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  • Accounting
    • ACCT 2301 (Principles of Accounting I)
    • ACCT 2302 (Principles of Accounting II)
  • Biology
    • BIOL 1301 (Nutrition)
    • BIOL 1441 (Cell and Molecular Biology)
    • BIOL 1442 (Evolution and Ecology)
    • BIOL 2300 (Biostatistics)
    • BIOL 3315 (Genetics)
    • BIOL 3322 (Brain and Behavior)
    • BIOL 3345 (Human Physiology)
    • BIOL 3442 (Human Physiology)
    • BIOL 4309 (Neuropharmacology)
    • BIOL 4406 (Human Osteology)
  • Business
    • BSTAT 3321 (Business Statistics I)
  • Chemistry
    • CHEM 1441 (General Chemistry I)
    • CHEM 1442 (General
    • Chemistry II)
    • CHEM 2321 (Organic Chemistry I)
    • CHEM 2335 (Quantitative Chemistry)
    • CHEM 4311 (Biochemistry)
  • Computer Science & Engineering
    • CSE 1000 Level Classes
    • CSE 2000 Level Classes
    • CSE 3302 (Programming Languages)
    • CSE 3310 (Fundamentals of Software Engineering)
    • CSE 3320 (Operating Systems)
    • CSE 3330 (Database Systems and File Structures)
    • CSE 4314 (Professional Practices)
    • CSE 4380 (Information Security)
  • Economics
    • ECON 2305 (Principles of Macroeconomics)
    • ECON 2306 (Principles of Microeconomics)
  • Education Middle Level
    • EDML 4300 (Education Middle Level)
  • Educational Technology
    • EDTC 4301 (Educational Technology)
  • English
    • ENGL 1301 (Rhetoric and Composition I)
    • ENGL 1302 (Rhetoric and Composition II)
    • ENGL 2319 (British Literature)
  • French
    • FREN 1441 (Beginning French I)
    • FREN 1442 (Beginning French II)
    • FREN 2313 (Intermediate French I)
    • FREN 2314 (Intermediate French II)
  • Geography
    • GEOG 2302 (Human Geography)
    • GEOG 2303 (World Regional Geography)
    • GEOG 3304 (Historical Geography of the United States to 1850)
    • GEOG 3305 (Historical Geography of the United States since 1850)
  • History
    • HIST 1311 (History of the United States to 1865)
    • HIST 1312 (History of the United States, 1865 to Present)
    • HIST 2301 (History of Civilization)
    • HIST 2302 (History of Civilization)
    • HIST 3300 (Introduction to Historical Research)
    • HIST 3317 (U.S. Legal and Constitutional History, Colonial to 1877)
    • HIST 3323 (The New Nation)
    • HIST 3363 (Texas to 1850)
    • HIST 3364 (Texas since 1845)
    • HIST 3380 (History of Ancient Sport)
    • HIST 4350 (British Constitutional History)
  • Kinesiology
    • KINE 1400 (Introduction to Exercise Science)
    • KINE 2230 (Introduction to Musculoskeletal Injuries)
    • KINE 3300 (Functional Anatomy)
    • KINE 4317 (Exercise Prescription for Special Populations)
    • KINE 4337 (Health and Disease)
  • Literacy Studies
    • LIST 4343 (Content Area Reading and Writing)
  • Mathematics
    • MATH 0302 (Fundamentals of Algebra)
    • MATH 0311 (Foundations for Contemporary Mathematics)
    • MATH 0312 (Foundations for Algebra)
    • MATH 1301 (Contemporary Mathematics)
      MATH 1302 (College Algebra)
    • MATH 1303 (Trigonometry)
    • MATH 1308 (Elementary Statistical Analysis)
    • MATH 1313 (Liberal Arts Honors Mathematics)
    • MATH 1315 (College Algebra for Economics & Business Analysis)
    • MATH 1316 (Math for Economics and Business Analysis)
    • MATH 1324 (Algebra and Trigonometry)
    • MATH 1332 (Functions, Data, and Applications)
    • MATH 1421 (Preparation for Calculus)
    • MATH 1426 (Calculus I)
    • MATH 2425 (Calculus II)
    • MATH 2326 (Calculus III)
    • MATH 3300 (Introduction to Proofs)
    • MATH 3318 (Differential Equations)
    • MATH 3319 (Differential Equations & Linear Algebra)
    • MATH 3321 (Abstract Algebra)
    • MATH 4324 (Introduction to Partial Differential Equations)
  • Nursing
    • NURS 3365 (Pharmacology in Nursing)
    • NURS 3366 (Pathophysiologic Processes)
  • Physics
    • PHYS 1181 (Problems of Mechanics)
    • PHYS 1182 (Problems in Electricity and Magnetism)
    • PHYS 1401 (Physics for Non-Specialists I)
    • PHYS 1402 (Physics for Non-Specialists II)
    • PHYS 1441 (General Physics I)
    • PHYS 1442 (General Physics II)
    • PHYS 1443 (General Technical Physics I)
    • PHYS 1444 (General Technical Physics II)
    • PHYS 2311 (Mathematical Methods of Physics)
    • PHYS 3183 (Modern Physics Laboratory)
    • PHYS 3313 (Introduction of Modern Physics)
    • PHYS 3321 (Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism)
    • PHYS 4315 (Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics)
    • PHYS 4324 (Advanced Electricity & Magnetism)
  • Political Science
    • POLS 2311 (Government of the United States)
    • POLS 2312 (State and Local Government)
    • POLS 3330 (Judicial Behaviors and the Judicial Process)
    • POLS 3333 (Jurisprudence)
  • Psychology
    • PSYC 1315 (Introduction to Psychology)
    • PSYC 2443 (Research Design and Statistics I)
    • PSYC 2444 (Research Design and Statistics II)
  • Theatre Arts
    • THEA 1342 (Theatre and Film Appreciation)