Analysis of motivation, leadership, communications, and other human factors. Cultural differences that may create conflict and affect morale individually and within organizations. Prerequisites: None. MGT101 or MGT175 or MGT229 suggested, but not required.
Theory and practice in the use of social media in marketing. Topics may include a history of social media, preparation for social marketing, the power of collective influence, and how to engage with social media. Reviews social mediums, social networks, platforms and other marketing tools used to create a social media campaigns. Prerequisites: None.
Examination of the strategic use of digital and social media marketing platforms and tools for global communication and networking, including analysis of various digital and social media platforms and tools for developing brands, creating professional networks and creating engaging content. Hands-on use of social media platforms and tools to conduct research, develop strategies for creating, integrating, and evaluating social media marketing campaigns, and development of metrics to measure effectiveness.
Analyzes and applies the steps and techniques used in personal selling. Highlights the role of the professional sales representative and his/her functions as they relate to the company's mission and customer expectations. Prerequisites: None.
Emphasis on local area network with overview of wide area networks. Includes terminology, hardware and software components, connectivity, network architecture, packet structure, topologies, communication standards and protocols, and security issues. Preparation for Microsoft certification examination. Prerequisites: None. (BPC110 or CIS105, and CIS121AB) suggested but not required.
In-depth exploration of how to effectively install and configure Windows 10. Includes features of Windows 10, virtualization improvements, network connectivity, access to resources, monitor and maintain Windows clients and backup and recovery. Designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Windows 10 certification examination.
Prerequisites: None. CIS190, or CNT140AA, or MST140 suggested but not required.
This course focuses primarily on the installation, storage, and compute features and their functionality that is available within Windows Server. As Information Technology pushes towards more cloud based solutions and makes our classic approach obsolete, this course will help students prepare for a career within an Information Technology enterprise and help distinguish themselves in today's competitive job market. This course covers various topics like Windows Server installation, Hyper-V deployments and storage options in relation to this new cloud based reality.
Information and skills necessary to install, configure and administer Active Directory service. Covers tasks required to create users and groups, and to implement Group Policies which provide centralized management of users and computers.
This course focuses on the networking features and their functionality available within Windows Server. It builds upon the skills from the Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server course (MST155DC) and will develop skills related to Software-Defined Networking (SDN) solutions within Hyper-V, remote connectivity with VPN and Direct Access, and providing Internet connectivity with Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM). This course helps prepare for the 70-741 industry certification test.
In-depth exploration of how to effectively install and configure Windows Server. Includes roles and features of Server, virtualization with Hyper-V, core network services, Active Directory, and Group Policy. Designed to prepare students for the corresponding Microsoft Windows Server Installation and Configuration examination (70-410).
Operation, scope, and career opportunities in the music business. Focuses on music in the marketplace, songwriting, publishing, copyright procedures, and business affairs, agents, artist management, and concert production. Prerequisites: None.
The operation, scope, and career opportunities in the music business. Focuses on the record industry; environmental music; uses of music in radio, telecommunications, and film; and career options. Prerequisites: None.
Basic principles of studio sound recording. Emphasis on musical acoustics, operation of recording equipment, studio setups, and multitrack recording. Includes studio session process and musical production decisions. Prerequisites: None.
Emphasis on signal-processing equipment, mixing consoles, and advanced musical recording session procedures, production, and engineering. Includes mix-down and resultant master tape of a musical recording session.
Music Business Internship work experience. Perform a variety of activities, to fulfill the routines and responsibilities of the department or business where the internship is served. Eighty (80) hours of designated work per credit.
Private Instruction emphasizing developmental improvement of musicianship and technique from an entering skill level. Four-course sequence required of all music majors meeting departmental requirements. Instruction provided on voice, piano, harpsichord, organ, guitar, trumpet, French horn, trombone, baritone horn, tuba, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass, bass guitar, percussion, and harp. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: None.
Emphasis on note-reading and folk-style harmonic accompaniment. Includes finger-style playing. Stresses development of efficient practice techniques and proper sitting and hand positions. Prerequisites: None.
Development of beginning piano techniques and the fundamentals of music including basic hand position, music-reading skills of melodic and harmonic material, major scales, transposition, and harmonizations including the I, IV, V7 chords. Prerequisites: None.