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NOTE: This course also satisfies the following goal(s): Reasoning about Ethical Questions
Course is designed to enable students to become both a user and an informed consumer of basic statistical techniques used in psychological research. Students will also learn to design and critique the methodology of psychological research. Preparation of research proposals/reports using statistical analyses and knowledge of research methods is required. This
NOTE: This course also satisfies the following goal(s): Quantitative Reasoning, Written Communication
This course focuses on the complexity and diversity of groups or aggregates within communities and their corresponding health care needs. Through a community assessment of health trends, demographics, epidemiological data, and social/political-economics issues in local and global communities, the student will be able to determine effective interventions for
NOTE: This course also satisfies the following goal(s): Diversity
An introduction to techniques and equipment used in the electronic music lab. Past musical study and experience required. A301 required for all music majors.
Course introduces the Macintosh computer environment and imaging software that supports digital imaging and design.
Photoshop, QuarkExpress, Adobe Illustrator.
Computer programming and algorithms. Basic programming and program structure. Computer solutions of problems. A computer language will be taught. Lecture and discussion. Business majors cannot receive credit for C201 and C101 or C106.
NOTE: This course also satisfies the following goal(s): Quantitative Reasoning, Critical Thinking
Fundamental programming constructs, including loops, arrays, classes, and files. General problem-solving techniques. Emphasis on modular programming, user-interface design, and developing good programming style. Not intended for computer science majors or minors.
NOTE: This course also satisfies the following goal(s): Critical Thinking, Quantitative Reasoning
An introduction to computers and their use in information systems: use of standard application programs; foundations of information systems design and development; survey of programming languages. Satisfies the basic computer literacy requirement.
Required of all students pursuing teacher certification. Introduction to instructional computing, educational computing literature, and programming. Review of and hands-on experience with educational software packages and commonly used microcomputer hardware.
Introduction to the role of computers and other information technologies in business. Provides instruction in both functional and conceptual computer literacy. Conceptual computer literacy is the focus of the weekly lecture. After introducing the basic concepts of computer use, these lectures devote special attention to current technological innovation in social and