Senior

TEAC A300 Secondary School Methods I
3.00 crs.

This course investigates various methods of teaching secondary school students. It encompasses planning, organization and teaching strategies. Field experiences are included.

Senior, Students must apply for teaching residency and receive permission from the Office of Teacher Education the semester before they take the teaching residency and methods class.
Corequisites:
TEAC A306 Secondary School Methods II
3.00 crs.

This course focuses on methodology specific to the student’s major content area in which they will be certified.  Field experiences are included.

Senior
Corequisites:
ENGL A376 Studies in Technoculture
3.00 crs.

This special topics course investigates the ways culture shapes and is shaped by technology.  It explores the reception, theory, and representation of technology and treats, but is not limited to, questions of poetics, aesthetics, history, politics and the environment.  Specific topics change each semester. This course may be repeated with permission.

Junior, Senior, Any of the prerequisites are accepted
ENGL A376 Studies in Technoculture
3.00 crs.

This special topics course investigates the ways culture shapes and is shaped by technology.  It explores the reception, theory, and representation of technology and treats, but is not limited to, questions of poetics, aesthetics, history, politics and the environment.  Specific topics change each semester. This course may be repeated with permission.

Junior, Senior, Any of the prerequisites are accepted
TEAC A410 Teaching Residency I
3.00 crs.

This course requires students to spend a minimum of 60% of the instructional day in their assigned school. Students will work under the direction of a mentor teacher and participate in all appropriate educational activities. A college supervisor will complete on-site observations and conferences with the student resident. Fee $100.

Senior, Students must apply for teaching residency and receive permission from the Office of Teacher Education the semester before they take the teaching residency and methods class.
TEAC A412 Teaching Residency II
6.00 crs.

This course requires students to spend a minimum of 80% of the instructional day in their assigned school. Students will work under the direction of a mentor teacher and participate in all appropriate educational activities. A college supervisor will complete on-site observations and conferences with the student resident. Fee $100.

Senior
CMMN A484 Seminar in Mass Communications Ethics and Diversity
1.00 crs.

This course examines the moral principles that order the work of the communications professional with an emphasis on case discussion.

Senior, Required for Mass Communication majors
CMMN A492 Senior Seminar in Mass Communication
3.00 crs.

This course prepares students to enter the global mass communication industry and offers all the tools necessary as students begin searching for their first jobs. Students create resumes and portfolios for professional purposes and fine-tune their job hunting and leadership skills.

Senior, Required for Mass Communication majors
ACCT B403 Auditing + Assurance Services
3.00 crs.

This course is an introduction to auditing and assurance services in the public accounting profession. The course covers the auditing environment, the auditing process, and the application of auditing concepts to various types of audits, including financial, operational, and compliance.

Senior
BA B415 Business Ethics
3.00 crs.

This course examines the sources of societal pressure, business reaction, and the community’s expectation. The entire spectrum of corporate and government activities are discussed against the framework of the demands made on the firm and government by forces outside of the marketplace.

Senior
BA B415 Business Ethics
3.00 crs.

This course examines the sources of societal pressure, business reaction, and the community’s expectation. The entire spectrum of corporate and government activities are discussed against the framework of the demands made on the firm and government by forces outside of the marketplace.

Senior
BA B415 Business Ethics
3.00 crs.

This course examines the sources of societal pressure, business reaction, and the community’s expectation. The entire spectrum of corporate and government activities are discussed against the framework of the demands made on the firm and government by forces outside of the marketplace.

Senior
BA B445 Business Policy
3.00 crs.

This course provides students with the opportunity to integrate the skills acquired in prior coursework in analyzing the internal and external environments of organizations and has students learn how to formulate and implement strategies that will allow a firm to compete successfully within its environment.

Senior
BA B445 Business Policy
3.00 crs.

This course provides students with the opportunity to integrate the skills acquired in prior coursework in analyzing the internal and external environments of organizations and has students learn how to formulate and implement strategies that will allow a firm to compete successfully within its environment.

Senior
BA B445 Business Policy
3.00 crs.

This course provides students with the opportunity to integrate the skills acquired in prior coursework in analyzing the internal and external environments of organizations and has students learn how to formulate and implement strategies that will allow a firm to compete successfully within its environment.

Senior
BA B445 Business Policy
3.00 crs.

This course provides students with the opportunity to integrate the skills acquired in prior coursework in analyzing the internal and external environments of organizations and has students learn how to formulate and implement strategies that will allow a firm to compete successfully within its environment.

Senior
MKT B450 Advanced Marketing Strategy
3.00 crs.

This course is an analysis of a wide variety of marketing problems. The case-situation method is employed, with emphasis on managerial problem solving amid real world constraints; and the use of behavioral and quantitative techniques.

Senior
MKT B450 Advanced Marketing Strategy
3.00 crs.

This course is an analysis of a wide variety of marketing problems. The case-situation method is employed, with emphasis on managerial problem solving amid real world constraints; and the use of behavioral and quantitative techniques.

Senior
MGT B450 Process & Project Management
3.00 crs.

This course introduces fundamental approaches for managing business operations in the fields of process and project management. Students will develop skills which will enable them to define, scope, schedule, and manage projects and associated tasks; to analyze processes to ensure quality and create value; and to manage the flow of information, products, and/or services across a network of customers, employees, and stakeholders. This course focuses on practical application through hands-on project leadership and case studies which will support students’ ability to analyze real world problems, identify possible solutions, and manage the appropriate changes to achieve organizational performance goals.

Senior
MGT B450 Process & Project Management
3.00 crs.

This course introduces fundamental approaches for managing business operations in the fields of process and project management. Students will develop skills which will enable them to define, scope, schedule, and manage projects and associated tasks; to analyze processes to ensure quality and create value; and to manage the flow of information, products, and/or services across a network of customers, employees, and stakeholders. This course focuses on practical application through hands-on project leadership and case studies which will support students’ ability to analyze real world problems, identify possible solutions, and manage the appropriate changes to achieve organizational performance goals.

Senior
INTB B460 International Accounting
3.00 crs.

This course covers topics including comparison of accounting between US GAAP and IFRS; examination of common financial, managerial, and tax accounting issues faced by U.S. multinational firms, including the impact of transactions conducted in foreign currencies; defenses against currency rate changes such as forward exchange forward contracts; and the restatement of foreign currency financial statements for overseas subsidiaries. 

Senior
ACCT B460 International Accounting
3.00 crs.

This course covers topics including comparison of accounting between US GAAP and IFRS; examination of common financial, managerial, and tax accounting issues faced by U.S. multinational firms, including the impact of transactions conducted in foreign currencies; defenses against currency rate changes such as forward exchange forward contracts; and the restatement of foreign currency financial statements for overseas subsidiaries.

Senior
FILM M450 Senior Film Project
3.00 crs.

Capstone class of advanced study in the production of a single professional-quality film or video or other new media. This project is directly aimed at career development and creating a significant resume item to enhance employment and/or graduate school opportunities for each student. May be spread over both semesters of senior year.

Senior
FILM M450 Senior Film Project
3.00 crs.

Capstone class of advanced study in the production of a single professional-quality film or video or other new media. This project is directly aimed at career development and creating a significant resume item to enhance employment and/or graduate school opportunities for each student. May be spread over both semesters of senior year.

Senior