Aug 24, 2019  
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Accounting

  
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    ACG 2013 - Financial Accounting

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to financial accounting concepts. Includes a study of the accounting cycle, internal control, the treatment of various balance sheet accounts, cash flow, and characteristics of corporations. Stresses the adjustments at the close of the fiscal period and the form, and preparation of financial statements.

    Prerequisite: BUS 1183 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ACG 2023 - Managerial Accounting

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to managerial accounting concepts. Includes financial statement analysis, the study of accounting’s role in management decision-making, cost concepts and behavior, job order and process cost accounting, cost-volume profit analysis, and capital investment analysis.

    Prerequisite: ACG 2013 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ACG 3113 - Intermediate Accounting I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Review of the accounting model and financial statement preparation. In-depth study and analysis on how management decisions impact financial statements.

    Prerequisite: ACG 2023 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall


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    ACG 3123 - Intermediate Accounting II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Continuation of ACG 3113 . In depth study of present and future value concepts, current and long-term liabilities. Accounting changes, leases, principles of revenue recognition and accounting for investments.

    Prerequisite: ACG 3113 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Spring


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    ACG 3153 - Intermediate Accounting III

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A continuation of ACG 3123 . In depth study and analysis of financial accounting theory relating to investments, revenue recognition, pensions, deferred taxes leases, and statement of cash flows.

    Prerequisite: ACG 3123 , MAT 1853 


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    ACG 3163 - Accounting Information Systems

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An in depth study of business and the processing of accounting data from business processes. Risks within business processes, the corresponding internal controls, ethical issues, and the role of information technology in improving business and accounting processes are examined.

    Prerequisite: ACG 2023 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall


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    ACG 3713 - Federal Taxation 1

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of the taxation of individuals, corporations, estates, and trusts with an emphasis on planning opportunities under alternative techniques.

    Prerequisite: ACG 2023 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall


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    ACG 3723 - Federal Taxation 2

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the taxation of partnerships and their partners; corporations and their shareholders; estate and trusts and their beneficiaries; and special problems in tax procedures.

    Prerequisite: ACG 3713 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Spring


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    ACG 4133 - Auditing

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Professional and technical aspects of the function of auditing ethics and legal responsibilities; review of field work emphasizing the auditing process and auditing examinations, integration of auditing theory & concepts with auditing methodology & practice, and special reports, opinions, and recent auditing developments.

    Prerequisite: ACG 3113 , ACG 3163 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Spring


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    ACG 4143 - Cost Accounting

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of job order, process, and standard cost methods and procedures with special emphasis upon cost control and planning.

    Prerequisite: ACG 2023 , MAT 1853 
    Availability: Fall


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    ACG 4523 - Taxation with the IRS

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Students are placed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for approximately 50-60 hours per semester. Students are under the supervision of an IRS agent and a faculty member. Performance evaluations are required, as well as a formal report of the experiential and theoretical knowledge gained in the field experience. This may serve as a substitute for BUSV 4713 Internship in Business.

    Prerequisite: MAT 1853 , Junior or Senior Standing
    Availability: Spring


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Art

Special Note: Although the Art Fee is charged for course materials and/or laboratory supplies, in many courses students will be required to purchase additional personal supplies.

  
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    ART 1013 - Foundations of Art & Design for Majors

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the foundations of art, drawing and painting, including color theory, elements of composition and design, perspective, basic math for art, and hand lettering.

    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 1022 - Critical Thinking for Art Majors

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the process of creativity in creating art, from original concept to the evolution of an idea, including the ability to brainstorm, to work as an individual and as a team player, or be creative in the development of any artistic endeavor, through lecture and practical assignments designed to encourage understanding of both theory and practice.

    Availability: Spring


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    ART 1112 - Art Appreciation

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Interpretation of the visual arts for development of effective criteria for judgment and enjoyment of art in general.

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    ART 1123 - Drawing I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Freehand drawing with emphasis on nature, still lifes, and the human form.

    Corequisite: ART 1013 .
    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 1153 - Introduction to Art

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Meets the student’s personal needs and interests while developing basic art concepts and skills utilizing various media and forms of expression.

    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 2123 - Drawing II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Drawing experiences directed toward the development of personal style and expression.

    Prerequisite: ART 1123 
    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 2213 - Painting I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Technical and creative problems in various paint media with emphasis on visual organization.

    Prerequisite: ART 1013  or Professor’s Approval.
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 2513 - Digital Graphics I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the use of the basic software of Graphic Design, including InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Photoshop.

    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 2523 - Graphic Design I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Learning the creative fundamentals of effective visual communication.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513  or permission of instructor.
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 2813 - Art History I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Survey of the development of architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts from prehistoric times to 1400 AD.

    Availability: Fall


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    ART 2823 - Art History II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Survey of the development of architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts from 1400 A.D. to the present.

    Availability: Spring


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    ART 3003 - Watercolor

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Technical and creative experiences with watercolors with emphasis on visual organization.

    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3123 - Ceramics

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the production of ceramic forms by hand and with the potter’s wheel. May not be audited; must be taken for credit.

    Availability: Fall/Spring
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    ART 3143 - Crafts

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Hands-on experiences involving materials, techniques, and expressive qualities of major crafts, including, but not limited to, weaving, stitchery, appliqué, tie-dye, batik, printmaking, and ceramics. May not be audited; must be taken for credit.

    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3153 - Sculpture

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Emphasis on modeling in clay and exploring the potential of plaster, wood, and other materials relevant to sculpture . May not be audited; must be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite: ART 1013  or ART 1123 .
    Availability: Even Falls
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    ART 3213 - Painting II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Painting experiences directed toward the development of personal style and expression.

    Prerequisite: ART 2213 
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3253 - Stained Glass I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the creative possibilities of foil stained glass making, with the emphasis on practical application resulting in finished examples of the craft.

    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3513 - Digital Graphics II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Advanced use of InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Photoshop, gaining skills necessary to Graphic Design.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 
    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 3523 - Graphic Design II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Advanced instruction in effective visual communication with an emphasis on creating portfolio quality work.

    Prerequisite: ART 2523  and ART 3513  or permission of instructor.
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3543 - Multimedia I

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to multimedia and the use of interactive software and CD-Rom creation, in programs such as Flash and After Effects.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513  or permission of instructor.
    Availability: Fall
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    ART 3573 - Digital Photography

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the use of the digital camera and its manipulation in Photoshop.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513  or permission of instructor.
    Availability: Spring
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    ART 3583 - Website Design

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the basics of website design, including the use of necessary software (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, and others), with the emphasis on graphic look and design of headers, icons, buttons, and layout.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 3593 - Publication Design

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the principals and practice of publication production and design as applied to newspapers, magazines, and newsletters.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513  or JEM 2703 
    Availability: Odd Falls
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    ART 3601 - Worldview Issues in the Arts

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    An examination of issues in the arts wherein a Christian worldview conflicts with the predominant worldviews of society.

    Availability: Spring


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    ART 3613 - Christianity and the Arts

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Study of historical, theological, and contemporary issues in relationship between Christianity and the fine arts, as well as a survey of artistic expressions of Christian concepts.

    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ART 3713 - Digital Illustration

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of digital illustration/montage design and its integration into a design context, such as a poster design. Problem solving to meet the design objective, text and image integration, and various creative advertising techniques using Photoshop as an aesthetic tool.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 
    Availability: Even Falls
    Art Fee


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    ARTV 4101 - Selected Topics in Art

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Availability: On Demand


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    ARTV 4102 - Selected Topics in Art

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Availability: On Demand


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    ARTV 4103 - Selected Topics in Art

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Intensive study of a selected topic, which provides students an opportunity to study in areas other than those elsewhere defined.

    Availability: On Demand


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    ART 4133 - Aesthetics and Criticism in the History and Philosophy of Art Education

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Survey of the evolution of art education, with an emphasis on aesthetics and art criticism, and a study of problems related to art education on the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. Art education majors only.

    Availability: On Demand


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    ART 4143 - Advanced Ceramics

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Provides opportunity to specialize in wheel-throwing or other methods of ceramic production using either earthenware or stoneware clay and glazes. Emphasis on production of larger and more complex forms. May not be audited; must be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite: ART 3123 
    Availability: Fall/Spring
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    ART 4243 - Advanced Crafts

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Hands-on experiences involving materials, techniques, and expressive qualities of one or more major crafts, include, but not limited to, weaving, stitchery, appliqué, tie-dye, batik, printmaking, and ceramics. Directs student toward development of personal style and expression. May not be audited; must be taken for credit.

    Prerequisite: ART 3143 
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 4253 - Stained Glass II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to the creative possibilities of leaded stained glass making, with the emphasis on practical application resulting in finished examples of the craft. Students are required to use original designs rather than relying on patterns designed by others.

    Prerequisite: ART 3253 
    Availability: Spring
    Art Fee


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    ART 4512 - History of Graphic Design

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    A survey of the history of Graphic Design, including the stylistic influences, the cultural influences, and the cultural outcomes of design campaigns, according to historical period and timeline.

    Availability: Fall


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    ART 4523 - Typography

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Introduction to typography, including letterforms, nomenclature, type classifications and the creation of graphic design solely with type.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 
    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 4533 - Corporate Identity

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    The examination of the history and types of logos and the importance of corporate identity systems and branding. The design of several kinds of logos as well as a stationery package design along with other promotional items; the establishment of a standards manual for consistency in logo treatment.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 
    Availability: Odd Falls
    Art Fee


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    ART 4543 - Multimedia II

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Advanced instruction in multimedia and the use of interactive software and CD-Rom creation.

    Prerequisite: ART 3543 
    Availability: Fall
    Art Fee


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    ART 4653 - Label and Package Design

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Branding as it relates to label and package design. Students will invent various products and create label and package designs based on the unique selling points of their fictional products.

    Prerequisite: ART 2513 , ART 2523 , ART 4523 
    Availability: Odd Springs
    Art Fee


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    ART 4713 - Internship in Art

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An academically planned and supervised internship experience in the student’s field of interest.

    Prerequisite: Art major or minor, junior or senior, minimum 3.0 in all courses, interview, and permission of Art Department.
    Availability: On Demand


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    ARTV 4811 - Independent Project in Art

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required.
    Additional Course Fee: $250 per credit hour.


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    ARTV 4812 - Independent Project in Art

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required.
    Additional Course Fee: $250 per credit hour.


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    ARTV 4813 - Independent Project in Art

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation.

    Prerequisite: Approval by the dean of the school is required.
    Additional Course Fee: $250 per credit hour.


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    ART 4823 - Advanced Digital Graphics and Design

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Advanced individualized study with the goal of portfolio and/or resume building in one of the following areas: Graphic Design, Digital Illustration, Multimedia, 2D or 3D Animation, depending on which area of prerequisites the student has completed. Note: Capstone portfolio development class. Should only be taken during the student's senior year, preferably the last semester. Graphic Design majors only.

    Prerequisite: One of the following: ART 3513 , ART 3523 , or ART 4543 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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Athletic Training

  
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    ATR 1001 - Principles of Athletic Training

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    One-credit course required for admission into the Athletic Training Education Program. A combined lecture/100 hour observation experience designed to expose the student to the profession of athletic training.

    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 1003 - CPR and First Aid

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A course studying standard and accepted principles of first aid and CPR. This course is required for admission into the Athletic Training Education Program. Successful completion results in certification in CPR, first aid, and bloodborne pathogens.

    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Fee required


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    ATR 2013 - Introduction to Athletic Training

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An introduction to the care and prevention of athletic injuries, including treatment, taping skills, rehabilitation, and emergency care.

    Availability: Fall/Spring
    Fee required


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    ATR 2022 - General Medical Conditions & Medical Terminology

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    This course will cover medical terminology and documentation methods commonly utilized in sports medicine, as well as general medical conditions such as dermatological conditions, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and common illnesses.

    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 3011 - Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    This one-credit hour laboratory course is a hands-on, practical experience in the use of therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment for the treatment of injuries. It is a laboratory course designed to complement ATR 3013 .

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 
    Corequisite: ATR 3013 
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 3013 - Therapeutic Modalities

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Practical use of therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment used in the clinical treatment of athletic injuries. Includes the study of the physiological effects, indications and contraindications of each form of treatment.

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 
    Corequisite: ATR 3011 
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 3101 - Upper Extremity Assessment Laboratory

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    This one-credit laboratory course is a hands-on, practical experience in evaluating injuries and illnesses of the upper body. It is a laboratory course designed to complement ATR 3103.

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 , BIO 2283 / BIO 2281 
    Corequisite: ATR 3103 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 3103 - Orthopedic Assessment of the Upper Extremities

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A classroom and practical study in clinical evaluation of upper body injuries and illnesses commonly sustained by athletes. Emphasis on proper evaluation for the purposes of (1) accurate diagnosis, (2) administering proper first aid and emergency care, and (3) making appropriate referrals to physicians.

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 , BIO 2283 / BIO 2281 
    Corequisite: ATR 3101 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 3111 - Lower Extremity Assessment Laboratory

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    This one-credit laboratory course is a hands-on, practical experience in evaluating injuries and illnesses of the lower body. It is a laboratory course designed to complement ATR 3113.

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 , BIO 2283 / BIO 2281 
    Corequisite: ATR 3113 
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 3113 - Orthopedic Assessment of the Lower Extremities

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A classroom study in clinical evaluation of lower body injuries and illnesses commonly sustained by athletes. Emphasis on proper evaluation for the purposes of (1) accurate diagnosis, (2) administering proper first aid and emergency care, and (3) making appropriate referrals to physicians. Material regarding the analysis of gait and posture, and pre-participation examinations is also covered in this course.

    Prerequisite: ATR 2013 , BIO 2283 / BIO 2281 
    Corequisite: ATR 3111 
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 3202 - Clinical Education in Athletic Training I

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Each of the four Clinical Education in Athletic Training courses focuses on reviewing specific Clinical Integration Proficiencies (CIPs).The content areas reviewed in this course are: Prevention & Health Promotion as well as Clinical Assessment & Diagnosis/Acute Care/Therapeutic Intervention. Students will be evaluated for mastery of the CIPs related to these areas. Only students that are accepted into the professional phase of the ATEP can register for Clinical Education courses following successful completion of the course(s) in which the material was originally taught, practiced, and evaluated.

    Prerequisite: ATR 1001 , ATR 1003 , and ATR 2013 .
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 3212 - Clinical Education in Athletic Training II

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Each of the four Clinical Education in Athletic Training courses focuses on reviewing specific Clinical Integration Proficiencies (CIPs). The content areas reviewed in this course are: Prevention & Health Promotion as well as Clinical Assessment & Diagnosis/Acute Care/Therapeutic Intervention. Students will be evaluated for mastery of the CIPs related to these areas. Only students that are accepted into the professional phase of the ATEP can register for Clinical Education courses following successful completion of the course(s) in which the material was originally taught, practiced, and evaluated.

    Prerequisite: ATR 1001 , ATR 1003 , ATR 2013 , and ATR 2022 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4021 - Field Experience in Athletic Training II

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills previously learned in the classroom and to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of various aspects of the profession. This course consists of two seven-week rotations under the direct supervision of an Athletic Trainer preceptor for a lower extremity, upper extremity, or equipment-intensive experience. Students may also participate in an orthopedic surgery observation experience.

    Prerequisite: Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4031 - Field Experience in Athletic Training III

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills previously learned in the classroom to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of different aspects of the profession. This course consists of assignment under the direct supervision of an Athletic Trainer preceptor, with additional responsibility for a lower extremity &/or upper extremity-intensive experience.

    Prerequisite: Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 4041 - Field Experience in Athletic Training IV

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills previously learned in the classroom to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of different aspects of the profession. This course consists of assignment under the direct supervision of an Athletic Trainer preceptor, with additional responsibility for a lower extremity &/or upper extremity-intensive experience.

    Prerequisite: Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4051 - Field Experience in Athletic Training V

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with on-the-job professional training to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of different aspects of the profession. This course consists of placement at a high school or university under the direct supervision of an Athletic Trainer preceptor to work with their football team(s).

    Prerequisite: Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 4061 - Field Experience in Athletic Training VI

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with on-the-job professional training to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of different aspects of the profession. This course consists of placement in a rehabilitation-intensive setting under the direct supervision of preceptor. Students will also participate in a general medical experience.

    Prerequisite: ATR 4323 /ATR 4321 ; Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4101 - Field Experience in Athletic Training I

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Designed as a supervised clinical experience to provide the student with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills previously learned in the classroom and to learn how to handle the daily concerns and responsibilities of various aspects of the profession. This course consists of two seven-week rotations under the direct supervision of an Athletic Trainer preceptor for a lower extremity, upper extremity, or equipment-intensive experience. Students may also participate in an orthopedic surgery observation experience.

    Prerequisite: Admission into the ATEP; Permission of the instructor
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 4193 - Healthcare Administration & Leadership

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Develop leadership skills within athletic training to form and maintain effective relationships within medical and allied health professions. Planning, organizing, and managing the use of athletic training facilities including budgeting and operating costs. Evaluation of the duties and problems of administering an athletic training program or practice, including professional responsibilities.

    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ATR 4202 - Clinical Education in Athletic Training III

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Each of the four Clinical Education in Athletic Training courses focuses on reviewing specific Clinical Integration Proficiencies (CIPs). The content areas reviewed in this course are: Psychosocial Strategies and Referral as well as Healthcare Administration. Students will be evaluated for mastery of the CIPs related to these areas. Only students that are accepted into the professional phase of the ATEP can register for Clinical Education courses following successful completion of the course(s) in which the material was originally taught, practiced, and evaluated.

    Prerequisite: ATR 4193 , PSY 4113 
    Availability: Fall


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    ATR 4212 - Clinical Education in Athletic Training IV

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Each of the four Clinical Education in Athletic Training courses focus on reviewing specific Clinical Integration Proficiencies (CIPs). The content areas reviewed in this course are: Prevention & Health Promotion, Clinical Assessment & Diagnosis/Acute Care/Therapeutic Intervention, and Psychosocial Strategies and Referral. Students will be evaluated for mastery of the CIPs related to these areas. Only students that are accepted into the professional phase of the ATEP can register for Clinical Education courses following successful completion of the course(s) in which the material was originally taught, practiced, and evaluated.

    Prerequisite: ATR 1001 , ATR 3011 /ATR 3013 , ATR 3101 /ATR 3103 , ATR 3111 /ATR 3113 , ATR 4321 /ATR 4323 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4303 - Pharmacology in Sports Medicine

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Emphasis on legal and illegal drug use in athletics. Topics will include (1) indications, contraindications, and effects of commonly used non-prescription and prescription medications, (2) ergogenic aids and the use of illegal substances in athletes, (3) neurophysiology and pharmacokinetics

    Prerequisite: BIO 2283 , BIO 2293 
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    ATR 4313 - Seminar in Athletic Training

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An overall review of the content areas of athletic training and contemporary issues in sports medicine. Topics include casting and bracing techniques, rehabilitation techniques, orthopedics, and general medicine in relation to the field of sports medicine. Guest lectures and discussions including directed readings, clinical progression, and NATA Education Competencies.

    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor required
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4321 - Therapeutic Rehabilitation Laboratory

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    This one-credit laboratory course is a hands-on, practical experience for learning strengthening and proprioceptive exercises, muscle re-education, flexibility techniques, and functional assessment for the rehabilitation of injuries common to athletes.

    Prerequisite: ATR 3101 /ATR 3103 , ATR 3111 /ATR 3113 , PHE 3233 
    Corequisite: ATR 4323 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4323 - Therapeutic Rehabilitation

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Essentials of a rehabilitation program, physical examination, principles of therapeutic exercise, muscle re-education, techniques of rehabilitation, and special therapeutic techniques.

    Prerequisite: ATR 3103 /ATR 3101 , ATR 3113 /ATR 3111 , PHE 3233 
    Corequisite: ATR 4321 
    Availability: Spring


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    ATR 4343 - Research Methods in Athletic Training

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A foundational research course to help equip the student in methods within athletic training and health science, including the research process, review of the literature, research design, software, writing, and presenting.

    Availability: Even Falls


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Biblical and Theological Studies

*See Christian Social Ministry (CSM), Cross-Cultural Studies (CCS), Ministry Leadership Studies (MLS), and Student Ministries (STM) for other School of Ministry course offerings.

  
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    BIB 1003 - Exploring the Bible

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course is designed to acquaint the student with the biblical metanarrative and to enhance the student’s appreciation of this story as both formative and normative for life. Focus will dwell on God’s interaction with humanity and his desire for a relationship with his creation. Attention will be given to the theological content and intent of the story and to its present-day significance.

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 2003 - Foundations for Christian Ministry

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course examines the biblical and theological foundations for ministry, giving particular attention to the issues of calling, gifting, and character in the life of a minister. Additionally, students are introduced to the various fields of study within the School of Ministry and the skills necessary for success on the part of students majoring in the school.

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 2053 - Evangelism & Apologetics

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the biblical and theological basis for evangelism and apologetics in contemporary ministry. The course includes an examination of the content of the gospel, the imperative of the Great Commission, the value of evidential and propositional apologetics, and strategies for evangelism and apologetics for individual Christians and churches.

    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 3003 - Interpreting the Bible

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course is designed to teach students to recognize and develop valid interpretations and applications from the various sections of the Bible. The course will emphasize the methods and practice of scriptural interpretation.

    Prerequisite: BIB 1003 
    Corequisite: ENG 1123 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 3043 - Old Testament Prophecy and Prophets

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the prophets of ancient Israel and the prophetic books of the Old Testament. Particular attention is given to the historical, literary, sociological, and theological issues encountered when studying Old Testament Prophets.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3073  and BIB 3003 , or Approval of Instructor
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    BIB 3073 - Exploring the Old Testament

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the content, background, genre, and canonicity of the Old Testament and its relationship to the entire biblical narrative. The focus is to acquaint the student with the central theme and personal application of each book. Note: It is highly encouraged that students take BIB 3003  before or concurrent with this course.

    Corequisite: BIB 1003 - Exploring the Bible 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 3083 - Exploring the New Testament

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the content, background, genre, and canonicity of the New Testament and its relationship to the entire biblical narrative. The focus is to acquaint the student with the central theme and personal application of each book. Note: It is highly encouraged that students take BIB 3003  before or concurrent with this course.

    Corequisite: BIB 1003 - Exploring the Bible 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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    BIB 3103 - Exegeting the Bible

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course is a continuation and expansion of BIB 3003. It will focus on different hermeneutical approaches to Scripture from the pre-modern era to our post-modern context, aiming to enable the student to move from any biblical text to an informed teaching outline.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3003 
    Availability: Spring


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    BIB 3143 - Philosophy of Religion

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A philosophical inquiry from a Christian worldview into such subjects as the nature of beliefs, arguments for and against the existence of God, the problem of the supernatural, the problem of evil, and the meaning of religious language.

    Prerequisite: BIB 2053  or approval of Instructor
    Availability: On Demand


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    BIB 3153 - Poetry & Wisdom Literature of the Old Testament

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A literary, exegetical, and historical-critical study of the poetry/wisdom literature of the Old Testament.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3073  and BIB 3003 , or Approval of Instructor
    Availability: Even Springs


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    BIB 3173 - History of Christianity

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An introduction to the history of Christianity covering the major people, movements, institutions, and events of the Church from its founding by Jesus Christ to the present. This course examines the unique ways Christianity has shaped and been shaped by its environment, the rich diversity of its expressions through the ages, and the significant purpose it fulfills in society and the world.

    Availability: Fall


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    BIB 3523 - The Intertestamental Period

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A survey of the historical, cultural, and religious perspectives that marked the culmination of Old Testament thought, and background for the development of early Christianity.

    Availability: On Demand


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    BIB 3533 - New Religious Movements

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the historical development and doctrinal distinctives of selected religious expressions that are seen as deviations from traditional religions, both Christian and non-Christian.

    Availability: On Demand


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    BIB 3703 - Pentateuch

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the first five books of the Old Testament, giving attention to historical, literary, and theological issues.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3073  and BIB 3003 , or Approval of Instructor
    Availability: Odd Springs


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    BIB 3723 - Worship

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the biblical, historical, theological, denominational, and contemporary issues related to worship within Christianity.

    Availability: Odd Springs


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    BIB 3953 - Communicating the Bible

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of the process of preparing to orally communicate a biblical text and its life-changing applications in a variety of settings.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3003 
    Availability: On Demand


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    BIB 4003 - Old Testament Topics

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An exegetical or theological study of the Old Testament, a particular Old Testament writing, author, literary tradition, or theme. This course may be repeated if content of course is different.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3073  and BIB 3003 , or Approval of Instructor
    Availability: On Demand


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    BIB 4033 - Systematic Theology

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A survey of the major Christian doctrines. Students will be exposed to the biblical and contemporary issues concerning the Bible, God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, mankind, the church, end times, and others.

    Prerequisite: BIB 3003 
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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