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ECE104 - EPICS Gold I

EPICS Gold is the first of a sequence of two two-credit service learning courses in which EPICS teams are formed from students potentially representing all engineering, computer science, and construction disciplines, as well as other majors, including sustainability, business, liberal arts, sciences, and others.

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ECE105 - MATLAB Programming

Use MATLAB to solve engineering problems. An overview of programming, including matrices, structures, strings, functions, control flow, file management, data analysis, graphing capabilities, and mathematical calculations.

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ECE215 - Mechanics of Materials

Designed to provide students with a strong fundamental foundation in the mechanics of solids. Includes the concepts of stress and strain applied to the analysis and design of members subjected to axial and torsional loads and members subjected to shear and bending, applications and transformation of plane stress and plane strain, deformation of beams, and elastic buckling of columns.

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ECE298AC - Special Projects

Organized and tailored around the interests and needs of the individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere of individualized research and study paralleled by professional expertise and guidance. Professional-type facilities and equipment available for student use. Allows the best aspects of independent study and individualized learning to be combined to maximize student development.

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ECN211 - Macroeconomic Principles

A descriptive analysis of the structure and functioning of the American economy. Emphasis on basic economic institutions and factors that determine national income and employment levels. Consideration given to the macroeconomic topics of national income, unemployment, inflation and monetary and fiscal policies. Prerequisites: None.

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ECN212 - Microeconomic Principles

Microeconomic analysis including the theory of consumer choice, price determination, resource allocation and income distribution. Includes non-competitive market structures such as monopoly and oligopoly; and the effects of government regulation. Prerequisites: None.

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EDU221 - Introduction to Education

Overview of the historical, political, economic, social, and philosophical factors that influence education and make it so complex. Opportunity for students to assess their interest and suitability for teaching. Prerequisites: None.

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EDU222 - Introduction to the Exceptional Learner

Overview of the exceptional learner with emphasis on factors relating to current practices, identification, characteristics, and educational adaptations. Issues related to mild disabilities, severe disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, intellectual disabilities, and students who are gifted. Prerequisites: None.

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EDU230 - Cultural Diversity In Education

Examination of the relationship of cultural values to the formation of self-concept and learning styles. Examination of the role of prejudice, stereotyping and cultural incompatibilities in education. Emphasis on teacher preparation (preservice and/or inservice) to offer an equal educational opportunity to students of all cultural groups. Prerequisites: None.

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EDU291 - Children's Literature

Review of folk and modern literature from a variety of world cultures, including application of literary criteria to folk and modern literature for children. Prerequisites: None.

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EDU292 - The Art of Storytelling

Explore the art and origin of storytelling. Provide a variety of storytelling techniques, styles and exercises to enhance the delivery of telling stories. Assist in the integration and application of storytelling to the learning environment in the classroom. Prerequisites: None.

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EED200 - Foundations of Early Childhood Education

Overview of early childhood education (birth to age eight) in American society, including current issues and responsibilities. Emphasis on issues of professionalism, ethics and program types. Opportunities for students to explore potential career paths. Includes field experience. Prerequisites: None.

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EED220 - Child, Family, Community and Culture

Examines family, community and cultural influences on development of the young child (birth to age eight). Considers trends and threats to attachment, relationships and cultural identity.Includes social and emotional experiences and their impact on the developing brain. Prerequisites: None.

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EED222 - Introduction to the Exceptional Young Child: Birth to Age Eight

Overview of the exceptional learner (birth - age 5 eight), one who differs from the average or the norm, with emphasis on observation, techniques, characteristics, identification, types of programs, and work with families. Issues related to learning exceptionalities, sensory and communication disorders, social and emotional problems, physical and health related disorders, and giftedness. Includes field experience. Prerequisites: None.

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EED245 - Early Learning: Language Acquisition and Literacy Development

Overview of language acquisition and development, emergent literacy, early literacy development, and appropriate early experiences with books, reading, and writing for typical and atypical children birth to age eight. Emphasis placed on reading and writing readiness, methods to enhance literacy development, and strategies for selecting and using children's books. Prerequisites: None.

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EEE120 - Digital Design Fundamentals

Number systems, conversion methods, binary and complement arithmetic, Boolean switching algebra and circuit minimization techniques. Analysis and design of combinational logic, flip-flops, simple counters, registers, ROMs, PLDs, synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits, and state reduction techniques. Building physical circuits.

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ENG101 - First-Year Composition

Emphasis on rhetoric and composition with a focus on expository writing and understanding writing as a process. Establishing effective college-level writing strategies through four or more writing projects comprising at least 3,000 words in total.

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ENG102 - First-Year Composition

Emphasis on rhetoric and composition with a focus on persuasive, research-based writing and understanding writing as a process. Developing advanced college-level writing strategies through three or more writing projects comprising at least 4,000 words in total.

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ENG107 - First-Year Composition for ESL

Equivalent of ENG101 for students of English as a Second Language (ESL). Emphasis on rhetoric and composition with a focus on expository writing and understanding writing as a process. Establishing effective college-level writing strategies through four or more writing projects comprising at least 3,000 words in total.

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ENG108 - First-Year Composition for ESL

Equivalent of ENG102 for students of English as a Second Language (ESL). Emphasis on rhetoric and composition with a focus on persuasive, research-based writing and understanding writing as a process. Developing advanced college-level writing strategies through three or more writing projects comprising at least 4,000 words in total.

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ENG111 - Technical and Professional Writing

Covers analyzing, planning, organizing, researching, and writing correspondence, reports, and presentations for specific work-related audiences. Includes integrating data and graphics into work-related documents and presentations.

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ENG298AC - Special Projects

Organized and tailored around the interests and needs of the individual student. Structured to provide an atmosphere of individualized research and study paralleled by professional expertise and guidance. Professional-type facilities and equipment available for student use. Allows the best aspects of independent study and individualized learning to be combined to maximize student development.

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ENH110 - Introduction to Literature

Introduction to international literature through various forms of literary expression; e.g., poetry, drama, essay, biography, autobiography, short story, and novel. Provides a global overview of literature with special emphasis on diverse cultural contributions of women, African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans. Prerequisites: None.

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ENH112 - Chicano Literature

Introduction to the works of Mexican-American writers of the Southwest. Samples poetry, fiction, and essays viewed in their relationship to American cultural heritage and to contemporary culture. Prerequisites: None.

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ENH114 - African-American Literature

Survey of major African-American writers from Colonial period through the present; analysis of trends and movements within African-American literary history; analysis of literary types and selected works. Prerequisites: None.

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ENH255 - Contemporary U.S. Literature and Film

Strengths and weaknesses of literature and film. Challenges of adapting literature to film. Addressing racial, ethnic, gender, class and religious differences between cultures and mediums. Use of narrative in each medium and how it translates various cultural values and assumptions. Specific genres present in literature and film. Cultural metaphors and symbols used in literature and film.

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ENH259 - American Indian Literature

Contemporary American Indian forms of literary expression. Selected oral traditions of American Indians. Trends and movements within American Indian literary history. Prerequisites: None.

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ENH291 - Children's Literature

Review of folk and modern literature from a variety of world cultures, including application of literary criteria to folk and modern literature for children. Prerequisites: None.

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ENV101 - Introduction to Environmental Science

Interdisciplinary analyses of interactions among living and non-living environmental components, focusing on human influences. Scientific methods of investigating and solving environmental problems are introduced. Prerequisites: None.

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