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University Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

APPENDIX


Courses Approved for 2017-2018 University Undergraduate Catalog

(New Courses and Course Modifications)
BIOL 2100 - Zoology
Credit Hours:  4
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 2400 - General Biology
Credit Hours:  4
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 3300 - Molecular Cell Biology
Credit Hours:  4
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 3400 - Ecology
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4000 - Cell Physiology
Credit Hours:  4
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4110 - Vertebrate Histology
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4300 - Advanced Human Physiology
Credit Hours:  4
Course Description:  A study of the physiology of human organ systems and their interrelationship.  Endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, and excretory systems will be evaluated with special emphasis placed on membrane transport, fluid chemistry, and hormonal control as related to regulating homeostasis.  Three lecture hours and two laboratory hours per week.

 

BIOL 4550 - Techniques in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4630 - Seminar in Biotechnology
Credit Hours:  1
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4650 - Eukaryotic Microbiology
Credit Hours:  2
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4750 - Biomedical Botany
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4850 - Comparative Animal Physiology
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

BIOL 4900 - Local Flora
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  THIS COURSE WILL BE DEACTIVATED

 

IDS 2000 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies
Credit Hours:  3
Course Description:  Learning about interdisciplinary studies involves self-assessment, self-reflection, goal setting, research, and articulation of knowledge.  This course will introduce students to the concepts, methods, and general knowledge of interdisciplinary study.  The course will address the various approaches to interdisciplinary studies and students will learn the fundamentals of interdisciplinary research as well as its more useful applications.  The course will be organized around a general subject designed by the instructor.  Emphasis is placed on the development of critical and analytical thinking skills, as well as written and oral communication.  In addition, students will be required to map a plan of study that considers preparation for career opportunities.

Programs Approved for 2017-2018 University Undergraduate Catalog

Computer Science and Business
Program Modification:  Two Concentrations Added
Concentrations:  Information and Communications Technology Concentration (ICT) and Computational Concentration