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    University of Central Missouri
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


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Business Law

In addition to any course prerequisites listed for the courses below, the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies also enforces a course leveling prerequisite.  This means that freshmen (those who have earned 0-29.5 semester hours of college credit) may enroll in 1000 level courses only, sophomores (completed 30-59.5 semester hours) may enroll in 2000 or 1000 level courses, juniors (completed 60-89.5 semester hours) may enroll in 3000, 2000 or 1000 level courses and seniors (all students who have earned 90 semester hours) may enroll in 4000 level courses or below.

   •  BLAW 3721  -  Law of Business Transactions (3)
   •  BLAW 4740  -  Employment Law (3)
   •  BLAW 4750  -  Collective Bargaining (3)

Business Teacher Education

   •  BTE 1200  -  Applied Lab for Essentials of Managing Information (1)
   •  BTE 1530  -  Keyboarding (2)
   •  BTE 1532  -  Intermediate Keyboarding (3)
   •  BTE 2560  -  Organizational Administration and Event Planning (3)
   •  BTE 3110  -  Consumer Finance and Economics (3)
   •  BTE 4210  -  Methods of Teaching Business and Marketing Education (3)
   •  BTE 4241  -  Coordination of Cooperative Education Programs (3)
   •  BTE 4260  -  Special Topics in Business Teacher Education (1-3)
   •  BTE 4280  -  Implementing Business and Marketing Education (3)
   •  BTE 4510  -  Desktop Publishing for Business (3)
   •  BTE 4535  -  Data Input Technologies (2)
   •  BTE 4550  -  Publishing Applications for Business (2)
   •  BTE 4560  -  Emerging Technologies for Business (2)

Career and Technology Education

   •  CTE 1000  -  Introduction to Career and Technical Education (1)
   •  CTE 1210  -  Managing Information Using Computer Applications GE (2)
   •  CTE 1300  -  Introduction to Engineering Design (3)
   •  CTE 1500  -  Gateway to Engineering (3)
   •  CTE 2000  -  Technology and Society GE (3)
   •  CTE 3000  -  Technology for Teaching (1)
   •  CTE 3060  -  Technical Writing GE (3)
   •  CTE 3116  -  Creative Thinking for a Better World GE (3)
   •  CTE 4000  -  Special Projects in Career and Technical Education (1-3)
   •  CTE 4022  -  Teaching/Administration Intern (1-3)
   •  CTE 4090  -  Special Problems in Career and Technology Education (1-3)
   •  CTE 4100  -  CTTE 1 - Curriculum & Assessment (3)
   •  CTE 4110  -  Foundations of Career & Technology Education (3)
   •  CTE 4115  -  Lab Management & Safety (3)
   •  CTE 4120  -  CTTE 2 - Curriculum & Methods (1)
   •  CTE 4125  -  Methods of Teaching ETTE (3)
   •  CTE 4130  -  CTTE 3 - Curriculum, Methods, & Planning (2)
   •  CTE 4140  -  New Teacher Institute (3)
   •  CTE 4145  -  Curriculum Construction in Career and Technical Education (3)
   •  CTE 4150  -  Vocational Guidance (3)
   •  CTE 4160  -  Methods of Teaching Career and Technical Education (3)
   •  CTE 4165  -  Performance Assessment in Career and Technical Education (3)
   •  CTE 4180  -  Adult Education and Training (3)
   •  CTE 4210  -  CTTE 4 - Current Topics in CTE (2)
   •  CTE 4220  -  CTTE 5 - Management, Guidance, & Special Needs (2)
   •  CTE 4230  -  CTTE 6 - Work & Project Based Learning (2)
   •  CTE 4240  -  CTTE 7 - College and Career Readiness (2)
   •  CTE 4972  -  CTE Principles and Content Reading (2)
   •  CTE 4973  -  CTE Classroom and Lab Management Techniques (1)
   •  CTE 4974  -  Educational Evaluation and Strategies (2)

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 1005  -  Survival Skills for College Chemistry (2)
   •  CHEM 1103  -  Introduction to the Sciences: Chemistry GE (3)
   •  CHEM 1104  -  Introduction to the Sciences: Chemistry GE (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 1131  -  General Chemistry I GE (5: 5 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 1132  -  General Chemistry II (5: 5 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 1603  -  Elementary Organic and Biochemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 1604  -  Elementary Organic and Biochemistry (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 1911  -  Introductory Chemistry Laboratory Experience (1:1 lab)
   •  CHEM 3111  -  Inorganic Chemistry (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 3212  -  Quantitative Analysis (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 3341  -  Organic Chemistry I (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 3342  -  Organic Chemistry II (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 3421  -  Biochemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 3920  -  Communication Skills in Chemistry (2)
   •  CHEM 4010  -  Special Topics in Chemistry (1-4)
   •  CHEM 4111  -  Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 4221  -  Environmental Chemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 4231  -  Instrumental Analysis (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 4313  -  Advanced Organic Chemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 4421  -  Advanced Biochemistry (3)
   •  CHEM 4431  -  Biochemistry Laboratory (2)
   •  CHEM 4531  -  Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 4532  -  Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy (4: 4 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  CHEM 4800  -  Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology (3)
   •  CHEM 4900  -  Chemical Research for Teachers (1-2)
   •  CHEM 4910  -  Research in Chemistry (1-5)
   •  CHEM 4911  -  Special Problems in Chemistry (1-3)

Child and Family Development

   •  CFD 1010  -  Individual and Family Relationships GE (3)
   •  CFD 1220  -  Child and Adolescent Development (3)
   •  CFD 1230  -  Observation of Children (2)
   •  CFD 1450  -  Valuing Differences: Discovering Common Ground (1)
   •  CFD 3230  -  Family Systems and Lifespan Development (3)
   •  CFD 3240  -  Parent-Child Interaction (3)
   •  CFD 3250  -  Organization and Administration of Programs for Young Children (3)
   •  CFD 3260  -  Youth Culture and Development (3)
   •  CFD 3710  -  Field Experience in Child and Family Development (3)
   •  CFD 4000  -  Special Projects in Child and Family Development (1-3)
   •  CFD 4220  -  Sexuality Across the Lifespan (3)
   •  CFD 4250  -  Selected Issues in Child and Family Development (3)
   •  CFD 4260  -  Adulthood (3)
   •  CFD 4510  -  Early Childhood Approaches (3)
   •  CFD 4520  -  Multicultural Study and Approaches with Families (3)
   •  CFD 4530  -  Transition to Marriage (3)
   •  CFD 4540  -  Addiction and the Family (3)
   •  CFD 4550  -  Health & Human Services (3)
   •  CFD 4560  -  Divorce (3)
   •  CFD 4570  -  Death, Loss, and Grief Across the Lifespan (3)
   •  CFD 4580  -  Resilience in Children and Adolescents (3)
   •  CFD 4590  -  Health Issues in Childhood and Adolescence (3)
   •  CFD 4710  -  Internship (3)
   •  CFD 4745  -  Senior Seminar (3)
   •  CFD 4850  -  Family Policy and Advocacy (3)

Chinese

   •  CHIN 1701  -  Elementary Chinese I GE (3)
   •  CHIN 1702  -  Elementary Chinese II GE (3)
 

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