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  • Accounting
    • ACCT 2301: Principles of Accounting I
    • ACCT 2302: Principles of Accounting II
    • ACCT 3311: Financial Accounting I
    • ACCT 3312: Financial Accounting II
    • ACCT 3315: Tax
    • ACCT 4302: Advanced Mana 
  • Anthropology
    • ANTH 2339: Introduction to Archaeology
  • Architecture
    • ARCH 2303: History of Architecture and Design I
    • ARCH 2304: History of Architecture and Design II
  • Art
    • ART 1301: Art Appreciation
    • ART 1307: Nonwestern Art
    • ART 1309: Art of West I
    • ART 1310: Art of West
    • ART 3310: Film as Art
    • ART 3316: Near East Art
    • ART 3320: Art of the Ancient Americas
    • ART 3350: Intro Narrative Screenwriting
    • ART 4306: Mid-Renaissance
    • ART 4354: Adv Narrative Screenwriting
    • THEA 1342: Theatre & Film Appreciation
  • Astronomy
    • ASTR 1345: Introductory Astronomy I
  • Biomedical Engineering
    • BE 4372: Drug Delivery Systems
    • BE 4382: Lab Principles
  • Biology
    • BIOL 1301: Nutrition
    • BIOL 1333: Discovering Biology
    • BIOL 1334: Life on Earth: Evolution, Ecology, and Global Change
    • BIOL 1345: Biology I for Nursing Students
    • BIOL 1441: Cell and Molecular Biology
    • BIOL 1442: Evolution and Ecology
    • BIOL 2300: Biostatistics
    • BIOL 2457: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    • BIOL 2458: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
    • BIOL 2460: Nursing Microbiology
    • BIOL 3315: Genetics
    • BIOL 3427: Plant Science
    • BIOL 3444: General Microbiology
    • BIOL 3457: General Ecology
  • Business
    • BLAW 3310: Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
    • BLAW 3311: Law I
    • BSTAT 3321: Business Statistics
    • ECON 2305: Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECON 2306: Principles of Microeconomics
    • ECON 3303: Economics of Banking and Finance
    • ECON 3303: Money and Banking
    • FINA 2330: Managerial Finance
    • FINA 3313: Managerial Finance
    • FINA 3315: Investments
    • INSY 2303: Introduction to M.I.S. and Data
    • INSY 3300: Introduction to Python
    • MANA 3318: Organizational Behavior
    • MARK 3321: Principles in Marketing
    • OPMA 3306: Operations Management
  • Chemistry
    • CHEM 1441: General Chemistry I
    • CHEM 1442: General
    • Chemistry II
    • CHEM 1451: Chemistry for Health Science
    • CHEM 1454: Chemistry for Engineers
    • CHEM 2321: Organic Chemistry I

  • Civil Engineering
    • CE 1105: Introduction to Civil Engineering
    • CE 1252: Computer Tools – Autocad
    • CE 2311: Statics
    • CE 2313: Mechanics of Materials
  • Communications
    • CLAS 3335: Classical Studies
    • COMS 1301: Fundamentals of Public Speaking
    • COMS 2302: Professional and Technical Communication for Science and Engineering
  • Computer Science & Engineering
    • CSE 1310: Introduction to Computers and Programming
    • CSE 1320: Intermediate Programming CSE 2000 Level Classes
    • CSE 1325: Object Oriented Programming
    • CSE 2312: Computer Organization
    • CSE 2315: Discrete Structures
    • CSE 2320: Algorithms and Data Structures
    • CSE 3310: Fundamentals of Software Engineering
    • CSE 3313: Signal Processing
    • CSE 3320: Operating Systems
    • CSE 3330: Databases
    • CSE 3442: Embedded I
    • CSE 4342: Embedded II
    • CSE 4344: Computer Networks
  • Curriculum and Instruction
    • EDTC 4301: Tech Applications
  • Electrical Engineering
    • EE 1106: EE Freshman Practicum
    • EE 1201: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
    • EE 1311: Embedded System Programming
    • EE 2320: Circuit Analysis
    • EE 2347: Mathematical Foundations of EE
    • EE 2403: Electronics I
    • EE 2415: Circuit Analysis I
    • EE 2441: Digital Design
    • EE 3316: Continuous Discrete Signals and Systems
    • EE 3318: Real-Time DSP
    • EE 3330: Probability and Random Signals
    • EE 3407: Electromagnetics
    • EE 3446: Circuit Analysis II
  • English
    • ENGL 1301: Rhetoric and Composition I
    • ENGL 1302: Rhetoric and Composition II
    • ENGL 2338: Technical Writing
    • ENGL 2350: Intro to Analysis & Interpretation
    • ENGL 2384: Structure of Modern English
    • ENGL 3375: Creative Writing
  • Engineering
    • C Language (Other)
    • C++ (Other)
    • ENGR 1105: Introduction to Engineering for Transfer Students
    • ENGR 1250: Problem Solving in Engineering
    • ENGR 1300: Engineering Problem Solving
    • IE 3301: Engineering Probability and Stats
    • Java Programming(Other)
  • Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    • MAE 1312: Engineering Statics

    • MAE 1351: Introduction to Engineering Design

    • MAE 2314: Fluid Mechanics

    • MAE 2315: Fluid Dynamics

    • MAE 2323: Dynamics

    • MAE 2360: Numerical Analysis and Programming

    • MAE 3303: Compressible Flow

    • MAE 3304: Astronautics
    • MAE 3306: Flight Performance

    • MAE 3309: Thermal Engineering
    • MAE 3405: Flight Dynamics
  • History
    • HIST 1301 (History of the United States to 1865)
    • HIST 2301: History of Civilization

    • HIST 2302: History of Civilization

    • HIST 3300: Introduction to Historical Research

  • Mathematics
    • MATH 0302 (Fundamentals of Algebra)
    • MATH 0311 (Foundations for Contemporary Mathematics)
    • MATH 0312 (Foundations for Algebra)
    • MATH 1000 Level Courses
    • MATH 2425 (Calculus II)
    • MATH 2326 (Calculus III)
    • MATH 3330: Linear Algebra

    • MATH 3318 (Differential Equations)

    • MATH 3319: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
    • MATH 3321: Abstract Algebra I

    • MATH 3330: Introduction to Matrices and Linear Algebra

      MATH 4321: Abstract Algebra II

    • MATH 4324: Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

      MATH 4350: PreCal for Mid-Level Mathematics Teachers

  • Nursing
    • NURS 3365 (Pharmacology in Nursing)
    • NURS 3366 (Pathophysiologic Processes)
    • NURS 2300: Cooperative Nursing Experience

    • NURS 2300: Intro to Professional and Clinical Concepts in Nursing

    • NURS 3261: Nursing of Older Adults

    • NURS 3320: Holistic Health Assessments

    • NURS 3333: Health Promotion across the Lifespan

    • NURS 3481: Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing

    • NURS 3561: Nursing of Adults

    • NURS 3632: Clinical Nursing Foundations
  • Science
    • SCIE 3303: Geology, Meteorology, and Oceanography
    • SCIE 3304: Astronomy
  • Sociology
    • SOCI 1311: Introduction to Sociology

    • SOCI 3331: Sociology of the Family
  • Social Work
    • SOCW 1331: Social Work Professionalism and Student Success
    • SOCW 2302: Life Span Development and Human Behavior
    • SOCW 2311: Introduction to Social Work
    • SOCW 2313: Social Work Practice I
    • SOCW 3301: Theories of Human Behavior
    • SOCW 3303: Social Welfare Policy and Services
    • SOCW 3304: Social Work Practice II
    • SOCW 3306: Social Work Practice III: Macro Practice
    • SOCW 3307: Diverse Populations
    • SOCW 3308: Social work Research Methods
    • SOCW 3312: Disability & Social Work
    • SOCW 3314: The Latina Experience
    • SOCW 3320: U.S. Immigration and the American Dream
    • SOCW 4310: Children and Families Case by case
    • SOCW 4314: Intimate Partner Violence
    • SOCW 4363: Aging in American Society
    • SOCW 4366: Seminar in Gender Issues
    • SOCW 4371: Forensic Social Work
    • SOCW 4951: Social Work Field Instruction and Seminar
  • Spanish
    • SPAN 1441: Beginning Spanish I
    • SPAN 2313: Intermediate Spanish I
    • SPAN 2314: Intermediate Spanish II
    • SPAN 3320: Introduction to Hispanic Literature and Culture
    • SPAN 4313: Topics in Hispanic Culture
    • SPAN 4334: Contemporary Hispanic Culture
  • Physics
    • PHYS 1181: Problems in Mechanics
    • PHYS 1182: Problems in Electricity and Magnetism
    • PHYS 1301: Physics for Non-Specialists I
    • PHYS 1302: Physics for Non-Specialists II
    • PHYS 1441: General College Physics I
    • PHYS 1442: General Physics II
    • PHYS 1443: General Technical Physics I
    • PHYS 1444: General Technical Physics II
  • Political Science
    • POLS 2311 (Government of the United States)
    • POLS 2312 (State and Local Government)

  • Psychology
    • PSYC 1315 (Introduction to Psychology)