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CourseCourse TitleCourse LengthPrerequisites
ACCT1010Principles of Accounting I15 Week FullStudents should have the reading and writing skills appropriate and expected of college level students. In addition, students should possess basic math skills including the ability to solve simple algebraic equations.
ACCT1020Principles of Accounting II15 Week FullACCT 1010 or similar first semester accounting course with a grade of C or better.
ACCT2321Intermediate Accounting I15 Week FullACCT 1020 Principles of Accounting II
ACCT2331Tax Accounting15 Week FullACCT 1020 Principles of Accounting II
ACCT2341Cost Accounting 15 Week FullACCT 1020
ACCT2382Accounting Systems Applications15 Week FullACCT 1010 or similar first semester accounting course with a grade of C or better.
ACCT2399Accounting Capstone15 Week FullACCT 1020, ACCT 2312, and ACCT 2382
ADMN1308Office Procedures15 Week FullREAD 0810 with a grade of C or better
ADMN1309Records Management15 Week FullREAD 0810 with a grade of C or better
ADMN2375Career Development and Planning15 Week FullENGL 1010
AGRI1010Introduction to Agribusiness15 Week FullNone
AGRI1020Introduction to Animal Science15 Week FullNone
AGRI1030Introduction to Plant Science15 Week FullNone
AGRI1050Introduction to Soil Science15 Week FullNone
ALHS2312Contemporary Issues in Healthcare15 Week Full
ANTH1130Introduction to Physical Anthropology15 Week Full
ANTH1230Intro to Cultural Anthropology15 Week FullAll developmental courses in reading and writing/composition must be completed.
ART_1035Introduction to Art15 Week FullNone
ART_1045Drawing I15 Week Full
ART_1050Drawing II 15 Week FullART 1045 Drawing I
ART_2000Art History Survey I15 Week FullNone
ART_2020Art History Survey II15 Week FullNone
ART_2020Art History Survey II10 WeekNone
ASTR1010Solar System Astronomy10 WeekCollege level Math and Reading
ASTR1010Solar System Astronomy15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading
ASTR1020Stars + Galaxies Astronomy with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading . The most logical sequence would be ASTR 1010 and then ASTR 1020 because some of the laws studied in ASTR 1010 apply to ASTR 1020.
BIOL1010Introduction to Biology with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
BIOL1020Diversity of Life with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
BIOL1080Concepts of Biology & Lab15 Week Full
BIOL1110General Biology I15 Week Full
BIOL1120General Biology II15 Week Full
BIOL1430Nutrition15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading.
BIOL1510Environmental Science I15 Week FullCollege level math, English, and reading.
BIOL1520Environmental Science II15 Week FullCollege level math, English, and reading.
BIOL2010Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab10 WeekNone; May not be taken in the same semester as BIOL 2020.
BIOL2010Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab15 Week FullNone; May not be taken in the same semester as BIOL 2020.
BIOL2010Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None; May not be taken in the same semester as BIOL 2020.
BIOL2020Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab15 Week FullA grade of "D" or better in BIOL 2010.
BIOL2020Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)A grade of "D" or better in BIOL 2010.
BIOL2230Introduction to Microbiology with Lab15 Week FullNone; May be taken concurrently with BIOL 2010 or BIOL 2020.
BIOL2230Introduction to Microbiology with Lab (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None: May be taken concurrently with BIOL 2010 or BIOL 2020
BIOL3100Genetics15 Week FullThe student must have completed BIOL 1110 and BIOL 1120 (or their equivalents) in order to have a working knowledge of basic biological concepts as well as an introduction to the topics to be covered in this course
BIOL3120General Ecology15 Week FullNone
BMGT3630Human Resources Management15 Week FullBMGT 351 (TTU) or General Business Management Course.
BUSN1300Personal Finance15 Week FullNone
BUSN1300Personal Finance (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
BUSN1305Introduction to Business15 Week FullNone
BUSN1310Business Communications15 Week FullPre-requisite for BUSN 1310 Business Communications is ENGL 1010 Composition I.
BUSN1340Small Business Management15 Week FullENGL 0810 - Math competencies 1-5; and READ 0810
BUSN1350Sales and Service15 Week FullNone
BUSN1370Spreadsheet Applications15 Week FullNone, but basic file management and minimal familiarity with the elements of the new Microsoft Office interface are required knowledge.
BUSN2320Business Finance15 Week FullACCT 1010 and ACCT 1020
BUSN2340Human Resource Management 15 Week FullNone
BUSN2350Organizational Behavior15 Week FullNone
BUSN2360International Business15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level. Students will be expected to write and express themselves in grammatically correct, concise, Standard English. Grades will be based on writing skills, content, thorough research effort, and timeliness.
BUSN2370Legal Environments of Business15 Week FullNone.
BUSN2380Principles of Marketing15 Week FullNone
BUSN2380Principles of Marketing (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
BUSN2450E-Commerce15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level. Students will be expected to write and express themselves in grammatically correct, concise, Standard English. Grades will be based on writing skills, content, thorough research effort, and timeliness.
CHEM1010Introductory Chemistry 1 with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
CHEM1020Introductory Chemistry 2 with Lab15 Week FullCHEM1010
CHEM1040Introduction to General Chemistry15 Week FullA list of specific math skills students must have are shown below.
CHEM1060Survey of Chemistry15 Week Full
CHEM1110General Chemistry 1 with Lab10 WeekCollege level Math, English and Reading. Should at least be in MATH 1710 if planning to take CHEM 1120.
CHEM1110General Chemistry 1 with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading. Should at least be in MATH 1710 if planning to take CHEM 1120.
CHEM1120General Chemistry 2 and Lab15 Week FullCompletion of CHEM 1110 and (MATH1710 or MATH1130 or MATH1720 or MATH1730 or MATH1830 or MATH1910) with grades of “C” or better.
CISP1010Computer Science I15 Week FullThe student should have some background and understanding of computing and the use of information systems in society. A prior course in a programming language such as Visual Basic or Java is useful, but not required.
CITC1300Beginning HTML and CSS15 Week FullNone
CITC1302Introduction to Networking7 Week (1st)Prior to enrolling in this course, students should be able to use their computers and access the Internet. In addition to browsing the web, students should have a basic understanding of computers and be able to send email. (7-week course)
CITC1302Introduction to Networking15 Week FullStudents should be able to use their computers and access the Internet. In addition to browsing the web, students should have a basic understanding of computers and be able to send email.
CITC1303Database Concepts15 Week FullNone
CITC1310Programming I15 Week FullNone
CITC1311Programming II15 Week FullStudents should have made a grade of “C” or better in CITC 1310 (formerly CISP 2090 or CST 209) or have the permission of the instructor.
CITC1312Introduction to .NET Programming15 Week FullINFS 1150 or introduction to computer class
CITC1318Data Structures15 Week FullStudents should have made a C or better in CISP 1032 (formerly CIS 1610 and CISP 1610).
CITC1319Intro to Programming for Mobile Apps15 Week FullPrerequisite or co-requisite: INFS 1010 Computer Applications or permission of instructor.
CITC1320A+ Hardware & Software15 Week FullNone
CITC1321A+ Hardware15 Week FullINFS 1010 or equivalent is required.
CITC1322A+ Software15 Week FullINFS 1010 or equivalent is required.
CITC1330Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems15 Week FullINFS 1010 or equivalent is required.
CITC1333Linux LPIC-115 Week FullINFS 1010 or BIT 1150 introduction to computer class.
CITC1351Principles of Information Assurance15 Week FullCollege level English, Reading, and Math
CITC2320Windows Server Administration15 Week FullMath Competencies 1-5 and READ 0810
CITC2326Network Security15 Week FullMath Competencies 1-5 and READ 0810
COMM1010Introduction to Mass Communication15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
COMM1010Introduction to Mass Communications (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Acceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
COMM2025Fundamentals of Communication15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading
COMM2025Fundamentals of Communication10 WeekCollege level Math, English and Reading
COMM2045Public Speaking7 Week (2nd)Acceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
COMM2045Public Speaking15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
COMM2075Organizational Communication15 Week FullNone
COMM3003Television and Culture15 Week FullNone
COMM3010Integrated Corporate Communication15 Week FullENGL 1010 and 1020; COMM 1200, COMM 1400, Junior status, or instructor approval.
COMM3560Intercultural Communication15 Week FullNone
COMM4410Conflict Resolution and Negotiation15 Week FullInterest in conflict resolution and negotiation, junior or senior status, and a willingness to learn and apply theoretical concepts to real problems and situations.
COMM5110Leadership and Communication15 Week FullGraduate status and admission to the Master of Professional Studies degree program or departmental approval.
COMP3050Programming Languages15 Week FullPre-req: Proficient with programming in at least one language (C/C++/Java) is required. Students will also be required to have Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 installed in their computers. This will be used during program implementation written in C++.
CRMJ1010Introduction to Criminal Justice15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1010Introduction to Criminal Justice (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
CRMJ1020Introduction to Legal Process15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1020Introduction to Legal Process (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
CRMJ1301Correctional Counseling15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1311Criminal Law15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
CRMJ1322Police Administration and Organization15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1330Criminal Evidence and Procedures15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
CRMJ1340Criminal Investigation15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1355Understanding Terrorism15 Week FullNone
CRMJ1360Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2010Introduction to Law Enforcement (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Prerequisite of ENGL1010 with a minimum grade of "C"
CRMJ2020Introduction to Corrections15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2311Juvenile Justice15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2312Criminology15 Week FullCRMJ 1010
CRMJ2332Drug Identification and Effects15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2340Investigative Report Writing15 Week FullENGL 1010 is required so that students will have the competency to write the required formal research paper.
CRMJ2345Domestic Violence15 Week Full
CRMJ2359Correctional Security Administration15 Week FullNone
CRMJ4010Organized Crime15 Week FullSOCI 1010
CRMJ4515Sexual Offenses and Offenders15 Week FullSOCI1010
CRMJ4520Patterns of Domestic Violence15 Week FullSOCI 1010: Introduction to Sociology OR CRMJ 1010: Introduction to Criminal Justice
CSCI3222Database Management Systems15 Week FullCITC1313; A prior course covering computer-literacy topics (Use of MS-Windows, use of an MS-Office application such as Word, Excel or Front-Page) to ensure the student can focus on learning the Database topics without being distracted by also having to learn the Microsoft interface paradigm.
CSCI4017Introduction to Information Assurance15 Week FullPre-Requisite: CSCI 3222 or permission of the instructor
ECED1310Introduction to Early Childhood Education15 Week FullNone
ECED2310Safe and Healthy Learning Environments15 Week FullNone
ECED2312Administration of Early Childhood Programs15 Week FullNone
ECED2315Early Childhood Curriculum15 Week FullNone
ECED2320Infant, Toddler Child Development15 Week FullNone
ECED2330Infant, Toddler Care15 Week FullNone
ECED2340Family Dynamics & Community Involvement15 Week Full
ECED2360Development of Exceptional Children15 Week FullECED 2320 or ECED 2340
ECED2370Developmental Assessment Methods15 Week FullECED 2320
ECED2380Language & Literacy In Early Childhood15 Week FullECED 2315
ECED2385Math and Science in Early Childhood15 Week FullECED 2315
ECED2390Creative Development15 Week FullNone
ECON1050Economics and Society15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of all required math, reading, and writing learning support courses or appropriate entrance scores, i.e., ENGL 0870, READ 0870.
ECON2100Macroeconomics15 Week FullNone
ECON2200Microeconomics15 Week FullNone
EDUC2000Introduction to Education15 Week Full
EDUC2210Educational Psychology15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading.
EDUC2220Introduction to Special Education15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
EDU_1100Technology for Teachers15 Week FullNone
EDU_1100Technology for Teachers (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
EDU_1100Technology for Teachers (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
EDU_1120Introduction to Teaching15 Week FullNone
EDU_201_Foundations of Education15 Week FullNone
ENGL0810Writing Support for English Comp I15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1010English Composition I15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: ENGL0810R80
ENGL1010English Composition I15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1010English Composition I10 WeekSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1010English Composition I (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Successful ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1010English Composition I (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Successful ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1020English Composition II15 Week FullENGL 1010
ENGL1020English Composition II10 WeekENGL 1010
ENGL1020English Composition II (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)English 1010: Composition I.
ENGL1020English Composition II (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)English 1010: Composition I.
ENGL2035Introduction to Fiction15 Week FullENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020. This is to ensure that the student has sufficient skills to effectively explore and develop arguments about new ideas and to communicate them in writing.
ENGL2045Introduction to Literature15 Week FullPre-Requisites: ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020
ENGL2055African-American Literature15 Week FullENGL 1020
ENGL2110Early American Literature15 Week FullENGL 1010 & ENGL 1020
ENGL2116Writing for the Web15 Week FullNone
ENGL2120Modern American Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2210Early British Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2220Modern British Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2300Creative Writing15 Week FullENGL 1020 or Transfer equivalent
ENGL2310Early World Literature15 Week FullEnglish 1010 and English 1020.
ENGL2320Modern World Literature15 Week FullENGL 1020. ENGL 2310 is NOT a prerequisite for ENGL 2320
ENGL2410Early European Literature15 Week FullStudents must have completed ENGL 1010 and 1020 before they enroll in ENGL 2410.
ENGL2420Modern European Literature15 Week FullStudents must have completed ENGL 1010 and 1020 before they enroll in ENGL 2420; students may take ENGL 2420 without having taken ENGL 2410.
ENGL2420Modern European Literature (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Students must have completed English 1010 and 1020 before they enroll in English 2420; students may take English 2420 without having taken English 2410.
ENGL2630Literature for Children15 Week FullENGL 1010 with a minimum grade of "C"
ENGL3134Computer/Writing/Literature15 Week Full1) Students must have a recent-model PC with "24/7" Internet access 2) Students must have an established email account 3) Students must be motivated, self-directed learners. Specific Course Requirements: Students should be familiar with Microsoft.
ENGL3250Professional Communication15 Week FullENGL 1010 and 1020. COMM 1200, COMM 1400, Junior status, or instructor approval.
ENGL3290Introduction to Film15 Week FullENGL 1010 & ENGL 1020.
ENGL3410Classical Mythology15 Week FullENGL 1010, 1020, and either ENGL 2010, 2110, 2120, 2210, 2220, 2410, or 2420.
ENGL3730Twentieth Century Women Writers15 Week FullENGL 1010, ENGL 1020, and one of the following:  ENGL 2010, 2110, 2120, 2210, 2220, 2410, or 2420.
ENGL4100Writing for Internet & Electronic Media15 Week FullENGL 1010 and 1020. These prerequisites ensure that the student has the proper writing experience in order to be successful in this class.
FREN1010Beginning French I15 Week FullSuccessful completion of Learning Support competencies or equivalent skill levels.
FREN1020Beginning French II15 Week FullFREN 1010
GEOG1012Cultural Geography (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)College level English and Reading.
GEOG1012Cultural Geography (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)College level English and Reading.
GEOG2010World Regional Geography15 Week FullNone
GEOL1030Survey of Geology with Lab15 Week FullNone
HETH4210Healthcare Research15 Week FullStatistics are a prerequisite or co-requisite and/or permission of the instructor. Since basic knowledge of statistics is essential in the evaluation of quantitative research studies, fundamental knowledge of statistics is necessary for success in achieving course objectives.
HETH4212Trends and Issues in Healthcare15 Week FullNone
HIMT1300Medical Terminology15 Week FullPre- and corequisites should be defined by individual institutions and must be courses from General Education Requirements - Core and Major Field Core Courses. Open to any student. *Certificate Programs may have alternative requirements. Open to any student.
HIMT1308Introduction to Health-Related Professions15 Week FullREAD 0810, ENGL 0810
HIST2010Early United States History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of all required Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance test scores. Students must read and write at a level expected from a college freshman.
HIST2010Early United States History10 WeekSatisfactory completion of all required Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance test scores. Students must read and write at a level expected from a college freshman.
HIST2010Early United States History (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Satisfactory completion of all required Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance test scores. Students must read and write at a level expected from a college freshman.
HIST2020Modern United States History15 Week FullNone
HIST2020Modern United States History (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
HIST2020Modern United States History (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
HIST2030Tennessee History15 Week FullCollege level English and Reading.
HIST2030Tennessee History10 WeekCollege level English and Reading.
HIST2050Appalachian History15 Week FullCollege level English and Reading.
HIST2060African American History15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
HIST2310Early World History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
HIST2320Modern World History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
HIST3035Technology and Culture in American History15 Week FullCompletion of HIST 2010 and HIST 2020 is strongly suggested, but not required.
HIST3121England Before 171415 Week FullNone
HIST3670Civil War and Reconstruction15 Week FullNone
HIST3811U.S. Military & Naval History15 Week FullCompletion of HIST 2010 and HIST 2020 is suggested, but not required.
HIST3880Renaissance & Reformation Europe15 Week FullThere are no prerequisites for this course. Because the course requires extensive reading and writing, students are encouraged to complete General Education requirements in Composition and History before attempting this course.
HIST4685Emergence of Modern America 1877-191415 Week FullThere are no prerequisites, but completion of HIST 2020 is strongly recommended.
HLSC2100Wellness Concepts & Practices15 Week FullNone. This three hour course does NOT meet the new Social Sciences requirement.
HSC_190_Introduction to Human Pathophysiology15 Week FullBIOL 2010 & BIOL 2020. These courses must be taken before pathophysiology so that the student has a basic understanding of normal body functioning in order to be able to relate the changes that occur as a result of disease.
HUM_1010Early Humanities15 Week FullIt is essential that students possess college-level reading and writing skills. To this end, students should be qualified to enroll in ENGL 1010, although ENGL 1010 is not a prerequisite or corequisite for HUM 1010.
HUM_1010Early Humanities10 WeekIt is essential that students possess college-level reading and writing skills. To this end, students should be qualified to enroll in ENGL 1010, although ENGL 1010 is not a prerequisite or corequisite for HUM 1010.
HUM_1020Modern Humanities15 Week FullIt is essential that students possess college-level reading and writing skills. To this end, students should be qualified to enroll in ENGL 1010, although ENGL 1010 is not a prerequisite or corequisite for HUM 1020.
INFS1100Technology for Teachers15 Week FullNone
INFS1100Technology for Teachers (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
INFS1100Technology for Teachers (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
INFS3700Introduction to System Analysis15 Week Full1.) Working knowledge of some type graphic tool (i.e. PowerPoint). This will be used for any type modeling done in the course; 2.) Six hours of INFS courses. This course will provide the students with the basics of information system.
LDSP3000Leadership Development15 Week FullNone
MATH0810Learning Support for Introductory Statistics15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: MATH1530R80
MATH1005Algebra Essentials15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1010Math for General Studies (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)ACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1010Math for General Studies (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)ACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1130College Algebra10 WeekACT Math subscore of 19 or equivalent or completion of MATH 1005 with a C or higher.
MATH1130College Algebra15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 or equivalent or completion of MATH 1005 with a C or higher.
MATH1130College Algebra (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)ACT Math subscore of 19 or equivalent or completion of MATH 1005 with a C or higher.
MATH1410Number Concepts for Teachers15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1420Geometry Concepts for Teachers15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1530Introductory Statistics15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1530Introductory Statistics 15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: MATH0810R80
MATH1530Introductory Statistics (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)ACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1530Introductory Statistics (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)ACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1630Finite Mathematics15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1710Precalculus Algebra 15 Week FullMATH 1005
MATH1710Precalculus Algebra (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)MATH 1005
MATH1720Precalculus Trigonometry15 Week FullEither MATH 1710 with a grade of C or higher, completion of MATH 1130 with a grade of A, or four years of high school mathematics including Algebra II and an ACT Math subscore of 23 (or equivalent)
MATH1720Precalculus Trigonometry (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Either MATH 1710 with a grade of C or higher, completion of MATH 1130 with a grade of A, or four years of high school mathematics including Algebra II and an ACT Math subscore of 23 (or equivalent)
MATH1730Precalculus15 Week FullACT MATH subscore of 21 or equivalent, or completion of MATH 1005 with a grade of B or higher, or completion of MATH 1130 with a grade of C or higher or MATH 1710 with a grade of C or higher.
MATH1830Applied Calculus15 Week FullEither MATH 1130, MATH 1710, MATH 1730 (all with a grade of C or higher) or four years of high school mathematics including Algebra II and an ACT Math subscore of 23 (or equivalent).
MATH1910Calculus I15 Week FullMATH 1710 and MATH 1720.
MATH1920Calculus II15 Week FullMATH 1910
MATH2010Introduction to Linear Algebra15 Week FullMATH 1910 and 1920 or equivalent courses.
MATH2050Calculus Based Prob/Stats15 Week FullMATH 1830 or MATH 1910
MATH2110Calculus III15 Week FullMATH 1920 with grade of C or better.
MATH2120Differential Equations15 Week FullPrerequisite of Math 1910 and Math 2010 with a minimum grade of "C"
MDT_2100Photoshop Essentials15 Week FullCITC 1300 & COM 1020
MGMT3220Management Information System15 Week FullINFS 1010, MGMT 3610 or permission of instructor; Junior status and basic computer skills will be needed. Specific Course Requirements: Basic knowledge of World Wide Web and basic understanding of MS products such as MS Word, PowerPoint, Access.
MGMT3610Principles of Management15 Week FullJunior status. A working knowledge of the World Wide Web and a basic understanding of computer navigation is necessary.
MGMT4800Corporate Etiquette15 Week FullJunior or senior standing. You will benefit the most when taking this course within two semesters of graduation. Specific course requirements: General computer knowledge, word processing software, browser and email abilities. Power Point viewer recomm.
MUS_1002Fundamentals of Music15 Week FullNone
MUS_1030Introduction to Music15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
PADM3601Introduction to Public Administration15 Week FullRecommended course in American Government.
PADM4226Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations15 Week FullNone
PETE3307Psychological Aspects of Sport15 Week FullNone
PHED1140Walking for Fitness (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
PHED1140Walking for Fitness (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
PHIL1030Introduction to Philosophy15 Week FullNone
PHIL1030Introduction to Philosophy (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)None
PHIL1030Introduction to Philosophy (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)None
PHIL1040Introduction to Ethics10 WeekNone
PHIL1040Introduction to Ethics7 Week (1st)None
PHIL2200Introduction to World Religions 15 Week FullNone. However, a previous course in world history or philosophy would be helpful.
PHIL2200Introduction to World Religions 10 WeekNone. However, a previous course in world history or philosophy would be helpful.
PHIL2430Philosophy of Religion15 Week FullENGL1010 with a grade of C or better.
PHIL2640Science and the Modern World15 Week FullNone
PHYS1030Survey of Physics with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PHYS2010Non-Calculus Physics I with Lab15 Week FullMATH 1720 Pre-Calculus - Trigonometry or MATH1730 Precalculus
PHYS2020Non-Calculus Physics II with Lab15 Week FullPHYS 2010
PHYS2110Calculus-Based Physics I with Lab15 Week FullPrerequisites and co-requisites: Calculus 1, Computer Literacy Course
PHYS2120Calculus-Based Physics II with Lab15 Week FullSuccessful completion of Calculus I and PHYS 2110 (Physics I) are prerequisites. Calculus II is a prerequisite/co-requisite. Competence with technology tools is also necessary.
PM__4120Organizations Theory and Behavior15 Week FullNone
POLI4350International Law15 Week FullNone. It would be beneficial if students had some background in international relations, but this is not a requirement for enrolling in the class. Students who have not taken any international relations classes should inform the instructor in order to receive a short list of supplemental reading materials.
POLS1010Intro to Political Science15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level.
POLS1030American Government15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level.
POLS2025State and Local Government15 Week FullNone
POLS2035International Relations15 Week FullNone
POLS2050Comparative World Politics15 Week FullNone
POLS4508Theories & Concepts of International Relations15 Week FullAn introductory course in International Relations theory is preferred, but not required.
PRST5040Human Resources Management15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5100Professional Studies: Issues and Ethics15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval
PRST5200Globalization and the Professions15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval
PRST5300Research Methods15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5310Leadership in Organization15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval
PRST5400Instructional Design for Training and Development15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval
PRST5420Organizational Needs Analysis15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5500Foundations of Leadership15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5600Statistical Analysis15 Week FullAdmission to the Master of Professional Studies program or departmental approval. PRST 5300/6300/7300 or an equivalent course is required.
PRST5770Computer-Based Decision Modeling15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval. Students are expected to have a basic understanding of business calculations such as revenue, profit, cost, inventory, etc. and their role in business decisions. Students are also expected to have mathematical abilities consistent with a standard undergraduate degree (through college algebra).
PRST5800Organizational Skills and Development15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5910Employment and Human Resources Law15 Week FullAdmission to the Master of Professional Studies degree program or departmental approval. PRST 5040/6040/7040 – Human Resource Management
PRST5920Diversity in the Workplace15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5940Recruitment, Selection, and Retention15 Week FullAdmission to the Master of Professional Studies program or departmental approval and successful completion of PRST 5040/6040/7040.
PRST5998Professional Project15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval. Completion of PRST 5300/6300/7300. Completion of PRST 5770/6770/7770 or PRST 5600/6600/7600.
PRST5998Professional Project15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval. Completion of PRST 5300/6300/7300. Completion of PRST 5770/6770/7770 or PRST 5600/6600/7600.
PSCI1010Principles of Physical Science with Lab15 Week Full Satisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
PSCI1020Principles of Earth/Space with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores
PSYC1030Introduction to Psychology (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Acceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
PSYC1030Introduction to Psychology (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Acceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
PSYC2110Psychology of Adjustment15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PSYC2120Social Psychology15 Week FullReading and writing proficiency appropriate for college-level coursework.
PSYC2120Social Psychology10 WeekReading and writing proficiency appropriate for college-level coursework.
PSYC2120Social Psychology (Accelerated)7 Week (2nd)Reading and writing proficiency appropriate for college-level coursework.
PSYC2130Life Span Development Psychology15 Week FullStudents must possess reading and writing proficiency appropriate for a college-level course. It is preferable that students have had an introductory psychology course prior to taking this course.
PSYC2130Life Span Development Psychology (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Students must possess reading and writing proficiency appropriate for a college-level course. It is preferable that students have had an introductory psychology course prior to taking this course.
PSYC215_Child Growth and Development15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PSYC2220The Psychology of Human Sexuality15 Week FullNone
PSYC223_Psychology of Aging15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PSYC3210Abnormal Psychology15 Week FullPSYC 1030
PSYC3305Learning and Memory15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of at least one course in introductory psychology is a prerequisite for enrollment in this course. This prerequisite is necessary to ensure that students have some familiarity with the language, basic concepts and general methodology.
PSYC3306Physiological Psychology15 Week FullNone
PSY_3590Psychology of Personality15 Week FullPSYC 1030
READ0810Reading Learning Support15 Week FullPrerequisite of ACT Reading score 13-18 or equivalent.
SOAA3350Social Statistics15 Week FullMATH 1530. An introduction to applied statistics in the field of sociology and related disciplines.
SOCI1010Introduction to Sociology15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level. Students will be expected to write and express themselves in good grammatical, concise, and Standard English. Grades will be based on writing skills, presentation, thorough research effort, and timeliness.
SOCI1010Introduction to Sociology (Accelerated)7 Week (1st)Students must be able to read at the college level.
SOCI1040Social Problems15 Week FullStudents must be able to read at the college level.
SOCI2010Marriage and Family15 Week FullAppropriate entrance scores or completion of Learning Support competencies.
SOCI217_Sociology of Aging15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
SOCI4510Introduction to Social Research15 Week FullSOCI 1010, 1020, 217, or a social science
SOC_3200Sociology of Sex and Gender15 Week FullSOCI 1010 or SOC 1000 or consent of instructor.
SOC_4010Organized Crime15 Week FullSOCI 1010
SOC_4510Social Deviance15 Week FullSOCI 1010
SOC_4515Sexual Offenses and Offenders15 Week FullSOCI 1010 – Introduction to Sociology or CRMJ 1010 – Introduction to Criminal Justice
SOC_4520Patterns of Domestic Violence15 Week FullSOCI 1010: Introduction to Sociology OR CRMJ 1010: Introduction to Criminal Justice
SPAN1005Spanish Communication for the Hospitality Industry 15 Week Full
SPAN1006Spanish Communication for Healthcare Workers15 Week Full
SPAN1010Spanish I15 Week FullNone, but the student should be able to use a computer and browse the Internet.
SPAN1020Spanish II15 Week FullSpanish I and student should be able to use a computer and browse the Internet.
SPAN1030Introduction to Spanish Language and Culture15 Week Full
SPAN2010Intermediate Spanish I15 Week FullSPAN 1010 and SPAN 1020. Students should be able to use a computer and be familiar with the Internet.
SPAN2020Intermediate Spanish II15 Week FullSPAN 2010
SPAN3550Latin America: Countries & Peoples15 Week FullNone
SWRK2010Introduction to Social Work15 Week FullENGL 0810, Math competencies 1-5, READ 0810
SWRK245_Introduction to Counseling15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
SW__3170Family Caregiving15 Week FullPSYC 1030 and SOCI 1010.
SW__3200Cultural Diversity15 Week FullPrerequisite: SWRK2010 and one other completed online course and a computer literacy course
TELC4001Adolescent Development15 Week FullNone
TELC4004Survey of Exceptional Children15 Week FullNone
TELC4005Teaching and Learning with Technology15 Week FullNone
TELC4006Teachers as Agents of Change15 Week FullNone
TELC5001Adolescent Development15 Week FullNone
TELC5005Teaching and Learning with Technology15 Week FullThis is a graduate-level course. Students must meet the graduate status noted at their home university.
TELC5006Teachers as Agents of Change15 Week FullNone
THEA1030Introduction to Theater15 Week FullNone
THEA1030Introduction to Theater10 WeekNone
UNIV4110Internship15 Week FullJunior Status
UNIV4706Managing Software Development15 Week FullCST203 or permission of instructor and one of the following: MGMT 3220, PTMA 3020, or CIS 305.
UNIV4995Culminating Project15 Week FullSenior Status
WGST2050Intro to Women/Gender Studies15 Week FullENGL1010 with a minimum grade of “C”
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CourseCourse TitleCourse LengthPrerequisites
ACCT1010Principles of Accounting I15 Week FullStudents should have the reading and writing skills appropriate and expected of college level students. In addition, students should possess basic math skills including the ability to solve simple algebraic equations.
ACCT1020Principles of Accounting II15 Week FullACCT 1010 or similar first semester accounting course with a grade of C or better.
ACCT2331Tax Accounting15 Week FullACCT 1020 Principles of Accounting II
AGRI1020Introduction to Animal Science15 Week FullNone
AGRI1030Introduction to Plant Science15 Week FullNone
ANTH1230Intro to Cultural Anthropology15 Week FullAll developmental courses in reading and writing/composition must be completed.
ART_1035Introduction to Art15 Week FullNone
ART_2000Art History Survey I15 Week FullNone
ART_2020Art History Survey II15 Week FullNone
ASTR1010Solar System Astronomy15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading
ASTR1020Stars + Galaxies Astronomy with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading . The most logical sequence would be ASTR 1010 and then ASTR 1020 because some of the laws studied in ASTR 1010 apply to ASTR 1020.
BIOL1010Introduction to Biology with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
BIOL1020Diversity of Life with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
BIOL1080Concepts of Biology & Lab15 Week Full
BIOL1110General Biology I15 Week Full
BIOL1120General Biology II15 Week Full
BIOL1430Nutrition15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading.
BIOL1510Environmental Science I15 Week FullCollege level math, English, and reading.
BIOL1520Environmental Science II15 Week FullCollege level math, English, and reading.
BIOL2010Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab15 Week FullNone; May not be taken in the same semester as BIOL 2020.
BIOL2020Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab15 Week FullA grade of "D" or better in BIOL 2010.
BIOL2230Introduction to Microbiology with Lab15 Week FullNone; May be taken concurrently with BIOL 2010 or BIOL 2020.
BUSN1300Personal Finance15 Week FullNone
BUSN1305Introduction to Business15 Week FullNone
BUSN1310Business Communications15 Week FullPre-requisite for BUSN 1310 Business Communications is ENGL 1010 Composition I.
BUSN1340Small Business Management15 Week FullENGL 0810 - Math competencies 1-5; and READ 0810
BUSN1350Sales and Service15 Week FullNone
BUSN2320Business Finance15 Week FullACCT 1010 and ACCT 1020
BUSN2340Human Resource Management 15 Week FullNone
BUSN2370Legal Environments of Business15 Week FullNone.
BUSN2380Principles of Marketing15 Week FullNone
CHEM1010Introductory Chemistry 1 with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
CHEM1020Introductory Chemistry 2 with Lab15 Week FullCHEM1010
CHEM1110General Chemistry 1 with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading. Should at least be in MATH 1710 if planning to take CHEM 1120.
CHEM1120General Chemistry 2 and Lab15 Week FullCompletion of CHEM 1110 and (MATH1710 or MATH1130 or MATH1720 or MATH1730 or MATH1830 or MATH1910) with grades of “C” or better.
CHEM4300General Biochemistry I15 Week FullCHEM 1110, CHEM 1120 and CHEM 3010 (first semester of organic chemistry) are required.
CISP1010Computer Science I15 Week FullThe student should have some background and understanding of computing and the use of information systems in society. A prior course in a programming language such as Visual Basic or Java is useful, but not required.
CITC1300Beginning HTML and CSS15 Week FullNone
CITC1302Introduction to Networking15 Week FullStudents should be able to use their computers and access the Internet. In addition to browsing the web, students should have a basic understanding of computers and be able to send email.
CITC1303Database Concepts15 Week FullNone
CITC1318Data Structures15 Week FullStudents should have made a C or better in CISP 1032 (formerly CIS 1610 and CISP 1610).
CITC1320A+ Hardware & Software15 Week FullNone
CITC1321A+ Hardware15 Week FullINFS 1010 or equivalent is required.
CITC1322A+ Software15 Week FullINFS 1010 or equivalent is required.
CITC1333Linux LPIC-115 Week FullINFS 1010 or BIT 1150 introduction to computer class.
CITC2320Windows Server Administration15 Week FullMath Competencies 1-5 and READ 0810
CITC2326Network Security15 Week FullMath Competencies 1-5 and READ 0810
COMM2025Fundamentals of Communication15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading
COMM2045Public Speaking15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
COMM3003Television and Culture15 Week FullNone
COMM3560Intercultural Communication15 Week FullNone
COMM5110Leadership and Communication15 Week FullGraduate status and admission to the Master of Professional Studies degree program or departmental approval.
CRMJ1311Criminal Law15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
CRMJ1340Criminal Investigation15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2010Introduction to Law Enforcement15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 with a minimum grade of "C"
CRMJ2020Introduction to Corrections15 Week FullNone
CRMJ2312Criminology15 Week FullCRMJ 1010
ECED1310Introduction to Early Childhood Education15 Week FullNone
ECED2310Safe and Healthy Learning Environments15 Week FullNone
ECED2312Administration of Early Childhood Programs15 Week FullNone
ECED2315Early Childhood Curriculum15 Week FullNone
ECED2320Infant, Toddler Child Development15 Week FullNone
ECED2340Family Dynamics & Community Involvement15 Week Full
ECED2360Development of Exceptional Children15 Week FullECED 2320 or ECED 2340
ECED2370Developmental Assessment Methods15 Week FullECED 2320
ECED2380Language & Literacy In Early Childhood15 Week FullECED 2315
ECED2385Math and Science in Early Childhood15 Week FullECED 2315
ECED2390Creative Development15 Week FullNone
ECON2100Macroeconomics15 Week FullNone
ECON2200Microeconomics15 Week FullNone
EDUC2210Educational Psychology15 Week FullCollege level Math, English and Reading.
ENGL0810Writing Support for English Comp I15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1010English Composition I15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: ENGL0810R80
ENGL1010English Composition I15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
ENGL1020English Composition II15 Week FullENGL 1010
ENGL2055African-American Literature15 Week FullENGL 1020
ENGL2110Early American Literature15 Week FullENGL 1010 & ENGL 1020
ENGL2120Modern American Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2210Early British Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2220Modern British Literature15 Week FullPrerequisite of ENGL1010 and ENGL1020 with a minimum grade of “C”.
ENGL2300Creative Writing15 Week FullENGL 1020 or Transfer equivalent
ENGL2310Early World Literature15 Week FullEnglish 1010 and English 1020.
ENGL2320Modern World Literature15 Week FullENGL 1020. ENGL 2310 is NOT a prerequisite for ENGL 2320
ENGL3250Professional Communication15 Week FullENGL 1010 and 1020. COMM 1200, COMM 1400, Junior status, or instructor approval.
ENGL3290Introduction to Film15 Week FullENGL 1010 & ENGL 1020.
FREN1010Beginning French I15 Week FullSuccessful completion of Learning Support competencies or equivalent skill levels.
FREN1020Beginning French II15 Week FullFREN 1010
GEOG1012Cultural Geography15 Week FullCollege level English and Reading.
GEOG2010World Regional Geography15 Week FullNone
GEOL1030Survey of Geology with Lab15 Week FullNone
HIMT1300Medical Terminology15 Week FullPre- and corequisites should be defined by individual institutions and must be courses from General Education Requirements - Core and Major Field Core Courses. Open to any student. *Certificate Programs may have alternative requirements. Open to any student.
HIST2010Early United States History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of all required Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance test scores. Students must read and write at a level expected from a college freshman.
HIST2030Tennessee History15 Week FullCollege level English and Reading.
HIST2060African American History15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
HIST2310Early World History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
HIST2320Modern World History15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
HIST3670Civil War and Reconstruction15 Week FullNone
HUM_1010Early Humanities15 Week FullIt is essential that students possess college-level reading and writing skills. To this end, students should be qualified to enroll in ENGL 1010, although ENGL 1010 is not a prerequisite or corequisite for HUM 1010.
MATH0810Learning Support for Introductory Statistics15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: MATH1530R80
MATH1010Math for General Studies15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1130College Algebra15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 or equivalent or completion of MATH 1005 with a C or higher.
MATH1410Number Concepts for Teachers15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1420Geometry Concepts for Teachers15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1530Introductory Statistics15 Week FullACT Math subscore of 19 (or equivalent), or completion (with a grade of C or higher) of MATH 1005 or a higher course, or completion of Learning Support Competencies 1-5
MATH1530Introductory Statistics 15 Week FullREQUIRED CO-REQUISITE: MATH0810R80
MATH1630Finite Mathematics15 Week FullTwo years of high school algebra and an acceptable placement score.
MATH1710Precalculus Algebra 15 Week FullMATH 1005
MATH1720Precalculus Trigonometry15 Week FullEither MATH 1710 with a grade of C or higher, completion of MATH 1130 with a grade of A, or four years of high school mathematics including Algebra II and an ACT Math subscore of 23 (or equivalent)
MATH1730Precalculus15 Week FullACT MATH subscore of 21 or equivalent, or completion of MATH 1005 with a grade of B or higher, or completion of MATH 1130 with a grade of C or higher or MATH 1710 with a grade of C or higher.
MATH1830Applied Calculus15 Week FullEither MATH 1130, MATH 1710, MATH 1730 (all with a grade of C or higher) or four years of high school mathematics including Algebra II and an ACT Math subscore of 23 (or equivalent).
MATH1910Calculus I15 Week FullMATH 1710 and MATH 1720.
MATH1920Calculus II15 Week FullMATH 1910
MATH2010Introduction to Linear Algebra15 Week FullMATH 1910 and 1920 or equivalent courses.
MATH2050Calculus Based Prob/Stats15 Week FullMATH 1830 or MATH 1910
MATH2110Calculus III15 Week FullMATH 1920 with grade of C or better.
MATH2120Differential Equations15 Week FullPrerequisite of Math 1910 and Math 2010 with a minimum grade of "C"
MUS_1030Introduction to Music15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of Learning Support competencies or appropriate entrance exam scores, (i.e., students are required to read and write at a level expected from a college freshman).
PADM3601Introduction to Public Administration15 Week FullRecommended course in American Government.
PADM4226Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations15 Week FullNone
PHED1140Walking for Fitness15 Week FullNone
PHIL1030Introduction to Philosophy15 Week FullNone
PHIL1040Introduction to Ethics15 Week FullNone
PHIL2200Introduction to World Religions 15 Week FullNone. However, a previous course in world history or philosophy would be helpful.
PHIL2640Science and the Modern World15 Week FullNone
PHYS1030Survey of Physics with Lab15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PHYS2010Non-Calculus Physics I with Lab15 Week FullMATH 1720 Pre-Calculus - Trigonometry or MATH1730 Precalculus
PHYS2020Non-Calculus Physics II with Lab15 Week FullPHYS 2010
PHYS2110Calculus-Based Physics I with Lab15 Week FullPrerequisites and co-requisites: Calculus 1, Computer Literacy Course
PHYS2120Calculus-Based Physics II with Lab15 Week FullSuccessful completion of Calculus I and PHYS 2110 (Physics I) are prerequisites. Calculus II is a prerequisite/co-requisite. Competence with technology tools is also necessary.
POLS1010Intro to Political Science15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level.
POLS1030American Government15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level.
POLS2025State and Local Government15 Week FullNone
PRST5300Research Methods15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval.
PRST5600Statistical Analysis15 Week FullAdmission to the Master of Professional Studies program or departmental approval. PRST 5300/6300/7300 or an equivalent course is required.
PRST5910Employment and Human Resources Law15 Week FullAdmission to the Master of Professional Studies degree program or departmental approval. PRST 5040/6040/7040 – Human Resource Management
PRST5998Professional Project15 Week FullAdmission to the MPS Program or Departmental approval. Completion of PRST 5300/6300/7300. Completion of PRST 5770/6770/7770 or PRST 5600/6600/7600.
PSCI1010Principles of Physical Science with Lab15 Week Full Satisfactory ACT or placement test scores.
PSCI1020Principles of Earth/Space with Lab15 Week FullSatisfactory ACT or placement test scores
PSYC1030Introduction to Psychology15 Week FullAcceptable placement scores or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in Reading and Writing
PSYC2110Psychology of Adjustment15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PSYC2120Social Psychology15 Week FullReading and writing proficiency appropriate for college-level coursework.
PSYC2130Life Span Development Psychology15 Week FullStudents must possess reading and writing proficiency appropriate for a college-level course. It is preferable that students have had an introductory psychology course prior to taking this course.
PSYC215_Child Growth and Development15 Week FullCollege level Math and Reading.
PSYC3210Abnormal Psychology15 Week FullPSYC 1030
PSYC3305Learning and Memory15 Week FullSatisfactory completion of at least one course in introductory psychology is a prerequisite for enrollment in this course. This prerequisite is necessary to ensure that students have some familiarity with the language, basic concepts and general methodology.
PSYC3306Physiological Psychology15 Week FullNone
READ0810Reading Learning Support15 Week FullPrerequisite of ACT Reading score 13-18 or equivalent.
SOCI1010Introduction to Sociology15 Week FullStudents must be able to read and write at the college level. Students will be expected to write and express themselves in good grammatical, concise, and Standard English. Grades will be based on writing skills, presentation, thorough research effort, and timeliness.
SOCI1040Social Problems15 Week FullStudents must be able to read at the college level.
SOCI2010Marriage and Family15 Week FullAppropriate entrance scores or completion of Learning Support competencies.
SOCI4510Introduction to Social Research15 Week FullSOCI 1010, 1020, 217, or a social science
SOC_3200Sociology of Sex and Gender15 Week FullSOCI 1010 or SOC 1000 or consent of instructor.
SPAN1010Spanish I15 Week FullNone, but the student should be able to use a computer and browse the Internet.
SPAN1020Spanish II15 Week FullSpanish I and student should be able to use a computer and browse the Internet.
SPAN2010Intermediate Spanish I15 Week FullSPAN 1010 and SPAN 1020. Students should be able to use a computer and be familiar with the Internet.
SPAN2020Intermediate Spanish II15 Week FullSPAN 2010
SPAN3550Latin America: Countries & Peoples15 Week FullNone
SWRK2010Introduction to Social Work15 Week FullENGL 0810, Math competencies 1-5, READ 0810
UNIV4995Culminating Project15 Week FullSenior Status