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Independent studies offers specific classes that can be taken to achieve a major or minor for students attending on campus courses. 2017 - 2018 course(s) are $185.00 per credit hour.
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Accounting (Independent Study) Z
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ACCTG 201: Principles of Financial Accounting

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to accounting as the language of business. Emphasis is on reasoning an logic of an external reporting model. May include computer-based applications. Proctored exams are required.
Prerequisite: Math 121

ACCTG 202: Principles of Managerial Accounting

3 semester-hour credits
Managerial uses of accounting information, including cost-based, decision making, differential accounting, and responsibility accounting. May include computer-based applications.
Proctored exams are required
Prerequisite: ACCTG 201

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Anthropology (Independent Study) Z
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ANTHR 100: Cultural Anthropology

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to the concepts by which anthropology understands particular lifestyles, and to the constructs by which it accounts for similarities and differences among lifestyles.
E-mail available.

ANTHR 310: Social and Cultural Theory

3 semester-hour credits
Examines from classical to contemporary theory in sociology and anthropology, and includes historical perspectives into events that occurred during times when major writers were developing their theories.
Course also available as SOC 310.

ANTHR 416: Crime and the Mind

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of “crime” as an ongoing aspect of human existence. This course is dedicated to the understanding of cognitions, interpretations, social interaction and criminological research pertaining to criminal populations. Sociological and psychological perspectives are discussed and critiqued throughout the course.
Course also available as SOC 416.

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Art (Independent Study) Z
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ART 100: Visual Dynamics

3 semester-hour credits
Appreciation and understanding of the dynamics involved in the visual experience of art. An introduction to the basic technical and conceptual developments in western art from ancient to modern times with an emphasis on creative and cultural interaction. CSU-Pueblo campus students cannot apply credit toward art major.
E-mail available.

ART 211: History of Art 1

3 semester-hour credits
A survey of world art from prehistory to ca. 1300 C​E. Introduces issues related to visual design, historical context, and interpretation of works of art.

ART 212: History of Art II

3 semester-hour credits
A survey of world art from ca. 1300 CE to contemporary times. Introduces issues related to visual design, historical context and interpretation of works of art.​

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Biology (Independent Study) Z
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BIOL 112: Nutrition

3 semester-hour credits
Analysis of personal dietary habits and behavior in relation to basic human nutritional needs and food composition.

BIOL 121: Environmental Conservation

3 semester-hour credits
Historical review of humankind’s interrelationship with and impact on the natural environment. Basic principles of ecology and current issues relating to the use of natural resources and environmental problems.

BIOL 121L: Environmental Conservation - Lab

1 semester-hour credits
Optional field studies to augment BIOL 121.
Co-requisite: BIOL 121.

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Business Administration (Independent Study) Z
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BUSAD 302: Ethical Issues and the Legal Environment of Business

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of issues addressing ethical, legal, social and environmental responsibilities of business toward government, customers, employees, and the general public. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: junior standing.

BUSAD 265: Inferential Statistics and Problem Solving

3 semester-hour credits
Statistical methods in business, sampling, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, multiple regression and chi square tests. Use of problem solving methods. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: Two years of high school math or equivalent.

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Chemistry (Independent Study) Z
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CHEM 101: Chemistry and Society

3 semester-hour credits
Chemistry related to the everyday world. Drugs, food, pollution, pesticides, consumer products, energy, and home health. Principally for non-science majors.
Videos required.

CHEM 101L: Chemistry and Society - Lab

1 semester-hour credits
Laboratory is optional. Experiments to exemplify the logical steps of problem solving and explore the physical and chemical world.

CHEM 160: Introduction to Forensic Science

3 semester-hour credits
Overview of Forensic Science: Crime scene investigation, evidence collection, microscopy techniques, arson analysis, fingerprints, serology and DNA use.

CHEM 211: Introduction to Organic Chemistry

3 semester-hour credits
Survey of organic chemistry chemical structure, reactivity, and functional groups are presented in context of relevance to society.
Prerequisite: CHEM 111. Videos required.

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Chicano Studies (Independent Study) Z
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CS 101: Introduction to Chicano Studies - Currently Not Available

3 semester-hour credits
Overview of the historical, political and socio-cultural experience of the Chicano.

CS 136: The Southwest United States - Currently Not Available​

3 semester-hour credits
This course traces the cultural and historical development of the southwestern United States, including cultural contributions​ of the American Indian and Hispanic peoples.

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Computer Information Systems (Independent Study) Z
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CIS 171: Introduction to Java Programming

4 semester-hour credits
An introduction to computer programming, design and testing using the Java object-oriented programming language. Topics include language constructs, functions, file handling, inheritance and UML.
Prerequisite: CIS 100 or equivalent.

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Economics (Independent Study) Z
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ECON 201: Principles of Macroeconomics

3 semester-hour credits
Applications oriented approach to understanding the economy including monetary policy, deficits and surpluses, international issues; fundamental differences between liberal and conservative economic policies.
Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 121. Permission of instructor for non-business majors.
Videos required.

ECON 202: Principles of Microeconomics

3 semester-hour credits
Illustrates how firms make price, wage, and profit maximizing decisions. Other topics include market performance, market failure, environmental issues, and government intervention.
Prerequisite: MATH 121 or permission of instructor for non-business majors.
Videos required.

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English (Independent Study) Z
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ENG 101: Composition 101

3 semester-hour credits
Emphasis on critical thinking, reading, and writing clear and coherent essays that reflect an understanding of the writing process, rhetorical analysis, argumentation, and academic discourse.
Prerequisite: English 099, or ACT verbal score of at least 18, or SAT verbal score of at least 440, or an Accuplacer test score of at least 95.

ENG 102: Composition 102

3 semester-hour credits
Sequential course providing continued engagement with critical thinking, reading, argumentation, and using rhetorical techniques in academic writing. Emphasis on research strategies.
Prerequisite: ENG 101.

ENG 130: Introduction to Literature

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to the three major literary genres: fiction, poetry, and drama. The main emphasis is on close reading and textual analysis.
E-mail available.

ENG 201: Introduction to Literary Study - Currently Not Available

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to literary genres, major periods and writers, close reading and textual analysis, modern literary criticism, and research methods.
Prerequisite: ENG 102.

ENG 231: Literature of England I - Currently Not Available

3 semester-hour credits
Literature and literary history of England from the Anglo-Saxon Period through the 18th Century.
Prerequisite: ENG 101, ENG 102.

ENG 340: Women in Literature

3 semester-hour credits

ENG 354: Women Writers of Science Fiction

3 semester-hour credits
Classic and contemporary science fiction written by women.

ENG 370: Rediscovering the Fairy Tale

3 semester-hour credits
The Fairy Tale: Its history, psychological basis, relationship to mythology, and transformations in poetry, film, music, and visual art.

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Geography (Independent Study) Z
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GEOG 101: Physical Geography

3 semester-hour credits
Three Earth spheres: the hydrosphere (oceanography, hydrologic cycle); the atmosphere (meteorology and climatology) and the lithosphere (geology, internal/external processes) are emphasized and examined.

GEOG 102: Cultural Geography

3 semester-hour credits
Emphasis on cultural regions, cultural diffusion, and cultural landscape. Major themes are culture, population, agriculture, language and religion, ethnicity, urbanization, industry, and political geography.

GEOG 103: World Regional Geography

3 semester-hour credits
The interconnectivity and interrelationship of the world regions by stressing physical, economic development, agricultural, cultural and population characteristics, and strengthening of one’s mental world map.

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Geology (Independent Study) Z
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GEOL 101: Earth Science

3 semester-hour credits
Four earth spheres: the hydrosphere (oceanography, hydrologic cycle); the atmosphere (meteorology and climatology); the lithosphere (geology; internal and external processes); and space are emphasized.
Co-requisite: GEOL 101L.

GEOL 101L: Earth Science - Lab

1 semester-hour credits
Lab to accompany GEOL 101 lecture.
Co-requisite: GEOL 101.

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History (Independent Study) Z
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HIST 201: United States History to 1877

3 semester-hour credits
United States history from founding of North American colonies to 1877 Reconstruction era.

HIST 202: United States History from 1877

3 semester-hour credits
United States from 1877 Reconstruction era to contemporary era.

HIST 311: United States Foreign Policy

3 semester-hour credits
United States foreign policy from the founding of the republic to the present.

HIST 414: The American Civil War

3 semester-hour credits
Social, cultural, and political developments that caused the sectional crisis, secession, and war. War coverage includes military strategy, politics, diplomacy, and emancipation.

HIST 468: Military History

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to military history form 1700 to the present. Covers changes in policy, structural organization, planning, strategies, technology, and social impact.

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Marketing (Independent Study) Z
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MKTG 340: Principles of Marketing - Available Fall, Spring, Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Analytical survey of problems encountered in distributing goods and services from a marketing-management approach with emphasis on the role of the consumer and the social responsibility of the marketer.
Prerequisite: Junior standing.

MKTG 341: Sales Force Management - Available Spring and Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Managing a sales force including recruiting, selection, training, compensation, supervision, stimulation and sales planning. Computer simulation used to do forecasting, budgeting, territory allocation, sales analysis and control.
Prerequisite: MKTG 340.

MKTG 441: Marketing Strategies - Available Spring and Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Detailed consideration of process of formulating and implementing strategies in marketing. Major emphasis on markets, channels of distribution, and product analysis.
Prerequisite: MKTG 340, 440, second semester seniors.

MKTG 475: International Marketing - Available Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Effects of culture, political and legal structures on marketing. Planning for international products, services, promotion, pricing, distribution, and impact of trade groups.
Prerequisite: MKTG 340.

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Math (Independent Study) Z
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MATH 109: Mathematical Explorations

3 semester-hour credits
Emphasis on quantitative reasoning and connections between mathematics and society. Objectives are to develop an appreciation of mathematics, to improve problem solving skills, and to develop quantitative reasoning skills. E-mail available.
Note: This course requires the CSU-Pueblo Accuplacer exam prior to registration, or satisfactory score on ACT/SAT or successful completion of MATH 099. Contact Extended Studies for additional information.

MATH 121 College Algebra

4 semester-hour credits
Solutions of algebraic equations, graphs of rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations, matrices, and determinants.
Prerequisite: satisfactory placement exam score or MATH 099 or equivalent.

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Music (Independent Study) Z
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MUS 118: Music Appreciation: History of Rock and Roll

3 Semester-hour credits 
The online version of this course will focus on popular western music since 1950 and its relation to previous and contemporary periods of art music. Like the classroom version, the online version of the course will include significant musical compositions, composers and historical eras; analysis and description of music forms and terms; significant musicians and multi-cultural issues.

MUS 491: Special Topics: World Music 

3 Semester-hour credits
This course will focus on various world music traditions and their integration into western and non-western contemporary styles. The course will include significant musical compositions, composers/musicians, and historical eras; analysis and description of music forms, styles, and terms; and multi-cultural issues.

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Nursing (Independent Study) Z
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NSG 305: Ethical Issues in Health Care

3 semester-hour credits
Selected theories that influence ethical choices in nursing practice. Areas of philosophy, law, and the legal system that affect the public's health will be included, as will current ethical issues related to nursing practice. Offered through NLN-accredited BSN program. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

NSG 431: Gerontological Nursing

3 semester-hour credits
Theory for nursing care of older adults. The promotion of healthy aging through utilization of the nursing process is emphasized. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: successful completion of Junior level nursing courses or RN status or permission of instructor.

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Political Science (Independent Study) Z
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POLSC 202: Comparative Politics

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to comparative political analysis through study of selected political systems. Emphasis on basic political functions and processes in developed countries.

POLSC 270 Introduction to Homeland Security

3 semester-hour credits
An overview of homeland security, key threats, challenges, and potential responses.

POLSC 271 Terrorism

3 semester-hour credits
An examination of extremist groups and private violence in the context of monitoring, prevention, and responses.

POLSC 272 Critical Incident Management

3 semester-hour credits
The policies and practices of local first responders, inter-agency relationships, political violence, and unconventional weapons.

POLSC 305: War, Peace, and Globalization - Not Available

3 semester-hour credits
Study of war, peace and Globalization in international relations. Special emphasis on the theoretical framework for global conflict and the many political dimensions of globalization.
Prerequisite: POLSC 101.

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PSYCH 100: General Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
Overview of the field of psychology including learning, emotion, heredity, personality, development, abnormal, psychotherapy, research methods, sleep, dreams and relationships.

PSYCH 105: Understanding Human Diversity

3 semester-hour credits
Americans live in a complex and diverse society. This course examines the nature, impact and strategies for dealing with diversity in personal and social contexts.

PSYCH 151: Introduction to Human Development

3 semester-hour credits
Survey of human development through life span. A multi-disciplinary approach to the study of both change and stability in physical, cognitive, social and personality development. Review of relevant developmental theory and research.

PSYCH 205: Introduction to Sport Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
An introduction to psychological theories and constructs affecting performance, coaching & development in sports and athletics.

PSYCH 251: Childhood and Adolescence

3 semester-hour credits
Physical, social, cognitive, and emotional growth of the individual from childhood through adolescence. Topics include intelligence, social development, self-development, moral development and family relations.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 311: Theories of Personality

3 semester-hour credits
Major theories of personality and the methods of personality investigation.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 337: Memory and Cognition

3 semester-hour credits
Theory and research on current topics in cognition, including attention, concept formation, imagery, memory, decision making, language acquisition, problem solving and text comprehension.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 342: Educational Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
The contribution of psychology theory, research, and methods to our understanding of teaching and learning. Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 351: Psychology of the Exceptional Individual

3 semester-hour credits
Survey of characteristics of those individuals considered significantly above or below the norm of the population. Emphasis on behavioral identification and modification of the home, school and social environment.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 362: Abnormal Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
Etiology, diagnosis, and therapy of maladaptive or abnormal behaviors and mental functioning.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100.

PSYCH 401: History and Systems of Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
The historical development of modern psychology from its roots in classical philosophy and the social, cultural, and political context within which psychological theory emerged.

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SOCSC 151: Society and Technology

3 semester-hour credits
Role of technology as a prime factor in changing social and political institutions. Addresses technology as the systematic application of organized knowledge and material tools to the extension of human faculties.

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SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology

3 semester-hour credits
The scientific study of patterns and processes of human social relations.

SOC 105: Understanding Human Diversity

3 semester-hour credits
Americans live in a complex and diverse society. This course examines the nature, impact, and strategies for dealing with diversity in personal and social contexts.

SOC 203: The Criminal Justice System

3 semester-hour credits
This course examines origin, nature, and utilization of criminal law; policing, court adjudication and sentencing; jails and prisons; community based corrections and criminal justice policy.

SOC 231: Marriage and Family Relationships

3 semester-hour credits
Marriage and family from an institutional and relationship perspective; cross-cultural diversity, mate selection, marital dynamics, parenting, divorce, remarriage and emerging patterns.

SOC 301: Sociological Methods

3 semester-hour credits
The methods of research and investigation in sociology and the social sciences.
Prerequisite: SOC 101.

SOC 303: Crime and Deviance

3 semester-hour credits
The nature and causes of crime as well as of behavior defined as socially deviant, including violent, corporate, political crimes; sexual, cultural and political deviance.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 and 203.

SOC 305: Crime and Women

3 semester-hour credits
Exploration of social, cultural and political variables that create both women victims and women criminals.

SOC 306: Delinquency and Juvenile Justice

3 semester-hour credits
Theory and history of delinquency; relationship to family, peer groups, schools, gangs, drugs, young offenders legislation, juvenile courts and police response and youth corrections.

SOC 308: Popular Culture

3 semester-hour credits
Advertising, television, music, novels, and the news are among the topics to be investigated for their social significance.

SOC 310: Social and Cultural Theory

3 semester-hour credits
Examine from classical to contemporary theory in sociology and anthropology.
Course also available as ANTHR 310.

SOC 352: Social Psychology

3 semester-hour credits
General and applied psychological principles of the individual’s interaction with a group.
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100 or permission of instructor.

SOC 353: Penology

3 semester-hour credits
The history and role of corrections; correctional practice, relationship to law, prison society, working in prisons, special needs of prisoners, capital punishment, administration and privatization.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 and 203.

SOC 355: Political Sociology

3 semester-hour credits
Analysis of the major sociological variables associated with political decision-making and other political processes.

SOC 356: Social Stratification

3 semester-hour credits
Inquire into inequalities of wealth, power, and the consequence for individuals and society.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 and 310.

SOC 358: Film and Society

3 semester-hour credits
An in-depth look at the images of social life and social life and social relationships contained in popular movies. Requirements and listing of movies will be provided.

SOC 404: Poverty

3 semester-hour credits
Poverty in the United States, its measurement and extent, perpetuating conditions, lifestyle and anti-poverty programs.

SOC 407: Family Violence

3 semester-hour credits
The extent, seriousness, and impact of the major forms of domestic violence.

SOC 409: Victimology

3 semester-hour credits
Study of the victim's role in criminal transactions. Examination of individuals and groups as victims of officially defined crime, as well as other social injuries not officially defined as crime.

SOC 410: Structural and Elite Crime

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of crimes and social injuries perpetrated by organizational structures that do physical or economic harm to the environment, their employees, and their customers.

SOC 411: Police and Society

3 semester-hour credits
The history and role of police; including patrol officers, detectives, specialty units, police discretion, women in policing, community policing, private policing, corruption, brutality, accountability.
Prerequisite: SOC 101.

SOC 414: Serial Murder

3 semester-hour credits
Examines serial murder in historical and contemporary contexts and assesses current control strategies including forensic science and profiling.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 and 203.

SOC 415: Forensic Criminology

3 semester-hour credits
Course introduces students to variable aspects of Medico legal Death Investigation. Students will learn about investigating deaths caused by homicide, suicide, accidents, and natural causes.

SOC 416: Crime and the Mind

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of “crime” as an ongoing aspect of human existence.
Also available as ANTHR 416.

SOC 420: Explaining Crime

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of major sociological explanations of crime and their policy implications.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 and SOC 203.

SOC 422: Terrorism and Mass Murder

3 semester-hour credits
Examines mass murder, genocide, and terrorism around the world and assesses current control initiatives.
Prerequisite SOC 101 and 203.

SOC 432: Organization Theory

3 semester-hour credits
Prevailing theoretical model of large organizations and suggested alternatives.

SOC 440: Correctional Administration

3 semester-hour credits
Major issues in correctional administration including the history and theories of corrections in the U.S. are analyzed.
Prerequisite: Sociology major.

SOC 492: Research

3 semester-hour credits
Qualitative and quantitative methods and designs in sociological research.

SOC 494: Field Experience

3 semester-hour credits (by arrangement with Department Chair)
Practical on-the-job experience in an approved agency setting.
Prerequisite: Senior standing. Student must provide name, address and telephone number of agency contact person at the time of registration. Approval only after instructor confirms placement with agency contact person. Written assignments also required. ​

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MGMT 201: Principles of Management

3 semester-hour credits
Managerial processes related to planning, organizing, leading, decision-making, and controlling. Modern management techniques will be emphasized. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: BUSAD 101 or permission of instructor for non-business majors.

MGMT 301: Organizational Behavior

3 semester-hour credits
Team work, individual and group behavior, motivation, work design, communication, decision-making, leadership, and organizational culture.
Prerequisite: MGMT 201, junior standing.

MGMT 311: Operations and Quality Management

3 semester-hour credits
Managerial perspective of the operations and quality functions, use of analytical tools to solve operations and quality problems.
Prerequisite: MGMT 201, BUSAD 265 or MATH 156, and junior standing.

MGMT 318: Human Resource Management

3 semester-hour credits
An examination of the human resource functions of planning, selection and recruitment, compensation, training and development, employee and labor relations, and safety and health.
Prerequisite: MGMT 201 and junior standing.

MGMT 362: Purchasing and Materials Management

3 semester-hour credits
Strategies and tactical methods, opportunities and problems associated with the flow of materials in an organization will be covered.
Prerequisite: MGMT 311.

MGMT 365: Management Information Systems - Available Fall and Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Introduction to application and management of IT in functional business areas (marketing, finance, accounting, etc.). Includes IT strategy, business intelligence, e-commerce, and enterprise information systems. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: CIS 103, 104, 105, MGMT 201 and junior standing.

MGMT 410: Labor Management Relations

3 semester-hour credits
Federal and state legislation and execution and executive orders governing the employer-employee relationship; legal rights of organizations and collective bargaining. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: MGMT 318.

MGMT 414: Entrepreneurship (The Study of Small Business)

3 semester-hour credits
In-depth analysis of the various environments, management, accounting, finance, and legal considerations required for business plan development by an entrepreneur or small business owner.
Prerequisite: Senior standing, FIN 330, MGMT 311, MKTG 340, or permission of instructor.

MGMT 460: Operations Strategy - Available Fall and Summer

3 semester-hour credits
Examination of recent developments in the strategy of operations in the manufacturing and service sectors involving technological policy, new process development, and new product introduction.
Prerequisite: MGMT 311.

MGMT 468: Total Quality Management​​

3 semester-hour credits
Concepts and techniques of quality improvement processes. Defining quality in customer satisfaction terms and improving quality of products and service through modern techniques. E-mail available.
Prerequisite: MGMT 311.

MGMT 485: Management Strategy and Policy - Currently Unavailable

3 semester-hour credits
Integration of the business core disciplines to explore ways that strategy is formed in contemporary business organizations. Case method used extensively.
Prerequisite: senior standing in the School of Business and completion of all foundation and fundamentals courses.

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WS 100: Introduction to Women's Studies - Currently Unavailable

3 semester-hour credits
The course serves two purposes: to train students in feminist perspective-taking, and to introduce them to issues affecting women’s lives using an interdisciplinary framework​.

WS 206: Gender and Society - Currently Unavailable

3 semester-hour credits
Examination and evolution of relationships between sex roles, culture, and societal institutions and processes, including an analysis of sexual stratification.

WS 212: Racism and Sexism in America - Currently Unavailable

3 semester-hour credits
Dynamics of prejudice and discrimination in terms of sex and race; special attention to analysis of strategies for improving relations.

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