Mar 01, 2024  
2015-2016 General Catalog 
    
2015-2016 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Brass

  
  • MVB 1013 Applied Brass (2)


    For Instrumentalists Below Expected Entering Level Of Accomplishment. Basic Principles And Techniques Of Instrumental Performance. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVB 1014 Applied Brass (2)


    For Instrumentalists Below Expected Entering Level Of Accomplishment. Basic Principles And Techniques Of Instrumental Performance. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVB 1015 Applied Brass (2)


    For Instrumentalists Below Expected Entering Level Of Accomplishment. Basic Principles And Techniques Of Instrumental Performance. May Be Repeated For Maximum Credit Of 4 Hours.

  
  • MVB 1311 Prin Trumpet


  
  • MVB 1312 Prin French Horn


  
  • MVB 1313 Prin Trombone


  
  • MVB 1314 Prin Baritone Horn


  
  • MVB 1315 Prin Applied Tuba


  
  • MVB 2321 Applied Brass


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

  
  • MVB 2322 Applied Brass (2)


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

  
  • MVB 2323 Applied Brass (2)


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

  
  • MVB 2324 Applied Brass (2)


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

  
  • MVB 2325 Pplied Brass (2)


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

  
  • MVB 3331 Applied Brass (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVB 3332 Applied Brass (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVB 3333 Applied Brass (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVB 3334 Applied Brass (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVB 3335 Applied Brass (2)


    Establishment Of Repertoire, Extensive Literature, Etudes.

  
  • MVB 4333 Applied Brass (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Performance.

  
  • MVB 4341 Applied Brass (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Performance.

  
  • MVB 4342 Applied Brass (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Performance.

  
  • MVB 4343 Prin Trombone


  
  • MVB 4344 Applied Brass (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Performance.

  
  • MVB 4345 Applied Brass (2)


    Preparation For Senior Recital Performance.


Building Construction

  
  • BCN 1001 Construction Seminar


  
  • BCN 1221C Building Const I


  
  • BCN 2222C Building Const II


  
  • BCN 2230 Materials And Methods I (3)


    Study Of Building Materials (sources, Properties And Uses) And Construction Methods. The Materials Studied Are Wood, Masonry And Concrete.

  
  • BCN 2231 Materials And Methods II (2)


    Prerequisite: BCN 2230 Materials And Methods I (3)  A Continuation Of The Study Of Building Materials (sources, Properties And Uses) And Construction Methods. This Course Covers Steel, Precast Concrete, Finishes And Composite Structures. Fastening Forms, Techniques And Related Structural Systems Are Topics.

  
  • BCN 2253 Construction Accounting


    This Course Presents A Current And Comprehensive Guide To Construction Accounting. The Course Provides Technical Language And Step-by-step Procedures For Builders, Contractors And Developers To Establish And Maintain A Professional Record Keeping System

  
  • BCN 2757 Const Documents II


  
  • BCN 3224 Construction Documents III (3)


    Prerequisite: BCN 3251 Construction Documents I (3)  Study And Analysis Of Large-scale Construction With Respect To Structural And Mechanical Systems And Symbols. Continued Coverage Of Specifications And Their Composition For Components Of Such Structures.

  
  • BCN 3240 Construction Equip & Operation


    In This Course Students Will Learn To Identify , Select And Plan For The Use Of Appropriate Heavy Equipment For Construction Projects. Topics Include The Users, Functions, Productivity Rates, And Cost Associated With Using Various Equipment Such As Dozers, Excavators, Trucks And Cranes

  
  • BCN 3251 Construction Documents I (3)


    Study Of All Components Of Working Drawings And Attendant Specifications. Students Learn The Graphic Language Necessary For Reading And Producing Construction Drawings. Students Are Required To Produce Detailed Wall Sections Of Residential And Small Commercial Projects.

  
  • BCN 3253 Construction Accounting (3)


    This Course Presents A Current And Comprehensive Guide To Construction Accounting. The Course Provides Technical Language And Step-by-step Procedures For Builders, Contractors And Developers To Establish And Maintain A Professional Record Keeping System.

  
  • BCN 3562C Electrical Systems In Construction (3)


    Study Of Electrical Sources, Circuit Fixtures, Lighting, Wiring And Drawings. In Addition, The Conditions For Proper Placement, Planning And Capacities Of Electrical Components And Systems.

  
  • BCN 3565 Elect Sys In Constru


  
  • BCN 3566 Electro-mech Systems


  
  • BCN 3566C Electromechanical Systems (3)


    Prerequisite: PHY 2048 General Physics I (4)  Development Of Engineering And Design Principles Needed To Design, Construct And Monitor Electro-mechanical Systems In Residential, Commercial And Industrial Projects.

  
  • BCN 3569 Elec-mech Equip II


  
  • BCN 3701 Construction Management II (3)


    Prerequisite: Bcn 3700, Construction Management I. Continuation Of Bcn 3700, Construction Management I, With Emphasis On Contract Negotiations, Labor Take-offs, In The Construction Estimate. Organization And Management Theory For Construction, Elements Of Leadership And Human Supervision, Contractor Organization, Office Operations, Project Management And Labor Relations.

  
  • BCN 3720 Constr Plan & Schedu


  
  • BCN 3731 Construction Safety


    This Course Is Designed To Equip Construction Project Managers, Engineers, Job Superintendents And Others To Implement And Maintain A Safe Working Environments For Constructions Projects. The Topics Covered Include Occupational Safety And Health Administration (osha) Regulations And Procedures, Legal And Economic Issues Pertaining To Safety, Record Keeping Requirements, Procedures For Preventing Accidents And Illness, Hazard Recognition And Related Topics

  
  • BCN 3753 Const Financing


  
  • BCN 3797 Construction Management I (3)


    Prerequisite: BCN 3251 Construction Documents I (3)  Study Of The Processes, Techniques And Tools Associated With Construction Management. Topics Include The Roles Of The Project Manager And Other Key Personnel ; The Elements And Main Objectives Of Construction Management; The Construction Industry; Construction Practices; Project Cost Management; Project Planning And Scheduling; Resource Management; And Project Financial Management. Primavera And Prolog Manager Software Programs Are Introduced In This Course.

  
  • BCN 4511 Heat Vent & Ac Sys


  
  • BCN 4617 Construction Estimating I. (3)


    Prerequisite: BCN 3251 Construction Documents I (3)  And BCN 2230 Materials And Methods I (3) . Quantity Surveying And Cost Estimating For Small Scale Construction Projects. This Course Includes: 1. A Review Of Basic Math; 2. Quantity Recognition From Working Drawings; 3. Discussions Of Various Units Of Measure And Productivity Rates; And 4. Current Estimating Software.

  
  • BCN 4619 Construction Estimating II. (3)


    Prerequisite: BCN 4617 Construction Estimating I. (3)  Continuation Of Estimating I Where Students Do More Independent Work On Larger Systems And Structures. The Emphasis Is The Project Cost Estimate Including Material, Labor, Equipment And Subcontract Costs And Indirect Costs.

  
  • BCN 4705 Contracts, Codes & Laws. (3)


    Prerequisite: BCN 3251 Construction Documents I (3) . Study Of Municipal, County And State Codes; Building Codes; And Construction Contracts. This Includes The Following Topics: Contractual Relationships Amongst Construction Parties; Types Of Agreements, Workmen’s Compensation, Insurance, Etc.

  
  • BCN 4708 Contract Codes & Specs


  
  • BCN 4751 Land Dev:plan & Feas


  
  • BCN 4782 Computer Applications For Construction Management (3)


    Prerequisite: Bcn 3700, Construction Management I. Use Of Computers For Construction Management Applications. Software Programs Studied Include The Following: Dos, Windows, Ms Word, Wordperfect, Lotus, Excel, Primavera, Prolog Manager.

  
  • BCN 4905 Directed IndIVidual Study (3)


    Prerequisite: Consent Of The Instructor. Students Pursue A Special Project Related To The Field Of Study.

  
  • BCN 4941 Const Mgmt Intern


  
  • BCN 5728 Adv Conts Plan & Sch


  
  • BCN 5741 Const Claims & Resol


  
  • BCN 5790 Constr Tech & Mgmt I


  
  • BCN 5791 Const Tech & Mgmt II



Business

  
  • TAX 4001 Federal Tax Actg I


  
  • TAX 4001 Individual Taxation (3)


    Prerequisite: Acg 3101. Study Of The Internal Revenue Code And Its Applications In Planning And Preparing Tax Returns For Individuals.

  
  • TAX 4001L Individual Tax Lab


  
  • TAX 4011 Fed Tax Accting II


    Concepts And Methods Of Determining Income Of Corporations, Partnerships, Estates, And Trusts For Tax Purposes; Interpretation Of The Internal Revenue Code, Related Regulations, And Tax Advisory Services. Subsequent Credit For Tax 50l5 Is Not Permitted.

  
  • TAX 4101 Corporate Taxation (3)


    Prerequisite: TAX 4001 . Study Of The Internal Revenue Code And Its Applications In Planning And Preparing Tax Returns For Corporations.

  
  • TAX 4101L Corporate Tax Lab


  
  • TAX 5105 Corp Tax Seminar


  
  • TAX 5105DL Corp Tax Seminar


    Study Of Corporate Tax Issues Via Research Case Analysis

  
  • TAX 5405 Estate & Gift Tax


  
  • TAX 5405DL Estate & Gift Tax


    The Study Of Estate And Gift Tax Issues Via Research Case Analysis

  
  • TAX 5505DL International Tax


    Study Of International Tax Issues Via Research Case Analysis


Business Education

  
  • BTE 1310 Basic Apparel Constr


  
  • BTE 3063C Shorthand I


  
  • OST 2120 Document Formatting II (3)


    Prerequisite: OST 1110 . Advanced Production Of Office Projects.

  
  • OST 2335 Business Communications (3)


    Prerequisite: ENC 1101 , ENC 1102 . Provides Training In Oral Expression And Writing Business Letters And Reports In Correct Style And Forceful English.

  
  • OST 3210 Shorthand I


  
  • OST 3337 Bus Report Writing


  
  • OST 3601 Mach Transcription


  
  • OST 3639 Microcomputer Applications (3)


    Prerequisite: OST 2120 , OST 2335 , OST 3711 . Development Of Proper And Efficient Operation Of Transcribing And Dictating Equipment, And Microcomputer For Calculations, Word Processing, Database Management, Electronic Spreadsheets,

  
  • OST 3716 Word Processing (3)


    Prerequisite: OST 2120 , OST 2335 . An Introduction To Word Processing Theory And The Use Of Word Processing Software.

  
  • OST 4071 Leadership Development For Business (3)


    Designed To Help Students Develop The Necessary Leadership Skills And Attitudes To Become Effective Leaders In The Marketplace.

  
  • OST 4354 Records Management


  
  • OST 4402 Admin Support System


  
  • OST 4404 Admin Support System


  
  • OST 4500 Office Management


  
  • OST 4501 Office Management


  
  • OST 4703 Intro Inform Service


  
  • OST 4816 Desktop Publishing (3)


    Prerequisite: OST 3711 . Production Of Mailable Documents, Creative Documents, And Telecommunications Using Various Computer Applications.

  
  • OST 5338 Advanced Communications In Business (3)


    Techniques Of Effective Business Writing, Speaking, And Listening And Techniques Of Dictating.

  
  • OST 5358 Records Management (3)


    Design And Analysis Of Records System, Management Of Life Cycle Of Records, And Retention And Maintenance Of Records.

  
  • OST 5365 Programming For Information Management (3)


    Design, Preparation, And Maintenance Of Software For Information Management Systems Using The Computer. Emphasis Is On Design Of Procedures.

  
  • OST 5505 Administrative Office Management (3)


    Study Of Organization And Management Of Office Functions In Relation To Business Enterprise. Course Involves Coordination Of Information Processing With Other Services, Communication Media, Analysis And Evaluation Of Office Jobs.

  
  • OST 5585 Human Relations In Business (3)


    Techniques Of Effective Relationships Among Office Personnel.

  
  • OST 5705 Management Information Systems (3)


    Emphasis On Determination Of Management Information Requirements And The Design And Management Of Systems To Meet Those Needs.

  
  • OST 5715 Word Proc Tech


  
  • OST 5725 Word Proc Appl



Business Law

  
  • BUL 2241 Commercial Law


    Study Of Commercial Law In A Global Context And The Uniform Commercial Code

  
  • BUL 3310 Legal Environm Bus


  
  • BUL 3320 Business Law - Business Education (3)


    Knowledge Of General Principles/concepts Of Business Law To Provide For An Informed Citizenry.

  
  • BUL 4130 Legal Environment Of Business (3)


    Prerequisite: Acg 3101. Fundamental Concepts Of Business Law As They Apply To Varied And Changing Global Business Environments.

  
  • BUL 4350 Commercial Law (3)


    Prerequisite: Acg 3101. Study Of The Uniform Commercial Code And Commercial Law In A Global Context.

  
  • BUL 4905 Directed IndIVidual Study Business Law (3)


    Prerequisite: Permission Of The Director Of Undergraduate Programs And The Supervising Professor. Independent Study In Business Law With Appropriate Supervision.

 

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