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Physics I (2014/FL 8/25/14-12/13/14 MP-2119L-122)4/22/2014 7:04:28 AMMathematicsUndergraduateMathematicsMP-2119L-122Physics I2014/FL 8/25/14-12/13/14S. ShkitkoTH 1:40 PM - 4:20 PM8/25/2014 12:00:00 AM - 12/13/2014 12:00:00 AMStandard0
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Professional Communications (Spring 2016 EN-3051-277)11/25/2015 3:16:30 PMThis course offers the elements of effective business communications and communication theory. In writ- ten assignments, exercises, and class discussion, stu- dents will analyze intended audience(s) of documents, write, research, and format letters, memos, and short reports, participate in collaborative team projects, and develop skills of oral communication. Prerequisite: English I and II or Advanced English I and II. 3 hours Lecture and Discussion - 3 creditsEnglishUndergraduateEnglishEN-3051-277Professional CommunicationsSpring 2016J. Huffman1/19/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5/10/2016 12:00:00 AMOnline3
Genetics (Spring 2016 BY-2003-201)11/17/2015 7:16:03 PMThis course includes a study of Mendelian principles, population genetics, and the modern molecular concepts of the gene and its action. An emphasis is placed upon relating modern developments in this science to basic principles as well as applying those principles in the analysis of genetic data derived from selective breeding experiments, pedigree analyses, population studies, and studies of the molecular system that stores, transmits, and translates inherited information. Prerequisite: Biology I or Biological Science I. 3 hours Lecture - 3 creditsBiologyUndergraduateBiologyBY-2003-201GeneticsSpring 2016K. JohnstonT TH 10:50 AM - 12:05 PM1/19/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5/10/2016 12:00:00 AMStandard3
Biology I (Fall 2015 BY-1113-201)11/18/2015 5:16:45 PMAn introduction to Biology. These two courses empha- size the organization, structure and basic principles governing the lives of all organisms at the molecular, cellular, tissue and organ system, organism and popula- tion levels. The courses are a continuum and are to be taken in sequence. Biology II continues with organismal diversity organ systems of animals and plants, nervous and circulatory systems, reproduction, development, behavior and ecology. The laboratory involves a dynamic study of these principles with the use of living materials as much as is feasible. Biology I is a prereq- uisite for Biology II. This is the introductory biology sequence required for biology majors. 3 hours lecture and 3 hours laboratory-4 creditsBiologyUndergraduateBiologyBY-1113-201Biology IFall 2015E. SkendzicM W 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM8/24/2015 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2015 12:00:00 AMStandard4
Intro Lit (Spring 2016 EN-2028-340)11/17/2015 5:15:56 PMThis course presents selections from outstanding authors of world literature written after 1650. It is the required course in literature for the Core Curriculum. Prerequisite: English I and II or Advanced English I and II. 3 hours Lecture and Discussion - 3 creditsEnglishUndergraduateEnglishEN-2028-340Intro LitSpring 2016H. KattoufT 5:15 PM - 9:15 PM4/18/2016 12:00:00 AM - 6/24/2016 12:00:00 AMStandard3
Elementary Functions (Winter 2016 MP-1203-276)11/19/2015 7:19:45 PMMathematical functions, including logarithms and trigonometry, are treated from both the numerical and functional viewpoints. Emphasis throughout is on practical applications and manipulative skills. This course serves as a precalculus background. Prerequisite: College Algebra or its equivalent, as determined by the department, or satisfactory performance on appropriate diagnostic exams administered to entering students. 3 hours Lecture and Discussion MathematicsUndergraduateMathematicsMP-1203-276Elementary FunctionsWinter 2016I. Benjelloun12/14/2015 12:00:00 AM - 1/15/2016 12:00:00 AMOnline3
Financial Management (Spring 2016 GB-6030-340)11/25/2015 3:16:31 PMExamines the fundamental principles of corporate financial management and capitol markets. Topics include asset-pricing methods, risk management, equity financing, debt financing, dividend policy and relationship of finance with other functions within the firm, including practical and theoretical methods of financial analysis as part of a system of management decision making.Graduate ProgramsGraduateGraduate BusinessGB-6030-340Financial ManagementSpring 2016Staff5:30 PM - 8:30 PM1/19/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5/10/2016 12:00:00 AMStandard, Online3
Managerial Economics (Spring 2016 GB-6050-276)11/25/2015 3:16:31 PMExamines the influence of government and other factors on the business environment. Topics include models of aggregate supply and demand theories of consumption and investment, money supply and demand, inflation, rational expectations, stabilization policy, financial markets, and international finance.Graduate ProgramsGraduateGraduate BusinessGB-6050-276Managerial EconomicsSpring 2016R. Pierson1/19/2016 12:00:00 AM - 5/10/2016 12:00:00 AMStandard3