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New Course Offering Descriptions | Fall 2013
AS 232/MM 232 – Graphic Design
Jennifer Jarnot | 3 credit hours (cross-listed course)
This course is an introduction to graphic design as a form of visual communication through the use of image, form, color, and type. Students will be introduced to the fundamental principles of graphic design, and will explore formal composition principals, graphic design methodology, and approaches to digital layout. Basic principles and elements of design will be explored for creating ads, logos, newsletters, magazine covers, posters, and brochures
CH 361 – Fundamentals of Physical Chemistry (previously CH 361 for 4 credit hrs )
Cynthia Woodbridge | 3 credit hours
This course introduces the basic principles of physical chemistry. Principles of thermodynamics, equilibrium, classical kinetics and quantum mechanics are developed.
PREREQUISITE: PC 226, CH 252
CH 363 – Integrated Chemistry Lab: Spectroscopy
Cynthia Woodbridge | 1 credit hour
Lab exercises will focus on the application of spectroscopic methods to chemical problems, especially those in inorganic chemistry.
PREREQUISITE: PC 226, CH 252
EN 224 – Studies in World Literature: Arabian Nights
Joanne Janssen | 3 credit hours
This course explores a closely focused topic in world literature. Selections and emphasis will vary from semester to semester. The course may be organized around a region or culture's literature (such as South Asian, Caribbean, or African literature) or it may offer an in-depth comparative study of a theme or topic that crosses geographical boundaries (such as colonial or postcolonial literature, the effects of globalization, or the influence of Arabian Nights on literature around the world).
EN 228 – Studies in American Ethnic Literature: African American Literature
Tamara Slankard | 3 credit hours
This course explores a closely focused topic in American ethnic literature. Course content and emphasis will vary from semester to semester. The course may be organized around significant works of literature by writers from a single American ethnic background, such as African American, Native American, Hispanic American, or Asian American. Or the course may be organized around a specific literary genre or theme across multiple American ethnic literatures.
EX 494 – Exercise Programming: Assessment & Prescription
Chris Todden | 4 credit hours with lab
This class prepares students to learn skills associated with screening clients for exercise participation, conducting basic fitness assessments, interpreting assessment test results, and fashioning exercise prescriptions to meet clients' needs. In addition, the course is designed to instruct the student on the basic physiological and methodological aspects of programming application through practical experiences.
PREREQUISITE: EX 245, EX 343, EX 346, EX 347