This information is for illustrative purposes. For precise course information, please consult the official catalog.

English (ENG) Class description

100 Composition I

Prereq: ENG 22 or 55 with grade C or better, or placement at ENG 100, or consent.
Discovers and applies the concepts of purpose, audience, and tone in writing. Emphasizes evaluating written texts and writing various types of essays, including writing from sources. Focuses on critical
thinking.
3cr., 3hr. lect./lab

Math (MATH) Class description

107 Math for Electronics & Computers

Prereq: MATH 25 with grade C or better or placement at least MATH 82, and ENG 22 with grade C or better or placement at ENG 100; or consent.
Surveys technical mathematics, with emphasis on applications to electronics, computers, and networking. Includes numbering systems for computers, Boolean algebra and logic gates for digital circuits, trigonometry for AC circuits, exponential and logarithmic functions for AC circuits, and rectangular and
polar forms of complex numbers for LRC circuits.
4cr., 4hr. lect.

Physics (PHYS) Class description

105 Principles of Technology

Prereq: MATH 25 or 82 either with grade C or better, or placement at least MATH 103 or 107, or consent.
Presents fundamental theories and problem solving methods in physics as they relate to technology and its applications. Introduces experimental methods in physics and applications of modern technology to experimental science.
(Letter grade only.) 4cr., 3hr. lect./3hr. lab

Communication elective (BUS/COM, COM) Class description

Business/Communication – BUS/COM 130 Business Communication – Oral

Prereq: ENG 22 or 55 with grade C or better, or placement at ENG 100, or consent.
Develops competence in oral communication within business and organizational context. Provides the theory and practical skills to be a confident and effective communicator in a variety of business and organizational settings.
Crosslisted as COM 130. 3 cr., 3 hr. lect.

Communication – COM 145 Interpersonal Communication I

Provides the theory and practical skills to be a competent communicator in a one-to-one setting.
3 cr., 3 hr. lect.

Social Science Elective (PSY/SOC 100) Class description

Psychology 100 Survey of Psychology

Prereq: ENG 22 with grade C or better, or placement at ENG 100, or consent.
Surveys the major areas in the field of psychology. Analyzes the five major perspectives in the field and how these perspectives apply to human behavior. Studies memory, learning, personality, therapy, and abnormal behavior.
3 cr., 3 hr. lect. (CO, CG)

Sociology 100 Survey of General Sociology

Introduces study of basic social relationships. Treats socialization, concept of culture, social stratification, prejudice, cultural change, and trends in modern society.
3 cr., 3 hr. lect. (CO, CG)