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                                        Interpreting                              The prerequisite for undergraduate courses may be “consent of
                                                                                  instructor.” The student must secure the consent of the instructor
                                      Course Descriptions                         of the course before registering for it. Consent of instructor is
                           The courses listed in this catalog are an indication   usually required for courses in which there is limited laboratory
                       of what may be offered within any given semester.          space or equipment, or in which specific skills are required.
                   The College reserves the right to make additions or dele-
                                                                                  Unless otherwise specified, prerequisite courses must be com-
               tions to the list of offerings during the year and to withdraw
                                                                                  pleted with a grade of “C-” or better. In some cases, students
            courses for which adequate enrollment cannot be maintained.
                                                                                  must demonstrate competency at a specific placement level on
         Students should consult the official list of courses offered each
                                                                                  placement examination(s).
         semester published in the Semester Class Schedule.



                    Undergraduate Course                                                     numbering of Courses
                                                                                  Courses numbered 1000 to 1999 are introductory courses suit-
                        Prerequisites                                             able for freshman students. Courses from 2000 to 2999 are
         Courses beyond the freshman year usually have “prerequisites.”           primarily intended for sophomore students.
         This means that certain lower-level courses must be taken before
                                                                                  Courses numbered under 1000 may or may not be transferable
         the student may register for the advanced course.
                                                                                  to other colleges or universities. They do not meet degree require-
                                                                                  ments at Northwest College.



                                     Subject Area Designators
           The three (3) or four (4) letters preceding the course number indicate the subject area the
           course is in. Course descriptions are arranged alphabetically by the following designators:

Agriculture                          AGRI             Computer Applications          CMAP             Kinesiology                      KIN
   Agriculture Economics             AGEC             Computer Science               COSC             Languages
   Agroecology                       AECL             Criminal Justice               CRMJ                French                        FREN
   Animal Science                    ANSC             Developmental Studies          DVST                Greek                         GRK
   Crop Science                      CROP             Economics                      ECON                Hebrew                        HEBR
   Entomology                        ENTO             Education                      EDUC                Spanish                       SPAN
   Food Science                      FDSC                Curriculum & Instruction    EDCI             Mathematics                      MATH
   Horticulture                      HORT                Early Childhood             EDEC                Statistics                    STAT
   Range Management                  RGMG                Educational Foundations     EDFD             Molecular Biology                MOLB
American Studies                     AMST                Exceptional Children        EDEX             Music                            MUSC
Anthropology                         ANTH                Library Science             LIBS             nursing Studies                  NRST
Art                                  ART              Electrical Apprenticeship      ELAP             Outdoor Education
Astronomy                            ASTR             Emergency Medical Technology   EMT                 Activity                      OEAC
Aviation                             AVTN             Engineering Science            ES                  Professional                  OEPR
Biology                              BIOL             Engineering Technology         ENTK             Philosophy                       PHIL
Botany                               BOT              English                        ENGL             Photographic Communications      PHTO
Business                             BUSN             Equine Studies                 EQST             Physical & Health Education      HLED
   Accounting                        ACCT             Family and Consumer Science    FCSC             PE Activities & Dance            PEAC
   Business Administration           BADM             Geography and Recreation       G&R                 Varsity Athletics             PEAT             
   Business Management Information                    Geology                        GEOL                Professional PE               PEPR
     Systems                         BMIS             Graphic Arts                   GRAR             Physics                          PHyS
   Business Technology               BOTK             Health Sciences                HLSC             Political Science                POLS
   Finance                           FIN              History                        HIST             Psychology                       PSyC
   Management                        MGT              Human Development              HMDV                Social Science                SOSC
   Marketing                         MKT              Humanities                     HUMN             Sociology                        SOC
   Statistics                        STAT             Information Management         IMGT             Theatre                          THEA
Chemistry                            CHEM             Internet Education             INET             Welding Technology               WELD
Communication and Mass Media         CO/M             Journalism                     JOUR             Zoology                          ZOO
                                                                                                                                                  COURSE
                                                                                                                     COURSE                        TITLE
                                                                                                                   DESIGNATOR
                   Special Course
                     numbers                                                                               BIOL 1010 General Biology I (4)
          The following courses may be offered in
          transfer or vocational fields                                                                                                               CREDIT
                                                                                                            COURSE            HOUR
          1460 or 2460 (transfer); 1960 or 2960 (vocational):
                                                                            The following                  nUMBER
          Field Studies (1-4)                                              course descrip-
          A combination of classroom instruction with                     tions of each course
          participation in the actual field being studied.               offered at northwest
                                                                         College include the course
          1465 or 2465 (transfer); 1965 or 2965 (vocational):            designator, number, title, and credit hours (in parentheses) for
          Directed Studies/Research Problems (1-3)
          Special projects and research carried out under the
                                                                          the course. Course descriptions are followed by the number
          direction of faculty.                                             of hours spent in class lecture or labs. Some courses have
                                                                              prerequisites. A prerequisite is a specific require-
          1470 or 2470 (transfer); 1970 or 2970 (vocational):                    ment that must be fulfilled by the student
          * Internship/Practicum (1-6)                                               before he/she will be allowed to enroll
          Work experience related to a chosen field of study.                             in that course.
          (approximately 30 hrs work experience equates to
          1 credit hour)

          1475 or 2475 (transfer); 1975 or 2975 (vocational):
          [0975 (below college-level)]
          * Independent Studies (1-4)
                                                                    ACCOUnTInG (ACCT)                                      ACCT-2410 Intermediate Accounting I (3)
          A course designed and taken under a special                                                                      Covers accounting principles pertaining to income
          contract with a faculty member.                           ACCT-1050 Practical Accounting (3)                     determination and the balance sheet with underly-
                                                                    Students acquire a basic understanding of account-     ing conceptual framework for development of
                                                                    ing principles and procedures used to record,          generally accepted accounting principles. Topics
          1480 or 2480 (transfer); 1980 or 2980 (vocational):
                                                                    classify, summarize, and report financial data. Stu-   include proper presentation of financial statements,
          * Cooperative Education (1-6)
                                                                    dents also gain a foundation to perform accounting     present value concepts, recognition, and measure-
          A planned academic program allowing students
                                                                    tasks as well as assist with making business           ment of assets, liabilities, and stockholder equity. (3
          to blend classroom theory with related work
                                                                    decisions. Prior knowledge of accounting is not        hrs lec, 1 hr lab)
          experience. Prerequisite: Consent of Cooperative
                                                                    necessary. (3 hrs lec)
          Education Director and approval of appropriate
          faculty member.
                                                                    ACCT-2010 Principles of Accounting I (4)
          (6.5 hours lecture per student, 70 hours work
                                                                    Students learn the assumptions, principles, and        AGRICULTURE (AGRI)
          experience equates to 1 credit hour)
                                                                    conventions upon which a sound accounting              AGRI-1010 Computers in Agriculture (2)
                                                                    system is based with an emphasis on formation          Designed to familiarize the student with computer
          1485 or 2485 (transfer); 1985 or 2985 (vocational):       and communication of financial information             applications related to agricultural situations. Pro-
          Seminar (1-3)                                             found on income statements, balance sheets, and        vides the student opportunities to use computers
          In-depth examination of a specific issue or subject.      statements of cash flow. Students consider use of      to solve a variety of problems using an assortment
                                                                    financial information for decision making purposes     of software programs. Prerequisite: Keyboarding
                                                                    and become conversant in the basic language of         skills recommended. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
          1490 or 2490 (transfer); 1990 or 2990 (vocational):       business. Emphasizes problem solving analysis
          Topics (1-4)                                              both manually and on the computer. No prior            AGRI-2385 Agriculture Communication/Lead-
          Courses that are not part of the regular catalog          knowledge of accounting is required. BMIS 2000         ership (2)
          curriculum. Designed to meet special needs or             is recommended. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                 Students will explore the occupation of agri-
          interests.                                                                                                       culture communications through activities that
                                                                    ACCT-2020 Principles of Accounting II (4)              will allow them hands-on experience. Students
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                                                                    A continuation of ACCT 2010. Students advance          explore challenges and opportunities facing food
          1495 or 2495 (transfer); 1995 or 2995 (vocational):       their accounting knowledge and skills with an          production and our global society. Students will
          Workshop (1-3)                                            emphasis on presentation and analysis of corporate     develop an appreciation for leadership training and
          Specific training or instruction with the emphasis        financial statements; management accounting            communicating ideas to a community audience.
          on skills development. Involves interactive               concepts and practices used in operations planning     Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and successful
                                                                    and control; and short-term and long-range man-        completion of 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec)
          participation among class members and
                                                                    agement decision making. Prerequisite: ACCT
        instructors.                                              2010. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                           AGRI-2390 Agriculture Literacy/Leadership (2)
                                                                                                                           Students acquire skills necessary for developing an
          * A maximum of 12 hours of independent study,             ACCT-2110 Microcomputer Accounting (2)                 agriculture literacy program for the campus as well
          cooperative education, and internship credits may be      Introduces students to computerized integrated         as the community. Students will assist the Agri-
          used to fulfill requirements for AA, AS, or AAS degrees   accounting software using individual modules for       culture Department in many tasks throughout the
          at Northwest College. Not more than 6 of these hours      general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts pay-
          may be in any one of the 3 areas (exception for AAS                                                              semester including such things as recruiting poten-
                                                                    able, payroll, inventory, and job costs. Reinforces    tial students and educating the community about
          in Travel and Tourism). These courses normally will       each module with practical applications. Course
          count as elective credit.                                                                                        the Agriculture Department at Northwest College.
                                                                    culminates with a comprehensive accounting simu-       Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and successful
                                                                    lation. Prerequisite: ACCT 1050 or ACCT 2010           completion of at least 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec)
                                                                    with a “C-” or better. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
AGRI-2400 Agriculture Operations Studies (2)             developing countries. Students explore challenges       ANSC-1100 Artificial Insemination (2)
Students will develop and plan a tour, identify-         and opportunities facing food production and our        Anatomy of the male and female reproductive
ing and selecting agricultural operations to visit.      global society. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                  system and the physiology of the endocrine and
Students will also plan the itinerary and make                                                                   reproductive systems as they relate to a successful
necessary contacts and reservations. After the tour,     AECL-2010 Ecological Web: Soil (4)                      artificial insemination program. Labs cover actual
students will compile a portfolio analyzing their        Students develop introductory understanding             practice and techniques in insemination, collecting,
experience. May be repeated once for credit. (1 hr       of soil properties as components of natural and         handling, storing, and evaluation of semen. (1 hr
lec, 2 hrs lab)                                          managed ecosystems. They apply knowledge of             lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                         biological, chemical, morphological, and physical
                                                         properties of soil to land management issues in         ANSC-1210 Livestock Judging I (2)
AGRICULTURE                                              wildland and agriculture ecosystems. (3 hrs lec, 2      Fall semester judging of all types of livestock.
                                                         hrs lab)                                                Emphasizes individual breed characteristics cover-
ECOnOMICS (AGEC)                                                                                                 ing strong and weak points of each. (.5 hr lec, 3
AGEC-1010 Agricultural Economics I (3)                   AECL-2395 Plant Science Research Methods                hrs lab)
Introduction of basic economic principles and            (2)
reasoning, emphasizing agriculture. (3 hrs lec)          Students engage in an in-depth study of botany          ANSC-1220 Livestock Judging II (2)
                                                         and plant physiology to provide a basis for under-      Spring semester judging of all types of livestock.
AGEC-1020 Agricultural Economics II (3)                  standing plant growth, reproduction, and response       Emphasizes individual breed characteristics cover-
Students learn economic principles as they apply         to environmental factors. Commercial crop pro-          ing strong and weak points of each. Prerequisite:
to agricultural production and marketing. Covers         duction, marketing, land use planning, government       ANSC 1210. (.5 hr lec, 3 hrs lab)
relation of agriculture to the general economy of        programs, and research are also addressed. The
the country. (3 hrs lec)                                 capstone project will require students to apply         ANSC-1250 Field Experience: Livestock Exhi-
                                                         learned knowledge, gather new information from          bition (3)
AGEC-2010 Farm and Ranch Business Records                professionals, and perform research resulting in a      Designed to give the student experience in exhibit-
(3)                                                      written report and a capstone presentation. (1 hr       ing animals at open class fairs and in preparation
Explores fundamentals of farm and ranch busi-            lec, 2 hrs lab)                                         of livestock for shows and sales. Class time
ness accounting, analysis, and budgets. Covers the                                          Capstone Course      includes duties and responsibilities of a herdsman
development of effective decision-making methods                                                                 in preparation, care, and exhibiting livestock. A
using records, financial statements, and tax report-                                                             practicum deals with actual showring experience.
ing. Includes case farm record-keeping exercise. (2      AMERICAn STUDIES                                        Prerequisite: ANSC 1022. (.5 hr lec, 5 hrs lab)
hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                         (AMST)                                                  ANSC-1330 Veterinary Practice Orientation (3)
AGEC-2020 Farm and Ranch Business Manage-                AMST-2010 Introduction to American Stud-                Students are acquainted with the veterinary office
ment (4)                                                 ies (3)                                                 assistant profession and provided an overview of
Students learn economic principles, business             Introduces the interdisciplinary study of American      the duties and responsibilities of veterinary team
methods and science applied to organization              culture. Focuses on themes, values, and ideas which     members in animal care. This course examines the
and operation. Explores measurements of size             historically have defined the cultural experience of    dual role of the assistant as an animal care taker
of business and rate and efficiency of operations.       the United States. Examines the cultural mean-          and office assistant including exploring animal
Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 30       ings of aspects of everyday American life that may      behavior, basic care, and routine office duties. (3
credit hours. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                     include work, clothing, food, family, gender, build-    hrs lec)
                                     Capstone Course     ings, bodies, media entertainment, advertising, and
                                                         education. (3 hrs lec)                                  ANSC-2020 Feeds and Feeding (4)
AGEC-2100 Advanced Computer Agriculture                                                                          Covers the importance of livestock nutrition,
Records Management (2)                                   AMST-2370 Rock and Roll - Its History and               physiology of digestion, types of feeds, and deter-
Students learn about advanced computerized               Culture (3)                                             minations of rations for all classes of livestock.
financial records and analysis, computerized             This capstone course is designed to allow students      Prerequisite: CHEM 1000 recommended. (3 hrs
production records, and computerized crops               to learn about and participate in one of the domi-      lec, 2 hrs lab)
production records. Students work within a self-         nant dialogues in American culture: rock and roll
paced format and select one of the three areas of        music. That is, during the course of the semester,      ANSC-2230 Livestock Judging III (2)
concentration for study. Actual business records of      we will examine American culture through the            Fall semester competitive livestock judging.
the student are used and entered into the computer       lens of rock and roll and explore the ramifications     Selected students represent the college in local,
for more effective analysis and decision making.         of this relationship. Students will listen to music,    regional, and national contests. Students partici-
Prerequisite: AGEC 2010. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)           read relevant social texts, and synthesize this mate-   pate in the fall semester. Prerequisite: ANSC 1220
                                                         rial in written and spoken forms, culminating in        and written consent of instructor. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs
AGEC-2300 Agricultural Marketing (3)                     a public presentation. Credit cannot be earned in       lab)
Covers the role of agricultural products in the          both AMST 2370 and MUSC 2370. Prerequisite:
national economy and trade including costs,              Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.      ANSC-2240 Livestock Judging IV (1)
margins, marketing alternatives, transportation,         (3hrs lec)                                              Spring semester competitive livestock judging.
governmental influence, and competition. Prereq-                                              Capstone Course    Selected students represent the college in local,      Courses
uisite: ECON 1010, AGEC 1010, or equivalent.                                                                     regional, and national contests. Students partici-
(3 hrs lec)                                                                                                      pate in the spring semester. Prerequisite: ANSC
                                                                                                                 2230 and written consent of instructor. (.5 hr lec,
                                                         AnIMAL SCIEnCE (AnSC)                                   1 hr lab)
AGEC-2400 Farm Credit and Finance (2)
Covers various financial agencies available to the       ANSC-1022 Animal Science I (4)
manager; responsibilities, liabilities, and rewards of   Provides an overview of opportunities associated        ANSC-2320 Livestock Health and Manage-
                                                         with the production of domestic animals for food,       ment (2)                                               
using credit; interest calculations; discounting and
investments. Prerequisite: AGEC 1010 or AGEC             clothing, power, and recreation. Students become        A basic review of the major diseases that affect
2010. (2 hrs lec)                                        familiar with breeds and management of beef             bovine, ovine, and swine. A portion of the class
                                                         cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, swine, horses, and poul-   covers specific anatomy affected by diseases, a
                                                         try. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                             review of appropriate pharmacology, and the
                                                                                                                 development of a general herd health management
AGROECOLOGY (AECL)                                       ANSC-1024 Animal Science II (4)                         program that agriculture producers can adapt to
AECL-1000 Agroecology (4)                                Enables students to become familiar with the bio-       their own operation. (2 hrs lec)
Students acquire introductory understanding of           logical functions of farm-ranch animals. Analyzes
the interactions that affect agricultural systems.       products produced by farm-ranch animals. Prereq-        ANSC-2385 Veterinary Assistant Capstone (1)
Comparisons are made between developed and               uisite: ANSC 1022. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)               Students will demonstrate their acquired knowl-
          edge in the Veterinary Assistant Program through          American Southwest. A student may take this            Emphasis placed on continued development of
          a clinical case study. Students will research,            course twice. (3 hrs lec)                              strength in observational skills and visual thinking
          analyze, and integrate scientific literature into a                                                              abilities. Stress placed on expanded approaches to
          written report, present their findings to an audi-        ANTH-2210 North American Indian Cultures (3)           drawing through incorporation of design concepts,
          ence, and respond to questions in a questions and         A survey of the origin and development of Native       exploration of a broad range of ideas, and experi-
          answer period. (1 hr lec)                                 American cultures in North America, examining          mentation with a variety of media. Prerequisite:
                                               Capstone Course      briefly each cultural zone or area. (3 hrs lec)        ART 1050. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)

          ANSC-2430 Comparative Anatomy and Physi-                  ANTH-2300 Archaeological Methods (3)                   ART-1110 Design: 2-D (3)
          ology of Domestic Animals (4)                             A study of the history and methods of archaeo-         Students acquire a foundation in the processes of
          Covers comparative anatomy and the physiology             logical excavation. Includes selection of sites,       visual perception and how these processes function
          of digestion, circulation, nervous system, reproduc-      excavation techniques and technologies, and report     as a basis for understanding and creating two-
          tion and urinary systems, muscular and skeletal           writing. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                        dimensional works. Requires no art background. (2
          systems, and environment of farm animals. (3 hrs                                                                 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          lec, 2 hrs lab)                                           ANTH-2310 Archaeological Field Methods (1-6)
                                                                    Field experiences in archaeology in the United         ART-1130 Design: Color (3)
          ANSC-2550 Public Speaking for Livestock                   States or outside the United States. Field schools     An introduction to and an intensive exploration
          Judges (1)                                                present instruction in mapping, stratigraphy, exca-    of the phenomena and operation of light/color.
          Designed to improve speaking skills used in judg-         vation techniques and technology, photography,         Investigation of the four properties of color, addi-
          ing livestock. Subject matter includes organization,      record keeping, regional survey, artifact storage,     tive and subtractive color, color phenomena, color
          delivery, and speaking skills involved in providing       and preservation. Some excavation sites located in     interaction, the spatial capabilities of color, color
          oral critiques of different groups of livestock. (.5 hr   Wyoming and in Israel. (2 hrs lab per credit hour)     operations, and the graphic structures required
          lec, 1 hr lab)                                                                                                   for certain color operations; color systems includ-
                                                                    ANTH-2350 Biblical Archaeology (3)                     ing the Munsell System; color composition and
                                                                    A study of the archaeological context of the Bible     some of the associative/psychological aspects of
          AnTHROPOLOGY (AnTH)                                       lands, relating Syro-Palestinian archaeology to the    color through a series of structured exercises using
                                                                    cultures of the ancient Mediterranean and Near         acrylic paint/mixed media. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          ANTH-1100 Physical Anthropology (3)                       East. (3 hrs lec)
          Commonly referred to as Biological Anthropol-                                                                    ART-1250 Beginning Water-Based Media I (3)
          ogy, Physical Anthropology studies the biological         ANTH-2390 Archaeological Tour of the South-            A basic course in transparent watercolor, which
          basis of humankind. Addresses questions regarding         west (1-3)                                             will concentrate on the understanding of color,
          human origins and human variation. Course seeks           Students learn basic geography and archaeological      various approaches to handling the watercolor
          answers to these questions by analyzing evolutionary      cultures of the Southwest and will acquire knowl-      medium, and observational studies emphasizing
          theory, cell biology, human genetics, race and human      edge and skills needed for group and individual        the shapes of light and dark. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          diversity, primate evolution, primate social behavior,    investigation of Native American culture and
          and ecology and human origins. (3 hrs lec)                artifacts in an outdoor setting. Course may include    ART-1495 Painting Workshop (3)
                                                                    a camping tour of archaeological and cultural sites    An introductory course in oil painting emphasiz-
          ANTH-1105 Physical Anthropology Lab (1)                   as well as museums in the American Southwest.          ing accurate, sensitive, observation and analysis
          Optional lab operates in conjunction with ANTH            Camping tour may also include rafting. Students        of form and color. Time will be taken to increase
          1100. Lab is advised for those specializing in            participating in the field portion of this course      drawing skills; to understand the properties of
          anthropology and transferring to schools having           must meet minimum physical fitness requirements.       color through analyzing and mixing a range of
          a four-credit anthropology course with lab. Pre-          The one-credit option is a seven-week course of        color; and to create interesting compositions
          requisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in           weekly classes. The three-credit option includes the   through a variety of means. Subject matter will be
          ANTH 1100. (2 hrs lab)                                    seven weeks of classes plus a camping trip to the      limited, for the most part, to still-life and portrait.
                                                                    Southwest. (1 or 3 hrs lec)                            Pass/fail grade only. (3 hrs lec)
          ANTH-1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthro-
          pology (3)                                                ANTH-2470 Internship: Anthropology (1-6)               ART-2010 Art History I (3)
          Provides a wide perspective for the understanding         Available to the serious student who desires to        Introduces students to the major arts of the world
          of humankind, language, food-getting strategies,          observe and participate in a demanding and             with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and archi-
          social and economic systems, political organization,      rewarding professional off-campus experience. (1-6     tecture from prehistory to approximately 1500
          marital and family structure, religion, art, music,       hrs lec per credit hour)                               CE. Students explore how artistic development is
          etc. Accomplished in part by the study and com-                                                                  linked to human cultural development and empha-
          parison of a variety of cultures. (3 hrs lec)                                                                    sized in links between different cultures separated
                                                                    ART (ART)                                              by time and/or geography. Course includes such
          ANTH-1250 Archaeology of Wyoming (3)                                                                             cultures as Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman,
          An overview of the hunting and gathering life-            ART-1010 Introduction to Art (3)                       Islamic, and Medieval European. (3 hrs lec)
          ways and adaptations of past human groups in              Students undertake an introductory exploration
          Wyoming including subsistence and settlement              of major art and artifacts of western civilization.    ART-2020 Art History II (3)
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          patterns, stone tool technologies and chronology,         Discussion addresses aesthetics, craft, and art from   Introduces students to the major arts of the world
          key sites, rock art, and historical archaeology. Also     non-western cultures and the importance of art in      with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and
          methodologies, law and ethics, and curation proce-        society. Through hands-on art appreciation activi-     architecture from approximately 1500 CE to the
          dures. (3 hrs lec)                                        ties, students experiment with different media         present. Students explore how artistic develop-
                                                                    including drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and mixed      ment is linked to human cultural development and
          ANTH-1300 Introduction to Archaeology (3)                 media. Museum and gallery tours scheduled. Only        emphasized in links between different cultures
          Introduces the theory and method of archaeologi-          for students not specializing in art. (3 hrs lec)      separated by time and/or geography. (3 hrs lec)
        cal science, with an overview of cultural evolution
          in the Old World up to the development of early           ART-1050 Drawing I (3)                                 ART-2050 Life Drawing I (3)
          civilization. Includes a summary of Wyoming               An introduction to the vocabulary and skill of         A continuation of drawing courses, with emphasis
          archaeology. (3 hrs lec)                                  drawing for both the experienced and inexpe-           on the human figure. Emphasizes physiology of
                                                                    rienced student. Emphasis placed on mastering          the body through study of skeletal structure and
          ANTH-2200 World Ethnography: (3)                          traditional drawing techniques, along with increas-    muscular organization. Prerequisite: ART 1050. (2
          Provides an understanding of cultural behavior            ing the student’s confidence in his or her skill and   hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          of peoples in various geographical areas of the           visual literacy. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          world. Indicates the specific geographic area for                                                                ART-2055 Art in the Wild (3)
          each semester offered, such as Middle East, Africa,       ART-1060 Drawing II (3)                                This is a weekend intensive seminar exploring
          South America, South Pacific, Mediterranean,              A continuation and expansion of ART 1050.              “ways of seeing” by responding to and recording
the landscape of the Greater Yellowstone Basin.           dates, currently certified teachers, or for students     design them; how to display art work by reproduc-
Working on-site in a back-country setting, the            who want to explore an education methods class.          ing it both graphically and photographically; how
course includes an on-campus introductory lecture         This is a hands-on class which emphasizes the            to organize and physically assemble; and finally,
and post-seminar final critique. Generally, this          State and National Art Standard expectations for         how to use them as an integral portion of their
course will be taught in conjunction with “Writing        K-8 students. Credit cannot be earned in both            resume for interview. Prerequisite: Consent of
in the Wild,” a three-credit course offered by the        ART 2135 and EDUC 2135. (2-3 hrs lec)                    instructor and successful completion of at least 30
English Department. Course fee will be charged to                                                                  credit hours. (2 hrs lec)
cover transportation, fees, and lodging. Prerequi-        ART-2165 Issues in Web Design (3)                                                           Capstone Course
site: ART 1050 or consent of instructor. (3 hrs lec)      Lectures, research, and discourse in designing for
                                                          the web. Topics include planning, design principles,     ART-2479 Special Projects: (3)
ART-2060 Life Drawing II (3)                              site architecture, site design, web typography, edito-   Students demonstrate advanced skills in applied
Continuation of ART 2050, with further study of           rial style and references, color and graphic formats,    projects. Emphasis is on research, collaboration,
the anatomical factor and emphasis on the expressive      multimedia applications, data-driven graphics,           planning, making presentations, and incorporating
factor. Prerequisite: ART 2050. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)    publishing, publicizing, and maintaining a website.      professional feedback. Students will be required to
                                                          Homework will include designing a Web site which         turn in work logs or journals regarding the experi-
ART-2090 Printmaking I (3)                                illustrates these concepts. This course will benefit     ence. This is an advanced class for design and art
Investigation and experimentation with processes          anyone who currently produces web pages, from the        students who desire real-world application of their
and properties of print media, including intaglio,        dabbler to the professional. Credit cannot be earned     craft. Prerequisite: Student must complete applica-
photo intaglio, relief, and monoprint employing           in both ART 2165 and PHTO 2165. (3 hrs lec)              tion and interview with instructor for admission.
safe, non-toxic methods. Prerequisite: ART 1050.                                                                   Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.
(2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                                    ART-2210 Painting I (3)                                  (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
                                                          A basic painting course using the oil medium.                                                Capstone Course
ART-2092 Printmaking II: Serigraphy I (3)                 Stresses a thorough understanding of color, obser-
An introduction to block-out methods. Includes            vation, and analysis of subject matter and design
use of paper, toushe, hand-cut and photographic           of the two-dimensional surface. Technical infor-         ASTROnOMY (ASTR)
films, and techniques used for printing on various        mation on pigments, building supports, grounds,
substrates. Uses water-based inks and covers pro-         mediums, and basic painting techniques covered.          ASTR-1002 Observational Astronomy (1)
cesses for gathering and preparing inks from plant        Prerequisite: ART 1050 and ART 1110 or ART               A hands-on observational course for education and
materials and plant-based powdered pigments.              1130. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                             enjoyment. Students compare telescopes, learn how
Uses water-based commercial inks for fabric print-                                                                 to use different telescopes, and learn where to point
ing. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                               ART-2220 Painting II (3)                                 them in the sky. Some constellation identification
                                                          A continuation of ART 2210. Further explora-             done to build a repertory of interesting objects to
ART-2100 Computer Illustration - Adobe Ilus-              tion of shape and color relationships and more           observe. Opportunity for astrophotography avail-
trator (3)                                                concentrated consideration of the organization and       able for those who are interested. Some discussion
This course will emphasize proficiency in Adobe           structure of the two-dimensional surface. Prereq-        of the celestial objects observed. (1 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
Illustrator and understanding the role of digital         uisite: ART 2210. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
tools in the realm of design. Students will study                                                                  ASTR-1005 Introduction to Astronomy (4)
design theory, image creation, and production             ART-2400 Advanced Studio (2-3)                           A description of the general principles, objects,
issues. Students will construct complex illustrations     A unique living and learning experience for stu-         recent developments, theories, and speculation in
and prepare them for export to graphics software, to      dents specializing in graphic design and studio          astronomy, as well as the methods and equipment
the Web, and for offset printing. (2hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)   art. Students develop and deliver after-school           by which astronomy is studied. Observations of
                                                          art programs for community elementary schools            the sun, moon, planets, stars, groups of stars, and
ART-2110 Typography (3)                                   while also pursuing individual creative work in the      deep-sky objects made, conditions permitting.
The craft of typography is introduced, including          studio. Students not residing in the Art House are       Some computer simulations included. Prerequisite:
terminology, type specification, copy fitting and         eligible to participate in the after-school art teach-   Placement at math level 2. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
kerning. Emphasis is placed on the development of         ing program for 2 credits. May be repeated once
a full understanding of typographic history, classi-      for credit. Prerequisite: ART 1050, ART 1110, or         ASTR-1050 Survey of Astronomy (4)
fication, characteristics, and use of type in the field   ART 2120 and successful completion of at least 30        An algebra-based course in observational and
of graphic design. Students learn to work with type       credit hours. (2 hrs lec, 2-4 hrs lab)                   laboratory astronomy. Topics covered include light,
intelligently and creatively. Prerequisite: GRAR                                                                   gravity, optical instruments, frame of reference, the
1810 or GRAR 1820. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                 ART-2410 Ceramics I (3)                                  sun, planets, satellites, comets, stars, groups of stars,
                                                          Students acquire beginning skills in handbuild-          and cosmology. Experiments include spectroscopy,
ART-2120 Graphic Design I (3)                             ing, glazing, and firing processes in ceramic arts.      comparison of optical instruments, Kepler’s Laws,
This introductory graphic design course encourages        Emphasis is placed on handbuilding construction          and observations of as many different astronomical
conceptual thinking and problem solving in rela-          methods: pinch, coil, slab, 3D design elements           phenomena as possible, including planets, aster-
tion to design development. Emphasis is placed on         decorating techniques, firing styles, and exami-         oids, comets, deep sky objects, and the sun in white
application of design principles, understanding and       nation of historical and contemporary ceramic            and hydrogen-alpha light. No more than 4 hours
evaluating information, learning the value of research,   sculpture. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                        credit can be earned in ASTR 1005 and ASTR
and the appropriate materials, tools and techniques                                                                1050. Prerequisite: Placement at math level 3 or            Courses
needed to show effective idea development. Students       ART-2420 Ceramics II (3)                                 above. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
begin with techniques for rough conceptual sketches       Students acquire advanced methods of clay con-
and progress through finished presentations of com-       struction, glazing, firing, and form analysis as well
prehensive layouts. Students will study design history,   as in wheel throwing, glaze mixing, equipment            AVIATIOn (AVTn)
design theory and solve design problems using a           construction, and kiln stacking. Utility in form
combination of type, image, color, and format. Pre-       construction is emphasized. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)       AVTN-2500 Basic Aeronautics (3)
requisite: ART 1110. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                                                                        A course in aerodynamics and theory of flight,              
                                                          ART-2430 Advanced Ceramics (3)                           aircraft structures and power plants, meteorology,
ART-2130 Graphic Design II (3)                            Studies development of ceramic form involving            dead reckoning and radio navigation, air traffic
A continuation of ART 2120. Includes applied              work in hand building and wheel techniques.              control, flight planning and safety, and FAA regu-
problems in editorial and promotional graphics,           Introduces surface treatment and glaze testing.          lations. (3 hrs lec)
advertising, and editorial layout. Prerequisite: ART      Emphasizes design and conceptual development.
2120. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                              Includes historical research. Prerequisite: ART
                                                          2410 or ART 2420. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                 BIOLOGY (BIOL)
ART-2135 Fundamentals of Art for Teachers
(2-3)                                                     ART-2465 Art Portfolio (2)                               BIOL-1000 Principles of Biology (4)
This course is designed for K-8 education candi-          Students learn about portfolios: how to plan and         Students learn principles that are important for
          achieving sound scientific reasoning and meth-            BIOL-2395 Biological Research (1)                         banking, marketing, retailing, taxes, finance, insur-
          odology. Students study the following topics: cell        Students have the opportunity to design biological        ance, and basic statistics. This course fulfills math
          biology, physiology, genetics, evolution, ecology, and    experiments and to organize, analyze, and interpret       requirement only for the AAS degree. Prerequisite:
          the interactions of humans with their environment.        data. Students write a scientific paper and orally        Completion of MATH 0900 or placement at
          All topics are considered within the context of the       present their results to both peers and faculty. Pre-     math level 1 within one year prior to enrollment.
          human experience. This course will fulfill the lab sci-   requisite: BIOL 1010 and successful completion of         (3 hrs lec)
          ence general education requirement for students not       at least 30 credit hours. (1 hr lec)
          specializing in the biological or physical sciences or                                         Capstone Course      BADM-1020 Business Communication (3)
          health and physical education. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                                                               Applies principles of written and spoken business
                                                                    BIOL-2400 Ecology (3)                                     communication in business environments through
          BIOL-1002 Integrated Sciences (4)                         A study of ecosystems, energy flows, habitats,            reviewing case studies; writing specific types of
          An introduction to the concepts and methodolo-            natural cycles, environmental influences, succes-         business letters, memos, and reports; and delivering
          gies of science, which integrates basic principles        sion, population, and speciation. Prerequisite: One       oral presentations. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or
          from the physical, geological, and biological sci-        semester of biological science. (3 hrs lec)               better in ENGL 1010. (3 hrs lec)
          ences. The idea behind each of the concepts is
          also treated in its historical context, with special      BIOL-2410 Field Ecology Lab (1)                           BADM-1045 e-Commerce for Managers (3)
          attention to its importance in understanding of the       Gives students the opportunity to investigate natu-       Students acquire a comprehensive overview of
          nature of the universe. The course is intended for        ral communities and actively participate in study         building and managing an e-Business and explore
          non-science majors and uses little mathematics.           and analysis of water, soil, climate, and organisms       topics such as the decision to begin an online
          Credit cannot be earned in both BIOL 1002 and             associated with characteristic habitats. Prerequisite:    business, choosing a business model, accepting
          CHEM 1002. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                         BIOL 2400 or concurrent enrollment. (2 hrs lab)           payment, marketing strategies, and security issues.
                                                                                                                              (3 hrs lec)
          BIOL-1010 General Biology I (4)                           BIOL-2465 Research Problems in Biology (1-3)
          Students study the following topics: ecology, evo-        Introduces various methodologies employed in              BADM-1050 Introduction to Travel and Tour-
          lution, genetics, the chemistry of life, cell structure   biologic research. Includes literature searches, data     ism (3)
          and function, respiration, and photosynthesis.            collection and analysis, and research report writing.     Introduction to the travel and tourism industry.
          This introductory biology course is designed for          Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (2-6 hrs lab)        Covers transportation, hospitality management,
          students specializing in the biological or physical                                                                 marketing, tour packaging, recreation, leisure stud-
          sciences or health and physical education. (3 hrs                                                                   ies, and other topics related to tourism and travel
          lec, 2 hrs lab)                                           BOTAnY (BOT)                                              in the Rocky Mountain area. (3 hrs lec)

          BIOL-1080 Environmental Science (3)                       BOT-2050 Taxonomy of Flowering Plants (4)                 BADM-1400 Introduction to Hospitality (3)
          Intended to attract students interested in the            Designed to give students an understanding of the         An introduction to management of food, bever-
          environment. Concerns conservation of natural             principles and techniques of plant taxonomy and           age, and lodging, with an emphasis on maximizing
          resources. Course focuses upon modern environ-            biosystematics. Laboratories review the character-        visitor satisfaction. Prerequisite: BADM 1000 or
          mental problems. (3 hrs lec)                              istics of major plant families and acquaint students      BADM 1050. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                    with local flowering plants, methods of identifying
          BIOL-2020 General Biology II (4)                          them, and their distributions. Prerequisite: BIOL         BADM-1500 Students in Free Enterprise (1)
          A phytogenic survey of living organisms which             1010. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                              Opportunity for experiential learning and develop-
          includes the study of kingdoms animalia, plantae,                                                                   ment as a future business team player and leader.
          protista, fungi, and monera. Emphasizes evolution         BOT-2100 Forest Management (3)                            Students work in teams to implement projects that
          of structure and function. Prerequisite: BIOL             An introduction to the principles and goals of            promote business education, entrepreneurship,
          1010. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                              forestry. Includes biology of trees and forest eco-       communication and networking. Regional and
                                                                    systems, management objectives and methods,               national competition further develop teamwork
          BIOL-2200 Genetics (4)                                    and commercial aspects of the forest industry. (3         and leadership skills. Prerequisite: Member of
          A study of the principles of heredity. Includes           hrs lec)                                                  SIFE and leadership skills. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
          basic Mendelian genetics, nature and function of
          genetic material, population genetics, and evolu-                                                                   BADM-1551 Industry Environment: (1)
          tion. Emphasizes practical application to artificial      BUSInESS (BUSn)                                           This block of courses introduces the learner to the
          selection in plant and animal breeding, as well as                                                                  service industry. Students will learn to understand
          human genetics. Prerequisite: BIOL 1010. (3 hrs           BUSN-2000 Introduction to International Busi-             the requirement to be life-long learners, the work
          lec, 2 hrs lab)                                           ness (3)                                                  ethic required for exceptional customer service, the
                                                                    A broad survey of the field of international busi-        value that each worker adds to the work team and
          BIOL-2310 Introduction to Geographic Infor-               ness which introduces the basic concepts of               are introduced to the principles of quality service
          mation Systems (3)                                        international business activity and theory. Reviews       and business. (1 1/3 hrs lec)
          Students acquire an introductory-level understand-        major foreign environmental forces (financial, eco-
          ing of the principles and practices of geographic         nomic and socioeconomic, physical, sociocultural,         BADM-2010 Business Law (3)
          information systems (GIS), both as an interactive         political, legal, labor, competitive, and distributive)   Provides an overview of business-related legal
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          spatial database and as a powerful analytical tool.       within the context of strategic management issues.        topics including the legal environment of busi-
          Students learn the theory of mapping and spatial          (3 hrs lec)                                               nesses, contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code,
          data analysis as well as learn to use GIS software                                                                  property rights, and social responsibility. (3 hrs lec)
          through exercises and projects. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                                    BUSInESS                                                  BADM-2030 Business Ethics (3)
          BIOL-2385 Research in the Life and Physical                                                                         Students learn how business and society interact
          Sciences (3)
                                                                    ADMInISTRATIOn (BADM)                                     through the study of consumerism, technology,
  0      Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers         BADM-1000 Introduction to Business (3)                    ethical and moral conviction. Introduces the
          students the opportunity to work with other stu-          A general introduction to principal business activi-      concept of business ethics, an overview of major
          dents interested in science disciplines. Students         ties and the functions of management in planning,         ethical issues that face business today, and dis-
          will develop individual projects within their dis-        operating, organizing, and controlling an enter-          cusses moral philosophy through an understanding
          cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas         prise. (3 hrs lec)                                        of classical and contemporary ethical theories. (3
          and develop an appreciation for the commonality                                                                     hrs lec)
          between scientific disciplines and the role of science    BADM-1005 Business Mathematics (3)
          in society. Students will be expected to make a public    Course enables students to apply basic mathematic         BADM-2100 Small Business Practices (3)
          presentation of their work. Prerequisite: Successful      and problem-solving skills with selected busi-            Offers basic principles of marketing, production,
          completion of at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)       ness/consumer situations encountered in business          operations, finance, accounting, and personnel
                                               Capstone Course      and personal lives. Major topics include areas of         required to operate any small business. Employs a
problem-solving methodology within a case study          designed primarily for students wishing to become        ment of the fundamental ideas and methods of
orientation that integrates course material and          legal stenographers and secretaries. (1 hr lec)          chemistry as applied to scientific and social prob-
requires students to apply knowledge to situational                                                               lems. Credit cannot be earned in both CHEM
problems. Prerequisite: Completion of BADM               BOTK-2600 Medical Transcription (3)                      1000 and CHEM 1010. Prerequisite: Placement
1005 or MATH 0930 or above. (3 hrs lec)                  Combines keyboarding, word processing, and               at math level 2 within one year prior to enrollment.
                                                         machine transcription to transcribe realistic medi-      (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
BADM-2395 Capstone in Business (1)                       cal dictation. Emphasizes vocabulary and terms
Students demonstrate their level of achievement          of the medical profession by using medical tapes         CHEM-1020 General Chemistry I (5)
by integrating the skills and knowledge they have        and supplementary materials. Prerequisite: BOTK          Principles and theories of chemistry, designed
developed throughout their course of study into a        1640 and NRST 1200. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)               for science and related concentrations. Students
comprehensive report and presentation. The final                                                                  acquire knowledge of atomic and molecular struc-
project is a case study that requires students to        BOTK-2620 Medical Coding (2)                             tures; periodic law; ionic theory; behavior and
integrate what they have learned in all aspects of       An introduction to medical coding. Demonstrates          properties of gaseous, liquid, and solid states of
their business study along with quantitative and         to students interested in the medical secretary and      matter; plus some study of nonmetallic elements.
communication skills. Prerequisite: Successful           medical records fields how to classify diseases and      Prerequisite: High school chemistry preferred.
completion of at least 30 credit hours. (1 hr lec)       procedures from the three-volume Classification of       Concurrent enrollment in MATH 1400 or above
                                     Capstone Course     Diseases books used by hospitals and the Current         or equivalent math background, or completion of
                                                         Procedural Terminology books used in doctors’            CHEM 1000. (4 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
BADM-2970 Internship: Travel and Tourism                 offices. Prerequisite: NRST 1200. (2 hrs lec)
(1-6)                                                                                                             CHEM-1030 General Chemistry II (4)
Seminars and experiences related to travel agencies,     BOTK-2700 Shorthand: Speedwriting (3)                    Continues CHEM 1020. Students acquire knowl-
airlines, cruises, Yellowstone National Park, AmFac      Using alphabetic and/or symbolic outlines, stu-          edge of oxidation-reduction reactions, additional
Resorts, attractions, and visitor centers. This course   dents develop the listening and psychomotor              nonmetals, groups on the periodic chart, radioac-
will be a supervised on-site experiential learning       skills needed for taking notes for business and/or       tivity, nuclear chemistry, and organic chemistry.
course. Prerequisite: Successful completion of at        personal use. Presents theory and focuses on             Prerequisite: CHEM 1020. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
least 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec/lab per credit hour)   developing speed and accuracy in dictation and
                                                         transcription. Language arts skills reviewed and         CHEM-1090 Fundamentals of the Physical
                                                         stressed. Prerequisite: BOTK 1640. (2 hrs lec, 2         Universe (4)
BUSInESS MAnAGEMEnT                                      hrs lab)                                                 Applies fundamental principles of chemistry and
                                                                                                                  physics to real life situations. Designed primarily
InFORMATIOn SYSTEMS                                      BOTK-2750 Records and Information Manage-                for students specializing in elementary education.
(BMIS)                                                   ment (1)                                                 Equivalent to PHYS 1090. Prerequisite: Place-
                                                         Designed to develop knowledge and application            ment at math level 3 within one year prior to
BMIS-2000 Computer Information Systems (3)               of alphabetic, numeric, geographic, and subject          enrollment. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
Introduction to computer and information sys-            filing rules; the life cycle of records; and manual
tems. Course content includes study of hardware,         and electronic records management. Prerequisite:         CHEM-2149 Nuclear Century (3)
software, computer architecture, information             BMIS 2000 or consent of instructor. (.5 hr lec, 1        Students acquire an understanding and apprecia-
processing, data communications, information             hr lab)                                                  tion for the development of nuclear energy and the
management, and social issues in computing.                                                                       social, psychological, political, and environmental
Incorporates application experiences in operating        BOTK-2950 Employment Orientation (1)                     issues associated with it. Credit cannot be earned
system, word processing, spreadsheet, and database       Students acquire information regarding self-             in both CHEM 2149 and PHYS 2149 or HIST
software. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                         evaluation, career fields, and job acquisition skills.   2149. (3 hrs lec)
                                                         Students gain practical experience in preparing
                                                         cover letters, job application letters, resumes, and     CHEM-2230 quantitative Analysis (4)
BUSInESS TECHnOLOGY                                      application forms. Mock interviews help students         Fundamental concepts of quantitative analysis,
(BOTK)                                                   sharpen interview skills. Prerequisite: Successful       application, and techniques of gravimetric, volu-
                                                         completion of at least 30 credit hours recom-            metric, and instrumental analysis. Prerequisite:
BOTK-1500 Ten-Key Mastery (1)                            mended. (1 hr lec)                                       MATH 1400 or equivalent, CHEM 1000 or
Designed to develop data entry skills by touch on                                                                 CHEM 1030. (2 hrs lec, 6 hrs lab)
the microcomputer ten-key pad. Students develop
speed and accuracy necessary for a variety of data                                                                CHEM-2300 Introduction to Organic Chem-
entry situations. Useful for students in accounting
                                                         CHEMISTRY (CHEM)
                                                                                                                  istry (4)
and business technology programs. (.5 hr lec, 1          CHEM-1000 Introduction to Chemistry (5)                  Students learn basic principles and methods
hr lab)                                                  Principles of chemistry with some inorganic appli-       of organic chemistry including nomenclature,
                                                         cations. Chemistry for life science students and         structure, reactions, reaction mechanisms, and
BOTK-1640 Keyboarding Applications I (1)                 other students not requiring a rigorous prepara-         stereochemistry. They also acquire introduc-
This course is designed for students with little         tion in theories and principles. CHEM 1000 and           tory knowledge of nuclear magnetic resonance,
or no prior keyboarding experience. Individually         CHEM 2300 satisfy full-year requirements for             infrared, ultraviolet, and mass spectral analysis of
tailored, computerized instruction enables students      general, organic, and biochemistry. Prerequisite:        organic compounds. Prerequisite: CHEM 1000             Courses
at any level of keyboarding ability to develop and       Placement at math level 3 or above or concurrent         or CHEM 1020. Not for students who have taken
increase their speed and accuracy on the alphabetic      enrollment in MATH 0930. (5 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)          CHEM 2320 or CHEM 2340. (4 hrs lec)
keys. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
                                                         CHEM-1002 Integrated Sciences (4)                        CHEM-2320 Organic Chemistry I (4)
BOTK-1955 Professional Development (2)                   An introduction to the concepts and methodolo-           The first semester of a continuing course studying
Designed to help students develop the profes-            gies of science, which integrates basic principles       aliphatic compounds of carbon. Includes nomen-
sional image and attitude needed for success in          from the physical, geological, and biological sci-       clature, structure, preparation, reactions, reaction   
any career. Includes consideration of nutrition          ences. The idea behind each of the concepts is           mechanisms, and stereo chemistry. Introduces
and health, dressing for success, interview skills,      also treated in its historical context, with special     nuclear magnetic resonance, ultraviolet, infrared,
communication skills, presentation skills, business      attention to its importance in understanding of the      and mass spectral analysis of organic compounds.
ethics and etiquette, stress and time management,        nature of the universe. The course is intended for       Prerequisite: CHEM 1030 or equivalent. (3 hrs
and human relations. Ideal for students planning         non-science majors and uses little mathematics.          lec, 3 hrs lab)
to work in public jobs such as banking, teaching,        Credit cannot be earned in both BIOL 1002 and
and all areas of business. (2 hrs lec)                   CHEM 1002. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                        CHEM-2340 Organic Chemistry II (4)
                                                                                                                  Aromatic compounds stressed. Emphasizes func-
BOTK-2510 Legal Terminology (1)                          CHEM-1010 Principles of Chemistry (4)                    tional groups of compounds covered first semester
A study of definitions of legal terms and procedures,    A one-semester course which covers the develop-          along with others. Covers fats, carbohydrates, and
          proteins in the latter part of course as background     nication. Focuses on the role of communication          CO/M-2090 Introduction to Persuasion (3)
          for biochemistry. Prerequisite: CHEM 2320. (3           in current affairs, business, and personal relations.   Introduces rhetorical theory and communica-
          hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)                                     Discusses practical application of theory to com-       tion practices related to the field of persuasion.
                                                                  munication problems in everyday life. (3 hrs lec)       Emphasizes persuasive campaigns, techniques,
          CHEM-2385 Research in the Life and Physical                                                                     psychological factors, and persuasive applications
          Sciences (3)                                            CO/M-1200 Beginning Sign Language - SEE                 in our society. (3 hrs lec)
          Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers       II (2)
          students the opportunity to work with other stu-        Focuses on acquisition of basic vocabulary using        CO/M-2110 Nonverbal Communication (3)
          dents interested in science disciplines. Students       Signing Exact English (SEE II). Emphasis on             This course is designed to acquaint students with
          will develop individual projects within their dis-      accuracy, finger spelling, expressiveness, as well as   the non-linguistic aspects of communication. Since
          cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas       understanding of language principles and systems,       much nonverbal communication is culture-bound,
          and develop an appreciation for the commonality         deaf culture, and philosophy of signing. Includes       this course will focus on the cultural aspects of
          between scientific disciplines and the role of sci-     an introduction to transliteration. (2 hrs lec)         nonverbal communication and of the understand-
          ence in society. Students will be expected to make                                                              ing of cross-cultural differences in communication.
          a public presentation of their work. Prerequisite:      CO/M-1220 Intermediate Sign Language - SEE              Also, behavioral and environmental factors will be
          Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.      II (2)                                                  given emphasis in the context of understanding
          (3 hrs lec)                                             Emphasis on clear expressive signing, reversal          communication behaviors among various groups of
                                              Capstone Course     skills, enhanced vocabulary, signing principles, and    people. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                  philosophy related to the method known as Sign-
          CHEM-2465 Introduction to Chemical                      ing Exact English. Some review of CO/M 1200             CO/M-2120 Small Group Communication (3)
          Research (1-3)                                          vocabulary. Prerequisite: CO/M 1200. (2 hrs lec)        Instruction and practice in group communication
          Introduces various methodologies employed in                                                                    and problem solving. Provides the format of study
          chemical research. Includes literature searches, data   CO/M-1260 Early Intervention for Deaf (2)               for understanding dynamics of group discussion
          collection and analysis, and research report writing.   Explores early identification of hearing loss, the      with leadership, interpersonal relations procedures,
          Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1-2 hrs lec,      importance of early intervention, early intervention    and creative and critical thinking. (3 hrs lec)
          2-6 hrs lab)                                            methods, how hearing loss affects understanding of
                                                                  language and speech, and deaf culture. (2 hrs lec)      CO/M-2125 Family Communication (3)
          CHEM-2485 Chemistry Capstone Seminar (1)                                                                        Designed to explore the patterns of communi-
          Students design and implement an independent            CO/M-2010 Leadership Skills: (1-3)                      cation in family relationships. Uses a systems
          laboratory project involving either chemical            This course is designed to educate specified groups     approach which provides a perspective for describ-
          synthese or chemical analysis. Students are evalu-      in effective leadership skills. Includes discussion     ing family interaction patterns and processes and
          ated on their ability to organize their laboratory      and practice in teamwork, communication, critical       considers external influences on the development
          notebook, integrate scientific literature into their    thinking and problem solving, planning, conflict        of family relationships. Descriptive, not prescrip-
          project, provide a thirty- minute project-based         management, and social responsibility. Prerequi-        tive, in nature. Not designed as a counseling
          presentation before the Physical Science Division       site: Consent of instructor. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)      or therapy class. Information presented assists
          faculty and respond to questions about their work.                                                              understanding of the vitality of communication in
          Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM             CO/M-2020 Advanced Sign Language (2)                    the development of functional and dysfunctional
          2340 and successful completion of at least 30           Course focuses on enhancement of interpreting/          family relationships. (3 hrs lec)
          credit hours. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)                     transliterating skills. Additional sign language
                                               Capstone Course    vocabulary learned through knowledge of Sign            CO/M-2150 Argumentation (3)
                                                                  Language Families of Signs. Students learn appro-       Instruction in the principles of argumentative
                                                                  priate facial and body expression, enhancement          speaking. Practices various types of debate with
          COMMUnICATIOn AnD                                       of receptive and expressive sign language skills,       emphasis on analysis, evidence, reasoning, case
                                                                  increased understanding of sign language prin-          construction, and delivery. (3 hrs lec)
          MASS MEDIA (CO/M)                                       ciples, various sign language systems, deaf culture,
          CO/M-1010 Public Speaking (3)                           and the philosophy of signing. Prerequisite: CO/        CO/M-2485 Sophomore Seminar: Communica-
          An introductory course with emphasis on oral            M 1220. (2 hrs lec)                                     tion (3)
          communication theory and practice. Provides a                                                                   Student integrates knowledge from courses in the
          basic understanding of the significance of oral         CO/M-2060 Forensics (1)                                 student’s area of specialization and skills from the
          communication as well as instruction and practice       Develops basic skills in contest and public service     general education program. The focus for students is
          in the basic skills of public speaking. (3 hrs lec)     speaking by refining the speaking and thinking          an intermediate view of the field, its history, current
                                                                  competence of students. Requires attendance at          developments, and future directions. Student com-
          CO/M-1025 Communication for Health Care                 two competitive tournaments per semester in             pletes and presents a significant project that reflects
          Professionals (2)                                       debate and/or individual events. May be repeated        the chosen career area or discipline. Prerequisite: Suc-
          Focuses on interactions of people involved in the       three times for credit. (2 hrs lab)                     cessful completion of at least 30 credit hours.(3 hrs lec)
          health care process, and the dissemination and                                                                                                         Capstone Course
          interpretation of health-related messages. Explores     CO/M-2070 Introduction to Forensic Tourna-
          the communication demands of health care.               ment Administration (1)
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          Examines communication issues and problems in           A practical application course for students             COMPUTER
          modern health care systems. Emphasis is on pro-         interested in the administration of forensics
          vided-recipient communication, communication            tournaments. Students learn through instruction         APPLICATIOnS (CMAP)
          in health concerns, and application strategies for      and hands-on application of procedures designed         CMAP-1610 Windows I (1)
          the implementation of effective communication.          to run both computerized individual events and          Provides the student with basic understanding of
          (2 hrs lec)                                             computerized debate programs. Students receive          the Microsoft Windows operating environment.
                                                                  information that includes specific procedures, ethi-    Students master the basic concepts of Windows,
                                                                cal considerations, and financial applications. May
          CO/M-1030 Interpersonal Communication (3)                                                                       including multitasking, memory, disk, program and
          Concerned with communication on a person-to-            be repeated once for credit. (1 hr lec)                 file management, icons, pull-down menus, point-
          person and small group level. Considers verbal                                                                  ing devices, and printing. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
          and nonverbal areas, with instruction designed to       CO/M-2080 Introduction to Forensic Research (1)
          provide insight into improving communication            Designed to introduce students to materials used        CMAP-1615 Operating Systems (3)
          with others through discovery and relevant theory.      to prepare speeches for competitive purposes and        Students become versed in various operating
          (3 hrs lec)                                             provide opportunities for students to develop skills    systems. Students will acquire the basic skills
                                                                  necessary to analyze, synthesize, and utilize infor-    necessary in the use of multi-user, multitasking
          CO/M-1040 Introduction to Human Commu-                  mation from a variety of sources. May be repeated       operating systems. Topics include user accounts,
          nication (3)                                            once for credit. (1 hr lec)                             the file system, directories, the editor, a mail
          Explores significant aspects of human commu-                                                                    system, I/O commands, file commands, and script-
ing. Prerequisite: BMIS 2000 or CMAP 1920. (2           the importation of data created in other software      CMAP-2630 Presentation Graphics: (2)
hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                                     programs. Prerequisite: BMIS 2000. (2 hrs lec, 2       Students acquire skills necessary to make effec-
                                                        hrs lab)                                               tive visual presentations for agriculture, business,
CMAP-1680 Microcomputer Applications: (1-3)                                                                    education, communication, or other fields where
Specialized studies in microcomputer applications.      CMAP-1910 Integrated Applications III (3)              electronic presentations may be used to accomplish
Students acquire knowledge and skills regarding         An advanced course in computer and information         or enhance a task. Some previous experience using
new and current software application packages. (.5      systems. Introduces advanced concepts in hard-         computers is helpful. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
lec, 1 hr lab for one-credit hour, 2 hrs lab for each   ware, software, computer architecture, information
additional hour)                                        processing, data communications, and information       CMAP-2720 Systems Management (3)
                                                        management. Incorporates advanced integrated           Students learn to analyze the design and imple-
CMAP-1700 Word Processing I: (1)                        application experiences in operating system, word      mentation of various online business systems. Each
Students apply basic word processing theory and         processing, spreadsheet, database, and presenta-       student will be required to do a case analysis and
applications in creating personal and professional      tion graphics software. Credit cannot be earned in     presentation to demonstrate acquired skill. Prereq-
documents. Course does not apply toward an AAS          both CMAP 1910 and CMAP 2900. Prerequisite:            uisite: CMAP 1940, CMAP 1950, and successful
degree in Business Technology. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)    BMIS 2000. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                      completion of at least 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec,
                                                                                                               2 hrs lab)
CMAP-1705 Word Processing II: (1)                       CMAP-1920 Computer Hardware Maintenance                                                   Capstone Course
A study of word processing advanced applica-            (3)
tions and their uses for personal and professional      Students engage in a comprehensive study of how        CMAP-2730 Hardening the Infrastructure (3)
opportunities. Course does not apply toward an          to maintain, manage, and troubleshoot the PC           Students learn the basic techniques of computer
AAS degree in Business Technology. Prerequisite:        computer. Students learn to diagnose and solve         security including contingency planning, internet
CMAP 1700 or equivalent. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)          problems that occur in the hardware and software       security, router security, TCP/IP packet structure
                                                        operations. Preparation for the industry recognized    and security as well as operating system security.
CMAP-1715 Word Processing: (2)                          A+ technician certification is emphasized. (2 hrs      The appropriate tools and techniques for securing
Students apply intermediate and advanced word           lec, 2 hrs lab)                                        the network are included. Prerequisite: CMAP
processing theory and applications in creating                                                                 1950 (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
and formatting complex documents. May pre-              CMAP-1930 LAN Wiring and Network Tech-
pare students to take popular certification exams.      nology (3)                                             CMAP-2740 Network Defense and Counter-
Prerequisite: BMIS 2000 or equivalent and key-          Students gain the necessary background and skills      measures (3)
boarding skill of 30 wpm or better. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs    to physically connect network topologies. An in-       This course provides network administrators with
lab)                                                    depth study of the OSI 7-layer model of network        an awareness of security related issues and the
                                                        communications is accomplished. Topics include         essential skills needed to implement security in
CMAP-1750 Spreadsheet Applications I: (1)               basic transmission media, network computing,           a given network. Focus is primarily on defensive
Students apply basic electronic spreadsheet theory      different network services and parts, and various      network technologies such as firewalls and intru-
and applications in creating, formatting, and chart-    protocols. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                      sion detection systems. Prerequisite: CMAP 2730
ing simple spreadsheets. Course does not apply                                                                 (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
toward an AAS degree in Business Technology.            CMAP-1940 LAN Server Installation and Con-
Prerequisite: CMAP 1610 or equivalent and               figuration (3)                                         CMAP-2825 Help Desk Fundamentals (4)
keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better. (.5 hr lec,      Students learn to install the chosen LAN server        A course designed to help students gain the
1 hr lab)                                               software, configure it to given specifications, and    knowledge and skills necessary to set up and
                                                        how to operate a server on a day-to-day basis. Will    manage a help desk. Topics include help desk
CMAP-1765 Spreadsheet Applications: (2)                 cover security, system management, and system          operations, examining tools and technologies used
Students apply intermediate and advanced                configuration. Prerequisite: CMAP 1930 or con-         to track and log work requests, prioritizing work
electronic spreadsheet theory and applications          sent of instructor. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)             load, delivering quality technical customer service,
in creating, formatting, and charting complex                                                                  and developing troubleshooting and problem solv-
spreadsheets. May prepare students to take popular      CMAP-1950 LAN Services and Support (3)                 ing techniques. Prerequisite: BMIS 2000. (3 hrs
certification exams. Prerequisite: BMIS 2000 or         Students learn to install network-related hardware     lec, 2 hrs lab)
equivalent and keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or           in a hands-on format. Skills include prevention,
better. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                           diagnosis, and resolution of hardware-related prob-    CMAP-2970 Internship: (3-6)
                                                        lems, as well as network management and design.        Students acquire hands-on work experience in a
CMAP-1800 Database Applications I: (1)                  Prerequisite: CMAP 1930. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)        business setting related to the area of study they
Students apply basic electronic database theory                                                                are specializing in. Students apply their knowledge
and applications in creating, formatting, and           CMAP-2540 Introduction to Help Desk Man-               to real-world problems, receive guidance from
querying simple databases. Course does not apply        agement (2)                                            on- and off-campus professionals, and gain an
toward an AAS degree in Business Technology.            This course provides students with a broad under-      assessment of their professional competencies.
Prerequisite: CMAP 1610 or equivalent and               standing of help desk and support service, business    Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 30
keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or better. (.5 hr lec,      practices and the tools and technology most fre-       credit hours in an appropriate option. (2 hrs lab
1 hr lab)                                               quently used to support those business practices.      per credit hour)
                                                        This course focuses on a generic description of                                                               Courses
CMAP-1815 Database Applications: (2)                    software that might be used, also teaches students
Students apply intermediate and advanced                to retrieve the most up-to-date information about      COMPUTER SCIEnCE (COSC)
electronic theory and applications in creating,         general IT and support business practices by using
formatting, and querying databases. May prepare         the Internet as a resource for white papers, product   COSC-1010 Introduction to Computer Science (4)
students to take popular certification exams.           demonstrations, and trial versions of software.        An introduction to problem solving and program-
Prerequisite: BMIS 2000 or equivalent and key-          Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 30     ming using structured program development
boarding skill of 30 wpm or better. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs    credit hours and CMAP 2825. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)      techniques. The course introduces programming in       
lab)                                                                                                           Java, a high-level programming language. Experi-
                                                        CMAP-2575 Wireless Network Administration              mentation with software in a closed laboratory
CMAP-1850 Desktop Publishing I: (3)                     (3)                                                    supplements the discussion. Prerequisite: Concurrent
Students enhance ability to prepare professional        Students learn to install wireless network- related    enrollment or placement at math level 2 or higher
documents using desktop publishing software.            hardware in a hands on format. Skills include pre-     one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
They explore graphic design techniques, principles      vention, diagnosis, and resolution of problems as
of page layout, terminology, and applications in        well as network management. This course replaces       COSC-1030 Computer Science I (4)
a Windows environment. Students create fliers,          CMAP 2850. Prerequisite: CMAP 1940. (2 hrs             Algorithmic problem solving using principles
brochures, newsletters, and business cards, plus        lec, 2 hrs lab)                                        of structured programming and object oriented
build skill in using style sheets, templates, and                                                              design. Algorithms are implemented in a high level
          object oriented programming language. Graphi-            DVST-0600 Basic Writing I (3)                           EDUCATIOn
          cal user interfaces are used to motivate the object      For students whose background in English has not
          approach. Programming exercises and experi-              prepared them for regular college English classes.      – CURRICULUM/
          mentation with software in a closed laboratory           Emphasizes grammar and mechanics. Prerequisite:         InSTRUCTIOn (EDCI)
          supplement the discussion. Prerequisite: Concur-         Placement at English level 1. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                                                                           EDCI-1010 Field Experience: Prospective
          rent enrollment in Math 2200 or COSC 1010 or
                                                                                                                           Teachers (1)
          equivalent experience. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)            DVST-0610 Basic Writing II (3)
                                                                                                                           Provides an overview of teaching. Requires obser-
                                                                   A continuation of DVST 0600. Designed for
                                                                                                                           vation, interview, and reflection on teaching as
          COSC-2030 Computer Science II (4)                        students whose background in English has not
                                                                                                                           a profession. Observations and interviews may
          Use of and implementation of abstract data               prepared them for college-level writing. Course
                                                                                                                           be conducted in the student’s hometown during
          structures in an object oriented programming envi-       covers instruction and provides writing practice in
                                                                                                                           semester breaks. Pass/Fail only. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
          ronment. Topics include lists, stacks, queues, tables,   the organization of short compositions. Reviews
          binary trees, graphs, space and time complexity,         sentence elements and usage as necessary. Prereq-
                                                                                                                           EDCI-1410 Elementary School Math Seminar
          recursion and recursive data types. Programming          uisite: Successful completion of DVST 0600 or
                                                                                                                           I (1)
          exercises and experimentation with software in a         placement at English level 2. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                                                                           A hands-on application course designed to
          closed laboratory supplement the discussion. Pre-
                                                                                                                           examine some of the methods used to teach
          requisite: COSC 1030. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                                                                                           mathematics topics covered in MATH 1100.
                                                                   ECOnOMICS (ECOn)                                        Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in
                                                                                                                           MATH 1100. (1 hr lec)
          CRIMInAL JUSTICE (CRMJ)                                  ECON-1010 Macroeconomics (3)
                                                                   The study of how economic society is organized
          CRMJ-2120 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)           and uses scarce resources to provide for its material   EDCI-1420 Elementary School Math Seminar
          An exploration of the police, courts, and cor-           wants. National income analysis, business cycles,       II (1)
          rectional agencies that oversee American justice.        the banking system, and monetary and fiscal policy.     A hands-on application course designed to
          Examines process and philosophies that underlie          (3 hrs lec)                                             accompany MATH 1105. Topics mirror those
          the establishment of the modern criminal justice                                                                 taught in MATH 1105 and focus on the NCTM
          system. Credit cannot be earned in both CRMJ             ECON-1020 Microeconomics (3)                            Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics.
          2120 and POLS 2120. (3 hrs lec)                          Course emphasizes value and price theory, monop-        Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in
                                                                   oly and public policy, markets for productive goods     MATH 1105. (1 hr lec)
          CRMJ-2210 Criminal Law (3)                               and services, labor economics, alternative forms of
          A survey of the basic fundamental principles of          economic organization, and international trade.         EDCI-1430 Life Science in the Elementary
          American substantive criminal law. Topics include        (3 hrs lec)                                             School (1)
          the nature and origin of criminal law, Consti-                                                                   Course provides material, curricula, and teaching
          tutional limitations, criminal liability, criminal                                                               strategies in life science appropriate for elementary
          defenses and excuses, and exploration into the ele-                                                              school. Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enroll-
          ments of criminal offenses. Credit cannot be earned      EDUCATIOn (EDUC)                                        ment in BIOL 1000 or BIOL 1010. (1 hr lec)
          in both CRMJ 2210 and POLS 2210. (3 hrs lec)             EDUC-1501 Effective Substitute Teaching (2)
                                                                   This course provides the training needed for a          EDCI-1440 Physical Science in the Elementary
          CRMJ-2400 Criminology (3)                                permit to substitute teach in the state of Wyo-         School (1)
          Introduction to the field of criminology describ-        ming as regulated by the Wyoming Professional           Designed to cover a selection of basic physical sci-
          ing the nature and extent of crime in the United         Teaching Standards Board. Students will work to         ence concepts, materials, and curricula appropriate
          States. Topics include theories on crime causation,      demonstrate competency in the required outcomes         for elementary school. Requires observation and
          classifications of crime, collection of crime statis-    designated by the WPTSB which include: age              participation in an assigned elementary classroom
          tics, and the Criminal Justice System’s response to      level communication skills, use and application of      during science teaching activities. Prerequisite:
          controlling crime. Credit cannot be earned in both       lesson plans, use of instructional technology, and      Previous or concurrent enrollment in CHEM
          CRMJ 2400 and SOC 2400. (3 hrs lec)                      professional attitudes and behaviors. The course        1090 or PHYS 1090. (1 hr lec)
                                                                   requires 24 clock hours of classroom instruction
                                                                   time and 30 hours of observation in the schools.        EDCI-1450 Earth Science in the Elementary
          CROP SCIEnCE (CROP)                                      Prerequisite: Completion of DVST 0610 with a            School (1)
                                                                   “C-” or better or placement at English level 3. (2      Designed to cover a selection of basic earth sci-
          CROP-2200 Forage Crop Science (3)
                                                                   hrs lec)                                                ence concepts, materials, and curricula appropriate
          Studies major forage grasses and legumes with
                                                                                                                           for elementary schools. Emphasizes methods and
          emphasis on production practices, harvest, storage,
                                                                   EDUC-2100 Practicum in Teaching                (3-6)    materials to facilitate elementary students’ explora-
          utilization, and pasture management. (2 hrs lec, 2
                                                                   Students will participate in an extensive practicum     tion of the earth and human interaction with it.
          hrs lab)
                                                                   experience for prospective educators in an accred-      Prerequisite: GEOL 1100, ASTR 1005 or ASTR
                                                                   ited school under the supervision of a certified        1050. (1 hr lec)
                                                                   teacher. Prerequisite: Must have completed either
          DEVELOPMEnTAL                                            EDFD 2020, or EDFD 2100, and/or be concur-              EDCI-2110 NOLS Rocky Mountain Outdoor
          STUDIES (DVST)
Courses




                                                                   rently enrolled in the other, and written consent of    Education (4)
                                                                   instructor and successful completion of at least 30     The NOLS Rocky Mountain Outdoor Education
          DVST-0510 Fundamentals of Reading I (1-3)                                                                        course prepares graduates to demonstrate safe,
                                                                   credit hours. (1.5 hrs lec, 6-12 hrs lab)
          A reading course designed to improve the student’s                                                               competent, responsible, and ethical outdoor leader-
                                                                                                        Capstone Course
          overall reading ability. Addresses specific weak-                                                                ship skills. These skills include outdoor teaching
          nesses in skills-vocabulary, reading for the main                                                                techniques, wilderness camping and travel, safety
                                                                   EDUC-2135 Fundamentals of Art for Teachers
          idea, and word attack skills. May be repeated to a                                                               management planning, expedition behavior model-
                                                                   (2-3)
        maximum of 4 credit hours. Prerequisite: Place-                                                                  ing, providing effective oral and written feedback,
                                                                   This course is designed for K-8 education candi-
          ment at reading level 1. (1-3 hrs lec)                                                                           and expedition planning. This course is taught by
                                                                   dates, currently certified teachers, or for students
                                                                   who want to explore an education methods class.         National Outdoor Leadership faculty and requires
          DVST-0520 Fundamentals of Reading II (1-3)                                                                       21 continuous days in the field. Students must
                                                                   This is a hands-on class which emphasizes the
          Designed for students who need improvement                                                                       register both at Northwest College and at the
                                                                   National and State Art Standard expectations for
          in mastering basic reading skills. Areas of need                                                                 National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander.
                                                                   K-8 students. Credit cannot be earned in both
          determined and individual/small group instruc-                                                                   This course is not approved for wellness credit. (2
                                                                   EDUC 2135 and ART 2135. (2-3 hrs lec)
          tion provided. Course goals promote individual                                                                   hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          achievement, create positive attitudes toward
          reading, and demonstrate practical application of                                                                EDCI-2200 Early Childhood Practicum (3-5)
          learned skills and techniques. Prerequisite: DVST                                                                Students observe and participate in programs
          0510 or placement at reading level 2. (1-3 hrs lec)
and settings with young children. Students learn        with Disability Education Act (IDEA). They will          of American education explored in relation
through lecture and practical applications in a         also explore in-depth methods being employed by          to contemporary curricular organization and
supervised experience. Prerequisite: EDEC 1020,         early interventionists. (3 hrs lec)                      instructional approaches. Emphasizes the nature
FCSC 2121, and successful completion of at least                                                                 of teacher and learner, the nature of knowledge,
30 credit hours. (1.5 hrs lec, 6-12 hrs lab)            EDEC-2020 Observation and Child Guidance (3)             the relationship of government to education, and
                                    Capstone Course     A study of the principles of guidance and the            the roles of government in society. Prerequisite:
                                                        development of skills to meet children’s needs           Second semester standing and grade of “C-” or
EDCI-2340 Using Computer Technology in                  individually and in groups, with an emphasis             better in ENGL 1010 or equivalent. (3 hrs lec)
Teaching (2)                                            on promoting a positive and constructive cli-
Designed to equip teachers and prospective teach-       mate in the early childhood setting. Classroom           EDFD-2100 Educational Psychology (3)
ers with information, skills, and insights necessary    management techniques including organizing               Students will demonstrate knowledge and under-
for successful integration of computer-based            environments, scheduling, assessments, parent-           standing of psychological concepts, principles,
technologies into classroom teaching. Includes          teacher communication and related areas will be          and research relevant to teaching and learning
modeling of techniques, teacher strategies, appro-      covered in class as well as during the field experi-     with emphasis on the school setting. Prerequisite:
priate applications of computer-based technologies      ence. (3 hrs lec)                                        Grade of “C-” or better in PSYC 1000. (3 hrs lec)
in specific content areas, and consideration of
computer-based issues facing educators. A course        EDEC-2485 Seminar: Operating Early Child-
approved by the State of Wyoming’s Professional         hood Programs (3)                                        ELECTRICAL
Teaching Standards Board for teacher certification      This course studies information and procedures
credit. Prerequisite: Wyoming teacher certification.    relating to organizing and administering family          APPREnTICESHIP (ELAP)
(2 hrs lec)                                             and/or group child care programs. This course            ELAP-1515 Electrical Apprenticeship I (5)
                                                        includes guidelines for developmentally appropri-        Provides the beginning electrical apprentice with
EDCI-2415 Integrating Reading Methods in the            ate practices for caregivers and programs. Grant         necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and
Content Area (2)                                        writing and funding options will be discussed            efficient work practices on the job. Topics include
Course provides teachers with expanded knowl-           along with licensing requirements and record             safety, introduction to the National Electrical
edge of reading and writing procedures relating         keeping strategies. (3 hrs lec)                          Code, basic electrical theory, lighting and appli-
to a variety of disciplines. Includes estimating                                                                 ance circuits, and wiring methods. First course in
students’ reading abilities, developing techniques                                                               a series of eight. Prerequisite: Status as a first-year
for vocabulary enhancement, creating new writing        EDUCATIOn –                                              Electrical Apprentice with an Independent Elec-
strategies, and developing reading-related study                                                                 trical Contractor and registration with the State of
skills. A course approved by the State of Wyo-          EXCEPTIOnAL CHILDREn                                     Wyoming Electrical Board of the Department of
ming’s Professional Teaching Standards Board for        EDEX-2190 Gifted Students (2)                            Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety as an appren-
teacher certification credit. Prerequisite: Wyoming     Students learn the means to identify gifted and          tice electrician. (5 hrs lec)
teacher certification. (2 hrs lec)                      talented students. Studies the history and philoso-
                                                        phy of gifted education, curriculum models and           ELAP-1525 Electrical Apprenticeship II (5)
                                                        strategies for the classroom, and differentiated         Provides the first year electrical apprentice with
EDUCATIOn – EARLY                                       instruction. A course approved by the State of           necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and
                                                        Wyoming’s Professional Teaching Standards Board          efficient work practices on the job. Topics include
CHILDHOOD (EDEC)                                        for teacher certification credit. Prerequisite: Wyo-     series and parallel circuits, electric power, electri-
EDEC-1020 Introduction to Childhood Educa-              ming teacher certification. (2 hrs lec)                  cal theorems, special outlets, service calculations,
tion (3)                                                                                                         and applications of the National Electrical Code.
An introduction to the field of early childhood         EDEX-2330 Integrated Exceptional Children (2)            Second course in a series of eight. Prerequisite:
education. Emphasizes developmentally appro-            Reviews information a teacher needs to help              ELAP 1515, status as a first-year Electrical
priate practices and basic skills for working with      provide an individualized, appropriate program of        Apprentice with an Independent Electrical Con-
young children. Focuses on professional opportu-        education for a handicapped learner and to meet          tractor and registration with the State of Wyoming
nities and programs. (3 hrs lec)                        the unique needs of the learner in the regular           Electrical Board of the Department of Fire
                                                        classroom. Emphasis placed on new rules and              Prevention and Electrical Safety as an apprentice
EDEC-1030 Infant and Toddler Care (3)                   regulations governing services for handicapped           electrician. (5 hrs lec)
This course provides information on growth and          children and implications of these for the class-
development of children under the age of three          room teacher. A course approved by the State of          ELAP-1535 Electrical Apprenticeship III (5)
along with curriculum implications; defines the         Wyoming’s Professional Teaching Standards Board          Provides the second-year electrical apprentice
interactive role of the caregiver, and explores         for teacher certification credit. Prerequisite: Wyo-     with necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe
other components of infant toddler care including       ming teacher certification. (2 hrs lec)                  and efficient work practices on the job. Topics
implementation of quality programming and adult                                                                  include safety, AC electricity, inductance, capaci-
interactions. It will include a field experience. (3    EDEX-2484 Introduction to Special Education              tance, transformers, motors, and applications of
hrs lec)                                                (3)                                                      the National Electrical Code. Third course in a
                                                        Designed to meet the needs of educational majors         series of eight. Prerequisite: ELAP 1525, status
EDEC-1300 Curriculum Planning and Devel-                for a required course in Special Education, this         as a second-year Electrical Apprentice with an
opment for the Young Child (3)                          course is a survey of the basic characteristics and      Independent Electrical Contractor and registration        Courses
Students will develop skills in planning, imple-        unique educational and life needs of populations of      with the State of Wyoming Electrical Board of
menting, and evaluating developmentally                 children and youth who have been determined to           the Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical
appropriate experiences to encourage the intellec-      differ significantly from their average peers in terms   Safety as an apprentice electrician. (5 hrs lec)
tual, physical, social, emotional and creative growth   of mental, physical, and/or emotional characteristics.
in young children with the focus on the whole           It is also an introduction to those educational and      ELAP-1545 Electrical Apprenticeship IV (5)
child. This course will include field experience for    related programs known as special education in con-      Provides the second-year electrical apprentice with       
the student. Prerequisite: EDEC 1020. (3 hrs lec)       temporary public schools. This aspect of the course      necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and
                                                        will include programming theories and approaches,        efficient work practices on the job. Topics include
EDEC-2010 Special Education for Children                legal requirements, and other general topics. Prereq-    wiring methods, branch and feeder circuits, motor
Birth to 8 (3)                                          uisite: PSYC 1000. (2.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)               calculations, transformer sizing, and applications
Students acquire an understanding of the impor-                                                                  of the National Electrical Code. Fourth course in
tance of inclusion, early intervention, service                                                                  a series of eight. Prerequisite: ELAP 1535, status
coordination, and support for families and children     EDUCATIOnAL                                              as a second-year Electrical Apprentice with an
in order to provide a seamless system of services                                                                Independent Electrical Contractor and registration
for early childhood special education from birth to     FOUnDATIOnS (EDFD)                                       with the State of Wyoming Electrical Board of
eight. Students will examine research-based infor-      EDFD-2020 Foundations of Education (3)                   the Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical
mation regarding best practices and the Individual      Historic, philosophic, and social foundations            Safety as an apprentice electrician. (5 hrs lec)
          ELAP-1555 Electrical Apprenticeship V (5)              completion of the course prepares students to take       ES-2210 Electrical Circuit Theory (4)
          Provides the third-year electrical apprentice with     the national registry written examination and the        Basic concepts of electric circuit theory including
          necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and      state practical assessment. Students need to under-      dependent sources, network theorems, first and
          efficient work practices on the job. Topics include    stand that in order to sit for the national registry     second order circuits and phasors. Prerequisite:
          safety, blueprint reading, construction procedures,    exam, they must pass the three state written exams       Previous or concurrent enrollment in MATH 2205
          grounding and ground fault calculations, and ser-      with a 70% or better and be able to read and             and PHYS 1320. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
          vice calculations based on the National Electrical     write English. There are certain physical require-
          Code. Fifth course in a series of eight. Prerequi-     ments that must be met in order to take the state        ES-2310 Thermodynamics (4)
          site: ELAP 1545, status as a third-year Electrical     practical assessment tests. Prerequisite: HLED           Introductions of thermodynamic variables,
          Apprentice with an Independent Electrical Con-         1225, HLED 1660 or NRST 1660, or consent of              processes, and laws, followed by derivation of
          tractor and registration with the State of Wyoming     instructor. (3 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)                       thermodynamics relations applied to real physi-
          Electrical Board of the Department of Fire                                                                      cal problems. Concepts include mass, energy, and
          Prevention and Electrical Safety as an apprentice      EMT-2530 Emergency Medical Technician                    entropy balances; availability; reversible and irre-
          electrician. (5 hrs lec)                               - Intermediate (4)                                       versible processes. Prerequisite: MATH 2205 and
                                                                 Students will acquire advanced preparation of            ES 2120 or PHYS 1310. (4 hrs lec)
          ELAP-1565 Electrical Apprenticeship VI (5)             the Basic Emergency Medical Technician teach-
          Provides the third-year electrical apprentice with     ing the student how to think, not what to think.         ES-2330 Fluid Dynamics/Mechanics (3)
          necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe          This course includes: advanced patient assessment,       Students study incompressible flow of ideal and real
          and efficient work practices on the job. Topics        cardiovascular emergencies, advanced cardiac life        fluids at rest and in motion. Fluids may be liquids,
          include industrial and commercial services, alarm      support techniques, manual defibrillation, medical       vapors, gases, or combinations of these. The effects
          systems, hazardous locations, and applications of      emergency medication, cardiac medication adminis-        of static forces and compressibility are given special
          the National Electrical Code. Sixth course in a        tration, intravenous therapy, multi-lumen intubation,    attention. Kinematics, dynamics, flow, flow resis-
          series of eight. Prerequisite: ELAP 1555, status as    pain medication, and pain management medication.         tance, and physical effects of flow are considered in
          a third-year Electrical Apprentice with an Inde-       Minimum of 80 hours of classroom and laboratory          detail for moving fluids. Potential and stream func-
          pendent Electrical Contractor, and registration        instruction is required. In addition, the student is     tions and similitude and dimensional analysis are
          with the State of Wyoming Electrical Board of          required to spend 30 hours in a prehospital setting.     also studied. Prerequisite: ES 2110 and previous or
          the Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical       Prerequisite: Student must possess current certifica-    concurrent enrollment in ES 2310. (3 hrs lec)
          Safety as an apprentice electrician. (5 hrs lec)       tion as a Wyoming Ambulance Attendant; show
                                                                 evidence of 12 months of active affiliation with a       ES-2385 Research in the Life and Physical Sci-
          ELAP-1575 Electrical Apprenticeship VII (5)            Wyoming licensed ambulance service as an atten-          ences (3)
          Provides the fourth-year electrical apprentice with    dant prior to enrollment; demonstrate competency         Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers
          necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and      in basic emergency medical technician skills through     students the opportunity to work with other stu-
          efficient work practices on the job. Topics include    verification of a performance review by the physi-       dents interested in science disciplines. Students
          safety, motor controls, power distribution, solid      cian medical director; and score a minimum of 80%        will develop individual projects within their dis-
          state controls, and programmable controllers.          on the State EMS Office precourse written exam.          cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas
          Seventh course in a series of eight. Prerequisite:     (The exam may not be taken sooner than 30 days           and develop and appreciation for the commonality
          ELAP 1565, status as a fourth-year Electri-            prior to the scheduled start of this EMT- Interme-       between scientific disciplines and the role of sci-
          cal Apprentice with an Independent Electrical          diate course.) (3 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)                     ence in society. Students will be expected to make
          Contractor, and registration with the State of                                                                  a public presentation of their work. Prerequisite:
          Wyoming Electrical Board of the Department of                                                                   Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.
          Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety as an appren-    EnGInEERInG SCIEnCE (ES)                                 (3 hrs lec)
          tice electrician. (5 hrs lec)                                                                                                                       Capstone Course
                                                                 ES-1000 Orientation to Engineering (1)
          ELAP-1585 Electrical Apprenticeship VIII (5)           Introduction to skills and professional devel-           ES-2410 Mechanics of Materials (3)
          Provides the fourth-year electrical apprentice with    opment related to engineering. Includes the              Analysis of design of members subjected to vari-
          necessary skills and knowledge to ensure safe and      engineering method, ethics, how to think and             ous types of loadings. Includes the mechanics of
          efficient work practices on the job. Topics include    communicate visually, and the history and design         deformable bodies. Prerequisite: ES 2110. (3 hrs lec)
          advanced motor controls, branch and feeder cir-        of engineering. Provides activities to help the
          cuits, service entrance and grounding calculations     student transition to the rigorous engineering cur-
          based on the National Electrical Code, and review      riculum. Recommended for all entering freshmen
                                                                 engineering students. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
                                                                                                                          EnGInEERInG
          for the State Journeyman Exam. Eighth course in
          a series of eight. Prerequisite: ELAP 1575, status                                                              TECHnOLOGY (EnTK)
          as a fourth-year Electrical Apprentice with an         ES-1060 Introduction to Engineering Comput-              ENTK-1500 Engineering Graphics (3)
          Independent Electrical Contractor, and registra-       ing (3)                                                  Students acquire the theory and practice of
          tion with the State of Wyoming Electrical Board        Introduces the use of computers in solving a wide        graphical representation and visualization of three-
          of the Department of Fire Prevention and Electri-      variety of engineering and science-oriented prob-        dimensional (3D) objects. Students also explore
          cal Safety as an apprentice electrician. (5 hrs lec)   lems. Includes documentation and report writing,         sketching methods and computer-aided design
                                                                 computing tools for writing reports and present-         and drafting (CADD) techniques using Auto-
Courses




                                                                 ing data in graphical form, equation solving, and        CAD and Autodesk Inventor software to create
                                                                 manipulation of tabular data. Prerequisite: Previ-
          EMERGEnCY MEDICAL                                      ous or concurrent enrollment in MATH 2200. (2
                                                                                                                          and edit two-dimensional (2D) drawings and 3D
                                                                                                                          models. Students develop skills in drawing, visual
          TECHnOLOGY (EMT)                                       hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                                      perception, technical communication, and problem
          EMT-1500 Emergency Medical Technician                                                                           solving. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
          - Basic (5)                                            ES-2110 Statics (3)
          This course is designed for preparation of the         A vector approach to mechanics of stationary             ENTK-1530 CAD Applications: (3)
                                                               particles and rigid bodies. Considers external
          Emergency Medical Technician. Includes anatomy                                                                  A beginning course using the computer as a
          and physiology of the human body, techniques           forces, moments, frictional forces, and fluid statics.   drawing tool. Includes instruction in the use of
          of emergency treatment for various injuries and        Prerequisite: MATH 2200. (3 hrs lec)                     computers, plotters, digitizers, etc. Subject areas
          emergency situations, and other topics related to                                                               include orthographic and isometric projection,
          emergency medical and first aid practices. Mini-       ES-2120 Dynamics (3)                                     dimensioning, sketching, and plotting. This course
          mum of 165 hours of classroom and laboratory           Principles of particles and rigid body motion            may not be substituted for ENTK 2500. (2 hrs lec,
          Instruction is required. In addition, the student is   developed in vector form and applied to engineer-        2 hrs lab)
          required to spend 16 hours riding in the ambu-         ing problems, emphasizing force-mass acceleration,
          lance and 24 hours in the emergency room. This         work-energy, and impulse-momentum. Prerequi-             ENTK-1710 Architectural Drafting I (3)
          course meets the U.S. Department of Transporta-        site: Previous or concurrent enrollment in MATH          An introductory AutoCAD and architectural
          tion (DOT) curriculum standards. Successful            2205 and PHYS 1310. (3 hrs lec)                          drafting course in which students learn the Auto-
CAD commands and computer aided design and                 uisite: ENTK 1720 and ENTK 2505. (2 hrs lec,            EnGLISH (EnGL)
drafting (CADD) practices used to develop fully            2 hrs lab)
dimensioned residential floor plans and electrical                                                                 ENGL-1010 English I: Introduction to Com-
plans. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                              ENTK-2615 MicroStation Fundamentals (3)                 position (3)
                                                           For the new MicroStation user, this course builds a     Students learn essential elements of academic
ENTK-1720 Architectural Drafting II (3)                    solid foundation in the concepts, tools and features    writing at the college level as they write informa-
A basic through advanced AutoCAD and archi-                found in the MicroStation drawing environment.          tive, analytical, and argumentative essays. Students
tectural drafting course in which students learn the       Starting with setting up a drawing and concluding       also practice skills required for writing based on
AutoCAD commands and computer aided design                 with plotting, the participant is walked through        research. Prerequisite: Completion of DVST 0610
and drafting (CADD) practices used to develop              a typical workflow using the tools and features of      with “C-” or better or placement at English level
fully dimensioned residential roof plans, exterior         the latest version of MicroStation. Prerequisite:       3. (3 hrs lec)
elevations, interior elevations, framing plans, foun-      ENTK 2500. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
dation plans, sections, and details. Prerequisite:                                                                 ENGL-1020 English II: Introduction to Litera-
ENTK 1710. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                          ENTK-2625 Advanced MicroStation (3)                     ture (3)
                                                           For the experienced MicroStation user, this course      Designed as a reading and writing course devoted
ENTK-1770 Structural Drafting (3)                          focuses on the features of MicroStation designed        to the study of the content and technique involved
A basic through intermediate AutoCAD and struc-            to improve user productivity. Providing lecture,        in poems, short stories, plays, and occasionally
tural drafting course in which students learn the          demonstration and hands-on exercises, Advanced          novels. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 1010
AutoCAD commands and computer aided design                 MicroStation begins with a thorough examina-            with a “C-” or better. (3 hrs lec)
and drafting (CADD) practices used to develop the          tion of AccuDraw and ends with an introduction
structural components of a set of working draw-            to importing and exporting CADD data from/to            ENGL-1210 English as a Second Language (3)
ings for timber, steel, concrete block, and concrete       other CADD programs. Prerequisite: ENTK                 Provides non-native speakers of English with
tilt-up structures. Prerequisite: ENTK 1720 and            2600. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                            instruction in this area. The course is designed for
ENTK 2505. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                                                                                  students from other countries who are attend-
                                                           ENTK-2650 Introduction to Computer Anima-               ing school in the United States for the first time.
ENTK-2070 Engineering Surveying (3)                        tion-Fundamentals of 3ds Max (3)                        Students will cultivate speaking, listening, reading,
Principles of surveying and map making. Opera-             The 3ds max(TM) Fundamentals Course teaches             and writing skills using individual learning styles.
tion and use of surveying instruments, including           the fundamentals of 3ds max. The course contains        Prerequisite: TOEFL score of 500 or consent of
Total Station and Data Collector. Measurement              both informational material and practical exercises     instructor. (3 hrs lec)
of distances, horizontal and vertical curves, open         that go beyond the basic functionality of the soft-
and closed traverse, area and volume calculations,         ware and explains techniques used by production         ENGL-2000 Introduction to Language (3)
and land subdivisions. Conversion of field data to         artists including animation, modeling, materials,       A practical introduction to the study of language,
electronic formats such as Geographic Information          lighting, rendering, and scene creation. Prerequi-      including history and structure of the language, the
Systems (GIS) and Computer Aided Drafting                  site: CMAP 1635, CMAP 1680, CMAP 1850,                  study of meaning, the relationship between lan-
(CAD) programs. Prerequisite: MATH 1405 or                 CMAP 1890, ENTK 1530, or ENTK 2500, or                  guage and thought, and the relationship between
MATH 1450. (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)                          consent of instructor. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)           language and social interaction. (3 hrs lec)

ENTK-2500 Computer Aided Drafting I (3)                    ENTK-2670 Practical Surveying (2)                       ENGL-2010 Technical Writing (3)
An introductory AutoCAD and mechanical                     Designed for students in the AAS Drafting pro-          Familiarizes students with job-related writing,
drafting course in which students learn the Auto-          gram who do not wish to continue their education        emphasizing the roles audience and environment
CAD commands and computer aided design and                 beyond the AAS degree level. Students will learn        play in successful communication. Includes cor-
drafting (CADD) practices used to develop fully            to measure distance, elevation, and angles using        respondence, document design, and report writing.
dimensioned multi-view and auxiliary view draw-            surveying equipment; demonstrate equipment              Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 1010 with a
ings. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                               handling procedures; write out different methods        “C-” or better. (3 hrs lec)
                                                           of recording field data; and other skills required to
ENTK-2505 Computer Aided Drafting II (3)                   perform surveying duties. The lab portion of this       ENGL-2017 Introduction to Research (3)
A basic through advanced AutoCAD and mechan-               course will include intensive field work and learn-     Designed to provide students with a variety of
ical drafting course in which students learn the           ing the principles of surveying in a concentrated       research skills and methods. Includes primary and
AutoCAD commands and computer aided design                 format. Prerequisite: Successful completion of or       secondary research. Introduces various documenta-
and drafting (CADD) practices used to develop a            concurrent enrollment in MATH 1510. (1 hr lec,          tion styles, including APA and MLA. Prerequisite:
complete set of working drawings, including fully          3 hrs lab)                                              Completion of ENGL 1010 with a “C-” or better.
dimensioned multi-view, auxiliary view, section                                                                    (3 hrs lec)
view, revolution, conventional break, and assembly         ENTK-2685 Project Drafting (3)
drawings. Also explores the engineering change             An advanced project-based capstone course               ENGL-2030 Critical Reading and Writing (3)
process. Prerequisite: ENTK 2500. (2 hrs lec, 2            in which students use AutoCAD to prepare a              Focuses upon the twin skills of analytical reading
hrs lab)                                                   complete set (when appropriate) of working              and interpretive writing. The connection between
                                                           mechanical or architectural drawings, depend-           reading and writing is the ability to use critical
ENTK-2530 Computer Aided Drafting 3-D (3)                  ing on student interest. Working in the drafting        thinking, and a study of critical thinking within
A basic through advanced Autodesk Inventor                 industry is simulated by allowing students the          the course provides the foundation for the other        Courses
and mechanical drafting course in which students           opportunity to complete a real-world drafting           two skills. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL
learn the Autodesk Inventor tools and computer             project that includes a wide range of experience        1010 with a “C-” or better. (3 hrs lec)
aided design and drafting practices used to develop        in the selected drafting field. Students rely on the
three-dimensional (3-D) solid models and two-              AutoCAD commands, computer aided design                 ENGL-2050 Creative Writing: Prose I (3)
dimensional (2-D) drawings in this basic through           and drafting applications, drafting theory, and         Emphasizes the writing of fiction and nonfiction
advanced Autodesk Inventor course. (2 hrs lec, 2           resources explored throughout the Drafting Tech-        prose. (3 hrs lec)
hrs lab)                                                   nology program to show, through quantity and                                                                    
                                                           quality of drawings, that they have achieved skill      ENGL-2055 Creative Writing III: Writing in
ENTK-2550 Civil Drafting Technology (3)                    development and knowledge in the selected draft-        the Wild (3)
A basic through advanced AutoCAD and civil                 ing field. Prerequisite: BMIS 2000, ENTK 1710,          This is an on-site, nature writing course set primar-
drafting course in which students learn the Auto-          ENTK 1720, ENTK 2500, ENTK 2505, ENTK                   ily in the Greater Yellowstone Basin. Equipped
CAD commands and computer aided design and                 2530, and successful completion of at least 30          with writing journals, students will explore the
drafting (CADD) principles and practices used              credit hours. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                    landscape of back-country trails, wildlife viewing
in the civil drafting field. Students are introduced                                            Capstone Course    areas, geyser walks, etc. Emphasis will be on obser-
to mapping, surveying, GIS, in-depth coverage of                                                                   vation and writing, utilizing techniques culled from
legal descriptions, plot plans, contour lines, profiles,                                                           representative nature writers. The course includes
highway layout, and earthwork drawings. Prereq-                                                                    an on-campus introductory lecture and post-semi-
          nar final. Generally, this course will be taught in      does not provide horses. Prerequisite: Consent of        EqST-1660 Equine Evaluation (2)
          conjunction with “Art in the Wild,” a three-credit       instructor. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)                        Continued instruction in the development of skills
          visual art course offered by the Art Department.                                                                  needed to become knowledgeable with the spe-
          Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 1010 with a             EqST-1510 Equine Nutrition (2)                           cific rules and regulations of breed associations in
          “C-” or better or consent of instructor. (3 hrs lec)     Includes study of essential nutrients, digestive         regards to performance classes. Lecture, as well as
                                                                   physiology, and the varying nutrient requirements        visual appraisal, judging terminology and scoring
          ENGL-2080 Creative Writing: Poetry I (3)                 from birth to maturity. (2 hrs lec)                      of classes will be the objective of this course. Pre-
          Emphasizes the writing of poetry, with attention                                                                  requisite: EQST 1550. (3 hrs lec)
          to various poetic forms. (3 hrs lec)                     EqST-1520 Horse Production I (3)
                                                                   A study of health care, common health problems,          EqST-1680 Horse Handling and Behavior (2)
          ENGL-2210 English Literature I (3)                       and preventing and treating illness. Includes the        Management of the horse on the ground. Topics
          Covers English literature from Anglo-Saxon times         mechanics of movement, learning theory, behavior,        include foal/stallion handling, restraints, behavior
          to the Age of Reason. Stresses in-depth study of         and equine limitations. (3 hrs lec)                      of horses, and general management of a horse
          authors and periods. (3 hrs lec)                                                                                  facility. College does not provide horses. (1 hr lec,
                                                                   EqST-1525 Horse Production II (3)                        2 hrs lab)
          ENGL-2220 English Literature II (3)                      A study of stable design and maintenance. This
          Covers English literature from Romanticism to            course examines breeds, genetics, safety factors,        EqST-1805 Farrier Science I (2)
          the present. Stresses in-depth study of authors and      record management, and legal aspects of the horse        Course covers proper methods of trimming and
          periods. (3 hrs lec)                                     industry. Prerequisite: EQST 1520. (3 hrs lec)           shoeing to promote equine soundness and perfor-
                                                                                                                            mance. Students learn to understand and recognize
          ENGL-2230 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)                EqST-1530 Saddlery (1)                                   good basic foot care. Prepares students for under-
          Introduces selected Shakespearean sonnets, com-          A course for equestrians designed to answer ques-        standing and performing correct, corrective, and
          edies, histories, and tragedies, placing them in their   tions about what makes saddlery function, saddle         therapeutic shoeing taught in more advanced
          historical context. (3 hrs lec)                          manufacture, and what to look for in buying saddles      classes. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                                   and tack. Covers both English and western using
          ENGL-2280 Introduction to Mythology (3)                  live models, slides, and demonstrations. (1 hr lec)      EqST-1810 Farrier Science II (3)
          Gives an understanding of the meaning of mythol-                                                                  Studies conformation and gaits. Introduces cor-
          ogy and its impact on literature. Uses readings          EqST-1540 Applied Horse & Stall Care I (1)               rective and therapeutic shoeing. Students learn to
          of mythological interest in Greek and Roman              Students are responsible for twice daily feeding         balance and shoe straight, gentle horses. Prerequi-
          literature and examines the use of mythological          and stall care. Covers proper watering, groom-           site: EQST 1805. (1.5 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
          names and ideas for analogy or allusion in general       ing, foot and veterinary care; aisleway, arena, and
          literature. (3 hrs lec)                                  tack maintenance; and specific adherence to rules        EqST-1815 Production Shoeing I (3)
                                                                   and procedures concerning horses in the Equine           Designed to provide students with information
          ENGL-2310 American Literature I (3)                      Center. College does not provide horses. (2 hrs lab)     and skills in basic forge work, trimming, and
          Surveys the history of literature of the United                                                                   shoeing. Prerequisite: EQST 1805 or concurrent
          States through the Colonial, National, and               EqST-1545 Applied Horse & Stall Care II (1)              enrollment. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)
          Romantic periods. (3 hrs lec)                            Students are responsible for twice daily feedings
                                                                   and stall care. Covers proper watering, groom-           EqST-1820 Production Shoeing II (3)
          ENGL-2320 American Literature II (3)                     ing, foot and veterinary care; aisleway, arena, and      A continuation of EQST 1815. Course provides
          Surveys the history of literature of the United          tack maintenance; and specific adherence to rules        more advanced information and skills in forge
          States from the rise of Realism to the present. (3       and procedures concerning housing horses in the          work, trimming, and shoeing. Prerequisite: EQST
          hrs lec)                                                 Equine Center. College does not provide horses.          1815, EQST 1810, or concurrent enrollment. (1 hr
                                                                   Prerequisite: EQST 1540 with a “C-” or better. (2        lec, 4 hrs lab)
          ENGL-2340 Native American Culture and Lit-               hrs lab)
          erature (3)                                                                                                       EqST-1825 Production Shoeing III (3)
          Students acquire a broad cultural understanding of       EqST-1550 Equine Evaluation I (2)                        A continuation of EQST 1820. Students will
          Native Americans, past and present. Emphasizes           Anatomy and conformation of the horse as related         acquire more advanced information and skills in
          folklore and literature. (3 hrs lec)                     to various breeds judged. Specific rules and regula-     forge work, trimming, and shoeing. This course
                                                                   tions of breed associations. Includes lecture, visual    further prepares students for the AFA certified
          ENGL-2410 Literary Genres: (3)                           appraisal, judging terminology, and preparation of       examination. Prerequisite: EQST 1820. (1 hr lec,
          Attempts to impart an understanding and appre-           oral reasons. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                      4 hrs lab)
          ciation of either prose fiction, poetry, drama, or
          nonfiction prose as a genre. Includes an examination     EqST-1560 Equine Artificial Insemination (2)             EqST-1830 Production Shoeing IV (3)
          of the history and development of each literary type.    Discussion of the anatomy of the reproductive            A continuation of EQST 1825. Students will
          Not confined to any era or country. May be repeated      systems and physiology of the reproductive and           acquire mastery of the essential information
          for a maximum of 12 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)            endocrine systems as they relate to successful           and skills in forge work, trimming, and shoeing
                                                                   artificial insemination. Labs involve practice of col-   necessary to pass the AFA certified examination.
                                                                   lection, evaluation, and insemination techniques. (1     Prerequisite: EQST 1825. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)
Courses




          EnTOMOLOGY (EnTO)                                        hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                                                                                            EqST-1850 Blacksmithing I (2)
          ENTO-1001 Insect Biology (4)                             EqST-1645 Tack, Fit, and Function (3)                    Students acquire practical skills in the ancient art
          Designed to provide students with an introduc-           Students will learn the correct use of Western and       and craft of blacksmithing. Students will learn to
          tion to insects and related arthropods. Introduces       English tack including conformation of the horse         create simple, useful items. Artistic expression is
          aspects of insect biology, behavior, life history, and   as it relates to tack usage and how to fit tack to       encouraged. Students also learn how to establish a
          diversity in relation to various ways insects affect     the horse and rider. Includes hands-on experience        blacksmith shop with a small initial investment. (1
        humans. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                           using training devices and learning how to identify      hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
                                                                   and fit tack for jobs in sales, training, and riding
                                                                   stable operations. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                EqST-1960 Special Applications in Equine
          EQUInE STUDIES (EQST)                                                                                             Studies (1-3)
                                                                   EqST-1650 Equine Evaluation II: Competitive (2)          Course addresses a diversity of equine subjects.
          EqST-1505 Basic Horsemanship (1)                         Designed for students who have completed EQST            Topics vary and may be drawn from areas within
          For those with little riding experience or those who     1550 and who are second-year level judges. All           the equine field. Utilizes lecture, lab, or clinic
          wish to improve riding skills. Covers leading, groom-    classes of horses judged with emphasis on com-           format for student instruction. Jumping, dressage,
          ing, bridling, saddling, and stable management plus      petitive judging. Oral reasons presentation stressed.    western riding, veterinary care, stable manage-
          use of seat, hands, and legs to influence control of     Prerequisite: EQST 1550. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)           ment, and other related subjects exemplify areas of
          horse. Uses either English or western tack. College                                                               instruction. Course may be repeated using different
topic titles. A maximum of 6 credits may apply            EqST-2540 Applied Horse and Stall Care III(1)           EqST-2800 Fundamentals of Teaching Riding
toward the Equine Riding and Training degree. (1          Students are responsible for twice daily feeding        (3)
hr lec or 2 hrs lab per credit hour)                      and stall care. Covers proper watering, groom-          A methods course to prepare the prospective
                                                          ing, foot and veterinary care; aisleway, arena, and     riding teacher. Includes knowledge of seat and its
EqST-2420 Therapeutic Horsemanship I (2)                  tack maintenance; and specific adherence to rules       application to dressage, jumping, western riding,
Students use hands-on learning to develop basic           and procedures concerning housing horses in the         class control, and lunge line work; kinesiology of
skills and knowledge to work in the rapidly grow-         Equine Center. College does not provide horses.         riding; and psychological problems. Students must
ing field of Animal Assisted Therapy. The course          Prerequisite: EQST 1540 and EQST 1545 with a            attend a minimum of three weekend (Saturdays
focuses on the many roles and types of interactions       “C-” or better. (2 hrs lab)                             and/or Sundays, specific dates noted on course
for horses and humans in therapeutic work. (1 hr                                                                  syllabus) clinics or horse shows to pass this course.
lec, 2 hrs lab)                                           EqST-2545 Applied Horse and Stall Care IV (1)           (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs arr lab)
                                                          Students are responsible for twice daily feedings
EqST-2425 Therapeutic Horsemanship II (3)                 and stall care. Covers proper watering, groom-          EqST-2810 Training and Development of the
Students advance their knowledge of Animal                ing, foot and veterinary care; aisleway, arena, and     Western Horse I (3)
Assisted Therapy with a focus on the history              tack maintenance; and specific adherence to rules       Includes specialized training techniques in devel-
and potential of human-horse interactions and             and procedures concerning housing horses in the         oping the flying lead, change, spins, and the sliding
relationships. Students learn basic facts about the       Equine Center. College does not provide horses.         stop. Students must attend a minimum of three
many types of physical, mental, and emotional             Prerequisite: EQST 1540, EQST 1545, and                 weekend (Saturdays and/or Sundays, specific dates
human conditions that are likely to be part of            EQST 2540 with a “C-” or better. (2 hrs lab)            noted on course syllabus) clinics or horse shows to
therapeutic work. Prerequisite: EQST 2420. (2 hrs                                                                 pass this course. College does not provide horses.
lec, 2 hrs lab)                                           EqST-2550 Training the Young Horse I (2)                Prerequisite: EQST 2680 with a “C-” or better. (1
                                                          For the student desiring further knowledge in colt      hr lec, 3 hrs lab, 1 hr arr lab)
EqST-2430 Therapeutic Horsemanship III (3)                breaking including theory and techniques used in
Students learn to safely employ a horse146s special       training a young horse, lunging, ground driving,        EqST-2820 Training and Development of the
therapeutic gifts to promote a client146s learning        problems that occur in riding a horse the first time,   Western Horse II (3)
and desired therapeutic outcome. Students learn           and the training sequence for achieving a “green        Continuing emphasis will be placed on the begin-
to design safe and effective activities for a range of    broke” horse. Class limited to 6 students. Prereq-      ning and intermediate training techniques needed
participants with mental or learning issues choos-        uisite: EQST 2680, EQST 2690 with a “C-” or             to develop a flying lead change, spins, and the
ing the appropriate activity and the appropriate          better, and successful completion of at least 30        sliding stop. Emphasis will also be placed on the
horse for each individual type of client. Prerequi-       credit hours. College does not provide horses. (1 hr    intermediate training techniques needed for the
site: EQST 2425. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                    lec, 2 hrs lab)                                         trail horse (side passing, turn on haunches, turn
                                                                                                                  on forehand, backing, loping, jogging, and walking
EqST-2500 Equine Health Management (2)                    EqST-2555 Training the Young Horse II (2)               over poles, working the gate, and bridge). Lecture
A basic review of the major diseases that affect          Preparation of green broke horse for advancement        and lab will cover exercises and theory for correct
equine. A portion of the class covers specific anat-      to a level appropriate for showing at futurities or     equitation and frame of the horse and rider in the
omy affected by diseases, a review of appropriate         preparation for marketing of young broke horses.        areas of reining, trail, and pleasure. Students must
pharmacology, and the development of a general            Class limited to 6 students. Prerequisite: EQST         attend a minimum of three weekend (Saturdays
herd health management program that agriculture           2550 with a “C-” or better and successful comple-       and/or Sundays, specific dates noted on course
producers can adapt to their own operation. (2            tion of at least 30 credit hours. College does not      syllabus) clinics or horse shows to pass this course.
hrs lec)                                                  provide horses. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                   College does not provide horses. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                  EQST 2810 with a “C-” or better and successful
EqST-2510 Competitive Equine Judging (2)                  EqST-2665 Outdoor Guide Skills (7)                      completion of at least 30 credit hours. (1 hr lec, 3
Designed for students who have completed EQST             In this intense and highly physical field course,       hrs lab, 1 hr arr lab)
1550 and EQST 1650. Students compete in inter-            students will gain practical hands-on experi-                                                 Capstone Course
collegiate horse judging. Prerequisite: EQST 1550         ence in the following skills: camp construction
and EQST 1650. (2 hrs lec)                                and management, horse and mule packing, big             EqST-2830 Training and Development of the
                                                          game guiding, livestock care and handling, basic        English Horse I (3)
EqST-2515 Horse Show/Clinic/Event Man-                    horsemanship, backcountry survival and first aid,       Coursework includes schooling the horse in areas
agement (2)                                               weapons safety, food preparation, and effective         of dressage and jumping. Includes riding training
Emphasis will be placed on the management skills          customer relations and service. Students will reside    level tests and jump courses. Students must attend
needed to preside over the setup and operation            in a camp setting. Course requires heavy lifting. (4    a minimum of three weekend (Saturdays and/or
of an open or breed horse show and/or clinics or          hrs lec, 6 hrs lab)                                     Sundays, specific dates noted on course syllabus)
other events. These skills may include but will not                                                               clinics or horse shows to pass this course. College
be limited to making flyers, advertising, hiring          EqST-2680 Western Horsemanship (3)                      does not provide horses. Prerequisite: EQST 2690
judges or clinicians, preparing the arena for the         An introduction to the beginning and intermediate       with a “C-” or better. (1 hr lec, 3 hrs lab, 1 hr arr
scheduled event, analyzing arena footing for the          theories of correct western horsemanship including      lab)
different events, finding ring stewards, announcers,      centered riding and correct aids and balance in the
show secretaries, bookkeeping, gate people, order-        western saddle. Students will practice beginning        EqST-2840 Training and Development of the
ing ribbons and numbers, making arrangements              and intermediate training exercises for the horse,      English Horse II (3)                                    Courses
for stalling, keeping track of year end award points,     emphasizing equine safety and health. To pass           This course is designed to prepare students and
and hiring concessions if needed. Students in the         this course, students must attend a minimum of          their horse to compete in jumping, Hunter under
course will have hands on experiences running two         two weekend clinics or horse shows. Prerequisite:       Saddle, or dressage at recognized shows. Will
open shows and/or one show and one clinic/event.          Admittance to the Equine Riding and Training            include correct attire for horse and rider, study of
(.5 hr lec, 3 hrs lab)                                    Program. College does not provide horses. (1 hr lec,    the rules for each discipline, training skills neces-
                                                          3 hrs lab, 1 hr arr lab)                                sary to compete and show successfully, proper tack
EqST-2520 Equine Breeding (3)                                                                                     selection and how to prepare mentally and physi-        
Management of the stallion and the mare in                EqST-2690 Hunt Seat Equitation (3)                      cally for the rigors of competition. Students must
breeding. Topics include types of breeding                An introduction to the beginning and intermediate       attend a minimum of three weekend (Saturdays
practices, behavior and psychology of handling            theories of correct Hunt Seat Equitation including      and/or Sundays, specific dates noted on course
stallions, the mare in the breeding role, hormone         centered riding and correct aids and balance in the     syllabus) clinics or horse shows to pass this course.
cycles, artificial aids such as light and drug therapy,   Hunt Seat Saddle. Students will practice begin-         College does not provide horses. Prerequisite:
actual foaling of a mare, growth of the foal in the       ning and intermediate training exercises for the        EQST 2830 with a “C-” or better and successful
uterus, recognition of foaling problems, and care of      horse, emphasizing equine safety and health. Pre-       completion of at least 30 credit hours. (1 hr lec, 3
the newborn foal and mare. Prerequisite: ANSC             requisite: Admittance to the Equine Riding and          hrs lab, 1 hr arr lab)
2430. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                              Training Program. College does not provide horses.                                           Capstone Course
                                                          (1 hr lec, 3 hrs lab, 1 hr arr lab)
          FAMILY AnD COnSUMER                                      oral and written communication. Uses French in         GEOLOGY (GEOL)
                                                                   Action, an interactive, multimedia course which
          SCIEnCE (FCSC)                                           combines video, audio, and text to help students       GEOL-1030 Geology of Northern Wyoming (3)
          FCSC-1140 Nutrition (2)                                  use real, unsimplified French in the context of        A survey of the physical features, processes, and
          This course is intended for students preparing for       actual communication in French. (4 hrs lec)            history of the mountains of northern Wyoming.
          careers in health care. Students learn the founda-                                                              Emphasis on Big Horn Basin and Mountains,
          tions of nutrition and then apply those foundations      FREN-1020 First Year French II (4)                     Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, and Yellow-
          to nutritional needs throughout the life cycle, to       Continuation of FREN 1010 employing the                stone and Grand Teton National Parks. For the
          nutrition in clinical settings and in specific disease   French in Action method. Prerequisite: One year of     non-geologist; does not fulfill lab science require-
          states. (2 hrs lec)                                      high school French or completion of FREN 1010          ment. Two required Saturday field trips. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                   with a “C-” or better. (4 hrs lec)
          FCSC-1141 Principles of Nutrition (3)                                                                           GEOL-1035 Geology of Yellowstone National
          Emphasizes the relationship of food to mainte-           FREN-1050 Conversational French I (1-2)                Park (1)
          nance of health. Includes the human needs for            Primarily for those who want to develop and            Introduction to the rocks, landscapes, and thermal
          energy and nutrients and their importance to the         enhance their ability to speak French. Provides a      features of the Park. Emphasis placed upon hot
          individual and society. Also stresses the importance     setting where useful vocabulary is incorporated        springs and geysers, volcanic activity, glaciations,
          of diet throughout the life cycle. (3 hrs lec)           into learned and spontaneous conversations and         and stream erosion. Material covered during a
                                                                   where cultural differences can be discussed as they    two-day field trip through the Park. For the non-
          FCSC-2121 Child Development (4)                          pertain to everyday situations. Intended for stu-      geologist; does not fulfill lab science requirement.
          Covers growth and developmental patterns in              dents who have minimal proficiency or no previous      Limited enrollment. (2 hrs lab delivered through
          physical, social, intellectual, and emotional areas      French language experience. Not intended for           24 clock hours in the field)
          in relation to children ages birth through eight.        transfer credit. (1-2 hrs lec)
          Includes opportunities to observe principles of                                                                 GEOL-1100 Physical Geology (4)
          growth in children through an assignment in a            FREN-2030 Second Year French I (4)                     Modern concepts of the earth’s physical makeup
          field experience setting and identifies developmen-      Continues the interactive, video-based French in       including materials (minerals and rocks), topogra-
          tally appropriate activities to foster development of    Action method of teaching French (see FREN             phy, and crustal structure, as well as processes and
          the whole child. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                  1010). More advanced grammar and vocabulary            forces acting on the earth including continents’
                                                                   are integrated into increasingly sophisticated         motions, earthquakes, volcanoes, mountain build-
                                                                   cultural situations. Strong emphasis on verbal and     ing, and erosion. Required field trips emphasize
                                                                   written proficiency. Prerequisite: Two years of high   local geology. Prerequisite: Placement at math
          FInAnCE (FIn)                                            school French or completion of FREN 1020 with          level 2. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
          FIN-2000 Principles of Banking (3)                       a “C-” or better. (4 hrs lec)
          Provides an insight into U.S. commercial banking                                                                GEOL-1200 Historical Geology (4)
          and financial activities. Presents a broad overview      FREN-2040 Second Year French II (4)                    A survey of the physical and biological history of
          of the history, functions, and regulations concern-      Final semester of two-year French in Action            the earth as an evolving system interpreted from
          ing the U.S. monetary system. (3 hrs lec)                sequence. Includes comprehensive review of gram-       the sequence of rocks and fossil remains. Required
                                                                   mar as well as language and cultural expansion.        field trips emphasize local geology and illustrate
          FIN-2075 Banking Applications (1-3)                      Prerequisite: Three years of high school French or     methods of historical reconstruction. Prerequisite:
          Specialized studies from the American Institute          completion of FREN 2030 with a “C-” or better.         Placement at math level 2. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
          of Banking designed to address topics relevant to        (4 hrs lec)
          banking professions. Meets guidelines established                                                               GEOL-1235 History and Geology of the Yel-
          by the American Institute of Banking for advanced        FREN-2210 Intermediate Conversation and                lowstone Area (3)
          credit. (1-3 hrs lec)                                    Composition I (3)                                      This course is an intensive, hands-on, mountain- site
                                                                   Continues the study of oral and written skills         short course on the geology and history of Yellow-
          FIN-2100 Managerial Finance (3)                          in French. Prepares students for upper division        stone National Park and surrounding areas and is
          Students study the theory of corporate finance and       courses in advanced composition and conversation.      intended primarily for K-12 teachers. (3 hrs lec)
          the management of capital within a corporation or        Prerequisite: Four years high school French or
          business. Time value of money, cash flow analysis,       FREN 2040. (3 hrs lec)                                 GEOL-1546 Rocks and Minerals (1)
          stock and bond valuations, risk and return, capital                                                             Students acquire a broad understanding of survey
          budgeting, capital structure, the cost of capital and    FREN-2460 French Field Studies: (1-3)                  of common and economically important rocks
          dividend policy are also examined. Prerequisite:         Course offers students the opportunity to travel in    and minerals of Northern Wyoming. This course
          ACCT 2010 and STAT 2010. (3 hrs lec)                     a French-speaking country. On-campus portion           provides an overview of the rock cycle and plate
                                                                   of course focuses on language, culture, and practi-    tectonics. For the non-geologist. Optional Satur-
                                                                   cal travel considerations. Students electing three     day field trip. (1 hr lec)
                                                                   credits will select one aspect of the host culture
          FOOD SCIEnCE (FDSC)                                      to study and evaluate during the field experience.     GEOL-1547 Heart Mountain, Volcanoes and
          FDSC-2060 Fresh Meat Processing (3)                      Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1-3 hrs lec)     the Rockies (1)
          Provides study of the fabrication of carcasses into                                                             Students will acquire a broad understanding of
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          cuts, associated processing techniques, selection,                                                              mountain building, volcanism, and plate tectonics.
          preparation, and utilization of meat. Explores                                                                  Examples focus on the geology of the Wyoming
          concerns and opportunities of the producer, packer,
                                                                   GEOGRAPHY AnD                                          Rockies; the origin of Heart Mountain and Absa-
          processor, retailer, and food service. Prerequisite:     RECREATIOn (G&R)                                       roka volcanism; and the Yellowstone hot spot. For
          Consent of instructor. (1.5 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)          G&R-1000 Introduction to Geography (3)                 the non-geologist. Optional Saturday field trip. (1
                                                                   Students acquire the basic concepts of geography       hr lec)
          FDSC-2160 Meat Poultry and Game Products (2)             including: map reading, physical characteristics,
  00     Designed to enable students to properly care for                                                                GEOL-1548 Shallow Seas and Changing Cli-
                                                                   and environments; weather/climate; regional con-
          and process game carcasses. Covers field care and        cepts; comparative cultural, political, and economic   mate (1)
          aging; preparing sausage, and jerky; and curing/         characteristics. (3 hrs lec)                           Students acquire a broad understanding of survey
          smoking poultry, fish, and wild game. (1 hr lec, 2                                                              of Wyoming focusing on rock and fossil evidence
          hrs lab)                                                 G&R-1250 Geography of Travel and Tourism (3)           for how Wyoming’s landscape, geography, and
                                                                   Describes the world in terms of travel destinations    climate have changed through time from early
                                                                   and physical, cultural, and economic geographical      Earth history to the present. For the non- geolo-
                                                                                                                          gist. Optional Saturday field trip. (1 hr lec)
          FREnCH (FREn)                                            knowledge. Provides information on international
                                                                   travel requirements and air and surface travel
          FREN-1010 First Year French I (4)                        abroad. Emphasis on common tourist destinations        GEOL-2325 Dinosaurs of Wyoming (2)
          Introduces the essentials of French necessary for        throughout the world. (3 hrs lec)                      Designed to familiarize students with dinosaurs
that once inhabited Wyoming and other western          GRAR-1810 Electronic Publishing: InDesign (3)           admission. Successful completion of at least 30
states. Explores the paleontological research in and   Students study the impact of the microcomputer          credit hours. (3 hrs lec)
near Wyoming, dinosaur taxonomy, the Mesozoic          on the publishing industry. Students will use                                            Capstone Course
environment, theories concerning lifestyles and        Adobe InDesign, Photoshop (scanning and file
extinction of dinosaurs, and the relationship of       touch up), and a variety of peripherals including       GRAR-2810 Advanced Press (3)
dinosaurs to the human race. Field trip required.      color scanners, color printers, and imagesetters.       Designed to give the student hands-on experience
(2 hrs lec)                                            Projects enable students to explore various capa-       with a Heidelberg SORD offset press. Emphasizes
                                                       bilities and reinforce concepts learned in lecture      inter-working and mechanics of the press, sheet
GEOL-2385 Research in the Life and Physical            and demonstrations. (3 hrs lec)                         control, signature printing, and the four-color
Sciences (3)                                                                                                   process. Prerequisite: GRAR 1620 and consent of
Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers      GRAR-1820 Electronic Publishing: quarkX-                instructor. (6 hrs lab)
students the opportunity to work with other stu-       Press (3)
dents interested in science disciplines. Students      Students gain first-hand experience with current
will develop individual projects within their dis-     applications, techniques, and equipment used            GREEK (GRK)
cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas      in the generation of type and images in the area
and develop an appreciation for the commonality        of electronic publishing. Additional skill and          GRK-1015 Elementary Biblical Greek I (4)
between scientific disciplines and the role of sci-    knowledge is gained regarding QuarkXPress, font         Introduces the essentials of grammar and vocabu-
ence in society. Students will be expected to make     installation and management, building a type            lary necessary for reading Greek. Gives practice in
a public presentation of their work. Prerequisite:     library, typography, mark-up, methods to speed          reading, understanding, writing, and pronouncing
Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.     up design and productions work, preflighting for        Greek. (4 hrs lec)
(3 hrs lec)                                            service bureaus, and imagesetting to film. Prereq-
                                    Capstone Course    uisite: GRAR 1510 and GRAR 1800. (3 hrs lec)            GRK-1025 Elementary Biblical Greek II (4)
                                                                                                               Continuation of GRK 1015. Prerequisite: GRK
                                                       GRAR-1850 Advanced Electronic Publishing                1015. (4 hrs lec)
GRAPHIC ARTS (GRAR)                                    (3)
                                                       Advanced publishing procedures utilizing Adobe          GRK-2035 Intermediate Biblical Greek (4)
GRAR-1510 Introduction to Graphic Arts (3)             Photoshop and Luminous Trapwise computer                Readings in Biblical and Hellenistic Greek. Pre-
A study of the basic principles and processes of the   applications. Explores digital image manipulation,      requisite: GRK 1025. (4 hrs lec)
printing industry. Begins with an overview of the      scanning digital images and saving in appropriate
four major printing processes and uses a lecture/lab   file formats, manual and digital trapping tech-         GRK-2150 Selected Readings in Biblical Greek (1)
method of instruction to familiarize the student       niques, and integration of multiple file formats        Designed for students who have completed at least
with layout and design, electronic publishing,         into a single electronic graphics file. Prerequisite:   GRK 1025 and would like to continue reading a
camera, image assembly, platemaking, presswork,        GRAR 1510, GRAR 1800, and GRAR 1810. (3                 variety of Greek texts on a regular basis. May be
and bindery operations. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)         hrs lec)                                                taken for credit even after completion of GRK
                                                                                                               2035. Different Greek texts read each time the
GRAR-1610 Offset Production I (3)                      GRAR-1950 Preflighting/Image Assembly (3)               course is offered in order to avoid repetition. May
Students refine their skills with the process of       Students become familiar with preflighting elec-        be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: GRK
offset lithography. Projects provide opportunities     tronic files for imagesetting and image assembly        1015 and GRK 1025 or equivalent. (1 hr lec)
to apply their skills and understanding of image       (stripping) techniques employed in today’s prepress
concept and design, image assembly, film conver-       field. Discussions and activities will help students
sion, platemaking, duplicator presswork, and           learn advanced stripping techniques, composite          HEALTH EDUCATIOn
bindery operations. Course prepares students for       films, imposition considerations related to press
GRAR 1620 where students may produce materi-           and bindery, electronic imposition software, trap-      (HLED)
als for NWC. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                    ping software, and imagesetting. Prerequisite:          HLED-1005 Risky Behaviors (3)
                                                       GRAR 1510. (3 hrs lec)                                  Designed to increase a student’s awareness of
GRAR-1620 Offset Production II (4)                                                                             the social influence of drugs, alcohol, sexually
A continuation of GRAR 1610. Allows con-               GRAR-2650 Magazine Production (3)                       transmitted diseases (STDs), and sexual assault
centration in the following areas: art and copy        A practical introduction to the design and              from a multi-disciplinary perspective (health,
preparation, image assembly, offset duplicator         production of a magazine. Includes critical             physiological, and sociological). Presents in logical
presswork, and bindery. Course stresses the pro-       examination of magazines from colleges, universi-       form accurate, current information from the bio-
duction of quality materials. Prerequisite: GRAR       ties, and independent presses from throughout           logical, health, and sociological sciences essential
1610 and GRAR 1720. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs arranged         the nation. Culminates in a student- generated,         for making sound decisions regarding lifestyle
lab)                                                   student-edited, and student-published magazine.         choices. Course fulfills one credit of non-activity
                                                       Prerequisite: Student must complete application         based wellness education or three credits of social
GRAR-1720 Imaging for Print Reproduction (3)           for admission. (3 hrs lec)                              science. Credit cannot be earned in both HLED
Students acquire essential information and experi-                                                             1005 and SOC 1005. (3 hrs lec)
ence to employ either photomechanical imaging or       GRAR-2710 Print Estimating (3)
electronic digital imaging processes. Skills learned   Students acquire experience in estimating print-        HLED-1006 Personal Health (3)
include graphic arts photography, some special         ing costs and sales prices using pricing catalogs       Presents in logical form a body of knowledge from        Courses
effects camera work, photographic and digital          and formula-based pricing structures. Student           biological and social sciences essential for sound
halftoning, electronic scanning, PostScript via a      evaluates print jobs determining required opera-        decisions in health maintenance and a proper sense
film imagesetter, imaging applications, and pro-       tions, materials, supplies, and anticipated time        of health values. (3 hrs lec)
duction of color separations. Prerequisite: GRAR       needed for completion of each stage. Following
1510. (3 hrs lec)                                      analysis, student applies appropriate pricing based     HLED-1225 Standard First Aid and CPR (2)
                                                       on student-developed budgeted, hourly rates.            This course prepares students to cope when emer-
GRAR-1800 Introduction to Macintosh (3)                Prerequisite: GRAR 1610 and MATH 0900 or                gency care is needed. Studies accident prevention,
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Course offers practice and useful experience on        placement at math level 1 within one year prior to      examination procedures and first aid care for
the Macintosh computer system. Provides a firm         enrollment. (3 hrs lec)                                 victims of accidents or sudden illness before medi-
foundation in the basics of the Macintosh operat-                                                              cal assistance is available. Current Red Cross or
ing system and various word processing, graphics,      GRAR-2750 Magazine Editing and Manage-                  American Heart Association materials are used for
and page layout program software. Encourages           ment (3)                                                First Aid and CPR, and upon successful comple-
students to work on the Macintosh in areas of          Provides practical experience in editing and            tion of the course, students will receive either Red
individual interest. Students gain a solid under-      managing the production of a student magazine.          Cross or American Heart Association certifica-
standing of the Macintosh and related computer         Includes planning, decision-making, personnel           tion dependent on the certification credentials of
hardware. (3 hrs lec)                                  management, and networking. Prerequisite: Stu-          the instructor. (Note: Certification information
                                                       dent must complete application and interview for        included in the semester class schedule.)(2 hrs lec)
          HLED-1270 Wellness (3)                                  HISTORY (HIST)                                          and prospects from its beginning to the present.
          Explores the relationship between diet, exercise,                                                               Along with HIST 1210, this course meets statu-
          and health in a lecture/lab format. A transdisci-       HIST-1100 Ancient Civilizations (3)                     tory requirements for instruction in principles and
          plinary approach emphasizing the integration of         A survey of Old World civilizations that examines       provisions of the constitutions of the United States
          concepts and processes relevant to the pursuit of       the Ancient Near East, Greece, and Republi-             and Wyoming. (3 hrs lec)
          optimal well-being. (3 hrs lec)                         can Rome as a basis for comparative analysis
                                                                  of Ancient China and India, featuring a strong          HIST-1280 History of Montana (3)
          HLED-1271 Diet and Exercise (2)                         emphasis on the intellectual, cultural, religious,      A survey of Montana history. Covers the develop-
          Introduces an understanding of basic nutrition and      socio-economic, and political history of the peo-       ment of the territory and state and examines the
          exercise facts relating to weight loss and fitness.     ples involved. (3 hrs lec)                              social, economic, cultural, and political patterns in
          Encourages development and use of a total physi-                                                                its relations to the nation. (3 hrs lec)
          cal fitness program. (2 hrs lec)                        HIST-1110 Western Civilization I (3)
                                                                  A survey of Western Civilization from Imperial          HIST-1290 History of United States West (3)
          HLED-1660 Basic Emergency Care (3)                      Rome through the Byzantine, Islamic, and Medi-          A history of the changing frontier in the United
          Students receive training in fundamentals of            eval civilizations, to the Renaissance, Reformation     States, its native peoples, and the westward move-
          emergency care. This course follows the U.S.            and Early Modern period of the Euro-Mediter-            ment of Americans from colonial times to the
          Department of Transportation (DOT) and                  ranean world around 1700. (3 hrs lec)                   20th century. Special focus on the trans-Missis-
          advanced first aid outlines for the First Responder.                                                            sippi west, the role of physical geography, and the
          This is an excellent course for students desiring to    HIST-1120 Western Civilization II (3)                   interaction of various cultures. (3 hrs lec)
          enter an Emergency Medical Technician Program.          A historical survey of Western Civilization from
          Students may not receive credit in both HLED            the Early Modern era in the Euro-Mediterranean          HIST-2050 Introduction to Public History (3)
          1660 and NRST 1660. (3 hrs lec)                         region through the 20th Century, including the          Introduces the student to the non-teaching, pro-
                                                                  onset of colonialism, the rise of global empires, the   fessional uses of history. Topics for consideration
                                                                  emergence of the modern political and social ide-       include archival preservation, museum manage-
                                                                  ologies, the impact of industrial and technological     ment, public information, publications, historic
          HEALTH SCIEnCES (HLSC)                                  transformation, the role of Europe’s “outposts” such    site development, oral history, and historical pro-
          HLSC-1010 Introduction to Allied Health Pro-            as the United States, Canada, and other former          gramming. The class will also examine a variety of
          fessions (2)                                            imperial possessions, as well as the major events of    political, financial, and ethical issues that impact
          Students acquire an overview of Allied Health           European significance like the French Revolution,       the interpretation of history to the general public.
          Professions and are provided information relat-         revolutionary movements of the 19th century, the        (3 hrs lec)
          ing to health maintenance and the identification,       world wars, and the Cold War. Features strong
          evaluation, prevention, and treatment of diseases       emphasis on the intellectual, cultural or spiritual     HIST-2070 The Holocaust: A Survey (3)
          or conditions. An in-depth review of careers in         currents of all the peoples involved. (3 hrs lec)       Examines the Nazi campaign to persecute and
          nursing, radiography, laboratory, respiratory, nutri-                                                           exterminate European Jews. Includes the broader
          tion, and Health Systems Management is provided         HIST-1210 United States History I (3)                   dimensions of Nazi racial policies aimed at gypsies,
          to identify the expectations of inter-professional      A foundation course for programs in American            Slavs, the disabled, and other groups. Explores the
          alliances. (2 hrs lec)                                  history. Surveys the history and culture of the         complicity of nations and governments throughout
                                                                  United States from before discovery to approxi-         the world, as well as the verdicts at Nuremberg.
          HLSC-2030 Applied Allied Health Concepts (2)            mately the time of the Civil War. Emphasizes the        Seeks to apply the lessons of the Holocaust to
          Students apply general Allied Health field knowl-       historical and constitutional roots of American         current discussions of intolerance, racism, and
          edge and principles that will prepare them to           values and beliefs. Along with HIST 1250, this          genocide. (3 hrs lec)
          assume a role as an Allied Health Professional.         course meets statutory requirements for instruction
          Topics include communications, ethics, change,          in principles and provisions of the constitutions of    HIST-2112 Revolutionary Europe (3)
          and conflict resolution, as well as Allied Health       the U.S. and Wyoming. (3 hrs lec)                       Students analyze the major revolutionary move-
          career selection, preparation, and acquisition. Pre-                                                            ments and upheavals from the French Revolution
          requisite: HLSC 1010 and successful completion          HIST-1221 The United States from 1865 (3)               of 1789 through the Russian, German, and
          of at least 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec)                Surveys American history from approximately the         Austrian Revolutions of 1917-19. Prerequisite:
                                                Capstone Course   time of the Civil War to the present. Emphasis on       Completion of ENGL 1010 with a “C” or better.
                                                                  the development of constitutional, socio-political,     (3 hrs lec)
                                                                  cultural, and economic factors that explain the
                                                                  emergence of the United States as a global power.
          HEBREW (HEBR)                                           Meets statutory requirements for instruction in
                                                                                                                          HIST-2115 20th Century Europe (3)
                                                                                                                          Social, economic, political, and intellectual history
          HEBR-1010 First Year Hebrew I (4)                       principles and provisions of the constitutions of       of Europe from the First World War to Gorbachev
          A brief course which provides the essentials for        the United States and Wyoming. (3 hrs lec)              and the Soviet collapse, including the relationship
          reading and translating Biblical Hebrew. Empha-                                                                 of developments to physical, political, and cultural
          sizes fundamentals of grammar and reading. (4           HIST-1229 History of Yellowstone (3)                    geography. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL
          hrs lec)                                                Course examines the historical development of           1010 with a “C” or better. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                  Yellowstone National Park from prehistoric times
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          HEBR-1020 First Year Hebrew II (4)                      to the present. Students learn how Yellowstone’s        HIST-2120 Ancient Greece (3)
          A continuation of HEBR 1010. Prerequisite:              historical development paved the way towards the        Study begins with prehistoric times, traces the rise
          HEBR 1010. (4 hrs lec)                                  current issues it faces today. Students explore what    of the Greeks, the Dark Ages, the Age of Expan-
                                                                  makes Yellowstone unique as a national park and         sion, the Classical Period, the Hellenistic Age, and
          HEBR-2030 Second Year Hebrew I (4)                      as an ecosystem. Examines how various people            the arrival of the Romans. Topics include language,
          Readings in Biblical and inscriptional Hebrew.          expressed their feelings towards Yellowstone            literature, religion and mythology, athletics, war-
          Students read from the Hebrew Bible and ancient         through art, photography, and literature. (3 hrs lec)   fare, law and democracy, theatre, education, science,
  0     Hebrew inscriptions from the Biblical era. (4 hrs                                                               philosophy, and political history. Prerequisite:
          lec)                                                    HIST-1235 History and Geology of the Yellow-            English level 3 or consent of instructor. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                  stone Area (3)
          HEBR-2150 Selected Readings in Hebrew (1)               This course is an intensive, hands-on, mountain- site   HIST-2130 Ancient Rome (3)
          Designed for students who have completed                short course on the geology and history of Yellow-      Students examine the Rise of the Roman State, the
          HEBR 1020 and would like to continue reading            stone National Park and surrounding areas and is        character of Roman culture and social development,
          a variety of Hebrew texts on a regular basis. Dif-      intended primarily for K-12 teachers. (3 hrs lec)       as well as the impact of Roman imperialism on the
          ferent Hebrew texts will be read each time the                                                                  Euro-Mediterranean World. Students also analyze
          course is offered in order to avoid repetition. May     HIST-1250 History of Wyoming (3)                        the Roman decline and the extension of Rome’s
          be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: HEBR         The history and politics of a western state, explor-    legacy into the Byzantine Era. Prerequisite: Eng-
          1020. (1 hr lec)                                        ing its physical environment, culture, constitution,    lish level 3 or consent of instructor. (3 hrs lec)
HIST-2140 Ancient Near East (3)                          HUMAn DEVELOPMEnT                                        HUMN-2450 Introduction to Film (3)
Course encompasses the rise and development                                                                       Introduces the study of film as a modern form of
of civilization in Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine,        (HMDV)                                                   art, providing an historical overview of themes and
Anatolia, Egypt, and Arabia from prehistory to           HMDV-1000 College Studies (1)                            techniques. Examines cinema as an expression of
Alexander the Great. Topics include religion,            A suggested course for all new students. Students        both personal and social values. (3 hrs lec)
literature, art, architecture, language, and political   learn skills for success in college. Students prac-
history. (3 hrs lec)                                     tice study skills, determine their learning style,       HUMN-2455 Television and American Culture
                                                         and become acquainted with services available            (3)
HIST-2290 North American Indians (3)                     at Northwest College. Also, students learn basic         Students examine American television chrono-
Presents the history of North American Indians           library research skills, how to use campus comput-       logically from the late 1940s to the present. This
starting with the pre-Columbian era and tracing          ers, and critical thinking skills. (1 hr lec)            course analyzes how television programming both
developments through the Colonial Period, the                                                                     reflects and influences American culture. (3 hrs lec)
revolutionary independence struggles, and the            HMDV-1010 College Studies II (1)
problems of native people under national regimes         Students refine and expand skills for success in         HUMN-2460 Humanities Field Studies: (1-3)
through the 19th and 20th centuries. Special             college. Skills include time management, inter-          Course offers students the opportunity to travel to
emphasis on the experiences of Indians in the            personal communication, relationship building,           various destinations (i.e., Great Britain, Hawaii,
United States and Canada, including cultures of          and academic and career planning. This course            etc.) to explore the cultures of those sites. The
the eastern woodlands, plains, Rocky Mountain            complements HMDV 1000 and offers a student               on-campus portion of the course focuses on the
and Pacific areas, and the Arctic. (3 hrs lec)           study-skills help for an entire semester. (1 hr lec)     destination’s history, culture, and travel peculiari-
                                                                                                                  ties. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1 hr lec,
HIST-2420 History of Crime and Justice (3)               HMDV-1200 Academic and Career Orienta-                   4 hrs lab)
This course examines the historic evolution of           tion (1)
American crime and the American justice system           Designed to assist students in determining
from the early Colonial Period through the               strengths, abilities, interests, personality type, and   InFORMATIOn
Twenty- first Century. The course studies philo-         values in relation to making mature and realistic
sophical shifts in correctional strategies, criminal
                                                                                                                  MAnAGEMEnT (IMGT)
                                                         career decisions. Involves individual counseling to
activities, and law enforcement techniques and           aid in setting personal, educational, and vocational     IMGT-2400 Introduction to Information Man-
their impact on crime and the American judicial          goals. (1 hr lec)                                        agement (3)
system. Credit cannot be earned in both HIST                                                                      Concerned with the role of information systems
2420 and SOC 2420. (3 hrs lec)                           HMDV-2000 Tutor Training (1)                             in managing organizations to make them more
                                                         A recommended course for student tutors and              competitive and efficient. Specific topics include
HIST-2471 Internship: History (1-6)                      students planning to tutor in the Student Success        organizational and technical foundation of
Available to the serious student who desires to          Center. Successful completion of the course allows       information systems and building and managing
observe and participate in a demanding and               the student to become eligible for Tutor Certification   systems. Prerequisite: Successful completion of 30
rewarding professional off-campus experience.            through the College Reading and Learning Associa-        credit hours. (3 hrs lec)
Prerequisite: Permission of the on-campus instruc-       tion. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1 hr lec)
tor. (1-6 hrs lec per credit hour)
                                                                                                                  InTERnET EDUCATIOn
                                                         HUMAnITIES (HUMn)                                        (InET)
HORTICULTURE (HORT)
                                                         HUMN-2380 Popular Culture (3)                            INET-1550 Introduction to Internet Learning
HORT-1100 Introduction to Horticulture (3)               A study of film, music, print and broadcast media,       (2)
Exposes the student to the far-reaching aspects of       and other forms of popular cultural expression.          Students will become competent in the basic tech-
horticulture and provides a working knowledge of         Emphasizes popular arts of the last two centuries,       nology skills requisite for successful participation
the basic principles of horticultural practices. (3      especially in the United States. Discusses distinc-      in online course work. Emphasis is given to under-
hrs lec)                                                 tions between popular and “elite” arts and explores      standing computer skills, terminology, hardware
                                                         rationales and critical bases for the study of popu-     requirements, Blackboard CE navigation skills,
HORT-1150 Plant Propagation (3)                          lar culture. (3 hrs lec)                                 online communication techniques, online expecta-
Provides general information pertaining to the                                                                    tions of students, student learning style needs, and
types of propagation, equipment, and supplies.           HUMN-2420 Introduction to Cross-Cultural                 basic time commitments for online course work.
Covers propagation of horticultural plants includ-       Study (3)                                                (2 hrs lec)
ing grafting, cutting, bulb division, and direct         An interdisciplinary course that draws upon
seeding. Prerequisite: BIOL 1010 and HORT                the humanities, the arts, the social sciences, and       INET-1590 Web Page Design: (1)
1100. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                             personal experience to illustrate cultural diversity     Students develop preliminary skills to plan, create,
                                                         throughout the world and to explore processes of         and maintain a Web page. Skills include links,
HORT-1550 Plant Materials (3)                            international communication. (3 hrs lec)                 graphics, animation, tables, forms, and other
Selection of plant material in the landscape includ-                                                              enhancements for sites on the World Wide Web.
ing the identification, physical characteristics,        HUMN-2440 Dialogues in the Humanities (3)                This course replaces CMAP 1890. Prerequisite:
habitat requirements, maintenance characteristics,       Through interdisciplinary methods, students              CMAP 1610. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)                         Courses
and ornamental value of trees, shrubs, and flow-         compare defining moments in human experience.
ers. Emphasis on plants adaptive to the Big Horn         Students examine how particular individuals and          INET-2010 Database Driven Web Sites (3)
Basin. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                            cultures redefine and express recurrent historical       Students acquire the skills necessary to build and
                                                         themes. Students integrate multiple disciplinary         maintain dynamic web pages. Topics include data
HORT-1600 Special Applications: (1-3)                    methods as a way of exploring traditional concerns       sources, record sets, dynamic content and database
Course addresses a diversity of subjects within the      in the humanities. Themes will vary from semester        use. This course replaces CMAP 2585. (2 hrs lec,
field of horticulture. Areas of emphasis vary and        to semester. Prerequisite: Successful completion of
                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                                                                  2 hrs lab)
may be selected from topics of interest to practitio-    at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)
ners within the field or to new and evolving issues.                                           Capstone Course
Utilizes lecture, lab, and seminar format for student
instruction. Course may be repeated using different      HUMN-2445 US Culture and Language for
                                                                                                                  JOURnALISM (JOUR)
topic titles. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab for 3 hr course)      Foreign Students (3)                                     JOUR-1000 Introduction to Mass Media (3)
                                                         Designed to give English speaking and listen-            An overview of mass media, newspapers, maga-
                                                         ing experience to beginning students whose first         zines, books, radio, television, and films. A study
                                                         language is not English. Course content surveys          of their historical development with emphasis
                                                         United States values and behaviors and their             on understanding the techniques of expression
                                                         sources. Prerequisite: 500 TOEFL score. (3 hrs lec)      and impact on American culture. A survey of the
          content of mass media and consideration of con-         campus events. Class members are given staff posi-        KIN-1058 Emergency Management of Athletic
          temporary problems and trends. (3 hrs lec)              tions on the basis of application and experience.         Injury and Illness (3)
                                                                  Prerequisite: JOUR 1020 (2-4 hrs lab)                     The purpose of this course is to provide the
          JOUR-1010 Publications Production I (1-2)                                                                         prospective athletic trainer with the skill and
          Consists of production of the campus newspaper.         JOUR-2100 Reporting and Newswriting II (3)                knowledge necessary to provide for emergency
          Class members given staff positions on the basis of     Intermediate newswriting, applying skills learned         care, triage, and management of emergencies and
          application and experience. May be repeated once        in JOUR 1100. Special emphasis on public affairs          life-threatening situations for the physically active.
          for credit. (2-4 hrs lab)                               reporting. Prerequisite: JOUR 1100. (3 hrs lec)           Prerequisite: KIN 1052. (3 hrs lec)

          JOUR-1020 Webcasting Practicum (1-2)                    JOUR-2140 News Editing (3)                                KIN-2057 Assessment and Evaluation of Ath-
          Students acquire webcasting skills through pro-         An advanced course concerned with evaluation              letic Injury and Illness I (3)
          ducing and maintaining a campus news Web                and preparation of news for placement on page             The purpose of this course is to provide the pro-
          site that uses text, photographs, audio and video       makeup, headline writing, and actual makeup of            spective athletic trainer with the knowledge and
          components as well as animation and multimedia          dummy pages. Covers correct procedure for check-          skill necessary to evaluate and recognize upper
          elements. Class members staff an online campus          ing and correcting final page proofs. (3 hrs lec)         extremity, cervical spine and head injuries that
          radio and TV station for webcasting, including live                                                               occur to the athlete and the physically active.
          coverage of campus events. Class members                JOUR-2250 Magazine Production (3)                         Concurrent enrollment in KIN 2068 required.
          are given staff positions on the basis of application   A practical introduction to the design and                Prerequisite: KIN 1057 and KIN 1058. (3 hrs lec,
          and experience. (2-4 hrs lab)                           production of a magazine. Includes critical               additional lab hours arranged)
                                                                  examination of magazines from colleges, universi-
          JOUR-1100 Reporting and Newswriting I (3)               ties, and independent presses from throughout             KIN-2058 Assessment and Evaluation of Ath-
          Covers writing hard news stories with emphasis          the nation. Culminates in a student- generated,           letic Injury and Illness II (3)
          on news sources, news gathering techniques, and         student-edited, and student-published magazine.           The purpose of this course is to provide the
          in-depth reporting. (3 hrs lec)                         Prerequisite: Student must complete application           prospective athletic trainer with the knowledge
                                                                  for admission. (3 hrs lec)                                and skill necessary to evaluate and recognize
          JOUR-1220 Introductory Digital Video (3)                                                                          lower extremity and spine injuries that occur to
          This class provides an introduction to the use of       JOUR-2270 Magazine Editing and Manage-                    the athlete and the physically active. Concurrent
          video camcorders and digital video editing. Stu-        ment (3)                                                  enrollment in KIN 2078 required. Prerequi-
          dents will learn about basic use of the camcorder,      Provides practical experience in editing and              site: KIN 2057 and KIN 2068, and successful
          taping techniques, composition, lighting, audio         managing the production of a student magazine.            completion of at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec,
          and how to edit tapes using introductory editing        Includes planning, decision making, personnel             additional lab hrs arr)
          software. (3 hrs lec)                                   management, and networking. Prerequisite: Stu-
                                                                  dent must complete application and interview for          KIN-2068 Athletic Training Clinical I (1)
          JOUR-1240 Agriculture Communications                    admission. Successful completion of at least 30           Provides clinical and field experience for the ath-
          Practicum (2)                                           credit hours.(3 hrs lec)                                  letic training student. Skills and knowledge learned
          This class provides participants with a hands-on                                           Capstone Course        in KIN 1052 and 1058 are applied in the clinical
          learning experience in communicating agriculture                                                                  and field setting. Concurrent enrollment in KIN
                                                                  JOUR-2320 Publications Production for High                2057 required. Prerequisite: KIN 1052 and KIN
          issues and information through radio, television,
                                                                  School Advisors (3)                                       1058. (3 hrs clinical)
          Web print and media. (2 hrs lab)
                                                                  This course centers on publication of a newspaper
                                                                  during the week of the Journalism Jump Start              KIN-2078 Athletic Training Clinical II (1)
          JOUR-1320 Movie Production (3)
                                                                  summer workshop. We will also work with video             Provides clinical and field experience for the ath-
          Students gain hands-on experience in creating
                                                                  and audio production. (6 hrs lab)                         letic training student. Skills and knowledge learned
          and producing a movie script. Students perform a
          student-produced script, engage in pre-production                                                                 in KIN 1052, KIN 1058, and KIN 2057 are
          planning, videotaping, lighting, sound and post-                                                                  applied in the clinical and field setting. Concurrent
          production editing. Students develop an interface       KInESIOLOGY (KIn)                                         enrollment in KIN 2058 required. Prerequisite:
          for a DVD of the movie and present the movie to                                                                   KIN 2057 and KIN 2068. (3 hrs clinical)
                                                                  KIN-1020 Fundamentals of Taping and Wrap-
          the public. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                       ping Athletic Injuries (1)
                                                                  Students study and practice supportive wrap-
          JOUR-2000 Broadcast Production (3)                      ping and taping techniques. There is emphasis on          LIBRARY SCIEnCE (LIBS)
          Students acquire an introduction to fundamental         proper techniques and appropriate injury situations       LIBS-2280 Literature for Children (3)
          technical production concepts in radio, television,     requiring added support. This course is ideal for         Surveys children’s literature for concentrations in
          and motion pictures. Students learn video and           students interested in careers in medicine, coach-        elementary education, library science, and other
          audio production techniques, including handling         ing, athletic training, physical therapy, massage         disciplines interested in evaluating and using
          digital video cameras; lighting; sound; basic           therapy, chiropractic, and other sports medicine          children’s books according to needs, interests, and
          announcing; pre-production planning; set con-           and allied health-related fields. (1 hr lec)              abilities of children. (3 hrs lec)
          struction; production of music, radio drama, news,
          sports, public affairs, and related programming;        KIN-1035 Introduction to Sports Medicine (3)
Courses




          and editing and effects using non- linear computer      Students explore a wide variety of sports careers,
          editing systems and related software. Students          including physical therapist, chiropractor,
                                                                                                                            MAnAGEMEnT (MGT)
          will produce projects for webcasting. Prerequisite:     orthopedist, massage therapist, athletic trainer,         MGT-1000 Introduction to Supervision (3)
          JOUR 1100. (3 hrs lec)                                  EMT/paramedic, etc. Students hear from a variety          Students acquire knowledge and skills used in
                                                                  of professionals in the field and will understand the     supervision, organization, time management,
          JOUR-2010 Publications Production II (1-2)              inter-professional relationships in preventing injuries   decision-making, and information management.
          Students refine newspaper production skills             and caring for athletes. In the course of their study,
  0                                                                                                                       Students work with practical applications that
          through production of the campus newspaper.             students also learn common sports injuries, how to        reinforce the theory. Through comprehensive
          Class members are given staff positions on the          prevent them, and initial treatment. (3 hrs lec)          cases and illustrations, students examine the
          basis of application and experience. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                            interrelationship of key supervisory management
          JOUR 1010. (2-4 hrs lab)                                KIN-1052 Introduction to Athletic Training (3)            principles. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                  The purpose of this course is to provide the
          JOUR-2020 Webcasting Practicum II (1-2)                 prospective athletic trainer with the skill and           MGT-2100 Principles of Management (3)
          Students produce campus news Web sites using            knowledge necessary to implement a risk manage-
          text, photographs, audio and video components, as                                                                 Covers objectives, planning, organization of
                                                                  ment and preventative program for athletes and            resources, human relations, coping with change
          well as animation and multimedia elements. Class        others involved in physical activity. Prerequisite:       and conflict, and controlling as management
          members staff an on-line campus radio and TV            Consent of instructor. (3 hrs lec)                        responsibilities. Includes appropriate behavioral
          station for webcasting including live coverage of
                                                                                                                            and management science applications to the man-
agement process. Prerequisite: BADM 1000 or six         MATH-1000 Problem Solving (3)                         MATH-2200 Calculus I (5)
hours of business-related courses. (3 hrs lec)          Designed to acquaint the student with the useful-     Introduces the calculus and analytic geometry
                                                        ness of mathematics. Accomplished by an in-depth      of algebraic functions of one variable. The first
MGT-2100 Principles of Management (3)                   exploration of a variety of applied problems and      semester of a three-semester sequence course.
Covers objectives, planning, organization of            the methods, models, and strategies used to solve     Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in MATH
resources, human relations, coping with change          them. Primarily for students who do not intend        1405 or MATH 1450 or placement at math level 5
and conflict, and controlling as management             to take calculus. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or    within one year prior to enrollment. (5 hrs lec)
responsibilities. Includes appropriate behavioral       better in MATH 0930 or placement at math level
and management science applications to the man-         3 within one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec)    MATH-2205 Calculus II (5)
agement process. Prerequisite: BADM 1000 or six                                                               The second of three courses in the calculus
hours of business-related courses. (3 hrs lec)          MATH-1050 Finite Mathematics (3)                      sequence. Covers the calculus of transcendental
                                                        Designed for business, social science, and behav-     functions, techniques of integration, and isolated
MGT-2470 Internship: Management (1-6)                   ioral science students. Introduces the student to     topics which may include infinite series, analytic
Students acquire management experience through          sets, logic, probability, matrices, and linear pro-   geometry, indeterminate forms, and polar coor-
internships with businesses in the Big Horn Basin.      gramming. Stresses applications to the disciplines    dinates. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in
Students receive guidance from college and intern-      mentioned. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better    MATH 2200 or equivalent. (5 hrs lec)
ship-site supervisors plus receive a structured         in MATH 0930 or placement at math level 3
assessment of their work performance. Designed          within one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec)      MATH-2210 Calculus III (5)
for students in the last semester of the manage-                                                              The last of three courses in the calculus sequence.
ment program. Prerequisite: Recommended                 MATH-1100 Theory of Arithmetic I (3)                  Covers vectors, functions of two or more variables,
enrollment in MGT 2100 or MKT 2100 and                  Designed primarily for prospective elementary         and any of the topics not covered in MATH 2205.
successful completion of at least 30 credit hours. (1   teachers. Students acquire conceptual background      Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in MATH
hr lec, 6 hrs lab)                                      for the operations and algorithms of arithme-         2205. (5 hrs lec)
                                                        tic. Includes study of whole numbers, rational
                                                        numbers, integers, and real numbers. Logic and        MATH-2250 Elementary Linear Algebra (3)
MARKETInG (MKT)                                         problem solving skills incorporated throughout.       A theory course which introduces the algebra
                                                        Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in MATH       of matrices followed by a study of vector spaces.
MKT-1000 Sales (3)                                      0930 or placement at math level 3 within one year     Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in MATH
Covers fundamentals of selling, emphasizing the         prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec)                      2210. (3 hrs lec)
sales agent’s personal responsibilities and obliga-
tions to a company and its customers. (3 hrs lec)       MATH-1105 Theory of Arithmetic II (3)                 MATH-2300 Discrete Structures (3)
                                                        A continuation of MATH 1100 presenting an             An introductory course covering the mathematics
MKT-1300 Advertising (3)                                exploration of various aspects of mathematics         most used in the analysis of algorithms. Logic and
An introduction to the role and use of advertis-        including algebra, geometry, statistics, and prob-    proof covered with some emphasis on proof by
ing. Basic processes of planning, implementing,         ability. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in   induction. Counting, combinatorics, probability,
and controlling the advertising effort studied.         MATH 1100. (3 hrs lec)                                relations, discrete functions, and Boolean algebras
Consumer analysis, promotional objectives, media                                                              with applications to switching circuits covered.
selection, and evaluation represent major areas of      MATH-1400 College Algebra (4)                         Graph theory, machine arithmetic, and finite dif-
study. (3 hrs lec)                                      Course covers functions, matrices, polynomials,       ferencing techniques also introduced. Prerequisite:
                                                        logarithms, conic sections, counting, probabil-       A grade of “C-” or better in MATH 2200 or
MKT-2100 Principles of Marketing (3)                    ity, and series. Credit cannot be earned in both      MATH 2350. (3 hrs lec)
Covers management’s role in product planning,           MATH 1400 and MATH 1450. Prerequisite: A
pricing, distribution, and promotion of goods           grade of “C-” or better in MATH 0930 or place-        MATH-2310 Applied Differential Equations I (3)
and services. Emphasizes the application of the         ment at math level 3 within one year prior to         Students show mastery of solutions and applica-
marketing concept in current business practices.        enrollment. (4 hrs lec)                               tions of ordinary differential equations including a
Prerequisite: BADM 1000 or six hours of busi-                                                                 brief look at Laplace transforms. Students demon-
ness-related courses. (3 hrs lec)                       MATH-1405 Precalculus Trigonometry (3)                strate their understanding by completing a group
                                                        Course uses the functional approach to trigo-         project and presenting their results to Physical
                                                        nometry and covers computation, applications,         Science Division faculty. For students specializing
MATHEMATICS (MATH)                                      identities, inverse functions, complex numbers, and   in Engineering, Physical Science, and Mathemat-
                                                        the analytic geometry of trigonometric functions.     ics. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in
MATH-0900 Prealgebra (3)                                Credit cannot be earned in both MATH 1405             MATH 2205 and successful completion of at least
A course in basic skills including addition, subtrac-   and MATH 1450. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or       30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)
tion, multiplication, division of whole numbers,        better in MATH 1400 or placement at math level                                            Capstone Course
fractions, decimals, averages, exponents and roots,     4 within one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec)
percentages, ratios and proportions, and basic                                                                MATH-2345 Survey of Calculus (5)
algebra. (3 hrs lec)                                    MATH-1450 Precalculus Algebra and Trigo-              Students develop introductory level tools to apply
                                                        nometry (5)                                           calculus to the sciences. Students address limits,
MATH-0920 Beginning Algebra (5)                         Designed primarily for those students intending       derivatives, and integrals of functions of one or       Courses
Designed to provide a comprehensive review of           to take the MATH 2200-MATH 2210 sequence.             more variables with applications throughout. Stu-
the basic operations of algebra. Covers such topics     This course covers the topics from college algebra    dents may not receive credit in both MATH 2350
as signed numbers, laws of exponents, linear equa-      and precalculus trigonometry in one semester.         and MATH 2351 or MATH 2200. Prerequisite:
tions, and quadratic equations. Prerequisite: A         Student cannot receive credit in both MATH            A grade of “C-” or better in MATH 1400, or
grade of “C-” or better in MATH 0900 or place-          1450 and MATH 1400 or both MATH 1450 and              MATH 1450, or placement at math level 4 within
ment at math level 1 within one year prior to           MATH 1405. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or           one year prior to enrollment. (5 hrs lec)
enrollment. (5 hrs lec)                                 better in MATH 0930 or placement at math level                                                               0
                                                        3 within one year prior to enrollment. (5 hrs lec)    MATH-2350 Business Calculus (5)
MATH-0930 Intermediate Algebra (5)                                                                            Students develop introductory level tools to apply
Emphasis on algebraic manipulation. Covers               MATH-1510 Technical Mathematics I (3)                calculus to business. Students address limits,
such topics as linear and quadratic equations and       A comprehensive review of mathematic fun-             derivatives, and integrals of functions of one or
inequalities; graphs and functions; polynomial,         damentals and applications of algebra and             more variables with applications throughout.
rational, and radical expressions; logarithms, and      trigonometry to technology. Does not fulfill the      Students may not receive credit in both MATH
exponentials. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or          mathematics requirement for the AA and AS             2350 and MATH 2200. Prerequisite: A grade of
better in MATH 0920 or placement at math level          degrees. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in   “C-” or better in MATH 1400, or MATH 1450 or
2 within one year prior to enrollment. (5 hrs lec)      MATH 0900 or placement at math level 1 within         placement at math level 4 within one year prior to
                                                        one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec)             enrollment. (5 hrs lec)
          MATH-2355 Math Applications for Business (4)           rhythmic dictation. Involves learning of moveable       1290 or successful completion of MUSC 1290
          Students develop more advanced mastery of busi-        do solfege and basic conducting patterns. Should be     final exam requirements. (2 hrs lab)
          ness and economic applications of mathematics          taken in conjunction with MUSC 1030. (2 hrs lec)
          based on techniques covered in MATH 2350.                                                                      MUSC-1305 Guitar for the Elementary Teacher
          Students work with linear equations and program-       MUSC-1040 Written Theory II (3)                         (2)
          ming, probability and statistics, Markov processes     Students expand their knowledge of diatonic har-        This class is designed to give basic guitar skills to
          and game theory, plus complete a mandatory             mony and melody. Utilizing a computer, students         the elementary classroom teacher. The students
          computer-based spreadsheet component. Student          gain skills and understanding related to style anal-    will develop their guitar skills through the use of
          cannot receive credit for both MATH 1050 and           ysis, dominant and non-dominant seventh chords,         grade appropriate music provided by the instructor.
          MATH 2355. Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or            modulation, and two- and three-part harmonic            These songs and related activities will enrich the
          better in MATH 2350. (4 hrs lec)                       notation. This course takes a student through the       classroom and support state curriculum guidelines.
                                                                 classical period of harmony. Prerequisite: MUSC         Students provide their own guitar, but prior guitar
          MATH-2385 Research in the Life and Physical            1030. (3 hrs lec)                                       skills are not necessary. This class is most beneficial
          Sciences (3)                                                                                                   to Wyoming certified teachers and current pro-
          Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers      MUSC-1045 Aural Theory II (1)                           spective teachers. (2 hrs lec)
          students the opportunity to work with other stu-       Continuation of MUSC 1035 which includes
          dents interested in science disciplines. Students      do solfege, dictation, and conducting patterns.         MUSC-1310 Public School Music: Brass I (1)
          will develop individual projects within their dis-     Introduction to keyboard harmony and harmonic           Group instruction to prepare the student in the
          cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas      dictation. Prerequisite: MUSC 1035. (2 hrs lec)         fundamentals of teaching brass instruments in a
          and develop an appreciation for the commonality                                                                public school setting. Emphasizes performance,
          between scientific disciplines and the role of sci-    MUSC-1057 Introduction to Jazz (3)                      methods, and materials. (2 hrs lab)
          ence in society. Students will be expected to make     A survey of American Jazz Music from the turn
          a public presentation of their work. Prerequisite:     of the century to the present. Students become          MUSC-1325 Public School Music: Percussion (1)
          Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.     acquainted with basic jazz materials, styles, and the   Group instruction to prepare the student in the
          (3 hrs lec)                                            works of selected jazz Masters. (3 hrs lec)             fundamentals of teaching percussion instruments
                                              Capstone Course                                                            in a public school setting. Emphasizes perfor-
                                                                 MUSC-1080 Baritone Horn I (1-2)                         mance, methods, and materials. (2 hrs lab)
                                                                 MUSC-1090 Bassoon I (1-2)
          MOLECULAR BIOLOGY                                      MUSC-1100 Cello I (1-2)                                 MUSC-1340 Public School Music: Voice I (1)
                                                                 MUSC-1110 Clarinet I (1-2)                              Studies fundamentals of vocal production, vocal
          (MOLB)                                                 MUSC-1120 Double Bass I (1-2)                           literature, and its performance. For the student with
          MOLB-2210 General Microbiology (4)                     MUSC-1130 Flute I (1-2)                                 little previous formal voice training. (2 hrs lab)
          A study of bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses;     MUSC-1140 French Horn I (1-2)
          their morphology, physiology, classification, isola-   MUSC-1150 Guitar I (1-2)                                MUSC-1350 Public School Music: Woodwinds
          tion, and sterilization. Prerequisite: BIOL 1010 or    MUSC-1152 Bass Guitar I (1-2)                           (1)
          CHEM 1000. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)                      MUSC-1170 Oboe I (1-2)                                  Group instruction to prepare the student in the
                                                                 MUSC-1190 Percussion I (1-2)                            fundamentals of teaching woodwind instruments
                                                                 MUSC-1191 Percussion/Mallets I (1-2)                    in a public school setting. Emphasizes perfor-
                                                                 MUSC-1195 Latin Percussion I (1-2)                      mance, methods, and materials. (2 hrs lab)
          MUSIC (MUSC)                                           MUSC-1200 Piano I (1-2)
          MUSC-0200 Convocation                                  MUSC-1204 Jazz Piano I (1-2)                            MUSC-1378 College Band (1)
          An opportunity for students involved in applied        MUSC-1210 Saxophone I (1-2)                             Open to all students with experience on brass,
          music to perform for each other in a formal recital    MUSC-1220 Trombone I (1-2)                              woodwind, and percussion instruments. Ensemble
          setting. Usually meets once every two weeks. Must      MUSC-1230 Trumpet I (1-2)                               performs standard wind band repertoire. Member-
          be taken concurrently with applied music lessons.      MUSC-1240 Tuba I (1-2)                                  ship subject to director’s approval. May be repeated
          (1 hr lab)                                             MUSC-1250 Violin I (1-2)                                three times for credit. (3 hrs lab)
                                                                 MUSC-1260 Viola I (1-2)
          MUSC-1000 Introduction to Music (3)                    MUSC-1270 Voice I (1-2)                                 MUSC-1379 College Band for Percussion (1)
          An examination of musical style elements for           One 30-minute private lesson per week per credit        An opportunity for percussion students to perform
          aesthetic, expressive, and cultural meanings. Many     hour on an instrument or voice with a minimum           in a modern wind band setting. Students will be
          styles of music will be heard and analyzed. Devel-     preparation standard. Generally involves a public       exposed to and have the opportunity to perform
          ops informed, perceptive listeners. (3 hrs lec)        convocation recital performance, master classes,        band literature that is historically important. May
                                                                 and an end of semester performance jury. Students       be repeated three times for credit. (2 hrs lab)
          MUSC-1010 Music Fundamentals (2)                       specializing in music must be concurrently enrolled
          Students learn to read music. Includes notes,          in MUSC 0200. Max 8 credits. (5-10 hrs lec per          MUSC-1388 Jazz Combo I (1)
          rhythms, scales, intervals, triads, basic piano key-   semester, 5-10 hrs open lab)                            An ensemble which performs small group jazz
          board acquaintance, and simple performance. Does                                                               music. Emphasis on ensemble playing and indi-
          not require prior experience in music reading.         MUSC-1290 Class Piano I (1)                             vidual expression through improvisation. May be
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          Prepares the inexperienced student for MUSC            Group instruction for the beginner at the key-          repeated three times for credit. Prerequisite: Con-
          1030. (2 hrs lec)                                      board. First semester of a four-semester sequence.      sent of instructor. (2 hrs lab)
                                                                 Covers note reading, rhythm symbols, beginning
          MUSC-1030 Written Theory I (3)                         major scales, and chord progressions. Develops          MUSC-1390 Jazz Ensemble I (1)
          Students study diatonic harmony and melody.            finger control and hand independence. (2 hrs lab)       A 16-20 piece ensemble for brass, woodwind, and
          Utilizing computer programs, students acquire                                                                  rhythm players. Open to all students interested
          skills and a conceptual understanding of scales,       MUSC-1292 Class Guitar I (1)                            in performing contemporary jazz band literature.
  0     intervals, keys, triads, melodic organization, and     Trains the inexperienced student to play song           Members of the Jazz Ensemble I who are special-
          four-part chorale writing as well as musical analy-    accompaniments on the acoustic guitar. Stresses         izing in music must be enrolled in another major
          sis, composing melodies, and harmonizing with          ability to read chord tablature, perform with a vari-   ensemble. Members chosen by audition. May be
          primary and secondary triads. This course is the       ety of strums, and finger-pick. Introduces bergh        repeated three times for credit. (3 hrs lab)
          first of a four-semester theory sequence and is        chords. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
          designed to be taken in conjunction with MUSC                                                                  MUSC-1400 Collegiate Chorale (1)
          1035. (3 hrs lec)                                      MUSC-1295 Class Piano II (1)                            A non-auditioned choral performing ensemble
                                                                 Second semester continuation of skills acquired in      open to all student members of the college commu-
          MUSC-1035 Aural Theory I (1)                           MUSC 1290. Includes all major scales, prescribed        nity. The course goal involves individual vocal and
          Ear training through diatonic sight singing of         chord progressions, harmonization, transposition,       musical growth in a group performance context.
          melodies, scales and intervals, and melodic and        sightreading, and repertoire. Prerequisite: MUSC        May be repeated three times for credit. (2 hrs lab)
MUSC-1403 Vocal Jazz (1)                                 MUSC-1470 Woodwind Ensemble (1)                            MUSC-2065 Jazz Improvisation II (1)
A vocal ensemble specializing in jazz and popular        Woodwind ensembles offered depending on                    Continuation of MUSC 2060. Prerequisite: Con-
music performances, using a rhythm section as            instrumentation and interest of students. May be           sent of instructor. (2 hrs lab)
accompaniment. Members chosen by director’s              repeated three times for credit. Prerequisite: Con-
audition. May be repeated three times for credit.        sent of instructor.                                        MUSC-2071 Applied Music: Vocal and Instru-
(3 hrs lab)                                              (2 hrs lab)                                                mental (1-2)
                                                                                                                    Private lessons in voice or instrument for students
MUSC-1404 Master Chorale (1)                             MUSC-2025 World Music (3)                                  who have completed four semesters of study in voice
An adult choral performance ensemble. Through            Students learn strategies on how to listen to and          or in one instrument. Prerequisite: Four semesters
weekly, evening rehearsals, this group prepares and      compare the sound of various musical cultures.             of previous applied study. (.5 hr lec, 5 hrs open lab)
performs choral masterworks often in partner-            Students will also gain a deeper understanding
ship with the Northwest Civic Orchestra. One             for the local contexts of these musical expressions        MUSC-2080 Baritone Horn II (1-2)
complete concert repertoire covered each semester.       and how music carries meaning through complex              Prerequisite: MUSC 1080
Open to all singers without audition. May be             networks of signification (e.g., ethnic identity, race,    MUSC-2090 Bassoon II (1-2)
repeated three times for credit. (2 hrs lab)             class, political, religious, economic, historical, tech-   Prerequisite: MUSC 1090
                                                         nological, etc.). (3 hrs lec)                              MUSC-2100 Cello II (1-2)
MUSC-1410 Vocal Ensemble (1)                                                                                        Prerequisite: MUSC 1100
A 12-16 member vocal ensemble using an integra-          MUSC-2030 Written Theory III (3)                           MUSC-2110 Clarinet II (1-2)
tion of related arts (drama, dance, poetry, visual       A study of chromatic and contemporary har-                 Prerequisite: MUSC 1110
arts, etc.) in the performance of music from all         monic concepts. Emphasis placed on the analysis            MUSC-2120 Double Bass II (1-2)
periods and styles. Members chosen by audition.          of historical music and writing in contemporary            Prerequisite: MUSC 1120
May be repeated three times for credit. (3 hrs lab)      styles. Students expected to develop and practice          MUSC-2130 Flute II (1-2)
                                                         keyboard skills and use a computer for drill and           Prerequisite: MUSC 1130
MUSC-1415 Introduction to Music Technol-                 composition. Prerequisite: MUSC 1030, MUSC                 MUSC-2140 French Horn II (1-2)
ogy (3)                                                  1040. (3 hrs lec)                                          Prerequisite: MUSC 1140
Students will acquire an overview to a broad range                                                                  MUSC-2150 Guitar II (1-2)
of technology-based music applications and con-          MUSC-2035 Aural Theory III (1)                             Prerequisite: MUSC 1150
cepts including the properties of sound and sound        Class participation in the skills of melodic, har-         MUSC-2152 Bass Guitar II (1-2)
perception, microphone design and application,           monic and rhythmic dictation, and sight singing in         Prerequisite: MUSC 1152
live sound reinforcement and signal processing,          more chromatic styles. Prerequisite: MUSC 1045.            MUSC-2170 Oboe II (1-2)
digital audio recording, sound synthesis, and            (2 hrs lec)                                                Prerequisite: MUSC 1170
applications of the Musical Instrument Digital                                                                      MUSC-2190 Percussion II (1-2)
Interface (MIDI) protocol. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)        MUSC-2040 Written Theory IV (3)                            Prerequisite: MUSC 1190
                                                         A continuation of Written Theory III with addi-            MUSC-2191 Percussion/Mallets II (1-2)
MUSC-1420 Opera Theatre (2)                              tional study of counterpoint and writing in larger         Prerequisite: MUSC 1191
Students will produce and perform an opera. Stu-         musical forms. Prerequisite: MUSC 2030 and                 MUSC-2195 Latin Percussion II (1-2)
dents of all backgrounds, musical and otherwise,         successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.         Prerequisite: MUSC 1195
will define, refine and assign their talents to either   (3 hrs lec)                                                MUSC-2200 Piano II (1-2)
production or performance aspects of an opera.                                                                      Prerequisite: MUSC 1200
Students will accept specific assignments for the        MUSC-2045 Aural Theory IV (1)                              MUSC-2204 Jazz Piano II (1-2)
performance but will be involved in learning about       Includes work in error detection and diatonic              Prerequisite: MUSC 1204
all aspects of production. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)         keyboard harmony. Prerequisite: MUSC 2035. (2              MUSC-2210 Saxophone II (1-2)
                                                         hrs lec)                                                   Prerequisite: MUSC 1210
MUSC-1430 Symphony Orchestra (1)                                                                                    MUSC-2220 Trombone II (1-2)
An organization open to community members and            MUSC-2050 Historical Survey I (3)                          Prerequisite: MUSC 1220
students with experience on strings, brass, wood-        The history and literature of music from ancient           MUSC-2230 Trumpet II (1-2)
wind, and percussion instruments. Membership by          times through 1800 and the Classic era of the              Prerequisite: MUSC 1230
director’s approval. May be repeated three times         music of Western Civilization. Primarily traces the        MUSC-2240 Tuba II (1-2)
for credit. (3 hrs lab)                                  development of art music style in a historical and         Prerequisite: MUSC 1240
                                                         cultural context. In addition to a general overview        MUSC-2250 Violin II (1-2)
MUSC-1435 Audio Recording (3)                            of the literature, students analyze representative         Prerequisite: MUSC 1250
Students develop basic understanding of record-          works of each style period and compare Western             MUSC-2260 Viola II (1-2)
ing principles and techniques. Students examine          culture and its music with the music, values, beliefs,     Prerequisite: MUSC 1260
the principles of sound, the operation and main-         and attitudes of other world cultures. (3 hrs lec)         MUSC-2270 Voice II (1-2)
tenance of studio equipment, and the systems,                                                                       Prerequisite: MUSC 1270
operation, and protocol of the modern digital            MUSC-2055 Historical Survey II (3)                         One 30-minute private lesson per week per credit
recording studio. With tape-based recording as           The history and literature of the music of Western         hour on an instrument or voice with a minimum
a starting point, students progress through such         Civilization from 1800 to the present. Traces the          preparation standard. Generally involves a public
subjects as mixers, multi-track recording, effects       development of musical style in a historical and           convocation recital performance, master classes           Courses
processors, and microphones. Prerequisite: MUSC          cultural context. In addition to a general overview        and an end of semester performance jury. Students
1415. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                             of the literature of the Romantic and Modern eras,         specializing in music must be concurrently enrolled
                                                         students analyze representative works of each style        in MUSC 0200. Prerequisite: Two semester hours
MUSC-1450 Percussion Ensemble (1)                        period and compare Western Culture and its music           of MUSC 1080 through MUSC 1270 on the same
Percussion ensembles offered depending on                with the values, beliefs, and attitudes of American        instrument or voice. Max 8 credits. (5-10 hrs lec
instrumentation and interest of students. May be         music and culture among others. Prerequisite:              per semester, 5-10 hrs open lab)
repeated three times for credit. Prerequisite: Con-      Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.                                                                  0
sent of instructor.                                      (3 hrs lec)                                                MUSC-2290 Class Piano III (1)
(2 hrs lab)                                                                                   Capstone Course       Third semester of a four-semester sequence. Devel-
                                                                                                                    ops further piano skills. Involves prescribed scales,
MUSC-1460 Brass Ensemble (1)                             MUSC-2060 Jazz Improvisation I (1)                         harmonizations, chord progressions, transpositions,
Brass ensembles offered depending on instrumen-          Introduction to the skills necessary to create and         sightreading, and repertoire. Prerequisite: MUSC
tation and interest of students. May be repeated         perform jazz solos involving simple to complex             1295 or successful completion of MUSC 1295
three times for credit. Prerequisite: Consent of         chord progression, harmonic structures, and                final exam requirements. (2 hrs lab)
instructor.                                              rhythmic frameworks. Prerequisite: Consent of
(2 hrs lab)                                              instructor. (2 hrs lab)                                    MUSC-2292 Class Guitar II (1)
                                                                                                                    A more advanced course extending knowledge
          of open chords, bergh chords, and song accom-           preparation of MIDI material for presentation on          will be discussed. Various treatment modalities will
          paniments. Includes scales, arpeggios, blues            the World Wide Web. Prerequisite: MUSC 1415               be explored. Students will apply the nursing pro-
          progressions, lead patterns, and note reading. Pre-     and MUSC 1435. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                     cess when planning care for the client with unmet
          requisite: MUSC 1292. (.5 hr lec, 1 hr lab)                                                                       psychosocial needs. For Prerequisites and/or coreq-
                                                                                                                            uisites for this course, please consult the Nursing
          MUSC-2295 Class Piano IV (1)                            nURSInG (nRST)                                            Program Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs lec)
          Final semester of a four-semester sequence.
          May include learning simple accompaniments.             NRST-1000 Fundamentals of Nursing (3)                     NRST-1635 Mental Health Nursing for Practi-
          Designed to prepare the music major for piano           Students learn basic concepts of nursing such as          cal Nursing (2)
          proficiency exam upon transfer. Prerequisite:           caring, documentation, and teaching/learning. Stu-        Students learn contemporary psychiatric and
          MUSC 2290 or successful completion of MUSC              dents also gain an understanding of norms related         mental health nursing theories related to psychiat-
          2290 final exam requirements. May be repeated           to system assessment and client health status. Stu-       ric disorders. Students explore various treatments
          twice for credit. (2 hrs lab)                           dents are provided the theory, principles, and skills     modalities and apply the nursing process when
                                                                  necessary to provide nursing care that will meet          planning care for the client with unmet psycho-
          MUSC-2360 “Born to Lose”: The Cultural Nar-             unmet basic human needs of the client in the clini-       social needs. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites
          rative of Country Music (3)                             cal setting. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites        for this course, please consult the Nursing Program
          In this team-taught course, students examine            for this course, please consult the Nursing Program       Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs lec)
          American culture through the lens of country            Web site or your advisor. (2.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)
          music. Course surveys country music history from                                                                  NRST-1660 Basic Emergency Care (3)
          its roots to the present by examining recordings        NRST-1200 Medical Terminology (2)                         Students receive training in fundamentals of
          and music videos, attending concerts, reading and       Introduces the student to medical vocabulary and          emergency care. This course follows the U.S.
          discussing essays, presenting reviews, and synthe-      terminology. Stresses the use of prefixes, suffixes,      Department of Transportation (DOT) and
          sizing material in written reviews, essays, and final   word roots, and combined forms to give the stu-           advanced first aid outlines for the First Responder.
          projects. (3 hrs lec)                                   dent a working knowledge of medical terms. (2             This is an excellent course for students desiring to
                                                                  hrs lec)                                                  enter an Emergency Medical Technician Program.
          MUSC-2370 Rock and Roll - Its History and                                                                         Students may not receive credit in both NRST
          Culture (3)                                             NRST-1510 Nurse Assistant (4)                             1660 and HLED 1660. (3 hrs lec)
          This capstone course is designed to allow students      This course is designed to provide the student with
          to learn about and participate in one of the domi-      the basic theory, principles, and skills necessary to     NRST-1700 Nursing II (3)
          nant dialogues in American culture: rock and roll       provide basic patient care in the health care setting.    This course provides the theoretical framework for
          music. That is, during the course of the semester,      The student will be introduced to medical termi-          care of the adult client with unmet needs related
          we will examine American culture through the            nology as well as the role of the nursing assistant       to chronic illness. The nursing process is used in
          lens of rock and roll and explore the ramifications     in Home Health care. The student will be made             the planning of care. The focus is on the physi-
          of this relationship. Students will listen to music,    aware of how the State and Federal laws as well           ological, psychosocial, spiritual, developmental,
          read relevant social texts, and synthesize this mate-   as the policies and procedures of the institution         and cultural needs of the client. The students con-
          rial in written and spoken forms, culminating in        govern the practice of the nursing assistant. Special     tinually increase in their ability to think critically,
          a public presentation. Credit cannot be earned in       emphasis is placed on the role of the nursing assis-      communicate effectively, and act collaboratively.
          both AMST 2370 and MUSC 2370. Prerequisite:             tant in meeting the physical, psychosocial, mental,       Introduces students to the theory and skills nec-
          Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.      spiritual and cultural needs of the client/ resident.     essary to deliver intravenous therapy safely. For
          (3 hrs lec)                                             (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab/clinical)                           Prerequisites and/or corequisites for this course,
                                               Capstone Course                                                              please consult the Nursing Program Web site or
                                                                  NRST-1540 Nursing I (4)                                   your advisor. (3 hrs lec, .5 hr lab)
          MUSC-2385 Theme House: Music (2)                        Students are introduced to the roles, functions,
          An experience of living and working together in         heritage, and scope of Professional Nursing includ-       NRST-1705 Clinical Experience I for Practical
          an intentional, musical community. Four to eight        ing the basic concepts of caring, documentation,          Nursing (2)
          selected students live together at Trapper Village      communication, teaching/learning, critical think-         Students complete clinical experiences through
          West working on service goals, practical teaching       ing, problem solving, and the nursing process             which they learn the eight roles of the Practical
          experiences, and group and individual musical           applying those principles to the norms of system          Nurse. Students begin to use critical thinking as
          expression. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1     assessment and client health status. The student is       they apply the systematic stages of the nursing
          hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                                      provided the theory, principles, and skills necessary     process to assist the RN in planning safe, compe-
                                                                  to assess, plan, provide, and evaluate nursing care       tent, and individualized care to meet actual basic
          MUSC-2435 Advanced Audio Recording (3)                  to clients in varied clinical settings. (3.5 hrs lec, 1   human unmet needs. Students begin to manage
          Students advance their recording skills through a       hr lab)                                                   the care of one or two client(s) with well-defined
          project-based curriculum. Students use the com-                                                                   health problems. For Prerequisites and/or coreq-
          puter to create an integrated recording, editing,       NRST-1580 Introduction to Medication                      uisites for this course, please consult the Nursing
          and mixing environment extending into the areas         Administration (2)                                        Program Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs clinical)
          of digital mastering, signal processing, and post       Students learn to perform basic drug calculations
          production. Students explore the compact disc as        and administer medication by all routes, excluding        NRST-1710 Clinical Experience I (2)
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          a presentation and archiving medium through the         intravenous administration, in a safe and compe-          This clinical experience introduces students to the
          development of a personal CD project. Prerequi-         tent manner following the six rights of medication        roles of the Associate Degree Nurse, namely Role
          site: MUSC 1415 and MUSC 1435, and successful           administration. Students review basic arithmetic          as Provider of Care, Role as Manager of Care, and
          completion of at least 30 credit hours. (2 hrs lec,     principles, build upon these principles, and acquire      a Member of the Profession of Nursing. The stu-
          2 hrs lab)                                              the ability to convert between the metric, apoth-         dents begin to use critical thinking as they apply
                                              Capstone Course     ecary, and household systems of measurement.              the systematic stages of the nursing process to plan
                                                                  Calculation of dosages using the formula method,          and provide safe, competent, and individualized
  0     MUSC-2440 MIDI (3)                                      ration, and proportion and dimensional analysis           care to treat client response to actual, unmet needs.
          Students learn the principles and techniques of         will be used to determine medication dosages.             The students begin to manage the care of one or
          MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)             Calculation for continuous IV therapy will also be        two client(s) who have well-defined health prob-
          and its uses in music composition, recording, and       addressed. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for      lems. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for this
          arrangement. After exploring basic theory, Digital      this course, please consult the Nursing Program           course, please consult the Nursing Program Web
          Audio Workstations are used so students develop         Web site or your advisor. (1.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)         site or your advisor. (2 hrs clinical)
          familiarity with elements of computer MIDI
          technology as they relate to sequencing, sound          NRST-1630 Mental Health Nursing (2)                       NRST-1720 Clinical Experience II (4)
          synthesis, non-linear recording and editing, and        This course introduces the students to contem-            This course provides students with the opportunity
          computer mixing. Emphasis will be placed on post        porary psychiatric and mental health nursing.             to apply theory and skills practiced in the labora-
          production practices in scoring (notation) and the      Common theories related to psychiatric disorders          tory setting to direct client care in the client care
setting. The students increase in their ability to use   needed for care of the adult client with unmet            transition to the role of Registered Nurse. For
critical thinking and assessment skills as they use      needs related to acute illness. The student contin-       Prerequisites and/or corequisites for this course,
the nursing process to plan and implement care for       ues to increase in their ability to think critically in   please consult the Nursing Program Web site or
their assigned clients. The focus is on the unmet        planning care for clients with acute illness using        your advisor. (5 hrs clinical)
physiological, psychosocial, spiritual, develop-         the nursing process. The focus of care is on the
mental, and cultural needs of clients experiencing       physiological, psychosocial, spiritual, developmen-       NRST-2750 Nursing IV (2)
alterations of mental health or a chronic disease        tal, and cultural needs of the client. The students       Students acquire the perspectives of nursing in the
process. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for       will obtain the knowledge and skills needed to            community, integrate those perspectives with all
this course, please consult the Nursing Program          administer IV medications safely. For Prerequisites       other care arenas of the profession and complete a
Web site or your advisor. (4 hrs clinical)               and/or corequisites for this course, please consult       comprehensive review addressing all levels of nurs-
                                                         the Nursing Program Web site or your advisor. (3          ing knowledge, patient assessment, care planning,
NRST-1735 Clinical Experience II for Practical           hrs lec)                                                  delivery, and care evaluation. The course is the final
Nursing (4)                                                                                                        integration of all clinical experiences and nursing
Students apply theory and skills practiced in the        NRST-2605 Maternal Child Nursing for Practi-              course didactics intended to ultimately prepare
laboratory setting to direct client care in the acute    cal Nursing (3)                                           the graduate for entry level practice as a nurse. (2
care and mental health setting. Students increase        Students begin to apply the nursing process in            hrs lec)
their ability to use critical thinking and assessment    meeting the unmet basic human needs of the
skills as they use the nursing process to assist the     childbearing family. The focus is on the normal           NRST-2755 Geriatrics Practicum (5)
RN to plan and implement care for their assigned         pregnancy, delivery, and post-partum period.              Students apply theory and skills practiced in the
clients. The focus is on the unmet physiological,        Students develop an understanding of health pro-          laboratory setting to direct client care in the long-
psychosocial, spiritual, developmental, and cultural     motion within the context of normal growth and            term care setting. Students increase their ability to
needs of clients experiencing alterations of mental      development from newborn to adolescence. For              use critical thinking and assessment skills as they
health or a stable acute disease process. For Pre-       Prerequisites and/or corequisites for this course,        use the nursing process to plan and implement
requisites and/or corequisites for this course, please   please consult the Nursing Program Web site or            care for their assigned clients. The focus is on the
consult the Nursing Program Web site or your             your advisor. (3 hrs lec)                                 unmet physiological, psychosocial, spiritual, devel-
advisor. (4 hrs clinical)                                                                                          opmental, and cultural needs of the geriatric client.
                                                         NRST-2615 Nursing Care of the Adult II for                For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for this
NRST-1745 Nursing Care of Adult I for Practi-            Practical Nursing (3)                                     course, please consult the Nursing Program Web
cal Nursing (4)                                          Students acquire a theoretical framework for              site or your advisor. (5 hrs clinical)
Students acquire a theoretical framework for care        care of the adult client with unmet basic human
of the adult client with unmet basic human needs         needs related to selective acute illnesses. Students      NRST-2760 Leadership Management (2)
related to chronic illness. The nursing process is       continue to increase their ability to think critically    This course introduces the students to principles
used in the planning of care. The focus of care is       in planning care for clients with a stable acute          and theories of leadership and management that
on the psychosocial, spiritual, developmental, and       illness using the nursing process. The focus of care      will help prepare them to assume the roles as pro-
cultural needs of the client. Students develop skills    is on the psychosocial, spiritual, developmental,         vider of care, manager of care, and member of the
in critical thinking, effective communication, and       and cultural needs of the client. For Prerequisites       profession of nursing. Leadership/ management
collaboration. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites     and/or corequisites for this course, please consult       topics relating to communication with others,
for this course, please consult the Nursing Program      the Nursing Program Web site or your advisor. (3          change, conflict resolution, delegation of care, and
Web site or your advisor. (3.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)        hrs lec)                                                  nursing care delivery systems will be covered. There
                                                                                                                   is an in-depth discussion of nursing practice and
NRST-1980 Practical Nursing Role Explora-                NRST-2620 Maternal Child Nursing I (2)                    the law. Current trends and issues in nursing will
tion (1)                                                 This course introduces the student to the applica-        be explored. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites
Students explore the legal and ethical responsibili-     tion of the nursing process in meeting the unmet          for this course, please consult the Nursing Program
ties of the Licensed Practical Nurse as well as the      needs of the child bearing family from ante-              Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs lec)
role the Licensed Practical Nurse plays within the       partum care through post-partum care. The focus                                               Capstone Course
health care setting and in the community. Students       is on the normal pregnancy and delivery. The stu-
learn about current trends in nursing and job            dent will develop an understanding of the health          NRST-2770 Maternal Child Nursing II (2)
opportunities available to the Licensed Practical        promotion within the context of normal human              This course provides the students with the
Nurse. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for         growth and development from newborn through               theoretical framework needed for the care of the
this course, please consult the Nursing Program          adolescence. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites        client and family experiencing complications of
Web site or your advisor. (1 hr lec)                     for this course, please consult the Nursing Program       pregnancy, labor, delivery, and during the post-
                                                         Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs lec)                     partum. It also provides the theoretical framework
NRST-2500 Role Transition - Practical Nursing                                                                      for the planning of care for the newborn at risk
to Registered Nursing (2)                                NRST-2730 Clinical Experience III (5)                     and the pediatric client experiencing illness. The
(Summer Semester Only, All Years) Designed               This course provides the students with the oppor-         students will use critical thinking skills while using
to assist the Licensed Practical Nurse who will          tunity to apply theory to direct client care in           the nursing process to plan care for these clients.
enter the second year of the nursing program by          the clinical setting. As the students continue to         The focus will be on the physical, psychological,
advanced placement. Prerequisite: Completion             improve their critical thinking and assessment            sociocultural, and spiritual needs of the clients and
of admission criteria for advanced placement. (2         skills, there will be an increase in the students’        families. For Prerequisites and/or corequisites for       Courses
hrs lec)                                                 ability to plan care using the nursing process. The       this course, please consult the Nursing Program
                                                         focus is on the unmet physiological, psychosocial,        Web site or your advisor. (2 hrs lec)
NRST-2545 Geriatric Nursing (1)                          spiritual, developmental, and cultural needs of the
Students acquire the theoretical framework for care      acute care client, the child bearing family, and the      NRST-2810 Basic Coronary Care (2)
of the adult client with unmet basic human needs         developing child. For Prerequisites and/or coreq-         Provides instruction in basic electrocardiographic
related to chronic illness in the long-term care         uisites for this course, please consult the Nursing       interpretation. Focuses on the recognition of basic
setting. The nursing process is used in the planning     Program Web site or your advisor. (5 hrs clinical)        cardiac rhythm disturbances, treatment, and nurs-        0
of care. The focus of care is on the psychosocial,                                                                 ing management. Prerequisite: ZOO 2010 and
spiritual, developmental, and cultural needs of the      NRST-2740 Clinical Experience IV (5)                      ZOO 2020. (2 hrs lec)
client. Students continually increase in their ability   This course provides the students with the oppor-
to think critically, communicate effectively, and act    tunity to apply theory to direct care of the client       NRST-2820 Introduction to Pharmacology (2)
collaboratively. For Prerequisites and/or coreq-         in the clinical setting. Students use their critical      This course introduces the student to the concepts
uisites for this course, please consult the Nursing      thinking and assessment skills to plan care, using        of basic pharmacology and the nursing manage-
Program Web site or your advisor. (1 hr lec)             the nursing process, for clients, families, groups,       ment of drug therapy. It includes examination of
                                                         and the community. The students, under the                the body systems and the related drug therapy
NRST-2600 Nursing III (3)                                direction of preceptors, assume the role of nurse         within each system. It explores the basic drug
This course provides the theoretical framework           manager in the clinical setting to prepare for their      groups, key similarities and differences among
          drugs in each group and the nursing care for each        practice in search techniques and technical rescue.     PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)
          group utilizing the nursing process. Emphasis is         This course is designed for the novice law enforce-
          placed on the mechanism of action for each group,        ment officer, search and rescue responder, or           PHIL-1000 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
          its therapeutic use, adverse effects and dosages.        wilderness medic. Prerequisite: Current First Aid       Surveys methods and concerns expressed in the
          Prerequisite: Successful completion of ZOO 2010          and CPR Certificate or concurrent enrollment in         study and use of epistemology, ethics, metaphysics,
          and ZOO 2020. (2 hrs lec)                                HLED 1225. (2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                       and aesthetics. Provides philosophical answers to
                                                                                                                           questions of how and what people can know about
                                                                   OEPR-1610 Outdoor Recreation Activities (1)             themselves and the world around them, and how
                                                                   Students are introduced to a variety of outdoor         they can solve problems, think creatively, and find
          OUTDOOR EDUCATIOn                                                                                                meaning for their lives. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                   related activities such as rock climbing, orienteer-
          – ACTIVITY (OEAC)                                        ing, hiking/backpacking, kayaking, spelunking,
          OEAC-1100 Outdoor Living Skills: Desert (2)              biking, rappelling, logistics for overnight camping,    PHIL-2200 Social and Political Philosophy (3)
          Acquaints the student with safe and conservation-        and basic equipment maintenance. (1 hr lec)             An examination of the answers philosophers give
          ally sound backpacking skills. Special emphasis on                                                               to questions about human nature, the rationales
          techniques adapted to the desert environment. Five       OEPR-1620 Challenge Course Facilitation (2)             which can be developed for different kinds of
          days continuous. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                   This course is designed to introduce students to        government and societies, and the ways in which
                                                                   the facilitation techniques, group dynamics, and        moral decisions are made. Concludes with a survey
          OEAC-1150 Outdoor Living Skills: Mountain                leadership of the High Ropes Challenge Course.          of ethical issues confronting contemporary indi-
          (1)                                                      Emphasis will be placed on setup, safety, rescue,       viduals and groups in America. (3 hrs lec)
          Acquaints the student with safe and conservation-        maintenance, and design. Prerequisite: OEPR
          ally sound backpacking skills. Special emphasis on       1100. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)                             PHIL-2311 Philosophy of Religion (3)
          techniques adapted to the mountain environment.                                                                  A comparison of the answers which the major
          Five days continuous. (1 hr lec, 1 hr lab)               OEPR-1720 Advanced Rock Climbing (2)                    religions of the world provide to metaphysical ques-
                                                                   This course is designed to teach students proper        tions about the origin, destiny, and purpose of the
          OEAC-1170 Introduction to Mountaineering (2)             Institutional Top-Rope Rock Climbing Site               earth and its inhabitants. Also examines the history,
          Introduces students to safe travel in the mountains.     Management. Emphasis will be placed on anchor           practices, and ethics of these religions. (3 hrs lec)
          Emphasis will be placed on proper physical con-          building, safety concerns and managing a group
          ditioning, safety, nutrition, equipment, mountain        at a rock climbing area. Prerequisite: Successful       PHIL-2420 Critical Thinking (3)
          travel and navigation. Requires intense physical         completion of PEAC 1287. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)          Introduces the student to rhetorical and scientific
          activity including an extended field experience.                                                                 methods of critical thinking, definition, argument
          (1.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)                                  OEPR-2100 Outdoor Education Practicum (2)               formulation, and logical analysis. Applications of
                                                                   Students gain practical experience in one or more       logic and reasoning drawn from a wide variety of
                                                                   of the following: teaching outdoor pursuits, con-       sources. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                   ducting adventure activities, leading expeditions,
          OUTDOOR EDUCATIOn                                        and managing adventure education resources.
          – PROFESSIOnAL (OEPR)                                    Students present course content in actual teach-        PHOTOGRAPHIC
                                                                   ing settings and/or perform related educational
          OEPR-1100 Introduction to Adventure Educa-
                                                                   functions. Includes lesson and program planning,
                                                                                                                           COMMUnICATIOnS
          tion (2)
          Students acquire training in the philosophy, skills,
                                                                   evaluation, and outdoor leadership development.         (PHTO)
                                                                   Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 30
          applications, and programming of Adventure                                                                       PHTO-1500 35mm Camera (1)
                                                                   credit hours. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
          Education. These concepts can be applied in vari-                                                                Introduces the beginning photographer to the
          ous educational settings such as the public schools,                                                             operation of automatic and manual 35 mm
                                                                   OEPR-2110 NOLS Rocky Mountain Outdoor
          institutions for special populations, corporate insti-                                                           cameras, as well as providing instruction in basic
                                                                   Education (4)
          tutions, and organized camps. (2 hrs lec, .5 hr lab)                                                             photographic techniques such as lighting, selection
                                                                   The NOLS Rocky Mountain Outdoor Education
                                                                                                                           of film, and principles of composition. (1 hr lec)
                                                                   course prepares graduates to demonstrate safe,
          OEPR-1200 Winter Outdoor Survival (1)
                                                                   competent, responsible, and ethical outdoor leader-
          Designed to prepare outdoorsmen and travelers                                                                    PHTO-1510 35mm Images (1)
                                                                   ship skills. These skills include outdoor teaching
          for crisis situations that occur during winter. With                                                             This course is designed to help students apply
                                                                   techniques, wilderness camping and travel, safety
          preparedness as a primary goal, examines hazards                                                                 the techniques and knowledge gained in 35mm
                                                                   management planning, expedition behavior model-
          of winter environment. Involves several evening                                                                  Camera. The same hands-on approach will be
                                                                   ing, providing effective oral and written feedback,
          lectures and two weekend excursions. (1 hr lec)                                                                  used. Students bring prints, negatives, and/or slides
                                                                   and expedition planning. This course is taught by
                                                                                                                           to class for viewing and critique of settings used,
                                                                   National Outdoor Leadership faculty and requires
          OEPR-1250 River Guide Skills (2)                                                                                 selection of subject matter, composition, and light-
                                                                   21 continuous days in the field. Students must
          Through direct experience, students learn to guide                                                               ing. A final portfolio will be required. Prerequisite:
                                                                   register both at Northwest College and at the
          white water and gain an understanding of the                                                                     PHTO 1500. (1 hr lec)
                                                                   National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander.
          riparian environment. Students integrate informa-
                                                                   This course is not approved as a wellness credit. (2
          tion from areas of outdoor education and natural                                                                 PHTO-1540 Beginning Digital Photography (3)
                                                                   hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          science. (2 hrs lec)                                                                                             Intended for the non-photo major, this course
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                                                                                                                           introduces beginning photography with an
                                                                   OEPR-2200 Outdoor Program and Administra-
          OEPR-1550 Introduction to Recreation (3)                                                                         emphasis on theories, tools and practices of digital
                                                                   tion (3)
          Students study the principles and philosophies                                                                   imaging and the hardware and software used with
                                                                   This course is designed to introduce the policies
          of recreation in the outdoors. This course covers                                                                this medium. By the end of this course, students
                                                                   and procedures of running an outdoor educa-
          topics including trends in recreation, agencies pro-                                                             will be familiar with digital darkroom techniques,
                                                                   tion/ recreation program. Emphasis is placed on
          viding programming, employment opportunities                                                                     digital camera, scanners, scanning and file formats,
                                                                   risk management, logistics, staffing, and program
  0     in the recreation field and the future of recreation
                                                                   development. Prerequisite: Successful completion
                                                                                                                           image editing programs, printers and related
          in the United States. Students will look at histori-                                                             materials and accessories. Students will also take
                                                                   of at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)
          cal trends in recreation and how it has evolved                                                                  virtual field trips to galleries and museums to look
                                                                                                         Capstone Course
          throughout time and within different cultures both                                                               at collections. (3 hrs lec)
          in the Americas and the world. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                   OEPR-2250 Outdoor Leadership (3)
                                                                                                                           PHTO-1550 Outdoor Photography Seminar (2)
                                                                   Students acquire a theoretical and practical foun-
          OEPR-1600 Basic Search and Rescue (3)                                                                            Emphasis on field photography. Lighting, compo-
                                                                   dation for leadership in the outdoor setting. The
          Students gain practical experience in personal                                                                   sition, and technical aspects of outdoor and nature
                                                                   course will be presented both in and out of the
          preparedness, search and rescue equipment and                                                                    photography studied in intensive weekend format.
                                                                   classroom giving students the knowledge and
          technology, emergency response and packaging                                                                     Critique of student work and marketing informa-
                                                                   skills, combined with hands-on practice, to develop
          victims for transport in all types of settings, and                                                              tion included. May be repeated once for credit. (1
                                                                   themselves as outdoor leaders. (3 hrs lec)
          search and rescue incident management. Includes                                                                  hr lec, 2 hrs lab)
PHTO-1600 Survey of Photography (3)                     trends in digital media such as the World Wide           PHTO-2720 Professional Portfolio II (4)
Students acquire an overview of photography from        Web and CD-ROM formats. Prerequisite: PHTO               A continuation of Professional Portfolio I. Stu-
its early practitioners to contemporary photogra-       2350. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                              dent learns independent production in a selected
phers and the history of photographic processes.                                                                 area of photographic interest. This selected inter-
Students study the history of specific photographic     PHTO-2510 Studio Illustration I (3)                      est represents the student’s specialty in seeking
eras and participate in the creation of photographs     Develops knowledge and skills in producing               employment. Only for students seeking an AAS
using same or similar processes from that specific      creative images in the field of studio illustration.     in Photographic Communications. Prerequisite:
historical period. (3 hrs lec)                          Places major emphasis on photographic styles             Completion of PHTO 2710 with a “C” or better
                                                        and table top product work. Covers studio and            and successful completion of at least 30 credit
PHTO-1610 Introduction to Photography (4)               color lab management as part of the interaction          hours. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
Designed as an introductory photography course          and insight a photographer must have to func-                                                Capstone Course
offering practice and experience in mechanical and      tion in this environment. Discusses these topics
creative functions of the medium with emphasis          with a priority on business practices. Prerequisite:     PHTO-2740 Digital Color Photography (3)
on technical skills and procedures. Introduces basic    Completion of PHTO 1630 with a “C” or better.            Students acquire knowledge and skills related to
mechanical principles of the camera and darkroom,       (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                                    traditional color photography and digital photo-
enforcing good habits as students learn film and                                                                 graphic techniques. Projects will be photographed
print development techniques. Successful comple-        PHTO-2520 Studio Illustration II (3)                     in color utilizing both color negative and positive
tion contributes to a strong foundation for further     Students learn to approach, identify, and solve          film. The majority of assignments are photo-
study in advanced photography courses. (2 hrs lec,      creative photographic problems for consumer              graphed using traditional cameras and film, while
4 hrs lab)                                              advertising. Emphasis given to advanced tech-            most of the prints are made using computer and
                                                        niques in lighting for food, still life, catalogs, and   professional-level digital printers. Several assign-
PHTO-1630 View Camera and Basic Lighting (4)            editorial illustrations. Prerequisite: Completion        ments cover the tools and techniques used to
Introduces the 4 x 5 view camera and skills to          of PHTO 2510 with a “C” or better. (1 hr lec, 4          create images for multimedia and the Web. Stu-
control proper perspective of the image and basic       hrs lab)                                                 dents learn historic processes plus color theory and
lighting. Explores the use of tools with studio                                                                  technique. Creativity and an expressive use of color
assignments and proper exposure and developing          PHTO-2610 Commercial Portrait I (3)                      photography are stressed as well as proficiency in
techniques. Stresses creativity and expressive use of   Introduces basic portrait techniques, both in the        camera and digital color processes. Prerequisite:
photographic instruments. Investigates current and      studio and in outdoor environmental settings.            Completion of PHTO 2510 or PHTO 2610 with
historical trends in the imaging industry and issues    Students explore basic portraiture with emphasis         a “C” or better. (3 hrs lec)
of ethics in photography. Prerequisite: Completion      in utilizing classical studio lighting techniques,
of PHTO 1610 with a “C” or better. (2 hrs lec, 4        subject communication skills, and posing and             PHTO-2760 Introduction to Digital Multime-
hrs lab)                                                clothing choices for consumer portraiture. Prereq-       dia (3)
                                                        uisite: Completion of PHTO 1630 with a “C” or            Introduces the creation and application of multi-
PHTO-2165 Issues in Web Design (3)                      better. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                            media. Course offers an overview of multimedia
Lectures, research, and discourse in designing for                                                               tools, terminology, and techniques for the develop-
the web. Topics include planning, design princi-        PHTO-2620 Commercial Portrait II (3)                     ment of interactive multimedia projects. Utilizes
ples, site architecture, site design, web typography,   A continuation of Commercial Portrait I. Exam-           extensive hands-on experience using hardware and
editorial style and references, color and graphic       ines advanced posing and lighting techniques             software to mold an idea into a well-thought-out
formats, multimedia applications, data-driven           through studio and on-location portraiture.              interactive experience. Prerequisite: Completion of
graphics, publishing, publicizing, and maintaining      Students apply portrait techniques to special prob-      PHTO 2650 with a “C” or better. (3 hrs lec)
a website. Homework will include designing a web        lems. Prerequisite: Completion of PHTO 2610
site which illustrates these concepts. This course      with a “C” or better. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)              PHTO-2765 Photographic and Digital Preser-
will benefit anyone who currently produces web                                                                   vation (4)
pages, from the dabbler to the professional. Credit     PHTO-2650 Digital Imaging I (3)                          Students learn the necessary technical skills and
cannot be earned in both PHTO 2165 and ART              Course explores digital photography and creative         aesthetic sensibilities required for a professional
2165. (3 hrs lec)                                       computer enhancement of photographs through              career in digital preservation and restoration.
                                                        the use of the Macintosh computer and Adobe              Ethics of digital imaging restoration will be
PHTO-2350 Media Photography (3)                         Photoshop software. Covers a variety of input            stressed throughout the entire course. Prerequisite:
Reviews the history of media photography and            devices including the digital camera and reflec-         Successful completion of PHTO 1600, PHTO
emphasizes intensive practical photographic             tive and transmission scanners. Stresses digital         1610 and PHTO 2650 or consent of instructor.
experience utilizing a variety of news photogra-        darkroom techniques along with computerized              (3.5 hrs lec, 1 hr lab)
pher techniques. Topics include advanced camera         retouching and enhancement of traditionally gen-
techniques, the photo essay, page layout, newspaper     erated photographic prints. (3 hrs lec)                  PHTO-2960 Photo Field Studies: (2)
and magazine photojournalism styles, and current                                                                 Students will have the opportunity for extensive
trends in digital media photography. Prerequisite:      PHTO-2660 Web Page Design (3)                            travel, internationally or domestically, providing
Completion of PHTO 1610 with a “C” or better.           Students learn technical skills and procedures for       a view of travel photography through intensive
(1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                                   Web page development and design with emphasis            study in the field. Creativity and expressive use of
                                                        on advanced Photoshop and Go Live techniques.            photographic tools will be stressed. Prerequisite:
PHTO-2385 Theme House: Photography (2)                  Students gain experience in developing images,           Consent of instructor. (1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab)            Courses
Theme House course participants will produce            sound, video, design, and graphics for a Web site
personal and/or group projects involving elements       on the Internet. Prerequisite: Completion of
of public presentation and/or community service.        PHTO 2650 with a “C” or better. (3 hrs lec)              PHYSICAL EDUCATIOn
Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 15
credit hours and consent of instructor. (1 hr lec, 2    PHTO-2710 Professional Portfolio I (4)                   – ACTIVITY (PEAC)
hrs lab)                                                An introduction to the photographic portfolio for        PEAC-1015 Beginning Scuba (1)
                                                        the photography student. A survey of portfolios                                                                 
                                                                                                                 An introduction to the underwater world. Involves
PHTO-2450 Media Photography II (3)                      introduces the student to developing a personal          classroom and pool instruction. Special equipment
Students acquire an in-depth, intensive, practical      portfolio needed for seeking employment. Pho-            usage fee required. (1 hr lec, 1 hr lab)
photographic experience and skills used by a range      tographic problems and assignments relative
of publishing media such as newspapers, maga-           to student’s experience. Photographic careers            PEAC-1030 Dance Aerobics (.5)
zines, books, and the Web. As a primary emphasis        explored and discussed. Only for students seeking        An exercise form designed to condition the cardio-
of the class, students produce photographic stories     an AAS in Photographic Communication. Prereq-            vascular and skeletal systems. Combines patterned
as well as design story layouts. Students learn         uisite: Completion of PHTO 1630 with a “C” or            routines and stretching to lively music. (.5 hr lec,
advanced camera techniques, including flash and         better, and concurrent enrollment in PHTO 2510           .5 hr lab)
use of color. Projects will provide practical and       and PHTO 2610. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
ethical approaches to spot news, sports, and current
          PEAC-1037 Fitness Walking (.5)                           niques, uphill and downhill skiing, equipment             PEAC-1300 Social Dance (1)
          Students will develop an understanding of equip-         selection, and preparation and organization for           Students are introduced to international style ball-
          ment, technique and health issues associated with        light touring. Some emphasis on skating tech-             room dancing such as cha cha, rumba, jive, samba,
          walking. Students will develop a structured routine      nique. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                             waltz, tango, foxtrot, and salsa. There will be some
          of walking for fitness. This course is designed to                                                                 emphasis on social skills, history, dance terminol-
          accommodate persons of advanced age and others           PEAC-1260 Beginning Volleyball (.5)                       ogy, and performance. (2 hrs lab)
          with diverse abilities. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)           Introduces elements of passing, setting, offensive
                                                                   and defensive net play, serving, and game strategy.       PEAC-1302 Intermediate Yoga (.5)
          PEAC-1045 Kickboxing (.5)                                Some emphasis on hitting skills. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr        Students learn a modern approach of applying
          Introduces a fitness program which combines basic        lab)                                                      some of the ancient techniques of yoga to enhance
          low-impact aerobic moves with the fundamentals                                                                     “wellness” and “well-being.” Students will progress
          of self-defense and kickboxing. Emphasis is placed       PEAC-1264 Beginning Softball (.5)                         from basic to more advanced yoga postures (asana),
          on correct technique and execution of all kickbox-       Introduces skills of throwing, catching, pitching,        breathing techniques (pranayma), and meditation
          ing basic moves. Designed to provide maximum             fielding, batting, base running, infield play, and        techniques (dhyana). Prerequisite: PEAC 1294 or
          cardiovascular benefits, muscular endurance, speed       offensive and defensive strategy. Some emphasis on        consent of instructor. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)
          and agility, in addition to balance and flexibility      rules of play and score keeping. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)
          and mind/body integration. (.5 hr lec, . 5 hr lab)                                                                 PEAC-1303 Intermediate Bowling (.5)
                                                                   PEAC-1265 Floor Hockey (.5)                               Students will review the fundamentals of bowling
          PEAC-1046 Beginning Pilates (.5)                         Introduces skills of passing, shooting, goalkeeping,      and be introduced to more advanced skills and
          Students are introduced to the Pilates method of         advancing the puck, and strategies for offensive          lane strategy. Instruction includes analysis of faults,
          body conditioning. Pilates mat work emphasizes           and defensive play. Some emphasis on officiating.         advanced drills, and more advanced techniques for
          core musculature as it applies to everyday move-         (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                                    the hook. Prerequisite: PEAC 1253 or consent of
          ment. The course focuses on developing core                                                                        instructor. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)
          strength, posture, breath control, body alignment,       PEAC-1273 Weight Training/Conditioning (.5)
          and flexibility. Benefits include balance, body aware-   Introduces elements of grip, proper form and              PEAC-1560 Beginning Orienteering (.5)
          ness, relaxation, injury prevention, stress reduction,   breathing, specific muscle group training, and            This course is designed to acquaint the student
          and increased self-confidence. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)    circuit and strength training. Lifting technique          with the map and compass techniques including
                                                                   emphasized. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                        triangulation, contours, declination, bearings, and
          PEAC-1048 Intermediate Kickboxing (.5)                                                                             land navigation. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)
          An intermediate cardiovascular endurance activ-          PEAC-1278 Taekwondo I (.5)
          ity that combines boxing, kickboxing, aerobics,          A discipline in Korean martial arts emphasizing           PEAC-1600 Ice Climbing (.5)
          and physical conditioning exercises. This course is      physical, mental, and character development of            This course is designed to acquaint the student
          for students who desire to increase cardiovascular       the individual. Course guides beginners through           with the basic techniques, equipment and ethics of
          fitness, flexibility, and muscular endurance in an       stretching exercises, basic stances and techniques,       Technical Ice Climbing. The emphasis is on route
          aerobic format that uses kicking, jumping, and           and introduces the history and philosophy of Tae-         selection, safety, and staying warm and comfortable
          boxing movements integrated with a five-eight            kwondo. (. 5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                           in the cold environment. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)
          inch step. Emphasis is on safe exercise progression
          and technique in a format utilizing aerobic kick-        PEAC-1281 Beginning Casting and Angling (.5)
          boxing. Prerequisite: PEAC 1045 or consent of            Introduces students to fly-fishing in one of the          PHYSICAL EDUCATIOn
          instructor. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                       most outstanding settings for angling in the
                                                                   world. Combines lecture sessions with field trips         – PROFESSIOnAL (PEPR)
          PEAC-1050 Beginning Tennis (.5)                          to expose students to many facets of fly-fish-            PEPR-1005 Introduction to Physical Educa-
          Introduces techniques of grip, stance, footwork,         ing. Course explores this fascinating sport as an         tion (2)
          service, strokes, volleys, lobs, and smashing.           engrossing lifetime study. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)         Provides prospective teachers with a general con-
          Emphasis on stroke combinations and return of                                                                      cept of the meaning and interpretation of physical
          service. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                          PEAC-1285 Kayaking (.5)                                   education plus presents a description of what is
                                                                   Introduces fundamentals of paddling, rolling,             involved in preparation for teaching in this field.
          PEAC-1253 Beginning Bowling (.5)                         outfitting, transporting, and safety for the slalom       Presents information pertaining to employment in
          Introduces elements of stance, pushaway and              kayak. Rescue techniques are emphasized. Prereq-          physical education fields. (2 hrs lec)
          delivery, back swing and follow through, ball types,     uisite: Intermediate swimming ability. (.5 hr lec,
          spare shooting, and spot bowling. Some emphasis          .5 hr lab)                                                PEPR-1025 Movement Core II (2)
          on scorekeeping. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                                                                            Students learn the skills and knowledge necessary
                                                                   PEAC-1286 Spelunking (.5)                                 to teach basic movement skills in physical educa-
          PEAC-1254 Snowboarding (.5)                              Introduces basic lighting and safety equipment,           tion including fundamental locomotor, stability,
          Introduces the basics of downhill running, correct       horizontal and vertical technique, and trip organi-       and jumping skills with an emphasis on analysis
          posture and weighting, heel and toe turns, travers-      zation. Cave conservation emphasized. (.5 hr lec,         of movement and utilization of the skills in sport
          ing, equipment selection, etiquette and safety.          .5 hr lab)                                                development. (2 hrs lec)
          Flexible format allows for instruction for a wide
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          range of skill and ability. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)       PEAC-1287 Rock Climbing (.5)                              PEPR-1040 Sport First Aid (2)
                                                                   Introduces climbing technique, equipment, history,        Coaches develop knowledge and skills necessary to
          PEAC-1255 Beginning Golf (.5)                            and ethics. Emphasis on safety and rescue tech-           recognize common sport injuries and administer
          Introduces elements of club selection, grip, stance,     niques. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                            the appropriate sport first aid to the injured or ill
          swing, shot types, difficult lies, golf rules, and                                                                 athlete. Designed to meet Wyoming State Coaches
          etiquette. Emphasis is placed on the swing. (.5 hr       PEAC-1288 Bicycle Touring (.5)                            certification requirements for sport first aid. Upon
          lec, .5 hr lab)                                          Introduces skills of riding, bicycle repair, equip-       successful completion of the course, coaches will
                                                                ment selection and use, camping, and group trip           receive ASEP certification in Sport First Aid and
          PEAC-1258 Beginning Skiing (.5)                          organization. Emphasis on safe riding technique.          also American Red Cross in both first aid and
          Introduces basic skills of downhill running,             (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                                    CPR. (2 hrs lec)
          turning, traversing, climbing (side step and her-
          ringbone), equipment selection, and safety. Flexible     PEAC-1294 Beginning Yoga (.5)                             PEPR-2000 Movement Core III (2)
          format allows instruction for wide range of skill        Students learn the modern approach for applying           Students develop the skills and knowledge neces-
          and ability. (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)                      some of the ancient techniques of yoga to enhance         sary to teach basic movement skills in physical
                                                                   “wellness” and “well-being.” Students will be intro-      education. Level two focuses primarily on manipu-
          PEAC-1259 Beginning Cross-Country Skiing                 duced to yoga through physical postures (asana),          lative skills for hands and feet including throwing,
          (.5)                                                     breathing techniques (pranayma), and meditation           catching, dribbling, volleying, trapping, kicking,
          Introduces fundamental strides, turning tech-            techniques (dhyana). (.5 hr lec, .5 hr lab)               and striking. (2 hrs lec)
PEPR-2012 Physical Education for Elementary               PEAT-1005 Varsity Sports: (1)                             POLITICAL SCIEnCE
School (3)                                                See PEAT 1000 for course description. Sopho-
Trains prospective elementary teachers to develop         more level. (1 hr lec, 1 hr lab)                          (POLS)
every child’s need for strength, skills, health, and                                                                POLS-1000 American and Wyoming Govern-
knowledge. Involves training with grade school                                                                      ment (3)
children in the community. (3 hrs lec)                    PHYSICS (PHYS)                                            An introductory course for political science
                                                                                                                    programs. It meets statutory requirements for
PEPR-2050 Care and Prevention of Athletic                 PHYS-1050 Concepts of Physics (4)                         instruction in principles and provisions of the
Injuries (2)                                              An introduction to the concepts of physics from           constitutions of the U.S. and Wyoming. (3 hrs lec)
Provides the prospective coach with the basic skills      a logical non-mathematical viewpoint. Credit
necessary to provide basic care for the injured ath-      cannot be earned in this course if credit has been        POLS-2000 Current Issues in American Gov-
lete. Strongly emphasizes prevention, recognition,        earned in PHYS 1110 or PHYS 1310. Prerequi-               ernment (3)
and care of athletic injuries, including condition-       site: Placement at math level 2. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)   Reviews current policies and policy makers in
ing, wrapping, padding, taping, physicals, nutrition                                                                American government. Makes a special effort to
and other means. Designed to meet Wyoming                 PHYS-1090 Fundamentals of the Physical Uni-               relate current political issues and government’s
State certification requirements for coaches. (2          verse (4)                                                 attempt to deal with them. Prerequisite: POLS
hrs lec)                                                  Applies fundamental principles of chemistry and           1000 or HIST 1210. (3 hrs lec)
                                                          physics to real life situations. Designed primarily
PEPR-2069 History and Philosophy of Sport (3)             for elementary education students. Prerequisite:          POLS-2010 Comparative Government (3)
Students develop a historical, philosophical, and         Placement at math level 3. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)         Surveys representative governing systems with
global perspective of sport through the study of                                                                    selected foreign governments providing basis for
contributions from the Greeks, Romans, and other          PHYS-1110 General Physics I (4)                           course. (3 hrs lec)
world cultures including the United States from           Introduces fundamental laws of mechanics, ther-
the colonial period to the present. Class members         modynamics, and wave motion. Some attention               POLS-2120 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
also analyze the major contributions of important         to processes of scientific discovery. For science         An exploration of the police, courts, and cor-
sports philosophers. (3 hrs lec)                          and non-science students seeking a background in          rectional agencies that oversee American justice.
                                                          physics. Credit cannot be earned in this course if        Examines process and philosophies that underlie
PEPR-2091 Rules and Techniques of Athletic                credit has been earned in PHYS 1310. Prerequi-            the establishment of the modern criminal justice
Officiating I: (2)                                        site: Placement at math level 3. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)   system. Credit cannot be earned in both POLS
Studies officiating techniques, rules, and the role                                                                 2120 and CRMJ 2120. (3 hrs lec)
of the official. Involves practical officiating experi-   PHYS-1120 General Physics II (4)
ence. (2 hrs lec)                                         Topics include electricity, magnetism, optics, light,     POLS-2210 Criminal Law (3)
                                                          relativity, and nuclear physics. A continuation of        A survey of the basic fundamental principles of
PEPR-2100 Theory of Coaching (2)                          PHYS 1110. Prerequisite: PHYS 1110. (3 hrs lec,           American substantive criminal law. Topics include
Designed to meet the Wyoming State Coaches                3 hrs lab)                                                the nature and origin of criminal law, Consti-
Certification Requirement. Prepares coaches in the                                                                  tutional limitations, criminal liability, criminal
fundamentals of coaching any sport. (2 hrs lec)           PHYS-1310 College Physics I (4)                           defenses and excuses, and exploration into the
                                                          For concentrations in physical sciences, math, or         elements of criminal offenses. Credit cannot be
PEPR-2110 Scientific Foundation of Athletic               engineering. Introduces laws of mechanics and             earned in both POLS 2210 and CRMJ 2210. (3
Coaching (2)                                              thermodynamics applied to physical problems with          hrs lec)
Studies coaching philosophy and objectives.               emphasis on theoretical development. Incorporates
Includes study of sports psychology, pedagogy,            examples and topics from contemporary physics             POLS-2310 Introduction to International Rela-
physiology, and management. Assists participants          where appropriate. Prerequisite: MATH 2200. (3            tions (3)
to develop coaching style and teaches successful          hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)                                       Surveys contemporary relations between the
coaching techniques. (2 hrs lec)                                                                                    nations of the world. Introduces basic principles
                                                          PHYS-1320 College Physics II (4)                          and conventional tools for conducting relations
PEPR-2200 Physical Education, Health, and                 Studies wave and oscillatory motion, simple har-          between nations. (3 hrs lec)
Coaching Practicum (2-4)                                  monic motion, optics, electricity, and magnetism.
Non-teaching students acquire practical experi-           Prerequisite: MATH 2200. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)           POLS-2410 Introduction to Public Administra-
ence in physical education, health, or coaching.                                                                    tion (3)
Students will be placed in coaching situations,           PHYS-2149 Nuclear Century (3)                             Basic concepts and theories of administration
after school programs, recreational sports, geriatric     Students acquire an understanding and apprecia-           emphasizing the actual working of the executive
living centers, movement or dance academies or            tion for the development of nuclear energy and the        branch of governments. Provides an initial under-
health facilities, depending on their individual area     social, psychological, political, and environmental       standing of power relations within the bureaucracy
of emphasis. A preceptor will guide each student          issues associated with it. Credit cannot be earned        and career opportunities in government adminis-
through the experience. Student learning will be          in both PHYS 2149 and HIST 2149 or CHEM                   tration. Prerequisite: POLS 1000 or HIST 1210.
assessed by an in-depth student portfolio, final          2149. (3 hrs lec)                                         (3 hrs lec)
oral presentation, and student’s preceptor and
on-campus instructor evaluations. Prerequisite:           PHYS-2385 Research in the Life and Physical               POLS-2460 Introduction to Political Theory (3)          Courses
Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.        Sciences (3)                                              A survey of the history of western political thought
(1 hr lec, 2 hrs lab per credit hour)                     Research in the Life and Physical Sciences offers         including the study of concepts and approaches to
                                      Capstone Course     students the opportunity to work with other stu-          political theory. (3 hours lec)
                                                          dents interested in science disciplines. Students
                                                          will develop individual projects within their dis-
                                                          cipline, and with fellow students, exchange ideas
PHYSICAL EDUCATIOn                                        and develop an appreciation for the commonality           PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)                                      
– VARSITY ATHLETICS                                       between scientific disciplines and the role of sci-       PSYC-1000 General Psychology (4)
(PEAT)                                                    ence in society. Students will be expected to make        Introduces the principles of human behavior
                                                          a public presentation of their work. Prerequisite:        as related to biological, physiological, mental,
PEAT-1000 Varsity Sports: (1)                             Successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.        learning, personality, and social factors in human
Represents active participation on an athletic            (3 hrs lec)                                               development. (4 hrs lec)
varsity team, attendance at practice, and some                                                Capstone Course
independent study. One specific sport will be
                                                                                                                    PSYC-1200 Human Development (3)
emphasized in each section of this class (i.e., bas-
                                                                                                                    A study of human development from conception
ketball, volleyball, wrestling or rodeo). (1 hr lec, 1
                                                                                                                    to death. Student examines changes in the human
hr lab)
                                                                                                                    organism throughout the life span. Covers physical
          growth, changes in learning and cognitive pro-             RGMG-2000 Principles of Range Management                 violence will be explored as well as contemporary
          cesses, emotional and social development, and key          (3)                                                      factors that contribute to the recurrence of the
          decision points in human existence. Prerequisite:          This course covers the basic principles of range         cycle of violence. Finally, coping strategies and
          PSYC 1000. (3 hrs lec)                                     management as they affect livestock production,          techniques to prevent burnout will be addressed
                                                                     wildlife management, grazing systems and pat-            for the professional working with the victims of
          PSYC-1250 Human Potential Seminar (1)                      terns, grazing regions, and vegetation types. Range      violence. Students who successfully complete this
          Focuses on personal clarification of values, goals,        vegetation with livestock uses and range nutrition       course with a grade of “B” or better may be eligible
          strengths, and potential of each participant               in related areas are all examined. Several field trips   for possible internship positions with Crisis Inter-
          through a structured group process. (1 hr lec)             included. Prerequisite: RGMG 1000. (2 hrs lec,           vention Services. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                     2 hrs lab)
          PSYC-2000 Research Psychological Methods (4)                                                                        SOC-2380 Social Psychology (3)
          A lecture and laboratory course introducing                                                                         Students learn principles of mental hygiene in per-
          students to methods of investigating behavioral            SOCIAL SCIEnCE (SOSC)                                    sonal, social, emotional, and vocational adjustment
          science questions. Students learn research strate-                                                                  which are based on an understanding of normal
          gies including observation, survey, program                SOSC-2395 Seminar in Social Science Research             and abnormal personality and personality change
          evaluation, and experimentation. Emphasizes                (3)                                                      methods. This course is the same as PSYC 2380.
          experimental methods. A writing intensive course.          Students learn about the traditions and research         Prerequisite: PSYC 1000 or SOC 1000 (3 hrs lec)
          Prerequisite: PSYC 1000, Completion of 10 hours            techniques of various social science disciplines. Stu-
          in Psychology recommended, successful comple-              dents acquire familiarity with library, Web-based,       SOC-2400 Criminology (3)
          tion of at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)   and other data collection methods, as well as rules of   Introduction to the field of criminology describ-
                                               Capstone Course       evidence and logical argumentation. Each student         ing the nature and extent of crime in the United
                                                                     completes a research paper and presents the results      States. Topics include theories on crime causation,
          PSYC-2080 Biological Psychology (3)                        in a multimedia format. Prerequisite: Successful         classifications of crime, collection of crime statis-
          Introduces biological bases of behavior. Includes          completion of at least 30 credit hours. (3 hrs lec)      tics, and the Criminal Justice System’s response to
          ethology and comparative behavior, psychobio-                                                   Capstone Course     controlling crime. Credit cannot be earned in both
          logical development, physiological and sensory                                                                      SOC 2400 and CRMJ 2400. (3 hrs lec)
          mechanisms of behavior, and evolution and
          behavioral genetics. Presents basic structural             SOCIOLOGY (SOC)                                          SOC-2410 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
          and functional properties of the nervous system.                                                                    Examines delinquency from a variety of per-
          Prerequisites: 4 hours of psychology. 4 hours of           SOC-1000 Sociological Principles (3)                     spectives and provides insight to a number of
          biology recommended. (3 hrs lec)                           Seeks to understand the social and cultural dimen-       underlying causes for this social phenomenon.
                                                                     sions of life and those factors which influence          Explores philosophical differences between juve-
          PSYC-2200 Human Sexuality (3)                              human behavior. Seeks to broaden the student’s           nile justice and adult justice and the emergence
          An interdisciplinary study of human sexuality              exposure to a wide variety of cultures, subcultures,     of the unique court system to process the juvenile
          from biological, sociological, and psychological           and modes of behavior. (3 hrs lec)                       offender. (3 hrs lec)
          perspectives. Examines research in sexuality; the
          sexual response cycle; variations of sexual identity;      SOC-1005 Risky Behaviors (3)                             SOC-2420 History of Crime and Justice (3)
          and the social, legal, and religious implications of       Designed to increase a student’s awareness of the        This course examines the historic evolution of
          sexuality. Involves students in questions of values        social influence of drugs, alcohol, sexually trans-      American crime and the American justice system
          and ethics. (3 hrs lec)                                    mitted diseases (STDs), and sexual assault from          from the early Colonial Period through the
                                                                     a multi-disciplinary perspective (health, physi-         Twenty- first Century. The course studies philo-
          PSYC-2300 Child Psychology (3)                             ological, and sociological). Presents in logical form    sophical shifts in correctional strategies, criminal
          The physical, mental, and personality development          accurate, current information from the biological,       activities, and law enforcement techniques and
          of children from conception to adolescence with            health, and sociological sciences essential for          their impact on crime and the American judicial
          emphasis on the major roles played by maturation           making sound decisions regarding lifestyle choices.      system. Credit cannot be earned in both SOC
          and learning, contrasting theories of child devel-         Course fulfills one credit of non-activity based         2420 and HIST 2420. (3 hrs lec)
          opment, and the conduct and use of research on             wellness education or three credits of social sci-
          children. Prerequisite: PSYC 1000. (3 hrs lec)             ence. Credit cannot be earned in both SOC 1005
                                                                     and HLED 1005. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                                                                              SPAnISH (SPAn)
          PSYC-2330 Psychology of Adjustment (3)
          Principles of mental hygiene in personal, social,          SOC-1100 Social Problems (3)                             SPAN-1010 First Year Spanish I (4)
          emotional, and vocational adjustment which are             Students examine current social problems in              Introduces the essentials of Spanish necessary for
          based on an understanding of normal and abnor-             America by utilizing basic sociological concepts         oral and written use of the language. Gives practice
          mal personality and personality change methods.            and methods. Topics include: health care, poverty,       in speaking, reading, understanding, and writing as
          Prerequisite: PSYC 1000. (3 hrs lec)                       crime, prejudice, drug use, inequality, and popula-      well as introducing Spanish culture. Requires the
                                                                     tion/immigration. (3 hrs lec)                            use of laboratory audio program with each chapter.
          PSYC-2380 Social Psychology (3)                                                                                     (4 hrs lec)
          A study of the ways in which a person’s percep-            SOC-1200 Introduction to Social Work (3)
Courses




          tions, thoughts, feelings, desires, behaviors, and         Seeks to familiarize students with the basic princi-     SPAN-1020 First Year Spanish II (4)
          values are influenced by other people. Also exam-          ples, methods, and skills of social work. Considers      Continuation of SPAN 1010. More cultural topics
          ines how an individual can affect the functioning          career opportunities in social work and related          covered. Requires the use of laboratory audio pro-
          of the groups to which he or she belongs. Credit           professions. (3 hrs lec)                                 gram with each chapter. Prerequisite: Two years of
          cannot be earned in both PSYC 2380 and SOC                                                                          high school Spanish or completion of SPAN 1010
          2380. Prerequisite: PSYC 1000 or SOC 1000. (3              SOC-2325 Marriage and Family (3)                         with a “C-” or better. (4 hrs lec)
          hrs lec)                                                   A consideration of scientific research and expert
                                                                  insight with regard to dating, marriage, and family      SPAN-1050 Conversational Spanish I (1-2)
                                                                     life. Includes such topics as dating, love, marital      Primarily for those who want to develop and
                                                                     adjustment, finance management, marital conflict,        enhance their ability to speak Spanish. Provides
          RAnGE MAnAGEMEnT                                           sex, pregnancy, childbirth, and childbearing. (3         a setting where useful vocabulary is incorporated
          (RGMG)                                                     hrs lec)                                                 into learned and spontaneous conversations and
          RGMG-1000 Introduction to Range Manage-                                                                             where cultural differences are discussed as they
                                                                     SOC-2340 Relationship Violence (3)                       pertain to everyday situations. Intended for stu-
          ment (1)
                                                                     Students will learn the nature and extent of             dents who have minimal proficiency or no previous
          Orientation to range management as a field of study
                                                                     domestic violence, child abuse, dating violence,         Spanish language experience. Not intended for
          and as a profession including assistance in preparing
                                                                     and sexual assault in America and the legal rami-        transfer credit. (1-2 hrs lec)
          the student’s academic program. (1 hr lec)
                                                                     fications. A historical perspective on relationship
SPAN-1060 Conversational Spanish II (1-2)              decision making applications. Introduces associ-        Introduces MIG and TIG machines. Oxyacetylene
Primarily for those who want to continue to            ated computer skills in labs. Prerequisite: A grade     instruction includes brazing, aluminum, and cast
develop and enhance their ability to speak Span-       of “C-” or better in MATH 1400, MATH 1050, or           iron. Flexible credit contingent on enrolled lab
ish. Provides a setting where useful vocabulary        MATH 1450 or placement at math level 4 within           hours. Open to any student. Prerequisite: WELD
is incorporated into learned and spontaneous           one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)    1600. (1.5 hrs lec, 1-3 hrs lab)
conversations and where cultural differences are
discussed. Intended for students who have minimal      STAT-2050 Fundamentals of Statistics (4)                WELD-1705 Welding Processes (4)
proficiency or no previous Spanish language expe-      Covers descriptive measures, probability, discrete      This course is designed for the new learner spe-
rience. Prerequisite: Completion of SPAN 1050          and continuous distributions, ideas and applica-        cializing in welding, providing the students with
with a “C-” or better. (1-2 hrs lec)                   tions of statistical inference, hypothesis testing,     lecture and hands-on experience. Emphasis is on
                                                       and an introduction to regression and correlation.      oxyacetylene welding, electrical arc welding, por-
SPAN-2030 Second Year Spanish I (4)                    Emphasis on decision-making applications. Intro-        table welding machines, and improving welding
Reviews Spanish grammar and gives additional           duces statistical computer packages in weekly labs.     skills. For students seeking a degree in Welding. (2
practice in conversation and composition. Includes     Prerequisite: A grade of “C-” or better in MATH         hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
an introduction to Hispanic literature. Pre-           1400, MATH 1050, or MATH 1450 or placement
requisite: Two years of high school Spanish or         at math level 4 within one year prior to enrollment.    WELD-1765 Advanced Welding Processes (4)
completion of SPAN 1020 with a “C-” or better.         (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)                                  This course covers MIG and TIG skills; pipe
(4 hrs lec)                                                                                                    welding skills; higher skills of welding copper,
                                                       STAT-2070 Introductory Statistics for Social            aluminum and stainless steel. For students seeking
SPAN-2040 Second Year Spanish II (3)                   Science (4)                                             a degree in Welding. Prerequisite: WELD 1705. (2
Continuation of SPAN 2030. More concentra-             Presents central ideas of descriptive statistics and    hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
tion on conversation, composition, literature, and     statistical inference, as applied to questions in
culture. Prerequisite: Three years of high school      social sciences. Includes graphs, averages, sampling,   WELD-1770 GMAW - FCAW (4)
Spanish or completion of SPAN 2030 with a “C-”         estimation, hypothesis-testing and relationships        Students will gain technical understanding of
or better. (3 hrs lec)                                 between variables. Introduces associated computer       Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) equipment,
                                                       skills in weekly labs. Prerequisite: A grade of         metal transfer, shielding gases, and welding safety.
SPAN-2140 Introduction to Literature (3)               “C-” or better in MATH 1400, MATH 1050, or              Emphasis will be placed on short circuit, globu-
An introduction to Spanish and Spanish-Ameri-          MATH 1450 or placement at math level 4 within           lar, and spray transfer; Flux Cored Arc Welding
can literature from the Middle Ages to the present.    one year prior to enrollment. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)    (FCAW); and inner shield. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
Students study four genres: narrative, drama,
poetry, and essay. Course covers trends and histori-                                                           WELD-1785 GTAW Welding (4)
cal events that influenced literature. Class methods                                                           Students will learn about Gas Tungsten Arc Weld-
                                                       THEATRE (THEA)                                          ing (GTAW) which is an individual specialty that
include lectures, discussions, student presentations
on research topics, in-class readings, and small       THEA-2050 Theatre Practice (1-3)                        is demonstrated and performed on mild steel,
group activities. Prerequisite: Three years of high    Students audition, rehearse, and perform assigned       stainless steel, and aluminum in all position fillet
school Spanish, SPAN 1020 with a “B” or better,        roles for public theatre presentation. Course may       and butt joints. Information and practical experi-
SPAN 2030, SPAN 2040, SPAN 2210, or SPAN               be repeated once for credit. (2 hrs lab per credit)     ence is also included on pipe joints with root
2220. (3 hrs lec)                                                                                              penetration and filler passes according to appli-
                                                       THEA-2120 Oral Interpretation (3)                       cable codes. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
SPAN-2210 Intermediate Composition and                 Students develop an appreciation of literature by
                                                       interpreting it orally for an audience. Students        WELD-1800 Materials Evaluation (3)
Conversation I (3)
                                                       learn principles and skills of interpreting prose,      This course provides an introduction to the field of
Emphasis on the study of oral and written skills
                                                       poetry, and dramatic literature. (3 hrs lec)            destructive and nondestructive testing of metals. It
in Spanish. Prepares students for upper division
                                                                                                               examines testing methods in evaluation of various
courses in advanced composition and conversation.
                                                                                                               welding processes. For students seeking a degree in
Prerequisite: Three years of high school Spanish,
                                                                                                               Welding. (3 hrs lec)
SPAN 1020 with a “B” or better, SPAN 2030, or          WELDInG TECHnOLOGY
SPAN 2040. (3 hrs lec)
                                                       (WELD)                                                  WELD-1860 Welding Fabrication (4)
                                                                                                               Students acquire knowledge of welding fabrication
SPAN-2220 Intermediate Composition and                 WELD-1555 Welding Technology Safety and                 by emphasizing construction of welded projects,
Conversation II (3)                                    Problem Solving (2)                                     utilization of blueprints and specifications, and
Continuation of SPAN 2210. More concentration          This course covers personnel protection, fire pre-      repair and maintenance of industrial equipment.
on the study of oral and written Spanish. Prepares     vention, welding on closed containers, ventilation,     For students seeking a degree in Welding. (1 hr
students for upper division courses in advanced        proper use of equipment, and treatment of minor         lec, 6 hrs lab)
composition and conversation. Prerequisite: Three      injuries. May be repeated once for credit. For stu-
years of high school Spanish, SPAN 1020, SPAN          dents seeking a degree in Welding. (2 hrs lec)          WELD-1870 Advanced Metal Fabrication Tech-
2030, SPAN 2040, or SPAN 2210. (3 hrs lec)
                                                                                                               niques (4)
                                                       WELD-1600 General Arc Welding (2-3)                     Consists of developing plans and producing a
SPAN-2460 Field Studies: (1-3)                         This course is an introduction to oxyacetylene,         finished project. Various welding positions and
An introduction to the culture, geography, his-        electric arc and cutting torch. Different welding       assembly techniques are utilized. For students
                                                                                                                                                                       Courses
tory, and language of a Spanish-speaking country.      units and basic welds in main positions, economy        seeking a degree in Welding. (1 hr lec, 6 hrs lab)
Course normally includes preparation prior to          in use of equipment, and special emphasis on
travel along with intensive language study and         safety are covered. Flexible credit contingent on       WELD-1920 Basic Pipe Welding (3)
cultural experience in a foreign country. Prerequi-    enrolled lab hours. Open to any student. (1.5 hrs       Arc welding of pipe in various positions and tech-
site: Consent of instructor. (1-3 hrs lec)             lec, 1-3 hrs lab)                                       niques are covered in this course. Safety electrode
                                                       WELD-1650 Print Reading (3)
                                                                                                               selection and certification codes are also included.   
                                                                                                               Open to any students. Prerequisite: WELD 1700.
STATISTICS (STAT)                                      This course is a study of blueprint reading and basic   (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)
                                                       drafting practices used in the welding and manufac-
STAT-2010 Statistical Concepts for Business (4)        turing industry. It provides training in reading and
Covers descriptive measures, probability concepts,                                                             WELD-1940 Robotics Technology (4)
                                                       drawing blueprints and welding symbols through          Students learn to program, set up, and operate a
discrete and continuous distributions, sampling        the development of comprehensive plans. For stu-
methods, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing,                                                             Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) cutting
                                                       dents seeking a degree in Welding. (3 hrs lec)          system. Information is encoded into a software
multiple group designs, contingency tables, regres-
sion and correlation, sample size determination,                                                               program which interprets the information and
                                                       WELD-1700 General Welding (2-3)
and methods for quality control. Emphasis on                                                                   automatically operates a robotic arm attached to
                                                       This course is an in-depth study and practice in
                                                                                                               a plasma cutter. Material is then cut in predeter-
                                                       arc welding, all positions, with a variety of metals.
                                                                                                               mined shapes and forms. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          WELD-1960 Specialized Applications in Weld-             2750 and successful completion of at least 30
          ing (1-3)                                               credit hours. (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)
          This course provides the learner with a technical                                            Capstone Course
          understanding of gas metal arc welding and gas
          tungsten arc welding, welding equipment setup,
          metal transfer, shielding gasses and welding safety.    ZOOLOGY (ZOO)
          The course also provides hands on experience in
          any aspect of welding and alloys that are weldable      ZOO-2010 Human Anatomy and Physiology
          using the process of tig and mig welding. (.5 hr lec,   I (4)
          1-5 hrs lab)                                            The first course in a two-semester sequence.
                                                                  Includes cell chemistry, cellular structure and
          WELD-2610 Ornamental Iron Work (3)                      function, histology, the integumentary, skeletal,
          Students learn basic acetylene and MIG welding          muscular, and peripheral nervous systems. Empha-
          skills as well as 3-D art design elements. Course       sis focused on the functional anatomy of the
          is intended for students interested in the basics of    human body. Laboratory activities complement
          welding for personal use, set construction, or metal    the lecture material with an appropriate balance
          sculpture. (1 hr lec, 4 hrs lab)                        between anatomy and physiology. One semester
                                                                  of Human Anatomy and Physiology will not meet
          WELD-2670 Welding Inspection Technology                 the lab science requirement. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
          (3)
          Students learn about magnetic particle, dye pen-        ZOO-2020 Human Anatomy and Physiology
          etrant, eddy current, radiographic and ultrasonic       II (4)
          inspection of ferrous and nonferrous metals. For        This course is a continuation of ZOO 2010. Topics
          students seeking a degree in Welding. (3 hrs lec)       of emphasis include the central nervous, cardiovas-
                                                                  cular, lymphatic, respiratory, and digestive systems,
          WELD-2680 Welding Metallurgy (3)                        metabolism, urinary and reproductive systems,
          Students gain an introduction to the field, empha-      and genetics and early development. Prerequisite:
          sizing physical aspects. This course is centered        ZOO 2010. (3 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab)
          around steel and ferrous alloys in the properties of
          metals with a view to their use and application. For    ZOO-2060 Human Pathophysiology (3)
          students specializing in Welding. (3 hrs lec)           Studies basic concepts of common and chronic
                                                                  disease processes in humans. Examines physi-
          WELD-2700 Welding Certification (Plate) (4)             ological, morphological, and biochemical aspects
          Students gain an understanding of the theory and        of disease. Explores the relationships among the
          practice on plate metal with emphasis on certifica-     disease, its symptoms, and its treatment. Prereq-
          tion. Includes work on various thicknesses and          uisite: ZOO 2010 and ZOO 2020 or concurrent
          positions. Methods include arc, TIG, and MIG.           enrollment in ZOO 2020. (3 hrs lec)
          For students seeking a degree in Welding. Prereq-
          uisite: Consent of instructor. (1 hr lec, 6 hrs lab)    ZOO-2400 Vertebrate Natural History (4)
                                                                  A study of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and
          WELD-2710 Welding Certification (Pipe) (4)              mammals. Emphasizes North American forms and
          Students study and practice pipe certification tests.   includes identification, classification, special char-
          Includes work on API 1104 and other industry            acteristics, and natural history. Prerequisite: BIOL
          tests. Covers arc, TIG, MIG, and oxyacetylene           1010. (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
          techniques. For students seeking a degree in Weld-
          ing. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1 hr lec,    ZOO-2450 Wildlife Management (3)
          6 hrs lab)                                              Includes an introduction to the history of wildlife
                                                                  management and the ecological needs of wildlife
          WELD-2750 Metals Production (4)                         species. Studies management strategies for wildlife
          Students will work on project production, weld test     in various ecological settings. Acquaints students
          study, and technical reporting. For students seeking    with goals, methods, and problems of wildlife
          a degree in Welding. Prerequisite: Weld 1860 and        management. (3 hrs lec)
          successful completion of at least 30 credit hours. (1
          hr lec, 6 hrs lab)

          WELD-2800 Plastic Welding (4)
          Students acquire knowledge, skills, and experience
          to use proper procedures in thermoplastic welding.
Courses




          (2 hrs lec, 4 hrs lab)

          WELD-2970 Internship: Welding (1-6)
          Designed for serious students interested in expe-
          riences on and off campus leading to transfer
          programs in vocational education, business engi-
          neering, or other options connected to Welding
       Technology. Also available to students who wish to
          broaden their occupational experiences to include
          experience in shop management, maintenance and
          repair, or other aspects of the welding environ-
          ment. S/U grading only. Prerequisite: WELD
          1705. (2 hrs lab per credit hour)

          WELD-2985 Welding Seminar (4)
          Open to advanced students for project production,
          weld test study, and technical reports. For students
          seeking a degree in Welding. Prerequisite: WELD

				
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