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MTH 132 Calculus I 4(4-0)

Limits, continuity, interpretations of the derivative, differentiation of elementary functions, applications of derivatives, antiderivatives, Riemann sums, definite integrals, fundamental theorem of calculus. Prerequisite: MTH 130. (University Program Group II-B)

MTH 133 Calculus II 4(4-0)

Techniques of integration, applications of definite integrals, improper integrals, elementary differential equations, indeterminate forms, infinite series, Taylor series, polar coordinates and complex numbers. Prerequisite: MTH 132.

MTH 151 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I 3(3-0)

Mathematical background for elementary teachers. Sets, numeration systems, operations with natural numbers, rational numbers, elementary number theory. Admission limited to students pursuing a B.S. in Ed., Elementary Emphasis. No credit in both MTH 151 and MTH 201 except by permission of department chairperson. Prerequisite: one of: MTH 105, MTH 106, MTH 107, MTH 130, MTH 132.

MTH 152 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II 3(3-0)

Continuation of MTH 151. Decimals, percent, ratio/proportion, geometry (concepts and measurement), probability, statistics. Prerequisites: MTH 151 with a grade of C or better; one of: MTH 105, 106, 107, 130, 132.

MTH 175 Discrete Mathematics 3(3-0)

Topics in discrete mathematics including sequences, graphs, mathematical induction, recursion, number theory, combinatorial counting, difference equations, algorithms, and Boolean Algebra. No credit in MTH 175 after credit in MTH 375 or MTH 332. Prerequisite: MTH 130.

MTH 200 Mathematics-A Cultural Approach 3(3-0)

The role of mathematics in molding our civilization and culture and the relationship of mathematics in such diverse disciplines as philosophy, logic, religion, literature, the physical and social sciences, music, painting, and other arts. This course does not satisfy Mathematics Competency Requirement. (University Program Group I-A)

MTH 203 Mathematics: A Modeling Approach 3(3-0)

The role of mathematics in modeling real world phenomena is explored. Such mathematical areas as graph theory, linear programming, probability theory, and difference equations are developed as solution techniques for concrete problems from many disciplines. Prerequisite: Two years of high school mathematics. (University Program Group II-B)

MTH 223 Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory 3(3-0)

Systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vectors, vector spaces, eigenvalues, linear transformations, applications and numerical methods. Prerequisite: MTH 132.

MTH 595 Special Topics in Mathematics Education 1-6(Spec)

Subject matter not included in regular mathematics education course. May be taken for credit more than once, total credit not to exceed 6 hours. Does not count as one of two 400 or 500-level courses required on mathematics major. May not be counted toward a major or minor in mathematics except for students pursuing a B.S. in Ed. degree. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

MUS - Music

MUS 110 Music in Society 3(3-0)

Introduction to self-expression through the art of music. An intercultural and interdisciplinary exploration of the elements of music. Not open to music majors. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. (University Program Group I-B)

MUS 114 Listening Experience 3(3-0)

Objectives are to experience a variety of musical events, to develop musical awareness, to sharpen perception, and increase musical discrimination. Not open to music majors. (University Program Group I-B)

MUS 134 Music In Early Childhood 3(3-0)

A course designed to develop an understanding of the use of musical ex- periences to aid in the development of the young child. Enrollment limited to students with a signed major in Child Development: Pre-School or by permission of instructor. May be substituted for MUS 132 in the above mentioned major. Prerequisite: MUS 131.

MUS 206 Understanding Musical Composition 3(3-0)

Develop basic theory skills in notation, sight-singing, listening, composition, and the aesthetic appreciation of music in Western culture. Not open to music majors. (University Program Group I-B)

MUS 213 Jazz: An American Art Form 3(3-0) A music literature course reviewing important trends and styles in the history of jazz. Open to all students. (University Program Group I-B)

MUS 313 Musics of the World 3(3-0) An introduction to musical systems of major non-Western cultures and folk and traditional music of Western continents. (University Program Group I-B)

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MUS 330 Music for Elementary Classroom Teachers 3(3-0) Fundamentals and methods of teaching music for elementary classroom teachers. Prerequisites: EDU 107; Junior Status.

MUS 597 Special Studies 1-6(Spec)

MUS 713 The Development of Jazz Through 1945 3(3-0)

Early jazz history taught with emphases on musicians, cultural trends, music technology, the evolution of jazz styles, and related art forms. Prerequisite: admission to graduate program (music major status not required).

MUS 715 Rock ‘n ‘Roll Seminar 3(3-0)

Traces the roots of rock, surveys the various types of rock, and provides in-depth analysis of the music. Prerequisite: admission to graduate program (music major status not required).

MUS 797 Special Studies 1-6(Spec) Appropriate title to be listed when offered.

OJB - Ojibwe

OJB 101 Elementary Ojibwe I 3(3-0)

Designed for students who have had no Ojibwe language instruction. Basic language skills. Introduction to Ojibwe culture via the language. (University Program Group IV-B).

PED - Sports Instructional Program (Activity)

Note: a limitation of 6 hours of PED and/or RLA courses may be applied toward the requirements for graduation.

PES - Physical Education and Professional

PES 143 2(2-0)







A class designed to provide students with appropriate knowledge and skills to deal appropriately with sexual assault and sexual harassment.

PES 310 Physical Education for the Classroom Teacher 3(Spec)

An introduction to elementary physical education programming. This course integrates the concepts of total human physical development: basic motor de- velopment, physical fitness and human wellness. Prerequisite: EDU 107.

PES 550 Sport Fundraising 3(3-0)

Provides theoretical and practical applications of fundraising in the sport industry. Prerequisites: Minimum 86 credit hours (senior status); or graduate status.

PES 560 Principles and Foundations of Coaching 3(3-0)

Practical and relevant information that is appropriate for interscholastic coaches. Includes eligibility for Coaches Advancement Program (C.A.P.) certification. Prerequisites: 56 hours of course credit.

PES 570 Advanced Coaching in Basketball 2(2-0) Study of most recent basketball trends and new techniques, methods, and philosophies in the coaching of basketball.

PES 572 Advanced Coaching in Baseball 2(2-0) Coaching philosophy, new techniques and drills, practice organization, coach- ing duties, and strategy. Prerequisite: PES 372.

PES 574 Advanced Coaching of Football 2(2-0) Study of recent changes and new trends in coaching of football.

PES 603 Administration of Sport and Physical Education 3(3-0) A study of administrative techniques and administrative problems related to sport and physical education.

PES 606 Motor Learning and Human Performance 3(3-0)

Factors that make for successful motor performance, including learning theory, distribution and type of practice, developmental factors, and psycho- logical factors.

PES 610 Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport 3(3-0)

Philosophical foundations underlying physical education and sport with particular emphasis upon the development of a consistent and rational profes- sional philosophy.

PES 611 Psychology of Sport 3(3-0)

The psychological dimension in sport as it pertains to the athlete, the coach, and the spectator; the latest psychological findings dealing with the relationship between individuals and sport.

PES 620 Sport - An Interdisciplinary Study 3(3-0)

An interdisciplinary study in sport in America through an examination of the historical, sociological, and philosophical principles of play, sport, games, and athletics.

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