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ACC 231 Principles of Accounting I 3 hours
This course focuses on the fundamental concepts and principles that underlie accounting information and shows how accounting data are processed for decision making.
BIO 131 Life Science 3 hours
Life Science is the basic course for beginning college students. The course deals with basic life processes and how the contemporary issues of health and environment impact the living organisms. The course provides information and knowledge on the scientific approach to interpreting and solving contemporary problems.
ENG 235 Technical Writing 3 hours
This course is an introduction to technical writing and is intended for students in scientific and technical disciplines as well as for English majors and majors in other disciplines who want to develop technical writing skills. Primary focus is on buildings skills and using strategies required in writing proposals, progress reports, correspondence, and research reports. Prerequisites: ENG 131-132 or ENG 199-200.
ENG 333 Writing Argument 3 hours
This course is designed to develop critical thinking skills in analyzing and structuring argument. It will address the nature of argument, values, refutation, fallacies, tests for credible evidence, and the use of language. It will also require some research and presentation of oral arguments. Prerequisites: ENG 131-132 or ENG 199-200.
EED 300 Classroom Management and Communication 3 hours
This course is an introduction to K-6 classroom management techniques. Topics include physical space, behavioral norms, safety, time management, managing student work, and managing other special classroom needs.
EDU 230 Integrating Technology into Education 3 hours
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of infusion of technology into instruction. Focuses on lessons that integrate technology into various subject areas and grade levels.
EDU 330 Education Exceptional Children/Adolescents 3 hours
This course provides an overview of the kinds of exceptionality found in the normal school population and the techniques, methods and materials to be used in classrooms to assist student in reaching their full potential. Public or private school field experience is a requirement of this course. Membership in the Student Alabama Education Association is required in order to take this course.
EDU 432 Tests and Measurements 3 hours
This course provides an overview of various tests and evaluation procedures used by teachers and ways they identify learning objectives and measure mastery of outcomes. Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. Public or private school field experience is a requirement of this course. Membership in the Student Alabama Education Association is required in order to take this course.
ENG 131 English Composition I 3 hours
This course focuses on developing writing skills in expository modes and requires the writing of papers in classification/division, comparison/contrast, cause/effect, and argument modes.
HIS 334 Civil War through the Gilded Age, 1860-1890 3 hours
This course studies the development of the United States during the 19th century. Focuses include the Civil War, Reconstruction, Industrialization, and the Gilded Age.
MAT 131 Algebra 3 hours
This course focuses on the principles of algebraic methods and the basic skills needed in higher mathematics courses. This course meets the mathematics requirements for most college majors.
MGT 334 Principles of Management 3 hours
This course is a study of the basic functions of management—planning, organization, staffing, directing and controlling—and the application of management principles in organizations.
MKT 331 Principles of Marketing 3 hours
This course focuses on interacting business activities related to planning, pricing, promoting, and distributing goods and services to present and potential customers.
PHY 141 Physical Science 3 hours
This course is designed to meet the requirement of elementary education majors. Topics include astronomy; earth science; water, weather, and climate; changes in matter and energy; and heat, fire, and fuels. Three hours of lecture and 1.5 hours of laboratory per week.
PSY 230 Introduction to Psychology 3 hours
This course provides an introduction to the principles of behavior. It emphasizes experimental investigation of learning, motivation, emotion, personality, development, and psychology.
PSY 334 Abnormal Psychology 3 hours
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the diagnosis, description, prognosis, course, cause, treatment, and prevalence rates of major psychological disorders.
REL 235 World Religions 3 hours
This course is a study of the living religions of the world, including the religions of Africa, in the light of their historical development, beliefs, practices, and contemporary importance.
SED 400 Classroom Management and Communication 3 hours
This course focuses on the study of secondary classroom (6-12) management and communication techniques. Students will analyze classroom variables related to organization and governance; study theories relevant to classroom motivation; discipline and communications to evaluate classroom practices; and develop a management system.
THL 230 Introductory Theologies 3 hours
This course is an introduction to the discipline of theology, its method, sources, context, text, norms, and tasks.
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