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2015-2016 General Catalog 
    
2015-2016 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Sports Management

  
  • SPM 5505 Sport Finance And Economics


    This Course Is Designed To Provide The Student Basic Information Related To Finance And Economics As Applied To The Managerial Control Of Sport Organizations. Included Are Discussions Of The Ownership, Taxation, Financial Analysis, Feasibility Studies, Licensing, And Economic Impact Studies

  
  • SPM 5701 Research Methods In Sport


    Methods And Techniques Used In Research In Sport Administration And Physical Education, Including Library Materials And Writing Techniques

  
  • SPM 5726 Legal Issues Of Sport And Leisure Management (3)


    Fundamental Legal Principles Affecting Amateur Sports And Physical Activity Programs.

  
  • SPM 5930 Social Issues In Sport


    This Course Will Explore How Power Relations, Stereotypes, Cultural Ideologies, And Personal Beliefs Impact Sport Participation. Critical Analysis Will Be The Basis For Exploring Links Between Sport And Major Issues In Society

  
  • SPM 5940 Internship In Sport/leisure Management (3)


    Practical Insight Into Various Sport And/or Fitness Management Settings.

  
  • SPM 5971 Thesis In Sport Mangement


    Provides The Student With Experience Conducting Research-based Inquiry~ Related To The Sport Industry. Requires Student To .submit A Written Research Proposal To Be Approved By A Thesis Committee As Well As An Oral Defense Of Research Before A Thesis Committee. A Final Approved Written Report Is To Be Submitted.

  
  • SPM 6517 Fundraising In Sport


    This Course Introduces Students To The “art” And “science” Of Fundraising, An Endeavor About People, Personalities, And Personal Relationships. The Assigned Readings Give Students The Tools Needed To Successfully Engage In Fundraising For Profit And/or Nonprofit Organizations.


Statistics

  
  • STA 1013 Statistcs Thru Examp


  
  • STA 2023 Introduction To Probability And Statistics I (3)


    Prerequisite: MAC 1105 . Major Topics: Probability Theory; Random Variables; Hypothesis Testing; Confidence Intervals; Small Sample Methods; Correlation; Simple Regression.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Mathematics
  
  • STA 2122 Intro Appl Statistic


  
  • STA 3024 Intro Prob & Stat II


  
  • STA 3032 App Stat For Eng/sci


  
  • STA 3034 Mathematical Statistics (3)


    Prerequisite: MAC 2312 . Major Topics: Analysis Of Variance; Multiple Regression; Contingency Tables; Experimental Design, Calculus Based.

  
  • STA 4202 Anal Varinc Dsgn Exp


  
  • STA 4202 Design And Analysis Of Experiments I (3)


    Prerequisite: STA 2023  And Mas 3103 Preferred. Major Topics: The General Linear Models And Analysis Of Variance.

  
  • STA 4203 Design And Analysis Of Experiments II (3)


    Prerequisite: STA 2023 , Mac 3313, Mas 3103, STA 4202 . Major Topics: Continued General Linear Models Time Series.

  
  • STA 4442 Design And Analysis Of Experiments II (3)


    Prerequisite: STA 2023 , Mac 3313, Mas 3103, STA 4202 . Major Topics: Continued General Linear Models Time Series.

  
  • STA 4502 Design And Analysis Of Experiments II (3)


    Prerequisite: STA 2023 , Mac 3313, Mas 3103, STA 4202 . Major Topics: Continued General Linear Models Time Series.

  
  • STA 4603 Mathematical Techniques Of Operations Research (3)


    Prerequisite: Mac 3313, STA 2023 , COC 3112 . Major Topics: Dynamic Techniques; Deterministic Inventory Models; Pert, Inventory Theory, Queueing Theory, Network Analyses.

  
  • STA 4930 Apl Stat Sci & Engin


  
  • STA 5066 Sas Data Mgt.


  
  • STA 5106 Comp Meth In Stat I


  
  • STA 5107 Comp Meth In Stat II


  
  • STA 5126 Adv Applied Stat Res


  
  • STA 5155 Statistic Inference


  
  • STA 5166 Stat In Applctns I


  
  • STA 5167 Stat In Applctns II


  
  • STA 5172 Biostastics


  
  • STA 5179 Applied Survival Analysis


    This Course Is An Applied Introduction To Survival Analysis, One Of The Most Commonly Used Analytic Tools In Biomedical Studies. Topics To Be Covered Include Censoring And Time Scale, Descriptive Methods, Parametric Methods, And Regression Methods, Which Stress The Proportional Hazards Model.

  
  • STA 5206 Anal Varinc Dsgn Exp


  
  • STA 5207 App Regressn Meth


  
  • STA 5238 Applied Logistic Regression


    This Course Will Offer A Focused Introduction To Logistic Regression For Modeling A Dichotomous Response As A Function Of Patient Characteristics. Topics To Be Covered Include Methods Of Fitting The Model, Model Interpretation, Some Topics In Model Building, Assessing Model Fit, Applications In Cohort, Case-control, And Complex Surveys As Use In Matched Case-control Studies

  
  • STA 5244 Clinical Trials


    This Course Offers An Introdution To Clinical Trials. Topics To Be Covered Include Defining The Research Question, Basic Study Designs, Randomization, Blinding, Sample Size, Baseline Assessment, Data Collection And Quality Control, Monitoring, Issues In Data Analysis, Closing Out A Trial, Reporting And Interpreting Results, And Issues In Multicenter Trials.

  
  • STA 5323 Intro To Math Stats


  
  • STA 5326 Distrb Theor & Infer


  
  • STA 5326 Intro Prob Statistic


  
  • STA 5327 Statistical Inference


  
  • STA 5334 Limit Thry Of Stats


  
  • STA 5440 Intro Probability


  
  • STA 5446 Probability & Measur


  
  • STA 5707 Applied Multivariate Analysis


  
  • STA 5934 Advanced Sas


  
  • STA 6246 Wavelets



String

  
  • MVS 1116 Class Guitar (1)


    Elective For All Students. Basic Guitar Performance Techniques. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVS 1211 App Mus Sec Vln


  
  • MVS 1311 Principal Applied Violin I


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 1312 Principal Applied Viola I


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 1313 Principal Applied Cello I


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 1314 Prin Applied Double Bass I


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 1316 Prin Applied Guitar


  
  • MVS 1317 Prin Applied Bass Guitar I


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2321 Principal Applied Violin II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2322 Principal Applied Viola II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2323 Principal Applied Cello II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2324 Prin Applied Double Bass II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2326 Principal Applied Guitar II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 2327 Prin Applied Bass Guitar II


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 3236 App Mus Sec Guitar


  
  • MVS 3331 Principal Applied Violin III


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 3332 Principal Applied Viola III


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 3333 Principal Applied Cello III


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 3334 Prin Applied Double Bass III


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 3336 App Mus Prin Guitar


  
  • MVS 3336 Prin Applied Guitar


  
  • MVS 4246 App Mus Sec Guitar


  
  • MVS 4341 Principal Applied Violin IV


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 4342 Principal Applied Viola IV


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 4343 Principal Applied Cello IV


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 4344 Prin Applied Double Bass IV


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings

  
  • MVS 4346 Principal Applied Guitar IV


    To Expose Students To Performing Works Appropriate To Advancement Of Performance Skills Both In Solo And Ensemble Settings


Student Development

  
  • STD 1000 Orientation-College


  
  • STD 1004 Orient For Ret Stud


  
  • STD 1105 Hum Rel Personal Dev


  
  • STD 1204 Edu & Career Plan


  
  • STD 1311 Intro To Natural Sci


  
  • STD 1320 Intro Communication


  
  • STD 1325 Intro Quant Skills



Student Life Skills

  
  • SLS T999 Sls Transfer Course


  
  • SLS 1101 College Orientation (2)


    To Assist Students With Adjustment To College And Understanding The Role And Responsibility Of A Student In A University Setting Through Career, Academic, Social, And Personal Counseling/advisement.

  
  • SLS 1102 Student Life Skills


  
  • SLS 1122 Academic Success


    This Course Offers A Positive Intervention To Facilitate Academic Success And To Promote Retention For First-time-in-college Students Who Are In Academic Difficulty After Their First Term Of Full-time Enrollment At Florida State University. Focus Is On The Development Of Study Skills Required For College-level Work As Well As On The Identification And Minimization Of Barriers That Impede Individual Student Achievement.

  
  • SLS 1122 Intro Eng-col Experi


  
  • SLS 1123 Intro Engineering


    The Course Is Designed To Increase Student Success Through The development Of Academic And Life Skills In A Learning Community environment. The Course Is Designed Toward Students Majoring In science, Technology, Engineering, Or Mathematics. Topics Include effective Study Skills, Test Taking Strategies, And Time Management. additional Topics Will Examine Motivation, Health And Welfare Issues, academic Integrity, And Personal Finances. An Individual self-assessment Will Be Used To Identify Areas Of Strength And Weakness for Each Student Participant

  
  • SLS 1201 Cultural Awareness (1)


    A Course Designed To Provide Relevant Data Regarding Identity And Self-concept Of American Blacks And Other Minorities.

  
  • SLS 1281 Cultural Awareness


  
  • SLS 1301 Edu & Career Plan


  
  • SLS 1321 Education And Career Planning (1)


    A Course Designed To Assist Enrollees In Identifying Careers And Majors.

  
  • SLS 1351 Futuristic Orient


  
  • SLS 1401 Leadership Devel


  
  • SLS 1402C College Survival II


  
  • SLS 1500 College Survival


  
  • SLS 1501 College Survival (1)


    An Orientation To Procedures That Provide Retention-oriented Skills And Tips To Students To Assist Them In Coping With College Environment.

  
  • SLS 1531 Orientation For Returning Students (1)


    Designed To Identify Needs Related To Academic Progress And Plans To Assist Students In Meeting Academic Progression Requirements.

  
  • SLS 2351 Orient & L-ship Devl



Study Abroad

  
  • IDC 5950 Overseas Studies


    This Course Can Be Repeated With A Change In Topics For Up To 6 Credit Hours. The Issues That Will Be Studied By The Students Include Global And Sustainability Issues, Culture,language, And Geography. Prior Permission Must Be Obtained From The Student’s Advisor


Surveying

  
  • SUR 1100L Elementary Surveying I (Lab)


    Combination Of Theory And Practice Of Surveying, Care Of Tape Level, Theodolite And Other Surveying Equipment. Traverse Surveys Measurement Of Areas From Of Lands And Introduction To Use Of Computerized Instruments

  
  • SUR 2031 Surveying I-engn


  
  • SUR 2101 Elementary Surveying


  
  • SUR 2140 Elementary Surveying (3)


    Prerequisite: MAC 1142  Pre-calculus Mathematics Combination Of Theory And Practice Of Surveying, Care Of Tape, Level, Theodolite And Other Surveying Equipment. Traverse Surveys, Measurement Of Areas From Survey Of Lands, And Introduction To Use Of Computerized Instruments.

  
  • SUR 2140L Elementary Surveying Laboratory (1)


    Prerequisite: MAC 1142  Pre-calculus Mathematics Combination Of Theory And Practice Of Surveying, Care Of Tape, Level, Theodolite And Other Surveying Equipment. Traverse Surveys, Measurement Of Areas From Survey Of Lands, And Introduction To Use Of Computerized Instruments.

 

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