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Credit Courses
Not all courses are offered every semester, depending on the demand and program needs. Some courses may be offered
in a distance learning format. Additional fees may apply to these courses. Consult the course schedule for current offerings
and fees.
Cooperative education training assignments in major areas of study are available to students who qualify. Students should
contact their program advisor for information regarding cooperative study. Cooperative Education (2949) may be repeated
a maximum of two (2) semesters.
Directed individual study is available to students in each major discipline. Permission of the instructor and Provost is
necessary to enrolled in a directed individual study course. The numbers for Directed Individual Study are 1905 and 2905.
Students must obtain the instructor’s permission to register for a course in which they have not met the prerequisites. This
is done at the instructor’s discretion and requires the instructor to electronically authorize a prerequisite override for the
student. Students who have been placed in developmental level courses must enroll in the required remedial course work.
Spoken and written forms of the Spanish language. The major purpose of the course is to teach students to understand and
to speak Spanish as a medium of communication through a good pronunciation and solid vocabulary.
Course Descriptions
ACG 2021 - Financial Accounting
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: GEB 1011 CR C
Major topics covered in ACG 2021 are as follows: Basic structure of accounting, accounting for merchandising
enterprises, accounting systems, accounting principles, partnerships, and corporations.
ACG 2071 - Managerial Accounting
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: ACG 2021 CR C
Managerial accounting examines the nature of costs associated with the manufacturing industry. Topics covered in
class include managerial accounting, managerial principles and systems, planning and cost control, and decision making
analysis.
AMH 2010 - History of the United States to 1876
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C or ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 or ( PRTR 104
or PRTL 099 )
The United States to 1876. Our European and Asiatic background in the Colonial period. Emphasis upon the American
Revolutionary period; constitutional development; political, social, economic, and cultural sectionalism leading to the Civil
War; and the Reconstruction era.
AMH 2020 - History of the United States, 1876 to 1945
3.000 Credits
The United States from its Centennial to 1945. Emphasis upon its rise to World Power status; the political, social,
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