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Course #MILH363
Course Name17th and 18th Century Military History
CategoryMilitary History
Student LevelUndergraduate

This course covers the history of warfare from the Spanish Armada in 1588 to the dawn of the French Revolutionary wars in the 1790s. The 17th and 18th centuries were an era in world history abound in continuous warfare. The militaries of Europe in particular were still primarily composed of mercenaries, politically and often militarily unreliable. Warfare in this era was not confined to the plains of Europe; the world’s oceans also played host to their own form of combat. The 17th and 18th centuries at sea began with Great Britain on the verge of invasion from the Spanish Armada to Great Britain becoming the unquestioned master of the ocean. Thus, the 17th and 18th centuries began in an aura of indecisiveness and closed awash in the destruction of “world” war. The evolution of warfare from the inconclusive to the decisive battle is explored in depth. (Prerequisite: HIST300/HS334 for History and Military History majors only)

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Registration10/30/2023 - 03/29/2024 Course Dates04/01/2024 - 05/26/2024 Start Month April SessionSpring 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Course #HIST543
Course Name18th and 19th Century Europe
CategoryHistory
Student LevelGraduate

This course investigates the intellectual, social, and economic history of Europe from the Glorious Revolution of 1688 to the onset of the Great War in 1914. The major focus is on the Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution, the Age of Ideologies, and the new imperialism prior to the World War I. While emphasizing the intellectual history of Europe, the course also investigates the social and economic structure of 18th and 19th century Europe.

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Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration02/26/2024 - 08/02/2024 Course Dates08/05/2024 - 09/29/2024 Start Month August SessionSummer 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Course #EDUC650
Course Name21st Century Teaching and Learning
CategoryEducation
Student LevelGraduate

This course explores how technology may be used as a tool in the 21st Century classroom to facilitate changes in the ways teachers teach and students learn, and ultimately to stimulate positive changes in education. It also examines how educators can increase their own productivity by using technology for communication and collaboration among colleagues, staff, parents, students, and the larger community. Candidates will examine the benefits and possible drawbacks of technology use in their classrooms and learn how to integrate technology effectively into their teaching as a means to promote student learning. Candidates will discover how technology can be an engaging and effective tool in the classroom. Candidates will also have the opportunity to learn how to incorporate the latest technology and software into the curriculum to support learning. This course addresses the standards developed by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). It also incorporates 21st Century Learning Skills. The importance of ICT (information and communication technologies) literacy is emphasized.

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Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session K Weeks16 Week session
Registration02/26/2024 - 08/02/2024 Course Dates08/05/2024 - 11/24/2024 Start Month August SessionSummer 2024 Session K Weeks16 Week session
Course #SAHE533
Course NameAcademic Advising Theory and Practice
CategoryEducation
Student LevelGraduate

In this course students will develop a deeper understanding of various academic advising theories and how they can be put into practice on a day-to-day basis with individuals and groups. Students will also examine their own philosophical perspectives and academic advising styles to identify and become more self-aware of their own personal approaches. Students will develop their personal advising philosophy during this course. Prerequisites: SAHE510 and SAHE520)

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Course #ACCT105
Course NameAccounting for Non Accounting Majors
CategoryAccounting
Student LevelUndergraduate

This course is an overview of accounting concepts used by managers in a business environment intended for non-accounting majors with no accounting background. Topics include accounting concepts, users of accounting information, elements and purpose of financial statements, accrual accounting, internal control and basic financial analysis. Students must have access to Microsoft Word® and Microsoft Excel® software. Microsoft Word® Microsoft Excel® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration10/30/2023 - 03/29/2024 Course Dates04/01/2024 - 05/26/2024 Start Month April SessionSpring 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration12/25/2023 - 05/31/2024 Course Dates06/03/2024 - 07/28/2024 Start Month June SessionSpring 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Registration02/26/2024 - 08/02/2024 Course Dates08/05/2024 - 09/29/2024 Start Month August SessionSummer 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Course #ACCT100
Course NameAccounting I
CategoryAccounting
Student LevelUndergraduate

Introduction to the purposes of financial accounting statements and the recognition, measurement, and disclosure concepts and methods underlying financial statements. The course focus is on using and interpreting financial statements and on understanding the impact of transactions on assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses. (Prerequisite: MATH225)

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Course #ACCT101
Course NameAccounting II
CategoryAccounting
Student LevelUndergraduate

A continuation of Accounting I, this course includes study of managerial concepts, analysis of financial statements, internal controls, and contemporary accounting standards, practices, and issues. Students must have access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel software. (Prerequisite: ACCT100)

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration10/30/2023 - 03/29/2024 Course Dates04/01/2024 - 05/26/2024 Start Month April SessionSpring 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Registration12/25/2023 - 05/31/2024 Course Dates06/03/2024 - 07/28/2024 Start Month June SessionSpring 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration02/26/2024 - 08/02/2024 Course Dates08/05/2024 - 09/29/2024 Start Month August SessionSummer 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Course #ACCT305
Course NameAccounting Information Systems
CategoryAccounting
Student LevelUndergraduate

This course applies the practical application of accrual-basis accounting through the use of accounting software. Students will gain experience in integrated software designed to handle general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, financial statement analysis, fixed assets, sales order processing, inventory, and payroll. Students must have access to Microsoft Word® and Microsoft Excel® software. (Prerequisite: ACCT101) Microsoft Word® Microsoft Excel® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Course #ACCT695
Course NameAccounting Theory and Concepts
CategoryAccounting
Student LevelGraduate

In this course students evaluate how organizations process and report accounting information in adherence to ethical standards and generally accepted accounting principles. Topics include accounting literature related to the accounting cycle, adjusting and closing entries, ethics, financial reporting & analysis, international accounting, auditing, taxation, and governance.

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Registration09/25/2023 - 03/01/2024 Course Dates03/04/2024 - 04/28/2024 Start Month March SessionWinter 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration11/27/2023 - 05/03/2024 Course Dates05/06/2024 - 06/30/2024 Start Month May SessionSpring 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
Registration01/29/2024 - 06/28/2024 Course Dates07/01/2024 - 08/25/2024 Start Month July SessionSummer 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Course #DEFM305
Course NameAcquisition Business Management
CategoryGovernment Contracting and Acquisition
Student LevelUndergraduate

Deals with common financial issues in acquisition that include cost estimating; earned value analysis; Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE); congressional enactment; and budget preparation and execution. In this course, the student will prepare, justify, and defend budget exhibits and obligation/expenditure plans; formulate impact/reclama statements and reports; and develop and defend business aspects of the acquisition and PPBE cycle.

Registration Dates Course Dates Start Month Session Weeks
Registration10/30/2023 - 03/29/2024 Course Dates04/01/2024 - 05/26/2024 Start Month April SessionSpring 2024 Session B Weeks8 Week session
Registration12/25/2023 - 05/31/2024 Course Dates06/03/2024 - 07/28/2024 Start Month June SessionSpring 2024 Session D Weeks8 Week session
Registration02/26/2024 - 08/02/2024 Course Dates08/05/2024 - 09/29/2024 Start Month August SessionSummer 2024 Session I Weeks8 Week session
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