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Course Catalog

The college catalog is a very important document given to you by the University administration. It is the document that sets forth the academic requirements the student has to meet in order to garner a degree in the institution. You are given a catalog dated on the year you enter the university, and it governs your whole academic progress. It is essential to read and understand it, and to keep a copy handy for reference and for your records.

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2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog

The current course catalog is for the school year of 2015-2016. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it.

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You can also view or download Undergraduate Catalogs from past years in the sidebar or search an online list of course descriptions below.

 

2015-2016 Graduate Bulletin

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  • 084A FUND OF MATH LECTURE I (NDU)

    THIS COURSE IS ENTIRELY LECTURE-BASED, AND IS EQUIVALENT TO MA-085. MA-084A INCLUDES WHOLE NUMBERS, FRACTIONS, RATIO AND PERCENT, STATISTICS, SIGNED NUMBERS, PLOYNOMIALS, LINEAR EQUATIONS, WORD PROBLEMS, METRIC AND ENGLISH MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS. MA-084A INCLUDES FACTORING, ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS, GRAPHING, SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS, EXPONENTS, QUADRATIC EQUATIONS AND PLANE GEOMETRY. PLACEMENT IS DETERMINED BY THE MATH PLACEMENT TEST. GRADES ARE P, OR NC (NO CREDIT) OR F.

  • 084B FUND OF MATH LECTURE II (NDU)

    THIS COURSE IS ENTIRELY LECTURE-BASED, AND IS EQUIVALENT TO MA-085. MA-084B INCLUDES WHOLE NUMBERS, FRACTIONS, RATIO AND PERCENT, STATISTICS, SIGNED NUMBERS, POLYNOMIALS, LINEAR EQUATIONS, WORD PROBLEMS, METRIC AND ENGLISH MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS. MA-084B INCLUDES FACTORING, ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS, GRAPHING, SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS, EXPONENTS, QUADRATIC EQUATIONS AND PLANE GEOMETRY. PLACEMENT IS DETERMINED BY THE MATH PLACEMENT TEST GRADES ARE P, OR NC (NO CREDIT) OR F.

  • 085 FUND OF MATH I II (NDU)

    This course is a study of the funda mental concepts of high school mathematics, including arithmetic algebra, informal geometry and trigonometry. This course is designed to provide the background necessary for advancement in mathematics. Placement into a particular level is determined by the Mathematics Placement Test. Grades are A, P(pass), or NC (No credit), or F (Failure)

  • 085 FUND OF ENGLISH

    EN 085 IS AN INTEGRATED COURSE INTENDED TO ENHANCE THE OVERALL ENGLISH COMPETENCE OF THE STUDENTS ENROLLED. \ PRESENTING A BLEND OF READING, WRITING, SPEAKING AND LISTENING TASKS, THE CLASS INCLUDES THREE HOURS PER WEEK OF CLASSROOM CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION. STUDENTS ARE INITIALLY PLACED IN EN085, A OR B, AS A RESULT OF THEIR PERFORMANCE ON THE UNIVERSITY'S PLACEMENT EXAM. END-OF-TERM GRADES ARE A,P,NC, OR F. A GRADE OF A OR P IS REQUIRED TO PASS OUT OF THE COURSE. COREQUISITE: EN085L. A NONPASSING GRADE IN EITHER EN085 OR EN085L WILL REQUIRE THE STUDENT TO RETAKE BOTH COURSES.

  • 085L FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB

    THIS IS THE REQUIRED LAB COMPONENT FOR EN085. THIS LAB PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE READING, SPEAKING, AND LISTENING SKILLS THROUGH VARIOUS DISCOURSE-BASED ACTIVITIES AND EXERCISES. THE LABINVOLVES TWO HOURS OF CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION AND A MINIMUM OF 2 HOURS INDEPENDENT STUDY IN THE DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH LEARNING LAB EACH WEEK. END-OF-TERM GRADES ARE A, P, NC, OR F. A GRADE OF A OR P IS REQUIRED TO PASS OUT OF THE COURSE. COREQUISITE: EN 085. A NONPASSING GRADE IN EITHER EN085 R EN085L WILL REQUIRE THE STUDENT TO RETAKE BOTH COURSES.

  • 100 PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT

    This course is meant to help understand and find ways to solve everyday problems. People often wish to change their behavior, or change the way that other people act towards them. This course provides some information about why people act the way they do and how they can change their behavior. The course may be taken along iwth EN085 courses. NO prerequisites.

  • 100 FUNDAMENTLS OF COLLEGE ENGLISH

    EN100 is an integrated reading and writing course that prepares students for further English courses and further study at the University. The course features four hours of classroom instruction per week. Students are placed in the course as a result of their performance on the University's Placement Exam or their final evaluation in an En085, Fundamentals of English, course. EN100 must be completed with a grade of "C" or better before taking EN110. Grades are A,B,C,D,F,I or NC.

  • 100 Fundmntls of College Engl Hybr

    EN100 is an integrated reading and writing course that prepares students for further English courses and further study at the University. The course features four hours of classroom instruction per week. Students are placed in the course as a result of their performance on the University's Placement Exam or their final evaluation in an En085, Fundamentals of English, course. EN100 must be completed with a grade of "C" or better before taking EN110. Grades are A,B,C,D,F,I or NC.

  • 100 INTRO TO CITIZENSHIP

    THIS COURSE PROIDES A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO CITIZENSHIP. THE CONCEPT OF CITIZENSHIP IS EXAMINED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CLASSICA L ANTIQUITY, MODERN CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY, GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONALIZATION. PARTICULAR EMPHASIS IS PLACED UPON CIVICS, UPON THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENSHIP.

  • 100L ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB

    BI100L is the laboratory portion of BI100 and MUST be taken concurrently. The course consists of one three-hour laboratory per week. Corequisite: BI100

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