methods to the interpolation and analysis of data, solution of equations, general iterative methods, approximation of functions, and error analysis. (Spring even years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 2270  and a working knowledge of a computer language
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3700 - Probability & Statistics

    4 credits

    A formal, calculus-based introduction to the concepts of probability theory and mathematical statistics. Set theory based probability and probability distributions are studied with the goal of presenting and understanding the underpinnings of statistical methodology. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1220 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3770 - Mathematical Modeling

    3 credits

    Development of mathematical and statistical models and the application of those models to various areas of applied mathematics. Possible applications include, but are not limited to: insurance, investments, bioinformatics, and chemistry. (Spring odd years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 3700 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 3800 - Partial Differential Equations

    3 credits

    Series Solutions, Numerical Methods, Nonlinear Differential Equations and Stability, Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Series, Boundary Value Problems. (Fall odd years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 2280  or MATH 2250 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4220 - Abstract Algebra

    3 credits

    An introduction to the study of algebraic structures focusing on groups.  Topics include subgroups, homomorphisms, factor groups, permutations, and a brief introduction to rings and fields. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MATH 3120 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4340 - Topology

    3 credits

    An introduction to point-set topology. Topics to be covered include sets, metric spaces, topologies, bases, subspaces, products, quotients, separation axioms, continuous functions, compactness, connectedness, and metrization. (Fall even years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 3120 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4400 - Advanced Calculus I

    3 credits

    The first of a two-semester sequence. The general emphasis will be a careful study of functions of one real variable. Particular topics explored will include sequences and convergence, limits, theorems of Heine-Borel and Bolzano-Weierstrass, continuity, differentiation, integration, power series and uniform convergence. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MATH 2210 , MATH 3120 , and MATH 2270 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4410 - Advanced Calculus II

    3 credits

    A continuation of MATH 4400  . Differential calculus of functions of several variables, differentiability of functions of several variables, vector differential calculus, integral calculus, line integrals, Green’s theorem, simply connected domains, surface integrals, and Stokes’ theorem. (Spring Odd Years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 4400 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4580 - Complex Analysis

    3 credits

    Complex numbers, analytic functions, complex differentiation and integration, Cauchy’s theorem, power series, Laurent series and residue theorem. (Spring odd years)

    Prerequisite: MATH 2210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4830 - Readings & Conferences

    1 to 3 credits

    (P/F) (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4890 - Internship

    3 to 9 credits

    (P/F) (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4900 - Methods of Teaching Secondary School Math

    3 credits

    A methods course relating mathematics and the NCTM Standards to teaching techniques, topic development, problem solving, and ingredients of effective mathematics instruction. Required for prospective secondary mathematics teachers. (Fall)

    Prerequisite: MATH 1210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4980 - Student Teaching

    2 credits

    (P/F) (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 4990 - Capstone Seminar

    3 credits

    The seminar gives the students the opportunity to research and write a mathematical paper, and make oral presentations of the results. The course will develop the students research skills and ability to write and present mathematical topics. Projects that solve mathematical problems posed by external sponsors from industry are encouraged. (Spring)

    Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 5890 - Internship

    3 to 9 credits

    (P/F) (Fall, Spring, Summer)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 6000 - Descriptive Set Theory

    3 credits

    Topology of Euclidean spaces, different descriptions of open and closed subsets, connectedness, the notion of component, domains, the structure of open sets on the real line, closed connected sets on the real line, perfect sets, Cantor dis-continuum, the structure of perfect sets, S-core of a set, the cardinality of a perfect set, the structure of closed sets on the real line, the cardinality of closed sets, sets of measure zero, Borel sets, sufficient and necessary conditions of Reimann integral existence, development of real numbers sets topological structure. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: MATH 2210  and MATH 3120 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MATH 6010 - Systems of Numbers

    3 credits

    An introduction to the number systems of mathematics. Using an axiomatic approach and constructing models and examples, the number systems—natural, integer, rational, real, and complex are developed and studied. The course is designed to give a comprehensive understanding of number systems. (As needed)

    Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MATH 1050  and MATH 1060 
    General Education Course: No

Military Science

  
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    MILS 1200 - Introduction to Leadership Excellence

    3 credits

    Historical overview and evolvement of value systems and philosophies. Individual leadership styles; organization and time management; writing skills; ethics; basic first aid; introduction to map reading and land navigation; implementing a personal fitness program; role of the officer in the military; drill and ceremonies; rappelling; and weapons training. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 1201 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 1201 - Introduction to Leadership Excellence Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 1200 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 1200 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 1210 - Individual Leadership Skills

    3 credits

    Comparison and analysis of leadership styles in U.S. Army. Army organization, active and reserve forces; sexual harassment and equal opportunities training; winter operations, and survival; squad tactics; weapons training; and tactical communications. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 1211 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 1211 - Individual Leadership Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 1210 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 1210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 2150 - Spring Lab-Sophomore

    1 credits

    Military basic skills oriented toward in-depth preparation for junior year of military science and special Army schools such as Airborne, Air Assault, and Northern Warfare Training; includes physical fitness, drill, marksmanship, and patrolling. (Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 2200 - Advanced Individual Leadership

    3 credits

    Building on skills and fundamentals learned in MILS 1200 , MILS 1210 ; personal leadership and military skills relative to land navigation, military first aid, and preventive medical care and exercises involving tactical training, and other adventure training. (Fall)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 2201 - Advanced Leadership Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 2200 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 2200 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 2210 - Small-Unit Leadership

    3 credits

    Organization and leadership of military fire teams and rifle squads, land navigation, squad and platoon tactics, radio/wire communications, and basic first aid. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 2211 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 2211 - Small-Unit Leadership Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 2210 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 2210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3150 - Spring Lab-Juniors

    1 credits

    Prerequisite to attendance and successful completion of summer advanced camp at Ft. Lewis, Washington; emphasis on small-unit leadership, physical fitness, land navigation, squad and platoon tactics. (Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3200 - Organizational Leadership

    4 credits

    Theory, practical experience, and diagnostic evaluation in organizational leadership, emphasizing communication, human relations, organizational structures, managements, and applied leadership. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 3201 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3201 - Organizational Leadership Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 3200 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 3200 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3210 - Battlefield Leadership

    4 credits

    Prerequisite to attendance at summer advanced camp, preparing for its successful completion: land navigation, squad and platoon tactics, combat operations, physical fitness, and battlefield leadership. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 3211 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3211 - Battlefield Leadership Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 3210 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 3210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 3250 - Staff Organization & Operations

    1 credits

    Special project staff work for joint Army/Air Force campus ceremonies leadership labs, field training exercises, and training camps. (Fall, Spring).

    Prerequisite: Enrollment in military science
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4150 - Spring Lab-Seniors

    1 credits

    Instruction, counseling, and communications in preparation for commissioning into the U.S. Army. Students will be assigned as assistant instructors and evaluated on ability to plan, organize, and teach. (Spring)

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4200 - The Military Profession & Ethics

    4 credits

    Preparing the prospective officer for successful completion of first and subsequent assignments in the Army. U.S. Army training management, military writing, administration, logistics, professionalism, and ethics. Performs in Army Staff functions. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 4201 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4201 - Military Profession & Ethics Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 4200 . One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Fall)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 4200 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4210 - The Profession of Arms

    4 credits

    Preparing the prospective officer for successful completion of Army assignments. U.S. advanced Army training management, military justice and law, precommissioning orientation, military briefing skills, and junior officer leadership. Performs in Army Staff functions. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 4211 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4211 - Profession of Arms Lab

    0 credits

    Lab to accompany MILS 4211. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. (Spring)

    Co-Requisite: MILS 4210 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4250 - Ranger Preparation

    1 to 5 credits

    Participation in Army ROTC Ranger Challenge and Mountain Ranger programs. Advanced military training with practical application of skills taught in MILS 1200 -MILS 4210 .

    General Education Course: No
  
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    MILS 4350 - Special Project

    2 credits

    Special project staff work for Army campus ceremonies, Leadership labs, field training exercises, and training camps. Limited to ROTC cadets with the rank of Company or Battalion positions. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisite: MILS 3250 
    General Education Course: No

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    MUSC 490C - Choral Methods

    2 credits

    An upper division course designed to familiarize the student with choral methods for junior/senior high school teachers. (Fall odd years)

    Prerequisite: MUSC 2140 , MUSC 2350 
    General Education Course: No
  
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    MUSC 490I - Instrumental Methods

    2 credits

    An upper division course designed to familiarize the student with instrumental methods for junior/senior high school teachers. (Fall odd years)

    Prerequisite: MUSC 2140 , MUSC 2350 
    General Education Course: No
 

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