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

Course Descriptions


 

Urban and Regional Planning

  
  • URP 5211 Planning Statistics


    An Introduction To Descriptive And Associative Statistics As Applied To Public Policy Problems Encountered By Planners. Covers Basic Definitions And Descriptive Measures, Probability Theory, Distributions, Sampling, And Inference. Elementary Multivariate Techniques Are Treated, Including Those Appropriate To The Analysis Of Nominal And Interval Scales

  
  • URP 5272 Urban Information


  
  • URP 5316 Land-use Planning


    This Course Is Preparation Of The Urban Land-use Plan Including Data Collection, Evaluation Of Location, Market, And Environmental Factors, And Balancing Of Stakeholder Interests.

  
  • URP 5350 Pedestrian Communiti


  
  • URP 5421 Envirn Pln Resce Mgt


  
  • URP 5422 Water Resc & Cos Pl


  
  • URP 5424 Resource Management


  
  • URP 5425 Mtds Env Analysis


  
  • URP 5429 Saving Apalachicola


  
  • URP 5711 The Transportation Planning Process


  
  • URP 5742 Prob/isues Hous/co


  
  • URP 5743 Neighborhood Plan


  
  • URP 5847 Growth/dev Of Cities


  
  • URP 5885 Graphics Communica


  
  • URP 5939 Urban Nature



Veterinary/Animal Health Techn

  
  • ATE 1001 Intro To Vet Technology


    An Introductory Course For Students Accepted In The Veterinary Technology Program Providing Legal And Ethical Standards For Veterinary Technicians, Workplace Professional Conduct, Resources For Current Issues, Work Environment Safety, Zoonotic Disease Risks And Career Opportunities

  
  • ATE 1741 Vet Medical Terminology


    This Is An Introductory Course, Which Covers Common Medical Terminologies Used In The Veterinary Field. This Course Will Also Help Students Determine The Definition Of Medical Terminologies, Using The Analyses Or Word Parts

  
  • ATE 2110 Anatomy Farm & Comp Animals I


    This Course Covers The Basic Fundamentals Of Anatomy Of Domestic Animals, Including The Canine And Feline, Ruminant, And Equine With Emphasis On Locating And Identifying Anatomical Regions And Landmarks . Introduction To Descriptive And Topographical Terms And Basic Histology. Item Covered Will Include Terminology Of Anatomy, Cellular Anatomy And Morphology General Principles Of Histology Anatomy Tissues, Integumentary System, The Skeletal System The Muscular System, The Digestive Sysyem

  
  • ATE 2110L Ana Frm & Compan Animal Lab I


    This Course Covers The Basic Fundamentals Of Anatomy Of Domestic Animals, Including The Canine And Feline, Ruminants, Equine With Emphasis On Locating And Identifying Anatomical Regions And Landmarks. Introduction To Descriptive And Topographical Terms And Basic Histology. Items Covered Will Include Terminology Of Anatomy, Cellular Anatomy And Morphology General Principals Of Histology Anatomy Of Tissues, Integumentary System, The Skeletal System, The Muscular System, The Digestive System . These Principal Will Be Cover Through Dissection Of Domestic Species. This Course Will Be Taught In Conjunction With Anatomy Of Farm And Companion Animals I

  
  • ATE 2111 Anatomy Farm & Comp Animals II


    This Course Covers The Basic Fundamentals Of Anatomy Of Domestic Animals, Including The Canine And Feline, Ruminant, And Equine With Emphasis On Locating And Identifying Anatomical Regions And Landmarks . Introduction To Descriptive And Topographical Terms And Basic Histology. The Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Urinary System, Endocrine System, Reproductive System, Nervous System, Organs Of Special Sense

  
  • ATE 2638 Vet Clinical Pathology


    This Course Covers Parasite Identification And Testing And Various Sample Collection, Procedure And Interpretation For Common Diagnostic Testing Performed In The Veterinary Laboratory With Emphasis On Coagulation Studies And Clinical Chemistry

  
  • ATE 2648 Veterinary Radiology For Techn


    Radiology And Ultrasonography For The Primary Diagnostic Imaging Techniques Available To Veterinarians. The Responsibility To Provide Useful Diagnostic Images Usually Falls To The Vet Technician. The Intent Of This Course Is To Provide Essential Information Needed To Produce X-rays Films And Sonograms Of Diagnostic Quality. A Short Introduction To The Use Nuclear Imaging, Computed Tomography, Digital Radiology, Computed Radiography, And Magnetic Resonace Imaging Will Be Included

  
  • ATE 3515 Legal & Ethical Issue Vet Tech


    This Course Will Give The Student An Understanding Of Legal And Ethical Aspects Of Veterinary Practice And Prepare The Student To Manage The Human Resource Cycle In Its Entirety In The Veterinary Hospital Including The Care Of Employees While At The Organization. The Course Will Cover Information As It Relates To The Field Of Veterinary Technology And Clinical Practice Management, Office Procedure, Client Relations And Communication. This Course Will Satisfy The Computer Competency Requirement

  
  • ATE 3615 Vet Pharmacology


    This Course Will Cover The Concepts Of Pharmacology Essential In Understanding The Advanced Clinical Courses Of The Baccalaureate Program. The Technologist Will Learn Both The Scientific Fundamentals And Practical Applications Of Pharmacology. The Course Will Explore The Most Commonly Used Classes Of Drugs, The Applications To Each Body System And The Record Keeping Responsibilities Involved In Handling And Prescribing Medications, Including Controlled Substance. The Course Will Highlight The State And Federal Regulations That Govern The Prescription Of Medication

  
  • ATE 3619 Animal Health Management


    This Course Covers The Management And Husbandry Of Companion And Food Animals Housed In A Hospital, Shelter Or Pasture Situation. This Course Will Cover Information As It Relates To Proper Monitoring Of Health Parameters, Nutrition, Bathing, Kennel/stall Cleaning, And Disinfection, Administration Of Common Medications, Basic Husbandry Practices Such As Proper Record-keeping, And Decision Making In Diagnostic Procedures

  
  • ATE 3658 Anesthesia & Surgical Nur


    This Course Will Focus On Common Surgical Procedures Performed In The Veterinary Clinic. Emphasis Is Placed On Patient Preparation And Observation Aseptic Techniques, Surgical Preparation And Conduct, And Clinical Procedure, Assisting In Anesthesia, And Postoperative Patient Management.

  
  • ATE 3658L Anesthesia & Surg Nurs Lab


    This Course Will Focus On Common Surgical Procedures Performed In The Veterinary Clinic. Emphasis Is Placed On The Patient Preparation And Observation Of Aseptic Techniques, Surgical Preparation And Conduct, Clinical Procedures, Assisting In Anesthesia, And Post-operative Patient Management. This Laboratory Will Be Taught In Conjunction And Correlate With Anesthesia And Surgical Ate 3658 Lecture

  
  • ATE 3659 Animal Nursing & Restraint


    This Is An Introductory Course Covering The Fundamentals Of Animal Husbandry, Including Animal Handling, Restraint, Patient History And Admissions And Emergency Handling, And Collecting Lab Samples

  
  • ATE 3660 Zoonotic Diseases


    This Course Will Be An Introductory To Those Diseases Caused By Infectious Agents That Can Be Transmitted Between Animals And Humans. It Will Include A Brief Review Of Microbiology Of The Etiologic Agent, Descriptions Of The Clinical Presentations In Both Animals And Humans And Information Related To Diagnosis, Treatment And Control In Animals

  
  • ATE 3664 Animal Diseases & Prevention


    This Course Is Designed To Provide The Student With Essential Knowledge Of The Common Diseases Affecting Livestock And Companion Animals. Students Will Learn The Basic Of Recognizing Diseases. Clinical Signs Diagnostic Tests And Appropriate Client Education Will Be Highlighted

  
  • ATE 3940 Vet Tech Cln Rotation Wk Exp I


    This Course Consists Of A Supervised Clinical Experience In A Work Place Approved And Monitored By Faculty/instructor Covering The Competencies Listed Below. This Course Will Focus On Preventative Medicine, Diagnostic Sampling And Therapeutic Techniques Performed In A Veterinary Office. The Student Will Learn About Pathology, Parasitology And Microbiology As It Relates To Diagnostics. The Students Will Also Be Able To Demonstrate Proper Animal Handling. By End Of The Course, Students Should Completely Understand Safety And Osha Regulations. A Minimum Of 80 Hours Is Required For Full Credit

  
  • ATE 3941 Vet Tech Clin Rot/wk Exp II


    This Course Consists Of A Supervised Clinical Experience In A Work Place Approved And Monitored By Faculty/instructor Covering The Competencies Listed Below. This Course Will Focus On Veterinary Technology In The Emergency Medicine Setting. This Rotation Is Required To Be Completed In A Veterinary Emergency Hospital. A Minimum Of 80 Contact Hours Is Required For Full Credit.

  
  • ATE 3945 Herd Man / Hus Frm Animal Prac


    This Course Covers The Management And Husbandry Of Food Animals Housed In A Pasture/farm Situation. This Course Will Cover Information As It Relates To Proper Monitoring Of Health Parameters, Nutrition, Stall Cleaning And Disinfection, Administration Of Common Medications, Basic Husbandry Practices Such As Proper Record-keeping, And Decision Making In Diagnostic Procedures

  
  • ATE 4317 Intro Vet Hosp Management


    This Course Will Give Student An Overview Of Business Subject That Will Be Applicable In My Business Environment But With Particular Emphasis In Veterinary Medicine

  
  • ATE 4942 Vet Tech Clin Rot/wk Exp III


    This Course Consists Of A Supervised Clinical Experience In A Work Place Approved And Monitored By Faculty/instructor Covering The Competencies Listed Below. This Course Will Focus On Veterinary Technology In Regulatory Setting. This Rotation Is Required To Be Completed With A Veterinary Regulatory Agency (usda, Cdc, Aphis, State Diagnostic Labs, Etc). A Minimum Of 80 Contact Hours Is Required For Full Credit


Veterinary Medicine

  
  • VME T999 Vme Transfer Course


  
  • VME 4117 Animal Sanitation And Disease Control (3)


    Prerequisite: ANS 3006 ; Mcb 3020 Economically Important Diseases And Parasites Of Livestock Discussed From The Standpoint Of Causes, Spread, Protection, And Treatment.


Voice

  
  • MVV 1011 Applied Voice (2)


    For Entering Majors With Limited Background, Weak Technique, Fundamentals Of Voice Production, Posture, And Breathing. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVV 1311 Applied Voice (2)


    Vowels And Fundamental Concepts Of Tone Production; Correct Posture And Breathing; Vocalization; Easy Secular And Sacred Songs In English. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVV 2111 Fundamentals Of Voice (1)


    Elementary Vocal Techniques Instruction For Non-vocal Majors; Methods And Procedures For Choral Use Of Voice. Uses Class Approach.

  
  • MVV 2321 Applied Voice (2)


    Continued Study Of Vocal Tone Production; Principles Of Singing; Standard Literature. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVV 3331 Applied Voice (2)


    Principles, Methods, And Materials For Voice Music Instruction, Attainment Of An Appropriate Repertoire. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVV 4341 Applied Voice (2)


    General Performance Problems. In Preparation For Required Senior Recital; Songs And Arias In Tow Languages.


Woodwind

  
  • MVW 1011 Prin Applied Flute


  
  • MVW 1012 Prin Applied Oboe


  
  • MVW 1013 Prin Clarinet


  
  • MVW 1014 Prin Bassoon


  
  • MVW 1015 Prin Saxophone


  
  • MVW 1311 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Major, Minor, Chromatic Scales, All Arpeggios; Principles Of Tone Production; Articulation And Phrasing In Selected Etudes And Solos. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVW 1312 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Major, Minor, Chromatic Scales, All Arpeggios; Principles Of Tone Production; Articulation And Phrasing In Selected Etudes And Solos. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVW 1313 Prin Clarinet


  
  • MVW 1314 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Major, Minor, Chromatic Scales, All Arpeggios; Principles Of Tone Production; Articulation And Phrasing In Selected Etudes And Solos. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVW 1315 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Major, Minor, Chromatic Scales, All Arpeggios; Principles Of Tone Production; Articulation And Phrasing In Selected Etudes And Solos. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVW 2321 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Continued Study Of All Scales And Arpeggios; Advanced Articulation, Phrasing; Analysis Of Representative Literature. May Be Represented For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours

  
  • MVW 2322 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Continued Study Of All Scales And Arpeggios; Advanced Articulation, Phrasing; Analysis Of Representative Literature. May Be Represented For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours

  
  • MVW 2323 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Continued Study Of All Scales And Arpeggios; Advanced Articulation, Phrasing; Analysis Of Representative Literature. May Be Represented For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours

  
  • MVW 2324 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Continued Study Of All Scales And Arpeggios; Advanced Articulation, Phrasing; Analysis Of Representative Literature. May Be Represented For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours

  
  • MVW 2325 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Continued Study Of All Scales And Arpeggios; Advanced Articulation, Phrasing; Analysis Of Representative Literature. May Be Represented For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVW 3331 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVW 3332 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVW 3333 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVW 3334 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVW 3335 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVW 4341 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Program

  
  • MVW 4342 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Program

  
  • MVW 4343 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Program

  
  • MVW 4344 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Program

  
  • MVW 4345 Applied Woodwind (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Program.


Workforce

  
  • ECT 3003 Introduction To Vocational Teaching (3)


    Understanding The Job Of A Professional Vocational Teacher. Beginning Needs Of Persons With Adequate Occupational Experiences Who Desire To Qualify For Immediate Employment As Vocational Instructors.

  
  • ECT 3004 Principles Of Vocational And Industrial Education (3)


    Development Of A Thorough Understanding Of The Basic Concepts Of Vocational And Technology Education And A Complete And Consistent Set Of Beliefs With Relation To Education For Vocational Competence.

  
  • ECT 3273 Employer-employee Relations (3)


    Introduction To The Development Of The American Labor Movement, Labor Problems And Legislation, And Basic Considerations Of Maintaining Proper Relationships Between Workers And Management.

  
  • ECT 4193 Effective Utilizn Teachg Aids


  
  • ECT 4367 Testing And Evaluation In Industrial Education (3)


    Understanding The Construction And Use Of The Appropriate Evaluation Instruments For Classroom Teaching Level In Vocational And Industrial, And Technical Education.

  
  • ECT 4814C Technical Facilities Planning (3)


    Special Problems Involved In Planning, Organizing, And Developing Vocational Labs, Including Safety Practices.

  
  • ECT 4815 Vocational Shop Management And Safety (3-5)


    Principles Of Shop Planning, Organizing And Layout Of Equipment, Materials, And Teaching Facilities; Program Of Safety Education And Accident Prevention In The Modern Vocational School.

  
  • ECT 4905 Directed Individual Study (1-5)


    Undergraduate Students Pursue Needed Study In The Field When Appropriate Courses Are Not Scheduled During A Particular Semester.

  
  • ECT 4934 Pro Seminar In Industrial Education (3)


    Advanced Students Study Problems And Research In Industrial Teaching; Discuss And Report On Basic Issues, Problems, And Concepts In Industrial, Vocational And Technical Education. For In-service Teachers And Senior

  
  • ECT 4936 Problems In Vocational Education (3-5)


    Seminars And/or Individual Study Permitting Students To Study Special Problems Or Selected Projects In Vocational Education.

  
  • ECT 4942 Stu Tch In Ind Ed


  
  • ECT 5905 Directed Individual Study (1-5)


    Enables Graduate Students To Pursue Study In Field When Appropriate Courses Are Not Scheduled During A Particular Semester.

  
  • ECT 5934 Seminar In Industrial Education (3)


    Analytical Study Of Policies, Practices, And Issues In Vocational Technical Education And Industrial Arts. Seminar Report Based On Interpreting And Applying Research Findings And Procedures To Specific Problems Required.

  
  • ECT 5971 Thesis A, B (1-6)


    An Independent Investigation Of A Problem Or Project In Technology Or Vocational Education.

  
  • ECW 4203 Supv Crdn Voc Ed


  
  • ECW 4204 Admin Of Voc Ed


  
  • ECW 4694 Occupational Safety And Health (3)


    Problems, Practices, Regulations, Standards And Procedures For Developing Methods, Techniques And Approaches To Dealing Effectively With Occupational Health And Safety Hazards In Vocational Educational Lab.

  
  • ECW 5105 Planing & Organ Loc Voc Pro


    Planning And Organization Of The Local Vocational Program (3-5) Administrative Course Covering Characteristics And Functions Of Vocational School, As Well As Groups To Be Served, Provisions, Organizations, And Planning Necessary.

  
  • ECW 5168 Curriculum Construction (3)


    Analysis Of The Scope And Function Of Industrial Education Programs. Emphasis Is On The Development Of Plans For Curriculum Improvement To More Effectively Meet The Needs Of Secondary School Youth.

  
  • ECW 5205 Administration Of Vocational Education (3-5)


    Principles Of Organization, Selection Of Personnel And Procedures, Direction Of Instructional And Operational Phases Of Vocational And Secondary Adult Education Programs Within Federal, State, And Local Requirements.

  
  • ECW 5206 Supervision And Coordination Of Vocational Programs (3)


    Duties, Responsibilities, And Factors, Involved In Supervision And Coordination Of Vocational And Technical Education Programs At The Secondary, Post-secondary, And Adult Levels.

  
  • ECW 5265 Organization And Coordination Of Cooperative Vocational Education (3)


    Cooperative Education Programs, Their Origin And Purposes, And The Duties, Activities, And Responsibilities Of The Coordinator.

  
  • ECW 5561 Vocational Guidance (3)


    Principles, Methods And Procedures For Organizing And Carrying Out An Effective Program Of Guidance To Assist Youth And Adults In Choosing, Preparing For, Entering And Making Adjustment In Vocational Careers.

  
  • ECW 5695 Community Relations Affecting Vocational Education (3)


    Socio-economic Foundations Of Vocational Education, And Developing And Maintaining Desirable Workable Relationships Between School And Community Groups.

  
  • ECW 5697 Technical Problems (5)


    Opportunity For Individual Students, Through Directed Study, To Undertake Advanced Study In A Technical Area. Recent Developments And Technical Reports Involved.


World History

  
  • THE 2000 Introduction To Theatre (3)


    Basic theories and techniques of theatre from writing and interpreting scripts to planning and staging productions.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • THE 3000 Intro To Theatre


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • THE 3112 Theatre History I (3)


    From classical Greece through the Elizabethan period; physical theatre structures, production practices, plays and playwrights from ancient Greece to the Renaissance.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • THE 3113 Theatre History II (3)


    From the Renaissance to the present; physical theatre structures, production practices, plays and playwrights from the Renaissance to the modern period.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • THE 3232 Blk The/film&rel Stu


    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • THE 3235 Contemporary Black Theatre (3)


    Black theatre in the U.S. with emphasis on the contribution of Black Americans to the community and to the stage, from 1950 to the present.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
  
  • WOH 1012 World History Of Civilization To 1500 (3)


    Survey of world history from prehistoric times to the beginning of modern times.

    Course Attribute: General Education
    Course Attribute Value: Humanities
 

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