Studies and who are in the last years of doctoral study.
Graduate courses which are subject to limitation under the policy on unspeci- fied content or variable credit are listed in each department.
A graduate student may include no more than two 300 or 400 level courses
in the program, provided that these courses are in disciplines which are cognate to or related to the discipline in which the student is earning a degree. Prior to registering for a course at this level, the student must have received permis- sion from the advisor, the chairperson of the department offering the course, and the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies to include such a course in the program.
Courses numbered (DESIGNATOR) 589 - Professional Development (1-6) do not apply to degree requirements.These courses cover selected issues designed for professional development, in-service training to meet specific staff develop- ment needs in education, business/industry, allied health, technology, and other professional settings. They are not applicable to degree requirements.
Cross-listed courses are those courses identified in the course listing as identical to” another course. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses.
In general, only immediate prerequisites for courses are listed. Some courses listed as prerequisites may have their own prerequisites. You may need to plan more than one semester in advance when deciding which semester to take a particular course.
Students seeking to substitute prerequisite courses with equivalents or permission of instructor may do so only with departmental approval. Such substitutions are not automatic.
Credit and Attendance Hours
The number of semester hours of credit in each course is indicated by the first number following the title of the course. Within the parentheses, the first number indicates the number of hours of lecture per week; the second number, the hours of laboratory per week. EXAMPLE: 4(3-2) means four hours of credit, three hours of lecture, two hours of laboratory.
Variable Credit Courses
Variable credit courses are indicated by a semester-hour designation such as 1-3(Spec). (Spec) means there are special arrangements regarding the number of hours spent in class. Maximum hours which a student may earn in a variable credit course to apply toward graduation are the highest number in the semester-hour designation for the course (i.e., three hours maximum in example listed above).
CR/NC - Credit/No Credit, see page 31 Italic Type - Indicates the course is approved for the University Program Courses are listed in alphabetical order by designator
ACC - Accounting
ACC 201 Concepts of Financial Accounting 3(3-0)
Students gain an understanding of the accounting system used to develop financial statements. The emphasis is on interpreting financial data used in business decision making. Recommended: completion of MTH 105. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.
ACC 202 Concepts of Managerial Accounting 3(3-0)
Students gain an understanding of how the information provided by an ac- counting information system is used for managerial decision making. Prereq- uisite: minimum grade of C- in ACC 201. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.
ACC 203 Essentials of Accounting for Business 3(3-0)
Basic concepts and principles of an accounting process used to develop financial reports and make management decisions for businesses and other entities. Prerequisite: MTH 105. This course is approved for offering in a dis- tance learning format.
ACC 204 Accounting for Not-For-Profit Entities 1(1-0)
Students gain an understanding of accounting and financial reporting for not-for-profit entities. Prerequisite: ACC 203 with a minimum grade of C This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.
ACC 535 EDP Auditing and Control 3(3-0)
EDP auditing including controls, applications, software, systems, and service center records. Prerequisites: ACC 531, BIS 221; 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor.
ACC 730 SAP Configuration, Control & Implementation of Global Accounting Systems 3(3-0)
Basic conceptual framework, design, implementation, and control of enterprise resource planning systems. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: MBA 619.
AMD - Apparel Merchandising & Design
AMD 140 Introduction to Apparel Construction 3(2-2) Basic construction, alteration, and fitting techniques of apparel.
AMD 141 Apparel Design Analysis 3(3-0)
The apparel design process. Emphasis on the aesthetic component, including application of art elements/principles to visual design. Fashion as a process and product.
AMD 155 Introduction to Textiles 3(2-2)
Study of fiber, yarn and fabric properties for fashion and functional garments; impact of various processes on end-use and serviceability; includes textile labora- tory analysis. Credit may not be earned in both AMD 155 and IND 155.
AMD 246 Computer-Aided Design for Apparel 3(2-2)
Development and production of textile and apparel designs and patterns via selected computer-software packages. Implications for use in the apparel industry. Prerequisites: Signed major in apparel merchandising & design with a concentration in apparel design or signed major in apparel merchandising & design with a concentration in apparel merchandising. For Apparel Design Concentration: AMD 140, 141, 155. For Apparel Merchandising Concentration: AMD 141, 155.
AMD 252 Dress and Culture 3(3-0)
Appearance and dress as a reflection of social, psychological and cultural environments of humans; examination of dress as an aspect of culture and individual expression. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. (University Program Group IV-A)
AMD 346 Advanced CAD for Apparel 3(2-2)
Apparel design and production techniques using computer systems and CAD software. Web site development, portfolio development, and CAD related career exploration. Prerequisites: AMD 246.
AMD 401 Internship in Apparel Merchandising and Design 4(Spec)
A structured internship experience that fosters transfer of knowledge and skill into competencies required for successful performance in an apparel merchandis- ing or design career. Prerequisites: AMD 330, permission of instructor.
ANT - Anthropology
ANT 170 Cultural Anthropology 3(3-0)
Comparative study of contemporary cultures, including methods and theories employed. The impact of globalization on cultural diversity. (University Program Group III-B)
ANT 171 Human Origins: Introduction to Physical Anthropology 3(3-0) Introductiontohuman and primate evolution,and theorigin ofhumanhereditary variations. University Program Group II-A.