HST 379 Race, Class and Power: South Africa in the 20th Century 3(3-0)
The course explores the challenges to Afrikaner nationalism and its apartheid policies by traditional liberalism, BlackAfrican nationalism, revolutionary Marxism and ethnic mobilization. Identical to HUM 340. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Recommended: HST 176 or PSC 340. (University Program Group IV-A).
HST 525 The Industrialization of America 3(3-0)
This course analyzes how industrialization transformed America and how it altered living standards, culture, labor, business, and politics. Recommended: 12 hours of humanities and social science.
HST 597 Special Studies 1-6(Spec) Study of a selected historical topic at a level suitable for advanced undergradu- ates or graduate students. Recommended: 12 hours of HST.
HST 602 Colloquium in U.S. History to 1865 3-6(3-0)
An investigation of historical interpretations and methodologies dealing with major themes in American history from 1607 to 1865. Recommended: Admis- sion to graduate program in history. A student may take this course twice, for 3 hours of credit each time, but must choose a second instructor for the second 3 hours.
HST 603 Colloquium in U.S. History Since 1865 3-6(3-0)
An investigation of historical interpretations and methodologies dealing with major topics and themes in American history from 1865 to present. Recom- mended: Admission to the graduate program in history. A student may take this course twice, for 3 hours of credit each time, but must choose a second instructor for the second 3 hours.
HST 690 Advanced Readings 1-9(Spec) Prerequisites: 12 hours of junior, senior, or graduate-level history and permis- sion of the department chairperson and the instructor.
HST 717 Seminar in the History of Twentieth Century America 3-6(3-0)
Study of a selected topic in the history of the United States in the twentieth century. Recommended: HST 111 plus at least one more course in this field of American history. A student may take this course twice, for 3 credit hours each time, but must choose a second instructor for the second 3 hours.
HUM - Humanities
HUM 301 Medieval Synthesis: Love in the Middle Ages 3(3-0)
An integrative, interdisciplinary seminar (employing history and literary criti- cism) examining love in its many medieval guises, e.g., love of God, of family, erotic love, and illicit love. Pre/Co-Requisites: ENG 362; HST 200 or HST 340. (University Program Group IV-A)
HUM 303 Law and Society: Great Trials 3(3-0)
Interdisciplinary study of law, from the classical world to modern times, focus- ing on ethical, jurisprudential, political and legal components of trials of major historical figures. (University Program Group IV-A)
HUM 340 Race, Class and Power: South Africa in the Twentieth Century 3(3-0)
The course explores the challenges of Afrikaner nationalism and its apartheid policies by traditional liberalism, Black African nationalism, revolutionary Marx- ism and ethnic mobilization. Identical to HST 379. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Prerequisites: HST 176; PSC 340. (University Program Group IV-A)
HUM 370 The Age of Augustus 3(3-0) Literature, history, art, and culture of the Roman world under its first emperor. (University Program Group IV-A)
HUM 597 Special Studies in Humanities 1-12(Spec) Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
HUM 610 Seminar in American Individualism 3(3-0)
Analysis of the varieties and values of American individualism through literary, historical and sociological sources. Prerequisite: Admission to M.A. in Humanities program.
HUM 619 Continuing Registration for Final Research Project 1(1-0)
A non-credit course intended for students who have completed all program credits but still need to use university resources to complete their degree requirements.
HUM 797 Special Topics in Humanities 1-12(Spec) Interdisciplinary study of selected topics in the humanities. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, will vary by topic offered.
HUM 799 Thesis 1-6(Spec) CR/NC only. Prerequisites: 15 hours of graduate work in the humanities and written permission of advisor.
IET - Industrial and Engineering Technology
IET 116 General Drafting 3(2-2)
An introduction to the language of industry; includes lettering, sketching, pic- torials, multiview projection, dimensioning, auxiliaries, sections, developments, and computer-assisted drafting. Requires no previous experience.
IET 143 Introduction to Graphic Arts 3(2-2) Letterpress, gravure, screen printing, bookbinding, and basic principles and processes of graphic reproduction.
IET 154 Engineering Design Graphics 3(2-2)
Focus on engineering design fundamentals, design processes, and the utilization of graphics within design. Computer-Aided design and product data management techniques are covered.
IET 160 Wood Technology 3(1-4)
Design, development, and construction of wood prototypes, utilizing appro- priate wood materials and supplies, involving efficient and safe use of tools, machines, and industrial processes.
IET 170 Metal Technology 3(1-4) Introduction to the processing of metal materials through casting, fabricating, machining, and basic welding.
IET 225 Manufacturing Process Planning 3(3-0)
Study of the responsibilities and activities normally associated with process planning and its relationship to other manufacturing functions. Prerequisites: IET 170.
IET 232 Technology for Children 2(1-2)
Apply creative thinking and problem solving skills to develop learning activities co-related with core curriculum concepts, utilizing materials, tools, and processes in cooperative learning environments.
IET 284 Fluid Power Technology 3(2-2)
A study of hydraulic and pneumatic technologies related to the generation, transmission, and control of fluid power in fluid power systems. Prerequisites: MTH 130 or IET 180. Recommended: IET 120 or MTH 105.
IET 291 Applied Electronics 3(2-2)
An introduction to the applications of basic electricity-circuit analysis, linear circuits, and digital circuits. (Not open to IET majors). Prerequisite: math competency.
IET 294 Residential Electrical Wiring 3(2-2) Development of knowledge and skills related to the installation of electric wiring systems in residential and light commercial applications.
IET 326 Manufacturing Methods Analysis 3(3-0) Study of methods, materials, tools and equipment for optimizing production operations.
IET 327 Industrial Safety 3(3-0) A study of the principles and practices of safety management with emphasis on occupational safety standards and loss control.
IET 343 Line Photography and Beginning Offset 3(2-2)
An introduction to photomechanical line processes and fundamental offset procedures. Includes lithographic film applications and offset duplicator opera- tions. Prerequisite: IET 143.
IET 346 Screen Printing 3(2-2)
An overview of principles, methods, and materials used in screen printing. Frames, fabrics, stencil materials, inks, substrates, and printing equipment will be examined. Prerequisites: IET 143.
IET 350 Mechanism Design 3(2-2)
Study of mechanisms with graphical and analytical analysis of displacement, velocity, acceleration, motion, gearing, gear trains, linkages, and cams. Recom- mended: MTH 106, MTH 108, or MTH 130.
IET 354 Descriptive Geometry 3(2-2) Instruction and exercises emphasizing the space relationships of points, lines, planes, and solids. Prerequisite: IET 154.
IET 357 Residential Architectural Graphics 3(1-4) Modern house planning resulting in a complete set of plans and specifications. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.
IET 358 Light Commercial Architectural Graphics 3(2-2)
Development of the architectural drawing techniques, basic construction methods and materials, details, and planning for light commercial building. Recommended: IET 357.
IET 359 Parametric Design and Modeling 3(2-2)
Development and production of engineering and technical models with com- putersystemsand specialized computer aided software applications;introduction to parametric modeling and design. Prerequisites: IET 154